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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. ., FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1908: -
' Perfection 4th and 5th.
All vltttlag member of he
order art cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
&AMCOHY LODGE, Ho. 3, L 0. 0. 1.
HmU every Monday aTenlng at
It 10 In I. O. O. F. Mall, Fort Btreet.
. a. HENDRY, Secretary
BBIf . F. VIOKERS, N. U.
All rliltlng brother very cordially
XT9TI0 LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday
ot each menth at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Beretanla Sis.
Visiting Brothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. C.
V. WALDRON, K. of R. ft S.
OAHU I0DQE, No. 1, X. of P.
Meets erery first and third Frl-
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot F. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEER1NO, CO.,
JAB. W. WHITE, K.R.8.
80N0LULU L0DOE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. a
., will meet In their hall on King
ear Fort street every Friday even
By order of the B R.
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. McINERNY, B. R.
Vn. M'JUHLSY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
MeeU every Saturday evening at
CIO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor,
'fort and Beretanla. Visiting broth
ra cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEB, CO.,
B. A. JACOBSON. K.R.B.
.OHOIPITJ AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
MeeU on the 2nd and 4th WHD
NBSDAT evening of each month at
T:M o'clock in K. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort street.
Visiting Eagles are Invited te at-
97. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
IAWA11AH TBJDBEKo. 1, L 0. B. M.
Meet erery first and third Thura
ley of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
Hally Invited to attend.
J. W. ASOH, Sachem.
, A. E. MURPHY, C. of R,
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larging and Interior Photo
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THE FINEST CUTLETS
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THE MANHATTAN CAFE
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Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
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The Weekly Edition o the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary cf
4i nv of the fiat' t
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AND LESS ALCOHOL.
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Cut for jou, from jour own meas
ure: It don't cost any more, In fact
you savo money, because you get sat
isfaction. If you have n fault In your fig
ure 76 do I will hide It for you.
Our suite at Twenty-five Dollars
have no comparison. There Is so ex
cuse to be slovenly attired when for
the same money you can be well
dressed ly '
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Delicious Cakes and Candies on Hand
17 Hotel Si Tel. 471.
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Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatic and soil con
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lulu; Tel. 272.
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EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
don by the
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28 t?;rtanl QL phone 1491
tt wsr"Jrf T rrfx i ft ?ffifi
If there is work to be had a Bulle
tin Want Ad. witfflnd it.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 361.
A. F. Cooko arrived thin morning
from Hllo. '
Meals are being served regularly on
usual at tho Royal Annex. "8cotty's."
Miss Helen North's pretty toa "on
Tuesday was cry cnjojnble.
Tho Bullotln will not bo IsBucd
tomorrow eenlng tho Fourth of
Wall, Nichols Co. will keep open
this evening to tako orders for flags
Andrew Cox, ono of tbo County
Fathers, returned this morning from
Hllo In the Mauna Loo.
Miss Irene Fisher gavo a charming
brldgo evening on Wednesday at which
many of tho younger set wcro present.
W. Pfotcnhaucr of Hackfeld & Co ,
camo back today from tho other Is
lands, where ho has been on business
for tho firm.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic "
You will be surprised at Us cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
J, Carlo Is now located at Fort near
Hotel, also on Nuuanu, and Is buying
and Rolling diamonds, watches and
Jewelry for cash.
Rev. J. A. Aklna camo back to
day from Hllo, whero ho attended tho
evangelical convention. Ho will re
turn to Kauai next wcok.
Judgo Wm. Werner of Hanalcl,
Kauai, ono of tho Evangelical dele
gates who went to Hllo. returned this
morning on tho Mouna Kca.
You enn get popular novels books
that you wont at tho Hawallnn News
Co. for 7 Co each, while thoy last. 400
f 1.50 books are Belling for 75c each.
Have you seen it I The new uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co., Ltd.
Sale of Rosenberg stock of clothing.
shirts, hats and neckwear at Kerr's.
Storo will bo open until 9 o clock this
ctcnlng so that every crson may be
ablo to dress up for tho Glorious
Hcv. E. W. Timing. Rov. D. Scud
der, nov. E. W. Cotton, Rev. J. P.
Erdman, Rev. A. Soarcs, Rev. 8. K.
Kaullll and Hcv. Maklhlla were re
turning passengers today from Hllo
on tho Mauna Kca.
(Continued from Paste U
mon human nature to make light ot
dangers past which uro felt to bo se
rious when ono Is confronted with
As a basis of the salvage award to
bo made In this case, tho Court will
consider the timo consumed by the
Restorer In the salvage operations,
the risk she encountered, nnd the val
ue ot her services to Iho Manchuria,
and tho loss of material and expenses
Incurred by libellant.
The value of tho Manchuria's cargo
does not properly flguro in the case,
as tho salvage of that portion ot It
that was Bayed was effected by other
means than the Restorer.
The question ot the value ot the
Manchuria received conspicuous at
tention at tho trial, much evidence
being introduced by both sides on
the subject. This was obviously a
matter of great Importance whllo tho
claim ot tho libellant for tho large
compensation asked for on tho the
ory that tho Restorer was tho chief
agent In tho salvago of the Manchu
ria, was still pending; but such claim
having been disallowed' in tho pre
liminary part ot this decision, tho
question of valuo becomes ot less Im
portance; for under the vlow of tho
case adopted by the court It is sub
stantially Immaterial whether her
valuo is ns the libellant or the claim
ant contends; the latter estimate
reaching tl, 250,000, bringing the
award here found within reasonable
In consonance with the foregoing
considerations, I find for the libel
lant In tho sum ot 15,219.53 for con
sumption and loss of stores and ex
penses .on account of salvage opera
tions, and In the sum of f 56,000 for
salvage proper, making- a total of
In vlow of the demand ot libellant
for tho heavy compensation named
in the libel, which Is doemed by the
court to be unwarrantable undor the
factB of the case, costs aro divided
between the parties.
Tho second excursion conducted by
tho Elks leaves this aftornoon at 5
o'clock, by tho Mauna Kca. Bailing
from tho foot nf Nuuanu strcot, for
Hllo and tho Volcano. Music will bo
along, and a big crowd. Henry,East
man, who has had charge of tho ar
rangements, practically, has been do
ing sonio great work, and has ar
ranged things as smoothly as a corps
of men could hove done. Ho has now
A Mott Excellent Assortment of
l l Jl ' 1 t
1HE BEST "FITTEBS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S KOTO ST. PBONE 528.
Tour eyes never give you the slight
est trouble this ad. is noj for you.
If they DO, take them to
M WATEKVXONT VOTES
The following sugar is reported
on Hawaii by Purser Phillips of the
Mauna Kea: Olaa, 42,311; Walakea,
1000; Hawaii Mill, 10,000; Walnaku,
1000; Onomca, 14,000; Pcpeekco, 13,
000; Honomu, 13,200; Hakalau, 500;
Laupahochoo. 14,000; Ookala, 10,000;
Kukalau, 9000; Hamakua, 18,000; Pa
uuhau, 7000; Honokaa, 14,000; Kukul
haelo, 8000; Punaluu', 17,368; Houu
TI1R MAUNA KEA arrived from
Hllo nnd Maul this morning with, a
largo number of passengers and tho
following freight: 2 bags coin, 2
horses, 2 boxes pigs, 3 boxes chickens,
C crates onions, 6 bags spuds, 13 coses
celery, 17 bags taro, 18 empty kegs,
20 packages vegetables. 25 bags spuds.
41 bags cabbages, 42 cases honey, 245
sheep, 91 packages sundries.
THB MICHAEL JEDSEN, the Ocr-
man tramp, sailed shortly after 8
o'clock last ovenlng from an anchor
i.ga off port for tho Orient, taking back
200 Chtneso refused admlttanco at Sa-
Una Crux on account of trachoma.
THE MEXICAN arrived at Hllo
from Kahulul Thursday, and satis
Monday for Sallna Crux, with a full
load of sugar.
THE DE8PATCH nrrhod this morn
ing, about a quarter after 11, deep with
11,000 bags of sugar.
t-t- T-T- T-T-T--t- -t-T-f
1GC voyngcurs on his list, and there
arc many who want to go nnd can
not, as accommodations aro not suf
ficient. Several bubbles will bo taken along
on tho Mauna Kea, and used by tholr
owners In a run to the Volcano
House. Nine-three of tho excursion
ists' will make tho trip to the Vol
cano, C3 In tho forenoon, nnd 30
moro In tho afternoon.
That this will bo ono of tho roost
enjoyable events of tho kind ever
held hero by any organization there
can be llttto doubt.
Tbe Signal Corps Glee Club has
been drnfted. It Is composed ot: Tom
and Luther Evans, A. Keoho, E. Fer
nandez, II. Hopkins, A. 8mythc, Oeno
Allen, H. Kalllnal, Dude Lemon,
Jack Kin, and Carl Nelpcr.
Among thoso booked who have pur
chased tickets for the trip are 8. De
Freest, W. O. Ashley,' Carl Dudde,
Miss V. McOrcgor, J. Williams, J.
Lewis, E. A. K. Williams, M. Kcka
hlo, Geo. Oilman, Mrs. J. P. Spald
ing, Mrs. Roso Williams, Mrs. M.
Kekahlo, Jas. lllcknoll, E. P. Low, J
II. Gibson. A. M. McDrydc, D. P. R.
Isenberg, K. II. Wodehouse, II. H.
Walker, Miss E. Stark, E. J. Mac-
field, J, K. Clarke, R. C. Lwdcckcr,
II. D. Sinclair, Q. C. Miller, J. F. Dar-
cy, W. L. Wltte, A. 8. P. Robertson,
C J, McCarthy, Dr. J. T. McDonald,
N. S. Fuirweathcr, A. J, Falrweather,
Harold,Slmpson, Chester Irwin, E. K.
Wongham, C. A. Simpson, J. M, Levy,
M. II. Welnborg, Mrs. J. M. Lovy,
Mrs. F. Zeaves, Jason Andrado, Mrs.
A. I. Sllva, Mrs. M. A. Stlva, Miss C.
Sllva, A. I. Sllva, Miss M. Fergcrson,
Mrs. A. 8. Prescott, A. 8. Prescott, E.
Dleau, Mr. Martlenon, Miss Emma
Rose, L. C. Child, Phil. Kaauwal.Mlsa
R. George, Miss A, Dlalr, Geo. J.
O'Neill, Miss Ada Lycett, J. A. Ver
ret, J. J. Meyer, R. L. GUllland, K. A.
Center, Miss L, E. Dlnklago, Mrs. If.
Dlnklagc, II. Dlnklago, H. 8. John
son, W, H. Mclnerny, Miss M. An
gus, Miss M. 8. Wilson, Ed. McCor-
rlston, Geo. McCorrlston, Gus Schu
man, W. II. McClollan, Sam Jacobson,
James Guild. Mrs. N. McGulrc, Mrs.
K. Ilooks, E. W. Qulnn, E. II. Lewis,
Mrs. Capt. Paul Smith, Mrs. ,J. H.
George, J. Eichwald.'A. H. Woods,
Miss M. L. Lucas, C. F, Jenkins, Paul
Hums, II. Lcvoy, John Nott, Fred.
Harrison, J. L. Horner, W. Buckle, M.
Hardee, L. Potrle, L. Warren, J. Gib
son, J, L. Holt, R. J. Taylor, Sam Ma
helona, A. I). C. Clark, Miss Nello
Hodnett, Miss L. Lloyd, H. A. Walk
er, John Carden, A. D. Castro, A. M.
Shlpp, J. C. Qulnn, Miss A, Meyer,
M. H. Drummond", A, J. Stout, Miss
Mablo Klnnoy, Miss M. Pllkol, C. D.
Langhorno, Mrs. C. D. Langhornc,
Harry Holt, Miss E. M, Thompson,
Miss Helen Witt, Miss S. J. Upton,
Mrs. O, McMillan, Mrs. L. T, Oarn
soy, Miss W. Mills, Geo. P. Thlclcn,
Miss M. Ilottncr, Geo. G. Guild, Thos.
A. O'llrlon, J. K. Akau, J. F. Col
burn No. 3, Mrs. D. 8. Richardson,
D. 8. Richardson, William Carden,
John Carden Jr., J, MtCandicss, A.
Guerrero, Geo. Crowell, Henry Bnlf
fen, Mrs. A. Q. Marcalllno, A. Q. Mar
cnlllno, M. D. Freltasl J. S. Harriot,
Manuel Moses, H. L. Lucas, W. E.
Heine, L. L. McCandless, John Em
meluth, Ed. Ingham, Richard Ven
huizen, W. R. Klnslea, J, Lucas, Al
bert Morenstcrn, E. P. O'Drien, U.
Lemon, Chas. EaklnOeo. A. Martin,
E. Le Clair, 8. S. Paxeon, A. S. Web
er, S. Stophenson, Miss E. L. Koon,
Mrs. Fruucls Hayden,
JRYAN LAYS LOW
LINCOLN, Neb , July 2. It la believed that Tlryan will not attempt
to Influence the Democratic National Convention in Its work of Issuing
a National platform except in case of an emergency, ,
NEW ZEALAND GETTING READ?
WELLINGTON, N. Z., July Z.
Tho plans for tho reception of Ad
miral Sperry nnd tho American At
lantic Fleet here have been complet
ed. Tho Government will entertain,
thousands of American and Urltlsh
slfllors who will meet In this cltr, n
program for each day tho Fleet will
be hero having been provided.
TO PUNISH OFFICIALS
CITY OF MEXICO, July 2. The
Mexican Government will ask the
American Government to punish cer
tnln ofllclnls stationed In Texas,
against whom charges ot bad faith,
In allowing arms and supplies for tho
Mexican Insurgents to cross the bor
der, have been made,
GUATEMALA, C. A., July 2. Tho
last spiko in the Guatemalan section
ot what it Is hoped will bo a Pan
American railroad system, extending
from Northern Canada to Southern
Argentine, was driven on Thursday
with approprlato ceremonies.
INSUBGENTS ARE ACTIVE
DEL RIO, Texas, July 2. Tho in
surgents In the provlnco ot Conhuala,
Mexico, are actlvo. Mexican troops
aro pursuing tho Insurgent bands.
CHEER FOR SHERMAN
UTKtA, N. Y July 2. A Sher
man demonstration wbh made hero
by tho citlzons in honor of tho can
didate for the Vice Presidency.
. 'BEV0LT IN PARAGUAY
11UENOS AYRES, Argentina, July
2. It Is reported hero that n revolu
tion hns brokon out In Paraguay.
A trust deed between tho Honokaa
Sugar Company and the Bishop Trust
Company has been filed, to securo
bonds In the sum of 1600,000. Tho
bonds are secured by n conveyance to
tbo trustee ot ail rc.1 personal and
mixed property of tho' sugar company
on the Island of Hawaii. The pur
pose Is shown to bo tho cancellation
of an open account ot $350,000, and
to provide for other requirements ot
tho plantation. Tho bond issue Is at
6 per cent. Interest, and tho bonds
aro duo In 25 years, or they may be
payable ten jcars after date, or on
any Interest-paying date thereafter.
Tho stamp tax on this document
amounted to 11,789, and tho record-
Ing fee was $60.
HENRY A NONENTITY
Sheriff laukca Is much put out at
tho action of High Sheriff Henry in
granting tho cortlflcato for a llcenso
to Hackman Lucca aftor tho County
Sheriff had refused to grant him such.
Ho stated this morning that this was
plainly another argument In favor of
making tho position of tho High Sher
iff a purely nominal one, as It was In
terfering with tho functions ot tho de
partment which was actually doing
Th6 County Shorlff stated that ho
had taken legal advico on tho question
at) to whothor ho could rotuso to Isstuo
a cortlflcato to a hackman on moral
grounds, and had been told that ho
could. Ho had Intended to hao tho
question tested In tho courts, and now
tbo High Shorlff had Interfered with
tho plan by taking the action which ho
THE ANNIE E. SMALE arrived at
Kaanapall yesterday, to dlscha,rgo
1500 tons ot coal; j
THE JAMES MAKEE wont to Poarl
Harbor this morning with u bargo in
THE ENTERPRISE Balled at noon
today from Hllo for San Francisco.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
FIRST AMERICAN SAVINGS &
TRUST CO. OF, HAWAII, LTD.
Notlco Is heroby given that tho an
nual meeting of the -stockholders of
The First American Savings & Trust
Co, ot Hawaii, Lid., for tho election
ot ofllcors and directors, and for such
other business as may be brought be
fore the stockholders, will be held at
Its place of business on Fort Btreet
on Wednesday, tho 10th day ot July,
1908, at 3 o'clock p, m.
Honolulu, July 3rd, 1908.
L. T. PECK,
Sccrotary and Cashier.
SACRED SERVICE AT
BRINK OF VOLCANO
Through tho kindness and aloha of
tho Hon. S. W. Wilcox of Kauai, tho
pastors and delegates from Kauai to
the Evangelical convention, which
was recently held In Hllo, wcro given
oil excursion trip to tho Volcano at
his oxpenso. There wero thlrty-thrco
in tho party, prominent among whom
ocing judges wm. wcrnor, Kami, ko-
riaheo nnd Puukl, Rev, S. K. Kaullll,
nov. D. P. Mahlhlla, Rov. J, A. AI.I.iu,
Mrs. J. K. Lota, Mrs. S. W. Mchcula.
Mrs. II. Cook, Miss Louisa I'lhl and
Asldo from tho abovo delegates Mrs.
A. S. Wilcox and Miss Wilcox, Dov.
Dr. and Mrs. Scuddcr, F. Scuddcr,
Theodora Richards and son, Rov. J. P.
Erdmnn, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Turner, A,
M. Merrill, Rev, J. L. Houwood, Mlsa
R. Andrew, Miss T. Tucker, Rov. E.
W. Timing, Dr. Cowan, T. O. Wall trip
and sovcral others also .visited tho
Volcano. Tho trip was mado on Juno
29th. Tho party congregated on tho
brink of tho crater and conducted n
sacred scrvlco there, Rov, E. W.
Timing being In charge.
On tho following day tho party re
turned to Hllo nftcr cnjojlng'n most
enjoyable trip. Reforo renchtng Hllo,
honover, Thwlng observed somo pret
ty ulid roses growing among tho
bushes. Ho descended from tho con
eynnco nnd approached to pluck tho
beautiful flowers. Whllo doing this
and without expecting trouble, ho was
bltton by dogs which v,cro at hand.
This put him out of commission. As
cutanea was promptly on hand and
Thwlng was sacd from sorlous pit
iklo. Ono of tho delegates said tho
nature of tho bites waa not very
ST. LOUIS 'lS HEARD;
940 MILES OFF PORT
At 8 o'clock last evening tho cruis
er St. IouIb called Knhuku Station by
wireless. Tho messnge was: "Wo aro
940 miles northeast of Knhuku. Hav
ing flno weather and Bmooth sea. Ex
pect to arrho San Francisco Monday
night. Tho cllmato has changed con
siderably. U you get this ou are a
star. Our compliments to you and the
peoplo of tho IslaudB. Look for us to
morrow night. Good night i
Though this Is doing fairly well for
catching the othergrams. It does not
break any records, as tho St. Louis
was picked up when 1100 miles off
port, coming down, and tho transport
Thomas was beard when sho was 1300
miles west ot hero, in tho other di
rcctlon from tho St. Louis.
FLAGS AT HALF-
Federal officials nround tho Judl
clary building, ns well ns all over
town, havn been In n quandary all
morning as to whether tho Stars and
Stripes shall fly at halt- or top-maBt
tomorrow. Official orders have been
received to tho effect that the flag
shall be at half-mast for thirty days
out of respect to tho late Grover
Cioveland. It Is stated on cood au
thority that tho flag will remain at
half-mast over all Federal buildings
REAL ESTATE TBANSACTIONa
Entered for Record July 2, 1908,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Susan II Kahillna to Helen M Cock-
Kahoounauna and wf to Maul Rail
road nnd S S Co D
C W Dooth Notico
Kauai Railway Co to Cecil Drown
ot al Trs Tr M
Luck K Lanl to C Drow'cr & Co
8 Ozakl by atty to V Kltawakl ....AL
Charles Lucas to Qoo Hoy Rcl
Honokaa Sugar Co to Bishop Tr Co
Ltd Tr Tr M
W R Castlo Tr to James L Holt and
Dathshoba M Allen to William M
Est of 8 O Allen by Trs to William
M Mahuka Rcl
Est of II P Dlshon by Trs to Terri
tory of Hawaii D
y n Damon nnd wf to Rank of Ha
waii, Ltd M
Entered for Record July 3, 1908,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Dank of Hawaii Ltd to Honolulu
Drug Co Rol
Joc S Canarlo ami wf to Joho
Jobo Fioros to William Kinnoj ...,D
Manuol J Nohrcga and wf to Kutli
ryn M Caso D
Joso do S Ramos Jr to T Mlgtta . ...L
A J Williamson and wf to' Joseph
Prjtchard , D
linen u ji Atnerton uy atty to w 1j
THE CLAUDINE sails at 5 this af
ternoon for Hawaii and Maui ports.
THE DEFENDER sailed yesterday
from Honolpu for San Francisco.
THE SCHOONER Spokano sails
Monday from Hllo for too Sound,
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Thursday, July 2,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed July 1:
S. S Texan, for Honolulu.
U. 8. Aux. Culgoa, for Honolulu.
KAHULUI Sailed July 1:
8. 8. Mexican, for Hllo.
MAKAWELI Arrived July 2:
Schr. Annlo E. Smalo, henco July 1.
Thursday, July 2.
8tmr. Jas. Makce, Thompson, from
Friday, July 3.
8tmr. Mauna Ken, rrccman, from
Hllo nnd Mnul ports, 7:45 n. ra.
A -II. 8. S. Despatch, Kokerwltz,
from Kaanapall, 11:15 a, m,
3 DEPARTED M
Thursday, July 2.
Btmr. Klnau, Gregory, for Kauai
Torts, 5 p. m,
Stmr. Jns. Makco. Thompson, with
Melancthonjn tow, for Pearl Harbor.
uer. stmr. Micnaol jcpbcii, uemux-
cn, tor tho Orient from off porti p. m.
Jt B B MB tUHHMBBBKBBK
Per stmr. Mauna Kca, Freeman,
from Hllo and Mnul, July 3. Mrs. A,
lloaplll, Mrs. Ulunahclc, 8. Knnuwa
nul, Mrs. S. Kanownnul, W. 11. I.ouo,
Mrs. W. H. Lono, A. F. Cooke, Rov. C.
II. Oullck, Mrs. W. R. Andrews, MIsh
V. Sylvn, Mrs. T. It. Mclln, Mrs. D.
Scuddcr, Mrs. A. F. Jmld. Miss L.
AUlua, Miss Chilton, Miss L. l'aawcla,
Mrs. W. Doners, S. D. Nulhiwa, Mm
ter 8. Nulhiwa, Miss P. Nulhiwa, Mrs.
8. D. Nulhiwa, R. II. Walltn, Rov. E.
W. Cotton, Rev. E. W. Thwlng, nov.
D. Scuddcr, W. II. Rice, T. W. Damon,
Mrs. J. M. Steele, Miss McCord, Miss
Porter, Mrs. O. II. Oullck, T. Birming
ham, C. Dunkhnse, Mrs. II. Cooke,
Mrs. Auld, A. E. Cox," Miss L. Cox,
Rov. M. Nakulna, Mrs. Nakulua, Mist
1 Spencer, A. M. Merrill, Rov. J. V.
Erdmnn, Rov. A. Soarcs, P. D. Kcllctt,
Mrs. P. D. Kcllctt, Mrs. Kulknhl, Mis.
J. lloaplll, J. lloaplll, M. Kulkahl, I'.
Lclaloha, Mrs. F, I-clalolia, Mrs. W.
Mehcula, Mrs. J. K. Lota, itcv. S. K.
Kaullll, Miss E. Knnol, J. D. Kanol,
1). White, JAK. Kapunal, J. II. S. Ka
lea, Miss Lydln ahoa, Mrs. Tom Slkcs,
Miss Louisa Kahon. S. Kamaloplll, W.
Kamalopill, D. Kamaloplll. Cheung
Leung, Ho Kwnl Fob, Un Tak, V. K.
Kapaboo, Mrs. Kapahco, Master r.
Kuln, W. Werner, Rov. J. A. Aklna, D.
K. Kauhello, Mrs. G. Namakueha, Mrs.
Kannhelo, Ilro. Albert, Bro. Mathlas,
Father Wcndolin, Sister Ephralm, Sis
ter Beata, Bro. Vincent, Bro. Ray
mond, Miss II. Pauolc, Mrs. K. Pan-
ole, C. K. Haao, Mrs.,C. K. Haac, Miss
A. KiHaa6? Miss II. Haao, 8. Koolua,
Joe Kaeo; S. W. Kanauso. S. P. Kaala,
Rov. D. P. Katmhlhlla, B. K. Kanoa,
Rov. W. K. Poal. R. Punlkl, E. Kua
pahl, Mrs. F. Saho, Mrs. M. Kahclo,
Mrs. E. Onokca, Mrs. K. Ellis. II. K.
Poopoc, Rov. Yeo Kin, Miss 8. Mac
mac, E. Horner, J, V, Marclol, A. R.
Eldrldgo. Miss E. W. Wnrd. Dr. P.
Frcar, Miss M. Ahrcns, Master Wide
matin, Mrs. C. Widcmann and servant,
Master G. Norrio, Miss Hewitt, Mrs.
S. Livingston and child, J. V. Marclol,
W.' K. Tucker, J. H. Brown, Miss A.
Morgan, Miss M. Fleming, D. II. Cabo,
C. Rolnccke, II. M. Wclyls. Lnu Ping,
W. Pfotenhnuer, A. R. Gurroy, Jr., Geo.
F. Curry, Mrs. a. F. Curry and child,
A. K. Yap.
M PASSENGERS DEPARTED
' Per S. 8. Klnau, Gregory, for Kauai,
Uuly 2, 5 p. m. Miss Fountain, Mas
ter Fountain, w. I.. Morgan, Cyril
Damon, N. Freltas, P. L. Weaver, Miss
Alice Harper, Mrs. Napoleon, Miss JU
Akco, Mlss'Spcckman, Miss Dow, Mrs.
Peters and 2 children, Mrs. Hanaiki,
Miss E. Wong-, Miss B. Hundley, W.
P. Alexander, Miss Sophia Delanoy,
Miss M. n. Lcslio. Mrs. A. Wntci
house, Mrs. E. R. Ross, Albert Water
house, Geo. Fuller, D. H. Watson, Mrs.
D. Keoakspn, Mrs. O. R. Ewnrt, Jr.,
Mrs. II. A. Jaeger, Miss Chnrlotto
Dodgo, Miss Sarah Sholdou, R. Me
Grow, Alfred C. Young, Mrs. J. W.
Ash, Geo. Holt, Chris. Holt.
OLD LAND PATENT
A land patont was this morning
granted to tho Bishop Estato for, land
at Upnlu which has been pending for
flfty-bcvcn )ears. Tho patent was
granted for tho purpose ot carrying
out n compromlso between tho Bishop
Estata and tho Government, mado In
1853, 'wherohy tho Government
should glvo to tho Estnto certain
lands in return for n quitclaim deed
to thrco pieces ot land on tho other
Islands. About 63 acres ot laud
to yourself and let ni build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which yon
have in mind. We'll havept ready
in no time, and the price will be io
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however :'io
Charles D Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
. . ,. - King near AlapaL