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ft.V i BVEKINO nULMCTW, HONOLULU, T. H TUH8PAY, AUG. 11, 11)08.
f n I I LOCAL AND GENERAL
I mm! W linm If A Bet,er Bccr Tlian
Rose Croix Special, 7:30.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All tsltlni? members (it the
Order nro cordlnll) Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY I0D0E, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7::o In 1. O. 0. F. Hall, Tort Street.
13. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
HEN. F. V1CK13US, N. O.
All visiting brothers cry cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Sleets eory 2d nnd 4th Tuesday
of ach month nt "-SO p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort nnd llcretnnta Sts.
Vhltlng llrothera cordially welcome
W. 1. I.YI.E, C. C ,
:'. WALDUON, K. ot It. S. S.
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets over) first nnd third Fri
day evening nt 7 30 In K of I' Hall,
rornor Tort and Iloictnni.i. Visiting
brothers cordlall) Invited to attend
A. G DKERING, c c ,
JAS WHITE, KltS.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge Xo. 01C, II. P. O.
K.wlll meet In their hall on King
near I'ort Street cvciy I'rlday even-
11 order of the 13. It.:
HENRY C. 13ASTOX.
WM. II. MclNERNY, K. It.
Win. H'KIHLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets cverj S.iturdiy evening nt
7:20 o'clock. In K. of I Hall. cor.
Tort and Ilcrclunla. Visiting broth
ers cordlnll) tnltcd to attend.
w i. ritAzi3n.ee,
13 A J C011SOX, K It s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meeti on tbo Jnd nnd 4tli WED
NCSDAY evenings of each month nt
7:20 o'cloclt In K of 1 Hall, corner
I3rctanla nnd I'ort streets.
Visiting Eagles are lnltcd to at
tend. V I.. FRAZEE, W., Trcst.
11. T. MOOIU3, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every flrht nnd third Thurs
day of each month nt Knights of
Pjthlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A It AHI.I3IGH, Sachem.
A 13 MURPHY, C. of II.
Pacific Photo Gallery
But and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAM0T0, Manager.
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand nt
IT HOTEL ST.
F. &. Nagami
Kodak Developing-, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Huuanu & Bethel,
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE TINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Sparc Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Waverley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jubing A Specialty.
Dealers in W ii Paper, Paints, Oils,
etc P. 0. Box 914. 821 No. King
t., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
' done by the
with thoir new FRENCH
257 Beretania St. Phone 1401,
Has Been Made, It Has Not
Been Put On Sale.
You Can Get Rainier at
If you need Rubber Goods,
They cost no more than
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Fort and King Sts.
" You save!
When ou get
us to make
Our $25, suit,
$ 30. up.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
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 undersigned.
A. R. Rowal O.V.S.
For The Home
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERG3TR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Phone 339.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
PINEAFPLES AND BANANAS.
Wholesale and Retail
Fresh Every Morning from Wahiawa.
ALAKEA STREET, near KING.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day,
- - UUw( ,.,anfoMh. -, -t. ..i.-HMiUilik.-iHlJiAZiu1rt, .. aafc'Oa.. M
Bulletin Want Ads. find serv
ants, houses, watches, dogs, or any
thing else, either lost or wanted.
13dltor Shelii of tho Hawaii Slilnpo
Ik ill nt his home.
l'aradlso of Pacific Fleet number
for sale nt all newsstands.
Call 301 or 41, dny or night, for
Manuel K. Itlchards In his new Frank
M)stlc Lodge No. 2, K. ot P., will
meet In K. of P. hall this Tuesday
eu'iilng nt 7 30,
High Sheriff Henry has staled that
hu has no Intention of chnstng the
roimty Sheriff's Job.
Excelsior Lodgo No. 1, I. O. O. R,
will meet tu Odd Fellows hall thin
Tuesday evening nt 7:30.
Hao n tender chicken for dinner.
Tho Metropolitan Meat Co. wilt sup
pi i on with something good.
Tako jour carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., tor
up to-datc repairs.
Prlnco David's will refers to n pro
vision for tho Princess, but this Is as
far as It goes. No actual provision Is
Tho regular monthly meeting of the
trustees ot tbo Cbnmbct of Commerce
will bo held tomorrow afternoon at 3
Soma of tho handsomest shirts over
shown In Honolulu nre now to bo seen
In tho windows of The Knsh Co, Ltd.
Evcr)onu Is admiring them.
Have you seen it I The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co., Ltd.
Tomorrow lias uecn named as n
holiday by Governor Fioar, nnd It Is
pinliaulo that nil thu Tetiltnrlal de
partment offices will bo rinsed.
Tho bojs of tbo Toriltnrlnl Mes
senger Ken Ice have snip und go In
tliolr composition If )ou have n let
ter to tin delivered ring up .KM.
Hitpoilntcndcnt of Public Works
Marston Campbell Is preparing plans
md specification for icpalrs to be
made to thu courthouse- at Illlo.
When a cigar as old as tho Owl Sc.
cigar Is still popular, J oil can depend
upon It mat tliero in merit In It Ask
for the Owl nt M.A. (lunst & Co.
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this olllce for Ave
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
i.umuiid II. Hurt, clerk of tlio Hoc
oii,l Circuit Court, who has been visit
ing In Honolulu, returned to Maul to
day lie was accompanied by his
A. Ilium Is making this week n rec
ord ono for values In his grand clear
ance sale. There nro big reductions
In every department, and many added
Plro Insurance Is nn anchor to wind
ward when tho brenkcrs nro ahead. It
comes when 5011 need It most. Insure
Willi iiue of our tellable companion.
Hawaiian Trust Co, I. til.
If there Is not lellef In thu t-li.lpo of
slight rainfall In tho next Tow d.rvs,
Superintendent of Public Works Mars
ton Cnmpboll will shut thu water oil
except nt stated Intervals.
There Is no need of having dingy
old walls and ceilings In vour house
when u few- pounds of Dckorntu will
mako Ihcm fresh nnd new. Ask for
It ut Lowers & Cooke, Ltd.
Maria Klmeuto vvns taken to Jail
lust night, chained with lusnult). Shu
hhowH tho effects of u beating, though
It Is not piohiblo that this has any
thing to do with her condition.
Klchl Sucnagj, n soiing student of
Puliation college, wns jcstcidny com-
missioned as a pollco officer by Sheriff
laukca, to act as Japanese interpreter
about tho pollco Btntlon and pollco
13 W. Jordan has suggested to Sup
erintendent of Public Works Marstoii
Campbell that explosives bo set off In
oidci that rnlu may ho caused to fall,
nnd tho water fanilno situation thus
J. A. Gonsnlves, accused of offering
for s.ilo pictures of questionable moral
Influence, vvns absolved of tbo ckaigu
In Pollco Court this morning, Insuf
ficient evidence being offered by tho
Judgo Do Holt's court Is tho only
ono In nctlvo session In tho Judiciary
building these du)B. Thu Supremo
Court Is sitting, but with Chief Jus
tice Hiirtwell away, very llttlo busi
ness is tinnsacted.
Dr. Hrinekerholf, Dr. Cofcr, Attorney
General Hcmcnway and Secretary
MottSmlth were) closeted with Gov
ernor Frcnr for considerable tlmo this
morning, piesiimnbly on business con
nected wit htho United State I.epro
barium nt Moloknl.
Tho now plans for tho Alakea street
wharf shed nro nearly completed by
Superintendent of Public Works Man-
Ion Campbell. Ho vvns forced to re
ject all tho bids on tho former plans
on account of lack of fluids, and tho
11 nvvplaus nro for tho "barn," as tho
Superintendent sadly lemnrks.
A social will bo given this evening
by tho Chilsttnn workbiM of K'Ulhl In
the new hall of Knllhl church. P
commences at 8 o'clock. All tho bun
day school classes will tuko pari In
tlio program and good singing Is na
sureil llidho who will attend. No
charges will bo tnuilo.
Another raid on tbo slopes of
Punchbowl hi ought II vo offendeis lo
Judgo Andrndo'H rourt this morning,
charged with gambling. All ploadid
guilty mid vviro fined $3 and costs.
They vvero Americo Illvlcrrn, Podro,
Itlvlerrn. Francisco Blerrn. Fiunclsco
Mcrcardo, Julio Phllllppo. Forty
cents and dlcu woru offered as evi
F. Ottmcyir, nn Incorrigible, who
has been often In Jail before, wns
handed out nlnn months by Judgo
Andrado this morning, fo'r vagrancy.
Ho was found slcoplng under tho
grandstand nt tho Kaplolnnl Park wild
west arona, and living by tho charily
of tho prlsonors who go out to break
rock In that direction ovoiy dny, Oil-
mever Is a dwarfish fellow of a pecul
iarly perverted appearance.
Pollco wore called 011 to rostoro ord
or at a meeting of IfJOO doposltoiR of
11 San Francisco hank which went lulu
tho hands of a iccclvcr.
'Frisco Dynamiter fought
8AN FItANCISCO, Calif., Aug. 10. Peter Clnudlanes. tho Greek fu
gitive, supposed to bo the man who djnamltcil the house of former Su
pervisor Oallnghcr in Oakland, was raptured today In Chicago.
1 m 1 i
PINKERT0NS TO GUARD STRIKE-BREAKERS
WINNIP130, Manitoba, AUg. 10
which a strike hns been In forco has
for Its shops here, and Is bringing
THEY MAY FIGHT IT OUT
OTTAWA, Canada, Aug. 10. It
bo no Government Interference In tho
m i 1 m '
IN REORGANIZED TURKEY
CONSTANTINOPLE Turkey, Aig. 10. The rcorganlvitlon ot the
Government binder the new constitution Is proceeding satisfactorily. Tho
Turkish Ministers nt Paris, St. Petersburg. Washington, mid Madrid havo
been recalled. Somo of tho officials who hnve lost their positions under
tlio new conditions hnve committed suicide.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Aug.
fied tlio Trades Federations that 11 lockout will bo declared against nil
tindes-workers unless 11 satisfactory settlement of tho present labor trou
bles Is entered Into.
ROYALISTS WIN AT TABRIZ
TAHItlZ. Persia. Aim. 10. Thorn
- ..... ..n,.....n ...... ....
between tho Hovnllst and Parliamentary troops. Tho victory lay with
tlio Hoynllsts, who have le-cstnbllslied themselves again as masters of
RAILROADS SUPPRESS COMPETITION
WASHINGTON. I) (' . AllIT- 10 Tin. Tnvnu llllr,,l (,.lul....
.- ........, .. , . . .. . ., ...... .(((.,.,,, VJ11J, 1,1,0011,11
has forwarded n complaint to tbo Interstate Commerce Commission that
slxly-sovcn railroad lines have entered into a conspir.ic) to suppicts com
WRIGHT MADE GOOD FLIGHT
LI3 MANS, France, Aug 10. Wilbur Wright, tho Dajton, Ohio, acrn
i.iiut, made another successful flight with his ncroplann hcio today.
OF IAUKEh MATTER
Tho County Fathers, through their
committee, met ug.il 1 ihlu niornhu
and took up tho laukca I Mil Investiga
tion. Since thu Grand .iuij report of
tho Intikca-Isol matter the commit
tee, consisting of HupiivlKiirs Atelier.
Ke.ilohu nnd Fern, weio sunievvhal
doubtful about going iincail. It Is said
Hint tho ev ldenco heforu them Is some
what similar to that reported to tho
Teriltorl.il C5r.mil "Jury nnd on that
account some of them thought I hoy
were simp!) wasting their tlmo In
probing tlio matter any fiirlhi 1 Ono
of them Is r 1I1I to bo In favor of tak
ing no further action In thu Investiga
tion. Count Attorney Cnlhcart was not
picstnt todn) mid thu Investigation
wns roiidnetid by Assistant County
CAPT. CARTER'S CASE
Lieutenant Coiutirinder J. F. Cartel
lornicrly of the Naval Station here,
who assaulted Reporter Mooie. was
this morning allowed an extension of
tlmo In which to file his bilcf befoio
the Supreme Court. Ho, was given
twenty dajs more. Attorney Prosser,
who represents him, Is nt present
deeply engaged In tho contest of thu
Dreler will, and therefor has not hnd
tho time in prepare mid submit III 1
RAIN MAKERF0R MAUI
Assistant Superintendent of Public
Woiks Kluegal left on tlio Manna Ke.i
this noon for Maul, where ho will
study tho water situation there and
mako u report to Supeilnteiidcnt
Campbell. Ho will bo gone until hu
hns bud tlmo tii go thoroughly Into
tho mutter, in order that somo sort of
relief inn) be planned out. If possible
Temperatures 0 a. in, 71; S a, 111,
70; 1" 11. 111, 7S; noon, 79; moiiilug
Hitromctcr, S a. 111.. 30,05; absolute
humidity, S a in, r, !l8fl grains pei
cubic fool; relative humidity, S a m
02 per cent; dovv point, 8 n. in., 02.
Wind fi a 111., velocity 10, direction
N, 13.; 8 11. m, velocity 2, dlicctlou
N. 13.; 10 11. 111., velocity fi, direction
N. 13.; noon, velocity 17, direction
Italiifall dm lug 24 hours ended 8 a.
111., .00 lurli.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 1fi8 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN.
Section Ulterior, Weather llurenu.
Siipeiliiteudent of Piiblln Instiiu
tlun Babbitt was up to his c.us lu
work this morning, and wns almost too
busy lo sny "Howdy." Ho, with tlio
Teachers' Committee, litis been plac
ing tho tiailiers Tor tho remaining
thirty vncant nrslgnmoiils. Thei-o will
not bo ready for puhllcitlo uiintll to
morrow, ho stilted.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
.i.,,, - . , ,
Tho railroad company ngnlntt
called for one thousand mechanics
Plnkcrtons to guard them.
hns been announced that there will
strike ot Winnipeg.
1. Tho Employers' Union has noti
linn lipnn lin.ivv Ht-l, tl,,r- !,,- nr,i
THE MANCHURIA, whlrh sailed lit
o o'clock jostoriU afternoon foi San
Francisco with n largo number of Is
land people, was given 11 good send
off. Tho baud vvns In attendance nnd
plajed several llvd selections for the
benefit of the passengers. Among tho
p.itsengers who left weio Captain
Wndhams, surgeon nt Fort Shatter,
who goes to San Frniiclscn to tako ex
aminations for promotion, and may
return with tho lank of major. Ho
was accompanied by Mrs. Wndhams
Tho Misses Pcntrlce nnd Muriel Camp-
nell went 10 San Iianclsco for 1111 ex
tended visit. Mrs Georgo Petklns.
who 01 senator Perkins or California,
returned In In r homo after .1 pleasant
vlvlt In tho Islands. Attorney With
Ington left for tho East on business,
accompanied by Attorney Ilrown of
Washington Mrs. Ilrooke, wife of
Pav master Ilrooke. formerly of tho
Naval Station, und who went nway
.with iiui Atlantic licet, departed for
1 Washington, I). C, accompanied by
her little daughter. Jnines I). Dole,
tin! pineapple mail, went to the const
,in business connected with plneapplu
distribution. W C. At hi. Jr. sou or
Altnrnev Aclil, is 011 the way tn Stan
foul L'ulvcislty to tnko n law course.
STANDING at attention when "K!
nilgai n," Die Japanese nnllieni, wus
being plnved by tho Hawaiian band,
tho Kelo bnjs. In uniform, left for
Hllo nt 12 o'clock todav In tho Mniinn
Koa. Tho departure of tho flagship
wns witnessed by .1 1 irgo cinvvd, prill
clpilly Japanese, who weio Ihero tii
cluor the luseb ill bojs. Tho Kelo
bo a expect lo visit thu Volcano be
fore. Ihey tetiirii heie. Among thu
pj'sengers were golf phivcis und vo
rami visitors. It. W. Shlnglo arrived
lifter the gumplank wns lowered, llu
boarded tho steamer finiit tho noit
1 PROMPTLY AT 10 o'clock this
luoiulng tho Mat so a Navigation
rle.imer Ullonlnn loft for Snn Fran
rlsco, c-iriyl'is u largo number or
p-isrctigerH and Height fioiu this port
At !i:3'l o'clock tho Hawaiian hand
pl.i)-d nt tho wharf. This attracted
In l,u go crowd,
FOR THE KONA Hrts tho Mauna
,Loa left nt U 110011 as usual, Sho fol
lowed tho M.11111,1 Kc.i shortly after
the appointed hour, Sho hnd n nlco
load of pnsscngeis and freight.
THE LITTLE steamer Nocau sailed
today for Hawaii ports. Sho took a
nice load of fi eight for thu Ulaud
EDWARD SEWALLIN PORT
Tho American ship Edward Sew all,
Captain Quick, henco April fith, lu
ll veil ut Delaware Ilicakwater today,
t'B toported by tho Merchants' Er;
eh inge. This makes her 12S das out
for tho trip around tho Horn. HI10 Is
0110 of thrco big vessels whlrh left
beio for thu breakwater about tho
tamo tlmo, und thu second to nuhe.
Sho carried a partial ciigo ot sugar,
with soniogeneinl ficight. making out
11 full load.
L0WRIE SUIT COSTS
(Continued from Pace 1)
dtopped, 01 wns thrown out of cnuit
when Lowrlo fulled to put up $lfi,
non to scttlo tho costs ot thu court lu
e.ibo he should loso.
Now the question of costs of court
has again arisen, and tho nttornojs
for tho defendant havo filed their
iiieinoinndum, Thoy maintain that
thu actual dlsbuisemeiits und thu ut
101110)8 fees lu iissunipslt should bo
divided pio i.itu among thu defendants.
tc often blamed for annoyance that
it, solely due to poor eyes or poor
Get properly fitted glasses of
" "da i r-2 -s s i si
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to j 10 i'jdi id tu n ,-, m r, 31 1 'n
I I II
II 3 10 J.!' S 0.V 8 71 10 V) 3 W 1, .11 Jll.fs
ii I -MS-O IfO ! JO II 15 S IS 0 TO J -W
I I I
11 l.n.9 13710 10 114.' Ill (U HID
I :m 1 I
II ISM Ml ll 110 Ji S OJH '10-J
n r.11 1.1 hi oh 11 vi ftn'r. a mm
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l'i ft ' 1 J. 7 0 l I ir. .,-, 11 n -it 10 i
II I I I I I
Full 1110011 Aug. ltth tit G:3f 11. 111.
Hawaiian ttaudard time is lu hour
19 minutes slower than Greenwich
lime, bolng that nt tht merldlnu of IB,
loeroo. 30 ndnutoa Thu time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m, which Is the same
M Qrceiiwlcli, 0 hours 0 mlnutos. Sun
tud moon nro for local tlmo ,'or thf
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, August 11.
SEATTLESnllcd Aug. 10;
S. S Ailzoun-i, for Honolulu,
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived Aug 11:
U S. S, Alimedu, 3 p. ill , hencu
IlItlSHANE Arrived Aug S:
S. 8 Miunnia henco .Inly a"
UELAWAltE IlItEAKWATEIt Ar
lived Aug. 10:
Sp. Edward St wall, henro April fi.
SAN FHANCISCO Ai rived Aug 11.
S. S Alesla, hencu Aug. 1.
SAN FIIANCISCO-Salled Aug. 11:
S. S Siberia, for Honolulu 3 p. 111.
Tlueo new ollle rs were elect
f ed at lliu meeting of tbo Nation
f :il Guard of Hawaii at I lie lliiuga 4-
low last evening. .1. M. Ken ie-
f fclgned .1 shoit tlmo ngo ns Cap-
tain of Company G, nnd I). II.
Knne was last night elected In
his place. Ho has held tho post-
Hon of III st Lieutenant In this t
f Company, and to II 11 tho vacanr)
f left by bis advancement, his f
biothcr, Louis Kane, was m.ulu
f First Lieutenant. -f
f S. L. Kekiituano resigned as
f Second l.leuten int nnd Oeorgo
f Knir.ittl was elected In his place.
f No othei business of linpiirtiiiico
f was transacted at tho mooting. -f
At tho election of Compiuy F
f of tho Nntlonul Guard of Hawaii
f last night. II. P O'Sulllvan and
Eddlo Hopkins weio respective!) -f
f elected first and second Ueuten :
f nuts of tbo company. Captain .1. -0
- A. Thompson win present and
-f clKcred his bo)s ufler thu clee-
f tlon. -
v After tho election tho com- -f
f panics vvero iisbcmbhd mid -f
inarched down In Auln ti.uk;,
f wheio the) vvero snhjecled to
haul milling b) Col. Zlrgler.
After tho dt III Col. .legler rom-
pllnienlod Ihe olllceis mid men
foi their elllclenc).
FREAR MAY MAKE
Governor Ftear Is tontemplatlng
making another change lu the Second
Precinct, Honolulu. Ho may dtvido It
Into tlueo precincts, putting all thu
Territory ubnvo King street this sldo
of Kiilmukl lu one district, and nit be
low King lu another. This would
make thu Second divided Into thrin
parts Instead of two, ns foimerly
planned. Ho Is nlm rousldoilng di
viding tho Twelfth of tho Fifth In two
(Continued from Pace 1)
I, (Ii.idlng, Mlilptutflu Institute,
cmitrn t for ?!'lf; ronliiictoi, Petey
fi. Contiact for stalls, Mldpai lliu
Institute, contract for $1350; 1011
ti actor, I.uias.
li. Thu Calhollc School, rontrmt
not yet let, hut piohably lo bo lot
within tho next few tlajH to the Ha
waiian llallastlug Co. (J.ipuncsc),
Fiom this. It will bo seen how much
of tho work goes tu Otloutnls. AH
of these Jobs weio let on sealed bids,
contracts going without partiality tu
All stonowoik, ptiiLtlenlly sppnK-
lug, In this illy, Is now itouo by .lap-
iiiicso. Tho I'm titgucso, who furnish
labor lu this lino also, uto not very
satisfactory, to tome, and oven
whoio 11 Fottugucro eontrnctoi- gels
11 Job hu generally emplojs Jupniieie
Thu Oileutal carpentois 1110 also
coming up well, its the) nio lellnble.
Monday, Aug. 10,
P. M. S. S. Manchuria, Saunders, for
Snn FinnclEco, 5 p. in
Slmr. Ko An llou, Pedersen, for
Kauai, D p 111.
Tucsdny, Aug. 11.
Stmr. Mnun.i Ken, Freeman, for
Hllo, 12 noon.
Stmr. Mauiu Loa, Blnonon, for Ko
nn, 12 noun.
M. N. S. H. Hllnnlnii, Johnson, for
San Francisco, 10 n. 111.
Stmr. Mlkahaln, Tullett, for Mulo
kal, fi p. tn,
Stmr, V. G. Hull, Thompson, for
Kauai, C p. tu.
Slmr. Noeau, Mitchell, for Hawaii,
J PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per stmr. Mnuna Kca, Frciiiinii, fir
Illlo nud way ports, 12 noon.-. I I).
Kokl and wife, Mrs. Saml. Wilde.-,
Mrs. llallou, Mrs. Lnnghortie, Mts.
Schultrc, L. Allium nud wife, It. vV.
rerM.11 V. N. Potter. Geo. Deiilum,
Miss Heltman, Mrs. LIIIIo nnd servant,
Mrs. It. N. Corlmley, .Miss Llelle. W
II. Campbell, A. Young, It. MCor
rlston, Dr. A. Sinclair, wife and child,
.Mrs. M. A. Hnyvvood, Mrs W. II. Oar
well, Miss (.' Hnj wood, C. II. Kluegal,
A. N Castle, Chas. Haswtll und vvlfo,
Mrs. It. Iveis, .Mrs, George I) ivies,
Mrs. Herbcil, Mr. Hastings, Mls llei
belt, Mrs F. T. P. Wntcihousu and 2
chlldieu, Mary Y. Monro, MrB. Murlon,
Miss E. Morton, Miss 13. J). Guerrcin,
Mi's. II. E. Hendrlck, Mlrs Guerrero,
Capt. Iliitnphrey. Mr. Hnlch, Geo II.
McLell.in, N. C. Hnyvvood, C. li. Ileal,
0. Saiibslut, C. L. Ithodes, Iluv. .M.
Hull. W. II. Hoogs. Jr.. Hrs. 13. A.
Guerrero nnd 2 chlldien, MIhs L. N,
Kokl, Miss II. Nahiiolelii.i and 2 ehll
dren. Miss Allco M.icfarlane Mlsn II.
Hiigeut, Mis. It. (1. E. Forster, Mrh.
I alichlld, Mrs. F. Klamp, daughter
and malil, Mis A. W. Itlrh.irdsoii,
Miss L.von, MIsb II. Fox, F. E. Sleeio
nnd wife. II. D. Mend, II. It. Mncfui
kino, ,Ir, nud wife, Miss II. Sovcrnnco,
Miss M. L. Ilo)ii, .Mis F.iiiuIc Love,
Mlns Emma Hall Sa'.ih Kauwcuiole',
L M. VcttleMin, .1 II. ICunow.i. W. A.
Kinney, Mrs. F Woo Is, Miss Nichols,
Miss Shnrictt, .1. It. Hums and wife,
Sam Kiaekiiahlwl and wife, Master
John Homer, Mrs. Winter, E. H. Hart,
vvlfo and 2 children. Dr. Muriay nnd
wife. S, M. llallou, It W Shingle, (1.
P. Wilder, Dr. I.-inghorne. II. G. 13.
Foistei, Geo. ltlcliardson and wife.
Per P. M. S. S. Manchurh. for Snn
Francisco, Aug. 10 Mrs. S. 13 ll.il
Blend, Mrs. A. II. Lackland, Miss C.
Clowe, Edmund Heilemnnii, W. .1.
K)le.JVlis K)le, Miss Casslo Iteo). D.
L. Wlthliigton, Miss Juliette Athor
ton, Wm. Garden, .1. J. Caidtn, Mrs. S.
1. Alexander, A, 11. Ill own, J. A. Vogt,
Miss Jeslo Goodwin, Mia. 13. Frazlor,
Louis Itobcntlial, Mrs. McCmic, Mlsa
McCune, Master MeCune, Mrs. It. J
Mefford. W, A. Mlllu. 11. S. Fisher. .1.
A. Gilmnii. Miss Cordelia Glluiau, MIsh
Mnigery Glluiau. Mi. and MrB. II. a.
Neanians. Miss Julia Klumpko, Arthur
F. Gny, O. D11 Uol, J. L P. ltoblnsoti,
Mrs. Iliooko, Mrs, Lewis nnd 2 chil
dren. F. It. Werlhiuiieller. Mis. W. E.
Dodd, Miss I. Gertz. S. It. Parker, Mlsa
Elolso Child, W. C. Achl. Jr., MrB. 11.
Howe. Miss F llnll, F. 11. Angus, Mr.
and Mrs. llnll. Miss Violet Damon,
Miss Towlo, Mies Y, Peirln. Mrs. Evo
l.vn C. Morgan, Capt. and Mis. S. H.
Wadhiims. M. Green, 13 Parker. Mrs.
F S Jnhli'on, Helen Joluikon. Francis
.loliiipon, Mlbs Helen Glbbs. Miss Mary
Glbbs. S 13. Slade, F M. Jnhiiboii.
Mis. W. A Sheiltlan, J. D Dole, A W
Nolle, Mtb. Inlin Co'eman, Mlsa Cole
man, Mis. Orkeahurgh, S. McCall und
wife. Mib L. II. Daggy, Miss A L.
Cnrtoll, Ml3n Dora Anderson, Mm.
Mnigiret McLean. Mrs. -McLean end
daughter, Miss M. Coulter, C M.
Cooke, Mr Perr), 11. I). Christian Dr.
A. J Dc-li), Miss Julia Oullck, I, 13.
Pliikham, Miss llentrlco Campbell,
Miss Mililel Campbell, MIsb l'ln llan.
Pel M. N. S. S. llllnitlnii, Jnhnaoii,
foi San Fianclsen Aug. II. Euguio
Duvaiichelle, E F. NIcIioIh, II. A.
White, Mlbs M. I. Mo)ei. F. It. Veith
iniipller. Miss ('li.iil-t,( Il.tl.ci, II. 11.
Chilstlin, 1) L. Witbiiiglon .1.13 Illg
gins, A. II. Hum no, Haloid Giles Miss
C. A. Tluhile, H.i-ii Wlrlit, .Mrs. II. T.
Moore, S. C. Kenned), Miss Eaton,
Miss N. Eaton, Misses Olseii (2) C.
Niincs, John VlvIehnvcB, J. II. P.uker,
Miss J. C. Shaw. A. A. P. Held, Mrs.
A. A. P Held. Miss Held, F. II West,
Chas. MB)liugh, .Mrs. C. M WoIis't,
Harold Gavlgm, Mrn Jnmf3 Aliltui.
O. A. lllggs, Mrs. G A. Illggs.
Pet Btinr. Mauna Leu, Slniersoii, for
Kona ports, Aug. 11. Mrs. lioswoll.
Miss Ackerinan, Mutter Cowen, Mis.
J. Cowen, Geo. J. Campbell MltB
Auld, Mlbit A. K. Wilson, lluv. W. I'd
my und wife, Mis Nichols, Dr A II.
Eiueisim, Mrs. Eincrton, I.oulbO Ef
Huger, lobn Ellluger.
Per stmr. Ko An Hon, Pedeiron, for
Kuunl, 5 p. m. Yco Chong.
Per stmr. Mlknhnl 1. Tullett, for Mo'
loknl nnd Maul, Aug, 11 Alex.
Hiirlum 111 Chas. Iliichaiinn, W P,
Itolh, C. G llockus, D, W. Amleihon,
1. S. Couuess, 1, A. ll.ilrh, II E I Liu
sen , mil wire, .T0I111 Wiiteihoun' V G
Wnlker, Mis. Mutch, Miss W. 'Iiie,
Mini Nana Cauiphell, J 1), McVi Igh
Pet stmr W G Hall Thompson for
Kuunl, 5 p in , Aug 121 D Wlillo
rnd dimity. Miss Hiiven, Oiullt Wil
li or, Tom Wntth, Chas. Scluoeder,
Chas. J Liidwlgion.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowinR-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll haveit ready
,m no uuic, unci me price win be so
low that vou will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however: o
I we KNOW.
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near AlapaL
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