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EVENING Hlll.l.ETIN, HONOLULU. T. II, TIHtHDAV. SEPT. II, I00!.
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Mte r. i i
II if -I vS!B?fe
Oceanic Third Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular,
5 p. m.
Hawaiian rirst Degree.
All visiting members u the.
Order are cordially lnlted 10
uttoud rueetliurB ot local lodgei
'flAilJlOUX LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
llotU over; Muuday evening l
J. in In I. O. O. F Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. ItBNOHY, Secretary.
F. U. WIOKE, N. O.
. All rlbltlUK btotUere very cordially
OAJIU I0JDQE, No. 1, IC. of P.
Moote every nrt and third Trl
tay evalng at 7:30 in K. ot l Kail,
wruer Kort nnd Uervtanla. Vldtlog
arotberv cordldlly Invited to attend.
1 K. NUOKNT, 0. C.
It. (JOSLINO. It n. S.
BONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, II. P. O.
ElkB. meets lu "their hall, on King
Btreot, near Fort, every Friday even
Jug. VIsltina Drotlicrs are cordially
tnvltod to attend.
E. A. DOUTIJITT, II. R.
11. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
PONOLULU AERIE HO, F. 0. E.
, MecU on (he 2nd nnd 4th WKD
NESUAY eetilnga of each month at
-Jt30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
$fciotnnla and 1'ort streete.
" VlKlilcg Eagles are Invited to at
RfUld. - W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
U H. T. MOORE. Satr.
7 : - i
f gt7m. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.olP.
fC MectB every Ind and lib Saturday
jb .-iveulng nt 7:30 o'clock in K. of 1'.
-rBliall, cor. Fort and llerctanla. Visit
"lrig brothers cordially Invited to ai-
F. M. McOrtRW, C. 0.
E. A. JACOI13UN, K. It. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
-McctB every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting urolhcra cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. I'EltllY, Sachem.
E. V. TODI), C. dt It.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
. ( TELEPHONE 1331
Edward Everett Hale
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
School Books and
f'r ' A. B. ARLEIGII &, 0.; LTD.
gy iiuU'J, V), viuvu,
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
( App-riently llnniifxitiilLMl nt the
iwiipr.il Klownoss of tho llremcti In
cvtlngiilshinR thu lire which was
iniisuinlng Hio Jap.inco carpenter
shop near the lornor or King -nn
.ALrpal utrccts, the tenants of thu
1 r.aiiKt(n-i ll(.iie. m!KB tli0 un
fortunate bul!dli;rf, nx.Mlly threw
, their belonging, (. nf ,lolr ,.
uvs. wI,ilo r.ie nf them suspended
i rupci rroni which they Intended do
slide ilujv;, raso r 11(.,cs,ty
Al tihotit 10:30 o'clock this morn-
'li'j the llromen responded to
)., , , , , , "
call of -fire" which camo fiom thoi
jronld not do nnylhliiR to save the
i uiternn ?"T,' u n", WM. ", '
wilier on the in.iln linn, nm i-r. ihi"
I !., ..',..... ;."..:
v tK: , tuuvivu uuivsa j or mo
Aftor the flro had about conpumed
tbo Japanese carpenter nhop. which
win a small bulldlnK mlJiilnliiK tho,
LnnKton Houic on KIiir street, the '
llreiueii were nbln to Bet water.
They soon Rot busy iiuurlliK water
on tho tmlldluK nnd i-oon hnd tho flro '
uu'ler eonuol. Tho Imliilliie, ac
cordliiB to reliable Information, Is
One of (In .1 ipnnee when seen
till mmtiliiK Hated that the owner
(if the building from whleh the flio
orlRlnnted had lighted an nil rtnvii
which he Intended to iio for cook
ing hli. lunch. lly neclilent, how
ever, It capsized itud tho troublo
commenced. The owner rould not
bo heen lo-lay. and heneo his Hide or
the Btory rould not be obtained. Tim
damage to the shop amomitH to nbout
$500. The blarksinlth shop or Sir.
Wright, which adjoins tho Jap car
penter shop, was slightly ' ilnmngcd;
to what uniuunt could not bo ascer
tained. One of tbo officers of Ad
miral Sebrco's crulners arrived sboit
ly after tho fire nud offered llio ser-
I vices of his men.
I nilrlfltr tlln n. ft. Id ...nH, ,I.A
-....r, .(' iiiu iuio iiiuiiiuih n.t'
Miitunl Telephone Company's lino
was put out or commission. The
residents of the dlMilct of WalMlfl
and Kalniuli were shut out ot'uim
muiileattiiu with tbo lownspeopln,
and they Were Krenlly worried be
enusa they could not pet their kio
ccrles. About -Of) wire cables were
hurued up this morning for sixty
NO OrjOBER MUSIC; ,
BAND Will. LAY OFF
Thirty dnB vacation each jedr.
That's what the Hoyal Hawaiian
Hand members will Ret from now on.
A icsnlutlon was passed at this
morning's meeting of tbo Supervls
orn, whleh will give the "looters" n
chimin to hat.lt In thu sinllu of lazi
ness for thirty peaceful days each
unit every October until the Ilo.uil
makes other i tilings. The resolu
tion reads "without diminution of
Tio Hoard spent most of Its morn
ing besslim passing AliRllst payrools
unit other loutlnu buslnes. Tho
largest Item was tbo maintenance ot
tho police- force, $3,100. The jiill
expenses for August wero $132.50.
It Is announced by It. O, Slalheson,
i.Fslbtunt t-ecretary of tho coinmittce
luwliig In clinrgu tho Itinerary of tho
Congressional party, that tho visit tp
bo made to tbo public cchools tonior
low will stait nt 0:30 In niitos from
tbn Young hotel, In order tlmt tin
cull nl tho boho'ilii may1)o ended In
I lino to prepai-o for llio tittcmliiuco ni
llio polo Riuii In the afternoon,
' THE STEASIEHS .Mnuna Kea and
Manna I.oa sailed at noon today for
their respective ports on Maul and
Hawaii. Tho llugEblp of tho fl'eot went
lo Hlio and tbo Mauna l.o to K.ona
Kau forts. ' ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The' Bin Nickel 8crilch PJd for tale
it the Dull e"t I n olflee for five ccnla,
It one Inch thick, made up or two hun
dred thecta of good paper. Six for a
Call and ecu Mlko r.ilun at.tho En
core. Tlrnlnr-rd Smith arrived today by tlio
Chilton Urcaric'otli for evening capital
nt Ufl.'l.'nni.lff. MA....I.I.. ' "
Got your h,a( cleaned'at tho Loai'llmd'
Hat'CloaWr,'' U6i Fort street." ' f
Senator n. W. Union was h lmssen-
gor'thls' morning fiont llio mainland.
Archie' McKIIIop. the ptipular bales-
i""i anivuu in lunu lull. I) uy me
J'Ic-Hol.lnfon (,. mornlnK
..;. ... .
n iiucree or divorco in the caw or Mil
ii Suzal aR.ilnof IC. Sngnl
The llrltlsh sWamer llunifonl iiasdcd
tbn port this morning en route to tho
colonics. Sho did not Etop hero.
W. J. Cooper of tho I'lomotion Com
mittee was nninir; the rc'.ir'il.ijr pis
bingera today on the liner .M.i- eliurla.
Sir. and Sirs. J. V. Crii'u- lvturned
this munilng on the Miinchmta, after
enjoying a well-earned wication In llio
.1. I.. Coke, county attorney of .Maul,
who has been Wbltlug on tho main
land, returned this morning on tho
C. Oil Dol, buyer for 11. F. Khlcra
& Co., ictiirupd this mointiig on the
Manchuria from onu of his lslts to
Tho sailors from the Washington
and West Vlrglna nro all nt 'tbo Ath
letic l'arit this afternoon vatcblng tho
T. II. Davlcs & Co. report room on
tho C.-A. S. S. AormiKl To; those
booked, toily or fifty In nil. Tho boat
Is scheduled Tor toinoriow.
1'. I. Waldro.i, president of the Mer
chants' Association, rcturund today
from n trip to England and tho Slatus.
Ho wai nccoinpanled by Sirs. Vnldron.
Sirs. O. O. Soong, wlfo of u prom
inent merchant of I.uhnlnn, Slant,
sailed today on tho Manna Ke.i for her
home. Hho was accompanied by bur
Jnstlco ferry Ibis morning fixed
September 20 an thu dnto upon which
tho hearing or tho ease or James l.loyd
ugalnst tliti Territory or Hawaii will
'.o hdaril on its merits.
Judge Robinson this morning signed
n decree, hovering the liintilinnulrl
bonds existing between Kcnopotohlwa
llaiboltlo and (leorgo Harbottle, tho
grounds -being lion supiMut.
It. Sloigaii will leave for Kauai .on
Thin silay to take the place of Sir. Do
bha In thu branch ofltce of tho Hank
of Hawaii, at l.lhiie. Sir. -Morgan will
also havo ihargo of tho iiostollleo at,
that place. '
Major Wndhanis, kin genii at I'ort
Shuftor, Is taking dally lmiwlintk ex
ercise 111 anticipation of doing tbo test
I Mo u lit t lu Inter on. Cnplnln Falls Is
iiIfo practlrlrg for tho Btienuoits long
ulstancu'rlile. Judge Ilolilnson this motnliig Flgued
hti onlor directing that tho nolleo of
tho filing of the libel or Tbiitu Wnta
nabo agninst Ilulsaku Watanabu bo
publlbhed' onco a veok for llvo weeks
In a local dally pater.
Royal Hawaiian Garage. Phone
101. The only p;avap,e in town
whero' vou can get the celebrated
Locomobiles. Around the Island, Ha
liewa Leilehue trips 'a "specialty.
Automobile repairing- xi 'Specialty.
Special 'attention 'cnl 'to 'the'mak
intr "of cean and nllttiartsl of 'nuto-
mobiles. Georc'e S,k Wells.' Manitcer.
Captani Ilnully " Vf-"ih'a kalvullon
Army leaves on't'lid AnrangV w lion 'thu
nlls for' tbo mnlnland. 'and Maior
Willi' tomes lo take bis' 'jilScol' Dur
ing Captain llradley'B, loadefship of
the Army here, they Kli!n6''' licronip
llEhed a Rre.il deal ol pood work. Ills
leaving will bo legreltej by man:'
warm frlciiils ho anil his good wlfo
hao mado whllo'hero.
I C r,
1 B SB
ST. JOI1N9, N. P., Kept 13StealJng tho piovlslons which 'Dr.
Cook Had raelied 'for use In case of dli e emeigeiiey Is tho charge that
has been protoncd iiRalnst Captain peaty, the II, 8. 'Navy civil ciirI
neer'who clrilnis' that Coolt did not rieaeh the I'ole. Allen Whlttcn, who
ncteil us boalawii'Iiion Peary's ship on the expeditions of 1905 nd 1308,
Is Hie man who accuses Peary or tho despledblii act.
Wblttcu'B Elnteincnt corroborates tbo cbargo preferred by Dr.
Cook, who says Hint Ills trcaouio of provisions was lobbed by tho rival
OWN ' LAWYER
ANO LOSES CASE
1 Mis. A, SI. IlraiUiicet, n, I. Iliown.
(Miss Carolyn Church, J. I.. Coke, Geo.
A Jmy In Clrcfult Jmlgo Whit- ; It. Colby, Sirs. Oeo. It. Colby, Sllss Em
ney's dcparlii'.ent of tho Circuit Hy Cooke, Plait Cooke. J. P. Cooke,
Court baa letmucil'a crdlcl for tho j-lrs. J. P. Cooko, W. J. Cooper. Oeo.
plaintiff In the suit brought by J. P.IA,' ' A' "lcT' ' nol'B'
Slondoiia ng.lnst Urge Siarkl.am. I"' a n'"' R "ob,0n' J,r- M
The piope.ty liil. lud lu tho suit "" ,c" A- Hf; Cj,ro'"1 "
Is located In Knll'lil and followed ' 'sko' rC; S- 0,,tl,rl' ' s- "0!";r
upon the sale of. a pteco of land to Mrs. W. l.anz. Inrnnl anil scivnal. Mra.
Slemloiin hum ( E. P. lltiniicli. I'1 "' '"'""P. MIsb Helen W. Ulllinp.
Maikhaiii (ondiieted his dim ,.n80 lll" "i-rllia I.aiw, C. C. IHomnicilleii.
while the plalutlrr was represented Mra- G- ' ""coin. Ml C. U Lincoln,
by Judge 3tanle. Throughout tboH- ' ,',,cna- Andrew MncArablo, Miss
tiial Starl.ham matutnlued that tho
section or laud In dispute vas sep
arate mid distinct and was not In
eluded In the' sales nnd exchanges
that had previously occurred.
Slnrkhnin's iiintentlons were con
tr()ertcd In the minds of tho Jurors
by u miirtguRc that was submitted
In cudemu Including tbo land lu
dispute and witnessed, by the de
fendant himself. This was loiibldcr
ed conclusive evldcmo for the com
pl.ilnnlil'H side of the easu.
. ' RIOT TRIAL PROCEEDS.
(Continued from Paze 1)
evidence and testimony It would ad
vance. Thoro was iio possibility or
doubt, declared Sir. C.ithcart, that
it rlol occiiried at Wnlapabu.oii June
.S last. Ho said Unit leh officers of
tho law were tho targetB for tho
belligerent nttlttido of thu mob and
that they were forced to retreat with
heir prisoner before he belllgeient
attitude of llio gathering or enraged
btrlkeis, The plain 'Intent ot tho
btrlkors to limit the law or tho Ter
ritory ii nil tbo (Oiiclusivo evldenco or
riot. Sir. Cathcart said, were thu
giounds upon which the people ask
ed lor a venllct of fiullty us charged
In the' Indictment.
Attorney Hlghtfoot's opening nd
drehS to tho Jury was In n charac
teristic vein, tho counbol for tho do-feni-n
telling tho Jury 'Hint n lielllg
ci out or unlawful act was tho Inst
tbtug In tho minds of tho Jnpancso
on Juno 8th last. Jotaro Sllkawa,
the man who tommitted a serious
iispnult on a lotuinlng worklngman,
wub desctlbed lis simply saying,
"Hey, hnve your wages been rais
ed?" ami then giving his victim n
Rcntle, Lourller-llku tup on the
siiuuuit-T. j un uvinencu in me ursi
trial ut tho rioters showed that tbo
DO GENERAT ExcavanR and Filling.
DrayinR nnd Expressing
Wood and Conlu - -Phone 588
G. W. MoDougtiU, Prop.
- No Burs;
w tz ;
Fiom San Francisco, per S. 8. Sinn-
cliurla, gept, H, For Honolulu: Sllss
II. Armstiorg, Mlts K. 1,. llamas,
Ins Klnrcnco Ilatcinnu, F. Ilradloy,
C. Marshall, Slr. Ella C. Perry. I,. A,
Petrle, E. W. Clulnn. C. du Hoi, O. E
Schacrer, Sirs. O. E. Schaerer, Jos.
Schwartz, Sirs. Jos. Schwartz, MIbs
Henrietta Schwartz, SIIso Jnsci'hlna
Schwartz, Miss Uriel Sebree, E. It.
Shaw, 11. II. Smith, Mrs. I). II. Smith,
Sllss I). Smith, J. It. Stanton, Sirs. J.
It. Stanton, Sirs. F. A. I.ommon, Sirs.
O. K. Ilurgner, I.lcul. It. O. Iiwlff, Miss
M. Vmidci burgh, K. I,. Waldron, Sirs.
P. I.. Waldron, Allen- Wilcox; Mm. I.
Wilbur, Mrs. O. K. Wlldor, Mrs. H. W.
Wright. Lay-overs for Honolulu: Sirs.
11. I.I nil, Miss Dorothy I. inn, Sllss
A! libel Mint Sirs. F. B. Menagn, Sirs.
E. W. Pooro, Mrs. Cbas. Ailains, Sllss
Sf. Hurford, Mrs Shirk St. C. Ellis,
Sim. 8. O. Evans, Sirs. Waldo Evans,
Sirs. .Ins. (1. Field, H. (Jaybird, Miss h.
Onylor, Miss A. Kelly, Mi's. It, II.
U'lgh, A. SlacKlllop, Sirs. . It. Sar
gent. Sirs. T. II. Taylor, Sirs. Cbostcr
Wells and maid." For Yokohama: U.
fmC-"Fnr 8l" n.rrt at -Bulletin.
returning working man whom Joln
io ncrostnd so delicately, was knock
ed down, beaten, kicked, and only
icscued with great difficulty by tho
Following l.lghtfoot'a remarks
Survejor Walter Wall was put on
tho stand to Identify a map ho pre'
pared of tho sreno ot tho riot. Ho.
was followed by Sir. Scovllle, tho How nlco It would bo to get away
chlcr engineer ot Oaliu plantation, n' from this hot weather and' put In a few
special pollco officer at tbo time of weeks' vacation wheru It Is cool. Open
tho riot. Scovllle repeated hfs r, saving 'account at the Uauk of Ha
story or the assault on the offlccrB wall right liow und each week put In
and the inability of tho police to, your Burplus funds and next year you
cope successfully with' tho hundreds will havo'enough saved to take n vucit-
of enrnged nnd riotous men.
A restauinnt: cheap: must go to
amies; good trade. Apply at
1150 Fort street,
Vineyard St,, Ewa of Nuuanu Stream.
Fort St., near Hotel' St.
i IN FOREIGN PORTS , ARRIVED
i ii i ..... 1 ' ' " iii i .l
Tuesday, September 14.
SAN FItANCISCO-Anled Sept. 11:
S. S. Alameda, 5 p. In.
MAIIUKONA Alllved Sept. 11:
Schr. J.. II. llruco, Ironi San Fran
POUT TOWNSEND Arilvcd Sept. 11
Schr. SI, E. Foster, heucu Aug. 25.
POUT TOWNSEND ArrUeil Sept. 13
Schr. Hobt. Scarle, from Poit Allen
Aug. 25. i
MONTIi'BEY Sntled Sept. 12:
S. S. W. S. Poller, lor Honolulu.
SAUNA CEUZ Sailed Sept. 13:
S. S. Alaskan, for Sail FranclKco.
SAN r'iMNClSCO Arrived Sept. 14:
8. S. Asia, hence, Sept. 7.
SAN FltANCISCO Sailed Sept. 14:
S. S. Cliljo Staru, 3 p. m., for Himo
KAHUI.UI Sailed Sept. 13:
S. S. Zambesi, for Pot t Allen.
KAIIUI.U1 Sailed Gept. 14:
Schr. I.ottlo Dennett, Tor Pugel
MEMO. Dr. S. S. P.oinrord, fiom
No)o for SlelLouitiu, passed the por.
Per stnir. Klnau,for Slnul and Mo
lokal, Sept. 14. Sllss Julia Oven, A. V
Peters, II. SI. Olllet, Mrs. IV Sillier
Mrs. Lyilln Sillier, B. Slohler and wire
E. Ijingeiv W. O. Crowell and wile
Sllss llattlo Johrson, Silss Slcrcj
Akuii, Sllss J. Jarilin, Sirs. II. Jurdin.
New silks at Whitney & .Marsh's.
David A. Dowsctt, 203 Judd building
handles real cstato nnd Insurance.
lleautlftil Island shells and curios
or every description. Sirs. E. M.
Taylor, Young Iliilldlng.
S. E. I.ucas, expert optician, has
opened bis new ofllce In the Masonic
building. Come and get your ejes
tested and lilted properly. '
A (iOc bag ot "Forcegrowth" will turn
your lawn from n sickly yelluwlsh
green into a luxuriant, velvety dark
green. Sold by E. O. Hall & Son. Pre
pared by Hawaiian Fertilizer Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian News Co. do not hesitate
to giurantco Kce l.nx carbon paper to
bo thu very best In the market. It Is
btrlctly nou-xmutlgo and wcais longest,
Call nt our stole in Alexander Young
Dldg nnd seo It.
Ib your homo up-to-date? Flno book
let "Tho Proper Treatment or Floors
Woodwork and Furniture." Ireo for the
nsklng at Lovvoin & Cooke Ltd. Full
lino of tho celebrated S. C, Johnson
& Son's wood finishes carried.
Drop Into tho Insurnnco Depart
ment of the Hawaiian Trust Com
pany, Ltd,, and learn how cheaply
you can Insure jour' homo and per
sonal effects, nnd bo secure case of
THE STEAMEIt Klnau sails this af
ternoon nt S o'clock for Knunl, car-j
tying iiacsengors nnd eonoial enrco
W. W. AHANA CO.,
I i ' .
I I I
Monday, September 13,
Stmr. Milium Kea, "Itcoiiiiiii, for
Maul, 12:15 p. m. '
Stmr, N'iienu, Plltz, for Kauai, 5 I.,
Tuesday, Sei tember 1 1.
Stmr, Minimi Kea, Preennii, for
Maul and llawalj, 12 m.
Sfmr. Slamu I.oa, ' Simcrsou, for
Knnn and Kau. 12 m.
Stmr. lwulanl, Slltt-hel, for .Malm
konn, 12 in.
P. SI. S. S, SlaiKliurl.i, for thu Or
lent, 5 p. m,
Stmr, Klnau, Gregory, for Kauai
Stmr. Sllknhnla, Thompson, for SIo
.'okal and ilaul, 5 p. m.
DUE TODAY "'
U. S. A, T. l.ngan, Stlnsou, from Sau
I DUE TOMORROW i
O.-A. S. S. Aer.ingl, from (bo Col
(liles, a. m.
Per Blmr. Slnuiia Kea, l'iccinin,
from Ijihalna, Sept. 1 1. J. A. Ken
nedy, B. A, Slolt-Sinlth, W. A. Thomas
W. A. Itoill-nberg. A. .1. Wntklus, H. ii
riiandler. Judge Houston, It. Itailliolu
C. F. Scott, Sirs. Scott, J. SI, Sillier
Mrs. Sillier. II. A. Young, Sirs. Young
A, P. uawbun, Slis. Diwsoii. C.
I'llnce, Sirs. Prince, W. It. Ellis, Sir.
Kiln-, D. KilinulellO, C P. CIiIIIIiil,
worth, .Masters I'rlnco (3), SIIsb Sle
I.achlnn, Sliss Heeder. Judge Hatch,
W, O. Smith, J. A. Willams, J. W
Qood, Sirs. Good. W, A, Kiedel, Ml
Recder. I,. P. Pngett, Sirs. Fagott, J
II. Sopcr, A. J. IlnrchfloM, W. r.
Woodyard. Sirs. Woodyard. h. J. Hcc1
r, II. O. Humphreys, G. W. Taylor .1
II. Slcl.ucliliin, K. S. Theall, (1. I!. Mr
Cleiiuiiii, W. It. Farrlugton, It. O.
Matbecon, Geo. Ilenshall, A. P. T.iv
or, A I). Ciiblio, Jim. (J. I.ane. Iltv
. I.. Deslri. J. II, Coney and son, lu
ler Weliizheliuer, Sllbi AVelnzhelmi .
J. Duikbishaw, W. P. Fennel.
Per stmr. Slnuiia Kea, ror Hawaii
and Slnul, Sept. 14. Itev, I). Slurr.i'
It. W. Napohoa, Sllss Cotton, Mrs. II.
I). Wlsburd iiml 2 chlldieu, Mi. an 1
-Mrs. CIiiib. Gay, H. W. Sllsl, A, C. ill
exandcr, Sllss Juno llanklii, SIIsm E
Itunklu, H. T. annul, C. E. Wright J.
Guild. D. 11, .Murdoch, II. J. Hbis nud
v,ro. Sirs. A. I.htg.ite. .1. S. SJIvn, llev.
SI, Nakulmi, Sirs. 0. G. I.cong nud
child, J. K. Notley, Mis. U Meycw, P.
I. Spalding, Thos, Slcl.eau, Sirs. II. (1
Peters and wlfo. .Mrs. J. It. Jndd Silts
Emma llaikcr, W. 11, Olobon ) II.
Gullck, J. Slendoneu and wlfo, llev. J
1. Slathe-vs, C. W. Itenoir. Cbas Akl
Per htmr. Slnur.'i I.oa Tor Koni iiml
Kau, Sept. 14. Miss Slields, Sirs, J.
i-ouo, itev. Win, Kalalwiui, h. E
Wooley, O. .. Campball, E. J. Hal ler,
W. K. Itngsdalo. Sim. W. Iinih'
Judgq Stanley, SI. E. Meiuos, SI. SI
JohiiKoii, It. Wullnco, Mrs. J. Ann, Mr
I, A. Magoon, P, Horn, It. A. Sic
Wayne. A. II. Snillh C. W. Aahfo'd
G, K. Mills, II. M. Wells.
WHEN THE frolnhtcr Ruliiiiilibi'i
lert Hlln on llio 30th. sho c-irrled Cnnn
tons or raw sugar, consigned lo II.
Atlantic Coast by way or Kallna Cruz
W. W. AHANA CO., TAILORS.
WHITE SERVICE AND -
IN LINEN AND COTTON DUCK.
vG2 So. King St. No branches.
Tailor, 62 King St.
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