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EVENING' BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1008.
IWM v ItMCU
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Honolulu Chapter Mark Mat
Pacific Lodge First Degree.
All vUltlng member of the
urdsr are cordially Invited to
ttend mi ttlnge of local lodge
2UKNONY LODGE, Bo. 3, L 0. 0. F.
MeetK every Monday evening at
7.S In t.'o O. r. Hall, Fort BUeet
E. II. HENDRY, Beoretary.
BEN. F. VICTORS, N. U.
All vieitlng brother very oordtallj
MYSTIC LODGE, NO, 2, K. 07 F.
Meets very 2d and 4th Tuesday
t Mch month at 7:30 p. m, at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Beretanla Sto.
Vlaltlng Brothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE. C. O.
F. WALDRON, K. of R. B.
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. o7p7
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
eortxr Fort and Deretanla. Vlaltla
brothers cordially Invited to attanil.
A. O. DEBRINO, CO.,
JAB. W. WHITE, K.R.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 816, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 618, B. P. IX
.. will meet In their hall on Klag
tear Fort street every Friday even
ng. Rv nrrtor or the U R.
HENRY C. EA3TON,
WM. H. McINERNY, B. R.
Vm. M'KTNLBY L0DOE H0.8. X.of I.
Meats every Baturday avenlnf at
.30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
'tort and Beretanla. Visiting broth
n oordlally Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE. C.C..
B. A. JACODSON, K.R.B.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, 7, 0, E.
Meets on the and imt 4tn WEU
iBSDAY evenings ot each month at
:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Mtretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles art Invited U at
md W. L. FRAZEB, W., PresL.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, L 0. B. K.
Meeu afery flrst and third Thurs--ajr
of each month at Knights nl
'ytblan Hall. Visiting brother cor-
lull Invited o attend.
J. W. ASCH, Saohsm.
A. E. MURPHY, O. of R.
Hats, Caps and Straw
Th Beat Whiskey on the Market.
TI08. 1. MoTIOHE & CO., AGENTS.
10M0S KING ST.
FH0NE 140. P. 0. BOS 7S5.
The Beat In Town.
TEL. 027. KING ST.
LQVEJOY & CO.
wholesale dealers and im
porters of wines and
tel. 308. 902 nuuanu.
4009 Oreen Roofing Slate 10"xll.
600 On and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 28-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castiron Fitting with Flanges,
for W Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
149 Stag 3treet Phone 211.
i ifcs5(W. - 4-4fV
I The Acme of per- m
I feet ion in the l
I Ready -to-lay J
I different weights I
I made for all classes I
ot buildings, write
I for our Class "A" I
1 Booklet showing 1
I Malthoid used on 1
I fine buildings. 1
Von ilamm-Young Co.,
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRU6 CO.,
FOR. FORT AND ETNQ STS.
THE BEER THAT MOST
RESEMBLES THE BREW OF
THE EASTERN STATES IS
IT IS TO BE HAD AT ALL
Japanese Curio, Silk Kimono,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Yee Chan & Co.,
PHONE 627. King & Bethel Sts.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR,
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The day on which you begin to
earn a vacation on the Bulletin
Plan will be your Good-Fortune Day,
Anto'at hack fare. TeL 381.
Panama hats deemed at the Globe.
Coat has been lost. See ad, this Is
sue. A first class Japanese cook can be
employed by reading wants.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111, J. A. Mo
Leod, for the pleaBantest auto ride.
Madame Lflmbert moved around the
corner on Beretanla street In Harri
Thero will bo a meeting of the
Doard of Health tomorrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
Excelsior Lodgo No. 1, I. O. O. F.,
will meet In Odd Fellows hall at 7:30
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian! Carriage Manfy. Co., for
Tho W. C. T. U. will meet this after
noon at 2:30 In Central Union church.
A lnrgo attendance Is requested.
Floral pieces and bouquets specially
prepared by Mrs. E. M. Taylor, florist,
Young building. Hnndsomo flowers
Scene Painter Marshal and Advnnco
Man Tom Dates aro at work making
tho Orphcum beautiful for the coming
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic
You will be surprised at Its coollne
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agent.
The match race between Leah) Olrl
and Maknala which was to have been
held this afternoon nt 3:30, will be
bold Instead at 5 o clock.
Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,'
can attend to it for you. hone 143.
The Hanan Shoe, mado from tho
Cambridge last, Is, without exception.
the finest men s shoo In the world, wc
would llge to have you como In nnd
sec why. Mclnerny Shoo store.
There arc about twenty-flvo rucnv
hers of the Odd Fellows lodge on tho
battleships which arrived this mom'
lng, and these will bo entertained by
the members of tho local lodgo at
their rooms this evening.
Superintendent Babbitt spent yes
terday at Wahlawa, - Walpahu and
Ewa, Inspecting tho public schools at
thoso points and looking over tho new
school building In tho plncapplo cen
ter. immigration Inspector Brown haa
received blanks for tho now cortlf-
Icates for registering Hawaiian born
nnd native Chinese. Ho will start In
with tho work of registering them In
about Hi re o weeks.
It. Fukumoto, manager ot Saycgusa
storo on Nuuanu Btrcet. and Miss Ha
na Komlya wero married last night nt
tho Japnnese M. E. Church on River
street. Rev. Q. Mntokawa, assisted by
Ilev John w. W adman, performed tho
The case of Wong Kock and Mrs.
Pak Cheo. tho latter being tho Por
tuguese wife of the well known Chin
cso scrapper, eamo up before tho po
lice judge this morning on a chargo of
adultery. Tho defendant waived ex
amination and demanded a trial by
Jury. They wero consequently com
mitted to the Circuit Court.
In order to celobrnte Flag Day with
tho Aloha Chapter, D. A.-It., about
thirty ladles met on tho lawn of W.
W. Hall's residence yesterday. Mrs.
W, W. Hall read a paper on tho work
which Is planned by tho Chnptcr for
tho coming year. Miss Chnrlotto Hall
read a flno historic sketch on tho flag,
by Mrs. Henry Champion. Miss By
lngton read an extract ot Congress
man Hobson'B story ot tho flag, after
which light refreshments wero served.
Mrs. M. 0. Simocs, a Portuguese wo
man ,was this morning lined $1G0 and
costs for selling liquor without a lic
ense During tbo trial Informer Bor
ges testified that ho had been prom
ised by tho prosecution $30 If a con
viction wero obtained or $10 It no such
luck prevailed. While this Is probably
tho record prlco paid Infnrmors In
such cases. It Is understood that tho
liquor men of tho city aro paying 120
out ot tho $30 to protect their own In
(Continued from Paee 1)
Tho occasion' was not largely at
tended Tho family, of tho deceased
was represented by Misses Murlol and
Beatrlco Campbell and Mrs. Walter
Macfarlane. Among tho others pres
ent were F. W. Macfarlane, John F.
Colburn, Henry Roth, Dr. and Mrs.
Humphrls, Prof. Alexander, who was
the only government official present;
ErncBt Parkor, Miss Rosa Davison,
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Davison and nov
THE MAUNA..LOA, Slmerson, ar
rived this morning from Maul and
Hawaii, with passongors, and tho fol
lowing cargo: 6000 bags sugar, 233
bags coffoe, 18 bags taro, 5 bags awa,
2 caseu eggs, 7 cases water .lemons, 6
barrols water lemons, 12 barrels pears,
7 cases pears, 12 cases dried fish, 82
bunches bananas, 30 head cattlo, 3
calves, 1 cow, 2 horses, 2 donkoys, 2
goats, 2 dogs, 41 hogs, 10 crates chick
ens, 7 cratos pigs, 1 crato ducks, 1
canoe, 1(1 kegs butter, 31 bundles
hides, 236 packagea sundries.
A Moct Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 8 KING ST. PHONE 520.
OABLE) REPORT OF BAR
Tuesday, June 16.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Juno 15:
B. S. Enterprise, fur Htlo.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Juno 16:
S. S. Nippon Maru, for Honolulu.
PORT GAMBLE Sailed Juno 1C:
Bk. Albert, for Honolulu.
8YDNEY Arrived June 16:
S. 8. Aorangi, henco May 30.
FIJI Sailed May IB.
S. S. Marnma, for Honolulu.
HILO Arrived Juno 12:
Bchr. Spokane, from Fort Gamble
EQUALITY FOR HAWAn
(Continued from Pare 1)
will, rest In tho fact that sho will al
ways have, In addition to her Dclo
gate to Congress, tho Secretary of
Interior- for what may be called her
'personal representative." It Is n
permanent office, nnd all mntters that
Governor Krenr or the Chief Executive
ot tho Territory request bo nttendod
to, will bo handled through tho De
partment of tho Interior as well .as
by tho Delegate When the Governor
of Hawaii makes a request, tho Sec
retary of tho Interior will always bo
there to attend to It."
"Regarding tho military reservation
hero, that Is ono of the matters to
which I will glvo tho closest atten
tion. I shall go over tho proposition
thoroughly with the local authorities,
and will mnko n personal inspection
and study of- tho conditions surround
ing tho making of such a reserve for
military purposes. Whatever tho
Governor recommends hereafter, I
will have personal knowledge on the
"I shall look especially Into agricul
tural, land, forestry, nnd Irrigation
matters during my stay hero. With
rcgardB to thcappllcnllon of tbo Irri
gation Act horo, that Is n question
that has arisen before, nnd doubtless
will In tho future, unless It Is set
tled soon. Tho discussion and quo
tlon arises as to whether tho Terri
tory of Hawaii can bo considered la
tho same light as tho Territories on
tho mainland, whether tho money
appropriated for Irrigation purposes
may bo used on this Territory the
samo as It is on the mainland. Opln
Ions havo been rendered beforo on the
samo subject, for l'orto Hlco Is buck
ing up against the samo proposition,
but I hopo to have this Territory
placed on tho same basis as nro thu
mainland Territories, ami I nm work
ing stienuously on tho matter."
Secretary Garfield was asked tho
old, old question: "What are your
flrst Impressions of Hawaii?" at which
"CharmlngUncllghtful!" ho Bald.
"But of course, I liavo not had a fair
lhanco to see and Jndgo tbo country
yet. I'll know beforo I leave. x
"Tho St. Louis, which may bo ac
companied by tho Milwaukee, will
probably r.rrlvo hero about tho twenty-eighth
of this mouth, and I will re
turn on tho former. I am not certain
that the Mlhvaukco' Is coming, having
received no definite Irfcrmution on
tho subject, but merely Mirmlso so on
account of tho fact that the two ves
sels wero together when 1 left.
"Toft will bo nominated for tho
Presidency on tho first ballot," said
tho Secretary, positively. "As to tho
man for tho vice-presidency I do not
feel qualified to express an opinion."
Immediately after leaving tho bat
tleship .Maine, Sccrctury Garfield was
met by Governor Krcar and escorted
to tho Naval Stallcn, T.licro ho was
presented to lluj Commandant, Cap
tain Rccs, A short rtuy was made
hero, then thn paily vm, driven In
automobiles fi the Kxvtutlvo building,
where a number of repiescntatlve
business men wero valtfug. Tho fol
lowing wero present nnd were present
ed to Mr. Garfield: JuUr,o Dole, Sher
iff Iaukea, Marston Campbell, Ju3tlco
Hartwell, Judge Robliibon, Justice
Wilder, High Sherlfl Henry, Trcasui
er Campbell, J. I). Tucker. Col. Jpues,
Dr. Cofer, Surveyor Wail, Attorney
General Hcmonway. CIibf. Hustace,
U. S. Attornoy Breckoi:. Mr. Babbitt,
Auditor Fisher, JudE" Llndcay, Judgo
Mahaulu an dJustlco Ballon.
Secretary GnrlleM rcnuluod In con
ference with Governor Frtar after tho
others had gono. At 1 o'clocV ho was
taken to lunch at tho Toung Hotol by
tho Governor. Tho following wero
present, at the invitation ol tho Gov
ernor: Jan. R, Garfield, Governor
Frear, Jas. F. Morgan. O. W. Smith,
F. L. Wnldron, E. D. Tenney and W.
In tho meantime Secretary of tho
Torrltory E. A. MottSmlth has boon
busily arrauglng, wlthMho assistance
of Dr. L. K. Cofer, for the entertain
ment ot tho surgeons nnd captains of
tho ships. It has been decided thnt
tho surgeonB will be taken 'to Molokal
during tho stay of their ships hero,
but when It has not yot boon settled.
Tho two cnptnlns ot tho battleships
and tho Secretary of tho Interior will
bo tbo guests of Geo. R. Carter at
dinner nt tho Young hotel tonight.
MAINE AND ALABAMA
(Continued from Pace 1)
message two nights ngo, which rend
llko an attempt to get Into communi
cation with Bomo steamer. Thoy
could not make out the Mongolia, but
recognized tho Manchuria, with
which they steamod for some hours,
Thero nro about 700 mon on carh
ship, all told. Thoy aro tlod up at
the Alakea street wharf, to tnko
coal. Tho Matno will tnko on nbout
1,200 tons, and tho Alabama about a
thousand. This Is to last them to
Alexander to Guam
At Guam, thoy expect to bo Joined
by the collier Alexander, the sailing
ot which put tho naval people here
" ?r k .'.'.
You Can't Afford:
to wear any but the very best glasses,
Our glasses give you ease, comfort,
and pleasure, t'
A. N. STANFORD,
' BOSTON BUILDING
nt some doubt, as they did not know
If former plans would holdgood, and
tho ships bo tied upjatJiiho wharf
here for coal, or If thiry--Intended to
coal her from the collier.
People on tho ships had lict-n woi-
rylng nt sen, for fear' that the Alex
nndcr bad not snlled, and wero re
lieved to hear this nvirnlng thnt she
had been repqrted by thu Marino Ex
change as liHVlng sailed some da) a
ago for Guam.
The first news of tho outside world
was sent up to them by Collector of
the Port Stncknble, who went out to
meet tho ships In the Water Witch,
nnd sent up papers for the officers.
rrhe stay of tho ships hero will bo
six days.' It Is probable that they
will got nwny by tho 23rd.
Ono part of tho men was given
shore leave ns soon as tho ships tied
up. They will ho off until midnight,
when the tlmo of lenvo for another
batch will bo set.
un uoaru como n numucr or good
fighters nnd wrestlers, nnd ono of the
flrst questions nsked was whether
any matches could bo mado here. 11
thing which looks good for the local
fight promoters, who havo hnd match
es all planned. Lloutcnnnt Leahy is
the man to whom tho promoters must
tnlk. He says that ho baa two good
mlddlcwclghts on hoard, nnd thnt Ml
tho fighters wanted can ho furnish
Among the officers' nro n number
who have been In Honolulu before.
Among theso arc Captain It. M.
Cutts, commander of tho marine de
tachment of tho Maine; Ensign Hoo-
coc I-'. Dllten of tho Maine, Surgeon
Mlddlcton S. Elliott of tbo samo ves-
fMltrtAfin. III., .flinn 1Ti Prnnnrntlnnn for tlin llmtiihltpiin Vatlnnnl
Convention have been matured. After tho organization there will bo a re
cess of two days, during which committees will meet. Tho nomination
for President will probably take pluco on Thursday. Tnft la In full con
trol of tho committees. - '.,'.
Tho names ot Senator Dolllvcr of Iowa, Vice President Fairbanks,
and James S. Sherman of New York aro being discussed for second
Five planks for tho platform havo beon formulated thoso upon
trusts, nnti-Injunctlou, railway rates, tariff revision, und currency.
Hopkins of Illinois will bo Chairman of tho Commltteo on Resolu
tions. Hawaii's member, Dowsctt, represents Robertson on tho National
Speaker Cannon Is lending tho light on tho nntl-injunctlon plunk."
WASHINGTON, D. C, June in. Rear Admiral Cnpps, Chlof Naval
Constructor, has been detailed to Honolulu to Inspect tho Pearl Harbor
site for tho naval station.
JUST AS LOUD
Dance, all evening and nothing to pay for music. N
ne to tnang. no one to
One small payment and
nome; a iew more ana
The music is just as
as thou eh von waited
up me iuu price,
lor not waiting.
Buy your BUTTER where you can be assured of Qual
ity. We have the best from Island dairies as well' as from
the mainland AND IT'S CHEAP!
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
'.I.. I. J I- " i-l. '...-.. .....
id, nnd Pay Clerk Ambrose J. llnr
1 un), also of tho Maine.
Officers with tho ships are:
Captain Giles B. Hnrber, Comman
ding; Lieut. Comdr. Wnrrcn J. Tcr
hunc. Executive: Llout. Frank P.
Baldwin, E.; Lieut. Ralph Enrlc, O.
nnd N.; Lieut. James J. Kress, Lieut.
Walter E. Whitehead, O. 6-ln.; Lieut.
Lamar R. Leahy, T. 12-ln.; Ensign
Ilosei'o F. Dllten, O. 6-ln.; Ensign
Edmund S. Root, G. C-ln.; Midship
man Andrew S. Illckcy, G. 6-ln.; Mid
shipman Joseph S. Evans, G. 6-ln.;
Midshipman Robert T. S. Lowell,' 0.
C-ln.; Midshipman Charles C. Slay
to 1, K.; Midshipman Harold M. He
rn Is, (1. C-ln.; Midshipman Elmer W.
Tod, G. C-ln.; Midshipman Cortlnndt
Bnughmnni G. C-ln.; Surgeon Mld
dlcton S. Elliott, Medical Officer;
Asst. Surgeon Dow II. Cnsto; Pay
master Edward T. Hoopes, Pay Offi
cer; Captain R. M. Cutts, Com. Mnr-
lno Detach.; 1st Lieut. Ben A. Lewis,
U. S. M. C: Boatswain John Dannel-,
Boatswain William Frcmgcn, Slg.;
Chief Gunner O. Borgeson; Gunner
llnrry Webb; Cnrpcntcr Ernest L.
Bass; Warrant Machinist Edward A.
Mauck; Wnrrant Machinist Paul R.
Fox; Wimnnt Mnchlulst G. R. Tliomp
son; Pay Clerlt Ambroso J. llarnum.
Cnptaln T. E. DoW. Veedcr, Com
manding; Lieut. Comdr. T. P. Mil-
gruder, Executive; Lieut. R. I. Cur
tln, O.; Lieut. E. Woods, W.; Lieut.
11. T. Buhner, E.; Lieut. II. E. Cook;
Ensign II. II. Michael. T. 13-tn.; En
sign B. K. Johnson, T. 13-ln.; Mid
shipman C. A. Bonvilllnn. Aid to Ex.;
Midshipman J. B. Rhodes, Slg.; Mid
shipman L. M. Stevens, 0. 6-ln.; Mid
shipman It. T. Kolrun, T. 13-ln.; Mid
shipiiinu A. S. Farquhnr, E.; Mid
shipman I". M. Knox, .E.; Midship
man E. C. Klttcl; Surgeon L. L. Von
Wedoklnd, Medical Officer; P. A. Sur
geon F. W. S. Dean; Paymaster V.
11. Colby, Pay Officer; Captain of Ma
rine .1. McE. Hucy; Boatswain Jj A
Itllcy; Chief Gunner W. G. Smith.
Ord.; Gunner E. Du llnrry Gould,
Elcc; Chief Cnrpcntcr C. Thompson;
Warrant Machinist A. A. Hawlcy;
Warrant .Machinist (5. W. Byrne;
Warrant Machinist W. V. D.ivls; Pay
Clerk J. Itcay.
the Victor is in your
you own it forever.
lond and clear and fin
months for it in io.
xcs, tnanK yourself
MUSIC CO. Ltd.
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" ARRIVED "
Tuesday, Juno 16.
II. S. S. Maine, Hnrber, from 8an
Francisco, 9.30 n. in.
II. 8. S, Alabama, Veeder, from Sail
Francisco, 10 a. m.
fitmr. Maunn Loa, from Hawaii
ports, i a, m.
Tuesday, Juno 1C.
Stmr. Mnuna Ken, ifrccman, for
Maul and Hawaii ports, noon.
M. N. S. S. Hllonlnn, Johnson, for
San Frnnclsco, 10 a. m.
U. S. A. T. Buford, Hall, for Manila,
11 n. m.
Stmr. Mauna Ken, Freeman, for
Maul nnd Hawaii ports, 12 m.
Stmr. Nocnti, for Kawalhao, Malm-
konn, and Kukiilhncle, noon,
K ' SAILING TODAY H
K K 3? K W 3C M SC 3C K 35 K BC K M
i:rr-. W. O. Hall, Tullett, 5 .. m.,
Stmr. I.lkclikc, Nnopala, for Hawaii
ports, 5 p. m.
3J H K JO 34 3 Jl 31 X 35 )! K 3f K 31 tt
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED "
Per stmr. Mnuna Loa, Slmerson,
from Maul and Hawaii ports, Juno 16.
Lee Poy, Geo. Crones, Mrs. A.
I.owIr, Jr., Miss 1a Austin, Mrs. M.
Kiinlmoku, Mlsn It. Kualmoku, J. B.
Llghtfoot, Geo. Kneo, J. G. Smith, It.
A. McWrtwno, Mrs. I. Shcrnood, Miss
R. K. Achl, J. W. McGIro, MrB. J. W.
McGulro. Itov. A. S. Baker, Mr. H. B.
Baker, J. Cooper, Mrs. L. Davis, E.
Miller, M. Mlynoka, Mrs. M. Mlyuoka,
W. F. Knal, J. A. Peterson, Mrs. L.
Ilune, Mrs. A. Mulvnny, anil D3 deck.
3i' M 3i 3 JC 3 K K 3C 3C 35 K M X H
Per S. S. Mnuna Kca, Freeman, for
Maul nnd Hawaii portB, Juno 16. A.
G. Cnnca, F. 1 Baldwin and wife. J.
O. Young. W. W. Hall nnd wife. Itcv.
E. C. Cooper nnd wife, Mary Gohler,
Miss Hlscox, Mrs. Y. M. Joonen, MrK.
O. II. Gnllck, Miss Daisy Bell, Thox.
Bell, Violet Knmnlplll. C. Ahuiia, MIhh
Ahuna, W. W. Thnycr, James Lindsay,
II. Holt, Sam Purdy, S. W. Nnwnho,
On Pah, Ah Sing, Miss E. S. Smith,
Mrs. C. A. Andrews, J. E. Riiclia, Dr.
II. S. Ross, E. E. Bnttello, C. Belli
ecko, S. S. Hlgglnbothnm, Miss J. A.
Anderson, Miss C. E. Church, C. Dreut
Chase, R. I. 1,1111c, P. Orternlann, MIhh
Cotoll, Manuel Cordelro mid wife, MIbb
F. Hollowny, Miss J. William. Geo.
Kinney, C. II. Carter, Kuhniiiinul
Campbell, Lticlllo Kamaka, Marion
Mundon, Anna Miindon, Miss Kinney.
Mnry Peiry, Mabel Sitcomb, Mllln
Dunn, Jennie Mncy, Mnrgarct Macy,
Alpha KlnneyT W. Kckuown, Eddlo
Henoy, Alvlu Knlnlwoa, May Sing, Hu,
K.' Tsuruda. f
Per M. N. S '8. llllonlan, Johnson,
ffor San Francisco, Juno 1C. Mrs. L.
C. Abies, Kenneth Abies, Wlllnn!
Abies, Mnstcr I.. E. Arnold, Omsteil
Atwntcr. Mrs. Geo. J. Augur, Master
Augur, Gavlau Dutch, Sherlcy Busch,
Miss Desmond, Clnrcnco Dyer, Mrs. J.
Edwnide, Geo. F. Hcnsliall, E. E.
Hlngley, L. O. Kellogg, Mrs. L. Mnrks
and 2 children. Lester Murks, Miss
Stella Pedro, Mr3. L. Petrle, G. L.
Samson, Mrs. Samson nnd 2 children,
Miss G. Webster. Miss G. Whltemau.
Per S. 8. Mnncliurla. for Yokoha
ma, Juno IB. R. A. McCoy, H. Mori,
II. Bekkey, M. C. Thomas. Col. nnd
Mra Hall, Carlos Fink, C. II. Bradley.
The M. N. S. 8. Hllolilan, homing
malls homeward from tho Maluu and
tho Alabama, sailed this morning at
10 o'clock for Sail Francisco. Sho
nlso carried her usual list of pisKcu
gets. Tho llttlo boat went out load
ed down ns lienvlly us shu has been
for tho last few trips, very llttlo free
Among other Hciur In her cargo Is
n very largo shipment of fresh fruit,
consisting- of nbout 1500 eases. Sho
also bud a largo quantity of empty
Tho crowd missed tho band, which
wns nt tho tlmo lit tho Alakea wharf
playing for tho battleships. Other
wise, tbo usual busy scene was going
forward on tho dock ns this popular
boat pulled out. .
SAUNDERS FINDS CURRENT.
Captain Saunders of tho Manchuria
mild when In pott this tilp that In
coming in her encounleied thu hiiiiio
current which ran tho "big boat on tho
sand homo months ngo. Ho said that
It was running nbout 111 miles per
hour, ami that it was necessary In
clinngo tho course two points on tho
night byfnro port wits lonched. In
order to keep on tbo correct way, and
that In tho morning It heeamo neecB
r,rv lo chnngo tho courso Btlll another
Tho U. S. A. T. Buford hailed at 1 1
o'clock this morning, bound for Guam
and Manila, after making a stay at
two days In this port, dining which
tlmo thu JacklcH who nro going on her
as casuals for tho Orient had n groat
THE NOEAU sailed lit noon today
hir Knwalhno, Miihukona, mid Kukul
luiolo with explosives.
THE I.IKEI.IKE Bulls nt 5 o'clock
Ibis afternoon for Hawaii ports.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have..it ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however: so
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.
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