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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T I!, MONDAY. JULY li, 1900
Honolulu Chapter Past Master
and Molt excellent Master.
MA 1 UNI AV
All vIsltlDK members of tho
Order are cordially Invited to
ittend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY. LOUaE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
M.te every Aionday evening at
1:30 lu I. O O I' Hall. Tort Stret.
i: n. HF.NDIl'i, Secretary.
r. u. v icki:, N. o.
i)r visiting brothers eery cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1. K. ot i
Meets very first and third FrI-
la evening at 7. JO In K. ot 1'. Hall,
t turner Tort and Ueretnnla Vlslticg
Drotbon co'dlally lnlted to nttond.
P. 11. NUOKNT, C. C.
It. U03LINO. K. 11. S.
' HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
1, Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, I!. I' O.
"Elks, meets In their ball, on King
i Street, near Fort, ever) l'rld.i even
ing. Vleltlug lirothiri are cordially
InrltcJ to nttend
II. A. lAHTHlTT. R. n.
II. C. KASTON, Sc-c'y.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofF.
Moots every 2nd and 4th Saturday
ironing at 7 30 o'clock In K. of V.
Hull, cor l"urt and Ueretanla. Visit
Ini; brother cordlilly Invited to at
tend. r. M McOllRW. C. O.
E A. JACOUSBN. K. It. 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. S.
Musi oo the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY ovenlngs ot each month at
- 7:X0 o clock lu K. of P. Hall, corner
Betetanl.i and Tort streets.
,i Visiting Eagles are Invited to it-
,Jf' W M McCOY, W., 1'rest,
l, II 1 MUURU. Secy.
'HAWAIIAN TRIBE. No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
at Meets every fit it and third Thurs
, days of each month tit Knights of
r l'J thlas llnll. Visiting brothers coiv
cllally Invited to attend
L A PPIIKY Sichcnt.
P . 10DU, I of It
Can be made to last
lonKer and keep more
correct time if prop
erly attended to at
regular intervals by a
man who thoroughly
Come and see us
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 Hotel St.
At All Watchdealers.
ARent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORr and KINO Sts.. Honolulu.
M. A. Gunst fc Co.
TORT AND KING STREETS.
innxiii, moiicco '.uiurmu, Jjiu.,
.TTT TTi1TTrtT f" .SftH.Tl . VTIf Tim
tort aim Merchant sts.
C. Q TEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
,JB3T 3ULLETIN ADS PAY
i in ii im?MMntmjmmm
Wo are in line with the
beit assortment of
In the maiket. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Lehnhardt's Candi.s always
Kinp; and Tort Sts.
. .f f
MRS. ROSENBERG. YODNQ HOTEL
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.
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Building, Fort St.
This and all the latest peri
odicals are to be found at
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Made up in all styles.
Fort and Berctania Sts.
Will do it
Men's Laundry Work
The French Laundry.
J. Abadc, Prop., 258 Beretania St.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Phone 22 .
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST. HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
A B. ARLEIGH CO.. LTD.
Hotel St., Opp. Union.
s.ijif.rfMaii,jt; jit. j j., , .jjbfeiA.'j.uJ. - vjdtv. .4, "AijJtidikletoU tl. LJ aUijmia. 'vvA.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cents at the
Ten good auto hacks. Phone 6.
Take your cnrrlngo or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage. Manfg. Oo, fot
Inter-Island and O. It. & U. shipping
Looks for ale at tho Bulletin
office, BO each.
Owing to a scarcity of ditch water,
Knhala plantation has started Its
pump Kohnln Midget.
Jose Conc.i wns today granted n ill
nici) from Caroline Corroa lu the Clr
cult court ii ntlio grounds of desertion
Mrs. I). Orlggs Holt, who underwent
an operation nomu weeks ago Is nut
once more and ablo to greet her many
Mrs. Long, wlfo of Major Long of
tho Unlteil States marines, was among
tho passengers who sailed In tho Ala
meda for the mainland.
An appeal was submitted tn the
Supreme Court on lirlcfs today lu
tho case of the estate of Win. llrash,
Coat our Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised ut Ha cooling
and prescrvntlvo properties California
Teed Co. ognts.
An answer was today filed by
(Uorgc II. Curtis in the suit
against hln. h) A S. Humphries,
filing at the same time ti demand for
n Jur trial.
The following sugar on Kauai Is re
ported reach for shipment. K. S. M.,
11350 lugs, V, fcOO; K. P., U.CCS; I..
P., 8954, II M , 10.384, (1. P, 33,286;
M. S Co, $2S,()00.
Wide-awake agents wanted for
goods that sell; $5 starts you in
good paying business. Write for
particulars to Wolsec Mfg. Co., 1-2
Park Row, New York.
Attorneys for l.uptia Kukaulahao
tenia) filed u ilUioiitlnuiiiice In his
action against the Kaplolnnl F.slnte
el al, on ii note for a little over
$2000 The matter has been settled
out of court.
Deputy Collectors J V. Dojle and
C M. Thomas returned esterday
from n three weeks' stay on Kauai,
where they hac been engaged In
business connected with the Hev
Now that Marston Campbell has put
chased the land necessary to widen
Ilethcl street opposlto the ltonl It
walluu Hotel, It Is up to tho Hoard
of Supervisors to get "busy and set
back the fences and macadamlzo tho
The Honolulu Constr ictloti & Dray
ing Company Is dlstrlhutlni; a very
handy and attracthe match box of gun
metal to Us patrons and friends, 'iho
Idea of It Is that the Company is a
match for over) thing lu sight and per
haps a shade better because ot its
On the side, tho police are wonder
ing how iranv sweethearts tho robber
has, who broke Into tho Jewelry store
of Sin On Keo on Mnunnkea street,
Prlday night. Tho gentleman In nues
tlon appropriated somo forty rings,
watches and other knlc-knacks to the
nlite of about $600. Ho was also a
numlkinatlst of taste, connecting with
all tho old Hawaiian money on exhibition.
(Continued from Pase 1)
dlsCOW-red that Tim Ktn una tlwt tirln.
elpal In an elopement on July 8, and in
n riinnWllV ni!t1-Hni'i Mnnmr.if ir.l.
stein the daughter of tho Speaker of
me House or Uepiescutathes, becamo
his wife. Prom what could bu learned
Miss IlnUteln fnltntw.l ii i.,ii.rt,i
husband to Honolulu from Hawaii, on
the ruso of lnltlng u dentist.
Tho clr' Is but nlcliteen irar. .,1,1 Th
marriage permit was Issued by Agent
(lusiavo uoco on Jtny , on tho samo
day the oung couple wro married by
Rider Aliinlium PnnintiiiT ti... ....
tlflcato of marrlago was filed with tho
uoaro oi ueaitn on July 8. Tho details
of tho ccrtlllcato show that Ah Choy
Tim Sin Is n Huunllnn rUilmiei. ..,. ..r
Tim Sin, a Chinese, residence Kohala,
Once 111 Honolulu, npennllnt- in
pioMous nnangements, shu mot
mi vuuy, who already nad tho
marrlace nernilt remH- fnt iii,af,mua
They hastened to tho office of Klder
ri'iuuiiiiez, who suspecting nothing,
tied the nupltal knot.
Learning of the secret marrlago of
Ah Chov. I.eal nt. onr Iipl-ti n., inw..,-
ligation, with tho result that tho joiing
iiiuu was canou on tno carpet. Ho
proed all right and works for tho Ma
goon laundry company.
MEN MUST HAVE PASS.
CContinnul tmm "Por- 1
of Honolulu, and the Territory of Ha.
wall a sort of Independent government
intended to control th .i.nsi....i.k...
lutely without regard for American
Just how general the arrests un
der tho first lolatlOll of the order
of the court will he, is Impossible to
suite at tins writing. The officers
of tho Territory have been busy till
nil hours of the night following up
tho trail that was opened so boldly
before Dull and Scovllln Kntnninv
Oood authority exists for the nt.ite.
ment that tho evidence In the caso 1st
absolute. There has been no let-up
In tho Intimidation of the laborers
sluco the Injunction was Issued.
Most sensational disclosures mav bu
TUP AMPKICAN bark Hllhet Pan
lain Uiow, arrived IIiIb morning from
San I i a nclsco, bringing general cargo
f)i this pent Shu also brought two
pasbengois nlong. Her fielght Is be
lug discharged at tho Dillingham
STANDS FOR GOOD SERVICE AND PHONE NUMBER OF
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
PIlOVINCnTOWN, Mass, Jul) II l'lfl-foiii ships of wnr nre as
sembled here ready for maneiners It Is u magullltent special li.
The assembled bhlps are uudtr the lomiiuiml uf Ite.ir Admiral Sea
ton Schroeder. U. S. N. The lliet couipili.es esseN iniigtiig In sle from
the first-class battleship Coniiei tlcut down to the tin), but deadly,
torpedo boat. The licet will maneuver off l'ioln etoun until August 5,
when It will sail for Hampton ltoads.
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ASTRONOMER NEWC0MB DEAD.
WASHINOTON, Jul) 11 Simon N'ewuimb, (ommaiider of the Le
gion of Honor of Prance nud Knight of the Prussian Older of Merit, the
fnmoiiH astronomer, Is dind at the age of Kcwnl)-four )ears.
DEADLY INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATION.
KANSAS CITY, Jul) 11 'Hire,, persons were killed licie early )es-'
terd.i) morning In an explosion of lliewotks during the Indepeiidenio
Day celebration, which was postponed from the Pourth.
PI0TS IN BOLIVIA.
LA PAX, llollvla, July II This ill) is In the hands of the rioters,
nnd the wlfo of the Argentine Minister has lied to the house of the llo
lhl.m President for protection . The c It) Is In darkness.
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HURRICANE AT PANAMA.
PANAMA, July It.-As the result of a hiirrlcune that has luen
raging here, this city Is In total darlness, and iiinimunlc.itlons nre seri
i i i
PANAMA NEEDS FOR 1911.
WASHINOTON, Jul) 11 Port )-elght million dollnis Is required by
the Isthmian Canal Commission for the fiscal year of I'.ift.
NINE HORSEMEN KILLED. .
A1TON, New Mexlcn, Jul) II Nine horse hu)ers have been killed
here by outlaws.
,. Ring up
JST A vrf.
Dravint?. Exnress and
General Transportation.txcavatine anu tilting
General Contracting. O. W. Mc? jUQALL, Prop,
Quality wins. Tho Owl tlgar leads
in public flaMir Dc.
New assortment of paper napkins
Just recehed h) Oat & Mossman, .Mei
chant slice! Just the thing for sum
When planning )0ur shliilug expo
dltlon tomorrow morning prepare to
see tho beautiful lino of new goods at
Sachs". These goods are now on ex
hibition. Now Is tho time to iiiesl money lu
real estate. VaterhoiiM Tiust Co.
present somo excellent bargains lu
their aihertlsemcnt today. It will pay
you to look It up.
Mrs. Annie Keurns makes the larg
est and finest variety of Island Jama
nnd sauces to ho found in tlio Teril
tory. All her pioducts nre puio and
their tnsto proves their goodness.
Men who aro particular about the ap
pearanco of their linen and who know
tho destructive powers of tho averngu
laundry, should employ tho l'rench
I .a ii miry, 253 llcrctaiila St., phone 14111,
where the work Is all clone liy hand
and careful attention given to each
Volcano nt night' Litest subject lu
souvenir post cards. Huuall & South
Seas Curio Co, Young building, Bish
op street (under electric sign). Piiiih,
baskets, mats, calabashes, tapas, mats
Teco Mttery, brasses. 'M0 subjects lu
post cnrdi ; largest dealers In the
world In Hawaiian post curds.
At C o'clock tomorrow afternoon, the
United State's Army transpoit Thomas
will nrrlvo from San Francisco. Cap
tain Falls of tho Quartermaster's de
partment received u wireless loport
this morning stating that sho woui I
nrrlvo hco in lime.
Last Friday night tho Thomas ro-
ported that sho was 1200 miles out
from San Francisco.
The French Consulate has scut for-
ninl notice of tho hoisting or the
French flag over Iho ctmsulnto building
on Wednesday, tho 14th of this month.
In celebration of tho "Taking of tho
Ilastllo,"lhe gicat Piench holldii).
Theio will bo no reception.
lV"For 8al" cards at Bulletin.
Telephone 588. Wood and Coal Stove
Fuel. Quality and Quantity the aim.
Tlieo. II D.ivles H Co, agents for
the Marama, iccelved cable advices to-
da) that the steamer left Suva on the
,Mi)age up Moudnv arternoon. cjn ur
'rhal at this pint the Marama will have
.acconimiidatlons for hlxty flisl rluss
passeugeis, sewn scrtiud class pis-
sengeis and Tort) steciage, going
TENY0 MARU COMES
IN AND GOES OUT.
Prompt h nl the hcmi stated in Ills
wireless report to llnckfeld & Co, the
local agents. Captain Dent, command
ing the To) ci KlM'ti Kiiisha llnei Ten
)o Maui, liiought his vessel to anch
orage citT icut Hatiud.i) evening ut 0
n'cliick. Tho popular Unci' hioiighl a
hit go number of dhtijigulshod iiersous,
wlul ale cither connicted with gov
ernment or commercial business
houses. Among Hum was Iho Unlle.l
Slates Minister to Clilnu, Hon. W. V.
ltockliill. who Is icturnlug to tho
States, previous to going to St. Potent
burg, us Halted States Amli issndor.
He was accompanlid by Mrs. ltockliill
ninl his wlfo's mother. Mis. Perkins.
Among the Honolulu pasieugers was
S, Ida who will relieve K. Alio, as
Jai aneso Pliivo Consul heiu.
Ileliue Iho Tenjo Maru left Japan
man) chiiigcs went undo among tho
ofllcers. Chief Puglneer Seaver has
been detached and placed In teseivo
Ills place was taken h) Y. Hora. Chief
Olllcer llliiokuma has been made i.ij
taln of the Mnucliu Maru, which runs
down to South Ameiloaii pints.
Iho Teii)fc Mum left )esterda) at
COMES TO HAWAII.
Plght mouths after It was thrown
overboard from tho llritlsh bark Had
clou Hall, bound fioin Liveipuol, via
Cup Horn u bottle containing a mi's
sago was plcke-d up nt 3 o'clock In the
afternoon uf Jul) 8, ( the shorn of
Lnle Settlement on this Island. The
bottle was picked up h) Uigin. a Hal
wallan. The messagu reads as follows:
"Uarcpio Haddon Hall,
"Sunday, Novembei 15, pjog.
"llottle (blown uvei at 3 p ni.
"At noon Lnt. 20 dog. 47 N , long
132 deg, 00 W.
"Olio hundred unil four elaj s nut
fiom Montovldea. All well. Wind
wetteily ninl very light.
"(Signed) J II SCOTT."
The Industrial Editiou of the
Eveninp Bulletin, -Arapjv.d
ready for mailine. 50 cents utRni.
1 e t i n office.
W. W. AHAMA CO.
02 S. Kint; St.
J I j No Branches
i i i Jrnisu T
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday, July 12.
YOKOHAMA Hailed Jul) 10:
H. S Korea, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jul) 10
S. S. Manchuria, henco Juno 30.
OAVIOTA-Snlled July lu:
H. 11. nosecriins, for Knannpill
Wlltn.nsS V. S, A. T. Thomas, fioin
San Francisco, will nrilvn toinoi row,
Tuesday, ut !i p. in.
.-VYDNHY Anlved Jul) 10:
S, S M.iknr.i, hence Juuu 2r.
1 WATERFRONT NOTES
AT 1( O'CLOCK tomorrow morning
the Mutson liner llllonlnn. Captain
Prederlckson, leaves for San Priinrlsco,
tuklng from'heio, besides pnsFoiiRors
iiiul' freight, 000 tons of refined sugar
from llouelulii plantation and 000 tons
of raw. h'hd will also take u ccnisld
erabto load of pineapples. Among tho
pnssengeis lHiokcd to leave In her
arc Urlgadler-Uenc nil Murray, tf. S
A., clilro of Coast Aitlllery, his wife
and two daughters, nud his aide. Cap
tain Calleu, IT. S A, Tho Hawaiian
hand will pl.i) nt the depat turc of Iho
liner. Captain Johnrou and his wlfo
will go to Iho Coast us passengers ns
Iho Captain will take a roHt after his
recent automobile- opi ilomc.
Till: KINAIJ. m living finm Kami
)esterday, brought as her cargo the
following: 2000 bigs of sugir, 2
horses, 40 bundles hides, 2il lings tnio,
40 bigs rice and 15 crates alligator
Till: STIMMCIt V. O. Hall came in
from Ilanaiuaulu, Uau.il, )eslerday,
with fiono bags of sugar from' tho
Orove Pat in.
Tlie Iwnlanl. returning fmm Ana
hula, Kauai, )esterda), brought 10 JO
bags of kiigur from the M. S. Co.
I PA6SEN3ERS ARRIVED
Per Htini. Klnail. from Kami norts.
Jul) II P. M Kuhcle A lllukstad,
H. Kopke. Miss l.cghoin, .Miss K. Kit
pimlal, .Miss L. Wilcox, K. Drelcr, M.
P. Prossei. Mls's (1 Medelios, Mrs.
Pult.ui, Mis. W. Wright, M. Thomas.
Mis V. Aw u, J. Do)lo und vnlet,
W II. Itlce-. Mrs. Kahapea, Miss M.
Knuhiiue, J. Hepburn, II. Antonu, A.
A. lTllason, I P. Hush, Miss Toi ham,
M. Freltas and wife. Miss Alan. J. II.
Alexander anil 1C5 deck
Per slmr Mlkahila, fioin Moloknl
and Maul ports, .full 11. L. Itcnnliics.
C. II Cooke. Di. II ll.ijcs, Mrs. L.
A) uu. Mm Chain: SIiil-. .Inn limiting
Mrs. tleo. Townsend. .Miss Cahlll, .Mas
ters Cahlll (.1).
FUCHINO AS PACIFIER.
(Continued from Vtst 1 )
coat ami sny "shoot, shoot?" A.
Q What were )ou doing there?
A. I was telling them that It was
'ci good for them to do anv thing.
Q. fllcl )ou tell them vvheie to
Mi? "A. 1 told them to go home.
Q. Did nil)' considerable number
go away? A. About a r-uniter Went
0 Weie any people coming whllo
)citl were theie? A. '1 he dowel
Q. Where did )ou go from the
crowd? A. I wont to the thentei.
Afterwards It developed that this
was the second time lie went In the
tlic-utcr, but It did not develop what
was clone there the first time he
went. Piichluci wns expecting speeeh-
muklng to bo going on there, but
there weie few lights nud he sent
for lanterns, ni ranged them, and
went back to the crowd, The ciowel
was smaller then, the olllicrs unci
Mlkuwii having goiiu to tho olllee of
the Higher Wage Association und the
crowd following. Puchlno told peo
ple to go to tho theater and stated
that he did not sen any hostile! ac
tions und saw no stones or sticks
thrown while he was there the sec
Puchlno then went to the ofllce
also. The plan of tho ofllce, exhibit
C of the prosecution, wns shown to
the witness nud authenticated. Ma
Mtio was there, but few othcis, nud
the olllceis and the prlsonei weie in
nil Inner loom with no one else, No
hod) except Fiichlno wus In the fiont
part of the office. The witness did
not In-ill any trouble lu the Inner
room and stated that there was nemo
outslile, tlie building, the crowd.
which he estimated then ut sixty oi
uncuty, lemalnlng quiet. He did
not hoar tin) coiiveis.itlon between
the olllcers und tho prlsonei
Aftei the moinlng ice-ess ho ti sti
lled us to the coming of High Sheriff
lleniy lu the nutomubllu and denied
the slightest tumble with the ciowel.
Ills testimony will bo continued this
SAN FRANCISCO July 12. Sugar:
88 analysis beets, 133, 6 d. Parity 4.21
cents. Previous quotation 10s, 5'!;d.
A Denver sjiullcite lias bought tho
Argentine Contial lallroad In Colorado
and will extend tho lino to tho top ot
Ora)'H iH-ak. 312 feet higher than tho
point leached liy tho Pike's peak
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llf.JJ l III ; V) III 31 f. . , 0 II 14
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A JS e, 41 s 14
New Moon Ju)) lilli, at 12:1.1 n. m.
llawulluu slaudaru time is lu huuir
30 minutes slower thau Greenwich
llmo, being that of tho meridian of 157
iegrees 30 minutes TI o time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is the same
us Greenwich, o houro 0 minutes. Sun
und moon are for local time for the
Suuihi). Jul) II.
Sinn. Iwnlanl, from An ihnl.i, l'lu
Slmr. Mlkahala, from Mnlok.il und
Maul ort.4, 3 a. in.
Stun. Kin. in. Oregor), fioin Knu ii
pints, a. m.
Hum. W. (I. Hall, rrotu Ahuklnl,
Sunday, Juno 11.
A.-ll. S S. Mlssourlan, for Kahulul,
Am. bkln. Coronado. Houdletle, for
San Prnnclsco, !) a. n
T. K. K. S. S. Teti)o Maru, Dent, for
Sail Fi-jinclKCo, 12 noon.
.Monday, July 12.
Stmr J. A. Cummins. Seurle. for
Oahu ports, 7 a. m
I SAILINQ TODAY f'
Slmr. lames Makee, foi Molokal and
Kona ports, 5 p in.
11 S. A. T 'Ihonu.a, from Situ Fran
cisco, p. in
M N. S. 8 llllonl in, Frodorlcksnn,
foi Sail Ffaiiclseo, 10 n m.
Stmr Mnunu Lou. Slmerson. for Ko-
in and Km ports, 12 noon.
htmr. Manna Kea. Freeman, for lllto
ninl wii) pons. 12 noon.
Slmr. Kin (Iregory. for Kauai
poist, 5 p. m.
Slim. Mlkahala. Tnllctt. for Moloknl
and Muu! ports, G p. m,
i DUE THURSDAY f'
Stmr. Claudlno, fiom Maul ports,
P. M. S S. Asia, Oaukroger, from
Stmr. Manna Kea, Freeman, mm
llllo und wny ports, n. m.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman Tor
Maul ami Hawuli ports. July 13, 12 m
(I Hirle Kelle) and wife, A. (1 M
Itobeitson and wife. Miss Itohlnsou
Miss Wight. Joseph S)phcr. F Han
son, Mis Taney. Miss Hostod, Mls-j
Adams, Miss Swanzy. Miss KroiT. (I
It. Castle, (leo. It Carter, Jr., Fioii
Shingle, .Mrs. It. W. Shingle. Mrs. Mat-
III) Shllmlo. Minn A P l,,l, .,.,.,.. ....
,, - -.".".own, .iiinw
L. M Ailliur. Miss Hufferty, MIsh
minimis, .miss kciiiciici. Miss llrldgei.
Miss Travis, Mrs. Ingham. Miss Kueln
liigliuin, Mis. Hcilrog, Miss Karle
Miss Cmew, Mlsn Pslher Aklnii. Miss
Suriiholo, Mrs. Stewart und child, Miss
Olael) llaln, C. Altlna, H. II. Crawford
Mis. Ilm risen nn,i r. ..i.m.i.... !...
Selmii Klniiev, Mb8 K. R llurnhum!
.ir. j. vv. wuciiiiun, Mrs. J. T Junes
Oscar Mnuiar nnd wire, Mia. Wood
Ileal. F. M. Nli hula fin.i tr.. t, m
Ciowchaw and wife, W P. lliown, T. Ci
. "' '"'" " " Martin und 2
chlldlen. J. Vincent, Hev. J. T. Jone.s
MISS Plsll! Slll.inri.i Mr. 1" 1 PiV
lldgei. Mu. Mosh, F. , F.ldrldge, P. de
.i.iutnj unci wire, Misses Kokl (31.
Mis. llueker Mliu i. ,,.,!.. ii..i....
l'Cl itllll Mniltll In. Qllnnvum. f..
Konn-Kau pons, July 13, 12 m. Mlfrt
KiMiua. Miss M. Aona. Fauna Matthew
John Matthew Mi. w c rn ,...
J P, Hi en, Mrs. Kooiiaa, Mrs. (li'uboi
M nnilllK ll'O. 1.1-0 TOIIU,' Putl. Y
Muu Illng K. Whllnnn, C. it. Lothrop
I. Ollilen. I. ir Th.in.i- ..,i ..,i.. i..'
H. Hoogs. ' "" "
ror htmr. Ivln.iu rii-.r,i., .
Kauai, July 13, 5 p. in. Mrs II. Ito.ln
find nurse ninl tnfnnl TI nti...i r .
atson, C. A. Alston, A. Constuliio. Or
I. Wilcox and wife, Mis. P. J. Water
man, child nnd servant, Miss Mclntvre
Mis. C. II. Olson. Miss A Mengler
Per Mmr. Mlknhala .Tullolt, for' M i
Okal. July 13. 5 p, ni. Morltz Hohr
hoeh, Dr. W. Kelley. r
TIIK M1KAHALA, according t., ihif.
bor Kckuowa, did not call nt y,0()
Molokal. on her lettirn irln '
count of rough weather. Sbo biought
Molokal ports, other ,rn Pukoo
Sea Wrens. JR 1 rtn
18-foot Motor Launch with 4.Cye
Motor, $175, Complete. '
,HE CHAFES D- WALKERS. B0AI
AND MACHINE W0BJC3
King fit, owt Sooth It, j