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r o ft y ''. EVENING BULLETIN, flONOHILTJ, T II., FRIDAY, AU0U8T 6, 1009.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
All visiting members ol the
Order are cordially Invited, to
ltend meetings o( local lodge
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
'.Motts every Sionday evening at
J: 30 In I. O; 0 F Hall, Fort Street.
' E. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
T. 1). W1CKU. Ni u.
-. All visiting brothers very cordially
.DAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of X.
Meet every first and third. Frt
lay evening at 7:3U In K. ot P. IUII,
tortier, r'ort and Ucrethula yialtlog
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
F, I. NUGENT,. 0. C.
It. GOSLING. It K. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 016, IJ. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Btroct, near Fort, every Krlday even
ing. Visiting Urolhcrs nro cordlully
Invited to attend.
13 A OOUTHITT, E. B.
II. C. E AS ION, Sec'y.
Win. H'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every .nd and 4th Saturday
svenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot I'.
Hall, cor. Fort and Dcretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McGREW. C. O.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. H. 8.
,E0N0LULU AERIE 110, E. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K.jif P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagle art Invltod to at
tend. W. M. McCOY, W.. Prest.
II. T MOOKfJ. tiecy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot eucb. month nt Knights ot
Tylhlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dlally Invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
i E. V. TODD, C. of R. '
We are in line with "the
best assortment of
In the market. All.makei.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kidd you '
Lehnhardt's Candies alwayi
Kins and Fort St.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
At All Wntchdealen.
Agent or Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORI and KING Sti.. Honolaln.
V 'NEW SUMMER MILLINERY '
rrre, TWTITrnei UTITTTTfT'DV
Boston'Buildins, Port St.
'' T4..Wf,r TtnifniM hffW Phnn 2fifi,J'
Bulletin Editwial Room PJione 185.
The attorneys for Chuin Klin lice,
S. V. Chllllngwnrtli and ox-Jiidgo
llumphrevs, hnye aduilttofl that be la
n, Chinese laborer In tin) united states
without in certificate, mid nctlnglon
tho admission. Unit fit States Commis
sioner Jiiild ordered lilui ilcforled. 'llq
wan lemnndetl to tho cnslur or U. 8.
The Chinaman tit once nppenlcdilo
tlic Federal Ciurt ninl Ills case, catno
ttli In chhiubors this morning before
.ludKi' Dolo and he Ig.lieM on a J2G00
honil. A long nrgunient Was held in
an nttompt to hau' the amount low
eicd but It was to no avail.
(Continued from 'Pace -1) '
given them by the Legislature, nnd
that tlip lloaid of Public Instruction
wcro little mora thnn nn advisory
tommUslou. 'A'coj.iy lot Act 10 lis
given below, which sa)s distinctly
Hint the Supcrvlpors shnll build,
equip nnd maintain school buildings.
Ae't 101, to amend Section 23 of
Act IIS, of Jjcv Session Laws ol
1907, relating , to? the powers of tho
Hoard of Supotvlaoxs of the City and
County of Honolulu.
Section 1 Subdivision 1 ot Sec
tion 2.1 ot Act IIS of ihc Session
I.nws of 1907 Is hereby jtmentled so
as to read ns follows:
"7. To establish and 'maintain
water, works and sewer vvorks: to
.rolled rates for water supplied to
consumers, nlul for tho use of sew
ers nnd for the placing of signs on
bridges as required by law. To take
over fiom ihe Territory existing Wa
ter works ijstcms. Including water
rights, -pipe lines and other appurte
n unci's belonging thereto, and sewer
ff items, and to enlarge, develop and
Improve tho swine. To HU1LD, RE
BUILD. EQUIP, MAIN I UN AND
REGULATE hospital" SQJIOOL
HOUSES, court houses. Jails and
other houses of detention, punish
ment, confinement nnd reformation.
nnd to glvo aid to hospitals. IT
SHAM, HE THE DUTY OF THE
HOARD TO PROVIDE FOR THE
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF
ALL EXISTING SCHOOL HOUSES
OTHER TJIAN THE NORMAL
SCHOOL AND THE HOYS AND
GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS, po
lice stations and Jails, other than
Oahtt Prison, tire department build
ings and court houses, other than
the Jullciary Hulldlng.'
Section 2. This Act shnll take ef
fect on the first day of July, 1909.
(Continued from Pace 1) ,
park, tho owners' adjacent' arc willing
to eoutrlbuto their land, which would
iniike a pary 150 by 200 feet.
' Another result of the meeting Is tho
teeming ol butter street cu.' service;
that Is, between 6 and 8:3C a.m., and
nnd f.:30 p. in , a ten minutes service,
other hours a twonty minute service.
Thin will assure patrons of the lino
In that tjlstrlct 4of vndyquntd .service
tuiil enough cars to handle the here
tofore overcrowded cars.
An appeal will bo made to the Hoard
of Supervisors ,tp equip that .district
with moro elec(rlc lights. The Super
visors will nlso be asked to complote
their part of tho Palolo belt road, the
Territory bavins fulfilled tnelr part of,
the contract. The legality of Japanese
building tenement bouses , la -the resi
dence uisirici was nieo ruxen unaer
consideration and will bo Investigated,
REAL ESTATE IRAK6ACTI0NS,
Entered for Record Auo.4, 1909, from
10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Sam N. Kamana to J. W. Kahau- ,
nila, Tr. .., Tr D
rit. Of llernlco P, Hlshop tuy Trs..
to J. H. Atherton Estulo. 'Led. . . . !p
Entered fcr Rcrd Aug. E, 1(09, from
8:30 .ji, m. to '10:30 . jn.
Peter Sllva to , Antonio R!Lucas.&
wf. ..., .Rcl
Nancy C. Aeao to'Uohn K,Kealoha,D
John 8. Ollvnl and wf.' to W. O.
, . Aiken ....,,..., D
V. O. Allien and 'wf, to An tone ,
Rodrlgues V. i iD.
Mrs. Aoo i-lko to Henry West . ...D
Horlkawa Kap ,to Kensuko Oshlro
ot nl. , VT l'-.-IDS
(Continued from Pure 1)
JJ the household furnlture.bi.d what, ft
I got Us' Sft K
8 Delia Shaw, -.Brother and sister H
dlvldo their, fatherV llbiury -he-
U twecn thorn by their ovn selec-
n tlon. - ' tt
DIDN'T MAKErA SALE
Of course the shoe cleric was new
In the business or .ho nevcrwould
have made, such a bronlt. ,
"What voujioed, Madam," he said,
"is n number flvo Instead of a num
ber three." . I
"Numbcr'.flvc!" (echoed "the fair'
customer, Indignantly. "You must
be thinking of the size of your hat,
aung man." I
BulletiniBntinest'Omce Phone 280
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
LOCAL AND GENERAL;
Th Bulletin make Its owsf
era tela pads, makes them goodoind
big arid Bella them for nvo cents.
'Oct your hat cleaned at tho Leading
Hat CleaV.er, 11EI Fort street.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic.''
You wilt be surprised at 1U cbollliJ
Mid preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents.
The. Royal Anno bar will 'reiopou
Saturday enlng,fAugust 7, under the
manBgemint' of ..Dick Sullivan and
Jerry Coker. Everybody U cprllally
Invited to attend. "'
Tho teams In" the Iifcwsb'.y-.' league
dlti.no), put up'theli u'val steady;
gamo today, tho ijxcllenxrt of tho
race being too much for t!.o ,oys. The
ixorc was 23 to lStvlth Chicago on
Iho willing end. Tilts' Ik thj lli'lh game
in the Dulletln Cup wrltl" tit these
Chicago has won" thrco nnd 'Detroit
The llde&hao'bcen so hgh at"Vol
ktkl lately that ltjhas resulted 1ij
washing put of considerable, of the
beach-sand nnd hi ''some (daces bath
houses have Jieen, undermined .and
toppled over. The recent, rains have
also had thocltocl of stirring' up jlliu
usually clear water along that section
Quick action has won many n busi
ness deal. In communicating with the
other Islands use Wireless telegraphy.
The Union Electric Co., Dexctanla
near Fort, Installs electric door bells
and docs all other kinds of house wir
ing, etc., at the lowest prices In Ho
J. M. Levy & Co. carry ever) thing
choice in the line ot grocciles If J on
want the best at the lowest prices and
.want prompt, polite service, ring P
Levy's. Phone 7G.
Eurekd Perfection j Roof Pntnt Is a
guaranteed roof protector. Oet ac
quainted with Its qualities. Send for,
booklet to P. O. Box 93. Theo. II.
D.-ivies & Co., agents.
First-class piano and pipe organ
tuning and repairing guaranteed by
Ucrgstrom Music Co., Ltd. Also fine
piano case polishing, etc. Odd Fel
lows' Bldg. Fort street.
There Is quality In Gurrej's printing
and developing. It you want anything
In the art or photographic lino. It will
pay you to visit Ourrey's Art Shop,
Fort street below King.
Classy new, light-wolght colored
vests Just In at Sllvn's Toggery. They
nlil Kicii'y to ono's appearance and
r.'ukc the ordinary 'bus'ncss, xult look
dicssy. '.nil and see tti i new goods.
Intending passengers for the Si
beria will get the best service If tbey
leave tho order for caring for their
baggage with Union-Pacific Transfer
Co. Phone 58. Service prompt and
guaranteed. ' ' 3
A big new'stock of tripods, fpr ama'
teur photographers -Just .received by
Honolulu PhotchSupply Co. Some are
made of wood, others are the tele
scopic variety, that talo up very little'
space and are very light. Great range
.Advertising 'being our sole business,
wo' make It pay our customer. If ypu
aro not getting the results jou should
from j our advertising space In tho
newspapers. We invite n consulta
tion. Tho Cuas. R. Frailer pompany,
The W. W. Wright Co. havejtho ref
utation, earned -after years, of, exper
ience, of doing ithe imost scientific
and careful horso shoeing In the elty.
You can't afford to tako your i horse
anywhere but to tho best shop. King
street near South. ' j
1 S i .
GOOD R0AD8 IN JUNGLE.-
Wotors.Are. Running. Njw In, the Lake
London, July '17t tn his entertain
ing report on Uganda for ,the yer
JJ07-8, the Governor, J3lr iHHesketh
Dell, gives a good account of, the prog
ress; mado with road tcpils truefcion In
thciProtectorate; - 1
'TA great road connecting Lake Vic
toria and Lake, Albert Is partly con'
""" u.'v' "-.". .-o-.-
ornor records that (Wheroasa year ago
It took him slx.jdays to traverse 10
miles of It, he did tho -samo Journey
.eeentlv bv motor In seven hours.
"By the construction ot good metal-
ed roads," obseryes SlrTIonry, "nod
the use of motor' wagons, the distress-
ngsyum offhuaiam jwrte'rage may
. goon'hecomo a thing of the past. The
(natives ot Uganda will .oeone to act
as beasts ot burden.xand will be In
a position to turn' Ihelr attention to
the cultivation of tho soil and tho de
velopment lot their' country's re
185 editorial roorqa-aSG busi
ness office. These r' the-tjejephon,'
numners or tse Buui,in-mei,
W. W. AtlANA CO.
'Q2-South!King:St. , I '
City Transfer Co.
fA8.'H. 10VE. -
:" FOR SIGNING IT
WASHINGTON, Aug. '6. President Tnft today Issued a statement,.
In which he said that h,e signed' thu tariff bill because he, believed It'"
to be .the result of sincere effort nt downward revision on illo. part of
the Republicans. Nevertheless, he does not consider the. bill perfect,
nor Irconiplete compliance "with the promises made by the parly.
' In his stntement. the President said hat he consider the corpora
tion tax Just and equitable. 'lie, Is highly gratified with the Philip
pine tariff', .
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S' i ! .TARIFF GOES IN EFFECT TODAY. K
Washington, D. C, Aug. 4.
Stackable, Honolulu: ' ,
New tariff art becomes operative Aug. 0. Follow Instructions Tieas
ury decision ,29,903, July 10. '" C. G. MlI.ES.'-Asslstnnt Secretary.
Untll'tfio full tariff 'net Is received the, rates fixed b ytbo Dlngley
law will apply. Excess or refund wllfawalt llnnl liquidation.
m , ssi
1 BARCELONA STILL TROUBLED.
i f V
PARIS, Aug. 5i The Associated Press correspondent nt Ilercelo
tia cables that the conditions In thai city arts very uncertain nnd that
further uprisings, even 'more serious than those which have nlh-ndy
taken place, are very likely jto .oocti r. ,
. . V' ' '
' CZAR HAS SAILED. '
COWES, Aug. r.. Czar Nicholas"
Srayinir. Express and
General Ttahsportation.Excavatint; and
General Contracting. u. w.
JAS. W. PRATT,
125 Merchant Street, adjoining Stangenwald Building.
Real Estate for Sale and Lease
CITY AND SUBURBAn'lOTS. FARMING LANDS.
PRESIDENT TAFT'S LIFE
AT THE WHITE HOUSE
President Is Evidently Enjoying' the
Experience at a Summer
Washington, July IS. President
Tqft, the summer bachelor M tho
Whlto House, Is sharing the rate 01
many other government ofllclnls and
Washington residents, whose families
have gone away to mountains ami sea
Bhore. The President ls( taking Iho
situation philosophically, docs not
peem .greatly to mind the hot weatlicf
nnu is readme oanv -wun great uu-
llght letteis from Doverly, which tell-
of tho rapid , Improvement In Mrs.
Tnft's health. , j
Living bachelor fashion nt tho
Whlto Houso Js not4-frdHght with tho
same discomforts tlift Wset tho man
who has his home "closed" upon him,"
when his wife goes away. Tho Presi
dent and Mrs. Taft dlvjded tho Whlto
House "help" when the occupancy of
the Beverly cottages was begun, ko
tile 'President Is wc)l takou caro ot
and domestic affairs at tho Whlto
Houso run on much tho same.
, The President, however, allowed
Mrs. Taft to take the first cook lo
Beverly, while he 'makes himself con
tent with Ihe second cook, ho second
cook Is a legacy from the Roosevelt
administration, n negro girl named
Mary, who halls from old Virginia.
nW,l wlinsn Bwnv. over .tho white
House kltchcn-now is complote. 'Mary
liaBfow peers OB.n cook, but ns Is to
be supposed sho Is at her best when
frying chickens and jnaklng ho-cakes.
.The 'President ,haa Jiapplly .solved
the .problem of disposing of tho long
i:J nwwiiir -i. 1
sailed today for Kiel.
Telephone S88. Wood and Coal Stove
Fuel. Quality and Qt
l Quantity the aim.
I'O. BOX 451
evenings by taking long automobile
rides In tho city utfd miburbi. Capt.
Archibald Butt, tho Presideiit'ii utile,
Is nlwnjB his "companion on those
Juuinejs, and usually Iho President
also Invites mine cabinet officer, hen
ntor or rcprefentatlte.
Arising nt about 7 o'rlock, Iho
President devotes nearly nil hour with
dumb bells, pull weights nnd other
forms of exercise prescribed for him.
He hroakfnss slowly, usually nlono,
ulthoiigh during the past jay or two
ho has had 11 guest fom'nmong the
liirlff conferees. Dining his morning
meal und for halt an hour or so after
wurdB tho (President reads iho news
papers. iiciwce,n J:au ami iu no no
gins his busy day In the executive of-
flceo. At 1:30 conies uiichenu nt tho
White House, nlvvnys with snmo In
vited guoht fur company. ,
Tho afternoon is devoted to golf for
Iho President hopes To pjay nvoiy uUi
ernoon that ho remains In Washing
ton. Dinner alwuyti llndu guests as-,
semhled and usually It Is an Informal
and dellghirul meal which tiegtni a
llttlo after 7 and continues for' nn
bom nnd a half.
The mutilated body ot Mrs. Mary
Saioman, wife ot Gurry Salomon, a
peddler, was found on 11 lonely road
near Clalrlou, Pa, Saloman has
been held .pending an'lnvtstlgatlon.
Joseph Zachgo, locomotive engi
neer, was curried to tho bottom ot
the East rlvor, New York, when a
coal .train plunged over and, break
ing his" way through the window ot
his cab, arose unhurt to tho surface.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Unlletin Editorial Room Phone 185
Is the strongest and best flour made for family .use. It
' requires less flour to the loaf of bread than most other
brands, and its uniformity of quality year in and year out
enables the cook to judge accurately how it will bake,
There's no uncertainty about C. B. New stock just in.
HENRY MAY & GO., Ltd,
IN FOREION PORTS
Thursday, August 5. I
SAN niANOISCO Sailed Aug", r,:
U, 9. A. T Sheridan, noon, Ton Ho
nolulu P. M. H. S. Korea, I . in., for Ho
itoluhi. IIANA Arrived Aug. 4: ,
"' HcirfJ.iH. Rolph, fiom San
I ' LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
balm Island Pearl Harbor En
Itranto Uuoy, 4, temporarily discon
tinued. This buoy was temporarily
discontinued -August. 4, pondtag com
pletion of dredging operations in Us
. Hy order of tho Lighthouse Hoard.
V. S. .HOUSTON,"'
Lieutenant, U. 8. N., Assistant to tho
,Jnepcclor. 12th U II. District.
' THE UNITED STATES cruiser St.
LouIh Isjliie to nrrlve fioiu Samoa to-
moirow, probably In tho ,mgrnlng,J
vcBtcrday shu wirelessed Htntlng mat
who was W0 miles away from Oahu.
Ab soon ns sho nrrlv'es shu'wlil lake
on ronl, nnil'thcn proceed to llllo.
During the stay of tho cruiser It Is ex
pected that her baseball team, which
Is olio of-tho best In Iho navy, will
probably play one of the local tennis.
THE OIL STEAMER W: S. Porter,
Captain McDonald, arrived from Him
KrancUco 'thls.ifoienoon, nocking at
IliC'inllroail wharf, where she Is dis
charging C3,000 barrels of oil. Sho
made the trip In eight dnH and n
half, experiencing fairly good wealhor.
T1IE KLAOSH1P Manna Ken of tho
Infpf-Hinnd fleet will nrrlvo earjly (o
nioirow'lnortilng fro mlll'.o and Maul
ports, bringing passengers and gen
eral fielght. She sails again next
THE STEAMER Maul, nnlved tills
moiuliig from Huwall, hrluglug he-
pIiIch her cargo cattle from Wtilmca.
She, is docked 11 1 tho rnllio.nl wharf.
discharging tho live block nnd general
THE STEAMER Claitdlno, which
came In yeslorday fipm Mnut, will
stnl thl sulternoon tit fi o'clock, fihe
will linvo A small load of y general
Till! PACinC MAIL liner Hllurln
Is due to arrive from Yokohama ta
moriow morning with a few passen
gets Tor H0110I11I11. Hhe will leave lu
the nftemoon for'Suu Fn-ncin'o,
THE FRENCH hfilp, Admiral Co
olie, Is' still waiting fur or.lei's from
headquarters. She Is auchoied off
t, having returned fiom Newcastle.
THE I.IKEL1KE Is unloading br
cirgo of Migar nt thu lallro'ul wlurf.
Sho xvill 'probably leive for Hawaii
LEFT HIS BOARD; BED HERS
Singular Answer of a Wife to a Hs-
. band's Advertisement.
Newark, U J.,July 21. Sho did
not leave the hoard of Joseph Cinno
ot GC Columbia street, Newark, h.ivh
his wlfo Catherine, but most empha
tically hIhi uclds (hut It wasn't his
bed she loft. They formerly Jived nt
101 'Wnlchiing ntenuo. West Orange.
They parted after n quarrel.
Crane had a card published In a
Netvuik newspaper nnnounctng that
IiIb wife had left his bed and boaul
and be would not bo icupnnslblo for
deblHylnctirred by her. Mrs. Crane
dealt 11 return wliurk In tho same
paper. Her ndvoitlscmcnt ran thus:
"To whom It may concern: I,
Cnthcrliin Cinnu, did not leave my
husband's bed, as it belonged to me.
Joseph Crane need not worry, us 1
will not contract nny ilohts 011 him."
To n reporter sho said:
"Jobcph Crane nover ownod n bed,
to my knowledge. Tho ono wo luifl
I bought with my own money nnn I
took It with mo when I quit."
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'2 p, nt. M a.m aji p.m. . KiM
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ft ft m 1.7. ft ic own H 6 .r, r, at o
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7 lii i.r ; it i it i ,ti s ns ' r. ni in 4 1
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10 or. 1 ft u is -jiM :, 11 fin; c.11
II 1 1 . I
Last quniter ot the moon August 8,
lljwaliuu standard time is lu Uuuia
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, 'feeing that ot tho meridian 'of 157
iegrees 30 minutes TI n time whistle
blows at 1:30 p.,m., which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 bourn 0 minutes. Bun
nnd moon are for local time tor in
whole group. 4
Am. ich. Mapy &
idny, Aug. C.
Gray's llaiboi, p. m.
Friday, August ll.
S. 8. W. K. Porter, McDonald, from
San Francisco, 11 11. 111.
Stmr, Maul, HruhiH, from 'Hawaii,
8:40 n. ni.'
4 r '
, Thursday, Aug. B.
Sir. W. II. Hall, for Kauai ports,
A. II. H. H. Texan, for Port Allen, G
Sti. Cl.iudlnr, for Muni nnd Hawaii
porle, f, p. m.
U. 8: 8. cruiser St, l.ou'.s, from Sa
moa. ' P. M. S. 8. Siberia, from Yokohama.
Sir. MaunVKoa, from llllo jan
Maul portc, u m. ,
P. M. 8,
co, p. m.'
S. Liberia, for San Francis-
Per str, W. O .Hall, for Knual ports.
Ail',' r.. Slfcler Albertlna, N.'W. Ter
ry. W. Volncr.
Per sir. Claudlno, for Maul nn 1 lll
lo, Aug C N. Constable uud wlfo nnd
child. Miss Iloldcn, Miss Wodebouse,
M'sa ton Tcinpaky, MrB. W. Hlckcy,
Miss L. WodehoiiKP. P. M. Knhokuo-
1ima,' Mlis 'Icila. Goo Kim, Miss Anuln
(loo Kim, .Prof, nnd Mrs- Alexander,
E. !'. Mosoley,' S. 'll. MnseV Miss
Daisy Wilder. Mrs. ll K. Kalwlaen
liana, Mrs. Mackall, Miss Mackall, C.
W Ashford, A. Tatures.,M, O. Laden
nud wife. .
,. ' PROGRAM.
(Continued from Pan 1)
Kauai. , '
Sept, '4. '''Saturday Hicukfast on
Loan! nt llaualel, miiVi c 11 nil of Is
land 10 Wnlmca tuko train and lunch
nt laiwul piocced by lialn tn Knlon
utitomohllis Kolon'.to Llhuc I.uaii nt
Linuo nnu.ieception u p m , sail for
iSept. G, Sunday Burc. visit
Sept. G, Mondiiy Shoprir.q, etc., In
Iho morning. Afternoon, Binf-rldlng,
nnd danco nt Young In ovc'tlng.
Sept. 7, Tuesday Tnko Mnmm Ken
nt 12 noon.
Sept. S, Wednesday An i at llllo
In morning and go to Volcano House.
Sept. 9, Thursday Visit volcano,
Sept. 10, Friday Return to 'Win.
Reception in evening. Paity distrib
uted nnd entertained by uuilonts us
much ns practicable.
Sopt. 11, Saturday inspect bieak
wntor. Excursion to Puna. 'Automir
bllo ildes. etc. 11 p. 111., sail lor Muul.
Sept. 12. Sunday Airlvj ni Hnna
nl daj light. Some of tilt- party go
ahhoio and ilde nlong Koolnu ditch to
Mnknwno, The, olhern go on to Kii
hului nnd bo distribute,) .ipiong anil
(iitcrtalncd hy residents rit Piiiincue,
Pula, llamakiiapoko anl Mnkuwao.
Sopl. 13, Monday Scmo visit Hate- v
nkata, nlhera go to lao Val.iy. Reccif.
tlon nt Wnlluku nt 4 p. m,, ihcn tnko
piiloinolillcH for Lnhtlna i.nd tuko
lileniiiui (or Honolulu.'
fhe Amoilcan'V'rulser Charleston
was tho trophy winner- Ih the cruis
er class nt vessels participating lu
rocord target pinctlce during tho
past year, Iter mark was 04.
Skin from tho nmputntntod leg oC
one patient was grafted on the faco
of another man In n Portland (Ore.)
William Hampton, formerly or
Ishpon'ilng, Mliii., was hanged In
Hodmln, Englnnd, for the murder of
Emily Trjdio. who luid lefused his
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, 4175, Complete.
THE CHARLES D. WALKERS BOAT
.AND MACHINE WORKS
King St., opposite South St.
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