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BVENINO BULLETIN, IIONOIAJLTj. T, 11., 3ATURDAY,SEPT.112Tl90Sr3pi
Honolulu Chapter Royal
Honolulu Commandery Reg
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 2
All A tilling members ol tho
Order arc cotdlally Itivltcil to
attend meetings ot local lodges
HAEMONY LODGE, Ko. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Mond-iy evening nt
7:30 in 1. O. O. r. Hall, Tort Street.
K. It. HHNDltY, Secretary.
ucn. i vicivuns, n. g.
All visiting brothers Tory cordially
MYSTIC I0QE. Ko. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d and 1th Tuesday
nt uach month nt 7.30 p. in. at K. P.
Mall, corner Tort nnd llerotnnla $ts.
Vlriltlne llrothors cordially wslco-na
W. 1,. LYLi:, 0. C,
F. WALDHON, K. of It. & S.
OAHU LODGE. Ko. 1, K. of P.
Mcuta every first nnd third Fri
day nvcning at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hflil.
coiner Port and Ilorotanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. D1313R1NO, C C.
JAS. W. WH1T13, IC.U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIO, II. P. O.
K will meet in their hall on Klug
nsar Port Street cvety lrlda even-In,-?.
Hy order of the 13. II.:
1IILNRY C. KASTON,
tt 11 U. MclNHtlNY, E. U.
Win. H'KINLEY LODGE Ho.8, K.ofP.
Meets overy Sjturday evening at
7. JO trclock in K. of P. Hall, cor.
Pint and Uoretanlj. Visiting brotV
eia cordially 'nvltod to ntteml.
W. L. PUAZEK, C C ,
E. A. JACOUSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. 0. E.
MVets on tho 2nd nnd 4tlt WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Berotanla nnd Port streets.
Visiting Eagles nro invited to at
tend. W. L. Pit A ZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. P.. H.
Meets overy first and third Thttra
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to ottnd.
A. 11 AULE1GII, Sachem.
A. E MURPHY, q. ot It.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAHAMOTO, Manager
if BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
F. 8. Nagami-
EoJak Davclopinff, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
raE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamalcs, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Waverley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty,
Scalers in W Paper. Paints, Oils,
eto. P. 0. fjox Ji4. 221 Ho. King
M opp. Aula Paik. W, B, Knw, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tho
with their new FRENCH
dry-cleaning process, v
257 Bcretania St, Phone 1401,
Are you out to save
will be your nucleus
of a bank account.
Honolulu Gas Co.
ivurufM&nv r aKxt titan
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
You save I
When you gut
us to make
Our $g5. suits
GEO. A. MARTIN,
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 FL0RIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
EDOEWORTH and QB0ID 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 and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. King & Alakea. Phone 411.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
An easy, pleasant way to ask for
anything is by using a Bulletin
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Now rnln coals nt Whitney &
Marsh's from $G.fjO up.
Mis. Koarns' frosh chutney Is now
25c. nt all grocery stores.
Pnradlso of Pacific Pleot number
for Ralo nt nil nowsatiuids.
I Ion Id Honlcl Call 1111 or 191, J.A,
McLeod, for pleusantest auto rldo.
Notice appears under lly Authority
today of n meting of (ho License Com
mlslsoncrs on Ocloher 7.
A word to tho v. Inn la sulllclent. Mr.
Quliin't seven-seated Peprlcis, 101
trips around tho Island with a perfect
scoio. Plinnu 200.
County Clerk Knlnuoknl.ml Is got
ling ready to It-Hiiu tho County mid
Municipal elect km proclninatlou on
On lm.tallmnts of $3 per month you
cm purchnsa a Wlillo Pnmlly notary
sowing machlno. Ilenuy & Co., Ltd,
agents, 12C0 Port 8t, Phone 4SS.
Then) vvoto huvi.ii appeals from
criminal decisions mid into In u civil
case cum) up to thu Clicult Court this
morning fioin tho District Com t
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailintr. three cents.
Tho clfuit of Goorgo Wade, who has
boon convicted ontn charge of murder,
to got free on u writ of habeas corpus
Is being hcyil this morning hy .ludKo
Tho cadets of tho Japanese Ir.ilnliiK
rhlp will proceed to tho Mi.innlu.i gar
dons tomoriow forenoon to spend
tlielr time, in tho afternoon (hoy will
he entertained at tlie Mochlzitkl Cluli.
ltudidf J. limbic) will play thu fol
lowing boIiih: ltoiiinuce, Polish Dance,
and Hungarian, nt tho recital of Mad
(mo lllanrhu Anal on Tuesday oven
IliK. Ho will nlso accompany Madamo
Arral in mi oljllKnto.
It Is exliemely uncomfortable, to 1m
ucailiiR millinery at fashlouahlo Katli
crlngs that's nut of nllo. If )im aim
to Id-op Ui-tiMluto call nt Miss Power's
and soo thu vory latest In head mmi.
ncIuslo stylos now IioIiik shown.
A. Mot7Ktr,jC. H. WrlBht. A. V. Wil
son, N'. I:. WllfoiiK and I,. A. Andrews
won- this inorntuK luouijlit oer hy u
Doput) Unltod States Miiishnl as !!
noKses lu the condemnation suit which
the Pulled Stutos Is lulimlliK for u
light of wn thriiiiKh laud leased hy
Androws. Tho caso will ho hoaid
Monday morning; before Judge Dole.
The scultcilug of the coni;rogntlou
during thu summer iutoiriipted tho
com be or sermons on Old Tcstamont
topic-, In Central Union Chinch, hut
iiibiiv rocpiests having eomo to Dr.
n Kcudilei tu continue, he wilt begin next
Sunday morning with the seventh ser
mon, entitled "Womui s Pain. There
after tin. course will bo given ut Inter
vals us noted 111 tho usual announce
mollis of Cinlr.il Union services.
MORE HAWAIIAN -CANDIDATES
llawallaus or tho Fourth District
ore contemplating sending tu thu
House us HuprcHcnliitlvca Solomon
HanuliQuo, editor of the Kuoko.i; John
Kninaunanlii, foicmuu ot tho Hawaiian
Star printing department, and Robert
Il.ikcr, member of the Hawaiian baud.
A committee with D.in Klkala, bail
iff of the United States District Court
as chairman, called on theso gentle
men soiro time, ago nnd secured their
rcuiKcnt to run If nominated. It was
expected that V.. K. I.lllkulani would
attempt tu nm again for tho, Il(iuse,
hut Hnnohano was chosen Instead. Ho
Is fairly educated, being u gruduutu of
Kamchameha bchool. (
Prank Harvey, it Is said, will bo ad
vanced to bo u candidate lor tho Sen
ate. Those who are hacking blm think
that Ilarvoy would bu of mom orvlco
to tho public ut lingo In tho Senate
than ho hi ut present in tho Hoard of
Supervisors. Harvey, when seen this
forenoon, said that ho was lu tho
hnnda of his friends.
Tho llawallaus of tho Pouilli, es
pecially of tho P.iuoa ami Kakaukn
districts, urn said to bo In favor of
Harvey, and tho people of tho wntci
fiont, especially tho employes of tlio
Inter-lslnml Steam Navigation Com
pany, will also suppoit htm.
Joe Kuhla, an employee lu Jordan's
store, will be linked In nm In Harvey's
place on thu Hoard of Supervisors. He
is :i Democrat, although bu ban not
heretofore been active.
Miss I.nura Cullen, n former San
Francisco school teacher, swallowed n
tumblerful of nmmonta nnd then fell
from a becoml story window to tho
Schooner IMwnrd It. West had thril
ling escape from destruction on nicks
outside of (ioKk'11 (lato.
Oakland man sues for divorce bn
cnuso wife wakes him early each
morning to talk to lilm.
"A bounty of $2.GQ Is placed on San
Fianclscci plagup Infected rats.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 S. KING ST. ' PHONE 25.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
Wins In Primaries
SI:aTTI.K, Wash., Sept. 11.-At
gressman Wesleyl,. Junes had n niajcrlty fur Senator and H. (I, Cosgrove
Thu success of Congressman Jones Is ot especial Interest to tlio
people of Hawaii hecnuso Mr. Jonci
as une,of tho Congressional party that
served Ave terms In Congress nnd Is
touch with the people. Ho defeated
hy Collier's Weekly as ono of the United Htutes Senate "undesirables."
, PLANS OF PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES
NHW YOHIC, N. V Sept. It.
West lato in September.
WIIi:i:i,lN'(l, W. Va., Sept. ll.
In Ohio todn.
Tilt: HAOUi:, Ilollnnd, Sept. 11.-
ezuela, has been retired from the, diplomatic service, tho Netherlands
Uovermueiit having disappioved of Ills actions In Venezuela,
WASHlNfiTO.S', D. C, 8e)t. 11.
thu Pacific Station, will probably lie
sels Aeon nnd Grand Turk.
EIGHTEEN G0VERN0RN0RS TO BE THERE
CHICAfiO, III., Sept. 11. llesldes having Taft and llryan for guests
at Its annual b.iuiiiet, the Commerce Association expects eighteen (lov
ANOTHER AEROPLANE RECORD
WASHINGTON', I). C. Sept. 11 Tho Wright ncioplano lias again
broken the leccnd bj n flight of 70 minutes, 2C seconds' duration.
HURRICANE SWEEPS WEST INDIES
AVASIIINOTON. I). P., Sept. 11.
leported tu have caused great loss of
(Continued from Pace 1)
nient, lu which the wink of tho de
partment Is bundled. Is vven now
over ciowdcd, nnd every ball way lu tho
stiuctiiie Is filled with the desks of
clerks whu have no loom Inside thu
various places assigned them, And
the uceiiracy with which every bit of
detail Is taken raie of, tabulated, and
disposed of, Is something wonderful.
It Is tho easiest thing lu tho wculd to
trace u lost letter. When u letter,
deed, or, for that matter, any soil of
a document ciUoih tlio. Laud Depart
ment, It la Immediately given tu the
Ilccclvlng Dopnituont, whore a tlcrk
gathers tho 'gist of It in u slip digest
which Is pinned cm tho outer edge nt
tho sheet. From this time on, tho doc
ument touches no oiio'h hands that tho
fact Is not registered nnd al nil times
it is possible to trace exactly where
tho document last was ami lu whosu
hands It was nt that time.
"These office matters, of course, oc
cupied a gloat dual of my nltonllon,
I was unfortunate In not being able lu
see Secretary (Jnrfleld as he was
called South hy Secretary of War
Taft Juit before I arrived, and I could
not vvult to bee him befoie I left, lint
ever thing wixs lu tiptop sh,iii fur
me, and I plunged right into the work
without the least delay. Hvery do
partmcut has Its own divisions, and
one or tho most Interesting of theme I
spent tlino In wns tho Korestiy Depart'
nient. Clifford Plnchot, who Is at the
head of all this work, was not lu
Washington wIiIIh 1 was Iheie, bin
fi mil his iisslstuuts I learned it gieat
many matters. That Plnchot Is cer
tainly u worker for the preset vntlon
of foiests! It Is geneially known as
u fact that "io has spout u for'uni
from his own pocket, outside of the
regular appropriation, for the ml
Yiinccirgiit of tho cause.
"I feel that my trip will lie of value
to tho Territory. I have found nut
more detlnltoly than over, though I
realized tho fact befoie that the laud
laws of tho United States cannot he
thrust on this Terrlloiy. Tlioy would
never do. Thoro nro some of them, of
course, Unit nro applicable here, hut
dlffeieut conditions reunite dlffcicnl
(Continued from Pice 1
mentioned, as that at MukiM nnd
Hustings streets, where there is n va
cant lot with a number of obvious
advantages ot location.
It was also decided to Incorporate
for tho purposes ot managing this in
stitution, and tlio funds which will
have to be used lu connection with
Its erection anil maintenance, Tlio
papers are soon to ho filed.
Tim association is losing no tlmo
lu getting down to wotk lu this mat
ter, llulldlng plans wero discussed
at the meeting, and a committee final
ly appointed to hnvo plans drafted.
This committee, consists of J. F. Mor
gan, A. Hartley, and A, F. Judd. Thoy
will loport back to tho association
shortly, probably with suitable plans
already drawn up,
Witness in damage suit ngnlnst
United Hailroads declares ho was of
foied life Job to testify In suit.
Oolf tournament nt Pel Monto nt
ttnets many fatuous players.
tho primaries In Washington, Con
Is very pleasantly remembered here
visited tho Islands. Mr. Jones hus
tho tjpo of man who Keeps in close
Henntor Ankcny, who was marked
.Toft will begin n tour of the Mlddlo
llrjan made n numbjr of speeches
Doreits, thu Diltch Minister to Ven
3EARCH FOR AEON
Tho armored cruiser Colorado, on
bent lu search of tho missing ves
A hurricane In tho West Indlon Is
life unit damage.
Prescriptions arc carefully and ac
curately filled and eyes expertly fitted
with glasses by
OPTICIAN. BOSTON BLOCK.
IN FOREIGN PORTS I
Thursday, August 27.
POUT SAN I-UIS Arrived Aug. 2(i:
S. S. Sautu itlta, from Kiiliulul,
OAVIOTA Sailed Aug. 27:
Hp. M. i:. Chllcott, fur Honolulu.
OAVIOTA Arrived Aug. 2.1:
S. S. Itosecrans, with bargu Montu
rey lu tow, hence Aug. 13.
HII.O Sailed Aug. 2G:
S. S. Arlzonan, for San Francisco.
Friday, August 28.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Aug'. 27;
S. S. Siberia, hence Aug, 17.
AllPUDKIIN Airlved Aug. 27:
Ilk. 8 O. Allen, lienco Aug. 1.
KAIIUMI1 Sailed Aug. 27:
S. S. Mexican, for llllo.
Saturday, August 29.
SAN FIlANCISCO Sailed Aug. 29:
S. S. Hongkong Mam, for Honolulu.
SAUNA CilUZ-Salled Aug. 28:
S. S. Virginian, fur San Francisco.
ASTOItIA Airlved., Aug. 28:
Hchr. Annie K. Simile, from MiUcn
well, Aug. ).
OKAY'S HAItllOit Sailed Aug. 28:
Scbr. Hubert lowers, fur Honolulu.
.MAKAWi:i.I Hailed Aug. 2U:
Schr. Crescent, for Port Tuuiiseud.
1111,0 Airlved Aug. 28:
S. S. -Mexican, from Kaliuliil.
HAN FIlANCISCO Arrived Aug. 29:
Stmr. Aslu, henco Aug, 23.
llktue, Irmgard, lienco Aug. C.
Monday, August 31.
SAN FIlANCISCO Arrived Aug. 29:
H. S. Abln, hence Aug. 23,
llktito Irmg.ud, lienco Aug. C
POUT T0WNS1:ND Anlvod Aug. 30:
Schr. J Ufa. from Kaliuliil.
POUT TOWNSUND Arrived Aug. 31:
Schr. M. . Foster, ihenco Aug. 12.
POIlThANDAi lived Aug. ,31:
Fr. bk. Miclutlet, lienco July 2G.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Aug. 31: '
S. S. Tt-ii)u Maru, for Honolulu,
SBATTU: Airlved Auk. 31:
S. S. Alaskan, for Honolulu.
Tho reported itnlval of the, ship Astral
on tho 21th inst. is un error not
Tuesday, September 1,
DF.I.AWATH? BIlRAKWATKll Ar
lived Aug. 31:
Am. sp, Astral, from Hllo April 6.'
(Not us previously reported.)
DKI.AWAHi: HUKAICWATHIl Ar
rived Sept. 1:
Sp. John Kna, henco May 9,
SAN FIlANCISCO Arrived Sept. 1:
S. S. Alameda, at noon, hence Aug.
to yourself and let -us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. .We'll havoMt 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; to
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alaptl
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ft on ll a.
ti ri.ii a tut ii ,v
Full moon Sept. 10th at 2 n. in.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hum.
J0 minutes slowor than Qreonwlct
Ime, belug that of tlm morldlnn of 15
legrees 30 minutes Thu tlmo whistle
Blows at 1:B0 p. m which Is tho sumi
as Greenwich, 0 bourc u minutes. Sui
and moon are for local tlmo ,or tb
' THK MAUNA KHA leturucd tbU
morning from her usual loutc, dock
ing at Iter berth before 8 o'clock. Her
pasreuger list was laigu. Most of the
pashcngeis wero school children nnd
delegates to the llepiibllcnu conven
tion. Her cnigii consisted of thu fo!
lowing: 1 hag coin, 1 horse, 4 critics
pigs, f, cases chickens, 5 ban els empty
bottles, 7 bugs spuds, 7 bags awa, S
barrels tallow, 8 cases celery, 1(J bags
empty bottles, 2fi oir-ply kegs, 2(1 pack
ages vegetables, SO colds wood, 112
bags taio, 250 packages sundries.
THK IllllTISH steamer Stophanotli
arilved this mornlug fioin Ocean Is
land with a load of fertilizer, consigned
Io Davlos & Co. She is doing the
work which has fur u few mouths pas!
boon bundled by the Norwegian
steamer Orlaud, but which the latter
ci aft has now abandoned tu take r.
run tu Australia, Thu Stephnnotls
will also t.ike the place of tho Orlaud
as the mall carrier from Nutihlvvii is
Till: UKHUKi: Is lecelvlng the
freight piep.ir.itory tu sailing some
Hum this afternoon fur Hawaii potts.
She will ictiiin lu the caily p.ut ot
NKXT MAILS ftcuu tho Const nte
due by tho Asia, which should get In
on Monday nrioinimn. Tlu fluford left
Han Frituclscu tut hour befoie tho Ala
meda. . rat
TUP, STHAMHIt Nllliau nrrlvod this
foieiiiMin with u load of live stock,
which hhe Is discharging nt the rull
TUP SCIIOONKlt Jumes Itolph is
dud from Sun Ftanclsco, being out 18
Tlin AI,AMi:DA. on Wednesday
will curry the next mulls for the Coast.
t -i- tt tt
Wednesday, September 2.
SAN FIlANCISCO Arilved Sept. 2:
Ilk. Annie Johnson, from Hllo, Aug
HII.O Suited Aug. 31:
H. S. Mexican, for Hullna Cruz.
Thursday, Sept. 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 3:
S. S. Aitzonnn, from Hllo, Aug. 25.
SAN FIlANCISCO Arrived Sept. 3:
S. S. Mongolia, 4 l. in., hence Aug.
Friday, September 4.
SAN FIlANCISCO A-tlc I Sept. ?.:
P. M. S, S. Mongolia, 4 p in., henco
Saturday, September 5.
HltlSIlANi: Sailed Sept. 2:
S. S. Matania, fur Honolulu.
HAN FIlANCISCO Airlved Sept. n:
S. S. Virginian, from Sullna Cruz.
AN FIlANCISCO Sailed Sept, G:
S. S. Alameda, for Honolulu, noon,
U, S. A. T. llttford, for Honolulu,
HH.O Sailed Hept. t:
Scbr. Minnie A. Ctilne, for Sound.
Monday, September 7.
SRATTMi: Arilved, Sept. :
U. S. A. T. Dlx, hopco Aug. 2G.
AHUKINI Sailed Sept. 4:
Schr. Alico McDonald, for tho Sound
Tuesday, September 8.
SBATTU: An Ived Sept. C:
U. S. T. Dlx, lienco Aug. 2G.
AHUKINI Sailed Sept. 4:
Schr. Alico McDonald, for Coast.
IlHISHANli Arrived Sept. C:
S. S. Aoiangl, hence Aug. 22.
SAN FIlANCISCO Arrlv'cd Sept. 8:
S. S. 1. inline, lienco Aug, 1,
SAN FItANCISqO Sailed Sept. 8:
S. S. Asia for Honolulu, 1 p. in.
KAHUIiUI Arrived Sept. 7:
S. S. Texan, fiom Honolulu.
Wednesday, September 9.
SAN FIlANCISCO Arilved Sept. 8:
Schr. II. C. Wright, from Mnhukona,
SAN FIlANCISCO Sailed Sept. 8:
S, S. Allzonau, for Honolulu.
NOVO Sailed Sept. 8:
Schr. It, C. H,eatlo, for Kaliuliil.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Sopt. 8;
S. 8. China, henco Aug. 24.
POUT TOWNSKND Airlved Sopt. 9:
Ilk. Albert, fiom Hllo Aug 11,
Thursday, September 10.
MONTKHKY Sailed Sept. 7:
S. S, Rosen hub with bargo Mo'llo
rey In tow for Honolulu,
SUVA Sailed Sept. 2:
S. 8. Den or Hutliven, for Honolulu.
SUVASallod Sept. 7:
S. S. Mnrnnin, for Honolulu.
Friday, September 11. ,
OAVIOTA An ived Sept. 10:
Sp. Fulls of Clyde, henco Aug. 18.
Friday, September it.
Stmr. J. A, Cummin's, Henrle, from
Wulmnnnln, S:30 p. m.
. Saturday, September 12.
Ilr. Stmr. Stephaiiotls, from Ocean
island, 7 n. in.
Stmr., Mnuna Ken, Freeman, from
Hllo, 7:ir. n. in.
Stmr. Nlllmu, Ouuss, fiom Hawaii,
9 a. in.
Friday. September 11.
A.-II. S. S. Texan. Nichols, for Ka
liuliil, f p. Ilk
Stmr. Cluudlnc, Dennett, fur Maul
and Hllo, S p.-in.
Saturday, Sept. 12.
Stmr. I. Ikelike, Nnopala, for Hawaii,
Per stmr. Claudlnu, Dennett, for
Maul ami Hllo, Sept 11, C p. m. Akl
uu On Tul, Miss N, Daniels, Miss Cock
roft, W, O. Oeii.tckcr, Miss Cress Do
IJiim, i:. J. Walker, "Mrs. I,. C. Fraln.
Miss Janet (built, Mrs. Alum (limit,
Miss II. hoy, Mrs. II. K. Cook. Chits,
(lay, Mrs. Chus. (lay, Mrs. W. W. .Tay
lor, Halllo S. Lewis, Mr. Whitney, Sis
ter llelene, Miss Julia Lee, Mrs. Mary
Leo, Miss Ilueson, Miss Mnrctel, It,
Hohs, II. .t, llohctts, (leo. C. Miller,
Mrs. M. K. Kcohokiilunl, Sam Keku
own. .. .j.
Per stmr. Manna Ken. Sept, 12,
Fieemnn, from Hllo, 8 n. m. Mist
M. Klllot, Miss M. Katou, Mrs. Lclp-
slc. Mis. llrockcn, J, II. Slnnett, Mrs.
SJiinett, O. N. Hweltscr, Mrs. Bvvelt
ser. Dr. Klllot, P. Muhleiidorf, A. A.
Wilder, A. Lelpslc, Miss J. Macauley,
Mrs. II. W. Cooper, J. F. Abels.
Mis. J. F. Abels, Muster F. Abies.
II. II. Smith, Mrs. Smith, A. Fernait- .
dez, Mrs. A. Fcinattdez, Miss Smith,
N. Fernandez, Miss do la Cruz, D.
S. K. Palm, L. A. Andrews, Miss
M. Abels, Miss O. Turner, Mrs. P.
Peck, Miss M, Mncey, Miss Kinney,
Mis. llliinaldu, Mrs. Gould, Miss Vic
tor, Miss II. Watson, Miss 11. Ta
loi, dipt. Humphio)s, Dr. O. K.
Wall. II. Lougher, A. II. Otirrey, O.
l:. Kdmiiuds, Miss Mary L. Young,
Miss A. llordeis, 10. Henry, George
Kinney, Master J, Shipman, All
Cliong, Miss Mury Low, Miss II
Frends, Master G. Frends, Master P.
Lycurgus, Master M. Muir, Otto
Hose, Miss K, Huttluan, Mnstcr K.
Iluttman. llobt. Lowers. Mrs. A.
Miiicitlllui), 1J. II. Austin, C. II.
Wright. A. Wollls, It. O. Mntlteson,
It. S. Thurston. N. C. WIllfonB. A.
M. Wilson, I). M, Metzger, II. Holt,
Miss Dunn, Miss II. Dunn, Alftstcr L.
Ilotigli, Mis. W. W. Harris, Miss 11.
Ilairls, Miss U. Ilalna, Miss I. lloyd,
Miss IJ. K. Plllwale, J. II. Thomp
biin, Mrs. Thompson, P. C, Ilenmcr,
D. S. Scott, Mr. Fltzslmmons, J. Fit
Into, Master Jno. Nllion, Master H.
Kalalwiiii, W. Lahlll K. W. Harnard.
M. I Ira n co. Master D. llranro, Mist
M, llrnnco, Miss II. Knos, A. 'XI.
Stoddait, Miss L. Anderson, Mrs.
Itodenlittrst, Miss H. Itodeuhtirst, C,
Aklitit, A. Napoleon, Wm. KcKegaw-it,
Master W. Qulnii, Miss II. Williams.
Miss' J. Williams. Mis. II. C. Aus
tin, Miss IC. Cuvvnn, Master 11. Mac
kenzie, C. II. Mackenzie, A. IC.
Sntythe, T. W. Grelg, L. Holsteln, J.
M. Soiua, II. Holsteln, W. S. May,
Master T. May, Master It. May, Miib
ter P. Wo, Miss Wo, Miss A. Wting,
Miss M, tie Hat no. Miss .1, tie llarne,
Miss II. Hell, Miss D. Hell, Mrs. F.
S. Clinton, Miss I). Kamaplll, Mrs. II.
Stevens, Master II, Slovens, Miss A,
Lludsey, Miss Kiiiiinkitwlwoole, Miss
K. Kaiuakuwiwoole, Miss A. John
ston, Jno. Lludsey, A. Llndscy, J.
Lludsey, Mrs. 8. Amnlti, MiiBter fl.
Amalu, Mrs. L. Allen, Miss A. Allen,
T. Murray, MIsh 11. Murray, Miss J.
Makekuu, Master II, Johnston, Miss
N. Murray, Joe. Prltcliurd, Mis. Al.a
liana, Miss K. Morion, Miss 10. Mor
ton, Miss J. Spencer, Miss A. Plck
iii d, Mrs. W. II. Cornwoll, II. 8. Sa
vage, Win., Kennu, J. Ambrose, (1. II,
F.vuns. 13. A. Peck. W. T. Iloblnson,
C. M. Kiinul. Ilov. F1U, Dr. 13. V.
Wilcox, W. J. Mount, F. T. P. Wu
icilioitse. It. 8. Hosmer, C. O. Hottel,
Joo Pun, C, Wilcox, (Joo. Kuluun, K.
Kahnkuoliinn, K. Ilalaimt, Mnstcr Hu
lama, 13. 13. Mabluni, Miss U. Hurt,
Mrs. F. Hurt, Miss L. Low, Sister
Alblna, Iis. D. Taylor, Mrs. F.
Ilallen, A. Iliiniiobcrg, Fong Chan,
Miss A. IIoso, Mis. A. II. Oann, Miss
13. O.tna, Chang Ixiy, W. P. Huln,
Mnstcr Halu. W. F. Kuiio, R. Walalto
lu. Miss Witlaliolo, Geo. II. Dunn,
Win, Kanuhlkana, S, 11. Fujlynnin,
Muster II. Apo, Miss M Aio, Mrs.
Jno, Hlchnidsnn, MIbs O, Illchnrd
rem, W. Prestldgo, F. Ilallen, Henry
Ficnch nnd servant, Mr. Polk, Mrs.
Polk. Illnaldo, W. Adonis, Dale, A.
It. Ctinhn, Miss N. IMchnrdson, J.
Delegates of tho National Collegi
ate Alumnao were addressed by Pres
ident Wheeler at the California Uni
versity. Miss Jesslo Munro and Ralph O.
Reiner niarYy and will work as mis
sionaries lu Koiu.t. i
Rrticst Drowltz of Cincinnati sues
licit wlfo for alimony, '
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