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EVENING nJI,T,ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., Tt'KSnAY, AUG, 23. 1Sh3.
Honolulu Chapter Past Mas
terMost Excellent Matter.
Leahl Chaptor No. 2 Special
All visiting members of (lie
Order nro cordially Invited to
nttonil meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O 0. F. Hall, l'ort Stroet.
15. It. 1II-5NOUY, Secretary.
HEN. F. VICKEUS, N. O.
All visiting toothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, Ho. 2, K. OF P.
Meats ovcry 2d nnd 1th Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. V.
nail, coruor Fort nnd llerctanla Sts.
Visiting Brothers conllnlly welcome
V. 1,. I.YL15, C. C,
i WAUHION, K. of K. & S.
QAHU LODGE, No. 1. K. of P.
Moots ovcry first nnd third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. of 1". Hall,
cornor Fort nnd llerctanla. Visiting
I) ro til era cordially Invited to nttend.
A. (1. DEI5KING. C.C.,
J AS. W. W1HT15. K.ltS.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. Clfi, II. I. O.
11, will meet In their Uall on King
jicar Fort Street overy Filday ovon
lns. lly order of the K. II.:
1H5NUY C. 15ASTON.
WM. II. McINnnNY, 1-5. It.
7m. M'KINLEY LODGE No.S, K.ofP.
Moets ovtry Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In It. of l'. Hall. cor.
Fort and Hcrotania. Visiting broth
ers conllnlly Invited to nttend.
W. 1.. FIIAZ15E. C.C..
15. 'A. JACOllSON, K.nS.
HONOLULU AEKIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4 th WED
NESDAY uvenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In It. of 1'. Hall, comer
Ilcretanln nnd Fort streets.
Visiting 15agle3 nro Invited to at
tend. V. I,. niAZI5I5, W., Trcst.
II. T. MOOKI5, Secy.
"jf HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Meets every first, and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
I'ythins Unll. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. II. AHI.KIOII, Sachem.
A. 15. MUItPHY. C. of It.
t Mi immlioimni mi mP
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAMOTO, Mahagcr.
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cahcs nnd Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
F. . NaAami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
TEE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Sparc Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Waverley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPEP.HANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in W ' Paper. Paints, Oils,
tte. P. 0. Bm oA. 221 No. King
St., opi). Aala Park. W. B. Kam, rngr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tho
with their new TRENCH
257 Berctania St. Phone 1491.
If A Better Beer Than
Has Been Made, It Has Not
Been Pot On Sale.
You Can Get Rainier at
l MECTrrasifrtnart racaiw.nutu-
Always Fresli at
Fort and King St.
When you get
us to make
Our $25. suits
GEO. A. MARTIN,
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right nest to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have BQinc fun.
Mrs. S.M. TAYLOR
Tor 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
cf hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
Alakca St., bet. King and Merchant,
PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS.
MES&inr DEST "FI--RS" IN T0WN
rm..i...i. ....1 Ti.i.ll
ALAKEA STREET, near KING.
3S5"-"For Rent" cards on sale at
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New babies ran use old carriages.
Let a Bulletin Want Ail. sell
Mrs. KcnnriV fresh clmtncy Is now
25c. nt nil grocery stores.
Paradise) of Pacific Fleet number
for rale nt all newsstands.
The .Miitichuii.i vailed Tor Honolulu
today from San Finnelxco.
Call 3fil or 41, day or night, for
Mnniiol K. Hlchards In his now Frank
All tlrlvcis of any vehicle should
nolo tlm closing of the steel brlgo at
Walniea (lulrh, for lupalrs.
All kinds of beer, Mines nnd mixed
drinks art) served In the best niannor
nt the Fashion. Jtiit give us n try.
The ntinii il ineellng of the Com
mercial club tnkeB placo Thursday
evening, when n llooster dinner will
A coinnur'H Inquest to look Inlo the
death of Sheldon, (he 111:111 who was
kllli'd by 11 blast In Konlau, lit take
place next Thursday evening.
On Installments of S3 p.r mouth you
can piirrhnso 11 Wlilto Family Hotary
sowing machine. Denny ft Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12011 Foil HI. Phono 4S8.
Spiclal bargnliiH for one week only
In men's negligee ililrln and ladles'
dress gooiH nt IT, to 23e a yard. Yen
Chun & Co, King and Ilelhel St.
Have you seen it f Tho new Uni-
vcrsnl Adding Machine. Come in and
sec it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Ofihe Specialty Co., Ltd.
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured nt this oiucc for five
rents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Finest Japanese silk In tho latest
shades i.t 10c per janl this week at
Hlom's. New lines of ladles' glows,
elhi, veiling.!, di ess trimmings, nnd
Pnnchr-B. gluees. lee cream of many
flavors In brleks tire ln.iile ill Hie I'ulin
Cafe and delivered 10 resldenres. For
functions of any kind special lluvors
nro made lo tinier.
A postmortem examination has n
vcaled I lie fact that fatly tlcguncru.
1 Ion of the heart was tho cause of the
death of A. Hastings, who died sud
den!) In the drill yesterday afternoon.
I Hugh Howell. Comity Kuglneer or
Maul, called 1111 Siipeilutendeiit of
I'litilli Works Mnrston Cnnipbcll tlilit
I mniulug. He gave 11 very luteiestlug
!i kh ; of the conditions of thu lubber
Kchumnii Carlrage Co. hae Just io
eeived a laige shipment of thu pop
ular I'nid Itoadslers. They ale better
than cut nnd nro now on exhibition
and leudy for .detiionstiiitglun at the
garage show inoms,
1,. II Cook, formeilj- wli'i the (las
Co.. left this noon on tho Manna Kea
for llllo. wlieio ho Is lo engngu In
Iness. Tliore wcie it great tiunibe
his Klk ti lends nt tho boat to see lilin
off mill ihe eerlnlnly bedecked him
with bis while wishing him bun voy
The Comity band this morning soio-
iijiiled Chairman of tho Hoard of Su
pervlhon. Climllo lltixtace at his res-theli h-'id 'trnv illng and mad vork
idotieo, the natnl day of tiie Crent M'Oi 11-isi nlj;li vlien that good. old. thill
being tho occasion. Ovvlni; lo tliu fact ling di.iiim'iif (he wetl. "M; i'artner."
that llustaco thinks that eaily to tied was glvin ill Joel Cohen's playhouse,
and eaily to ilse makes a man 11 good A'ul the utgi'taliimeiu 1h.1t wn fur-
Mayor. Ileiger and his men IiinWo bo
on tliu ipot before 7 o'clock.
Major Samuel W. Dunning, now In
Fort Shatter, Honolulu, has been ap
pointed adjutant-general of tho luulieu
crt-. nt Ciitnii Ataseadeio nnd will io
pint nt depaitiuciit heaiKiuaitcrs on
his unlval. Major Dunning served as
military secretary on the staff of Gen
ei-Hl Funston for two yenrs, and Is well
known In San Fi.incUco society. Ex
timlucr. News has been received of tho ar
rival In .I(iii3ii of Mrs. Reginald Nich
olson uml Mis. F.dwnrd V. Qualtrough,
who left Honolulu a coirplo of weeks
ago to iiioet their husbands. Captains
XMiolron and CJualtrotiRli, who sailed
vltli tlm llect. While In tho Islands
both ladlos wero extensively enter
tained several elnborato luncheons
and lecepllons having biou mlvon for
Thh will be baseball night nt tho
Orpheuin. Thu San 1 11 Clara, Koto,
nnd tho local baseball boys will bo
present In a body nnd tho piogiam
will bo specially ananged for their
bonefll. It will bo a Jolly ciovvil tin 1
a gooil-sled one.
A SUBPRW RESULT
Tho way that pianos havo been
... ,, . 11 H.I .
told sine, the sale ut the- Thayer
I'laiio uo. is (crmuuy surprising. 11
goes to show that 1111 old-established,
up-to-date business hoiuo Is liclieved
when It ndvertlscs, for It tolls the
truth. If as inuny excellent pianos
that are orfercd ale sold In Hie next
fow da j s us lmvu been slnco tlm be
ginning qr tho sale, tho Thayer Piano
Co. will not liuvo u Mifllclcnt number
to xoiitliuie tho sulo until Sept. 1st.
us advertised. Do not fall to avail
jouibcir of this opportunity to get nil
almost now piano thomiighly tuned
nt tho vury lowest pridi with tho eai
C3t of terms.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
Illf llf Aknno Cn
MfY. f?. iliailU jJ,y
C2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
NO GEISHA GIRLS FOR THE1
"" TOKIO, Japan. Atig 21. It lifts been decided by thoso nrrnnglng
tho. iletnlls oT tlm entertainment planned for the odlcers nnd men of tho
American Atlantic Fleet that gcUltn gills shall bo barred from nil nf
fiiliH in (.ounce lion with tho oflklul cnteitalnmcnt program.
ClllcAGO, III iib -' 0. W. Fllzgcrnld, the lellcr of tho Sub
Treasury, who Mis arrested on .Siilulny, charged with embezzlement of
f 175,1)011., has been teleased on ball. The Fedeiul (Invciuinolil will not
purllclpnto In the piosrciillon, leaving Hint io tho State uutliorltluii,
JEROME GETS CLEAN BILL
(N15V, YOHK, N Y, Aug. 5M'. Tho lupott of Commissioner Hand,
who Has been condudlng 1111 Investigation Into charges laid ngalnsl Dh
Irlct Attorney .lemma for olllclal misconduct, bays that the chare" "io
found to be tolallj unrounded.
f 1 . 1 wi 1
FBANCE, SPAIN, AND MOROCCO
. I'AKIR, Frame, Aug. 21.- France and Spain have agreed to tnko
Joint action In noilMng the blgnutory I'oweis to tho Algeclrns ngiecmeiit
Hint llio recent events in Moioceo wnrrniit tho diawlng up nnd signing of
11 new iigieemunt.
GEN. LUARD'S WIFE MURDERED
LONDON', I5ug. Aug. 21. Tho wlfo of (le'nernl I.iiaid, prominent 111
sorlal elrcleii, was invsteiloiisly murdeied today, her body being found In
a lonely woods, liobbeiv Is thought to hao been tho object of the ci lino.
CITY OF MEXICO, Mev., Ailg. 2 I.--The Mexican gunboat llravo Is'
pioriicdlug to lliiailiiiau waters In join tile United Stutes gunboat Mari
etta. Thu ica win for HuuilesputcliMif -(ho llravo Is unknown.
WASHINGTON. I) C. Aug. 21.
clasa found gulllv of hazing have bo
(hn third clans have liei'ii suspended f
CASTRO ISSUES ORDERS
TOUT 01' SPUN. Tiliildad, Aug. 21. - Pi esldenl Castm has Instruct
ed the port uutliorliiei hen- to allow clearance to no passenger Blcaineru
for West .Indian 01 Venezuelan polls.
KING ALPHONSO ARRIVES
LONDON, Hn-r. Aug. 21. King Alphonso of Spain arrived here to
day, lie' leaven Tuenlav lo Join Queen Victoria on the Islo of Wight.
go out on slill.e
M iTiilob-i Aug. J4.
111 ajni'iatliy with the
tll-lnrd Iliihl.'i and Ills suppoitlug
(ouui.'.in didn't vliovv the tdfcctu of
nisi fil cirialnlv dci.eiatd a l.t 7- 1'
aiidlcuu- II Is iirotti hard fur nil net-l
Who Appears With Lumley Company
at the Orpheum
or to do tup notch work when three.
lourths of tho beats nro empty, lind tho
must enthusiastic uppluiiFe ami en
coinag. meiit ho gels Is a falut lap
ping of My I.'.ulyo's dainty nails.
However, lliihler and Ida lueompar
aide eonipany wero nothing duunted
In the smallucbH of Die houso, and
pioeci 1U-1! to (ear on the proverbial
n..ui ., 11. i ..,,. 1,.11tiinv ,i,.f,i,,,i in
l.l'Ol.'lll I, llll-.llllt ,,..,.,,. J (,, I, , (,.
m ,. t.Illln,!H ,aHl vt.s. Them was
big ,Ioe Saunders, who was tint hero- U'K'on .mncB, 0110 or thu most pioiu
,..,.!,,, mi.,i i.ii- ntetr liniiier nttiui tiin liueiit physicians 1U11I surgeons III San
Ii.11 1 like 11 rIovo, ns ho iilwnys doc-h. ,l,lfai'' "'"l M''l" county, is lying erlt
The lest of taho eonipany upheld their lc;l' '" '"i tho Collego hospital, of
parts eiedllilbly Indeed, nnd the sho.v
' ., 1. ...1.1.
went through with zip nnd
tliioughout. Thu specialties
The Klvorsldo 3imlor llase,ball
ji.eugno will hold upeclal meeting
this euinlnir on Niiiuinu street at
i7.:i(l o'clock. Otrielal lists will bo is-
sued dining lis nicotine and tho' "'""",' V . ..";''
r , , hi 1, ..,,.,., u,... ls near. Hevernl physicians I rout Sun
fees will be paid Into tho t easurj. ! K.aiicH-c-n. among whom nro Dr. UK
The league will open Its heiiron frili ,. p,,,,,,, nunvn allll i)r, llim.
m-:iii) lliuo In Septiflnber and tho om-i(,-tou, liavo been called, nnd several
cpis of tho Itlveisldo l.caguo will bojcoiikitltntlous between them mid Dr.
leiiuested to kindly give ono Sunday .H. O. Hewitt, Dr. W. J. Wlckman and
nftcrnoon over lo their younger
All tho lcpieronlatlvM 111 0 iciiuest-
ed to bo' present ut this evening's
3BT'"For Renf'cards on' cale at
Two West l'olnt cadets of tho first
cu formally expelled nnd islx cadcls of
or n tear.
The I rain men today voted not to
I The coniniltteo of Supervisors
wild h was appointed to investigate
tho Inul.ca-hol matter, has finally
prepared its report, which will bo
piexcnted to the Iloaul nt Its meeting
tumurrovv evening. Tho committee
members held 11 meet lug jesteiday
afternoon ut which Kealoha reached
au undei standing with the two other
members of thu committee. Fern and
Aicher. so t lint Hie idea of a minor
it) lepnrt was uhaiidoncd nnd a unan
imous report agreed upon.
I It Is undcibtood that this report
will lccommend that 110 impeachment
piocccdliigs be Instituted, lint, on tho
other hunt, tho Sheilff will be criti
cized to ronie extent. ,
J In splto of tho fairly peaceful na-
till i' or this lepoit It Is qullo probable
tll.it ihoiu will bo (.oliiu bticnuous dls-
cusslou of thu affair ut tho meeting
lomonow. as ut least sonm of tho
( County fatheis nro uiiwllllng lo ac-
t0"t nnyllUiis In tho natuio of u
DR. W. F. JONES
FIGHTS FOR LIFE
Sun Ilafaol, Aug. 17. Dr. W. Far-
"" "" I'J'i owner, or, amies is
making a liruvn (lutil rnllnwltiir mi ntt.
nutii "" " i'
wero '''''I""" peiformed oil him last Wed
nesday. For Bomo tlmo Dr. Jones has
been suffering with a malignant tumor
In tho abdomen. An operation was to
soiled to and tho tumor removed. It
Is suspected, however, that there Is
...I .. t..ntl..n.., tl. t
- 1 " iii-iihiunit hiiihiii inesuili- null
( reinovo It another operation villi bo
Symptoms of iierltoullis hnvo bo-
' "" evident within (ho last two days
litlil II j tn IPi.l til fit 1 1111 ilnntfiii'., .m.l
'"; " 'v"hl' "u ueeu ueiu
Dr. JoneB has been practicing In
Sail Itnfnul for 20 years and has had
a largo clientele
Dr. Jones will bo remembered In
Honolulu as thu son of Unv, Win,
Jones ut ono tlmo Picsldcnt of O.ihu
holding your paper to read near
er or further than 12 inches.
'BOTH WRONG. Better consult
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Saturday, August 22.
IIH.O Arrived, Aug. 18:
llkt, Kllkltnta, from l'ort anmblc.
Monday, August 24,
IIH.O Arrived Aug. IS:
llktne. Kllkltut, fiom l'ort Clainlile.
TACOMA Sailed All',, 21;
Ilk. 15. F. Whitney, for Knliulill.
OltAYS IIAHHOll Sailed Aug. 21:
Schr. C. A. Thayer, for Honolulu.
SAN FKANCISCO Snlled-Aug. 22:
S. H. Aliskaii, for Seattle.
SA NFUANOISCO Sailed Aug. 21:
II. S. I'aelllc Fleet, for Honolulu.
II. H. Pacific Torpedo Fleet, for Ho
nolulu. U. S. Solace, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrhod Aug. 21:
H. S. F.ntei prise, from llllo, tl a. 111.
SAN l)li:0 Arrived Aug. 2.1:
Yacht l.urllne, fiom llllo.
DI5I.AWAHI-: IIUI-5AKWATI5II Ar-llM-il
Am. 1 p. Astral, from llllo, April n.
Tuesday. August 25.
DI5I.AWAU15 DltKAKWATF.It Al
lived Aug. 24:
Sp. Astral, rrom llllo, April (1.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Aug. 23;
-Mntichuila, for Honolulu, 1 p. 111.
Till-: NI5W Canadlaii-Aiistiallan
steamer Makura, of !U0 Ions, with it
coiitincl speed of lb knots, and 0110
of the nicest boats In this ocean, Is ex
pected here 011 her maiden voyage
SAII.INdS INT11I5 Inter-Island fleet
this alteinoon ut fi o'clock wilt lie:
the W. (!. Ilnll for Kauri I, mid tho
Mlknhalu for Molokal nnd Maul.
THU SCIIOONKIt Flniireneo Ward,
having llulshed discharging wlilto sand
from Midway, went out Into tliu stream
THI5 CHINA got away last evening
ut (i o'clock after taking on tilt) tons
of coal here.
THI5 TltAMI steamer Aeon Is long
overdue, hound from Sail Francisco
TIII5 AI.AMI-5DA moved over to Ihc
inllroiul wharf this morning, to kind
TUB SCllOONF.R Concord Is being
relltled at Sorensen's whaif.
THK UKKI.IKF. went out tills 110011
for Kawalliae, Mahukoiia and ports.
TIII-5 NIIHAU nrilveil tills morning
In ballast fiom Auahola.
THK MAUNA KI5A sailed at-noon
todav on her regular run.
Tuesday, Aug. 25.
Temperatures (i n. 111., 73; 8 a. 111.,
78; 10 a. in., 77; noon, SO; mottling
Darometer, 8 a. 111., no.OI; absolute
humidity, 8 a. 111., il.OGIJ gralim per
cubic foot; lelatlvo humidity, 8 a. 111.,
CD per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., C3.
Wind 0 a. 111.. velocity 0. direction
S. 15.; S n. 111., velocity 8, direction S.
K.; 10 a. m.. velocity 12, dliectlnn N.
15.; noon, velocity 18, direction 15.
llalnfall during 24 hours ended S
n, in., traco.
Total wind movement during 24
limits ended at noon, 225 miles.
WM. H. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Weather Uiircau.
GAS COMPANY MEN
HAVE BIG BATTLE
0. C. Poiter this noon sworo to a
warrant for tho arrest of Win. Dixon,
ehaiglng I1I111 with. having used threat
ening langiulgo towards him, uml nsk
lug that ho bo placed under n bond lo
keep tho peace. Dixon Is alleged to
have threatened to "knock your tl .1
head off," and It Is stated on tho street
that blows weio resoiled to as well
at words. Until men nro employes of
tho Honolulu (las Co., and the row
took placo In tho olllco of that com.
jinny on lllshop street.
(Continued from Face U
In thu course of world tours. Willi
passeugeis nnd freight, nnd which Is
(0111 posed of lespectablo tramp steam
ers, practically speaking, which de
pend on picking up btislncbs 011 their
leisurely wny iiround the world, has
been running Into Honolulu for somo
tlmu pubt, nil freight being brought
from tho Orient here, en routo to San
Hut lately this freight has been
sent 011 Pat llic Mall boats, as IMias
been small In amount. And tho Aml
ral Mugoin took In the Sound ports
instead of this place.
In this connection will bo recalled
tho fact that tlm Portland Orlontnl
lino of freighters only bus for tho
Hist tlmo within tho past two
months Included Honolulu In tho
list of pons of cnll of tholr steamers.
as tho amount of freight coming In
nero warranieu inn cnange. anil ono
..r ,i..i .,,. ......... 1 1 ....in ,1.1.. ..innl
,11 iiiuii Divivuivio 111111 111111111 una nvw
with n good amount of fielght below
T.lio noxt of tho Chnrgeur Ilounls
boats will jirobably touch hero,
though just when is not yet known.
Tncsdny, .August 2G.
Sltiir. Nllhntl, Oncss, from Anuhola,
9:-11 11. m.
Monday, August 24.
Slinr, Ku Au Hon, for Knuat ports,
C p. 111.
Tuesday, Augiul 2.".
Stmr, Manna Kea, fur Maul ami
llllo (volcano), 12 noon,
Stmr. I. Ikelike, Naopala, for Mnhu-
kona, Kuwalhno and ports, 12 111
Stmr. Mlknhnln, for Molokni nnd
Maul ports, S p, in,
Stmr. W. 0. HnlFfor Kauai, S p. in.
Stmr. t.lkellko for Maliiikoua, Itono
kaa, Kukiilhaolo, 5 11. 'm.
j SAILING TOMORROW I
i " -; !
O. S. H .Alamcila, Dowdoll, for San
Fmnclsco, 10 11, 111,
Per Stmr. Manna Ken. Freeman, for
Maul polls and llllo, Aug. 25. V. A.
Fuihes, U. S. llrlgliam, J. p, Cooko, II.
A, llaldwin, S. M. Damon, Mrs. 15. I..
Austin, Airs. J. 15. Johnson, ltlcluut
Cation, Theodoie Cooke, F, Klnmp,
jlrs. 1). u. May, miss 1;. Mlllur, J. T.
MarCrosseii, F. M. Lewis, II. J. Lyman
and wife. II. Armltngo uml wife, tleo.
Mnloho. Miss Fiost, Mrs. W. W. Har
ris, O. II. Clark, Jr., C. W. llaldwin,
13. P. Chapln, II. Tsiinishlinn, Mrs. C.
Sleinseii, Jlrs. ISvvell, Huv. Pntwlnu
mid wife, W. K. Nolley and wlfo. Mis.
II. Ciinimliigi, Mrs. S. K. Sjlvu, W.
I). Johnson, Dr. John Pluto, 'It. 15.
H11111I, C. II. Thompson, Miss Powell,
K, 15. Hlehardiou and sou, Sam Par
ki'r, wife and daughter, .Mrs. (1.
Schnildt, Mis. Parkci's maid, Mrs. II.
C. Hell, 11. M. Wells, C. Whitney, Mr.
McClellan, 11. It. Mncfarlane, II. Her
tleinnn Jr., II. lleitleiuan, flco. Davlcs,
W. 0. Wnlker, Master Falrchlld, Mis.
0. 11. Falrchllil, Miss Macfarlane. Mrs.
Harry Mncfarlane. Mrs. Fred Macfar
lane, Mis. (leo. Davles, Mrs.. Dunning,
Mrs. Cait. Hoes, Mis. 111110)' and son,
15. I.anger, C. K. Notlcy, Oeo. Mnx
well, Chas. Cowan, A. F. Huwltl. 0.
J. lliock, N. AI11II, I,. II. Cook, (loo
Choy, ltev. Itleiitcu Koshlwn.
Per S. S. Clilnii, for Yokolmnn, A111.
21. ltev T. Mlynkawa, Kddlo Ti.lt.
Per O. S. S. Alameda, for San Fran
cisco, Aug. 2G. Miss A. Mtirmiin, Mr.
and Mrs. den. Wnterhoiise and child.
Miss Carroll. Mrs. J. I. Mobcs. P. J.
Achilles, Miss II. Hellbron, Mrs. Mc
Lean and daughter, Miss S. 15. Perry.
Miss I). lllcktttt, Mrs. 15. C. Shruvvs
bury. Miss M. 15. Ilriice, Miss A. Wet
zel, Mis. M. A. Sllva and son, Stan-
wood Dodge, Mlsa Jessie C. Shaw,
Mrs. l)lckei son, Miss C. Mucdonuld,
Mrs. Hutton, Miss J. G. Maher, Mr.
and Mis. W. W. Ilruncr nnd four chll
ill en, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. A. P. Hold, Miss
(1. Held, Miss Nelke. Mrs. J. Coulter.
W. A. Kinney. Mr. i.arkln. Jr.. F. W.
Kverlon, Mr. Iloiptet, Chas. A. Wong.
.1. L. llenton, O. F. Heiiton, Jr., C. He-
dentnnn, wlfo and daughter, Mr. Trea
nor. II. A. White, 15. T. Wlnant. S. II.
Moses, Mr, nnd Mrs. I,. Allenburg.
Mrs. nardnor Wilder, Miss Grace Tow
or, Mr. Klam, Mr. and Mis. 15. T. Cas
per, A. Schnnck, S. WllkovvBkl. W. II.
I.eahy and filend. Klin Tong Ho, Mrs.
Tong Phong and three children.
Per slnir. W. 0. Hall. Thompson, for
Kauai, Aug. 25. N. II. Fernandez, J.
K. Cocked, Oeo. Klcugel.
THREW BOILING WATER
(Continued from Pace 1)
"What did you do then?" nsked llio
"I nsk my husband to cook Portti
guufu dinner' came tho answer ns
quick as 11 Hash.
Tho cuso is a tpicer one. For tho
past thrco years, Alexandria Marin
lias steadfastly refused to live with
Iter pake hubby, claiming that ho was
cruel to iter, yet during ull this time
l'tik Cheu has followed tlict woman,
Imploring her to come back to his
blieltcriug fold. And now that "sho
has tiled to gut the wheels of tho di
vorce mill lit action, he Is fiercely con
testing tho suit.
She wn 011 tho stand almost all of
tho morning, her littlo baby of 11 few
mouths In her lap and aims the vvholo
of thu time. Shu is Impassive, and
hceiim to earnestly desire the lueak
lug of her union with tho Chinese, nl
(hough she admits that sho has lived
with others of liU nice hiucu sho left
him. In support of her charge of
cruelty, sho alleges that whenuver sho
till something that did not suit "tho
old man," ho would thmw 11 bucket of
boiling water ut her. -
The raso Is being contested with
vigor befuro Judgu Do Holt, unite a
number of witnesses, among them po
lice ollieeis, being Biibpoonacd.
Woman held In connection wlllt nt
tempt to wreck train at Pajaro river
lnldge sentenced to Ifi days In Jail on
technical charge of vagrancy.
Convention of btnte and national
ufllcluls deelaio good foods need 1111
preservative, hut adulterants conceal
Miss Kthol I.udwlg abducted by her
mother on ovo of marriage to Dr. F.
F. Fitzgerald, formerly of San Fran
cisco. Pionilnent English woman sayn Vlco
President Full banks did not observe
''propiletles" 011 his Canadian visit.
to yourself and let ui build that ca
noe, rowinc-boat, or yacht which you
Ttoirn in tnftitl XX7aM1 It aval it ai1
no time( a the price j, be ,
jow that you jj wonfler how we can
fln t w..e j0. 1 how.v.-. .
Charles D Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Ajapal,