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KVUNINd niJLLF.TIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. THURSDAY, SEPT. 1. 1010.
Oceanic Stated mid Third
Hanoltan Second Hfgr.
I.eahl I'linpter 'n. 2 Siecliil.
Aloha Temple Regular.
All Tliltlrfg members of the
Ordsr ara cordially tnvltsd to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' r;U
KNEW ASSHIATIOR. KmEE
f , HAEMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
K Meets every Monday evening at
." .7:30 lu I. O. O. P. Hall, Tort Streot
i. E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
J! f II. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
V 'All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IODOE, No. 1.-3J. of.-.P.
. .Meets every first and third Frt-
Uay evening at 7:30 In K.of P.: Hall,
corner Fort and Ileretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
. WM. JONES, C. C.
r -" O. F. HEINE. K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
Uays of each, month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. VSItinc brothers-cor-Ulally
Invited to attend., i. .""
A. L. EAKlN,9ache5u 'J
r E. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
,7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ileretanla and Port streets.
Visiting Eagles are lttTitnSceJaG:
I tend. - St-"!
, - ,. w. r. RiLEYr-wrrr-"
" ' WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 61$, B. P, 0. ?,
Jlonolulu Lodge No. 416, U-iEiO",
Elks, meets In their hall, on :KlttK
Street, near Fort, everjrFrMayevf
nlng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
"" OEO. T. KLUEQEL. Sec
WM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
k K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ileretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR. C. C
e. a. jacobson, k. n. a.
When letting their contracts
for painting, specify W. P.
Fuller & Co.'s '
It lasts longer, hat a more
Jjeautiful finish and it more
economical than paint hand
mixed by lotal painters.
r"T" Sold by J
Lowers & Cooke,
" 177 S. KING STREET
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 1170 Night Call 1014
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrlion
lis tissii mIM 'l U ""' JI'NH
(Continued from Face 1)
recommendation In Hie form of a res
olution. The protest of the insurgents was
submitted tci the committee In the
To tho Comity Committee, of the Re
publican Party, City and County
Gentlemen The undersigned, a
members of tlio third Precinct Club,
Fourth DIM I let. and of the Commit
tee supporting the ticket headed by
Alfred I). Cooper, for election as dele
gates to the Territorial and County
conventions, lespectfully present the
following matters for your consldero
First: Wo have requested, and cer
tain ot our candidates liavo requested
the Executive Committee of tho Third
Precinct Club to take steps to se
cure til" use of the official wiling
booth now standing on the corner of
Wilder Avenue and Puliation street,
fur the holding of the coming election
for delegates. Tlio Executive Com
mittee have not as yet made any re
ply to this request, and we are in
formed that they have decided to hold
tho election in a Chlneso store on
Ileretanla street, close to the hous
In which Uirtln Andrews nnd E. Hurt
andean reside and, where they have
their lHilltlcal hcadcpiartert. In our pre
cinct. The regular voting booth U avail
able for nse for our election; It Ik
more centrally located In tho precinct;
and Is provided with all necessary
equipment for the purpose, Including
properly constructed and guarded vol
t.'ng booths or stalls. Its mo will
tend to n clean campaign and proceed
ings on election drr.
Wo therefore hereby appeal to your
Body from tho decision of the Execu
ilvcrdpmmHteb of the Third Precinct
naming The Chinese quarters as the
voting place; and wo ask for your
ruling In favor of use of the oillclal
Second: -We. and some or our can
dldates, have requested the Execu
live Committee of the Third Precinct
tcpermll Mr. V. E. Steero, on our
behalf, to bo allow&l an opportunity
to Beo tho proof of the official bal
lots", before the. same or sent to press,
In order that we hiay be advised of
the names thereon and of their ar
rangement. This request has been
refused by tho Executive Committee
Believing this ruling to be unjusti
fied and not In accord with clean poli
tics and Intentions, wo hereby appeal
to your Body for n review of this mat-I5ond.-Jor:your
direction that we
henlhmejUtcesee.the proof of the ofll-
claTballots, VJcforo going to press, as
they aro to be printed. fc
ISgd.y F. E. STEEIIE,
- ' - s - "J J. WARREN,
" r: . - - J3C. J). COOPER.
u- ' ' (' C. RHODES.
"" H. I)B FREEST,
II. VON DAMM.
(Continued from Pace 7.)
Iho general tenor of his remarks was
the other way.
Ka-ne, who gained famo when he
made tho motion to let the executive
committee frame tho slate and
Klcmtne, who is now solid with Cohen
because he was clever enough to sec
ond, figured largely as principals in
the events of the night of the noml
Llllkalanl explained that tho execu
ttve committee had been instructed
to frame the slate, tho committee re
lating tho slate ul two minutes to
eight and that the meeting was ad
journed even before the "tumult" that
Cohen referred to had time to start.
It apixjared from the gist of the
testimony last night hal thero "were
three slates on tho tablo" that they
remained on the tablo mid never dis
played nny signs of life, Cohen Btate-mt-nt
to tho contrary not being sup
ported by his twenty-nine "protest
ors." Thero was no opposition to the ac
tion until Cohen hud discovered that
a few of his opponents woro on the
executive commttteo, where they had
been for a couple of weeks.
When It came to a vote on the pro
tests, Nakllu moved that It bo sus
tained Cohen wiling far the inotlou
nnd Reiser. Fernandez nnd O'Neill
ugulnst It- Crawford and Crabbo sec
irtnry mid chairman did not have a
vote t'Xccpt lu tho evdit of a tie. Tho
vr.to threw out the motion.
Chairman Crubbo stutetl, however,
llir.1 ho would vote against the pro
test because tho minutes of the pre
cinct showed that no objection hud
been made l' tho anion of the uxecti-
After this Jolt (Mlieii slated Ihut
for th sake of harmony" he would
withdraw ir tho wrutlvu comnillli'u
of the pit'i'lnrl would nlhiw H' ''r
candidate derided liol III iioiiiluiillun
In ku upon Hi" hull"!
inn liny mi ii.c.iiil ihfcy wi" mil
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Bulle
tin for a nickel is twice as large
as the tablet usually sold for this
Autos, U per hour. Lewis Stables.
Bethel Street Hack Stand . Phone
Try n case of I'liieclar. It Is pur9.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Best nt The Encore,
The Anchor Saloon Is now a curio
museum worth seeing. Don't forget.
Listen! For a neat hack, ring up
Phone IBIS nnd ask for Frank Baker,
Union street. '
If you want ft good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
Jerry Rooney Is now at the Auto
Livery Co. with his Packard car,
No, 270. Hotel nd Union streets;
Caroline Knhala has been granted
a divorce trom her husband, the
grounds being desertion and non-support.
For distilled water. Hire's Root
Beer and all other popular drinks.
lUng up Phone 2171. Consolidated
Anderson Gruco Is snld to be In ac
tive training for Regnlta Day; he Is
Issuing n challenge to Hilly Wood for
n two-mile rnce.
Commencing Sunday, August 28,
the Bulletin's phone numbers
will be: Business office, 22SG; edi
torial rooms. 2185.
The lierfectlon r.f (linger Ale Is
fountl In Cascade dinger Ale for sale
In pints nnd half tints by tho Foun
tain Soda Works. Telephone 2270.
The local Bar Association held n
meeting yesterday for tho purpose of
considering the professional ethics ns
prepared by the Ntw York Bar Asso
ciation. J. Hopkins got loaded to his teeth
last night and this morning faced
Judge Andrade on n charge of being
too drunk to speak. It tost "llo:p"
$5 to get clear from Court.
Letters and Cooke hae bought fiom
Trent TrUBt Company certain lulid on
Maunakea Btreet formerly owned by
Elizabeth It. Robson, lor which the
sum of 12850 was puld.
Because his wife treated him with
extreme cruelty Charles Pooloa was
today granted a divorce und given the
custody of the three children, the old
est of whom Is but six yearn of uge.
C. F. Rhlnehurt bus filed u libel for
divorce ugainst bis wife Merle, to
whom he was married In Indianapolis
July 25, 1903. The libel alleges de
sertion for more than three years.
Up till nuan today 583 uutomoblles
had been registered at the Police
Court; there are mo.ro to come, nnd
beforo the end of the year It Is ex
pected that tho six hundred maik
will be passed.
Leo Chew uskB that a date bo set
for arguing the demurrer In the case
of himself versus King Market Com
pany, suit being brought to compel
the company to Issue new stock for
some old siock neiu uy piaintlir.
David Kahalewul was uwurded six
months' free board und lodging at
Asch's hotel this morning by Jui'git
Andrade. David had assaulted u
friend und, consequently, will lmv to
give u hand at keeping down tho
gruss at the purks for u while.
In tho Police Court this morning
Annie N'upahueluu, who wus churged
with selling liquor without a license,
wus lound not guilty uud discharged
from custody. The evidence wus not
conclusive enough for the Judge, und
the defendunt got the benellt of ihi
Assistant Hack Inspector Tripp met
with an accident out ut Wnlklkl oil
Tuesday which resulted In his sus
taining a cut chin and burked knees.
Tripp was riding along on his bicy
cle when bis lump fell between the
forks. Then the hike stopped sud
denly, but Tripp went on und bit the
dust; he Is recovered but shows the
TOMORROW afternoon tho steam
er Claudlue will sail for Lahulnu,
Kahului and Jlaun ports, on Maul,
ui.u ..uupuiiue oe una lino on lia-
wuii. Due win nave a iiiii mi oi.
passengers. u. is. hllj, who lias
been appointed supervising principal
for the Ilolualoa school, Konu. ac-
compuuled by Mrs. King, will be!
among the outgoing passengers,
THIS AFTKRNOON nt C o'clock
the steamer W. O. Hall will sail
for her regular ports of call on Ka.
ual. Her passenger list Is rather
small, but she will curry u large
amount of freight.
TIIK FRENCH bark Oonurul l)
Bolsduffre arrived nt Seattle Aug.
23, In tow of the Wullulu. She Is
from Newcastle, N. H. W., leaving
there on June 24th.
T4 tTfTTtf4 Ht
of it with Iho exception of Kakalla
who was not present but whose iiuiiiu
wus H commended to liu put on I ho
Upon the conclusion of Iho meet
ing Cohen wus lieuid to rttumik that
"pinnies are cht-up" Iho liilliiMlhui
being thut liu would ho ublu to get
oiim without illitlculiy. liu will Hud,
howsvur, mi ronmililiiH llo niliw Unit
hu will liuvn In HlPl ho li ileji'giilu In
Urn rouvi'iillmi liifniu holding u pioiy
-siiuii'llllllK Hint N iu ll lint he,
Our New Phone Number Will Be
City Transfer Co.
CASE IS GIVEN
(Continued from Pane 1)
Limited, ns tho assignee of her life
By the snld Francis Hyde II
Brown, a minor, one of the said de
fendants, by A. O. M. Robertson,
hla cilnr.lliili ml lllelll. "a olie-thlnl
share or InleTeht In said fi'iid. sub-
Ject to the life Interest therein or(
the said Irene II llollowny. or the
said John II Kstnte Limited, ns the
assignee of her life Interest."
For convenience, wherever Ufed In
this decision, tho word Estate shall
mean John II Estate Limited; the
word Irene. Irene II Brown or Irene j
II llollowny, as the case may be;
the word (leorge, (leorge II Brown; (
the word' Francis, Francis Hvde 1
Brown, nnd the word Children, the,
Biirvlvlug children of ('. A. Brown
nnd Irene II Brown, being the said
(leorge and Frairls.
It appears that on April 7. 1 89 1,
after the marriage of the Bald Irene,
with the said C. A. Brown, und the
birth of her three children, two or
whom are now surviving In the per-
sons of George nnd Frnncls, A. F.
Judd, one of the executors cf the
. . ... . ..... .i .i i .1.-1
last Will OI .IOIII1 11, ut-i-i-uEU. mo i
father of-the said Irene, nnd one ot(
her guardians, after being discharg
ed ns such guardian, brought a bill.
In equity before a circuit Judiro of
the First Circuit, for himself nnu
as tiext'frlend of the snld Irene nnd
her cold surviving "children, .ngnlnst
the said C. A. Brown; nnd that there
after, on August iu oi mo mr;
an amended bill was BUiisiiiuieuiSu,t MlM) iimei.hiu,, juss Meyer.
therefor, with the same parties as M,g j.. giltton nj MrB Bruce,
plaintiffs nnd defendant, except that ..Any of lno x mel,tloned players
Sanford 11. Dole, administrator wlthjrcuj go Kaiit aIlJ W ,1(, cliainploti
the will annexed and guardian, was B,1)( ,:,(i Uerby to C. O. llockua
Joined therein as nn additional flarty of thg ttJ.
plaintiff, Such amended Mil nl-( Tll0 tournament In which Mrs.
leged. among other things, nn omls- Coll,er tg l0 1))uj. aturts tomorrow
slon In the copy of the will furnish- anu- w contnue till September 1U,
ed by tho court to the said A. F. inclusive. The winner of the wo-
Judd, whereby the said executors una
.guardians not being fully advised of
the true nature and Intent of the
said will, procured their dlschargo
as guardians of the snld Irene upon
her marriage; but that, upon becom
ing acquainted1 with tho complete
will, believed that they were there,
by constituted not only executors ot
the will and guardians ot tho said
Irene, butalso trustees with the
right to the -control of her estate dur
ing her life; and that under nnd by
Eiild will provision was mnda for the
children of said Irene nnd also for
the suport of said Irene, and It was
ImiKjrtiint to obtain a construction
of such provisions and the relative
rights under said will of such minor
children und the said Irene mid tho
said C. A. Brown In nnd to the said
estate, and to tho Income thereof,
uud the duties of the snld trustees
to the several bcnellclarles aforesaid
under said will, nnd prayed, among
other things, "that the terms und
provisions' of snld will und the du
ties and obligations Imposed upon
the said A. F. Judd and S. n. Dolo ns
aforesaid be defined und deter
mined." After proceedings before Judge
Cooper, a circuit Judge of such cir
cuit, who resigned his office before
reaching a decision, the matter came
up before Judge Perry of the same
circuit, who, on the lUth day of
April, 1900, reserved certnln ques
tions of law to the Supreme Court,
1. Wus a trubt created In the
properly devised to Irene II by tin
wl), of ,, ,,,. J(),1M ?
2 f such a trust was treatel, Is
H,e trH)t ,, , forc)J( ,r8nH ,mv,lltf
, K. ..,i..rltv nn.l had
,,, ()f' ,,, marrlllK0, which Issue
3. If such a trust still exists. Is
thu Intel est of Irene II Brown under
the same ubsoliitu or for life only?
4. If such u trust still exists, is
It such a trust thut thu court will
upon the proper motion order an Im
mediate conveyance of the property
to Irene II lliown?
!i, Has Irene II Brown a fee mm
pie title in said property, or U her
estutu one for life only?
6. Wus nn estate In perpetuity
created by suld will, ami If o wa-i
Its effect to vest thu estate hIimi
lutely In Ireno 11 Brown?
7. If there uru any reinalndJ-( In
tuld property, are, they vested or con
tingent and lu whut person?
8. Whut legal uud equitable cu
ttles liuvn the Miveiul pintles plain
till uud defendant under the will ol
John II uud th ilrniiintaires shuwu
hy Him nle.idlng und evidence?
The Kupieuiu (.'unit, mi III" Hh day
u( Mil), UU7, rilled thut lU llrst
yijeslliin sliiiiild he minwurml In II.h fwr...,,Vr H,,. ,,,,, , uu
milnmiTlyii) llml u in (liojmii'l'ih, Bulletin tiffin,
(Jas. II, Love)
question, tho tni'tf became extinct
upon the marriage nnd majority of
the devlceo Irene, and Hint as to tho
fifth c ii est Ion the devisee Irene had
an estate In fee simple In the prop
erty devised to her by her fnther's
will. It was tansldered by thccou.t
that it wa-i unnecessary to deride
the other cuestlons. In view i' the
rulings already made. No fill the"
proceedings appear to hnve been
taken. The case was not remanded
to the Circuit Court mid no decree
was entered In either court. This
case will be hereafter referred to ns
the first case.
On the 27th of January, 1903, a
bill In equity to declare and execute
a trust was filed In tho same Circuit
Court by the Bald A. F. Judd. ns
next friend of Clcorge and Francis,
minors, against C, A. llrown, jonn
A. Mngoon and Irene; which will,
after narrating the history of the
proceedings renting to the estate ot
the said John II, deceased, alleged
thut the snld will directed that If
the said Irene should die, having
borne children, Hie Bald properly
should descend to her children, but
Hint she should be tho first heir,
meaning and Intending thereby that
during her life she should haye the
use and benefit of the said property.
ami that her children, by virtue of
said will, nro "the absolute owners
In fee" of the same, subject only to
(Continued on Page 3)
(Continued from Paie 1)
, g,l(e tournament will play
Miss Florence Sutton, tho present
holder cf the championship.
Three champions will meet in the
women's singles, and they aro Miss
Hazel Hutchklss, Mrs. (leorge Coul
ter nnd Miss Oolda Meyer. The first-
named Is the United States cham
plou, the second claims the Hawai
ian championship, and Miss Meyer Is
the champion of Sun Francisco.
Besides the women's championship
matches, thero are many other com
petitions, nnd the Pacific States
TJiamplonshlp will be played off. The
ylnner will have to meet fleorge J.
Janes, who holds the present chain
Miss Hazel Hotchklss and Miss
Qoldn Meyer hold tho women's dou
bles championship; Midi Hotchfilss
and Dr. Sumner Hardy are the mixed
doubles champions; Charles Rogers
Is Junior champion, and ho nnd Clif
ton Held hold the Junior doubles
Within n day or two Honolulu ten
nis lovers will know how their chain
plon lady player has fared against
the crack pluyeis of California, and
her rank as u tenuis player will bo
IN REGAHA DAY
(Continued from Pace 1.)
the present will carry, but Paul Is
Btirely get some token of esteem from
his clubmates on his wedding day.
There Is some talk of a shell race
for September 17, und such an ovent
would surely be Interesting. The
Ilealunls would put up Alex. May,
Bill Cameron, C. Brown uud It.
Thompson; the latter pulled In the
freshman crew ut Harvard two years
ago. The Myrtles would piobnhly
bo represented by L, King, 0. Ilech-
ert, A. Myhre und (leoigo Ciozler.
It Is to be hoped thut the shell race
be put on the program, us many peo
ple would llku to sou the event, und
the more contests there u"e the bet
ter the day's sport will he.
Next Monday, September 0, being
Labor Day, (hit llller-lnlaud Hluiiiu
Navigation C'ompuny rviiuest that all
fiejghl intended for shipment by I he
slrumuis Muiiii.i Ken und Maun.i l.ou,
which sail on Tuesday, Heplemliur li,
ho shipped (hi Huliiiilu)', Hepli'iiiher 3
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAGE EIQHT,
(Continued from Pare H
At 2 o'clock this afternoon Choy
Young Jo was standing outside a
store on River street when the
would-be assassin approached and,
without nny warning, drew a sharp-
ened po.'ket knife nnd plunged It
Into his victim's body. Not content
with stabbing Choy, his assailant
dragged tho knife crosways through
his victim's stomnch and almost dls-
emboweled him. I
Then the wounded man staggered
along the street, with his would-b!
murderer following him up. A Por -
tuguese ,outh named Phillip Freltns
saw bloJd running froin the wound
and. nsslsed by John Wise at once
grabbed the man who did the stab-
bliig, The police were then sum-'
inoned nnd the patrol wagon wcnt
down lu a hurry. The wounded man
was taken to the Queen's Hospital
ami uie omer man to the ponce stn.
tlou. On being asked why he
stabbed the man, Lei Sung In re
plied: "No pllikln, calabash alright."
The wounded man Is being oper
.... .. ... .. .i
ated on, hut there
la not much
chaure of his life being saved.
Per S. S. Wllhelmlnn, Johnson, for
San Francisco, Sept, 14. Xlr. and
Mrs. K. li. Cndwell and child, II. II.
Simpson, C. S. Davis, A. Dlom, L. II.
Dee, Vincent Oenoves, Mrs. Cling. It.
Flazier nnd child, Arthur Oilman,
Walter Doyle, T. C. While, Dr. B.
R. Marshall, II. W. Pogue, Mr, and
Mrs. Harry White, A. 8chiin-k, W.
P. Keliey, Miss Kdna Henry, Mrs. J.
F.trnsworth, Mr. and Mrs. L. K.
Dreyfus, Mrs. O. F. Boreman and
child, Misses White (2), Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. Hill nnd child, Mrs. A.
W. Adams, Mrs. K. Olmsted, II. W.
Knight, Dr. (leo. H. Muddy, Mr. nnd
Mrs. II. 11. Penhallow, I, L. Clark,
Win. Lldgate, Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
Hayselden. Mrs. J. S. B. Pratt and
two children, Ernest Ony, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Gay, Mr. and Mrs, J-
F. Baldwin and son, Miss V, Ather-
ton, Herman von Holt, Miss Mary
von Holt, Mrs. T. K. Beard, Mrs. A.
E. Beard. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dil
lingham, Mr. and Mrs. Fennlmore,
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Holmes, Miss P,
II. Roberts, Mrs. J. B. Roberts. Mrs.
J. A. Oilman, S, M. Damon, Mr, and
Mrs, L. A. Thurston.
ANOTHER steamship rate war may
result from the decision of the North
Pacific Steamship Company to enter
the field between I-os Angeles und San
Diego. Beginning shortly thut com
pany will send Its steamers to tho
southern port, giving through Bervlce
from Portland to San Diego. Prac
tically through servlca from the north
to Mexico will be another result. The
North Pacific Company, while enter
ing the Held for passenger busluess us
well us freight, Is utter the latter
principally In making Its new exten
sion of service. Tho Bteuiushlps Rou
nake and Elder will be pluced on the
San Diego run.
THE INTCR-ISLAND steamer LI-
kollke, which was scheduled to leave
yesterday afternoon for Molokal, fi
nally got away this morning at 10
o'clock. She took a full load of gen
eral cargo for the settlement. J.
D, McVeagh, the superintendent
there, was the only cabin passenger
who departed on her.
EARLY tomorrow morning the
Konu-Kuu liner Mauua Loa will art
rive with passengers and geueral
cargo. She will bring oranges, ba
nanas, niva root, potatoes and pine
apples from Koua, where they are
grown plentifully. 'She sails again
next Tuosday at noon.
THE BRITISH steamer 8plthead is
due at Vuncouver with C.uOO bins of
sugur for the coast refinery. She has
recently been ttxed for Atistrjllu by
Wuterhouuu & Company and will load
l.tJOOjOOO feet of her cargo nt Van
couver, before proceeding to Tucnmu
ANNOUNCEMENT has boon mude
of the recent grain charter
of the British ship Uleuholm by the
Northwest Wurchouuo Company to
)oud wheut ut Portland for Kuiopo,
Shu Is now en route, from Antwerp to
Sun Francisco with geuerul cargo
IN FOREIQN PORT
Thursday, Sept, 1,
HAI.INA CltUZ Arrived Aug. 30: 8.
H, VliHlnlau, from Hllo, Aug. 10.
HAN DIKIIO-Ai lived Kept, li Stic.
Alden lleosu, licncu Aug- 8.
Heimtur Wuriier hus announced t liut
lie W net out of puhllu life US sisill
us uissiu. u rulnnes in ai'eepi any
nomination wliuluvur. Ills liimUli
Wednesday, Aug. 31.
A.-II. S, 8. Mlssourlan, for Kahului,
C, p. in,
Thursday, Sept. 1.
S. S. Llkellkc, for Molokal ports, 10
Per stmr. Llkellkc, Pedersen, for
Molokal, Sept. I. J, D. McVeigh,
passengers booKid I
Per stmr. Clntidlnc, Bennett, for
Maul ports nnd Hllo, Sept, 2.'-V. 8.
Smith, II, A. Walton, Miss De Lima',
Mrs. C. 8. Turner, Mary Asom, Miss
M. Loy, Miss It. Loy, James S. Achong,
9o1- Akau, Luis L. Joseph, Miss Alice
Cooper, Mrs. Eunice Hon Vong, M, .1,
Mla"fa. w'fe and child, Master N. M.
e,,ogen' Ml" "'"'""V Mr"' Maf,
.?."n' "" AdlevCn,rloJ,'1 Mr
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,ro ond chl,d c K R d ,f
Wah Chongi Mgg , Mgg Ke.
np,a( g, arnce
.,r' Bimr, w'. O. Hall, Sacks, for
Kauai, Sept. 1. J. 11. Moragne, wife
nnd child. Father Blvvn. 8. A. Ky.
stone, W. F. Martin.
LOCAL MiTICK TO MAIIIXKIIS.
Hawaiian Islands Maul Island,
N'ly. side Kahului Harbor Kahului
Breakwater Light. On or about Sep
tember in, 1910, this light will he
changed from fixed white to fixed red,
without other change In the char
acteristics. Bearings: Church In Kahului
17314 deg. true (S. by E. 7-10 E.
mag.); Kahului Front Range Light,
185 deg. true (S. 7-16 E. mag.);
church on Walluku Road, Wly. shore
of bay, 286 deg. true (W. N. mag.).
By order of the Light-House Bu
reau. V. S. HOUSTON,
Lleut.-Commander, U. S. N., Inspect
or of the 19th Light-House District.
mt m -
ALTHOUail the sale of the British
steamer Georgia, formerly of the Co-nadu-MexIcan
line to AndrVv Weir
hns been reported, no advlce.i to that
effect have as yet been received hy
her ugents at Vancouver.
To buy a large outrigger canoe. Ap.
ply Sergt. Dahei, Fort De Russy,
Strayed from pasture 'on Wilder afe-
nue, a Jersey bull branded with
"It" on leg. Finder return to
144fi Keeaumoku St.; phone 234(1.
An ideal shoe for
street or dress wear.
Made of Black Crave
nette cloth; toft and
pliable on the (oot and
easy to clean. A rich
We show them in
Pumpa at $4 and in
Button Booti at ?5.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1091 F0HT ST,
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