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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, SEPT. 2, 1911.
II miol ii lu Cliiiplir Murk
Aliilm Tiniple I.Vuilar.
AP V.sltlnr uirabeni ol tke
Order are co.-dtally Invited to
attend Tjiffliit;nf loCfll lortgee
Meet on the
End and 4th
tt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
' iiBiur tiipitif rnN nemueri 01
aninc tnoinccni oti,ei &u0.
MENEFICIALAIATIOIi. eiationi cor-
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
-.Meets ciry llrt nml tlilnl Tuesdny
,of cadi iiicmtli In Fraternity lt.il), I O.
O. I'. building, M-itlng bmthi-rs cor
(flally Invlli'il to attend
II FOSTER, Sachem.
'u li V TODD, (.'. of H.
I0H0LUIU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. 1.
''' HonIu)u Lodge No. 61, B. P. 0.
Ike, meets tn their hall, on King
treet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Urotbere are cordially
Invited to attend.
D. P. n. ISENRERQ, E. R.
OEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
.WM. KcKINLEY I0DOE. NO. 8,
X ot P.
Heci every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Ball, cor. Tort and lleretanta. Visit
ing brother! cordially Invited to at
tend. F. F. KH.UE7, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. R. S.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first und third Friday nt
7;S0 o'clock, l'l (lil.iu Hall, corner Here
tanla nml Fort streets. Vlsltlns broth
ers conlliilly Invited to attend.
s. dbckbr. c a
O HKIN'K, K. i,t It
, ' HONOLULU ACRIC 140, r. O C.
Sleets on second and fourth Wednes
day evening of iin-h nionlli nt 7:20
i i'i liii'l;. In Kdii Antonio I hill, Vlni'yiiri)
, itrnt, near Dniiiiii. Mulling brothel s
nru Invited to ill -in).
IIKO. A DAVIS, W. V.
JI C M C'OV, Secy.
Stomach, Liver, Kidney and
THE W0K0SSS0 Cn,Mlfl
AND THIS flCTUM MUST
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Mf Wud on Slooub, B)ou) FxIui,
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Uuluva, luJ Ic
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Imwim, bwiwfcc. DuSkm, Crttrl, Ina
Dim LMt.tt. PUOMf I (OUDJA,
ox. RkmjmllMa. Imoum Blood. Ciunb.
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mm, Kcmovn Wona4, (Jucu m
A CnM Tonic for Wan,
tM sm etrtfc 1 1 lu U.M. I lor MM
Nuiia Bio. Btawmls CcoboiukI Hotwlo.
MMIIIIOM W MCOOOL loOffforS lk !
Honolulu Drug lo.
, MILTON & PARSONS
Are showing the
LATEST PARISIAN EFFECTS IN
Hotel Street Opposite Young Hotel
ADVANCE SHOWING OF
MISS POWER'S PARLORS
M .wii mih tncolmi: j. niccK-
Hit ol llllo. H'linneil hum the const
III lilt' lllitlullllJII HiIh iiuiniliiR.
JAMKS t.,t'KTT U hack from n
liilxlnci-s mill lilennurc tilp to tlin
niiiliiliiinl. i i'l timing jih ii iiasKPtuscr tn
Hip llniiiilulaii thin liKirnlnR,
IAMPS Clli.'l, MniiaRur of the Itn-
nolnlii iilnnt.illiin whs n ictiiriiliiK
imsHi'iiKcr rnnii tlic rnaliilaiul In the
Mnlsnii NittlrT.itton Ktciimcr Ilimoln
Ian. S R. l'AXSON, loent IciircReiitn-
tlu for Iho HltiKcr Hewing; Machine
Company Ii lmck fioiii n Iniilness tilp
to (ho mainland, lit1 wait an arrlv.O
in tlin Mattton N'mlfintlori fitcaine"
Mil. AND .MRS. KtJNZ, n vamlf"
illli- team came down from the co.iHt
in the Mntxon N'ali;:tlon steamer
llutioltihin. Tlie will open an en--.iirenient
wllli one of (he local mov-
t n it picture houses.
SIII'i:itlNTi:.N'l)i:NT POP!! Ii Imsy
these days atteiiilhiK tn the many
hmnltcils of detnlU that attend the
opetiliii? of u pnhllr sclnxi) term. The
teaclieis assignment list will he ready
In n couple of days.
OKOIlOi: WARD, n mnchlnlst en
Klneer In the employ of the lute
Island Steam Navigation Company,
has Just returned from a threo
months' Miration trip to. the States.
Whllo away he visited Ills boyhood
home nt Patterson, New Jersey.
MRS. .1. C MOCINE. wife ot the
chief engineer of Iho American oil
Innker .1. A. Chnnslor, wns on arrival
nt Honolulu this morning, called here
by the serious Illness of her husband.
Chief Engineer Moclno was obliged to
enter the Queen's hospital where a
successful operation has been per
OPS SCHUMAN, n local automobile
end horse dealer returned as a pas
sengcr In the ltonolulan this morn'
Ing, bringing with him seventy head
of livestock to fill orders on hand. Mr.
Schuman returned In time to partlcl-
liato In a hearing which will take
place beforo the lire committee of -the
city mid county supervisors who nro
tn the market for a suitable motor
driven fire engine.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
.Manufacturers' Shoe Co. will be
open this evening, but closed all day
Monday, Labor Day.
St. Andrew's Priory will commence
the fall term on Monday, Sept. 11.
The band plays at the Athletic Park
on iMhuv Day.
Anjono who wishes hibiscus stems
can get them by calling nt the Ex
porlmcnt Station between September
n and '.'.
Tuesday and Wednesday, Mrs. '"ay
lor will make a special showing of
fancy get animus In Young building,
you nro Invited.
The public genctally is Invited to
all at the milk dciHit of Honolulu
Dnlrj men's Ahsoi'lalloii uiid co the
imw electric purifying apparatus In
The lolet dule liquid mvdcr sold
I iy Ilcnson, Smith & Co., Ltd., is u
HiiH-rliir prepuintion Hint Is easy td
upplv and will lemalu mi Iho face In
high winds. It comes In two sizes
and two similes.
Mexican rough hats, Just tho thing
for hdiool. Pougeo silks, ulijrt waUts,
snudiil wood boxes and funs. Hawaii
V South Seas Curio Co., Young build
ing. L'::0 subjects lu Hawaiian post
Genuine Persian Angora kittens will
bo on display In A. 1). Arlelgu & Co.'h
window on Hotel street on Friday and
Saturday of tlilt week. They are pure
white In color with long silky fur and
u beautiful liiiii.o uruntuent. Hied
from liedlgret-ij stock In Honolulu.
loo Vlilal, a Porto Illcan, who was
stubbed last night at MollllII, Is In
Ihu hospital, suffering from two deep
wounds, which weto Inlllrled on hliu
by Manuel Itamos. Tho wounds, !5c
cnrdlng to Iho physicians ore not
Supixirtlng Harry Corson Clarko
nnd ilargatet Dale Owen on their
faiewell tour of Ihe West, will he
found Knthcriue Kdson, William Hoi
den, Hetty Tracy, Elmer Italian). Vail
i Unban, Eucgiie Oecr, 'Mnybelle Al
berta, Harry Morgan and A. J. Illtch-
Jinny Ann Lincoln applied for a dt
Mil co yesterday from her husband,
Ned Lincoln, 0:1 tho grounds of cruel
ty Tho latter works with the Inter
Island Steamship Company and re
cches a renumorntlon ot twelvo dob
lars n week. Ills wife alleges that
ho has been In tho habit of coming
homo Intoxicated nnd of calling her
Ule names. Sho had to leave the
homo .four limes during her married
Assistant United States District
Attorrey W. T. Ilawllns has denied
the rumor tliut ho Is severing his
connection with tho district court nnd
taking up n iiosltlon on tho mainland
Ooorgo Johnson, who wns bead
Janitor of the Odd Fellows building
has been appointed tn a similar posi
tion In tho new Y, M. C. A. building
Ho Is to have btner.il assistants am!
will take up his duties nbout the end
of the ptcscnt month.
Y. M, C, A: BIO MEMBERSHIP.
NEW YORK, Aug. 25. The Young
Men's Christian Association has MG,
037 mention, n gain of 39,4t8 during
tho past year, according to tho asso
ciation's ear book of North America,
City Transfer Co. -
JAS. H. LOVE
, ; ' i i 1 1 i I
A.-II. LINE ARRANGE SCHEDULE
FOR AN INCREASED SERVICE
Freighter Columbian With Heavy Cargo In Port a Day Ahead
of Time Increased Facilities at Sajina Cruz Honolu
lan Brought Passengers and, Stock Shipments Mauna
Kea Arrived With Big List of Excursionists.
With a view of handling n large
sharo of the biggest crop of sugar
ever produced In the llawallsn Islands,
the American-Hawaiian steamship line
will be prepared to open the season
with a far better and more frequent
serlce between Island ports nnd the
Isthmus of Tehuantepec.
Captain Colcord, bale and hearty
master ot the. good ship Columbia,
brought his vessel into port at an
early hour this morning utter what ho
terms an uneventful seven-day and
ulghtcen-hour voyage from Senttle.
According to Captain Colcord, the
terminal facilities belonging to the
American-Hawaiian lino nt Sallna
Cruz are being steadily augmented by
newer nnd more modern uppllunces
for the quick handling of freight
"Wo can now easily 'take care of
nineteen thousand tons weight of
freight at Sallna Cruz In eleven work
ing days of nine hours each," stated
the skipper of the Columbian when
usked concerning the reported in-
crecso In the American-Hawaiian l'a
( lllc service.
Improvement of terminal facilities
n. Sallna Cruz ure going forwutd nil
tho tlmo und It Is claimed that the
port has few equnlB on the Puclllo for
tho quick dispatch ot cargo.
From what cun be gleaned, it Is
understood that u new scheduio of
sailings for both the Atlantic nnd tho
Piitiflc Is now under preparation ut
the New York headquarters, if lucre
tonnage Is needed tn order to cuvry
out a more frequent service ot. the
triangular route, It will be found, is
tho way that phase of the matter was
put this morning.
American-Hawaiian freighters now
cover tho Sallna Cruz, San Francisco,
Seattle, Hawaiian Island route on nil
average of ewiry twelvo d lys. Dur
ing tho coming sugar season It is
predicted that this time will bo ma
Tho Columbian binitght n quantity
ot railway mntcii.il for discharge nt
llllo. There Is 11 considerable 'ship
ment of tin plate for tho local can
neries, Other Ileum of cargo Include
feed stuffs, Hour, hay, and general
merchandise. The Columbian Hwurmod
with stevedores us soon us sho rnnio
ulongsldo tho railway wharf. The es
sel will remain until the middle of
the week beforo plorocdlliK to Inland
ports for sugar.
Wmilt'il Siili-in.irlne dual.
Captain Hyde, master of the Mai-
son Navigation sea-going tug Intrepid,
Is in search of u new species of an
imal likened to a goat whirn might
bo Induced to go ocr the sld-i of the
Itallunt but venerable b-irk Molitct"!
und there hrewse upon that croi 01
lUMiilnnt vegetation which for months
linn llrmly attached Itself to the bot
tom of tho ciuft, which now rld'M tl.o
w. -iters of the harbor in tho liumblo
capacity of onrge for tho storage of
s.ifcnr or other cargo. "A submrrlno
gout is what I need for trlmniliu 'he
seaweed that now dangles from the
Ii Jlil of tho Mohican," admitted the
Inticpld skipper, who has m.'.do hta
home on boa'd tho trim hulk. It mn;
bu snld, howover, that there 'a no
moss clinging to any portion of the
Mohican exposed above water line.
She is a craft of polished floors, nnd
a mighty clean Interior. Though the
vessel first met tho brlney deep oer
thirty years ego, she Is declnred as
staunch as my craft built In these
nuidrrn times of cheap mato.-l.il und
of more recent date.
Honolulin to Make Short Stay,
TIilrty-lx passongcrs and seventy
eight head mules and horses left tho
MhIboii Navigation steumer Honolu
latt Immediately after arrival at
llackfeld wharf this morning and that
vessel wns given a quick dispatch for
llllo. whoro four thousand olgbt hun
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schtitz Beer
- Phone 1281
- - T4-rr4T-r rJ
dred tons general enrgo must be dis
charged. I Tho llonolulnu departed for tho big
! Island shortly nfter two o'clock lo-
. day. There Is a new purser In tho
popular Matson bout and his mime
' , ,r , .. ... .
x. 11. i.cey, wno ior some years
was a well known official In tho Mat
son steamer Enterprise and later wns
transferred to the freight clerk's of
fice In the Wllhelmlna. I.ovoy tnkoa
the iiosltlon of purser and wlroless
operator vacated by Purser O'Nell,
who Is said to have left the service.
Captain Uonnctt, reports a pleas
ant trip down from Son Francisco.
Tho passengers nnd livestock belnn
in the main for Honolulu decided tho
chnnge in course of tho ltonolulan
to make Honolulu first and llllo nnd
A good sized mainland ninll arriv
ed In tho vessel thoro being 233
sacks for tho local office
Hut fifty-two tons of freight was
left hero, while for Knhulul the llo
iiolulnn carries 211 ton.
Llkellke Here With Firewood.
Tho cargo brought by the Intcr
Islatid steamer .I.lkellko from Klpa
liulu and an arrival this morning in
cluded 120 cords firewood and IS
packages sundries. Tho steamer met
with fine woollier on the round trip
with light varlnblo winds and smootn
Helene Brought Cattle.
The lutcr-lsland steamer Helene
was an arrival tit Ihe port this morn
ing bringing n Shipment of sovetity
slx head cattle from Kawalliae. Tho
c.isel met with fair weather on tho
General Merchandise for Mahukona.
The American biirkcutine Irnigard,
with a full shipment of general mer
chandise is reported to have left San
Finuelseo on Iwit Friday for Mahu
Tcrril11rl.1l Ha ml mil (.'net Shiinjo.
The Territorial iinnd hnH been en
gaged to luoered to sen and meet the
new nnd palatial Japanese liner Shun
yo Main, to arrive from tho Orient on
or about September Dili. Thu Mut
hoii Navigation lug Intrepid has been
cominlsKloued to carry the band boys
to the msbi'I's side.. The tug will bo
under tho direction of Captain llydo
und wilt hear suitable decoration for
lliikiibiu JIcihIh Hie 1,1st.
Hukuliiu lends In the amount of
sugur stored nt Hawaii warehouses,
according to 11 sugar list brought to
this )iui t by Purser Phillips of the In-ter-lslund
steumer Mauna Ken. The
list Is as follows: Olaa, 3130 bags;
Wnlakcu, 18,000; Hawaii Mill, 2S00;
Wnlnuku, 11,000; Onomeu, 12,210; Pe
peekeo, GS00; Hononiu, C8S0; Huku
liiu, 30,000; Uiupiihoehoe, C200; Ooka
lu, 2000; Kukulutt, D. 784, 11. ni8; Ko
hololele, 7C00; Punaluu, 7978; llonu-
. Tho Chronicle of Aug. 2Cth Bays:
Tho new steamer Klluuea, which has
been under course of construction for
several months nt the union Works,
will ho sent down tho ways at 1:30
o'clock this afternoon. The vessel
will bo christened by Miss Jesslo
Kennedy, daughter of the president of
the Inter-lBlnnd Steamship Company,
by which tho craft will bo operated
lu tho scrvlco among the Hawaiian
Tho Kllauea Is simitar to the Ma
nila Ken, which was tho last vessel
turned out by (tie Union Iron Works
for tho Inter-Island Company. The
now steamer will bo ready to steam
for tho IslnndB In a couplo of months.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
5d id d ?d
Atll?, a III. n in. a in
Sk Hill o.ai oi!
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31 ' 10.15 I.I I..V)
,1 llfl 1.5 J.M
1.11 1.7 ll.:m 3.
3 I t Oil 1.7 4 SS
I ( 6.1!
J 11 3.41 0.1:
I 5 41 0.13
' S4i eis
7M 5 45 8.11
S45 6 4.'. 0.10
First quarter of the moon Aug, 30.
Time not stated In tables.
Columbian Had Northwest Mali.
Tho American-Hawaiian freighter
Columbian from Sallna Cruz by the
way of San Francisco and Senttle,
brought seventeen sacks of mall from
thO Pacific northwest.
Captain Lane Now a Pilot.
Captain Lane hns been appointed
temnor.nrllv In thn ntnpn nr nn..,nin t
It. Mncaulny as pilot for Honolulu
nnrnor, during tho brief suspension
of Captain Mncaulay. Tho matter
of reinstatement of the well known
pilot will be lino of the matters to
eomo nit for consideration at tho
meeting of tho harbor cnmmlsslon
mi next Tuesday.
Korea Away for the Mainland.
Eighty-five cabin passengers de
parted for tho mainland In the Paci
fic Mall Imer Koreaj which sailed for
Snn Francisco nt lilno' o'clock this'
morning. Tho Korea carried a largo
qunntlty of preserved plueiippleH
amounting to nearly twenty thousand
cases. Tho depaituro of tho liner
wus witnessed by a largo gathering
nt Alakea wharf. The Korea was
given a goodly mall for ho states.
Sherman and Twentieth on Monday.
Bringing tho Twentieth Infantry In
cluding band nnd headquarters, the
United States Army transport Sher
man from (Manila by tho way of Mntl
,eles and Nngasakl, Js expected to
arrive at Honolulu on Monday on
route to San Frnnclsco. Tho Twen
tieth will disembark here fur station
end the band will remain thore until
the Twentieth Is ordered to Its new
post on tho mainland. Tho battalion
of the Twentieth at Fort Shatter has
been detached Irom tho remainder of
tho regiment "for nearly four years,
during which time It has not had an
nppoitunlty ot heurlng the musicians.
The headquarters and two battalions
of the Twentieth nro Just completing
their tour of duty In the Philippines.
There Is very little room In tho
Sherman for passengers though a few
officers will' he accommodated for
transportation to San Francisco.
Sparks from the Wlrelcw.
M. N. S. S. I.urllne, en roulo Ho
nolulu to San Francisco, 9:30 p. in.,
Sept. 1. 900 miles out; moderate N.
K. wind and sea.
M. N. S. S. Hllonlan, en roiite-Illlo
to San Francisco, 8 p. m.. Sept. 1.
1021 miles out; moderate trades; sea
U. S. A. T. Sherman, en route Ma
nila to Honolulu, 8 p. m , Sept. 1.
r.fil miles off.
Shipping ut llllo includes: The
IlorenllH, which Is still alongside the
Railroad wharf, will finish discharg
ing this week nnd probably sail for
Paget Sound on Monday, says the
The schooner Prnser, hound for
this port, Is now ten days out from
Puget Sound, bringing n cargo of
Tho schooner Snlvador, Is charter
ed by tho llllo Mercantile Company
to bring n cargo of lumber hero from
The schooner Melrose, from Pitgct
Sound with lumber for this port, ar
rived hero Monday after a passago of
Tho American-Hawaiian steamer
Mlssourlan, Captain Lyons, arrived
hero from Knhulul on Tuesday nnd
will sail for Sallna Cruz direct Into
Hnckfohl and Co. havo two ves
sels chartered to leavo tho Sound
during the next mouth with lumber
for this city.
Malls are duo :rom the followlni
points as follows:
San Francisco Sierra, Sept. 8.
Yokohama Shunyo Jlnru, Sept, 8.
Colonies Makura, Sept, 12.
Victoria Marama, Sept' 13
Mails will dopart for the followtnt
points aa follows:
Yokohama America Mnru, Sept, B,
Vancouver Makura, Sept, 12.
San Francisco Shunyo Miiru, Sept
Sydney Marama, Sept. 13.
Dlx at Seattle, out of commission.
Iogan, from Honolulu, for San Fran
cisco, arrived May 12,
Sheridan, from Honolulu for Manila,
Sherman, sailed from Manila, Aug. 14.
crook, arrived 8. F. Apr. 13. ,
Uuford, sailed from Honolulu for Sun
Francisco, arrived Aug. 15.
Warren Stationed nt tho Philippine. I
Thomas ut San Francisco under re-'
pairs , ,,
"Van Dyck" Means
Double Value Why ?
Beeauie we make our cigars In Tampa, Fla., Instead of on
the Island of Cuba.
Havana tobacco .costs half as. much when imported In the leaf
s it doea In the form of cigars.
And this saving of 100 per cent, duty goes Into Van Dyck
i "Quality," and la afforded each smoker.
In Cuba we have our own
warehouses and preparatory
Through our experts, on the
ground, we get the pick of the
choicest tobacco grown 'the'
finest Havana tobacco,
. On native soil these leaves
an mellowed Into thsV fullest
fragrance land flavor then
shipped to our factory In
At Your Dealers
M. A. GUNST A CO. "The
" PAS8ENQER3 DEPARTED. j
Per P. M. S. S. Korea, for'San Frail
ctsco, Sept. 1 It. U, Cotton, Mrs. M,
Mead, Miss Lord, Miss Park, It. E.
Olds and wife, J, I Ronton, Mrs. O.
F. Kenton, Mm. W. F. Frenr and two
children, E. I.nngor, A. W. Carter,
wlfo and two children, Mrs. J. 1),
ltclly, Mrs. Janet llobcon, Mrs. Wm.
E, Dnrgle nnd maid, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Herg, .Mrs. 11. Meyer, Miss B.
Cross, Mrs. F. It. Day, Miss Morjorte
Oilman, E. E. Jaeger, wlfo and child,
E. W. Davis, Mrs. J. S. McOrow. J. T,
McQrow, H. II. Wood nnd wife, P. II.
Wood. C. W. Emerson, II. W. For
ward und wife, Dr. nnd Mrs. Cliue.
Kent, Hon. James B. Carter, W. T.
Ilnwllns, II. Pratt. J. L. llurgoyno,
F. J. Elscusohn nnd wife. Dr. J. N
McCormack and wife, W. T. Garden,
Miss K. A. NVhltlng. W. H. Whltln'g,
J. Wnkclletd, II. Uoesuiau nnd wife,
n. Hoesman, Mrs. ,Alend Webb, Mr.
und Mis, W. A. Atkinson. Mrs. J. P.
Warren, M. A. Warren, II. B. taliind,
Harry Leahy, Jack lleani, O. Fisher,
Mn. C. O'Maley, Geo P. Denlson,
Ix-e Chu, Miss (1. Ilernetta, Miss Mao
Gulbrailh, J, II. Magoon, Miss I. Sax,
K. West. Mrs. K. F. West, Miss B. M.
Moore, Mrs. O. Weston, T. U Peter
son, F. C. Allen and M. T. Miller.
Per stmr. Clatidlne, for Maul and
Hawaii, Sept. 1. W. O. SmIJIi. L. J.
Warren, W. W. Chamberlain. V. J.
Fitrnes, Miss Roso Akl, Miss M. Mac
gotin. II. D. Mende, A Adams, Mrs.
JI. M. araham, J. J. Walsh, W. Walsh,
C. H. Drown. Miss V. Nuukana, W. F.
Pogue and sou, W. S. Russell nnd
wire, Miss A. Tun Ynil, Miss 1.1111a
SnvarlR. Miss N. A. Applcgarth. Miss
Mary Litni, Miss S. II. Sum. Mrs, II.
Moses and child, Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Hermit. W. D. Stone, It. C. Urown
and child. Mrs. Henley mid child, M.
(!, Paschoal, wife und two children.
I PASSENGERS BOOKED
..- . k
Per stmr, Mlkahnla, for Maul nnd
Moloknl ports, Sept. 5 J. N. S. Wll
llonis. Miss M. Novln, Mrs. Ferdner.
Per stmr. Klnaii, for Kauai ports,
Sept. B C. H. Urown, Mrs. Millie, 0.
P. Wilder, A. Lewis, Jr., Mrs. J. H.
Soper, Miss U. Soper, Miss Horn W.
Albright, a. II. Fnlrchlld and wlfo.
Per stmr. Mnitna Ken for Hllo and
way ports, Sept, B Miss U Mltrtmnli,
MIsb C. P. tinmen, Eugene Horner,
A. II. Clark, Jr., A. Hanoberg. Mr. nnd
Mrs. B. K. Curtis, 11. D. Ilodgors und
wlfo, Miss Kdna Harden, A. J. Mc
1,00(1 nnd wife.
Per stmr. Mauna I.on, for Kona nnd
Kmi wirln, Sept. 8 Mrs. Meslck, Miss
lxma, Mrs. Urn Stargan, MIsb Mnller,
Miss C. Nnlionti, F. F. Hustace, wlfo
mid children, S. S. Ralph, W. C.
Pnrkc, Miss N. Wallace Mrs. Wal
lace, P. J. Daniel and wife, Miss J.
e ea i
Resolute' from Columbia River.
Tho American schooner Hcsolutd
wllh nliout five hundred thousand
feet of lumber from Columbia lllvor
ports was an arrival nt Honolulu this
Mlssourlan Takes Sunar for the
Tho Amcrlcan-Hnwnilnn freighter
Mlssourlan with a full load ot sugar
destined for tho East const of tho
United Slates departed from Hllo for
Sallna Cruz yestorday nccordlng to
wlreloss received nt tho local branch
of tho Merchants' Bxchntige.
Tho Justices of both the Supremo
nnd Superior courts of Massachusetts
had their salaries Increased about 25
per cent through tho slgnaturu of tho
governor to a new sulnry bill.
Durglars dynamited thu postofllco at,
Jefferson, N. II., und secured (2000.
Here cllmatle eonditieneare
similar to those of Cuba. And
here we employ, none but Cu
ban experts the world'e finest
cigar makers. , , t
Van Dyck "Quality' Is to be
had in twentyseven different
sizes' from the thin, mild pa
netela 'to the fat,' full-flavored
perfecto each one' the utmost'
In Havana perfection'. '' '
3for25o to 2So Each
House of Staples" Distributors'
Per stmr., Mauna Kea, from Ha
waii and Maui ports, Sept. 2, Miss
D. (Hade, Oeo. Olade, L. E. I'crrauP,
U. W. llurden and wife, W. lLCrasko,
1 0. It. Bwart, It. (hithrldge, Russell
1 Outhrldgo, Mrs.- Otithrldge, Mrs. A.
' Akaiiu, Mis. J, Magulro and child, F.
I Hi own, Mrs. C. S. Hollowny. Miss
Hlven; Miss D. Waldron, J. W. Wal
(Ii on, F. Dorhmnn, Jr., Prof. W. T.
' Urlgham, A. Lewis, Jr.. C. B. King,
wiro nnd nurse, J, u. Serrao nnd B
children, H. Ah Hip, Master If. Fer-
nnndoT. It Via A Vnlunn M A. iln
1 Sllva, Mrs. C. Phillips, Mrs. J. S.
Donughho, Mrs A. Kcnwnt, Miss M.
Lttdloff, .Mrs. Franco and 2 children.
' Miss S. Okubo, M. Moiltn, K. Mu-
chlda. I. Motukawn, H. (lornuiu, M.
flrcetibaugh, C. llolte, L. S. Conness,
D. I.ycurgns, U A. Thurston, wlro
and 2 children and 2 servants. Miss
J. (latilt, II., Wlnkleman nnd wife,
Mrs. Wright. Mr. Uerry, U S.Rel
liold, Mrs. Ilclbold, MIssas Holt (2),
Miss B. Alibi, ltev. S. U Desha, Mus
ter D. Dent,' Miss Cockctt, 'Master
Auld, Miss fc. L. Ileeti, Miss 11, Ka
Ina, A dos Aels, J. Keakl, T.' Kurltaul,
W. Kurltanl, Master K. Kurltnul, I,.
D. Larson, J, Young, Mrs. Cabrinha,
Master E. Vlerra, J. Loulz nnd wife,
Miss Pacheco, D. Hronco, Master F.
llroncn, II. Ilethe, II. J. Canton, Miss
M. Sllva. Miss B. Pong, D. L. Rosen
reld, D. Lollh, J. C. Kershaw, Master
Mist, Muster A. Mackenzie, Mrs. T.
It, Walkor, Miss Walker, Miss K.
Gesscll, Miss A, Ilolsteln, Mnstor Tui
King Sun, Master T. Sakal, Master
Hlake, Y. Kiitsaunl, Mrs. F. L. Hnr
rluger und child, J. I,, (lllson, Miss
B. Biilas. A. Hull, Miss F. Carter,
Miss M. Williamson, A. Parsons, Oeo.
F. Wilght, 0. Wight, Mlsn V. 81m
iiions, It. H. Makeliuu, Master Mako
k:m, Master Vrendenberg (2), Miss
M. ninck, S. Alu, wlfo nnd 2 sons; H.
Hurgess,' M C. Scarle, U. Lemon, En
Foil Ijoc, L. Tal Sing. E. Shim, Miss
T. Hnyschlcn. T. Cockett, J. Hell, II.
Tnllnnt. U K. Smith, W. Mende. B.
Weight, T. Sopor, U II. Hart, Mrs.
M. Hoopll and son, I,.. M. Vcttlesen,
Miss I.. Potwlne, Mrs. W. ChllUniv
worlh and child. Miss I. Wodeliouse,
Miss O. Kmger. J. W. Podmore, O. S.
Wright, 8. Dlekorton. O. O. Irvine.
J. D. Cameron, II. M. Olttel, A. F.
Griffiths. C. T. FlttH und wife, K. Ku
wabata nnd wife, Mrs. Oundorson and
? children. Miss A. Hush, Mrs. J. A.
Dortfeld, Misses Hortfeld (2), J. M.
McdelroB, Miss E. Ting, Miss Kim
Lnn, On Apo nnd daughter, Kun Yen,
Chlng Duck, A. Wong, A. McDuffle,
C. II. Olsen E. M. Watson, 11. von
Diimm, II. A. Potorsotl, It. B. Bond,
Miss Forster, A. F. Bwart, A. C.
Wheeler. Geo. II. Dunn. Jr.
Per stmr. Llkellke- from Kuupo nnd
Klpuhulii. S. II. Fujiyama, Mrs. Fred
Keek und children; 3 deck.
Per M. N. H. S. Honolulnn, from
Sjn Francisco. For Honolulu: Wnlter
Anderson, R. I. Auld, Mrs. D. L.
Urown, Oeorge J, "Decker. Mrs. Clenrga
J. Decker, O. T. llnanlman, Mrs. O. T.
Dual dmon. A. O. Curtis, Mrs. A. O.
Curtis, Miss F. Dietrich. James Olbb,
Mrs. Alice dray, A. It. Orlcsermer, A.
M. Hendrlck. Mrc. A, M. Itendrlck, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Kunz, J'lmes I.ycett, Mrs. J.
T. Marr.Mrs. J. C. Moclne, H. 8. Pnx
son, J. W. Potter, Mrs. J. W, Potter,
Mrs. Susiiii Raymond, Helen N. How
land, Noenoo Rowlnnd, James N. Itow
Innd. Hazel Rowlnnd, O. Schuman, If.
K." Smith. N. n. Smith. I.. F. Sternu
man, Miss Alice West.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Saturday, September 2,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Sopt. 2, nt
noon: S. S. Sierra, for Honolulu.
CALICO Sailed, Sopt. 1; Schr. For
ester, for Honolulu.
BATTLE Arrived, Sopt. 1; 8, S.
"Alaskan, from San1 Frnuclsco, j.
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