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BVBKINO BVrLLBTlKHOKOLUtO. T. H BATURDAY, SEPT. 26, 1908.
WKK LY CALENDAR
Lcahi Chapter No. 2 Regular.
Honolulu Chapter Past Master,
and Most excellent Master.
Hawaiian Consistory Special.
Pacllle Third Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All v 1 3 i 1 1 n k members ot Iho
Order nro cordlnlly Invited to
attend meetings or local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Meets eMvy Monday evening lit
7:30 lu I. t). O. r. Hall, Fort Street.
K. It. HENDRY, Sccrotary.
UKN. F. VICKERS, N. U.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, Ho. 2. K. OF P.
VlMH ovcry 2d und 4 tit Tuesday
ot anvil mouth at 7:30 p. in. at 1C. '.
Hall, corner l'uit und Uerctanla Sts.
Vlilllujr llrothur cordially welco.ns
V. L. LYLE, C. U
V. WAI.DKON, K. of It. & S.
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening; at 7:30 In K. ot I'. Hall,
corner Fort und lleretatila. VUltlng
brothers cordially luvlted to nttond.
A. O. DEERlNQ, C.C.,
JAS. V. WHITE, K.n.3.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. .
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, n. P. O.
12., will meet lu their hall on King
near Fort Streot every Friday even
ing:. lly order of the K. It.:
HENRY O. 1USTOX,
WSI. II. McINEUNY, E. It.
Wm. M'KtNLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofF.
Meets every 2ml and 4 th Saturday
evening at 7 : :tt) o'clock In K. (it I'.
Ilnll, cor. Port nuil Ilerolnnlu. Visit
ing biuthcis cordlnlly Invited to at
tend. W. L. rilAZHU, C.C..
E. A. JACORSOX, K.ll.S.
HCNOfULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY cvenlnss of each month at
7:20 o'clock lu K. of r. Hall, corner
IKtfotanta and Tort streets.
Vltltlnj; Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FltAZEB, W Prcst.
II. T. MOOUI3, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mlv-ra every first and third Thurs
days of eaab mouth at Knights of
ryihlfts Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. 11. ARI.EIGH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orphcum Attendants.
1st Door Waikiki of Central Fire, Stn.
Ask Your Grooer
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS JC0., Ltd.
Fi 8. Nagami..
Kodak Dayalontng, Printing En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. KOIflL 3T. bet. iluuanu & Btltsl.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with taeir new FRENCH
257 Bereffmia St. Phono 1491.
gHT'Tor Rent" cards on tale at
I Bulletin office.
!Ma I. fc)jJiiii- uE.-ai....,.iii.u..i,' .... . .HJBsWkJ...,. ., .- V...
GET that' GAS
cause it will save
you money. The
mere fact that it is
better than a wood
that it will cost less
in the beginning
and will last longer
are mere details. It
is the money you
will save that
Honolulu Gas Co.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
LADIES' FELT HATS. FEATHERS,
lUUlJUflS, iLUWEKS. UHli-
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KING ST.
TO MAKE YOU
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
House and General Painting.
FINE AND FAT
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right nest to the Orpheum Theater,
Lone up and nave some fun.
Choice TERNS, ROSES and
THEFLOBDZST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
EDGEWORTH and QBOID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market,
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
UsF Don't believe you have tried
your best until you have used a B u 1
1 c t i n Want Ad.
Thurlow's for a lunch oridinner,
Orcat shirt waist sale at Whitney &
Marsh's on Thursday next.
Take your carnuuo or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., tor
up to-date repairs.
John Nohcinca nag thin morning
granted a divorce from Lcpckn on thu
grounds of desertion.
Superintendent Jack McVeigh of the
Leper Settlement will piobably nrrlvo
here from Motokal tomorrow.
All klndi of beor, wine and mixed
drinks are served In the best manner
at the Fashion. Just glvo us a try.
Tho engagement of Miss Hilda Rob
ertson to Mr, William S. Chllllngworth
was announced this morning. This pop
ular couplo Is well known and tho
many fi lends of tho two aro congrat
Minting tlicni theso days.
Another caso of alleged cstato graft
has come to light with tho filing of u
bill to declare and cxecuto n trust In
the caso of Alexander Lazarus vs.
Lena draco Itoscwarno nnd Maria C.
Andrndo In tho Circuit Court this
moraine. It seems, In tho first place,
that Lazarus had considerable prop
erty In nnd near Honolulu, and, not
being nblo to take caro of It, an agree
ment was made whereby Lena Rose
warne was nppolnted trustco of this.
Reposing great confidence In her, the
allegation) say, Alaxander Lazarus
gave her an account book In the Phoe
nix Company with 11000 on tho credit
side. Again on account of his great
confidence In her, ho turned over to
her 1000 which ho had saved for
many years nnd which ho kept burled
In Iho giound. Tho. property which ho
owned around town was also deeded to
her. The vnluo nf this Is not glien.
The following statement covers the
casn. ns Bet forth In Iho documents:
"That mild ilofnmlnnt Tnn i)n.n.
warne, well knowing tho condition,
mental and physical, of your orator,
and well knowing his Ignorance of his
lights In the premises, nnd by fraud,
Vllful misrepresentation, und fraudu
lent concealment nf tho facts, and well
knowing tho full conlldenco tho plain-
uu piaceu in licr, nt tho time, pro.
cured orders from your orator for tho
payment to her of nil his. tho plain
tiffs, money In tho Phoenix Company
und procured deeds and bill of salo
without uny consideration wlintoyer."
Thu defendant, Lonnwarno, Is tho
niece of the plaintiff.
MANY SHARES IN
J. M. Dnwsnlt. nvnrtlfn,- nf llm t,a.
talo of Anna Green, deceased, hied
his account y for approval in tho courts
thltt lnnrnlnr It la .,. , ,u... ....
jr n- ". oimvu null Jllluu
Green nnneil tho following shares of
siock in local concerns: 00 shares O.
H. & L. Co., par valuo per sharo, $100;
77 shares I.-I S. N. Co., per valuo icr
Bharo, 1100; 240 shares Honolulu Iron
Works, nar V.lllln nnr nhorn tlnrt. inn
shares Western and Hawaiian Co!, por
...i.iu jrui Mmro j; iuuu snares uoKala
Sugar Co., par valuo por Bharo $20.
i m .
(Continued from Pase I.
of Punn, D. Howahowa of Hllo, W. N.
Kauahlpaula of Hamakun and II. M.
Knnlho of Kohnla; HhorlfT. W. Kcola
nul; Clerk. W. K. Kdmunds; Treasur
er, T. K. l.alakea; Comity Attorney,
Chas. Williams; Auditor, Chas. Ma
gulro; Deputy Sheriffs, B. H. Haiihco
of Puna: for Supervisors. Hnwelu of
Puna. Todd and Kahami of Hllo, Purely
Tho "Ku Mnlamalania," n Hawaiian
paper, says that Chas. Notloy is not
running ns a Delcgato for Congress
and that this Is tho reason why ho Is
put tin for Senator from Huwull. It
Is expected that Eugcnu Lyman Will bo
tho Homo Itulo candidate for Dolcgatu
to Congress fthlB term. Notlcy has,
however, filed his nomination papcis
as n candidate for Delegate, and tho
ttory Is not bellovcd by Notlcy's clos
est friends here.
Temperatures I! a. m., 78; 8 a. m
S; 10 n. in., 77; noon, 80; morning
naromctcr, 8 n. m 30.01; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m 7.288 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m,
"8 per cent; dow jwlut, 8 n. in., 08.
Wind 0 a. ni., velocity 3, direction
N. E,; 8 n. m velocity 1, direction N.
W.; 10 a. in., velocity 0, direction S.
W.; noon, velocity 3, direction N. E.
Itnlnfnll during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, -109 miles.
I have beon regularly nominated by
tho Democratic County Convention
for thn nffleo of
REPRESENTATIVE OF THE
and I lequest tho support of tho
- ROBERT, K. PAHAU.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO P.T PTTOMT. K9K
ITHE BEST "FITTERS"'.!? TOWN."
. . i , .,. ! trrrtnsjt--' -r'n-
WONT GETS OUT
NI5W YOIIK, N. V Sept. 2B. Scnntor Uupont of Mnryland, who,
with Senator Penrose, has been one of the leading directors of tho Re
publican ,Kutlonnl .campaign, hns resigned, following the expressed wish
of I'irsidcnt Roosevelt. Dupont Is the head of the Powder Trust nnd has
strong affiliations with Standard Oil.
BROKERS HELD FOR LARCENY
NRW YORK, N. Y Bept. 2C. Rvo members of the stock brokcrngo
firm of Aj O. Ilrown & Co., 'which recently failed, have been nrrcsicd for
larceny. This Is tho firm of which ex-Congressman Ltttlcflcld was np
polnted receiver, .. ,
FROST CHECKS CHOLERA
ST. PKTKRSIIimd, Russln, 8opt. 2S. Frost Is checking the spicad
of cholera, There ore 3fi" new cases In the city und 102 deaths.
m i i m
BEVERIDGE STARTS CAMPAIGN
NBW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 25. United States Benntor Uoverldge ot
Indlann ened the Republican campaign In this Stnto tonight.
. ; i .. '-
' WAAJfcS I4LN-MINUI FLIGHT
LK MANS, France, Sept. 25. Wilbur Wright 'kcpfhls ncroplnno In
the nlr nlno minutes today. He cnrrled a passenger.
m mm m
MAGNATE ROBINSON DEAD
CI.KVISLAND, Ohio, Sept. 25. Frank Vc Hans Robinson, tho trnc
tlon magnate,- In dead ot heart disease.
MANILA'S CHOLERA INCREASE
MANILA, P. I.. Sept,
hero nnd six deaths.
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Sept. 25..
Inated for Congress.
F0REST FIRES ABE CONTROLLED
KUREKA, Calif., Sept.
Is under control.
MINERS RETURN TO WORK
Vo., Sept. 25. Eight thousand minors will resumo
(Continued from Pan 1)
publicans control certain of tho lm-
portnnt appointments under tho
City, should ho bo elected Mayor,
has gained wldo circulation. It hns
called forth much linger, especially
among thoHnwnlhins, who claim that
me new leaders arc taking too much
power Into their own hands. Lauo
himself denies the report.
Tho rumor has It that on tho night
of the convention, after the first two
utiiium lur MKjur iiiui neon iiiKen,
and after Hustnco had withdrawn,
Lane had a conference with A. L. C.
Atkinson, Delcgato Kalanlnnnole,
Clarence Cooke, and Charlie Chlltlng-
worih, nt which hn agreed thnt In
exchange for tho votes controlled by
them, notably some- of the Third
Precinct of the Fourth District, bo
would give them tho sny about ccr
taln appointments, nnd It is hinted
that the road supcrvlsorBhlp was
Lane Denies Report
L.ano denies tho report absolutely,
saying that ho bclioves that tho
Mayor should be absolutely Indepen
dent In action, although he should bo
willing to tnlto advlco from compe
"Thcro was no conference held
thnt night, or nt any other time,"
said Lane this morning when asked
about tho matter, touching on tho
point that certain appointments had
to bo mndo on anybody's say-so.
Vida Still a Candidate
It was reported by politicians who
claim to know, thnt Henry Vlda, who
Is very angry over tho fact thnt tho
Fifth District delegates at tho Dem
ocratic convention were not allowed
to vote for him, . thus killing hit
chances for a nomination for Super
visor, will run as a candldnto for tho
Hiimo ofllco'on the Homo Rule-Labor
ticket. Achl. who Is the lender ot
this combination, snld this morning
that while Vlda had not romo to sco
him yet, he had heard that hn In
tended to ask 'for such a nomination,
nnd ha should bo very clad to wel
come him back to his fold.
Tho Democrats aro much wrought
up over this matter, stating that
should Vlda take bucIi action after
taking the ptedgo to support tho
Democratic p'la'tfprm nt tho conven
tion a few dnysngo, ,it will reveal
him ns a man who Is utterly devoid
Atkinson Quite 111
Chairman Atkinson of the Repub
lican Central Committee has not been
at his offlco ,for n.coupjo of days, as
ha Is confined to his bed by Illness,
His partner, Judge Quaiies, said this
morning that he had visited Atkin
son last evening, and had found thnt
ho suffered from a severe cold, which
had Bcttlcd on his 1(1 tigs, and lo wrs
threatened with pneqmonla. Ho Is,
however, undor competent care, and
It Is hoped that ho will bo able to bo
about in a few days. Should tho Ill
ness prove to bo serious, tho Repub
licans will have to look, about for
another campaign manager. Many
leaders believe that 'in every event
Atkinson should confine his work to
the Oahii campaign Instead ot going
"ifVfr - - , W-tit41il(iKWiiajj-u.M..
are forty-two new cases of cholera
-Nicholas Longworth has been renom-
wind has abated nnd the forest flro
Democrats To Meet
Tho Democratic County Commttteo
nnd tho candidates on the ticket will
hold u meeting this evening nt which
campaign plans will bo discussed.
The leaders aro In favor of having it
short and sharp campaign, and It Is
practically that thoy will t.tart with
a ratification meeting on October 10,
as Link McCamlless will be buck from
his tour of Maul and Hawaii bv
thnt time, and tho lendors would not
think of missing Link.
After all I.-I. Candidates
The Achl forces hold a meeting
this morning nt tho oflUe of their
lender, at which tho plans of their
party wero pretty definitely settled.
It Is now certain that Achl will adorn
the combination Labor and Homo
Rule ticket ns candldnto for tho May
oralty. Pocpoe and Ilroad 'will run
for the Senate, and Kalauokalani Sr.
for tho Hoard of Supervisors. It Is
also fairly certain that tho fuslon
Ists will endorso Cathcart for Coun
ty Attorney, Wlso for Sheriff, Holt
for Deputy Sheriff, Knlniiokalanl for
County Clerk, and Ulckncll for Au
ditor. Achl will make his principal fight
ngninst nil of tho candidates on both
tho Republican nnd tho Democratic
tickots, who have at any tlmo been
connected with tho Inter-lsland
Steam Navigation Co. Ho claims
that that concern Is n monopoly
which Is trlng to control tho poli
tics of Oahu. and his forces will con
sequently bo started on tho warpath
against Jnrrctt, Rose, Hurvoy, Lane,
Long Not Eunninz
. a report lias been In circulation
during the Inst fow days to tho ef
fect that Carlos Long would run for
tho office of County Attorney as' an
Independent candldnto. This rumor
wus sot to rest this morning by Long
himself, who stated that ha did not
Intend to run for nny offlco. It ap
pears that the rumor gained Its stnrt
from tho fact that somo pld cards
loft over from n previous election In
which Long was a candidate, and
which nsked for votes for that office,
hud been seen In Long's office, nnd
tho party who saw them thought as
a consequence that Long was"but af
ter the pfflco again.
- - T
(Continued from Pa .11
used to tho fluctuations in tho pit,
nnd his nerves havo become, as iron
through long acquaintance with tho
rlso nnd fall of tho luva. Madam
Polo's flirtations wero so obstreper
ous nnd varied, lust previous to ths
earthquake, that tho watchman ,Bkl-
iioocd to the Volcano House for com-
When-'your eyes crow tired a'fter
reading, there's something WRONG.
tome ana have them examined.
i W Mfci&JlUiutilfcti ..
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Saturday, September 26,
BAN, t'ltANClbUU Bulled Scpi. 2G:
U. B. Alameda, nun. for Honolulu.
tt tt tt it tt a m n m n t: k a n a
Cut Glass Galore
Speaking of tho damage occasion
ed by tho shnko Sunday night, It Is
simply wonderful tho amount of geii'
iilne cut glass thnt was smashed. Al
though (ho .damage sustained In nny
single instance, by cither private
family or business house, has hot ex
rceilcd $50, thero was ,a trllle over
thrco million dollars' worth of cut
gtass'dtslodgcd and smashed on tho
floor by tho 'quake thnt Is, If your
correspondent Is to believe nil the re'
ports of disaster to this, particular
lino of goods. ,At tho hospltnl. Dr.
Hnycs rrports the brick chimney
cracked across niul the upper portion
turned hnlf-wny round on the lower
base.. The High School suffered no
inmnge. At Ferndalc station, on the
Hllo railroad, the wntcr tnak came
to the ground.
Damage Down Town
Tlio Serrao bulldlnsT, nt the comer
of Shlpmnn und Ilridgo streets. Is
cracked slightly on both frontnges.
Tho bottled pickles, sauces, Jams,
and other things fell lit a mass In
tho Serrao and Tumor groceries, a
beautiful blend of sweets and sours
pouring out ns soon ns tho doors
wero opened. Glassware and bottles
In Serrno's, Demosthenes', and other
places went from bar to floor, the
liquid stocks In pantries and whole
sale houses nlso blending with (he
broken glasi. Thcro was much
cleaning up to bo done excript nt the
Peacock wholesalo house, where Aus
tin has his goods wired In nnd conse
quently lost only one bottlo of sake.
Hut tho Peacock block was not so for
tunato, tho four corners on tho Ilrldgc
street side of the Hllo Dank win
dows nrc chipped oft, though noth
ing touched them. Thero Is n crqfk
In the plaster In the bank several
feet long nnd several Inches wide,
which also shows In tho County At
torney's ofllco on the other side of
tho wall. In tho sitting room up
stairs and lu tho hall thero was hcio
and thero a light sprinkling ot plas
ter on tho floor, nnd tho big wntor
cooler went off Its base. At Holmes'
wtoro It was tho crockery that suffer
ed most. Soap foil to the floor In
barber shops, n window In the Intcr
Island offlco was smashed, two win
dows In thq Herald office were brok
en nnd ono press was moved flvo
Inches out of plumb. Tho top of the
1 1 tt to shoo shop next door was about
tlirco Inches out of plnco overhang
ing tho sidewalk, and tt has slnco
been moved back Into position. Tho
Hllo drug storo lost n couplo of bot
tles, everything thcro being wired,
and thcro was no dnmngo nt Ken
nedy's jewelry Btorc, not even a plcco
of cut glass cracked.
It was near Kalapann thnt thrco
houses, occupied by Hawallnns, fell
to tho ground. At the Hawaiian Ma
hogany enmu. Superintendent Snm
Johnson was thrown from his bed.
Ho Immediately rushed to the mill,
where ho found nil tho lampH uppet
nnd extinguished, but no dnmngo
done. At WnlmcnChurllo Hull lan
ded on thn floor nftor retiring early.
At tho plantations, tho mill machin
ery Is being carefully examined, and
from nil parts ot tho Island the re
ports como of mnro or less sovcrity
in tho shako and ot more, or less dam-
ago. Tho privuto houses seem to
have suffered the most nnd the loss
from broken furniture nnd glasswaro
must mount up to many thousands
of dollars from all parts of the Isl
ino unnquct given on Tuesday
evening to Link McCandlcss at De
mosthenes Ilotol created llttlo less
excitement than tho earthquake. It
was corfalnly an up-to-date affair,
and tho lucky ones who gnthercd
about the board Burely had tho tlmo
of their lives.
Tho work of laying tho track on
tho now plcco of rondway from Wal-
nkea to tho breakwater Blto has
been going on since last Monday, and
It Is expected that this particular
span will bo ready for trains In
about ten days. A dozen cnrloads of
tics are on hand and moro nro on
the way, so that thcro will ho no de
lay on thnt bcoro. Quito u largo
gang nro busy ballasting, laying ties,
nnd spiking rails west of the rail
road shops. The shore end Is nil
ready for business. The offlco build
ing, thnt will accommodate tho book
keeper, draftsmun, nnd Mr. Metjcer's
office Is completed and palrited. Tho
uig track scale has been Installed
nnd tested nnd a scalo houso has
noeii erected over thu beam
ino now Masonic building Is fast as
sliming shape us thu massive elrdnrx
r.re swung Into place. This now build-
iiiK win no lar ahead or anythlug In
Hllo for either beauty, strength or or
nament. Well arranged storqa with
plate glass windows will occupy tho
lower lloor. It Is Btated that two of
tho stores nro spoken for alrcftly by
ttiLutUl&biftlU tAi. .'- -U ,-,flwtMri
Saturday. September 20.
Slmr. Muttna iKcn, Freeman, ftoui
Hllo nnd Maul, 7 a. nt. ...l
Friday, September 25.
Stmr. Claudlnc, Dennett, for Maul
and Hllo, 5 p, ni. (
Per stmr. Mnunn Ken. Freeman,
from Hllo nnd Maul, Sept. 2(i. Mrs. 3.
II, Sopor, W. C. Tcasdalc, Mrs. Teas
dale, D. O.Woolcn, Ah Sing, Leo Sam
Yet, Miss A. Drelcr, Miss E. Sargent,
Oco. W. Cnrr. Rov. W. E. Potwlne, S.
8p!tr.cr, Dr, C. II. Wood, T. A. lllrm
Inghnm, O II. Mayer. Rov. C. D. Wil
liams, A. W. Dunn, Y. M, Jnoneii, Mrn.
Jnonen, Miss L. Irwin, Miss II. Irwlu,
Master II. Davlcs, Miss K. Holstclii.
Chas. II. Ilall, Itov. II. Hlmlzit, J. H.
Wale, It. E. Mist, II. II. Kenton, J no.
Hind, It. It. Elgin, Mrs. II. W. Mist.
Jns. Llndsoy, S. W. Nnwahl, W. L
Whitney. S. Odn, Mrs. Oda. Master B.
Odn, A. T. Wakefield, A. Aalbcrg. 1). K
Knhaulello, M. Mlyado, Rev. V. Time
tco, Mrs. A. Unca nnd child, Oco. Coop
er, N. Imnfugl, J. M. Poopoe.
Per Stmr. Claudlnc. Dennett, for
Maul and Hllo, Sept. 25. MIkh Lily
Pnty, Mrs. II, A. Ilaldwln, Mrs. Pfrrd
licr, S. M. Kauokonni, wlfo nnd ihlld,
L. A. Andrews nnd wife, Miss Dietrich,
Miss Johnson, A. V Peters, J. A.
Ahcong. Mrs. M. l'anientn, Miss A. Pn
mentn, Katie Hala, Mrs. Fernandez.
Morston Campbell, Mr. Newell, Gov
ernor Frcnr, Ah Kce, Ah Ping.
THE MAUNA KEA undo port early
this morning off her regutnr run from
Hllo nnd Maul. Bhn mn'da a special
ttlp during tho middle of tho week
from Hllo to Knllua, taking delegates
to the Hawaii County llonu; Itulo con
vention, which was held thcro. After
tho convention, u big luau was held.
and then tho delegates leturned on thu
Mnunn Ken lo Hllo. Tho vcst-cl sillied
again on her regular time, bringing tho
following cargo: 1 bag coin. 1 bov
chickens, 2 horses, 3 empty carboys,
2 bags carrots, i empty kegs, 7 bags
uwo, 8 bags cabbages, 15 packages veg
etables, 20 empty kegs, 21 bags turn,
22 crates celery, f0 barrels empty bot
tles, 19 packages sundries.
PURSER PETE PHILLIPS of tho
Miiuna' Ken reports sugar mi Hawaii
ns follows: Olaa, ll.fi.Hi; Wulnaku,
21.100; Ononiea, 17,833: Pcpcckeit,
4800; Kiikalnu, 19no; Hamakun. HI.OOii;
Paauhau. 1085; Punnluu, 7SS0; llo
THE NEXT sailings of Iho Amor'
can-Hnwallan fleet for this port nro
tho Alaskan from tho Sound on Oct
ober nth, nnd tho some vessel from
Sun Francisco on October llitb.
THE ARIZO.N'AN arrived nt Hllo
Filday morning, tho day after sho wus
expected at that port.
EWA SCHOOL IS
Mrs. N. Allen Hmllli nrliirhi'il i.f Iho
Ewn school, nppcared bcfoio Siipcrlu-
luiiuum in iiisiriiciiiiu , iiniiniu iliu
mornlnir with u trtln nt wrtn H.,-
school Is so ovcrcinwdeil that It Is al
most impossible, to go ahead with any
With a five-room schoolhouse un her
hands nnd With but four Innelmru In
do tho work, Mrs. Smith Is, in the Ian-
K'lago in mo puei, strictly "up against
It." She now lias "21 nimllu .-uul II, ,,,.
i.ro 27 on the waiting list.
wiuit in do in this case.hns not yet
been decided by Mr. llalibltl. but h-i
will probably make arrangements so
tllllt Illl Of tho intuitu run lm m-mm.
mod a ted.
PLANS FOR FLEET '
("Continued frnm Pdm 1
While here, the ships will bo supplied
with oil by Chalmers Graham, whu
has been uw.irilpil :i cniiltiiot i ,nni
oil to tho ships.
All nppioprlutlon of J300 will bo nee
cssnry lo defray tho expenses for thn
excursion nnd tho luncheon for the of.
fleers. Mr. Van Viilkcnberir lu urn.
paring Iho list of tho linltcd guesta
who may nccompany tho officers to
Pearl Harbor nnd Wnhlawa.
Tho ofllcerB will bo furnished with
tho man folders nf Onliu u il,., i
can familiarize themselves with points
If UeCCSsarV n tnnr.n,tl,,w. ...Ill I.,.
taken along lu tho Iroquois to be used
by n kamnnlim in ,.vi,ii n ,i..... ...
lnteijcst. In nnd around Pearl Harbor,
.. '. ,l "L "l0 "'ooting wero Messis.
Waldron, Fred Smith, w. E. Ill own
Kmll O. rternill V,. v,.ib....i... !
r. "" mi.-IHii;it, "111
merchants who aro now located on
! I ont streot.
ino luomlsed production by thn
local nntntpnru lu nu-fiii,..i ...n, .
... : . - -".n--u nun iiiucii
Interest. The r .nctliur lu ,.,iii,.
miles ahead of an thing that has como
licru from tho coast.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowine-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll havAit- ready
in tin 4lm m 41.- 1 W7ii . "
in'nO time. Slln iVi nrln Will V. ..
low that you will wonder how we can
U- we Te "one it, however; so
we KNOW, '
Charles 0. Walker.
BotU and Machine Works,
-.... . . Ming near AlapsJ,