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Rose Croix Special, 7:30.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting member of tlio
Order nro conll.ill lnvlteil to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Mem Jay evening nt
7:30 in I. 0. O. r. Hall. Tort Street.
K. It. HKSDUY, Secretary.
iii:n. r. vicicians, n. o.
All visiting brothers very conllally
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every Sil nnd 4th Turrdny .
ot each month nt 7:30 p. m. nt K. I'. i
Ball, corner Foil nnd Horotanln Sts.
Visiting lliothcrs cordially welcome
W. L. LYI.K, C. C-,
y. WALUKON, K. ot n. & S.
0AHV LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. of I', linll,
corner Fort nnd llorctnul.i. Visiting
brotheis cordially invited to nttcud.
A. . DEHItlXG, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITH, K U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, 11. P. O.
H., will meet In their hnll on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. Hy order ot tho E. It.:
iu:nuy c. uaston,
WM. II. MclNKUNY, U. It.
7m. M'KINLEY LODGE Ho.8, K.ofP.
MrU every Saturday evening ut
7:80 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor.
Fort nud Ilcrctnnlu. Visiting broth
ers cordlnll) Invited to attend.
V. I.. FIIAZCU, C.C.,
R. A. JACOISSON, K.Il.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet on tho 2nd and Ith WED
NESDAY evening!! of each month nt
7:30 o'clock in K. of I'. Hall, corner
fteTetanla nnd Furl streets.
VUlting Eagles are invited to at
tend. W. L. FIIAZEE, W Prcst.
II. T. MOOIIE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd tlilnl Thins
tlnvs of each ninntli nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. II. AltI.Einn, Sacliom.
A, 13. uimriiY, C. ot It.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAMOTO, Manager.
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
F. 8. Naami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tainalcs, Enchiladas, Sparc Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Wavcrley Block Bethel
General Jc ving A Specialty.
Dealers in V7. i Paper. Paints, Oils,
etc. P. 0 Box 914. 221 Ho. King 1
Et., c.ip. Aala Park. w. D. Kan, mgr,
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
257 Beretania St.
If A Bcttci Beer Than
Has Been Made, It Has Not
Bceu Put On Sale.
You Can Get Rainier at
If you need Rubber Goods,
get th PEST.
They cost no
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Fort and King Sts.
When you get
us to mnko
Our $25. suits
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have tome fun.
For The Home
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERGSTHOM MUSIC CO.. LTD.
Fresli Cut Flowers and Choice Plants
EDOEW0RTH and QB0ID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
The latest and largest assortment
oi hand-made and painted leather
i postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
Alakca St., bet. King and Merchant.
PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS.
Wholesale and Retail
Fresh Every Morning fron-Wahiawa.
ALAKEA STREET, near KING.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin alves a complete summary of
the news of the day.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Want Ads. find serv
ants, houses, watches, dogs, or any
thing else, cither lost or wanted.
l'nrndlso of Pacific Fleet number
for snlo nt nit newsstands.
If .Mm want to know why ou mo
not to worry, look up .1 Cntlo'n ud.
Call 301 or 41, day or night, for
Mnnuel K. ltlchards In his new Frank
The trustees or tho Library Associa
tion met yesterday. Nothing but roil
tlno nintters wore brought tip.
On Installments of 3 tier month you
can purchnso n White Family Kolnry
sewing machine. Henny & Co., Mil.,
ngents, 120G Fort St. Phono 4S8.
Douglas Umwn, who stole J2.35
north of telephone cable, leeelved
nine mnnllis tills trip. He got out of
the cooler In June.
F. J. Farley, who was drowned In
the Dumber lllver, Toronto, In tho
early part of .Inly, was n cousin of
Elizabeth Ilrown of tills city.
Have you seen it T The new Uni-
versal Addine Machine, Come in and
sec it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Offlee Specialty Co.. Ltd.
Wlna Vina, made by the Consoll
dated Sodu Water Works Co., Ltd.. Is
tho most popular beverage on tho mar
ket. Order on phone 71.
Tho band will play this afternoon
nt tho baseball games on tho league
grounds. Sunday tin- band will play
nt tho Anln Pnrk baseball games.
There will bo somo ery attracting
features of next week's offerings nt
Sachs'. I.mv prices on lace Curtains
nnd tailored lingeries nnd sailor lints.
It. A. Lucas of Hllo tins commenced
suit ngatnst Malkat, whoso horse, it Is
claimed, did ?1!0 worth of damago to
Lucas' nutomobllo by lucking into It.
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cent.
The Hoard of License Commission
ers held u routine session estcrday.
Suuouchl wanted a restaurant license,
nnd Chung Tone Chong a saloon lic
ense. Tho Mclncrny Shoo Stord Is show
ing somo ery swell summer footwear
in tnu leathers that nro light, porous
nnd cool. All popular shudes of tans
Minna Lucwelko, tlio relict of "Itus-
Linn l.'rnt,t.-" ,lln,l llilu nmrnll,,' M tl,.
Vlctorln Hospital. Mis. Lucwelko was
,,, nlitorl nt rlinrllv .lnrlnlr Ihn lnlli.r
part of her llfo.
Tho von Haniin-Young Co., Ltd., are
offering Mime of tho bcHt automobile
bargains in second hand nnd new ma
chines that have ever been been In
Honolulu, from $350 up.
Tho Christian Endeavor Society ot
Central Union church will have charge
of the servlro at I.eahl Homo Sunday
ufleinoon. Car loaves Pawaa Junction
nt 2 3d o'clock for Knlniukl.
Wall, Nlrhols Co., ILd., hao moved
to Fort street, corner of Merchant,
wlieio they limn niueli larger iiiurt
crs. They will open up on Monday
morning, tlio 17lh of August.
Charley Cl.nk ln been gninlslieed
by l.cong Wo Keo on n claim for $120,
County Auditor nlckncll Is named as
garnlfchce, Clark being u county em
ploye in tho road dcpaitmcnt.
Lucas Ilrothers are still entertain
lug hopes of lauding tho Fort Shatter
construction contract. Details of tlio
Coast bids, expected In tho mall on
Monday, will scttlo the matter.
Governor Frenr has not yet heard
from Land Commissioner Pratt, who
Is on his way to Washington to confer
with Secrctaiy Garfield nnd t osjudy
conditions in tlio Lund Ofllco there.
Hegal Putteo iA-gglns mo u very
popular substitute for riding hoots,
nnd may also lie iiscil for golfing,
tramping, ramping, and stormy weath
er wear. Price, ?j at tho Itegal Shoo
Pluuaka, a native, was this morning
adjudged not guilty of assault nnd
battery on tlio person of ono Portu
guese employco of tho O. II. & L.,
when It appeared that ho had merely
finished well n scrap which tlio other
Superintendent of Public Instruction
llabbltt will ask I lie next l.cglslaturo
for nn appropriation to build n new
twelve-room sclioolliouso In Honolulu
and ndded funds for re pa I it., besides
$740,000 for tho payment of teachers'
Halph Hose, the Cnllfornln boy who
first made good In the A. A. L. and
the I. A. A. of tho Pacific Coast, mudo
nullo n hit with tho Irish contingent
ut tho games ,in London as tho man
who lcfuscd to dip tho "bloody Yan
kee ling" to His Majesty, King Kil
warrt. Assistant United States District At
torney Hawllns was In Kuneoho yes
terday, when the explosion that proh
ubly cost tho llfo of 'a man named
Sheldon. Ho slateB ttiat Dr. Water
hnuso mndo tho run fiom Honolulu to
tho scene of tho accident In record
time, doing tho distance, in thirty min
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
-irAr Vii'iilff W''Mir)itiM-1ttotii i i -.i nrfun- 'kumhWitl.
HONOLULU, T. II., RATIIIIDAY, Al'fl.
Troops Kill Rioters !
SPIUNllFILLD, 111. Aug. 14. A
n mob of while men attacking the nogmcs In the negro quarter of the
town, nn assault upon ii whllo woman
Troops were ordered out ngnlnsl
failed to stop the lighting, the order
were killed In the volley
CANADIAN GOVERNMENT INTERVENES
WINNIPEG, Mnnltobn, Aug. 14.
tervene in the deadlock between the
Rallwny shops nnd tho company. The
speedy settlement of the trouble.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnllf., Aug. 1 4. Peter Clnudlanc3, who wns ar
rested In Chicago on n cliargo of having dynamited cx-Supervlsnr Gnllag
hcr's house, In Oakland, was brought hero today. Ho re 'ires to mnko
., i i i i
EAGLES' NEXT AT OMAHA
SEATTLE, Wash., Aug. 14. At
ed that the next gathering ot the delegates will ho held In Omaha In
THE JAPANESE liner
.Marti arrived off port at 9:30 last
night and entered the hnrbnr nftcr 11
o'clock to discharge 259 toni of freight
mid resumed her voyage lo San Fran
cisco nt G o'clock this morning. Tho
Maru hns a now brand of Ibe Marconi
patent wireless, with which she com-
munlcntcil Willi the agents. All tho
liners of tlio To)o Klscn Knlshn will
be equipped with wireless apparatus.
Among tho thnniKli passengers weio
A. W. and N. Hamilton, sou and nep
hew of tho collector of customs of San
Francisco. They were met last even
ing on tho quarantine ho.it by Major
nnd Mrs. Dunning 15. K. Friedman Is
n Chicago News leptescnfitlve. Gen
ial Tommy McCnmb, n Honolulu ka
maalnn, is aboard as ficlght clerk,
and Purser Moloney Is looking nfter
the wants of the passengers.
MARK ISLAND oniplnjes uio wo,
lug night shifts to piop.iro tho vessels
of ,llQ I'nclllc squadron for departure
tor 110I10IUIU. JIIITO 111311 lOU 111011
'" necn used in siuiiug nro eoiurcu
SiatlOllS IlllOiini II1C Vessels. Kills WCro
recently opened al Washington lo sup
ply 1,400,000 pounds of piovlslont. for
Ibo cruisers nnd the Southern Pacific
agreed to give government supplies
tho right ot wn o.'er Its lines. The
order for provisions is In addition to
the $95,000 order to bo tilled In Sail
Francisco nni) tho $00,000 older hero.
AT AUOUT 8 o'clock this mornlns
tlio Mnunji Kea arrived fiom Hllo and
way ports with a largo list of p.ibsen
gcrs from Hawaii and Maul. Among
her passengers weio II. V. Shingle,
(eoigo I'alrchlld and wife. It. .1 lluch
ly. Miss I-:. Schiller, Dr. Lunghornu
nnd wife and .fumes Wilder. F. W.
Pease. Hie architect of the Tieasury
Department, niso urrlved in the Man
ila Kea Krnest Knal nud his boys
who wont to Maul lo slug, leturned
PltRSUH PHILLIPS of the Manna
Kea, which arrived this morning, re
ports the following sugar icady for
shipment on Hawaii: Olan. 27.230:
Wulakea. 3000; Hawaii Mill, t.500;
Walnaku, CC00; Onomca, li.l.owl; IN.--eel:eo,
21,000; Hononiu, 25,501); Ha
knlaii, 10,750; I.aupnhoclioo, 11,000;
Ookala, 8000; Kukalau, 1 100; llama
kua, 111,000; Pmiihau, 500; llonokaii,
Kukiilliaelo, fibOO; Ptinaluu, 9511;
9511, Honiinpo, 4210.
WIIKN TIIK Mnuna Kea left Ha
waii on her return trip tlio steamers
of tho Iiitor-lslnnd fleet weio either
anchored or loading nt tho following
ports. The Knlulnnl wns off Hotinmu,
tho Maul ut Kiihalele, tlio Mlknhaln nt
Keawckiipu unit the Ilelene nt Kawal
hue, loading 75 bead of cattle.
TIIK MAUNA KKA biought tho fob
lowing ficlght: B boxes chickens. 8
bags nwn, 10 cords wood, 13 bags taro,
14 packages vegetables,, 29 bags cab'
bace. 20 bundles hides, 30
F. plates. 31 empty kegs, 38 barrels
empty bottles, 216 sheop, 215 packages
TIIK SCIIOONKU Mlnnlo A. Carrie
arrived at hllo on Saturday vvltli n
load of lumber for thu rainy city.
Till-: STKAMEK Ilelcno, dipt. Nel
son, arrived from Hawaii today
Regal Puttee Leggins
These leggins provide a very popular substitute for rid
ing boots, and may also be used for golfing, tramping, camp
ing, rough walking, and stormy-weather wear.
Made of close-grain Tan color; they are formed to fit
perfectly in sizes of 13 to 18 inches (Calf Measure).
Repairing Done Neatly, Quickly, and Well.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BU ILDING, KINO AND BETHEL.
riot broke out in tills city today,
by u negro bringing about the
the I Inters, nnd when their pioacuco
to fire was given. Two while men
The Government hns decided lo In
employes of tho Canadian Pacific
prospects are that thero will be n
WILL NOT TALK
tho Eagles' convention It was derid
9:30 o'clock Willi 7053 bags of sugar
for T. II. Davlcs & Co., 71 heart ot cut
tic for tho Metropolitan Meat Co., 1
pacKngd dry goods, 41 bags coitcu,
horses, 1 saddle, 100 bundles hides.
IlKFOltl-: TIIK steamer Ilosecrans
ot tlio Union Oil line, left for Cnllfop
"lft Thursday, a flsht took piaco on
iionru nor. uuo or ino sailors nil an
other nud tho fight wns on. Tho In
stigator was badly done up. Tho mate
CAPTAIN FULLKIt hns tho long
distance record for government ser
vice here. He hns been In one ra
pacity or another for 2S years past.
Captain Fuller now serves r.s harbor
Till-: STEAM Lit. Nllhaii, dipt.
Oness, eimo In tiila morning nt G:M
o'clock lioni Mnknwcll with Mill) bags
of sugar. She Is discharging at tlio
Till: HAUK KAIULANI left tills
loienoon for San Franclbco. Slio took
sonic sugar among tier freight.
Till: STKAMSHIP Columbian Is In
Hllo. having ni rival there last Fil-
TIIK STUA.Mint Kulcrprlso sailed
from Hllo last Thursday afternoon nt
BUT BACKED WATER
Holding his right hnnrt aloft In u
voluntary swear. Dan Smith abjectly
told Judge Audr.idu this morning that
be would bo tho best boy In the world
fiom now on.
It wns all loo easy, this confession
and theso promises of Danny. When
somo of tho preliminary questions of
tho casu were being put to him, ho
mddcnly said, very nervously Indeed:
"I won't never do It no more!" At
torney lliown lind Just read words ot
dim meaning, black nnd awful threats
in which largo knives nnd gushing
goio llgiued, which vvoids hn (Dan)
had written lo Okana, the wife ot his
"I won't never do it no more!"
"You won't?" asked Ibo Judge.
"No; an' I won't tuko another
drink!" Ho held aloft his right hand
very high. "1 swear It, Judge, 1 swear
Tlio Court Instructed Oknnn to re
port If the prisoner broko his word,
told lilm he wns n bad boy, nnd let
him have a little probation,
Tho hull In bu given nt tho Moana
hotel on tlio evening of September 9th
by tlio Native Sons nnd Daughters of
tliiS Golden West, bids fair to ocllpBO
nil previous efforts hcio In that line.
Tho daiico hnll will ho bountifully
i lira pert nnd Illuminated, nnd Kuui h
orchestra of ten pieces lias been en
gaged to play until 2 n. m. Tho cruis
er "California" will bo hero nt that
time with tho Pacific Fleet, and It Is
pioposed to bedeck thnt vessel In j el
low flowers nnd to have It brilliantly
lighted on tho evening of tho 9th.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 856,
ut Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
JhilMiWi Uutfk'M&uxLt.M4 ..b.i; ,
c:MiA nt. flnulilf. 1pnt frrnnuil n
Single or double lenses ground and
fitted. Absolute Accuracy guaran
teed. BOSTON BUILDING
Rainy City Harbor
It Is not generally known Hint the
business ot Knliiilul harbor greatly
exceeds that of Hllo harbor, et such
has been proven the case In the re
ports ot tho Pilots nnd Hnrbormnstcrs
from those places.
Captain Parker of Knliiilul, Maul,
has sent his annual report to Super
intendent of Public Works Mnrston
Campbell, and It shows that 1 1 steam
ers, with u total tonnage nt 21 1, (132
Ions, liuvo arrived nnd departed fiom
that anchorage dm lug the past ycir
ending Junu 30. Nino sailing ves
eels, with u tonnage of 11,71)3 tons,
have been entered at Knliiilul. Tho
total earnings of tho harbor for the
J ear was $3,804.20.
The report of John Fitzgerald, pilot
nnd harbormaster for Hllo, shows
that 33 steamers nnd nn equal num
ber of sailing vessels entered the
harbor during tlio past enr. The
receipts that cunt- Into tlio hands of
tho luirboi master amount to $I89.S2
nud the pilotage fees to $1X15.25.
.. 1). Trenor, tho Immigration ex
pert, who has been somo time In these
islands looking Into conditions, has
been definitely engaged by tlio Immi
gration Hoard lo establish oUices In
New York, us headquarters for turn
ing some part of the tide of European
Immigration this way.
This Is a part of the geneml plan
which the Planters' Association ap
proves of, nud will bo willing to aid
Mr. Tienor has had many j ears' ev
pel knee witti this question fiom tho
other eqd, being on thu continent us u
representative of tho government In
this very mutter of Immigration, ami
also In other capacities, though ill
vva.vs connected with the Immigration
Ho enmo heru directly fiom Europe,
being brought In by the Immigration
Hoard to look into conditions In the
islands. Tlio Inspection hcio com
plete, bo will bo teady for operations
ut the fountain of Inuulgi.iuts, Kills
HIT BY BIRD SHOT;
A Japanese who was the recipient
of a load ot blid-shot meant for somo
innocent lilrils of the rlce-flcld, and
died fiom a shotgun In tho bunds ot
a Chinese, gave rise to u llrst-pago
story In tho Japanese papers this
morning to tlio effect thai olio Tuka
liuslii Yoshlmatsu, gardener, hud met
denth by u gunshot wound, indicted
by unknown assailants, ut Wnlulun.
Tho police know nothing about It
until they wcro fold ot this rcpoit.
A 'phone message to Oscar Cox soon
cleared up nil tho iiivstcry.
Takiihashl Is not seriously wound
ed, or will not bo when ho has finish
ed picking the bird-shot out ot him
self. IN FOREIGN PORTS
Saturday, Aug, 15.
SAUNA CltUZ Sailed Aug. II.
H. S. Tomiii, fur San Frunelseo.
VANCOUVKU Sailed Aug. II:
S. S. Aornngl, for Honolulu.
HII.O Snlled Aug. 11:
Hk. Albert, for Port Gamble,
HII.O Sailed Aug, 13:
S. S. Enterprise, for San Francisco.
HII.O Afilved Aug. 14:
S. S. Columbian, from Kiihuliil.
II1LO Anlved Aug. 9:
Schr. Mlnjile A Caluu fiom "un
known." MAllUKONA Sailed Aug. 10:
II, C, Wright, for Sail Fiuuclbco.
COMAX Arrived Aug. 14:
Ilr. S. S. Cralgvur, from Honolulu,
hence Aug. 1,
The Weeklv Edition of the Evenlnn
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the news of the day,
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Full moon Aug. 11th nt C:3C p. m.
H.iwnllnn standard time Is 11) tiuuia
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, belug that ot tin meridian of 157
iegrccs 30 minutes Tho time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m.. which is tho same
ns Greenwich, 0 hourc 0 minutes. Sun
and moon nro for local tlmo for ibo
I-riday, Aug. II.
T. K. K. S. S. Hongkong Mnru, Kil
mer, from Yokohama, 11:15 p. in.
Saturday, Aug. 15.
Stmr. Mnuna Koa, Ficeiuan, from
Hllo, 7:45 a. m.
Stmr. Nllhaii, Oness, fiom Mnka
well, fi.5n a. in.
Stmr. ilelene, Nelson, from Hawaii,
0:30 n. in.
U. S. A. T. Dlx, from .lap.ui, 8 n. in
Filday, Aug. II.
Stmr. Cl.iudlne, llcnnelt, for Maul, 5
Satmday. Aug 15.
T. K. K. S. S. Hongkong Maru, Fil
mer, for San Francisco, fi a. m.
Ilk. Kalulanl, for San Francisco,
11:40 u. m.
V PASSENGERS ARRIVED '
Per S. 8. Mnuna Kea, from Hllo,
Aug. 15. 7:15 n. in. A. L. Cnstle. (I.
TouKsalnt, II. T, Huyward, A. C. Hay
ward. Miss C. Ilayward, Mrs. Hay
ward, Miss 11, Castle, Miss K. Castle,
Mlsa Camp, Miss K. Kerr, Mrs. L, 1).
Kerr, Miss A. Held. Miss MeCracken,
Miss i:. Allyue, Mis. A. S. Wilghl.
Miss V.. Lvnns, Miss K. Da ton, Miss;
A. Helliuaii. Miss Wilcox, Mlsi Mac-
Kay, Miss A. Felker, J. Shaw. M.
Hooley, V. McCranpliey, L. A. Thurs
ton, '.:. H. Cant, H. (I. Clarke. Miss
Kf.lpu, Mrs. F. Klainp, Miss Klamp
nud nurse, V. Hurd, C. L. Rhodes, J.
K. Cox, J. II. McKenzle, It. W. Filler.
It. J. Hiichley, Mrs. J. S. Ferry, Mas
ter O. Ferry, Miss L. Ferry, Miss K.
Agutnr, J. Lfflngcr, Miss Lfilnger, Miss
Schacfer. Rev. S. Sokabc, Miss I.
Nnknguwu, Miss Nakauo, Miss M. Me
Clelinn. Mis. C. MeCIellnn. Mnster It.
McClollun,.Mrs. J. McClellan. Miulei
K. Meyers, D. Meyers, W. J. Dyer, H.
K. Lcland, Mrs. Lcland, 11. D. Hond,
Mrs. J. It. 1'carce and Infant, Mrs. It.
LiiIiir, (loo. Hockley, Jr., It. Llslimau,
C. II. Young. J. Snkul, Itov. Y. Kl
mum, Mrs. Klmiira, Master Kimiiin,
Fusign Low is, Mrs. Ceo. Davles, Mrs.
II. McFailano, F. K. Steele, Mrs.
Stccre. W. Walker, Dr. I.aiiglioruc,
Mrs. Linglioine, It. .1. Forsler, Mrs.
Fonder, Miss A. .Maefmlane, (leo. Fair
child. Mrs. Fall-child, Miss Sargent,
Dr. II. V. Murray, Mrs. II. V. Munay,
II. Cnstle, It. W. Shingle. Jnmlo Wil
der, Mrs. W. Thompson. Ceo. Dcnlson,
W. V Thatcher, T. S. Kay, F. V. Gib
son, F. W. Pease, Mrs. J. Kah.iwul nnd
Infant, It. W. Atkinson. Mrs. It. Alklu
nni, Mrs. Sclulllz, T. M. Church, II.
II. Perry, S. I). Moses, It. Jobiron,
J. N. D.ensham, L. Lovvlou-Hruln, K.
II. Lewis, M, Kauklmaliii, Sister Hel
en!. Miss .1. Leo, Miss M. Lee. Ten
Heng, J. K. Aeu, .1. Knlalo, Miss D.
Kcrlw, Mrs, Zerbc. Miss L. Zerbe. MIsb
0. c.ibo. Miss j:. Zeibe, Master P.
Hums, Muster (1. Sims, W. Matiisblla,
ft. Knal, D. Kuiwl, D. Makucna, Will.
Holoknhlkl, S. Munii, J. Knm&kanl, II.
Per T. K. K. S. S. Hongkong Mnru,
from Yokohama, Aug. 14. For Hums
lulu: II. II. Aldridgo. Through: Mr.
nnd Mrs. Geo. F. Hrlndloy, Miss F. M.
Hrindlcy. Carl Klelinninu. S. IL Fitod
man, A, W. Hamilton, N. Hamlllnu, C.
Ikiiine, Thus. Hauler, C. II. ItUe, N.
Per stmr. Cl'iudlnc, for Maul, Aug.
II. W. W. Goodaie, Miss D. Hal lies,
.Miss L. l.add. S. K. Hubbnid, Mrs.
.Melton, Itov. J. E. Keklpl, D. W. Napl-
linn. Otto Oss, A. T. Wukefleld, C, K.
Copeland nnd wife, Dr. Ilogeis, II. M.
CJIttcl. C. Ingalls, L. L. McCundlusH,
II Is still milling up Nuuaiiii-way,
the reservoirs nro full lo over-flow lug,
and thero Is every Indication tint thu
ill Aught has been bioken for a long
tlmo to come, according to Marstou
Campbell this morning.
In handing out his decision In Kddln
Talt's enso yesterday, Judge Andiudo
passed n roast to peoplo who use tlio
police department nnd Ibo courts for
tho pm pose of getting even with
someone who has offended.
i i ii i m
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have'it ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how w.e can
do it. We've done it, however; so
Charles D. Walker
of Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,