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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, SEPT. 8, 1908.
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Honolulu Chapter Royal
Honolulu Comm.indery Reg
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 2
All visiting members cfjCtho
Onlor nro coidlnlly Invited to
nttcud meetings of loctl lodges
HAHMONY L0D0E, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. 7.
Moets eery Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. V. Hall, Fort Street.
12. 11. HKXDRV, Secretary.
HEN. 1'. V1CIU2RS, N. 0.
All lttltins brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No-. 2, K. OF P.
Mots every 2d nntl 4 th Tuesday
of each month nt 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hull, corner Tort nnd Horctanla Sts.
Visiting Hrothors cotdl.tlly welcome
W. L. LYLI2, C. C,
K. WALUUON, K. of It. &. S.
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets cvory llrst nnd third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Port nnd Dcretnnl.i. Visiting
brothers cordially halted to attend.
A. O DI2121UXG, C.C.,
.IAS. W. WHITE, K.tl.S.
HONOLULU LODGE G16, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, D. P. O.
11, will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street eciy Friday even
Ins. Hy order or tho 12. U.:
HENRY C. 12ASTON,
WM. H. McINERNY, 12. R.
Wm. M'KIHLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meet ovciy Saturday conng at
7:S0 o'clock' In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Port nnd Jlerctauln. VJsItlng broth
ers cordially invited to attend.
V. I. PRAZI2E, C C,
E. A. JACOUSON, K.U.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th Y12D
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7: SO o'clock In IC. of P. Hall, corner
Beret an la nnd Tort streets.
Vliltlng I2nglcs nro Invited to nt
tend. W. L. PRAZ12I2, W Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of oach month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothors cor
dially Invited to nttnnil.
A. II. ARLEU1H, Sachem.
A. E. MPRPHY, C. of R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAMOTO, Manager.
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST. TEL. 471.
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F. . Naami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
giaphing. MOTEL ST. bet. Nuuaim & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE riNEST CUTLETS
Tnmales, Enchiladas, Sparc Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Wavcrley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jo' Vig A Specialty.
Dealers in W. "'apcr. Paints, Oils,,
etc. f 0 )'ox 8i4. 221 Ho. King
Et., op. fi?o. Park. V! B. Kara, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done hy the
F R.E N C H LAUNDRY
wift their new FRENCH
2ST Berctnnia St. . Phone 1491,
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.
When you get
us to make
Our $95. gnits
GEO. A. MARTIN,
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
is the ,
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
EDGEWORTH 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 nnd Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. King & Alakea. Phone 411.
LOCAL 1ND GENERAL
If what you want is not advertised
advertise for it, in the Bulletin Want
Thnrlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Second hand buggy Is for sale. Sco
ad this issue.
Second hand phonograph Is wanted.
Seo ad, this Issue.
Mrs. Kcnrns' fresh chutney Is now
25c. nt all grocery stores.
Paradlso of Pacific Fleet number
for Sale at all newsstands.
Honk I Honk) Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
McLcod, for plcasantest auto ride.
Ms(lc IxJdge, No. 2, K. of P., will
meet In K. of P. Hall at 7:30 this
I)i op In nt tho Woman's Exchange
for curios, coconnut heads, etc. Hotel
Juilgo nnd Mrs. 8. R. Dolo enter
tained nt luncheon estcrday In honor
of Admiral Swinburne.
Tho Alow a Improvement Club will
have n meeting tonight on the prop
erty for tho election of officers.
Tho Chamber of Commerce will
hold a regular monthly meeting to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
"Klondike" Drown has bought tho
old Hccla sugar mill for scrap iron.
Tho metal weighs about 100 tons.
There will bo another salo of Tan
talus lols shortly. The proceeds will
be dooted to tho construction of now
A public reception for Mr. anil Mrs.
Ebcrsolo will be held on Thursday
evening lu tho pnrlors of Central
Allcgrctti's chocolate creams by re
frigerator car from Chicago nro on
snlo nt llvnsou, Smith & Co, Ltd.,
Hotel nnd Fort streets.
Gentleman having n modern furn
ished cottngo one block from King
ctrcot car line, desires to rent imo or
two rooms. See ad this Issuo.
On Installments of S3 per month you
can purchase a Wlilto Family Rotary
sowing mnchlno. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, I2CG Fort St. Phono 4S8.
Hawaiian News Co. In Young Hldg.
is selling it good quality of writing
paper for 50c tho quarter ream. It Is
extra quality and worth looking up.
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for flvo
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Only ono thing keeps tho Owl cigar1
the largest seller In the world and
that Is Its superb quality. Tho Owl
Is sold overywhcio. M. A. Ounst &
Remarkable bargains in ladles'
waists and ribbons nt A. lllom's this
week. It Is an opportunity to stock
up with ribbons for school girls. Seo
If J on haven't mndo n will, call at
Hawaiian Trust Co. and learn how
jou may bavo It ilinwn up In proper
legal manner frco of charge. This is
addressed particularly to people of
Thero will bo n meeting of tho Alo
wa Heights Improvement Club this
evening nt 7:30 In ono of tho cottages
on the tract. It Is Important that all
members bu present, ns officers for
tho coming joar uro to bo elected.
F K. Maklno wishes It understood
that ho Is not tho Maklno icferred to
In tho testimony given In tho Iankcn-
Isol cai'o before tho Hoard of Super
visors. Ho states that tho Maklno of
tho testimony works for Frank Httr
A small blazo In n room on Ucrctanla
sticet near River, belonging to a .lap
nnese, named Okubo, called out tho
11 ro engines this roronoon a little ur
tcr 11 o'clock. Tho flro was oxtln.
gulshed without trouble nnd very lit'
tlo damage was done.
Tho members of tho Fleet Enter
tainment Commltlco have been pest
ered with requests for Invitations to
tho ball to bo glen this evening nt
tho Mo.ina hotel In honor of tho Fleet
officers. This ball Is not tho event
given under tho nusplccs of tho com
mlttee. It Is given by tho Moana
hotel. Tho Fleet Committee ball is to
bo given when tho Fleet rotums from
Tho after-vacation session of tho
Womnn's Hoard of Missions will bo
held lu Central Union church this nf
tcrnoon nt 2:30 o'clock. Ono number
of tho program will bo "Vacation
Notes," with a letter from Mrs. Hydo.
Tho leading topic, "Education Mis
sions," In charge of Mrs. Paul Super,
Sorcu Hunnestad.Icft lu tho I Illon-
ian todny to enter Ynlo. Othor Pulia
tion graduates In go thero this year
are: I.urhing Yll Tan Lou and Aloy
Hnong. John It. Desha has gono to
Harvard. Lewis Renton, Htnnwnod
Dodge, and Charles 8. Davis havo en
tered Cornell. Stanley Kennedy Is tho
rcpicscntatlvo at Stanford, Frank
Stnck at California nnd Ho Tong nt
CUTS RATES ON
For the next 10 days I will make a
special rate on Tansan Water in lots
of 5 or more cases. Put in a supply
now, and don't forget that "Tansan
Don't Pay." H. Rosenbere. Dealer
in Tansan Water.
Hrynn declares ho expects Repub
lican votes nnd that ho Is Roosevelt's
heir In reform business,
A Most Excellent Assortment ot
W. W. Ahana Co.,
69 S. KING ST. PHONE P25.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
flOMPERS AND BRYAN
CHICAGO, 111,, Sept. 7. Hrynn and OompcrB addressed thousands of
labor men In this city this evening.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept.
Neumann state that, before leaving
ous state over business matters. Hor
NEW YORK, N. Y., 8cpt. 7. At
evening the police captured several
the police quelled.
CRANK AT OYSTER BAY
OYSTER HAY, L. I., Sept. 7.
grounds of the President's mansion
TAFT AT TOMB
ANDUSKY, Ohio, 8cpt. 7. Wm.
cd tho tomb of former President Hayes.
GENEVA, Sept. 7. Senator Knox
wreck today, but camo out ot It uninjured.
FAMINE THREATENS CHINA
PEKING, China, Sept. 7. Famine
tho rlco fields.
MICHIGAN FOREST FIRES
DULUTH, Mich., Sopt. 7. Forest fires nro reviving and many towns
nro threatened. , ,
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, FUNERAL OF SACKVDLLE-WEST
BHVHN OAKS,- Eng 8cpt. 7. Lord Sackvlllc-Wcst was quietly bur
lqd)ho,rc today. , .,,,, , . , , ,
HOME RULERS AND LABORtTES
(Continued from Pce D
stick ami work together. When Sec
retary Garfield, who was hero some
tlmo ago nsked mo why I remained a
Homo Rulor, I told him bcc.iuso it wus
tho party of tho poor people. Ho
ibook hnnds with mo and congratulat
ed mc. I told him that if ho could usu
bis Influence ns a Republican towards
making Hawaii n State, I and all tho
rest ot tho Home Rulers would become
Republicans. Many other primdncnt
people from tho States nlso expressed
themselves heartily In nccord with tho
spirit of tho Homo Rulers.
"Tho fishery rights should bo nought
mi tnnt every poor Hawaiian may have
privilege tu, go nud fish freely.
"Tho Homo Rulers havo pioven
tlfemselvcstcapablo of holding office
Tho Hnmo Rulo members of tho
Hoard of Supervisors of Hawaii havo
built gooil roads. Tho lunus, who uro
known to bo Incompetent, hnvo been
supplanted by tho Homo Rulers, who
nie doing good work. It Is true that
the county Is In debt, but it is n just
debt. It Is nevertheless getting out
of It now. ,
"The newspapers nro criticizing tho
action of tho Homo Rule Hoard nf
Suiorvlsors of Hawaii, becauso tho
Republican limns havo been fired. Tho
same thing Is being dono hero by tho
party In power, namely tho Republican
party; but nothing Is said about It by
the papers. Somo nf those who at
tended tho Homo Rulo meetings hnvo
been given walking tickets and still
there Is no comment madu In tho news
papers. "Tho bringing of tho European Im
migrants into tho, country is not good
nor Is It beneficial to tho local people.
There aio enough lnboreis In tho
country, but tho planters do not em
ploy them Should theso Immigrants
over get hero n't all, tho Hawalians and
their children and their children's
children will havo a very slim show
so far as tho local affairs aro con
"Tho Advertiser reported that 20,
000 men will bo stationed at tho local
ports. Tills will mean that many me
chanics will como along nnd In a fow
oars they will bocomo votors."
Nolley nlso includod In his speech
tho Hawaiian langungo clause and tho
land law ns It stands today, Intimat
ing that a certain Hawaiian bill was
turned down by tho Governor when It
petitionee! for wnsto land.
W P AchI was next Introduced ns
tho drafter of tho Municipal ac(. Ills
speech was similar to that which ho
mndo at a provlous mooting ut Aala
park. Ho stated that tho Labor party
In tho States today was being recog
nized by tho leaders ot tho Republican
and Democratic parties.
"Fellow cltlicns," said AchI, It is
tho duty of every man to look out for
himself nnd his family. Tho tlmo has
como when overy worklngmnn In tho
country today should stand up and op
poso tho assisted Immigration of Euro
pean immigrants. If thoy como hero
at their own cxponso It Is a different
matter, hut when tho planters assist
them In coming hcio tho planters nro
directly violating tho immigration act,
which prohibits assisted Immigration.
Tho country tOdny Ib full of ablo-
bodied men. Thoy nro good mechan
ics nnd yet tho planters do not want
them. For tho sako of our children
wo ought to block tho coming of theso
"Our Delegate to Congross Is nl
lowing himself to bo guided by tho
planters, who nro but u small portion
of tho community. Ho wns elected
Inrgoly by tho voto of tho Hawalians,
and yet ho has dono nothing for them.
Tho immigration proposition is not
contained In tho Republican platform
and yet when bo arrived at Washing
ton, the planters cried nud ho gavo
Ibem what they asked for. If tho Ha
walians cry for anything ho maken ex
cuses and does not do anything at all."
AchI was followed by J. M. Poopoo,
who advised tho ciowd to voto for Not
Icy for Delegate and AchI for Mayor.
They were enthusiastically re
7. Friends of the late Mrs. Paul
Acnpulco, she vviibiIii a highly nerv
mind tuny have given way under
IN NEW YORK
a meeting of tho unemplojcd this
anarchists. A riot ensued, which
An, armed crank was srrcstcd on tho
1I. Tnft was hero today and vIbU-
IN AUTO WRECK
and family were In an
Is threatened by tho flooding of
SHINGLE DECIDES TO RUN
(Continued from Pise 1)
Louis Alumni wcro trlng to run ov
er; thing, uro backing Fahatt for this
very reason, nnd ho nnd Jnrrett to
gether might bo nblo to swing tho
votes of the nliimul of both theso In
stitutions of learning.
Already eighteen delegates to tho
Democratic Territorial convention
hnvo arrived from tho other Islands,
mainly Hawaii, and a largo number
nro expected fiom Knual and Maul bo
fore tho date ot tho convention, which
is next Thursday, lu spito ot tho
proximity of this event thero seem to
be very few candidates for tho legis
lative ticket among tho Democrats,
and tho lenders say that it Is Impos
sible to say who will bo chosen by
the convention, as thero hnvo been
no slates prepared.
Tho primary i etui lis from tho no
publican precinct clubs In tho outsldo
districts of this Island nro coming In
very slowly. This morning tho fol
lowing icturns were received:
Territorial M. K. Lclco.
County 8. Kiln, 2fi; 8. Mapu, 29:.
F. Mcjer, 15,
Defeated J. K, Kupau, 19; Jus.
Mundon, 12; J. M. Perry, 11: J. K.
Territorial Noah Mnhl, E. II. Mlka
loml, Geo. C. Ross.
Territorial E. Horc.
, V,Ulllll, 1, 14. tl'A. y, , ,,jt, u,f,v
r. ...... A i- r-nv r n f- l.a.
cph Dl'is, 11. It. Grant, J. K. Knncpua,
Chns. Knkea, J. C. Kualll, Rucl Kin
noy, Manuel Souzn.
MRS. COUNTER FUNERAL
Tho funeral services of tho Into Mrs.
M. R. Counter were held nt :i o'cloc'c
estcnlny afternoon from tho homo
on Klnau street. She wus well known
In tho city and had many friends who
mourn their lass. A quartet,
tinder tho direction of Dr. Wall, sang
at tho services, which wore conducted
by Dr. D. Scuddor. Mrs. Counter camo
here 12 years ugo fiom Canada with
Tho pall bearers wero Messrs. Pat
ten, Wulhurn, Dr, Ilodglns, Chambers
nud several others.
NO UNCERTAINTY A8 TO WHAT
DIVIDENDS SHALL BE.
The Pacific Mutual Life Int. Co.,
with assets of over $14400,000, and a
surplus of over 91,300,000, Is now leau
Ing a Guaranteed Investment Contract,
with Guaranteed Annual EarnlnQi
added, on payment of second and tub
sequent deposits. In case of Perma
nent Disability the contract will ma
ture and be paid during life.
It will pay you to Investigate before
taking out Life Insurance.
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUBT CO,
NEUMANN At sen, Ellso 8. V. Neu
mann, wlfo of tho Into Paul Neu
mann, and donrly beloved mother
of Mrs. A. Fowler, Mrs. Ynoz Hu6
son, Mrs. H. Focko. Paul . .cunianu,
Mrs. McDonald Dird, and tho Into
Edward Neumann, and sister of II.
.Dlnklage. ... ... - , f
aro better than one; and too good
eyes are better than two poor ones'.
Let us make your eyes good by fitting
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Full moon Sept. 10th nt 2 n. m.
Hawaiian standard tlmo i in imnr.
JO minutes tlowor than Greenwich
tlmo, being that of thi meridian of 157
ICCreeS 20 mlnutna Thn llm ahlll
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is tho same
u ureanwicn, v nourr. o minutes. Bun
and moon are for local tlmo for vbe
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday. Sentemhr 7.
SEATTLE Arrived, Sept. fi:
u. a. a. t. Dlx, henco Aug. 20.
AHUKINI Soiled Sept. 4;
actir. Alice McDonald, for tho Sound.
TENYO MARU ON TIME.
Early this forenoon, Hnckfuld &
Co. received n wireless messngo limn
Cnptnln Going of tho Tonya Mam.
stating that ho would arrive hero ut
l o clock. Shortly after tho noon
hour bIio was sighted coming fiom
tho Orient. Sho leaves this afternoon
for San Francisco.
HOAT8 FROM tho Jnnnnesn n.-iin.
ing ship Tnlsci Marti this moinliig
nail n sailing practice on thu hnv
They showed that they wcro fast
enough, though tho two Icgo'-mutton
(.nils thoy enrried could not bo trim-
meat neatly enough to glvo them it
very rnklsh appearance. Soinu com.
ment nnd curiosity is now being
caused on tho waterfront nlso by tho
iiso of a sampan in conveying persons
irom mo snore to tins .innancsu train
Ing ship. Two big oarsmen stand nt
tho stern of tho sampan and send it
through tho wntcr by their combined
efforts nt n grcnt rato. It is an un
usual sight, for tho men of tho Fleet
THE MAUNA LOA arrived from Ko
no this morning with tho following
nrgo: K712 bags sugar, 298 bags cor
fee. 139 bags seed enne. 80 bags bonus,
25 bags taro, 3 bugs ginger, 2 barrels
pears. II cases pears. 34 cases dried
fish, G barrels dried fish, 100 bunches
bananas, 2 boxes eggs. 16 pieces koa
lumber, 101 bundles hides, 11 kegs but
ter, lfi crates chickens, 2 crates pigs,
2 crates turkeys, 1 mule, 28 hogs, 230
THE HILONIAN of Iho Mntson
Navigation Co., Balled for San Fran
cisco this morning nt 10 o'clock with
n goodly number of passengers. Her
cargo consisted of fresh nnd ennned
pineapples, bananas and ICOO tons of
sugar. Thu band wns in attendance,
THIS AFTERNOON nt E o'clock
tho steamers W. O. Hnll nnd Ko Au
Hon Icavo for Knual ports. Tho for
mor carries passengers nnd freight,
wniio the laltor simply takes freight,
They will return on Sunday.
PURSER FRIEL of tho Mnunn Loa
reports the following sugar ready for
shipment on Hawaii: llnnokna, 9500:
Pnnnhuii, 1688; Paaullo. 21,000; Ku-
Knlou, 1900; Honuapo, 2751; Punaluii,
THE STEAMER Heleno set sail nt
noon today for Mahukona nnd Knwnl
hae. She took freight for Hawaii and
will return with a load of 11 vo stock
from Parker ranch.
AT 12 O'CLOCK todny tho Mnunn
Ken, which arrived only this morn
ing, sailed for Hllo again, making her
regular run. Her passenger list was
rather small. ,
THE LITTLE stenmer Nocnu sails
this afternoon for Hnnokua. Sho will
return with n cargo of sugar which Is
awaiting shipment on Hawaii.
NEPTUNE WILL INVADE
old Neptune before There will be n
rousing time, nil right, nnd the now
men nro wise, onough to anticipate
it. Hlmvcn polls retain less of Nep
tune s Blinving inthor; henco tho
fctubbly locks observable on many
heads. A Neptuno party will
''board" each vessel In tho squadron.
The torpedoors nro In for nnother
tlmo of It, Theso nnrrow craft aro
not tho most pleasant Imaginable nt
sea. In fact. It Is said to bo tho hab
it on them, when there Is anything
llko a seaway on, to servo meals on
tho buffet plan that Is, overyono
stands up to It, nnd holds on to the
nearest fixed object all of the tlmo,
It Is not possible for nny hut tho most
senworthy to sleop In "roily" weath
er, and most hospital certificates for
chronic seasickness might bo Imag
ined as bred on theso racy boats.
Supplies aro still being delivered
on bonrd tyday. It Is also washday
on tho flagship, which Is covered
with Irish pennants.
Last shore leave. Is being enjoyed
today. Thn patrol continues somo
vory eiiiciont work, and tho town Is
Tiiosdnv. September 8.
Stmr. Mnunn Koa. Freeman, from
Hllo, 6:30 n. m.
Stmr. W. Q. Hall, Thompson, for
Knual ports. 5 p. m.
stmr. Nocau, for Honokaa and ,wu-
kulliaclc, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Ko Au Hon, for Knual ports, t
Stmr. Mlknhaln. Tullctt, for Molokal
and Mnut ports, 5 p. m.
Per stmr. Mnunn Ken. Freeman, for
Mnul and Hawaii ports. Sept. 8. II. F.
Wlllhms, Wm. Williams, H. Focko
nnd party, Miss Golden, Mrs. J. II.
Bopor. Miss Mist, Mrs. 11. W.- Mist.
Rev. It. P. Jtuld, R. E. Mist, Mrs. L.
K. Simpson, Mrs. A. M. Pal, E. Hamer,
A. Ahrons, Miss Illake. Ilnttio A.
Luwls, Mrs. C.'M. Lovsted, Mrs. E. C.
IJonil, W. G. Scott, M. Anncs, D. II.
Smith nnd wife, Mrs. A. R. Askew,
Mrs. J. J. I lamer, Sam Mooklnl. II.
Tsuriishliiin, G. N. Smith nnd wife,
Miss E. II. Hlckncll, Miss I. Glrvin,
Jcnnlu Steward, Mrs. 1Cspsle, Mrs.
Brocken, A. Edwards, A. Lcspsle, Row
D. W. K. White, Herman Ludwlg, W.
Hennlng, wlfo nnd child, Florence Iln,
Mies Knohl, Dr. D. O. Elliott, W. P.
McDougall, W. W. McDougnl, Capt.
Humphrey, Miss Elttott, Miss Eaton,
Mrs. D. L. Desha, Miss Eliza Desha,
Steven Desha, P. P. C!cR?iorn, C. n.
Hnll, Miss M. Pnvnc. L. E. Mahlum,
It. Lowers, H. F. Decker, Mrs. T. Mc
Lenn and 2 children, Miss Stcrrcth,
Miss Munroo, It. do F. Splnnln, Han
nah Keanu, Lucy Knuknu nnd child,
Mrs. Mnry K. Duncan, F. L. Gibson
nnd wlfo, J. F, Sllvn, Henry Apn, Mrs.
E. G. Sllvn p.ud 4 children, Miss Roslo
Olonn, G. Chalmers, E. Knmokii, Oza
wn, Mrs. llillil nnd servant, Mrs. Jniucs
Cample, Miss D. Ncal.
Per S. .8. Hllonla.li, for 8nti Fran
cisco, Sept. 8. Miss E. A. Perkins,
Miss Esther Haven, Miss E. Wilcox,
Miss M. Wilcox, Mrs. J. W. Hergstrom
nnd 2 children, Mrs. A. II. Rlco, Mrs.
12. C. Shrewsbury, John T. Molr, Al
fred Edwards, T. S. Kny. Mrs. V. E.
Conkllng nnd child. Miss T. Hydo, Miss
O. Hyde, Miss Emily Rice, W. A. Kin
ney, W. E. Helllnn, Fill no Sllvestre,
Chas. 12111s, Madame Arrnl, II. Hassctt,
8. D. Stoddard. John H. Flshor, Mrs.
J. II. Fisher, Mrs. I2d. Cameron and 2
children, 8. W. Parker, nnd pnrty, Geo,
uoiinins, enns. unmmon, Ernest Aus
tin, Mnrlo Rcpruuvcs, E. T. Conant,
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