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BVENtNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. FRIDAY, SI2PT. I,, 1908.
Iffillt & Hilt
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Rose Croix 18th Degree-
Aloha Temple Reoular.
The dojs arc fast draw
ing near when House
hold expenses increase.
All Visiting members of tho
Order nro coidlall.v tn ltcil to
attend meetings of local lodge
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets eveiy Mondav cvunlng nt
7; SO ltl I. O O. F. Hull, Fort Stroet.
U It. UBNDTlY, Secretary.
URN. V VICKEUS, N. O.
All vliltlnc brother very cordially
IWSTIO I.0D0E, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meal nvory 2d and 4tli Tuesday
of kacb month nt 7-30 p. in. at 1C I'
Hall, corner Fort and llerotanla Sts.
VlMtlng Hrothers cordially welcome
V. L. lyle, C. C,
V. WALDHON, K. of R. & S.
OAHU LODGE. Ho 1. K. of P.
Meets ovory first and third Fri
day ovenlng at 7.30 In K. of 1'. Hall,
eonior Kort und llereUnia. Visiting
brothers coidlally Invited to attend.
A 0 D1212ULNO, C C,
JA8 W. WHITE, K.11.S.
and you will strike nn
economic chord and
biing Harmony home
Honolulu Gas Co.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A Bulletin Want Ad., costing one
cent per word per day, covert more
ground any day than the most ex-1
HONOLULU LODGE QIC, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No CIO, 1). 1'. O.
H., will meet In their hull on King
near Fort Stioot ovory Friday even
Ily ordor of the 12. It.:
HENitY C. 12ASTOX.
vm. h. mcixehxy, u. n.
Wm. H'XINLSY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Jloetu ovory Saturday ovenlns at
7:30 o clock In K. of l Unit. cor.
Kort and llerotanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially invited to attend.
W. L. PUAZKE. C C.
13. A JACOHSON, K.K.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 110, F. 0. E.
Moets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:80 o clonk In K of P. Hall, corner
IleieUnla and Foit ntleeti.
Visiting Englm nro Invited to at
tend. v. l. rrtAznu, w., rrest.
11. T. JIOOUI3, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights uf
1'ythUs Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttnnd.
A II. AHLEIOIl, Sachem.
A 12. Ml'ltl'lIY. C. of U.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Latest method of photogra
1" HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAH0T0, Manager.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
When you get
us to make
Our $25. suits
GEO. A. MARTIN,
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST. ' TEL. 471.
f. -. Nagami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging ond Interior Photographing.
HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel. THE FL0RIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
THElHOICEsfsTiAKS Tele"hone 339-
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tomales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
light next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
Choice FERNS7 ROSES and
, Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
1 AGENTS FOR
lEDGEWOilTH and QBOID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
THE CRITERION CAFE, I
Wavcrley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING ANDl,
General Jobbing A Specialty. i
Tobaccos in the Market,
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
The latet and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
nnntrnrdi in Hawaiian Views. Flow-
Dealers in W ' Paper. Paints, Oils,lers ftnd FruJU ftt
ete. 0. 3o). 014. 221 No. King WEEDOjrs CURIOSITY BAZAAR
,i cpp. iiara .k. w. a. juiui, wb . . Abilcea. St.. bet. Kinir and Merchant.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
267 Bcrctania St. Phone 1491.
PINEAPPLES AND BANANAS.
Wholesale and Retail
Fresh Every Morning from Wahiawa.
ALAKEA STRBET, near KING.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Mrs, Kcnrns' fresh chutney Is now
2Gc. nt nil grocory Btoros.
Paradise of Pacific Kleot number
for sale nt all newsstands.
Them will bo a meeting of tin Itlv.
crsltlo Junior League this evening.
Sir. and MrH. M. llranch linvo taken
the l.ycniH homo on Auapunl street.
Honk! Honkl Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
Mcl.vod, for plensantest auto rid.
A notlco of n special meeting of tho
Klpuhulu Sugar Co. appeals In thlH
Call 361 or 41, day or night, for
Mnnuol K. Htchardo In hie new Frank
Tho heat clears In tho market can
bo round nt tho Myrtlo Cigar Stoic and
I llzpatrlck liroa.
A. Hntieberg, plantation auditor of
llaekfeld & Co., goox lo Maul this tip
lornoon In the Chiudlne.
On and after Saturday, September
nth tin- N. S. Sachs Dry Hoods Co. will
t low on Saturdays at l! p. in.
Akniiu l.lilll, a well known CIiIiiom)
of Maul, leaves this afternoon In tho
Clnudlnu. Hailing at S o clock.
I). 1. I.nwronco, icglstrar of tho
Hoard of Health reports 11 deaths for
tho sixteen dn)H ending August 31.
Do not iiiIsh tho blx boxing cm nival
nt tlio old Midway toiuoriow night
Them will bo Bonio very "class"
Tonionnw h tho last day of A.
Ilium's ii'tuaikablo roisel and hosiery
sale Ladles ran't afford to miss theso
Moses Kauliliiiiihu, principal of'tbo
K.ihulul government school, letilrns to
bis homo thin afli'tnoon. His vacation
was HH'iit In Honolulu.
Allegrcttls ihocolnlo creams by re-
filgeralor ear fiom Chicago mo on
Mile at lli'lisuii, Smith Ac Co., Ltd.,
Hotel mid Foil sheets.
On Installments of 13 tier month you
can purchase n White Family llotary
sewing machine. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
ugetlts, lifltl Fort St. Phone 488.
Moses K. Hulhiil, u juiiiik Hawaiian,
wiih thlH morning fined $10 and costs
b .ludgo Audrndo fur nsKiiult und bat
(cry on his wife, Annlo K. Hulhul.
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
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
(1. (!. Seong. a well known nierchatit
of Lnlialna, who came down to bo pres
ent at tho Quccii'h blilhday Ittuu, Is
booked to leavo In Ihe Claudlne to
da The caso of P. Fleldfeld, cliarg"ed
with having used threatening lan
guage, canio up lu tho Pollco Court
this morning, but was continued until
Them Is u great deal of Intel est be
ing taken In I lie boxing tomoirow
evening nt tho Old Midway and tho
way tho tickets arii going hIiowh that
Iheio will ho a largo crowd.
Ilri'wcr & Co. statu that there wan
no sugar In tho Honomu wmchouso
which was dcstiojcd by lira last Wed-
nesda) Tho only goods lu thu build
lug won) fertilizer and 1 mo.
Sllva's Toggery Is tho bojs' outflt
ting stoio of Honolulu. Tho most com
plete Hues of boys' school and diess
clothing In tho city. No troublo to
show goods conio and seo them.
Mrs. .laiiett T. I.eiB of Hllo re
turned from thu mainland on tho
Hlloiilan Wednesday, Mis. IaiwIs has
been as far 12ast as Now York mid
will rest hero for several days before
A derrick toppled oer yesterday nt
the scene of thu blasting operations nt
tho Nuuantt stream waterfall, hitting
a Japanese laborer named FuJImoto
who received Internal hurts and had
an arm broken In two places.
Tho principal rcabons why you
should buy thu Leonard Clenuahlo lie
frlgerator are that It keeps things
pure and cold, It uses Mule Ice nud
Is tho easiest In tho world to clean.
Sold by II. Hnckfold & Co., hardwaro
Tho Cornell Club met at tho Unl
verslty Club parlors Inst evening to
cdmploto Its organization. Thero wns
a good attendance. Among tho nit in
her was Prof, (illmore, president of
thu College of Hawaii. A constitution
Frank Winter, former United
Stntes Deputy Marshol, Is seeking to
organize tho Hawaiian Island Pott-
land Cement Company to nmnufuc
tin a Portland cement, ns well as lime,
from material found on this Island
Somo peoplo buy from tho Jups a
'coiil 7 of wood at a leBs price than
what wo sell acord, and think they'io
Mixing money. They ought to stuck
Ihe two "cords" ulongBlde of an an
other nnd bee where tho saving comes
In, For wood, coal and kindling ring
up Union-Pacific Transfer Co. Phono
Thu Kxcpiitlvo Committee of the
Homo Hulu party this morning pro'
sented a petition to Judgo San'ford II
Dolu, ren.ucstl.ng him to excuso Chns
K. Notley fioni further feurvlng as n
Juror lu tho United States District
Court, In order that he may ho able to
attend tho island conventions of tho
Homo Utile party.
Another Instructor has been ndilud
lo thu corps of teachers for the new
Hawaii College of Agrlcultuio
and Mechanic Ai ts. F. Iteiks has been
appointed an Instructor In tho collogu
of Engineering, us an assistant to tho
head of tho department, J. M. Young.
Mr, Iteiks Is a graduate of a famous
German University, und spent thieo
years in tho Herman Army Engineer
Corps. At picseut Mr, Helku, with n
party of prospective students In tho
now college, nro surveying tho silo
for the buildings mi College Hills.
This practical wotk ts an education In
ltscir for tho hoys, nnd, under tho ell
lection of Mr, Iteiks, who has been
with tho Department of Public Works
for somo time past, It Is progressing
rapidly nud the boys nro gaining a
practical knowledge of field work.
France Is Not Pleased
With Action of Germany
, Two Eyes
arc letter than one; and too good
eyes arc better than two poor ones,
i Let us make your eyes good by fitting
PARIS, Franco, Sept U. (loriuauy's recognition of Mulnl llafld may
lend to complications' with Frame, Fiuneo will Insist on (leimnn)'s
compltnncu with the terms of the Alfeeclrns Convention,
Democrats and Suffrage
STOCKTON', C.illf, Sept. 3. Tho Democratic Hlnto Convention to
day adopted u woman suffrage plank. Junici D. Phelan win chosen
m i i i -
LORD SACKVILLE-WEST IS DEAD
LONDON", Hug.. Sept. 3. Lord Sackvllle-West, formeilv Ilrlllsh Min
ister nt Washing! Is dead. Ills career nt Washington v.ts somewhat
sensational on ucioiint of President Cleveland demanding his recall be
ciuso lie criticised n Picsldcntlnl appointment.
TRIED TO BRIBE JUROR
SAN FUANCISCO, Calif., Sept. S. A warrant hns been Issued for
the arrest of A. 11. 1-iko, charged with attempting lo bribe a Jtnor lo Ilnd
lu favor of Huef.
BATTLESHIPS ON CHINA COAST
PEKIN, China, Sept 3. The American battleships of tho spuclal
service sn.uadnm are at Chlng-wan-tao.
m i i
SCHOONER MATHILDA ASHORE
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, September 4.
KAN FUANCISCO A-ilU I Sept. .1.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, 4 p in., henco
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
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IIOQIIIAM, Sept. 3. The hchooner Mathilda, lunibcr-ladon for Mel
bourne, Is aground lu this harbor.
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NEVINS IS 0. A. R. COMMANDER
TOLI2DO, ()., Sept 3. II. M. Nevlns has been clerted national com
mander of the (I. A. It.
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COMES FROM MANILA
Picked 'Up Fleet On Her
At about 10:30 o'clock last night
the United States transport Thomas,
which inihcd fioni Manila via Naga
saki, Japan, was heard by wireless
fioni the Ilagshlp West Virginia. Plu
vious to that time the transport tried
to raise the shore people hut, fulling
In this, she communicated with tho
warship, which ii'spondod Immediate
ly. The Thomas is taking back to tho
States 111! passengers ill the cabin
ami 33 lu the dormitory. Dm lug
her trip from Japan, which took 14
dnvs, slio encountered pleasant
weather. Hvcrjono on board was
Prominent among the passengers Is
Brigadier (icneral Philip lteade. He
noon the matter was gone Into thor- Is returning from his third season In
oughlv It was pointed out that ntltho Philippines under Wur Depart-
the time tho Milwaukee was here, inent orders, (icneral Keado is a
and the tars were admitted pi omls- friend of (lenrial Kopec of the Nil
cuuuhI) to thu grounds, the League
had lost n good number of pultons.
through tho fact that the somewhat
TARS WILL NOT PLAY
AT BASEBALL PARK
League Balks At Free
Tho Honolulu Itaseball League
teams will not play ball with those
of tho Paclfle Fleet. Thu sailor men
vviint free admission and other privi
leges which tlin League docs not see
Its way clear to granting, and so II Is
out with 'em.
Charles FnlU wiib jesterday ap
pointed a committee of one to see tlio
officer of tho Fleet In clungo of ath
letics, und arrange games to he play-
id on Sunday and Monday with tho
local teams lit Baseball Park. Hut It
was found that tho peoplo In charge
of the athletic cud of the matter In
tho Fleet would not louseut unless
thu men were admitted fieu. abso
lute!), to till! grounds.
At a meeting of the League this
HII.O HAUHOU. HAWAII ISLAND.
Bloiule lteef Southwest Mud lluoy,
3, a black 2d-class can, reported ndrl"
August 27, wns replaced August 31,
Ily order of Iho Light-House Hoard
STANFOUD K. MOSKS,
Lleul-Commander, U. S. N Assistant
to the Inspector, tilth L. II. Dlf
THR STI2AMI2U Ileleno came In
fioni Hawaii this moiulug at 4:40
o'clock ami docked at thu railroad
wharf, where she Is discharging her
freight. She brought U7U4 uags or A
sugar and 106 II sugar from Laupa-
hoehoo Sugar Co., 258 bags of Biigar
from Kiiknlau; 4SIIU bags from llanin
kua Mill, Tfi lid cattle, 1 box machin
ery, 2 cascB coffee, 3 cases ineicniidlso.
'i trunks, 1 package, 30 bags coffee, 47
THK STKAMKIt Ke An llnu arrived
tills morning from Kauai with t
cabin piiBSeugcrs. She brought 34u
bags sugar, 2 bags rice, 3 boxes fish, 1
box limit, 4 trunks, (! packages sun
dries. Purser II. Vlerra reports tho
following sugar on Knuai: M. A. K..
27,045; 11. & Jt., 2700; M. S. Co., '.Mil;
K. S. M., 40.
llKlTISII STICAMI2II Ilouifoid nr
rhod this morning fiom Newcastle
with 4100 tons or coal for tho Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co.
First quarter of tho moon Sept. 3.
Hawaiian utanilura time lu in lum
80 minutes Blower thau Greenwich
tltno, being that of tho merldlun of 157
legrecs 30 minutes Tlio tlino whistle
blows nt 1:30 I), in., which Is tho soma
as Greenwich, o houre 0 mlnutos. Sun
and moon oio for local ttnio or uo
Friday. September 4.
S ,S. Hongkong Mum, Kilmer, fiiun
Ban Kranclsco, 2 p. m.
U. S. A. T. Thomas, fiom Orlelit,
9:30 u. m.
Stiur, Ileleno, Nelson, from Hawaii,
1:47 a. m.
Stmr. Ku An Hon, Mitchell, fiom
Knuai, a. in.
Thin Bilay, September 3.
Stmr. Klnaii, Oiegory, for Knuai
poitB, 5 p. in,
S. S. Hongkong Mum, Kilmer, for
the Orient, 10 p. in.
Stmr, Cluuilliie, for Lahalna and
Hllo, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Manna Ken, for Hllo (F.lku'
Volcano excursion), 3 p. m.
Stmr, Mmimi Ken, from Hllo ami
way ports, a. m.
From San Francisco, per Hongkong
Muni, Sept. I, For Honolulu: Limit.
W. It. Van Ankeii, U. S. A. For Yoke
haimi: Dr. L. II. Looiiholm, Miss O.
I.oenhnlm, II. K. Mnuwiiilng, Mis. II.
)2. Mniiwnrlng, .Miss Gladys Mnnwar
Ing. K. Shlbn, M. Tokleda. For Kobe:
II. Renault. For Shanghai: Itov. John
A. Oeru Shipley, Mrs. John A. Oeio
Shipley, Miss Alice C. Shipley, Master
James lister Shipley, Master Jeiomu
W. Shipley. For Hongkong: Mull
nno Illlledo. Can oil D. Hush, It. P. Cal
ler, Chailes S. Damlols, Francis Del
gado, C. K. Ferguson, Mrs. C. K. Fer
guson and Infant, K. M. Hopkins, Mrs.
K. M. Hopklmi, Adolf Lunge, Mis.
Adolf Lange, Miss Ida F. Meer, Fran
els W. Sheiidau.
tlonal (luard of Hawaii and also of
Colonel W. C. Itlvcrs of tho Phlllp-
loud demeanor of some of the fans ll'lno Constabulary Is leturnlng to tho
from tho sea got onto the nerves of
In view of tho fact that tho propo
sition lo nrrango games with thu
teams from tho ships was made more
as a favor to them than anything
else, and wns not prompted by any
great deslro on the part of tho local
peoplo to tnlin part in such games,
It was determined to lot the Fleet vs.
Honolulu names go, nnd to have no
baseball on next Sunday nt Baseball
The regular sanies of tho second
series will bo started tomorrow, ns
has been planned for somo time, nnd
tho hetoud day's play of tho schedtilo
will lie held In unother double-header
on Monday, when the Jewels meet
the Saints and tho Kums clash with
States on leave of absence.
During the trip down from Japan
the transport passed tho steamship
Mum burl. i. She hi ought only two
hags of mall for this port. Slio sails
at 4 o'clock this afternoon for San
Francisco, taking mall.
GEN. DEWIH WAS
KNOWN IN HONOLULU
(Icneral Culvln Do vvltt, whosu death
was announced lu yesterday's cable
grams of the II ill let lu, will bo lei
niembored by many Honolulu peoplo.
The (icneraj was Iho fiithcr-ln-liiw of
Dr. Hlanchard, who was on duty at
Camp McKluIey, und lived ut Wnlklkt
during Ills stay In thu islands. Gen.
Dow lit left hero about a year ago.
Kugculn Vllals of Lyous. France,
daughter by hla llrst wlfo of the late
Ivlienno Glvcrnaud, owner of silk
mills lu North Bergen, N, J has
brought suit to havn sot nstdo his
will, which loft tho hulk of thu 2,
000,000 estate to his Becond wlfu. n
former mill hand.
Theodore Norman of Avon-by-tho-Sea,
N. Y removed a plcco of gins
three-quarters of an Inch In length
from his forehead which, unknown
to him, had been imbedded thero ev
er since ho fell downstairs with it
bottlu In his hund twenty-six years
(Continued from Pzse IS
deposit befoie a certain dato two del
l.ii u or thoieabouls fur tho necessary
expenses of the pieclnct election.
When the tlmo canio for the candi
dates to make good, n number had not
made tho necessary doposlt. Tho ex
ecutive committee of thu precinct
ruled that their names should not go
on the oluclal ballot. Tho question
lor tho Territorial committee to de
cide was whether tho names woio
piopeily i of used a plncu on the tlckdt.
Tho whole matter turned on tho In-
teprctutlon of whether the two dollars
was u voluntary subscription. The
minutes of the precinct meeting
showed Unit the assessment pioposi
lion was passed lv- the pieclnct meet
ing before thu nominations were nuiclci
for delegates, aniPjliiit them was no
protest against It at Unit time. The
members of tho chit In other words
accepted It freely and thu nominees
accepted tho nomination with it full
understanding of what the club had
As tho matter was thoroughly und
erstood nt tho precinct meeting the
piotcbt of Oeorgu Maikhaiii, S. K. Ma
blole, M. K, Kauuwal, J. K. I'auiuhaln,
(. K. Nnwaa am) I). Kekl was cllsal-
Frlday, Sept. 4.
Temperatures (i a. in., 72; S n. in.,
78; 10 a. ni., 79; noon, 70; morning
Uaiometor, 8 n. m .10.02; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., R.474 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, S u. m
03 per cent; dbw point, 8 u. in., 04.
Wind 6 a. m velocity 2, direction
N, 12.; 8 a. in., velocity 2, direction N.
W.; 10 n. m., velocity 8, direction K.;
noon, velocity 9, direction N. B.
Haliifnlt during 24 hours ended 8 a.
in., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended ut noon, 143 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Uuronii.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.
G2 S. KINO ST. PHONE 585.'
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN. 'iiw of tho Territory.
Per stmr. Klnau, Giogory, for Kauai,
5 p. m.. Sept 3. S. K. Kueo, C. W.
Spitz. Kaohllaullt nnd wlfo, D. L. Aus
tin, E. Kruso, II. W. M. Mist. Miss
Cattnu, Miss Kinkier, Mrs. E. dusted,
Mis. W. Kruso, Miss Curler, Mrs. J.
Smythe, Mrs. J. Cushlnghnm and child,
Chns. Smythe, Hobt. Smythe, Leo
Tho steamship Hongkong Muni ar
rived fiom thu Coast this afternoon,
docking lit the Uuckfeld whaif at 2
o'clock, Her voyage was uneventful
und nothing was sighted on tho way.
Slio Balls at 10 o'clock this evening.
Among thu passengers nro II. E.
Maiiwuiing, who goes lo tako charge
of the Grand Hotel at Yokohama, ami
Ills wife and daughter; K. Shiha, a
banker of London; Lieut. W. It. van
Aukeii, U. S. A., who paid Iho usual
K(o line to come lo this poit on u for
eign vessel, ami II. Renault of Sam
uels & Samuels of Kobe.
Thu Muru hiought 1U2 bags of mall
for this poit.
4-4- 4- 4.4-
lowed by u unanimous voto.
It was the general nuclei standing ut
thu hicollng held this noon that should
the candidates who had been dulin
niiont nnd rand the protest, conio for
ward with their assessment, their
iiumes should appear on thu ouicliil
ballot No action, however, was taken
mid whether there will be a fuithur
contest or not depends, on the Execu
tive Committee of thu pieclnct.
Thu disposition of tho Tcnltoilnl
commlttuo was to let nnonu run for
ofllco who wauls It, hut thu pieclnct Is
a power unto Itself ami thu olllcers
iiio guided by thu vote of the club
when It Is within the limitations of
the iiilcs of tho paity.
The Bquabblo brought bcfoio tho
Tenltoilal committee this noon en I In
attention to tho filctluu that will bu
eliminated when tho Territory has n
direct primal y law mid all tho ballot
ing clone In connection with ciiudldates
lor public iilllcci is cent lolled by tho
Per U. S. A. T. Tliomus. from Phil
ippines, Sept. 4. E. S. Adams, Mis.
S. II. Avary, Mrs. Ames und child, W.
U. Borden. Mrs. llorden, Mrs. William
Iliooke, John Biooke, Alma Brooke,
II. J. Black, Mis. Black, Dell. C. Ca
bell, Mrs. Cubell and 3 children. W. ().
Cutllffe, Oeorgu F, Campbell, Mrs.
Campbell, Mis. J. F. Clayton mid In
fant, Kiln aid Cook, Mrs. Cook, II. 11.
Diilcher, I). II. Douglass, Mis. Doug
hiss, Miss Alice Elliott, Mrs. Edgar
and Infant, Henry II. Fanar, .1. 11.
Flynn. Mrs. Flynii and child, Mrs. J.
F, S. Gray, II. W. (loodhait, .Mrs. Good
hart nnd Infant, Hoy Gearheurt, A. M.
Gultiird, Master Gultard, F. L. Gar
Inch, E. 12. Haskell, Mis. Haskell mid
child, C. U Holt, Ellon T. Hull, M, S.
Jnrvls, Mrs. Jurvls, T. W. Jackson,
Mis. Jackson mid 2 daughters, Miss
Florence Jandt, F. E. Johnson, Mrs.
Johnson, Mis. Carrie Jacks, II., I).
Kneedler, Mrs. Kueedlcr, J. L. King,
Amos II. Martin, Mrs. Martin and
daughter, Mrs. F. M. Munsuu, Allium
Morrison, Mis. G. C. Mitchell mid 2
children, Mrs. O. C. Nichols and 2
children, Mrs. E. It. Nicholson, Mrs. It.
P. Oswult, MrB. J. M. T. Paitello nnd
son; Mis. C. E. Pmsous and 2 chil
dren, Mrs. 11. S. Plnkston, W. C. Itlv
crs, Mrs. ltlvors nud 2 children, T, L.
lUionds, E. M. lleovo, Mrs. lteeve and
sou, Louis ltndcliffu, Miss Elolsu Ho.
enbiirg, W. M. Stephenson, Mrs. Ste
phenson, u. it. street, Mrs. Street mid
child. C. J. Stolbrand, A. F. Scliauer.
S. A. Smith, It. E. Shorwood, Mis. W.
It. Shaw nnd child, Mrs. II. C. Strong
and Infant. Mrs. F. L. Strong, Frank
Thompson and child, M. Van Der
Hack, M. C. Wyeth, W. W. Webei,
Mrs. Walter and Infant, Margaret
Monro. Miss Cheatham, Philip lteadn.
Jonas White, Mis. White mid 2 dill
Per Btmr, Ko An Hon, Mitchell, fiom
Kauai, Sept. 4. Alfred Edward, Mah
ler Walter Scott and 4 deck.
Per 8. S. Hllonlun, for Sun Kran
cIbco, Sept. 8. Miss E. A. Perkins,
MIbs Esther Haven, Miss E. Wilcox,
MIbs M, Wilcox, Mrs. J. W. Ilergatrom
mid 2 chllilicn, Mis. A. 11. Itlce, Mrs.
E. C. Shrewsbury, John T. Molr, AI.
lied Edwards, T, S. Kay, Mis. V, E.
Coukllng and child, Miss T. llydu, Miss
O. Hyde, Miss Emily Hire, W. A. Kin
ney. W. 12. Holllna, FIllpo Sllvestro,
Chns. Ellis, Madame Arral, II. B.issett,
S. H. Stoddard, John II. Fibber, Mrs.
J, 11. Fisher, Mrs, Ed. Camel on and 2
chlldicn, S. W. Parker and patty, Geo,
Bobbins, Chns. Gammon, Ernest Aus
tin, Mario Heprauves, E. T, Coiiant,
Frank llorzes, Clius. Zelgcnfiiss, Harry
Per stmr. Cluudlnu, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, Sopt 4, 5 p. in, -Akan.i
Llllll, Dr. Henry Hayes. J. F. C. Abel,
Mrs, A. T, Andrews, Mrs. Clurn .Mas
ser, Mrs. David Kuuuoiil, Miss Ada
Mulch, Leo Koiilcy, A. Lotilsson, Itov,
12. 11. Turner and wife, (3. Waggon,
E. C. Wilcox, E. P. Chapln. A. A, WIN
mm, Mrs. W, T. Hell, Mis. U. S. Nlcoll,
A. H. Gunoy, A. Hancbcrg, Sister Hel
ena, Julia Leu, Mary Leu, .Miss Ade
laide Wind und friend, It. A. Wads-
worth, Chns. Muslto, James Faiitonj
and wife, Miss Elizabeth Ting and
child, Moses Kuuhlmuhu, C. MeLnugh
lln. (1. G. Seong, Hi other Finnic.
to yourself and let ns build that ca
noe, rowinfj-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll havAit ready
in no time, and the price Will be so
low that you will wonder how we oan
do it. We've done it, however: so
Charles Dr Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
Xing near Alapai,
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