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BVEK1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 1908
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USMK & Wlf
Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of tho
Order aro cordially Invited to
altciul meetings of local lodges
HARMONY I0DGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P,
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 hi I. 0. O. 1 Hall, Tort Street.
13. It. HI3NDRY, Secretary.
U13N. 1'. VICKIillS, N. a.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC IQDGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
'Meets ovcry 2d Bnd 4th "Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner l'ort and lierctaula RU.
.Visiting nrotliora cordially welcome
W. L. LYLK, C. C,
P. WALDKON. K. of U. & 8.
0A1IU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third 1'rl-
l day evening at 7:30 In IC. of P. Hall,
, corner lort anil iierctauia. visiiinis
If bi others cordially Invited to attend.
a. o. nnnuiNo, c.c.
JAS. W. WIHTI3, K.U.3.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 010, D. P. O.
?.. l . Ill .nnn, I . Il.ftl.. l.fltt in Tv I M 1
near Port Street every lYlday even
ing. lly order of tho 13. It.:
IH3NRY C. 13ASTON,
VM. II. McINP.RNY, D. R.
Wo. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets ccry 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
cvcaliii; at 7:30 o'clock In K, of T.
Hall, cor l'ort and llerotnnla. Vlslt
lng brothers coidlnlly lnlted to attend.
m 13. A. JACOIISON. K.R.S.
t HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 1th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
IV 7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cornor
Dcrctanla and Port streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to nt-
W. I,. PRAZI3E, W.. Prost.
B. II. T. MOORE. Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
. .. . .
jvieoia every mm nnu mini rnurs
days of each month nt Knight of
Pythias" Hall. Vi3lttns hrothors cor-
t dlaliy invited to attend.
a. n. AKi.i.iuu, snctiem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.,
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orphcum Attendants.
1st Door Waikiki of Central Fire Stn.
Ask Your Grocer
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd.
X SANTOS MANAGER
Union Strec near Hotel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
30 - fltlA V 4TlA "
with their new FRENCH
f-T ory-cicanine process.
,iai iicreiania at. rnone isui.
iwillFnf ' Rent" cards on salA M
We sell you stoves
payment plan. "
Honolulu Gas Co.
v f' i LIMITED t-i -
Always Fresh, at
Fort and King St.
JUST RECEIVED rROM S. F.
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIP-
Are Sold at Very Rtasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order,
V i ' '
. .j. Kr
1 Yo'make YOU -
Posters; etc; ' Jt
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
House and General Painting.
MISS POWER'S "
Millinery Parlors, .
BOSTON BLDK, 2ND FL00B.
5 C CI0AR. 5 0.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
V" rDlgTRlBUTORS. ,
EDGEWORTH'and QB0ID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market..
nnd HYRTLE CIGAR STORE. .
I r '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
To fln'da house, .a bareain-a ser
vant, anything butf trouble,, use .a
Bulletin Want Ad.
Thurlow's for a lnnoh or dinner.
Itolit.ftahMIn earn. Htkydi). 8tl)U.
Now iiaraaols at Wlillnoy ti Marsh'8.
Hon. J. V Moaiiaull of Hawaii li
In town on IjiirI'iobh.
O. P. Wlltlor and A. Oartluy camo
back today from llawuli.
W. n. YuuiiR and family wcro ar
rlviiln In tho Manna Koa toilay.,
In Kails', recital nt Blslioy lmll Sat
urday OMlllntS Qct.'S. Don't forget.
P. .T. lliv,HV lJt olllco Imiuiictor, ro
tinned today TrOin lila ofllctal tiiur.
6Hv, B. I.. Dcilm of l)llo Ih III town,
having iiirht'd lti llio laitha Kca trt
(lay! Dr. C. II. Cocipor returned thin mom
Int; on tlio I.urllno from n trip to t'.e
Lorrlu AtidrewH Is now clialrmanof
tho He)iulillcnu County ronuultteu at
Aim. Mellh lias returned from her
vacation, and Is ngaln nt hur dresi
makliiR ijai'loiB. . . ,
Tnko your1 carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., for
up to-date repairs. (. , , "
, Extraordinary. ..bnrKalnH infoval! nt
niom'8 all iier week. Ono third to
one half off regular prlccn.
JiuIko Itoblns'in's JurorH aro rctjucit
ed o be In nttendancu In Court Mon
day piornlnK at 1Q o'clock..
Mlnnlo Prantx was tills mornliip
Kranted a dlvorcp from Kreilurlc on ll.o
Kioiiiufrf or cyttromd'cruulty.
1'or a cup of really Rood tea or cof
fee, try the Alexander Young Cafe.
Or, If 11'h a hot day( try I lie hoda foun
Win. K. Ixaac, a politician, who wait
fornieily emplnyrd by the Territorial
Clovertiniont, camo down from Hawaii
"Cliaileu Wlrlh, forineily with tho old
VKlainl and llufldlo brcwerlex. Ban
Kraticlucn, Ih visiting relative)! In Ho1
. It Is expected that tlio'flrst siilpinent
of'olil.i lies will 0 forward from Hilo
In abdill llneo' wr(Cka by tho Umlly'C
J. M. Diiwuett nnd .1, I.lKhlfoot ni
rived tliln inoriiliir, In the Mauua Kca
I.ltihtfoot wus hi Wallukn on legal
bllslUGHM. j , t ,
CJiiartermaBler O. If. Toiler of tho
Arlznnui) H In tho llilci houliltal, li iv
Inii uililorgon'o nn operation for uih
Hmry Wharton wad IIiIh niomlus
nppolnted udnitnlRtrntor of the thtate
of Ann i II, Whaiton. Tlio, eBtalC Is
valued nt $250,0. v ,, t
Qoat yoiir Iron' roofs with ''Arabic"
You will be surprised at, tts .cooling
and preservative' properties. California
feed Co.', agents. v "
Tho N. fl. Sachs" Dry Goods Co. 'have
ree'ehed n"full "llew lino of fall and
winter goods', kultlngs, nnd (rlmnilngs
In tho very latest fashloiiH.
A business meeting will bo held by
tlio Clirlttlan Kndeavor Society of Cen
trnl Union Church this evening lit 7:30
o'clock In tho clulrdli purtou
Coca Cola haypiovcd to hti the bev
erage that la niost'sdltcd'to tho ell
mate of lloublulti. 'Order a case nnd
try It. lliwulljii Soda WorkH, phono
(Chan. Kcknpa, a Hawaiian, IIiIh
morning appeared In tlio police court
on four charges of laiceny of blcyclcn.
lie wan sentenced to Imprisonment for
Marshal Hendry yesterday 'received
n number of circulars describing ile
scrlers fiom the'Army, and offering a
...... J....1 ..V ltw .1.11, ...... ..!l .4.t. nm.
lunuiil til llil UUlltUB IIM UUUII UI1U
Picsldent C. K. Notlcy of tho Home
Ilulu party wan amoug the incoming
pasicngcrn. In the ;Mamm eu today.
Ho will speak ac the AaU juilc 'meet
lug tonight. , ; f V
Why In-tho Manhattan Cafo'aiwi.y3
full of customers? Kecauso jihdy servo
tho bes't of' every thlilg In milrt t.ml
span stylo for a moderate pride. TiMy
1 Thq N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Oo. -Will
bo prepared to show a beautiful as
fcortnicnt (if Importod hats tiiltMouday,
Tuesday and Wednesday of thtfc wtlk,
ns well as thcir'own creations.
J, 11. 1,'ovy & Cb., grocers,' inad a
siieclnlty of family trade. Tho closest
attention Is paid' to all phone ofrlcrs,
nnd deliveries ah prompt nud'tiiie
fully inaUe. king street, phono 7t. '
' Thor aUionly twenty palm' let of
lAlid, Schober & Co.'s Red Kid Slip
pers at tho Melnerhy Shoo Store'; They
are soiling at' $2.50, and tlioy are jiist
tho thing for tho 0psy Kncampmcnt.
After seeing tho Kddy Refrigerator
ou will' understand why itI4 so su
perior to all ulherH as an ico and food
saver, Sco It before you buy your
refrigerator. Theo.-lf.-DaVlesr& do',
Tho police, with" tho asBlslancb of
tho police liuieau of tho Knahuinanu
bc1i(o1h, .captured n,joungj.niai)' who
has been mailing a' public pulsauce of
Jirtisof for tho last few .weeks. "Ho
was captured nut near tho Susannah
Chairman of tho Hoard of Rcclntin
tlon, R, A. Lyman, reports a heavy In
crcuso til ihd. registration of Poiln
gueto throuplioilt' thV Kiint noitrefn
tallvo District. 'On tbd whole thoie
will be platfeor r,giStraloif(liin, in
I3fli.tOny ,a,few iireclnets, liidUatiuir
llttia or.;ho,gin.--i , "'
Tho.bebt hand book tif Hawaii ever
gotten out, ity, l)aldwp's geography
of tho Hawaiian Island, fins' been re
ceived here.' The"Tidoks Is 'ptibllshcd
by tho Amcilcan Dook Company.
While thero nre a few minor errors
in It, as n whole, tho' nook Is ono of
the most reliable texts' over published
about thcho islands.1
Charles Kuhlllaulanl Nntley, .Hrviio
Mule candlda(o foj- Delmto to Con
giosi. rbefstcieil. yesterday moin'lig
n Illlo as No. 1423. 10th precinct. Ka
phe. Paaullp. Tho Homo Rule le.idui's
vlblt,Iiei' war. a short phe. JIu call"d
nt tho pounty oflfcfciJ.'rbinilliioH ilwit
twenty minutes, "went off to Hainukun
and will catch a steamor at Kawallne
to make n.nulck return to nonolvjlu.
jierjim.- ; ,,v ( ,,
WASHINQTON, D. C Oct, 2.
that the Investigation of II. S. Attorney llreckons of Hawaii will pro
ceed In tho absence of the accusing witness, Rev. K. W. Tliwlng, who Is
going to Chinn ns secretary of tho Reform iltlrcaii, but who has prepared
affidavits Upon which tho Investigation will bo based.
TERRIBLE FLOOD HAVOC
1IYDRRAI1AI), India, Oct 2. The
tal nfty thousand. The dainiiKe dotio amounts to. 111)0,(100,000 nipees. Six
liuudriM bodies weia found li one spot. ,
BATTLESHIP FLEET IS COALING
MANILA, P. I., Oct. 2. The Ilattleshlp Plcot Is coaling nnd will re-
sunie Its voagu nt !) a. in. There has.
RR.N'O, Nov., Oct. 2. Nat doodwln has been granted n divorce from
Mn!iie Hlllott, whom ho married in
m i i m
LIEUT. EVANS WILL FIGHT IT
MANILA, P. I., Oct. 2. Llculeiinnl tivans denies the charges ngninst
him nnd will mnlw a strong content.
(Coatinued from Pice 1)
medicine to.. Ii. 12. Plukhum, then
President of the Hoard of Health, in
i l'lnkliani wrote to them on Octo
ber 2l!lh, 1007, accepting their offer
of the samples mid piomlHlug to try
tho medicine. The flint direct results
that have cijmu to thii luitk.e of tho
authorities Wits that of the in.ui whu
was reuortcd to be tuied. Dr. Way-
son, however, states that It was nbt
bis Intention, nor, he thinks, that of
Dr. Ilrlnckerhoff, that an absolute
cure should be claimed. The reu
leatoii for the report, giving tho cli-
ciiinstanCes nnd recommending that
he be given u l ('-examination, wart
that 1(0 was so far Impiovcd It seemed
u pity to (.online him with men whu
had tho. discaijo ill Its pronounced
form, it was the opinion of Dr. Waj-
hon and Dr. ilrlnckerhoff that tho
man was in such u (ondltlou that he
would not be a menaio to the public.
and they therefme leeoiumcndcd
that he bo nllowcd u ic-cxamluutlon.
The tie.itmont of thii man was
stnried last December, lie has
shown a marked inipiovemenl fiom
the first, but, as his into was n very
poor one for experimental purposes,
the doctors have nut decided whether
this was brought about by tho Nus
tinc or by tho hot b.iths and general
tendency to get well. Ills ease was
not n bad one from tho beginning,
but there has been u (dcady improve
ment In his general uppc.iiaiue.
Ono of the leasans that Dr. Way
Eou.mhnnics for his theory that N'aa
tine has not been J he factor that has
Ibrought about tho so-called "social"
cure Is that threo nthcis, with morn
pionuunied cases, havo been given
tho treatment nt tlio same time as
tills man, under tho samo. fondltlons,
and their londjtlon is unchanged, not
tho slightest impiovcnieut in their
condition being noted. Why should
Xastlnu effect a onio on this man
when the others am notjicucfltcd' l.
the, Question that he nBks.
Wlth lcgaid to the rcpnil of it cmo
byi the. Samo treatment In New Zea
land, Dr. U'ajuon is inclined to be
lieve that the case theie is similar to
the one now .under discussion hcio.
In the Hi st place, the statement In
one of the papers to the effect that
Ioproty scrum had been used In con
junction with Nnstluc, ho utterly dis
credits. . "If a serum had been discovered, It
would have been heralded tho wot Id
aver, and a real cure nilght bo effect,
ed.. Hut, although this miliject has
been htlldlcd ever since the dlscaso
was taken In hand by tho authori
ties, tho cultivation of tho leprosy
germ or bacilli has never been sue
ccssful. What probably lias been
dono has been the, mashing up of tls
sur or a protuberance containing tho
bacilli info a pulp, then making It
Into a sterilized pit. and this, has been
injected along with Nnstlno. I 'be
lieve thnt Dr. llrfnekeihoft Is con
ducting oMicrlmenty nlopg this very
line at tho present, tlmo. 1 do not
think that tho nllcgod cure In Now
Zealand would have, boon announced
had wo not 'beat them to it' by a few
days. We stole their thunder, as It
weie, i)iid now they announce a
Nastlne Is described by the dim
Which manufactures it us follows:
"Pure Nastlno Is n bacterial, cijstnl
Rsablc, and neutral fat (ester of
glycerluo)." Injections of thltr nio
made in tho subcutaneous! fatty tls
sue (the arm, thp, th'Blk Me,Jlncl;
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W: W. Aliana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. -n- PHONE P25.
THENBEBT "FITTEES" IN TOWN,
v if. r ;
Attorney General Ilonaparle states
known ilcathn from the flood'l to
beeii no coinmnnicutlon with tho
l.S9. He ullegcd desertion.
Accurately-fitted glasses save their
owners much trouble.
We fit them that way.
't t" J' 4
OPTICIAN. BOSTON BLOCK
etc.). Dr. Wason snys that Ashl&r
ton Thonipson'. lier.U of ono of the
Inige Institutions In New Zealand, Is
probably thu man who has been ex
perimenting lu New Zealand. Or.
Thompson was in thesa Islands 12 or
l.t j earn ugti, studjlng lepiosy condl
Hoiih: Tho (l.ilms made by Knllu nnd
Comfiauy, tho pinnilfactuiers, mo
slgnlllc'aut lu bearing out Dr. Wny
soii's theory that nn absolute cure
cannot be effecled with Nastlne.
They say: "In most of them (the
cases) thu lepious process will bo ur
'lested; In many Instance.! there Will
lie a maiked' iuipinvcment, wbltli in
,101110 ciiscs( npproxlmntcj nrcure."
I The following description of Nns
, tine came fiom Dr. Iirinrkcrhoff:
I The so-called Nnrtlni) treatment
for lepiosy wan originated by u Dr.
Dc)ikc. ii (lei man lu the employ of
the TuiUlsh ((ivewuuent, and wuik-
,lng nt the Imperial Ottoman Hospital
lu Constantinople. He wan there
for the express purpose of making In
vcillgatloiiB, In leprosy for tho Tmk
The Kiibstaiico which lie calls Nns
tlno is a fatlike substance, extracted
from n stereptathrix which he culti
vated fiom two cases of leprojy un
der his observation. It In not claim
ed that this is u leprosy bacillus pin
per, but Dr. Deyikc thinks that 11 is
a mote primitive fprm of tlio organ
A mnnufnctuilng firm of cliemljta
in Ccrinany have exti acted this fat
in quantities,, fiopi materials furnish
cd by Dr. pcycke, and put It on ,tho
innilvct under (ho name ot "Mistluu.
Very small doses of this bacterial fat,
In solution in olive oil. nio put up
in capsules. Treatment Is by injec
tion of this oil, beginning with small
doses mid giaduully increasing tho
sls-u and frequency. The Idea in be
ginning with small dose's is that too
huge n (Ipse nt first is nttomlod with
reactions huitfiil to tho patient.
The treatment Is being pned in
many other places besides Hawaii,
but llieie aiu as et tew published
reports as to Its success, except by tho
oilglnntor of the treatment hlinsolf,
HANDLESS JvfAN ,
(Continued from Pace U
Implicated lu tho still discovered homo
nine ngn.nn the old Afpng place, wus
one of thnVo Who was1 arrested last
night, an I tho man minus thu hands
has been up on a similar charge bo
foio, his c.iso limine; been nolle
piosscd, probably for Immunity's sake.
The still nnd copious h.uuplcH of tile
brand of booze inanufucturcd in 'tho
wlldtof Manon valley woio biouMit
down ny mo Hovenuo men. jiio int.
ter, by tho way, aro heavy-llddod m
Kleepy-ejed (bis morning, for limy lllll
not get back to tdwn until tho vnjci
siuV Iioiiib. !
SIOQO ASKED FOR
Ilecauso Anlnni Kaal'alAia hro
doviii a fence oil her-property In Iivva,
near Wulpahu, 'in Juno lStlt of tlls
y'enr, (lainag'ed tlm lilopcrty by cut'
ting down' tieVs mid dlsglng unslshUi1
holes In the ground, Rebecca HaMbr
Jiuu Instituted suit Tor $1000 damage's'
Shu alleges that, after these tniBlUt
ly holes were dii(:. that Anlnni Kalilu-
hu-i sold or lented tho grounds bV
tho puiioso of buiylng iiorsons, hu
Hint tlinv uniA'liitrlml '
Registration Hours 8 to 10, 12 to
r"r T- ,
IN rOREIQN P0RT6
Fridav.Oet. 2. 1(508.
PORT TOWNSHND AirlMd Oct. 1:
Itkln, Kllkltat, fiom Illlo Sept. 10.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Oct. 2:
S. S. Mongolia, hence Sept. 21.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Oct. 2:
S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu.
.VICTORIA Arrived Oct. 2:
Ilk. Carrndale, heme Sept. 9.
TilH MAUNA KHA cainO Into port
thin morning from illlo nnd Maul
portr, with thu following c.ugo: 2
antos, 2 bundles S. skins, 2 boxen pigs,
!1 bags coin, .1 crates celery, R bags
cocoa, 8 bags Tel. plus, 8 boxes chick
ens, 9 bags spuds, to bags nwn, ID tubs
sake, ID packages vegetables, 2.1 em
pty Kegs, 31 barrels empty bottles, :il
bngs taro. 40 cihih mi dines, in bun
dles hides, 1230 mltiuad lies, 2'W pack
Tlin rnnNCII Imk Salnto Aii'io.
which ban been illschnri'lug riil -it
the channel wharf for the Pacific Mall,
for sniuo time, left this niorlilif; In
ballnst for Portland to tale In 11 mf,'n
YOUR VOTE can't be counted uip
less you REGISTER. ,
AUTO BILL STUMPS
(Continued from Pace 1)
the sallois nt tho Seaside lintel, nt
which tho ladles w(nild themselvci
fiiinlsh the refreshments, so that they
wanted only about $100, tor deem a
ttons, for IliU nffnlr.
Tliere was 11 balance of JIIO I left
from the other appropriations, and it
was decldrd to let the ladles have
J'.T.O of this. The comiuKtee went
on lectin! ns favoring the giving of
the Bailors ball.
Smith stated that I.lcut. Prvor, In
command ot tlio Fleet patrol, had
asked for, through Secretary Moll
Smith, and luid been given the use
of, u convey nine, and now 11 bill for
S!l.r, for nn auto had been lecelved.
Atl.lnt.on said he thought this was
an unfair diaige, as he did not see
why tho committee should pay for
Chairman Smith said thnt Mutt
Smith hud rung him up late ono
night (lining the stay of the Plcet,
nud had nsked that i.lcut'. 1'rjor be
glVcu tlio use of nn until In mder to
assist him In tho win It. ns such assist
ance hnii been tendered the Atlantic
Fleet p.itiol, Smith had agreed to
this, stating at tho same time that he
bad not the mtthiiiity to ailthiiHre
such n ih.nge.
Peck t..ild the committee had de
cided to pay only lost for nny goodo
of servlco done, and he thought the
bill should be changed.
The bill was finally icferred to
Seeietaiy Wood to investigate.
Vim Vnlkeliberi: staled that the
dates for the IV.11I iluibor excursion
bad been set for Monday nnd Tues
day, Oct. 12lh ami llitli.
Thoso prefcent ut the meeting wero
(1. W. Smith, II. P. Wood. A. I.. C. At
kinson, I,. T. Peck, nnd A. W. van
(Continued from Pace 1)
of tho Territory v. Maurbo, uhargeu
with tape and 11 verdict of guilty v.n
leturned on .luivi lfitli. As a matter
of fact, potsonali' I novcr had mo
ttling to do wllh Ah dice's civil iat.es,
rtever saw tlio pleadings, never nh
peaied in Com I, inner talked with
Ah Cheo, and to lay fiir llio Hist time
learned that theru had been a Milt by
Hnckfetd & Co. against Ah dice, lu
vvhtch Mi. Mllvcrlou filed an uiihwei,
but, lu this case Ah Chea novel paid
11 cent of money, nnd tho statement in
thu Advertiser that C.ilhc.ut and Mll
vcrlou aro still bound by a reluming
feo Id represent Ah dice lu tills case
Is absolutely falfe. Wo havofbecn at
no time under uuy obligations to pm
cced further lu (bo matter. In thu
ticspass case we wero employed In
December 1907 and tho wholo feo pild
"Tho slutomcut In tho Advertiser
thnt A. M. llrovvii was pievented ftoiu
picsslng the Ah C'hco cilmlual c.11.0 as
ho wanted to ihiough Ihu dliect mil
ets of myielf, hi uImi absohilelj ulsp.
"I never spoko to Mr. Hi own about
the cilmlnal enso against Ah Cheo
other than to direct him lo go to Will
nlim nnd piosoculo ns lenuosted by
tho License Insroctor. Ho had his
general Insti actions In prosecute ev
ery enso vigorously mpl to lonvo no
Btoiul unturned -in securing rouvle
tlons. I bellovo Mr. llrovvn did nl,
that could bo do-io In' prosecuting the
eaSo, nnd Mr. Ilrown never knew that
cither Mr. Mllveilon or mys(jlf ij.nl up.
peaiod ni acted ns nltouiejs foi Ah
Cheo lu any civil cnbo.."
Chas. Plpper, a joung man. was (his
morning .biought beroru Judgo An
drndo nn a chargo of Indecent oxpos.
1110. Ho had been annoylns Iho pupils
of tho Knaliiiiiianu school. Tho caso
was, at the icqiiest of tho 1lon.n1l.1nt
who ciilcioit a plea ot not guilty, con
tinued until next Wednesday,
John llaches, nn Atistilnn who lns
befoio been nn Inuiato of tho piison,
w.ia this nicHuing tentenced to rx
months liiipilsounient on a chnrco of
vagrancy. " '
Wealthy widows imisuo Potslnu
sun piicst, who llces to Culiromia. '
? a I 1 ? r V Mm
i75 is ? ?: S-V
'd3&a?a f sr ssf,
it tu 11. t m, i 1 1 m- seta
I ' '
9 r, Jiir, Alill till Vi 5f2 5is q II
1 p.m. I I
(1 ! 1. t. ft It Id IJ . ' fil ft 17 S M
ki 0 '.t'l 7 ."' - I a. 5 ic. it fo
I n in,1 I '
1 ; mi r. 7 . u a a 11 s t,i .-, 15 iu t.
!ln ) W I 07 . .TCI fi W ft II 11 Jl
a id j. 1.7 11 ji j . 11 5 m r. 11 -
ImIO A 111 I
I IISM7 - 7 IV I el fiia 1 12' li'.'
First quarter on the moon Oct. 2.
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours 1
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that ot the meridian of lt7
Icgrces 3o minutes TLo tlmo whlttlo
blows at 1:30 p. m , which is thu sulnu
as drecnwlch, 0 hourc ,0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon aro for local tlmo .'or.itio '
Saturday, Octobtr .1.
Stmr Manila Ken, Freeman, lioni
Illlo nnd Maul, 7 a. in.
St'tnr. Nllhftu, Oneds, from Kuwal
liae. 0:10 11, in.
M. N. S, S I.urllno, Weedon, fiuni'
Illlo, a 111.
Pi Maw October 2.
Stmr. CI1111II110, Itciiiicll, for .Maul
and Hilo. 0:3ft p m.
Slmr. Ilelenu, NcImhi, for Hamahiia
polls, il-in p. Ill,
Sthr. Klauiinco Ward, Plllz," for
Midway, StllO p 111.
Hatunliy, tlctnb-r I
Kr. b't. Snlnto Annu, ""or Poillnti.l,
9 '30 n 111.
PAQENQERS ARRIVED 1
Per stiur'. Manna Kin, Pieennn,
fiiuu Illlo nud Maul. Oct. 2 J. P. Kdt
waids, Mrs IMwnrds. K. II. l'liiKlor,
Mb s 1 Mncfailanu. Miss W. M.icr.ir
lauc, V. W. Condon, Mis, Couddil, Rev.
S. I.. Desha, Muster II. flnvlgin, K.
Moses. Master It, Turner, Mis. Cm lis,
(1. llnp-il, .Mrs. C. Ilapnl, W. K. Isaac
II. M. Overond, P .1. II.no. .1. P. John
ion, I.nu nil. Rev. J. MUukaml. II.
MntEiiliiiirt, W South, W. H. Young,
Mrs. Young, .Infant nnd seivniil. Miss
II. Young. II. lilt choir, .1. II. Fuller
Mrs. 3 l.edeier, II. II. Perry, Mlts M.
Kemp'er. Master W. Mm ray, (I. P.
Wilder. .1. (). Young, A. Hartley. J. W.
Mntnuull, CJ, K. Nolley. Mrs. K. Will
lln, Miss IC. Wiillln, Mrs. K. Aklnl,
Miss I. Mcl'hee. .Mrs. A. Mel'hee. Mrs
If. (1. Kiirster. .1. M. Dowsotl, 1: Viu
conr. A. Shepherd, .1. Mglilfunt, J. T.
Ttovos. Dr. P. McCallunl, Mil, P. Kit-iioln,-
Per Bttnr. Chuiilluc, Dennett, fnp
.Maul .Hid HII11. Ort. 2. C. 1). I.ufkln.
A. Hnneberg, .lanies Moise. M. I'arli.
It. Mackenzie, C. (). liutlel. W. V.
Cole. P. T. Tavaies, Mrj. (). NIkIiI, 13.
G. Cl.uk, Mia. J S. M.wjelioii. Charles
flay,. W. Ponsegget n and wife, Mrs.
j PASSENGERS BOOKED f
' Per M. 8. S. I.mline for' San nan"
clseo, Oct. 10. .Mr. mill Mrs. fleo
Ross. Mrs". I'ogiio, W. P. Poguc, Jr.
Miss Coleman. Mis. ('. Moil-mii mill
children. A. 1 LoiiIckoik Mrs. M. A.
Roie, M. A Hose, Mm Coke mid lu
fuiit. II. M. Coke. Master Wkiiii, Mm
J. W. Wienn, Ml 1. Chas. 11. Collins,
Mis C. M. 1 ovsled. Miss (iuiliudii
McCaim, It, V. Mltch'ell.SMIhs (Irato
Woodbildge. II. H. Pony, Mis. A. H,
Pri'Fiolt. i:. 11. Halley, J II. Wilson,
T, V. King. Dr. mid .Mis. Philip Ficar.
A. W, Dames.
pursi:r pi:tii iMiiu.ii's of iho
Mauua Kca (epoit.i tlio rullovvlng Bug.
nr on Hawaii: Ol.u, SS.1S; W.ilnaku
rblps nil today; I'uuiliiii. 1.100; II01111.
THi: I.PIlI.IVr: airlved tbli mo,),,
lug rioin Illlo. SI10 Is lo sal! f 0111
this port fur San 1'r.iiu bru m (iH.
THU NHIIAlf ui lived this 11101 ullir
from Kavvalhuu with 71 head of e.-ltle.'
Sho had no citgo below batchiK.
T1112 PIIKNCU baik Laennee. biiund
rrom Caulllf l Kahuliii, Is about luo
ns she Is now out H9 d.in.
Ti'm schooni:r .ins, mnph 3 urn
Tho pnilliipiake caused nmo Iroub'..
n llio wink 011 tlio now M.immiIs build
ng. ho iJiiiU'tlllltif. mo upilnlit, m.
Hint thu lions be.inis won'd fou.ui 1(ll
small to nt between ,ni. ',,"."
Ibeiu was 11 tilt tho other way anil Hid
cij-hu pieces v.oio too I.ukc 0 p n
allj Siipeiliilniiknt Weaver got tho
JJprtelijH nil wired ,0 mMm ,
&X,-,hT I'" r",,,,u ,,",II,K-1
1 eRfs'rat"i Hoitu 8 to 10, 12 to
1, 4 tO 7,
' Ue- REGISTER!
to yourself and letus build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mmd. We'll haveUt ready
a no time, and the price Gill be so
low that you will wonder how we can
ve WF" dono " evcr; so
- .-raw V f
diaries D. Walker,
lotiune worki, i.
King near Alapal,
h 4 to (,
vi JO it
1 . ' - i v V V , (
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