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Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Rote Croix 1th Degree.
HA I I'UDAV
Aloha Temple Regular.
All visiting members of the
Order mo eordlall) InUtcd to
attend mooting of local lodgss
HARMONY I0DGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mcctt eery Monday trailing at
7:30 In I. O O T mil, Tort Street.
E It HENDUY, Secretary.
Hun r. vicKuns, N. a.
All ri'ltlns brothors ery cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Mneti every 2d and 4th Tuesday
ot each mouth at 7 30 p. m. nt K. P.
Hall, corner Tort and Uoretnnla Sts.
VMtlng Brother cordially welcome
V L LYI.I3, C. C,
i ALDRON, K. ot n. & S.
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meet oory first and third Trl-
day evening at 7 30 In K of P Hivll,
coiner Fort nnd IleretMilit. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to nttond
A. O nUKKINa. C.C.,
J AS V WIIllC, OS,
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, II. P. O.
E t 111 meet In their hnll on King
ntnir Tort Street oinrj Friday ceu
Ins. lly order of tho E It :
HENRY C. EASTON,
1V5I. II. MclNERNY, E. It.
Wra. M'KIHLEY LODGE No.8, Z.ofP.
Meet over) Siturdny oonlns at
7:SO o clock In K of I Hnll, cor.
Turt and Ileretnnln Visiting broth
ers cordially !nlted to attend.
W I. FRAZEB, CC
K. A JACOI1SON, K.U 3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on thu 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY atenlnzi of each month at
7:S0 o'clock In K. of P. Hnll, corner
Demtnnln nnd Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles nro Invited to at
tend. W I, ritAZKB, V Preit.
II T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets ery first nnd third. Thurs
days of eah month at Knights ot
Pythlm Hall Visiting brothors cor
dially Invited to nttond
A II ARLEIOH, Sachom.
A K Ml WHY, G. of It.
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Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
X. HAMAM0T0, Manager.
SSST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
IT HOTEL ST.
F. S. Naami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. KOTIL ST, bet, Nuuanu & Bethel
8TIE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
W&verley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General JV ' 'ns A Specialty.
Dealers in Wil Paper, Paints, Oils,
ro. V. 0. Box 914. P.21 No. Klnff
Et., opp Aah Park. W. B. Kara, rnsr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
dons by the
with their new FRENCH
2r Btretnnin St. Phone 1401.
The days are fast draw
ing near when House
hold expenses Increase.
and you will strike an
economic chord and
bring Harmony home
Honolulu Gas Co.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
You save I
When you get
us to make
Our $25. suite
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fan.
Choice FERNS, R0SEB and
Mrs. KM. TAYLOR
THE FL0RIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
EDGEW0RTH and QB0ID TobMCOs
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
The latest and largeet assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
Alakca St., bet. Kins; and Merchant.
PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS.
Wholesale and Retail
Fresh Every Morning from Wahiawa.
ALAKEA STRBBT, near KING,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A Bulletin Want Ad., costing one
cent per word per day, cover more
ground any day than the most ex
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
George Fnlrchlld ot Knual sailed to
dny for Hun nil.
Tho Alameda nrrUvd In Snn Fran
cisco nt noon today.
Mrs. Kcnrns' fresh chutney Is now
25c. at all grocery stores.
Parndlso of Pacific Fleet number
for snlo at nil newsstands.
Call 361 or 41, day or night, for
Manuel K. Richards In his new Frank
Whitney & Mnrsh nro showing new
rnln conts. Ladles' from $0 50 nnd
child's, $3 75 each.
Tho Tcrrltorlnl Ornnd Jury will
meet nnd bo charged by Judge Hobln
son tomorrow morning
II. 1.. Kawcwehl, cx-Ilciuhllcnn and
now a Homo Ruler, left for his homo
today In tho Mauna Loa.
The audcvllIo troupe which idnod
nt tho Orpheum left today for Hllo,
sailing In the Mnunn Ka.
Alert lull era nmong tho Indies are
taking iidvnntnge of A. Illom's remark
alilo reductions In hosiery nnd consols
Tho case of Mrs, KllzObcth Richard
son vs. Chris Holt was called In Judge
Do Holt's court this morning, but was
continued until this nftcrnoon.
On Installments of $3 per month you
can purchase a Whlto Family Rotary'
sowing machine. Benny & Co, Ltd,
agents, 12G0 Fort St. Phono 488.
Ah lice, a Chinese who has been In
the senlco of tho Parker family for
45 jcars, left estcrdny for China, as
ho wishes to dlo In his homeland.
Rnmond C. Drown of thu Immigra
tion Bcnlco, nccomp.inlcd by his as
sistants, left today In the Mnunn Ken
on a tour of Chinese registration.
Just take n swim off tho beach nt
tho Walklki Inn and )ou will get an
abnormal appetite, nnd you enn bo
sntlsded In the dlnlngroom afterward,
Winifred K. I.hlngston wns this
morning grunted n dUorco from Ouy
Livingston, who Is at present on tho
mainland, on grounds ot non support.
Have you seen it I The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co., ltd.
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this offi.ee for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
.Manuel J. do (Inrcln wns arrested
this afternoon, charged with larceny
In tho second degree, for tho alleged
theft of some chairs nnd ii wnsh bowl,
the property of Frank Silvester.
Thero will bo a meeting of tho Pn
llama Athletic Club tomorrow ocnlng.
September 2, at 7:30 o'clock, at 350
School street. All members ot the
club nro earnestly requested to attend.
Thu Supruuio Court, contrary to ex
pectations, Mid not render Its decision
In tho tnuniclp.il net test case this
morning. It adjourned until tomorrow-
morning, nt which tltuo It Is ex
pected that this Important matter will
Governor Trenr hopes to entertain
the Ailmir.il and officers of tho Fleet
nt dinner. The date of tho first pub
lic reception given by (lovernor and
Mrs. 1 rear this season has been set
for the first Monday In September InJ
stead of tho first Monday In October,
Hon Yin, a Chinese, and Leu Kam,
n half Chinese woman, appeared this
morning befnro Judga Dole for sen
fence, they having pleaded guilty to
a chargu'undcr tho Edmunds Act. Tha
woman, however, inndo a statement
to the effect that she was not guilty,
nnd under tho circumstances tho
Court continued the case In order thnt
n fuller Investigation might be mndo
Into thu facts ot the case.
ROLLER MATCH OFF
The three cornered wrestling match
In which Dr. Roller was to have ftc
tired hero on tho 7th, Is off. Some of
his opponents to-bo- havo failed to
como through with tho necessary for
Tucsdny, Sept. 1.
Temiierntures i! a. m, 73; 8 a. m ,
77: in it. m, 71; noon, 74; morning
Barometer, ft a. m, .10 04; absolute
humidity, 8 n. in. 7.870 grains per
cubic foot; relathu humidity, 8 a. in,
79 per cent; dew polnL 8 a. m, 70.
Wind 0 a. in , voloclty 0, direction
K ; 8 n. m , voloclty 9, direction K ;
10 n. m , velocity 7, direction E.; noon,
loclty 11, direction fy E.
Rnlnfnll during 24 hours ended 8 a
m , .25 Inch.
Total nlnd movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 192 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Woather Duroau.
Amherst, Amr. 11. Prof. Herman
Bnbson, Amherst collego '93, who wus
for 13 sears assistant professor of
English at tho Agricultural college,
has accepted a iiobIIIoi) as professor
of tho German Inugungo nnd lltcrnturo
In tho now rollego of Hawaii, al Ho
nolulu. This colltigo Ib supported by
tho stnlo Institutions and Prof, Ilab
non will hno complete cliargo, of tho
German department. Ha resigned his
position at tbo Agricultural colloge In
l'JOG in order to pursue advanced
studies. After a two ears' course of
graduate work In Berlin university
and Harvard, ho received the degree
or Pli I) . June. 1908. Prof, and Mrs,
Ilabbon will be liore noxt week to tako
Icawi of their frluuds. Thoy will sail
for Honolulu September 15, on tho
SaHT'Tor Sals" cards at Bulletin.
Good second-hand lathe, E. A. Oe
Lou'lttco, Royal Hawaiian Oarage
Crowds Greet Fleet
ML'LDOiiriNK, Aus , Sept. 1.
crowded the streets here today, gathered to extend Melbourne's greeting
to tho officers nnd men of the American Atlantic Fleet. The crowd was
so dense that many women fainted In
MAKING CASE AOAINST ARKELL
OAKLAND, Cnllf., Aug. 31, The
Arkcll, who Is' under arrest for the
a spado with which ho Is supposed to
ville swamp In which to conceal tho
identified ns belonging to him. Arkell protests his Innocence ot
TOM HISQEN IS
NEW YORK, N. Y., Aug. 31. Tho notification committee of tho
Independence party today watted upon Thomas L. Hlsgen nnd formally
notified him of his nomination by their party as n Presidential candidate.
m i i
MR. TAFT CAUGHT FOUR FISH
MIDDLEPASS, O , Aug. 31. Candidate Taft. who Is hero on n fish
ing expedition, prior to commencing his campaign, landed four pick
erel today us his sharo of tho day's catch.
WELCOMED OLYMPIC CHAMPIONS
OY8TER BAY, L. I., Aug. 31. President Roosevelt todny wolcomed
back to America tho American contestants In the London Olympian games.
i i e
GRAND ARMY IN SESSION
TOLEDO, O., Aug. 31. Tho Orand Army of tho Republic's annual
encampment Is now In session here.
i us i m
EIGHT THOUSAND MINERS OUT
IlUTTi:, Mont., Aug. 31. Eight
today In tho Wvomlng mines.
Elks' Labor Day
THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THE
Finest Sight in the World
The Eruption is now very Strenuous
$25-CHEAP! CHEAP!! CHEAP!!!$25
LEAVE SATURDAY, SEPT. th, AT 3 P. M.,
S; S. MAUNA KEA
RETURN, LEAVE HILO MONDAY, SEPTEM
BER 7TH, AT 4 P. M.
tor tickets call
the Hawaiian Office
Hilo and Return, -
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A mjstcrlous-looklnB crnft with
white, blue, nnd red lights brightly
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burning wns seen Inst night by tho
officers of tho U. S. S. Justin .between
Koko Head arid Diamond Head. It
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was so mjstcrlous thnt the officers
lire still wondering whether they
wero visited by a flying ghost or
whether thoy were simply dreaming.
Tho Identity of tho stenmer was not
discovered although all possible at-
tempts wero made by tho' officers of
Iho United Btntes colllor.
One of tho offlcois stated today
that when the Justin was between
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Koko and Diamond Heads, ho and
his fellow officers distinctly enw n
cssel approaching them. First thoy
saw a whlto light which looked Ilko
an electric light. No Booner had they
seen this than they saw a blue light.
Whllo thoy were adjusting glasses to
Identify the vessel tho blue light dis
appeared and they wero confronted
by red lights.
The Justin stcorcd directly towards
Iho placo where the light wns burn
ing, but to tho great surprise of tho
officers tho lights disappeared.
Tho night was dark and tha myster
ious lights could be seen very clearly.
At any rntp tho officers aro certain
that thero was something wrong with
Iho sea hot ween tho two Heads,
Tho wholo thing Is a myBtory. Tho
lights wero put on the wrong side of
the supposed vessel, which made tho
officers ot tho Justin all tho more anx
ious to know about Iho mystery.
Oeo. B. McClollan.tho secretary of
Dolegato Kalanlanaotb, was this morn
ing admitted to practice before nil
tbo courts of tho Territory by Iho
Supremo Court on motion by Attor',
ney It. II. Andorson. Tho examining
board, consisting of Anderson, A, O.
M. Robertson and Lyle Dlckoy, states
that ho missed an exceptionally good
It can be stated authoritatively that
McCIollan will return to Washington
lo bo Willi tho Delogato for tho next
session of Congress.
Hundreds of thousands of slghtsceia
the crush, nnd several were In
mudstnlncd trousers of Oustav
murder of Mrs, Alice Donahue, and
have dug the hole In tho Emery
body, have been discovered and
thousnnd miners wont out on strike
on Mr. H. C. Easton, at
Llhuo, Aug. 29. Another week with
another BUlclde to chronicle.
A Jnpancso by tho namo of Y. Shi
.moknwa Is planting cana In Kanahlll
gulch under contract with Gay & Rob-
jluson. Sonic four or flvo months ago
Cpp his wlfo left blm nnd went to Japan.
cc After that ho becamo moroso and sal
iho wanted to follow her as soon as hu
could. Last Monday ho disappeared
from his homo In Hanapope and was
.not seen neither that nor tho follow
ling day. On Wednesday his friends
becamo anxious and began a search
,or ,,,, Tho ,no,0 day pai,cil wUn.
ut any trace of tho missing man, but
Thursday morning his body was found
)n H(.ano flcW wllh tho throat cut from
oar to car and bloddy knife clutched
,n h'B hand eBpondcncy. occasioned
by tho departure of his wlfo, seems to
,mvo been tho principIli cauge of tno
sulcldo, though u rumored loss of sev-
oral hundred dollars on horso rncos
"W linvp hastened tho o'"l-
slRPHFlIU WA PRllWilPn
U11I llUJlfl fltU UUUtlslLsJ
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I Dc.sii"' "10, ral.n' n crowded
Klil'S wIZTw i
Orpheum last night, when thoy ont
or0(, on tho laBt haf of a wcoklB run
,f Bolasco's successful play "Zara."
Tho Honolulu thoater-goers seem to
have awakened to tho fact that tho
town nas just as good n stock conv
nan; ""' can. lvo J,lBt Kod pro
ductlous for tho money as they can In
nny of the large cities on the main
land. "Zaia" will be repeated tonight
nnd at tho matinee tomorrow and nt
night for the last tlmo. Starting;
Thursday evening, Cohen and Lumlcy
will offor tho LUmloy company In an
other of David Belasco's plays, one
equally well known as "Zaza," butrnf a
different type, "The Heart of Mary
land." Tho play deals with tho ro
hellion and Is ono of tho best war
plajs written. Now and special scen
ery Is being prepared, and the man
agement Is sparing no expense to
make this play the event of the sea
son. ,,.-T . . .
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
ee S. KING ST. PX0HE K5.
If you do need glasses, have your
;ye examined and fitted at once by
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, September 1.
DELAWARE BREAKWATER Ar
rived Aug. 31:
Am. sp. Astral, from Hllo April 6.
(Not as previously reported )
DELAWARE BREAKWATER Ar
rived Sept 1:
Sp. John Enn, henco May 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 1:
S. S. Alameda, at noon, hence Aug
Looking llko a flower garden with
her passengers attractively bcdcckei
with lcls ns thoy stood by tho rails
nnd bade fnrewcll to their relatives
and friends, the Matson liner Lurllno,
In command of Cnntaln wecdon, sailed
for San Kranctsco this morning at 10
o'clock. Dcsplto tho rainy wcathor
tho crowd at tho wharf was large.
Tho band was In attendance. Among
the passengers wero n number of
students returning to their colleges.
Tho departure of tho Kclo baseball
team on the Manchuria yesterday af
ternoon as she sailed for Yokohama,
was the occasion for a very stirring
scene on the Hackfcld wharf, when,
with the whole placo crowded by hosts
of lapanosc, by the ball players, and
tho cadets of tho training ship Talscl
Maru, In neat, whlto uniforms, the
Kelos waod their silken banner ocr
tho rail of tho monster liner, and
called banzai for e cry thing, only to
bo answered from tho wharf by a great
burst of noise led by Jack Doylo from
a pile ot dried fish cases, In his very
Promptly nt 12 o'clock noon todhv
tho steamers Mauna Ken and TUnunn
Loa let go their bow lines and sailed
for Island ports. The Mauna Kea took
a largo list of passengers, while tho
Kona liner had but a few passengers.
Among those who left In the Mauna
Kea wero the Immigration Inspector
and his assistants. They go first t:
Lahnlna, then Walluku, Kula, Maka
wao and Hana. From thero they sail
for Hawaii. It will tako fully thrco
months to register the Hawaltan-born
Chinese. The band placd In honor
of the passengers who satlod In the
FOR THK KAUAI run tho steamer
W. a. Hnll will cover tho trip as
usual. Sho leaves nt 6 o clock, touch'
Ing nil tho principal ports of Kauai.
Tho Hoard of Registration held Its
first session today In tho room on thu
ground floor of thu Magoon building
on tho corner of Merchant and Alakea
streets. In splto ot the Inclement
weather a largo crowd camo to get on
tho voting lists, nnd tho lino In front
ot the dosks kept filled all tho fore
noon. Chairman Chllllngworth stated
this noon that tho number of men
who had come to register far exceed
ed that which was usual on the first
day of a session, and this fact would
materially lighten the labors of tho
nonrd In tho futuro. Tho members ot
tho Board aro S. M. Chllllngworth,
chairman; A. St. C. Pilanafa nnd John
WOULD HIUJnON MAN
Chnn Do Won, a Korean, was this
morning arrested on a complaint
sworn out by Hong Chnng Peo, be
causo Won struck him, nnd gau vent
to tho terrific words, "Not only this;
I'll kill you, even though you bo roado
FLEET MAY BE LATE
(Continued from Fase ii
With the boro possibility that tho
Fleet wilt be late In nrrlvnl, ar
rangements for meeting It are com
plete. Fourteou ot the sixteen Jvos.
sets coming will make their way at
once Into the harbor. The West Vir
ginia will be tied up at the Alakca
wharf, and the other two cruisers ot
tho First Division will llo at this
wharf and at tho Navnl slip. The
destrojers will llo hero also, and tho
Socond Division will be so split that
two of tho vessels will llo outside,
whllo two others aro being coaled,
one at the Oceanic wharf and tho
othor nt the Channel whart, whero
the colliers are now tied up. When
those tnsldo are through coaling thoy
will move out to give room for those'
which havo been lying outside.
Heaps of coal have been provided
on the Alakea and Naval wharves
for those vesbels which will bo tied
On tho streets, decorations aro go
ing up, flags are being strung from
post ,to post, and the town taking
on again something of a gala appear
ance, though the whole thing Is
somewhat draggled with the contln
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First quarter of the moon Sept. 3,
Hawaiian standard time la lu hoars
10 minutes slower than Greenwich
time; being that ot thi meridian of 157
legrees 10 minutes The time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 bouro 0 minutes. Bun
and moon are for local time Zor lb
Monday, August 31.
P. M. S. S. Manchuria. Saunders, for
Yokohama and Hongkong, 6:30 p. m.
Btmr. Ko Au Hou, for Kauai ports,
5 p. m.
Stmr. Noeau, for Mahukono, Hono-
kaa and Kukulhaelc, 5 p. m.
Tuesday, September l.
8. 8. Lurllhe, Wecdon, for San
Francisco, 10 a. m.
Stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman, or
Maul ports and Hllo, 12 noon.
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmcrson, for
Maul and Hawaii, 12 m. .
8tmr. W. O. Hnll, for Kauai ports,
S p. m.
Stmr. Mlknhnla, for Molokal nnd
Maul ports, 5 p. m.
U. 8. Pacific fleet, from San Fran
H. S. Hllonlan. from Snn Francisco.
Por stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman, for
Hllo and way ports, 12 noon, Sept. 1.
Mrs. T. S. Kay, Mrs. J. T. kowis ana
friend. J. A. D. MacKoan, F. T. .1.
Watcrhousc. Miss J. II. Macautcy, MIm
Cowan. Mrs. J. T. C. Abel and z cDll-
dren, Miss Kbbla Osorlo, Miss Ingtls,
Mrs. C. B. Wood and son, Mrs. J. u.
Dassc). Mrs. K. W. Cooper. Miss II.
Taylor, Mrs. Williams, too Joo, Wm.
P. Kapalonl, Harry Cbcn Men, B. it.
Perry PearCo, Miss M. W. Poarcc, N.
Fernandez, Miss Roso Desba, Antono
Fernandez and wlfo, Rcnald McLen
non, Mrs. J. McLennon. Mr. Ewart,
John Hind, Miss Williams, Miss Yo-
wcll, Chu Chang, R. H. Elgin, Unas.
Herbert, Rov. 8. L. Desha, Warner
Dessel, Elder Williams, John Nalwl,
Ah Hip, dames H. Wood, Raymond C.
Brown, F. W. Williams, Londro HoU
stein, C. A. MacDonald, W.''IC. Urowm' ,
and son, Mrs. S. P. Woods, II. T. Hay.
selden and wife, D. H. Case. W. T. -Robinson,
II. R. Br) ant, O. '(. Fall
child, Dr. R. W. Anderson. Hnos Vin
cent, J. Llghtfoot, Mrs. Albof.lna Na
hea, Miss U. Nahea, II. Shaw1, J. C. 1
Cohen, Fred Hallon and wife, Mr.and
Mrs. Peck, Adolns, Henri Kronen iki
servant, Mr. and Mrs. RlnoJdo, D
Clark. Mr. Qould. Mr. Wilson,
Dole. Mrs. Ferrv. Jennie Pornln at
2 children, 'Carl O. Andrews, T, 811
vestcr, tsonny uunnn, Tans: vnsen-
dcllas, H. Focko and party, Miss Oold-f
en, Mrs, J, H. Sopor, Miss Mist, Mrs.
II. W. Mist, Rev. II. P. Judd, It. K.
Mutch, Miss A. M. Paris, E. Horner,
A. Ahrens, Hattle S. Lennls, Mrs. A.
M. Bond, B. II. Smith, wlfo and 2
children, Mrs. W. T. Lucas, Mrs. 11.
0, Atkinson, Mrs. A. R. Eskew, Mrs.
J. J. Horner, H. Tsurushlma.
Fcr P. M. 8. S. Manchuria, for Or
ient ports, Aug. 31. Kelo baseball
team, A. Mason, wlfo and child. MIbs
K. Wight, O. L. Allen Jr.. P. F. Olbson
and wlfo. Tang Phong, wlfo nnd child,
Mrs. Robert White, Emlle Whlto, Mrs.
It. a. Prouse, Mrs. M. Blsney, J. F.
MacDonald, A, C. Ilrnden, W. Haiiffo,
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmcrson, for
Klna ports. 12 m. Oeorge R. Clarke,
J. E. Slnnett and wlfo, Geo. Markham,
Miss Keklpl, L. Chong and son, Daniel
Pahu, Henry Ahl, Wong 8hce. Mrs. M.
T. Pctor. R. A. MoWayno, Mr. Wale.
L. C. Child, John Makalhl, Geo. C. Na
hale, Mrs. M. K. Makekau.
Per Btmr, W. O. Hall, Thompson, tor
Kauai, E p. m. Wong Hong, Miss
Phillips, Miss Edwards, Masters Coney
(3), E. Lovcll and son, A. Fernandez.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, Tullott, for Mo
lokal, 5 p. m. Mnry Kal Ogl, Bister
Barratlna, F. Foster, Miss Lucy Du
dolt. Per stmr. LikellkO, Naopala, for Ma
hukona and way ports, 5 p. m. Mary
Kul Ogl, Sister Alvena.
THE STEAMER Llkeltke will lcavn
this afternoon nt 5 o'clock for Hawaii.
Sho will call at Molokal boforo pro
ceeding to . Hawaii, Besides tha
freight sho takes a fow passengers
THE LITTLE steamer Ko Au Hon
will cover tho Koolau sldo ot Kauai.
Sho also Balls at 5 o'clock. Capt. Pcd
erson expects to beat tho Hall on the
run. down to Kauai.
THE MIKAHALA will leawi nf5
o'clock for Molokal. Sho tnkes paH
snngers and a largo consignment ot
freight for Molokal people.
to younelf and Jet na build that ca
noe, rowine-boat, or yacht which yon
hare in mind. Well harMit ready
in no time, and the price fill be to
low that you will wonder how we can
do it We're done it, howerer; to
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Worka,
-t... u King saai Alapal,