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J3VBN1N0 nVrt,I,BTIN, HONOLULU, T. It., THURSDAY, SBPT. 10, 1008
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Honolulu Chapter Royal
Honolulu Commaritlery Reg
Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 2
All visiting mcmlifrs of tho
Ordar nre cordially invited to
! ottcnO meetings (it local lodges
HABMONY L0D0E, No. 3, I. 0. 0. P.
Mectd evory Monday evening nt
7:30 in 1. O. O F Hall. Fort Street.
E n HDNDIIY. Secrotsry.
UN r. vickeiis, N. a.
All visiting brothers very cordially
KYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
it seta overy 2d niul 4 th Tuesday
of each month at 7-30 p. in. at 1C. P,
Hall, corner Kort and Uotetanla SU.
Visiting Brothers cordially welcome
w. l lyli:, C O.,
5'. WALDKON, K. of n. & s.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1. K. of P.
Moots erory llrat and third Fri
day evening at 7.30 In K. of I, Hall,
orner Kort and Ileret.nnla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O DEintlNO, C C,
JAS. W. WHITC, K.I1.3.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CI 6, IJ. P. O.
K., will meet' in their hall on King
nr Kort Street every Friday oren
Ing. lly order of the C. It.:
IIUNllY C. KASTOX,
VfM. H. MclNKUNY, K. It.
iTM, M'EINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, oor.
Tort find Hcretanla Visiting broth
cri cordially Invited to attend.
W. L FUAZRU. C C,
H A. JACOIISQX, K.It.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and -1th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
T:l0 o'clock In K. of P. llnll, corner
DcroUnla and Port streets.
Visiting Kagles are Invited to nt
toiJ. W. L. FKAZUK, Vv, Preat.
II. T. MOOIti:. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TMBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Mfleti) overy flint and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. it AHLKIQII, Sachem.
tL A. E MUIU'HY, C. of n.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Latest method of rmototrra-
K phic work.
IT HOTEL STBEET near NUUANU.
K. HAHAM0T0, Manager.
BUST AND Al ICE CREAM. PABL0B
Delicious Cakc3 and Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST. TEL. 471.
F. 6. Naami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nnuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamalcs, Enchiladas, Sparc Bibs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Waverloy Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers In W ?aper. Paints, Oils,
"Si0, V ? ,I-?9l1421?1irNo-Ktas,WEED0N,S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kara, rngr. ; Alakea Ut and Merchant.
EXCELLENT LAUNDBY WOBK
dope by the
with their new FBENOH
25? Beretania St. Phone 1401.
The das are fast draw
ing near when House
hold expenses increase.
and you will strike, an
economic chord and
bring Harmony home
Honolulu Gas Co.
. ,.- ATA171nTXir
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
You save I
When you set
us to make
Our $M. lult,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
The Only CUBIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
Choice FERNS, ROSES and
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
TEE FL0RD2ST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
EDGEWOATH 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-
nit anil TiVsiia sitV
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. King & Alakea, Phons 411,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
An CftSV. nlcasant unv In naif for
anything is by using a Bulletin
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Kent Krnnkllu cars. Stkydt biuis.
Mrs. Kearns' frosh chutney Is now
25c. at all grocery stores.
Parndlso of Pacific Fleet number
for snlo nt all newsstands.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
McLeod, for pleasantest auto ride.
Tlio regulnr meting of thu Chlncso
tliletlc Chili will be held tomorrow
at 7 3D p. m.
Furniture moving requires expert
men. exports cost no more than (ho
other kind, nt Union-Pacific Trnnsfor
Co., Phono 58.
A word to tho wise Is sufficient. Mr.
(Jnlnn'n seven Rented Peerless, 101
trips inotmil tho Island with n perfect
score. Phnnu 200.
The Fido Kindergarten and Chil
dren's Aid Association will meet lo
nioriuvv nt !l;30 n. m. In tho Y. V. C
A. moniH In (lie Boston Work,
On Installments of S3 iwr month you
enn purchase a Whlto Family Hotary
sewing machine Denny & Co, Ltd.,
agents, 12C0 Fort St. Phone 4S8.
Daisy Wagner has filed a suit for
dlt oi co ngnlnst Chris. Wagner, nlleg
Ing failure to provide, desertion, ami
numerous other charges.
Tho largest stock of school shoes In
the ell) Is to lie found nt Mttnufne
till ei s' Shoo Co. Correct sizes guar
anteed. See display In show windows.
Copies of the B n 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped reedy for mailing,
can be procured at tliis office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Llulles can do some very beautiful
work In pyrography at home. S'-tnipul
pieces all ready for limning mid ov
erj thing pertaining to this art now
lo be had nt Honolulu Photo-Supply
The Kauai delegation to Iho Terrl
loilal Democratic convention arrived
yesterday In tho Klnuii. Muny of them
wilt lelurn to their homes provided
their services wciu no longer leipiliud
T II. l.jons of Wnlluku, vvlin is nt
tending Die Tenltorlal Demucr.itlc
Convention, reimrted that County At
tornej Knlua will undoubtedly bo
elected lo sii'ceed himself. J. I..
Coke, it Democrat, does not euro to
Frank Hoyer, who for I ho last rev en
and n half 'years has been one of tho
trusted emplojes of tho lliipld Transit
engineer force. Is In change his occu
pation. Ho has accepted n position
with tho local ollleo of the Deal bom
l)i ug company ns an assistant In 13.
O. llrown, mnnnger. Mr. Ilojer Is
verj fuvoiably known thioughout tho
Islands, wlicio hu will probably travel
In connection with his broader sphcio
Addlllon.il Grand Jurors wcio drawn
mid hvvoiii In this morning lit Judgu
lloblnsou's court ioon They vveio
K. .1. Lord, John Kliluger and .1. II.
Scluiaek. A. F. Wall was excused for
tho time being, and A. I). astio
claimed exemption from tervlco on
the ground that hu was u member of
(Continued from Pace 1)
ncnulttnl in the Territorial court on
tho same dial go and covering thu
tamo period. This was contested on
the ground that an ricqulttul In n
Tenltorlal court Is not u bar to u
trial of the same charge of the same
ease us a Federal offense.
Judge Dole sustained the plea In
bar. In u written decision, n part of
which, coveting tho main features of
tho ease, follows:
Tho expression repented and em
phasized that u person tried for nn
offeuso In a tribunal deriving Its ju
ilsdictlon and authority fium the
United States and acquitted or con
victed cannot bo tried again for the
same offense In another tribunal .de
riving Its Jurisdiction and authority
from the United States, applies, so
far ns f can bee at tho present time,
directly and 'definitely to tho status
of, tho Torrltorlnl and tho Federal
courts of this Territory. Tho Organ
ic Act continued In forco tho law
prohibiting adultery, which was tho
law of tho Hepuhllc of Hawaii, and
nuido it n Tenltorlal statute If,
theicfoie, this Cotut Is correct In
lis former i tilings that both tho
Federal and tho Territorial statute
punishing udultcry nro In force, it
follows from tho authority of CrnT
ton vs. tho United States, that both
tribunals, deriving (heir jurisdiction
on this subject niul their uuthorlty
rum mo uiuteu amies, a judgment
of one court must bo :t bar to u trial
of the same offense In tho other.
Tho idea In bar Is allowed.
185 editorial rooms 25Q busl
nwi office These are the new tel
ephone numbers of the BujUtln office.
A Most Excellent Assortment Of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 625.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
Banker Lilienthal Killed
ii i i 'm . 4
SAN'FKANCISCO, Calif., Bcpt. 9. P. N- IJttenllinl. president of the
Anglo-Cnllfornla Hank, hns been killed In nn automobile accident.
"Phil" I.lllenthal, ns he was familiarly known, stood high mining
the financiers of San Francisco. He had many fi lends In Hawaii, and
has visited here. Mr. Mllentlutl was Interested In tho organization of
the First American Hank of Honolulu, bow the First National.
CATHOLICS AND PROTESTANTS IN LONDON
LONDON, Hub.. Sept. 9. Card Inal Vannutclll, the Papal Delegate,
was splendidly letelved nt WcstmlnB ter. lie will preside over the Kit
tharlsllc Congiess. Tho Protestant n nre planning a counter demonstration.
WASHINGTON, I). C, Bcpt. 9. The Wright aeroplane slayed sixty-two
minutes In Iho air this afternoon, wlikh Is tho reioid. Two per
sons were on board. Seeietarles Wright and Metealf vveio present.
KIXLED WHILE ARRESTING BURGLAR
I.OS ANOKI.IIS, Calif., Sept. U Pollic Captain Aublo wns killed
tonight vvhllo arresting a burglar. The man accused of tho crime com
OHIO SHOOTERS WON AT SEAGIRT
SHAOHIT, N. J.. Sept. 9. Tho Ohio team won tho National rifle
match, the regular Infantry inking second place.
M'KINLEY HIGH SCHOOL
(Continued from Pae 11
From tho contractor's standpoint tho
building Is complete and In flrBt class
puiifiu ik ,iiu iiiuuiii iieiuru iiiu nay set
for tho limit In tho contract. Super
intendent Babbitt Is very positive tu
his complimentary remarks concern
ing Contractor W. (1. Chalmers. "Ho
has dono excellent work, and carried
It forward with all possible dispatch.
Wo huvo a first class building und tho
Tenltory liUs got its money's worth at
every point," Principal Scott, who has
watched over the nrocress of', tin,
building with no less tender cute thaul
Mr. ilahhltt, Is also enthusiastic In his'
prnlsu of tho manner tu which thu con-,
tractor has conducted his Important
part or tliu structure. Mr. Chalmers
himself believes that hu has done a
pietty good Job, although ho Is dis
posed to let tho icsults speak for
themselves. The official Inspection
will probably take place on Satin day,
when tho building will bo accepted,
livery thing has been dono nccordlng
to specifications und In many Instances
thu Territory, has the benefit of addi
tions that wero moio matters of rour
tesy than holding to the stilct wind
ing of tho contract,
Honolulu has many excellent school
biilldlmrs but tliein In noun Imlliii-
udapted to tho purposo Tor which It Is
Intended than this new MoKlnley High
School building.' It Is compact and
convenient. It satisfies Immediate do
mauds and allows for a growing mem
bcrshlp in the school.
Tho McKliileV High School building
Is constructed of concrete blocks., l,uclal mailing cards, containing Fred
Placed in spacious grounds and facing er' ,lil8,l,,'s write-up or Hawaii, wo
Thonmsg Square It Is located most ac.1,,nlIort n l!""50 number of tho Oaliu
vniitageotisly In tho scheme of civic I ""'I-'"', ami nlso posted much other
Improvement and conveniently for tho
nuplls of tho city. When tho grounds
Imvo been mnuKeii niul ilm MMOnW
monument Is erected In Iront there
will mil be u untitle liiiii.iin,' in
tho city of which tho peoplo hato
greater leason to bo liroud than tho
McKlnley High School.
Tho aichllectiiro Is after tho Colon
ial style. Two largo doors on either
Bide of the main entrance porch opon
Into tho huge hallway that runs
thi-ouub the liiillillnir mi hk in nlvn If
tho full ventilating benefit of the trado!'1.'1 Ih '" l,lllc,-,i ,10 "ty have n special
winds. The hallway In tlio center Is
really u part of tho largo assembly
room which Is sepal ated by rolling
partitions, This assembly room Is ad
mirably arranged for light and ventil
ation, In the rear Is u commodious
stage and on either side small dressing
looms. When school Is in sesslo'i It
Is (ho purpose to close thu partitions
niul use the ussembly hall for a Uudv
room. A lino koa desk and chair
ndorns the platform and a new upright
piano is In keeping with tho general
atmosphere of tho place,
On the right of tho nuknl entrance
is tho principal's office, and bevond it
tho McKlnley library. Tho books and bookkeeping classos with its post offlco
magazines aro not yot In place, hut und banking room. Next Is tho pho
thu whole furnishing of tho room wllltnugraiih room, then tho typewriting
tnako It a most fitting inemoiial. Kou loom und finally tho tecltntlon loom
shelves will hold tho books and thu 'for stenography and commercial iec-
rcading tables aio of koa. The llbiary
may bo entered from tho principal's
room oml fiom the main hull. Tho
coat loom for tho boys Is nearby and
acioss tho way Is tho stairway leading
to tho basement closets. The maiikn
wing has four recitation looms welt
lighted and ventilated.
Thu cloak room for tho glils and
tho retiring room for tho lady tench-lOiatory Is noil tho lecltatlon room
eis. Is near tho mauka entrance, and and Is equipped with tubles for tho
In close proximity Is the stairway lo, pupils. In tho snnio wing ami In front
tlio basement. Thero mo four rcclta- Is tho chemical labiii.itury. This has
tlon looms In tho mauka wing, tho u concrete floor, wniklug tables with
whole hchemo of tho lower floor being I water, gas and elcctrlo connections
laid so that all tho academic depart- niul largo vcutltatois to carry off tho
incuts mo on tho main floor. Tho fiuneB fiom the work shoo of tho ehem.
double blackboards of the mathematics leal cxpuilmenters. Adjoining this Is
recitation rooms aro a now feature, n dark room ifor photographic woik
The coloring of tho blackboards und anil tho office of tho head of tho scl
tho tinting of tho walls ,1ms alt been enco department. Uoth tho physical
dono with a vlovv to making a soft and Iho chemical laboratory aio lilted
light, and with great success. .with closed blinds so that tho looms
ilio becoml lloor Is tho nioro lm-
iiresslve to Iho casual visitor because I
It Is what might bo called tho prac- iaiged fur peifect sanitation with
tlcul work loom of tho school. Hero cement floors ami porcelain closets
uro tho commercial und and tho phys- thioughout, and glvu tlio largest meas
les and chemistry departments. On uiu of pilvncy possible,
ascending tho stalls fiom tho main It Is thu hopo of Superintendent llab
hall tho first thing that commands nt- but to boiho day get money enough to
tentlon Is tho headquai tors for tlio excMvato a laiger urea in tho baso
savlngs bank nn tho ono side and the ment and Imvo athletic looms for lmlli
caso for tho physical lusliiimcnts on
Tho mauka wing Is devoted to tho
commercial department and tho mnkitl omy of space. Kvery nook and corner
wing to physics and chemistry. Tho Ih put to home use. There Is no waste,
arrangement heio gives nmplo spaco And should tho gt owing bcIiooI demand
for all branches, with no wnsto of moro spaco tho foundations and
space. Tho teacher of tho commercial ground plan of tho building have been
department has a commodious: ollleo. planned so that oxpanslnn may bo so
Leading oft this Is tho room for tho cuied at a minimum cost.
FLEW ONE H0UK
Prescriptions are carefully and ac-
tcurately filled and eyes expertly fitted
with glasses by
MAY HOLD GRAND
ELKS' LODGE HERE
Burton Holmes To Lec
ture On Hawaii This
Secretary Wood lias prepaied tho
following report, which ho will submit
I10 "10 Promotion Committee ut lis
meeting this afternoon:
This week has been nn unusually
busy ono for tho ollleo forco. llesldes
'sending out bovoiul thousand of our
mat lor to addresses handed In by illf-
ferent parties, besides taking ciro of
a largo correspondence
Tlle Mnrk Twain n-tntelplecc has
attracted a great many visitors during
,,llu last wt,t!k- all of whom were loud (
I'!1 tnelr 1'ralscn of Mr. Otrcmba's beau-
tlful plcco of work. Tho mantel will
hu removed for packing on' Monday
next and will bo shipped as goon as
1 have vvilttcii to Mr. Clemens ex-
pressing the hopo that, when the man-
photogiaph taken for us showing him
seated by Ills tlresldc.
Wo aro Informed that there Is a
movement on foot looking to tho hold
ing of 1910 Orand I.odgo of Flks at
Honolulu. Wo Imvo wiltten offering
to cooperate In tho way of Bending our
foldeis where requested, and will nlso
seo that our weekly news sheet Is
l'lncwl on fllo with tho Secretary of
ovt"r 1JKS -' Provided It Is def.
''lately ascertained that tho movement
J" 1)01'1 lno convention hero has good
Wo learn with pleasuia that tho first
llntlons. These rooms aro all connect
cd and each has Its sejiaiato entrance
to tho main hallway, thus again mo
convenience and good light and ventll-.
Tio plijslcs or sclenco recitation
loom Is equipped with a latgo demon
stinting table with sink, gas and elec
tric connections. Tho physical lain
may bo Hindu pinctlo.illy light proof,
The closets of tho linsoninnt nm r.
tho boys mid tho girls.
in going through the building ono Is
p.iitlculaily liunressod with ilm eenn.
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Full moon Sept. 10th at 2 a. m.
Hawaiian standard time is 10 houu
30 minutes slowor than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of IS!
iegrces 30 minutes Tho tinio whistle
blows at 1:80 p. m., which is the amt
as Qreenwlch, 0 hourc 0 mlnutos. Bun
and moon are for local time lor the
Till: STKAMFIl Den of Hulhveiit
from New Zealand tin Suva, bound for
Vancouver, Is ono of two ficlghtors
soon to bo In port consigned to D.ivlus
& Co. Tho oilier Is tho Steplicnotls,
coming up from Ocean Island with
fertilizer, in thu place generally llllcd
by thu Orland. Thu latter Is going
out from Ocean Island, where sho now
Is, to Australia.
Tin: sti:ami:ii nen of nutiivon,
ono of tho old Alley lino of steamers,
and now engaged In tho New Zealand
Canadian business, left Suva for Ho
nolulu on September 2 and will arrive
hero about tho. 12th. Tho Ituthven is
n height boat but has limited passen
ger accommodations In ndilltlon.
TUB nitlTISH ship Cnrradalo,
which moved to an anchorage off port
yeslerdny, sailed this inoinlug for tho
Sound, to tnko on n cargo there. Sho
is in ballast.
Till: MAItAMA Ion Suva on Monday
last, und Is duo heio next Tuesday
morning. Sho has plenty of room for
passengers bound toward tlivTSounil.
Till: MAItAMA left Suva Monday
mid Is duo hero next Tuesday morn
ing. Sho will hnvu plenty of passen
ger accommodations out of Honolulu,
TUB I1AHK Andrew Welch, sugar
laden, left this morning for San Fran
Till: ASIA Is duo from tho Coast
on tho 14th or lfith of this mouth.
THE A. II. S. 3. Texan sails Satuu
day from llllo for Santa Cruz.
THi: AI.AMi:i)A Is duo from tho
Const tomorrow with nulls.
Am. Iik. Andrew Welch. Kellcy, for
Sau Francisco, 11 u. m.
Sovernl matters of unusual Import
ance nro billed to coma before tho
Territorial Grand Jury nt its present
session. Tho Knllhl murder caso will
bo continued, and tho following wit
nesscs have been subpoenaed : Mablo
Puaol, Ucrnard Kolckollo, Dr. McDon
ald. Julia Dodrlck, Frank Akokl.
James Olds and Ah Poou.
Hay Jonos, tho popular and well
known clerk at tho Moana hotel, was
summoned ns a witness in a Japancso
Chinese knifing affair which occurred
ut that hotel. Although Itay was
sleeping tho sleep of tho Just and
righteous when thu Jap slashed his
pake friend, ho questioned both tho
lolluvvlug morning to loam tho facts
of tho case, and was therefore sum
moned ns a witness, by thu Gitiml
lecture In llurton Holmes; now series
of Travelogues, tho season for which
will open up In October, will bo on Hn
wall, for which Mr. llonlno Is sending
his latest Volcano pictures.
HnwulL will recelvo greater public
ity from tho lecture platform tlio com
ing winter than over before, at least,
eight lectin ers, of moio or loss pi on,
Incnce, nro ulicady In thu field anil
between them will cover every pait of
tho United States.
GBAND JUBY TAKES UP
(Continued from Ptae 1)
tho Orand Jury' Is now Investigating.
Among tho cdltnilals In question
which Mr. Crano was ordered to bring
with him when ho appeared boforo thu
Inqulsltoilal body, aro thqso which
concern tho accouuts of tho Fleet
Charles Crane, tho manager of the
moinlng paper, Is not believed to bo
tho defemlnnt In tlio caso which thu
Attorney General's Depuitment Is
prosecuting, but Smith, tho edllor.
LTIiero wero no other witnesses In this
proceeding summoned this morning
besides tho two mentioned, tboimb It
Is possible that before tho caso Is fin-
ifilicil, a number of tho local newspa
permen nyiy bo examined,
Mr. Furrlngton of tho lliillotln
was tho only witness bufoi Iho Jury
this moinlng. Ciann being piiiq.t In
tho building but nut being called, Tho
lnrjiilillurlal nssemlilugo ailio.ir.tojl i.t
noon to meet ngnln nt 2 o'clock this af
cards on sale at
Thursday, September 10.
Slmr. Clnudlne from Mnnl ports,
Wntttinailnv Qrttifnmlini Q
T. K. K. S. S. Tcnyo Mnnl, Hunt, for
Snn Francisco, 3:30 p. m.
Hi', sp. Cnrradalo, Smith, for Vic
torln, n. m. Anchored outside on
Thursday, September 10.
U. S. Pacific Plnnl A.lmlrnl Q.uln.
burno, U. 8. N., 7 cruisers. 7 destroy-
ei, i suppiy snip ror Pngo Pago, Sa
moa. D:30 ii. m.
U. S. S. West Virginia, for Pago
Pago, 12:30 p. in.
I' S, H. Maryland, for Pngo Pngo,
12:30 p. III.
O. S. , S. Pennsylvania, for Pngo
Pago, 12:30 p. m.
U. S. S. Tennessee, for Pago Popo
12:30 ii. in.
U. S. S. Washington, for Pago Pago,
12:30 p. ill. ,
U. S, S. South Dakota, for Pago
Pago, 12:30 p. m,
U. S. S. California, for Pago Pago,
12:30 p. m.
U. S. S. Stewart, for Pago Pngo,
12:30 p. m.
U. S. S. Pieblu, for P.lgo Pngo, 12:30
U. S. S. Triixtun, for Pngo Pago,
12:30 p. m.
U. S. S. Perry, for Pago Pago, 12:30
U. S. S. Hull, for Pngo Pago, 12:30
U. S. S. Hopkins, for Pago Pago,
12:30 p. m.
U. S. S. Whipple, for Pngo Pago,
12:30 p. in.
Dr. sp. Carradale, for Vancouver, 10
a. m from uu anchorage off port.
Stmr. Klnau, for Knual ports, G p. m.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, from San
Francisco, a. in.
Stmr. Manna l.o.i, Slmerson. for
Kona ports, 12 noon.
Per stmr, Clatidlno, Dennett, from
llllo mid Maul ports, Sept. 10. J. VI
erta, O. W. K. Kuiilmnkaolu, Miss Mar
del. Miss i:vu O'Urlcn, Miss Ada.
Mulch, Miss F. Chalmers. Miss H.
Chalmers, U. A. Kemnho, Miss I,. Ka
knnl. M. H. neuter. II. Heuter, F. Mac
kenzie, K. Mackenzie, 11. Akana, H.
Aklonu, Itov. S. M, Knalhue, Mrs. V.
Chun l.ung. Miss H. Puaaloa, Miss H.
Stender, Miss A. Johnson, Miss I,.
Richardson, Miss D. Kalel, Mrs. ..
Ayers, Miss A. Aycrs. Miss K. Trend
way, Miss F. Ilaker, K. W. Husscll. Al
fred Hansen, Miss Plckard, Miss R.
Klakoun, Miss I,. Kallno, Miss M.
Itodilgues. Miss M. C. Modelros, C. W.
Ualdvvln, Miss ,M. Copp, H. M. Wells,
wife und 2 children. Miss Schnltz, Miss
J. Nua. Miss iv. Alio, Miss M. Morris.
Miss H. Alalia, Miss M. Alana, Miss
M. Low Is, Miss J. Dctts, Miss h. Spen
cer, Miss I.. Iloblnson, Foster Hohln
bon, Alvln Iloblnson, F. Correa, W. T.
Mossman, Miss M. Hong. F. Goiuos,
Miss 11. Gomes, F, Nunez, Mis. M. S.
Mcdelros, Itov. C. P. Hong, W. Bald
ing, Mrs. Jns. Cockctt, Rev. J. K. Ke
kipl, Master Sago, D. I'uhl, J. Duins,
Agnes Palikapu, Musters Wallace (2),
It. J. K. Nawalilno, Sam Kuula, T. U.
Lyons, Mrs. J. P. Cooke, C children ami
2 bervants, S. A. Ualdvvin, Miss I. Dav
ison, A. Ayers, Llzzlo Piiavvcla, Ilev. I.
D. Iac;a, D. P. Palena, K. K. Duvnu
cbelie, 17. K. Kaal, P. Nakl and 71
Per stmr. Mnmm Lou, Slmerson, fop
Kona ports, Sept 11, 12 noon. G. 11.
Mayer, Miss Maud Wood. Mrs. C,
Stillmnu, IC. !:. Ilattclle, Father Pat
rick, Dr. J. II. Raymond, A.-Ahrens,
T. Slilbjumn, Judgo Kaulukoii. Miss
Klpl, Miss Elizabeth Hu, C. Falk, vvlfu
and son, D. David. Miss A. Aklna, Lil
ian Holicrtson, Miss T. Marcus, K.
Kruso and wife, Mrs. Capt. Pcdersou,
Miss .1. II. Jones, Mrs. J. C. Sculo, Miss
M. Pails, Miss Aitngst, Mlsssi:. Drown;
T. C. Whlto, Miss S. Inona, Miss Kit
maiioha, K. Shlbayatnn, E. Vnn'llacx,
P. Kolllplno dnd wife.
Per slmr. Klnau, for Knual, Sept.
10, 5 p. in. K. S. GJerdrum, J. Fas-v
Both. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox, Jen
uiu Keamahl, Miss Lydiu Miller, Miss
M. I louver, Mlsa Gludys Itlchanls. O.
11. Full child und party, Itov, T. Punt
and family, Mss U'linox. II. W, T.
Purvis, Miss Cnmeion, 1). II. Murdnck,
wlfo and 2 chlldiun, W. O. Hall, A.
Hartley, Janet Hnbtlo, Mrs. llrandt,
Miss MclutMo, Miss Pilll. Miss Kell
nor, Mrs. C. W. W. Ahla, Miss K. Koan,
Mrs. It. Jnrdln, Y. Imumura,
Till: CI.AUD1NC nrrlvcd from Hllo
this moinlng via Maul ports, docking
ut her bcith ut 4:33 o'clock. Her oar
go consisted of I automobllo, 25 cases
coffee, 21 cases potatoes, 43 cases
honey, 1 mill roller, i! horses, 34 hogs,
57 paekiigus onipty bottles, 283 pack
nges hides, 205 packages sundries.
to vourseif and let ns hnIM ilia ..
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll havojit ready
in no time, and the price fill be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however; so
Charles D, Walker,
Boil and Machine Works,
' King neat Alapal,