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BVENWO nVJU.RTIN, HONOLULU. T. II, Fit IDA Y, Al(l. 21, l!0s
Leahl No. 2 Regular.
Honolulu Chapter Regular,
5 P. M.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All islttiiK members of the
Onlor'nro con1iaIl Invited to
nttcml meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Sleets every Monday ccnlng (it
7:30 In I. 0. 0. r. Hall, Fort Street.
H. R. HK.N'DRY, Secretary.
iiHN. r. vicKuns, n. g.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODaE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d mid 4th Tuerd.iy
of each month at 7.30 p. in. nt K. I'
Hall, corner Tort nnd llerctanl.i Sts.
Visiting llrothois cordially welcome
W. L. LYLH, C C,
F. WALUKON, K. of 11. & b.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets cvory first and third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K of P Hall,
corner Fort and Heretnnla. Visiting
brothers cordially inited to attend.
A. G. DKKRING, C.C .
JAS V. WII1TL', K It S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No GIG, II. P. O.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near l'ort Stieet overv 1'iiday cven
Ing. lly order of tho K It :
IIUNUY C. L'ASTOM,
VM. H. McINERNY, H. 11.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every Saturday ccnlng nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Hall, cor.
Fort and Ucretanla. Visiting broth
el's cordially invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZHU, C C,
H. A. JACOUSON. K.R S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of cath month nt
7:30 o'clock in K. of I Hall, corner
Ilerctania and I'ort streets.
VUltiiig Haglcs nro Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZKB, W Trcst.
H. T. MOORH, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets cvory first and third Thins
da)s of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. .Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend,
A. 11. ARLIIIOH, Sachom.
A. U. Ml'UI'HY, C. of It.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAM0TO, Manager.
AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Deliciou.3 Cakes and Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
F. 8. Nagami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tomales, Enchiladas, Sparc Eibs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Waverley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING 'AND
General Jol'j'ng A Specialty.
Dealers in Wr i ?aper, Paints, Oils,
etc. P. 0. Box 014. 221 No. King
Et., o?;. Asia Park. W. B. Kara, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
257Beretania St. Phone 1401.
If A Better Beer Than
Has Been Made, It Has Not
Been Put On Sale.
You Can Get Rainier at
If you need Rubber Goods,
pet the BEST.
They cost no more than
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Fort and King Sts.
When jou get
us to mako
Our $25. suits
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.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO.. LTD.
EDGEWORTH 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
Fresh Every Morning from Wahiawa.
ALAKEA STREET, near KING.
2JJG"For Rent" cards on salo at
i Hi i ' J zfflujM www
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New babies ran use old carriages.
Let a Bulletin Want Ad. sell
Mrs Kearns' fresh chutney Is now
23r nt nil grocery stores.
Paradise of Pacific licet number
for salo nt nil nowsstands.
Sco Kerr's list of prices In their nd
lodn) at their big clean up snlo.
.1, A Oilman Kill piobnblo leave for
thu Coast by the S S. Mongolia, on
Call 361 or 41, dny or night, for
Manuel K. Ittcliards In his new Frank
lin nutomobllc. '
Kkekelu Mnnu has tiled a libel for
dlvnrcd ngalnst Knlo Hkckcln on tho
grounds of desertion
Marshal lleudri b cannry wouldnt
sing this morning, and tho Maislial
was seriously considering culling In
n bird doctor.
Deiiutv United States Marshal Hnr-
ij Druns Is nt present uijovlng n few
dnvs vacation nt Wuhtnwn. Ho will
return Monday to his duties.
On Installments of S3 per month sou
can purchase n Whlto Family Ilotnry
sowing machino. Denny H Co, Ltd.,
agents, 12GG Fort Bt. Phono 488.
Soreiisou s new wharf Is now com
pleted, nnd tho Inter-Island flagship
Mnumi Ken w 111 dock there on her
next nrrlvnl from tho other Islands
Harry Roberts has purchased n half-
aero of land In Knpalnma from (he
trustees of tho Dcrnlcc P. Bishop Ks
tato for tho consideration of $331.50.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable."
You ,wlll be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
Have you seen It I 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 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Alexandria Maria Pako Cheo has
filed n libel for dlorco ngalnst l'nk
Chee. Tho lady of tho long nnmo was
recently Indicted by tho Grand Jury
Sccrotnry Charlock of tho Hoard of
Health Is at present busily occupied
in piL'pnrlng tho animal report of that
body for submission to Goerno.
l'rcar. Ho expects to hao tho re
poi t completed by Monday.
Marston Campbell has received his
commission ns chairman of the Hccla
matton Commission of tho Tcirltoiy
of Hawaii. Ho status that ho will Im
mediately take up tho matters con
fronting tho commission nnd dispose
of them ns readily ns possible.
Tho Young (Hunts defeated tho
Iliillctlu Newsboy team this forenoon
by n score of 3 to 2, nt Atkinson
Park. This was a prnctUo gnmo In
which tho full Hiillctin team did not
take part. They will piny a regular
game on Siindny.
J. Hoss Carson, a bright voting man
now In San Dlcgo, Cal . has wiitten
to this city to find nut If there Is nnv
kind of work hum nt which hu could
secuio ciuplojiucnt. It has been sug
gerted that oung men of his stamp
bo seemed for positions of minor lm
poitanco In tho work now going on nt
Pearl Harbor. It would bo tho means
of getting n dcslinblo clement of the
joungor generation In tho Islands
The Sari of Dudley, who will urrlvo
In tho Aorangl tomorrow on his way
to Australia, will bo nut on Ixiju the
steamer liv Georgo Davlcs, who Is act
ing British Consul during tho nbseuco
of Consul I'orster and Vice Consul T.
Cllvo Davlcs. The Karl will bo es
corted to thu Goeinnr, on whom ho
will pay mi ofllclnl cull, and will there
after bo entertained according to his
wishes, probably with an auto trip to
tco tho sights.
DIDN'T CHARGE SINCLAIR.
Aug. 21, 1908.
IMItnr V veiling II ill lot in:
I'lcasu coirect jour statement of Bul
letin Aug 20, 11)08 to tho words that
I hnvo mndo charges agaliist Dr. Kin
claic. Ho Is a gentleman that needs
no comment. I a mready to meet tiny
MAIIY II. ATCHKIlLnY.
LOS ANGI:LI:S, Calif., Aug. 4.
Acting under outers fiom President
Roosevelt, Professor Jeremiah Jcnks
of Cornell nnd Piofessor Fernando
Snnford of Stanford nro In Lob An
geles to conduct an Investigation of
tho Immigration sorvlco. They havo
visited several other cities of tho
Coast, where inquiries have been In
stituted In connection with alleged
smuggling cases. A significant fact
In connection with tho visit of tho
commissioners hero at this time Is tho
unusual activity displayed by tho In
spectors of Immigration along tho
Mexican border. Several nrrests
havo been mndo latoly by tho ofTlcers
nnd reports havo been circulated that
organized bands of smugglers wcro
lulnglng Chinese coolies into tho
United States b) tho hundreds.
A new record for wireless tcleg
iapl. wiib cbtabllbhcd when tho oper
ator at Point Loma, C.il , succeeded In
establishing n connection with tho
Connecticut, flagship of Admiral Spor
ry of thu Atlantic battle-ship fleet,
which was 2900 miles away.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S, KING ST, PHONE 525,
SYDNEY FLEET PROGRAM
SYDNIJY, Australia, Aug. 21.
lowing tho nrrlvnl of the American
fioin tho battleships landed nnd p.unded thioiigh thu principal streets of
the city, being the first armed body of foreigners to march on Australian
soil since tho establishment of the picscnt government. For tho parade
thu government wnlved tho law forbidding forces lo land with their iirms I
111,111 tlSlllllK WUIBIlipO 1 I'V IHIKIMl -
Following Is tho nfflcliil program
of the entertainment of the Atlantic
Fleet while nt 8 due):
Saturday, August 92
roueral Functions- Adinirnrs uin-,
ner on II. SI. 8. Powerful Illumina
tion of Federal and public buildings.
State Functions: Hallway excur
sions to Blue Mountains, Jcnolnn
Caves, nnd Newcastle. Fireworks dls
play nnd Venetian carnlviil on tho
harbor. Illumination of public build
ings. Citizens' Functions: Detachment of
officers nnd men to be entertained by
residents nt Manly Flro brlgnde
demonstration nnd march-past In tho
Domain. Organ recital In the Town
Hall. Ilcgatta on tho harbor. Foot
ball nnd baseball matches. Ilosehlll
rnces. Theater managers give mati
nees. Ladles of British Kmplro
League entertain 100 men from Brit
ish nnd U. S. fleets nt Hojnl Naval
House. Concerts and organ recitals
nt the Town Hall (afternoon nnd
cvcnlngj. Municipal and private
buildings to be Illuminated.
Sunday, August 23
Federal Function: Church parade
of naval nnd military forces and pres
entation of colors to 2nd A. I. K. by
Sir Hnriy Hawson, Honorary Colonel.
Citizens' Function: At-Homc nt tho
ltojal Naval House.
Monday, August 24
rcuerai functions: lieview in cen
tennial Park. U. S. A. ofllcors. sail
ors, nnd marines, also cadets, enter
tained at luncheon. Mnrch of Com
monwealth nnvnl nnd military forces
through Sjilney. Governor General
and Lady Northcoto glvo n ball nt
WILL SUPPORT HUGHES
OYSmil HAY, I, 1. Aug. 20. President Itoosovelt, Hitchcock, nnd
Sherman wero In loufeicnco hcio tnclnj rcgnidlng tho coming contest for
the (lovernoisdlii of New York Slntu. Tho result of the conference was
favorable to Governor Hughes, who has minouiiicd that ho will accept
1 1 m
INDICTED FOR DYNAMITING
OAKLAND,, Calif.. Aug. 20. Pcto Chiudlanes and Felix Paudovarls,
the two (lieelcs charged with being Implicated In the attempt to destiny
Supervisor Gallagher's houso bj dynamite and murder tho cx-Supervlsor,
wcro todaj Indicted by tho Grand Jury.
WILL ANNEX THE CONGO
IlItUSSIlLS, Belgium, Aug. 20. Tho Chamber of Deputies today ndop
tcd a ieholutlou,fnvoilng tho annexation of the Congo. This step Is
thought to hnvo settled tho Congo question.
ANOTHER LUSITANIA RECORD
NIIW YOIIK, N. Y.. Aug. 20. Tho Cuiiaider S. S. Lusllniiln arrived
toda from CJuccuKtown. ostiihllshliif u new- ti.niB-Atlantlc record. She
made the run In dajs 1C houis.
CHINA CARRIES 500
Steamer Due Monday Has
Unique Cargo For
Five bundled huge submarine mines
to bo used In Iho defense of I ho Phil
ippine Islands aio In tho hold of the
P. M. S. S. China, duo hcio Monday
on i auto to tho Orient. Tho Tact that
tho China will call nt Manila on her
way to Hongkong explains the reason
for tho shipment being made by tho
Pacific Mall line. It Is ropoited an
other largo consignment of tho mines
will bo taken by tho steamer Asia, to
sail f i om San Francisco September
Gun canlnges, n vast amount of
ammunition, and several suhmnilno
mines havo heon forwarded to tho
Philippines within tho lust few
months, hut this lot of half a thou
band heiry zinc mines, only ono of
which, loaded with tho customaiy
(hargo of explosives, is, ablo to blow
a battleship to atoms, is tho first not
able shipment of suhmnilnes forwmd
ed lo the nichlpolago.
Most of them, nro In ho used In tho
defonso of Manila harbor and Sublg
Bay, but theio mo nppaicntly enough
to provide for Iho piotectlon of oveiy
port or landing of uny consequence In
Tho mints resemble anchoring
buojs, but nro moro substantially
inado, and weigh nearly 200 pounds
each, without tho chaigo of. oxplps
Ives. Needle3a lo say, tho mines uio
not yet loaded, A closo-flttlng screw
cap forms the top of each one, nnd
wlics to bo attached to tho mines
near tho cap will lead to tho explos
ives Inside. By elcctilcal current, or
by contact with tho top of tho mliio,
to bo a fow feet below tho surface, ex
plosion is effected.
In addition to the mines tlio China
canics 3000 tons of gcncial )Biippllos
for tho government at Manila, tho
freight consisting of all kinds or
stores for tho army. Tho samo char
acter of supplies Is usually sent for
ward In thu tiauspoits, but spneo for
tho supplies now being forwiuded Is
During Hie nflcrnoon of Friday fol- i
Fleet nnd the ofllclnl cnlls, the men
iB IYUIU KMl'U il KCill 1 ITtA'P I Wll lllllll
Government House. Warrant, petty,
and non-commlssloned ofTleets of II.
8. A. Fleet ontcrlnlned by correspon
ding ranks of Commonwealth forces
Federal buildings to bo Illuminated
Stnto Functions: Continental In
the Domain. Flrcworl 3 dlspliy. Il
lumination of public buildings.
Citizens' Functions' "America Con
cert" nnd orgnn recital at tho Town
Hall Illumination uf municipal and
Tuesday, August 25
Federal Functions: Gymkhana at
It. A. S. Grounds, Includlngnaval nnd
military sports, wnodchopplng, sheep
shearing, buckjumptng, boomcrnng
( throwing, etc. Theater parties In tho
evening. Illumination of Federal
State Functions: Hallway excur
sions to Illavvarrn District nnd Na
tional Park (great public picnic). Il
lumination of public buildings.
I Citizens' Functions: Ofllclnl recep
tion by tho Consul for tho United
States of Hni7.ll. Lord Mayor's re
ception nt the Town Hall. Municipal
nnd other buildings to bo Illuminat
ed. .Wednesday, August 26
St.ito Functions: Public Schools
(Dlsplny nt Sydney Cricket Ground.
Hallway and river excursion to Pnr
rnmnttu. Governor's Gnrdcn Party
Citizens' Functions: Entertain
ment by townspeople of Parrnmatta.
Bntcball match, Australia vs. U. S.
A. Fleet. Theater managers give
Thursday, August 27
II. S. A. Fleet sails for Melbourne.
not nvnllablo on any troopship to sail
fioin tho Const within tho next several
AUDITOR FISHER'S REPORT
(Continued from Pare 1)
vvhtclt paviueut was not provided for
in making up tho estimated for tho
biennial poiiod. Fortunately, thcro
vviik tarried over from tho last period
tho Inigo balance of $313, 47(1, 02 of
available cash: this has now been re
duced, nt tho beginning of tho bcrond
e ir of tho period, tq nn available
balinco of 81lir.,SlG.lX and will re
qulic tho stilctest economy on thn
put or tho heads of the scveiul de
li irtmciitn to conduct tho business of
their departments to tho end of tho
I crlod without tho necessity of tho
eglstiutlon of wurrants by tho Trcaa
uicr. I am publishing In this report a
balance sheet of tho books of tho
Territory showing a debit to Surplus
Account of $.!,519,4GG.0-1. This nc
lount would, of course, show a Inrgo
credit bnlnnco If there was somo pro
vision of law for tho valuation of tho
real and personal property of tho
Teirltory and the values so determin
ed could bo charged ngalnst the sev
eral propei ties on a pioperty ledger.
J. II. FISIIKH,
Auditor Teirltory of Hnvvnll.
AUG. 12 IS PORTO
Porto Rico antedates Hnvall by
neatly 400 jears In tho matter of iho
celebration of August 12th, as u holi
day, accoullng to an Invitation ic
celvod this morning by Governor Freai
fiom Governor Post. Tho Invitation
icquosts Governor Fionr to bo piehont
on August lSIti nt thu 400th minivers
uiy of tho settlement of Poito Rico
by Ponco do Leon. Tho colnclilenco
of dates Is peculiar, lu vlow of tho
fact that tho American Flag was
rulccd over these Islands on tho samo
day of tho j oar.
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Dulletln gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
if holding your paper to read near
er or further than 12 inches.
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IN FOREIGN PORTS
Thursday, August 20.
SAN FHANCISCO Anlvcd Aug. 19:
Am. bk. Mohican, from Mnhiiknna.
SAN FHANCISCO Sailed Aug. 20:
Am. Collier Saturn, for Honolulu
Am. Supply sp. .lust In, for Honolulu
Friday, August 21.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived Aug. 20:
S. S. Texnn, from Snllnii Cruz.
SAN FHANCISCO Airlved Aug. 21:
S. S, Hongkong Muru, fiom Hono
lulu, 9 a. in
POUT HARFORD Arrlvtd Aug. 20.
S. S. Lansing, from Honolulu.
KAHULUI Snlled Aug. 18:
S. S. Santa Illta, for Port St. Louis.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived Aug. 20:
Bkt. Coiouado from Santa Cruz.
SUGAR A POWERFUL FOOD
Tho London Lancet sajs: "It Bcems
luioucclvnble that tho bountlfulncss
with which tho world Is supplied
with sugar should mean nnj thing
else than that It is designed for hu
man food, Sugar Is ono of tho most
powciful foods which wo possess, ns
It Is tho cheapest, or nt any rate one
of tho cheapest. In muscular labor
no food appears to be ablo to glvo the
same powers of endtiranco as sugar;
and comparative pinctlcal experi
ments have shown without tho least
doubt that the hard phVHlinl worker,
tho athlete, or the soldier on tho
nun eh Is much moio equal to tho
physical strain placed upon hi in
when ho has had Included In his diet
n liberal allow unco of sugar than
when sugar is denied to him. Tro
phies, prizes, nnd cups havo undoubt
edly been won on u diet In which
sugar was Intentionally n notable
constituent. It lias even been said
that sugai may dccldo n battle, and
that Jam, after nil, Is something mine
than n mere sweetmeat to the sol
dier. "Thu fact Hint sugar Is n powerful
'iiiutclo food' accounts probably for
tho disfavor Into which it falls,
for a comparatively small quantity
amounts to an excess, and excess Is
alwajs inimical to the easy working
of tho digestive processes. A strong
solution of sugar is Irritating to tho
tissues, will set up superficial in
flammation, nnd may piodtico u form
of eczema. It is wcllknnwn Hint nil
cxcesslvo fjlct of Migar Iriltates the
nine cms mcnihiano of tho stomach,
and cucoiiiages the pioductlon of mu
cus mid of u highly nflcl gastric juice.
"Tho Ingestion of inuth Migar
spoils tho appetite. Chlldien who
havo been tempted to ovoiludiilgo In
'lollpops' between icgular eating
times do not want their ordinary
meal. The schoolboy spoils his din
ner by eating too many sweet things
beforo that meal. An overindulgence
In sweet liquors, In sweet Ices nnd in
'crjstnlllzed' fruits after dinner re
tards the digestion of the meal.
"Sugar satiates; It Is a concentrat
ed food. Whoro sugar docs harm,
therefore, It Is Invariably duo to ex
cess. Taken In small quantities and
distributed over the dally food In
takes, sugar contributes most useful
ly In health to tho supply of energy
required by tho body. In certain
dlsenscs, of course, tho prcsonro of
sugnr in the diet is plainly iindcslt
ablo. Generally speaking, hovvovcr,
llieid Is n piejudlco against suger
which Is not justified by phvaloloM
cal reasoning nt nil ovciiIh, when It
Is eaten In moderation; nnd It Is n
em Inns fact Hint tho man who pi.ic
tli.illy nbjtn'lns from sugar, or ro
duccH his diet to ono utmost free
fiom cnibohydratcs liwravor of pio
toln foods such us meat, oftcu sIiowb
feeble musculnr energy and an Indlf
foient capacity foi phvslc.il eiulur-nnce."
Mis. Louise Cnrter-Pnjno was gen
erous to her second husband, William
Louis I'nvno, uccordlng (ti ovldcnco
seemed by Rtcelvei I'i entice showing
tho actress had glvon him many
checks for bums inuglng fiom $100 to
Governor Hughes of Now Yoik will
bo ono of tho speakers ut tho second
annual congress of tho Plaj grounds
Association of America, which will bo
hold In Now Yoik, Sopt. 8 lo 12,
2J BULLETIN ADS PAY -prj
Friday, Aug. 21.
O 8. 8. Alnniedn, Dow dell, from
8nn Francisco, 7:0 n. in.
Htmr. Llkellkc, Nnopnla, from Maui-
well, ii. in.
Thursday, Aug. 2d.
Htmr. Klnau Grcgoij, for Kan.it. 5
riliiny, Aug. -i.
Stmr. Manna )Via, blmorson,, for
.Maul, Kan nnd Konn, 12 in.
Stmr. Clnudlno, Bennett, for Maul
nnd llllo, f p. in.
C.-A S. 8. Aorangl, Phillips, from
Vancouver and Victoria,
Per O. S. S. Alameda, Dow dell, from
San Francisco, Aug. 21. Mlsg M. An
derson, Miss L n. Atkinson, Mrs.
Mvi. C J. Brock. T. V. Chase. L.
V. Chase, MrB. I. M. Cox, Master Cox,
Chas. David, Mrs. David, H. M. Hlani,
Miss L. M. Goldlng, Mrs. Greene, 11.
S, Hopkins, doe .loos, Mrs. King. F.
M. I cwls. Miss S. M. Mngee. J.-T. .Mo
Crosso'i, Mis. II. Meacock, MIbs Amy
O'Connor, Miss M. Pnvno, Mlsc M.
Powell. Miss Fltn Sharp, J. H Sin
m It, Miss Julia I). Spcnglcr, It. S.
Thurston. Mrs. II. Werner, Miss Wer
ner. F. W. Whllnkcr, C. Whitney. C.
L. Wight, T. L. Winter, Harold Whit
tcck. PASSENGERS DEPARTED f
Per Btmr. Mnuna Loa. Slmerson, for
Maul and Komi and Kail, Aug. 21. '
U. S. Klnl, T. Tnnnka, Mis. Mary Bent,
Dcvlcl Bent, F. Coolho, Miss M. A.
Coelho. Hninnmoto nnd wf nnd 2 chil
dren, .1. 8. Kelly and wf, Mr. and Mrs.
W. K. Notley. J. W. Cathcatt and wf,
Miss Helen Kcohokolole. Jilts i.ucy
Keohoknlole. Geo. Ordway. F. H. Me
Blocker nnd son, Mrs. A. Hoggs, Miss
Todd, Mrs. Orncllcs, Mrs. Ako, R.
Wiillace, W. B. Cochran, Snm Yin, Y.
M. Wi-p. Miss D. l.ono.
Per C.-A. S. S. Aorangl, Phillips,
Irnm Vnncouvcr nnd Victoria for tho
Colonics, Aug. 22. Mrs. Chas. Wer
ner, N. Morris, MIbs Slaccy. Mtsit
Milestone, Frank Smith. W. Sullivan.
II. Williams. C. F. Bobbins, G. W.
IcincB, J. W. Whllnkcr, A. IMwards,
Mis. .1, Kennedy and four children,
Mrs. Hcibert and tlneo children. Mis.
Per stmr. Claiiillne, Bennett, for
Maul nnd llllo, Aug. 21, S p. m. Mis i
Lulu Low, Mrs. Foster, W. M Bennclt,
Robert Low, II ro I.oiiIb. K. .1. Wnlker.
Cadet Puck, W. T. Robinson and wf.
Miss Crook, Mis. S. B. Randall. Mas
ter Randnll, O. II. Swcezy, II. II.
James, Sing Ylck and wf.
Tlin AOHANOI Is duo tomorrow In
stead of today, as iiniiouiiced In (bo
morning paper. Sho will possibly ur
rlvo this afternoon, ns these steamers
do not travel on exact schedule, but
It Is mote than likely that It will bo
after dawn tomorrow beforo sho
heaves nbovo Iho hoilzou. Tho Aoran
gl will cairy from hero u largo list
of passengers. Sho has on board n
number of dlHllngiilshe I peiMins,
among them (ho Hail of Dudley, who
gees to Austiall.i ns Governor General
of the Comnioiiwenllli, succu-dlng
l.oi d Noithcoto. A luncheon fur Ihu
Karl has been ni ranged ut tho Uui
TlIK CARRADALH has movol out
Into tho stream, to await cable outers.
This makes two flno steel vcbboIs of
Iho IntOBt typo now Ijlng In tho Inr-
bor without a commission. Tho I nil J
wood has been there for so long a
time now that thcro is talk of paving
oft tho ciow unci walling for houi"thlug
to turn up In tho long run. Vesvcls
nro being laid up on oveiy vnvjgu
THF. ALAMHDA got In Ibis morn
ing wllh her iisuil t irgo, unci with
several dajh' mall. Sho was on thuo
ns usual. Tho Occinlc boat bad mi
uueveutful I lip dun a fiom Sail I'l.m
Till; CLAHDINi: sails ut ii o'llock
Mils .if lei noon for Kauai, on her leg
ular run. She will hnvo but u Iriiul
fill of p.ibscugcis, tt adieu being un
usually light Ju?t now.
CAPTAIN NICHOLS of tho Arlzon
nil Is shortly to rctlio, to bo succeed
ed In his command by Captain Nich
ols of the Mexican.
THF. MAUNA LOA sailed ut imou
today for Maul mid Kail and Konn
ports, cairylug tin nvcrngo cm go anil
few p.iBseugci s.
TIIK LIKr.LIKH enmo lulu pmt
tilts morning, bringing C000 tons i.f
THH ALAMHDA wl'l bo nt tho iall
wny wluitf Tuesday morning to io
Till:' ANDRF-W WKLfill Ih duo
fiom San Franehto, bilng 13 dnjn out
THF FR13NCH balk Laeiiuec Is now
114 dnH out from Canllff for Kiilmliil.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a cemplete summary of
the news of the day.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowinc-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, and the price will be to
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 Alapal,