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fj g" 31 ' EVENtNO nOLLBTIN, IIONOMJMJ, T. It.. TUESDAY, SEPT. (1, 1010.
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Honolulu Chapter llol
Oceanic Third Degree.
Honolulu Comiiiini'li-') -Regular-
.". p. in. ,,
FRIDAYS ..' y
lei Alolin Chapter n. " -Itegulur.
All visiting members ot tn
Order are cordially Invited to
attend mtlngi of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
lliniuc cueiute memuers oi
KHEFICIAL AWCIATIOK. Alll
HARMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet ry Monday evening at
7:30 l:i 0. F. Hall, Fort Street
i1 HENDRY, Secretary.
f i e. McCOY, Noblo Qratid.
'All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P,
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at, 7:30 In K. ot 1'. Hall,
corner Fort, una Dcretntila. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited lo attend
V'SI, JONES. C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1,1.-0. E.M
Meets every 'first and third Thtirs-
'days of each month nt Knight? pt
Pythias Hall, Vlnttlng brothers ibf-
dially Invited to attend.
. A. L. EAK1N, Sachem.
' E. V. TODD, C. ot II.
,, HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E
hL - -
" $" Meets on' tho '2nd and 4th WED
8TiNKStAY evenings of each niontli-at
h 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
P ' lW'tita and Fort atreeta.
1.' . '"Vuiitns Eagles aro Invited to at-
, , : W. R. R1LI3Y. W. I. -.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec. -J
HONOLULU LODGE, 010, B. P. 0. E,
1 Honolulu Lodgo No. file, II. P. 0,
Eiks meets In tholr hall, on King
sirt r.pir Tort, every FrMay eve
.nine. vim lug Brothers aro cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, K. II
GEO. T. KLUEGBL, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
''- K. of P.
' Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
avenlnc at 7:30 o'clock In K. of v.
Hall,. cor. Fort and noretuula. .Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
K. A. JACORSON. K. R. S.
When lettinp; their contracts
for paintinp. specify W, P.
Fuller & Co.'t
It lasts longer, lias a more
beautiful finish and is more
economical than paint hand
mixed by local painters.
Lowers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET
M. E. Silva,
.UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Jfromnt and 'onto Attention
CHAPLAIN LAME, OPPOSITE
'Phone 1170 1'ijrht Call 1014
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
-Honolulu Urmich of tint licrrliui.
Us hii Mllsd mid i. lt e ii M,
H (in) 1)1MK()UNT uu Jl'LV l
USES CM KNIFE
(Continued Irom Pace 1)
mill till' pa... JlMlinll ii.o I ho po
Hi" tititnmiihllc mill I, .nil down lu
the noiic ot the uiiif,' luilil up.
I'pOII Ill'lUill lit till' liOlll-C WilCIQ
ilio iniuliniiti held tli i oo of Ills cou'n
tr.wuen In fear of tticli' lives. Mc
DuMlc nt mi o JiuiiiH'.l to ilio door
ami crloil out tu the men Inside to
open It. The only icply was that
If the iliKir wore itji'iinn tho maniac
would at once cut t he cbronts of his
prisoner. Then tho chief was up,ror nswiull anil battery.
against P.. Mid ho hesitated about
what to do. He hud no wish to start
ilio thriint lilting Imslni-wi liy
lug oicii the door, and for a while
he thought of courting for the lira
dcpailmciit mid having n stienbl ot
water played on the m.idniiin.
Soon Dopuli Itufo appealed mi Hie
scene, ami then It was (Iclerntllird to
break upon I ho dinir mill tako a
chance of gelling the lunatic hefuio
he had time to silt the throats of
M.-lliiflle '.nuk a run at tho door
and went, through It like paper. I'pun
l.'xhlns Into the mom lie heard a
e'l of leiMir, alid lie was Just InilU'or and all other noiiular drinks
ilmo t Kive a (bird slice of Low
.. . .
i now s llesn iieing removed. I lion
the niadmaii turned nil Mi'Dlllllo. and
while slashing l tlio chief with the
cane l.lilfo, btlll uiatiaged to make
three gashes In his own thro.il. Mc
Dutllc tl'cu grabbed ll Iron bar and
with two well illrected blows knock
ed the t'liltinniaii down, end In n
MV-niid had him pinned to the tlonr.
Other ollleers fell upon the cr.'txy
man, mid In a mlmitrt he wai tied
tl p securely mid packed oIT tu tho
hospital. The man, even utter be
ing tied up. struggled a lot and gavn
the oniccrs a tough time of It. When
he nrrlvcd at the hospital he was
at once admitted fin- treatment, and
It In thought tbnt; alhough he lost a
deal of.hlood, lie will re over.
Com Tung only arrived froni'Wal
"alua last night, and ho at once, went
to his brother's hoarding house. It
was soon seen that tho man was act
ing In a peculiar' manner,- and ten
other Chinese woro told oft to watch
111 in during the night. It was In
tended to place him In care of some
body today, us his benefit society bad
made, arrangements for bis comfort.
At 3 o'clock this morning Com Tung
drove seven or his guards out of
tho room, and then took charge of
Two .(if: the Chinese guards owe
their llviw to the f.ict that they
played ."possum" and pretended tube
(joad. yrbei islret bed out on tho
floor, and for hcvarul hours did not
daro to 'niovfc .
All tho police ollleers who went
to the house appear to have had a
rough time, mid they all attribute It
to the fact that the basement In which
the trouble took place was so small,
and the (oiling so low. that they got
mixed up In the nifli that took
place when the Until nltack on the
madman was made.
Sheriff .larreit rein-nod this morn
ing from Walalua. where be has spent
tho last couplo of days.
Adrian, (la. "I suffercil untold
misery from n fomalo weakness and
disease, nnd 1 could not stand mora
than n minute nta
time. Jly doctor
said nti operation
wan tho only
elinncn I bad, nud
as much ns death.
One day I was
reading how other
women had liccu
cured by Lydla 1J.
and decided to try
t lll'IOre l II11U UIKUU lino uiiiuu i. I ,,-.,..., lln,i i,-i,. IVmarlliionl mil.
was hotter, nnd now I nm completely Dei,irtiiu.ut and I tin Depart unit mu-CiireiL"-I,KN-A
V. IlENItY, ItoutoKo. ''hill's It has been suggested that the
3, Adrian, Oa. electric iiiitotiiohlles Unit nm around
Why will woman take chances with I town, be Instructed to ruiuovo tho
,n oporatlon or drag out a sickly, t icil they havo bo that no confusion
btlMieartPd existence, missing three- '
fuurthsof tho Joy of living, when they ""' """
can find hoaltli In Lydla K.rinkham's I Many Konims wcro lu court Ibis
Writable. CouiNMtuiiy morning In tho ciibo of bubu-.ts cor-
Fur thirty years It has lieen tho i pus pmceedliigs lu tho mattui' of u
standard roincdy for feiiwlo Ills, nnd ; n.un ,a,y tlililt-csi niimths old. Tho
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tiiivn lieon triillblod with Hlicll Ilil.
llicilioil uiiMimiii.in i'"' ""Velilld win clviill III other lllirtlCH III
mints nsjllnnlaceuiuiits, liiilatmnatloii,
uli'srn'.iiru, tibrold tumors, Irrcgularl
lies, pnrlodlu pains, hackacho, indlgcs
tlnti, and nervous prinitnitlon.
It you lutvo Ilio sllulitiMt diiiilit
Hint Lvtllu I!. IMiilijiitiii'M Vi'Ko.
tlllllll 0lllIOIIIIl Mill linlp Jllll,
lll-ltlt tll.tll'H. I'llll.'lllllll lit I.) till.
Mini., for iiilvlu", Vdtir. lullur
Mill lit) inisiiitii'iy cuitiiiiuimuii
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Bulle
tin for a nickel is twice ns large
as the tablet usually sold for this
Autos. II ncr hour. Lewis Stables,
Hellicl Street Hack Stand Phono
it goos without laying that every
thing la Ileal at Tho Kncorc,
Tho Anchor Salojn Is now n curio
museum worth seeing. Don't target. '
Listen! Tor a ncm hack, ring up
Phono isn and nnk, for Frank llakcr,
Charles Mann g-it flni'il tin and
costs at the pollrt' rnitrt this morning
W. L. Sutton. puty Attorney (toil
rra1' wll '''' away lo Ilio Stall's oil
burst-,l,,"lnc,H, '""'"" """U.
Tl... 1.-....W., ..I... i I.
The Kiiic.m who was stabbed by IiIm
cotmtrVitiali Is xtlil alive, itilil ti'i:iH
to hine a eliiiiiee for Ills Ilio,
If you want a ituoil Job done on an
auto or currbgo take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg Co.. 427 tjnern St.
Dr. Frank SiMtililei' was an arrival
this morning from Ilio Klatoi. lie was
greeted at the whaif by lilt filonds.
Then were si'vl'lllecil nlsps on the
police Colli faU'll l;i- this IIKirlllllg
sitld of thofe seven were lioosi1 flillttlna
For distilled water. Illto's Root
Ring up I'llOllo 2171. ('OIIKollilaled
'ra.l. tl. I...
Ptrhy I llol'iie, I'liMliktit of Ka
mehaniclia. who wclit In the Stales to
get a few unco teielie.s for the so'io.)!s
The Jury In Hie Federal Four: wu
ill'charged this Morning until next
Monday, when II will report again lo
Commencing Sunday, August 28,
the Bulletin's phone numbers
will be: Uun.ncss ofnee, 2256; edi
torial rooms, 2183.
George Kalolkllll who dlHtiirbed the
(inlet of the nlulit. had to dig up $1
for his fun: Judge Andrado fixed
(Irorge for his noisy act.
Cleik Thompson of Supreme Court
s bick from bis two weeks' vacation
und has relieved John Mnicalllno who
took his work while away,
(icoigo Frledi'iiburg who was found
guilty by Judge Andrado of having,
assaulted his wife, was sent to prison
for ninety days this morning.
With their perfect equipment tho
Honolulu Construction & Druylng Co.
la prepared to handle all classes of
druylng from ono light box, to n load
reaulrlng u trncilon engine.
Mr. und Mrs. Chas. Mnoro were
anions the ii'lurnlng jiarseitgers this
morning from tho Slates. They visit
ed almost all the principal cities In
Mrs. John JCnl, wife, of Comity Clerk
Kal of Hawaii will bo among tho out
going piiBscngcrs on tho Wllhclmlnn,
which sails for Illlo tomorrow after
noon nt 5 o'clock.
IV V. Hitchcock, the popular Ha
waii's artist eniiio back this morning
from the mainland. Whllo Shore, ho
visited all tho largo art galleries In
the principal cities.
Pacific Rebekah Lodgo, No. 1, I. O.
O. F., will give u shirt waist dance on
the roof garden, Odd Fellows' Ilillld-
lug, Thursday evening, Sept. 8th, be
ginning at 8:30 Admission 25c.
A,moug the knmniilnas who came
back today fiom tho States were
Judge and Mrs. W. L. Whltnoy, -Ins.
L. Holt, ex collector, nnd Mr. von
Tcnipsk. the well known rancher of
Marine W. II. Singleton and Phoney
Davis both pleaded guilty to the
charges against them for violation of
the Edmund's Act Ibis morning lu
Federal Court. They will bo sen
P L. Home, president of Kiinicha
meha Schools returned on tho Wllhel
iiilua today from tho Coast. Presi
dent Homo has been upending n vaca
tion traveling through tho Southern
part of California.
been inndo by Assocluto Justlco Per
ry John L. Kniiliikou reaiiHilnt,'d dis
trict magistrate for North Kona, Ha-
wall: IMward C. Rtiblnson iippoliitol
district magistrate for l.nhiiliia. Maul,
In place of Edward 11. Rogers, do
C II. Yong, tho Korean who was as
saultcd nt tho Miller street meeting
bus, through bis attorney J. Llghtfoot
swoin lo fivo scjiarntu cnmplalutH
ngiiliiBt , his nssallsnts. Tho com
plaints vfio sworn to hcfiiro Judgo
Itoblnsoii, mill not nt tho pollen court
as Is Ilio usual practlco.
Dr. Mnckiill County Physician, hns
bad mi electric hell iittHChod to his
i mil,,, nnhlle o,l In ruliire bo will lilivo
(, -ini'ii ,,. W11V .,, Ilu it,.. I'oilco
I'-'- ..n... .,,, .-.... ....
the iik of two walks by Its luothor
nud the hubo.'iB carpus priiicodliiKh
grow out of tho notion of tho part or
llione fiiBii'i' paroulB to, legally udupl
OlllelulH of Hoilinr, Colo, dixlure
llml buulth-se'lttfl'S urt- IlllHel) l
piusitiie tor i ii ii iiihii suu'tiiv iv.'uni
'In llml m
Our Now Phono Number Will Re
City Transfer Co.
MANY ARRIVE QNBISHOP TRUST
(Continued from Pa;c 11
The ilitlletin contest winners
wlto returned loda me Miss- Emma
Alumni, a well-known school tcache. largest amounts being Invested In
or Illlo, nud Miss A. Pangcltnnn. Hawaiian :orpornttons.
Mrs, C, Moore, who alto enjoyed a' Investments were made In Callfor
trlp In California, returned this n,'a (ins mid Electric Company, In
morning, highly pleased with her Hiiunkan Sugar Company for 112.
vlslt on the mainland. 3D, Los Angeles nnd Pacific Railroad
J. P. Cooke, vlee-prrsldeiit of Al- Company, Mutual Telephone Com.
cwindor ft llaldwin, accompanied by ,any for' 32,000. Oahit Railroad and
his family, lelurned today, after Land Company, Pacific Tclephono
spending u few weeks on tho main- mid Telegraph Company, and W'nla
In lid. Mr. t'ooko was Informed of u;l Agricultural Company for $10,
Andrews' downhill In his own pre-' 025.
clnct In Malum. Donations curing the year Inclttd-
Pieslitont Perley L. Homo of the ed $25,000 to lllshop Museum. Flvo
Kiimchnmchn Schools, who, It Is said,1
went away to the Slates to bring a
fey more tcaeheis for Kaniebameha,
returned on the good ship Wllhel-
nilna. Mr. oti Tenipsky. a wcll.'ntory.
known Maul ran ner, Is In Honolulu
again. He relumed this morning
on the Wllhetiiilnn.
C. 11. Ripley, the nrrliltect, who
will build the new Y. M. C. A. Imlld-j
lilg, came hack today fiom tho main-
land. Ho will soon start work on
tho building. Dr. E. II. Hand, pbys-j
Icnl director of tho Y. M. C. A., who Kalulnnl Hnnie for young women ro
has been famlllailzlng himself with reived f.'nu for forty-ono young
modern mnko-upi of the gymnuslums women. '
In the StntCjj. 'ii'luined today, ready! The trusters of the trust nre K. I'.
In ttaitl Inywllli- ne(- Ideas gained' nishop, S. M. D.iuiou and A. F.
I !' V I
Jlldgo W. L. Whitney of the Ju
.venllo Court, nceouipanled by Mrs.
Whitney, 'Returned to the Islands.
J. M. Levy, the King street pro
ccrymnu, mid bis wife were among
the returning llonoliilmis.
S. (1. Livingston and Mr. nnd
Mrs. L. LtvKgstoii of the Kauudia-
meha School were among the ic-
E. W. Sutton, tho Deputy Attorney-General,
who went nway to
spend his vocation, h back.
L. Holt, ex-tax collector, nnd now
nn oil prospector, came back today,
nfter visiting the oil districts In tho
southern port of California.
Mr. and Mrs. M:Stocker und fam
ily were among tho arrivals. Mrs.
I). Wltblngtou came down on tho
liner to tpend a few months here.
She thinks seriously of residing hero
permanently. Mr. mid Mrs. I). II.
Hitchcock, who visited the princi
pal elites on the mainland, are onen
more lu Hawaii. Mr. Illteh'ock 1b
the leading Island artist, and has
been away for somo time.
l.aft night tho passengers on board
the liner Wllhclnilna enjoyed u spu
clal concert, held lu the commoillouj
reception ball of the vessel. Mlsi
Akamu of Illlo, Mr. von Tenipsky mid
u few other popular Hawaiian musi
cians I'literlalnnd their fellow pas.
scngers by singing u number ot Ha
waiian Kings. When they sang tho
famous selection of "I'll Like No n
Like," which menus, "it Is Just tho
same," the nil J once oxprcssed Its
appro lutlon by prolonged applause.
The oniccrs, who aro very popular
with the passengers, helped miiko
tho evening as pleasant as they
The liner brought mi unusually
large cargo for the Honolulu busi
ness houres. About twenty tons of
general supplies for tho local quar
termaster's department were brought
along. In nil. Ilio Wilhcluilnu
brought 3000 tons of gononil cargo
for Honolulu, which sho Is discharg
ing luilay, und 2000 tons for Illlo,
whenco shn will pro' cod tomorrow
afternoijn at ii o'clock.
IN COiP AGAIN
Like tlio sailing day or a deep sua
liner, with a number ot prominent
government otllcluls on board as pan
Bongors, tho departure of tho Inter
Island steamer Maiiuii Loa this mom
lug was witnessed by mi unusually
largo crowd of waterfront spo tutorB.
The lit tract Ion that brought about
so large a crowd was tho reappear
ance on deck of Captain Sluiursou,
the regular commander of the K'ona
Captain Slinoisou Is vol) popular,
not only with tho Homilies, but with
nil piUMU'liKcrs, Ills lieillnl and kind
ly milliner uluiiys pleases the passon
gaiu. who tircfur to travel mi ilio
Milium I .on
II Ml I Pi In r.Hloil.ll HiMim I'Iiiiiip
-JIHTk II ii 1 1 1' 1 1 ii llH'Incx Ofiltp
(Jns. II, Lovo)
(Continued from Pace 1)
eluded those of some Coast corpor-
nitons nnd several local ones, tho
thousand of this amount wont for
the puitfitiro of plates n Europe for
n monograph of Hawaiian tapas, and
J20.O00 for building the new labor-
Thirty-two pupils bud some of
tbelr expenses paid In the Knnieha-
meha S boots at an outlay of tl.-
121.7B; sundry girls schools hnd 110
pupils nt an expenditure of (5000;
tho Free Kindergarten nnd Chll-
(Iron's Aid Association bad JG0O ror
(,n expenses of 217 children: tho
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuttiay, Sept. 6.
SAN FRANCISCO- xArrlved Sept. I:
S. S. Siberia, benco Aug. 2H.
Ll'lll OW Arrived SHt. I: Scbr.
Allte Cooke, benco Aug. II.
SAN FRANCIKCO-Arrlved HIt - 0:
S. 8. Slfrra. hence Aug. 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Sept 6. 2
p. in.: S. 8. Nlpppti Jlaru, for Ho
nolulu. PORT ALLEN Sailed Sept. 3: 8. 8.
Zambesi, for Newcastle.
CHANGE OF Masters on vessels on
the Coast urn as follows: Christian
Uirscti has been appointed master of
tho schooner Mountain, vlco Martin
Olson; W. V. lllgglns of tho steamer
James 8. lllgglns, vice John A. Ella
son; Arthur Cnntrcll of the steamer
Independent, vice August Fisher;
Martin Olson of the schooner Nclllo
Rich, vlco Henry Gerlnnd.
TODAY THE waterfront was busy
as compared with tho quiet that
obtained yesterday, when all the
workera woto glvon a bnlf-hollday.
Today a number of Island boats IcR.
tho arrival of tho Wllhclmlnn. and
later the departure of tho Lurllno
and the llyadcs will-till out a busy
day on the waterfront.
THE NEW ferry Muanier, Tele
phone, that carries the, passengers
from tho now Western Pacific thilns
from Oakland to San Francisco, la
said to bo the speediest thing afloat In
San Francisco bay. It is said that sho
can run right awav from mo otnnr
supposed speedy lorry bonis of the
Key Route and 8. P. Co.
THE DELAY lo tho Paclllc Mall
liner Manchuria, by being held In
quarantine at Yokohama, will throw
that vessel somewhat off her Belied-
ule. The Manchuria Is now expect
cd to an he lato on tho 12th or
early on the morning of tho 13th
ONE I'.ODV, that of Chris Nunsoii,
a Hi email, has been tecovcrrd from
tlio wreck ot tho stcum schooner
Phoenix, which was towed Into Sun
Francisco utter being wrecked by tin
explosion while at sea.
QUITE A NI'MIIER or tho Biilmon
fleet urn on their way from tho north
to San Frunclsco at tho present writ
ing. It Is reported (hut (ho salmon
pack this year Is not as heavy us It
whs oxpeclcd to bo.
IT IS REPORTED that u number
of ships In San Francisco bay, which
aro loaded and ready for sea, aro be
ing delayed on account of not belug
able to obtain crows fur long voy
4 I' lir,.1ll! HUH HUH IMIILI'll Mil
order fur u live masted bark lo bo
. l.m.fcTf.if .1 I
(lieu iii mo (mo iniuu iioiii riOllllij
America. Tlio big vessel will bu
equipped with auxiliary power.
Tin: HTII.UIIMI Mum milt, lips iif
itiruiMiii at fi u'ulnrk with mlxwlla
uihiiis eaisu fiii- lliuuikuu nud Kiikul
Imtdo , ei. mi pHs lutur ba biHik
pd lu luavo on liur
Tuesday, September . I
S, S. Wllhclmlnn, Johnson, from
San Francisco, Sept. t, 7 a. m.
Per S. 8. Wllhclmlnn, Johnson, from
San Frunclsco, Sept. 0. II. II. Wallln,
E. T. Chase, E. Hcdeman, Miss LI
Craig, Miss llcrtha Kemp, Miss E.
Column, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Levy, JIM.'
J. Ilrowcr, MIsb Joscphono Kerr, MI.44
Sarah Thompson, P. L Home nnd son,
Prof. C. (I. Collins, Miss A. Panjjlln-
an, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Moore, Miss
Grace Arnold, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. D. 1)11-1
Unchain. Mrs. S. C. Held. Miss E. Ak.l-
I mu, Miss Glen Jones, Miss Frnnces M.
Gould, Miss llcrtha Fisher, Miss M. E. m.
lloshtr. Mrs. F. S. Zeavo. Miss D. K.
Falrchlld, Miss 11. Weight. Mrs. L. M.
Gray. Miss Ada Lycctt, Miss A. J. Fos
ter, Miss C. L Sheffield, Miss M. C
Zleglcr, Mr. and Mrs. E. Glcsccke,
Miss Molllo Grace, Mrs. C. L ltodj.c,
Miss F. Lynch, Mr. nnd Mrs, W. L.
Whitney, Mr. nnd Mrs. 8. O. Living
ston, Eugene Horner, C. E. Ilnrtcr, D.
J. Rlcker, Mr. and Mrs. It. R. While,
Miss Imeldn White, Miss Cornelia
Gescll, Miss Helen G, White, Mtis L
E. Crosby, Mrs. Ixiuls Frnlno, Mrs. J.
C. Pnscoe, O. W. Paty. D. J. .Dumoy
C, II. Ripley, Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Sut
ton, Miss K. Pope, W. L Raven, Miss
Florence N. C,ror.'lcr, Miss p. T. Dodge,
Miss Itlanch Folsoni, Miss Mary Kee
ner, Miss Helen llalnbrldgc, Mr. and
Mrs. ('litis. F. Flits, Mr. nnd Mrj. M.
Ilrush, Miss A. llrooks, Miss Kill E.
Austin, Mrs. II. E. Walty, Miss M. E.
Fleming. Mrs. A. P. Knight, Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. itoimcs nnd two children,
C. Payer, A. Hush, Miss R. E. Hnckett,
Mrs. 11. W. Mist. Miss E. F. Mist, Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. P. Cooke. F. II. PurtrldRo,
L von Tenipsky, Dr. F. K. Hand, Mrs.
F. A. Stewart, Mrs. C J. Rcggs, Mrs.
J. C. Hcnketitus, MHs Ruth Honpln,
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Nichols and two
children, JiIIk.i Ross, Visa L Spauld-
tng, txiwtncr Williams, j. i Holt, Vof
non Tcnny, Mrs. 11. tl. Noojinn, Milts
K. M. Stevens. Mrs. II. Dillingham,
Miss Mnrgarit Castle, Mr. and Mra. J.
M. McStnckc and family, Miss Aliro
Drown, Mrs. M T. Moore, Mr. and
.Mrs. (1. ! Tilllnch, Miss Dllltng'ifcn,
Mrs, C. Petri..', I). Wlthlngton, J, D.
McCrnssen, Mr. David U Wlthlngton,
Miss Eleanor J. Little, Miss II. Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hitchcock, Mr. and
Mrs. H. I Wit, J. A. Wilson, Mr, nad
Mrs. !l. Livingston. D. I Wltblni.to'i,
C. E. Wultori, Mr. Wilcox, Mr. Glob,
Mrs W. I Itnven, (1. 15. Curtis,' Mr.
Wllnm Mr. tnd Mrs G. P. Monet,
.''Isn M. Stnmbiiitgh, V Scuddcr, 1'litt
by Cook, Riibeit lliicnl'.idti, W. T.
''.lok. Dougl.M Cook. I'nr." Cook.. Em
Iinrruch, '8. A. Connol, 11 A. Pantw r,
0. It. Iluttolpb, Mrs. Ly,cr nnd two
THE MATSON liner Wllhclnilna.
which nrrlvcd this morning from San
Francisco will sail for Illlo tomorrow
afternoon at S o'clock. Miss Emma
Akamu, one of the llli 1 1 c 1 1 n contest
winners, and a popular school teach
er of Illlo will bo a passenger on her.
Mrs. Knl, wRo or County Clerk Kal
or Hawaii, who camo down to meet
her sister. Miss Akamu, will also re
turn to Illlo on tho popular liner.
CARRYING NQTIIINO but general1
cargo ilio steamer Helcno, Captain
Nnop.iln, will leavo this afternoon nl
G o'clock for Piiauhau, Kukalau. Ouka
la; l.aup.ibochou, Kohalalclc, Pnaullo
and Papanloa, Hawaii, When she re
turns. It Is oxpeclcd that, she wilt
bring cattlo nnd sheep frorh Parker's
AT 10 O'CLOCK this morning tin
steamer Mmmu K'e.i, currying pas
scngers, mail and general cargo, sail
ed for Illlo via Lahalna. A numbc
of school teachers who havo been at
lending tho summer school, returnee
to their various posts on liCr. Sin
will return early next Saturday
THIS ICVENINO at 5 o'clock Ihr
steamer Klnau will sail. for her regu
lur ports on Kauai with passengers
Sho will return oarly Saturday morn
lug. County Attorney ICnco of Kauai,
will bo among tho outgoing passengers
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Clan
dim, which gnca to Illlo weekly, wll'
urrlvo early tomorrow morning with
passengers and gecnrnl cargo. She
will leavo tiKiilu at S o'clock next
FROM KAUAI ports, tho steamer
W. G. Hall will urrlvo with a num
ber of tho Garden Island people, who
want to spend u fow days here. She
leaves again on Thursday urtcmnon.
THE JAPANESE freighter Iluyo
Mam, Is Inking on fuel nt Ilio Unci;
fold wharf, preparatory to leaving fur
Yfiknliiimtt. .liiimn liimin-i-iiu' nn.....
I..--V V ' i"V A i"" .....-
THIH ArTKIINOON tho sloiililut
Nllliiiu will go to Klpahulil. Muni, and
I.... ..--. ...
Mahukouii und Kuivulhiio on lluwull,
Hho will not tiilio any passeugors
Till! HTKA.MHII Mll.iilinhi ubb'h
KWW In nil Ihu liiipnrluiil liindlliS" o i
MiiluHai Hill Iohvu llils iifioriiiHiii i.i
ON PAOE FOURTEEN.
Tuesday, Beplcmber 6.
Sttnr. Manna Kca, for Illlo and wny
ports, 10 a. m, ,,
Sttnr, Mauna Loa, Slmcftfm, for
Konn nnd Kail ports, 12 noon.
. j v
Stmr. Klnau, Gregory, for;Kjiual, 5
Stmr. Mlkahala. Plllz, for Molokal,
5 j. in.
Stmr. Maul, for Honokaa, Kuktrtha-
cle, 5 p. nt.
Stmr. Nllhait, for Klpahulil, f p. m.
S. S. Lurllnc, Wecdoh, for San Fran-
clscn. S I), m.
Stmr. Nocau, for Kauai ports, C p.
Per stmr. Mauna Kca, for Illlo,
Sept. 6, 10 a. m. Abel S, Kauhalhao'..
Miss R. Zauo, Miss A. Amana, Miss
A. A. Aklna, Mls ferry, Elizabeth
Macy, Miss L .llal, Miss Hicks, Mrs.
Armstrong, Mrs, C. If, Klurgcl, Mrs.
Mary Platter, Mrs. M. James, Mrs.
Hick's friend. Mrs. II. P. Wood, Miss
Larlc, Mrs. Marclcl ntiiT'clilld, Mrs.
Grace Moorhcad, Miss J. Jfainlltoii,
Mr. ' and Mrs. Dcard. S. A, Kapton,
John Pern'. Hev. W. R. Oleson, Rev.
O, II. Gullck, Mrs. Otto Roso nnd 7.
chl(dron find mal'if, J. R. Dagtjcrt, Sant
AlooKint.wu.' Koioiuui, .miss ai. .nm
tcrru, 'Miss Idn Yowell, Miss B. Kn
ohl, Miss Emma Goo, Mlsn J. Ala
meda, Miss Dunn Miss Meslck, Mrs.
J. Hose, Mrs. N. E, Perry, Mrs. W. It.
Peck, Mrs. Tullock, Mrs. D. 19. Clutter.
F .11. AckloV, 11. F. Kniidscn, B. Mil
ler, A. II. Clark Jr.. Rev. Ault, Miss
F. Asam, II. M. Jtcohokalnle, Mary
Luni Sun, J. Glenn nd wife. F. II.
Acklcy. II. M. Hnrrlsotf. Dr. Stow, T.
A. Rurnlnghntn. O. A. IllPdl. M. Dar
raeh. W. II. llecn. F. A. Taylor. W.
Haysclden and wife. Miss SnfUi Coc
kelt, Mlrs Emma Pacle, Mrs. M.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, Thompson,
for Konn, Sept. 6, 12 m. E. t Strout,
W. Hnyseldcn and wife, Masters Mac
Kcnilo (2), 'Francis Akona, Miss Mag
Hooper, Sarah Kamauoha, jnl Kn-
uwe nnd wife mid -clilhLW'Iss t.
O'Hrlon, Miss May Chang, Miss D.
names, Mrs. Kawcwphl,. Mrs. lonu.
Miss U Mossman, MJss M. Utoo Tal.
r- M V. R. R. I.urllno. for San
Francisco.. Sept. GKfA. J. WlSrts. Mrs.
WurtB.Mlss lwtirts, Thoi. Wurts,
John Fassoth, D. 8. McAlllstor, 8. Ues
Ingcr. II. ,R. Hitchcock, Jr.J R. F.
Thurston, I). II. Bond. J. F. Dunn,
Miss Edna Henry. J
Per stmr, Klnau: Gregory' for Kau
ai, Sept. 6, 5 p. m. Spalding's nurso
and maid, C. R. Gay, Miss If, Glrvlu.
Miss Mnrchard, Mrs. Hnoplll and
daughter. Miss Ella I.cc, Miss L. Akl
na, Rev. J. A. Aklnn, August Aklnn,
Miss Shlmmclflng, Mrs. L Wright,
Mrs. Itnstlo and dnughtcr, R. P. Spald
ing and wife. Miss lluddy, Miss Akeo,
Miss R. Kaco. Miss A. Wong. Mr.
Prcscott, C. A. Smith. Miss L. rails.
Miss M. Kills. Miss D. Sheldon, Mlaa
Por stmr. Mlkahala, IMItt, for Molo
kal, Sopt. C, S p. ra.-iWm. Mallna and
wife, Miss E. Kcalaha, MIbs Choy,
MIbs K. Case. '
Por 8. S. Wllhelmlna, Joanson, for
San Francisco, Sept. H.-i-Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Cadwcll nnd child, II. It.
Simpson, C.,8, Davis, A. 111pm, L. II.
Dee, Vincent Gonovps, Mrs. Chns. II.
Flazler'and child, Arthur) Oilman,
Walter Doyle, T. 0. White, Dr. B.
R. Marshall, 11. Poguo, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Harry White. A. Bch'natk, W.
P. Kelloy, Miss Edna Henry. Mrs. J.
Farnsworth, Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Dreyfus, Mrs. G. F. Iloreman nnd
child, Misses Whtto (2), Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. Hill nnd child, Mrs. A.
W. Adams, Mrs. E. Olmsted, II. W.
Knight, Dr. Geo. 11. Huddy, Mr. und
Mtb. II. n. Pcnhallow, I. L. Clark,
Wm. Lldgate, Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
llaysoldon, Mrs. J. B. 11. Pratt and
two children, Ernest Oay, Mr. and
Mrs. FrnncU Gay, Mr. nnd Mrs. K.
F. llaldwin and Bon, MIbs V. Ather
lon, Herman von Holt, Miss Mary
von Holt, Mrs. T. IC. Heard. Mrs. A.
13. Hoard, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Dil
lingham, Mr. and Mrs. Fennlmore,
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Holmes, Miss P.
11. Roberts, Mrs. J'. 11. Roberts, Mrs.
J. A. Oilman, S. Mi Damon, Mr. and
Mrs, L. A, Thurston.
WHEN THE Lurllno salts this aft
ernoon for San Francisco. Bhe will
carry u largo consignment ot mo
lasses. This Is an experimental
shipment Inasmuch us It haa been
Bhlppml In bulk; Hint Is, pumped
Into tbe big tanks of tho steamer.
The molusBes .heretofore, bus been
shipped In drums.
THE FRENCH urulser .Muutciilui,
which was In thnso water some limn
ago, und lately In Han Frunclsco bsy,
siillud for Mexico und Chllu on Aug
ust 30. Much entertainment hu been
piovhled for llm nlllcurs und men nt
Ilio Miititnilm uhlle Hint ship Wits on
I'tH-wrfllllUf Ik Ilio ml nf emioeol-
i'i iinir ivi rui'iiim.