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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, AUG. 21, 190S.
MONO A V
Honolulu Chapter Past Mat
ter Most Excellent Master.
Lcahl Chapter No. 2 Special
All IsltltiK members of the
Order nro coidlnlly Imlted to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mcots every Monday evening nt
7:30 In 1. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street
i:. 11. HENDUY, Secretary,
HEN. F. VICKE11S, N. 0
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d nnd 1th Tuesday
of each mouth nt 7:30 p. m. nt K. 1'.
Hall, corner l'ort mid llcrctauta Sts.
Visiting Druthers cordially welcome
V. L. LY1.K, C. C,
V. WALDHON, K. of It. & S.
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In If. of P. Halt,
corner l'ort and llerctanla. Visiting
lirothuis cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEEH1NG, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, IC.U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I.odgo No. 010, II. P. 0.
E will meet In their hall on King
near l'ort Stieet ccry 1'ilday even
ing. lly order of the H. It.:
IIENUY C. EASTON,
"WM. II. McINEItNY, L". It.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and llcrotanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FKAZEE, C.C..
i:. A. JACOHSON, K.K.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY ironings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, comer
Ucretnula nnd l'ort streots.
Visiting Eagles nro Invited to at
tend. V. L. FKAZEE, W., Prcst.
II. T. MOOUE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third .Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hnll. Visiting brothers cor
dially United to attend.
A 11. AUI.EIOH, Sachem.
A. 13 MUUPHY. C. of n.
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. &. Naami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel,
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Waverley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General J ' ing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wll Paper. Paints, Oils,
etc. T. 0. Eox. 914. 221 No. King
Et., opp. Aala Pari:. W. B. Kara, ragr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new 1'EENOH
257 Berctania 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
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Fort and Kine Sts.
mwwwmw.,- . ,
When you get
us to make
0"r $25. suits
GEO. A. MARTIN,
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
For The Home
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.. LTD.
EDGEWORTH 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
Alakca St., bet. King and Merchant.
PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS.
Wholesale and Retail
Fresh Every Morning from Wahiawa.
ALAKEA STREET, near KINO.
tUf'Tor Rent" cards on sale at
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New babies can use old carriaees.
Let a Bulletin Want Ad. sell
Mrs, Kcnrns' fresh chutney Is now
Gc, nt nil grocery stores.
Parndlse of Pacific Fleet number
for snlo nt nit howsstnnds.
The Ilulletlns bent the Giants at
Atkinson Park jestvrdny.
Expert mnssngo Im glien by Mr, nnd
Mis. IlnHhlinotn nt 411 King street.
hben Low wan nmong I lie pnsscn-
gers In the Mlkahal.i yesterday morn
ing. L. A. Thurston nnd K. S. Hosmcr
sailed yesterday In tho l.nrllne for
Call 301 or 41, day or night, for
Mnnucl K. ltlclmrds In his new Frank
Fied Schmidt nnd Miss llcrthn
Schmidt of l.lhuo nro visiting their
friends In this city.
Noa Altill, Ilpimty County Attorney
of Hawaii who went to Knunl last
woke let in licit yesteidny.
I.oiiId Horner, court stenographer,
returned last night from n walking
tour around the Island of Oaliu.
All kinds Of beer, nines and mixed
drinks nro served In tho best manner
nt the Fashion. .Inst glo us a try.
Attorney l.lghtfont this morning
filed his partial report as receiver of
tho Hawaiian Realty nnd Maturity
For distilled water and nssorted
rodn waters, delivered to jour office
or residence, ling up the Arctic Soda
Water Works. Phono fir7.
On Installments of $3 per month sou
enn purchase n Whlto Family Itotary
sewing machine. Ilcnny & Co, Ltd.,
agents, 12GG Fort St. Phono 4SS.
J-.iigeno l.ymnn Is mentioned as the
choice of the Home Rule parly's rep
rescntntlics, on this Island, for Dele
gate to Congiess,- Hawaii HcrnM.
Coat your Iron roots with "Aruhlr. "
You will bo surprlsod at Ub cooling
and presorv&tlve properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
Have you seen It? The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Offl-e Specialty Co.. Ltd.
Conies 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 mailintr. three cents.
Ernest N. Parker of Honolulu ami
his stepsisters. Miss Campbell and
Miss n. Campbell, aro among the lat
est arrivals nt tho Stewart. Call,
Immigration Inspector ltnymond
Hi own Is expected hack hero on the
"Ith, fioni a till) to thu other Islands
for tho purpose of Issuing certlhc.iles
to American born Chinese.
Jack Grace, who was arrested the
other day on n chnrgo of violating tho
lMmimds Act, had IiIh hearing before
Commissioner .Imp! this morning. Ills
hall was llxed al (500, and ho was re
Tho contest of tint will of tho Into
Prlneo David wns again pushed for
ward on tho calendar In Judgo Do
Holt's court this morning, being set
for Wednesday ut HI o'clock. It looks
vei) much us If tho contest will bo
settled out of Court.
Win, Frost, n Camp Shatter sol
(Her, last Satuiday uu-nlng facetious.
ly throw u brick ut a young Hawaiian
woman who was silting In nu Ico
cream p-irlor In tho Winston block,
Tho joko was assessed worth (10 in
tho Policu Couit this morning.
During his recent tilp around tho
island Deteetho I.uko Investigated the
case of tho old Hindu, who reported
that ho had been assaulted and robbed
of a dollar by soiuo soldiers. I.uko
found that thu old fellow- had spent
tho dollar In a saloon, ncqulring a Jag
lis a result of which ho fell and hurt
himself. I.aku rcpnits that tho alleged
assault was a puio fahilcatlon.
Among tho thioiigh passengeis on
tho China Is Dr. A. J. Sloan, bound
for Japan. Ho has been for many
years tho Oriental manager of the
Equitable l.lfo, and Is one of tho best
known nun In tho Kast. Ho was
once shipmate with Captain Filete,
yeaiH ago, on Iho Panama run of tho
old "Constitution," nnd there lias
been u gay renewing of old memories
during tho picsent voyugo.
Old Government Plantation cigars
aro thu best In Hawaii. Tho proof Is
In thu smoking thereof. Tho l.a Es-
eurla five-cent slzu Is tho most popu
lar, but there nro also tho Purltunos,
Finos, Perfectoi-H, Pnuntelas, Invlnci
hies, Helim Victorias and Hegalla Hi I
taunlca elzes, all possessed of certain
dcsliahlo qualities. A lencly smoko.
Tnko a box homo you'll order numb
er. Lewis & Co., Ltd., clgnr empor
ium, 1G9 N. King street: telephone 240,
Ilov. It. 11. Dodgo returned last woek
fioni Moloknl, having greatly enjoyed
thu twelve days he spent there. Ho
Mslled every section or tho Island,
looking after tho needs of tho eight
churches under tho euro of tho Ha
waiian Hoard of Missions. Upon his
letiirn tho Maul Aid Association Im
mediately placed two orders for tho
building of a new parsonage nt the
Knluaaha Church. Pukoo, for Ilov. I.
I). Ineu, and for tho repairs of Wallaii
church, which llirco eurs ago was
(allied twenty feet Inland by n heay
tidal wave. During tho last row-
mouths tho Pclckunu chinch has been
put. Into splendid slinpo by Iho Maul
Aid Association toward which repairs
tho PulcKimu church members iiuvo
generously contributed. Mnul Nows.
T- BULLETIN ADS. PAY -mm
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
Record Stock Business
NEW YORK, N. Y., Aug. 22.
change mndo the day's transactions tho
)cnr, before the flnnnelnl depression.
TANGIKll, Morocco, Aug. 23.
brother of the Sultan, whom ho has defeated In buttle, lins been proclaim
ed Sultan. Abdul Aziz, tho defented ruler, Is lleolng to tho south, pur
sued by tho troops of tho usurper, who
turn to tho city of Morocco, which Is
TANOIEU, Morocco, Aug. 22.
been encamped around the walls of
Hafld, tho Usurper, were attacked In
ment being brought on.
The Sultan's troops wero defeated
escaped capture. Ho Is now being hotly pursued by tho victorious horse
men of his half-brother.
JAPAN TO OPEN
PEKIN. China. Aug. 22. Japan
for tho Installation of telegraph lines.
Negotiations over thn seizure liv
Chlnchow, consigned to Japanese linns, which was made on August 12,
Iiuvo resulted In it settlement of the matter without tercrriiig It to Pc-kin.
CHICAGO. III.. Aug. 2.1. 0. W.
Treasury here, has been arrested, charred will, llicfl An nYimilnntlnii
of the currency in the vaults shows
CONSTANTINOPLE ON FIRE
. CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Aug. 23. This city wns swept by a
(onflagratlon today. Fifteen hundred
llamcs and theic has been a great loss
SPIUNGFIELD. 111.. Aug. 22.
persons clinrged with Implication In the recent rnco riots hero wcro re
turned Satin day by the (Irani! Jury.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Aug. 22.-Tho Tiiiklsh Ambassadors
nt llcrlln nnd Vienna have been recalled by the reconstructed Turkish
IIEIinEN. N'oiwny, Aug. 23. Folgcurondaii has been wrecked In
thu Sknger Hack and fmty persons have been ill owned.
DOINGS OF THE ' FERN, I4TH HIMSELF,
SUPREME COURT HAS FOURTEENTH CHILD
The raso of the Illshop Trust Coin
pall vs. the Oaliu Sug'ir Company
has been specially set for Wednesday
for henrlny before thu Supremo Court.
In the matter of tho taxation of costs
lu the Lahnlnnliiua case, In which thu
trustees huo taken un appeal, it wns
set for a hearing on Thursday of (his
week. A motion by thu Attorney (Jen
em! tu dismiss thu appeal of tho Hllo,
Fruit Company was withdrawn in
open court this morning. .Ilnimle
Thiimpsoii's suit wilt be suiuultlcd on
briefs, and without argument prob
(Continued from Pa;e 1)
troics which tho leaders of that pre
cinct wish to settle. Solomon Mahc
loua, who Is one of .lack Lucas' Hti (in
gest supporters, will stand against
Ell Crawford, who favors Lane, and
Alapal. the stable-boss, who Is u
IIuhUuc inan, tho two latter having
((unbilled against Mnhclnnn, though
this fact Is supposed to be a secret.
In tho Twelfth, Bernard Kelekoliu,
who would falu get a nomination for
tho House, will bo opposed by Willie
Crawford and Chnrllo Clark, of whom
the foimcr Is also n candidate for tho
House. Clark, who was until recent
ly supposed to bo n cnndldato for
Itepiesenlutlvc, Is said to have decid
ed not to run. as he now has employ
ment which Is mora congenial to him
than thai In legislative, halls.
In thn Ninth and tho Eighth tlicro
Is some apprehension lest the follow
ers of Achl who still graco tho Re
publican lolls make soino trouble, Kn
nulin and Fred. Deckley being op
posed In tho lattnr precinct to Abra
ham Kcliae, tho Achl man. In tho
Eleventh efforts lire being mndo to
have Just una slate, this to bo ef
fected through a compromise, whllo
In tho Tenth It Is expected that Ka
lelopu will bo nblo to head tho ticket
lu tho Pearl City precinct trouble
Is thieatonlng, -Ocorgo Nawnakoa,
who was n short time ago deposed
as Itond Supervisor, being in tho ring
against Archer, who will nnmu ono
slate. Nawnakoa Is oppobed to Hus-
Tlicro has been much speculation
as to who would run for Supervisor.
Cox of Walalua will run again, hut It
Is not so certain that Dwlght will do
so, Among tho now mon who uro In
tho battle for theso honors, uro Hill
Ajlctt, tho veteran handboy nnd
hacl.man, who bomn years ago was u
member of tho House; Nakap.ialiit,
Lano'H P.iuoa representative; A. K,
Vicrrn, tho, baseball man;, and Jim
Qulnn, S. P. Mnlolun, the foreman
on tho Oceanic wharf, Is also said to
Ex-Iteprescntatlvo Correa an
nounced yesterday nt a political luau
at Knllhl Camp that ho would again
be u candidate for the House.
Saturday's business on the Stock Ex
largest slncu August 1 of Inst
Mulnl Hnfld, the rebellious half-
are attempting to cut off his re
faithful to him.
Tho forces of tho Sultan, who had
Fez, besieging tho nrmy of Mulai
n sortlo today, a general engage
nnd tho Sultan himself narrowly
has uereed tn reonen MnnehnHa
Dm Chinese nr 12. (inn rift nt
Fltzcernld. thn tpllor In Ilin Sub.
Hint (ITS, 000, nro missing.
houses have been dcsliocd by tho
Twenty more Indictments against
A baby boy wns born yesterday
morning to the wlfo of Supervisor
Joseph James Fern. This makes tho
fourteenth child In tho family of thu
well-known Supervisor, and .loo Is
kept busy today receiving tho cougrnt
ulationn of his fi lends. It Is a strnugo
coincidence that Fern was himself
thu fourteenth child lu his family.
Through n disagreement ns to tho
terms of tho dredging contract for tho
harbor work, legal complications may
soon hedgo about B. J. Lord, tho con
tractor. Ho has been dumping tho
ileluis from tho work whero It was
not wanted by thu U. S. engineers,
and was untitled to stop by Engineer
Hiirbank, Ho stopped for a whllo hut
lerently lcsmucd, nnd now It Is
thought possible that ho might, If such
ii thing should be thought uecessaiy
anywhere ulong tho Hue, bu arrested
under tho ItlveiH and lluiliors act of
March 3rd, Ihfltf, by which U. S. Engi
neers and their assistants' aro made
ariestliig ulllcers, nnd It is spccinut.
that such work us It being donu shall
go forward with tho approval of these
It has been mentioned that Lord
may bo arrested because lio has "niado
hlniseir objectionable." Under tho
Act, this would warrant no moro than
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various mailers of Importance which
url slated to bo brought up.
Governor Fronr and Delegate Kn
lanlnnaolo havo been working togotlicr
with a luw towards getting tho public
opinion on this matter, as they feel
that It Is something In which every
tltlzeii nnd well-wisher of thu'IslnuiH
should bu vitally luleiested. Willi
this In mind, and so that tho matter
I could bu settled before Iho special ses
'tdou uf Congress, Invitations have
I been issued to all Iho organization);
and business firms lo havo a repic
(sentathe piescnl tonight nt tho mout
NEW PARK COMMISSIONERS.
Oerrltt Wilder nnd Ocorgo P. Cnsllo
hnvo been appointed I'aik Couimls
tlnuurs to take tho places of L. A.
Thurston and E. A. Mclnerny, re
Post (Mil co Inspector Hiiro showed
up this morning ut tho Judiciary build
ing. Ho has been making a tour of
Mnul, and It has been iiunored that
hu has been Investigating an alleged
robbery of tho United States malls.
However, when usked about It thin
morning, ho stated that tlicro was no
robbery. Tho mall sacks, however,
had been damaged, by what ho did not
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IN FOREIGN PORTS
Saturday, Auoutt 22,
1I1I.O Arrled, Aug. 18;
Hkt, Kllkltnta, from Port Gamble.
Monday, August 24.
Illl.O Arrived Aug. 18:
llktne. Kllkltnt. from Pint Gamble
TACOMA Sailed Aug. 21:
Ilk, E. F. Whitney, for Knhiilul.
OKAYS HAHHOIt Sailed Aug. 21:
Schr. C. A. Thayer, for Honolulu.
SAN FIIANCISCO Sailed -Aug. 22:
S. S. Alaskan, for Seattle.
SA NFKANCISCO Sailed Aug. 21:
U. S. Paelllc Fleet, for Honolulu.
U. S. Pncine Torpedo Fleet, for Ho
IJ. S. Solace, for Honolulu.
SAN FIIANCISCO Arrived Aug. 24
8. S. Enterprise, from illlii, 9 a. in.
SAN DIEGO Arrived Aug. 23:
Yacht Litrllue, from Hllo.
DELAWAItE HKEAKWATEIt Al
rived Aug. 21:
Am. hi. Astral, fiom Hllo, Apt tl r.
iiu iimy six ions ni ireigui nil
this port, but with n larger list o
passengers than usual, tho V. M. S. S
China, Captain Frlele, nrrlved thli
morning from San Francisco on loutt
to tho Orient. Shp Is taking on Gil
tons of coal hero, so sho will not get
away from her dock before 0 o'clock
Tho China had an uneventful run
down here, finding smooth weather nl
tho way from tho Coast.
Sho brought 174 lings of mall, rep
icsentlng nu accumulation or foil'
In her hold, the China canles .0(
submarine mines for Manila harboi
They nie good mines, mlnun tho vlt.i
explosive. Tho China has at oik
tlmo mid another carried tho inlnc
wltli thu explosive lu them, but thu
wa snot donu with so largo u ship
nient, which would have been suf
flclcnt to blow up Oaliu It tho guncot
ton had been left lu tho enses.
Thu Asia was In tho harbor al
Hongkong when thu typhoon whlcl
did mi much damage along the Chin;
coast struck Hint place. Purser Then,
describes It graphically. It was a clr
cnlar wind, travelling nt the rato ol
10 miles an hour. Tho Asia was un
harmed, but tho Persia went on tin
mud flats. Sho was uninjured, ns wai
the Mongolln, tho only damage sus
tallied by the big vessel being to tin
gangwny, which was smashed by t
vessel loose from Its moorings,
THE A.-H. S. S. Mexican departei
yestoiday afternoon for Hllo to dlt
charge tho remainder of her cargo
She will land the rails and otlie
equipment for thu live miles of add,
tlomil track which tho Hllo rallroai
Is putting In to aid In the coustriictlor
of the Hllo hienkwuter. The steam
ship Arlzouaii departed for Kaliuliit tt
discharge freight and tnko on Bugar.
THE FLAUHENCE WAUD, whlcl
got In into Sutiircny afternoon frorr
Mldwny, after a slow trip, eucountcrci
rather calm weather nil tho way here
In plnco of storms as was feared. Shi
made n passagu of over a mouth,
EIGHTEEN Gllbeit Islanders win
had been victims of a "bhickblrdlng'
expedition and hail senod IS years Ii
sorWtudo lu Guatemala, passed
through on tho Aoraugl, being sent
homo by Iho Hiltlsh government.
THE ASTItAI. Is oveiduo ut Del
a win o Hienkwuter, ami nothing hat
been hoard of her since sho left hen
last April in company with the Atlat
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mid the Edward Sowall, both of which
havo been lu port some time.
THE ASIA sighted lu 3.1.50 degrcer
north nnd lfl.1-25 cast, on her Inst t,rl
from Iho Orient, tho wieck of n Jnp
most) schooner, thu Kino Moto Mnrn
110 tonsNgross, owned by Mitsubishi
THE P. M. S. S. Asia arrived In
imrt late Saturday afternoon and went
on yesterdny. She had n nno caigo
nr Hllk. amounting to 23,000 bales,
THE KE All HOU for Knual mid the
llelcno for Ilnwull aro inler-Islnnd
callings, (his afternoon, both leaving
nt 5 n cluck.
THE MIKAHALA'S height list In
cluded 1 hoise, I cow, 1 dog, 1(! head
cattle, 8 pigs, ill bales wool, 11 boxes
EDWAHD SKEIIAN died on board
the Aoruugl whllo sho was lu unit
hero this tilp. Ho wns a consumptive.
HALF A DOZEN Honolulu pcoplo
went down to Hllo on Iho Lurllnu yeB
terday, sailing ut 2 o'clock,
THE W. G. HALL'S freight list In
eluded 2021 bags sugar, 2000 bags rice,
100 bags cocoanuts.
THE KINAU will bilng ns caigo
-111') bags ot sugar Mom. Kauai.
THE KE AU I10U brought 1000
THE LUHLINE brought spuds for
KAMAIOPILI At Maternity Home,
Aug. 21, IMS, lo Mr. nnd Mrs. S. F.
KnmalopllI, u daughter.
Saturday, August 22 '
P. M. S. S, Asia, from Yokohama, 5
Stmr. Ko au lion, rrom wiilinea,
11!30 p.m. i
Sunday, August 23.
Stmr. Mlknhala, Tullett, from Mo
loknl and Maul ports, 2:05 a. in.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, from
Knual pints, a. m.
.Mommy, August 21.
P. M, S. S. Chlnn, from San Fran- T
Cisco, S a, 111. )
1 utfai cu 1
Sunday, August 23.
M. N. S. S. Lurllue, Wccdon, for
Hllo, 2:10 p. m.
A.-H. S. S. Mexican, Nichols, for
Hllo, 5:25 p. m.
A--H. S. S. Arlzonnn, Tnpley, for
Kalmlul, 5:25 p. m.
P. M. S. S. China, for Yokohama nnd
Hongkong, G p. 111.
Per P. M. S. S. Chlnn. Frlelo, from
San Francisco, Aug. 24. For Hono
lulu: II. It. Panning, E. I'.. Hodge,
Mrs. F. Hodge, C. II. llrlggs. Mrs. C.
II. Ililggs, J. F. Flnley, A- Gnrlciiborg,
Mrs. A. Gartenberg, Miss Caiol Gar-
enberg. Miss Jean Garlenbcig, John
W. Gllmorc, Mrs. John W. Gllmoru
.mil Infant, Master J. Landriini (111-
nore, Miss Agnes limit, Judge A. S.
Ilnrtwell, T. J. King, Win. J. Lent,
Mrs. Win. J. Lent, J. J. Morgan, Mrs.
1. J. Morgan. T. H. Petrle, F. II.
I'leicy. Flllppo Sllveslrl, D, T. Full
Way. For Yokohama: Copt. Henry
Rowan Lcmly. For Kobe: Mrs. Itlch
ird Stevenson, E. Talbot, Mrs. E. Tal
bot and Infant, Mrs. A. Welhaven. For
Nagasaki: Dr. A, J, Sloan. For Mil
ilia: L. Sterling Uoggess, Hrv, A. A.
Forshcc, Mrs. A. A. Forshee, Miss
Ruth Forshee, J. L. Hnrtman, Miss
Hazel Heath, A. Heinz, Henry J.
Hunt, Qulncy S. Loeknrt, Chns. A. Ma
lion, Fred C. Mahnn, II. II. Mntthel,
;lciiry S. Mears, Mrs. Roderick O'Con
lor, Wallace C. A. Palmer, II. II. Pond,
lowcll D. Pope, Illchard M, Strohl, L.
3. Walter, It. II. Williams. For Hong
long: Chns. S. Coy, E. Gregory, Miss
S. Hamilton, W. Ilauffe, Senor Don
Carlos Welssu y Humeri).
Per P. M. S. S. Asia, from tho Or
ient, Aug. 22. For Honolulu: Mrs.
I. C. Anderson. Through: Col, Wll
Inm C. Greene, Dr. William J. Gal
iraltli, Walter Daniel, Thomas C. Has
.en, Hermann Jnnnlcke, Jnmes 11.
riiomns. Miss Lillian Thomas, Master
Vnltcr Thomas, Erdmnn Schreck,
Miss Evn Greene, Campbell Glover,
Xrtliur Lewis, Theodore I. Owen, Mrs.
r. I, Owen and Infant, Mrs. Jnmes II.
Thomas, Miss Edith Thomas, Alexand
er Ichon, Miss Gcorglna Weaver.
Per stmr .Mlknhala. from Mnul mid
Molokai ports, Aug. 23. Geo. Klucgel,
Ebeli Low, II. Howell, J. T. Cleghorn.
Miss T. Hrnsch, Miss E .Ilrasch, Miss
H. Fernandez, Masters Fernandez (3),
Miss E. Kane. W. II. Kane, Louisa Ka
le, K. ane, J. C. Kaunlil, K. Hanson,
Mrs. Hanson, Mrs. Corn nnd Infant, I).
McCorrlston, Mrs. Win. Meyer, Mrs.
Ico. Lucas, India Wayson, Abblo
Lucas, Violet Lucas, Clarence Lucas,
2. A. Hartwell and 21 deck.
Per stmr. W, G. Hull, from Kuiiiil
xirts, Aug. 23. E. W. Ilarron, Mrs.
Knhcle, Lucy Klnl, Llzzlu Kin!, Mis.
Schmidt, Miss Bchmldt, Mrs. A. Cran
mer, J. Aon, J, D. Aliuoku, Mr. Mlkl,
Mrs. Slemseli, Mrs. Auhl, Nira Alull,
Chew Young, Mr. Lowrey, D. Damon,
T. Odn, J. Hockett, J. K. Cockctt. Geo.
larr, Geo. Maloho, Sam Mooklnl and
I PASSENGER3 DEPARTED
Per M. S. S. Lurllue. for Hllo. Aug.
23. L. A. Thurston. It. 8. llinmur,
Mrs. L. T. Peck, Miss M. Llshmnn.
I" PASSENGERS BOOKED
t. - .;.
' Per O. S. S. Alanieda, for San Fr.ui
dteo, Aug. 2(1. Miss A. Miirinnn, Mr.
ind Mrs. Geo. Wnterhouso and child,
Miss Carroll, Mrs. J. I. Moses, P. J.
chllles. Miss II. Hellliron, Mia. Mc
Lean and (laughter. Miss S. E. Perry,
Miss I). lllekait. Mis. E. C. Shrews
bury, Miss M, E. Hrueo, Miss A. Wet
zel, Mrs. M. A. Sllva nnd son, Stan
wood Dodge, Miss Josslo C. Shaw,
Mrs. Dlrkerson. Miss C. Mncdon.ild,
Mrs. Ilutton, Miss J. O. Mnher, Mr.
'did Mrs. W. W. Ilruncr and four ehll
Iren. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. P. Held, Miss
0. Held. Miss Nelko. Mrs. J. Coulter,
W. A. Kinney. Mr. I.irldn, Jr.. V. W.
Eveiton, Mr. Iloquet, Chits. A. Wong,
1. L. Kenton, O. F. Kenton, Jr., ( Hi
deniaiiii, wlfo and daughter, Mr. Tivn
nor. H. A. Whlto, E. T. Wliianl 0. II.
MnseH, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Allenbiirg,
Mrs. Gardner Wilder, Miss Graco Tow
er, Mr. Elani, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. T. eas
ier. A. Schnack, S. Wllknwskl, W. II.
Leahy and friend, Kim Tong Ho, Mrs.
Tong Phong and three chlldicn.
(Continued from Pice i
ion views will bo niade, to bo used
lu connection with' lectures which ho
will deliver In Ills native laud, Ho
will also make 11 study of tho cuno
parasites, and the opinion Is ox
pressed by a local authority dial tills
lesearch will icsult In much prollt,
probably, to cane-growers In the long
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin glvea a complete summary of
the news of thn day.
to Yourself anil let 111 build Iho .
noe, rowinjr-boat, or yacht which you
nave in rnina, wen nave'it ready
in no time, and the price Will be so
low that VOU Will wonder hnw wk ran
do it. We've done it, however; 10
Charles D .Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,
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