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BVBMtNa'BULLRTIMrHOtJOLVniTj; T. if., SATURDAY, SEPT. fi, 1908.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
(lose Croix 18th Dcflree.
Aloha Temple Regular.
All visiting members ot the
Order nre cordially lmlteil to
attend meetings ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cvury Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hull, Tort Street.
J: U. HENDRY, Secrotary.
iu:n. f. vickers, n. o.
All visiting btothcis very cordially
MYSTIC LODQK, No. 2, K. OP P.
Moats every 2d nnd -1th Tucrday
of each month nt 7:30 ). m. at K. I'.
Unll, comer Tort and Uorctanla Sts.
Visiting llrothers cordially welcome
v. i lym:, c. c,
V. WALDKOX, K. of It. & s.
0AHU I0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Hrst and third Fri
day evening nt 7:. 10 in K. ot I'. Hall,
comer Tort and Derotanla. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to attend.
A. (5. DEEIUNG. C.C.,
jas. w. white. K.n.s
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, II. P. O.
13., will meet In tholr hall on King
near Fort Street cery 1'rlday even
ing. Uy order of the E. It.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
W.M. II. McINERNY, E. It.
17m. M'KINLEY LODQE No.8, ItofP.
Meeti every Saturday evening at
7:SU o'clock in K. of. P. Hull, cor.
Fort and llcrctanla. Visiting broth
el a cordial!) Invited to nttend.
W. L. rilAZEB, G.C.,
E. A. JACOBSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on thu 2nd and Ith WED
NESUAY nvoulngH of each month at
7 S o'clock In K. of I'. Hall, corner
Bprehmln and Fort Ktreets.
Visiting Eagles aro luvltcd to at
tend. W. I,. FKA7.EE, W., Prcst.
II. T. MOOItE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights nt
PWhlas Unll. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to nttond.
A. II. ARLEiail, Sachem.
A. 15. MURPHY, C. of n.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best nnd Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU,
K. HAJIAM0T0, Manager.
B& AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST. TEL. 471,
F- 8. Nagami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel,
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE ORITERION CAFE,
Waverley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGINfJ AND
General 7 ' 'jing A Specialty,
Dealers in ..u. Paper, Faints, Oils,
etr ?. 0. Box 914. 331 No. King
in., opp. AJa i'arli. w. U. ham, mgr,
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with tiwfr new FRENCH
335" Borotania St. Phone 1401.
The days are fast draw
ing near when House
hold expenses increase.
and you will strike on
economic chord and
bring Harmony home
Honolulu Gas Co.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
Whan you gat
ui to make
Our $25. stilts
GEO. A. MARTIN,
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater,
Coma up and have some fun.
Choice FERNS, ROSES and
THE FLORIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
EDGEW0R7H and QBOID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
nnd MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Alakea St., bet, King and Merchant,
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. King & Alakea. Phone 411
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If what you want is not advertised
advertise for it, in the Bulletin Want
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Mrs. Kcarns' fresh chutney la now
2Sc. nt all grocery stores.
Parndlso of Pacific Fleet number
for sale nt nil newsstands.
Whitney & Marsh will closo nt 1
o'clock next Monday, Labor Day.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
McLcod, for plcasantcst auto rids.
Strnuch offers a six-room houso for
salo nt n reduced prlco of $600. Sea
Mrs. C. W. Oaso Dcerlng looked very
pretty nt the garden fcto In a blue
Mrs. .1. O. Young nnd family were
among tho passengers that enmu In
today In tho Mauim Kca.
Jno. W. Cathcart, tho County Attor
ney, returned today In tho Manna Kca.
Mrs. Cathcart was with htm.
Surveyor S. XI. Knnakanul ot the
Territorial Survey office, returned to
day. Ho was accompanied by Mrs. Ka
nnkanul nnd child.
In u written decision, Judga Lindsay
yesterday decided that tho Holt llfu
Estnto must be sold, this being neccs
Bary under tho law.
Allegrcttl's chocolate, creams by re
frigerator car from Chicago arc on
sale at Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Hotel nua Fort streets.
On Installments of )3 per month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sewing machine Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12C6 Fort St. Phone 488.
Nicely furnished rooms with board
may bo had by applying to Mrs. Wm.
T. Paty, 1C41 Anapunl street. See
To Let ndb.
George II. Paris Is tho senior mem
ber ot tho firm of Paris & Houtz, ma
chinery sales agents nnd constructing
engineers ot Log Angeles.
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents
Halnler beer Is tho samo thnt you
drank In tho States, tho beer you aro
Hccuxtomcd to, und you will find It
standard always, wherever you drink
John T. Molr, manager ot Ononica
plantation, arrived today from Hawaii.
Ho will lenvo for Cuba via San Fran
cisco and New York, returning in De
Tho Territory will shortly bring suit
against Ewn Plantation for unpaid
taxes, those at present being tho sub
ject of nil appeal to thu Supremo
Court of tho United States.
Hnvo you seen tho now Tungsten
lamps In the windows of aunst-Eakin
Cigar Co. und tho Regal Shoo Store?
These lamps may be obtained from
tho Hnwallnn Electric Co., Ltd.
Mothers, you will soon huvo to look
around for school supplies for the lit
tle ones. Remember that Sachs Dry
Goods Co. can supply you with the
best In tho clothes lino at lowest
Miss Power Is In receipt of her fall
millinery und It Is being greatly ad
mired. Some of tho hats linve already
been worn at receptions anil hnvo at
tracted u great deal of favorable at
tention. Dr. J. II. Raymond, a posslblo can
didate for Senator on tho Democratic
ticket, was among the arrivals in the
Milium Kcu today. Ho nnd Supervisor
Frank Harvey held a gtuirt conference
on tho dock.
Models X nnd U of tho famous Stov-
cns-Duryeu touring cars hnvo Just ar
rived on tho Texan nnd are now ready
for Inspection at von Humm-Young
Co., agents. If you aro Interested in
uutos seo theso cars.
The partnership heretofore existing
uciwcen I). J. styno nnd .1. T. Stacker,
under the tlrm name of Tho Hawaii
Publicity Co., has been dissolved. Mr.
Styno will continue tho business under
the samo company name'.
Articles of Incorporation were yes
terday filed for tho now Honolulu Jap
anese Sal:o Brewing Company. The
corporation Is to havo a capital stock
of S30.OOO nnd this Is to ho divided In
to 1G.000 shares at $20 each.
Tho partnership heretofore existing
between D. J. Styno nnd J. T. Stacker,
under the firm namo of llnvall Pub
llclty Company has been dissolved.
Mr. Styne will continue tho business
under tho samo company name.
The Democratic County Committee
will meet this evening for tho purposo
of discussing candidates and campaign
matters In general. Tho protest rrom
the Ninth of the Fifth which was filed
lust Saturday, will also be taken up.
A reiiort received from tho Hawaii
an Agricultural Company plantation
announces thnt a quarter of an Inch
of rain fell there last Sunday, This
region has suffered considerably from
drought this season, though tho
drought wnH broken about two wcoks
ago by a rain.
In tho matter ot Hlglrl nnd Klku
Kancslgo, Indicted under tho Ed
munds Act. It was shown in Court yes
terday that It was an utter Impossibil
ity for the two to bo guilty of tho
crlmo charged, und both prosecution
unu iicicnso wcro agiccd that a direct
ed verdict bo given. Judgo Dolo there
fore directed tho Jury to acquit the
accused, nud tho two wero thoreforo
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
68 S. KINO ST. PHONE 025.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
WRIGHT AIRSHIP SPEEDY
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 4.
of four minutes and n quarter at the
' m i m .
ANOTHER RUEF SCANDAL
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept.
been Indicted for trying to bribe n Juror
SAN DIEGO, Calif., Sept. 4. The
pated In the Trans-Pacific Yacht Race,
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind Sept. 4.
meeting of the Legislature to deal with
m mi i m
MELtlOURNK. Aus., Sept. 4. Tho American Fleet has sailed, leav
ing tho battleship New Jersey to wait for tho mall.
G. A. R. MEET IN UTAH
TOLEDO, O., Sept. 4. Tho Orand Army ot tho Republic will hold
next year's national convention at Salt Lake City.
Japan, Sept. 4. Inouye,
BURROUGHS IN JUG
II. Burroughs, the young gentleman
from Virginia who was arrested on a
charge of vagrancy somu time ngo,
was this morning gathered In by tho
police, on tho same old charge. On tho
first occasion the case was continued
for sentenco for ten days, It being und
erstood that In tho meantime the
young man was to depart for other
climes. Hawaii, however, possessed
too many charms for him and ho lin
gered In spite of his peril. This morn
ing tho ten days were up, and as Bur
roughs did not graco the court room
with his prcBcnco, Judgo Andrnde ord
ered thnt ho bo apprehended and
placed In custody forthwith.
J. P. Cooko was n returning passen
ger from Maul today.
Capt. C. W. Otwcll returned from
his official trip to tho other islands.
Mrs. F. T. Wnterhoitsc and children
came back today from Hawaii, arriv
ing In the Manna Ken.
Cecil Brown and F. A. Schncfer, ad
ministrators or tho estate or the lato
August Drcler, this moiulng entered
a petition asking that they bo allowed
to pay tho widow n icnsonablc sum ot
money for maintenance ot "Uliilnnl,"
tho old home. In the petition, the ad
ministrators stnto that they have tha
sum of $2636.15 In cash on hnnd.
Tho costs In tho famous old I.owric
Baldwin suit wcro this morning tnxed
by Judge Do Bolt. Contrary to expec
tations gcnlcrally tho costs were very
small. By order of the Court, Wil
liam .1. Lowrle will havo to pay tho
sum of $81,20, which nre the proved
costs. Tha case was that or Iiwrlo
vs. II. P. Baldwin, ct nl., In an action
Federal Grand Jurors for the coming
term wcro drawn this morning as fol
lows: Ambrose Wlrtz, Frank B.
Cook, A. S. Lane, I. Rubinstein, Adolph
Gcrtz, Thomas F. McTIghc, A. K.
Jones. Ralph E. Balding. W. F. Dll
llngham, T. II. Kennedy, Clnrenco
Waterman, Alfred E. Horner, D. P. It.
Iseubcrg, B. F, Hcilbron, Harry Gray,
R. B. Wright, T. A. Romano.
High. J. E. Rocho, C. D, Wright, Clans
Blackstad, J. S. Low, Charles Danlchi.
v Charles Reilly,
CHAMPION LIGHTWEIGHT, vs.
CHAMPION LIGHTWEIGHT OF
TORPEDO BOAT PERRY
10 ROUNDS AT 133 LBS.
OF FORT SHAFTER, vs.
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 164.
Fort St., 0pp. W. 0. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Eto. SAFE MOVING A SF.
The Wright airship made n Tight
rate of 35 mites an hour.
4. -A.'RIake (not A. n. !,ako) 1ms
In tho interest ot Ruef.
yacht Lady Maud, that partici
has arrived here.
The Governor has called a special
ono of tho Elder Statesmen, Is crlt-
Carl On Tat, who was arrested on a
charge of violating tho Edmunds Act
a short time ago, was released this
morning by United Stoics Commis
sioner A. F. Judd, becauso tha chief
witness for the prosecution had a bad
falling of memory, and to each Im
portant question asked, would Intelli
gently answer "I don't remember."
R. K. Bonlnc, the moving picture
man, arrived today In the Mauna Kca.
Next week will seo lively purchases
Rt A .Blom's in ladles' waists nnd
ribbons. Sccln windows nnd note
An interesting lease was died this
morning with Registrar Mcrrlam.
llruco Cnrtwrlght, trustco of the es
tate of tho late Queen Emma Knlc-
lconnlanl, has leased forty-eight and
a fraction acres ot land nt Halawa,
Ewa, to tho Honolulu Plantation Com
pany, for a term of thirty-two years.
The annual rcntnl Is $900, payablo
half-yearly In sums of 3450.
Arrangements for tho Odd Fellows
entertainment of their brethren of tho
fleet tonight at Odd Fellows' Hall nre
complete. The entertainment Is an
nounced lo begin at 7:30 o'clock.
Three floors will bo used. Tho upper
flor will be used for dancing, the next
floor below will bo used for cards and
refreshments, und the floor below that
for children's entertainment. By Ad
miral Swinburne's orders, special leave
will bo granted all Odd Fellows In tho
fleet to attend the affair.
Temperatures C a. m., 73; 8 u. m.,
76; 10 a. in., 77; noon, 80; morning
Barometer, 8 a. m., 30.04; absoluto
humidity, 8 a. in., 6,468 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
07 per cent; View point, ! a. m., 64.
Wind 6 n. m., velocity C, direction
N. E.; 8 n. m., velocity Z, direction S.;
10 a. in., velocity 4, direction II; noon,
velocity 12, direction E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a,
in., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement durlnc 21
e,erihours ended nt noon, 176 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Bureau.
CHAMPION LIGHTWEIGHT OP
CHAMPION LIGHTWEIGHT OF
U. S. S. PENNSYLVANIA
8 ROUNDS AT 130 LBS.
OF THE U. S. S. PENNSYLVANIA
8 ROUNDS AT 140 LBS.
are better than one; and too good
eyes are better than two poor ones.
Let us make your eyes good by fitting
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, September 4.
SAN FRANCISCO A-rlvt I Sept. 3:
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, 4 i in., Iicncu
IN FOREIGN POUTS
Saturday, September 5.
BRISBANE Sailed Sept. 2:
S. S. Mnramn, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived So t. E;
S. S. Virginian, from Sallna Cruz.
AN FRANCISCO Sailed Sept. 5:
S. S, Alameda, for Honolulu, noon.
U. 8. A. T. Buford, for Honolulu,
HILO Sailed Sept. 4:
Schr. Minnie A. Calnc, for Sound.
THE MAUNA KEA arrived from
Hllo nnd way ports nt 8 o'clock this
morning. She brought a very largo
list ot passengers, numbering 172.
Among them are school children, com
ing back to their schools, which open
next week. John T. Molr, manager o(
Onomcn plantation, was nmong tho ar
rivals. Ho goes to Cuba on n three
months' leavo ot absence. He wilt
probably return with John Watt of
Olaa.' Tho following cargo wai
brought by tho Maunn Kca: 1 loco
motive boiler, 1 horso, 2 boxes pigs, 3
bags coin, 3 mules, 4 crates chickens,
7 bags awn, 7 bags taro, 11 empty bar
rels, 12 bags cocoa, 14 crates celery,
16 packages vegetables, 18 bundles
hides, 19 bags cabbages, 18 pes. Jap.
oars, 22 barrels empty bottles, 2S
empty kegs, 100 cases pineapples, 101
ohla ties, 247 sheep, 225 packages sun
THE MAUNA KEA, which arrived
this morning from Hllo, sailed again
nt 3 o'clock this afternoon, carrying
the special excursionists to Hllo,
where Labor Day will bo observed.
THE LITTLE steamer Noeau came
In this morning nt 6:15 o'clock from
Konn ports. Her cargo consisted of
3520 bags sugar, 35 lid cattle, 28 pieces
machinery, 20 packages sundries. Pur
ser Logan rcKirts 5900 bags ot sugar
awaiting shipment nt Hnnoknn.
THE STEAMER Llkcllko arrived
this morning from Punuhau, bringing
6400 bags of sugar, 400 empty wine
barrels, 14 empty carboys, 19 empty
gas drums and 1 roller.
In the matter of F. J. Iiwrcy ct nl
vs. the Territory in tho oppcul from
tho clerk ro taxation of costs, tho Su
prcmo Court this morning handed
down a decision deciding that tha rul
Ing of the clerk should bo reversed
and tho amount of J102.50 in tho de
fendants' bill of costs be disallowed.
Tho syllabus of tho case is as fol
Costs. Tho United States Supremo
Court having ruvcrsed with costs tho
judgment of this cuurt sustaining de
fendant's demurrer, nnd Having re-
mnnded tho cause, tho defendant, who
Anally prevailed, cannot tux against
plaintiffs tho costs which It paid pur
suant to the mandate of tho nppellnto
HOME RULE SLATE
HILO, Hawaii, Sept. 3. At a sc
crct Bcsslun ot lenders ot the Homo
Rule party, the following candidates
have been selected to represent tho
party nt tho November election:
For Territorial Senator: W. M. Ka-
nlho nnd David Raker.
For Supervisor, South Hllo: W. A.
For Sheriff: W. M. Kcolanul.
For Treasurer: T. K. Lalakea.
For County Clerk: Wm. Edmonds,
Candidates for the House ot Rep
resentatives have not yet been de
termined. There will probably not
bo any nomlnution for Auditor, tho
Homo Rulo vote going to Mngulre.
Tho North Hllo Supcrvlsorshlp Is
still vacant, us Is tho offlco of Conn
ty Attorney, for thero Is reported to
bo fcomo opposition to tho rcnnmlnu
tlon of Charles Williams, though
this mny bo ovcrcotno nftor tho Coun
ty Attorney returns to Hllo this aft
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
uunetin aivei a complete lummirv of
tne new of th day.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll havalit ready
in no time, and the nrice inil be so
low that you will wonder how we oan
do it. We've done it, however; so
Charles D Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
a-m. n. h-m.
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p-m. I I
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First quarter of the moon Sept. 3.
Hawaiian standard time la lu huura
to minutes slower than Greenwich
tlmo, being that ot tho meridian of 157
legrees 30 minutes The time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is the same
as Greenwich, o hourc 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo lor the
i - r.
Saturday, September C.
Stmr. Mnuna Ken, from Hllo nud
way ports, 7:40 n. m.
Stmr. Llkcllkc, Naopala, from I'aati
hau, a. in.
Stmr. Kocnti, Mitchell, from Konn
6:15 a. m.
Friday, September 4.
Stmr Klnau, Gregory, for Kauai
ports, 5 p. m.
T. K. K. S. S. Hongkong Mnru. Fll-
mcr, for tho Orient, 10 p. in.
Stmr. Claudlnc, for Lnhalna nnd
Hllo, 5 p. in.
U. S. A. T. Thomas, for San Fran
cisco, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Mauna Kca. for Hllo
Volcnno excursion), 3 p. m.
Per Stmr. Mnuna Kca, from Hllo
und way ports, Sept. 5. II. Ilond. 11.
Hind, V. Hind, Mrs. M. Taylor. Miss
L. Tulloch, Miss M. Tulloch, Miss V.
Austin, Mrs,. E. Oldlng, Master II.
Oldlng, Miss M. Perry. F. II. llurcli,-
Jno. Unll, D. I). Maconachlc, Mrs. J.
Guild, A. Guild. Miss A. Guild, Muster
H. Guild, Ur. W. James, Mrs. U. Walt,
Mlse M. Watt. Mnstcr Jno. Wntt. Jno.
Nnlwl, Choy Gin, U. Hussey, Master F.
WaterhmiBe, Miss K. Waterhousc, Mrs.
V. T. Wnterhouso, Miss V. Rlckard,
Miss G. Rlckard, Miss Whltford, Miss
L. Cameron, Miss A. Lennox, Mrs. J.
O. Young. Master A. Young. Master
D. Young, Miss C. Young. A. II. Llnd-
poy, J. Cathcart, Mrs. J. Cathcart, Mas
ter A. Long, Jno. 8. Rlckard. W. Vro-
denberg, Miss M. Vrcdcnbcrg, Master
E. Vredcnberg, Miss E. Long. Rev. II.
S. Kim, Miss M. Williams. Miss II. K.
Notley. Miss F. Chescbro, T. A. llacm
lsh, W. Waggoner, Miss M. Nnopnln,
ll. voir iioit, Mrs. II. Chong. nnd In
fant, Miss Ho Sing. Mrs. Hoolcla. Mrs.
J. Koliaawlnul nnd Infant. D. O. Clark.
Geo. R. Ewart, J. P. Cooke, E. Unttole,
Dr. J. H. Raymond, W. Lougher. .Mrs.
W. I,oughor, Miss M. Taylor, W. Han
sen. A. Taylor, D. R. Miirdock. Mrs.
Murdock, Mnster W. Miirdock, Master
L. Murdock, Miss I). Euglo. W. Von
St-ERcn, Dr. V. C. Hclscr. F. W. Pease,
E. Lnngcr, Ah Ylck, Miss A. Glbb,
Master S. Hlnch, J. A. MacLoan, Dr.
R. W. Anderson, Mies M. E. lnglls,
Miss A. McFarlane. Mrs. F. McFar
lane, Mrs. H. R. McFarlano Jr., F. Sll
vesta. Miss J, E. Johnson, Miss E. Mil
ler, Mrs. D. O. ilay. Miss Sprlnks, F.
W. Williams, II. West, S. II. Juklns.
Joe Alnna, MIbh G. Jnklns. Miss A.
Low, Capt. C. W. Otwcll, R. K. Ilonlno,
Geo. Wlllfong, W. Desha, Jack Guard,
II. Lucas, II. Shlpman, Mrs. Thos.
Cook nnd child. Mnstcr K. Cook, Mian
L. Cook nnd maid. Master 8. Matsu,
MIhs M. Tllcombo, Miss V. Knmaloplll,
Miss A. Sjlvn, Miss A. Miiudon, Miss
Nnmahoe, E. llcllbush, Master II.
Hollbush, 8. Lalakea, J. T. Leach. Joa
Irwin, R. Ross, F. L. Webster. C. M.
L. Watson, M. M. Graham, Miss K.
Mclntyro, MIxb Lyons, Dr. Sinclair,
Mrs. Sinclair, Miss Sinclair, Jastcr J
Molr, Mnster O. Molr, Jno. T. Molr,
Miss F. Molr. Miss L. Molr, Mlis R.
Macy, C. O. Smith, Miss C. Shlpmnii,
Miss M. Thurston. Miss Slilpmnu, D.
F. Thrum, Mrs. Thrum, Miss Thrum,
8. M. Kannkunul, Mrs. Knnakanul,
Master Kanakanul nnd servant, Mrs.
M. S. Canarlo, Miss T. Duckcr. Miss
Maby. Miss M. Johnston, MUs A. Alio
oim, H. E. llcasely. Mnnueln, Muster
R. Kong Tong, A. M. lloylc, MUa E.
Glbbs, E. Glbbs, Miss L. Sharrat, Miss
A. Dond, Miss M. Hind, Miss D. Tay
lor, I). Knmaloplll, A. W. Low, Master
W. Parish. Ah 8uo, J. F. Sllva. Mas
ter J. F. Sllva, O. H. Sweczcy, Master
G. II. Dunn, J. P. Cook's servants (2)..
Per stmr. Llkuliko. Naopala. from
Pnnuhau, Sept. 5. Miss E. Lldgatc,
Miss D. Lldgato, W. Lldgate, R. E.
Per stmr. Noeau, from Kona. Sept.
&. J. Midler, Mrs. Mullcr, J. Kulins.
Per stmr. Claudlnc, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, Sept 4, (i p. m. Akaiin
Llilll, Dr. Henry Hayes, J. F. C. Abel,
Mrs. A. T. Andrews, Mrs, Clara Alas
scr, Mrs. David Kuanonl, Miss Ada
Mutch, Leo Kciiloy, A. Loulsson, Hov.
E. II. Turner nnd wire, C. Waggon,
E. C. Wilcox, E. P. Chopin. A. A. Wll
son. Mrs. W. T. Doll. Mrs. U. S. Nlcoll,
A. R. Gurroy, A. Hnneocrg. 8lster Hid.
onn. Julia Loo, Mary Lee, Miss Ado-
lame ward and rrlend, R. A. Wads
worth, Chas. Maske, James Fautom
and wife. Miss Elizabeth Tine nmi
child. Moses Kauhlmahil, C. McLaugh
lin, u. u.-jsenng, urothor Frank.
Por T. K. K. 8. 8. Hongkong Mnru,
for Yokohama, Sept. 4. Miss Grace
Robortsoii, Miss H.audcrBon, Miss D.
Hartwoll ,Chas. Coy.
Tho Admiral, n huge Alaskan hlnclc
bear, recognized nnd greeted J. Aid
ing Lorlng, former keeper of the
Bronx Pari: zoo In New York, who
fed the bear on a bottle when It was
a cub, after Lorlng had been away
Kins near Alapal
uoin tno zoo for live years.
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