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BVEN1N0 DOLLET1N, HONOLULU, T. 11., MONDAY, AUOUST 2, 1009.
Ocaanlc First Den,re.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
All visiting members ot thu
Order nre cordially Invited to
tttend meetings o( local lodge
HARMONY LODGE, Mo. 3, 1. 0. 0. S.
Moils dvery Monday evening l
7:30 In I. O. O. F Hall, Tort Street.
K. II. HENDRY, Secretary
1'. D. WICKE. N. II.
Air visiting brothers er cordlall
0AHU LODGE. No. 1, SL or P
Meets every first and third Krt
lay eienlng at f :30 In K. ot I. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretnnla. Vlilttot
Srotliort cordially Invited to attend.
1'. I.. NUOBNT. O. C.
It. GOSLING. K. R. 3.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, n. P. O,
Elks, uieets In their ball, on King
Streot, near Fort, ovcry Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers nrc cordlall)
Incited to attend.
K A. DOUTHITT, E. It.
II. C. easton, Sec'y.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every -nd and 4th Saturday
renins at 7:30 o'clock In K. of V.
Hi.ll. cor. Fort am! Uoretanla. Visit
Intr brother cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. Mcancw. C. C.
E A. JACOUSEN, K. It. S
.. aOHOLULil AERIE 140, F. 0. X.
r McU on lli 2nd and 4th WKD
KESDAY eteuings of each month at
(7:30 o'clock lu K. pf P. Hull, cornet
J-wwjetnnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
II. T MOOI'-E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Vikltlng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C. of It.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed nnd Plain.
.Tint ask for the kind you
Lehnhardt's Candies .always
King nnd Fort Sts.
MRS. ROSENBERG. Y0UNO HOTEL
At All Wntehdealets.
Acent for Hawaiian Islands,
!Cor, FORT and KINO Sts,. Honolulu
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Building, Fort St.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
SEullctiu Editprinl Room Phone 185.
By Lydia E. Pinkham's
Gardiner, Maine '! have been a
frrpnt BiilTere.r from organic troubles
doctor said I Would
have to go to the
hospital for an
operation, but I
could not bear to
think of It' I do-
elded to 'try Lydia
K. l'lnkham's Veg
mid was entirely
cured nfter three
months' iibu of them." Mr. 8. 'A.
Williams, It. V. D. No. 14, Dox 80,
Xo woman should submit to a surgl
cal opcrntlon, which may mean death,
until she has Riven Lydia E.Plnkhani's
Vegetabhi Compound, made exclusive
ly from roots and herbs, a fair trial.
Tills famous medicine for women
has for thirty years proved to be the
most valuable toulo and renew er of
the femalo organism. Women resld.
lug in almost every city and town In
the United Statei bear willing testi
mony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia
K. Piiikh.im's Vegetable Compound.
It cures female Ills, and creates radl.
ant, buoyant female health. If you
are 111, for your, own sake as well as
those you love, glvo It a trial.
Mm. l'liiktiuni, at Lynn, Mass.,
Invites till nick women to write
her for advice. llerudvicoufrM,
and always uelpf uL
This is unquestionably, the best
"visible" writer on the market to
day. We do not make this claim in
the nature of a boast, but with all
sincerity. We cair convince you of
the superiority of the Smith-Premier
if you will call.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexsnder Young Bide.
Latest styles sold at cost
Fort & Beretania fits., Harrison Blk.
Our expert has made a study of
all kinds or typewriters.
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO.
Hotel Street, 0pp. Union.
No butter equal to
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
AND NELSON GETS
Captain Jolison, tho popular com
mander of the lighthouse tender Km
kul, has been detached from duty and
his placo nited by Captain Nelson of
tho Etenmor Helena. Captain Jobson,
according to a reliable,. source, will be
given command of n lightship.
The change was made on account of
tho fact that Captain NcUon is well
acquainted with tho Island landings,
somo of which nro very .difficult to ap
proach. To bo nble to '.bring tho
steamers safely thero, It Is necessary
to have, a kamaalna captain to do thu
Job. Nelson Is well qualified and Is
In fact ono of tho most rcllablo Cap
tains In ilia Islands.
THINKS WELL OF HAWAU.
Miss Cllzabeth Hardaway, who
has been visiting for the summer
months nt the honfe of her uncle, Dr.
John S. McOicn, will leave for the
coast Aug. 8 on the steamer Siberia.
Miss Ilardawuy thinks well ot our
beautiful Island city, and has en
Joyc dlts many attractions nnd the
hospitality of thu many friends she
has inado here.
Kn loute for Cincinnati, Miss
Hardaway will spend a week In Kan
fas City and visit friends In St.
BULLETIN ADS PAY '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The n u 1 1 e 1 1 n makes its own
scratch pads, makes them good and
big and Bells them for five cents.
Get your hat cleaned at tho leading
Hat Cleaner, 1154 FortBtrcet.
Mr. and Mrs. 1). P. It. Is'enherK nro
leaving for the Const on the Siberia.
Mr. Isenbcrg will return by nn early
Remember Blom's linen sale Is on
and the ladles of Honolul uwlll not
soon hnvo as good a chance, for a sup
ub' at tho brlcos.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You win be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., agentsf'
Trussed by tho demand for houses.
John Cassidy Is building two modern
llttld cottages In" his big yard nt Wat
klUI, making bIx In all, and which nro
already 'spoken for.
Miss Kato Woodard. on Fort street,
next to the convent, has a flno lino of
wash embroidery silks, D. M, C. em
broidery cottc and wool. A new line
of stamping patterns Just received.
The funeral of Robert Nelson, who
died nt tho Queen's Hospital this
morning, will be held from Williams'
undertaking parlors tomorrow at 10
a. in. Interment in O. A. II. plot nt
Nimnnii cemetery. All O. A. It. com
rados aYe lequested to be present.
After coming from Japan to Join
her luiBband In 1907, Kurnno Suohlro
discovered that tho change of climate
had deprived her husband of tho ap
ple-blossom romanclsm of the land
of the Mikado and found it necessary
to sue for divorce. Sho was today
granted release by Judge Robinson
on grounds of desertion.
Mrs. Mnrg'aretta 'Mills, the wife of
Allan Mills of the llllo Rnllioad Co.,
died last week Saturday night at tho
Hito Hospital. She had been suffer
ing for about five weeks with typhoid
fever, being -for the greater part of
that time i nthc hospital, and it was
a relapse which carried her away. Tho
funeral took place Sunday from tho
Church of tho Holy Apostles. Hllo
Young people about to start hoiisn
keeping should start right with nn
Eddy Refrigerator. This superb re
frigerator is sold by Thco. H. Davies
& Co., Hardware Ccpartment. You
are Invited to see It.
Hood business Judgment may bo
credited to the bIioo dealer who shows
n disposition to gut what his custom
ers want. Regal pumps nro what the
women, arc asking for nnd a full line
In 'nil the popular colors Is being nt
Regal Shoe Store.
FOR TARDY JURORS
United States District
Court Takes Up
Bench warrants were this morning
Issued for thirteen ( members of tho
petit Jury in 'trio Federal Court' wlio
failed to put In an appearance at the
oienliig of court at 10 o'clock. Tho
wanted Jurors are Smith, Asch, Baker,
Itoss,' McCnndlcss, Olffard, Booth. Pej
klus, Waterhoube, Weight, Harris, Mc
Inerny and ' Brown, Several others
havo been excused for the term as
they havo left tho Territory.
The greater part of the morning ses
sion was occupied by the taking of
pleas for tho numerous criminal rases
awaiting trial and without oxceptlon
all the following entered pleas of not
guilty. Attorneys 'Peters and Douthlt
represented them: Kurolwa ploaded
not guilty to two charges, Ylsukichl
Uchlyuma to four, Tanaka, Zentaru
Kawara to ono apiece, Muta to three,
Mlshlsakl Fusaklchl to two, nd Ya
nal to two, Tho charges against all
wcro either harboring women for I in
moral purjioscs, Indictments under tho
Edmunds Act, or procuring.
Nalto, whoso case was the first on
the calendar for trial, changed his
ploa from not guilty to guilty nnd nf-,
ter a strong argument by Attorney
Cathcart for a moderate sentence, he
was given bIx months In Jail, a fine
of (t, and costs.
Tho court adjourned until 2 o'clock
this afternoon, .when the case ol
Moses Kokt will come, up, Kokl'nac
numerous charges against him for
tampering with tho malls, embezzilng
and cutting tho sacks. '
Prof. Oeorgo A. Ferguson of Colum--bla
university has reported, after an
expert chemical analysis, that Elsie"
S I Bel, who was murdered In the room
of I.eon Ling, a New York Chinaman
Young Portuguese salesman for dry
goods business, with some experi
ence. Wah Cliong Co.,' Ho'tel St.
City Transfer Co.
But Spain Is Not Quiet
August 1. The Spanish Ambassador tlcclaiea that the
Spain lias been crushed. Ho places the casualties nt
200 dead and'fiOO wounded. Refugees
dict (he diplomat. Tltey say (lint the
casualties number 3,000.
(lencrnl strikes have been declared
will probably spread on to Madrid nnd
BARCELONA, August 1, Cnlalonlnns hnvo condemned King Al
fonso and Svnor Mama, President of the Council, to death.
Conditions nie quieter here, though the provlnco Is under 'tho com
plete control of prow ling bands,
SANK HASTIAN, July 31. It U reported that ten court-martials
sat continuously for two days at Barcelona nnd condemned ,1 20 I evo
lutionists to be shot. It Is estimated thnt 3,000 were killed and
wounded in tho street lighting, turning the highways into shambles and i
making tho city resemble Paris under tho Commune,
OSAKA, Japan, July 21. Tho fire Is under contra). Thirteen
thousand buildings have been destroyed In nil area of four square miles.
Thousands of people are homeless.
OSAKA, Aug. 1. Supplies nro running, short. Tho number of
casualties, iih the result of the holocaust which has swept this city,
Is unknown. Hundreds have been Injured. Twenty thousand
buildings hnvo been destroyed, Inccludlng the Museum, Stock Ex
change, Government buildings nnd numerous factories. It Is fear
ed that some of the Insurance concerns will fall as the result of their
losses. The entire male population
fought the fire fcteadlly for twcnty-llvo
CITY OF MEXICO, Aug. 1. The
The national palace Is badly damaged, A dispatch from Acapulco
states that tho city has been destroyed. Seventy-three distinct shocks
were felt nnd n tidal wave swept thu waterfront. Refugees throng the
streets nnd plazas, famine facing them. No loss of life has been re
Chllpanclngo lias fallen n victim to the tcmhlor'H vlotcnro nnd Is
but a mass ot tottering ruins. Dynamite Is being used tb razo tho
swaying walls. The docks were engulfed 'by n 30-foot tidal wave.
House Adopls Tariff
WASHINGTON, July 31. Tho llnuso adopted tho conference re
port on thu tariff Saturday by n vole of 19S to 183. This was
the climax of an eleven hours' session 'nnd cluised u great demonstra
tion. Chairman Payne s.ild the Increase of revenue would be f 40,000,-
000, the corporation tax alone yielding Siiti.OOO.OOO.
, ZEPPELIN'S LAST FLIGHT.
FRANKFORT,', Germany, July 31. In the presenco if one hun
dred thousand people today tho Zeppelin II arrived from Frledcrlch
shafenu, 220 niltorf distant, ngnlnst a strong wind with ruin and hall.
The ship averaged a speed of twenty-one miles nu hour. .
; M i i i V
HAVANA EDITOR SHOT.
July 31. Postmaster Nodarso has shot tho editor of a
The woiitid lu scrlcus.
m an, i
PUBEL0 NUEV0 .WRECKED.
I'UKIILO NUEVO. Aug. 1. This city has been
many aristocrats havo been slain.
SlAIVD 'i1, Qualitynnda
S. Express and ' SF
General Contracting. O. W.
JAS. W, PRATT,
125 Merchant Street, adjoining
125 Merchant Street, adjoining Stangcnwald Building.
Real Estate for
.CITY AND SUBURBAN
MAKE and PACK HAWAIIAN
PRESERVES. Take a case
liomeor send one to-your
friends. Poha, Chutney,
Guava Jelly and Marma
lade. Pineapple Pickle and
Jam, Tamarinds and Papaia
184 Hotel St. Phone lllO
crossliiK (he bolder flntly contra
trouble Is spreading mid Hint the
nt Ililhoa ami l.arloja, mill will
Joined forces with the snldlern nnd
earthquake shocks heio continue.
Telephone 588. Wood and Coal Stove
, Quantity the aim.
P.O. BOX 4? i
Sale and Lease
LOTS, FARMING LANDS.
W. W. AflANA CO.
G2 South' King St.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday, August 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed July 31
S. S. Virginian, for Seattle.
SAN FRANCISCO Suited Aug. 1:
Ilk. Annlo Jnhnron, for Hllo.
GAViOT A Arrived Aug. 1:
S. 8. Roma, with bkliio. Fiillerlim,
from Honolulu. I
(SltAY'S HAnilOR-Salloil Aug. I:
..-. , -,., t, llnntlilil
ticur. I.U111C lieillieii, ml iiiniuiiiiu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Aug,
pj i'iiani:ihi:ij Arrived Aim. z: i i
Ilk. St. Kntherlne, henro July ID,
Friday. July 30.
NKWCAHTLB Arrived July 2
S. S. Lord Derby, from Kleele, Juno
OAVIOTA Anlvcd July 3t:
' THH JAPANF.SH steamer Mansliii
Maru arrived from Japan late Satur
,lnv nflnrnnnn nnd remnhied o ixtrt.
Sho Is In command of Cuplnln-K. Nl-
hhi. She came In .today to dlschurgo
tho Honolulu cargo, boforo proceeding
to tho South American poits. Sho
has on boird her about flfty-rUe Imnil-'
grants for South America, although It
was expected that iho would bring
about IPOo. Today si 10 is discharging
one hundred tons of Jap itiese coal fori
tho Inter-Island Sleam Nuvlgatloii .
TIIH BTRAMKIt Mll.lhala, nrrlv- l,ortH- ,2 no"
i,, fmm M....I ,.,) Mnlnlml. this Stmr. Kiiiau. for hnual ports. 6 p. 111.
niornlng at 2:30, hiought thu fol-;
lowing cargo: l liox eggs, l organ,
1 lamb, 3 bags charcoal, 2 bags
hides, 4 lings eoln, 13 lings corn, 32
bags potatoes, 35 hogs'. 2 crates' of
t'lilckens, 10 bundles holler tubes
nnd 137 sundry packages.
THE AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN com-
pany's freighter Toxati arrived this
mornliii: from Tuoma, bringing about
3000 tons of general cargo nnd .1 has
of mail. Sho is discharging her cargo
nt tho railroad wharf, Before return.
Ing to tho States sho will go to Maul
nnd llllo to take on sugar,
THE MATSON liner Lurllnc, Cap
tain Weeden, will leave for San Fran
cisco at 10 o'clock next Wednesday
morning. Sho will take n full load
of passengers' nnd general Island car
go, consisting of sugar, iluenpplcs
THE OIL SHIP Falls cd Clyde com
pleted dlscliaiglng her oil nt the rail
road wharf last Sutuiday nnd sailed lu
The transport Logan will arrive
early loiuoiriiw morning and will leave
at 4 o'eloek In tho afternoon,
Per Manna Ken, Aug. 3, noon,
llllo: Mr. ami Mis. F. Dwlght, Mr.
nnd Mrs. II. F. Crawford. W. II.
Irwin, A. (inltley, I,. Mlzner, 11. A.
Raiiseh, R. II. ltlelson.-Mlsa M. 11.
Klchlcy, Mrs. C. C. Rowley, Miss A.
Alexander. II. P. Wlchmnn. Mis. II.
S. Roth, child nnd servant, W. Ileck-
Icy, Cecil Itrown, Miss HIIImiii, Mrs.
J. Andrade, Mrs. J. S. Stable. Miss
Wcnner, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. P. Woods,
W. II. Hubbard, I). Mncltne, I,. Hill.
W. Hill, Miss IX Hall. Miss tler
trudo Hall, Mr. anil Mrs. II. It. Bry
ant, Miss McCord, It. It. Klgln. C.
W. Cobb, Miss Colli), Miss Sliull,
Miss Hell. Mines' Kiln and F. TuiiBt
lierry, Mrs. W. O. Walker, Mrs. h. A.
Andrews, II. Iliitchlns, II. II. Rich
ardson, Mr and Mrs, Kdwln Oregoiy,
Mr. uiid Mrs. L. K. ll.irtlett, Mrs. J.
11. Christopher, MIsaM. Moon, II. O.
Illlss, O. M. Illlss, J. R. Furrlugton,
II. S'. Overall, It. 11. Anderson, C. O.
Bartlutt nnd wlfo nnd three child
ren and servant, Mrs. II., Muster
nn. I Mliiu Mntlinv. V. Stllllc. II. D.
I Kays, V. Walaho nn il Frank Vnscou-
Per M. N. S. 8. Luillne. for San
Fruncthcu, Aug. 3.- A. W. Morso, Mrs.
Morso. Adjt. (Ion. J, W. Jones, Mrs.
Jones and child. Mis. John Walt and
child, Master "Watt. K. W. Russell,
Mrs. llusseii, u. u. MiirasKy, .Mrs.
Murasky, Col, J. II. Fisher. Mrs. Ush
er, Capt. A. W. Neeley, Mrs. Neeley
Dr. Jelllngs. Mrs. Jelllngs. S. O. Iluti
dock, Mrs, llundock and 2 children, .1.
.1. Carden. Jr.. W. T. Cnrden, Col. C.
W. Zelgler, Major W. It. Riley. Major
Uustav Itoso, J. i'. ronton, l)r. saw
yer, II. II. Beckwlth, Mrs. Bcckwlth
Miss Julia McStocknr. Miss I.ydla Mc
Stockor, !:. K. Bartnllo. Mrs. Bartello,
ICd Ingham, Rev. John llenshnll, W. (1.
Scott. Mrs. Scott. Miss M. H. Turrell.
Miss C. Walker, Miss M. C. Alexander,
Miss Kdun lleury, J. u. Foss, Mrs.
Fo(.h, Mrs M. I). Prime, Cnpt. Chug.
N. Costa, Lieut, Luther, A, K. Kvans,
Capt, Kdwnrd Hopkins, Sergeant .lo.ie
Ooiivcia. Sergeant Dudle K. Lemon,
Sorgennt Thomas J, K, Uviins Ser
geant Joto Fcrrelrn, Sergeant William
Hiilhul, Sergeant John Slone, Ser
geant Chas. K. snilmnn, Sergeant
Miinuel Sllvn, Sergeant Alexander
Miiy.'J. It. Myall.
Per stmr. Maunn Loa Slinerfcon for
Knna-Knu ports, Aug. 3, noon. Mrs.
D. K. Ila'icr and 2 children, Miss Lis
ter, C. L. Heal. Z. K, Jleyois, 1). B.
Maconachle, I.. Macfarlane, II, Smith,
Mrs. J. O. Smith, W. M. McQuald, W.
M. Graham and wlfo.
A wireless fiom the Hllnnlan sent
August 1 (.tales that tho steamer wuh
S20 miles from tlila nnrt niilnvlm nnlin
.-......- ,. . v ..,..,... v
ami very pleasant weather. Sho has
1800 tons cargo, 11 head livestock, 104
sacks mall and wells, Fargo oxpress
matter. Twcnty-clght passengera.
Sunday, 'August 1.
Klnnu, from Kauai ports,
Htinr. Mlttnhala, from Molokal nnd
Maul ports, a, in.
Strtir. Iwalanl; from llonokna, 10
n. til. '
Monday. August 2.
S. S. Texan, from Tacoma, 8:10
Sunday, August 1.
Stm.'Schr. South Hay, Ilnlvorsen,
for IVarl Harbor, 8 n. in.
T. K, K. S. S. Tenyo Mnrull from
Snn Frnticlseo, a. m.
M. N. S. S. Lurllnc, from Hllo nni
a.-H. S. H. Texan, fiom .Seattle.
i 8AILINQ TOMORROW j
T, K, K. 8. S. Tenyo Maru, for -
ltoliama, about noon.
stmr. Mlkalinla, for .Molokal ami
ji,, ,K)rtB 5 ,. ,
Stiiir. MuW Loa, for Kona and Knti
. Ht"lr- Mal"l:l K,'!1. f,lr ' - 12 """"
M. N. H. S. llllonlan, from Sail Fran
A.-ll. S. H. Alaskan, from San Fran-
U. 8. A. T. Uigan, from Mnnlla via
Stmr. W. (1. Hall, from Makawcll,
M. N. 8. S. Lurllne, for San Fran
cIeco, 10 n. in.
Per stmr. Tenyo Maru, Aug. 2. For
Yokohama: Win. II. Avery, Mrs. Win.
II. Avery, A. Ilulssnn, Mudanio M.
Krajner. Mndamo U. Ruck, R. It. Shlr
guoknr, V. W. Woodruff, O. Woodruff.
Mis. Y. Yoshlda ami Infant. For
Shanghai: (leo. H. Murphy. II. Sol
omon. Mrs. K. J. Stringer, K. R.
Wight. I'or Hongkong: Amos B. Al
len. Mrs. Amos K. Allen, 19. O. Child,
.Mrs. I.I Chlng Shu, 3 children nnd
rervaiit, C. II. Foist, J. A. Manlngton.
Mis. J. A. Manlngton and Infant, Muh.
ter Cins. Mnnlnglon, I,. H. Moorn
Mrs. I II. Monro. S. Polack. Mrs. B.
Poind. I', do P. Rojas, II. Dyson Slm
ton, Mrs. II. Dynnn Simpson, Mrs. T.
II. Tolmnii and 2 children, Mak Tung
Ting. Judge Adolph Wlsllzenus. Sec
ond Cabin: J. Asakura, I.oo Agowoor.
J. Ilerctson, II. 1), Christopher, C. It.
Cass. Mrs. C. Funiyn, O. U, Onrratt,
0. Horlo, S. K. Hornbeck, H. B. Haw
kins, John Helblg, S. Houiadn, II. Ko-
Ijayashl, John lxrchen:orr, Miss O. I.o
(leyt, M. Morlsawu, Mrs. M. Morlsawn,
l'. u. Morlc-a, Br Ogawn, Walter Itnbb,
Y. Saito, K-. Salkl, S. IS. Sanders, Mlsa
F. Tsiiko. S. Uyeila. K. Uyeda, T.
Welutteln, Dalhouslo Young, Mrs. DaK
Per Btmr. Klnau. from Kaunl ports.
AiiKiist 1. Miss .It. M. Sheldon, s. K.
Kneo, Jlrs. C. II. Olson. C. Or nk --,
B. II Mahluni, R. A. Kcarns, II. Mlkl,
O. Inouye, K. Ijvcll, s. Kato, Mrs. a.
I). Heapy, T. It. Robinson, J. FubsoHi,
E. I. Banks, F. O. Boyer. II. Antono.
W. Bills, Ono, T. Kltnyamn, Jl. Suye
make, J. Kanakl, (leo. Sims, K. Toko
shlnia nnd wlfo nnd U5 dck.
Per Sir. Mlkahala, Fullett, Aug
ust 2, 2:30 a. m from Maul and
Molokiil: Mrs. Poloka, Master Pu
loka, Mrs. M. RV Davnnchelle, Miss
Kllzabeth Oavenchelle, Mrs. h. Aku,
Miss Christiana Aku, Master Pnula
Aku. Mr. nnd Mis. Wm. liennlngs.
Mrs. i:. Mnluno, Oeo. P. Cook, L.
Lewis, Oeo. Olinhle.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, from Molokal
mid Mind iiorts, Aug. I. Mrs. Paloka,
Muster Paloka, Mrs. M. L. Ouvauchel
lo. Miss Kllzabeth Diivauchello, Mrs.
L. Aku, Miss Christina" 'Akua, Master
Aku. Mr. unit Mrs. Win. Hennliigs.
Mrs. K. Mnlu.io, Oeo. P. Cooko, Oen.
Trimble, A, Iwls.
Per Stmr. Klnau, August 3. noon.
for Kaunl. K. II, Hand, C. F. Russell.
Mlsi.es limes, Jameson, Angus, Mr.
nnd Mrs. I.elnnd, Misses Pnpso and
Klllson, Mr. and Dr. Sttibbs, Mrs.
Wnterhoiise, C. It. Lothrop, K. Whlt
nian, Miss A. Leghorn, Bertha An
derman, J. It. Smythe, Misses M. nnd
A. Hitchcock, Mrs, J. S. Fuel and
Miss K. Wnlan.
Per Steamer Mnuna Loa, Aug. 3,
Koua and Knu: Mrs. I), K llivi"
mnil children. Ellzaboth Knmann,
Miss Listen, F. II. Leslie, C. S. Ileal.
J. K, Meyer, D. II. Miuonachle, l!
McFarlano, R. Smith, Miss J.
Smith, Miss J. L. Smith. N. M. Mc
Quald, Y. R. Dilvcr. Mr. and Mis.
,W. M. Oraham, P. Peck nnd D.ivhl
Sea Wrens, $10
l.o- A mr i w
io-iooi motor launch with 4-CycIe
Motor. $175, Complete
THE CHARLES D. WALKERS BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St., opposite South St, j
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