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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNE8DAY, SEPT. 6, 1011.
MONDAY! i " ','
lliinijliilii- .Srrmiil Ihgnr.
I.cl Moll I
n, :i llrgulur.
All rlslttng mrrabtrn ol Ike
Order ate cordially Invited to
attend mectlngo of locnl lodn.ee
Meet on the
2nd nnJ 4th
t K. V. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE RNGINtERS oth Ano
JENtFICIAL AVIATION, cltuont cor-
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meet ,ci not iiml lliml Tm kcIh
of nil mould In lY.ilirnltv II ill, I O
O r building Visiting Mothers cor
ilhilly Invited In attend
II roSTI'l! Sachem
i; V TODD f 'it It
HONOLULU LODGE, 010. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Iodce No. lo, n. 1 O.
flki. meets In their hnll, on King
Itreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Ilrotheru are cordially
'nvlted 1o attpn'.
n i it iscnhcho, 13. n.
ono. t. ki.ui:ji:i., sec.
McKINLEY LODGE, HO. 8,
X. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 1th Saturday
veiling lit 7:30 o'clock In IC. ot I.
Hall, cor. Port and lteretunU. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited ti at
tend. V. V. K1MIEY, o. C.
11 A. JACOI1SON, k. n. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
MeelH eiry first and thlnl I'rlday at
7 50 o'rloeK. 1'jtlil.iii Hall, eonier Here
tanl.i anil I'oit slreetn. Visiting hrolli
irs eonll.illy ln Itc.l to atliml
s iiH'Ki:n, o. c.
o iii:ini:, ic ot it fs. s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
XIcct on hot olid .uul fniirlli AWilnea
ln pveiiliiK of earli inontli nt 7:30
o'cli.k, In San Antonio Hull, Vineyard
stp-et. np.ir niiinin Vl'ltliiu lnotlierii
are Invlltd In nlt'inl
Olio. A DAVIS, W. P.
W.M C M'COV, Secy.
MILTON & PARSONS
Aro showing the
LATEST PARISIAN EFFECTS IN
Hotel Street Opposlto Young Hotel
MISS POWER'S PARLORS
VISIT Til 15
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAV
Kapiolanl Building Honolulu, T. H
P. O. Box 60G
PANAMA GOVERNMENT LAND
V PER ACRE
Tour j ears Iipiiio much nf this land
will ho win tli ten. yes, twenty times
its inciil i nst.
PANAMA DEVELOPMENT CO.
.'10 MHllCANTH.U I'LACU
Ilctween Fifth and Sixth Streets
Loa. AiiscJcs.Cul. .
ii ' l..liV I. il 1 1 ' lil.frl'l ff
plURfAT BINJAHIN COM?oTm
Iherbalo FWt I
I fiurrt fionntlpatlonr RflfC I
Mal.eV.r4ew,llih JbJHB. I
I (iu'rafc tlie Kidneys'. rwF I
A Medicine That Docs Nol Cost
Anything Unless It Cures,
Tim nctlvo medicinal Ingredients nf
Rcxnll Onlorllco, which In ordorlcss,
tasteless ami colorless, Is tm entirely
new discovery. Combined with other
extremely nluntiln Ingredients, It
forms ii perfect bowel regulator,
Inti'Htlnnl Itivlgorutor nml Htn-iiBtli-ener.
llexull Orderlies lire entcti like
e.imly nml tiro notable for their agrcc
ahloposs to the palate .mil gentleness
of iictlon. Tliey ilo not cnuso griping
or any disagreeable elTcet nr Incon
enleilee. I'ullko other preparations for n llko
purpose, they do not i relate a hntdt,
hut liiRlcail they oveicotno the cause
of Imlilt ncntilreil through the use of
ordinary laxatives, calhirllrs and
harsh physic, mid iieiiiiaiicntly remove
tlm cau-o of canstlpalion or Int'Riilnr
Wo will refund or money wllhbul
argument If lliey do not do as wo say
they will Two sizes, i'lic nun mic.
Sold onlj lit our stoic The Itcxull
Stoic lleiiMin. Smith & t'o Ltd. t
TiiuiKi.iHiii" r. a in 7: 8 a ill .
7-s in ,i m. .!. niMiii St, morning
llnioimiPi S n m 23!' ilnsnlllle
inuuidilv. s a in, 'I-I7I grains or
uilile foot: relative liuiniillly, S n. m ,
l..i ipi ei'iit; dew point 8 a. in, HI.
Wind- C a' in, rloclly II. dlrce-
iluii li. S .1. in. voloollv 18. dliecllou
HIS: in a in. vclooltv ('., illieetlou I
iiiioii, xolucllv III, illiei'tlou i:.
Itallifall dining -I hours ended 8
,i in . 1 Inch.
Total wind movement iliirlnit 21
bonis ciulcil at noon, air. miles.
HON' CI'II, IIHOWN Is maklni; a
tour of iiiHpcrllou of Lnnal,
(ICOItfli; N. WIU:OX of Kauai was
i dep.ulliiR p.isseiiBer on tho Kln.iu
MRS W V I'OmtU of Maul n'
Innicil on the .Mauna Kea yesterdny
after a trip here.
II. O WII1TIJ. president of the
VrrcliaiitR' Association, Is spcndlu; a
ft w weeks nt llalelwa Hotel.
J M OSTIIIKlAAlll), ot tho Rapid
Tianslt Company, was a passenger liy
the Kliiuii last ceiiiiiR for a brief trip
OKItRIT T. WII.I)i:il left Inst een
iiiR on the Klmiu lor Kauai to ciiriiro
in u search for some rare botanical
MR. AND MRS. ItlCIIAKH U.
'"RAFT liavo reoK'neil their list Oak-
linnl resldeiiro nfler n month spent In
I Ho Hawaiian Islands. S. F. Cliron-
l TKNNi:Y Ii:CK ictuined tlilit
moinliiK from .1 week or ho spent at
Hrle Kniidsens nt Walmca Kauai, lie
Is innM entliusl.istle over tho cllmat'J
ami the scenery of Wnlniea.
DAVID U WAI.THR, commissioner
at l.irRo for Tho California Traveller
do Luxe, was a throuRh p.isseiiRor on
the America Marit. Tho publication
Mr. Waller represents Is a necessity
for hotel people and travellers and Is
carried on to promoto business for
central and southern California bat
tels and transportation lines. .Mr.
Waller expects to return by tho Hono
lulu route utter complcllR his work
In the Oilci .
Whether or not waler Is n. product
of the foiest nml whcllio rllio money
ohlallied fiom lis sale Rocs to the ill)
p.uliueut of aRileiilturo or tho bind
iippirtuienl Is n ipicstlou that has to
bo sell led In tho near fnturo by (ho
cnnimlsslonors of iiRrlcultiuo and for
esliy nml whlih has been raised In
eonnerthm with tho application of
tho Hawaii ARilcultural company foi
w.itrr Ilcpyses for tho Kohnla forest
Theio afo uiiiiiy ikiIiiIs which enter
into the erne and which will imiko ii
miu of Hie most IuIuicsIIiir that liavo
over rnino up heforo Iho Ixurd for
Thcro were aonio provloiif. rlfihts or
licenses Issued as far as Ihoy can
make m.t and what status llieso will
liavc is the iiiestlou, Tho Hawaii
ARrleulluiu company went In some
expenso (o crento tho Koliala forest
leservo by feneliiR' It so as In keep
Hie cnttlo off and by Rcnorally look
Iiir nflcr H They had Iho uso of Iho
water before 11 was clouted n reserve
ami what Is going to happen to their
llcein.cn now Hint tho department
liavo control Is what they aro nsklns.
Also tho matter comes as lo wlic
llier water Is a product of tho forosl
It Is rerlnln that Iho forest adds to
Hid accumulation of water but Is it a
Tho matter will bo roiio Into by
Chairman .ludd during Iho trlp'lo Ha
wall next week mid ho wdll also talk
It over wllh Altomoy Ocncral Alex
ander Lindsay, Jr., who goos with tho
a i "
Lurllne Has Reached the Coast,
Tho antval of tho Mntson Naviga
tion steamor I.uillno nt San Fran
cisco Is lopoitod, tho vesicl having
uailed'fiom boio on lust Tuesday,
n lifiiW . cii(JL.i
City. Transfer Co. -
JAS. H. LOVE
KA Mill ASHORE AT
mm m be tom loss
Low Laiinohcs'Aro Standing By But-Weather Conditions Are
Not Favorable Clatidinc Arrived- With Many Passen
gers Over Two Hundred) People to Arrive In Sierra On
Tho llttlo Island schooner Kn Mol,
liclonKlng to Captain Frcileilck Mil
ler, nml a esscl which has for jeurs
llRiired In Inter-Island shipping, la ie-.
inirtcd' ns nshoro In Knenn Day mull
from present Indications the Vessel
may pile her bones on tho tortuous
rcefH which nboiind theio before re
lief can he secured,
Captain Miller left early for tlm
Hceno of dlsastur. Tho Ku Mol hod
been dispatched In ports on wlnd
wnrd Oahu with a full load nt sup
plies, a goodly quantity being con
signed to a party of United States en
gineers who mo conducting a 3ciles
of survejs on tho other Bldo of tho
Word was received at noon todaj
that the position or tho Kn Mot was n
critical one. A strong-northeast trade
wind Is slnvvly but surely piling tho
vessel on tho reef.
Supervisor Ulion I.ow has two vei
scls In tho vicinity of tho spot whero
tho Kn Mol met with disaster. Mr
Low iiiuilo a hurried trip to the other
side of tho Island this nrtornoon nml
hopes to bo nblo to direct operations
with bis vessels towards assisting tho
disabled Ka Mol to deeper water.
Tho I,ovv gasollno schooners Mokolll
and Kncn.i left tho poi t at noon today
for windward Oahu ports, and will
proceed without dejay to tho point
whero tho Miller schooner Ka Mol has
gone ashore. The assistance of two
tugs Is believed will be sufficient to
savo tho little xcssel.
Anurlru Muni llriiiight Ten Tlml Was
Tho America Mnru Is credited wllh
having brotiRht a Rcneious portion of
a conslRiiiiicnl or sixiy iiiousau.i
pounds of tea which on arrlvnl at tho
coast was rejected, upon tho giouniU
that It was artificially colored. Cus
toms Collector Strntton of San Frnli
clsco lecelvcd a report from Apprais
er John (1. Matlos and Tea Kxmnlncr
Dennis Toohey to tho effect that Cti.OOO
pounds of tea which arilvcd iccciilly
on tho Mongolia and tho America
Marit had been found by tho (iovern
ment chemist to bo nrtlllclally colored.
Tho law which wont Into effect on
May ist of this year prohibits tho Im
portation nf teas containing any kind
of iirtillrlal coloring matter Whatever.
Tho Collector inuilo an order reject
ing the entry, nnd tho importer! will
be allowed six months' time In which
to oxport tho teu to China or somo
Tho local Importors hnvo notified
tho' collector that they will tako an
appeal to tho Hoard of (leilcral Ap
praisers at Now York. They claim
also that all China tens which aro ad
mitted are nrtlllclally colored,
Of tho lot of tea rejeclod 8000
pounds ciiiiio by the Mongolia and !'!,
OHO pounds by tho America Mani SoV'
cml hundred thousand pounds of teas
iirrlved-n fnw dayB aRO by tho Tortyo
Mnru, and this will bo examined by
order ot tho Collector,
America Maru In O. S. K. Service,
Tliat a faster triiiis-l'aclflo Lino
with passenger steamers Is anllclpal
ed by Iho Osaka Slioven Kiilsha, which
maintains a foitnlghlly servlco wllh
tho steamers Fannnia-.Miirii, Mexico
Mm ii, Chlcago-Mani, Cannda-Miiru,
TacomU'Maiu and Seattlo-Mnru
fielghlcis with small accommodation
for passcngcrx. was Iho anuoiuiro'
ment inuilo icceiitly by Mr, A. .J. Hurl
,lng. president of tho Chicago, Mllwiiu
,keo and I'uget Sound rallmad, which
.operates In connection with tho Jap
There Is to bo a groat Increase In
tho trnus.racluc business, and tho
Mllwnukeo wants to bo In a position
to liandlo Hb bIhiio. Tho business so
Inr iccclvcd imirlts tlm faltli held tor
Tho Osal.u Phoson Kalsha has or-
itmcil two caigu slertmerH of 3,no0
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines .
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
- Phone 1281
tons icnch from the Armstrong Co.
of Kngland, to niilvo In Japan next
Dccenihor, for the scnlco In tho 1st
ii 'idtf' Fonnos.i and South China.
ITltoyi liavo also puichased a llilllsli
steamer of B,iiim) tons for tho same
service, nnd nro nliout to puiclinso
'nnothcr. Tho America Mnru, of tlm
Tojo Klcn Knlt-ha has also been
bought by the Osaka Shosen Kals'm
to bo delivered early next Soptcin-
her, and Iho plaro of this steamer on
the San Finnclico run Is to bo taken
by tho Sliuioo Maui.
l,niTi' II lii MIc" (lark.
They aro saying nice things con
cerning the ovcr-affnble Dr. 0. W.
Clark, that distinguished appearing
gentleman who endeavors to convince
seasick passengers In tho Oceanic.
.steamship Sierra that there Is abso
lutely nothing the matter with lliem.
The Chronlclu hiijb: "Dr. (I. W. Clark
of tho Oceanic liner Sierra Is sustain
ing his reputation us tho Impresario
of tho I'oclllc. Tho bill that tho pop
ular sen-going medico put on tbu
boards during the xoyagu of tbu Sier
ra wus u winner, tho passengers
agieed. Hero It Is: l'lniio solo, Miss
Council; song, MIfs Dorothy Jordan;
song, Mr. Achl; talk Dr. I'ulcston;
sour, Miss Itoslo do Verne; mono
logue, ,Mr. Livingston; piano solo;
Miss Rich; duct, Messis. Crlssiiinn
and Achl; talk, Dr. Llssncr; song,
Mrs llAfhbrldgnl song, Mr. Drown;
Bclcctloiir Mr. Hjanliard."
Plague 't Shanghai.
Federal quarantliio ndlclals hac
beou inlvUetlf that whllo no iccent
ileal us irom piaguo n.iu oecurroii u
SlinnUial. a imiiI of call for a niimbci
of steamers innklng Honolulu, never
theless tlio mcdlcnl nuthoiltlcs ut Iho
North Cblna lflrt liavo taken stcjw
towards n partial Isolation or qnnr
niillno against iuv Infected district of
the Mi-called model settlement. So
Intense has been tho feeling manifest
oil against precautionary methods up
on Iho part of Ignorant coolio classes
that several passages at iiihib liavo
occurred. Recently Iho work of pro-
venting nil Inclusion of lals has pit
eeeiled uninterruptedly, althoiiKh evi
dences of rrlctlon nnd obslrncllon
fiom certain factors In tho chapel
district liavo not been wanting.
Richly Laden Logan Departs.
A cablo hail been received hero to
tho elicit that Territorial Treasurer
Colliding took passago In Iho United
States Army transport Ignn sailing
from San Francisco at noon jeslcr
day. With him Is ono unit a hair mil
lion dollars in gold' coin which Is tho
result of tho floatation of.it sorles of
Territorial bonds, Tho liOgan Is duo
'to arrlvo at Honolulu on or about
September 12th. The troopship is
understood iilsu bringing down sov
6nty),iVrJiioro marines Ho fill up tho
innks of tho local military organitii'
tlou. Tho third battalion of tho Sec
'oad Infanliy for station horo may ar-
llvo by tho trnnsM)rt.
Sierra Still Has Room for More.
Ono Ifuotlrud and clghly-clglit cabin
passengers would not crowd the
Oreanli! liner Sleria. iiccnnllng (o
slatemcnls from olllclals connected
'wllh Iho local nqenry. Tho popular
liner Is believed bringing down a Very
largo list acooriling to it wlrcloss mos
Pago iccclvod (his ninmlng. Tho HI
orrn, however, can comfortably ne-
rnniltwiilnln two illinilreil lllld tWCIltV-
I (ho cabin pnssongors, so It Is flgur
ed Hint thcro Is still mom tor thirty
or moro iiddltlriial passengers. Mull
t m ninoiint of 'till sacks sliouhl
aulvo In tho Sierra.
I .Marine Knuliircrs. Ini roiifiTcnnv
Tho I'noltlc Coast Ooiifercnco of-tho
Minimi Knolneers' Ucnellclnl AhsocI i-
.- mmmmmmmm, I
.&&l'jl ,.,. kwckL
SUN AND MOON
6.1 S tV
7.41 r. 19
1 1 a
10 I J io mi Ms
II OS 10 IS tk I7
Full, moon September 8 tit &'i! a. in.
Tuetday, 'Sept. 5..
Muklltcn Robert Scarlcs, Am
sclir,, p. in.
Wednesday, Sept. 6.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr., a.
Hawaii via Maul poits Claiidlne,
stmr., a. m.
Tuesday, Septi 5. .
Japan ports America Murtt, Jap.
ntinr., S p. in.
Knual portB Klmiu, stmr., 5 p. nu
Maul, Molokat audi Lnnal ports '
Mlkahnla, stmr., 5 p. m
Kauai iort Nocau, stmr., 5 p. ml
Wednesday, Sept. 6.
tlamnkun ports Hclcno, stmr.,
lion In session nt Astoria on.iigust
18, decided to hold tho next meeting;
n: Portland on tho first Monday In
August of next year. Tho question of
ntllllntlng with tho American Federa
tion of tabor was discussed and tho
National President promised at tho
icqrcat of the Conference Io unbuilt
(ho matter to n. referendum vote of
tho Individual members of the Asso
ciation In order to obtain tho vluvvu at
Big List In the Ctaudlne.
They fairly hung on by lliolr o.o
hrovv'B In making tho homeward dip
from Hnvvall and Maul luirts In tho
Intcr-lslnnd steamer Claiidlnu. Tbu
decks were littered with passengers.
Tho vessel wan nn nrrlvnl this nioin'
lug with ov cry 'stateroom filled, up
iier dccliB covered with mattrcsseii
whllo on tho lower deck seventy-four
traveled. Tho xcssel brought a mis
ccllnhcnus cargo Including sacks of
peanuts, i horacs.lK hogs, 19 crates
chickens, 17 barrels wine, 38 sneks
bones, 10 cords wood, 50 bales hides,
228 packages nundrlcs. Purser Kitt
ling reports tho schooner Mclroso and
the Matron Navigation steamer Ho-
'nolulan nt Illlo, the schooner- Can lor
bovo discharging lumber nt Kuhulul,
while the Cluudlno (owed tho schoon
or llounlpti (o sea from Kahului on
last Saturday evening.
Tho following wlroless moss igo has
been received by tho Agents from tho
O, S. 8. Co. S. 8. Sierra bound Tor
S. S. Slorrn. at Sea, Sept. 5. 1011, 8
p. m. 807 miles from port. 188 cabin
passengers, 30 steerage passcngois,
,232i! Inns cargo, 131 sacks mall and
Wells Fargo F.xpross matter.
Will nrrlvo early Friday morning.
Will dock nt tho Oceanic dock, foot
of Fort itrcot.
Makura Steaming on Time.
According to lato wireless mcssigcs
tho Canadlnii-AuBtrnllan liner Makura
Is steaming In tho direction of' Ho
roiiilu onMline.. Tho vessel-depnrtcd
ft tint Buy on Mnnday and Is expect
ed to arrlvo horo (m next Tuesday.
As thoOlnor Is bringing! Sousa-'B band
of musicians, It Is bollovod that tho
vessel will bo brought Into lrt In
nmplo time to pormlt two concerts
More Far Eastern Steimthlp Lines;
The South Manchuria dtnllway Com
pany contemplates Inaugurating ' a
steamship sorvlco between Dalron and
Chcfoo, via Ylnltow, Taku and Tlcnt-
tin. ir 'n chnitor boobtalnod for the
proposed service, tho company will
open tho servlco dlthor towanlsi the
end of (his jciiri op curly next year,
Eighteen Day Trip for Wlnkelman.
With tho nrrlvnlinf tho bnrkoutlne
Mary Wlnkelman' at , Iort Townsond
that vessel rnundod' outi nn eighteen
day voyage' from lllloj Hawaii, sail
ing riom tho Dig Island pnrt on Aug.
,v i f "11. j i jW
Dopnitlng for 'Hamakuai lsnls' .of I
call along- illawnll, -tho Intor-Jslnml
btcamori llolcho carried u largo- con
signments of lumber nnd fertilizer ns
part cargo, Tho'-vossop was dispatch
ed fori Koholaldlc,' I'.imillo and Lau-,
pahoehoo at iioon".toduy.
' l Ml'
Hall In 'From Kauali
Tho lnter-lBnml "steaiucr W. O.
Hall whs an arrival fiom KanahiKnts
this morning bringing BS00 sacks sug
nr. 20 sacke tnro, 20 IsnrkB cocoanulB
and fS packages sundries. Tho vox-
foI met with rrcsh. trades and , rough!
bf'aH. e Ii
Arcoidlng to Purser lgan nf tho
'Muamer w (1. Hull tho follovvln,
sugar Is awaiting shipment ut Knual
'ports: Mnk. 70,812, O. & Hi IfiOO,
Iv. 8. M, 5260. V. K. 1250 K. P. C12,
M. 8. Co. J 500, K, S. Co. 2800, U P,
ON NEW LINER
., The nrrlvnl of Hon. Sabtiro Shlmada,
mcmi'crl nf , thu Jnpiincso parllaihenl,
mid Prof, lunxo Nltobe, niiov nf the
grcatc.it urllini In Japnn, In the new
palatial liner Hlinnjo Mnru of the Toyo
KUen KiiIkIiu, next Hntlirday morning,
Is looked lpou by tho local Uapalitsc
hs a great event. Arrangements hao
born made liv Consul-tlcncrnl S. Uyeno
to havO (lie two ilt'itlngulshcd educa
tors glvo a lecture In tho usscinbly
room of the, Japanese Coneulnto, on
tho thlid Hour,
In order to ascertain their views us
to tho nrniiiKcmcnts which have been
inndo here, Lonsnl-eneral Ujeno sent
a vvlrelcsii jeslenliiy to linn. Slihoiula
and Prof. Nltobe, asking them to rc
Hpoiid ns soon as tb.'y received the
wireless. Nn word lias ct been re
eelvrd by the eoiisul-genernl.
Hon. rfhlinnda Is one of tho oldest
statesmen In' parliament In point of
continuous servlco Ho Is going to tho
Slates wllh Prof. Nltobp, whero they
will study the latest method ot politi
Prof. Nltobe Is ii recognlrcd vvrltor
throughout tho finplro. Ho Is profes--
or of economics nnd agriculture lu tbu
First lllslier College In Tuklu, Japan,
and Is one of tho ablest nngllsh schol
ars la Jlipau, having been rdllor of
tho fnrplnn maga'lnes publlMbcd In
He Is mnrrled to nn American lady,
who, It It reported, Is coming along In
the Sliuioo Mnru. W,bllo hero they
will' bo tho guests of Consnl-Ucncrnl
U) i no. v c '
URGES OPEN AIR
(Continued from Pag 1)
place In Honolulu In which to hold
large public or nelnl-piibltc gatherings.
We M-ry much need In the city nn
ipcn-ulr amphitheater on tho general
Hues of tbn oticunt llcrkeley on the
university gioiiuds, tlinugh, of course
not "necessarily so elnbornto and ex
pensive. Your director has beenworl-S
lug on plum to proxlde tho city with
this nmch-nerdc'il public convenience.
A pergola umpliltbeatir nt Knplolnul
i'nrk that lould iiecomniodatc two
IhoiiMind spectators need not cont to
cMPeil llxo cr six ibousnlid dollars to
lid. If somo nf our generous citi
zens could bo Induced through your
committee to advance to the Public
Servlco Association such n sum your
illncter feels coulldent that whciironi-
pleted certain Inrge entcrtnlninentH
(mild be given which would inako It
possible In a short time to repay the
mm advanced for the construction of
the pergola uinpbllliPnlir."
WANT ALL III II II
(Continued from Page 1)
nay "more. Another expressed tho
opinion that If somo airniigomoiils
could have boon inndo so that tlto
'bonds) would i have1 been paid for In
ilnstnllmunts.'nr delivered lu Install-
mentsi'tho present dllllc.ully might
liavo'1 bcon obvlatedi
Tho probabilities nro that somo nt
(ho1 money will bo taken by local
banks,'" but from npiearaneo to lay, a
great deal will Ho Idle In tho Terri
torial) vaults whenMt might bo bring
ing Id good Interest.
' Applications having liecn received
by riovornor Frcar already, ho Bald
itodny. On I In nrrlvnl' It will bo plac
ed lu Dm treasury vault and then tho
bmlks can liavo lis much as they want
"They can hnvo' Just as much of It
asthoy wlklii" said tho flovornor this
morning, "It will bo placed In tho
treasury vault! when It arrives and
then we can glvo It out. I have re
ceived Bovcrnl applications from tho
local banks up to the present tlmo.
,It will bear two jicr cent Interest If
,ti goes, in ineni ami inoy win unvo
to put up-sccurltyiforlt."
w i tin in ,
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
A , In -'. i-r-t-r
i AVediifSda), Seplcniber, Ii, I p. m.
SAN FRANQISCO Arrived, Sept. r:
8; H; Lurllno at 5 p. m,; henco
SAN FltANCSCOi-Airlvcd, Sept .1, D
p.i in., S. S. Illlonlan, from llllo
, Aug". 28.
SAW FHANOISCtV-Arrived, Sept C,
8i. Falls of Clyde, henco Aug. 17.
BKAIYritHHiillodt Sopt, 6, S. 8. Alus-
Iciin Tni Honolulu'.
niW-Soit.' 2; sailed, Sch. lloicalls,
tn. Is...... u...l.nM
i for Omys llnrbor.
HANA Sailed, Sept. 2, Schr.
Ipu for San FranclBco.
I Spahks from the Wlrelr.xs.
O, S. 8. Sierra, en route from San
i Francisco tn Honolulu, 8 p. in., Sep
tember 5807 miles off, 188 cabin
and thirty stecrugo passengers, 131
bags mull, v
V fl IV n . Ill II W' I
I I r4 llll I II II I
J . . i
Long, Heavy Hair?
Then treat your hair well See
that It is properly fed.' Growth
of every kind demands proper
food; Starved hair splits at the
ends, turns prematurely gray,
keeps short and dry. Then feed
your hair. Feed It with proper
focd; a regular lair-food. Feed
help nature all you possibly can
toward, Riving fyou rich, heavy,
luxuriant hair. Ask your doctor
about your hair ctnd about Aycr's
Hair Vigor. Follftw h! advice.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
'rrwtrfj Ij Dr' I. C Arr A C i lnw.il, m.. u, !i
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Per stmr. Claiidlne, from Hawaii
and Maul porln, Sept. 6. J. S. Ray
mond, J. Vnnuattii, Mrs, Vanuatla, .1
Hansen, K. .1. tinl, W. S. KiisspI,
Mrs. Iliisscl, T. Yiinuinioto, W. 'I'.
Ilnln, M. Caspar, Ah Clioug, Miss Ah
Choiig, J. J. Itocha. Mrs. llilto, MlhH
Hoclia, Miss 0. Mann, Mrs. Walker,
'Mis. Julia Snow, Ting Funk, K. Auld,
J. Mi Ilrovvn, Mrs. llrown, J. V. Mil
'rlol, Jr., J. T. Conea, II. Illidi, Alls.
C. C, l.uildlngton, Miss Lilildlnglon,
Win. Keann, Miss Mary Cook, Mai
garpt Cook, Fred Avvniin, M. Wil
liams, 11. Cinkclsoii, Miss McKcnzlu,
MIbs J Jakins, Dr Ofliucr, A, K.
Stcndor, Miss Stcndcr, A M, Drown,
Is. R. Dow'dcll, Mrs. .1, IV Cnoke. .1.
P. Cooke, V. J. Forbes, C. K. Illacow,
C. Colter, M. Dow, Miss Dow, Dr.
Sabcy, Miss Bubcy, 0. It. Lindsay.
Per slmr. W. (1. Hall, from Kauai
ports. Sept, (J Dr. C. Humus, L. T.
Peck', Do Chuck, F. .1. Doak, A. Abu
lia, Mrs, Aluma and 17 deck.
PA38ENGERS DEPARTED. "j
Per stmr. Kinau, for Kauai uirtn,
u....t r. n ii ii,(iu,i Kifu mtllln rl
P. Wilder, A. l.owls, Jr., Mrs. J. II.
Sopor, Miss II. Sopor, MIsb Mora W.
Albright, (I. (I. Fnlrrullri,ntid wirju
Miss K. Onokcn, A. S. Wilcox, K. V. ""
Sutton nnd wire. Miss Kills, Miss A.
Harper, A. V. Peters, V. von Holt,
Mrs. Klla Victor, Tan Wo, J. A. Hogg
Mid son, Mrs. Alexander, Mr. Mn
siidu, K. KoJIiira, 0. N.. Wilcox. Mr.
(iliide, Miss (Hade, Mrs. Scliultz, Mru.
Iluttcrlleld, N. S. Simpson, Mis. F.
Cox, J. P. flolo. II. I). Ilodgers and
wife, C. O. Hottol, J. K. Nolle) and
ecrvHiit) Mrs. 0, N. lliown and daugli
lor, T. do Mcllo, J. U. Ilugliisi, Mm.
J. M. Ostergnard and child, 0. II.
Wright, J. M. Ostci gaai d, J. 1). Cau
llcld mid Mrs. Williams.
Per stmr. Mlkahnla, for Maul an I
Moloknl iiorts, Sept. 5 J. N. S. Wil
liams, Miss M. Ncvlu, Mis. Ferduer,
Y. Van lllng, Mis. Nakuluu. Cnill
Hutchinson, Mis. V. F, Jones and
two children, Miss J. L. Winnie, Mlsa
Oyakl, It. C, Soaile, Jr., Kdgar Mor
ton, J. McCrosson, Cecil lliown, Mm.
M. Nevld and Mrs, i;feidner.
Per slmr. Mnuila l.oa, for Kona
.and Kan sirlB, Sept. 8. Mrs. Meslek,
Miss loiin, MrB. Urn Stargan, MIhb
Mullcr, Mies C. Nahonii, F. F. Ilus
taco, wife and children, 8. 8. Itolph.
W. C. Paiko, Miss N. Wallace, Jim.
Wallace, P. J, lanlol mid wife, Mlsa
J, II. Jones, J, M. Huberts and wife,
J. W. Osakl, Gov. Fioar, C. 8. J ml I,
Miss O. Klyu, T. A. Jlrun, 8. C.
Whllo, A. Lindsay, Mis, J. A. Maogon,
R. 12. Wright and II. Stowail ami
Per stmr, Claudlue, for Hawaii and
Maul poits, Sopt, 8. D li Melger,
Mis. Mctzgcr, Miss F. V. Hallej, Mm.
,i:. 11. Ilalley, Mrn. M. I liupwiii.
'mIsb 0. L. Tinner, II. P. Notlago.
'Mrs. K. I.. Austin, Miss M, Young,
Calhcilun Clio)', lvinnm L)ous, Misa
M. I). r.)ons, Mis. (1. P. Ilnveu, Mm.
Train, W. C. Crook, W. F. Smith,
Miss C. do I.lnu, Mis. J, do Hugo,
Mrs; C. S. .ludd.
Per stmr. W, 0. Hnll, for Kauai
ports, Sopt, 8. Miss AndciMin, C. It.
Huiltj O. O. Sinltln Mrs. J. M. Cham
liorlaln, Mrs. Wing. -Mrs. Alii, I. M.
Whltchoiihc, J. DtiBgun, II. II llrn
dlo. TRAN8PORT SERVICE.
Dlx at' Sontllo, out of commission
laigan, sailed from Sail Francisco,
Sherman, sailed from Manila, Aug. 1,
arrived Honolulu, Sept. I
Sherman, sailed fiom Honolulu lor
San Francisco, Sept. 4.
Crook, arrived S. F. Apr. 13.
llufordi sailed from Honolulu., fur San
Francisco, arrived Aug. Hi.
Warren Stationed at tho Philippine.).
Thomas at Sim Francisco uiitlur re
pairs lMiiro your hand on Hie pule nt
Honolulu's butlnc.SK world by being
n constant rcudcr of Iho Want Ail
Scctloii of the U u 1 1 c 1 1 u.
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