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EVE?tNQ BUt-tETT. HCrfOT.-UUJ, T H rP.IDVr VG 2C 1910
Oceanic Third Degree.
HnvTiiilnn First Degree.
. IrlttHK lUe.Ubw f Of ll
irdet are cordlnll invited ti
ittf. rt meeting-) of lorn, lodgef
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M,
KNEFICIAL ASVWIOH cmtions cor.
HARMONY I0D0E, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
?:30 In I. O. O. P. Hall, Port Street.
E. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
It. K. McCOY, Noblo (Irand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Trl
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and lleretanta. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
VM. JONES, C. C.
O. P. HEINE. K. It. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets evory first and third Thurs-
, days of each month at Knights of
i Pythias Hall. V.Bltlng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
! A. L. EAK1N, Sachem."
E. V. TODD, C. of'Il.
t HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E
. Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
ytSO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
jBeretanla nnd Fort streets. -
Visiting Eagles aro invited to in
W. It. RILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 610, B. P. 0, E.
ITnnoluln Lodco No. C1C. D. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, -every Frauay eve
ning.' Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R
GEO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec,
WM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4tli Saturday
Arenlntr t 7 '30 o'clock In K. of 1.
Hall, cor. Port and Deretanla. Visit
lrg brothers cordially invited to at
- H. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
, E. A. JACODSON, K. It. 8.
A CREOSOTE STAIN THAT IS
PERMANENT IN COLOR AND A
Use this Stain when an attractive
finish in soft, mellow tone is de
sired, Lewers & CooKe, Ltd.,
' 177 SOUTH KINO STREET
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALME
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
rhon 170 Night Call 10)4
ASSESSMENT NO, 12
Honolulu Branch of the Hrrrlmi
list besn called nnd la DUK JUS'
4 Md WWWm fl Jl'I.V It-
.1 u r- u ,
Isozodont I POWDER 8
Kf Powder or Jt . 'Itwu1 .
w' Paste in the UrrliiJ
It was iruti l,.' vi-sterdav for Gov
crnor Frenr but mdny In- Is getting
nrouud fairly loinloitnbl) with trn
old of i" iniie
The Inju.y which n n responsible
for the ti'iiiiiiiur crippling of Ha
ft all's iliief oeru.lvo wus it full from
his horse nlK'.il leforo lust while go
ing ti Mnkikl street on his homo
The Governor's horco was going
along MukiM street at :i fair .lope,
when, without the slightest wnrnlng,
nll Tour of his leet Irft the hllppery
street nt onco nnd he loll on his side.
pinning the left Inot and leg nf his
rider under him
HONOLULU GOLF CLUB
- 1 11
The Honolulu Golf Club wlll pjlll
off one of their regular card events .
on Sunday next. Tins is to no n l wo
llnll 'Four.'vomo" nnd there nro twoi
handsome pti7e for tho winners.
Tho club Ins decided to throw tills
match open to nil comers, so uny nno
who ph.ys Bolf. whether he he n elnb
member or .not. will Lo welcomed ut
tliezlt)nnalua Links, nnd have 11
cha"nTofir3"illl "' of the prizes.
Tho club has arranged to have an
nUto-huB at the end of tho car lino
near Fort Hn.lflor, nnd sumo will leave
for tho links nt I'sCO 11 1.1. nud will
lenvo for town nt 1:30 P- m. so all
players will bo sure of 11 ildo each
wny The Moanalua links arc In lino
shnpo nnd n two ball fouraomo being
it impulnr mutch a lnrgo entry Is ox
Reeled fliTL-ri fine day's sport will bo
Noxt Monday there nro twelve,
matters to como berore tho Federal
Court, being insea continued dur'.igl
The Governor was scratched ll ,P(i,iiii,E vvino at lwllei wbb treated na8t iwfl weeks, but will bo up nnd vcnllon for tho rrospcrlty of Iho Re- nnlo Guard, Pcllx
conswernn.y ami 111s mu unme got n- ...,.,...... Be(0ro 0f thirteen 1 nroumi l 11 row ilnva. puuiicau party. jirH. L. T. Wnlsh. Mlfs
nasty wrench II.. win able to mount A 0f( ,,nlirt tllU Innrll. Special Duty. , Sla'.ei I- "-e Filth. - M, II. Clowes, A. 0. I
again and ride home but vottorday ,'"'.' .,,... ,.,,, . wn,' Privates Josso Knuckles. Company I.lRl.lh precinct, County Chas. Ar- jj. Ileaman. Joseph li
morning It wns hard for him lo get ",f" '., ' , iw- linrnav Okrev Oninnaiiv P- Le- "old, George Mnrkham. Albert Water- v- -
around even , .L, nut. lies " lrw the -hnrge. as the man was . iwr noj iJkr to. ip.ii. 1 . 1 . w roRBaM
past weeks which will como up for age passengers arrived uiy tho ves. (Continued from Paje 1)
dnto tn beset for trial. IVel tills 'morning. The'weathor 'oin- domination or Andrews and lluffnn-
Thoso on tho calendar aro against jng uown to tho Islands wns fine, doau Their plalfcrm has been do
Gcorgo Davis, three HuexIuub who nnil tno gteadlness of tho Siorra wns cla.cd In Iho luteioat of clean politics
swam over to Quaiantluo Island, D.il niucn commented upon ns well nj nnd tho hendlng of good men to tho
Fook Tnl, Leo Sa Kec, Munuef C. appreciated hy,tho passcngors. ccnveiitloiis. Thnt Is thu Issuo upon
Costn, Tarn Pol, Nigel Jackson, Wll-i Mr. and Mrs. Guy Adams nnd Miss which their tlckH will bo put up to
Dim II. Singleton, Illrata and Jnmca Adams aro well-known Coast people, night.
A now Btore house to bo of frame
construction win soon o uuuuu 10 iu.j
eqdlpincnt of Port Shatter.
Tho building will bo one hundred
ly twenty-,, ur ,,-ui ... u,.uo...u.., ,.;..
..1 out um. n.ury
It Is Intended to bo used for tho'
orlng-of supplies, for the military
Captain Palls has rectlved word I
that tho construction of tho building
Is to proceed ut once ,
TWO MORE DELEGATES'
G'lVHinor Fnar has nppilntcd nihil- has been nrsoclated with tho public oil to died uny light on the Cohu.1
lonul .UU'gatos to Nntlonnl Conserva- cehoolB of tho city In tho capacity prospect
ilnn Congress to bo hold ut St Paul. 1 or principal of the High School. Wise and Boyd.
Minn, eurly In September, tho now Tho Sierra h to sail ror San At Pauou. John II. Wleo and Rob
ippoliiices being Churlos li Duvts Francisco on next Wednesday morn- urt N Uojd havo.thulr own slates to
mil II A P Cnrfr Ing, tho sleumer leaving her wharf piesent nt tho meeting tonight. Tlry
Tills makes four delcgites from Ha- at 10 o'llock. .entli feel that limy ran land their men.
null in Hit- ri.nE.nsM tho two nrovi-. I Wlb" l' '" bef" systoniutlcnlly
uisly appointed being A P. Kiiudfccii
tint C A Hiuntiiu, both of whom nroi
xpei.lei id do as Iliiuullilli lopro
When llmro nro two or thrco girls
In ihn fRinlly duos tb nno who gel"
up II ri In tho mnrnlDg got tlm lest
'inlr, ns sh usually get Hid loit nf
lis oilier wearing BPjMrid? Aloliln
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, tl Pr hour, Lewis Stabler.
(let high-hall noil a from l'lllirad
and Woodward, phono 657.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Rest at The Encore.
One thousand splendid books, One,
nun II II (III tf 'll . Mill T1T IIIUIV .
tlri-.si t n till T nti fit IT tlf it iiln tnrvwrt
If you want n good Job dono on nn'tt
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian U
Carriage MfK, Co., 427 Queen, St. 8
For distilled water, Hire's Root tt
lleor nnd all other popular drink
King up phone 71
The-e were eight rases on the po-
lice court calendar Jhls morning.'
and mnst r the,,, were dlpo,od of
, , , i
"T" , c , . t '
Ccnmicini Sunday, Anput 28,
the Bulletin's phone number.,
Will UB: UU'.neJS OIIICC, ZZOU; cut -
torlal rooms. 2185. . .
rondeinn.nl, .,i k.per are
.viv - - ,...,...- .. . - ....... aiKiiiiii-i ill !(, u.l.n Kill I II. 1'irtlll i,
prcpar.'d bi Attorney (leneral l.lnd-.Soiue men will rtenlUt without gu-
sa In inline -Hon with property to'ing Id the Stales, and will return
be cleared for the eMenslou nf tllsl.np with the huttallnu when It gciei
Klreet from Hotel lit Herein, ilnl homo" next June. Others tlalui
etieclB they' will ,ieer leeullst, lint that Is
Uavld K. Sherwood, ns Deput) what they nil wy. It Is to In. hoped
United State Mnrshi.l, gos to llnathnt thoso who tin enter civilian IHe
to.la to bring lo Hiitmlulu Leo Wlll hne tho best nf Biieress. Un
voting, who Is held there under irv-'.iulls will 1111 their pl.iccs. and then
rest for having counterfeit; him In recruit drill wlll iigalt. be popular
his potseeelon. nt this post.
'.. n l.n n.itiiAu.i , 1,.. lunU n , . . . 1
. , . . , ,. .. n ,
eapt.tre.l by Chief Mclulb. .in.
cliurgel wt.n laicenv or i.onio lean
and ether nit. les, wits given, sixteen,
inonlhf J.i'l by Judge Andfodn this'
morning nt inn pouco tnuri,
The case of Pong Chong,s. tlm
TerM.cry of Hawaii wan being nr-
gued In the .Huptcme Court today. '
Andrews rnpierenllng the
ulnlutl.T nnd Dunuty Alli.ri.ey Con-
ernl Ljmer nppeailng for Hip govern- who haa .i.idei.houn 1. wvem nporu- past. They aio now rlonn and ennfl
mnnt. Itlon, Is still l the liosp'tiil. Ho dential friends. Politically they will
Mitre a Russian who had l.eon!nn neen ofled lo his bed for tho
ignorant of tho law ,, was ,,.,, "" "-" ' ."""""" To precincl. Te.,l,nr.al-Fre, PrU' A
om in. 1 . i... 1 ..... 1 t ... - -- "
" ., I signed In speilnl duly In the i.ar- "l','t "eurgo ..h.iu.n uj.in.y r)i:r,AWARB IIItEAK
George II Fulrchlld leaves on tho,
Siberia for Europe, whoie ho will Join I
I.IU r......l I lu .trlt.tliln flint ihnl
ll.a ItMllllI IV 1J ,,,wu,.w,u ...i.v . ;
Fall child family will remain in Eu
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rope unothor year in order that tho
youngest daughter mny he near the
pbysiclun under whose treatment buo
im9 made such u marvellous recovory.
(Continued! from Pace l.
Ot. tho voyngo to San Francisco '
the Sierra again demonstrated he!
fine sea-going qunllflcatlons. The
vcstel met with strong gales nnd
rough seas during tho last fow day take on iinv handball team on tho
of tho trip, nnd despite tho handl-( Island and promise a fast nnd Inter
cap from the elements tho Sierra estlng gjine
clipped off 370 knots each twenty -fmr
"The old Alnmedn mny havo now
and then Indulged lu somo lively
.mvtillnir lint Mir, Rlnrrn bna thus
far eclipsed any lecords made by V
formor Honolulu ferryboat," was tho
....,.. from one of tno sierra's
om'Cerfi this morning j
Ninety four cnVn and eight stcer-i
Mr. Adams be'ing connected with Qale in KakaaKo.
railway Interosts In C.llfornn. I e far " in Huovvn, (hero Is goln;
Major II Atherton Ib en routo to l0 ,, " ''"' nK''t ' the soveuth pic
Australia, whore ho wlll Join the f"lct "f, "' frth district, J. C. Co
..nff nf l.rl.M. onclnecrs' stationed hen. wll K 011u ,,r lho Prospective
In the Colonies.
r.,,o n ,'.nin,. ,...,! Mrs i,n.lwiis 1,k0'1 " lakvn luck seat, and to
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ton am tourilts who wlll make n
i.-i.,. -... i Hawaii.
II. O Cummins and Mrs. Cummin.
d making u brief visit to the Is.
I aio making
, (m lru )lp1,
s A KeJbUl0 , , tlnveK
. ,M . .. .,.,. nli
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dd'ery house and s luak.ng one
of his periodical trips to llio in-
lands. 1 will floor them out nt tho meeting to-
C Mackintosh lias returned to Ho- jjiKiit."
nolulu, bringing n bride. Mrs.' F.lward K Ullknlunl, who Is nppar
Mucklntosh Is making her first trip cntly lu favor of supporting Cohen,
to tho Islands. I lias a slato of lila owntn piescnt to-
Ainong ho passengers nrrlv;ng by night nt the meeting. When seen thlt
tho Slerrn Is P. A Richmond, who morning, ho simply smiled nnd refits-
Ml I .NST.l 1,1.31 i:M' (l(MH)S.
"Well," remuiked tho privileged
filond, "I unduratuud you am ut last
Itiklnlled In nnr now home"
"Nntbliig nf the kind," prolcHlrn
Mrs Niiwcil 'All tin, furi.ltnri. vv
havo was 11 Hirt ftuui my purents"
. I, if. V. ,.. AMI.. Ill nA
iiuiieiiu Jiiiiincii unite mono ti
T1..II..1.. V,Jl...f.l Tl 111.... llll
liuilvlin uiiviini i.ouni iiiuuo jpj
Our Now Phono
-4 w O "I
City Transfer Co.
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FORT SHAFTER NEWS
i. :: :: :: ss ss :s ss u u nuuu :: u sits
In n few months the l..iUa ilii will
lose many of its oldtlmeis The
money panic In the eirly pntt f
1908 caused n great man, me,, tn
Join the rerv.cn, and , .. h.Mng nn-
, . , .. ; ., .
,' r r",' "i,,'E,1 m
-e discharged nnd again tr. cUInn
" Nen.1, eu-r, ,.,.pau In the
, ' w... mso ,ro. lu.-eu ...
Itwentytivo men. ;ncludlng .mall
Itwenty-r.ve men, :ucludlng no '.mall
iinlnir' tiiim.wir r . r.,u.,.0 i .,..,,, i
uaieman to bpcoat Baty. "He Is Hupportt.H.y (leotge Mnrkham.
Prevlalo Mm tin of 0V,p.,ny 0. , ,,,, thcrc , iMttmaA of
who lias inken .'a.o nf th. company
Krden:i for Hit. pi.st eight inontlis,
has been lelmod, and liivnn Fio.l
. .. ..
linteman is now ntlllig In tluil en-
paclty. (latemnn lins taken much1
Interest In thn work and promises to
make tin, garden pay.
Lashley in Hcsnilal. ;
r.ali l.n rtlej of ('nnilmny (I,
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wt glnll( . ,8 , t nro t,uwil
' ' ,
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havo repotted for instructions andi
nro now taking care of the vvnrl,
Rain Delays Hike.
Rain, which .nine down In tor
rents Inst Tiinreilav morning, kk,II
pluim which woro made for
FCOmnan) s hike, 'tho pra.-,
la, h .vs postponed, nnd tho,
men worn sepi ...isr nil nay pnnc
, mg up. iu-uiiis .or ex.eusivo iieiu
operations hail i.-en mane. I 11 sen u Al... AUrod Castle. Ron Znh-
Handball. l.ii. and llini Peters
Fort Shnficr has a fine team ot Fourteenth pioclnct As yet no com
handball plnycis. Much Interest Is' promlso has been reached between tho
inncn 111 ine game, una 11 is pinycu
ran and vvitn cntmisiaBin. i;ncn
lyornlng 1 devoted to practise, nnd,
tho men do well considering tho
room thev have Tney nro ready to
nil I UII I IV I f j
I delegates to the convention, It Is said.
allow I1I1 niiuio to bo dropped from
,i... it-. ..1.1.1. ...in 1.. ....... .. r.,.'
II, U IIOI. nilll.ll Ml. I III lV&l-,IUU MM 1 .... 1
adoption at tlm meeting oulght To,col,Bl,,eiei1 ns ""rpr'sInK that tho Ad-
- nl"o listen
Wn .lo not want thoso who
wunt to run lor thu legisla
ture or lor County offices to
"..". " "'
run us ueiognto to tno convention,
said one ot tho precinct inembers thla
morning "If thoy do not listen wo
preparing for thu tlgbt, wlll bo I lie 1
to dellvir tlm goods. As 1, prosldcnt
"r t'1" pieclnct, It Is piesitiued that
''o em. uiitilinl tho Hlluiitlun lonlghl
without tho leust tioublu.
In tho Fifth.
Arbl win. r In thu (ilevrnih pio-i
eiuei nf tlm IHlh hits a prospective'
slHtu tn prHimit al tlm in.VilliiK tiinluhl.
111,. 1.1 l.'.K.in ..,.,1 fl..,l...u I....U.. III. ul
""" i'mmh nut. n". - "'i
u.11. un uflni. I.iu uiu.ln it ii.i. ....mil
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Number Will Ho
(Jas. 11. Lovo)
si (S it'll, si is is ss si t: is it it h si it
ss a u ss ss n ss a u u a tt it ss ss
thoy think Is not strong rnoush. They
,ao n alato of Ihelr c.n, and the
Intend to push It through lonlghl, will.
., .Irtrrminallon ...hen. Ach. h 'sUto
At 1 oclock tl.l, nncr.io.ii, Kan,..
i , ii ..I i , .
I ?Jm,2 ML XX TZ
oi. umnhienteK e onielM o luo
u. their men ,a ly ,,-e w "ry J
'"'' "": :'""' """" ""b,.r of additional passengers. Tho
Mahelona SI cnt. rcMrn ,, nt nn
Kolnmnn Mnhelona. leidor of the
'l1'"1' precinct of tho fifth whn. seem
"'I nyirnlng nnnnuneed Hint he liadl
untiling to sny, nlhcr than to wall for
the iictlon of tho precinct meeting In-
, , . . . , ,,
makeup sl.ile In Ills sleevr. He said,'
l,n.oer, that ho thought there Is go
ing to lie 11 slight liicalt-np nt Iho
meeting, where the Achl-Lnne men
wlll likely spring something.
r.e.l Hockley's name leads tho tic
ket thorn for Territorial convention.
ln, ti.,.i i. .1 u n.,t.n ..,.c...if.h. '
to sny. Kiel ileckley's nan
uu, ticket (lie.o for Terrllur
vention. Ilo Is suiuiiiited by (leorgo
' Hockley, who led tho t rol.llilllon
leaguo nnd Markhnnf, who wns l.len-
lined with the null p.nhlblllnulsls have
patched up their differences nf Iho
work together In tho Terrllo.lnl con
Abraham Kck.il. P. Ryan. Isaac Coc-
kett, S. 0a', Wm. Is.inc, Onirge l.u
etnn Win K!,- a-II, n ,
Twelfth lirodnct. The committee
consisting' of Kahalo, Richard Lann
Speckman, Kcnln nud Creoden. nro
meeting this uft'rnnon to select noiul
ncrs for delegate to County conven-
.Hon. This is wlieio A. 8. Kalolnpu
,, ,,,,. )ml wlld askei, ,, mhrn.
InR ho ,,,, ,lotllK , B!IJ..
Tnrtcc,M precinct, (inty Win.
ioakalaiil. Cnpl. T. llnll, I). Iloaplll.
Harry von llnll. Firming. Dan Palm
opposing sections. Chas. Cln.k 'nn.l
IiIh friends n.o still considering the
best way to scttlo tho differences,
Fifteenth precinct. Win. Henry, tho
High Sheriff has not been heard from.
It Is expected that a state will lie!
mado up this afternoon
Precincts which aro known to have
made up their projpectlyo delegates
are us follow..:
Second precinct, County James II.
r.oyd, II. Vnn Glescn, Ikuiic Hnrbottlo,
II II. l'aoa, Edwaul Wongham, Dan
Kaco J. . Sylvosttr, Kuhlltkulo, Apolo,
St. Pllannla, Jns. Mersebcig, Moses
Flfll, pteclnct. County Fred Coc
kett, ,M.eos Who, (.ouls Kane, E. K.
I.lllkalanl, J. C. Cohen, J. C. Qiilnn,
Chas. Olo, J. IC. Nuklln, II. Klcmme,
lojin llllo. Sr., nnd John II Ilo, Sr.,
I.lllkalanl It Is said, Is making up
his slato this afternoon with a view
to presenting It tonight for ado.it Ion
by tho pieclnct meeting.
Tho Eleventh of tho Fifth hau'n
utco lltllo light 011 lis hnnds In which
Aclil nnd what is claimed to ho an
Andrews ticket ara Involved, Tho An
drews ticket Is declared to contain the
uumo of George Kuca, tho nuloi Ions
gambler whoso candidacy laid year
caused so much dllHc.ilty It Is not
vortlser-Andrews crowd nro ablo to
tako up with Knoa bIiico tho editor jmnnn at Wansbec, Holsteln, for treat
of tho Advertiser nsko.l Aclil lo como mont. Sho appeared to bo progress
into tho fold uipl when ho refused, lpg til. muidrnlv. a fow daj's ago, Bho
proco'.'dcd to ul.uso lilm. Ab Aclil has ivas missed from Iho locality. Slniul
bicomo a bad mun In tho Andrews. iUi.o..l 'l was dUcovercd that tho
camp, Kaon is proBiimably good. lyoung Turk, who had neen visiting tho
Tho tickets that aro likely to bo town, had also disappeared, -lu
tho, field In tho Eleventh of the! Tho girl's father was telegraphed for
Fifth e-e: and In company with Pastor Dollmauu
County W. C. Achl, 8. C. Owlght.Uie started for London, whither tho
Pat Sllvn, Sam Piilchu, Knlnlu, F. For. elopers woio believed to bo speeding,
nandez, Sam Paulo, Henry Vlcrrn. The pursuers arrived nt the quay Just
Toirltorliil Harry Auld, Win. l-najas tho Turk and his companion were
Wm. I.nt hnr
Teriltorlal N Perunndoz, Stephen arrested nnd tho girl was taken hon.oof Nagasaki, Is ropor)od by cahlo as
Muliaiilu J, II Tucker. 'by her fnlher, whom sho strenuously leaving sailed from the Japanvsu port
Count) Eddie Drew, Geo. Kuea, D.lpn.teited eho did not know. Tliesu August 21st and Is due,-to arrive
K. Kniiiu. J. Knnno. J. Kas.no, P. Ka- denials of recognition Impressed t.u t Honolulu enrouto tu San Francisco
nan II. K. Knno, W. K. Sinierson
N. Ftrnandez Is not nt iirfHcut In
Tin. famous gooso hud Just lul
ntlinr golden egg.
"Why urn I llku n summer -liovvur!"
sho queried of 'ihn musical cut.
Mwurii me. liijnineil lint nut, wnn
pu)r, ti(, iMdln, "hut I'll bo the ;imt
Wlmt's tlm nnswerT" '
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ADDITIONAL 8HIPPINQ ON PAGE EIQHT. '
Frlday( Auq. 26.
San Fianclecn Sierra, O
7:30 n. m.
AT NiNE O'CIXICIC tomorrow een-
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'"' ""' "."vc '"V""'1 """.",'.
"'"' ny ' i....n..s w.. ...r . .-
""""' nj tr lp nro in. 1 the
Rla'"1 ,,ff K,,n1' 'Zll 1 I
ho on of several that tho steamship
company may run In the future. The
, , ..
; early hour on Monday morning.
INCLUDED IN the freight taken to
Kona nnd Knu ports l.y( tho steamer
Manna I.0.1 snlllng at noon today was
shipment of over nuu hundred tons
, .. ., ,,n
of fertilizer. The passenger bookings
for tho windward ports along Hawaii
was n lnigo i.nu. Tho vessel Is duo
lo lcturn tn Honolulu nn next Friday
morning and will bo dispatched ner
tho sAmn run Iho fnllunlng Tuesday.
IN ORDER lo Inko 011 (he mainland
mall and express matter, tho Inter-
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.Hianu s.eaiucr v. 11. .
lall was held
ncr until tinlny and that vessel wlll
sail for Iviiuai norts nt fln nVlork tbbi
evening. Tho Hall Is taking a num
ber of passengers and a fill, cargo ot
general rmrchnndlso nnd plantation
Tllli FUI.I.OWINU pissengers nr-
lived nt Illli) by tho Mntson Navlgi-jlck,
Hon steamer Enlcrprlso: Miss L. II.
Miller Miss 0. A. Potter, Miss Steph.
Ilnmhclll, A. S. Glbb,
A. Marr, Miss
teaman, Mrs, A.
ed Aug. 2fi: ShlpAV. P. Prje, from
Knhulul, Apr. 23,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. 2;
Dktnc. 8. G. Wilder, from Mahukonn,
SAN FHAKCI8CC Arrive I Aug. 2fi:
Ilk. II. P. Hlthot, Iwnco July 22.
AOI'K'K TO MAIIIXKIIS.
OAKIND IIAIlUOIl, CAU
Notice Is hereby given that Tldnl
Ilasln West End llin.y nnd Tidal llasln
l.'ast End lluoy, both IIS. :id-clnss
.pars, were estnhllshed August 17 to
Murk tho W'ly and IJ'ly. ends .eapec
tlvcly of tho Middle G.ound ubovo 'ho
brhlgo In Oakland Harbor, Cal.
OF SUGAR IN SPAIN
Tho following statistics showing tho
sugar industry of Spain nro supplied
by Consul Charles L. Hoover, of Ma
drid: Of tho 32 hi'H-sugar factories, re
turns from 31 havo been secured, From
July 1, 1909, to March 31. 1910, tho
mills received CCC.C85 metric tons (ot
2204.0 poundB each) of beets, or 214.
933 tons less than last season. The
sugar production was 81.G50 tons, or
11.493 tons less than In 1908.9".
From January 1 to March 31, 1910,
Iho enno mills ground 13,549 tons of
enne, or 21 810 tons less thni. in the
first quarter of 1902. The sugar out
put was 1.C70 tons.
HYPNOTIZED BY A
TURK AND ADDUCTED
Remarkable Case of Danish Girl Who
Was Overcome ly Mesmeric
COPENHAGEN. August 13. A re
markablo story of hypnotic Influence Is
oxcltlng North Jutland society. Tho
iln.iplitpr nf n iL-nll Irnnlvn tlnnlfill
clerityinnn Is tho heroine of tho sen-
satlnn, wllh n Turk named Vafladls as
tho heavy villain. Tho girl developed
a highly scnsltlvo temperament so slio
was placed In charge of Pastor Doll-
'l'oIiii! nlmard a shin. Tho Turk was
Ipliyslclnn win. was canon in uuu 110
discovered thnt tho girl was -under
hypnotic Influence, After sho had been
(treated for somo tlmo sho regained
her no.n.al condllloi. and was ahlu to
uiiHwur ijiiumimhi lunuiiui.. .11 ivijr
to her, father she denied Unit she loved
,iv,, l.'wi,!, m. w. ....,i iv k.......
me . urs, inn Kan. 110 nun inui urn
la.igo fascln Mot, had compelled hr,
, ,,, i,i,
1S5 dltorlsl roomi-ari(l --"
, .,. 0ii,c.
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ii office. Tlnit ri tin Ultnhont
numbtri of Ihi 0 u 1 1 1 1 n effic.
Friday, Aug. 26.
Kona and Ka'u ports Manna Loa,
Ter O. S. 8. Sierra, from San
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V V ",' ,1 U" 1 ,i ," '
""'""""'; '"' " "' "'"" ,'
Mr . Andrew , ,,. p.. Angell J.
ii. S?, 1 nl. lL,t J H n
M ss hstello llalcOm, Mnseri O, C.
llallentyne, Tho. II. I.en.o.l, Mrs.
nickford, E. P.
, , , Katherlne
Case, Miss Jennie Chareswprt,h. Miss
Barah Chune:. A. F. Cooko. MlwMnr-
garet M. Cooke, Chester Colter, Mrs.
'John P. Cowan, Master P. Cowan,
MfH M s rjompton. II. 0. Cummins.
Mrfl cmm8 K. 3. Djonlson, Mrs.
rinntrnn. Paul D.imi.ld. 11. Pnvmon-
ville Jr., J. II. Poster, J. E. Garcia,
II. Oorman, Miss Gladys Grose, MIm
S. E. Hall, John W Hnra.lllon, Miss
A, T.irtnngle, llev. T. P. Henry, P.
L. HIM, 8. 8. llyme.i, Mrs. Hymes.
Dr. P. II. IngaltB, Mrs, tngnlls, Mrs.
M, Jcnncss, Itev. D. J. Kennedy, II.
1.'. Kerr, Mrs. Kerr, 8. A. Keystone,
W. W. Klrklnnd. C. W. Kilt, Mrs.
Wm. Kri.se! P. M. Lewis, K. . Lid-
0. Mncklntnsh, Mrs. Mnckln-
Hdw. Madden, Dave Megowen,
Mist, Mrs. P. I). Park. Mis..
F. A. Perrott, Miss Mary Platter,
a. T, Pliimmer, Mrs. II. 0. Plummer,
Mrs. P. A. Potter, Miss Grace Put
nam. P. A. Richmond, Master Les
ter Roderick. Master Robert lloder-
Mrss Elta Sanilry, Win. Savldgo
j and Infant, Mrs, J. Schwartz, MIbs
Schwartr. M. E. Schayer. Mrs.
si.acr, Mrs N. L. ScOtt. Miss 8. J.
Simpson, Mrs. Mary Soares, Master
Alford Soares. Ernest V. Soares,
Master Fran, la Soares, MIm llermo
ula Eoares, Miss Rica Soares, Mrs. C.
Snrel.son, 8. K Sydes, Miss Hilda
Van Deerllu, Itev. F. A. Wilson.
Mrs. II, E. Zumalt, C. D. AIIIr5ght.
A SEVEN YEARS,' mystery! of tho
sen may bo Bolved through a mishap
to tho German steamship Pnllanra,
which struck n whale, at soo, nearly
cutting tho mammal In two and dis
closing a harpoon believed to hovn
lice.. UBod by tho llttlo whaler James
T. Duncan, which was lost In 1903.
Tho Duncan sailed from Halifax with
a crew of Beven men In tlo spring of
that year, nnd has not since been
C'1.1 tnlu Feu.lt of the Pallanza,
which has arrived at Philadelphia on
Aug, 19 from Hamburg, reports that
he ran Into tho whale on August 11th.
Tito crcuturo was firmly Impaled on
the prow of tho steamer and died af
ter n terrific struggle.. Members of
tho crew woro let down to chop away
Iho carenss. and tho sailors found tho
harpoon Imbedded In tho whale.
On tho end of tho harpoon was an
Iron band stamped "J. T. D., 1902."
Capfrtn Fcndt keeps a close record of
"wrecks, and ho came to the conclusion
that tho wlialo may havo been rcspoti
slblo for tho losa of tho Duncan.
"I think It Bufo to say that tho men
of tho Duncan drovo this weapon Into
the whalo, and, In tho strugglo whM,
followed, tho vessel was sunk by a
'blow from tho animal's tall," he Bald.
"You'd think so, too. If jou hid Been
that whalo die."
ARTICLES OF Incorporation or Iho
Dollar steamship company, formed to
tako over all tho Dolhir Bteamshlp
lines, were Hied with U10, county clork
yesterday. The consolidation Iibb not
ct been perfected, but, meetings of
slock holders or tlip different compa
nies ll.at will constitute lie. merge
nro to ho held today to authorize tho
transfer of proportlcs'to the now com.
pany, says the 8. F. Call.
Tho Dollar steamship company will
cmbrnco the following four corpora
tion' The Slnnley Dollar steamship com
pany, tho Stnnlcy company, tho Harold
steamship company, nnd Iho M. S. Dol
lar Bteamshlp company, Tho now cor
iwnllon Is capitalized ut jl.250,000 or
which $7,000 has hoen subscribed. Tho
directors nro! Robert "Dollar, Nathan
H. Fiank, Robert J, Tyson, Paul II,
Hordw-11, Ocorge Scott nnd M. J. Sav
nge. It Is probablo 'additional steam
ers will ho purchased l.y the com
pany Tho Collar ships inn to most
coast portB and to the orient.
THE UNITED STATES nrmy trn.
iwn Hjierman trom Manila by tin; Vay
" avpioinuer an.. 11.0 Bhornian Is
not bringing any regular military .
ganlzatlnns. Her llrst and second cIsbs
' parseugerN consist of casuals only,
Thero Is a number of Philippine 'ov
..ii... 1.1 i-uiiiuyct'B nu leave v ab
sence Tho Sherman will bu nUm u
.,uiii.i inn paici. in tiut cmyt through
ii,.. i.m,.i n,.M, ..J
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a,iiii iii,.,, .i ,,. .
Kramer, nf McUr.-ror, visited nur
-aiirliim while we wers uhsm ... ,n,..
llur lostur.Uy, uml un boo., ib..v win
do w hhuIu. I.lkadgr (III,) Democrat