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J3VENINQ PAJLLETIN. HONOLULU, ,T 1!., TIIUU9DAV, AU(1. 27, 100S.
i -n Rainier
Br Honolulu Chapter Past Mas-
B ter Most excellent Master.
K . IIIIIWIIAV
Wt'-- I Has Teen Made, It Has Not
W Been Tut On Sale.
IHJIOAV ' 0U Ca" "et r,ttllUCr a
B Any Bar.
Wt . Lcahl Chapter No. 2 Special ' wholesale at
Mf All visiting member of tha
p Order aro curilinlh linlifJ to
1 attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, JNo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet cvciy Monday ovenlng nt
7: SO In I. O. O F Hall, l'ort Street.
B. It IIE.NUKY, Secretary.
HEN T. VlCKEItS, N. 0.
All visiting lnothers vory cordially
K. OF P.
Meet every 2d ntid 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7 SO i. m. at K. 1.
Uall, rorner Foit and Uorotanla Sts
Visiting Hi others cordially welcome
1, I.YLE. C. 0.,
K. WALDKON, K. of It. & S.
OAHU LODOE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meet evoiy first nnd third Frl-
da) ineulng at 7.30 In K. of 1. Hall,
corner Foit and llerelnuta. Vlaltlnc
bi others coidiall) Invited to attend.
A li. DEEIUNU. CC
JS WHITE, KUS.
HONOLULU L0DGEG1G, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu l..odfte No. C1C. II. 1'. U.
E., will meet In their lull on King
near Port Street ovor) Friday even
lug Uy oi del of the E. II :
HENRY C. EASTON',
VM H McINEKNY, E. It.
V7n. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.oiP.
Mom every Sutiirdtiy evening nt
7 3u o hli In K of 1'. Hall, cor.
Knit .i nl l.t otanln. .Visiting brotb
ars toidiall la Itod to attend.
tt I. FUAZEE, C C.
K. A JACOnSON. K U.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Stot on the 2nd and 4th WED
NEbDW evenings of each month at
7:30 oil k lu-K of P. Hall, coruor
Doretanln mid Fort streets.
Mulling Eagles are Invited to at
tonJ. W I. FllAZEE, W., l'rcst.
II. T. MOOKE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TKIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Mcts every first and third Thuis
flas of o.i li month at Knights of
Pythias Hall Vlbltlng brother cor
dially Invited to attend.
A II AIILEK5H, Sachem.
A E MI'IU'IIY, C of n.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAMOTO, Manager.
IfesT AND Al 'ICECREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cake3 and Dandies
on liand at
17 HOTEL ST.
F. a. Na6am3,
Kodak Doveloping, 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
PAINTING, PAPERHANGIHG AND
General Joshing A Specialty.
Dealers iv. W Paper. Paints, Oils,
etc. P. 0 Z,:: Bi4. 221 No King
St , epp Aalt Park. W. B. Kara, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with thoir new TRENCH
23V Beretnnio St. Fhone 1401,
Always Fresh, at
Fort and Kin St.
When you get
u to mnlto
Our $25. suits
0L0. A. MARTIN,
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
INEW VICTOR RECORDS
August Catalog of Victor Records
now ready at
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
EDGEWOilTH 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
rresh Every Morning from Wahiawa.
ALAKEA STREET, near KING.
tj35-"For Rent" cards on sale at
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New babies can use old carriages,
let a Bulletin Witnt Ad. sell
A while lunsc-glrl Is wanted
Mrs Reams' ficsh chutney la now
23c nt nil grocery Btoros.
I'aradlsa of I'aclflc Kleol number
for snlo at nil newsstands
Call 301 or 41, day or night, for
Manuel K ltlchards In his now Frank
Oahu Sugar Company will pay oxlia
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I Ml HI. Ml., Ul ..111.' ..Ill, .1 . II, HI I.. 'Ilk .11
tiiioilir mill lieceiiiuor.
Caiilnln l'unm.i. of tho (iermnn
linlnliiK kIiIu, now In poit, o.illeil on
(lou'imir Filmi Ibis iiiornlng.
Judge lie Holt's trial Jur Is lo
qulied to lie 111 Court at 111 o'clock on
the nioinlng of September first.
All liinds of beer, nines ami mixed
drinks nre boned In tho best manner
at the Fashion. .Inst glo us n try.
Haw "ii tiled lloolh'H Drolled
Maeknel It inaKes the cholrest
brtakfast dlhh Imaginable Sold In
tins lij .ill groceu Ti Mime
On lii3talImuntH of $3 pur month you
can purchase u Whlto Famll.N Itot.io'
sewing mnehluo. llcnny & Co, Ltd.,
agents, 12G0 Fort St. l'honu 4iS
Have ou seen It? The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
sec it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co.. Ltd.
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped rondy for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
l'led Schmidt anil liN 1I.1111J1U, Hi i
that leliun to ll . ll home III l.llitie bv
lnilaj's Klnau. Tbev h.m In i u io
lug a ..ti'utloti Isll 1 1 1 1 riktiil.i hi I lie
no'inot' li i ar this innmlng .'M1
pointed (Sen ill Wilder as n member
of l he I 'ark CnnimUxloii 1 1 wan re
ported the other dav that he wis ap
pulnled, but It was nnl mi at that time
I I, Combs of thu K.illhl Hloio i;H
nrresled estrrd.iy iitloriioon cm a
rh.nge of relllug lliiuor without a lic
ense Ills C.im' was (.tiled In the I'o
lore Couit this moiiiliig, but n h eon
lluueil unlll Sepl .'!.
.loliu Woo. olio of the most pnpul ir
Miung Chinese In Honolulu, will leave
foi Ibe coast next l'lld.ij In the .Mon
golia He goes to St. Louis nnd enters
Ibe ll.u lies .Medlc.il Collego. Woo Is a
iiridu.iie of Alilolaul school
The eases of Flunk Mai lln and I.
1 rii.uiiU'7. two oung men fiom Mar
quesvllle (.barged with assault mid
batter) on a Chinese, enmu up hi (he
I'olke Com t Ibis moiulng. Afler some
'esilmoiiy bad liien l.lki u the ciseil
wen eoiitliiucil for furlher he.iilug.
(Si.einoi' Frear has apiiolnled Mor
lis Kuoliokatole us n member of the
llo.nd of lleglstrallon In the place ul
.1 K Kitliiiiikclv, who roslsiied on ae
ciniul of Illness. .1. 1). Ne.lns, of
I Kauai has also icslgued fiom tho
Ho ird of Ueglstrnlloii on iicioimt ol
TIk I.ixilion of costs In Ibe famous
Lnhaln.iluna ca.e was argued befoie
the Supriuif Couit by Dtpuly Attor
ue (icmrnl Lainadi this iiioiulng.
Tin Teiritoi) elainis that It should ho
leruiidi'il Ine amount which was spoilt
is (iisls In the appeal to Washington,
111 which ciso the Terrlloiy won out.
This evening llio neiuociallc clip-
lions of doleg.itos to the County and
Terillorlal ('oiieulli)n will tako place.
In borne places limit- will piolialil) bo
warm (outcsts, uotabi) in tho l'lrst
1'n.clnct of tin- I'ouilh Dlslilct, whuio
the nuiubtii- or nominations far ox
(eeds that which is allowed under tho
At the postponed uielelng of the
Democratic puelnct club in tho fouitli
it the Iniulli buld last nlgl I, the fol
lowing uomliiailons were liiuli', on y
the niimboi m bo dieted tonight be
ing noiiilnalod. For the 'Iuiiltorl.il
coiuelilluu. .1 W Ascli, C W. Aidifoi.l
1'. W (lehrlng, W. I.. Ilimull and 0.
J JlcCailhy were uained To tliu
Coimt convenllon Ibe piecliut will
st'Uil the the u itued ahoMi and .1. 1'.
Colbiirn. C 1". Iniikia. W. 1). iMclmre,
W C. Wilder, J. W. Young, It. I.. Col
bum an 1 .1 F Colburu III.
A meeting of tho Hawaiian HlMoiic
nl Society will be hold Thursday own
ing at S o'clock at tho linlcihlt dull,
l'upeis will he lead hj llowaid St.
Ilillou of Uostoit on tho lllstor) of llio
Sllsslon 1'iobs mid on llio I'lrit Oio
gon l'llntliirf Frets, and by Aibnvi I".
.1 till. "i:lmctu fiom l)i. Judd'h PI
nr) " A ii.iiiul propaieil by lion. (Soi'
ham I) Oilman of lloston, "Jouinal of
a Canoe Vojago Along llio Kaintl Tails
111 181a," will also ho piesotitod to llio
society Those Intel esteil In tho hi
clety aro lnltcil lo attend.
NEW STUNT TO
She ilfr Iniikei has hit upon a new
srliemo h) which he hopes ho will ho
nblu to oiiltend succcssfull) with tho
gambling tialllc Ho lias looked Into
the still ut" ldatiiig to I lie keeping of
disorderly houses, and bus found that
houses whero gambling Is poriulttud
are classed as such
Tho Sheriff Is (onscauenlly serious
ly contemplating having tho lessees
of coitnlii pirmlscs on Hotel street,
near Slnunaken tired, arrested under
this statute, nml If this case should
terminal!) smcessfully for llio piose
cilllou tho saino piocoedlngs will bo
taken ngalnst similar places.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
in i'lil 'giiilM'i MwMtkuMkMtr ""ifrl&ikr rAftifiiik i rijlilliiaitii i:r-'--s -atcaa tuL'.iattlat; .rA.ih
TOKIO, .lapan, Aug S!fi -llaron
Enilieror todav. Among the suhjects
Toklo i:potltlon should lie postponed
ATLANTA, (1 1 . Aug 2! Tho city uf Augusta Is tloodrd. Thrco
Ihcs hnvo been lost In the sudden rise of the Savannah rlcr and dniii
nge to piopurty In the extent of half a mill Ion dollars Is report! d.
m i i
TONY PASTOR IS DEAD
NEW YOHK, N Y, Aug. 20.
inatiager, died today, lie has been ailing for siJmo time on no mint or
heavy linaiiclal losses lie was moro
HONOKONO, China, Aug 2fl.
how regiment, tho men of which killed
tcbels, uftor lotting a village, have been cuptiiicil.
mm rnt i m
NO CIGARETTE FIENDS
LITTLE HOCK, Ark . Aug 2C. Tlio management of the Hock
Island i,i II road Hjslem has Issued u nollca to cmplo)cs that nil cigniutto
smokeis will be dlsi barged.
THIRTY MINERS KILLED
SIcALESTEU, Ol.la., Aug. 20 Thlity mlncis were killed at Hallcy
llle today, being smothered In the smoke. In u burning mine.
PRESIDENT ALFAR0 DYING
(SUAYACJU1L, Eniador, Aug.
an attack of heal I failure tod iv.
, Aug. 20. Thu
IAUKEA KNEW IS0I
(Continued from Vezc 11
he states Hint last Chilstmas
made a plcsent to llio Sheriff of four
ST ilialis, which he ddlveied at llio
house, his liamo being left with them
on a silt). Ho also iiickoiiIiiI tin- po-
lice with $10 w oi lb of (Ignis, $20 or time ilavs, nnd tho flint Interview
woitli of wlilrli ho gave lo Tailor. .dosed "
Itegaidlug tho note transiution, This appeals to have been the only
Isol states us follows Hoitvcisutioti about this matter which
"Uiout 4 olok In the iirieinooii'lsol had with tho Sheiln dliect. tho
of Sluj I Sir. Tovviiseiid lame to my icsl of the negotiations, whldi I'.n
house mid asked ll loan of ilo, and Hj' fdl thiougli, having been ton-
w In n 1 nsked him who tho inonev-
was for ho said It vvus for tho Sheriff,
wlio was in linaiiclal stress and
wanted to get a loan of $1011, and I
said nil right, 1 will loin tho money,
but I want a. note foi ll. Well, Town
send tame bin k with u note fiom tho
Shciirf. anil I u'hkVd him to sign his
n.iiiie lo II, to bo ll witness. 1 gave
him Ihc $tuo "
l'lie siibseoiiont substitution of tho
note is cVplaliicd us follows:
'Tnvv nsciiil explained tho matter
In thlswav: that thu factor tile $10
loan Ik (.line known to Chief Tuvlor
anil Sheiln l.iukca did not like It, o)
ho wanted lo have tho matter cov
ered up liv substituting the old note
with the new one, which had no
uaiiie of luliii) "
I'uillioi on, lsot stales that on
Slay IS oi in ho went to thu Shcrirf
to sec If thoie weio nny pmspol or
the ie-opiiilug or Ivvllel, mid again
on Slav 2."i, but on both tlieso illu
sions tin iiiiivorsatlon was merely
Sheiiit Asked for Money
On Slav 2S. Isol went to lutikc.i'H
house vvllh Townsend, Ilo asked him
to ic-opcn Iwllel, Ho said that if
tills weie done Ilo would work for llio
Question: "Did von sav how )()il
would work for his own henelit?"
Answo "No; I did not explain to
him, but I told hi in -I could get n
gio.it deal of lnfoi inatloii nnd would
give it to tho Slicilff; Hint Is what
I was thinking then."
(J. ' hat else was said on Hint
A. "Then tho Slierirf told ino to
keep cvcivtlilug beciet; ho said thcio
was no oilier who knew about tho
i onvci Ballon except Townsend, nml
ho askid mo how much money 1
would offer him."
Q. "Who asked Hist?"
A. "Tli Sheriff iidked (list."
0. "What did ho say about Hint?"
A "Ho asked how ninth I would
offer him "
(J ' I'm what?"
A. "When I said 1 might do some
thing bcnefhlal for him, then thu
Sheilff nsked htm'huw much 1 would
uffei him "
(1 "Then what did you bay?"
served at dinner or a dance adds much to the pleasure ot
the occasion. We liavs many flavors to select from when
you are giving a dinner.
The Palm Cafe
Komura had nn nudleiuo with tho
ilhcustril was u pioposal Unit thu
fiom l!M2 until 1917.
-Tony Pastor, tho noled theatilcnl
than 70 jcars of ago.
Slxtj of the mutineer! of the Kong-
lliclr ollhers and l erted to thu
Pieshlent Alfnro was Eclzcd with
(onditlou Is Kelloiis.
American Atlantic Fleet has sailed
A. "Then 1 thought the Sheriff
was after mime) I never thought of
ilb.it befoie, hut I began to suspect
bini After thinking ll little while I
said, 'I would give him $500.'"
(J. "Then wliat declined"'"
A. "The Sheilff mulled and Slid
lie would give me mi answer in two
uncled through lownsenil.
Knew Isoi's Identity
Townsend wus tlio next witness.
He corroborates hoi's statement
iihoul his first meeting with tlio
Slid Iff lit Iwllel, when he liiliodllccd
them to each other Ho ulso tells of
how the Sherlir asked liiiu lo get him
ll loan or $100. Tho Slicilff nsked
him when lie lottirncil who Isol was.
1 said a f i lend of mine, mid hu
tald whero does he live. I said nt
Iwllel. Then It was all light: tin
made out tho nolo mid I went mid
gol the $100."
Wanted to Pay Debts
Townscnd's stor) or tho $fi00 of-
uir Is In tho main tho samo us thai
told hv Isol, cx(cpt that ho s.ijs that
I lie offer llrst tamo fiom Isol. Ho
I dales a lonvcisatlou with tlio Slioi
IiY us follows:
"He said of couise I hnto to accept
mi) picHont or tho kind, hut I would
like lo pa) (citttllt debts befoie I go
out of olilco, which is a little over
$1,000, which 1 should liko to pay
very much because It hcoimcB duo
putty soon. Ilo sa)s, To tell )ou
llio lllllll, I nm not going to inn for
olllio again, so I would liko to get
dun or my debts; don't )im think
IloI i imhl afford to pay $1500?"
Why Townsend Resigned
Later on tho Sheriff told Town
send that tho misslonmles did nut
like him lo sta In oflUe, though ho
flaukea) haled lo lose him. luilkea
askeil him to m.iko a statement about
tho $1500 mutter to Thvvlug, but
tills Townsend lefused to do. Tho
Sliorlll then nsked li I ill for an undat
td icslgn.ttlou, mid Townsend gave
1 i I m his dated icrlgnatlou Instead.
A. 1'. Taylor, tho next witness, cor
loboiates tlio fait that tho Sheriff
met Isoi early In Apill. Ills testi
mony In tho main idates to his dls-
oovoi) of tho nolo transaction, but ho
states that It would be quite possible
for the Sluuiff to handle a case, liko
the alleged attempt to trap isol.
without ((insulting him. Ho also
states that Ap.inu utter his discharge
told ill in thnl tlio Sheriff had hm row
id money through htm fmm nuu Wat
Clug, a Clilneso business man, nut a
Fiom Apann, tho next witnesa,
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
t If vnn rln nflflA nlfl(tQI' Mflvi tftnr
(.JC3 examined and fitted at once by t i
Thursday, August 27.
POUT SAN LOIS Ai rived Aug. 20:
,S H. Bantu Itlla, from Kahuliil,
(1AV10TA Sailed Aug. 27:
Sp. M. E. ClllUolt, for Honolulu.
(1AVIOTA Arrived Aug. 23:
S. S. Ilosecinns, with b.ugo Sloule
icy in tow, hetico Aug. 13.
Illl.O-'-Salled Aug. 20:
S. S. Ailrunnn, fur San Francisco.
I WATERFRONT NOTES f
BENSON A CRACK.
Captain llcnson sailed Ihc schooner
Allen McDonald out of tho hnibor this
morning In u lueezo whlrli would hard
i have given steerage way to a cat
boat, In spile or the fact that tho
ichoouer was pietly diup, Sho Is
hoiiiul for llanamaulii ll.i), Kauai, to
unload lumber, part of n cargo, tho
first part of which was dlschaigcd
licit', lie spread n big lot of canvns
and, though II was sumo tlmo before
be not uiiv way on nl nil. nnd It setucil
that tho schooner wus nioicly drifting
id oss tho hnrnur, sue piesenuy
swung nliout and gol snfel) out the
i humid. Tlio Alloa SlcDonuld Is a
sinnit schooner, recently arilved'fioni
THE HAIIK Alidiow Welch, IS dajh
from Snn Francisco, ariived In pint ul
a few minutes nasi noon today, bring
n, , . li x
IN FOREIGN P01VT8 )' '
ing n good ciovvd of passengers, iiihIiIiik, John Woo, W. L. 1 nizer, u. v.
an nveiago eaigo, Including a large llov Its and wire, W. II Thomas. SIlss
Kliliuiifiit of L'.isollno. on deck. Slio I llosallo Kelsey. Col. (lioene. Sirs.
had head winds thiougli most of tho
THE HtOQUOlS went out lo Ponil
Harbor this nioinlng In chaige ol
Ilo.itswaln Keiiney, taking 23 tons or
coal for the donkey engines vvhhh ate
used In tho upeiatloiiB theio.
THE MAUNA l.OA is due oft her
regular urn tomoirovv.
:: :: :: u u n :: u :: rt :t t: :t :: t:
tomes mi iiiieresung iinu in iiiuuio-i
hollowing liaiisadlon wlildi thu
Slu'rlff never saw fit to toll about.
"Sonio tlmu In last )eur, during
IVhiuary or .March," sa)s Apann,
"Sir. laukea nsked mo to go Into Ills
otIUe to ((insult with him In icgaid
to linaiiclal iiffalisj that ho was vcr,v
haid-up his notes betomes due at
that time, owing to lllshoji tc Co.
nnd ho rcuiiestcd ino to go out anil
bte my filend, wliether ho lould help
mo out or not ho needs $100, I
li.iv i) no uiliial ri lends In town hcie.
hut I luiM) onlv olio lutlmnto friend
whom I. Know about 20 or 30 joins in
tills Island. He toiild let mo have it
If ho has tlie money tu his hands; If
I ask him for It piobably lie will lot j
nio liavo It; mid ho snjs will )oii gojbiou or tho Fleet will ho tied iiii at
and ask him whether ho ( until lutnioithu Alakca and tho Naval wharves.
havo nn): much butter It ho will lot Tho vessulB or tho division mo. he
iiio hnvo that amount It hu could sides the llagshlp West Virginia, thu
help mo tills time, piobably 1 will
licit hlin back or tin wiiatovei favor
I tan fur him."
Couldn't Boitow Twice
Apaua states fumicr that lit) gut
tho luoiie) fiom Wat (Sing, without
luleiest After this had been lo
runded thu Slicilff again usked Apaua
lo go out nnd bonow money for him,
Lul this tlmo Apana wus unable to
Wat (Sing, the noxt witness, says
that ho let tho Sheilff huvu tho mon
ey lor two Months, but tlio Hist pay
ment was nut made until after 2 1-2
mouths had elapsed, when $50 was
paid and tlio noto lenewcd, tlio rest
being paid in Instalments.
laukea himself was tho last wit
ness, ilo tells his old story, whith
lias been published In the Hullo
tin, about thu transactions. Ilo
claims that lie did not know that
Isol, tho lender, was Isol of Iwllel
until a week after ho hud given thu
note, when ho upbraided Townsend
for placing li I in In this position. He
admits that tho Hist tlmo ho saw
isol so hu could Know him wus at tlio
time when ho was intioduted to hiiu
In icgard to the Isol chairs, tlio
Sheilff s.ijh that ho did not know
whole they citmo fiom until somo
t lino after hu had lccetved them,
when ho nsked Townsend, who said
thai Isol was tho donor. Thu liilh
tiy affair ho explains as an attempt
to entrap Isol.
Borrowed From Officers
A gicat pail of laukea s testimony
rovcis his Involved financial aftalis,
1 i. t hu maintains that tliu Apaua mid
thu Towiibcnd incidents weiu tho
only ones or their kind. In answei
Ing n qucblion us to wliether hu hol
lowed mono)- fiom ills suhoidlnntes
without knowing wheio they got tho
money, tlio Sheriff says:
"Yes, I have bonowed money from
the ofllceis of tho Department In
o. ino money. would nK tlio clone.
SI Hose, sometimes If hn (no d snaru
me a little money out uf his own
pocket, but no larger amounts than
$3, $1, or $5, mid only In tho shape
of 1-O-ll'a. 1 never gave noles fur
tlieso binall amounts."
Thursday, August 27.
Am. bk. Androw Welch, Kclloy, from
San Francisco, 1 p. in,
Thursday. August 27.
Am. nlir. Alice SIcDounld, Iteiisou,
for .Mnnnmaiilii Hay, Kau.it, 10 u. in.
U. S. S. Iioiiuols, Sloos, for Pearl
Harbor, u. m.
I. SI. S. S. .Mongolia, from Yoko
hnmn, a. in.
Stmr. Manna I .on, Slmcihou, from
Muni, Konn nnd Kail.
'j PASSENGERS ARRIVED "
Per bk. Atiitiuvv Welch, Kollcy, from
Han Francisco, Aug. 27. SIlss A.
(lorl?, J, It. Douglass, .1, II. Fisher ami
wife, A C. Cameron mid wife, Hod
crick Camcion, Slnloilm Ciitueion,
Win. Otuham, Miss llavar.
I PASSENGERS BOOKED I
Per S. H. Mongolia, for San Fran
cisco, Aug. 28. Sirs. Achilles nnd
child, L. and P. Achilles, SIlss Helen
Achilles, J. Lewis Iteiitou, (leo. F. Hen
ton, A. .1. Illackmnu, II. 11. IVnliallow,
wlfu nnd 2 chlhlren, it. E. Hoiiuct, SIlss
Hoseiilkld, Sirs. W. II. Ilnirlson, Kim
Tung Ilo, Chas. A. Wong, P. C. Jones
mid wife, (iio. Ill own mid 2 friends, E,
II. Sloses. Sirs. SI. II. Hart, SIlss Clalru
Hait, Finiik .1. Hurt, E. J. Hums, Sirs.
C. W, Sclmltz, .lulln A. Slacfailauc, .1.
D. Freeman and wife, SIlss Coilnua
d'Aguero, SIlss .lulln Klumpkc, W. I..
Thatcher, .Mis. T A. Tliatcher. SIlss
SI. II. Mcipicin, SIlss EII7H Kent, SIlss
E. Luvvler, A. T. While, .1. A. (llluian,
.1 A. minimi, Jr. W. II. Cochran nnd
wife. Sirs. Curile. David Dowsett. N
a. aacns, iiirs. fsoouan, . acuariiu, .i
(Sohlslouo, J. 1). Trenor, Win. Hughes,
(lernld lluglies, SIlss Anna Eakle. SIlss
Sara Plcknell, 11. Killers, II. II. Aid
lldge. J. T. ltiulcr, T. Wllkowsky. Hay
liinnil Spalding, I'lliuoro Whlto, .Mends
Sleimlgenxlc, Sirs. S. I). Freshman.
SIlss I. llullock, SIis. W. S. Hlcliurd-
nun, SIlss Rlcliiudsou, Col. .. S. Spahl-
Ortcno mid son, J. 1'. I'lnley, SIlss E.
I. Smgelit. .Mis. F L. (libson, E. SI.
Khun. E. Y. Sla) field, F. L. Waldion.
I'er Htmr. Kliiuii, (iregory, for Kuiial,
August 27, fi p. in. SIlss Ilrulemaii,
l'led Schmhlt, E. W. llnriun nnd wife,
SIlss llerlha Schmidt. Dr. T. 11. West
and wlfo, C. M. I.ovsted, Sirs. Kohde,
SIlss Kohde, II. Deldrleksen.
30,000 TONS COAL
(Continued from Pece 11
tho wn) out to Saiuiia, during noxt
moiitli, mid tho lemalulug 20,000
tons during thu Odnhvr stay of thu
I'lect heio on Us ictiini vnyago to tho
Coast. Of the total amount. HO00
tons will b gotten fiom thu two col
UeiK. Thu two coni-earilors, Justin ii'nd
Satin u, which aie due hero shortly,
urn to discharge nt this place, re
turning from here to San Francisco
again. Slcmivvhllc, great heaps of
coal uie being piled unto tho Alakca
sheet vvhaif and tho Naval wharf, In
oiilor Hint thu coaling operations may
bo begun as soon as thu vessels mo
tied up alongside.
It Is believed that the First Dlvl-
Tho Colorado, which belongs to
this division, Is nut on this trip, on
account of dnmugu leeched when sha
lereiitly went nmounil on tho Coast,
Tho Second Division will probably
bo coaled from thu cullleis, possibly
at tho Channel and thu Oceanic
whmves. So It seems that sumo ut
the vessels, at least, will Ilo outside
dining some or tho stay or this squu
ill on here.
Tho dcstro)ciB will piobably lie In
thu hut bin.
While at Samoa, tlio Fleet will
coal, taking on enough to Inst for tho
letiiin run to this place.
Tho ically l.ugo operations will ho
dining tho October stay or tlio ships
here. Then It will icqiilro tlmu and
labor to gut thiougli tliu task on
good time, whllo It Is expected that
tlio coaling next month can bo all
dona insldu ot four dnys, allowing for
the excellent picpariittonfl fur tho
wnik, whltli nio being mado hy Cap
tain Itees, tho (onimaiiiluiit.
In this inunccttun, will he recalled
tho high mention made of tho Com
mandant tn tho Depaitmont by Ad
miral Spcrry on tlio efficient woik In
piepmlug for and coaling tho llattle
ulilp Fleet whllo It was hoici.
THE MONdOI.IA Is duo riiini llio
Oileut tomonow en miito tr Sail
Fiauclsco wllh 000 tons nt freight, and
loom for about 125 passcngeiH In thu
A whlto gill to emu for chlhlren. Ad
dies "Nillso." Iliillcliu ollliu.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
1 1 ? 1 tr, ... . ... - .
nave in nana, we 11 navi
lin no tunc and the price Will be so
Inur that vnu will nni. V
do iti Wva done u hower; ,
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Charles D Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near AlapaL