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flVENWO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNR3DAY, AUG. 20, 190S ' t
Honolulu Chapter Past Mat
ter Most Excellent Master.
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Special
All vIMtlng members of tho
Order Vro cordlnll Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. P. Hall, Fort Street.
V. It. HUNDKY, Sccrotary.
HHN. T. VICKERS, N. G.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d nnd Itli Tuesday
ot each lii'jntli nt 7.30 ji. in. nt K. 1.
Hnl, corner l'ort and Ilcrctanla StH.
Vlflllng llrothers cordially welcome
W. L. lyli:, C. 0.,
1'. WALDRON, K. ot It. &. S.
0AHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day evening nt 7.30 lti K. ot I'. Hall,
corner Fort nnd llcretauln. Visiting
brothers cordially linked to attend.
A. O UKKItINO, C.C ,
JAS. V. WHITK, K U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIC, II. P. 0.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near Foit Street every Friday even
ing. Hy order of tho n. It.:
1IUXIIY C. HASTON,
"wm. h. mcini:rny, i;. it.
V7m. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofF.
Meets ovcry Satutd.iy oenlng nt
7:30 o'clock In K. ot 1'. Hall. cor.
Foit and Ilcrctanla. Visiting broth
ers cordlnlb Invited to attend.
W. I,. FUAZHH, C.C.
13. A. JACOIISON, K.K.B.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 1th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1 Hall, corner
Ilcretanla mid Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles nre Invited to at
tend. W. I,. TUAZEE, W Prcst.
II. T. MOOHE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
day ot each month nt Knights of
I'ythlas Hnll. Visiting brothors cor
dially Invited lo attend.
A 11 AKLKIGII, Sachom.
A E. MUItl'HY, C. of II.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Beet and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAMOTO, Manager.
BUST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
IT HOTEL ST.
F. . Nagamu
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamalcs, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Waverley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jc' '"'ng A Specialty.
Dealers in W.i "'aper, Paints, Oils,
etc. P 0. Bos 014. 221 No. King
Et , o,,?. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, rngr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
257 Bcretania St. Phone 1491,
If A Better Beer Than
Has Been Made, It Has Not
Been Put On Sale.
You Can Get Rainier at
Always Fresh at
Fort and King 'St.
When you get
U3 to make
Our $25, suits
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
NEW VICTOR RECORDS
August Catalog of Victor Records
now ready at
BEllGSTROM 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
rresh Every Morning from Wahiawa.
ALAKEA STREET, near KING.
3V"For Rent" cards on sale
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New babies can use old carriages.
Let a Bulletin Want Ad. sell
Mrs, Kearns' fresh chutnoy Is now
25c. nt nil grocery store.
Paradise of 1'aclflc Fleet number
for sale at all newsstands.
E. W. Thwlng paid his tisual call on
Governor Ficar this morning.
Hov. E W Thwlng returned on the
Klnau this morning from Kami.
Call 361 or 41, day or night, for
Manuel K. Illchards In his now Frank
Among Ihoso who left for tho Coast
on the Alameda this morning was Miss
tlinco llortcnso Tower.
All kinds of beer, wines nnd mixed
drinks nro served In tho best manner
at tho Fashion. Just glvo us a try.
A few of tho vnudevlllo people who
hive been In this clt for n number of
weeks, went away on tho Al.imedu to
da JI II K.mc, principal of tho Gov
eminent school nt ltnlnwn, Motokul. Is
In town, having in lived In tho Mlku
hnln last Sunday morning.
The Hoard or Supervisors will hold
n regular meeting this evening. Tho
most Importuni feature will ho tho
submission of Iho Iiiukc.i leport.
On installments of 13 pur month you
can purchaso a White Family Rotary
sewing machine. Ilcnny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1206 Fort St. Phono 4SS.
Have you seen ltt The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
sec it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Oflkc Specialty Co.. Ltd.
Consider tho value of our tlmo as
compared with Unit of u bo and let
tho Tenltcirlnl Messenger Service
phono 36, deliver our messages nnd
S. Shcb.1, proprietor of the Hawaii
Shinpo nnd JIJu Shlniliun, returned
this morning from Kauai In tho Kt
nau. He was on tho Garden Island for
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
ccnt3. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Ciipt C l'nriiya or the Japanese
training ship will call on Acting Con
sul K, Abe nt (ho Japanese Consulate
General tomorrow morning. He will
bo accompanied by his staff.
The coiiimltteo of tho Odd Fellows
which was appointed to (al.o ch.irgo
of the arrangements for the piopoicd
entertainment of the Pacific Meet, will
hold a meeting at tho Odd Fellows
hull nt 7 o'clock this evening.
A special meting will be held nt the
Kalllil-wacnn hull this evening, August
26, at 7:30 o'clock, to consider appli
cations of those who want to tnko up
thieo or live months' cum ho In short
hand. The simplest and most i.ipld
shorthand In use.
lIuiiouRhs, tho joung man from VI-.
glnln who has been making touches
from a number of gentlemen of this
city, this morning pleaded guilty to a
charge or vagrancy. Ills sentence was
suspended for ten days dining which
time ho will attempt to leave tho coun
try. Win. DKon this morning pleaded
guilty to n charge of iibsault and hut
teij on C. (I. Potter, a fellow-employe
of tho Honolulu (ins Co. Ho was fined
$10 without co"K Another charge
against li I in of using threatening lan
guage, was strlikcu from tho cal
endar. A small blu7c In tho Mngoon block
called out iho llro department a Utile
ufter 11 o'clock this forenoon Tho
lire seems to havo started fiom a
Lunch of in itclics In nn upstairs room,
occupied by Ah On, though ho was not
in the loom nt tho time A hole was
burned In (he floor, hut imp other dam
age was ilnno by tho fire, which was
The Thayer Piano Co.' salo of
pianos has been extremely huge so
far this week, and there Is no wonder
that It Is so for theto are many excel
lent bargains. Tho tale only lasts a
tew dojs more and ns tho nicely tuned
Instruments nio being sold very fust.
It would bchoovo overjonu to attend
this large bargain sale Immediately.
"Low prices and easy terms," Is tho
CODINS' LONG TRIP
Mobile, Ala., Aug. 10. En roulo to
New York on n 12,000 mllo Journey to
wed u pretty girl of Holland, Wilhclni
Coblns, a sugar hcmlst eniplojed on
one of tho gieat plantations of tho Ha
waiian Islands, passed thinugli Mo
bile. Mr. Coblns has been traveling
now for almost a month nnd this was
this third stop. Ills other stops weio
at San Fianclsco and New Orleans.
Somo friends In this city who knew
of his coming met him and extended a
welcome, lo tho long distance tiavcl
ler. Thero Is consldeiably Interest to
tho marriage of Mr. Cobluii. lie left
Ills homo In tho Netherlands eight
j cars ago to practlco his profession,
llefoio starting to make Ills fortune
ho had won tho heart of n Flemish
girl, tho daughter ot a beet sugar fac
tory propilotnr. Thoy agreed (lint us
soon us Mr. Coblns was ablo ho would
return and claim his fiancee. It was
finally arranged that ho should return
to Holland, whcio Iho nmrrlugo was to
Tho young woman's father .balked at
the piospect of having his daughter
go mi far away fiom Holland lo mako
nor homo and ptoposcd that his futuio
(.ou-ln-law settlo down In (ho mother
country. Covins did not euro to lose
u fortune nnd declined tho offer of u
lucratlvq position with his vvlfo's futh
er. Tho eldor man was finally won
over nnd has consented to havo his
daughter make tho long Journey, When
thoy return to tholr bungalow In Ho
nolulu Coblns will havo travelled 25,
FLEET LEAVES AUSTRALIA
SYDNEY, Aus., Aug, 25. Tho preparations for tho sailing of tho
Atlantic Fleet on tho continuation of
WILL RECOGNIZE MULAI
PARIS, Fiance, Aug. SB.--It Is
Powers who iicieed to tho iiirangemcnts legnrdlng Mmou-o nl the recent
Algeilras Conference will now rccognlzo Mulal Iliiflg, the recently pro
claimed Sultan ot Morocco, ns tho virtual ruler of that country.
CHELSEA, Mass., Aug. 25. Th
falling wall today, which formed a p
Eight of tho woiKmen vvero Killed b
of the others was Injured.
m i m
BRINGS IMPORTANT REPORT
THE II.01JE, Holland, Aug. 2fi. Dcrus, whose icport on the condi
tion of affairs In the Nethcrlands-Vciicriicla euihrogllo the government hero
Is awaiting befote deciding on what action shall be taken, arrived here
FAIL FOR A
NEW YORK, N V , Aug. 2r..
Company, brokcis, who itiinounccd their
mtm i m -
KAUFMAN KNOCKS OUT FLYNN
LOS ANOKLES, Calif, Aug. 25
rijnn In the ninth round here tonight
FOR BARRING ASIATICS
Washington, Aug S. The lcsldcnts
of the Dlstilct of Columbia last night
organized a Nrttlon.il Anti-Aslnllc Im
migration League with these offlceis:
Former Representative S. S. Yoder,
preildent: fornur Hepiesentatlvo
Frank Clark of Floilda, Cotter I),
llrldc, John II. DrlnKiuan ot the Con
tril Labor Union nnd Dr. Charles II.
Emmons, vice-presidents; Attorney A.
W. Thomas. Keen-tar), and Attorney
Itlchiird P. Kvuns, ireiismcr.
The league adopted n constitution,
which eayH! "Tho perpetuity of our
liberties nnd of the ltepubllc Itself de
pends upon the question whether or
not we can maintain heie In our coun
try (ho Cuiicuston nice and (lie white
man's civilization pure ami ir.iim
"The Influx of Chinese, Japanese
and kindred races Into tho Pacific nnd
Far West mountain States has al
leady caiifeil a crisis In tho Industrial lanitalum lights of higher power. This
end commercial life of (hit poithm of Ins nlieady been done in the depart
our laud. Unchecked, it will soon mini ot foiestiy and In the three
breed similar nnd worsu (roubles luioonm allotted lo tho Knlltoad Com
tho Mlddlo West and Atlantic Stales. mission, as well asiu (he corridors.
The gieut forces of monopoly look I i
with favor uboif tho Inlroducdoii of heal ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Asiatic lalior, not only on Hie raciiic
Slope, hut In tho mines, shops mid In
dustrial ccntcis of the East.
"Tlio encases that aro m.ulo ngalnst
the exclusion of Asiatics, (ho specious
cry raised concerning (ho so called Or
lentnl trade, betoken (ho desliu of (lie
monopolistic masters of industry to
command and exploit cheap labor
Asiatic labor hero In this hind nnd
In this generation. Once a foothold is
gained heie for such labor long drawn
battling and warfare Itself will bo nec
essary befoie tlie American people mo
finally freed therefrom."
Oiijv AniclCMii-born citizens nro el
Iglblo for membership in the league.
(Continued from Pace 1)
bill), and a Jag. Tho lavvjer Willi tho
Jag Is said to havo announced Hi.it,
Willi the club mid thu rcvolvel, ho
was going to call on another legal
gentleman, whom ho Intended to mas
sacre. Strauss icasoncd with the
possessor of (ho Jag, und finally man
aged to get the gun nvvny from lilm.
Stiniiss then went luto tho V. JI. C.
. ........I .... i. t..i .i ..
A, uiuiUMiK. w.icnce. e .u.u.mm ..-. ...
tho Intended victim of tho bibulous
one, warning mm oi mo iaci inai u
biothor ullornoy was out ufler lilm
with minder In Ills eye. This wns
lionnl by tho officers of (lie Y. M. C. A.
Tho gun appeals, however, to bo
n 1 ..r .. V.n...n..l.. .... t.lnl.l trif
luiniedlalcly nftcrvvnids Struuss went inornliiB. II would seem that die Ma
out Willi It and got Into trouble. Sugar Company will wnlt n long,
Tho two cases against Strauss, ouo '""B H"'" '""faro thoy tnko tlicso Ku
rhargo of assault and battery, and lMil lal"lB lr tll(,5' ,lecl,1 to Wlllt for
ono ot carrying n concealed weapon. reduction In rentals. Spalding. It
enmo up In the Police Court this vms. him gone over tho report of tho
morning. C. F. Chilllngvvorth, vvlioii'IU'iulsprs nnil ho does not exactly
n...ra.l t. 4 1, , .lrliilnn. fiaknil .I'RICO Willi tllO ICIltlllS thoy llllVO
iiim.-i'.Mii ... il i.-iiiiTnin ..i..l nikiii. .... .
Hint plea bo reserved In both cases.
and that thoy bo continued until Fri
day. This was gi anted. Stiauss was
icle.ised on his own rccognlzanco by
Now York, Aug. C, Tjpovviller
prices mo iilmnst certain lo drop with
in n fow months, und tho standard of
$100 for each machine, lilaliitalncil for
lnoio than twenty years, Is likely to
disappear, Tho Royal Standard Tjpo
writer Company's president, Allan A,
Ryan, has tho financial support of his
f.ithor, Thomas F. Ryan, and tho lat
lor'B associates In tho proposed cam
paign, wheieln largo sums of money
mo suro to ho expended.
Tho Union Typewriter Company,
wlildi conliols pincllrnlly all of tho
Inipoit.int makes except tho Undei
wood, Hammond and Itoynl, Is known
ns Iho "lypowrltor trust," and has con
sistently upheld tho high pilco of such
machines Tho Royal machine Is sold
for $05, us ngalnst $100 chaigod for
tho Remington, Smith-Premier mid
most other "trust" typewriter,
Ono of tho most telling aiguments
to he used by tho Hojnl Company In
11 nn's pioposed udvei Using campaign
Its crulso nio going on, Tho Fleet
legarded heio as probable Hint the
Irty workmen woio burled under- n
rrt of tho lire ruins being torn down
the falling masonry, and eiuh one
The llnbllltlrs of tho A. O. llrown
business failure today, amount In
Kaufman knocked out Jim
DEMANDED BY ART
Hnrilshurg, Pa., Aug. 10. Tho
"most imklnilesl cut of nil" to the
great nit Ideas of Architect Joseph
Huston of the State Capitol, Is the
turning upside down of n great num
ber of the million dollars worth of
chaiidelleiH III order lo.impiove thu
mtlr.lle effect and to get better lights
There "oxrluslvo design" cliandc-
llois, ni.no of them weighted with pig
lion and sold to (lie Stale h) the pound
at an almost fabulous pi Ice, embodied
(he most sublime of nil of Huston's
aetlietlc Ideas. Hut when It came to
furnishing light they succeeded very
pooily Equipped with oidlnnry In
candescent lights, (hey cast a faint
glow upwnid and left the Iloois In n
Stipulntetidclit Itaiubo lilt upon (ho
Idea of tinning them upslda down and
leaulmiliiK them Willi tungsten and
Recorded July 15, 190S.
Wnllul.ii Sugar Co lo C lliewor &
Co Ltd: D; por Ap 2, Kill 1712, Kolo.i.
iWailiiku, .Maul; $1130. II ::03, p ISG.
.Datled July 10, 1008.
I W I) Kooinoa ami wf to Peiuvhiu
(! Iness; I), lul In It P 3148, Kill
.1250, Ohlonul, etc, Walehu, Maul; SI.
II 303, p 157. aDted July 2, 190S.
Peruvian (loodiies sand wf to C
lliewer & Co Ltd; Ex D; It P 5118,
Kill 325!), Ohlonul, etc, Walehu, Maul;
51. II 315, p 15'J. Dated July 10, 1008.
O llrcwer & Co Ltd to Peruvian
(ioodncsH und wf; Ex D; por Ap 2,
Kill 1712, KoI'ju, VnlliiKU, Maul; SI.
II 305, p 137. Dated July 10, 1908.
MAKING PROGRESS WITH
, WIRELEG3 TELEPHONE.
Pails Aug. 1H. Tho naval lluilou
nuts, Colin, .leanro and .Miner, Iho
lnveiitois of a wiieless telephone ap
p untus which recent tests have shown
to ho tuperlor (o anything existing,
achieved loinaiknblo uuccci.h wllh
i their new Instrument sestcid.ry, com
municating with thu wltcless station
at Raz Do Slcne, Dcpai Intent of Fin
I t lo. n distance of about 310 miles.
iTIio officers ale confident that they
lmi)((, . ,lm,rMUIm.n,H
.,,,,,.,,,, enabling the oxchung.
convolution up lo noil or 700 miles.
(Continued from Pace 1)
hl.itcmeiit of Govurnoi I 'rear
named for ccituln of tho lands. Ho
thcrofoio had the fruitless consulta
tion with (iovemor Frear this morn
ing. fflB"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
tt a n j; st :j :t n a :: n n ts : :t v
will bo Iho recital of tiio actual cost
of manufiictuic, which ts estimated at
528 or less. Rnn will endeavor to
educate tho public. Into Iho conviction
that $100 allows uu enormous piofit,
far lu excess of what a manufacturer
may Justly nsk upon goods costing lilm
about nno-quartcr that amount.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST, FH0NE 525.
tt" holding your paper to read near
er or further than 12 inches,
BOTH WRONG. Better consult
PASSENGERS BOOKED I
j IN FOREIGN PORTS
Saturday, August 22.
HII.O Arilved, Aug. 18:
Ilkt. Kllkltntii, ft tun Pent (Iniublc.
Monday, August 24.
IIH.O Arilved Aug. 18:
llktne. Ktlkltnt, from Port Gamble.
TACOMA Sailed Aug. 21:
Ilk. K. F. Whitney, for Kahuliil.
OltAYS HAltllOIl Sailed Aug. 21:
Srhr. C. A, Tliajcr, for Itonoliilii.
SAN FllANCISCO Sailed -Aug. 22:
S. S. Alaskan, Tor Seattle.
SA NFItANCISCO Sailed Aug. 21:
U. S. Pacific Fleet, for Honolulu.
U. 8. Pncinc Torpedo Fleet, for Ho
nolulu. U, S. Solace, for Honolulu.
SAN FIIANCISCO Arrived Aug. 24:
S. S. Enterprise, from Illlo, 9 a. in.
SAN DIEOO Arrived Aug. 23:
Yacht I an line, fiom Illlo.
DKLAWAUE IlllKAKWATER Ar
rived Aug. 24:
Am. tp. Astral, fiom Illlo, April C.
Tuesday, August 25.
DELAWARE llltEAKWATER An
lived Aug. 24:
Sp. Astral, from Illlo, April C.
SAN FRANCISCO Silled, Aug. 23;
Manchuria, for Honolulu, t p. m.
Wednesday, August 26.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Aug. 23:
Schr. Jas. Rolph, for liana and Ho
uolpu. SAN FRANCISCO-Sallod Aug. 2fi:
S. S. Illlonlnn, for Honolulu, 1 p. uv
S. S. Texan, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Arrived Aug. 23:
S. S. Alaskan, from Honolulu.
HII.O Arrived Aug. 24:
S S. I.iirliuc, fiom Honolulu,
VICTORIA Arrived Aug. 2fi:
S. S. Manuka, fiom Honolulu, Aug
THE O.J. S. ALAMEDA sailed this
11101 nlng nt 10 o'clock for Sim Fran
cico, with n full cargo, and it big
crowd of passcngeis In the cabin. Tho
departure of Iho Santa' Clara baseball
team was the occasion lor n nig garn
et lug on tho dock. A good many local
people went nut, among them students
leturnlng to schools on the mainland
for next winter's teiiu.
THE KINAU nilved Ibis moinlng
from Kami with a long list of passeie
ters. and freight In her hold as fol
lows: 1110 bags sugar, 200 bags rice,
300 head' sheep, S3 Ivigs taro, lji boxes
pears, 2 pigs and 70 packages sun
THE CLAUDINE. In fiom Illlo and
Maul lids morning, had tho following
Height: 82 lugs empty bottles, 23
cases codfish, 100 cubes honey, 49
hogs, nnd 103 packages Hiiuililes.
THE CLAUDINE went on the ma
rine i.tllwjy this morning lo bo
cleaned and painted.
NEXT MAILS fiom (ho Coast nic
duo by tho Manchuil.i Monday morn
THE MONOOL1A Is duo fiom tho
Oilenl tomorrow morning,.
f HONOLULU WEATHER 'f
,1. . .;.
Tunpeialurcs f a, ni., 71: 8 n. in,
71: in u. in , 77; noon, Sil; morning
Ilaiomeler, 8 a. in., 30.01; nhsoluto
humidity. 8 ii. in., 01 Iior cent; dew
point, 8 a. in., OO.
. Wind 0 n. in., velocty 12, direction
N. E.; S n. in., velocity 12, direction
E.; 10 a. in., velocity 10, direction N
E.: noon, velocity 2.", direction N. E.
Rnlurall dining 21 bonis ended 8 :i.
m., .07 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 272 miles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Dlieclor, Weather Uureau.
(Continued from Fa;e 1)
giowii-ups. ami kiddles both will lie
moio than pleased to hear and sou lids
Madame Halloa, who Is an aillslo
of known merit and who has been
heaid but ouco heretofore, will play
Iho ever popular Second Scheizo, II
fiat Minor Opus 31, that magnificent
woik or tho mabter Chopin. This
gland selection has been and always
will bo loved by lovers Of beautiful
piano music, and ns Mrs. Uallou la. an
.utlste of skillful lutcrpietntloii It will
bo quite a fealuio of (ho piograiu.
Mesdamcs Utiles mid Mena.it will
play n holecllon on tho piano "pour
iiualro mains" anil as neither of 'heso
ladles have beijn heaid hero liefnio
thnli advent will bo awaited with do
elded Intei est.
Tho Kawalulian Church choir havo
volunteered Ihelr seivlees for n chorus
number. 'The Season," hy Hujiln.
Mmifl Arral will bo nsslsted by Mrs.
C. D. Cooper with n violin obllgalu In
her Faust number, while tho two op
nils "Hamlet" and "Mlgnon," will
iiiiulih the bulk ot tho ovculug's pio
giam, Tlio fiimouj "Mad Scono," tho swan
sung of tlio dlstialt Ophelia, will bo
given In Its entirety by Mine. Anal
In tho costtimo and i.ceule appurteu
uncos of tlio pluy. Tills Is piobably
the gie.itest sujiruiio selection over
wiltten In opeiatlc music, embracing
the whole gamut of human emotions
Tho lino famous selections from "Mlg
non" will ((include a magnificent pici
Stmr. Mlknhala, for Molokal
Maul ports, fi p. m.
Stmr. W. (I. Hnll, Mr Knual, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Llkollko, for Maintain, Ho
nolulu, Kuktilhaclo, n p. m.
Wednesday, Aug. 211.
O. S. S. Alniuedn, Dow dell, for Sail
Fianclsco. 10 a 111.
.J. : J.
PA83ENGERS ARRIVED f
Per Stmr. Klnau. Gregory fiom
Knual, Aug. 20. Miss A. F. Johnson,
Miss P. Wlnno, Mrs. Kllcat and child.
Lady Herron, Miss M. C, Alexander,
MI3S I. McDonald. Miss Stmgcon, Mis. N
11. Watcrhouse, Miss Hartwclt, Mlsi
Tucker, Miss L. laukca,,MrR. Mi Sllva.
Mrs. Mahuka, Ml8B M. Miguel, Miss M.
Held, Miss A. R. Thompson, Mis. A.
Watcrhouse nnd child, Mr. mid Mis.
E. A. R. Ross, J. II. Fuller, C. E. Cal
veil, Rev. Thwlng, A. M. Merrill, Mlsit
M. Aklna, A, (Irote, K. Hnnchctt, W.
A .Love, Mir. J. Akl, Mrs. Kriibo anil
d.iuglilers, Col. Spalding, Miss E. Cas
ter Mls I. M. lllckel, Miss A. Cooke,
Miss M. Watcrhouse, Mrs. J. S. Our,
Mrs. 11. S. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. A.
ItohliiMin, Miss Robinson, A., S. and S.
Robinson, T Oilrlen, F. Ciawford,
Miss Young Judge Lindsay unit wife,
S. Sllva J. 11. Jones, A. I. Sllvn. Mis
Abrew. .Ino. Nov In, Consul Fou'ler,
Cnpl. Hridley, Mrs. dribble, Mih, tru
sted, I). 11. Hitchcock. Master Akl, (L
N. Wilcox and C3 on deck.
Per stmr Claudliie. llennctt, from
Maul and Illlo. Aug. 20. J. Vlctoilno
and wf. A. Ahrens, T. Okada, Mis. Ml
ynmur.iln, M. Malnnabe, W. A. Hardy,
Mis. 8. llerlleinnn, Mrs. II. uncKcti,
Miss E. Cockelt, Master C. Mossniuii.
Miss N. Ilertlemnii, Master A. Smith,
Miss E. Mnsxni.ui, Miss Kelsey, Mlfl.
W. F. Nlcholl. Miss Todd. Mid. For-
Mlh, Rev. E. 11. Turner nnd wife, Mrs.
Lucas nnd 2 children. 8. II. nolo, who
add 2 servants, 11. 11. Potihallow, wife
and 2 children, Geo. Ordway. wiro nnil
bim, E. J. Walker. J. Oulld. .Miss Guild.
Mrs, licit and 2 children. Mrs. Plcmcr
and 2 children. T. T. You, Miss E.
Smith, Miss II. Smith, Mrs. H. E.
Cook. MIfb Cook, llin. Flank, llio.
(1-orge, Ibo. Charles, Mis. I. Koouu.i.
Mnsler Kaopua, Chas. Onjv L. C. I low
land, T. A. lliirnlngham, D. KnlauuKa
linl, 52 on deck.
Per O. S S. Alameda, Dow dell, for
San Fianclsco, Aug. 20. W. D. Alex
ander. Jr., L. Allcnberg. Mis. Allen
beig, Miss M. E. lliucc, W. W. Ilruiier.
Mrs. Ilruner nnd I children. I). M. Cal
laliiiui. Miss Can oil. Miss M. T. Clay
pool, E. T. 'Cos-per, .Mrs. Cosper. Miss
J. Coulter. C. David. Mrs. David, Mm.
Dlckcrson, F. W. Evciton. C. IleiU
maim, Mis. lledemaun. Miss llede
mami. Miss Hellbion. Mis. A. E. Hut
ton, J. I. .loos, J. Lylo. Miss V. .Mutch,
Miss C. McDonald, Mrs. G. McLean.
Miss McLean, Miss M. Nclke, Miss H.
Perry, A. A. P. Held, Mrs. Held, Miss
Held, Miss D. Rlcknit, A. Schunck.
Miss J. C. Shaw, -Mis. M. A Sllva and
mil, Miss (1. 11. Tower, F M. Welnier,
Miss A. Wot7ol, II. A. While. Mrs. (I.
K. Wilder. F. Wilton, E., Ty vviniim.
II. WltlicckJ Santa Clara Mlasch ill
Team: H. P. Iliodeilek, C. W. llyrucH,
C. M. Fielue. J. K. Jarrall. ti. .1. Ken
nedy, C. P Kllbuin.-J, I.. Lninn, II. A.
McKenrlc. I). J. Piters. V. O Salbeig,
A. I. Suntcr, M. M. Sharer
I'd- btmr W. G Hull, for Mm il,
Aug 25 N 11. Fei mmdez, .1. K. uwk
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