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'EVENINQ'nULLETIN.MtONOMJLTV.W HiTratDAY,TU(.."7ri!oSr,'""'r"'" "-tcitt, 'Vi r "r
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Hawaiian Staled Second,
Honolulu Chapter Past Mas
ter Most Excellent Master.
Pacific Third Deniee.
Lei Aloha No. 3 Regular.
All visiting member of the
Ortlor ore cordlallv Invited lo
attonrt meeting! of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE.JTo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Me.-U every Mimdii evening nt
T:30 In I O O F Hill Fort Street
E II. HI3NDHY, Sccfotarj.
hen r icisnns. n g
'AH vlnltlng biothcts verj cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d nml Ith Tucsdi
ot each month at 7-30 p m at K. I'.
Hall, fi'iner Foit and Uorotanta Sts
VMtlng Hrothcm cordially welcome
W I, LYl.E, C 0 ,
T ALDKON, K of H & S
OAHU LODGr. No. 1. K. of P.
Meet even dist nml third Fri
day evening ut 7 JO in K ot P llnll.
ooiuer Fort and Ilerctaiil.i. Visiting
brothers cordliill) Invited to attend
A. O DI313HINO. C.C ,
JAS W. W1I1TI3. K It S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Hnnplulu Loelgo No C1C, 11. 1. O
E., will meet In tholr ball on Kins
roar Fort Street o cry Friday eveti-
Uy order of the 13 H :
I113NHY C 13ASTON,
WM. II. MclNERNY. K 11.
Wbi, M'KIHLEYjrOTHJE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every oaiiiru.ij tiramh -7:50
o'clock in K. of I'. Hall, cor
Flirt and lleretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially lnlted to attend,
w. l. FUAznn, c.c,
13 A. JACODSON, K II S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and Ith WKD
NESD Y evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K of P Hall, corner
Deictanta and Tort streets.
Visiting 13nglcs are invited to at
tend. V I. rRABCH, W., Prest.
II. T. JlOOIin, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Jleets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A II. AHI.niOlI, Sachem.
A 13 MUHPHY, C ot It.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAM0T0, Manager.
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM TARL0R
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. K0TEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE TINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spaic Ribs,
THE CRITERION CAFE,
WRverley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGINO AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in V. '1 Paper, Paints, Oils,
etc. P. 0. Box 144. 221 No. King
St , opp, Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
357 Berotania St.
If A flettsi Beer Than
It CI 1 Cl
Has Been Made, It Has Not
Been Put On Sale.
You Can Oct Rainier at
If vou need Rubber Goods, i
pet " .bust
Tort and King Sts,
x'-'-tAwru. jtcifr i'.-. Mwn3buktur
When jou get
ui to make
Our $25. suits
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
C. 0. Hottel is authorized to collect
and receiut for the undeisigncd.
A. R. Rowat. D.V.S.
Tor The Home
On Onr Easy-Payment Plan.
BER0STR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Phone 339.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made end painted leather
,. .. .. .
jittwauuu news, low-
ers and Fruits, at
Alakca St., bet. King and Merchant.
PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS.
rresh Every Morning from Wahiawa.
ALAKEA STREET, near KINO.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin qIvcb a complete summary of
the news of the day,
in s ij .' i . i kJ mu k
S7w - i)Hli n
I They cost no mora than
u other brands-
1 CHAMBERS DRUG CO., S
I ,ea t
mCK AND GENERAL
A Bulletin Want Ad, never
fails to find the needed tenant.
Krnost Parker of Walloon jlnvvnll,
came don n tojaj.
Pnrndlso of I'ntlflc Fket number
for sale at nil newsstands.
Mr. mid Mih .1. H. (Jalt eluintd to
day from their trip to llnv.ili
If n butter beer than ltnlnler Is
mado It bus not been offered for sate.
Col. nnj Mis Samuel FaiKcr mid
ciaughtcr woro urrlvnls this morning
Call 3 ft I or 41, day or night, for
Manuel K. lllcbaids In bis now Frank
K. Abe, the Acting Clnsul. Is In
chnrgo of tho Japanese CoiiBiilato (leu
crnl In Honolulu.
Take our carriage or uutomoblle
to Hav.-ili.iu Cnrrlago .Minify Co. lor
up tcMlnto repalis.
Delegate Kublo and hl secretary.
George .McClennan, called on tho Oo
ernor this inornliig.
A Clartley, mnniiger of tb'o Hawaii
an l'leclrlr Couiiaiiy, letuined th.i
uiorntug f nun Knual. .
II. W Kinney of Ibo II it lie tin
LtalT, left on tho Claudlno for a two
weeks vocation tin Jlnul
Pblp. Hums was arrested last clon
ing1 b Chief of DelccllU'H Kalaklela,
and held for Investigation.
(1 II. Fnlrcblld, manager of tho
ilakee Sugar Company, n nnuing
the arrivals In tho steinier Nllhnii.
Mrs. A .1 Lon Is spemllng tbo
mouths of August and September with
General and Mrs l)nlB on Tantalus.
llx-Oovcrnor Ocorgo It. Caitcr. nc
companled by Mm Carter ami famll.!,
letuined today from Hawaii In tin
U. H. District Attorney H ,V Ilioik
ons came back todaj fiom Hll.j, lie
was ncrompaiiled b ihi Hnckoiu
Havc jou seen it? Tnc new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
OflW Specialty Co , Ltd.
Ilcmcnibii that Maj's Old Kona cof
fee b sllll the best that you inn get
In Honolulu Itoasted nml ground
frish ewi day Phone 22.
AttoriiMs William II. Castlo an J A
It Drown who have been Wslt.n.; In
Hllo and at the Volcano, voic anion!
ill, pattc'iigcrs on tbo Mauin Kea
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
A p.ut of tbo fiirnltiiio for the in
McKlnlcy High School has arrived
Superintendent II ibbltt Is enthusiastic
over tho work that has been done on
Theio will bo extraordinary values
finiipil next week at Sachs In
etinpery fabrics, lead) to wear apparel.
u lining suits, nml suitings. Don't fall
to Fro them
Tho giand clearance, bale at Hloin's,
which was bo well p itronlzed last
week will bo continued for nuotber
wool: with greater i eductions than
ever In prices,
Then- is nothing so delicious for n
"".m "men or supper ns a nun or
I """I'H 1!r,,llc1 Mackerel. Alvva.vs
I lend for Instant use, and unsiirpisred
In flavor Ask vonr crooor.
Mis. Louie Stncey will Iccttuo to
morrow (Siiiida) afternoon at 4
o'clock at tho Ait League rooms on
Free Masonry, Socialism nnd Chris
tlnnlty; their lelatlon to each other.
Winn Vina Is u now drink put on
tho market by tho Consolidated Soda
Water Works Co. It Is a elellclnu
beverage luid much resembles giupj
Tho Hegnl Choaton Sbpo lids n ftuli
ionablo modelling of tho uaiiow loo
and shaiilng oftho vamp which mark
the leading cus'tom stle for l'JOS. See
It at the licgal Shoo Store.
Tho "All Ameilca" Is a IiusIiicbii
man's fchoe, built for comfoit and
wear. It Is ti.ncnt, natty shoe and n
veiy papular one. Price, $1, at t'ao
Maniifacluicrn' Shoo Co, Ltd.
Secretary nf tho . Tei rltory K. A.
Moll Smith, popularly known as the
small fanner of Walalae, icturned to
his nbodo of rustication jesterdny nf
lornoon, auer Bpenumg mo nay at
work In tho HnccuIIvu building.
A. McDowell, who was found ill link
on I ho streets Ohterda, pleaded gull-
t to n chnigo of drunkenness liLfoio
Judgo Andiado this morning nnd was
released em probation when bo told
tho court that. It had been Mx jeats
Elnco ho was In r.ucb n placo befoio.
Ah On, supposed to bo onu of a
gaiu' of petty thlovej, was caught at
the count tool house In Nuuanu paik
cstcrday, and held for Investigation
by Chief of Detectives Kalaklela Tbo
man has been living In tho bonne
Klnco his rclenso fiom Jail, whe'io ho
bad set veil a turn for stealing chick-
Wong Sir tbo ChlncbO whoso wife
was nnested csterdny for selllns
llepior without a llcciibo, ns n icsult
of a raid at Walpaliu, was aircbted
this morning on a warrant swoin nut
by Inspector Feuncll, em a chnrgo nl
keeping llepior for bale In violation ol
the law llo will bo tried before the
maglbtrnto at Pearl City.
A cableginm was iccelvcd this
morning from A Hocking, stating that
nn firimmrn wns done tho property of
I tho Hongkong btevvery dining tho re-
cent typuoon which wrecKed bo many
places In that city. Tho cablo wus
iccelvcd by Mr. Dirtlett nnd shows
that tho brovveiy pioject Is piitlcular
lv fortunate at tho outset.
Cable advices woio icrelved Ibis
morning from San Fianclbco, giving
Quotations on Panuhnii sugar stock, a
limited amount of which bold In tho
California clt this moiiilug at $10 M
ex dividend, which Is Bomovvhat bat
ter than pilces paid locally this fine
noon Hero, n snlo of a snnll riuantlt
wns mado nt $19 37',4, Including tho
ijyf BULLETIN ADS PAY
OYBTHH HAY, J, I, Aug., 7.
etntemcut to tin! effect that Tnft was not responsible for the order being
Ifsiied for the disbanding of the companies of negro tioops Implicated In
the Rhootlng up of Hrownsvlllo.
HARRY THAW BANKRUPr
PITTSIltmO, Pa, Aug. 7. Hurry Thaw has llled a petition In bank
uptey. He places hi) HnnllltioH at two liutidicd thousand dollars.
BITTER FIGHT ON STRIKERS
WINNIPHO, Manitoba, Aug. 7. Tho railroads nre preparing for n
long contest with their Btilklng cmulojcs. They aro impoitlng men to
take the places of tho strikers and hnve (undo no attempt to nriiihgo u
confluence with the Btrll.e lenders.
HOSTON, Mass, Aug 7. Tho Pjtlilui convention In hcsslon licro
linn Bclcctcd Milwaukee as the next gathering place for their convention
CHICAGO, III, Aug 7 Tbo r.illioads (entering here have refused
to grant nny reductions In the fares for delegates to be presenkat the llry
nn notification meeting.
LONDON', Hug, Aug 7. Ten of
the Mile End palish were convicted
FORMER PREMIER IS DEAD
llnlv. Aug 7.-Mnriiils
New Honoka? Building
To Be iitarted
I-ver) thing Is in u ldluesi for the
commencement or remiiuciioii vvorie
on tho Honokiui kdioolliniiiio nil I In-
wall, mid no tlmi will be lost So1
dlio Is tliu need ol tho schonlhouxo
there for tills ruining tt i ill that' tho
Honokna Plantation Company donated
one aero of laud, alu.ul planted ill
cine, em which tin teliool building
building will be euuipo.ied eif four
loon-r, and tbo cunliactor will stuit!
work on It light ava).
wniio it u "cms num. inu jnp.ni-
CbO bCIUIOl l,ll))lu
have olfcicd tho use
of their bid'ellus for tho purposo of
holding classes, and tho Leeuni peo
ple, according to u letter iicelvid this
morning li) Supoilntendent llabbttt
have alto offeicd tho iibeiof their
So Mb' il v III bo conducted all the
time ilia the now icliool building Is
under cuup-e of constiucilon
TEACHER'S COMMITTEE ,
Thero will bo n meeting of
Teacheih' Commltteo In tho looms of
tho Hoard of Public Kilucntltm on
Tuesdi moinlng nt 9 o'clock for tho
puipoic or considering more nppolnt
lncnts Almost nil ot this wink bus
been cleaned up, but nt tho time of
tho llrtt announcement of appoint
ments, theiu weio still about tlility
plaeos to bo filled. Tcacheis who,
although they failed to get a passing
guide In tho examinations, had a
falrl good recoid, will bo given 2a
chance In thesa positions. It 1b prnc-
tleally ImposslUlo for Uio noma ol
IMucatlou tei get moio teachcis fiom
tho Co ibt at the present tlino.
CALLS ON FREAR.
A Spaiilanl with his six cblldicu
cillcd on tbo Governor this morning
with n talo of woo. Ho wns ono of n
number of Spaniards who camo to
tho Islands last car. Ho stnted that
ho wanted work, that ho hail been
unable lo find any, nnd that ho would
prnliibly otarvo unless he got au'op
pmtiinll to earn bomo money jon.
Governor i'renr Is looking Into tho.
THAANUM-KUHNH At Hllo, Aug. 3,
190S, b Itov. C. W. Hill, D. Thann-
urn of Hllo. to Ms i Ho Kiilins, of
OUT- BULLETIN AD3 PAY -pfe
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
President Kotnovelt lias Issued n
the officers of tho municipality in
of grafting today.
dl lludlnl, a foimcr Premier of Italy,
flABLE -REPORT OF SAN
Monday, August 3.
SAN FHANC1SCO Arrived Aug. 1:
S. S. Arabli. heucu July 22.
SAN FltANClSCO Snlled Aug. 1:
S. S. Arlxonan, (or Seattle.
MONTKHKY Anlved Aug. 3:
S. S. Itosecrnns, with barge M on le
ery, iiencu July l'J,
kahiii.III Anlvid Anu a;
s. S. Alusknn, henco Aug. :
Tuesday. Aunust 4.
MONTHHUY Sailed July 31:
Sp. Falls of CI do, for Honolulu.
JIONTlHtHY, Sailed Aug. 1:
S. S Itosccrans, with Monterey, for
3ALINA CIIUZ Arrived Aug. 3:
S. S. 'lexan, from Hllo July 20.
AHnmrl!iu Ann. R 1QfiR
nKW YOUK Sailed. Aug. 4:
lk, Nuuanu, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Aug. G:
S. S. Hougkeing Mum. for Honolulu.
SAN FHANCISGO Sailed. Aug. E:
U.SAT. Sheridan, for Honolulu.
HILO-Salled, Aug. 3:
' H. S. Virginian, for Sallna Cruz.
MAKAWIH.I Sailed, Aug. 4:
1 Sell. Aunlo 1". Smile, for Astoila.
Thursday, Aucjust 6.
lhAN FnANCISCO Arrived Aug. C:
S. S. Lurllno. 11 n. in , hence July 2D.
SILO Arrived Aug. 1:
S S Entirprlcu, from San I'uu
Friday, August 7.
SAN FltANClSCO Arrived Aug. G:
3 S China, henco July 31.
tSKATTI.n Al rived Aug. fl:
. s. Arlzonan. finri Sn IVnnclsco
POUT S N LUIS Balled Jul 31
S. S. Lansing for I'ermhr.ii
HiilhlJAM. h.UICil Aug 0:
S, S. Manuka, fur Honolulu.
O CHURCH SERVICES
I'll st Methodist Kpiscopil Church
Di.vld v. Crime, p if tor. Sunday
bchoul, 9,4.' u in. Morning worship,
II o clock. Kftrmo.l liv thn n.lsloi. "A
(jlCii nt Ilcavem." Hpworth League,
G:.10 p. in. Hvculng wnishlp, 7:30,
beriuon b tho pastor "Law ami
Giace." Prof. Lewis will piosldo at
tho in gan and elliect tho choiiis choir.
Special music will bo tendered. Tliiuo
having no ulliei chiiith obligations arn
cordially Invited to meet and worship
' Central Union Church Men nliig
vvuishlp and holy comuiunlon ut 11
o'clock; the assistant minister will
preach, biibject "Tho Ftcrnul Woith
wlillu." Tho Christian Knduavoi So
elety will meet nt i:30 p. in., subject
'Why nnd How to Ho Hcnlthy. I;von
Ing worship at 7.20 o'clock; sornuti
liv the assistant' minister, subject
! Tho Catholic Church ot tho Sacred
Heart, Maniucsvlllo (Piinahoii) In
chugo of Iltv. Father Clement. To
i monow, Augiibt 9th, 11 n. in., high
mass, heimon, collection. 3 i. m
ltosaiy, Sunday bchool.
The Catholic Chinch of St. John tho
Haptlst), Kallhivvaeun, in ohaigo of
Jluv, Father Clement. Tomoirovv, Aug
ust 9, S 30 a. in., high mass, sermon,
collection, Sunday school. I p. m
Ooiniin Lutherlan Church Pastor
'Fulniy. 9:45 Suiuliy school; it
..o'clock, service. Sunday August JOth
no scivlco. ,
I novel nor Frear bus lioen kept pret
t) busy nil moinlng working em mat
tors for tho coming elections, He Is
working out'pieclnct schemes and
jflp"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
ctc often blamed for annoyance that
f, 3olely due to poor eyes or poor
Get properly fitted glasses of
BAY RUN OVER AND
Manuel Andrade's Head
Crushed By pake's
Manuel Andiado, the 14-jear-old
mn of Manuel Andindc, n lilucii
f ml til, wns inn over mid seriously In
jun d by a dray driven by Ah Clicc,
a Chinese, neat the pumping station
In Pal una, this morning about '.'
o'clock. As a result, oung Amlrado
lies at the Queen's Hospital In a bc
lious condition, and Ah Chco Is dc
lalued ut tbo jail iiwnltlng the out
come of the Investigation.
According to Ah Chee's statement,
he did not tee the boy until his nt
teiilloii was nttinctcd by others who
1 - ,.,-j
taw tho accident. It appears thatiMUs i f'nm.r. L. Aehlllix. P. Ai.hll
Andradn was riding on the side or thollcs Master J. Gait Master C Gall. K.
wagon, which was loaded high with Paiker, CIkih. Ilorswall, Capt. Geo.
bay. He was sciccncd fiom tho driv
el's hlghl by this hay. Losing his
balance, ho toppled, and Seized the
l.a to have himself. Tho uppei p.yl
of the load came down with Amli.ido
and ono leal wheel of thu wagon
passed over him.
The police were called In. Tho In
jured ho, unconscious, was taken lo
the hospital, nnd Chco to thu lockup.
At the hospital it wns learned that
the bo)'s Injuries wcio sciious. The
wheel had passed over tho base of his
skull, and lie was in u htato of iiiienu
hcloiiMiess nt noon, cffcut3 to revive
him being unsuccessful. 11 was fc.il
eil that the base of the. skull had been
Tho statements of other witnesses
bear out Ah Cliee, that ho wns not In
n position to seo the.boy who wns rid
ing on his wagon.
hii. .uu.; ula nriivcu mis
morning at 7:30 o'clock. Sho brought
epilto u largu number of passengers,
many of whom aio Honoliiluaus
Among tho latter vvcro Mr. and Mrs.
It. W. Hieekons nnd ilaiigliter, Col. and
Mrs. Sam Parker, Mr, mid Mrs.
Gceugo H. Carter, W. It. Cnstle, Mis.
F. J. Woods and F. Klamp. The
Mauna Kea brought tho following
freight: 1 automobile. 1 crate tin
kers, 3 ciates ccleiy, I bags coin, 7
bags cocoanuts, S bags nwa, 9 boxes
chickens, 12 bands empty bottles, 15
picknges vegetables, 19 bags tuio, 20
cords .wood, 25 bigs cubbagos, 20
empty kegs, 135 packages sundries.
Till: Ki: AU IIOU arrived this
forenoon from Hnnalol with 440 bags
lice, 2S0 bags padd, 11 bundles hides,
1 barrel tallow, 1 bundle casting nud
12 packugea Bimdrlca. Puiser Vlorra
reported tho following sugar em
Knual: M. S. Co, 3000; K S M ,
250; V. K fiuO; G A. It., 1700; Mnk.,
20,598; H. M. Co.. 301); L. P., 323S.
CAPTAIN W. G. LKALi: of Sin
Fianclbco turned over his steamer
Carolina to thtity visiting teachcis
fiom Hawaii for a trip around tho bay.
Tho paity wns taken lo different
points of Intcicst about the bay
shore, and mado an Inspection of the
Union lion oWikB,
PltOMPTLY AT 5 o'clock estcrday
afternoon thu transpoit Ilufonl left
for the Const. Fred llurpo, foimerly
a piivato In thu hospital coips, who
Intended to tuko pixsago In her, was
detained nnd will bo turned over lo
tho local nimy olllclals.
PUUSHH HAIIT or tho steamer
Nllhuu, which arrived this moinlir;
fiom Kauai, reports having uxiiei
lenced considerable hvvcII at Anahola.
Tho llttlo Btcamer lirought 0100 bags
of sugar, 8 picknges sundilci and 2S
Till: SCIIOONHIt Annlo Johiibou,
which an I veil ut Hllo Irom tho Ccnst
has commenied dlschuiglng and will
sail for hoi homo pent on Wednesday.
Till: T. K. K. 8 S. Ameilcn Maui
Billed for tho Orient ut 4 o'clock es
teidu ufternoon with Consul nnd
Mis'. Satin as lusscugciB.
THI3 HAnK Wilght Is nt Muhuknna,
taking In ficlght, Shu will leave for
San Francisco nfter her hold has been
Dr. A. J Derb will lonvo In the
Mnnchiirlu. Ho will letutn homo In
Jho samo steamer, August 31st,
Tho Denver & Klo Grnndo Ilallio.nl
company, tho Hlo Grande Western
Hnllroad comnany and nil subsidiary
iiillway companies In Colorado und
IT Mi It with I It ii iivnimllivii or' t In- Ilin
IJtiih with llm exception of the Illci
Oinndo Soullmn, hao been meiged
Into ono eompaiiy, to bo known us the
Denver & Hlo Grnndo uinip.iuy, vih'ch
will Issue JKiiiflOO.OOO lu bonds nnd
$88,000,000 In btocks.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
,t. r. .j.
Saturday, -August 8.
Stmr. Ko Au Hon, Tnllett, from
Knual, 8: 25 a. m.
Stmr. Nllhau, Oncss, from Auabobi,
9:R2 a. in
Friday, Aug. 7.
T K. K. R. H. Amerlrn Mnru, FIN
liner, for tho Orient, -i p. in.
Stmr. Clnudlne, lleiiuett, foi Maul
mid Hawaii, S p. in.
U. S. A T. Iluford, for San Frnn
Cisco, 5:20 p. m.
I PASSENGERS ARRIVED I
Per Btmr. Mntimi Ken, from Hllo,
Aug. S II. C. llavvl, Mrs. Hawl, Miss
M. llnwlc, S. McCall, Mrs. McCall, K.
T. Cooper, .Miss McLean, Mrs. Mc
Lean, Miss McLean, V H. Castle, A.
Ill llrovvn, Mrs flaggy, ; Miss Andievvit,
Miss Carrol, Miss M. Coulter, Mix. S.
Miyamoto. Master K. Ml.vamolo, V.
Tonne), Mia 11. 1). Tonney, Mrs. II.
Koouan, .MI?h M. I. Mojcr, Miss V.
Pariott, Miss N, Moore, II. L. Moirls,
It H. Haguct, J. Jnrrett, II. McKen-
, ..in i:. T. unscper, I. I'cteis, U.
Kennedy, C. P. Kllliiirn, M. Shafer, A.
Hliiifcr, II. lliodeilck, .1. Lapjiln, C.
lli.vncs, V. Sabey, C. Frcfiio. Muster
M. llolle, II. Lewis, H. F. N'tchols, Miss
M. Campbell, Miss II. Campbell, Mis.
Geo. Freeth, Mis. 8. Parker, Sam
Parker and Beivnnt, W 11 .Inck, L. P.
Scott, V. Weliu Ich, W. A. Kinney,
Mrs. H. Klpl ami lufniit. Miss H. Ken
wit), Miss P. Cook, J. .Mc-Maveli, F .1.
Nobilga, Mrs. Nolulga, Ng Yeo Tick,
Master Hairls, Mis. W W Harris,
Master Hough, Geo ltlclianlfon, Mrs.
(1, IllclinuUon, Mrs. F .1 Woods, Miss
1. Waldiou and maid, J. Young, A. H.
Arnold, Jim. Woo, It. V. Hiickons,
Airs. Hnckons, Mlts Ilreckons. Miss
Miller. Geo. W. Cnir, Miss II. Achilles,
Mrs. (1. Aclilllcn, Geo. H. Caitcr, J. It.
(Jalt, .Mrs J 11. Gait, Miss H. Caitcr,
Clark, Miss M ltestnrlck. Miss P. Wil
lis, F. Klninp, A. A. Wilson. II Hoit
leld, Mrs. J. A Hintfcld, Miss S. Hurt
feld, Miss A. Waal, Mlrs M Nobrlga,
Mis. G .It Ciller. Mis C lloisvvall.
Per stmr. Nllhau. Ouess, from Ana
hola, Aug S. (1 It. Fall child, S. Ha
imimoto, Mrs. Humamoto ami 4 chit
Per stmr Ko An Hon, Tnllett, fiom
KiinL Aug 8 A. Gnrtlcy, J. I. Whit
tie and 5 deck.
I KASSb.lNUt.Hii UtS-rtteifcU
Per stmr Chudlne, Hcunclt, for
Maul and Hawaii ports, 5 p. m. Aug. 7.
MlbS.A. Hopper, Miss L. 13 Perkins,
MlbS Amy Audeibon, Miss 13. Niiton,
Mrs. 11. II. Heme. Miss O. Crews, Mlsi
M. MacWovvn, C. G. Ilnrtlett. C. S.
Moses, Mm. L A. Thurston, Miss Au
nlo Dunn, M. I). S. Spnuoln, 13. S. Ca
pclas, M. and O. Sullivan, Miss Mary
Mitchell, Miss D. Smith, Miss 13.
Smith, A. 11. Ingalls, John Guild, Miss
Helen Hose, Mrs. J, II. Kunevvu, Miss
Hllnas Halt, Gertrude Hart, J. A.
Aheoug, Mrs, Kekuowa, Miss Kelsey,
M. Schnrtlii, L. Schmidt. Dr. Noigauul,
Llzzio Spencer, Mrs. J. II. Hunker, IL
W. Kinney. 13. V. Wclncrt, Snlol. Sin
Kea, Joo Dento, Geo. Apo, Mis. Lilly
Alio, Mrs. Dalmur.i, Agnes Knlelopin.
Mrs. S. 13. Lucas, ltobt Hughs, Miss
Anderson, Miss D. Guild, Mrs. I. um
Sul nnd 2 children, Mrs. Fastlna Anlu.
Per S. S. Amerlcn Mnru, Fllmer, for
tho Oi lent. 4 p. m. Aug. 7. Alfredo
Ferrcyra, Dr. Kobayabhl and wife,
Jos. II. Funster, Consul Salto nnd
wife, Mrs. G. 13. Gulm nud child.
Per M. N. S. S. IIlliml.ui, Johnson,
for Snn Francisco, Hug. 11. Etigono
Duvauchcllo, 13. F Nichols, H. A.
White, Mies M. 1. Mocr, F It. Werth
mueller. Miss Charlotte H.ikcr, 11 11.
Christum T) L Wlthlngton .1.13 lllg
gins, A II. Hiowiik, Haiold Giles Miss
C. A. Tlsdalo, Sam Wight, Mrs. H. T.
Moore, S. C. Kennedy, Miss I3ntou,
Miss N. Knton. Misses Olsen (2). C.
Nimcs, John Vivichavcs, J. It. Paiker,
Miss J. C. Show. A A. P. Held. Mrs.
A. A. P. Held. Miss Held, J II. West.
Chns. Mayhugh. Mrs. C. M. WclraMr,
Harold Gnvlgan, Mrs James MIlTer,
G. A. HlggB. Mrs. O A. Hlggs.
Per P. M. S. S. Manchuria, for San
Finncl.sro, Aug. 9 Mm. S. 13. Hal
stead. Mm A 11. Lackland, Miss C.
Clowe. Hdiuund Hedemann, W. J.
K'jle, Mrs. Kle, Miss Cnsslo Ilco. D.
L. Wlthlngton. Miss Jutletto Ather
ton, Wm C.irdem. J. I. Curilen, Mrs. S.
I Alexander, A, II. Hiovvn, J. A Vogt,
MIrh Jeslc Goodwin, Mis. 13. Flagler,
l.ouli, Itoscnthal, Mri. McCuio. Miss
QtcCiiuu Master McCune, Mrs. II, J.
.MelTord, W A. Mills, II. S. Fisher. J.
A Oilman, Miss Ccudelln Oilman, Mlsa
Mmgeiy Gllmnu, Mr. nud Mrs. II. S.
Neamans. Miss Julia Klumpko, Ailhur
F. Gnv C. Du Hoi, J. L. P. Hobliibou,
Mis. Iliooke. Mis. Lewis and 2 ctilt
elicn. F. It. Werthmuellor, Mrs. W. 13.
Dodd, Mls 1 Gertz, S. H. Parker, Miss
IIIolso Child, W. C. Achl. Jr., Mm. 11.
Howe, Miss F. Hall, F. II. Angus, Mr.
and Mrs, Hall, Miss Violet Damon,
Mlsa Towlo, Miss Y, Perrln, Mis. 13ve-
Ivn C, Morgan, dipt and Mm S. II,
'miliums, M. Gie-en, 13, Parker, Mrs.
S JohiHon, Helen Johnson, Finucls
Johnson, Mlba Helen Glbbs, Miss Maiy
GlbbB, S 13. Slide, F. M. Johnson,
Mrs W. A. Shoildan, J. I). Dole, A. W.
Nolto, Mm, John Coleman, Miss Cole
man, Mrs. Orkeabuigh, S, McCall anil
wife, Mm L. II. Dn'ggy, Miss A U
Canoll, Miss Dorn Aiuleibon, Mm.
M.ugaiet McLean. Mrs. McLean and
daughter, Miss M, Coulter. C. M.
Cooko. Mr Peiry, II. 11. Chrlbtl.m. Dr.
A. J. Derby, Miss Julln Gullck, L 13.
to youTself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have J it ready
jn no time, and the price will be so
.. - . - -
ow jj V0JfcT how we can
j .r w,, i- u v
,do U'wnlrc ve done "' however; E0
Charles D Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,