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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 14, 1910.
Oceanic Tlilrd Ilrgreh
Hawalbiu Vint Degree
'Honolulu Chapter Regular
& p. m.
Perfection 1th Degree niitl
All visiting member! of to
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting! of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
est f each month
L SkMWM at K.P.Hall
W 7:30 F. M.
uidiue cufiiutcnef Members o
KNEFICIAl ASSOSIATIQl ciitions cor.
UABM0NY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. V. Hall, Fort Street.
' B. R. HENDRY, Bocretary.
rll. E. McCOY, Noble Qrand.
,r'l visiting brothers very cordially
I OAHU I0JJQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Brst nnd third Frl
Hay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Port and Deretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONES, C. C.
T' O. F. HEINE, K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every flrst nnd third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
1'ythlas Hall. Vlultlng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
V?" E. V. TODD, C. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th TVED
NE3DAY evenlnga'of each nfonth at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
(Deretanla and Fort streets.
' Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
I W. R. RILEY. W.-P-."
f '"ir WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 016. B. P. 0. E.
.. ...... . .t xt rir ti T n
"" JlOnOIUlU 1XJUBO iiu. viv, .
-Elks, meets In their hall, on King
1 lltreet, near Fort, every framy eyu
tiiiing. Visiting Drothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JA8. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
' " OEO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
)t: ' !
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and neretanta. Visit
ing brothers cordially InvRod to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR, C. O.
' E. A. JACODSON, K. R. B.
.the water supply
won't help any, but a
attached to the city main
kill give you a constant sup
ply of clear water. We will
be pleased to furnish details.
tun. v i'i
177 S. KINO STREET
M. E. Silva,
,OHDEBTAXER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
I CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phono 1170 Night Call 10H
Compartments in the
For Particulars llilllre pf
NBKNJ) IIHDKUTAKIIKI CO.
(Continued from Pace 1)
Wednesday. February 22 See Flor
al Parade ami other sports of the d.iy;
attend Elks' Cnrnlval In tho ceplng
lioar'd , steamer Wllhfclmlnn nt 12
o'clock' nil(liili;ht ur llivreabouts nnd
Ball for Illlo
Tlmrsdny, February 23 Arrho nt
Illlo about noon, lenliiK promptly
for the Volcano House; thence down
to the crntcr, where Nobles ntul their
ladles may remain ns long ns they
Friday, FeLnmry 21 Aftor lunch at
the Volcano House, return to Illlo.
Dinner nt tin' Illlo hotel (Other ar
rangements limy bo made by Illlo
Nobles, as the return to Honolulu will
Hot be mnde until midnight).
Saturday Februnry 25 Arrive Ho
nolulu about noon llalntico of the
day roAtlng and nhopplng In the
eenlng about C o clock, Nobles nnd
their ludli's will be entertained nt u
lunu and hula (Hawnllnn fenst and
Sunday, February 2G-i-Local Nobles
will take visiting Nobles and their
ladles on auto trip around the island
or Via train to llulelwa hotel The
evening will Le deoted to private
dinner partloi and other entertain
ments Monday, Februnry 27 Sight-seeing
trips In and around Honolulu; nlso
giving thorc who may dcalro to do so,
an opportunity to witness n sugar
mill In full operation. ,A kind of an
open, go-as-you please day. Orand
Shrine ball at the Alexander Young
hotel nt 9 i. in .
Tuesday, February 28 Street pa
rade and Ceremonial Session to com
mence nt 2 p. m Ilanquet nt the Al
exander Young Hotel to commence nt
8 p. m.
Wednesdny, March 1 Farewell to
the visitors nnd a send-oft such ns
Honolulu only knows how to glvo.
Arrive San Francisco Tuesday,
March 7, 1011
(Continued from Pace 1.)
Carthy uaw lit to go out, wo nro go
ing in to win. The Democratic wave
that Is bulng full on the fnnlnlaud
will surely reach Hawaii."
McCandless denies emphatically n
report that was being circulated this
morning to tho effect that the Dem
ocrats nre considering n plan to have
Mayor Turn come out as a candidate
for tho Senate this year, letting Jar
rett run for the mayoralty against
Lane. This Idea was ridiculed h
the Democratic leader.
"We are going to ktand by the
original plan," ho Insisted. "I be
lieve tbpt the convention will re
nominate the men who aro now hold
ing office. This report Is JuBt an.
other yarn that Is being circulated
by tho Republicans."
According to tho statements of
members of tho Maul delegation to
the Territorial convention, the Im
migration plank split that has al
ready appeared In the Democratic
ranks will Ijo canted to the conven
tion, and the Maul delegation will
object to the Incorporation of any
radicalism In this connection In the
McClellan and Morse.
There Is a general lining up of
Democratic candidates for nomina
tions, the prospect being that there
will be a multitude of aspirants be
foie the conventions. For the Hoard
of Supervisors, MrClellnn, now a
member of tho board, will seok re
nomination. Another man whoso
nnine will come before tho conven
tion with an excellent chance ot re
ceiving favorablo consideration will
bo "flood" Morse, who has received
assurance of strong support from
many precincts, Morbo Is conceded
to be one of tho men who will be
able to muster a strong collection
of votes far the supervisorial nomi
nation. Another aspirant for a placo
oh the board Is Sllva, who has an
nounced Ills candidacy.
Mllte Harvey, who hns been men
tioned to run for the Senate, stated
today that ho did not Intend to enter
tho lists nnd that his name would
not appear before tlio convention
Tho Delegates to tho Democratic
conyenlous were In caucus this noon
for tho piirposo of organization, Tho
po;inulou will bo railed to order lu
the JtulghtH of Pythlns' Hall at 10
o'clock tmiwirow morning ami will bo
In running onlor by tho afternoon pes
kloii when R Is expected Hint Ihn
platform will ho promulgated.
Nothing Unit (tin furtllUe land or
urn mi a material for any form of
liiiiuuruttuiii Is wasted III Frullie
llwn llu diut dm I ved by vacuum
rliuimrs III sweeping lurx. nltlies
and iUvIIIiius Is iiiiivldmi'il il IiIkIi
i'Iiim rnlllllei ami Ml for Uh'iul f
pur iiinlrln tun
i i i i m i
I I'm illillmill In ioihIimu it iiiii un)
Is IiiiiWi llml iwiiuwi ruii'l Im M)'t
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Bulle
tin for a nickel is twice as large
as the' tablet usually told for this
Autos, 4 prr hour. Lewis Stables.
llethel 8lreet Hack Stand Phone
It goes without saying that every
thing l Hest at The Encore.
Wliltno) & Marsh advertise a great
ribbon Bale fgr Moudny ;noruliii; next
The Anchor Saloon Is now n curio
museum worth seeing. Don't forget.
If you want u good Job ilonu on an
auto or carriage tuke It to ilawullan
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen BL
For distilled wutor. Hlte's Hoot
Hear and nil other impulnr drinks
Ring up Phono 2171. Consolidated
H. P. Ilaldwln and family nre book
ed to leave In the Clnudlne which
sails for Maul next Friday afternoon
nt 5 o'clock
CommencJne Sunday. Autnist 28.
the B u 1 1 e t i n's phone numbers
will be: Bua.ness ofllec, 2250;
torial rooms. '2185
Two suits brought by. A. J. Camp
bell agalnbt Tnm Pong for tho foio
closure of mortgage worn entered for
the amounts nsked by Judge ltoblnson
Ramon Camnelio, found gi.llty yes
tcrday afternoon of assault on n fe
male child under the ago nf twelve
years, will be sentenced on Monday
afternoon at two o'clock)
I.lpeka Smith was today granted n
divorce from Antuno (Smith on thu
ground of non support ' Elizabeth IM
lanalelo was granted scrlaratdat fiom
her spouse Mnkal on tho same ground
Mrs. Harold Dillingham, who has
been spending a few weeks on the
mainland, sMlcd from San Frnnclicn
for homo yesterday by tho Siberia
Sho will nrrhe In Honolulu noxt Mon
The next cobo up for trial beforo
Judge Cooper In the criminal court
Is that of Dunce and White, two sol
dlers. charged with robbery In tho
second degree. Their case Is set for
Monday morning nt clght-thlrty
Walter Dlllllighnm .and wlfo left
thin morning for San Francisco whero
Mr 'Dillingham Is called on n short
business trip Whether tho Dllllng
hams will go East from tho Coast will
bo deermlued nfttr their arrival at
C. E. W. Ilean, a well known Syd
ney newspnper man, was a passen
ger on the Mnrama to Vnncouver,
from whero he will proceed to Ixin
don. Ilean will be settled In Lon
don for the next three years as cor
respondent for the Sydney Morning
Koyama, who Is charged with hav
ing no license for his clothes-cleaning
store, wns In court this morn
ing, and was represented by Attor
ney I.lghtfoot, who demanded a Jury
trial. The matter hns been Bent up
along with a lot of other small cases
that LUhtfnot has taken to the IiIkIi-,.
er court. A bond of $100 wns set
In the case.
Secret Service Officer McConnoll
lost his pocket book nnd all his pa
pers out at the beach )esterday, but
Detective Kellett was put on the job
and managed to recover tho packet
and reach tho Alakca-street wharf
Just as the Manchuria was pulling
out. The maliilnnder was delighted
at getting his pocketbook back before
leaving the Territory.
In the matter of tho suit brought
In tho estate of Frank Anfono, tho
claim of tho nephew of tho, deceased,
who bears tho samo name was denlel
by Judgo Robinson, Tho prayor of
tho petition was granted and tho es
tate ordered distributed to ibstaclo T.
Jorgo. another nephow lUlug in Capo
Verdo Islands. Attorney Monsarralt
gayo nojlco of appeal to circuit court
for trial by Jury.
AND GOES AGAIN
Tho Canadldn-Australlan steam
ship Marnmn,- Captain MorrlBhy, ar
rived yesterday from the Colonies
and sailed at noon today for Victo
ria, II. C. She docked at the Ala
ket wharf yesterday afternoon, ns
the Pacific Mall liner Mnlichurla wns
getting ready to leave for San Frnn
cIbco, Among her through passengers
were the Hon. W. L. Allaryce and
Mrs. Allaryce, who have been mak
ing u tour of the world. Allaryce
was formorly Acting (lovernor of
FIJI. C. E. W, Ilean Is a well-known
iKiw-Bpaper man of Australia, Roy
W. Kandfordi who has been visiting
In Austiulla, Is a sou nf a million
aire of llildgeport, Conn,
Thu Maiama experienced a pleas
ant pussage from the south. She
left S)dny on August 29 and llrls
bnno on August 111. HJiii reached
Suva lu tho afternoon of September
ft, leaving thoiu III thu afternoon or
Hie dny following
HOI'.NAIH-Tii IIim lfi r Mr K.
Itiitinluhl of lluna, Maul, a ilunuli
ll'l, Hpl. II. IUI), lit Kllphllulll Mil
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msiiiki vf ii lii l"iyn H"QW irMiulra
Our New Phone Number Will Be
&.'.., U' "' RHy? Transfer Co' 'JnB- " Love)
Yasabtiro Mori Receives
Under Die litllrhl se.il of thu Jap
nnesn Mlnl-'er of I-moPm Affairs,
lion. Yniiin.-ihuro Mori lint been up
in'ntiMi 'tijM" .i F' vp rcnsul lu Ha-
I A il rl Rll VI
edt-,wnll. .lJo,wlll probably arrive hero
tiom Yokohama next month.
Mr. Mori liai been Id the Consular
seivtco for uiluij years, mil, dining
Hie past three y an. he wa3 stationed
at Am'iy, tlhlui' He Is now In Japan,
.te',ari!ig' tli'nline heie.
Coiirul (!euc-rul I'H'iio this morning
leeched nn nflUlal cablegram from
tho Dtpartniclit of Foiejgn O.TIce no
drying blm of tin' appointment of Mr.
THIItE ST.fll.S HU'i: l.Yi'KKKST.
mi camp tuns ro i! ;ovi:ii.
In California. Tennessee nnd Geor
gia the -.oturs lnno most Interesting
canipalgli llghtB scheduled fur this
fall, and tho eyes of miiliy peuple will
bo turned on tho buttles, lu lleorgla
tho Democrats luuo mimed n former
governor and one tlmo se.eretury of
tho lnlerlur, lloku Hmllh. While ho
wus governor he dlsmlssril Joseph
M. Drown fiom tho lallload commis
sion on the giouuil that llronu was
dominated by luilinail Inteiests, and
when Mr Hinllh hoiight nnolher term
he was detealed by. Drown. This lime
both were Hindu candidates, und Smith
"cume bade. ' by defeullug llruwn. lu
California tho Democrats have nomi
nated Theodoio Ai Hell, foiiuer rep
resentative In inuglcsH, to oppohii
Ills mil .lohusou, an mowed lusurgeiit
ciiiidlchite or tho Uepubllcniis, mid In
Tennessee tho light is lliadu Intel eht
lug by tho enudldaey of Cnplalii lieu
W. Iloopei, who Is iipposnd In lilliiOHt
nveryllilng that (loMiruor I'atteiMin
has iidtoeiileil ilurlng his Incumbency
Independent stiilo-wldn Priihlhllloil
Demoeiiils who liiie fuugllt lliivuruor
Piittnrsoii am iixpiii'teil In Hiippoil tint
ticket hii,iiiu by I'liptnlii Uoopi'l' III'
ktwul of ihn leaular Di'liiiii'lnllo liiiml
lices in iwpi I n m im
Till' lll!ftM lr lllti HllillMlwi nf
ftiinin'T'-H iihIi) h rnUr mm HiU
afiwinnHi m m mnf In liw Htuii-
gDgk) trdkMtsl Ml i r4?b.
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kBSSBSSSSSH r '1
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KNIFE USER -ClMiTfEJ
Korean Who Stabbed Another
Man Is Sent on For
, This morn,lng at the police sta
tion the care of Klin .Sung lu, who
Is charged with the attempted mur
der of another Korean named Chny,
was heard beforo Judge Andrnde. At
torney Mcllrydc, assisted by J, I.lght
foot, conducted the defense, nnd
tried to prove that the confession
made by the would be murderer was
furred by McDuftle and Deputy Rose.
Hose went on the witness stand
nod told ot how- Klin Sung In had
boasted of having ttnbbed Clioy nnd
of how he had said that he hoped
tho man 'would die. Mcllrydc tried
his heft to show that the Korean
had told his story under somo prom
Ire or threat, hut the attorney utter
ly failed to show any such motive.
The wounded man is still lif Jhe
Queen's Hospital, where he Is doing
ns well ns can he exported, Vrhis
morning his evidence was takon at
the hospital and he told the Btory
of the stabbing. He was very clear
on the subject and explained how
Kim Sung In had invited hint to
have lunch with him, nnd then had
stuck a knife Into his stomach aft
erwards. Judge Andrnde commlted the ac
cused for trial nt the,Clrcult Court,
providing that the grand Jury find n
true hill against him. Ilonds were
set In the sum of JHOO, nnd up till
noontime had not been furnished.
BIG CROWD IN TOWN
AND AT ALL SHOWS
Passengers From Marajna
Have Good Time in Ho-'
nolulu Theaters, 1
All the shows were crowded. last
night mid the presence of tho"iian
songors from the Mn'ramn niado
tro. Jolly Trlxlo did a mni'that
brought down tho house Incidentally
tho stage floor had to bo Jncked up to
avoid n collapse. Trlxlo song a con
pie of songs nud tho last one, an Irish
ballad, was n treat. -'
Mnungor Overdid has a splendid
show nt present, and tho singing, of
Maude Rockwell charms everybody,
Tho twin sisters nlso did one of their
best tin us so fnr this season, nnd
o-irncd unstinted npplauso.
At tho Park, Manager Cnngdon had
a real good show, too, nnd tho Austra
lians from off tho Mnrama wero heard
to remark that It seemed like homo
to sto Marina and tho other antliio
denn artists on tho boards In Hono
lulu. All tho moving plcturo shows did
big business last night, and tho'clusa
of pictures shown wero all good and
some of them highly Instructive'
NEW OFFICES OF
ROTH AND GIFFARD
Roth & Olftaril, brokers and finan
cial agents, aro oiienlng new ofljces
on tho ground floor of the Stnngen
wnld building In the rooms recently
nrHtejl b) the shipping department
of Castle & Cooke, Tho offices aro
convenient and spacious, thoroughly
In keeping with tho business enter-
I'i-Ihi. of tho hrokcrago firm occupying
FRANCE BUys AEROPLANES
PARIS, Sept r.. Tho ministry of
wai today ordered the purchaso of 10
mllltaiy monoplanes nud 20 biplanes
within tho next thrpo months. This
will glvo tho French an aerial flotilla
of ilfl by tho end of tho yeoi
Tho army's iioroplancs to bo acquir
ed lu 1U11 must bo capable of curry
ing a weight of :U)0 kilograms, approx
imately 40! jioiiiidH, lu u continuous
tllght of 300 kilometers, or about 180
miles, ut a minimum speed p( GO kilo
meters (37.20 iiiIIh) uii hour. Tho
ministry offers a piumlum of f 20,000
for a machluu fulfilling the so comll
Ileum lliibeil Uitham, tho French nilator
hits hi en kiiiiiiiioik'iI by Minister of
War llruii to parllclpatu as a msor
vlkl In Ihn coming arm) iiiiiiieiiyurs
oil Ihn plains of Prurdy
V im Mr IImIIHIii per jra
Yoiiiik limil doolie iosiiii w
uiiini III in ns ilm, 'ipius i'
liliiH', MM lliiKlinh niul Ht
Wiiii i Ai ii'fviumi. ,yim "i"
ADDITIONAL 8HJPIN(JON PAQJE KplJBTE.
ARRIVED ,11 DEPARTED 7(
. - ' 4 1 -t - i
Wednesday, Sept 14,
Stmr Claitdlne, lleunett, from Illlo
and Maul ports; a, m.
Stmr W a. Halli Thompson, from
Kauai, a. m.
V WATERFRONT NOTES f
- , .
AT flOUT 6 o'.chock last evening
the Pacific Mall liner Manchuria
snlled for San Francisco, taking
cjulte 'a large crowd of passengers f
from this port for tho mainland.
Owing to the presence on board the ' Per atmr. Olaudlne, 'llennftt, from
liner of Chinese Prince Buun and 'a Illlo and Maul ports', Seiiti 14. 1'
number of distinguished guests, the K. Heard and wife; Mrs. A. E.
Hawaiian band played appropriate Heard, E, V. Rice and wife, 'j. if.
selections at the wharf. The Dig Simpson and wife, J. p' Porter and
ship was decorated In honor of the Vlfe; J. St. Mulr and "three children,
prince, ns she Bteamed back Into the P. 3. Hi own, J. K. Maa, Capt. L.
stream. ' I Self, W. "A. Anderson, W. P.' Fen-
m nell, J, F. Mackenzie, , Master J.
YESTERDAY ' was a busy day, fchalmers, a. II. Kanolouku and son.
along the waterfront. A liner from p. A. Kernohl, Ethel plllaril, L. L.
the Orient, a Canadlan.AVistrallan' Rradford,' J. J. Walsh and wife, T.
liner from the Colonics, a prltlah ti. I.)ons) Theo. Flo, "Miss M. Mln
ship from Hamburg, a' bark for need- gler, Misf Young, Miss' Ma Taylor,
ed repairs, a Japanese liner for the Mrs, Murray? D."-' L. Meyer," If, W.
Far East and a collier with navy coal I Pdguc, L. Oustafson, Mrs. A. C.
were among the bay movements yes-' Franca, W. F. ' Kaae, 'm. Makanol,
terday. This does not Include the Mrs. .1 S. Tnyldr arid th?ee children,
movements of interlsland boats, of Mrs. F. De Rego, Miss J. De 'Regp,
which a number arrived and der Miss V. De Rego. A. Comi and
"9.ELL THE farm and go to sea,"
does not meet with the views of
Captain Drew', who has been In the
employ of the Matron Navigation
Company for mnu,y years. Captain
Drew has reversed the order of
things and has resigned from the
sea nnd goes to his ranch near 8a
Unas to live.
DAVID CROWLEY, who Ii exten
slveiy Interested In the launch busi
ness In San Francisco bay, has re
turned to the Coast after A four
month tour ot Europe. Mr. and
Mrs, Crowley visited their childhood
home in Ireland while away.
FROM HILO and Maul ports, the
Inter.Islaud steamer Claiidlnn ar
rived this morning with a big list
of passengers. Mbst ot them are
delegates to the political conven
tions. The Claudlne sails again at
S o'clock on Friday.
THE COAST Steamship San Pedro
while on her way from San Francisco
to Eureka struck a submerged rock
one mile north of Point Arena and
tore her rudder away. The vessel ran
back to San Francisco under jury
PURSER KinLINO of tho Clau
dlne, which returned this morning
from Illlo nnd Maul ports, reports
the bnrkentlnes lrmgard and Dene
cla and schooners Transit and Ca
matio at Illlo, Monday, the 12th.
At C O'CLOCK yesterday after
noon the steamer Klnau, former
flagship of the Inter-Island fleet,
left for Kauai with a big list Of
passengers. Bhe also had a goo'd
load of sundry merchandise.
THE STEAMER W. O. Hall re
turned from Kauai this morning
with a big load of sugar and gen
eral cargo. She sails tomorrow aft
ernoon nt G o'clock for her regular
pt)rts of call on Kauai.
THE STEAMER Llkellke left at
noon today for Kukalau, Kukulhaele
and other ports along the Hamnkua
coast on Hawaii, She, took a large
shipment .of mlscollane6us cargo for
THU HARK Olympic was the first
of the big salmon fleet to arrive at
Ban Francisco. She brought 23.4CK
cases Of salmon. It is expected that
the rest of the fleet wilt follow close
after the Olympic.
THE DRITISH ship Dumfries
shire came to port yesterday. She
comes from Hamburg with fertilizer.
One hundred and thirty-eight days
were taken to make the trip.
THE A.-II, freighter Mexican Is
reported to have nt rived at Halloa
Cruz Saturday with a cargo for the
Atlantic seaboard. The Mexican
left Illlo August 27.
HEAD STEVEDORE Wilson of tio
Pnclllc Hall Company at Snn Fran
cisco has been sick for some time nnd
It Is expected that ho will have to
undergo n serious operation,
THE STEAMER Mlkahata sailed
for Molokal )estcrday, with pasien
gars, mall nnd freight. Most of her
cargo will be discharged nt the set
tlement. THE IUIITIHII ship Drills!) Yon
man ban been lowed fiom Hun 1'ruti
iUcii to Vancouver and will llulub
limilliitf llii'iu (or Nuful,
Till! I'.M'irjC MAIL llimr Whila
lull Hup 'i uncivil )Ht!iiy (ur lli
(iiluiil via Honolulu.
Till! VIIIHINIAN MUM (inni hM-
lint um ui) Mjisior n. wm
Ibi Hll lrfISMC '
' Tuesday "Sept. 13. t
,8. 8. Manchuria. Saunders, for San
Francisco, 6. p. m,
btmr. Alkbiialit, Tullett, for Molo-'
knl. 6 p. m. '
S. S. Marama, MOrrlsby, for D. C.'
Stmr. Klnan, for Kauai, S p. in. '
Wednesday, Spt. 14.
B. S, Wllhetmlna, Johnson:- (or San
Francisco 10 a. hi,
wife, Aug. Gomes, M. Joseph and
wife, D. "Kalnmahlal, Ah Chong, L.
N'. )l. Keahl, Kalll KenolfdHen He,
koana, Kelson' K. Kaba, Captain
Boille, A. O. MaVtlnien, C. A. Mar
tlnscn, Mrs, Kohler and elilld, Chas.
Gay, wife and 4 chliar'en.'Mfis Oay.
Lt. Barnard. i, i '
Per stmr. W.' O. Hall, Thompson,
from Kauai, Sept, 14, a, m.r-J. R.
Meyers, W. R. Noumui J a! Chandler.
J. W. Kahaleanu, M A. Mlkaete, W.
If. Kohlku, W. K. Kanlkanehla. Oeo.
Fountain, David White, W. II. Rice.
Clung' Tow, W. Matsushita? 'D. L.
Duckworth, Chaa. Akl.'JoHn RTves,
An(.' Ro'drlgues, Mls'tReia Valenle,
Miss M. S. Valente, .Mrs.' Chas. Ahl
nnd 3 children. ' '
, Per srnr, V.,sO., Ilall, Thompson,
for Kauai, Sept. Hi, 5 p. m. W. It.
Rice, Ii Longer. J. 'R Meyer and
wife. Miss Elleson, MIsb Lawrence,
H. W. S. Purvis and wife. '
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmerson,
for Kmi and 'Kau pbrts,' Sept. 16, 12
noon: Josoph Opupcle, Esther Ka
hale' and malci,'j;' Gabler, Geo. J.
Campbell, A. Oibb, Miss Esther Glbb,
Geo', Cll'bb and wife, P, Marscljart and
wife. 'Mrs. A, Llftee. v ' '
Per stmr. Claudlne, Ijennett," for
Maul, Sept. 17. S p. m. H. P. Dald
will, Mint) Von Tempsky, D". T. ZAblan,
W. K. Strauch, V. Chun Lung, 8.' John
son, II H. Hart and son, Mrs. 8, E.
Lucas. Jas. Hapanula and wife, Mrs.
Manala and 2 children, "W.A. Ander
Bcn, wife nnd 2 phlldren. Mrr Nob
lilt, Rev. S L. Dosha, If. W. Rice,
wlfo and 3 children)' Av II. Landgroft,
II. 8. pogcrup." W. D. Mclntyre, Y.
Shlmada. ' .
1 ... "
IN FOREION FOfITt
REDONDO Arrived Sept. 13; Schr.-
O S, Holmes, from Hjlo, Aus 17. '
SAN FRANCISCO 8ept,. 14: S, S.
I.urllpo, Jienco flept. 6.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Sept. 14: 8, 8.
Asia, for Honolulu.
KAHULUI Arrived Sept. 6: Ship
'Wm. T. Lewis', from Cardiff.
I WATERFRONT NOTE 1
' SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 6. The
Matson steamer Hllonlan Is at pier
38 discharging a part cargo of pins,
apples, which she brought from
Illlo, Upon her arrival tbesteamer
was cent over to be fumigated Fri
day eyenlng. It was announced yes
terday that Captain E. P. Drew, who
ponjmanded the Matson company's
,t. ,P. JlltlieJ, has r'eslgped from , ilia
service of th,e'company. "Ca'ptalh
Drew, after mapy years. at tea, will
take Up trie slniple life on his ranch
A WIRELES9 message from the
Sierra states' jiat' (hero are HI pas
sengers In the cjtbln. This IA Ibe rec
ord number so far credited to a local
Tho Sierra has 147 sacks' of mall
and 8 automobiles for this city. '' ,,
THE COLLIER PromeibeUB.whJch
towed the disabled -cruiser from Ho
nolulu to Ilremerton, arrived safely
at that polut with her tow und then
procepded to San Francico.
THE K0SM03 freighter Ssrapli has
departed from San Francisco for
lai)iburg with a full curgo ot general
THE SHIP Heriry T. I.ewli was
loading sugar at Itahulnl, Maiil, Isit
Monday when iia Clainlllie left
Till) A, . rrnllnvr I'Msd.. t
Hum )'(iit,ucu, liavlug ajrlyrd iiicr
rJisiiibe- 6, (loin Hullis (IfUi.?
Till) IIILONIAN lll H., H.
liniir V fr IIoih'IhIh,
44t dmtkikm mi k $f