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EVEMNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., rill DAY, JULY, 23, 100ft. '
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Pacific Second Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Oceanic Third Degree.
All visiting member of the
Order arn cordially Invited to
attend uirctlngs ol local lodges
BAIU10NY. LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
JuTetta verj Monday evening at
1:30 In I. O. O. F Hall, Kort Street.
E. It. HENDItY, Secretary.
' r. D. WICIvi:. N; U.
All visiting brothers r cordially
0AIIU I0D0E, Nc 1, K. ol X
Meets every first and third Fri
lay evening at 7:30 lnC. ol P. Hall,
corner r'ort and Deretanls. Vlaltlef
Drotberi cordially Invited to attend.
T. K. NUOKNT, C. C.
It. GOSLING. K. It. 3.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1G, 1). P. O.
i:ik, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday oven
Ins. Visiting llrotheri nro cordially
Invited to attend.
E A. DOUTHITT, E. II.
II. C. GASTON, Sec'y.
Wtu. V'KINLEY L0DQE No.8, K.off.
lli'tu very 2nd and 4th Saturday'
ereulug ut 7:30 o'clock in K. of I'.
' Hall, cor Fort and Beretania. Vlalt
log brothers cordially livlted to at
tend. b M McQREW, C. O.
E, A JACOBSUN. K. It. 8.
K0N0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. K.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hnll, corner
Beretania and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invltod to at
,d. W. Jt. McCOY, W., Prest.
II. T MOORE. Secy.
' HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
v ' Meets every flrst mid third Thurs-
- unys or eacu ninntn at Knights or
..'I'ythlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PEIIIIY. Sachem.
t i;. v. iuuu, u. of it.
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Wc arc in line with the
best assortment of ,
In the market. All 'makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Lehnhardt's Candies always
Kinc and Fort Sts.
MBS. EOSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
KEYSTONE-ELGIN WATCHES '
, . ,nx INGERSOLL WATCHES
At All Watcbdealers.
- Agent for Horoiian Islands,
Cor. FORI and K.N'O Sts., Honolula
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Bostqn Building, Fort St,
' Bulletin Business Office Phone 256,
.Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
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With the 'hew Amberol records
that play four' minutes) the Edison
is mote popular than ever.
Buy the Edison.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bldg,
Come and learn particulars at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania St., Opp. Sachs'.
Made up in all styles.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
' Harrison Block.
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.,
Fort and Merchant sts,
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
Mrs. E. M.TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
Everything from a lead pencil to
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO.', LTD.
Hotel St., Opp. Union.
FOR SALE AT ALL BAM
Can be made to last
longer and keep more
correct time if prop
erly attended to at
regular intervals by a
man who thoroughly
Come and see ns
J. A. R. Yieira & Co.
119 Hotel. St.
. Will do it
GEO. A. MARTIN,
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Business Suits for $25.
LU-N0H.EB and DBIXKI
The most popular
' place in town. v
The Fashion Saloon
' Hotel St. near Fort
Jack Senlly. Jack Roberts
BERETANIA ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice Cream.
Rolls and Buns-Fresh every morn
ing. 185 edltorul rooms- 2f0 Dus
nets effice. These are Uie telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office. J
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LOCAL AND iENEKAL
The ' D u 1 1 e i 1 n makes Its own
scratch pads, makes them good and
big and sells them for Ave' cents.
Tho Misses Irwin and Mouscr enmo
In on the Alameda and aro registered
at tho Hawaiian hotel,
Tliu lloston liasehall team defeated
the New York bunch by n score of 11
In 7, on tho.clty diamond.
Paul Super, Rcncrnl secretary or the
Y. M. C. A., was among the arrivals
today on tho steamer I.urllne.
II. A. .Jaeger, or Koloa, Hawaii, bus
(Ken, In town for n fow days and was
registered at thn Hawaiian hotel.
The Anchor f Haloon, Monty Mont
gomery, manager, King" and Nuimnu
streets, Is a.popular, local, resort,
jonu ii. uergstrom, piano tuner unu
repairer. Formerly with BergBtrom
Music Co. P, O. Box 40. Phono 681.
Lieutenant V. U Uurchflcld of the
U. S. M CV arrived on the Alameda
this morning and Is registered at tho
0. r. Itenton, Jr., returned on the
Alameda this morning, as did W, M.
Langton of tho Paradise of tho Pacific.
The Industrial (Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for. Mailing, 50 cents at B u 1 -le
1 1 n office.
Koohokll was sentenced to thirty
days' imprisonment for drunkenness.
For a sltullnr, offense, Mska.w'a's fined
Fifteen of tho Alameda passenger
put up at tho Young Hotel on arrival
and it Urge number of guests reg
istered at the Moana.
David l.ukeln has llled a damage suit
of $25,000 against tliu Mutual Tele-
fihone Co. lor. Injuries sustained by tho
ailing of a polo and wires,
The Industrial Edition ,of the
Evening Bulletin, wraooed
ready for mailing, 50 cents .at Bul
letin officf .
, Kealoha Kalanl and 3,'B. Paalua.
charged with fighting, were severely
reprimanded by the Judge land sen
tence suspended by Uie Judge for a
period of thirteen months.
John Cannon nnd Jerry Crokcr, two
well known Honolulu men returned
on the Alameda this morning. Thoy
united Seattle while away and saw
Among the arrivals this morning on
tho Alameda from San Francisco wore
members of a now theatrical company,
which will play here for many weeks.
They wero mot at tho wharf by Man
ager Cohen of tho Orpheum Theater.
Harry Jucn Is trying to organize
fifty families to go homesteaillng In
Arizona. It is stated that anjono can
havo 320 ceres 'for, the asking. There
Is'no water on tho land but that(ls a
Among tho passcng?rs by tho Ala
meda areC.-M. Davis, wife and daugh
ter, who.arito4llered at theHawall
an hotel, 'Mr. DavtH is a prominent
business man of Los Angeles, nnd ho
Intends staying' In Honolulu for some
In the case of Nelson, a sailor on
board the British ship Ben Isee,
charged with, drunkenness, he waB al
lowed to go as the-boat soiled at 10 a.
in. and ho went at once to the boat
with u shipmate, who had been sent
up for htm.
Oliver pleaded guilty, and w.as sen
tenced to pay a fine of $C and costs
and the others pleaded not guilty. Po
lice evidence failed to show that' there
was a transference of monoy while
Oliver gave evidence on behalf of his
alleged fellow gamblers. He state.l
that tho others wore not playing and
that those who wore playing had run
away. The Judgo discharged them.
Fred Carlson, second, niato of tho
It. P. Itlthot, was charged with a mur
derous attempt upon tho first mate,
Erlckeon. Tho case was continued,
tho flrst xnato .being Btlll "In hospital
and unable to appear as a witness. On
tho motion of Mr Chllllngworth, who
Is' conducting tho.'defonso, '.the testi
mony of Captain Drew 'and (he ship's
carpenter, will bo.takon this afternoon.
Mr. D6uthltt Is assisting 'In the prose
cution. Tho Grand Jury will take up tho
matter of Kaheana, alias Wulklkl,
next Thureday. Young Walklkl Is be
ing held on suspicion, and isupposod
to have murdered Henry Wetherlll, a
negro Bailor on one of the windjam
mers, who was found dead In a lumber
pile along the' waterfront. Jim Me
Candless, Tom Cummings, Jacob mich
ter, Mary McC'andless.have been sub
poenaed as witnesses to appear before
tho Grand Jury at that date.
At yesterday's (meeting of tho Pro
motion Committee It was decided to
havo Gordon Usbourno, the artist,
make clay models of tho surf board
rider for promotion work. The plan
of'tho Promotion, Committee Is to havo
casts of two sizes madjo. The smaller
one. In plain piaster of 'parls, will bo
ubout twelve Inches Milgh. Such a
statuette, it Is believed, can be ro'talled
at a profit by local merchants at II
each, The larger size will be about
thirty inches1 in' height 'and will bo
bronzo plated, This will be a very
handsome affair and will sell for about
Tho MntBon lmer I.urllne, Captain
Wceden. arrived from San Francisco
and docked at her wharf at
o'clock this aftoruoon. Assembled on
the wharf wero relatives and friends
of tho passengers wno came '.from the'
Among tho arrivals were Mr. and
Mrs. Allan Judd, .
of 'the Judd family, and" when the
steamer was nearlng tho wharf he
nhouted 'from the 'deck In Hawaiian,
which wa responded to by Dr. Judd,
his brother. t
Paul Suier. general secretary of
thp V. M C. A., was another returning
The I.urllne brought ribont 600 tons
of general cargo.
For business and want yours. We irive all orders our personal attention.
jas", h. love. City TransfexGo. phone 102. ,
killed" in sham; battle
SBAtN.R, July 22. One mmi
battle between the Order of lledman and the State Mllltln
N OEN,"JlM" SMITH.RE8I0NS.
BAN KKArfNCIBCO, July 22. The Honorable Jnmes V. Smith has
tendered his resignation as (iuvj'rnor-Gcneral of the Philippine Islands.
Uovcrnor-aencrul Smith went o the Philippines In 1898 as Colonel
of the First California Volunteer Infantry. He was promoted brig-oilier-general
of volunteers, nnd hold Important military and civil posts
In the Islands until l'JOC, when he was appointed Goycruor'Gcneral.
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i BRIAN'S SOCIALIST CABINET.
PAItIS, July 22. M. Brian, the Socialist, who has been Invited to'
form u new cabinet, will accept or decline the honor Frldny. It Is be
lieved that Brian ran not control the majority becanso of his radical
ST. PETERSBURG CHOLERA CONTROLLED. n
.ST. PETEnSBUItO, July 22.
control. The dolly number of cases
TAFT STRAIGHTENS CONFEREES.
WASHINGTON', July 22. President Taft conferred with tho tariff
conferees today. It Is believed that nn agreement Is In sight.
Braying, Express and
ueneral Transportation. Excavating
General Contracting. G. W.
The dliTcreuco between an mi edu
catod Japnncso luboivr und(un Intelli
gent," highly-educated Japuneso was
nuido plainly e blent to Attorney
I.lghtfoot ut today's seuslon of tho con
spliacy trial, .v. lieu ho resumed his
crotsK-oxanilnatloii of IMItor Sliulia.
Tliu bitter pursounl element entered
frequently Into tho proceedings and
was always smouldering under the sur,
face, ready to break out as soon as
cot tain subjects were touched upon.
Ughtfoot mot frequent discomfiture ut
tho hands of tho witness ho was ex
amining nnd FOinetlmes turned tho
tables, but at no tlmo did ho Bcoro u
point over his ls-a-la. '.
Tho first three questions nsked of
the witness by Ughtfoot wero object
ed to by Kinney and the objection was
sustained by Judgo Do Bolt, Thoy, In
effect, nsked or Shcba If ho did mil
print langungo In tho Shlnpo kIiuII.ii
to that with which the Jljl was
charged with and the objection was
on tho grounds that tho JIJI and not
tho Shlnpo was on trial.
Ughtfoot commenced to nsk the
same 'question again, but slightly par
aphrasing It ami Kinney again object
ed and called the opposing counsel
down for disregard of tho court's rul
ing. Ughtfoot niailo n long argument
but lost his point. "
Ughtfoot then asked -if a bltt6r cor
respondence had been carried on be
tween the two papers and Shebu ad
mitted some, nourly all on the part of
the JIJI. On Kinney's objection to tho
lino of examination on tho bame
grounds ns before, I.lghtfoot grow
wrathful but lotlng out again. aBked
lhat'all tostlmouy wherein Sheba had
said.as said mailer printed In his pa
p'er Vas proper, bo stricken from the
record. To this tho prosecution
Ffvo minutes later, In answer to a
question of Ughtfoofs Sloba answered
by Inference nnd drew out his answer
to make It plainer. k
'Now, I don't want any long spoech
making," sputtered Ughtfoot, and pro
ceeded to Indulge In a little brow.boat
Ing, forgetting the long and' weary
hours he has Hpcnt In elegant conver
sation himself, Ho nuked that the
witness, .bo Instructed to answer' di
rectly and not by Inference, which us
much as admitted that ho needed a
handicap to get nronnd Shobo.
Tho testimony covered tho first
meeting promoted by Ishil and hold
In-Ishll's house and Ughtfoot attempt
ed 'to mako the witness make a dam
aging admission as to his reasons for
opposing the admittance 'or Negoro
- ' - I T M 1 ' .
W killed hero today In ft sham '
The cholera situation hero Is unilhr
has dropped from 1K2 to C2.-
Telephone 588. Wood and Coal Stove
fuel. Quality and Quantity the aim.
and Filling "rf-li
REWARD OF $50
Since the day before jesterday
there has been a man hunt going on
I ntowii, and each police, officer has
been vlelng 0110 'with tho other to
obtain the coveted reward of SD0 of
fered for the capture of flvd desert
ers from tho German steumer Plena
burg. The night before last u II u 1 1 e -
I I n reporter accompanied an officer
round town In n vain endeavor to
land the men, "lint without success.
King slice t was travelled from cud
to end. Hotel, lleietunla, Itlver,
Kukui nnd other streets were also
gone over. Chinese and Japanese
stores, leo cream parlors mid saloons
were visited, but without success. It
whs thought they would very likely
Jiu In Mime saloon, but thoy could
not lie located,
Yesteiday afternoon, however, Of
ficer Iteeves wns the lucky man to
land tho piizo packet, and lie located
the outfit hiding In the Kcawe
bushes at Camp Very, whllo their
belongings wj'ro discovered buried
In the sand.
Their names nro Michael Anlobl, n
Herman, Joso Navas, n Mexican,
John Kostor,.a'l)ocr, John Ilurke, an
Kngllshman, and J,on Peterson, a
Russian, They have been sent buck
to the ship.
A man who Keeps n saloon open
on Sunday is not lit to be a citizen
of the United States; ruled tho Illi
nois Supremo Court In the caso of
Louis Ilrasky of Kast St. Louis, who
failed to obtain naturalization pa
pers becauso ho violated tho Sun
day closing law.
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and Klaklno but ho fulled. ;
Later in answer to nn objection' of
Kinney's, Ughtfoot remarked that und
er UiCBO conditions ho plainly saw
that the cross examination would tako
Kinney laughed pleasantly, "Then
1 pity you," he said, "not tho witness,
when ho gots through with you."
"That icmalns to bo Been," splut
torcil Mr. Ughtfoot,
"I don't think so." returned Kinney,
"I think It line been seen already."
"That's a fool remark. Mr. Klnnev"
growled tho other and proceeded with
tliu examination along milder Hue.
X.INENS and SUCKS, PONGEES
W. W. AHANA CO.
62 S, Xing, No Branches,
f IN FOREIGN PORTS I
Friday, July 23.
PIINTA Altn.VAB Hailed July 21 J
S. H. Arlzonan, for Honolulu.
ALAMEDA MAKES -
Flvu days, fifteen hours nnd thirty
foil,' minutes, la. tin.- tlm6 that tho
Oceanic llrcr. Alameda, Captain Dow
dell, mado between San Francisco nnd
Honolulu, her destination. She, left
San Francisco about eight hours late,
but arrived hero this morning at 10
o'clock, covering the distance In n, re
markably good IlllK!.',. .
. Slip brought stxty;iilne cabin and
flffv.nl, ... .Inftrm.n tidabtifrnru fiM tltltf
port. Thlrtj -seven of tho -latter wero'
Porto Itlcans anil Spaniards', who came
down lieio from .Hnn lrnhclsco to
work In plantations. Some of them
wero hero befoie.
Among tho passongers Is J, II.
Ilcrtselie. manuger of tho Young, who
has been Visiting on Iho mainland. Ho
Is looking' well after spending n well
darned vacation In tho State.
't.orrln .Andrews, former Attorney
I General, (hIbo returned from a long ab-
fence in i no mines, nu win neconio
Deputy AtlorneyOeneral of the Terri
tory. Chas. A. flibron 'H tho treasurer of
the Occanlo Stcamrhlp Company In
Ban 'Francisco. Ho 'Wns on tho brdgo
wllh Cnptnln Dowdell us tho liner
docked this morning. Ho.cainu down
for n vacation, and will return on tho
Lieutenant W. I nuiclifleM, who
arrived today, will bo stationed at
Camp yery under "Major Long.
C. NaugJrdt. thn world' champion
ikater, also arrived on tho Alameda.
Ho was accompanied by his wlfu. (1.
F. Itenton. Jr., sou of Manager Itenton
of Kiva plantation, returned from col
legefor u visit with his family. Dr. V
Mltamur.i, n Japanese physician, enmo
down hero for a v.icMIoii, Ho may Id
cat'o here permanently.
Mrs. V. Savldge, wife of tho clerk of
tho Senate, accompanied by her chll
ill en and maid, rcturnd.
Tho Abimeda brought 370 hags' of
mall for Honolulu, l-ast night a grand
concert was held on board her by the
OF NO AVAIL
The tearful f.yinp.itliy dodge -feli
on stony souls this morning when
Dr. John Atchcrley came up before
Judge Itoblneoii lit the Circuit Court
on habeas cm pus proceedings. At
torney Harrison, engaged nt tho
elecnth hour' to represent the ul
legcd'lnsano doctor, asked for' an ex
tension of 'tlpie In which to prepare
and tho court set tho caso over until
tomorro wnt 9 si. m. Harrison usked
that his client lie allowed to return
to his home under tliu custody of a
police officer; ns he had private pa
tients who needed Ills care and
treatment, but the court ruled other
wise and he wns remanded 'to the
asylum. Mrs. Atchcrley nt once
rushed up to tho Judge und for ten
minutes, tearfully begged and plead
ed that he might bo let off, but her
pleas were of no 'avail.
It's a tVdlllnc.
This Is not an adveitlsomcnt, oxcejit
that it refers tq tho brand now black
chunk of H'ipetual truublu lutely itc
qulied by Muiton Campbell, Superin
tendent of Public Works, Commission
er of Public Lands, Com but, pshaw,
what'B tho use of going Into details.
Yes, Mr, Cniuplin.ll has un automo
bile nt lait, black .with threo scale
(One duck on behind, ns usual) und
may now' flit around among his many
headquarters und leave gubollng odors
In his wako Instead of ultramarine nt
mnsphero as heretofore,
(P. B. 'Mayor Fern called this morn
ing to offer his congratulations.)
TO ISSUE BONDS.
(Continued from Pace 1j
for Improvements nnd extensions. Wo
nro planning for places to begin such
works and also for economy In admin
Istratlon. It Is desired to glvu tho
town n good system of wuter supply
and to run it economically."
The scheme will Include tho sepnr
ate issue of bonds to determine, on
the amount needed, ut what terms
nnd discount they can bo Issued, dif
ferent rntcs, and per cont for 'differ
ent Issues. Wo uie figuring on giv
ing bettor service with glenter econ
omy. Everything Is loft to our dls
cretlon, nnd It Is up to us to make
good, and wo expect to do so."
THE STKAMKIl Ocean Queen, Hav
ing u cargo of gimio, nrrUed Inst night
nt about S o'clock from Sydney, via
Ocean Ishind. Sho mado tho trip In
till! teen days.
THIS imiTIBII ship Den Leo, Cap
nln Atkinson, sailed this morning for
tho States, 'whoro she will discharge
tho rest of her cargo,
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a to u i p io n ic . 's a 4i
Mill T I
First quarter of the' moon, July 2S.
llawatiuu ulaudaid Hunt is 10 iiuuia
30 mlnutea slower Urau Greenwich
lime, being that, ol the meridian of 167
leereea So minutes Tl e time whlilie
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is the same
as Oreenwlch, 0 houro 0 minuted. Huu
und moon ace for local time tor the
Thursday. July 22.
B. B. Ocean (lucyn, from Ocean In
land, anchored outside, SMC p. m.
Friday, July 23.
S. B. Alameda, Dowdell, front Ban
PraneUco, 10 a. in,
B. H, I.urllne, Wccdcii, from Ban
Francisco, 1:1a p. in,
Thursday, July 22.
S. S. Kl l.obo, dray,' for Yokohama,
4.-1S p. m.
B. B. Flonsbiirg, Ruhr, for Sydney, 4
, Friday, July 23.
Stmr. Maun j. I.oa, Blmerson, for
Maul ami Hawaii ports, 12 in.
Stmr. Claudlne, liennctt. for Maul
nnd Hawaii ports, S p. in.
(!.-A. S. 8. Aoraugl, for tho Colonics,
Ilk. It. P. lilthet, Drew, for San
Francisco, u. in.
Stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman, from
Hllo and way iKirts, n. m.
S. S. Aoraugl, Phillips, from Victoria.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED I
Per B B Al.'ltnniln frnm linn L-pnti.
Cisco, July 2.I. J. Abadlc, Lorrln An
dresvs, F. 1,. Atliell, II. S. Averell. Mlsx
M. Pnrnoj, W. C. llnrtholemew, H.
Uleaklcy, Ilyron llllss. 'aeorgo DIIsh,
H. It. llrowu, Lieut. W. L, lliirchllold.
Mls Sara llmke. Matt liurtou, E. id.
Chilton. Mrs. I.. I,. Christopher, Mlsa
Anna Cobb, C. W. Cobb, Miss Janet
Cohb, C. M. Davis. Mrs. Davis, Miss
.Mildred kD.ivls, Miss Anita Douglas,
Frank Kurlo A l.':illnn rima a nn.
son, Miss II. Glasscock, MIssC.Gohl-
mm, m. i-. uonisiniin, .miss a. Grey,
Mrs. W. J. Horstman, Miss Mnrraret,
B. Haynes. J. II. HoiUcho, Miss t.. Ir
win, L. II. Jones, J. i:. Kennedy, W. M. "
l.niigtin, .M. II. I.ovy, Mrs. Levy. Mlsa
Jano Lister. Mis. M. P. McNeil, .Miss
Viva MnN'.MI. I. Mpntlliin.ln,, n fi..i.
Mrs. Mint; and child. Dr. V. Mltamum!
...,rn ,.,. u, MIUUII, .1I1HS A, iVIOUSUr, I,.
Naugaidt, Mrs. Nuugarilt, Mrs. J. S.
Noble, Chas. Orr. Mrs. Orr, G. F. Iten
ton. Jr.. .Mrs. W. Snvldge, 3 children
and maid, Mrs. K. Sloano. A. L. Bmllli
Mrs. Smith, Miss Mnrlednu Bnell, W.
R. Stewart, Miss Ileiislo M, Swan, MlM
Illnncho II, Wenner, F. J. White Mrs.
White, iK M. Gosling.
Per B. 8. Lurllno, from Ban Fran
cisco, July 23. Miss F. Norwell, MIsh
M. A. Wcedln. A. W. Morse, Mrs.
Morso. Mlts M. Stcrry, MisslG. Tlck
ncr. Miss L. Johnston. Mr. Morcheail,
Mrs. Morchead, Paul Biiikt, Mrs. II.
Smith, Mrs. J. II. Schutto. II. Deck
with. Mrs. Deckwlth. F. Terns. Mrs.
M. B. Terns, F. Ubdoll, Mrs. J. K. llh,'
gins, Master Hlgglns, L. Wllhlngton.
Miss It. C. Bhnw, A. Judd. Mrs. Jimd
and child. E. Ulschof, a. Comjios, Mrs
A. Ilemcro und 2 children.
The Mauna Lon left today for Kona
Knu ports, taking general cargo for
her regulur ports of cill on Hawaii,
Sho will return noxt Friday, with sug-
ar and general products from Kona.
Tho Claudlno leaves this aftor-.oon
at S o clock for Maul ports and Hllo
Sho will return on Thursday rooming.
FIX LOW RATE
Chnlrmnn Pittrln ni ttm oi,i,,....
Wharf CommIttfn nnnnnni .-
day nt tho mcetlng-of tho Merchant's
1D5UC1UUUH mai a tax or two cents
l;r unit of measurement was recom
mended on coal, fertilizer and lumber.
Potrlo estimated that tho revenue to
he dorlvoJ from hucIi n tnv .... u
amount to about 32000. Tho two-cent
rnto on liimbor. con I nmi r.,rini,.. . i
estimated to bo about equivalent tq
u H.-H uuiim u uuu raio levied t'i
iho commit too recommended that
IllO tax Climo llllll tnr-fn nrf 1.. -
Petrle explained that tho uo't stoken
of meant ".COO foot of liimM.; andZr
Inn nt fnul mi, I r...,lli.- '" '',vl
Sea Wwns, $100
.18-foot Hotor Launch with 4-0ye
vw, iuo, vcmpiete,
'HE CHAPIES D. WALKERS. B0A1
AND MACHINE W0BKS
Xing fit 0ffit ionik It, i