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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Oceanic Second Degree.
Pneljlc Third Degree.
Hawnilan 3econd Defjree.
All visit log mriiibers oC tbo
Order :ir curdlnlly luvlted to
utttnd meetings ot local lodges
jlIASMOfl'i LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Meets, vctv IWouday evening t
"JS30 Isl O O F Hall, Kort Street.
K It UBKUIIY, Secretary.
F D ICK13. N. 0.
, All visiting brothers very cordUUy
OAfiU LODGE. No. 1. K. of P.
Meets evtry first and third Frl
toy evenlu at 7:30 In K. ot I. Hall,
corner Fort and Dcrctanta. Vliltios
Drotliori cordially Invited to attend.
F. It Nt'HKNT, 0. C.
II. GOSI.INtl. If. H. B.
, HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
'.' tlouoluiu Lodge No. 1C. 11. 1. 0.
rOlUB. meet' in their hall, on King
8tret, no.u I'oi t. ever Filday even-
' tnfl VIhIiIiih Ihothers nru cordially
lovttot tn nttend.
E A. noUTIIITT, n. It.
II. 0. HASTON, Sec'y.
Win. h. K1HLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meet ever 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evtolng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot V.
Unll. oi Port am.' Ucrotania. VUll
Ins brothers lordlnlly .Invited to at
tend. f m Mconnw, c. o.
C A JACOllSCN, k. n. 8.
HONOLULU AEHIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKD
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
'7:30 o'clock In If. of I'. H.xll, cornet
-B&ri'f.iiin and Fort street.
Visiting Uagles are Invited to at
tend. W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
It. 1 Muui'.fc.. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Moots every flrsl and thud Thurs
day of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
Gi:0. 6NDr:RS0N, Sachem.
n. V. TOOD, C. ot It.
Can be made to last
longer nnd keen more
correct time if prop
erly nttended to at
regular intervals by n
man who thoroughly
Come and see us
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 Hotel St.
' INGERSOLL WATCHES
At All Wntchdcalers.
f Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
"Cor. FORr nnd XING Sts.. Honolulu
WANT A WIRE BED?
-Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
L At Gunst &; Co.
FORT AND I'INO STREETS.
5 0 0 K S
IWALL. NICHOLS COMPANY. LTD.,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
E5J- BULLETIN D8 PAY -g
We are In line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed nnd Plain.
Just ask for the kind yon
Lehnhardt's Candies always
KinR and Fort Sts.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery and No
tions. Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
derwear. Orders taken for all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387.
The smallest, most powerful Fire
Extinguisher on the market. Just
the thing for automobiles. C. W,
Macfarlane, Agt., Masonic Bldg.
The ideal non-grease, non
Makes copies as clear as
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Will do it
New SUMMER ODTING HAT at
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
Rules, transparent squares
and protractors and other
materials used by architects
See our stock.
Oat & Mossman,
7G Merchant St. near F. 0.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
HO FOR THE
FIREWORKS and FLAGS at
A. B. ARLEICH & CO., LTD.
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fort.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cents at the
Ten good auto-haoki. Phone (.
The Royal Annex is the place to
get the best meal in town.
II. (J. .Smith of tho Advertiser li
booked for tho July Alameda.
Tako your carriage ot ' automobile
to Hawaiian Carrlajs Manfg. Co., foi
Inter-Ulano. ans u, ll. u, snipping
books for sale at the Bulletin
oRlco, SO each.
Pooplo golnu to Hie mainland for
their' vacation should take Hawaiian
preserves to their frlendn. See Mrs.
Kcarns about It.
J, Hashls certainly did last night.
nnd tin had to pay (4 for tho tun lie
hnd. Judge 1-onB Informed It II. of tho
amount ho hnd to pay.
fioverrtrir Frear today announced tho
appointment of John (lamball as pris
on! Inspector for Kauai. Mr.'flnmbell
was formerly a member of the legis
lature. The transcript of record on plaintiff's
exceptions In the case of Hottschtaegcr
& Co. vs. K. Matsiihara from the Fifth
Circuit Court waa today filed In the
Tomorrow will witness nnother
strenuous argument between the coun
sel In the conspiracy cases against
Soga and others, In which 'Attorney
Llghtfoot filed a demurrer a few days
ago. ' '
K. Schott and J. S. French have sig
nified their Intention of starting In the
Bwlmmliig race at the Walklkl Inn on
Sunday next. Tho former Is' consid
ered to have an excellent chance of
winning the first prize, which has been
donated by Iilll llorgln,
Shlngemtglt, the Japaneso Indicted
by tho Territorial Grand Jury on the
charge of stealing n horse from n
neighbor who had loaned It to him
conditionally, appeared beforo Judge
Do Holt this morning, and pleaded nut
guilty, Tlio case was placed on the
calendar to come up for trial In the
MAUI WANTS HER
MONEY RIGHT NOW
Money appropriated for Improve
ments on the Island of Maul has not
been coming through last enough since
tho adjournment ot the Legislature,
so Senator W. J, Coolho, the lao Valley
hustler, has come down to boost things
along. COelho wan In conference with
the Governor yesterday for some time,
and It Is understood that the financial
situation was pretty thoroughly dis
cussed. 'Maul worked hard for what sho got
In tho way ot appropriations Out of tho
last Legislature, and she Is determined
that nothing shall now be'Iost becauso
of falluro (o'demand her own.
Some of the wharf Imiiroveftients.
which wero provided for. must bo und
ertaken at puce, 'or they will not be
completed byforc tho advent of tho
winter season, inis was one of the
reasons for CoclboNl vUlt, and the Maul
statesman will camfo hero until he sees
the things for which he worked well
The C. A. aWetlng vvlil bo hold
tonight promptly at 7:30. Presi
dent (loo If line 'desires all members
to be present. The Oahu League
will start soon, .The championship
luau has to be, decided, so thero are
a lot of Important matters to bo
transacted. Orie thine ot Interest is
that the winners 'of the gold and
silver medals 'for highest batting
averages during, the Cupid season
will be announced. The medals aro
presented hy Willie Kwal Fong, a
strong backer-of 'the C. A. C.
(Continued from Pane 11
Commission, should-havo seen fit, In a
high-handed mariner, to disregard tho
public entirely and, without warning.
pass a resolution so vitally affecting
the wholo community, Is condemned
with striking unanimity.
It Is understood that the orlglmil
resolution of tho Commission was to
stop all liquor selling on Sunday. A
brief recess was taken by the Com-
mission, however, and when fhe meet-
lug wad again cilled to order, a change
was made to exempt hotels from the
provisions of the resolve. What pres
sure was brought to bear during that
tlmo Is a matter that people would like
to know about.
If the License Commission has been
criticised on former occasions, It Is
being condemned now. Many folk who
opposed any revision of the liquor laws
at the time the matter camo tip dur
ing the last Legislature, Bcems to fool
tbaMhc powers' of the Commission
must bo curbed to somo extent, and
aro openly discussing futuro action On
Tho 6e:ioral- opinion scorns to bo
that tho cuuso of temperance has sua-!
tallied a heavy body blow. from the ac
tion of a few ove'r-enthttslaS'lc ones.
incidentally, there are a lot of folk
who want to know what drag the hotels
THE BEST IN THE CITY. NO DAMPNESS FIREPROOF NO BUGS.
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
82 King St., opp. Union Grill.
Trouberts May Be Murderer
HALTIMOItK. Juno 24. Mrs. Kdlth Woodlll, of Los Angeles, for
merly a ward of Lyman (luge, has been murdered here. John Trou
berts, n magazine writer, Is suspect oil of the crime. Ho Is now sur
rounded at St. Michaels, hear here.
m t i s
Millions For Census
WASIIINOTON, June 24. The House has authorized an rmeigelicy
appropriation of ten million dollars for the expenses of tho census.
BANKER IS FINALLY LANDED.
VAN COUVnil, June 24. K. Hlrnde. vlco president of tho American-Oriental
bank, who wns refused admission to the country because ot
suspicion that lie was connected with the trade of Importing JapuncBO
women Into Cnnnda for Immoral purposes, has been freed from tho sua
plalon and his admission to Canada granted.
A dark bay pony has ft rayed from
pasture. See Want ads,
Ohlrardcltl's Cocoa Is the best thing
of tho kind In the market. Sold by J.
M. I.ovy & Co. Phone 76.
Furnished cottago is for rent. Three
bed-rooms with gus and electric light;
mosquito proof. Seu Want mis.
A large new house on Ducktu I-ane
with modern plumbing, to bo sold at
a reasonable price. Hoc P. K, It.
All days aro allko In the homo where
they have a gas stove; there Is no trou
ble) about cooking. Bee the Honolulu
Clas Co., Ltd., Ulshop street.
If you want a good assortment of
fireworks and tings for the 4th go to
A. II. Arlelgh & Co. on Hotel street,
opiioslto Union. Iivst stock lu town lit
Manufacturers' Shoe Co. Is Just In
recolpt of u big new lino of Ilanlstcr
shoes In patent kid and vtel kid ox
fords. These shoes are of surpassing
quality nnd Inimitable, styles. Prices
SG.r0. It will pay you tn buy a pair.
Wo havo thu best facilities In the
city for handling wood mid coal for
household uso and wo handle only thu
best grades of these kinds of fuel. An
order placed with us will he delivered
promptly. Union Express Co. Phone
You can get moro satisfaction lu an
Alfred Denjamln & Co, ready- to-wonr
suit of clothes Hi uu In any other kind,
Uenjamln clothes are made by Amer
ica's leading tailors nnd In tho latest
New York styles. Sold by The Knsh
Talk about wonderful new Inven
tions! Tho little: iost-card projector
now at Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.
beats everything yet Invented. Shows
postcards, pTlotogruphs, etc., on n
screen, greatly magnified, In their nat
ural colors. Cheap.
Larquerct will mnko furniture. Iloora
and all woodwork look like new. This
Is tho most popular of all finishes and
Is advertised extensively In all tho
leading monthly period'cals. Hold In
Honolulu by Tlico, H, l)ulen & Co.,
Tho owners of real cstato will appre
ciate tho facilities offered by tho Ulsh
op1 Trust Co. for tho management of
their property. Tho collection of rents
making 'of repairs and the other Inci
dentals that worry tho landlord aro
carefully and promptly attended to.
The old Idea of placing an ad In a
newspaper to help tho newspaper along
belongs in tho graveyard of exploded
falllcles. Nowadays business men put
ads In tho papers (o gut business. Wo
handle a great deal of tho llvo ads of
Honolulu merchants satisfactory to
thorn and wo can do tho samo for you.'
The Chas. rt. Frailer Company.
Nevada Lodges Convene. Carson,
Nev.. JunA 7. The cram! Itoval Arcli
chapter of tho stato of Nevada was
rm cned ncro today by Pearls Uollls,
Kfand high priest, Tho grand lodge
of Free and Accepted Masons will
meet hero tomorrow nnd be? called to
order by Charles L. Fulstone, grand
"W"For Bats" cards a Bulletin.
".V.. ' ""CT'iA .VT.TT-iun
CONSPIRACY TRIAL .
' AGAIN CONTINUED
Tho conspiracy case lu Judge f)e
HoK'h court goes nvej. until Monthly
morning nt tut a'ctrjok when another
attempt will be made to gel u Jury out
of tho thlid special vonlio of twenty
six tnlesmcn, summoned by tho Court
Attorney Llghtfoot was opened to
the continuance on account ot the fact
that it would compel him to appear as
counsel for tho men charged with riot,
which case Is set down for trial beforo
Judge Uoblnson. Ah the second spec
In I tcnlru was exhausted however, mid
there wouM be only one day In the"
week left for trial, the Judge, urdered
the ciko continued until Monday.
Tan a bo, a Japanese child of 5 years,
was fatally Injured by being run over
last evening douu nt P.iliuun. Tho
child was rven to bo badly Injured and
was taken In Dm Queeiii) Hospital,
where ho passed away this morning.
It appears that u wngon which was
being drltcu by u Japanese, knocked
tho llttlo fellow down nnd tho wheels
passed over his hips nnd stomach.
Screaming In pain the child whs
picked up hud nt onco conveyed lo tho
Hospital, whero every effort was made
to suvo his life, but tho Injury wus In
terna! nnd Ihu bo died nt o'clock
l)er'y Sheriff Itoso Is linestlg.illng
the mttttoi and, nlthoiigh not at pies
ent'awaro of the driver's nuiuo. Is con.
fldent that thu man who drove the
wngon will bo on hand Ht tho Inquest,
which will be held tonight.
Sealed, tenders will be received at
tho office of the Superintendent of
Public Works until 12 m. of Tues
day, Juno 29, 1909, for furnishing
the genring and other iiiinllanccs for
operating the gate valves at Nuu-
anu Bum, Contractors to submit
with tenders, pluns and specifica
tions of tho type of gearing proposed
to bo supplied.
Uach tender must bo accompanied
by a certified check for B per1 cent
of the amount bid.
Intending -bidders are requested to
visit tho dam uud to inspect thu
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works reserves tho right to reject
any or ull bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, Juuu 24, 1909.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launeh with 4-Cycw
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHABLESD. WALKERS, B0A1
AND MACHINE WpRKS
Kins' St. ODtvvi Ron lb fit
W. W. AHANA CO.. TAILORS
ry nr it i riins
IN FOREIQN PORTS
Thursday, June 24.
POUT TOWNHKNIV-Arrhed June 21
Hchr It. W. llnrtlcll, lieucu May SO.
SAN KltANCISCO AtrlU'tl June 24:
S. S. Hllnnlan, hetico Juno 15.
Ilk. Andrew WuIbIi, hence May 27.
PIlILAtir.LPlllA Arrived Juno 24:
Kp. W. P. Fryo, hence Feb. 11.
3AN FItANCISCO Sailed Juno 24:
!!. S. Manchuria, 2 p. m for Hono
lulu. I WATERFRONT NOTE8 (
' THK PACIFIC Mall liner China, Cap"
tain l'rlelc, sailed for the Orient es
(onlay afternoon tit, S o'clock. Among
the passengers, who left on her was
the I lev. 12. W. Thwlng, who goes to
Shanghai to become secrclnry of the
Iteform llurcnii. Ho will remain awn)
from the Irands nbout three years.
Till: STEAMSHIP Makura of the
Uamidlai.Atiilr:illa line, nnhed Ibis
morning fiom Vancouver, bringing n
small amount of freight for (his port
She sails this afternoon nt 3:30 o'clock
fiom thu Itlfhop slip.
THU MAUNA KKA, flagship of tho
Inter-Islnnd licet, wll urilto fiom llllo
tomorrow morning, Shu will bring n
small load of freight from the big
THK STRAM'nil Clnuillnc. which ar
rived! yesterday morning from Maul,
wll leave this afternoon ul S o'cock for
Maul ports and llllo.
TIIF. BTRAMSIIIP Aorangl, which
camo In yesterday morning, left lust
night nt 8 o'clock for Ilrlllsh Columbia.
TURNS UPJT DEPOT
The missing trunk which lins
been worrjlng a railroad agent for
weeks.to say nothing of thu trouble
thu chief of detecthes has been put
to, turned up lu n most unexpected
Leal started for Wiiluhac estor
dny morning, determined to Usui the
nosti'iluus trunk or know th6 rea
son why. The box had been annex
ed by u Japanesu who claimed It was
Ills, but who turned out to bu nil tin
poster, the leal owner turning up
Whether the man who took the
trunk became scared when liu saw
that Lent was looking Into the mat
ter, or whether It was all n skin
game to gel paid S97 for a trunk
that never wus lenlly missing Is
hard to say.
On arrival at Walanue the Chief
wns Informed by telephone that the
trunk had been located at the Hono
lulu depot. No one seems to know
how the box got there, but thu fact
remains that It wus the missing one.
Another peculiar fact In connection
with the case Is that thu trunk wis
found to only contain some old books
and a few articles that by no possi
ble stretch ot tho Imagination could
be valued at the sum that was
claimed by the Japanese. Mean
while tho agent is relieved of having
to pay for tho "lost" trunk, nnd
lomebody's scheme, of graft litis
fulled to make. good.
(Continued from Pase U
eral, but I huvo never seen ihem on
file. I did sco In a local that tuey
had turned over their commissions."
"Ah I heio Is no avldencu showing
that wo are bo ictnlncil, I object to
counsel's ttutonjont," said Klnnov.
Judge Itoblnsoii ruled Llghlfixit's ob
Jcctlon out of older, mid tho tilnl con
tinued. Mr. Llghtfoot offered his alii
davit, lead jcslurday. In support of
IiIh motion to continue and consented
to tho Introduction of Mr. Prossor's
but objected to those of Shlncso's
and Hull's, vvllh translations from tho
Nlppu JIJI, presonted by Kinney. He
cited Artlclo 1, Tieuty of 1894, and
said his defendants would bo unlaw
fully deprived of tho privilege of bo
cm lug their own attorney, and going
to trlul when ready.
Defeated, but not leslgned to the sit
uation, Llghtfoot nettled down to the
routine of court. Twolvo men won
summoned to the Jury box, out of the
regular venire, but owing to tho ex
cusing of W. V, llrown, Hoy Tong nnd
Spalding, on account of their ounec
Hon wHh sugar firms, uml tho absence
of Edward Iluuapl, more excitement
resulted, nnd tho necessity of a special
venire loomed up beforo the Court.
The building was ransacked but no
sign of Hnnupt wus discovered. Then
Llshtfoot pot busy nnd suld as ho had
been forced inlo trial, ho objected to
any delay and wanted tho. Juror ex
cused. Tulks of bench wurrunts, iep
rlmand, and discharge were In order,
but finally ended In tho Judgu ordering
a special unlro of seventy-live tales
men, leliirnablo ut I o'clock today.
Superintendent ,of Public WorltB
Mniston Campbell lias called for
fealu dtenders forfiirnlshlng the
gearing and appliances for operating
tile gate valves at Nuuanu Dam. All
bids nlust bo at the office of tho Su
perintendent by 12 o'clock noon
Tuesday, Juno 29. '
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. m.lfl A m n. m A in
f. W I S R i". 1 1 1 10 to 5 IK f. 1 5
701 k. ; .1 2 Mil :V r, m t, v,
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7 ffii 1 v ) a l ij ;ii ft w ft 4'i
1 1 I 11
-v. i. 10 21 a a 2 w ft 2U 6 11
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A. I', M. I I I
11 ; 1.1 10 ui 4 20 .1 ii i 21 10
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uwn 1 11 it.1 1 37 7 II &21 n ff
Flist quarter of the moon, June 25.
Hawaiian standard time is lu Uoui.
3U luluuies slower than Greenwich
time, being that ot till meridian ot W
legiees 3(1 minutes Tie time whistle
blow a at 1:30 p. m., which Is the same
as Oreenwlch, u hourn 0 minutes. Sua
una moon are for local tlmo for ton
Friday, Juno 25.
C.-A. S. S. Makura, from Victoria ami
Vancouver, 8 n. 111.
Thursday, June 24.
C.-A. S. S. Aorangl, for Vlcloiln and
I. SI. S. S. China, Frlole. for Yoko
hama, p. 111.'
A.-II. S. S. Mexican, for Port Allen,
C.-A. S. 8. Makura, for Colonies.
Stmr. Clniidlnu, Tor Maul portH and
llllo, G p, 111,
Stmr. Milium, for Kukiilhnele, 12 m.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED (
Per It. M. S. Mnkura. Olbbj. Jim.. 2S'
For Honolulu: Mr, Ilalley. Miss (I.
II. Ilroadliui-st. It. A. Daly. .Mrs. It. A.
Daly, It. T. 8. Diirslon, MIrs M. Has
kell, .1. Hind, Mrs. Hind, Miss Hind.
MIsh Mnruaict MeL'lnlhin. Mlu M iinl..
Inson, Mrs. 0. I., ltomlne. Miss M.
Wright, MesdanioB M. Maconuchlc, A.
Wright, Helen M Francis, Messrs. It.
It. Crulk. F. 15. Ltifkln. II. IL Olalsvir.
P. C Hughes, P. Crllly. Through:
0. Adams. Mrs. W. O. Adams, Mrs. C.
A, Illgelow, H. J. llrunt, C. C. Ulick
land. Mrs C. 0. Dockland. Mm Hum.
hie. Miss Cainble, Wm. Chnter, Miss
j. V.11U11T, j. Lamms, iiy, u, i;ook, Mrs.
C. Cromlnt, It. II. Dixon, Miss JesBlo
II. Uizney, Carlos Kqulliiz, ltuv. O. W.
T. l'olfcom. (1. A. Fraser, J. C. Ilolden,
Miss Jackson, Miss V, Jackson, T. II,
l.aby, Miss Ludowlce, Father McOroth,
Miss Mnrllii, Father Murphy, 11. Arthur
Murray, airs. ti. Arthur Murray, Master
Mouls Murray, Mrs. J. C. McKcllar.
Miss M. M. McKcllar, MIsh V. U Mr..
Koll.ir, .Mr. Occlusion, Mrs. Owleston,
Dr. M. W. Philips. Mrs. Phlpps, Miss
C. Philips, Mrs. Playfalr, MIbs Play,
fair. H. II. Itlley. Mrs. Illley, Master
L. Itlley. Miss I.. Itlley, Master A.
Itlley, Miss i: Illley. W. Iteece, 8. W.
Ileece. Miss J. Ileeco. O. Ileoc.
Sandiier. Win, Sherer, It. Skoiratt, Mm
iv. bKcrratt, Miss Addlu Smith, J.
Samuel, Mrs. j. Snnincl, Miss H. San
uel, Mrs. Sinclair, O, L. Wilms, Jr., F.
j PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Pit P. M. 8. 8. China, tor Yokolia
ma, Juno 24. MIsh Allco Smith. C. II.
Schweitzer, Mrs. I.'dgar Wood, Miss
II. M. Cooke, Miss Pearl Wills, MIsh
Mary l'ottcr, Miss N. Mooro, Itov. K.
W. Thwlng. wlfu and two children ami
'mild, MIsh Maud Kinney, H. W. Collin,
Miss Ada Cockcroft," F. Du Hols, MIsh
Minnie IJ. Chlpmun, Mrs. C. L. Hclnt-
Por stmr. W. (1. Hull, for Kami
ports. Juno 21. MIsh C. Kdwards, Mrn
Itlcdell, 0 N. Wilcox, it. irwln, C, W.
Siltz. Dllza Kohelo, J. H. Corroy, a!
Oailenbiirg, J. J. Savoo. Mrs. Sllva.
Miss' Sllvu, W. 1'. Sunborn, C. II. Jon
nlngs, MUs i:. Wong, MSs K. Kaeo,
Itoso Melabrlsch, Mrs. Iictteucoiirt.
Por 8. S. Aorangl, for Victoria, Juno
21, Miss It. F. Nonlo. Mr. nml Mi-. 1
U.- Farrell. W. W. L. Powell, Mrs!
uieiB, jviikh urelg, A. N. Cabrlnliu,
MIsh 8. M. Smith. .1 n I.-,!,. mi....'
Oieen, Harry Murray.
I PA8SENGERS BOOKED
Per stmr. Claiidlnc. for Muni nn.i iin..
wnll iiorts. Miss Plllwnlo. Mr r,
delroH, Miss Sexton, Mary HodrlguozE.
Mbs Mary Scholtz..Mlss Wilholmlna
scnoiiz, u. n. l.ufkln, Feruclo Mnrclel.
Frank A. Ltifkln. Wm. Hnln Miu Mnn..
nested, MIsb H. Steuder, Kdlth Kcoln.
Munu Keola, Miss F, Delnert, Mrs.
Iloswull, Alfred Nunez, W. Sagau, C.
A. Miillngson, JIlss Mary Luis, Miss
K. Sexton, Krnest Hebnsh. llwirv n. .
bush, Waller Bcott, Itov. I), K, Whlto
and son, v. ,, hielt and servant, O.
II. Itlchardson, w. Schumnii, Jmuos
Keola ami children, J. 1). Tucker, Miss
II. Coneu, Frank Corien, F. Mnrclel.
.losenh Oiilnn. AIIhh m r',n.,,i..
Miss II. Hoakauo, J, K. Schubert.
rer b. s. Mnkura. for Colon leu inn
2.1. Mr .uml Mrs. Orcleston, Miss Lily
nun, oung mark (for Suva),
thu sti:ami:ii nimi. .p,..,..f'
arrived this mornlne ni 7? in win. n,
following freight and 7 deck passeu
geis: 1C92 bags K. 8. Co. sugar, 27
bags lice, & bags colfeo, nnd 24 pack