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EVENINO HVJLM5TIN, HONOLULU, T II, TlH'itSiUY, BHPT. 3, 1!0S.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Rose Croix 18th Degree.
Aloha Temple Regular.
All visiting members ot the
Ordci nro cotdlally Invited to
attend meetings ot loeal lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7: ISO In 1. O 0 F. Hall, Fort Street.
IJ. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
HEN. F. VICKEHS, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Mect3 every 2d nnd 4tH Tuesday
ot each rflonth nt 7:30 n. in. at K. I'.
Hnll. comer Fort nnd Hcretanla Sts.
Visiting Drothers cordially welcome
V. L. LYLT3, C. C.
V. WALURON, K. ot R. & B.
AHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets cvory first nnd third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort nnd Hcretanla. YUltlne
brothers cordially Invited to attend
A. G. DEER1NG, C.C .
JAS. V. WHITE. K.U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE G10. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIO, n. P. O.
K., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Streot every Friday even
ing. Ily order of the H. R.:
HENRY C. EASTON.
VM. H. McINERNY, E. R.
Via. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hnll, cor.
Fort and lleretnnla. Visiting broth
ers cordially invited to attend.
W. I.. FRAZEE, C C.
E. A. JACOIISON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 oVIoclt In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Ueiptantn nnd Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles nro Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prcst.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meeti every first nnd third Thurs
days of each mouth at Knights ot
Pythias Hnll. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttnnd.
A. H. ARI.EIOH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY. C. ot R.
PaciTic Photo Gallery
Eest and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAMOTO, Manager.
BESTAND Al ICE CREAM PAItLOIt
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
F-. 54. NagamK
Kodak Doveloping;, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamftlea, Enchiladas, Spare Hibs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Waverley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
, . , ., t i n't postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
Dealers in W. Paper. Paints, Oils, . . r ... . '
to. P. 0. Box j14. 221 No. King,m and Fru,t8.
St., opp. Azla Park. W. a. Kam, mgr,
1X0ELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
2W Beretania St. Phone 1491.
The da3 p 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.
When you get
us to make
Our $25. guits
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
Choice FERNS, ROSES and
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
(EDQEWOivTH and QBOID Tobaccos
! The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the market.
and JaYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
The latent and largest assortment
of. hand-made and painted leathor
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchaut,
PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS.
Wholesale and Retail
Fresh Every Morning from Wahiawa.
ALAKEA STREET, near KING.
ant Ad COSling one
A Bulletin Want Ad costing one
cent per word per day, covers more
ground any day than the most ex
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Mrs. Kt'nrns fresh chiltno) is now
25e. nt nil i ecry stores.
Paradise of Pacific Fleet numbet
for sale nt all tunvnsfntuls.
Cnll.3fil or 41, day or night, for
Mnnuol K Richards In his new Frank
In automobile. '
James T Tnylfir, M Am Sue. C. E .
consulting hydraulic engineer, Is now
ntGll Stnngenwnld hnllcllng
Tim rtulsoV California has u very
elaboiate silver soivloo .presented by
thu people of the Slate tliiuiigh Gov
On Instnllmcnls of $3 per month on
can purchase n While Family Rotary
sewing machine. Uenny & Co, Ltd.
agents, 12Cfi Fort St. Phonu 48S.
Calif of courloR are nlionl all ex
changed now between the olUoein of
tin I'mlllP Fleet nnd those stationed
licri and the Territorial utile lids.
It Jim want a real di Helium glass of
cold beer ask nt the liar foi I'rliuo
the homo brow It is Inlliilttly super
ior to an boor sold In this territory.
Conies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Mis Mm (lulio, win) drought suit tor
iIImiiii rioni lirr liusli.uid u short tlm
11,11 was tills iimrnlng grained mi uli
Milnli ilfrri'i' mi tlio grounds of uueltj
ami lion siippoit.
I'lilird Slnles Dlsltlit Allornov
llicokiius Is hark nt Ills wmk tod.i.
IK- ivas (-(inniivd In Ills liomi' nil day
vostciclny by leaMin or u Jiail shin.
I.. I.. McOandless, thu Dotiincrallo
candidate for Dclegatu lo Lnngresi
relumed this morning In tlio Claudlne
ft on Maul. Ho was .ie".'oiupauiv.-'l lv
Gmrgu Row, Ids Hawaiian lut.'ipict r.
J .1 Cnmhs of (hu Ktillhl slotc who
was arrested last week nn a rh.ugi'to'
Felling lliiuor without a license, was
vostcrdsv miesled on .u-u" or ch.ii 'ti
nt n similar natuie. Ili iipp'-irud m
tlio Pnllro Court this iiMinltur, bu'
both casus against him wore run
F. liellic-ld waB airustnl this mom
tug on it chnrgu of using Ihiealenlrg
language. Win Kobelllr. nllcjcs Hint
he said lie woubl cut lnu tlirj.it an 1
run u knife Into him, at tl'e rntru l line
liolillug n knlTo and a iiiiiiiircr In his
hands Tlio complainant ntki tlin l'ie
ilefendaut be placed under n build to
keep Hit police.
The Inst night of the Lumlc Cnni
paii) In ".nz.i" InoiigliL out ii guild
LOCAL AND GENERAL
audience at thu Ornheitm and Mlss.leet. hut lis hn said that tlio matter
Thornton In the leading rolu repeated
her miccuss whirli has been thu great
featuio of the Liunluy beason. The
audience, enthusiastic thloiighout.
ave her u curtain call at tliu ( lose
of thu thlnl mt
This play Is staged with pel fid
taMo anil the whole plecu Is or the
highest in del that has ever been seen
at the Oinheiim. Mis. Thornton car-
ilc.i her part In n style that makes
dio whole plav a senium on human
life. Her poitiayal of thu woman
sunned commands the enthusiasm of
the aildlenie. Shu i an led them with
her and uveu makes the blase critics
ot Honolulu forget themselves, and
shout "Cooil, good!"
It sceniB like tolling nn old story,
hut It Is ulvvnjs Hue that Honolulu
is being offeiud thu best theatrical
teason by thu Liimley Company (Jut
It has uvor had. With Iluhlcr and
Miss Thornton and their excellent
support, thu Orpheum Is staging a
lino ot Urst-elasu ulajs In the hands
The plecu will hu changed this
evening and another of llelasco's
will he put on In whli h Miss Thoiti
ton will havu a part well suited to
lu thu "Ileal t of Slary-
JOPLIX, Mo., Aug. "1. Jack
O'Connor, si out for the SI. Louis
American League club, last night
purchased thu i oleum or Outfielder
Paul Cobb, biother of Ty, nnd Sec
ond lluhoiimn Wanner fiom thu Jop
llu eluh rot $.',r,ili). Thu pi l(e paid
Tor Cobb was JII.UUO, O'Connor pay
ing $nnu moitj than vvns offcied by
the Cincinnati dub.
Cobb Is leading tho Western As
sociation lu batting with nn uvci
ugu of .:::!:!, while Wanner tops till
of thu lea nun seiond sackuis In addi
tion to leading tho league in thu
number of stolen bases. Cohh Is a
tall, rangy player, built on thu same
lines ns his biother. Hu Is u torrtllu
hitter and has icpcatcdly broken up
games with long drives this auiiinier.
ills Holding Is i cuiai liable, as hu cov
ers an immense amount ot torrltoiy
and possesses n wonderful arm. Cobb
l-ats light-handed. Ho Is 19 years
(.hi and In his second year in pio-
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KING ST. PHONE P25.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
(Indiana Displeases Republicans
' 1 I 1
CI1ICAC.0 III Sept 2
OMAHA, Nib Sept 2 -DIM'UUIT.
DUPONT AND PENROSE ATTACKED
SIOFX CITY Ii. Sept - In it speech hem tonight llrytui charged
Rcpiihlluui ('omuiltii'emeii Dupont nnd Penrose ot not daring to offend
Ti lists became id ilielr louneitton with them.
TEN THOUSAND VETERANS IN LINE
'lOI.HOO, Ohio Sepl. 1! -At the gieat 0. A. It. gathering here to
day 10.000 CHII War votoinn mulched. There were np cases of exluuis
tloli. Seiinlor I'liinUei III Ills nddress prnlsed Mr. Tuft.
WASHINGTON I) ('.Sept. 2. A
ttinnt piesldlnr. ha lnen uppolnted
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. '2.
ed for Congress In Hie Republicans.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept.
has been iieiiillttil
NO TRACE OF
OAKLAND. Calif, Sept.
REFINED SUGAR ADVANCING
Ni:V YORK, X Y., Sept. 2.- Rellued migar has advanced ten points.
Men of Fleet To
Box Saturday Eve
The Saturday evening card for tlio
Independence Club, of which Paddy i
Han is I lie matilimal.er and ofllclal
leferee mid .lack Sillily thu piouioter
In chief, niiiioumeK us Its Satiuday
eu-ll-, (Jllil mi S to 1,0-ioutid go be-
iv.een Oiinboal" Smith of thiferul
nr Pennsylvania and lllgglus uf tl,u
California, thu latter tlio th.implim
or the Pacific Fket. Thu Imul lm
jet to lecelMi thu approval of llm
olllu-r in charge of uthletlis, l.t. Pin-
lot boxing may bu taken up after coal
'lug operations me over, It Is expected
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all light on Saturday evening.
The .Monday (aid Is yet to be llxod,1
but It lb uxuwtvil that Kimu of thu
fast lightweight Iio)h will he signed
up to go with Rellly, tho (lassy lit'
.tin boxer from the Coast.
I'm Saturday night, two' prellml
'mules of six lounils am fuither au
Paddy Rvau will lofuieu all bouts
which this club will hold. In Its Ala-'
ken street stand.
Tie fail that man:
of the KillorHl,'!1('11 ""' "f"-
with thu miheis this time uru nuw
men ,,,. their capabilities aru mil
fully known, makes It thu morn illf -
limit to iiiiangu nay bovlng bouts nt
all, than was thu casu with the At -
hintlc Fleet. In vvhlih the men
class weru nil well known.
It II II
A meeting of lepresentallves fiom
thu vui lous golf clubs was held all
" o'clock this afternoon at M. Mc-,
Ineiny fc Co.'s clothing stole, for
the purposo of elec-tlng u K-crt-taiy, I
and getting down to business on this
pioposltlon. Thoso present wi-ui St.
Clair HldL'ood and F. U. Smith fiom
tlio Iliilulwa Coir Culb. T. (illl and
U. .1. Waterman fiom the Countiy
Club, iiud F lliilstu.ul and W. C. Wil
der fiom thu Honolulu Coif Club.
It Is probable that the Hi st play
lor the Tansan Cup will bu at Iliilu
lwa on Sunday.
GRIMY WORK ON SHIPS
(Continued from Pa?e 1)
olllco and all tliu other clerical unices
necessary, aro alioaiil lier, a piloting
house will he nut oil ho. nil In Inln In
fact, sho will furnish thu nun with all
thu commits mid conveniences of n
flagship or n big battleship, which In
the nature or things thev cannot havu
on boa id their own little craft.
Looking After the Destroyers.
Kurt her than this, thu Solace canlcs
food, and all needful supplies, has u
lino hospital aboanl, and nils tlio func
tions which tho nuxlllaiy licet does
for thu Atlantic Armada,
Moro than this, thu matter of hav
ing one oflleor In chargo or the wbolu
lot or If tt lu craft on thu P.iclllc Coast
Insures that thciu will bu someone
looking caiufnlly artur their luteiosts.
All of thu dcstiovoru lu this bunch
hcio camo mound thu Horn fiom thu
Atlantic coast with tho "blu" Fleet.
wiiii inu exception oi uiu pietiiu and III September 5. moro than 100 passen
Puny. Tho reBt or thorn make up tin. Bris havo nlroady taken herihs.
whole or tho flotilla that caiau with Among the passengers will bo tho
"I Ightlug Uoh." leaving out Hie Lavv-i sharpshooters or tho Hawaiian Nation,
leiico, which is now at Maiu Island as al (liuid and n large nunibur or school
thu lljgshlp uf thu thlul division leathers going hack to their black-
Colorado Coming. IIhmhIh ufler summer vacation. Call.
11 Is understood that thu ciulserl n
Colorado will follow thu otheis heiu,. Till: STCAMnrt Clniiillno arrived at
nnlvlng about Iho (list of Octoher.U 17 o'clock this morning Irom Maul
when It Is expected that iho lepalisjwllh u laigo list ot passengers. As
on her will ho complete. She will I height slui brought 24 cords wood, 400
Join tho othoiit hero cm their letuin .cases bailey, 12 casus potatoes, 31 bar
from Samoa ami go back with thorn. In ids empty bottles, 28 hogs 103 pack
Iho Coast. Sho Is at mount laid up'ngoH siindrlcs.
with boiiio spiuug plates In her hull, 1
Iho i fault or going ashoio leccully, on
-The sit nation In Indiana Is worrying tlio He-
-Sthnltenbergcr lends Dahtmau In the count.
3 lliadlev'K election Is tiiicertnln.
eoiirt-marllal with Major tleneial
to try Daniel Corniiu l
-Julius Kalin has been rcuomlnat-
--Treadwell, nciused of perjury.
Donahtlu autopsy shows no date of
The vessels of thu first division niu
being coaled nt thu Alaken and Naval
wharves today. The) will KliortljOie
thiuugh perhaps by Saliirdnv noun,
The TeniiOHM'u, llugshlp of thu sec
ond division, Is coaling from the .Ins
till lit thu Oceanic wharf, and the
South Dakota is being coaled by the
Satin n at thu Channel wharf Tlio
dustiojers and thu Solace aiu lit the
Nuvnl and Alakun wharvus, being
coaled from thu wharves themselves.
.Meanwhile, thu California and the
VdliiK(nii mo outsldu lu tlio stienm,
""'""K their turn to come In to the
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whal Destroyers Carry.
T, ,,.8ioyors tuku al llm most 1TI
ions 111 their bunkers. This Is the
highest figure, nnd some of thu smal
ler type. can carry only much smaller
iiiuounts. lu thu rouiKo of thu trip
down hero, in
which Ktoaniliig vvin.IP,boMn has taken part slncu hu won
done In only u pail of one day, 73 tons
woro buineil by thu Triixtim, which Is
about thu average for them nil. How.
I'vcr, they did not start out. In miiiiu
eases, with full hunkois, and so will
havu to take on moro than tills fur
I Lwa,,M " " . , , ,
i.i. ,i,.si,m,i- in ci.ti., ..r n, u.i,,
coal dust, nionlu wamleieil nil d.iv in
'lho vicinity or thu Xnvul Station, with
patilotic devotion to thu big "dogs of day bu left. Hvcn under thesu con
war." Tho hands till practiced this dlllons Longboat run lomarkably
I'ioiiiIiik lenillngn touch of gayoty to well, oncu hu got used to tho cold
hut r-ii-m-, ..iiii.li ...in iiuiui w isu null
i-i inline linn uiiukuiiiim BlllllllKy,
MAUNA KEA FREIGHT.
A notice, on thu window of tho Inter
Island Steam Navigation offlco slates
that the freight Intended Tor thu
Munmer Manna Kea will ho leeched
on Saturday, September nth. On Mon
day, It being Labor Day, no freight will
bo iccelved Thu perishable goods
will bu iccelved on Tuesday.
Till: .MATSON liner Illlonlau, which
was expictetl lo como ill duller than
Iho Amerlenn-IIawallan liner Tox.ui,
width anlved yesterday morning, was
i open ted lasl night mid on outcilitg
thu hat heir docked at her hcith nt
about U.'uO o'clock. Sho was delayed
In tin lv lug bccaiisu of the breakdown
i"1 i'10 engines, ami tiled to hoiiiI a
message to the agents hut fulled. Shu
l.iought 20D0 cases or fiult, having In
all 1 SOD tons or siiudiy niuichandlso.
Sho sails at ID o'clock next Tuesday
morning, taking u roll list or pastcn
gers. 12011 tons or sugar and ll'.OOO
eases or canned pineapples. Among
thoso who it-tinned vvuro Mr. and Mis.
W L. Whitney nnd Mr. and Mrs. U.
W, Sutton, Mrs. Murks nnd children
mid Mrs, Ahlos nnd family,
ADVICRS FROM Sunta. Cruz to tho
Merchants' Exchange yesterday stated
that tho barkeulluo Coronado, which
was forly-thrco days out fiom Hono
lulu on hor wny to San Francisco, had
ALTHOUGH tliu Oceanic steamship
company's liner Alameda, Captain
Dowilell. will not salt for llnnnltllii nn.
BULLETIN AD8. PAY
Tf vnn rln ncorl rdn.eei.
If you do need c1ojsc3, have your
eyes examined and fitted at once by
Tuesday, September t.
dki.awari: hri:akwati:r ai
r I veil Aug. 31:
Am. sp. Astral, fiom Hllo Apill G.
(Not ns pinvlously reiortud.)
Di:i.AVARi: DllKAKWATIIR Ar
rived Stipt. !
Sp. John Kua, hence May fl.
SAN FIIANCISCO-Airived Kept. Ii
S. S. Alameda, nt noon, hence Aug.
Wednesday, September 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Anlved Sepl. 2:
Ilk. Annie Johnson, from illlu, Aug
I1II.O Sailed Aug. 31:
S. S. Mexican, for Snlliia Ciuz.
DROPPED 0 FEEI
WASIIINOTON, Ii. C, Aug. 21.
Charles Sheet, ilitcher of tlio Wash
ington baseball team, today won n
bet or tr.UO made with John Riddle
of this city, by performing the un
precedented, though oft-attempted
feat of catching u legtilatton base
ball dioppud from thu top ot the
Thu hall wiih dropped from u
height of 3.0 feel above thu pave
ment, where Stieel caught It on thu
thirteenth attempt, thu ratlines be
ing due In u rather hilsk wind which
deflected tho ball in its couise.
Street wus considerably Jarred b
the impact or the sphere, hut nevei-
theless caught In thu American
League game this afternoon.
Paul lllne.s. Hue!; Kwtng, Chnrlc)
Sujdei- and .Malachl Kittitdgu utu a
tew old-tluieiH that havu tiled this
feat without success. Thu ball, It Is
calculated, was Unvoting at thu rate
or 13." reel per second when it reach
ed thu (atelier's hands. Street uoie
u legiilallou cntt hoi's mitt.
"Tom" Longboat, thu Canadian In
dian I miner, and "Tom" Flanagan,
who has been Ills manager for tho
last e.ir or so. havu reached the
patting of their ways. Umghoat
sas he Is thiuugh with Flanagan
and will look out for his own Inter
ests In futiiiu. It was Flanagan who
niintiKcd nil thu i aces In which thu
thu lloslon Maialhou u year ugo, In
cluding that against u lelay of run
ners at Huston, nn uffoit for which
Longboat Is alleged to have accepted
a cash pi le.
Longboat blames Flanagan for his
defeat In tho London Mniathon. Tho
Indian wanted to train in lhigland,
but, so thu story goes. FlauiiKau or-
deiod him to lielaud, vvhoru It lain
K'1' f'om thu il.i hu iinlved until thu
Two days heroin tho Mniathon
Longboat in lived lu Loudon, Tho
tilp fiom Iieland knocked him out
completely, and hu was unnhlu to do
any wenk thu nuvt clay. Tho follow
ing day was thu day of thu race, so
Longboat had lo stmt without tho
slightest knowledge of thu couise.
On ai count or which Thomas is
angiy. Ho now Intends to inanngo
and tiatn himself, and hopes lu tlmo
to get a clean hill or health from tho
Amci trim Amateur Athletic Union.
I Ills hu will havu to Hike out In hou
lug, tor hu novel- will bu icstored to
good standing on this side, of the
uiiiglioat incidentally cost tlia
.unci lean Olympic Committee Just
a. I. Longboat, Incidentally, gave
inu iiuiLiitiH oi mo Olympiad a
ihancu to onilch themselves to thu
extent of J: I at thu expense ol thu
Aiiieilcau committee. When Long-
Lo.it was piotested tho Amorlcans
were obliged to post the pound ns n
guarantee of good faith. When tho
protest was disallowed they lost tho
been obliged lo put Into that harbor
III a disabled condition. Tho causu of
tho dlsciess of thu Coronado was the
Mil Inking or thu seams or her hull
dining heavy weather, which caused
her to spring a leak. Iluuvlly laden
with sugnr us shn was thu situation
was at ono tlmo roilous and ovuiy ci
lort was put rorth by those on boaicl
to gut hur to thu coast. Telegraphic
Instructions vvoio sent yesterday lo
the tug Heller, which was ut Mouto
rcy, to proceed lo Santa Cnu and tow
thu Icmklng vosbol In this port.
Chronicle, Aug. 20.
It Is repented In London that, young
Turks will hold n meeting lu Geneva,
Swltzeilund, thu und or this month
to ninko plans for deposing tho Sill
Dr. Henry Hopkins, founer piesl
dent of Amheiht College, died at Hot
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First ciiimter or thu moon Sept. 3.
Hawaiian standard tlmo is lu hums
30 minutes Blower than Oreonwlch
time, being that ot tin meridian of 157
Icgices 30 minutes Tho time whistle
blows ot 1:30 p. in , which is ths same
as Greenwich, o hourc 0 minutes. Sun
and moon are for local tlmo Tor the
Wednesday, September 2.
II, S. Pacific Fleet. Adiiilrnl Swin
burne In comniniid, 11! noon as follows:
U. S. S. West Vliglnla, JlcCrackln,
from San Ki .inched.
II. S. S. .Maryland. Wood, fiom San
IJ. S, S. Pennsylvania, Wllner, from
I'. S, S. Tennessee. Flske, fiom Sim
U. S; H. California, Caltinan, from
U. S. S. South Dakota, Fox. from
It. S. S. Washington. Knight, from
U. S. S. Solace. (Ill), from San Fran
U. S. Torpedoer Whipple. Church.
from San Francisco.
V. S. Torpedoer Honklns. Picilerlrk.
from S.m Francisco.
If. S. Toiiiedoer Hull. McCoinmon.
Iionl Sin Fiaiiclsco.
V. S. Torpedoer Triixlon, Korrlck,
Iiiiiii San Franclpro
I). 8. Torpedoer I'rclilo. Freeman,
fiom San Franclscn.
V. S. Toriiuiloer. Sluwart, Smith,
from San Francisco.
IJ. S. Torpedoer, Perry, Larimer,
fiom San Francisco.
Stmr. Jnmes Mnkoo, fiom Piiuloa, G
Sibr. Roy Hoy, from Piiuloa, fl:1C
M. S S. Illlonlau, Johnson, from
San Finuelsco, !i:3H p. in.
Slmr. Klnaii, Oiegory, for Kauai
ports, ." p. m.
Per stmr. Clnucllne, from Maul, Sept.
3. Miss n. Nichols. C. Ilelnlcks. L. V.
Alcina and son, S. P. Hong, F. Murclel,
Miss Tsuruyo, Miss I, Knimhoukii, II.
Achcong. Tom Kl, Mrs. 8. K. Uiinion
ami daughter, Miss Marshall, Ah Fn.
Mrs. W. von Soggorn, Miss M. M, von
Seggorn. Win. von Seggern, Miss M.
r.iuio, mibs );. Mnniinn, Miss It, Peck,
Mrs. II. A. llaldwln, Mrs. W. O. Smith.
J. A. Aheong. Miss K. Holt, Miss U.
Holt, .Miss N. Chllllngworth, Mrs. S.
F. Clillllngworlh. W. K. llrown. It. P.
Qiiarlus, Miss H. Itoswoll, .Miss Mason,
Miss Q. .Ionian, Miss M. Jouhin, Miss
II. 1 lamina, Miss L. Kugllsh, Mrs. A.
Kniiohl. Miss K. Wilcox. Thus. Cock-
til, M. Nuiios, F. Niincs, Master Cum-
nilngs. A. do Costn iiud vvlfu, Mrs. Ham
See. Mrs. Aonl. S. S. Wlckson, It. A.
Wadswoith & Son, H. Kiuso and vvlfu,
W. Heunliig, vvlfu nnd 2 children, J. W.
liny lo and servant, L. L. Harding, W.
(lieen, L. L. MeCnildloss. (Jen. Lowu.
Y. II. Choi, Wong Kit nnd 70 deck.
Per M. S. S. Illlonlau, from San
Fiaiiclsco, Sept. 2. Muster O. Alwat-
cr, .Miss .1. K. (Irluvo. F. A. nichinond.
(Inniilu Hush, Shirley Hush, Chiiencu
I)or, J. K. lllgglus, Lester Marks,
Mrs. Marks and 2 children, Miss J,
ro(, C. McLaughlin. Miss F. Law
lonco. Miss S. F. Smith, Hro. William.
.Mrs. James, L. Mngcsin. Mrs. L. C.
Abies nnd son, Kenneth Ahlos, Mr.
and Mrs. Fied Whitney, Mr. and Mrs.
Sutton, Mlbs Sutton. Kenneth llrown.
Mrs. Whlleinaii mid child, Miss Lewis,
Miss Ward, Miss It. C. Ilnhemberg. K.
Ooodwln, M. S. Viilent, W. K. Johnson.
fASSfeNUfcHB BOOKED I
Per stmt. Klnnu, Grugory, for Kauai,
r. p. in.. Sopt .1. S. K. Kaeo, C. W.
Spitz. Kaohllatilll and wife, I). L. Aus
tin, i:. Kiuso, II. W. M. Mist. W,i
Cnttou. Miss Flnklor, Mis. K. Omsted,
Mrs. W. Kiuso, Miss Carter, Mrs. .1.
Smytho, Mrs. J, Ciishlughani and child,
Clins. Smytho, Hobt. Smythu, Leu
UNCERTAINTY AS TO WHAT
DIVIDENDS 8HALL BE.
The Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
with assets of over $14,000,000, and a
turplus of over $1,300,000, Ii now lim
ing a Guaranteed Investment Contract,
with . Guaranteed Annual Earnings
added, on payment of second and tub
tequent deposit!. In case of Perma
nent Disability the contract will ma
ture and be paid during life.
It will pay you to Investigate before
talnn out Life Insurance.
HENRY WATERHOU6E TRUST CO,
Till: KINAU loaves ror Knual nt
6 o'clock this afternoon, Inking pas
senguiu and freight.
' ' " iMMvikfli
to yourself and let ns build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which yon
have in mind. We'll havtfit ready
in no time, and the .price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it. however: so
we KNOW. '
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near AlapaJ,
U .. .,. Lfc.4, UjL i
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