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BULt,ETINVHOrlULlVT-H., FRAY,'8EPT'8, 1911.
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HonoluluSi riiml U( gri e.
III Mull I No, :i Regular.
AH vlsltlux inmbtni of tha
Onltr bio I'nrtllhlly Invited to
xt'cn' mei-tlfjgs of local lets
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
URINE EHGINtHn? m Aim'
4KEFICIAL ASSn".IATIOH. tiationi cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
MuH om Ill-it nml tlilnl Tui iln)
ot null iniititli In lYaternlty Hall I O
O V building Visiting brothers cr
illully bulled In attend
.1 ROBINSON. Sicliini
11 V TODD, C of It
aOKOLULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. 1(, D. P. 0,
Clkt. meets !n their ball, on King
Otreet. near Fort, every Friday at
alDK. Visiting Brother are cordially
'nTlted to atteni.
D 1" R 1SENBERG, E. R
a HO. T KLUKclEL. Sea
HcKINIEY LODGE. HO. 8,
E. of P.
Heeu ery 2nd and 4tb Saturday
ranlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall. cor. Fort and neretanla. Visit
ing brotbtra oordlalty Invited ti at
tend. F. F. KILBEY, C. 0.
R. A. JACOUSON, K. B. B.
1)1! SHEPHERD Is at present In
tlllo lint will loturn to Honolulu Hun
l)It J XI WHITNEY bus luturncd
in town uftor u vncullou spent on
i: r. ki:i.ixi:r, ut oiobe, Ail-
riiun. Is Mopping at the I'leuriiiiton
JIUS N II. EMERSON, wlfo f Ibo
loci police- department physician, if
turned from Ibo Coast In llio Slcrro
tills moi nlng.
J 1' COOKE was elected president
of tbu Mcllrjde Sugar Company yes
terday, Btieccedlng the lato II P Bald-
win, mill John Wnlcrhmtse a elect-
ed to Binccod Mr Cooke on treasurer
T .1. SWADLING will lenic short
ly for n year's vacation In Eutope.
He Is manager of Aloa plinlatlnti
Btore. mill while nwn tho business
will ho looked iitier In (1 1. Duck
worth RICH MID HARDING DAVIS" lo
colli Known ns "Dickey,' came In on
the Slcnn (Ills morning nfter having
iniiiiilLiI out n two inoiilhs' business
trip along ibo l'.iclflc Coast.
senator edward quinn.
mnile a short round trip lo tho maln-
hiiil and wns numbered among the
passengers In the Slerrn this morn
l)U I V COVi:S, who has been
r.livi'M mi tho mnlnlaiid for nenrl
n mar leturned In tho Sierra this
morning and may renime the practice
of ilcntlxtr In this city.
CAPTAIN J. 1U l'AUKEIl, wlUi the
Hawaiian Diedglng Company, having
completed a business trip to the
Coast, returned to tho Islands as a
passenger In the Sierra this morn
ing. V 11. SMITH, of the Manufactur
ers' Shoo Company, has returned from
n combined business anil pleasure
trip to the mainland. He arrived
with the throng In the Sierra thlo
O IinitOI.D. connected with tho
Spieckels' sugar refineries In an offi
cial capacity. Is a lsltor to tho Inl
ands, where ho expects to remain but
u few weeks. Ho was numbered
among the throng In the Sierra this
Mils. c.Eonai: u. cuutis, wlfo of
Manager Curtis of Jordan & Co. un
derwent a serious operation at the
sanatorium on VeilneSday.i She' 'went
inrougii ine urueai succeasiuiiy uiiu
her many friends will bo pleased to
Icnrn.that shq Is making, a good re
covery. 1 It J ' i ,
' DR. A. K. SINCLAJll,i pi
JA3. H. LOVE
TWO MILLION DOLLAR CARGO
IN LINER SHUNYO MARU
New Japanese Steamer Bringing Many Distinguished Pas
sengers Asiatics for Hawaii Sierra Brought Record
List from San Francisco Pacific Will HaVe Many Float
ing Palm Gardens When Pacific Mail Plans Are Complete.
Furniture and; $ano. MQVcrs:3SBS
City Transfer Co. - , -
10 4H 6.(7
I'll 1 1 moon beptcmber 8 at C:3C n. lit.
Captain Saunders Death a Surprise,
The sudden demise of Captain J,
W. Saunders brought many expres
clons of sympathy from a host of
shipping (icoplo all along tho coast,
Captain James V. Saunders, etcr-
nn commander of transpacific Btcam
l ers nml one of the best-known navl-
I Hrt a atn llrtnlllA n i.t nn.l lit
be an arrival off Honolulu .harbor J,
or about ten o'clock tomorrow oven-A.. ' ' . ,. , ' .,.,''
au. m, ino uiiiicu aL.ii.c-s i,i,,i..u
Tho largest nml most vnliiahlo
shipment of raw silk eer carried In
n Too Klscn Knlsha liner across tho
Pacific between China, Japan nnd San
Francisco. it reported to be In tran
sit In the new and pilatlal liner
Shun jo Marif which Is expected will
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.'
Meets ecry first and third rtldayat
T So o'clock, l'ythlan I tall, corner Bere
tanlu nml l'ort streets. Vlaltlns brotli-t-r
lonllally Iniltil to attend
s nncKnit, c c
o ih'.ini:. k of u & a
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
MeiU on hrcond nml fourth Wednes
day ownlrn: of cmli inmitli nt 7 10
n'cloik. In Sm Antonio II ill, Vlncjnril
ftnx't, nwir nmina Ylsltluj brothers
nn linllfd lo ait ml
01.O A DAVIS, AV. P.
W)l C M'COY, Secy.
MILTON & PARSONS
Aro chawing the
LATCCT PARISIAN EFFECTS IN
Hotel Street Oppoille Young Hotel
Handsome Pon-imn Hats for Ladies at
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
passenger whom eerbody wag ob
liged ito meet while on tho liner SI-
erri Drl Sinclair representing the
Fmlernl quariintliie sen Ice "passed
the ship" while steaming towards Ho
nolulu jesterday afternoon. When
I he Sierra nrrhed off the port earlr
this morning there were no formali
ties neiessnry and tho liner steamed
lo the wharf without delay. Dr. Sin
clalr iiccoiiii anlul by Mrs. Sinclair
mid dillil, bave greatly enjojed
vlt.it tn tho mainland,
J. S (Sunny Jim) McCANDI.KSS.
and Mrs McCaiullets mo back from
n Ultra moiilnV trip to the mainland
which called tin in to tho Atlantic
Coast. Mi. McCaudlCBH was n pioniln
ent flguro In tho great Slirlner con
vent Ion held nt Hoehtstcr, N Y., last
July "Sunny Jim" for that Uns tho
name on mcry lip as tho thousand
of Shilneis marched thioiigh the
thoroiighlaies of "Camara town" wuh
tho sinecure of nil oje at tho head
of tho pageant.
CHAKI.US O. IIOCKUS and Mrs,
Hoi ku. nfter nearly three months'
spent on the mainland Including an
extended Islt to Canada, returnod
In tlie Slorru this morning, Mr. Hoc
kun was mio of tho real llvo wlri'H
wlilelivdld liiislncHH at Rochester, N. Y.
at tho time tho Shiluer liost were
present In ronclau". lloikus proven
mio of Ilia mokt energetic of boost
ers for Hawaii ucl and did hlu share
in attempting to mnko Hawaiian pine
apple Juko n popular boierngo with
fin oterlieated Now YorK Stato popu
lace. Incidentally llockus made bust-
ncss pilgrimages where oil gushus
faith and linectigated n number of
Mlchlo Niklforoll and Marie Nlkl
foroff. IiIb wife, who, a few das ago
brutally nssaultod a Chinaman In
tenement bouse on Aala lane, wero
tried this morning In police court.
W. T. Rawlins appeared as a special
co'unsel for prosecution. Tho court
after heirlng tho testimony of Chang
Man, the complainant, committed the
defendants to tho circuit court.
Ing 'and will come alongside Alakea
wharf early on Sunday morning.
AiUlcea rccehed here today aro to
the effect that Shunjo Mam Is bear
ing 2,300 bnles of raw Bilk. Tho ship
ment Is allied at $1,610,000. Tho
Tenjo's silk was given quick dispatch
between Son Francisco nnd Now
York. Tho Western Pacific had a
train waiting on the wharf and the
rtlk was transferred In a hurry from
thin to cars, and the run to New
York was made in 4 days 23 hours,
Thero will be a train waiting for tho
Shun jo's silk, and preparations aro
said now under way to glo It nn
een faster run to the Atlantic sea
The Shunjo left Yokohama two
days behind schedule, and Is bring
ing a large number of passengers, In
cluding , United, .Statosl Minister
O'Brien l and a number-of prominent
Captain Harry Smith has wireless
ed. In that he hopes, fpr ,a prompt
granting of 'pratique v by the local
'quarantine officials upon his nrrhal
on Saturday night. This Is declared
an Impossibility 'as tho Federal laws
distinctly forbid ;poslng a vessel car
rying Oriental passengers after night
fall. It Is believed that tho turblners In
tho Shunjo Maru hao not settled
down to their regulation gait nnd for
some rensou or other are canting
some trouble with a consequent de
lay. Castle and Cooko, tho local ropre-
Bcntutlu's for tho Shunjo Maru have
Hospital nfter un Illness against
which he had been struggling for sev
While It was known that tho cip
tain was ailing his sudden death wax
u shock to his friends who gossiped
with him In tho murine department
of the Merchants' Exchange, San
Francisco. Tho veteran Bklpiior was
walking along tho Btrect, when he
was suddenly stricken. He was tak
en to the Marino Hospital, but' sank
rnpldlj'i His widow was at his bed-
bide when he passed nwaj
Captain Saunders was 01 soars of
age and a native of New ork. Ho Ih
survived by his widow and a married
daughter who resides In Manila.
Captain Saunders' last command
was the, Pacific Mall liner Korea.
Owing tojjils state ot health the cap
tain waB forced to resign his connec
tion with the company when the
steamer reached tho coast a couple
ot months' ago. During his many
years' faithful and meritorious ser
vice with i the Pacific Mall Captain
Saunders held many commands on
both the China and1 Panama runs. He
had a hoi of friends In the , seaports
of tho world who will regret his de
M'iv Ilattleihlps Illirgpst Kier.
Washington, Aug. 30. The two new
battleships authorized by thu last nav
ul uct piobubly will be of 28.T.00 tons
dlnplacuinunt, or the biggest wur ve
selu In the world. The largest ships
ko far designed for tho American
Navy aro llio New York and the. Texas,
with u UlHPlaceluent of J7.000 tons
each, and it became known only today
that tho Navy Department contem
next Wedncsdiy morning nt least ono
hundred passengers, will tnko pass
ago in tho popular liner for tho main
land. The freight offerings are re
ported as very gratifying, including
quantities of sugar and preserved
Thirty Thousand Cases Pineapples.
Included la tha freight offering for
tho Mntson Navigation steamer Wll
hclmlna to Ball for San Francisco on
next Wednesday morning Is one con
signment of thirty thousnnd pineap
ples. The vessel will depart with
3G94 tons sugar, of .which 1063 tons
Ib being taken on nt llllo. Soma
smnll shipments of bananas, and other
lines of Hawaiian products Will be
supplied as well as one thousand
sacks rlco. , .
Honotulan Away for the Coa.it at
The Mntson Navigation steamer
Honolnlnn salted from Kaliuliu at
roon 'today taking about twentj-five
passengers from tho Maul ports In
eluding those booked from llllo, Tho
Honolulon was supplied with a con
slderablo amount of' sugar.
Room for Many In the Siberia.
extended a general Invitation to tho'
public to call nnd Inspect tho hand
some new vessel at nny tlmo between
tho hours of two and fho o'clock ,,iu(ej exceeding their size. The new
Hlilps will have heavier armor than
eer before put on a battleship, which
iKiountB for their I lie leased displace-1
'IM. It . Id. fntl lln,.- Qllm,lf1 . ... . ., -.
int. i .itiuu .".in unci ........... menu mo nrmaiueni oi ine ue es-
whltb Is reported Oirougli cables a wi8 Wl bo tho Bame n tho New York
having Balled from Yokohama j'oBter-'and Texus, with a main battery of ten
day bound for Honolulu nnd San fourteen-lnch guns. With this np
Fiuiiclsco, tan easily accommodate I jiniach to u ,lo,u00-tou battleship tho
ono hundred mid twcntj-flve passon-j naval nidiiame cxpertu are couslder
gcrs from this port. There will be Ing the question of a slxtcen-lnch gun.
iilentj". of room for tho list of nppll-, It will require u 35,000-tou buttleshlp
(ans 'for transportation tn tho rmst to withstand tho terrific reioll from
now.oV'fllo nt tho ofllco ot II Haek-'n muln battery of ten slxteen-lnch
feld and couipanj'. en hundred guns.
Ions Oilintal cargo will lio illpcharg-l.
'c.1 durlnc tho stay of Ibo Siberia ut i Infantrymen Return In the Maul.
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steamer Maul Uiib morning inoro re
lumed four olIlcerH and ono hundred
nnd llo enlisted men belonging to
'Companion A nnd F of the Twentieth
to the joy of
Complete rtock at low and high
Photo Supply Co.,
heie on next Kaluid.iy.
Wllhclmina Back Sunday.
Returning to tho port on Sundaj,
tho Mntwni Navigation steamer Wll- Infantry who haxo been on a hlko to
a trip Hawaii and tin volcano. Tho nomo-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Henry neormun of Hanover, Ger
many, and who has been a resident of
Honolulu ulnco June 2, 1882, applied
for his first papers In the United
States District Court.
The Celtic Chief case was continued
In the United States District Court
this morning when Captain George
Plltz of tho Inter-Ysland service was
on tho stand. He gave testimony ns
to the part tho Inter-Island boats took
in the suhuge and will be Examined
further when the Manna I.oa comes
back again from her present trip, The
Miller Salvage company will put a
man on the stand thlB afternoon.
i AlleHsamlro I.Ion attorney for the'
lefenso In the trial of the CamorrlsU
at Ylterbo, Italy, 'viih occused of brlb-1
cry In the case.
Iielmlna will be made ready for
lo San "Francisco, the vessel being
scheduled to depart for the coast at
ten o'clock on Wednesday morning
A hundred cabin passengers havo
been booked. The vessel will bo well
provided with sugar and pineapples
as part cargo, in sailing for Hllo last
evening the Wllhclmina carried over
sixty passengers, a largo number hav
ing travelod In that vessel from tho
Marama Hai Left Vancouver.
Tho Canadian-Australian liner Ma-
ward trip was rather a Btonny one,
the Maul meeting with strong trado
winds and choppy seas accompanied
by n heavy swell. The steamer
brought as cargo 88CC bags sugar
and ten packages sundries. Tho ofll
icers report that tho Wnllelo with
sugar will arrive homo- on Saturday
also bringing a deck load of cattle.
Per O. S. S. Sierra, from Ban Kratv
Cisco, Sept. 8. .Miss I.jdla Aholo, Sis
ter Alelda, C. II. Alspaugh, Mlts Via
r. Alspaugh, Miss Marie Anderson,
Mrs. A D. Angus and child. Miss
Charlotte Ayer, Mrs. S. E. Ilaker, K.
O. Raitlett, Mrs. Uarlctt and child,
n. Ulshop, C. O. llockus, Mrs. lloc
kus, Miss M. 0. Uorileu, H It. Dro
die, Mrs. Alice Brown, MrB. J, U.
llrown, W. A. Cnwley. Miss S. Uelle
Chamberlain, Mrs. J. M. Chamberlain,
Mlsa M. L Chlpmun, Mrs. I M. Chit
tenden, Miss M. E. Clarke, Mian S. II
Clarke, MrB. W. A. Clark. T. I,. Cloer,
TIiob. Copley, Miss J. CouchUDr. J
I Cowcs, Mrs. Cowob and two chll
dicn, i;. C, S. Ciabbe, Mrs. Crabbo
and two children, Mtss I.Ida Crick-
nrd, Miss LlssaCrtckard, Rev. A. E.
Cross, Mra. Cross, D. Crozlcr, Mrs
11. Culman, Miss Eveljn Ciinntnghnm,
I). II. Davis, Miss B. M. Dawson,
Miss Irene Dickson, Miss Elizabeth
Dolan, Noel Deorr, J. K. Ellis, Mrs
N. U. Emorson, Miss A. Emnieliith,
Sister Eudes, Al. Frechtte, Miss Mar
Jorle Freeth, Miss Alvu L, (lirdner,
Miss l. ll. Onult, Miss Mjra' Oault.
1'. W. (Icsell, MIsb Inez Olbson, Miss
Hattlo Olesy, Mrs. Ida Gove, Miss M.
Grace, Mrs, S. .1. Craco, Miss M. Gia
ham. Miss Nora Hafflej, MISs Sue
Hamilton, P. V. Hanson, H. II. Hart
and nurse. Miss Hascul, Tom Hei-
bert, O. Hcrold, Mrs. Herold, T. R.
Hinckley, Mrs. C. I Hodge, I.eon
Houlgsbciger, UIIllo Howard, T, F.
Hustnee, Mrs. HiiBtaco and two In
fnulB Miss Ethel Hutchlns, Mlsa M.
Jensen, P. F. Jernegan, Miss Geneva
Jones, Miss M, Jordan, "Hon, Julius
Kahn, Mrs. Knhn, Julius Kalin, Jr.,
Master C. P. Knhn J A." Kennedv,
Mtss Hattlo Klhlcr. Miss Mabel C.
Iadd, Ray Lawrence, Miss .li U
l.nube. Miss Etta i lo, D. A. .Lclsk,
MIuh r. A. J.cmmoj). Miss Qrnce'Lcw
Is, Mrs. W. Ing Dothatn, Mrs. L. D,
Uiwoll. Mli.3 1 C; Lyons, J. S. Mc
Candless, MrH. McCundless, Miss E.
McCartjij, Mrs, A. Q. Marcalllno, MUh
A. S. Marsh, Mrs. Ullu Marshall, C.
r. C. Man, Miss A. Maiiormann, 0.
W. Mnxej', Miss Mary Maxwell, Mlsi
A. K. Means, Miss Alma Mills, Miss
Ruth Mills, Miss M. J. Mitchell, F.
W. Mooro, Mrs. C. 11 Morse, Miss
M. MoBsronn, Miss Qussle Muller, Ed
ward Munro, Miss Anna D. Nelson,
Mrs. M. V. Newman, Jno. Nott, Jr.,
Mrs. II. W. M. Ogg, E. Parker, Capt,
J. R. Parker, Miss .May Paschlck
Mrs. Jessica Pascoe, Sister Perpetuo,
F, C. Poor, Mrs. Poor, Master Eboy
M. Poor, Miss Eleanor Poor, Mrs, W,
T. Papa and child, Mrs. G. Portei,
(Continued from Fag 1)
sylvanln pikes. This would hOVo Bat-'
iBflcd the hardened tourists, but with
Mr. Tlldcn It wub a case of business
nnd he wont on, crossing Hie Alle
gheny mountains, boring through the
nbmonlable slough of mud and rocks
which. In West Virginia, nro culled
roads; ciossed and rccrossod llio Ohio
river on rafts and dinky ferries that
scaicelj floated tho car, Invnded tho
territory of the Kentucky bnckwoodi.
men and finally crossed the rlvor
nKaln Into Ohio to enjoy a week of
flue roads In llio fairly level country
from Ohio lo the Mississippi valley,
After crossing the Mississippi, Mr.
Tlldcn visited many cities In MIS'
court, Kansas, Oklahoma and Wj-omlng.
Then ho headed south over tho
rnouiitaluous roads of Colorado Into
Now Mexico On July 24, beforo reach
ing Alhuknerqiie, they were caught
In n cloudburst and 'were forced to
seek shelter for three nights In camp
In the mountains.
Washouts and continuous rains
made It necessary to change their
route materially. They ciossed tho
Rio Grnndo on July 28, running on
llio ties of tho railroad brldgo. Two
more miles wero covered on tho tics.
because the many streams were too
swollen to be forded.
After returning to tho trial they
found that It was Impossible, to make
only eleven miles In nine hours of
strenuous travel. For two nights they
campejl In the desert with coyotes fur
neighbors. They struck Into the
mountains again on August 1, nnd af
ter reaching Bnowllnke, Aiiz., foiin I
load conditions ImrroUug. This per
mitted moderate Hieed on the run to
Phoenix, Tho rest of the Journey to
Los Angelos, which Is a comparative
ly well known route, was covered
without special Incident.
MRS. McCANDLESS WRITES
Editor Evening Bulletin: I
wunt to correct the article In yestir
day morning n AdvcrtUer whltli refers
to my boj', (Jeorg-i McChndlcsH. j ,
Ho was brought before'Judge Whit
nij' of the Juvenile Court upon the
iliarge of lulling rlolenja revolve from
the Uelll eau home at' Kaltnukl und
also of hnvlnr sold a houie(Vthi.lib-i
liuiged to us. It djvelopeu nt llio near
lug that ho hud not stolen the revolver,
but bad bouKht It from the Belllveau
boj-, who was n playmate of bis, and he
Has tlureforc not held on this charge,
but was sentenced to the Reform
School because ho sold all old house
(servant's qimrtirs) belonging to us
without permission. We bod put hint
In charge of tho bind whim this house
was so that he could ralso ehltkeiiB He
raid the house was old and dldn t do
imit-h good to tho plan- and so he sold
It The Judge, In sentencing him to the
Reform Srhool, told him If ho behaved
un will lis hcUiad while there before
he would bo released sooner. He Is
little oxer 10 now.
The paper also mentioned Oeorgo as
being the boy xho told people they
hnd money at thu messenger otlico nnd
when they called for It he uoilld go
through tlulr bouses. George ntver
went through their bouses, nnd the Ad-w-rtlHir
this morning explains how It
was that fleoige got llio hint of tilling
ptstplt lluy had money or pneluugi-s at
tho mossenger olllee. It wps from read
ing tho fnnnj pa.iers, mid It was only
In fun Hint George did this i
Oeorgo h is been blamed for a lot of
things ho dlil not do ; Yours truly,
Per stmr. Mniina Ixin, for Kona
and Kail ports, Sept. 8. Mrs, Mcslck,
Miss' Ionu, Mrs. Urn Stargan, MIsb
Mnller, Miss C. Ntthonu, V. I litis
tnco, wlfo nnd children, S. 8. Holph,
W. C. Pnrko, Miss N. Wallace, Mrs.
Wallace, P. J. Daniel and wife. Miss
J, U. Jones', J. M. RobortB and wire,
J. W. Osakl, Gov. r'rear, C. 8. JiidJ. .
Miss O. Klvn, T. A. Brim, S. C.
White, A. Lindsay, Mrs. J. A! Maogon,
R. E. Wright and B. Stowort and
Per Blmr. Claudlnc, for Hawaii and
Maul 'ports, Sept. 8. II E. Mctzgcr,
Mrs. Mctzgcr, Miss F. V. Balloj, Mrs.
B. II. Bfllloy, Mrfl. M. U Simpson.
MIsb C.,L Turner, It. P,1 Nottnge,
Mrs. H. til. .Austin, Miss M. Young,
Catherine Clioy, Emma Ljpus, .Miss
M. D. I.jnnB, Mrs, O. P. Haven, Mm.
Train, W. C. Crook, W. V. Smith,
Miss C, do l.luo, Mrs. J. do Rego,
Mrs. C. S. Judd.
Per Btmr. 'W. (1. Hall, for Kauai
ports, Sept. 8. Miss Anderson, C, R.
Hunt, C. O. 8mlth, Mrs. J. M. Cham
berlain, Mrs. Wing, Mrs.- Ahl, I. M.
Whltohouse, J. Duggnn, II. II. Bio- .
dlo. t .
Per Btmr. Manna Kca. for Hllo'vln
way ports, Sept. 12. Miss Loulso
Nnukana, S. K. Mooklnl, lliith Zane,
Annie Amann, Miss Louise Jlal, Miss
I.ncy Perry, Miss M. Watson, Miss II.
.dcCorrlaton. llss Borden, Miss Mr
Cord, MIsb 0. "lewls, C. R. King, Miss
Underbill, Miss Nolln-P. jbnllett, (1.
W. R. King, MrB. King, C.il. Dickey.
Mrs. Dlckej, T. Osakl, 8.' It. Dow
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports,
Sept. 12 Miss D. Sheldon, Miss N.
Sheldon, Miss M. I'ascliecli, G. Chung,
(1. Chang Mr.. and MrB. H II. Fair
child, Mrs. J. 11. Boper, ilrp. II. Bop
ew J. lliifh, Mrs. Bush, MlJ.' mid Mrs.
Per M. N. S. 81 Wllhelmljfa, for San
Francisco, Sept. 13. Mr. -Mill Mrr.
Hurry D. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. C. I
Wood and family, II. It. Hitchcock,
Jr., W. II. Hoogs, Jr., C, Do La
Vorgne, W. P. Sherman, Mr. Weight,
Mr. Woodward, W. 11. McKeo, B Hi
mamnto, Mrs. S. C. Brims, 'Mrs. II II.
IJiidsmlth, Mr. and Mrs. Jerfrevs,
MIsb Jeffioys. W. C. Werle, A. Bues
chcr, W. Wells, A. Horner, Then.
Cooke Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Penhal
low, Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Russoll, .Mrs
O. Rnnisaj-Rottner, Mtss V. Blair,
Mfa. J. King, M s. II. Simpson, Mrs.
Clews, Miss Einl y Ladtl, Mrs. A. W.
,T. lottomloy am child, MIrs E. May,
Mlssl,D!'I3ecrmnil, Mr. and 'Airs. Stll
wejl, Mls3 Stllwjell, Mrs. Guthrldge,
'.Rfjsis. G. and IT. Btown, Jtrs. Tors
ter, Mrs. A. Lackland, Mr, nml Mis.
Clenvcr, Mr. and Mrs. H.jP. Wood,
Allen 'Wilcox, Carl Schacfer, Mrs. J.
J. Arnold, II. P. Fajc, R.J. O'Brien,
B. F. Mingles, W. B. Clark. Mr. and
Airs. Ralph Wilcox, Miss M. Blvcn.
Howard lledeman, Judge Sllllmnn,
Allss Helen Knlna, Mrs. C. S. Hol
low ay. Dr. and Airs. J. It. Judd. Air.
and Atrs. It. W. Prldham. Geo. H.
Cowan, E. F. Klllner, All. mid Mrs
G. P. Wilcox, Airs. E. N. and Miss..
II. E. Atoore, E. N. ami U A. Moore,
Aug. Ahrens, C. Abrcns, O. linger. A
f" TRANSPORT 8ERVICE.
Hawaiian Sugar at the Itthmut.
Twelve thousand Ioiib Hawaiian
sugar which leR tho Islands by the
way of Hllo on August 21st has reach-
rnms has Hailed from Vancouver with ed Sallna Cruz 111 the Amerlcau-Ha
Honolulu. Fanning Island and 8yd-, wnllan freighter Mexican. 'The vessel
ney. N. 8. W., as ports of cnll. Ac-, arrived at tho Isthmus on lust TueB
cording to a cable received by tho lo- daj1,
cal branch of the Alerchants' Bx-
change, the steamer departed from Hundred Booked In Sierra.
tho British Columbia port Wednes-I When the Oceanic steamship 81
day. ' crrn departs for San Francisco on
Fifty dollars nnd costs of court was
tho sentenco which Jhillce Juilgo Mon-
sarrat handed dowtt Ibis morning to.
Atel Ylm, tho Chinese plneapplo thief,
who was arrchted at Wnhlaw.i by m
liro oiUccr AIcAngus, Tho defendant
was represented today by C, F. Chll-
llngworth and Wm. II. Crawford.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
nolds, Allss Graco Robertson, Miss C.
L. Root, Geo. Rudlo, Geo. Ruemnnn,
Fred Saak, I.. A. Savallsh, Dr. II.
Schapper, Allss Bertha Shefller, II. H
Scovel, Allss Alabol Shaw, Alias 8. M.
Sheldon, Miss D. E. Shlroy, Evan da
Bllva, Airs, da Bllva, Dr. A. N. Sin
clair, Mrs. Sinclair and child, Mrs. R.
E. Smith W. If. Smith, Miss Emma
D. Schmidt, W. A. Splnks, Mrs.
Splnks, Airs. AI. Stevenson and child,
Goo. Storck, Chas. W. Stewart, Mrs.
N. Storm and child, Allss Mary E.
Sttntor, Miss1 J, Toner, B, O, Tlldcn,
Miss Clara B. Townseud, Allss Ida I,
Tuckor, Mrs. M. J. Turner, Allss Ada
S. Varney, Airs. M, Vauglian nnd
child, MIbb E. V. Vroom, Miss A. V.
Ward, Allss Helen Watklns, U N,
Wheeler, Mrs Wheeler, Aliss B.
Weight, Allss E. G. Wells, Atrs. I II.
Wheatley, Airs. Stephen Wing, Allss
Lydla J. Williamson, Allss Ruby
Manuel Santos, Portuguese, who
stole a sllvor watch, and who was
subsequently arrested by police, was
this morning sent to Jail for six
months, Wm. C. Luke, a Chlnoso
watchmaker testified that tho defen
dant brought the samo watch lo him
for repair. SantiiH Is a "bad egg ' ac
cording to tho police.
Dlx nt Seattle, out of commission.
Logan, sailed from Ban Francisco,
Sherman, sailed from Manila, Aug. 1,
nrrlved Honolulu, Sept. 4.
Sherman, Balled from Honolulu fur
Sun Francisco, Sept. 4.
Crook, arrived H. F. Apr. 13.'
Buford, sailed from Honolulu for San
Francisco, nrrhed Aug. in.
Warren Stationed at the Philippines.
Thomas at San FraucUco under re
pairs - '
Friday, 6ept. 8.
Francisco Sierra, O.
S. S. 0
. s. s.
Thursday, Sept. 7.
Hllo Wllhclmina.. M, N.
flallnu. Cruz via IstandportB Co
lumbian, A.-llS. 8,5 p. in.
Friday, Sept, B.
Kona nnd Kan ports Alauna Iin,
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Friday Sept. 8,
SEATTLE Sailed, Sept. 7: S. S.
Hjades, for Honolulu,
BAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Sept. 8,
G n. m.: S. 8. Koroa, henco Sept. 2.
Upon tho refusal of the Berkshire
Brewing Association nt Plttsllild, OKOHAMA Balled, Sept. 7: 8. S. 81-
Miish, to relnstute n discharged em- bcrla, for Honolulu.
ploje, nil the 75 men emplojed ut the HONOIPU Sept. 7: Sailed, chr, AIu-
asKotlatlon'B brewery went on strike. rlcl, for San Francisco.
Tho old U. H Kan Mnrcns, battered
nnd bint by the big guns of tho modern
iinvj and now merely n pile of Junk
In Chesupiujio Hay, Is to be tho target
for tho dreadnought Delaware.
CAREFUL BAGGAGE MEN
r r;-'i rv
Union-Paciiic Transfer Co.,
King Street, near Alakea