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Rojo Croix Special, 7:
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members ol tlio
Ordor nro coidlully Invited to
attend mooting of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. T.
Mtmts OTory Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. 0 0. F Hall, Fort Street.
E It UBNDUT, Secretary.
DEN. 1'. VICKERS, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
S MY3TIC LODOE, No, 2, K. OF P.
lleota every 2d and 4tu Tuefday
L of aoh month at 7:30 p. m. nt K. 1.
L H.11. corner Tort and llerctanla Sts.
VUlting Biothors cordially wolcotno j
V. L. LYLE. r c.
V. WALDHON. K. of It. & S
OAIIU LODGE. No. 1. K. of P.
Meuti every first ami third Fri
day evening nt 7:3" In K. of I'. Hall,
oorner Fort and lloiotanla. Visiting
brothers cordially United to attend
A. 0 DEER1NO, C.C.,
JAS W. WHITE. K.US.
HONOLULU LODGEG10. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No C1C. 11 P. 0.
E will meet In their hall on King
nsar Tort Sticot cvciy Friday even
hig. By order of the n. R.:
HENItY C. UASTON.
WJI, H. McINEUNY, E. It.
Vm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofr.
Uoets ever) Satmday evening at
7:30 oTIoclt In K. of P. Hall, cor.
ort and IJeretanla. Visiting broth
ii lordlally invited to attend.
W. h. rilAZEE, c c,
E. A. JACODSON, K R S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY eenlnss of each month at
7:X0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Urtanin nnd I'oit streets.
Vliltlnc Eagles are invited to at
tend. W I,. FHAZKi:, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meats every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. VWtlng hi others cor
dially Invited to attend.
A 11 ARLEIOII, Sachem.
A E. MURPHY, C. of It.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Be:t and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAM0I0, Manager.
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST. TEL. 471.
F. &. Naami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
largiig and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamalcs, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Waverley Block . . Bsthel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
TJcalcre in V!l Paper, Paints, Oils,
etc, P. 0. Box 014. 221 No. King
St.', opp. Aala.Park. W. B Kam, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tlu
with tlwlr new FRENCH
. 2r BereUnla St. Phone 1401,
lias Been Made, It Has Not
Been Put On Sale.
You Can Oct Rainier at
jSIWYlIWra VIGJttVWfctW TW'WWXKflRSW
j If vou ned Rubber Goods,
5 pCr tvcc.t
They cost no more than
j other brands-
I CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Fort and Kins Sts.
'.-ITJ.l,IW.. . tWilt I
When j on got
us to mnke
Our S25. suits
Oi.0. A. MARTIN,
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
light nest to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up ana nave some iun.
For The Home
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC COITIK
MRS E. M. TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Phoue 339.
EDGEWOitTH and QB0ID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
The latent and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
PITOAPPLES AND BANANAS.
Wholesale and Retail
Fiesh Every Morning from Wahiawa.
ALAKEA STREET, near KING.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the newt of the day.
Uf ' .I wGn?MnjSi 1ih I
4 r h
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Want Ads. find serv
ants, houses, watches, dogs, or any
thing else, either lost or wanted.
Faradlso of Pacific Fleet number
for Enlo at all newsstands.
Tiw. 1 .i ii.i u untitle this afternoon
at the departuro of tho transport Shor-
Itobeit Itnwo vns arrested today on
a charge of committing an unnatural
Call 361 or 41, day or night, for
Manuel K Richards In his now Frank
lin automobile. '
Albert McOuin has retained from
Kauai and hopes to locate permanent
ly In Honolulu.
Tako jour carriage or nuiomoone
to Hawaiian Carriage) Manfy. Co.. lor
up to-dato repairs.
.Iciinlo (lardner. a woman, was this
morning nnested for committing an
asH.iult on Ana 1.11, u small n.UUo gin.
.Hill Keanil, arrested as a suspected
ImrKlii. wilt be held Instead on u
chaige of holding np a Japanese pod
illt'i a few nights ago.
The Chronicle. In mentioning tlio
1MI of Admiral Cnpps to Pearl llar
linr, compliments I lu- advantages of
the harbor as a naval lui-o.
On Installments of $3 pr month ou
can putchnFC a Wlilto Famllj Rotary
hewing machlno. lloimy & Co., Ltd ,
ngents. K'Cfi Port St. Phono 188.
Have you seen It! The new Uni
versal AddinR Machine. Come in nnd
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Offlce Specialty Co.. Ltd.
After the pajlng of n dividend of
$2 50, Hnuail.ul Commercial and Sug
ar Company slock this moinlng
diopped roiiiiiiensurntoly fiom 1U
Some or the most swagger rijich
ever made In men's clothes aro to bo
sceii In the Hart. Srliaffner & MarN0elH between Japan anil Atnorlia.
mils at Sltva's Togger.v, King Mieet , ,,,
In Island business or private mat
leiH In which haste Is necessary, jifn
v.lll find ll to jour advuulngo to com
miinlcite b ulreleFK It Is easy,
iliilck and Im xpenslve.
V grind an 1 111 glasses for nlllng
in lu ii scientific, accurate way. All
our vwnk H guarantied to bo first
iluis A N Sanford, gradunto op
ilela'i Ilostou building.
iinttiir photographers will find tho
in w Krench metallic Pclescopes at
ihe Honolulu Photo Supply Co. just
whni they have wanted. They mo
i mall light and compact.
lu the hot weather season, tho man
who owns an Edily lefiigerator has
more c.uiso thnn over to be thankful.
It's then that iiualllj tells. Thco. II.
Davles & Co. Ltd., agents.
At a meeting held this noon, the
Riverside I.eaguo decided to turn
down overtures to play ball with tlio
Honolulu I.cnguo Sunday, and run off
their hchcdulo ns mapped out.
Customs Inspector Dinklago placed
under arrest jesteidny Then. Mnlco,
an eiuplojo aboard tlio transport hlier-
Idau, for smuggling clgais. .ilium
was turned over to tho police.
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.
Sea bathing and tlio day alter may
be always injovd If milk of cucumbor
with elder tinner water Is used lien
son, Smith & Co., Ltd.. sell this prep
aration for the immediate relief of
PUGILIST TRIES HIS
PROWESS ON WOMAN
John Cnbral, also known ns "Joo"
i.ml "Kid" Cnltrnl, who has mured lu
a number of boxing matchc.i lu i o
latolj, was this moinlng nrteslod lor
ttylug out his pugilistic abilities on a
woman. Tho tomplalnt was swoin to
by Mrs. Minnie Will, who was Bliuck
cstetday, It appeals, by Cabi.il.
John Is now In tho cooler thinking
Piobaldy he will concludo that It Is
better to confine his endeavors In this
particular field to tho ring.
GEO. LOW IS DEMOCRATIC. MOSES
(Continued from l'ase 1)
Low. "1 iun win king for Link, whom
I want to seo olected ns our next
Ilelegntu to Congress. I was on Ka
uai a few weeks recently. Whllo
there 1 did my best for tho patty,
speaking to and converting many u
man to bo n Democrat.
"I succeeded lu making Knhlkuo
nainnku of Koloa, a Home Rulo lead
er, a Democrat. Kanlknnlhln, an
other stubborn Homo Rplo leader, of
Llliue,' Is now u good Democrat. In
this connection, I wish to say that I
had tho job of my political career.
Thoy have Blgned the Democratic
cams,' i.ow continued, aim uru io-idojs wno went up io sing ior mo .losepu iuwei.i, ngeu a jears, uicu
day )ookcd upon ns Democintlc lights 'llaldwlns wero held buck to sing for at tho Queen's Hospital thls.aftern 1
In their districts S Kanovvanul of a number of pre-arranged entoitaiii- Horn tho effects. It is believed, of a
Iliiiinlid once a 'iteiiulillciu DIstilct '"''nts. The Claucllnu's caigo contlst- mil sustained whllo he was engaged
Ilanalel. once u Republican nibtiict ()f g ()f jm,pi,H( 10n ,.,. lu fremly reUtllng niatchos wi
Magistrate, Is another new-born nf ,0noy 33 i,a,relB empty bnttleg, lfi Mime friends In Bullck avenue. A cor
Democrat. hogs, 1 hnrso, .10 packages hides and oner's lniuutt will bo held tills after-
"The Hawallans Ilko Link becauso , 120 simdrj packages. 110011 over tho remains,
he helps them In times of need. Wheiij fa , Nuvvel.i leaves a young wife, to
Hob Wilcox, tho llrbt Delegate fio-11 '0,,s "ARNER brought suit whom ho vyas lately iiinn led.
,, ,, , ,; . n .1.1 against Cantaln Hoi Ingsen In the1 Immodlately after tho full In ones-
...... ,."',.' '""""'"
uiiiiuuiij, i.ieciii..iie-. L-iiinu ""
nnd helped him out of tho holo, Tho
Homo Ruleia know this gonerous nnt
of McCundlcss, nnd on that account.
plus tho land policy, thoy say they
will voto for him.
"On Hawaii, especially In the dis
tricts of Puna and Hllo, tho Hawall
ans nro solid for McC.indless. I was
there some tlmo ago, and they told
me, after I explained the whole thing
to them, that they would voto for
"Prlnco Cupid Is not liked by the
lltl.WUIIUIB, lll-.UUCU 11.1 la .... l..u
planteia and not for tho poor peo
ple." On patting, Low stated to tho to
portor that ho wan going to tho flsli
maiket to bpeak to tho voteis.
Japan Denies Seizure
TOKIO, Japan, Aug 12 -The report sont out from London of tho
Felztiro liy tlio Chinese nt C'lilncliuw of ten thousand rifles and two mil
lion cartridges aboard n Hleamshlp consigned to Japanese merchants Is
denied hero. The London despatch slated that tho Japanese consignees
i,ll(i loilectl a vigorous protest with their 'government.
LIBRARIAN SPOFFORD DEAD
WASIIINOTON", I) V, Aug. 12. A. It. SpolTord, chief assistant li
brarian of Congress died nt his home hero today.
Alnsworth Rand Spofford, author, publisher, nml llbrnilnii, was bnin
In 1S25. After noting as asMjclnto editor of tho Cincinnati Dally Com
mercial lie was appointed as assistant Ubiarlan to Congress, assuming
that position In 1801. lie was promoted to llbrnrlnn-ln-chlef In 18H4,
and fcorved as bucIi until 1897, when ho was nindo chief assistant. Ho
was tho author of many booltH on parliamentary rules and l'brnry c.ll-e-
CHINESE GARRISON MUTINIES
HONOKONO, China, Aug. 12. The garrison of ono thousand sol
dleiH at Kohgnau mutinied today, killing their commander and pillaging
the village. They wemed booty to tho amount of one bundled thousand
dollars, which they took with them, Joining the lebel foil cm In tho mountains.
WINNIPEO, Manitoba, Aug. 12. It has been suggested that Sir
Thomas Shaugliness), the president of tho Canadian Pacific raiiioad, ba
asked to act as nrlilliator In the strike now in piogiess between the
eight thousand mechanics In tho ronipanj's shops and tho ralltoad.
SIBERIAN RATES ARE CUT
ST. PETERBIlPlUi. Russia, Aug. 12. 'Hie Minister of Rallioads has
reduced the faro on the Russian rallioads fiO per cent. In favor of trav-
AUSTRALIA WELCOMES AMERICANS
MELUOURNK. Aust . Aug. 12. The Austinllnn Parliament has
passed a formal resolution of welcome to the American Atlantic Fleet
ollleeis and men.
FRENCH GUN EXPLODES
TOULON, France. Aug. 12. Six portions woro killed today nnd
eighteen wounded at the result of u big-gun explosion aboard n school
i i m
DAVIS TORPEDO GUN
110STON, Mcst., Aug' 12 Tlio tests mndo today of tho Davis tor
pedo gun piovod'Smoessful.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
,.,..,.,.,. ,..,. .,
. Notlco Is hereby t.lvcn that Mouse
uock ren ijuoy. i:t.wiu nai, vjaiiior -
iila. was reported ut Bounding August
... n. !.. ,n. .u,...i.yu u, !""
buoj rn soon us practicable.
lly order of tho Llght-Houso Hoard.
SHORTLY A1TER C o'clock vosler-
day nflernouu the transport Sheridan
mm.l,Hl ninm.mil llen.l nml slenmer
Into the harbor, docking at the Naval
Wh-irf nt r. in iiVloek She bad a
okasant tim 10 hi San Fvanclico
L'.1?8?.1.1' .' ' ".' '.' ..all .! .a. ? :
mm in mum unions iier M.rascM
Mis Ilnlsiy and son. vvlfo and sou of
Mis llnlsiy and son. vvlfo and sou of , 'lSaT, h
innilgrattun Inspector llnlsey, mid KUu 0B mi f Ca K Flich I.
Mrs. Noes, vvlfo of Cuatomu Inspector 2",feJ3"' thu White. St'ir 111-S-oyos.
Lieut Onrrett, U. S. A.. for, , now commaiidliit. tho into bt.u lln
merly of thl' city, arrived to bo vvid
(led to Mhs Spalding, daughter of E,
I Spalding, caviller of tho Sprockols
linnlr. Tlwi tr.instiort eiirrti-H .1 full
list of passcugera with Wi In tho
steerage She has a cargo of 4000 I'ort lownsenu iro-.ii uouoiuiu mmusi
tons, and ir.ii.ciu0 In cash Tor Hiiam. 12. with her rudder damaged. Tho
Sho took on about 200 tons of coal Alice Cooko IcR this port on July 3.
before she resumed her voyage to Another ossol which has been out a
fliiam and Manila today. Httlo over tho usual passago time, Is
fxa tho bark Comnado, bouu I for San
THE TRANSPORT Shcildan IsjFniuclsco. which left here on July 7.
equipped with a Field wiieiefcs outntl P11
mid on that account sho cnild not I CCORDINO TO ADVICES received
lalso tho shore wireless operators from tho Orient, tho Pucltlc Mall Com
when she cimo III yesterday -iftir- ijsny will bo given a contract by u
noon. When sho was about GO miles ilch Rcrmnn firm of silk merchants,
off sho tried to communicate with tho lor tho exclusive transportation of raw
ihoio people hero, but according to i Ilk fiom tho Orient to New York, Iho
one of tho olIHerH on board tho trans- iblpnieuts ult'O Including silk des
port, the thoro operators did no. an- lipid for Emopean points by way of
svver. 'Ihe wireless outfit on hiuul New York.
the trnnspoit Is generally uid In the
field. It Is iiurled on tho lnicki of
mules In times of war. Its power does
not leicii a illktnnco or more limn
liny nun auci is iiieiumru nut '".-jYork liHMChaUilIse,
nblo for tinnsport scrvlco. As soon!
as tho tegular tinnsport wireless out
lit Is read tlio Shorlilau will bo
ecpilpped with It.
T11F, STEAMER Clamllno arrived
late this morning from Maul, docking
nt 0:32 o'clock. Sho was delnjcd at
Knhulul, waiting for a number of Ho
nolulu pni.ciigciB who wanted to re-
tut ii in her Ernest Kaul ami Ida
I United States District Court at San
i Fiiuicisco rercnllv to recover $2n00
damages darner alleges that whllo juries, nnd died within 11 shcut poilod.
ho was steeling on tho schooner Dp- A full leport of tho malic. wr
fender lu the h.ubnr of Ilnnolpu, Ha- mndo to tho police todaj.
wallan Islands. II. Smith, tho second 1 '
mnto. sti lick him In tho fnco. (lamer
sl to voiirRPlf nr,A let n build that ca
rnwin.w nr nht which vn
, We i 'a "we'll have.-.it read,
, jn no t-me( and tjle price ji ,B so
I Tnw thnt vnn will 'nnder hnw wr pan
, ,j0 jt w .v d jt n0Wever: so
Charles D, Walker,
Bout and Machine Works,
Kins near Alapal
picked up n broom nnd attacked
I Smith. Tho master and first mate, O
'I' Hansen, ho says, held him while
I Smith beat him in tho fnco. Carncr
Was then handcuffed and Imprisoned.
Tm: UN0N ou, 8tcamor nose-
, c nm, ,)lrk Mleruy ttUl leavo
(h,H nftc.nmn for callfoinla. They
,lnvo u6i,e,i discharging their cargo
.., ,. . .,, r.,Mrl).i ..i. Jrf.
CAPT. WILLIAM FINCH, formerly
'In command of tho Oaellc nnd Coptic,
ViK ueinii.i im- u ic iiuu . ......
'"' ,,, , ? ,i l mi VtVinr . r 1 1 7
lTi'Sonlcil by tho Loid Major of Llv-
l'0"1 w,,h a oU1 n",ln, " 'lpcratt'11
ceitlllcato nnd a vulu.iblu pair of bin-
C... n..nl. n.. !... .nl, 1 I......I..1,. .....a
..eninrs In leeo-llltlon of 1 Is tcivlccl
c''larl.V''c"?"llJV '.'... ... :....:
ADVICES WERE received yester
day by tho MeichanU' Exchaugo that
tlio schooner Allco Cooko arrived nt
THE A.-H. S. S. Nubraskaii airlved
at San Fiauclsco justciday with a
'jarK0 cl,rK ()t Einope.ui and
KILLED !N FRIENDLY
Hon ho was taken to tho hospital, r...-
piicnty Biiffeiing from Intoinal In
L Up in Niiuunu theru Is a vnst
change. Yesterday morning It seemed
as If (hern would not bo enough water
'to but out tho day lu tho reservoirs,
- T'"' "mmlng thoro wero IS feet of
cvar. ! w.nlur lce S. Ni- 4- ?
i"SVT.Lr!,.V",!i t IV.1,'
tullliig." sIlRhtly lu town, but cpilto
hcavllv 1111 In the vullcv.
Tho President of tho Chumber of
Comuierro has named E. I). Tenney,
E E Paxton nnd Wnltor F, Dllllng
ham to leprcbeut tho Chamber of
Commerco at tlio tailff confeienco of
tlio vnilous organization of tho Tel
illoiy to bu held on August 21th.
1 Single or double lenses ground and
i fitted, Absolute Accuracy guaran
t I" A
It, a m, a in p m
3WI2.I 1 n 7 lulu Pi
r, m c ar a V)
3 in 2.1 .1 o-". hi :a : si c r,i l;in
I .il j-ir 3 i'i 'J ."U ll I
:, at r. ji
-I wi.'i 1 .17 in lull IJ
1 i Aim
'. - 1-7, 3 J7l 11 l) ft ,RI c J
1 1 ' '
i, il i.t r. it o mi v. r, . t,st
i i n in
i. v, l a 7 r ii it I im a :n r, la ;i
Full moon Aug. 11th nt 0:35 p. in.
Hawaiian standard tlmu is lu liuuir
30 minutes Blew or than Oreonwlcb
tlmo, being that of tin meridian of lu.
iogices 30 minutes Tho tlmo wnlstle
blovva at 1:30 p. m., which Is the samr
b Orccnvvlch, 0 houra 0 mlMilcs. Sui
and moon aro for local tlmo Tor tin
TABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, August 10.
SAN FRANCISCO An Iv ed Aug 9:
S. S Mexican, fiom Snllu.i Vtur.
SAN FRANCISCO- AitlVed Aug. 10:
U. S. Aux. Aiethusa. hence Jul) .10.
YANCOUVER Al lived Aug. 0:
U. S. Indruvelli, Horn Htlo.
KAANAPAI.I Al rived Aug. !):
K S, Cuhimblnii, hence Aug. S.
II1LO Sailed Aug. S:
Ilk. Annlo Johnson, for San Finn
clseo MAHUKONA- AnlVed Aug. 3:
Schr. II. C. Wilght, f i oin San Fnui
clseo. Tuesday, Auguct 11.
SEATTLE Sailed Aug. 10:
S. S. Ailzouun, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Al rived Aug. 11:
O. S. H. Alameda, 3 p. m., henco
niHSHANK Arrived Aug. S:
S. S. Marnnia. henco July 2S.
DELAWARE HREAKWATER Ar-
lived Aug. 10:
Sp. Edward Sow all. henco April C,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. 11.
S. S. Alesln. hence Aug. 1.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Aug. 11:
S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu 2 p. in.
Vednctday, Aug. 12.
SEATTLE Sailed, Aug. 10:
S. S. Arlznnau, for Honolulu.
FIJI Sailed, Aug. 10:
S. S. .Manuka, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. 11:
Ilktno. 8. O. Wilder, htnto July II
POUT TflWNSKNIl Arrived Allir. 12:
Schr. Allco Cooke, with rudder ilani -
aged, hinco July 3
Thursday, Aug. 13.
KA1IOLUI Arrived Aug. 12:
S. S. Snuta Rita fiom Sau Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Aug. 12:
S. S. Mexican, for Honolulu.
ELEELK Airlved Aug. 10:
Schr. Chas, E. Fulk, fiom Ornj-'a
YOKOHAMA At rived Aug. 11:
S. S. Korea, henco July 29.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Aug. 13:
S. S. Asia for Honolulu.
Thuisda Aug. 13.
Temperatures 0 a. m., 71; 8 a. "i.,
75: 10 ii. 111., 78; noon, 79; morning
llmomcter, S a. 111., 30.01; nbsolulo
humidity, S a. 111., S.140 grains per
cubic foot, lehitlvo humidity, S a. 111.,
87 per cent; dow point, 8 a. in , 71.
Wind C a. m velocity 7, direction
N, E : 8 a. 111., velocity 4, direction N.
I.'.; 10 11. in., velocity 8, direction N.
E.; noon, velocity 8, direction N.
Rulufutl during 21 horns ended 8 11.
111., ,.ri3 Inch.
Total wind movement (lining 21
bonis ended at Ileum, 130 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Uiireau.
NO UNCERTAINTY A8 TO WHAT
DIVIDENDS SHALL BE.
The Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
with assets of over $14,000,000, and a
surplus of over $1,300,000, Is now lesu-
Ing a Guaranteed Investment Contract,
with Ouarantced Annual Earnings
added, on payment of second and sub
sequent deposits. In case of Perma
nent Disability the contract will ma
ture and be paid during life.
It will pay you to Investigate before
taking out Life Insurance.
HENRY WATERHOU8E TRUST CO.,
(7rj5"For Rent" cards en sale at
" Bulletin office.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Oaliu Railway & Land Co.
Tho annual meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Oaliu Railway & I.nndj
Co. has been enlleil for Tnemliiv. Autl-
Vst 18, A 1) 1908, In piiibiiinco of an)
iiiciei oi 1110 uiieciois, unci win 00
held at iho oillco of Tho H. F, Dllllng -
ham Co, Ltd., Stungcnvvald Jliilldlug,
Honolulu, at 11 o'clock a, 111., on that
A. W. VAN VALKINRURO,
Seeretniy, Oahu Railway & Land Co.
Honolulu, August 13, 1908.
IN HI PORIS
U. S. A. T. Sheridan, Stluson, from
San Francisco, 0!30 p, m.
Thunday, Aug. 13.
Stinr. Claiidlne, Hennett, fiom Maul,
nt 9:32 n m.
Stinr. Klnnu, Oregory, for Kntuil,
U. O. Blmr. Rojccraiib, Holmes, for
California, 3 p. m,
Hk. Monterey, for California, 3 p. m.
I PASSENGERS ARRIVED
I Per U. S. A. T. Sheridan, fiom San
i Francisco. Aug. 12 For Honolulu:
Mm. S. I. Durliauk ami t clilldrcn,
family of engineer, Liigluccr Corps;
C. K. Coicland, teacher; Lieut. M. M.
Onrrett, Tenth Infantry: Mrs. R. S.
llnlsey and son, family of Immigration
Inspector; Abner T. Longloy, cniployo
Agricultural Depaitmcnt; Miss Esther
McCall, fnmlly p.i master U. H. N.;
Mrs. F. C. No os, vvlfo custoius em
lilove: Mis. A. C Curtis and two
daughters, fnmlly of posloffieo clerk;
UiMis. E. A. Kltzvvater, Edgar F. Hutch-
n en. First Sergeant, Co. E., 20lh In-
,,., II I II, IllCt UUhll'XIl J.. .... B.l... ...-
"Ifantiy; II. Mylne, milk .Inspector;
i' I' James Davis, Sergeant Co. IL. 20th
Infantry; Cariol Iloiinollj, private, Co.
IL. II. C: (llles Esllnger. corpoial, C'o.
(I, 20th Infantry; John II. Kliby. ser
geant, Signal Coips: Louis Lafltte, (1.
M. sergeant, Co. ll., zuin inianirj'.
For Manila: J. I Asprll, Miss V.
liatloy. Cnplalu Jetio JI. Raker, Mrs.
T. A. Ilaldwln unit 3 children, C. A.
Harbor, Mrs. (loo. Harnett and .1 chil
dren, l)r J. S. llornhelm, Lieut. C. M.
Illaekford. Miss Alma lliewster and
sister, Lieut. Albert M lluinzell, Mis.
(loo L. Iljratn and daughter. Miss
Thomas. Canlnln J. S. Cecil. Captain
LMuishall Chllds, Mrs. W II. Clark and
daughter. Mrs. A. D. Chijtou mid 2
children, Lieut. Peter Courtney, John
A Cioppcr, Hon. A. S. Ciossfleld, Mis.
E. L Dalej and Mlsn Koehler. Mru. Z.
O. Dean and child, Lieut. Julian Do
Couit and wife. Mis. E. II. Do Lauy,
Mis. A. Duebeiy. Lieut. F. W. Fonda,
Mis. J. E. Fulleiton and child. Mrs. P.
W. (Ilovnnnlnl. Lleut.-Colonel Edwin
(lleni. Lieut. F. W. Illover, Mrs. W.
F. L. Huttlgan, A. S. Ilasklns. Mrs. II.
Illnyes nnd ihiuglitor, Thornwell
llajues, J. It. HIIL'ii, Mis. .1. II. Homo
I and daughter. Unit W. N. Hughes,
Jr.. E. T. llutchehou and wire, Mrs.
Idu (I. Johnson, J. K. Kennvdy, F. L.
Landium. Mlts llenlrlco Lurrlsou,
Min. L. U Lavvson, Fiaulelu Level
toff. (1. F. Lovell nnd wife, Harry A.
F. I.jnx, Loulso P. Magulio, Miss Jano
ll. Molloy. Mis. McClollnn and sou.
Lotim Dn Fresno. Mrs. McCluug. Com-
uiniulcr John M. Orchnid, Lieut. Wm.
L. Pntterbon, W. II. Penney, Mrs. W.
I) Phllllpsnu nnd daughter, Miss Anna
Ross, llurton A Seelej", Cephus
Sehultz. Howard II. Spahr, dipt. E. R.
Stuart, vvlfo and 2 children. Mrs C.
C. Sjkes, It. W. Taylor and mother.
Lieut. K. C. Turner, airs. ji. upmgtou
and 2 daughters, Mrs. N. T. Ventorlnl,
Mrs. M. A. Waters, Lieut. II. R. Wes
ton, vvlfo and 2 children, Miss Maud
Weston. Mrs Ettn Wolherwax, N.
Wlttcnbcrger, Russell Wood, C. O.
Wreutniorc, Maurice Ilrulaj, Mrs. J.
II. Careen. Einll Erlckson, Mrs. H. P.
Johnson nnd 3 children, Mrs. Frank
Lop, Mrs. J. N. I.othrop nnd child, Ra
r.idn ..atsu, Oiln Pedro, Wnlnnabi
Sakl, Mrs. O. F. Temple nnd 5 chil
dren, Iienjamlii Ulchacl, It. P. John
ton, James Carsen, Ccnrgo Oelllng,
Sergennt-Major A. O. Wiilden, James
Lolhrop, James W. Ilalrd.
Per Btmr. Clnudlne. Hennett, riom
Maul, Aug 13. C F Robins, L F.
Turner. Mrs. F. M. Wakor.eld, Mrs. C.
V Aslifnnl Mlu Alifnr,l
1 Ua'iley, Capt. llradloy, T. Jenkins. F.
M. Mniger, D. L. Austin, II. It. Mac
failane, O. P. Wlldor, Judge Wlb'r.
Airs. 1. 1. uocKcu aim - coiuircu, .t..s
Million 1 luster. Miss Mabel Hagtcr,
Mrs. Anlnn, Miss J. Kliimpko, A. II.
Ingalls and vvlfo. Miss M. Sham. Mis.
ABkcm, A. Weill. A. K. Arnold, M. Ill-
rasl, K. Yngl. Miss II. Koliayashl R.
I) .Mead. J Wntorhouso, J. L. Flem
ing, L. M. Vettlesen and 2 eoiis, W. P.
Roth, C O. Rockus, L. S. Councils, D.
W. AndorMm. (I. II. McClellan, 0. F.
Davles and 71 deck.
I PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per stinr. Kliiau, Gregory, for Kauai
Aug 10, 5 p. m. A V Peters. C. F.
Herrlck, Jr.. C. F IJerr'ck and C. L.
I.ltllehaur, Miss Mlilam Stacker, Mrs.
W. P. Hall. Mr Amny Sllva, Mmy
Miguel. Flunk l.elulohu unci vvlfo Mrs.
Amny Mnliuku, Albeit Clioto, John II,
Jones. C, II Jennings, MLs R. Cray,
Mis. I'lilixlilld unci party.
(Continued from Pare 1)
Is pan, but will not repent until tho
19th, nt a meeting of tho Hoard to
bo held then. Sheriff Inukca was the
only witness who was called before
this commlttco this morning.
For a number of days, slnro last
Satmday, Messrs. Kc.ilohn, Fein, and
Archer with tho County Attorney or
his deputy, havo been lu session in
the forenoons, going Into this mut
ter, behind closed doois.
Deputy County Attorney -Mllver-ton
was present this morning dining
Ho stated that tliero were no facts
to bo made public, and would be anno
until tho committee mndo Its repot t
at tho meeting of tho Iloaul.
Sheriff Iaukca stilted this afternoon
that, whllo hlu testimony before tho
committee had covered practical!) tho
giounil which has been so fur cov
ered In tho public pi luts, and boforo
tho (.rand Jiuy, bomu now facts vveru
A Most Excellent Assortment of
.THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.