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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY. JULY 24, 1909.
Leahl Chapter Ho. 2 Rccjular
Pacific Second Degree.
Hawaiian Third Dearee.
Oceanic Third Degree.
At! visiting mmtiera of tho
Order are cordially Invited to
tttcud meeting of local lodge
HARMON LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets 9Yrrj Monday evening t
1:30 ta 1. 0. 0. f Hall, Fori afreet.
12. II. HBNDIIY, Secretary.
1 D. W ICKU, N. 0.
llrvliltluE brothers ry cordially
OAHU I0DOE, Wo. I, 2. of. S.
IJeuts ovry first and third, KM
ioy ovenltiK at 7:30 In K. o( 1. Kail,
corner Fori and DeretanU. Visiting
Drainers curdsnily Invited to ntteait.
r. n. nughnt, a c.
It. G03L1N0. K. 11. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 01G, B. F. 0. E.
IIouululu Lodge No. CIS, n. I'. 0.
Elk., meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday ecn
Ing. VUltltij llrothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
12. A. D0UTII1TT, 12. U.
II. C. I2AST0N, Scc'y.
Wm. JI'IUilLEY LODGE No.S, K.ofl'.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturda)
evening ut 7.30 o'clock In K. ot V
flail, cor. Fori una lleretanla. Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M McGIlRW, C. 0.
E. A. JAC0DSI2N, K. It. S
eOKOLUIU AEHIE 140, F. 0. X
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKD
HESDAY evenings ol cuch month al
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hll, cornei
Beretania and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. M. McCOY. W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE. No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights of
l'ytbias Hall. Visiting hrothors cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. FI2RRY, Sachem.
12. V. TODD, C. of it.
-fc-JUl&XVAJIKt 'UtdTiA W fK.WMrftlWXKJCiW
Wo ara in line with the J
lest assortment of I
In the market. All makes. r.
1'erfnmcd and Plain. S
Just nsk for the kind yon
Ichnhardt's Candies always
Kinp and Fort Sts.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
At All Wntchdcalers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
& Cor. FORT and K JO Sts.. Honolulu.
HEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Building, Tort St.
v Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
;.; Bullotin Editorial Hoom Phone 185.
No two men arc just
alike no two suits
should be just alike.
You want perfect
fitting clothing, don't
Only way is to have
them made for you.
Get us to moke them
for you, because we
We find it easy to do
No, not when you
Our business suiU
made to your measure
for Twenty-five Dol
lars are incomparable.
Our evening clothes
Geo. A. Martin,
GEAttY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.60 A OAT UP
AMERICAN PLAN S3.00 A OAY UP
J A niw down town hold. Steel and
brick slmeturo. Furnishes it a cost ol
$150,000. Eierr comfort and eominl
anc. On oar linos trintforrlni to ill
parts of ollj. Omnibus milts aR trains
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
With the new Amberol records
that play four minutes, the Edison
is more 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 un in all styles,
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Edward Everett Hale
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
B 0 0 K8
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.,
Fort and Merchant Sts
CIIOICE CUT FLOWERS.
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The D u 1 1 o 1 1 n makes Its own
scratch pads, makes them good and
tig and sells them tor flvo cents.
A lot of country plantation men tiro
In town, and intend taking In tho box
In B contest thin evening.
Tho Anchor Saloon, Monty Mont
gomery, manager. King nud Nuunnu
Btrects, is a popular local resort.
J6h'n H. flergstrom, piano tuner nnd
rupatrer. Formerly with Bcrgstrom
Music Co. P. O. Ilox 40. Phono 681.
Noah Alull came down today on thu
Mauna Ken. Ho will leave for the Or
ient on tho .Mongolia, sailing next Wed
nenday. , ,
Secretary Paul Super, or the local
Y, M. C, A., was among the passengers
to nrrlvo n nllio I.urlltio esterday from
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 60 cenU at B u 1
let in offlc
0. S. Holloway, accompanied by Mru.
Holloway and chlldivn, returned to
day from Hawaii, where they have
boon spending their vacation.
In a letter to Secretary II. P. Wood,
of tho Promotion Commltleo, U. S.
(lrnnt. Jr., says he may li:It Hawaii
with his family next February.
King street Is to ho repaired from
Walklki corner of tho Capitol grounds
to Nuuanu avemio and oiled. The bal
last has liocii put In an far as thu front
gates of the Capitol.
County Kiiglnecr Gcro Is planting
grars in all of tho city school building
gioumls, wheru needed, nnd doing ev
erything to make them inviting and
pleasant for the children.
Uinla Kenake, according to ;i San
Francisco paper, Is again In tho laco
for the Honolulu postonice. Ho has
been for tlreu J ears past Rudolph
Sprocket' confidential man.
Tho Chicago baseball team defeated
tho Detroit (late Now York) bunch
by a Bcoro ot 3 to 0, on tho city dia
mond, at noonttmo today. Tho gamo
attracted tho usual big crowd tit fans.
Attorney General jt'Iemenway nnd
his departmental staff aro preparing
tho papers for tho suits to bo Institut
ed against delinquents In sower rates.
Thcro Is a balance of $5500 still out
standing. Central Union Church Morning
I worship at 11 o'clock; tho mlnlstor
will preach, subject "Tho Perfect
I Teacher." livening worship at 7:30
' o'clock; sermon by th r..tntstr, sub
'Ject, "Tho Magic Mine"
I Although tcveral of !.o members of
tho Hoad Committee favuiud tin) nil
' ting of tho munkcyp'j I trees In r.iuma
street. Oihi Supervisor, wlu la an
, ardent champion of the llee.s, would
mot stand lor ft and won out.
1 Having deelopcd Into a full-tlcdgu.l
' Hawaii, boaster, Captain William
Howe, If. S. Inspector of Hulla for Iln
wall, who In on a vacation In San Frur.
cisco, writes that ho moots iiijik Ho
nolulu (K'oplu Ihero, and nlwnv puts
In a good word for tho Islands.
Governor Frenr yesterday expressed
himself ns fnvorablo to tho idea of
bilnglng Russian laborers to the Is
lands, advising a small settlement at
first to "test" them, under which cir
cumstances It would ba easier tii set
tle tho problem in caso they were not
A cablegram to Governor Frenr from
Augustus Knudscn at tho Exposition
yesterday, couched In posltho langu
age, requested tho Gcnornor'u presenco
nt Seattle on Auguct 21, but tho Chief
lCxecutlvo could not accept for rea
sons connected with tlio pressing busi
ness of his office.
Tho High Sheriff has attached tho
property of William II. Cornwall on
Maul. Cornwell la at present living
In California and tho attachment fol
lowed a Judgment against him in the
Circuit Court in fnvo'r of Arthur M.
IJrown to tho sum of I1S41.CS. A prom
issory nato was tho basis for tho claim.
According to a letter received yes
terday from tlie father of Raymond M,
linker, bigamist, by U. S. District At
torney Breckons, tho young man will
not itccho the financial assistance,
from Baker, Sr., ho expected. Al
though tho tono of tho letter shows
that ho has tho best wishes ot hlu
rather, ho will get little elso.
An effort Is now being made to in
duce Governor Frear to make an ex
chango with tho Bishop Kjiuto wheru
by Atkinson Pari: In Kakaal'o, nnd tho
land lying Immediately maknl down to
Ala Moana road, will como Into tfio
rossesslon of the county. If tho doal
goes through, tho whole will be throw,
together Into onu largo park.
Hawaii owes her place In tho Na
tional Irrigation Congress at Spokano
largely to tho efforts of F. It. Ncwoll,
head ot Hie, reclamation service, of thu
Government. Mr. Newell wroto a let
ter on behalf of tho Hawaiian delega
tion to tho chairman of tho Congicss'
Kxecntlvo Committee, asking that u
placo on tho program ho reserved for
tho Island? as Marston Campbell has
Tho body of tho lato W. 0. Walker
arrived this' morning on tho Mauna
Kea. It was met by K. II. Paris,
Gcorgo W. Smith am John Draw of
Lodge Pacific nnd conveyod to under
taking parlors, where It will remain
until tho arrival of Mrs, Walker and
hoi- chlldien, who will accompany It
to California for the flua'l Interment
The funota) was hold at Illlo last
Thursday with full Masonic sen Ice
under tho Jlrectlon of W. II, C. Camp
boll, Master of Kllauoa lodge. There
will be no luneral services In this city,
For business and want yours. We give all orders our personal attention.
jas. h. love. City Transfer Co phone i&2.
MAKES JAPAN RESTIVE
WASHINGTON', July liS.Jnp'jiii Is becoming restive under the
trade conditions Imposed by her trb.ity with the United Slates, the
recently propoijed negotiations for a no wtreaty notwithstanding. Tho
present treaty does not cxpho for two years.
Ambassador O'Brien l quote il nslln fact, tho question of tuimlgrntlon
follows iu tho new tiealy with Japan und llio ticatnu-nt of .Inpancfu In tho
by thu San Francisco L'.ill: United SJpIch In Hint icgaid is not
'' 8o fnr as I know, the .lup.mcno dheutsed there except In I ho ciilnmns
Government has not glve.i out any
men Intimation, (not desiring to re
new the treaty that oxplro3 In Kill).
Tho fnet Is that the (!oMrnnient baa
not glen Hip trcntj a thought, so far
as Immigration unil exclusion features
lire concerned. That (Internment docs In them. Kcii tho riiiiitunn coplo
not declro Its rcoile to emigrate, nnd (ure nfTected by tlicni. They lisur reel
accords the right of the United States Ings of filendthip for tho Hulled
to rcgulato Its Imuilgratloii mattery ' Stuten, and It Is not their Inclination
as Japan claims the sumo right to , to do or snj anything tint would tend
rcgulato its own Immigration mattcra. to disturb that scntlniont."
NEW MINISTRY FOR FRANCE.
PARIS, July 22. -M. Ilrlnnd Una announced the pi-n-ounel or tho
now ministry. M. ll.irthou Is Minister or Jiu-tlce, M. P. Icliiin Is Minis
ter of Foreign Artaiis. nnd George. Cochery Is Minister of Finance.
Tho MlnisterH or War and Navy will be cnuounced tomorrow. Gen
eral Ilriin and Ailmli.il Pnyrero hae lieen suggextcd lor the portfolios
and hao announted their willingness to accept.
TORPEDO BOATS IN COLLISION.
PORTSMOUTH. Hnglanil. July 2 3. -During thu nnwil nmneiiverfi to
ntgiit two torpedo boats collided. Onu of the boats was badly dam
aged, There wVrc no fnlullllLii.
INDIAN ASSASSIN MUST DIE.
LONDON, July 23. Dhlniigrl, Hie Indian who Killed Wyllle Unl
earn, was sentenced to dentil today ufter a trial of onu hour's duration.
DIED OP1 CHOLERA GOING HOME.
KOHNIOSHURG, Germany, July 23. -Roger Wlilnflelil of Wiscon
sin, who was on his way fiom Ruud.i, died here from choleia. '
SPAIN'S NEW MINISTER.
WASHINGTON, July 23. The Minimis do Villalobec.
Spanish Minister to thn United States, has arrived.
1ST A XT v
B. Express a,nd
General Transportation. Excavating
General Contractinir. G. V.
Riichings, nil colors.
Young men cupccl.illy sludeiitH nt
Punnhoii and elaowlioto who upinccl
ate stjllsh clothes, should sou tho L'd
eilielmer-SUlu clothing ml of Sllv.i's
loggery in touuy h p.u-or.
Do joii want to sou u shoo lb.it
stands distinct umong pretent day
stjles or its kind? Call ul Melnernj's
Shoo Store lor tho now sliou for men,
high and low shapes, nt II und $1.50.
Ilium will begin a sale or Batten-
burg ut 8 o'clock on Monday morning,
Tho pieces rnngo In prieo from ten
cents to six dollars. Seo tlio window
The wholesales staff or Sachs Dry
Goods Co. Is making nctlo piop.ua-
tlnns for tho grand annual clearance
salo to start Minn, This snlo will bo a
record-brenkor. Wutch ror announce-
Kxqulslto colored Filipino and Tahl
tlan mats, fans, baskets, tapas. Hawaii
&. South ficas Curio Co., Young build
ing next cable ofllco. Oriental cur
ios, brasses, pottery and 200 subjects
In soinenlr post cards.
Jordan's call special attention trt
their pew shipment of the celebiated
Mndnnio Ireno corsets. , This coisot Is
rnst winning ravor ovorywhero as he-
youd cmiipetltlon. Jordan's curry tho,
leading styles nt S7.r,o, S12.S0 and sis.
Men who nro particular about their
iIicsh and who used to order their
or thu Bonautliiiial pross, whuxu cor
lespondents Ju tho United Stales nro
eonstartllysondliig.ovcr tho most sen
latlonal and untruthful reports. Jtipv
nece olllcliila understand these reports,
nnd their origin, aiuf placo no n , lcnee
Telephone 588. Wood and Coal Stove
' Quality and Quantr
Quantity the aim.
eloihes niailu to order riom Ihelr local
tailor now buy Alfred Benjamin
clothes. Tint's because there's nunc
satisfaction In n "Benjamin" suit. Sold
by Tho Knsh Co., Ltd.
Cliniles F. SIcnihcn.'Toiiiicr clerk-In
thn Illlo post ullleo, died In Buutllu yes
teuiuy. Tlio newii or his death was
cn,:e,, ,,0WII ,cro a ,,,H u.,aV0B ,.
his wife, who accompanied him to thu
Slemson was n Hawnlliui and was
limn u nllio Island or Huwall. Ho wus
educated ut tho Knmcliaineha i-chool.
whero ho giaduated with honor. Ilo
was at nno tlmo employed In tho Do-
piirlinont of Public WorliB. Aitei-'
winds ho went to Illlo and entered tho
postal sen Ice.
Ho mairled Miss Helen Dosha,
daughter or (iemgo Desha, postmaster
r H'lo, li u thu Setttlu Dxposlllon
"! ''o I ho. itcconiiunlcd by his wlfo,
c,lt "icro In nearch or health. Hu
io ivos chlitlrci to mourn their loss.
His leiualns will bo biouglit back,
Tho Ailzoinn will nnUo liero about
Aii-mut !!. Sho I'onies Horn tho Al
,allll cast by way of tho Straits of
Sea Wrens, $100
j.8.foot Motor Launch with 4-Cvcn
Motor, $175. Comnlete
HE CHARLES D, WALKERS. B0A7
AND MACHINE VORKS
Trino fit ntinii. Bno, a
LINENS and DUCKS, PONGEES
W. W.. AHANA CO,
02 S. King,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, July 23.
PUNTA ARLWAS Sailed July 21 ;
H. S Arii'onaii, for Honolulu.
Saturday, July 24.
Si:ATTLI2 Sailed July 23:
S. S. Texan, for Honolulu.
GRAY'S HARBOR Sailed July 23:
Hehr. Dauntless, 'for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed July 23:
S. S. Iljades, for Seattle.
HAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd July 21:
Ilk, Andiew Welch, lor Honolulu.
HII.O Airlved July HI:
Ilk. Albert, 20 days from Port Lud
low, HII.O Arrived July 21:
8 H. Knlerprlso, from Sa nlV.incli.rci.
WANT CHINA'S LOAN.
Compromise Suggested By German
And French Financiers
London, July 10. Representa
tive of American bunkers now In
London, will leavo for ''Paris enrly
next week to ninko another effort to
reach an Agreement with tho i2uro
penn Ilnnncleis for American parti
cipation In the Hankow Szo Chucu
railroad loan or $27,000,000.
The greatest reticence Is main
tained with respect tu the meeting
helil In London this wool;. It Is un
derstood, however, Hint tlio Geimuii
nnd French bankers raino heie un
der thu delusion that thu Americans
were prepaied to niccpt n compro
mise. They fonud, however, Hint
the Americans insisted on the ac-c-eptiinco
ol tho stiito department's
terms anil the breaking off or nego
tiations was only prevented ut thu
(suggestion, inn do by the continental
lepiesontutlves. Hint they hu given
time to consult with their respective
KPYiTiiineuts, nrter which hullier
meetings would hu held In I'm la and
Beilln If noccssjiy.
It Is. certain that the Americans
will not recede from their stiinil
tnknn nt tlio London meeting nnd If
necessary will Iii3lt that China
shall nut sign thu loin agreement
until (ho American claim Is recog
nized. GREAT AMERICAN NOVEL
. CHOL'LD APPEAR THI3 YEAR,
Psycriclogjc.il Mameit In Literature
Is Now at Hand.
' Chicago, July III "Tim gloat Ameri
can notcl Iw dd, Prof James W. Linn,
himself an author, sal I yesterday,
sreiklng nt llio Unlvenlly of Chicago,
on "I!jo All tho Oqod Novels Been
"This Is tlio psychological J ear." ho
said, "oxuetly one century from tho
nppiMianCo or that flood or great nov
els Ironi Seolt, Illicit nnd others.
"The grwit American novel will
como from soma obicure author. It
will ho either romantic or on inline
greut moral problem."
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record July 23, 1C09,
from 10:33 a. m. to -1:39 p. m.
Henry Kitno ot nl by mtgeo to Don-
ills J Casliuiuii n
Entered for Record July 24, 1909,
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Joseph K Llko to Noa W nluli M
Noa W Alull to Knimii Akniuu ...AM
John T Baker to Joo Mniilz L
William Kinney et nl to L Ah Hip ,.L
D.nld M Lonohlwa to Sblniborl Yn-
W P McDougall and wf to Huiny L
Francisco do M Coma and wl to
Mary 0 Aqular -...I)
Muiy C 'Agiilur mid IihIi to Manuel
II Plmentnl m
Antono V Mmclel lei Dang I.iihb ...I.
Maull Kulieuua (k) to Kuholoknhlkl
William Suvldgo Tr by Jordan A Sll-
James S. Lemon was today grnnt
ed a dlvoico by Judgo Roblnbon
riom Annio Lemon todny on the
grounds or desertion. Tho husband
alleged thut his wlfo hud deberted
him two years ago and would not
'I ho lighthouse lender Kukul In be
Ing scraped on tho mailtio i all way.
Sho will recelvo a now coat or paint
beforo sho Is released by tlio contract
ois. Quito n number of thu passrugeia
from tho Acimugl spent the forenoon
out al Witlklkl nud canoes weio In
$1,100. " ?lil0o
I am offermg you a new large
home with three bedrooms, never oc
cupied, near St. Louis School, with
iron roof, modern Dlumbimr. and lot
4089 Sfl. feet, rir?bt in tnvun fnr nl
$1,100. Very cheap. Rare bargain.
This is $300 less than cost..
Here is your chance,
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg, - 74 S.. King St.
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Ta I.'! n ll -oi l 1 1
A. m. e. i.
i D ii 1 1 7 At a :i .1 iii
lo a. 1 3 s in a u;
First quarter of the moon, July 2C.
ilaArtiiuu olaudurd time is iv uuuis
JO mluutei slower than Greenwich
time, being that ot the meridian of IS?
iegrees 3U minutes Tl e time nhlstlo
blcws at 1:30 p. m., which Is tho same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Hun
nud moon are (Or local time tor tn
nholo group. '
I : .
Saturday. July 24.
Slmr. Mnuna Ken, Fiectnan, from
Illlo nud way ports, 7:15 u. in.
S. S. AoraiiKl, Phillips, ftoin Van
couver, 8:30 n. m.
Friday, Inly 21.
A.-II. H. S. Columbian, Nichols, ror
I'oit Allen, KnualS.'SO p. PI.
Stun-, Climdliie, Dennett, f.-,r Muni
and Hawaii porn, S p. m.
I SAILING TODAV
S. S. Aoiniigl, Plillllps. for Cnmniiv,
3 p. m.
I!k. It. P. Itllhet, Drew, f.ir Sun
SAILING TOMORROW I
Per H. H. Aoiniigl, Phllllpi, riom
Viinroimt, Jufy 21 J. O. Uiwronco.
W, W. Illiidinan, Mrs. Iiliidiiiau. A. (I.
Dorse. .Mrs. A. ll. Dui-se, L. 12. li illicit.
Mim. B.irtlett, Mlas 12. M. Helalie.-, W.
Iiclllnger. Miss 12. Wlhon, J Craig.
Mrs. I S. Woodman, Miss A. T. Kelly.
I. Pakn, Mrs. J. P.ika, Mr. Slilpm.ui,
Mm. Shlpiuiin, MIhh O. Shlpiivui. Mlsi
M. Stone. Mrs. W. II, Dull, Mim. J. 12.
Mum o, W. Ingato llalbi, Mri. Iiisaio
flails. Master Ingito Balls. 1-2. Wmlh
Ingtiui. J. . Kwlng, W. Mlllor, 1L l.ll
ileo, MIshV. Giolly, II. Whylo, A. Cad-al-,
A. Ti.nes, II. Trnvoc, V. Ti.nca,
John Gaclien, O. Nines. J. M'icliadI,
M, Janllll, J. Rodilgiius, M, Sousa,
John Newbell Marshall, Mrs. Now bell
Marshall and Inriint, J. Newbell Mnr
shall, A. New boll Marshall 11. Now bull
Marshall, John Almeida, M. Almeida,
I. Rogers, J, Rotors, F. Costa, J. Man
Ion, 11, W. Iloscoe.
I'er sttur. Mauna Kea. IVeoina".
fiomllllo and way ports, July 24. V.'
P. Plnkston, Mrs. Plnkston, Mrs. W.
R. Wall. .Mrs. J. 12. Beck, Dr. A. Black
man, Mrs. Blackiiinn, Miss Blnckmnii,
.Miss II. Cogan, C. Blackmail, F, Relisc.
A. G. M. Robertson, Mrs. Robertson,
A. C. Mnby. J. II. McKenzlo. Mlsn Win
ter, Miss Nugent, Miss R. Iluasey, S
S. Spllzer. W. T. lYost. T. n. Robin,
son. R. S. Lllllo, Miss K. Smllli, Mlsn
II. Clark, Mrs. A. 8. Konwuy, Mrs. .1.
Nawnll, Plo Chuliuers, Joo Chnlnioni,
Chas. David, J. Wyllo, .Inn. Walker, 11.
II. Williams, Miss Andean, Joo Wiilnl.
Noa Alull Mrs. K. Medlnns. O. N. N.i
gusn. Mrs. II. T. Walker. Dr. A. J.
Derby. Ui-v. J. I.ldgjto. F. J. Lln.lc
mann, Mrs. Lldgato, 12. J. Gay, C.
Slllliniin. s. P. Woods, C. W. McClan
alian. F. Slilnglo. R. W. Shlnglo, Kd
Ingham, A. Mason, Goo. Lycurgus nud
sorvniit, Mrs. WnodB, Hov. C. II. Mlu.
Rev. J. W. Wndinan, 12. C. Bond, (leu.
Blown, II. FcsKondon, Miss M. lllvon.
O. S. Hollowny, Mrs. Holloway nnd
four chlldiun, T. O'nrlcn, J. F. Rock,
Robt. Kllini, Ah Chong, Mastor AS
Mood, Mru. Hall, Mrs. C. H. Clilng, r.
Feinandez nud daughter, 1-2, Knplo j.
WvKaliia, Mis. Maxwell nnd soii.'mIbs.
Mnuna Kea, Miss M. H. Saniuols, Dr.
Osinerii.. J. Knnnkl, T. Kllogawa, C F
Herrlck. P. K. .Toilet, D, R. Kiiluis I)!
I,. Ausllii 11.-Waggoner,' II, MrCubhln.
K. Mlllunl Mm. Dmlrnn nnd tilriMi
children. AIIbb L Hlnes, I). H. Kalian
lello, Mis. Kuhaulello, Mru. R. P. Hosp
Mlbs 1 Saffcry.
PUHSUIt PHILLIPS of the yttlma
Ken. which arrlvod this niornP,B inm
Illlo nud way ports, leixirts as fo.
lows: inwurd fi eight list 2 homes
ens ohln lumber. 30 Inrrols empty hot",
ties, 12 bags taio, 3 cases pR3 )P,..
rela gin, 1 cisket. 32 empty k',.("!a M
packages eKotnhl3s, s cuseii chlckons
7' bags awa, 10 crates celery, 88 l.agf
cabbigu. 210 packages sundries. Sug
:ir nwaltlng shlpinent cm Hawaii
Olaa, 18 600; Walakea, 21,000; Hnwl
Mill. fiOOOi Waluali,,. is.000; Onoine.1
1I.C00; Pepoekeo, 10,800; iooinu!
1,10,; Hakalau. 28.000; La.ipaliou
irni ,,':?0,0:i0k'".00; Kukalau D.
2? m, 'V,"""?" "' "7: "amakir,.
-I.C00; I-aa.ih.iu, 18 500; llonokun, 13
TOO; Ixiikiillinclo, HOOj Hou3,,
4803; Piinaluu, 10,000.
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