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BVENINO BULLETIN; HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, AUO. 1, 1908.
HMIt fr Itill 1
Lei Aloha No. 3 Initiation.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Pacific First Deoree.
Kadoih 30th Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. r Hall, Fort Btreet.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
DEN. F. VICKEUS, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC I0D0E, No. 3, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d nnd 4th Tuesday
f each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Beretunla 8ts.
VUltlne llrothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. C,
7. WALDRON, K. of R. & B.
OAHTJ LODOE, No. 1. E. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort nnd Uerotanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEER1NO, C.C.,
JA9. V. WHITE, K.RS.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 01C, II. P. O.
E will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. Uy order of tho E. R.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM, II. McINERNY, E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEYTODQE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'cloot In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Beretanla. "Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZDE, C.C.,
E. A. JACODSON, K.R S.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. U.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Uall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. D. ARLEIGH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R. '
Pacific Photo Gallery
Beat and Lateat method of photogra-
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
1C HAMAMOTO, Manage.
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candiei
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST. TEL. 471.
F. $. Nagami,
Kodak Developing:, Printing', En
larging; and Interior Photographing-,
HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuann & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamalei, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs,
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel,
PARTING, PAPERHANGINQ AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealer: 'n Wall Paper. Paints, Oili,
eto. P. 0. Box 914. 821 No. King
St., opp. Aak Park. W, B. Xam, mgr.
'EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their nw FRENCH
807 Betvtania St. Phone 1481,
WHY TRY THE OTHER I
YOU CAN OET
AT ANY BAR.
I It will build you up
MEERS DRUG CO.,
FOV FORT AND KING STB.
You save I
When you get
us to make
Our 25. initf
GEO. A. 1IARTIN,
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come np and have tome fun.
For The Home
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
HAWAnAN, PHILIPPINE, AND
SOUTH SEA CURIOS.
HR8. E. M. TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Phone SM.
CENTENNIAL'S BEST FLOUR
New Shipment in on the Arixonan.
HENRY HAY 4 C0 LTD,
LOCAL iND GENERAL
People with services to tell should
let a Bulletin Want Ad., at one
cent a word, help them.
Rent Franklin cars. Stkyda. Bible."
There Is no use experimenting; call
for Rainier !ccr nnd lie satisfied.
Honk I Houk! Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
Mcl.ood, for pleasantcst auto ride.
Prince Cuild, who went along on the
Hawaii, came back today from llllo.
Delicious Allegretti chocolates ex
Korea. Benton, Smith & Co., Ltd,
Japanese Consul Snlto v. mi u p.is
ccngor In tho Mauna Kca fiom Mai
Her Mnjosty Queen LHIirokalaiil re
turned this morning In tho Mtuma
II. P. Baldwin, J. Llghtfnct unci 11.
E. Cooper camu down this morning
An lnsuno prisoner named Etiwagl
was brought' down hero this morning
!rom Kohala hy officers.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Thacr, who
lmo ben visiting on Hawaii, returned
today from their pleasure xrlf
Hove you provided your wines for
Sunday's dinner? If not, call up T. K
.Mu'ltgho & Co. and buy the best.
Manager W. Pfotenlinuer of Hack
fold & Company was nmjnt; the nnlv-
nls in tho flagship Mauna Kca today.
Tax Assessor Kunovvn of Maul Is on
this Ulnnd on a short visit. Ho has
inado good right with tho Maul people.
The expert at the Hawaiian Offioe
Specialty Co., Ltd., oan fix yonr Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
Herbert Dunsheo had his antlers
properly adjusted by 11 P. 0. K. No.
616 nt Its regular mcetlug Inst even-
Oe). II. McClellan, who nrrhod from
Washington on tho Korea, Is a guest
of Governor and Mrs. Frear at Puna-
D. It. Case, County ntlo.-iiey of Mnul
and Assesor J. II Kunovva of the mime
place aro In town, bavins arrived Dili
You can gut distilled water with
guarantee of purity from the Consul'
Mated Soda Water Works Co Ltd.
Tlio combination lunch and dinner
nt the Young Cafo are deservedly pop
ular, for the prices, food, and service
are just right.
Mnrston Campbell will shortly ad
vertise for bids for an addition to the
Hawaii College of Agriculture ami
Dr. and Mrs. Kobayashl, formerly
of this city nnd now residents of Mnul,
nrrlved today. They will leiivu fur
Japan In tho Ameilca Maui.
On Installments of 13 per month you
can purchase n White Family Rotary
swing machine. Ilonny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 126J Fort St.. Phone 4S8. '
The Becond Federal Judge, when ho
Is nppotntcd, will havo a life job. The
first Judge's term Is for six years only.
but tlio seconq appointment Is for Hie.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arable"
Yon will be surprised at IU cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
CopiM of the B n 1 1 e t i n ' i Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailinir.
can be procured at this offioe for five
cent. Cost of mailinc three oenw
Tho Democrats will hold i mass
meeting tonight nt Anla park. Tho
speakers will bo tho delegates who re
Curned yesterday In tho Alameda. Tho
meeting commences at 7:30 o clock.
Our latest whlto calf Ilalmnral,
called by some dealers a buckskin, Is
as cool, pliable, and comfortablo as
an Indian moccasin, and yet will never
loso Its shape. Mclncrny Shoo store
J. A. GonBnlvos, tho Portuguoso pho
togruphcr Of Deretanla street, nnd
Arakl, n Japancso storekeeper on tho
corner of Alakca nnd Merchant
Btrcots, were arrested today on a
ihargu of selling obsccno pictures.
LARGE SALE OF
A large sale 'of lota at Kalrnukl
took place at Morgan's auction rooms
this noon, the seller being '-Xi Anln.
The bidding was very lively and tho
lots wcro sold as follows:
Lot 4 $197.50 J. 8. Bailey.
Lot 3 $202.50 J. S. llalloy.
Lot C $200.00 J. S. Bailey.
Lot 2 $200.00 Eugene Alu.
Lot 1 $247.50 W. Chilton.
Lot 5 $175.00 W. Chilton.
Lot 7 $105.00 S. Stnnford.
Lot 8 $210,00 S. Stanford.
Knelt of the Iota contained un area
of 15,000 square. feet.
Tomperatures 0 a, m., 74: 8 a. m..
77; 10 a. m., 80; noon, SO; morning
Barometer, 8 a. m . 30.07: absoluto
humidity, 8 a. in., 5.778 grains per
cubic foot; relatlvo humidity, 8 a. m
&ts i'r cent; ilew point. 8 a. m.. 02.
Wind 0 a. m., velocity 0, direction
N, . ; 8 n. in., velocity 12. direction
E.: 10 a. m., velocity 8, direction I:.;
noon velocity 20, direction N. E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 213 miles.
WM. D. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather
A Mott Excellent Ajtortment of
THE BEIT "FrTTERS'' Df TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
IS B 23HG ST. PE0NX 125.
it possessed by one person in a
We can Rive you glasset that will
correct imperfect vision.
MILWAUKEE TO SCENE
OF ALL THE TROUBLE
At 2 o'clock this afternoon, tho big
cruiser Milwaukee, Capt. Itodgcrs,
sailed from this port for the scene of
revolutionary troubles 111 Central
Tho Milwaukee camo down hero on
a practice cruise, from Hremerton,
under orders to return to the Coast,
sailing tomorrow. It was understood
thnt she would Join the Pacific Fleet
at Sau Francisco, later returning to
this place with this squadron.
, Much of ,tlio trouble In Central
America of on acute nature postdated
the ilmmrtnrn nf the Milwaukee. Hnr
orders'' to 'sail today for Honduras
were received only the other day, up
setting calculations of ball players
amKUib sporting set on board, who
bad events on for today.
STRIKE LEADERS ARRESTED
Pa'H'IS; France, July 31. The
leaders In tho fighting, which has
been carried on by the strikers and
their sympathizers at Vigueaux
against the authorities, wero placed
under arrest today. Tho men who
had returned to work decided by vote
that a new strike would bo declared
on Monday as u protest agaliiBt the
UNIVERSITY FOR IRELAND
LONDON, Eng.. July 31. Tho
House of Lords today passed tho Old
Ago Pension Hill In such shape as to
make It acceptable as amended to the
House of Commons.
The bill establishing nn Irish Uni
versity has also been passed.
XELUjr KNOCKED OUT
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 1.
Ketchcl won his fight with Hugo Kol-
ly for tho middleweight champion
ship tonight, knocking Kelly out In
tho third round of what was sched
uled as ft'20-round go.
SAN ?,LVADOR, Salvador, July
31. Thoj revolution which has been
In progress In this country, against
which tu loyal troops have been op
crating, Was declared officially sup
WORE ON REFORMS
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkoy, July
31. The Sultan today appointed the
council which Is to put Into forco tho
provisions of tho now constitution ho
hnB recently granted to Turkey.
NEWfYORK, N. Y July 31.
Human's first experimental Might In
his airship,, which was made today,
pioved to be successful.
FIRE DESTROYS PIER
a PHILADELPHIA,, Pa., July 3V.
One of jthe piers on tho watertiont
hie,wns destroyed by fire today. The
loss'' Is .MO.OCfoV'uU't - '. '
LEAVE FOR JAPAN
WA1LUKU, Maul, July 31. Dr.
and Mrs. S. Kobayashl will take the
Mauna Kca tonight for Honolulu on
routo to Japan. They will bo away
about six months. Mrs. Kobayashl
bus beon away nearly flvo years from
homo nnd she now wishes to see her
parents nnd to renew 'acquaintances
of her girlhood days. Their many
friends In Wnlluku wish them bon
voyage, and safe return to tho balmy
shores of Maul County.
Hon. Mikl Salto, who has been vis
iting Central Maul during the weok,
Is being entertained by Dr. and Mrs.
Kobayashl this evening at their Wal-
luku homo. The Consul General has
been tho recipient of gifts In tho
shapo of calabashes and other Island
souvenirs presente'd by leading Jap
anese merchants of the County seat.
The diplomat will "B0 return to Ho
nolulu by tho Mauna Kea this even
ing. Assessor and Mrs. J, II. Kunevva
will be passengers tonight by tho
Mauna Kca for Honolulu. Tho As
sessor will be nwny about two weeks.
On their return tlroy will occupy one
of the neW cottages built by T. D.
Mrs. E. It. Hart nlso goes to Hono
lulu for a visit to her father.
The movement tn nnrnhnRn thn
farm whero Abraham Lincoln was
borll llllR lirntnnlnil un fnp flint 11n.
000 has been collected and $75,000
moro wanted. Governor Frcnr has
ucen asKcu to appoint a commltteo to
recelvo subserlntlons for thnt mir.
poso la Hawaii.
For eating, drinking, and cooking
Pure, Dellolous, Nutritious
0,,..S AS 0000
aseiSTtiita u. a. pat ornai
BrutiM Omoi, l-I lb. tan
Btk' CkocoUla tuiswMtaMis), (.2 lb. uU
Ccrnui Swwt ChoceUlt, 1.4 lb. uaw
Ter Sale by ' f (cars
WALTIR MKER ft 10. Ltd
44 HICHMT AWAfta IN DUR9PE
Finds Japanese Business
Men And Planters
"I am moro than satisfied to Bay
that the Japancso on Maui nre doing
well in their business," said Japan
ese Consul Central Mlkt Salto this
morning. "The system under which
tho Japanese cane-planters nro oper
ating is satisfactory' to them."
"I returned this morning in the
Mauna Kca," continued Salto. "I
went to Maul to Inspect tho Japan
ese schools uirl the Japanese Inter
ests generally. The Japanese busi
ness men are doing well. The schools
are being run In a systematic way,
The teachers are well liked by tho
parents and tho children,' and har
mony prevnlls everywhere. ""
"When I arrived at Luhalna, I at
tended tho graduation exercises of
the Japanese schools there. On tho
following day I proceeded to Wal-
luku, thence to Waihce, Walkapu,
Kahulul, Pa la, Wnlehu, Kula, and
other places where tho Japanese
schools nre located. 1 was well re
celved wherovcr I went. In many
places the Jupaneso schoo:s aro sup
ported hy tho plantations, which fur
nished them with lumber and other
school material. Some of tho schools
recelvo financial assistance monthly
from the plantations. ,1 received
some Hawaiian calabashes from Mrs.
J ml go Kalua, and I value them very
Consul Salto, who Is booked to re
turn to Jupan in 'the America Maru
with 'Madam, Salto, went to Maul to
see for the, last time the oxact ,con-dltlonof'-the
Japanese.' on that Isl
and. Ho Is satisfied with what' he
hud seen, and on his arrival at Ja
pan, ho will be In a position to give
tho Minister of Foreign Affairs a
complete and detailed report on the
(situation of tho Island Japanese.
Although Salto would not state
what position he will hold after he
has returned to Japan, It is generally
understood that ha will bo made the
Chief of the Immigration Bureau un
der tho Department of Foreign Af
COPIES ON HAND
Tho U til lot In In In receipt of tho
Honolulu, Hawaii, July 31, 1908.
Editor, Evening Bulletin, Ho
Dear Sir: Tho subject of tho con
servation of Natural Resources has
entered on a now and actlvo phase.
The National Commission appointed
by tho President on Juno 8th Is hard
at work and a number of State Com
missions havo nlso been appointed. In
connection with the organization of
tho'Terrltorlal Conservation Commis
sion of Hawaii, It may porhaps bo of
Interest to your readers to know that
there are bllll avallablo for freo dis
tribution, a limited number of copies
of the Juno Issuo of "Forestry and Ir
rigation," containing a full report of
tho Couforenco of the Governors hold
ut Washington In May. Copies will bo
sent prepaid on application to tho
Mailing Clerk, Box 331, Honolulu, Ha
waii. Very truly yours,
RALPH S. IIOSMER,
Superintendent of Forestry.
Bulletin Bniineti Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
IN FIM rtlo
0A1L1 REPORT 0V BA
Friday, July 31.
KAIIULUI Sailed July '30:
S. S. Virginian, for llllo.
Saturday, August 1.
YOKOHAMA Sailed July 31:
S. S. Manchuria, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 31:
Schr. Ilorcalls, from Mahukona,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. 1:
S. S. Siberia, henco July 2C.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Aug. 1:
S. S. America Maru, for Honolulu.
PORTLAND Arrived Aug. 1:
S. S. Bucranla, henco July 21.
HILO Arrived July 25:
Bk. Albert, from Port Gamble, via
HILO Sailed July 29:
S. S. Indravelli, for Portland, O.
a a e
(Continued from Pae li
tho box In place of Rcuter, tho latter
going to center field. Renter has
thrown threo balls to Murakami when
Lemon camo Into tho box. Tho first
ball thrown was also n ball, nnd Kan
kl vvns forced home. Hlgo strikes out
Jones gets a single to left, nnd
steals second. Fern flics to left Held.
Renter singles to right and Jones goes
to third. Jones comes homes on a
balk, and Renter goes to second. Ka-
maloplli ran to first on a foul strike
nnd was called out. Renter was
caught between second and third on
tho line and was sent back to second.
Hamauku struck out.
Lota goes Into tho box for tho
Kams. Ahashl strikes out, Sasaki
gets a single to right field. Taknhama
tries to bunt, stepping over tho plate
Mid being called out. Sasaki steals
fcccond. Snsakl swipes third. Kankl
McKenzle strikes out. Lemon flics
out to left field. Vannatta files out
Fukuda flies out to shortstop, Ko
vania Is snfu at first on an error. Abo
tiles out to pitcher. Kankl, running
for Koynma, steals second and third.
Ho tries to steal home but Is caught.
Ross gets a slnglo to right. Jones
Mies to center field. Fern Hies to cen
ter field. Reuter walks, and Ross goes
to second. Ross steals third. Reuter
steals second. Lota strikes out.
Furakama walks. Hlgo bunts, and
takes second on an overthrow, Fura
kama going to third. Ohashl Dob out
on a foul to flrBt. Sasaki gets a three
bagger to deep right field, scoring Mu
lakanla and Hlgo. Takahama bunts
and Interferes with the ball. He Is
called out. Kankl gets a single to
left, Bearing 8asakl. Kankl steals
second and takes third on an over
throw. Fukuda flics out to shortstop.
Hamauku flic's out to first. McKqn
zlo goes out, pitcher to first. Lemon
walks. Vannatta strikes out.'
Koyamn grounds out to first base.
Abo strikes out. Murakami walks,
but was put out trying to steal sec
ond. SIXTH INNING
Robs Blngles to center field, and
Jones flics out to left. Fern flics lo
rlflht and Holder drops ball. Ross
goes to third on tho play. Dick Reut
er sacrifices, bringing Ross home and
Fern to third. Lota flies to center
Hlgo Is hit by a pitched ball and
sent to first base. Ohashl beats out
a bunt, advancing Hlgo to second. Sa-
bakl sacrifices, advancing Hlgo to
third and Ohashl to second. Taka
hama flies out to short. Ohashl Is
caught out on second.
Hamauku flies out to short Mc
Kenzle beat out a bunt and took sec
ond on an overthrow. Lemon flies to
third and McKenzle Is put out playing
Kankf walks. Fukuda grounds to
bbort and Kankl Is put 'out at second.
Koyama flics out to first base, Fukuda
being put out.
Vannatta flies out to center. Ross
Is out from short to first. Jones la
out from second to first.
Abo wnlks. Murakami grounds to
pltchor and Abo is thrown out at sec
ond. Murakami safe on fielder's
choice, but goes out trying to steal.
Hlgo Is out. pitcher to first.
Fern Is safo on Holder's error. Rout
er strikes out. Fern is caught asleep
and put out. Lota strikes out.
"It is around the Fourth of July,"
said Mark Twain at a recent dinner,
that tho magazlue editors got their
Christmas stories done.
"I dropped Into a magazine office
tho other day. The editor, in the
midst of our chat, said: 'Excuse me
a moment.' Then he turned to an
" 'Milton,' ho said, 'have you got
the Christmas stories started?'
" 'Qh, yes, sir; 1'vo seen to that,'
" 'And the nuthors . are pushing
right on steadily, eh V
" 'Yes, indeed,' said Milton. 'They
are cramming In enthusiasm and lo
cal color In gobs a'nd hunks. They've
hired a room In an icehouse, you
know, and I send tho office boy twice
a day to jingle a set of Blelgh bells
under their window.' " ' Washing
Furnished house. 1713 Beach Itoad.
Apply on premises. 40G7-tf
Saturday, August 1.
Stmr. Noeau, from Honokaa and
Kukulhnele, 5:05 a. m, '
Stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman, from
llllo and Maul, 7 a. m.
Friday, July 31
Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Pedersen, for
Kauai ports, E p. m.
Stmr. Claudlne, Bennett, for Maul
ports, D:05 p. m. i
P. M. S. S. China, Frlcle, for San
Francisco, 0:20 p. m.
Saturday, August 1,
U. S. S. Milwaukee, Itodgcrs, for
Honduras, 2 p. m.
Am. bk, S. C. Allen, Wilier, for tho
Sound, 11 a. m.
Br. Stmr. Cralgvar, for Comax,
11:30 a. m.
Ger. stmr. Aleslo, Arnst, for Port
land, a. m.
z : n
rer siinr. Mauna Kea, Freeman,
from llllo nnd Maul portB, Aug. 1.
Queen LUIuokalanl and 2 servants,
Consul M. Salto, Prlnco Cupid, Miss
C. Hart, Mrs. M. Hart, F. Hart. K.
Bruns, Miss C, H. Scay, W. W. Thay
er, Mrs. W. Thayer. W. J. Kyle, Mrs.
W. J. Kyle. Miss E. Chllds, Mrs. E.
Sheridan, C. J. Day, Mrs. C. J. Day,
Master. II. Judd, Miss L. Williams,
Mrs. F. C. Stone, Mrs. Oco. Desha,
Miss R. Pua, Mrs. S. C. Dwlght. Miss
J. Fern, II. A. Peterson, II. J. Lyman,
l. a. Andrews, w. rrotenhauer, W. J.
Duke, Sister Susanah, Miss It. KapC
na. Master C. Cash, Mr.,T, Kekoa,
Mrs. Allenberg, Geo. Brown, D. Kca
mer, H. Roth, H. 8. Evans, F. W. Mil
verton. Miss E.. Osorlo, Mrs. Marcal
lino, Goo.Rddlek, Mrs. G. Rodlek, E.
A. Baldwin, H. E. Cooper. J. M. Steel,
Mrs. Jr M, Steel, J. M. Osorlo,. Potcr
Leo, G. N. NagiiBa, Mrs. (l.'N. Nagust,
D. Motoshlmo, W. Brlggs, S. McFar
lane. Jno. Bryant, W. A. Wall, Dr. S.
O. Walters, II. R. Bryant, Mrs. Bry
ant, J. C. Burgess, Mrs. Ueggs, K.
Kaeo, A. Kaatia, A. Purdy, W. J. Mac
Nelll) Mrs. W. J. MacNelll, Master II.
Gavlgan, Dr. Kobayashl, Mrs. Kobav
ashl, Mrs. E. II. Hart,- Miss O. Hart.
J. Llghtfoot. D. II. Case, Miss M. Bat
lentyne, J. II. Kunewa, Mrs. J. H. Ku
newa, P. L. Weaver, Miss I. Weaver,
S. Sakagawa. II. P. Baldwin. II. Mc
Cubbln, O. Campbell, J. D. Almoku,
Miss R. Otis.
Per stmr. Chtnn. Frlatn for Ann
Francisco, July 31. O," C. Swain and
wife. Miss Ethel Banham, Geo. Bates,
Miss Julia Klumpke, Mrs. Whiting,
E. A. Bowers. J' Tl Rnln nml wlfa
Herbert A. Eagln, Geo. W. Reynolds!
Tanic urimley, Mr. R. Fester and H.
The Columbian, which Is shoitly due
here from San FrancUco, clipped X
day off tho freight record between
New York and San Francisco on her
last trip up, from tho Isthmus ofvTo
huanttpeo fa. Ban Fraiiolsro.i Bho. de
livered freight which Vraj'Jnii 20-invB
from New York. V
THE MAUNA KEA got in Jthls
morning on schedule time, with a'long
list of passengers, among them return
ing yachtsmen from Hllo. Sho lute tho
following cargo: 1 horse, 1 crate) pig.
cons, 1 bag coin, 2 boxes pigs, 2 empty
drums, C boxes chickens, 9 bales awa,
10 bundles bags, 16 packages vege
tables, 17 bags empty bottleB, 20 bags
taro, 25 empty kegs, 30 cords wood,
35 bags cabbages, 80 bundles hides, 73
PURBER PETE PHILLIPS of tin
Mauna Kea reports the following sug
ar awaiting shipment on Hawaii:
Olaa, 44,426; Walakca, 7000; Hawaii
Mill, 7E00; Wnlnnku, 15,000; Onomea,
26,499; Popeekeo, 16,000; Honomu,
25,000; Hakalau, 16,000; Laupaflbehoe,
15,000; Ookala, 7000; Kukulau, 3000;
-Hamakua, 6000; Paauhau, 15.000; Ho
nokao, 5800; Kukulhaelc. 6600; Pu-
uaiuu, 6541; Ilouuapo, 5000.
THE NOEAU arrived this morning
from Honokaa and Kukulhaele, with
nO tl&HSenCPrR. RIlO huH n rartrn ....
follows: 3900 bags sugar, 38 tons,
scrap Iron, 3 packages sundries, 5
empty wlno barrels.
THE CRAIOVAR. whlph n, ar.
uected to get avvav t.-mt nvmiino .ii.i
not leave her dock until almost noon
louay. ono saneu lor Comax, to get
a" load of coal for the Orient.
THE ALASKAN rota nurnv n,-..
for Kahulul to load sugar, liefo'ro leav
ing this place for Sau Francisco on tho
THE BARK S. C. Allen oiin.t ii.i.
morning at 11 o'clock for tho Sound
to get another load of lumber.
THE SCHOONER I.llku Id nn 11,
marine railway, being painted.
THE ITALIAN stpnmni- t,ii
visit this place in October.
William H. Bavnn. fnrtnci- nmaMM
of the Cloveland city council, and nt
one time renubllcah oamiiiintn tn
mayor there, died as a result of in
juries causea oy Deing run over by an
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to Tonnelf and let m IiniM b.t ..
noe, rowing-boat, or yaoht which too
have in mind.' Wo'll 1,a it 1j-
in no time, and the price 'mil be to
low that you will wonder how we out
do it. We've done it, however; to
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Work,
juag near Aiapai.