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llnnnllnii Third Hi (tree.
All visiting members of tb
Order are cordially Invited to
intend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' n a,o
IEHEFICIAL ASVWIOH. dation, cor.
HARMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday cvonlng at
7:30 In I. 0. O. F. Hall, Fort Strcot.
, K. R. HENDRY, Becrctary.
I? , II. B. HcCOY, Notilo (Irand.
'All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. cf P.
Meets every first and third Fr!
day owning at 7:30 In K. of J'. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. .Visiting
brothers cordially Invitod to attend,
WM. JONE8. C. 0.
O. Y. HEINE. 1C. It. S.
HAWAIIAN1 TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third ThurB
'"' days of cick month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Vlultlng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Bachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. of n.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, T. 0. E,
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
,7:30 o'clock ln.K. of P, Hall, cornorj
ueretama ana ion sireeio.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to ntJ
, tv. U. niLEY, w. r.
WM. a McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. E,
?' TTnnn1i.1i. TiiilfA TJn Rift T1. P O.
Elks, meets In their halj, on King
y Btreat; near Fort, every FrWay evc
nine visiung women) are corumuy
invited to attend.
JAB. D. DOUGHERTY. B. II.
GEO. T. KLVEQEL, Bee.
WM. MoKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
j. Hall, cor. Fort and Derotnnla. Vlslt-
Ljs .ing nroiners coraiany jnvinu io bi-
; "- 'lend.
H. A. TAYLOR, C. .0.
E. A. JAjCDBSONi K. R. B.
itu. . -
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.. Ltd.
S .Ift.tl Vrrrt Stnut'f
T m C1QAR NOW 8o
M.A. GUNST & CO.
tftftu REGAL SHOE CO.
r-?STvlf""5' Kin "d Bethel.
""" Chain Now at the
UNION BARBER SHOP
NEW BARBER A competent man
ha just arrived from the Coait.
M. VIBRRA Proprietor
llnunll & Soulti
Hfiiii Curl t'o.,
Chas. R. Frazior
Phone 1371 122 King St.
- TBI OTHERS
Congress ol Mayors in No
vember to Sec Accomp
lishments. Homo Honnliilunn now In Dtp United
Stale may lie designated by Mayor
Fern to tcprosmi Oils city ut l.'lly
Commission CmgriH In liu licM at
(Inhesion. Texas, November 21, 22, $3
of this year
Thp rlty of southern Texas Is inmil
of tin KiiM'iiiin nt by commission In
augurated tti- ip several years ngo mid
wants In tell nil other iniinlclinllllus
about n ht'iirc llio big congress to
Maors or their representatives froin
tho irliirlp:il cities iif Hip Unltril
Htatei Imp hern asked In coino and
Hie cimgici iiromlrcs lo bo a big
Galveston's let'iiid of municipal nc
ciiitiillrbinont for 1909 which It sends
Handled $1R1,3I3.IU world ir Ex
poitB to Foielgn Countries, and $t,
10S.S21 worth of ImixirtH.'
Vessels entered tho Purl lo tho
number of 1072 live per d ly, with thu
enormous combined not tonnage, A,
507,203. Immigrants nrrlvrd In the number
or i 539.
Custom House receipts were JIG9
7D7.5I. Rank clearings for tho year,
Poslnfflroi recclits were $1311.382.
Ileal Estate lt tho valuo of 13,319.-
S20 was transfcrr-d, and tho City Is.
sued 2.9 building portnlls.
Spent by railroads nnd other ror-
porntlous for Improvements, 1753,500.
spent uy uny nmi county for Im
provements, f 1.020 sno. Spent by tho
U. S. (toveriimcnt In Improvements
U. S. Oovernnient eompl-ted South
Jotty nnd started work on Seawall t'
protect forts outsldo of (lalvcston Sea
wall. Entertained 1 1 big conventions nnd
held tho First Annual Cotton Cnrnl
val, with n visiting list or 300.000 peo
With a short cotton, crop In Teica
Galveston exported totton to tho va
lue of J130,335,CpS&, being only, one- or
dinary Galveston cargo less Than Iho
combined exports nf Now O'rleans.
Bavwinah, Wilmington and Now York.
County and associated raltwnys be
gan tho construction of the,' grc.lt
Causeway. 10,042 fret long, ne'ross flat
vosum Hay, coiuipctlng tho Island
wlth-lhq-ninlnlun'd at n cost of $1,500..
TAKE IT EASY
(Continued from Page 1)
ovci tho spill In Democratic rnnks
causfd by tho wlllulrawnl of such men
as Col. C. .1. McCarthy nnd Dr. .1. It
Raymond, but It Is certain that some
of tho McCandlcss men will b' making
overtures to tho "ccnticrvatlvcs" be
fore long, for tholr help I? needed In
the Oahu campnlgn.
Link McCandlcss Is exp-ctcil back
from his Hawnll-Mnul tour noxt Satur
day. Then tho Onhu campaign will bo
In earnest. Ross McCajullesg is a hard
campaigner and bo expects to cover
every Inch of the Island or Oahu dur
ing tho next month.
In contrast tn tho Democratic coun
ty campaign Is that or tho Itcpubll
ciyia, Tho Republican program Is al
ready well advanced, and tho loca1
campaign' will bo tho most thorough.
tho Republican loaders ilcelnn. In
tho history or Terrltoilnl politics, The
district committees meet every day
and between times headquarters Is
ciowded with clerks getting out lists
or voters nud planning precinct work.
Tho Territorial central commllteo
holds frequent meetings and signs of
activity are everywhere.
(Continued from Pace 1)
worked on tho feelings or Choug to
ouch nil extent that U Is said that tho
Chlncso was completely hypnotised.
Chong seemed to swallow tho whole
thing and went so tar us to supply
Bright with loggings and other nrt-
Iclos or clothing that summed up quite
u little amount. Chong took him out
to his ranch nud treuted him ng If bo
were tho Chlncsa prince In disguise
When Rrlght thought that ho hud
worked Cluing for nil ho would stand
ho flow tl)o coop. It was then tliut
Chong cumo out of his drriiin mid
sent Iho police nttor tho mnn who
caught ti I in and brought his back to
Inco Choug, who did llot scorn willing
to prosecilto even then. Rrlght was
escorted out of town and told tn fiulo
nwny, which he did with nil speed nnd
It 1h expected that lie will huh up
serenely lu nomo other locullty Bhort-I.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Hulle
tin for n nickel it twice ni large
aa the tablet uiuslly told for this
Autos, tl c-r hour. l.owl Hlnhles.
flctliel Hllrct Hack Ktnni! Phono
New llaslnrii millinery Just received.
It goes wiihiMit saylug Hint every
thing Is Rest al Tim Khciiin.
Miss l.oiilrp Irwin, nianliurlst has
(ipeneil pallors at fiS Young llldg.
Pay cash hiiJ usk for green stumps.
They'ro free C'nll hi the show rooms
and see what you get free for
For distilled water. Hire's lonl
Deer nnd nil other iiopulur drinks.
Ring up Phone 2171. Consolidated
Tho Mutual Telcpbono Co. icnuests
Ibiit (Mcrjono having troubtu with n
teleiliuie, whether their own or koiiio
ono elsps. leisirt priunntly to "o."
A suspension of fciiIciico (or thir
teen months was gr.inted to Cheons
Uing in the Circuit Couit this morn-
Ing after he plead guilty to n rliargo
Norman Krarer tins been nrret"d
and charged vlli nu'lelniM Inlurv
tho nrciiseil l Bllegeil lo have broken
up a lot of cioc:?ry belonging lo u
Thero will bo n meeting of tho Phy
sical Committee nt the V. M C. A.
this evening nt eight o'clock, nmi tho
pians lor mo coming sraron will bo
Chief MrDulTle tiny return from
Hllo on Saturday morning; II nil do
ponds upon whether he wilt ho in
quired to giro evldenco nt tho Hllo
court or not In n Filipino robbery
Tho Mutual Telephone Co. requests
that all subscribers carefully examine
tho Temporary Directory, and report
In writing, to tho ofneo on Ailnm
Lane-, any errors In names or ad
dresses. lludn, tho Japanese who was run
down by Chief Thurston's nutnmolilte
a week ago, la doing far better than
was expected and, unless sonio un
foreseen complications arise, ho
Magglo Fitz was granted a divorce
this morning from E. Fits on tho
ground of non support. Tho same
giounds alleged pro'Juced a soverlng
of tho iiinlrtir.snlnl ties existing ho-
twrcn It. Kawmln and (llyo Knwada.
A Chlncso named Charlie Is now!
confined ut the. pollca station nud nt
present no chargo Is laid against him,
na II Is, not known Iww'tho man ho
assaulted will fnre. Tho troublo oc
curred over n gamo of ruol. nnd Ihe
dcrcnilant Is said to have, struck the
complaining witness over tho head
wit ha hammer.
Tho Supremo Court this morning
handed down n decision overruling
the exceptions tuken to tho action of
.lodge Robinson In sustaining tho de
murrer In tho case of Kniihn nnd
Opal ugalust tho Pololo Land unl
Improvement Company. Tho demurr
er was sustained on tho ground ibaj
tho. action for ditnago caused by n
brokdam was hatred by limitation.
Youth Entangled In Network
of Larceny and Hold
Joseph Ferraje, tho young Portu
guese who Is held for Investigation
In regard to the many holdups and
gurrotlng of hnclimcii cases, has, It
Is alleged, coalesced to robbing tho
Japanese bicycle storo on River
street. Tlint was tha first chargo on
which ho was booked, and It was alt
onrards that tho holdup proposition
was brought nearly houio to him by
tha haekincii Identifying him ns the
man who, In company with another,
had choked them on dlffcicnt occa
Two watches, ono gold and tho
other silver, have been also iilentt-
lled as tho property of other persons,
Tho timepieces wore found In Fer-
rajtc's possession, and ho looks to
have a good ehaiifo oMiuvlng tlireo
charges of larceny and a couple of;
highway robbery laid against him.
Acting Chief of Dotcctlves John.
........ ,- ,.. .. .i. ,...,..
iveueu w.,r..B "
nnd It Is prcbablo that all tho
charges will bo lulil agalnsl Farrajo
this afternoon tome tlmo. .
"Of course," Mrs. Lnpsltng was
eaylng, "I'enry found tho North Polo,
but io novor toulil hnvo dono It, lot
mo loll you, U ho hadn't had thoso
Equlnor dogs nlqng." Chicago
Spciklng ol I hn whirligig of tlmo
ami Us way of bringing on revenges,
you will note that whereas the hi-
diniiB iifed to scalp us, now wo skin
them. Indianapolis News.
The corset manufacturers are lo
have n trnilo Journal. As an appro
prlate mastbend motto, let us sug
pest, "Wo nro hero to stay." Wash
Our New Phone
City Trans'pf Co.
FORMER GOVERNOR F.1AMCIS
WA ITS TO BE U. S. SENATOR
JKKFEHSO.N' CITY, Mo., Aug. 29 D.id R. Francis of St 1-ouls. former
president ol tho Ijulslami I'ltrclinse otimsltloii nud former t governor of
Missouri, bus filed with iho mit-it lur y ol stuto his declaration as n eiindl
duto for tho U-lti-d Sliitos Sunatu i s n Democrat It was only uftcr Gov
ernor Hadlcy bud nnnounced that he would not be u calihito for thp Sen
ate that tho former governor filed his petition, and this Is liikcn to' mean
that Mr. Francis disliked the Idea of opposing tho present Republican
Governor nt thp pollB. (
Alleged Murderer of Wife and
Lover Committed to a
This morning nt tho polleo court,
before Judge Thujei, Makalo Kn-
makn wns charged with tho murder
of his wife and lir loverLouis Akn.
The douhlo' tragedy tn-ik place at
Knlliia on Scptcmhcr 17. and tho nc
i iibcd on tho noxt day confessed lo
the crime. Ho wan warned by tho
Deputy Sheriff nt that time that If
he mndo any rtatoment it would bo
need against him If any charge was
laid. The defendant undorMood thor
oughly and, knowing tho conditions,
inado a clean bro.ist of everything.
Attorney . T. Rawlins, who Is
appearing for jthoju'cuecd, made It
clear this morning thai he wilt rely
upon tho so culled "unwritten luw,"
and that the met Unit Kamiika found
his wlfo and her lover together will
savo tho bclf-ucknowlcdgcd murder
After living tho testimony In
the case, all of wliltli lias nppunrod
III tho It u I I o 1 1 n, Judge Thayer
committed Iho licenced fur trial at
tho Circuit Court on tho first charge
of murdering l.ouis Ake. On the
io ond churgo, of murdering his
wlfo, Rawlins, on bohnlf of his cli
ent, waived examination and Kn-
innkit was also committed for trial.
, "-"'X'j ' '",'V ,, "i" .V,
hearing did not appear worried In
any way. i lip! did not seem to te.u-
, le : 1C ,'orf(,;lo ,mstloii he Is placed
In. and chatted nwny unconcornedly
with Attorney Rawlins.
PINECTAR 'SALES CO.
' .-FILES INCORPORATION
Articles of Incorporation wcro filed
this morning by tho Plnictur Balo
Company which will go Into the liusl
I'ess or marketing Iho pluc ipple jti'rr.
on tho mainland. The capital slock of
thp corporation In llx-il nt l!0,0iin wlih
the ptlvllego f extension to 10,000
in llio future.
Tho officers "f the corporation nro
Norman Wntklns. Kmll A. Uerudt, Ily
-) rlJtlt M 0 ciivliiBtnn.
15185 i-dllitrliil n : iiSr.fl
liu-lm-s tifili'c. Tlii'' tire the lei.'.
plume iiuiiihcrs of Ihe II ill let In.
Nnmher Will He
(Jn II, Love)
Champion Surfboard Rider
Brings Medal For Life
(leorgo Fieclh, tho ifiost expert
rurlhoat ilder and life saver In tho
.veil:!, arrived n Iho l.uilluo this
meniliig fioni Hun Francisco. Tho
famoiiH KWlmmer looks in Uiu pink of
condition, and he huu llllcil out a lit
tle ijuslng tb.' Jhrccjcarti lio has been
uwuy from Hawaii.
Aq hiioii us lio laiulod from the
Fteauicr, Fivetli was taken In hand by
ii limicli i.-f filends nnd they Insisted
on tioelng. the lieaiillful medal that
win nwurdeil by Congf.tss. to Mm. 1.
win for wcit-lt dono r.t Allanlle. Cltyl
Hint Frrelli was so courplcuously hod.
...rl .. t I n 1 .. tl .. - ......'
oicd. and Ins
ivtwiii in jitua r.,iYi-u
Is n long one. '
"Well, It Is good lo bo b-jck In tho
old place." icmirkod Fieolh llibi
miming, "I don't quite kuow how long
I will stny In Honolulu, hut It may
If tome time.
The ciuiiiiplou surflioiird man will
weml his way out to Wulklkl soon, nud
ho will ho iikloundcd at tho progress
madii by the boys mid gills of the city
In tho nrt of surlhoardiug. During
tho last few years the tqiort hits been
taken up with vim. nnd now thrio nro
dozens who can enmo rushing In stand
ing en their heads an u surfboard.
Freatb spent some tlmo nt Venice
lu Southern California, nnd his swim
lulu:; powers nsloulshed tho frequent
rs of that wnteilng ploco.
REBEKAHS VvILL BE
HONORED BY ODD FELLOWS
I. jlhtj Malson liner Wllhclmlna Is due
Cimtnn Oahu, No, 1. Putrlnlclis. Jo.orrfv'o'ln tmrt hero noxt Tuosdni'.
MIMtiiiit. will conrer the Decoration being the next liner or tho Mntsiin
r.f Chivalry on two prominent, R6-( line' fo roaclf HoiioFulu.
beknhs of thin city on Friday 'evoii,- . r
Ing. October Ji. at" Odd Follmys' , jTOMQItnpW AFTERNOON ut five
Hall. o'clock tho W. O. Hall sails tor Kauai
It was the Intention of Iho Canton ports, Inking on cargo today tor her
to cenfer tho decoration .tomorrow, destination,
evening,' but on n;cnunt of the III-, "
nets or one r Iho ladles ()n whom HHLNOIMS OIL the steamer Bantu
Ihe decointlnn Is to iia conferred. Mnrln '8 ",,w " r"", " Honolulu,
the event has been postponed to the Tho vessel sailed from Port Ban Luis
date above- mentioned. ,on Saturday, bound for this port.
The decoration .orcmonles are to AI.0NZ0 a.nTI.KY and E. J. Lord
be followed by a datico on the roor Wl.r lull,rnlllK ,,3S3engorB from lln
garden of the O.M lelluws' Hull, to Wl ,, lm,rlllllB lp vinMiw.
which ull Odd Fellow.', Rohekiilm nud
fi lends uro Invited. Everything U l'ROJl 0AV1OTA the ships M K.
going to be rrep, and an onjonliIo
evening Is looked forward to,
ADDITIONAL HIPPINQ ON PAQB EIOHT, i
. J, 'I
WATERFRONT NOTE! J ARRIVED
TIII5I1E IS a repart that Cnplntn
Kill will bo relieved from his emu
mniiil of Iho Mongolia wlnn Hint ves
sel nilltis hack In Hun I'rnuclsco
lliuii her ireent trip which will bo
en Octobvr II. This icpori comes
fivin Yokohnma where, It Is reported,
Kilt nearly put tho big liner on the
i .. .., . ...lu ... i.i- i
brnkwnler while coming to his buoy
Just Insldo the eutrniico of tho Inner
harbor. (Icnernl Mnnager Schwerln
was on tho dock at Iho tlmo and saw
(ho maneuvering of tho Mongotln with
which lie was so disgusted that ho
would have transferred Captain Haun
dors of (he Manchuria to Iho Mongolia
mid left that liner In command of
Chief Olllcer Rico but for the fact
Hint the vessel must go Into qiuirnti
tine. Kilt was told to go hack on Iho
Manchuria as n passoiger but tho
lunrnullne id thu Manchuria left him
In elmrgo of his own ship for the rest
of tho present vovigo.
PINEAPPLES IN cans will form
the greater part of the cargo or tho
'Mnlsoii ficlgliter Novndnn which sails
for tlo coast via Hawaiian ports lato
Ji'diiy, the greater, pari or, io ship
ments being consigned to Seattle.
Twenty-five thousand cases of the
frill! will leave Hawaii for tho main
land by this vessel nud on the l.urllne
when that vessel gets) away for &rip
Frnnclsc.ii there will be a consignment
of about 20.(100 enscs of tho ftult des
tined 'or Snn l-rnncltco,
It Is staled that" the largo iKn'iand
from tho NorlKwos ror tho fanned
pines is llio result or mo cxiumi nt
tho Seattle exposition of this fruit
and Sentlb Is the distributing point
for the wholo Northwest country.
' THAT THE next vessel ot tho Inter
Island licet lo ho huill will ho mos
quito proof Is a possibility nnd In thnt
ease tho pasongers oyen on tho lee
ward side while Iho vessel Is at an
chor will not bo troubled by mosqui
toes while Iho ship Is lying nt an
chor The first mosquito proof steamer
ever filled was leccntly put In Ihe
African trado by tho Holt lino, nnd
ere quarters as well ns passenger nc
commoinllons wtro nil furnished with
mosquito mesh for tho ports and doors
s- thnt the disease hearing Insects
can net penetrate nnd disturb tho
sleep of cither.
LATE TODAY tho Mntscn freight
er Nrvadnn will sail from Honolulu
nnd will call at Knhulul, Knannpall
Hllo and Port Allen sailing from the
latter pert on October I for tho conBt.
Tho NVvadan will lako hut little sug
ar on this trip most or her cargo bi)
lug made up or cannod pineapples.
Thero Is freight on board tho Nova-
dan for all tho ports sho caljs at In
tho Islands. This morning nt six
thirty Iho Nevadan went over to the
Mnteen dock from the railroad wharf
where she has been discharging coast
cargo, nnd will sail from her resent
berth this afternoon ror Kuhulul.
CUTTEIt THETIS has slipped
quietly out of tho harbor and Is off
on another cruise. It Is understood
Unit sho will mako several Island
portH beforo proceeding on u cruise
to tho westward looking for power
Bampans whero thry liuvo no hnst
iicsh to bo except to catch opium
thrown from Incoming Oriental
THE AMERICAN hark Andrew
Welch which nrrlveil two ilnyn ago
brought nine, passengers as well ns n
hill general earcn Tor Hawaii,
Welch "will loud sugar hero and will
- , - .t. -. ... ..... I
k i nwny mi inn rciiirn io uiu cuasi
about next Wednesday
TIliltTY-ONE euttlo nnd flfty-novrn
parknges of sundries mndo up tho
eargo or the steamer W. (1, Hall whlcfi
arrived at seven o'clock this morning
Ironi Knual ports; Tho vessel brought
tho usual number or pusscngtrs.
SATURDAY Inst tho schooner Mu
riel salted from Han Francisco with
general cargo. Tho schooner Is
bound for llonolpu. On tho same date
tho schooner Salom sailed from Tu-
cuma bound ror Knhulul,
HAII.1NOS ror Honolulu during tho
past two days Includo Iho Manchurln
which got nwny from Ban Francisco
yesterday, and tho- Makitra wljlch sail
c'd ,ori Monday fj-uin Bydnry.
8AILIN0 today from San Frnnclseo
Chllcott and Iho
Falls of Clvdo nro
both en route to Honolulu.
, - - - - -r
S, H. I.iirllno. Wicdoti.
S, H. Cliiudlno, tmnt tlnJlill and
H. H. W. (I.'llnll, from Kniml sirtr.
H. H. Wnllide, from Knlllilnl.
Wednesday, 6pt. 23.
S. S. Novndan. for Ban I-Vanclivi
vn Island porU.
KASbtriuunu snsirnv i
Per 8. 8. I.iirllno. from Snn Fran
cisco, Bfpt. 28. J. Wagner. 'Mrs. (J.
Flanders nnd child, Mrs. J. Muchly
Mrs. V. I Lyle and child, if. Under.
Mrs. J. M. (Ire'shnm M)ss I. M. tlrcsh
am, Miss A, KnniiSif, Miss II..Knousr,
Miss K. Iird. V. Kenyon. ilrn. J. YV
Leonard nnd child, Miss U J. Law
.1. M. Wiley, Miss II. Wlloy.iTUlss J
Pratt. Mrs. J. O. Moore. Miss I). Mey
er, Miss M. Thomai), L. Hnmmcl, O
I). Frclth, L. A. Qiilnn. E. L. Mills, J.
W. Powers. P. W, Ring. W. Walsh.
Mrs. Walsh, Mrs. L. Curtis and child,
L, M, Fox,, A. Krujcwsklj-A I.'va'ser.
CMenko Mliis1 f'rioinlnierJ'' It. 0.
J. J. Sullivan Mrs. M. Knlfcli't. A. M.
Wclisler, Mrs. Webster nmi 3'rlilMrcn,
W. M. Templctnn, Judge MeTny. Mrs.
McKay, E,;i:.$Ualult, i'T
Per 8. 8. Otaudlno. frolrV. Hawaii
and Maul jiorts, Sept. 2R. AUt, Welch.
,. Hartley, K. J. Urd. Cnplfjli llrulin.
T. Osakl, Ah FMik. C. Achmi, Taka
wn, S. Ah Look. Miss II. Ibil'Vou, Mrs
M. W. Hogc. F. B. Ilnrvcyt. Kalian
nnd wife, J. F. Mackenzie. Miss E.
Lloyd, Miss 11. Lloyd, J. Al Shccdy,
and wlfo. it. noilr.il, W. S.;Sycst and
child, A. 8. Prolcott fr; Jtt'tlr. 1). 8.
Meyer, If. K. Far,. I Lynn, MrB. J. 8.
Klkoo and child. 8. M. Knin, O. Wnl-
dryer. Mrs. C. W. Iuisni and 39 deck.
Per 8. 8. W. 0. Hal', from Kauai
ports. Sept. 28. C. W. Bplti. Mrs. II.
Armstrong, Rev. W. Anlt. Mrs Smith,
I. Conway, Mrs. W. Rarnard. Miss
Irwin. Dr, Ocorge Muddy, M. Ho, K.
Nnkamoln, J, Yqinanaka and 21 deck.
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PASBeiOEHb eoorvtu I
Pcr 8. 8. W. (I. illiill, for Kauai
ports, Sept. 29. Mrs.. 1). Knullkn and
child. R, V. T. Purvis, Mr. Irwin, O.
N. WHcox, J. tiockctt.
STIiASfKK CLAUDINE arrived at
and Maul ports with a general cargo
contdt.tlng of 31 curds, of wqpd, honcy
nnd oilier Island products, nineteen
hags, ono horse and ono iiiitgmoblle.
PltnSER Kini.lNO of tho Clnudliui
rojorts Iho Elhej Zatc, Ciunano nnd
Ilorcnlls nt Hllo on Monday nnd tho
ship W. T. Lewis nt Knhulul. yester
STEAMER WAH.KLE arrived Ibis
morning from Knllhlwal with general
cargo No passengers cumo lit by this
Sugar Scouritics Continue
to Decline Day By
Another day ol general depression
followed many previous ones on thu
lo nl stock cxciiungo tpiny. The
market wna Weaker 'than! .over, am)
tho apparently Inoxpjlcubla drop in
certain stocks continued iijicliccked.
There was planty of trading both
on the board nnd- hetweoti sessions,
hut It did not tervo to ttrciigthen
the falling, sugar' securities, Hono.
kaa,. Walaliia, Oahu and Ewa wcro
the stocks cliiclly dealt In, and the
first thrcu wcro all on tho toboggan.
Honolulu sold nt 1:1.75. tho last ro
port being It. Thirty-llvo shares
went nt this figure, Onhu and Wnl
nlua wcro the mediums of most ac
tivity Firty Oahu sold yesterday
nltrriioon ut 29.30, but today nil
kinds or rales woro reported at 29,
blocks or fi.rp, to. 30', irr. 'io, in. 25,
10, 5 and 10 going at, ths ow mark.
Walaliia followed Its pumrhuto
tactics of tho past fow days by go
ing down tn. 115, and forty-flvo
BhnK's fouiiij a markct'ut this price.
' Dividend's, of J5 a Bfiaro woro de
clared this,- morning liy 'tl'ip Kekaha
Sugar Company and tho Koloa Sugar
Company. .Kekaha has Issued 8000
slmrea and Koloa 5000.
i Tho proposal that tho .stock ex
change take a three r,r four days'
vacation wus not recolvcd with favor
by remit of tho iirqkerii, who felt thnt
tho present condition! of tho market
docs not wnrr'ant It.
F. IS. Hnloy was held to nnswor
lieferr Iho United Stntes (Irand Jury
nt Iho October term this morning by
I United States Commissioner Jihld
with bond fixed at JW0. Mo Ii clinrn
ed with purchasing a revolver twin
a soldier at Schoflcld flurrncks.
WednUdsy, Sept. 23.1