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Leahi No. 2 Regular.
Honolulu Chapter Regular,
5 P. M.
Hawaiian Third Decree.
All visiting members ot tlio
Order nro coidlallv Invited to
tittcml meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 lu 1. O. O T. Hall, Tort Street.
12 It HENDRY, Secretary.
ih:n r. vickers, n. g
All visiting brothers ur cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d nnd 1th Tuesday
ot each month at 7 SO p. m. at K. 1'
Hall, corner l'ort and llerctanla Sts.
Visiting llrotheis coidlally -welcome
v i. lyle, c. c ,
V. WALDRON, K. ot It. & S.
j OAHU LODGE, No. 1. K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening tit 7 30 In IC. of I'. Halt,
corner Tort and llcretanla. Visiting
brothers coullallv Invited to attend.
a (i deeiung CC,
.IAS w. winru, kk.s,
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No 010, 11. P. O.
12.. will meet In their hall on King
near Tort Sticct ever) 1'ildaj even
lug. lly order ot tlio K. II.:
1IEN11Y C. HAS TON,
WM, II. McINEIlNY, K. It.
XjL., ysyj3i3jLfcy LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7.30 o'clock In K. of ! Hnll, cor.
l'ort mid Ilentanla. Visiting broth
ers rordlall) Invited to attend.
w . l feazee. c c ,
i: a. jacohso.w lc.n s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Metis on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenlucs of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K ot 1. Hall, corner
llcretanla and l'ort streets.
Visiting Eagles ate Invited to at
tend. W L. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOOIti:, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every flist and thlid Thurs
day ot each month at Knights of
rjthlas Hall Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A It AW.EIGH, Sichem.
A H MURPHY, C. ot It.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAM0T0, Manager.
Fest AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
F. S. Nagami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. K0TEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel,
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamalcs, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Waverley Block Bethel St.
O A TTsTTTHTfl U A "numr A TMM A XTT
AAuuum, iurjj.iinnumu miu
General Jc ' 'ng A Specialty.
Dealers in W...1 Paper, Taints, Oils,
etc. P. 0. Box 914. 221 Ho. King
Et., opp. Aala Park. W. B, Kam, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tho
with their new FRENCH
207 Beretania St. Phone 1401.
Has Been Made, It Has Not
Been Put On Sale.
You Can Get Rainier at
If you need Rubber Goods,
pet ' HFST.
. M 3
They cost no more than
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Fort and King Sts,
When j ou got
ur to make
Our $25, ,uit
GEO. A. MARTIN,
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
For The Home
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERQSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
EDGEW0RTH and QB0ID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market,
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
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.
PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS.
Wholesale and Retail
Fiesh Every Morning from Wahiawa.
ALAKEA STREET, near KING.
j2tg"For Rent" cards on sale at
VI y.-""" -.?-' t IB
mM&JA. , ,, ,., ..kuJauLU i' -
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Want Ads. of ten
words cost ten cents a day nnd al
ways get results.
Col Z S Spalding of Knual returned
todn) In the Siberia
Mrs K earns fresh chutney is lion
25c nt nil grocery storis,
Paradise of Pacific Fleet number
for salo at nil newsstands.
Mr nnd Mrs M llrnsch of Honolulu
returned todav from the Stntes
M F I'rosser called on the Govern
or this morning on land matters
I II. MrStocker, who nccntl) went
up to Snn I'rauclsco on business, enmo
Call 361 or 41, day or night, for
Manuel K. Ittchards In bis new Frank
Di and Mrs M. II Orossmnn nnd
Infant were among tho arrivals this
morning In the Siberia.
Tako jour carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manly. Co., lor
up to-dato repairs.
C. K Hopkins, bailiff of Juitgo Do
Holt's court, ban returned to work
after n short vacation.
Small l.vman was this morning
granted a dlvorco from Harry Ionian
ou tho grounds of desertion.
A. P Knudsen wni In conference
with Governor Krcar this morning an I
Kapaa'land matters vvero discussed
Tho hand plavud at tlio llackfcld
wharf this forenoon In honor of the
passengers who arrived In the Siberia.
Superintendent of Public Works
Marston Campbell has been on n tour
of Inspection In I'alolo vnflo nil morn
12. M. Watson called on Governor
I'renr this morning, Introducing a
biotber attornoj, T J. Coster, from
It. C Staekablo, Deputy Collector
of Customs, who bus been spending
his vacation In California, camo Imik
I oi I ay.
On installments of (3 per month sou
can pun base a White Family Hotary
sewing machine. Ilenny & Co, Ltd,
agents, 12CB l'ort St. Phono 488.
A new ball team known as the
Giants defeated the Young Lcllchuas
nt Atkinson Park jestcrday by a
score of 11 to -'.
Have you seen ItT The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co.. Ltd.
.Nonces wero sent around tins morn
Ing of tho annual meeting of tho
Chamber of Commerce for tho election
of ofRcorB to bo held Wednesday at
3 p. in.
Henri Iiench, who will appear for
the first time in tho Orpheum tonight,
was a passenger today from San
1 rnnclsco. He was met nt tho wharf
by his friends.
Secretary Mott-Smllh camo out of
the wilderness again this morning
this tlmo It Is understood to attend
the Julillie nf Illshop H Co, on tbclr
Hopo is still ouirchfoil fo"1 tlio n
covcry of Sheldon, tho iui.,t man
now nt tho Queen's Hobpltnl buffering
fioni Injuries reeelvcd In an ccp'otlou
at Knnenbu quarry.
Tho liai nor dredging Is still nt a
stnudstlll, nnd what will bo tho nut
come of tho alleged troublo between
the contractors mid tho Government
Is bird to say at luchciit.
C.iptulu Otvvell has madu Investlga
lions and finds tint there will mob
ably bo plent) ot sand In tho Islands
lor tlio making of tho concrete foi tho
Government vvoik This means that
tlio Government will not havo to send
to the Const for sand.
Governor I'reir has been talking
Knpnn lands with various pcoplo this
morning, anil ho has heard from va
rious pcoplo with regard to them. A.
I'. Knuilson called nnd wnn In ronfi r.
euro nllli tliu Chief IVctilhe. biit
what tho result of tlio meeting Is not
For family nines and liquor. Lqwls
& ua, Ltd., tno family liquor dealers,
aro offering this week superior goods
it low prices. California wines In
hnlf gallons and gallons! .1. A. Mc
Brajcr's and Monarch Old llourbon
whlBkv; Gibson's ro and Jamaica
Hill. 169 ing street; telcphono 240.
Tho Hawaiian Trust Company has
petitioned that tlioy bo appointed tho
administrators nf tho holding of Floia
Ucxter, deceased, on account of tho
fact that they havo handled all her
local business. Floru Doxler's homo
was In. Papeete. Tahiti, but sho held
shares In n number of local companies
to tho value of $0903 55, and It Is of
(beso shares that tho Hawaiian Trust
Co. asks to bo made tho administrat
BISHOP &C0S FIFTIETH
Tho fiftieth nuiilvoisnry of Illshop
& Co, was rccognlrod today by n largo
number of business lenders who called
on Mr, Damon and congratulated him.
Dm lug tho day tho Hawaiian band
stationed Itself near tho bank and
gavo a bilef serennde.
THIS (HUMAN hark Aleander Iscn
berg, with n full load of general mer
cbandlso, consigned to Hnckfpld &
Company, Is duo to arrive hcio next
Sunday morning nt nbout 11 o'clock.
Sho left Hamburg, Gcrniuny, March
27th. It was reported this morning
that sho Is overdue, but (ho loenl
ugonts when seen this afternoon, con
Iradlcfed tho story.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN..
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
HONOLULU. T. It., MONDAY, AUG.
Illinois Race Riots
SPItlNGFIKLI). Ill, Aug. 10
now pntrollng tho city, guarding the
and preserving order. The general
deaths resulting in the rnco ilotlng hnvo been live threo whites shot
by the soldiers and two negroes lynched.
SPItlNGFIKLI), III , Aug. IT,. The lynching of n second negro by
tho white mob here occurred this afternoon within two blocks of the Stale
Cnpltol nnd moro inllltln have been ordered out to preserve order. The
first lynching took place this morning, after which the troops engaged
tho white rioters, firing Into tho mob. Two whites wero killed nnd sev
eral others wero wounded, one of the latter living Inter.
Kugcno W. Cliapln of Chicago, the prominent tempernnce ndvomte,
and the Prohibitionist candidate for President, who nttempted to reason
with the mob, was attacked and nad a narrow escape from Injury.
Tho riot began on Friday, following tho report of an outrngc against
a white woman by a negto.
m i mtt i
Bigger British Navy
LONDON, Kng., April 10. The Government Is contemplating float
ing a loan to tho amount of $500,000,000. In order to carry out Its plans
fur the extension of tho navy.
Mustaine Beats Willis
COLMA, Calif., Aug. 15. Terry Mustaine, the boy who did up .Tack
(Twin) Sullivan In such short older on the ocinslou of tho Gnus-Nelson
fight at Goldfleld, defeated Joo Willis
decision after twenty fast lounds. Tho
This Is Mustiilno's Initial bow to
more than suspected that bu would
fighter of promise.
TAFT AND WRIGHT
HOT SPIHNGS, Va Aug. 15.
Candidate Taft and Scuctnry Luke
Depirtment, It was decided that no
established 111 connection with government In the Philippines.
- m i
rr A VfllPIl Mfii-nrcn Ann- 1 ft
itinviiiiivi . wv i .., !-) -m mill ihkim tliu iiail(illipi u II I till n
Morocco, was defeated todav In a battle with tho loval foiccs of his
In other, tho Saltan Three hundred of his men vveie killed and Ilvo hun
dred wounded welo left upon tho Hold
NHW YOIIK, N Y, Aug. IC.
and killed W. Annls, tho proprietor of
ho accused of Intimacy with his wife. Tho shooting was done In tho
presence of a crowd of people.
COLORADO'S PLATES SPRUNG
HrtEMi:ilTON. Wash, Aug Hi. The cruiser Colorado, which went
ashore Saturdaj, has been docl.id heio for an examination of her hull, fol
lowing her grounding. It Is found that a few of her plates havo been
TROOPS TO Q3UELL YAQUIS
NOGALKS, Ariz., Aug in. The Ynqul Indians aro out on tho war
path, and four whlto settlers have hi en murdered. Troops have been de
spatched to tho scene of the uprising.
DIED LEPER WIFE INSANE
TOMIlSTONi:. Arb, Aug. 15. A man named Wurdell, who died hero
tndnv, was discovered to havo been
cd of thin she went violently Insane.
PERSIA CAUSES WORRY
CONSTANTINOPLE. Turkey, .Aug 10. ltcnjcb Pashn, the Minister
of War, died today. There Is nn.ilaimiiig situation developing on tho
CHINESE MUTINEERS JOIN REBELS
HONGKONG, China, Aug, 1G, Tho thousand mutineers, who mur
dered their commander nt Kohgnau last Thuisday, hnvo Joined tho lcbel
forces at Ynu.
BOUND FOR SYDNEY
AUCKLAND. N. 'A., Aug. 17. -The American Atlantic Fleet pashed
the northwest point of thoilsland at l:ir o'clock this morning.
m i m
REAR ADMIRAL EVANS RETIRES
WASHINGTON. II. C, Aug. If..- Hear Admiral Kvnns will nfflc Lilly
retlio on Tuesday, having reached the ugo limit. .
HONOLULU'S BIG STORE
On Fort and Merchant Streets
Floor Space, 22,501 Square Feet. The Place To Buy
STATIONERY, BOOKS, TOTS,
and SPORTING GOODS
The Wonderful COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE. We
keep in stock MARCONI VELVET TONE RECORDS. Call
in and ask to hear th:m; also EDISON PHONOGRAPHS
and RECORDS AND 100 OTHER THINGS WHICH GO TO
COMPLETE A LARGE STOCK '
WE HAVE SAVED YOU MONEY IN THE PAST.
WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY IN THE FUTURE.
Our KING STREET STORE, at the old stand, will carry
the same line.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
.iW.Jrf.latotifcri .... LjnjDrtn
A total force of 4,200 militiamen nro
negro quarters from further attack
situation Is quieting. Tho totnl
hero this evening, being given the
bojs fought at Hilly llocbe's Colma
the fight fans of California. It was
turn the tilck as he did, ns ho Is a
At u conference hero today between
Wright, his successor In Iho War.
department of agriculture would be
tn1il ITtifl.l tl.n iidii i-..tn.r a. !(... P
Captain Haines, H. S. A., today shot
the Hurr-Mclntosh magazine, wltom
When his wife was Inform-
Single or double lenses ground nnd
fitted. Absolute Accuracy guaranteed.
Win. T. Robinson, ono of tho Repub
lican delegation from Hawaii, which
attended tlio National Con ic.it Ion In
Chicago, lottirned today In Dm Hlbcila
with Mrs. Robinson.
"I havo seen many great things
while In tho States," raid Robinson
when Intel viewed this foieiux'n. 'Tho
people (hero weio very kind to too
and I feel confident that Iho Republi
can party will bo all light at the com
ing election. You luvo probably
beard what was done nt Hi? conven
tion. It was n grand affair"
"What mo vott going to do ou Maul
nfter jour rutin n tlieio?" naked tho
"I don't know what to do, oce,it to
wait and sen what Iho pcoplo mo
planning," replied Robinson.
"I lunv prnh.ihl) l mi for I ho Legis
lative honor, hut this ilepen N 1-aigely
ciii tho people, who havo the goods to
With tlio baud plitvlng Hawaiian
melodies foi tho benefit of Henry
French, tho Pacific Mull liner rumu
Into pott and clocked at tho llackfcld
wharf this inclining at 10:.",0 o'clock.
She miulo 11 pleas mt trip down.
Tho wh.ur was enlivened by tho
presenso or tho theatrical people, who
camo down to meet their comrade,
Henry French They wero all decor
ated with carnation nnd mnllo Ids,
with which they loaded hint.
Prominent among tho knmaalnns
who lutiirned today Is Col. Z. S. Spald
ing ot Knpiu, Knual. Ho was nut at
tho wharr by Mr. and Mrs. Georgo
Fnlrchlld, who convoked him to tlio
Young hotel, whero ho Is domiciled
during his stay In Honolulu.
Among tho other kumaaluas Is It.
C. Staekablo, Deputy Collector of
Customs. During his nbscuco from
Iho Islands Staekablo spent most of
his tlmo in tho California mountain,
where ho went for his health, Mr.
and Mis. W. T. Robinson of Maul,
who loprescnicd tho Mutilans lu tho
Republican National couventoln, camo
back today. They wero met by Mr.
and Mis. A. O. M. Robertson. Hx
Spcakcr F. A. Knudsen, accompanied
by Mrs. Knudsen, returned from their
trip abroad. F. U. McStocker, who
niado a flying trip to the States, re
turned today. Dr. and Mrs. M. n.
Grossman and Infant wero among tho
arrivals. Mr. and Mis. M. Dutch of
this city also returned. Dr. John Plu
to, a great traveller, was among tho
passengers who icturiied to remain
Among tlio passengers for China
aro six Chinese students. They vvcio
sent to tho States by the Chlnuso gov
ernment to study ugrlciiltiiic. On
their return tu China they will bo giv
en positions lu tbu Department of Ag
rleultuio. Tho Siberia brought "05 hags of
mnll ror this port and will reiuino hor
vojago at 5 o'clock this afternoon.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday, August 17,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Aug. 15:
S. H. Alameda, for Honolulu, 12 -.
S. S. Lurlliio, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug lfi.
S. S. Manchiiiln, from Honolulu,
lienco Aug. lu, 1; p. in,
U. S. A. T. Ilufoid, from Ilonolii'ii,
hence Aug. 7.
A.-ll. H. S. Alaskan, from Ilonolii'ii,
hem 0 Aug, li,
I1ILO Sailed Aug lfi:
A.-II. S. S. Columbian, for Sillua
YOKOHAMA Anlved Aug 17:
H. S Amotion Maui, fioni llonoliil 1,
PURSI2R LOGAN or Iho Noenil io
ports l'J.oim bags of sugar nt Ilonoknn
nnd 37011 nt Kiikulhuulo awaiting ship
ment. $5 CO REWARD.
To nny person suppljlng Information
lis to tho location or 0110 Fiiuilluo
Pepo, who left home at about 11 p
111.. Tuesday, August 11, 1H08. Sun
Seo Tal. 20 King St. 1081-St
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll havetit ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however: so
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,
A - . - Jt - -
Sunday, August 10.
Am sp Falls ol CI) do, Larscu, from
Gavlota, U:3U a, m.
Monday, August 17.
P. M. S. S. Siberia, Zecder, from
Ban Francisco, 10:30 n m.
Schr. Allco Miicdunntd, Unison, Loin
Port Townscnd, 10.45 a. m.
I SAILING TODAY
P. M. S. S. Siberia, Zccdcr, for Ja
pan, D p. 111.
Stun. Ko An Hon, Pedcrson, for
Annholu, 5 p. m.
Stun. Mntma Loa, Slmerson, from
Komi nnd Knu, a. in.
rer s. s. Siberia, from San itoii
clsro, Aug. 17, 10:30 n. m. For Ho
nolulu: Mrs. Philip Andrews nnd two
children, Miss Mabel K. lloshcr, C. C.
Ilujlnnd, Mrs. C. C. Uoilan, M.
Iliasch, Mrs. M. Hrasch, Charley
lliiiwn, Mrs. II. C. llrynnt, Miss 1111
Ife Ilullock, D. M, Callaham, ,Mlss A.
Cleveland, N. P. Cochran, Mrs. N P.
Cochran, Mrs. Helen Currlc, Miss J,
M. Dewnr, Miss Josephine Fstlll, W.
L. Fletc her, J. D. IYcemnn, Mrs. J.
I) Freeman, Henri French, Mis. S.
I), Frecniaii, A. C. Frush, Mis. A. O.
Flush, J. Gnrcla, Mrs. J. Garcia, In
fant, nnd nurse; Mrs. II. II. (larstln,
Dalton V. Gnistln, Dr. M. H. Grci'ca
maii, Mis. M. IL Crewman, Infant,
nnd servant, Mrs. Anna llldcy, Dan
iel llldcy, Miss F. D. Jones, Miss M.
Jorgcnscn, F. A. Knudsen, Mrs. L'.
A. Kuiiilsen, Henry Loulsson, MUs
Ida L'Oi.tngc, Miss (1 Maloney,
Meade Mlnnlgcrode, C. F. Murrii. Or.
John Pinto, J. T. Under, Mis. W. S.
Richardson, Miss Kathleen Richard
son, Win. T. Robinson, Mrs. Win. T.
Rohliiscin, 1, Rubinstein, Mrs. I. Ru
binstein, Rajmoml Spalding, Col. Z.
S. Spalding. It. C. Stnckablc. Wilfrid
Sullivan, Dr. T. J. West, Mrs. T. J.
West, ITImoie White, Miss M, J. Wll-
ipon, S. Wltknvvski. For Yokohama:
I Per etmr. Mlknhnla, from Molukat
'mil Maul ports, August lfi J. W. S.
Williams, K. Oklmo, Miss Drown, Mm.
J. F. Drown, L. Stclner, N. Genovei,
Arthur Oilman, Atheiton Glluinn, WI
pona Wallace, Mrs. Win. Mutch, Mlsi
Ada Mutch, Miss Viola Mutch, Miss
l.vdy Mutch. Miss Maria Mutch, Miss
Doiothy Much, Miss Mona Cnmphcir,
Master Win. Mulch, Master 12. Finory
and five deck.
Per stinr. W. O. Unit, from Knti.il
ports, Aug. lfi. Chas. J. Ludnlgscii,
Mis. J. C. Johnson, Misses Harano
(3), Fd. Desha, Mrs. Kealnha mid 3
children, Mrs. Tnsahnra, M. lmomtirii
and child, 12. C. Drown, I). Hughes, A.
F Knudsen mid III deck.
Per stinr. Kou.ni, from Kallun, Aug.
1 W. A. Greenwell, W. L. C.istlo
und six deck.
Per Btmr. Mntma Kea, Freeman, for
IIIIo and way ports, 12 noon, Aug 17.
Mrs. Frnst, Miss 12. M. Spencer, Mis.
Marcalllno, 11. Tsurushlma, Miss X.
12. Sprlnks, W. 12. Young, wlfo and
t-ervant, Mlsi S. Plcknell, Miss Ann 1
Fakle. P. T. Cleghoni, II. II. James,
Mis. 12. J. Weight, Miss T. Rittmniin,
Miss W. Weight, Miss Anna Rose,
Mrs. 12. Luughnlm and child, Master
Woodward. Mis. 12. K, Woodward,' J.
M. Vivas, Mrs. F. 12 Rlch-irdsnn, Ptof.
W. D. Alexander, Sister lleatrlco. Sis
ter Susaun, Master Sam Hclnch, R. S.
Hosmcr, It. Aldrlch. W. II. Campbell,
Miss Kcllth Jones, Miss Josephine 12s
till, Miss L. T. Peck, Mnster Newton
Peck, C. Y. Rico and wife, Mrs. S K.
Kagaii. Mrs. F. C. Mncnulay, Mis. W.
It. Feller. Miss Allco Douglass, W. L.
Flochur, Mrs. Niikulna anil servant.
Per stinr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
Knual. 5 p. 111, Aug. 17. Miss M it lam
Stncker. Miss Kmlly Todd, F. Hutch.
Per P. M. S. S. Siberia, for Jap in,
Aug. 17. Miss M. L. McKny, Mr-
Toussnint, Jlr. llnllctly.
Till: SIDKIUA, of tho Pacific Mall
f on Ice, arrived this morning fiom
San Francisco, docking at tho Hack
fold wharf at 10:30 o'clock. Sho bad
a largo number or Honolulu people) ns
piBsengers. Sho will continue her
till) tor Oriental portr nt 5 o'clock this
TIH2 SCHOONI2R Allco MucdonnM
rrrlved this morning from Pent Town
send with a load of lumber, construed
to Luvvers & Cooke. Cnptuln C. A.
Unison Is lu command. Sho Is Ivlug
out ill tho stream, walling for her
tutu tu dock and discharge hci c-ugo.
THE MAUNA KEA, tho Mlknhnla
nnd tho W. G. Hnll leave tomoriow.
'I ho Manila Kea leaves at tho noon
hour for Hawaii, while tho other two
leave In Iho nriernoon, tho Mlkahala
ror Molokal and the Hall ror Kami,
Till: A -II 8 S. Columbian lift
IIIIo josterduy morning with about
12,(100 Ions of 'sugar uhoaid. Sho H
destined for Dclan.tiu Uieakwaler,
via Kallna Ciiiz.
ON WEDNESDAY two Anieileiii
II iw. Ulan freighters milvu from tho
Comt tlio Mexican fioni San Finn
elsco, and tho Arlzonan from thu
THE STEAMSHIP Alameda, which
left San FranclBco last Saturday will
arrive hero early Friday morning,
THE S. S. Mam Inn la, according to
a cabled icport, arrived nt San Fran
dsco last ov enlng at fi o'clock.
THE STEAMER Ko Ail Hem, Cap!
Pciloison, sails at G p. in, today for
PURSEn CHAN'EY of tho W. O.
Hall icpoits plenty of rain on Kauai.
Bp- BULLETIN ADS PAY -qpC