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eveRIng nuLtETiN. Honolulu, t; h., Wednesday, be'ptTI, 'o'o.
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wccKiy laienuar -
Oceanic 3ccond Doores.
V'l'l xi 80
Nuuanu Chapter 1th Degree.
t IH UNUAV
Honolulu Commandsry Reg
ular S p. m.
Pacific Third Denrce.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
M I i i .. v
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Reg-
All visiting member ot the
Ordci are tordlally Invited to
attend tneutftiKM Of lorul lodges
&HAKM0NX LODOE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
v , J
V Metta ocry Monday oenlng l
'.U:30 lu I. O. O. r Uall, Fort Street.
" K. U. HENDRY, Sccrctnry.
- 1'. D. WICKi:, N. U.
. Air visiting brothers vory cordUU?
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of .
- Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
tamer fort and Dcretanla. Visiting
i tiibthpri cordially lntlted to attend.
F. I.. NUGENT, 0. C.
! It. GOSLING. K. H. 8.
" frtvnTiTTft rnrim? ftin n T A T1.
f HvlXVllUltV i.ViUiJ uv, JJ. 1. v, jj.
fjf UOCOIUIU 1.0UgO NO. UIU, U. 1. 'J-
Z21KS, meets in me:r uau, on iyiub
Btreet, near Tort, every Friday even
lua. Visiting Brothers are cordlall)
Invited to attend.
fi. A. DOUTHITT, E. B
II. C. I2ASTON, Sec'y.
i HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meols on the 2nd and 4th, WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:J0 o'clock In K.. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
'" Visiting Eagles are lnvitod to at
lead. W. M. McCOY, W., PresL
H. T MOOIIE. Secy.
t7ol K'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every Lnd and 4tb Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. o( V.
Hall. cor. Fort and Beretanla. Villi-
log brothers cordially Invited to at
tend F. M. McOREW, C, C.
E. A. JACOHSEN, K. It. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days" of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
kets a new
CURIO CO., YOUNG BUILDING
(next Cable Office Bishop St.)
FOR SALE AT ALL BAEI
MRS. ROSENBERG .YOUNG HOTEL
School Books and
A. B. ARLEI0H & C LTD.'
,' Hotel, opp. ,Union.
' ' Alexander Younr; Building.
lOurios, ffical Lcis, Calabashes, etc.
1 Tfrtrl roor 'Pnr
,V--t - -.-.
SEdward Everett Raje
,' BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
fl YoiiiiK Bldir.
No two men arc jait
alike no twc. suits
should be just alike.
You want perfect
fittinc clothing, don't
t you? ,
Only way is to have
them made for you.
Get us to make them
for you, because wt
Wo find.it easy,to(do
No, not when yon
Our business suits
made to your measure
for Twenty-five Dol
lars are incomparable.
Our evening clothes
Geo. A. Martin,
"Medals mean merit
Highest awards Chicago
1893; Paris 1900; St. Louis
1901; New Orleans 188S."
W.C. PEACOCK & CO., Lid.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All naket.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for .the kind yon
Lehnhardt'i Candies alwayi
KJjig and Fort Sts.
I rnone ioi.
' ' CLEAN' MILK.
Conditions of Its Production.
1st. Clean Containers. 'We wash
ours thoroughly, then steril
ize with steam.
2d. Clean Milking. ,Cows groomed.
Udders washed. Milkers in
white, suits. ' Buckets covered
"with absorbent cotton strain
en. 3d. Clean Milk Room. Absolutely
separate from milking shed
with its odors.
We endeavor to protect our cus
THE POND DAIRY.
The most delightful
place for an outing.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big NlejceT 8crtch Pad for tale
At th'B li'I I e't In oWee'.ro.r flyf' cent's,
li one Inch thick, made up of two'hun
dred eheete of good paper. Six for a
quarter. " ,
Call and see Mlko Patun at tho En
Oct your hat cleaned ot the Loading
Hat Cleaner, 1154 Fort, street.
Among tho passengers' of (ho Asia
yesterday 'was Miss Alice M. Smith,
wllo returns from a trip to tho Orient.
Mrs.jRhenburgh Is prepared 'to In
struct a few. pupils In 'pianoforte at
their home. Address Royal Hawaiian
Hotel. , , ,(
Tomlhrl Sakatn today wan granted
n divorce fro mills wlfq Tomo Sakata
hy Ju'dgo Holilnnon nlho grounds of
desertion. '," ' ' ' '
There will he a meeting of tho
Oahu Uasehall League this evening
at C. F. Chllllngworth's office, and
all mcmicrs nie' requested to 'be
there at 7:30 o'clock. '
,!C')inrllo Itellly, tho popular you tig
lightweight who ( made such a good
impression iicrc n icw monins ago,
Is said to be returning on the China,
due here on Friday. Rellly is com
ing down in anticipation of meeting
sonic of the boxers of trie fleet,
A lung and complex case wort settled
this morning when Judge Whitney In
tlic Circuit Court dismissed Prince
Kuhto ns defendant In the action
liisjltutcd' by Geo. E. Smithies, ot ill.
A few days ago tho court sustained tHo
demurrer of defendant J6hn F. Col
burn. Tho big awning of tho Coyne's furni
ture store In tho Voting building caght
lire last night anil would have noen
totallvdestroYcd had It not been for
the tlmeVappoarahco of a Janitor with
a pitcher of water,' It Is said 'that n
lighted cigar 'thrown from one of the
rooms of tli'e hotclcaused the blntc.
A good phaeton nnd harness for salo
cheap. See classified ad.
Kino aaddlo ami driving' Horses for
hire, 1128 Fort sircct. Telephone 109.
Nearly cwry one should drink a
glass of Prlmo Dec.- with liieals. It
will keep you strong and well. Prlmo
Is brewed to suit tho climate.
Beautiful new assortment of veilings
and velvets at Dunn's Hat Bhop, cor
ner Fort and Deretanla streets. Also
Fall millinery styles In picture hats.
Tho papers tell of lives saved nt sea
hy tho sending 'oi Arlreles4j messages
for help. Tio budlriese man can save
money by using tlio, Wire'"8- No de
lays. jovt rates. !' , (
Dr. Norman Fafrweather left for
the coast this morning oh, the Ala
meda. He was called away on n
hurried business Jtlp npd had to
leave on short notice., ,
Last night nt the Walklkl Inn he
was clven n farewell dinner by Mr.
and Mrs. Uorgln,vand a large party
ot Invited guests- toasted tile popular
doctor and wished him bon .voyage
and a safe return... Dr. Fulrweathor
Intends to conic Iback oh .the next
trip of the Alamedd.lr possible.
. Y, r'
MASONIC. r .
PAYS Ul TMlBUTE
Mrs. W. p.lW$Vr oB-CK1ld ac
companied thrttnAlnB' ofi'.'her iklo
husband, whlch'weH)'forwaried by "tho
Alameda, this nfotajng, fpr final In
terment In the. 'family plpl In Cali
fornia. An esjsorl W Kosoulf: brethren
conducted the body to, tab Btcanler
dndrpald' thclrMasf'trlbtite-lit fraternal
affection. ' "i , 'V,
' BLOOMING 6ERE1IS
21 " is-rf ';
With "its beautiful follagcthe nlgbt
blooming cereus at Oahu .college de
lighted tho residents ot Pubahou last
night. Many people, assunflried where
(- a .--tikV 1" F'-l T
life flowers were In bloom Arid .watched
them for several; hours. The walls
ii round tho college grounds wore a
mass of the blossoms'. Thero will be
moro In bloom again tonight.
if. ; - j ;
j " tetet 1
Thp 9t9cjk .jJoooiWlgkhu Su
gar ,Co ltd;wlir.l.i .cjosjlft to Irwis
feia from Seiitemttr'Wtff&o' JDth.
1909, both dates ln6iulye!s '"
(Signed) , GrJO.RDDIEK,
Acting Treasurer Oahu
1409-lt 'Sugar 'Coi'Ud.
' i . T
A Jap. i. loxe
COOK AND PEARY
" . "pST'MOW.U. 5.
Tt. , !
WASHINOTON,- Sepl. 7. The National Geographical i'nslety will
withhold Polar honom until record i of tho observations innilu by (Jook
and 'Peary "h'ave "been submitted.
COPENHAGEN; Sent. 7.-A gold
piorcr Cook. '
m i i
HARRIMAN MAY BE IN CRITICAL CONDITION.
ARDENN. J., 'Sept. 7. Ileyond n terse denial of his death, It Is
Impossible to get 'information us to llarrlmnn'a condition. Indrt'iillous
are of a serious relapse.
m i i '
TOKIO, Sept. 7. The now agreement between Japan and China
has been published here nnd received1 wllh satlsfnetlon.
' .1' ? '
"REVTEW BLACK SEA FLEET.
ST. PETER3UUHG, Sept. 7. Tho Czar nnd Citarlim have left for
the Crimea 16 review the llliick Sea fleet at Sebaitopol,
1 : utm i e
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Sept. 7. Ixird Nnrthcllrfe, In nn Interview
here, predicts a war between Great Ilrituln nnd Germany.
1 m i s ' (' m
JAPANESE PRINCE, ARRIVES.
NEW YORK, Sept,. 7. Prlnco Kunl. a.'grandson ot the Mikado, has
arrived here. """
Dravine and ExDressine
Wood and Coal Phone 588
0. W. UeDugall, Prop.
MANILA, June, lf. Notwith
standing the protest vado by a num
ber of local steapishlp owners and
agents at the time that the special
bourd was convened 'at the call of
Collector of Cuatorns Colton, compul
sory pilotage for the port of Ma
nila stand and the Manila pilotage
Association still lives.
Tho belated circular Issued tho
latter part of December and with
held from tho public, until .Saturday
last by Collector M. Coy, stipulates
that the following tees shall be col
lected for and on account of the Ma
nila Pilots' Association, subject to
tho provisions and In thoiianner
Pllotago for foreign or coastwise
vessels to go behind the break wa
ter at tho port ot Munlln shall be
optional, but should such services be
requested and rendered the follow
ing fees shall bo paid:
Up to 1000 register tons, $10 each.
1000 register tons to 1CO0 regis
ter tons, 81C each.
1C0O register tons to SOOO regis
lex 'tons, $20 each.
Over 2000 register tons, $25 each-
Pilotage shall be compulsory for
.Vessels .of 60 register tons, or over,
entering or clearing from, the Paslg
Kiver; and such vessels mi an no
required to pay for said service at
the rate,' of one peso (PI. 00) per
each 3 decimeters (foot) of draft;
upon entrance or clearance: Pro
vided, however, that any cnptaln or
patron of a coastwise vessel may.
qualify Us pilot for the Paslg River
by passlpg the required evamlnu
lion, and upon Issuance to htm of u
special pilot's license, In accordance
with Paragraph XV ot Customs Ma
ilne Circular No. 17, the vessel com
manded hy such licensed officer shall
be exempted from the foregoing' fco,
but shayy bo required to pay twenty
five per cent of the' regular pllotngo
fee, ujion entrance of clearance; jihd
provided fuftjicr, Ui'at,vlii case 'pi
lot's service Is requested and ren
dered o any vessel exempt from
compulsory pilotage by tho forego
ing pr.qvjslou, the fuJl pllolage rate
Only' shall be p'ftld.
Pilotage for vessels shitting berth
In the Paslg River, when doue with
out Jettjng go alj moorings, shall be
optional. Pilotage for vessels of CO
register tons or over, subject ,to com
pulsory pilotage upon entrance 'or
tarance, jijilftlng berth or anchor
ng'e'under Bleam or by towlng'"slinll
be compulsory, nnd fees therofor
shall be compulsory, and fees there
for shall be paid at the rale of slxly
centayoa (P.0.60) per each 3 declme
fers'Uoot of draft: 'Provided, that
.vessels'" exempted from compulsory
pilotage by the preceding paragraph
shall' 'hot be required to" take n pi
lot n shifting b'e'rth, but, should pi-
tl tjri jV- T
medal has boon (onfcrrnJ on Hx-
. ." and Filling.
Vineyard St.. Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
lot'g services bo rcquostcd nnd rcn
dered, the same rates us for other
vessels shull be paid.
SEATTI.K, Aug. 17. The Ilorlng
Sea rod fishing schooner Maid of
Orleans and Fortuna arriving today
returned, as did tho Harold lllekum,
with all tho cod they could com
fortably , stow. Not In many years
has the fleet met with such great
uccess In taking codfish from' these
waters ns this season. Tho thrco
brought a total or about 350,000 tod,
and they aro buck In port from
thrco weeks to n month earlier than
tho Ilcrlng Sea codfish lug vessels
PORTLAND, August 17. Tho
steamer Clarcmont ot San Francisco
hus been sued by the Portland Gas
Co. for $1.000 for breaking a gas
main running across tho Willamette
river. It Is alleged t)ut the end ot
tho main was resting on a bargo
when tho Claremont ran Into the
bargo and broko tho main, nllowing
It to ill! with water.
TACOMA. Aug. 17. Tho llrltlsh
steamer FlUpatrlck,, chartered by
tho Osaka Shosen Knisha, left Yflkn-'
hiitua yesterday for Tacoma. Sho la
expected hero September '4,
Neys has i cached Portland of tlia
dentil of Captain Knltschsky of tho
former Portland and Asiatic liner
Nlcomcdla, while the vessel was en
route from Hongkong to Rotterdam,
An epidemic of typhoid fover broko
out on tho ship, nnd besides tho cnp
taln tho chlot engineer nnd seveial
allium diet, ,The shjp reached port
In command of the second officer,
Captain Kultsihsky-succeeded to tho
command ot thu steamer utter Cap
tain Wnggamauii, the former muster,
was washed overboard In n typhoon
Construction work on tlin new
steamer Antelope, ,whlch , Is 'being
built at Samoa for the Oregon and
Eureka Railroad Co., has been rush
ed since worjc ontho steamer was
first commenced, nnif within about
ton weeks It la oxpected that sho
will bo completed. '
, Governor Urown of Georgia has
tigncd tho law prohibiting negio so
cieties from iislng'tliu Insignia, rltuil
or grips ot orders composed of whites.
A lord of high nobility, prince
and duko of lelgluni, all In one, Is
advertising his tltlo for salo for cut.li
In New York newspapers,
a J.I.J. -4
IN FOWF.ION POUTS ; , ARRIVED
Wednesday, September 8.
SAN I'ltANCISUO-Knlli'il X"i. X"
S, S iMai'.cliuila, 3 p. in., for Hono
Tuesday, September 7.
POUT HAN I.UIS-Sallcd Sept. I:
H. S. Hnntii .Maili, for llnnotulu.
POUT TOWNSKND Arrlvi-il Si-pl, I:
Selir. Manila, hence Aug. 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrlwd Sepl. fi:
S. S. PlelndoH. from Kuunnpall, Aug.
fiAN'FRANCIHCO-Sallcd Sept. r.:
. IJ. 8. I'lirlrio Floel, for Honolulu.
Per S. S. Alamnla, llnwilcll, for Sjii
Kjnnclsco Kept. S. Mrr, W. tl. Ashley,
MIhh M. tltiriii'M, E. W. llnriiin, Mrs. I
lljrran nnd Infant, II. Ilcriniti-ln, Mrs.
Ulrncy, Miss lllrnvy, J. 1. Hond, O. J.
Drock, I'. II. llrottii. Mat lliirton. W.
Chlfi-o. E. 11. Cailoy, C. H. Cnuilney,
Mlf.a R.-DIckerson, Dr. Dlnognr, Mm.
Dlnrgar and -' ulilluiiT. Ml km M. Diiiici
van.'.MM. A. A. Duranl nnd 2chlldiin
J. F. Ecknnlt, Kit Klhrlnslon, Mrs. E.
i:. lCvnns. .MIsliT M. Eulalla. N. S.
FalrweathiT, J, It. ForgiiAon, IS. II.
VcirThden, L. Fewsmlth, W. Few
kinllh. M. A. Frank, Mm. Frank. Mlrs
M. Gorman. II. V. llcistand, Martin
Hogr-r, Sister M. (Helena, Mrs. P.
HiishcH, Mlsn L. Iiiglcdow. Mlt-s Ki't
tcr, Mrs. C. King an I cjilld, I). King
Mrs. J. J. King. Mrs. 1.. M. Krall, J. F.
Libber, Mrs. Llhbpy ind 2 children
Geo. K. Neunian, firs. II. II. Reiilon, J
L. Iti'uton, J,' Itiwinitclii, G. P. Rugg
Mrs. Schsipdlcr nnd 2 chlldivn, A. A
Sllvelrn. Miss K. Sloan. T. Hunild.i
Mrs. M. i:. W.ilkcru'nd 2 children. MUi
Wohbvr. Mlsi! J. L. Wlniui. Rnv. S E
Woollcy, P. Wilght, .1. 'abel. A. W
Pi- atinr. Klnaii, Grvpiry for Kauai
Hept 7, 5 p. in, Miss Mnhlkoa, Miss
AUuua, Mrs. l.'hatnboil.ilti. Mrs. Mcjcr
Mlfs E, Wong. Mlsn A. Sl'lvft, Dr. Put
man. Mlsa F. Albright. Pah On, 1), Pah
On, Miss Nnkamiira, Miss C. II. W. Alii
W. Lowell D. K- Kacu. .Mrs. E Omstcd.
Miss Maud Horner, Miss Ewa lteesu
Miss Ewart MIssch Hastlo (2), Jnbn
Push and wife, Mrs. Hodge, Miss
Hodge, Miss M. GlreT, Miss S. linn
It. C. Iliown, Itov. Mi Man Ming.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, Tor Molokal nil J
Maul ports. Sept. 7. W. 1'. WIHIjiih
and wife. I). Kunl and wife. C. I.lndli
Mr. Derdalt mid wlfo, K. F. Ilrnwn, C
Charlock, W, H. Charlock.
Per P. M, 8. 8. Asia, for San Fran
chen, Scit. 7. Mm. MrDiifllc and In
fnnt. Per stmr. Nneau, for Knual, Sept. 7.
5 )i. m. Miss Stewnit.
t Tbo following wlrelers baa boon t!
ti received from tbo l.urlliio by 1!
: Cnsllo & Cooko: tl
"ICIglit p. ill. K.Oi) inllcs off. 8
U Flno Btnootli v.oalhcr.' Pasted tl
U lleet nt slvthlrty IIiIh morning. U
tt itttttttitti st t: n :t : tt ft :: t: :i
Allhough delayed t-omewlint In leav
ing this morning, tho Oceanic liner
Alameda, Captain Dowdell, will arrho
lit San FruucUco on ttnio. Sho left
Ibn dock today with u big cimvd of
lUHscngom and n full load of general
cargo, consisting of sugar, pineapples,
rlco, bananas ami other island pio
ducts. Among iliosn who left on her was
Mr.' Woolloy, head of tho Mormon
church In tho Isluiida. Ho was bn
(lecked with lels by friends who wero
pieM'iit at tbo whmf. Mr.s. C. King
accompanied by her son, weijt to San
Francisco for u vacation. T. Sunihla,
a well known Jnpaneso merchant, left
for tho ninliiland"oij business, llu will
probably rctyri'i within a moiiii.
Ah usiuil, tho Jiiv'ntltiii band was
present and plitycd'faiowoll helcutlons
r.s tbo liner kicked out into the stienm.
THE MIKAHALA'loft for her reg
ular port's of cull on Molokal mid Maul
ycstqrday afternoon, sho will return
next Sunday morning with caltlu from
tho Mojoknl ranch.
THE STEAMSHIP Chlnn, coming
f i om S.m. Francisco, Is expected to
como In 'next Friday morning. Sho
will lcavo In I ho uftoiunlm for Iho
TIlirMATSON' lluor I.uillno Is ox
peeled to nrilo at San Francisco ti
nionow mm plug.
W. W, AHANA CO.,
.T. I li li - .
WtMlnosdny. Senteiiibcr S.
Hlmr. W. tl. Hall, rrcim iinkawull, 5
TucsdnV, September 7.
Stmr. Klnaii, Gregory, for Knuil
ports, 5:30 p. m.
'Stmr. Mlkiihnln, Tullelt, for Mohddil
and Maul isirts, li: 10 p. in.
Stmr. Nopau, Sarhs, for Knual porta,
.",.".' p. m.
P. M. S. S. Asia, Gaukroger. for San
rranrltro, R p. in.
Wi'clncsdny. September 8.
O.'H. 8. Alameda, Dowdell, for San
Francli ro, 10 n. nii
Slinr. .Ohiudliio, fioni Maul jporls,
f DUE FRIDAY. f
j - "
P, M. 8. 8. Chlnn. Frlelo, from San
Krnnclsro, n. lis.
Stmr. Manna Ua, from Kona and
Kim ports, li. m.
. 1 : .J.
I DUE SATURDAY
If. S, Pacific ,fleot, from San Fran
cisco (eight cruisers), v
A .-II. 8. S. Mlssourlaii, from Sealtlo
end Tacoma, n, in.
Per Sir. Clniidlne, Dennett, from
I Mo ami way ports, 4:2!i u. m.: F.
1. Gedge, MIhj V.. Nnauao, Miss E.
Vkiinu. Miss 12. Wlttiock, Miss E.
aiiatolu. Sing You, V. Main, Mrs.
Iiumiiiond and four children, K.
IaiKcn.lc, D. Sylvester, Mrs. II. O.
i-heong and two children, I). W.
s'uplkna, Mrs. II. A. llaldwln, Misses
,iiu Teiypsky (2). Mrs. Von Seg
iein, Mlkses Von Seggcrn (2), Mas-
in- Von Scggern, T,' V. King, K.
CiKo, MUs Kcuiilstnn mid thrco
2ooko children, T. M. Church, II. A.
.laldwlil. Mrs. I). II. Case, Miss II.
..'ate, Mrs. (1. itycrnft, It. Wntkln
on nnd wife, J S. Walker nnd child,
Mrs. A. M. Hi own and child and
lervnnt. Miss A. Alexander, Mlsa
.ludil, Mis; C. Ilelts, 12. H. Wode
liouso, II. W. Ulce, wife and Infant
uid two children, 1). T. Fleming, P.
L. Rice. Dr. FUzgeinhl, A. W. Col
Ins, Miss It, Hmisen, Mrs. Murray,
Miss II. Klakonii, Miss M. Hong, It.
. Driiiiimnnd, Mrs. II, Wilkinson,
Mis. Ilredc, Miss 12. Knllwo, Miss 8.
Cullnn, MUs D. Apo, V. McCnlighey,
2. A. Mulllnger, It. Walker, II. Pintt.
Ioi. T. Slug, W. Dcltz, Miss J. Nun,
inoy Abu, Miss ,L. Knlunu, E. II.
'.'nrley, J. Sabey, MIbs M. Morris,
Miss 12. Alana, Miss M. Alalia,' 12.
'ahnkuoluna, Miss V. Kcoln, MIssch
Pam Van (.1), Miss I.. Robinson,
.taster llo'.iliikon, Mrs. D. P. Kau
alne. Miss M. Rodrlques, MIs.-i S,
Mnmcstiid, F, Nuncs, II. E. Cooke,
Ml.fs M. Cooke,, J. S. Mcde'iios nnd
Alfo, A. Hmisen, .las. L'ndsay, Miss
M. Scholtz, Miss C. Sciioltz. II.
Seboltz, Masters Sylvesle (2), Fath
jr slcplien, E. linger. Tonia Nngn
Innl, 12. Cocl.ett, O. Kaniurn.
Per Sir. W. (1. Hnll, Thompson,
from Kuiint, 4:25 n. m,: J. II.
laualko. Mrs. llaualke, Mrs. Nnpo
llona, Masters Hnnnlko (2), Miss
ilunalke, Julia Mnhlkoa, Miss A,
Wilder, Miss L. Mlllor, II, Oriindl.
G. Ilrmidt, Mnslcr II. Harvey, Do
3penoa. Miss Tuisk, F, A. llonmi.
Miss E. Edwards, ,Mlss M. Rledcr,
Muster Crowell, W. O. Crowoll, J.
A. Conoy, K. J. Winter, Miss Dow.
Ml sit Behnrck. Miss K. A)(nnn, MnJ.
L. .McKeague, Mlsa MsKenguo, Mas
ter McKcague, II. Sakal, O. Hogg.
I- : .f.
. WATERFRONT NOTES
THE CLAUtllNK relumed a day
ahead pt liA- regujar tlmo, finlvlng
this moinlng from Illlo and way jiortH.
Sho brought about sixty-two passeii
gers,, tho majority of Ibeni being
school chlldifii. Sho sails again Kll
ilay nrtornoon, after a general over
lauliiK. Purser -KJlillpg roixirts tho
following vet-sels nt Illlo: ' s 8. En
lerpilso. baik St. Catberlno nud
Mhooncr Aiiieilciii. At Knhuiiii; s.
S. Zambezi, rclioiinoiH UiUlo'lieunelt
r.nd Ethel Zuni'.
THE TRANSIORT VAx, Captfiln
AnkeiH, sulled yfsterday uftcriUH.n for
Muiillii. Early yoslorday morning tho
milninlH which woru taken down to tho
pound for icnt, woro returned to tho
THE ASIA, which arrived from Yo
l:iham.i In tho morning, sailed ester
day afternoon nt 6 o'ejock for Son
Francisco. Tho only passengers from
Honolulu wcro Mrs, McDuffy mid child.
THE STEAMER Klnaii nailed for
Kauai yesterday afternoon nt 5 o'clock
with a goodly list of passengers.
Made to your measure, with goods
and lininr,s to suit the climate. Not
Tailor 62 King St.
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