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fiVENINO BULLETIN, HONOMTLU. T. II., 8ATURDAY, AUO. 22, 100S.
Leahl No. 2 Regular.
Honolulu Chapter Regular,
5 P. M.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
AH visiting members of tho
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. 7.
Meets ove.ry Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. 0. F. Hull, Tort Street.
13. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
HEN. 1'. VICKERS, N. G.
All tlsltlug brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d nnd 1th Tncr.duy
of oach month at 7:30 p. in. nt K. 1'.
Hall, corner Fort nnd llcrctnnla Sts.
Visiting Urothers cordially welcome
W. L. LYLE, C. C,
i Vt'ALDRON, K. of It. & S.
0A1IU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and llcrctnnla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DEERING, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE. K.U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. GIC. 11. P. O.
E., will meet in their halt on King
near Foit Street every Friday even
ing. l)y order of tho E. It.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. McINERNY, 13. H.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.cfP.
Meets ovcry Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. cnr.
Fort nnd llcrctunia. Visiting broth
ers cordially lntlted to attend.
AY. I.. FRAZEE, C.C..
13. A. JACOilSOX, K.H.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd Ith WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
llcrctnnla and Fort stroots.
Visiting Eagles nro Invited to at
tend. AV. L. FRAZEE, AV., Trcst.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
A. 11. AHI.EIOH, Sachem.
A. K. Mt'UPHY, C. of It.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best nnd Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAMOTO, Manager.
AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
F- 6. Naami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging nnd Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tomales, Enchiladas, Sparc Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Waverley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jc' ''ng A Specialty.
Dealers in W. .1 Paper, Paints, Oils,
etc. T. 0. Bos 914. 821 Ho. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
237 Beretania St. Phone 1401.
' Jf Lu,, . 4. U Vita kb&yt n? tf" i Site '"f '- .v1 , '', .&'.'' uiw,., '-.'. Hi''?!' ' '-,1 VxjI' h "' K 'n i'Li m i -, . . .1, . .t
If A Better Beer Than
lias Been Made, It Has Not
Been Put On Sale.
You Can Get Rainier at
If you need Rubber Goods,
pet the BEST.
Tlicy cost no more than
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
fort and King bts,
When you got
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 some fun.
For The Home
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERQSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
EDOEWOilTH 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
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.
fly"For Rent" cards on sale at
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New babies can use old carriages.
Let a Bulletin Want Ad. sell
Mrs. Kearns' fresh chutney Is now
2tc. nt nil grocery stores.
Pnrndlse of Pacific Fleet number
tor snlo at all newsstands.
J. D. Trcnor has arranged to return
to Now York on the Mongolia.
Mrs. II. 1). Mend and daughter ar
rlxcd In tho t.urllno this morning.
Tho Fiaureiico W'nrd arrived this
morning from Midway, after n long
Handsomely embroidered Swiss nnd
French wash robes at Whitney &
Call 3C1 or 41, day or night, for
Manuel K. ltlchards In his new Frank
T. II. Pctilc of Casllo & Cooke, will
icturn In tho China from a mention
trip to tho Coast.
Alexander Humn Ford and the Sec
letary of FIJI were callers on Gov
ernor Frenr this morning.
Dr. Fred Irwin has rcnuunccd his
allegiance to King Edward VII, and
heenmo nn American cltl7Ctl. -
Miss llnllcy, who 'writes for Har
per's Weekly, had a long talk with
Governor Frour this morning.
All kinds of bear, wines and mixed
drinks nro served in the best manner
at tl.e Fashion. Just glo us n try,
Frank Winter returned III tho Ala
meda. Ho has Hindu a long eastern
trli and luturns after halng Hindu
Important business connections.
On Installments of S3 uor mouth you
can purchasa a Whlto Family notary
sewing machine. Ilcnny & Co.. i.ti.,
agents. 120G Fort St. Phono 488.
Cost your Iron loots with "Aranic."
Yoj will bo surprised at Us cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agonts.
Have you seen It I The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co.. Ltd.
Tho United States Marshal arrested
i-cvural Hawaiian women this morn
ing on charges of adultery and forni
cation. Tho Karl of Dudley, accompanied by
George Davlos, tho llilllhh Vice-Consul,
called on Governor Frcar this
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.
The steamship Asia was leportcd off
llnrber's. Point nt 3 o'clock this after
noon from Japan. She will sail for
Sail Francisco into this afternoon, tak
Isnac M. Cox, assistant secretary of
(ho Department of Instruction, nnd
young Mnby. of Hllo, were lost In the
woods near tho Volcano House for a
low hours last week.
C. I. Wight, tho president or tho
Honolulu Gas Company, who returned
Irom tho Coast In tho Alnmeila yester
day. Is routined at his homo In Nun
ami Viillei by Illness.
Tho hand will play this afternoon
nnd tomorrow afternoon at tho hast"
ball games at tho League grounds. On
Monday evening tho band plays at
Emma Snuaro as usual.
.lapanoso silks of tho finest quality
and all tho latest shndcH will sell next
week at Dlom's at 40c per yard. Now
lines of ladles' gloves, veils, tellings,
dress ti (minings, nnd combs.
Tho I.umlcy Company has Just re
turned from their trip to Hllo and say
that tho talk of tho town (hero Is tho
lino dlnnero that "Al" Thurluw Is put
ting up at the Iloyal Annex lit Hono
lulu. Tho generous offer of the manage
ment of tho Emptro Theater of tho le
cclpti finni tho Tuesday afternoon ex
hibition to the fund for tho Mnlokul
movlng-plctiiro mnchluo will no doubt
park that hall. Tho usual admission
will bo charged.
Hov. Arthur Gorier, who recently
resigned tho pastointc of St. Paul's
Episcopal chinch at I. a Porto, has
cabled Hlshop Ilestnrlck of Honolulu,
Hawaii, accepting tho missionary
work In tho Hawaiian Islands. Gosh
en (Ind.) .Times.
Mudnmo lllancho Arr.il, Mis. C. II.
Cooper, Mis. Humphiis iiuil Mis. S.
M. Iinllou will glvo n conceit nt tho
Hawaiian Opera House, August 29,
for tho benefit of the Molokol mining
picture fund. Tho program will con
tain some gems of music.
Secretary Savidgo of tho Hopithll-
can Territorial conimlttco was yester
day engaged In getting signatures of
conimlttco members to tho endorse
ment of George P. Casllo to bo ap
pointed (o tho vacancy In the Hoard
of Park Commissioners, caused bv
the retirement of J. D. Mclnerny. Tho
endorsements will then bo passed on
'to tho Governor.
CAPT. CHARLIE RETIRES
Captain Chnrllo Nichols is passing
his final alohas among his fi lends to
day. Do does not expect to luluin to
Honolulu for u llmo nt least, ho hav
ing reached tho huppy period of n hu.i
captain's llfo when ho Is In icllro and
get acquainted with tho folks at homo.
Captain Charlie Nichols Is ono of
tho best liked commanders on Iho
Pacific or Atlantic Coast, Ho has
had u long and successful cnieer at
sea which ho closes, for tho present,
after sorvlco with tho American-Hawaiian
lino, Ho comes rrom Saars
port, Mnluo, tho homo of tho best
sailors and commanders in tho Heel
ing American merchant marine
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PnONE 525.
Massachusetts Best Shots
CAMP PEltRY, Ohio, Aug. 21
has won the regimental riflo championship In the Nntlnnnl match being
ITALIANS MAY ATTACK JAPANESE
SEATTLE, Wash., Aug. 21. Tiouble Is threatened bore between
tho Italian nnd the Jnpancse employed on the railroad as laborers at Au
burn. The assistance of police officers to prevent a clash has been asked
for by tho railroad ofllclals, and these
MOB AND LYNCH WORKMEN
HlIt.MINOIIAM, Ala., Aug. 21. Tho situation nt the mines here in
tho troublo that has broken out between the white miners nnd tho nc
giocs is growing moro serious. The whites today mobbed a number of
negroes, captured one. of them, nnd lynched him.
m tm i m
GETTING BEHIND HUGHES
NEW YOItK, N. Y Aug. 21. Vice Presidential Candldntn Sher
man announced today that the Republican lenders of New York Stato
had decided to support tho candidacy of Governor Hughes for rcclctlon.
BRYAN STARTS SPEAKING
DES MOINES, In., Aug. 21. William Jennings llrynn, the Demo
cratic nominee for tho Presidency, mndo nn address hero today, dealing
principally with tho tariff. Ho is on route to Chicago.
- i i
HOLLAND IS WAITING
THE HAGUE, Holland, Aug. 21. Tho Government Is taking no no
tion nt present In regard to tho troublo with Venezuela, awaiting tho
report of Denies.
TRIAL OF JAPANESE POACHERS
VAI.DE, Alaska, Aug. 21. Tho
tured on the sealing grounds by the
has been begun.
SPRINGFIELD. III.. Aug. 21.
against six of the men who participated In the recent raeo riots In this
MASTER REPORTS ON '
JOHN JNA ESTATE
The master's rcpoit on the supple
mental and amended supplemental
accounts of tho administrators of tho
estate of John Enn was this morning
filed. Father II! Valentin nnd the
Hawaiian Trust Company lire tho ex
ecutors under tho will.
The executors charge thcmsclcs
with the sum of $7,224.15, amount
icef.d on iiccount of principal, and
usk t.l be allowed tho same mini
which has been disbursed on account
of principal. John Mnrcallluo, mas
ter, recommends that tho accounts
as amended bo approved.
Editor E von Ing Bulletin:
I observed In the Auckland Weekly
News of July 30th, p. 30, tho fol
lowing paragraph, which may Inter
est iomo of your readers:
"A fow months ago Dr. Mason,
Chief Health Ofllcer for Now Zeal
nnd, noticed that the discovery of n
now remedy for leprosy had been
made by Professor Dcyclfe Pasha, and
Immediately cabled homo for a sup
ply of tho remedy, known as nastln
hand, It Is being Injected under tho
supervision of Dr. Uphnm. Since Its
iifio has been commenced Dr. Mason
sas u great Improvement In tho con
dition of both patients lu noticeable.
"Tho Maori youth particularly has
made splendid progress towards re
covery." There nro two known lepers In
New Zealand, ono whlto, tho other
n Maori. As -the Hawaltans nro close
ly aMn to tho Maoris, what will cuio
one would doubtless bcncllt tho oili
Tho health authorities hero will do
well to closely follow tho result of
C. F. MAXWELL.
PAPER FROM HONOLULU
Shlpponburg (Pa.) News
Wo nro In receipt of tho Atlantic,
Siiuadron edition of tho E v o n I n g
II u 1 I o 1 1 n , handed us by J. Ed
ward Whorloy, of this place. Tho
paper Is nn up-to-dnto 7-column dally
sheet, tho spoclnl edition consisting
of forty pages. The paper Is printed
at Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, nnd
(onlalim much that Is Interesting nnd
Instinctive. In sneaklmr ,.r !lm,ml
- " "
Tho Sixth Massachusetts rifle team
have been ordered to tho scene of
(rial of the Japanese poachers cap
men of the revenue cutter Rush
Indictments were returned today
the It ii 1 1 o t I n Mates (hat the city
lias 24 miles of electric cnr lines, tho
Eervlco tho Lest; 125 miles of wcll-
pacd streets, two foundry nnd ma
chine shops, capable of making ex
tended ship repairs. There is also a
naval station located there.
Tho II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n Is truly metropol
itan and reflects si cat credit upon
the publishers for their Yankee push
The paper was sent to Mr. AVhor-
ley by nn old Shlppcnburg b'oy, In tho
pen-on of William A. Gruvcr, now on
the U. S. S. Kansas, ono of our naval
bulldogs belonging to tho armada
which is at present making Its world
famous girdlo of tho earth. Mr. Gru
vcr lias served over threo years in
tho Navy, his enlistment expiring
early In Juno of next year.
PRAISE FROM TROY
ITroy (N. Y.) Record!
Tho Evening Bulletin
comes to us from far-off Hawaii with
a special number Issued In honor of
tho pretence of tho Fleet. Honolulu.
and Hawaii nro certainly making
long strides towards closer union
with the American people In feelings
ns well as In fact. This evidence of
It in the commemoration number of
tho Honolulu Bulletin Is espe
cially pleasing Inasmuch as it will
cause throughout tho wholo country
a deeper appreciation of tho growth
in Iho American spirit In the Islands.
NEW YORK TIMES PLEASED
INcw York Times
Hawaii Is Isolated only physically
Tho "Atlantlci Fleet' Edition" of Tho
Evening 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n of Hono
lulu, comprising foity well-printed
pages, full or news, special articles
signed by experts nnd ofllclals of tho
Tiensury, and advertisements of
Ameilrau firms, shows that when Ad
mlral Spcrry visited tho Island para
dise In mid-July Its people wcro al
together cognizant of what things
are going on in tho world, nnd of
their vital rotation thereto. Tho
strategic value of tho Ilawntlnn Isl
ands Is enhanced by tho educated
spirit, tho enterprise, nnd tho loy
alty of their Inhabitants to tho homo
Arloch Wheeler, n farmer of North
Minims, Conn., ultomiitcd to llv with
n pair of paper winds and was nearly
drowned In tho liver running by tho
.aiii irom wnicu Ho Jumped.
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlna
Rlltl.flt. nil,.. .. ,. ,.- .
T.".. ""."." "" """ '"""nary, or
mo news oi ino aay.
In Interior Decorating is dono In
tho thorough, and finished manner In
which work of this kind should bo
For thii pirpw-o wo employ nono
but careful, neat palnr-t.il.ltig -expert
V.'l cro wo nro onto employed tvo
ars ul.vays in demand.
AND EXTERIOR DECORATOR?
Signs of Merit, 317 King St.
cf holding your paper to read near
er or farther than 12 inches.
BOTH WRONG. Better consult
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' Last quartor or the moon Aug. 18.
Hawaiian standard tlmu ia iu num.
30 minutes slower than Grecnwlcl
tlmo, being that of tin meridian of 15,
Icgrces 30 minutes Tho time whlstk
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 hourc 0 minutes. Sun
and moon are foj local tlmo 7or ih
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Thursday, August 20.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. 10:
Am. hk. Mohican, from Mahukona.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Aug. 20:
Am. Collier Saturn, for Honolulu.
Am. Supply sp. Justin, for Honolulu.
Friday, August 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. 20:
S. S. Texan, fiom Saltan Cruz.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. 21:
S. S. Hongkong Main, from Hono
lulu,' 9 n. m
PORT HARFORD Arrived Aug, 20.
S. S. I.nnsliig, from Honolulu.
KAIIUI.UI Sailed Aug. IS:
S. S. Santn Rita, for Port St. Louis.
SAN FRANCISCO Al lived. Aug. 20:
llkt. Coionado from Santa Ciuz.
Saturday, August 22.
HILO Anlted, Aug. 18:
I)kt. Kllkltatn, from Port Gamble.
Tho Canadian-Australian btenmer
Aorangl, Captain Phillips, arrived In
port early this morning from Sound
potts, bringing a long list of through
passengers, nnd 11 few for this port,
prominent among thoso going through
being tho Earl of Dudley, tho now
head of tho Australian Commonwealth.
The Aorangl had 23 tons of general
enrgo for this port nnd a hold full for
the Colonics. Sho sailed nt 2:30 this
afternoon nn her way south. Tho trip
from Vancouver nnd Ylctoila was
Tho Lurlluo m rived this morning
fiom Snn Francisco with 1200 tons of
general freight. Sho looked low by
tho stern ns tho hove In off poit, C
days nnd 18 hours from tho Coast.
Sho biought no ninils, having left San
Francisco with tho Alameda.
THE MAUNA KEA got In on sched
ule tlmo this morning Irom Hllo and
Maul, with a cuigo repotted ns fol
lows by Puisor Peto Phillips: 1 dog,
1 bag coin, 1 box chickens, 2 niitoS,
24 mules, 1 horses, 5 empty wlnu bar
rels, 7 ban els empty bottles, 10 bags
uwn, 11 bags cqcoa, 11 cords wood, 12
crates celery. 15 paekageH vegetables,
22 empty kegs, 22 barrels empty hot
tlt'S, 25 bags cabbages, 31 bags taro,
G5 bags bones, 291 packnges sundries,
THE FOLLOWING sugar Is report
ed on Hawaii by Purser Peto Plillllna
or tho Manna Ken: Olan. 21,130; Wnl
akeo, 3100; Hawaii Mill. 0000; Wul
naku, 11,710; Onnmcn, 19.000; Popeo
keo, 21,550; Hnnoinu, 19,800; Hnknlau,
12,295; Laupahoehoo, 14,000; Ooknla,
8000; Kukaiaii, 1800; Hnmnkiiu, 10.
000; Panuhuii, 1GS5; Honokoa, 13,400;
Kiikulhaelo. 4700; Punnluii, 9331; Ho
"DUMMY," well known In tho China
town bcctlnn hcie, who depatted for
San Francisco somo tlmo ago, was
tho canto of tho stowing nwny of Wll
Ho Rlckard on tho Alameda last 'til p.
Wllllo was brought back to poit her
on this voyage.
THE JAMES MAKEE was lu tho
now water near tho harbor entrance
this morning making houndlngs, with
n view to charting tho tvntor nnd open
ing It for shlppln-
ARRIVALS iu Iho luter-Islaud licet
this morning worn tho Manna Kea
from Hllo and Maul, tho Hclcuu with
cattle fiom Hawaii, mid tho Noeau
with sugar fiom thu Dig Island also,
AS WAS SUSPECTED, tho Alice
Cooko, which was 10 days going from
this port to San Francisco, had u
NATIVE HOYS gato a flnu exhibi
tion of diving from n high pllo driver
this morning ns II10 Aorangl was dock
THE MEXICAN anil tho Al'l.omtli
leave (oinoiiow evening for Kahiilul
THE DIG suction dredgo went on
tho mnrlne railway this morning,
THE SCHOONER Rob Roy nnlved
this morning from Pearl Harbor,
J3BT-"For Rent" cards on sale at
Saturday, August 22.
C.-A. S. S. Aorangl, Phillips, from
Vancouver and Victoria, 7:30 a. in,
Stnir. Mnunn Ken, Freeman, from
Hllo and Maul, 7 a. tu.
M. N. S. S. l.urllnc, Wccdon, fiom
San Francisco, 7:30 n. m.
Htmr. llelcne, Nelson, from Hawaii,
Stmr, Noeau, from Hawaii, n. in.
Friday, August 21.
Stmr. Clandlnol Bennett, for Maul
and Hllo, S p. m.
Saturday, August 22. ,
C.-A. S. S. Aoritligl, Phillips, for tho
Colonies, 2:30 p. m,
Per M. N. S. S. Lurllno, Wccdon,
from Snn Francisco, Aug. 22. R. Oven
nnd wife, Miss Pettis, L. G. Kcllog.
Mrs. Hnckedorn. Miss I. J. Ulrvin,
Mrs. M. Glbb, W. Qlbb, Miss E. Glbb.
Mrs. R. D. Mead, mnld and child, J. u.
Campbell nnd wife, D. Ross. For
Hllo: Miss G. Peterson, Miss A.
Holmes. Miss F. Hyde, Miss O. Hyde,
W. S. Wnrd, L. Schocn, Mrs. Holland.
Per stmr. Manna Ken, Freeman,
rrom Hllo nnd Man, Aug. 22. W. V.
Thatcher, W. D. Alexander, Dr. N. I).
Emerson, Mrs. EmerBon, A. W. Etner
Lou, Mrs. A. Eaklc, Miss S. Illcknell,
Miss M. Moorot P. F. Glgson, Mrs.
Gibson, Miss E. M. Spencer, Mrs. 11.
White. W. L. Howard, Rev. W. Felmy.
Mis. Felmy, M. Mlngerodc, L. Abrnms,
Mrs. Abrnms, W. II. Hoogs, Jr., C. W.
Mncfurlanc, C. Livingston, Mrs. C
Lltlngston, Mrs. Geo. C. Potter, Mrs.
II. G, llrouse, F. White, Miss 11. Her
bert, Mrs. Geo. Heibert, Mrs. F. Lovo,
M. A. Hastings, J A. Freeman, Mrs.
Freeman, Mrs. F. Stroup, Master M.
Lord, Master H. Lord, Mrs. E. J. Lord,
O. II. I.umlcy, Miss V. Thornton, Miss
II. Ilrandnn, Mis. llrandoii, Mrs. E.
liiilluril, C. Slot ens, II. Tnylor, IS.
Dunn, W Prestldgo. Miss H. Jocelyn.
II. Iluhler, Mrs. R. lluhler, T, UtwvU,
O. P. demons, E. Hallard, C. Llnkard,
Sasaki, Knnki, Tukahama, Illgo, K.
Abe, Fiikudn, I). Murakami, Katulgn
wa. Ohashl. K. Salto, Koyamn, Y. Wn-
frhlkiiWH, A. T. Wakelleld. F, J. Chujch,
Mrs. Alinnii, Mrs. C. E. Wright. Mns-
ler W. Wright, Miss K. Wilght. E.
White, A. C. Mnby, A. C. Ilradcn, .1. V.
McDonald. C. Hoogs. M. Monsarrat,
C. II. Fltzpatrlck, Dr. V. Norgaard, U.
liartlett, P. It. Isenbcrg. Mrs. R. I.
I.lllle, 11. 13. (Ionium, J. Goldstouo, N,
Harlan, T. Hates, W. Tines, A. Alwo
hi. Miss F. Phillips, Miss 13. Knlawo. J.
K. Nakookoo, Leung, Mrs. Leoug, Mas
ter Lcong. W. G. Walker, C. McClcn-
nan, .Master W. Dascll, Mrs. J. Das
sell. J. Stewart, A. P. Held, Mrs. Held,
Miss Held, Miss C. S. Wight. MaBlrj:
8. Mctzcr. A. Loiilsson, F. I). MoVA
Mrs. P. R. Isenberg. Miss Ward, C.
Akiiiia, Pung See, Wm. Hookalainii.
Miss G. Knight, Sun Fo, Miss Leoug,
Rov. A. V. Hall, Dr. W. G. Rogers, It.
N. Kainakahuklhi, Master Kamnkabii
kllal, Mrs. Pferdnor, E. K. Paxton, Ed
Ingham, F. J. Hnro. J. P. Cooke, II.
Haldwln, Miss M. O'Sulllvan, II. Tu
nnkn, Miss D. Smith, Miss E. Smith.
C. M. l.ovblail, A. J. Spitzer, Miss, Ar .
Meyers, W. A. Kinney. Mrs. Kinney,
Master Kinney, Miss C. Crowes, Miss
M. Crewes, (Miss Aiona, Win. Leo
Kwnl. Master Leo Kwal. Rev. K. An-
gal, Klna Tnng. Master P. Mejers, N,
FIJInioto, J. Robertson, N. E. Gedgo.
Per C.-A. S. 8. Aoraiml. Phillips,
It 0111 Vnncouvcr nnd Vlctoila, Aug 22,
Miss J. Oregg, Miss Adams, Mrs, D.
M. Hervey. Miss F. Carter. Miss l
Camel on, I, N. Folsom, P.. Fernendez,
It. do Redninync, Mr. anil Mrs. J. A.
Lylc, II. M. Wells and 202 passengers
lor through poits.
Per htmr. Claudlno, Dennett, for
Maul and Hllo, Aug. 21, 5 p. m, Miss
Lulu Low, Mrs. Foster, W. M Ilcnniitt,
Robert Low, Hm Louis. 13. J. Walker,
Cadet Puck, W. T. Robinson nirl wf,
Miss Crook, Mrs. S. II. Randall. Mas
ter Randall, O. H, Sweezy, II. II.
James, Sing Ylck and wl.
Per C.-A. S. S. Aorangl, Phillips,
from Vancouver and Victoria for Iho
Colonies, Aug. 22. Mrs. Chas. Wer
ner, N. Morris. Mls'n Stncey, Miss
Milestone, Frank Smith. W. Sullivan.
J I. Williams, C. F. Kobhlns. (1. W.r
Joncs, J. W. Whltnkcr, A. Edwaids,
Mrs. J. Kennedy nnd four children,
Mrs. Herbert nnd three children, Mrs.
Temperatures 0 a. in., 72; 8 n. in.,
77; 10 11. m., 78; noon, 81; morning
narometer, 8 11. in., 30,01; nliolulo
humidity, 8 a. 111., H.270 grains pur
cubic toot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
03 per cent; dow point, 8 a. 111.. 113.
Wind fi n. m., velocity 2, dliecllou
R. S n. m., velocity 2, direction 8. E.;
10 a. in., velocity G, direction N.; noon,
velocity 10, direction N. E.
llnlufull during 24 hours ended 8 a.
111.. .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 184 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN
Section Director, Weather lluiuaii.
Now York police now believe tho
charred body of tho joiuig woman
found In Giccnpnlut 11 week ago Is jh.it
of Miss Annlo Heilvel of Detroit. ;i
stenographer. Sho m lived lu New
Yoik ami dlsappeiued a few days bo
foro tho body was found.
Dr. Datid Jayno Hill, nmhassador of
the United States to Germany, deliv
ered tho opening address at tho Inter
national congiess of historical scl- j
ciiccb at Ileilln, Gcimnny.
QET IN EXT
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowinn-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll haveiit 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,