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BvnNiNo mii.wrriN, Honolulu, t n, th'simy. aim. is, tons.
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Leahl No. 2 Regular.
Honolulu Chapter Regular,
6 P. M.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All tsttliiR members of the
Order nro cordlnll) Invited to
nttcml meetings of local lodges
H HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
. 7:30 in 1. O. O. T. Hall, Tort Street.
K. II. HI2NDIIY. Secretary.
1HJN. l VICKKRS, N. G.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d nnd 4 th Tuesday
of cadi month at 7. SO p. m. nt K. 1'.
Hall, comer Tort nnd Ucrctaula Sts.
Visiting llrothcrs cordially welcome
V. I.. I.Y1.K, C. C,
V. WALDItON, K. of n. & S.
OAHU I0DQE, No. 1. K. of P.
Meets every flrBt and- third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K of P. Hall,
cornor Tort nnd Dcrctnula. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. G DISKING, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.Il.S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, n. P. O.
B., will meet In their liall on King
near Port Sticet cery Prlday cven
ing. Hy order of tho B. II.:
IIBNHY C. BASTON,
. .IVM. II. MclNKKNY. B. It.
Wm. M'lUNLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort nnd lleretnnla. Visiting broth
ers cordlnll) invited to attend.
w. l. niAZi:c, c.c,
K. A. JACOIISON, K.R s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WBD
NKSDAY evenings of cadi month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beict.inl.i nnd l'urt streets.
YIMtlng Haglcs are invited to at
tend. AV. L. FltA'.nB, W., Prcst.
H. T. MOOIIK, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and thltd Thurs
dajH of each mouth at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. 11 ARLBIGH, Sachem.
a i:. murphy, c. ot rt.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best 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 at
17 HOTEL ST.
F. S. Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
, TIIE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamalcs, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Waverley .Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jo1 Vng A Specialty.
Dealers in Wc.l ?aper. Paints, Oils,
etc P 0, Box 014. 221 No. King
St., cp;. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, ragr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
237 Beretania St. Phone 1401.
If A Better Beer Than
Has Been Made, It Hoi Not
Been Put On Sale.
You Can Get Rainier at
If you need Rubber Goods,
get the BEST.
They cost no more than
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Fort and King Sts.
When you get
us to make
Our $25. suits
GEO. A. MARTIN,
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.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
EDGEW0R7H and QBOID 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
en and Fruits, at
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS.
Wholesale and Retail
Fresh Every Morning from Wahiawa.
ALAKEA STREET, near KINO.
"For Rent" cards on sale at
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Mrs Kcnrns' fresh chutney Is lion
25c. nt nil gtcicery stores.
Pnrndlse of Pacific Kleot number
for fnlo nt nil iiowsstniidir.
Mrs. Hinnin Nnkuluii was ono (it tho
nucolhg passengers this noon for
Lxcclslor laielgo No. 1, I O O P.
will meet In Odd Fellows hall at 7 30
Crill 3G1 or 4, day or night, for
Mnnuel K. Richards In Ills new Frank
Ladles' Auxiliary A O. II., Division
No. 1, will meet in C. I). U. hnll this
ou'iilng nt S o'clock.
Tako our carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Munfy. Co., lor
Pnlionlzo tho Palm Cafe for jour
meals. Nothing better nn)wheie Ho
tel sheet, near Port.
Mrs. Snrepta A. Gullck Is still con
lined lo her home, tho result of n se
vere fall Bomo threo weeks ago.
A. Mason of Kohnhi was In town
today, arriving In tho morning nnd
leaving by thu Mauna Kca at noon.
Tho whiskey that Is put up by
Thomas l- McTlghc & Co. is tho best
blended whiskey on tho Honolulu
Noah Alull. Deputy County Attorney
of tho County of Hawaii, Is In town,
having armed this morning In the
Argentina will give old fiber art
icles the nppearnnco of new ones and
It does not scratch. Deiison, hliiltli &
Co., Ltd., sell It .
M. Vnsconccllas was found guilty
this morning In Judge Andrndo's court
of a uassault nn Mrs. Plmenttil. An
appeal was taken. if J
1 . II. McStocuor, treasurer and man
ngcr of tho Hawaiian Development
Co, returned fiom San Francisco by
the S. S. Siberia esterday.
On installments of S3 lwr month ou
can purchase n White Pnmlly Rotary
sewing machine. Denny & Co , Ltd.,
agents, 1200 port St. Phono 488.
Have you seen ltt The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co., Ltd.
Copies of the B u 1 1 1 1 i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
G. C. Uccklcy, Jr., Is now running
n bcven seated btndmiril-Dnjton. King
up 200 when ou want an automobile
by tho hour or for n trip to tho beach
or around tho Island.
Kogn, a. Jnpaneso who was senten
ced to four months In prison and n
Duo of $."00 on a clmrgo of Illicit dis
tilling, was this morning released on
taking tho poor man's oath.
Tho yacht Hawaii has appeared In
colors on tho latest post card received
by .the Ilnwnll & South Seas Curio
company. Tliu yacht Is pictured oft
Wnlklkl with all halls scl and u good
Sboitty after his arrhal this morn
ing Noiih Alull. Deputy County At
torney of Hawaii, called on Delcgato
Kuhlo at his residence at Wnlklkl.
They camo down town on business at
about 10:00 o'clock.
Tho records of tho Circuit Court
show that Fanny Puau! Kuleiklnl, who
was Bhnt Sunday night by her hus
band, was refused n docreo of divnicc,
sought on tho grounds of cruelly, by
Jiiilgo Do Holt on July 22nd.
Them will bo n meeting of tho
TencherH' Committee In Supoiltitcn
dent ll.ibbltt's offices this afternoon.
Tho question of iipiwilntments of
teachers for tho remaining vacant
schools will bo tho only matter taken
Tho contest of tho will of Mrs. B.
Kulhcluul was heard before Jttdgo Do
Bolt this morning. Tho estate Is vnl
lied at about SJ000, and tho contest
ant alleges that tindito Influence was
exerted oxer thu deceased In making
Tho Imposition Commissioners, who
nro planning for Haw-all's exhibits to
bo bent to tho Alaska-Yiikon-Pacitlc
Exposition at Scuttle next summer
met ng.iln this morning nt tho Cham
be of Coiumeieo room In tho Stan
(Continued from Paze 1)
petitions for naturalization fiom oth
er aliens than whlto persons and per
sons of African nativity or of Afilcau
descent, nor from persons not lcsld
Ing In tho Judicial district within
which tho court Is hold."
From this it seems plain that tho
clerk of tho Now York Circuit Court
made n glaring error when ho ullow
fd Suzuki to take out his declaration
of intention. However, tho same
case, or an Identical one, has b,con
beforo the authorities nt Washing
ton bcfoie. Thnt wab tho enso of Dr.
Katsuuiinin, who Is nt picsont em
ployed nt tho local Immigration Sta
tion, Dr. Kntbunumn was nuturnl
l7ed In Utah, but tho Sccrotnry nftcr
wards revoked his citizenship nnd
took away his passports.
It Is tho old, old question: Can a
Jnpaneso bctomo a citizen? Cleik
Murphy will take no dMnltd action
until ho has heard from Washington
on the matter. Miibakechl Suzuki
staled this morning that ho would
liavo as his witnesses, Richard Trent
nnd Secretary of the Territory R. A.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525,
An Arrw Collar rightly chosen sets
right on your shirt, is becoming to
your tact and tits vour neck. 1-2 -.
CLUI.1T, IT.AnotlV ft COMPANY. Troy. N V
BPIUNGFIBLD, III., Aug. 17. Two attempt were mndo today to
shoot mUlllnmcu stationed In tho negro quartets hero on guard duty, but
In both Instances tho shots failed to take effect. Plvc arrests have been
mndo of suspected shooters.
Scott, a whlto man, one of the seernl wounded In the fighting thnt
took place, last week, died from the eftect of his wounds today. His Is the
sixth death to occur as a result of thn r.ice-rlol disorders.
Governor Dencen has offered rewards for liifoimntlnn .ih to the parties
who tired upon the guards today.
NHW YOIUC, N. Y, Aug. 17.
charged with tho l,iiien) of ill, 000.
(;ocrnnicnt, was up for a pictlmlnaiy lic.itlng today, his cato being
Hnjne, nllas llalten, is well Known In Honolulu, huvlng twice lived
In this city. Ho published a magazlno
Honolulu 111 1890.
GREAT FOREST FIRES
WI.NMPKCl, Mnnltoli.i, Aug. !.
A vast forest fire Is raging nmong tho
big timber on Vnncouxer Island. Tho
loss bo far is estimated to be the mil-
Hon dollais. nnd tho flames nre still
vorklng their way unoss country,
Settlors, liimbcimen, nnd piospectors
nre tlcclng before the appioath of tho
' CONGRATULATES EMPEROR
n-tuuiv-nTnv r n. a.. it
President Uoosejidt rent icunginlu
latqry uessago to l.'niiieinf .PluucIs
Joseph of .Austria, who celebrated his
cedent -eighth blithdny today.
, MORE PERSIAN TROUBLE
4 TDHLHAN. Persia. Aug. 17.
There has been n new outbreak
against tne (;ncrnmcut In tho dls-
trlct of Isp.ilian.
NEW COLLEOE FACULTY
TO ARRIVE M0NDAY.C0R0NAD0 FORTY-TWO
The faculty for tho now Hawaii Col
lege of Agrlciilturo mid Mechanic Arts
Is duo to anho hoio next Monday
from tho States. The follow lug m
tho names of thu members of tho fac
lilty, mid they mo all expert Instinct
Professor (illmnrc, head of tho de
paitiucnt of agriculture, with Profes
sor Porter nnil Mr. ltoss as iisslstnnts.
Piofessor Young, for tho cnglneei
PiofcHsor Morgan, for tho depart
ment of chemistry and physics, wltii
Pnifeswir Keeiauco as assistant.
PiofesMir Popo, for tho depaitment
Professor Donaghho, professor of
I'rofessor Il.ibson, profehsor of mod
Miss Kurd, department of domestic
Miss Clilpinaut ns teacher of ceia
Henri Piench, n king or Imperson-jlmestlgntlon mutter somewhat In his
ntors, and it Juggler of tho cluveiest, hnnels, stated this morning thnt tho
caught the crnwel at tho Orpheum lnst'iiiafts of the testimony nnd tho ic
'.MKll. ('r',v1ulHlto Presence, versa- ,)()lt w, I)0 rpailj. for tho mcettlR t0.
tile, attractive, ho maila about us ills- ,,,.
i.,n n i,i. .... ,. - i i.i iiioiiuw.
mivi tt mi ua juih utui, UI.UI1 ivuiueiuii
ill UllS city.
Stalling his net with Juggling which
nua chiefly merltmloiis from thu fact
Ihut It was so oxqiisltcly demo so
gracefulhe closed tho unlepio pei-
foimniico with rapid diameter changes
iiiid Impersonations, In home coses
with tho aid only or his own inaivel -
Ions pnweis or facial oxpiesslou, and.
In otherH with eiulckly donned maku-
up, which weiu llttlo short ot actual
Tho dlrrclolro gown mndo Its ap
pearance, in u comedy skit put on byi
Hallcu mid Fuller In great shape. Tho
gown wus ii hit, and so was tho skit.
The take off on tho dlrectolro gown
which was Introduced by Miss Agnes
Miles, was probably tho larger suc-l
cess of tho two.
In fact, tho performance from end
to end was exceptionally good, and
was recehcil woimly by tho lingo'
Tho total amount received for liquor
licenses by tho Terrltoty for thu tdx
months' period beginning July 1, up
to tho pioscut. Is $11,020. Iho total
amount lecelved during tho entlio last
fiscal year was $90,367 72,' This Indi
cates that then) aro about tho ramo
number of licenses throughout thu
Territory thin )enr as last.
J. D. BAYNE
Julian D. Hnjne, who Is held here
fiom an agent ot tho NIenrnguan
iicio at one tlmo. Ho was last In
RACE RIOT THREATENS
KNOXVILLH. Tenn., Aug. 17. A
race lint appears to bo Imminent
l.eie. 8ccnty ncgioci nro surround-
P( ,y whites, Incited to a rioting
pluh fiom reports of tin outrngo com-
mlttcd upon u whlto woman
S100 000 FIRE
I SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., Aug. 17.
Tho Paingou Do goods Company's
blciro wb destiojcd by flio today. Tho
loss amounts to SIOO.OOO.
GARFIELD IN WASHINGTON
WASIIINOTON, D. C, Aug. 17.-
Seerctaiy of the Interior Caiflcld ui-
ilvcd here todaj fiom his trip to lla
wall and the West.
SIJATTL1J, Wash., Aug. 17. A
head-on collision between n.passcn
i bit nnd u frclglit tinin occurred near
this tlt I winy. One of tho passen
gers was killed and six wero Injured
DAYS FROM PORT
What has liecomo of thu good ship
Ciironndo, Captain Charles Potter?
This eunel In tho Snitckels lino
ih.is now lii'cii out forty-two d.iyH fiom
, tins iirt or Han I rnncl'co and no
wotil of her has uimo fiom any
Hiiuce. Tlio Coionado was loaded
with sugar of tho Irwin & Co. nnd
Do sett agencies.
The Coromido nnd Captuln Potter
lire among thu Htnudhjx of this pint
nun iiaiiall) ninko ers g'Kiil lime.
REPORT ON IAUKEA
Tiininriow night, tho SupcrvlsciiH
will hold n special meeting, at which
the repent of tho committee nppoinl-
n look Into tho Isol-Inuke.i mat-
is lo repent. Deputy County At-
I lurnoy Mllverton, who has had tho
Wo iciiiesent insuianco companies
tint nro nmong thu most lellablo In
the United Stntes. Seo us about your
Insuianco wo ninko no ehnrgo for u
coiisultagtlcin. HiiiMillau Tiust Co,
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Famous the world over as
the most practicable and per
fect singing nnd talking ma
Come and hear it.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Single or double lenses ground and
fitted. Absolute Accuracy guaran
m, a n im
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Lust quarter of tho moon Aug. IS.
II.inall.iu standard time IB lu bouri
30 minutes slower than Orcenwlcb
tlmo, being that ot tho meridian of ID;
legrecs 30 minutes Tho tlmo whistle
blows at 1:30 p. a , which Is tho same
as Greenwich, o bnurc 0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon aro for local tlmo or ine
rt hole group.
i IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday, August 17.
SAN FltANCISCO-Salled Aug. IB:
S. S. Alameda, for Honolulu, 12 m.
8. 8. Lurllno, for Honolulu.
SAN FKANOISCO Anlved Aug 1fi.
8. S. Manchuria, from Honolulu,
henco Aug. 10, 0 p. m.
U. 8. A, T. Huron, fiom llonolu'ii,
hence Aug. 7.
A.-ll. S. 8. Alaskan, from Hoiudii'ii,
henco Aug. 0.
111LO Sailed Aug lfi:
A.-II. S. S. Columbian, for Sillua
Tuesday, August 18.
SAN FUANCISCO Sailed Aug. 18:
P. M. S S. China, for Honolulu, 1:30
SAN PltANCISCO Alllvod Aug. IS:
Ilk. R. P. Itlthet, from Honolulu.
POLICE RESCUE TWO
(Continue from Pis 1)
of craps on the steamer, about 9:30
last c lining, when thu detectives hove
In sight; Two of tho Japs wore nab
bed, but the other two nnd tho native
plunged into the w.iteis or the harbor.
Men wero stationed on tho whancs
on either sldo tho slip, to Insure that
thu men should not get out Into tho
btream. Lights wero procured, nnd
thu search began. Hut tho Jnps In tho
wnter proved hardy swimmers. One
or tho twain enscoused hliuseir on tho
propeller of the boat, cud plnjcd tug
with tho omccrs. When they camo nt
him on nua side, ho dived nnd came
out cm the other sldo, and lee Versa,
until Komenno hail an Inspiration, nnd
banged him on tho head with an oar.
Hut tho nntho was not to bo seen.
It Is surmised that ho either sank
nfter being In tho water sumo time, or
that ho dived and went under one ot
tho wlumes, where hu hung to a pi',
until danger was past.
Tho rnur Jnps oppenrod heroro
Judge Andrado this morning. It de'
eloped that they hm had $7.10 on tho
gnnic, nnd so were handed out $20
nnd costs each.
They pleaded guilty.
(Continued from Pace U
LIue-prliil nf tho Scneiisoii whaif to
Tho pi opened doolopmeiit of Kaliu-
lul, tho hccoud harbor of tho ItdaucH,
was also discussed nt length. Camp
bell stated that his itcoinmctidatlons
'hat Iho haibeir Hues bo extended hud
been forwarded, through Captain Ot
well, to tho War Department nt Wash
ington on August 1st, and nothing
furll.er coulil bo demo until they Intel
been henrel Troiii.
Another Important matter which ro
celveel considerable attention was tint
ot flio protection id Kahiitui. in Mnrs
ton Campbell's lcport to tho Oovcinor
ho lecommeiiilcd that n 3011,000 gallon
reinforced concreto rchoivolr bo
placed lu tho sand hills back or Ku
hiiliil, nt an approximate cost or $22,
000, This would lio so arranged, with
enlarged pipes connected with Will
lukti, that thu latter town could draw
on the usual supply In tho day-time,
while dm lug tho nlghl, thu now leser
voir could bo filled.
The prciKi.uu (o bo tendered nt thu
Thomas Sepiaro baud conceit tonight
PAUT I .
Mutch "Tho Vixen" (.now) ...Fulton
Overture "Light Cnvaliy" .... Suppo
"The Kismet Patrol" Tnli.Mil
Selection "Miirllnna" Wallaro
Vocal Hawaiian songs ,.nr. by Bergor
Selection "Martha" Flotow
Waltz "Cecilia" (now) Fulton
Cako Walk "The Policy King"
"Tho Star Spangled Iiunucr."
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and lithographing company on
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
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Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
Tuesday, Aug. 18.
Stmr. Mniinn lm, Slmcrsoii, fiom
Konn nnd Knit, a, in.
I r r
Monday, Aug. 17.
P. M. 8. 8. Siberia, Zeeder, for Ja
pan, r, p. m.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Pedcrscn, for
Altahola, G p. m.
Tuesday, Aug. J 8.
Stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman, for
Mnui and Hnwalt ports, 12 noon.
Sp. Fulls of CI) de, Lnrsen, for Port
Harford, 9:30 a. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hu", Thompson, fur
Kauai ports, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Miknhala, for Moloknl and
Maul ports, 5 p. in.
I PASSENGERS ARRIVED
-!- - -i-
Per stnn. Mauna Im, Slmerson,
from Kona, Hro. Francis, Henry Akl,
Miss D. 1'. Ncnl, Mrs. .Ins. Catnpslo, A.
Mnson, IL von Domkwltz, S. Wright,
Jns. . McLean, Mrs. Jas. L. McLean,
Miss C. G. McLean, Miss II. O. Mc
Lean, Mlssc J. Orlove, J. O. Smith.
Mrs. O. Mokuakano, Miss M. Nclkc,
R. A. McWnyno, Paul Mokunkanc, W.
W. Druner, Mrs. W. W. Hrunor nnd
child, Miss M. Hruner, Miss 13. Pen-
noil, II. W. Ilnrkcr, Geo. Chlllingworlh.
,las. Chlllingworlh. Dddle Chilling-
worth. C. K. Notley. W. K. Nptley,
Mis. W. K. Notley. D. H. Davis, Mis.
D. II, Dals, Miss 1). Meyer, N. Alull.
Mrs. N. K. Hulii, Ilcv. T. Mlyngnwa,
.1. K. (lannon, P. Stnck, Kwong Btng,
Alii Wong. .
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
SAN FRANCISCO DAY, CAL.
Notlco Is hereby ghen that China
tlaslu Uuoy, No. 8, n first class spar,
will bo established about September 1,
1908, to mark n submerged rock out
sldo of Chlnn llasln Wharf. Yeiba
Huenn Llgbt-hoiise, 7 cleg. 14 inln. (N.
11-10 IS.; Oakland Harbor I.lghtlioitso
deg. 10 mill. (NH. 11-10 N.); Point
Avlsiidero 131 deg. 18 inln. (SI 1-10
IIUMnOLDT nAY CNTIlANCi:, CAI..
Notlco Is nlso given that North Jet
ty Outer Unci Ilnoy, No. 1. n HrBt-class
spar, heretofore! reported adrift, was
replaced August 4.
Hy Older or the ught-houso uonrd.
TUB STKAMLIl Mauno Loa camo
in early this morning from Kona with
tho following cargo: G020 bags sugar,
97 bags coco, 07 bags beans, 127 bagrt
taro. 19 bacs ginger, B bags peanuts.
-l Parrels Uriel iisn, n cuses urieii usn.
28 cases pears, 7 barrels pears, f!:t
bunches bananas, 23 bundles hides, 93
pieces koa lumber, 31 cases honey, II
kegs butter. 4 crates chickens, 8
crates pigs, 2 horses, 27 hogs, 30 lul
cattle, 235 packnges sundries.
THi: WIIAI.nil John ami Winthrop.
which was hero In February, hail Just
urrhed at Hakodute, Japan, with 500
barrels of oil. This news was ie
eched yesterday by Customs Inspect
or Albert K. Mitchell, from Captain
W. P. Shorey of tho whnlar.
THH CALIFOIINLVN of tho Amor-lean-Hiiwallitn
linu, Is nt San Finu
clsco, ellsch.iiglng her cugo. Sho
made the trip from New York In 22
TK 12 O'CLOCK noon tho steamers
Helenu nnd Noenu left for Hnwall.
The former for Kuwalh.io nnil thu lat
ter for Kukntau.
THE MAUNA KHA left nt noon
with pnssengeis and height Tor Maul
Mid Hawaii. Sho was followed by thu
TUB SHIP Falls of Clyde lert Tor
Poit lliu foul this nioi ning.
COPS DIDN'T KNOW
THIS GAPLiNG GAME
It was round difllcult In tho I'ollco
Couit this morning to establish Iho
rati that n certain game or dominoes,
in which nine Chinese sal fiom i
o'clock In Iho evening to 2:ir lu thu
mottling, was conducted lor mi) thing
elho than pleasuio. hi Lict, the po
lice could not establish tho fart that
they Knew what the gamo was, and
one ot tho prlsoneis, after his c.iso
had been nolle piosd., had to bo call
ed to the stand to explain tho n.ituio
of tho play.
Hut, ns It was seen that money had
changed hands, and tho witness was
positive that this had not been tho
case, ho began to get tangled In IiIh
own talk, and tho wliolo buiii.li was
An appeal was taken In the case.
Hulled Stntes District Attorney
Hrcckous nnd Walter Dillingham, of
thu Hawaiian Dredging Couipiuy,
which Is doing consldeinblo weak for
thu Government In the harbor, held a
confoieiieo this morning, nt whle-h n
compioinlso was effected, or neiiily bo,
adjusting nil the so called dlffetences
between tho diedglng company and
tho United States.
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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 we can
do it. We've done it, however: so
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai
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