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7:30 p. m.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
end Mark Master, 7:30 p. m.
Oceanic First Degree.
All visiting members of the
Ordor nro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
HARMONY I0DQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mets ovury Jlondny ovonlng nt
730 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort atreot.
U. H. HDNimV, Secrotary.
DEN. V. V1CICI1H3, N. G.
All vUltius brothero very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, Ho. 2, K. OF P.
Meots overy 2d nnd ItU Tuesday
ot each month nt 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
HaU, corner 1'ort and Ilorctanla St.
Visiting Brothers cordially wsIcojis
W. I,. LYLK, C. 0.,
S WALDKON, K, ot II. & S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day oreninc nt 7:30 In K. of P. IIiUl.
corner Fort nnd Ilorotnnln. VlnttlOB
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
a. a. dkerinq, c.c,
l JAS. W. WHITJ-3, K.R.S.
I HONOLULU IODOE010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, II. P. O.
13., will meet In their hall on Hlnc
ii,r Fort Street every Friday ovon-
13-y order of tho UI II.:
HENRY C. UASTOK,
IVM. H. McINEIlNY, C. It.
7iS. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Mails vcry Saturday vonlns at
7:30 o clock In K.ofP. Hall, cor.
Kort and r.arotania. Visiting broth-
f ors cordially Invitod to attend.
' W. L. FIUZISE, C.C.,
i n. a. JAconsoN, K.n.s.
F HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4tli WED
NESDAY clonings of each month at
7:30 o clock In K. of P. Hall, cornor
IJCTctaula nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles nro Invited to nt
tend. W. L. KRAZEB, W., Prcst.
I II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
JlPTla evory flnt nnd third Thuru
davrs of each month nt Knights' of
Pythias Hall Visiting brotliera cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. 11. ARLEIOH, Sachom.
A. E JIUUPHY, C. of It.
BEST IIEAI3 IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orphcum Attendants.
1st Boor Wnikiki of Central Fira Stn.
Ask Your Grocer
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS'CO., Ltd,
F. . Magami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging nnd Interior Photo
graphing, KOB1L ST. bst Wuuanu & Bethel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
257 Ecrctania St. Phone 1491.
j3HJ"For Rent'' cirds on sale at
Are you out to save
will be your nucleus
of a bank account.
Honolulu Gas Co.
I Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
W. C. Peacocl: & Co., ltd.,
A pair of shoes that wears
-. lone and keeps its shape
A shipment of up to date
Tan Shoes for ladies was re
ceived per last S. S. Ala
meda. L. AYAUSHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU 3T. NEAR KING ST.
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
i is the
right next to the Orpheura Theater.
Come up and nave some run.
Choice FERNS, ROSES and
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE TL0HIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
EDGEWOSTH and QB0ID Tobaccos
The only two cood imottng
Tobaccos in the Market.
FTTZPATBICK BROS. .
and HYKfLE CIGAR STORE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
.No careful housewife lets thiniri
go td waste she uses a B u 1 l'e t i n
Want Ad. and sells them.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
.1. F. Collnirn t etui nod today from
Mnul In tho Clnudlno.
Henry May & Co. will ho closed nil
day Saturday, Rogattn Day.
win. K. Palkull has announced him
self as n candidate for Supervisor.
i. 8. Ilnrtwell was among the ar
rivals tlilH morning from Molokal.
Mrs. Francis Clay Is booked to le.ivo
In tin) Klnau tills nftcrnon for Kauai.
Miss K. Main, daughter ot Supervis
or I lata or liana, cainu down this
Tenltorlal offices will not bo open
on Saturday as It Is Regatta Day mid
n legal liollday.
Take your carriage or autotnotille
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., tor
Mr. ninl Mrs. Georgo H. Carter nro
booked to lonvo In tho Korea for a
lour around thu world.
All kinds ot beer, wines and mixed
drinks nro served In tho best manner
nt the Fashion. Just give us a try.
Marl: Robinson's report to the Gov
ernor shown that leprosy has been
(in tho decrenso of late.
W. It.' Castle has brought suit
against F. V. Tliruin In tho Circuit
Court for minis uf inonuy aggregating
When you find yourself getting tho
wireless habit cultlvato III It will
nave you lots ot worry mid tin -j and
Mr. and Mrs. Alexnnder Young nnd
daughter Intend In leave for the Slates
In tho Koieu . Tlioy will bo away a
i:. K. I.ltlknlanl announces himself
us cuudldato for Supervisor, subject
to the action of tho Republican Coun
A word to tho wiso Is sufficient. Jim
Qulnn'a seven-seated Peerless, 101
trips nround tho Inland with a perfect
Bcoro. 1'liono 200.
Tho Kunnlii Iloat Club will maintain
"open hoiiso" Saturday (Regatta Day).
Alt friends of tho members nro cor
dially Invited to bo present.
(leorge It. MeClellnu, secretary to
Dctegnlo Knlanlaiiuole, will leturu to
Washington shortly. Ho leaves In the
Koica, nailing September 20.
Tho LaborKcH held precinct meet
ings last night nnd selected their deb
egatcs to tho convention, which mcots
on Wednesday, September 23.
On liittullmuuts of (3 pr month you
can purchase a White Family ltotary
owing machln. Benny & Co., Ltd ,
ugents, 1268 Fort St. I'lion 4S3.
Attorney (lenoral C. It. Ilemenway
nnd wlfo will leave for Washington In
tho Koiea, which Is duo to arrive hero
from tho Orient on September 20.
All beers have good qualities, hut
snmo of them nro harmful, because
they contain Impurities. In l'rlnio
beer, you get tho good without tho
The ro?.d fiom llin Pall down to
Nuuanu dam, begun under tho leglmo
of Sam Johnson, has now been entire
ly completed u lloat! supervisor Tom
There worn 27fi(f tl oaths In tho Ter
ritory during, Ibo jcar ending Juno 30,
rltory during tho year ending Juno 30,
1908, which amount was 202 fewer
than tho pruvlous year.
Sco the new arrivals by tho Alameda
nt Sachs' this week. Pearl collar sup
ports. Sctwell hair rolls, lacea mid In
sertions, ull-over embroidery, steel
bciads, Indian Head, soft finish.
Acting Japaucffo Consul General K,
Abo, this morning received a cable
gram from tho San FrnncUco Jnpaneso
Consulate, Btating that Commissioner
I.ootrls, who Is already here, had left
there for Toklo, via this port.
Kutomologlst Knttnsky Is fearful
lest tho Idlomynuo humllls Muyr "Ar
gentlno Ant" will In vail o Hawaii, slat
ing in IiIm report to tho Hoard of Agri
culture unit Forestry yeBterday that
tho pest had been located at Oakland,
Cni., nnd therefore was to bo feared
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Ilabbltt loportod to Governor Freur
yesterday" that tho schools nil over thd
Islands, and especially In Honolulu,
wcro so ocr-crowded thnt tho organ
izing of schools has been retarded by
tho fact that tho teachers ilM not
know what to dn with nil tho pupils.
In order to mako mom for Ih'o great
nmonnt of Chlneso nnd Ja'pnnoso
goods ordered by Mr. t.cong Chew
while In China, Yeo Chan & Co., ,n(
King nnd llolhel .streets,, slnrtlng with
tomonnw, will hnvo n great clearanco
sale. Discounts on articles will rnngo
from 10 to 25 per cent. Sogo early
and got your pick of great reductions'
AND TOWN HALL
A document has boon filed with Reg
istrar Meniam whereby -the Territory
of Hawaii turns over tho old court-
lmnsu nt Wulluku a tho .County of
Maul on tho condition that It bo lilted
nnd kept up ns a town hall and public
library, Tho document Is signed by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent of
Public Works, and approved by (lov
An olllclal of tho Ilrltlsh Foreign
OIIH'o Intimated that llrltaln might
stand by Holland In Its claims against
W-..L!J. . 1
A Most Exeellent Assortmtnt ot
W. W. Ahana Go.,
02 S. KINO ST.- , . PHONE P25.
THE BEST 'TITTERS' IN TOWN,
Cholera Is Spreading
MAN'ILA, P. I., Sept. 1C. There were thlrty-ono tchoUra cases hero
today nnd twelve deaths. Thn Health llureau 'claim's thai It will hnvo
tlio epidemic under control In two weeks. Another case hiis appeared on
tho transport Sheridan, ,
ST. PKTKItStltma, Ilussln, Scji't. 1(5. Tho ofllelal bulletin reports
249 rases ot cholera In tho cltv mid TO deaths. Tho disease Is spie.id
lug among the better classes.
-m i i i o '
WAR ON CONGO TRIBES
PAUIS, France, Sept. 10. Sixteen thousand troops of Hie Congo
Free State have Invaded tho Onadal country, routing the tribe and kill
ing inio thousand of Its members.
PEACE CONFERENCE FOR 1909
TIIK HACHH3, Sept. 1C. Tho Powers will be Invited to send dele
gates hero tn attend a Pence Conference In 1909.
i i i m
MADE SEVENTEEN SPEECHES
Y., Sept. 16.--Win.
LONG HAS NOT
(Continued from Vizi 1)
Douthltt nnswered that ho had been
passed by tho Hoard of Registration,
nnd that that settled Ibo question.
Watson was asked after ho had left
the Court if hu thought that tho point
ho had raised was, terlouuly, a good
one, ami ho nnswered that ho felt huio
that It was, as Douthltt, when he left
for Shanghai, had announced that ho
Intended to remain there, nnd ns a
consefluenco ho would have to stay in
Hawaii for two jears after Iim return
before ho could qualify as a voter.
McGurn Thrown Out
A somewhat similar point was raised
against Albert McCiiin, one, of tho
candidates for the olhco of deputy
sheriff on the Republican ticket, when
ho was this ntdrnlr.ri turned down by
tho Hoard of Regis! ration on tho
grounds thnt ho had been living on
M-nil fii futirtniwt iiimitlitt find liml
urtt Imfiit Its flu r?mintlF uf fin In 1 fur llin f
ninety dajs preceding tho election pro-
ucilbed by law. This leaves Mcdiirn
out of tho race, much ' to his disgust.
K. K. I.lllkalanl nnd mil Aylelt have
offlclally nnnoimced their Intention to
run tor inu iionni 01 uupcrvisors. 110111
resldo In tho Fourth District, nnd both
have been membcis of the House.
Robert linker and Lima Kahauuaelo
have declared their Intention to run
for the House, both' from tho Fouitli
nutifa.1 C41t Y)M
WIlllo Craw foul denies tho report
that ho has withdrawn us a candidate
for tho House, hut Bnys that Charlie. tlu corner of River nnd Pauahl streets.
Chirk has decided to do so. I ,t w, ,)Q kl)(iu1 as jaHllIlcl!0 fl8)l.
"Do you think that tho Advertiser ,.,.arl.ct ,, ,)acke(, , (ho jnanes0
can scare me out?' nsked Ille in-1 fifcl, cor,)0rilloni w,lch recently re
dlgnnn y this morning when ho was , a , t f Tt,rrilorlal
nsked If tlio report nt his backing out BOVrnmont
was true, "I am going to run, nnd I
will niiidu iiy the decision or tlio con
vcntlon. Charlie Clark has decided
not to run. Ho has told mo so.
Both on the Fence
Among those who nro uucertaln an
to whether they will run for tho Houso
or thu Semilo nru Qulnii and Kulelopu.
Qulnii stated today taht tho announce-
niciit that ho had mado up his mind
was utterly untruo. Ho could not say
ns yet what ho would do. Kaiejopu is
being nrgeii ny somo or 111s irieiiua to
run for tho Senate, but ho hlmtolt is
said to prefer tho House, wheio ho ex -
peels tho most strenuous battlen of
tho I.eglslatui.i will bo fought.
Kll Crawfoid Is said ,to bo wishing
for n nomination for tlio House. i,llt
that eminent ulntesmnn will mil t:jy
anything about thp matter.
Shingle for Treasurer
R. W. Shlnglo Is having many lion-
ors thrust upon him, hilt hns not de-
elded what ho will dn. While ho was
urged to run for the House, somo tlmo
ago, n numncr or 111s meuis navo now
naked bin to run against Trout fori
;,. v. T..,.,,,... nn.l tl, Mnr-,,1,
precinct has past'eiLn rcwiliitlon en-
dorslng him .for that position. It Is
conceded that It would tako a veryl
strong tv-ia to defeat Trent, and tho
Republican leaders are, inclined 10
think that Shlnglo Is Just that man.
r y., 'f "'
WOJHeU lOr lIiainnan
mltteo, but ho Is unwilling to say
anything about this' matter at tho
piesent tlmo. Harry von Holt has
also been mentioned for this position.
County convention, tho question ns to
whether an outsider can ho elected for
that otllco hns arisen lii'i his case.
Most of tho nuthorltlcn bcllov;o that ho
will bo Ineligible forhls reason.
Nawaakoa vs. Kaleionu
Tho light for tho ofllco of tompornry
chairman of tho convention Is at pres
ent limited to Georgo Nawaakoa of
Ewa. who was somo I mo ago fired
from his Job of road supervisor ot that
J. Ilryan nindd' seventeen speech-
Comfortable as well as styl
ish. Vici Kid blucher stitched
with our special black Japan
ese silk. Semi-narrow toe that
affords easy fittings. One of
tho best in Regal shoes. They
hug the heel.
Shoes neatly repaired while
Regal Shoe Store
' King and Bethel
dr.trlet by, the Hoard of Supervisors;
and Knlclopii, tho latter being appar
ently thu fnvorltq among tho straight
party workers, while the hand of the
wily Arht may ho detected In tho
backing of tho former.
Judd or Shinele
For permanent chairman the nmiMS
of Shlngln and A. F. Judd have both
been brought forward, tho latter be
lug particularly mentioned on account
or the fact thnt ho ran speak Hawaii
mi, u knowledge of which might he
come very handy should tho conven
tltui become lively, which, from the
present Indlclullims, seems not nt nil
What They Say
win. Ayiett: "im ror supervisor
or nothing. Tell them that. I'm out
for City Supervisor nnd I'll glvo tho
people n square deal nil along tho
lino. My record In Ibo Legislature Is
Jus. II. IJnyd: "I am a. CJiidldato
for tho Senate. I haven't been mail
ing any claims to tho votes I shall
have In the convention. I leave It to
Political Runner: "Thero nro forty
"mi ' "" "'. "eiegaies m uiu wmi.
roiivomioii.cacii 111 wi 11111 nun pnmiiseu
1 ol for '-''f08' aI" ,r,"T n"8,u,c.0 nl"1
. ,vimt nlu you coinc to do when
,,,,. ,, iiw illmt.i. 111.,, .!,, ...in
u "siu.iarKui, i-usuiik iw,uuu
when completed, will bo erected nl
Kdltor Sheha stated this morning
that negotiations between the officers
r , corl)()raUon nn,, tho .,W)1 pt
Health and tho landloru mo pending.
I during which tlmo the nichU;otB .and
carpenters aro'gettlug Innuaelves In
' rc.i,d(ness to start the woik.
t Tlu )Li rifvrrUil to Is 011 (he muuka
B,i0 f inunh street, fumllng River
Bt,0ef. It Is expected that tho Hoard
.of Health will have no objection to
. tbli establishment of a lishmarket
(Iul0t provided, howovtr, Ibo eunltury
1 conditions mo In good order.
itlchnrd Carle, tho actor, Is named
I co.ro,om,ont a ,nVorco suit
.,,,, ,. ' A,(,, v nn.rv n
,'" ebt by Aitln r . Codtie, a
millionaire of lloston, Mass.. ugalnnt
jhls wlfo. who was Ileatrlco llrunner,
Whom ho married In Chicago. Carlo
nnd Mrs. (lodfrey deny tho chnrgu.
Counsel for tho Ilalns hrothois,
'charged with killing W. E. Aunts.
nfo,nied In Now York by tho
. , ,,,,,.,, . .M,
PlOSOClltor tllllt tllO trial Will Opoll
- tho October term of court, prob
ably Oct. C.
Kmpcror William Invited a number
, Amorlcans. Including Allison V.
I'' ItlUlU 1I1IU ill. itJIHIIII . HI il HIUII'-
'mlnin l.nllel In T.nr.l llvrnn'H "S.iv.
has its" cause. If you frown, squint,
"arrow the eyes to see objects,
your eyes need a good pair of glasses,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BLOCK.
IN FOREIGN PORTS ( , j ARRIVED f
Wednesday, September 16.
SAN FitANClSCO Sailed Sept. 15:
U. S. A. T, Crook, noon, for Hono
lulu, S. S. Mongolia, 1 p. m., for Hono
lulu. S. S. Virginian, for Seattle.
8AN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. lfi:
S. S, llllontnn, 2 p. m., hence Sept. 8.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Sept. 1C:
3. S. Hongkong Main, hence Sept. 4.
IIILO-Salled Sept. 1G:
S. S. Alaskan, for San Francisco.
Thursday, September 17.
SAN DIECIO Arrived Sept 17:
Yacht Lady Maude, from lllln.
Thursday, September 17.
Temperatures a. m., 71; 8 n. m
70; 10 a. m.,( 80? noon, 80; morning
Harometer, 8 n. m. 30.0C; nbsoluto
humidity, 8 n. in., fi.980 grains per
cubic fot; rclatolvo humidity, 8 a. in.,
02 per cent; dow olnt. 8 a. in., C2.
Wind fi a. m.. velocity 7, direction
K.; 8 a. in., velocity 10, direction N, tt.;
10 a. m., velocity 20, direction I'..; noon,
velocity 15, direction K.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m., .00 inch.
Totgnl wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 17d miles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, .Weather Uiiruau,
Next Saturday ovenlngi commenc
ing nt C o'clock. Captain Furuyii and
tho officers of (ho Japanese training
Ihlp Tnlsel Marti will give a letuin
l ceplIoH to the meinliers 'r tlio .inp
pneao Consulate Oenernl, the YuKi.'.t
em Specie Hank nnd the J.ii-.mo;
Meichantij' Association, r.iu recep
tion will tnko placo on board the train
ing ship. The cadets, who were lib
erally entertained since their, arrival
hero, will give a theatrical peiform-
mice for tho benefit of tho lnvltod
guests, among whom will ho n largo
number uf Japmiesu ladles. It Is ic
ported that u musical piogram Is hu
lug arranged for the occasion, and tho
Hawaii Japanese, particularly Iho-io
who can sing Hawaiian songs, will en
tertain the officers with a few selec
tions. K. Ynsumoii, n clerk and a baseball
enthusiast, will sing "Aloha Oe." Ho
Is a good baritone singer, having sang
on similar occasions.
Honolulu,, Oah'u T. II.,
1 Sept. iClli. .1908.
Messrs. Illshop lnsuinnce Agency,
.Limited, General Agents of tho
Fireman's Kund Insurance Co.,
Honolulu, T. II.
I deslro to express my appreciation
of tho very prompt and courteous
manner In which. In within one-half
hour after I had reported to 1011 tho
fact that my nuto had been scorched
by fire, you secured estimates 11s to
tho cost of repairing samo nnd hand
ed mo a check to cover the cost of
suld work. You certainly evidenced
a very strong deslro to "make good"
under your policy.
Youis very truly,
J. J. HEI.SBR.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record Sept. 16, 1908.
Annkalea and wf to M A Uego...I)
Kaelemanu to Kkau l.anal PA
Joseph Kaul and wf to Albert A
John Walker Notlro
J I, PI 1 1 pa and wf to W A Kinney. .1)
Georgo II Akuu et nl to Allco I.
Mauocl Rodriguez nnd wf to J II
Schnnck tr M
Koloa Sugar Co to W Pfotonhaucr
Entered for Record Sept 17, 1908,
L.izzio it Ainfiuamino aim nsu to
Mrs Amelia P Fernandez Jr...M
Territory of Hawaii to County of
James Steward and wf to Yeo Yap.D
Charles P Kalelkun and wf to Ern
est K Kiial M
WORK IN DOUBTFUL STATES
NEW YORK, N. Y Sept. 4. Nn
tlonal Chairman Mark and iiiomherH
of the Eastern Democratic campaign
committee held u three-hour confer
ence this afternoon and tallied over
tho situation In each of thu Stated
along the Atlantic seaboard. After
a consideration of tho leports from
tho National Committeemen present
It was decided that New York, Con
ned lent, Hhodo Island, New Jersey,
nnd Delawaio were debatable Slates
and that nn ncttvo campaign from
now on should be waged to Bwlng
them Into tho Democratic column.
Members ot tho committee reported
that In their States every effort
would ho mado to secure tho nomina
tions ot tho strongest candidates for
places 011 tho Stnto tickets in older
to mako moro votes for llrynn and
Kcm. National Committeeman Sauls
bury told Hie committed that tho
fight In Dclawaro was confined large
ly to local Issues, but that with or
ganized effort on the part of tho
Stnto and National committees the
Democratic ticket would win,
Thursday, September 17.
Stmr. Maul, Brulm, from, Hawaii.
7:12 n. m.
Stmr. Clnudlnc. Dennett, from Hllo
and Maul, 4:35 n. in.
Jr. bk. Salnlo Anne, ucnard, from
Nowcnstle, 7 n. m.
Wednesday, September 10. .
Stmr. I.lkoHko. Nnonaln. for llama.
sun pons, 6:30 p. m.
Slmr. Klnau, Gregory, for Kauai. S
Per tmr. Claudlnn. lif.ntmii fmi
Hllo and Maul. Komi 17 iru a
Chauiberlalu, Miss K. Ilala, A. 1 c!
i-ansn, j. i'. uoiiiinn, 11. 1.. Cotburn,
Mr. Aping, Mr. Achong, Mrs. II, Shel
don, A. S. Hurtwell, Miss A. Hocking,
Mlsa II. Hocking, Miss M. Hocking, S.
Hocking, Mrs. mid Misses Holding (v)a
Airs. 1;. i.ewis, miss iiannestiul, Misses
(2) mid Master Cuminlugs. II, Shlir-i.
to, Mr. Aid, It, McKcnzIc, It, Gorman,
Air, Mao, anil 1.1 on deck.
Per P. M. S. S. Korea for Sail Kraii-
Cisco, Sept. 20. John (lull, Miss N. I,.
Plimpton, Miss (1. Plln,-pton, Geo. II.
McClellan, Miss Norn Swnnzy, Georgo
It. Caiter nnd wife, W. Woltcrs, I,.
Schweitzer and wife, H. It. Ilemenway,
wife mid Infant, C, M. Uivsted, Mrs.
I.ovsted, Miss Alice Ruth, Andrew
Adams, Miss Violet M. Athcrtoii, 13.
A. Dowser. Mrs. .1. N. Grant, Mrs.
Cinok, child mid nurse, Mlsa T. Van II.
Duper, Alexander Young, wlfo iind
daughter, Mrs. K. Porler, Mrs. 11. II.
Gmrlson, I). V. G.indln, II. 11. Wil
liams. Wlnslow W. Churchill, W. W.
van Wluklo mid daughter Mrs. Anna
Htdey and sou, Mr. llleau, Mrs. V. K.
Kernald, (leu. I'crnnld, Miss Green,
Miss Knton, R. Smith, Clinton 11.
Illlggs, Dr. Klllott, Miss Elliott, Mis.
Dudley. II. M. Coke, and wlfo, Wallace
Coke, Miss i:ila Mclneiiiy, K. lwn
kanil, N. Mnniuez, Horaco Johnson,
R, R. Swift, Mrs. Wilson. M. I.. Tower,
Capt. Nichols, Mrs. Albert J. hyon,
John Romanis, Miss Allen, A. Lolpslc.
Per stmr. Klnau. Gregory, for
Kauai, Sept 17, 5 p. 111. MrB. Kula
Aklu and child, Miss Souza, Rnsle Ker-
uandez, .Mrs. Francis Gay, J. S. K.
Cushlngham mid wlfo, Mrs. W. W.
Stodnit mid child. Hong Chack, M.
Mcndozn mid wf, C. II. Hofgaard and
wife, Illshop Ilestarlck, Miss Rcstar
Ick, Mrs. C. P. Rccs, Miss I. Jacobson,
Miss M. Anderson, Miss A. llano, MI11.1
Whlttlngtnu, Mrs. II. Carson nnd '3
children. II. M. Glttel, B. E. Mnhlum,
Miss I,. Kuknhoe, Miss It. Wnla, l W.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
KAUAI ISLAND, SOUTHERLY
COAST, T. H,
Kalanlpuao Rock lluoy, a red and
black H. S., lBt-class ran, loported
ndilft September 10, 1908, will bo re
placed nB soon as practicable.
By order of tho Light-House noard.
STANFORD E. MOSES.
Lloiit.-Commander, U. S. N.. Assistant
to tho Inspector, 12th L. II. Dis
COALS FROM NEWCASTLE.
Tho French lurk Salnto Anno, Cap
tain Henard, arrived this morning, C8
days fiiini Newcastle, with 2000 tons
of coal for tho Pacific Mall Steamship
Company. Sho hud a very nulct trip
throughout, light winds being account
able for tho Blow passage. She Is
docked at tho Channel wharf.
THE CLAUDINE cair-3 In this morn
I113 off her regular run tu and from
Maul and Hllo, with nn nverago crowd
of passengers, and with freight as fol
lows: IC40 bags sugar (from tho Ha
malum mill), 10 bags Hour, 2 horses,
I mule, 30 hogs, 11 packngua hldca,
and 110 packages sundries.
NO ORDERS have yet been received
here In legard to tho navy collier
Satin n, which Is being held hero by
naval authoiltles awaiting orders from
Washington. Sho Is now loaded to
her utmost capacity with coal, mid
meiely waiting tho order to movo.
THE AMI. S. S. Columbian, which
leaves. San Francisco on tho 23rd Inst.,
will tako tho last of tho sugar for this
THE MAUI arrived this morning
fiom windward Hawaii ports, wllh
11,000 lingn of sugar.
THE TUO PIONEER is undergoing
mi ovorhiiullng at tho marine railway.
THE KINAU loaves for Kauai at 5
o'clock this afternoon.
THE l.IKEI.IKE departed yesterday
afternoon for Hawaii.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin, gives a complete summary of
the news of the day. n
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowine-boat, or yacht whiob you
have in mind, We'll havit ready
in no time, and the price WiU be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however: 10
we KNOW. '
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
. . - King near Alapai,
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