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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, SEPT. 11, 1911.
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llnvnill.in Tlilril DcLTi -,
Itcgnlnr, .". i, in,
Honolulu C)tuptrr-1 St.
mill II. 1. .11.
All rUfttnj; mcrobtrn oi tat
Order r cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
w. . tUm
2nd and 4th '
7:30 P. M.
MARINE F.HGINtERS" 0th A.o.
NEFICIALAfSn-IATIOK. elation, cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every first mill tlilril Tuesday
''of each month In n-iltcrnlty Hull, I. O.
O. I'. building VMIIng blethers cor
illnlly luvllcil lo nttcitd.
V. J. HOHINISON. Sachem.
II V. TODD, C. of ii.
4t tONOLULU tOtCE, 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu lodge No. 616, U. P. O.
(Elk, rue'ts !n their hall, on King
Itrret, near Tort, every Frlduy eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
nvlled to atteni.
d. i. n isrN'ni:rta, n. n.
. CEO. T. KLUKOl'U.fJec,
KcKlNLEY LOnOE. W0. 8,
K. of P.
Hu ?iy 2nd and 4th Saturday
renin at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and llerclnnla. Visit
ing brother cordially Invited to at
und. F. F. KILHEY, C. C.
K. A. JViCOUSON, K. K. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets cery llrst and third Friday at
"'JO o'clock, l'jlhlan J lull, corner Hero
.tanla and Fort streets. Vlsltlns lirotli
era cordially Invited to nttcud.
s. HKCKi:n, c. a
o. hi.tni:, ic or n. & s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on second and fourth Wednes
day evening of each month at 7:30
o'clock. In Ban Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, near Ultima, Visiting brothers
ro Imltcd to attend.
oi:o. A DAVIS, W. I.
WM. C M'OOY, Secy.
RS. F. S. ZEAVE returned from
' t mlna with n TULL LINE OF GOWNS,
ar ready to wear, and novelties personally
j selected. These goods will bo on on-
pliy MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11,whcn
; Mrs. Zoavo will bo pleased to soo all
k her customers and friends at her rooms
in tho Younj Duilcling.
MILTON & PARSONS
are showing a complete Una of
SUMMER AND FALL MILLINERY
Also the latest novelties ill Feathers,
Flowers and Hand Trimming
Hotel Street Opposite Young Hotel
ii NEW SCHOOL HATS
I Handsome Panama Hats for Ladies at
I,s3 MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
HBobton Block Fort Streot
Manila and Madeira Embroidered
Collars, Cuffs and Handkerchiefs
Baby Pillow Slips
1027 Nuuanu Street
BEGINNING JUNE 3
All the Ha at Reasonable Prices
BULLETIN ADS PAY-JJjrj
MANAHllR CIIAl.MI'HS (it Wulina
n.ilo plantation wus In town tills fore
noon MANAllKU JOHN WATT of Olun
liliintalloii Ik In town. Ho In accom
panied by Ills children, who will at
tend l'tiiinluiii this your.
OK. S. YAMAMOTO, si local Jap
anese physician after an absence ot
some mouths In Dal Nippon, returned
In iliu Shlnjo Muru esterday.
i:i) TUWSH, who was horn In I.tibcc,
Maine, foit-f(lur years ago today, pre
dicts that Maine Is likely to cele
brate hy voting to repeal l'rohlhltlon,
MRS SAM JOHNSON underwent a
serious operation at the Queen's Hos
pital this morning. Mr. Johnson will
lem.ijn In town lilt his vvlfo Is well
on way way to recovery.
I.' F. IIAIIIIKK, senior member of
the Amei lean-Asiatic Trading coin
liany hiimch at Kobe, .lupin, Is mak
Ins a business tour to tho inalnlaiid,
as a passenger In the Shlnvo Mam
1)11 lil'DI.KV 1. Allen, a nofed sutf
genu of Cleveland, Ohio, was a
iliiough passenger In the Japanese
imcr nninjn Aiaiu which caned ui
"IC '",rt u,cr,w' '" ,,,1,u " Sn"
OTTO CONI1AD, n prominent rail
'ii) coutrartor of (,crmany, on a buslr
iiess and pleasure tour of tile world,
Hpcnt somo hours In llouoliihi yester
day as a through passenger In tho
SMii.no II a hi
MISHIT I". M. I.BK hud I. M.
Stono were Immhercd among the re
tutnliig passengers In the Japanese
liner Hhlnyii Maru )eslerday. They
have been mailing an extended tour
of the Orient.
MANAOIlIt J. N. S. WILLIAMS of
I lie Kaliulul railroad Is In the city,
lie s.ijs the peoilo of Maul will not
take any action on tho Klliei wharf
matter till Hie Inter-Island steamship
(oiapany Is heard from. In other
words they have passed the buck up
lo a Honolulu business house.
T II. MtOWN, associated In an cdl
loil.il capacity with a naval publlca
lion was among tho tluoiigh piibsoii'
gers who enjoyed n sjay In Honolulu
while the Shinyo Maru rcmslned at
the iKirt. Ho has been making the
rouuiW of the Far East lu search of
data and advertising for the publlca
8 SIIIMAOA, known as one of the
most noted speakers In Japan, wus
numbered among the through, passed
gers In the Shinyo Maru which called
at Honolulu yesterday. The disting
uished Japaneso was en route, to
Washington accompanied by his sec
letnry. Shlnmda is a member of par
D. 1". It. ISF.NHEItO figures that
Ambassador O'llrlen meant well, gen
erally speaking when ho sugested
that tho high price of sugar ought to
allow of a higher ralo of wages. "Hill"
sas Mr. Isenberg "ho doesn't know
niijthlug of the plantations that aio
lust gelling on their feet hy lrtue of
Ihe higher pilces of sugar."
HON T. J. O'llIllBN now Ambassa
dor to Home, en routo from his form
er jsist of duty at Japan, was n vis
itor to Honolulu jestcrday dining tho
stnj of the Japanose liner Shinyo
Maru at tho port. Mr. O'llrlen Is In
tending to make a brief stay at his
old home at Oram! Itaplds, Midi., be
fore proceeding to Italy.
TAT8UNO CHANO, a Chinese, en
route to Chicago as a pissenger In
tho Slilnyo Maru, Is a delcgato to llio
International Municipal Congress' to
no Held on the mainland. Ho Is iic
coinpanlcil by Chan Sou Chun, who Is
a director of the ngi (cultural station
at Mukden, Maiichuilii, mid who ulsq
will attend the sessions of tho Con
gress. M. IIAHA, a Japaucuo shipbuilding
cxpcit who superintended tho build
ing of the Shinyo tlaru, win u
IhioUgh iiasseugcr lu that vessel, Ho
Is accompanied hy T. Mltsiibaslil, wliu
Had coiiiilcta charge or tho construc
tion of the turbines and other iin
chluorj In lliu new liner. Ilnth Jap
uiiesu will iiiako a round dip lu tho
iililp am) tako nolo of any isisslblo
(lefecls lu roiistruellon. ,
I.IHUT, HOY C. SMITH, who hears
the leputatlon of being the youngest
man In tho United States n.iwi! ser
vice holding the rank of senior lieut
enant, payt.cf through Honolulu yes.
terday us a iiasseuger lu tho Shinyo
Main, en route to Washington. Lieut.
Smith bus for miiiio time past com
manded the VlllalohoH, an American
gunboat with station on tho Yangtso
On. MINOT J. SAVAOK, n promin
cut mainland dlvlno, for the past for
ty years connected with Unitarian
chinches of nolo nnd Influence Is a
visitor' to Honolulu hn1ng nrrlvpO
losterilny nionilrg ns a papsengerlu
'iho Toy'v Klsen Kalslui lluer Slilnl
Maru. Dr. Snvago proiKiscs to remain
In tho islands for somo wcoks, and
will pay a visit to tho volcano before
lcsumlng his travels. During an ac
tive, life ho has written a half hun
dred works along religious subjects.
Ho Is now completing a lour of tho
wot Id in company with Dr. Cnrlton
Y. Ford, his physician, whldi has oc
cupied Iho greater patt of a year.
Hit Uncharted Rock Man Drown.
SHANGHAI, August 1. Tim Yang
tze liver steamer Siiktuug has struck
an lmcluirleil rock near Ichang and
sunk Fifteen of her passengers wero
diowncd, nnd It Is understood hero
that such cat go as the vessol carried
will bo a total loss.
City Transfer Co. -
JA8. H. LOVE.
1 1 n .
NEARLV'ONE HUNDRED WINSGlE
Blushingiy They Leave Shinyo Maru, to Await Their Fate On
Seas Matrirrionial Coal From Newcastle Eclipse Is
Again AwayoFor Coast of Asia Thousands Visit the
There was u decided fluttering of
gaily bedecked femininity on the
decks of tho fine new Toyo Klscu
Kaisha lluer Shlno Maru yesterday
morning as that huge vessel cainn
within short distance, of Alakru wharf
after rounding out a ten days' voyagu
Ninety-one plcturcso.no bits of Nip
ponese woninnklnd ranged the rail
ing and awaited the first gllmpso of
a bridegroom which must always bo
forthcoming before, she Is permitted I
to wander unrestricted In this laud
of thu free and tho homo of Iho gal
lant. "Picture brides" inonopollh'd the
Asiatic stceiago quarters of the ship,
In addition to nearly one hundred
ladles who now seek husbands by the
photographic route, there also wero
lauded thirteen Japanese men. From
the fnr-nwny Philippines, twenty-threo
Little llrown lliothers came, and as
they nro now free-born American clt
Izns, their movements upon the arriv
al of the Shinyo were not hampered
through tho restricting Influence of
Federal red tapo, as unwound by ex
acting Immigration o Ulcers.
It Is safo to say that Interest in the
new steamer and the delegation of
Oriental beauty was pretty evenly di
vided with the host of Japanese spec
tators who lined tho wharf nnd occu
pied every position of vantage along
the sea wall as the Shinyo Maru made
a maiden bow- to a Honolulu audience.
Tho cabin list of passengers for this
plnce numbered ten persons, while
forty-two passengers continued the
voyngo to San Francisco.
Fourteen Hundred Tons Handled.
Fourteen hundred tons were hand
led In the movement of cargo from
tho new Japanese liner Shinyo Maru
and tho placing on board ot coal. The
vessel enmc alongside. Alakeu wharf
at eight thirty yesterday morning and
stevedores bet to work Immediately.
Thero were SCO tons freight for dis
charge at this port, Including I'liiTO
Micks rice, 100 rolls matting, I'M tubs
sako mill wine, HGl paikages porce
lain, "i"S packages beans. In all 11,131
packages for discharge at Honolulu
Tho vessel was given six hundred tons
coal during thu stay hero. The liner
was enabled to get away but a few
minutes after 5 o'clock last evening
despite, the great amount of work that
had to be accomplished before the ves
sel wna reaily for departure. The
Slilnyo carries 22'M bales of raw silk,
and W.2 chests of tea, u cargo (or
San Francisco valued at nearly three
million dollars. ( '.
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Sparks from the Wireless.
T. K. K. S. S. Tenyo Maru, en route
fiom San Francisco, S p. in., Septem
ber 10. Will arrive Tuesday morning
and will sail in thu evening of the
C-A. S. 8. Maraniu, en routo from
Vancouver, 8 p. in., September 10.
will arrlvo In Honolulu C;Si) a. ni
Wednesday, and will sail at I p. m.
M. N. S. 8. Honnliilan, en routo to
San Francisco, S p. m., September 10.
600 miles from Honolulu. All woll.
Many Passengers In Trii)u.
It Is reported that tho Japanese 'lin
er Tenyo Maru, duo to arrlvo at Ho
nolulu tomorrow morning en routo
from San Francisco to Japan and
China, Is carrying n largo list of pns
sengois, Including " spilnkllng of re
turning missionaries. Tho vessel will
bo given i piouipt dispatch and unless
Eomethln unforseeii happens will sail
for Yokohama at G o'clock In the uf
Three. Steamers to Arrive Tomorrow.
Iirco deep Vea steainC'rs tub duo
to arrlvo at to ihiu tomorrow 'and
Indications point to an exceedingly
busy day along tho wharves. The
i;auau!itu-Austraiiin ,Iur Makurn
.,.. . .. .. ... ,
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors , Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines " x
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
- Phone 1281
from Sydney, N. S. W by the way of
Auckland, New Zealand Is duo to ar
il vo off tho harbor by ten o'clock lu
Iho morning 'and according to pres
ent arrangement, the vessel will be
dispatched for Victoria at eleven
o'clock. This will niTord oppjrliinily
Tor Honolulu people lo listen to an
evening concert by Iho famed Soura
baud, which organization Is traveling
to the mainland alter closing a suc
cessful season In the Colonics,. The
Japanese liner Tenyo Maru, should ar
rlvo from San Frnnclsco nt mi early
hour In tho morning and It Is the In
tention of Castle and Cooke, tho
agents lo dlsp.itch tho vessel for Jap
an ports and China nt llvo o clock lint
evening. The Tenjo and tho Mukuru
will bcith at Alakca whaif. The
United Slntcs army transsirt Logan
Is thu third vessel now on the hoards
for arrival tomorrow. Tho Uigan la
en routo from San Frnnclsco to Mn
nlla nnd may show- up during thu
morning hours. Her departure will
depend somewhat uion tho anion a t of
Klyo Maru En Route to Honolulu.
ICn routo lo Central and South Ami
i lean ports by the way of Honolulu
thu Toyo Klscu Kaisha freighter Klyo
.Maru is reported through cables as
having sailed from Yokohama on last
Thursday. Tlio Klyo Is exacted to
arrlvo hero on or abJtit September
Less Than One Hundred for the Si
erra.r . ,
To; dato, there nro less than ono
hiuidreil'rfnblii Vn'-seni'crs bo-iked, for
Iho Oceanic steamship Sierra to sail
for San Francisco at ten o'clock on
Wednesday morning, Tho Indications
aie Unit tho popular vessel will dc-
pait with many empty cabins. A few
l'oitugiieee families luivo secure!
transportation to Hie Coast In tho
fctoqrage. ' TlteTSlcrra Is departing for
San Frauclserf with a big cargo In
cluding shipments of sugar, pineap
ples and other Hues of Hawaiian pro
ducts. Klnau Brought Big List of Passengers
Tho Inter-Island steamer Klnau
brought ono of tho largost lists ot
cabin passengers lu months on nui
val from Kauai ports yesterday morn
lug. Tho vessel wus well loaded with
frulght, Including 3150 sacks sugar
."'Jo wicks rlco, 101 sacks taro, 1U0
packages hone), 11 cases wax, S
crates alligator pea is, 2 iiutos and
I r') packages sundries. Purser Kent
icports modoiVtc weather on tho out
ward trip with strong northeast wind
nnd heavy sens lu returning. The Kl
nan Is on tho berth for dispatch for
Kauai poits of call at Iho o clock to.
morrow oveulng. J ' '
New York Cargo by the Alaskan.
Tlio Anieilcau;Hnvvallan frelghloi
Alaskan duo to arrlvo from Piigct
Sound on or about KcpWnber IBIli Is
rciuirtcd as bringing .nraluluuil cargo
which left Now' York in tno American
Hawaiian freighter Kcntucklan on
July 10th and Iho Oregoninu on July
25th. This freight was., ti unshipped
to tho Alaskan nt Sollua Crui, which
vessel has pro.'coded lip Iho coast and
nuilcd to .tlio original cm go.
Two Deep Sea Vessels at Kahulul.
Purser French of tho Intor-Islaml
steamer Mlknhhla reported 'on arrival
from Maul and Molokal ports yestor
day tho schooner Cnrrlor pove and tho
American-Hawaiian freighter Colunv
hhin nt Kahulul. Tho Mlkahala
brought a largo list. of cubln and deck
pisstngorB ami tho following linos of
general cargo: 57 pigs, !58 bales wool,
2K tons scrap run, 32 cases honoy, 42
sacks naddv. fi crates oags. 129 Backs
com, 204 jiaekages sundries, Tho Ml
TIDES SUN AND MOON
'5 3 r sr t
D,,tc rs- 52. js- rl 5I b
3d Jrf d H 't 7 l
i i ji j j; X i
Hrnl. in. ptn. p.m I m.
Il : I.I MTil.U ll1s M7 b
II ".IS .R (110 .. 11 jw J4 eu
13 1. 10 ji 0.11 ( toj t.t; 8f)l
II .K 10 1M O.U 4 96 Ms SO.
15 0.10 10 031 1.30 (,MHt 640
JB 1107 1.7 (1.10 Sk' 7.80 4.l(i 5.1c
10. 1 1
Uist Mimrti r lit tho Inoon Bept.
kahala Is scheduled to depart for Mo
lokal and Mnufjiorta at flv o'clock
Purser Kent or y the Inlcr-lsland
ijtoanier Kluuii rcporls Iho following
sugar awaiting shipment on Kauai:
K. 8. M. 1200. M. A. K. 01,6,2, (I. &
It.' 1150, K. P. 4fifi2, M. S. Co. 2200
K. 8. Co. SOO, L. 1. 210.
What Is probably Iho longest pas
sago up the Coast Oils' summer Is
that of tho American schooner II. D.
llendkseii, which arrived In Astoria
on August '15, alter heating" off tlio
mouth of tho Columbia tttver for
tvvciity-sl. days. Arriving at thu same
lime was Uio schooner ICrlc, which
leipilreii one day longer to mako the
passage up from Hcdondo,
Tho National (luaril start today on
their camp session and out of honor
to Genera! M. M. Macomb, II. 8. A.,
have chilstcncd all of their camps
Two companies will go Into each
camp today and remain for six dnys
when their place will be taken by two
nioro companies and later by another
two. These ure the orders that have
been Issued in connection with the
Onhu guards who go into camp near
Schoflcld llanncks, lllchua. The
Maul boys will go into camp near Ka
hulul and having only ono company
tlicy will finish earlier. The final
camp will bo held by tho llllo com
pany. Col. J. W. Jones, adjutant general
or the National (luaril, Issued .(lie ord
ers yesterday. t
Temperatures t! a. in., "G; S a. in.,
TT; 10 a. in., 7!J; noon, 50; morning
Ilnromctur, S a. in., 29.97; ubsoluto
humidity, 8 a. m., 7.172 grnlns per
cubic, foot; relative humidity, 8 n. in.
72 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m, 07.
Wjnd 0 a', ni., velocity C, direction
K.; 8 a, m., velocity 0, direction K.;
10 a. in., vcloclty'5, direction U.; noon,
elodlty'4, direction E.
'ltalnrnll during 21 hours ended S a.
Total wind movement during ' 24
bourn ended at noon. 170 miles.
MOTHER AND AUNT ' ! V
OBJECT TO THE GROOM
The hiiiMcii .mil practically secret
marriage of Miss Warren Mills, tho
young California ghl who has btcu
stopping nt tlio Moan. i Hotel with her
inothcr, Mrs! d.. T Oiirns"", and her
niiiil, Mrs. 8. fi. McMillan, to J.iuus
John CrcsHvvoll II, ones, a ypung Kng
llsbman with Iho Commercial 1'ucllle
Cable Cnmpuny, Pns stlrrii up con
sliUrable oxeltcinent not only among
friends of the happy pair, but In tho
family circle no will, according to n
ports. Tho mother and mint protest
ugalntl tho mnrrkigo mid video stren
uous objections to Mr. Huynes lis the
liuslkiiid.of their daughter uud niece.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tho Pin 1'clckniio land enso has
been continued until tomorrow morn
ing. Mattois woro quid up at tho Unit
ed States District Court this morn
ing tho expected Federal grand Jury
leiioit not coming to hand, It Is
thought that II will ho made tomor
The United States Hrmy transport
Logan lo arrive from tho Coast to
ninrrovv morning will bn bertho) ut
llnckfcld wharf. Tho troopship Is
Jirlngliig down '00 tons geuorai. cargo
lor tho local iiuurtcrninstor ilopuit
incut. Tho transport, will bo given a
Biipply of coal while hoio. I
1IUI 01W1 KM'KHT.I.S.
Tho Hul Olwl giivo a very enjoyable
dnnco at h. of P. hall last Saturday
evening. Attendance was Nery largo
and tho evening was spent pleasantly
Tho Hul 0wl dances uro fast becom
ing a feature and uro filling u much
.11 IIS. KKAHMS DlvAl).
Mis Margaret, Id-urns, mother of 11
A. Kcarns, usslstnnt secretary of the
board of immigration, nnd of Miss
Floicnco Kearns, died this morning nt
the age of 73 years, I lor husband
died on March 24, 1910.
i , r. .'.-? : f
Su'rlday, Sept. 10.
Jnpan potts Shinyo Mnnl. Jni).i
stnii'., 8:30 n. m. '
Illlo WllhelmliiH, M. N. 8. S., a. in. I
Nuvvciisllo, N. S. W. Hollo of lie-,
land, Ur. stmr., 0 a. in.
Kauai portB Klnnti, stmr., n, in.
Maul, Molokal and La mil Kirts
Mlkahala, stmr., n. m.
Sunday, Sept. 10.
Sun Francisco Shinyo Maru,
stmr., 5115 p. in,
I PASSENGERS ARRIVF.D ,
i . ,.
Per stmr. Klnau. from Knunl jiorU..
Sept. in. H. P. Favc. J. Fassolh. V.
Oay, Mrs (lay, B. Onv, Mrs; Ktslon,!
A. Hoblnson. O. l Wilcox, Mrs. Wil
cox, .1, II, Fisher, John WooC. II,
(lay, K. a ;jlrldKPWtcr, Mrs? L. T.
Peck, Ncvytou Peck, Mib. A. I.ocko.
,W. von Iloll, Mrs. II. Llndlci' Mis.
Miller, V. IL,Pollcr-Ldla Miller, A.
Miller, Miss A. K. Ilnae. W. J. Do
Fries, MIss'M". Itlchnrds, W'A. Love,-
Mrs. live, Mrs. Ki Ai .Aicjcamlcr,; llu
AlcNuiidcr, Miss . Pcnnov"cr,' Mrs: ic.
Wntei house, Mis. W. li.'Wliltilngton
Miss M. Wilcox, G. M. CoheyV W. A.
Coney, H. C, Mpad, W., H. Harding,
Miss A. Hnrijicr, Mrs. J A. Hngg.
Miss Hogg, J.JIfigg, Jr.. Miss A.
Tucker, Miss Dow, A. L. Wilcox, Mrs.
Wilcox, Miss U Weber, Jdlss Johnson,
W. To) lor, J. Diiggnn, l.csllo Wels
bard, D. Haldvvlii, 1). Ilaldwlu, Dr.
dials or, H. O. Colin, Miss Fernandez
A. V. Pclers,W. M. Vincent, Mrs.
Ascll, Miss Hhickslad, ,Mlss Nodmcy
er. Mis. linmmcl, I Wong .Murgiiiet
Long. C. II. llrown, J, K. Kuln, Mrs.
Ah Nee, Mrs. C. S. Kino, L. Wntcr-
Jioiisi and 25 deck.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, from Molokal
and Maui pints, Sept, 10. Mrs, Kuu
huku. Mis. Hid a, Mrs. C. 12. Harvey.
H. lHrvey, (Ion. Harvey, II. II. Pngue,
Miss 10. Keula, MH.:l'cnhnllow, .liilhi
l.co, MrB. M. Williams. Mrs. M. San
tos, Miss K. Haldwln, lliimbl Ilaldwlu,
Herbert Ilaldwlu, IC. M. llatdwlu, J. N
Kershner, I.. Niincs'. Mis. W. Mc'lcr
row, A. O Zulnevlllo, Hro. Cbnrlcs,
Miss, K. Short, Miss Mcnglcr, Mrs.
Williams, Mrs. J. Auuiu, Miss It. C
Shaw, Miss J. C. Shaw, Miss Heaver,
Mrs. H. 11. Hitchcock, Miss A. Ayntt'
Miss May Malioe, Mrs. C. C. Coniint
Mrs. Hume, Miss Hendry, A. Hrunc,
W. Prune, W. C Hitchcock, II. IL
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
lldiulay, Seplemhcr It.
8AN FRANCISCO Arrived, Sept. 11,
S S. Santa Marin, henco Sept. 2.
KAANAPALI Arrived, Sept. C, llkt.
John Smith from Port Ludlow.
KAIIUI.UI galled, Sept. 8, noon, S. S.
Honolulon for 8itnl'7rancJsco.
WIRI1LKSS 8. 8. Mukura will ar
rlvo tomorrow nt 10 a. m. from Suva
and sails tar Victoria about midnight.
8. 8. Miinujm will arrive Wednesday
at G n. in, f I oin Victoria ami sails for
Sydney nt 4 p. in.
President Pratt of the Hoard of
Health has received a letter from Dr.
W. K Conkoy In which ho ncccpt's the
position of government physician for
Kuul at a remiineintlun of $25 per
"Thu doctor Is only doing this to
help us out," raid the president tills
morning, "and wo fully appreciate the
fact. Wo only lial that amount lo-givo
for tho position nnd for a long, lime
felt some, dillldeiico aliout asking him
lu handle the district for us. Dr.
Ilobdy bail charge of It, however, uud
managed to pull through wl(hlt. It
means a great deal for us to Jiuvo a
man like Dr, Conltcy thero."
In the loafer Dr. Conkey also spoke
of the good effect wljlch tho circu
lars that President Pratt has had piit
In circulation have had. Up and
around Pain ho distributed soma of
them and the, mothers .are following
out tho schedule for baby feeding .with
great benefit to the small ones.
t v v i ,i n . , . r .
I $ A
Tho county committees of the sev
eral political parties mlgljt wo) lake
a hanil u helping .along nu eirl'y reg
istration of Mitors according to thu
belief of, those who have Jo do with
turn impoiiant work.
Registrations mo coining In excoed
Ingly slow lu thq gfllco of clty and
county clork Kalnuoknlaul who ro
ixirts that with this morning hut 915
names have been enrolled ou tho gro.il
It has Jieen suggested that' several
county committees might wolf notif
tho secretaries of tho different ji'ro
clnrts to call, a precinct meeting for
Iho purposo of upjHitulIng u cnjumlf
too whoso duly It will he Id seo Hint
tho' votorB In the' several (ireclncta uie'
pioperly niii promptly leglstcicd,
Tho Knllhl laud enso lu which Solo
mon Mnlielona Is the defendant was
continued with this moinlng moie
cvldenco as to the ovviicishlp of tho
land being tr.kcn. .
are again obtain
able in all sizes
As Good as
t '. ' .
"THE HOUSE OF STAPLES"
KA Mill SAVED;
(Ucntlnued from Pag 1)
Uiedlc.il attention and later ho was
lemoved to his homo.
Caplnln Miller, owner of tho whoim
cr, took charge of salvago operatlcns
and (he James Mnkeo found llttlo dlf
Jlculty In towing (he schooner Into
deeper watpr. Captain Miller slates
that he did not loose any of tho vulu
nblo railway tics with which Iho Ka
Mol was lauded beforo leaving llllo.
All the tlmbor was safely landed ut
koolnu. tIiu Ka Mol went Into com
mission Immediately on arlval this
morning nil1 n shipment of cement
was quickly placed nboaid for towago
to Pearl Harbor.
The schooner will not bo placed on
the jnarluo j-lbvay .for .some time to
James F. Morgan says tlieio Js no
truth lu tho statement made hy ono
of Iho Iltsliop sticet commissioners
and quoted lu tho I) ill lu tin of io
cent date, lh.it ho had nu option on
the Oregon block from Sullivan and
Huckley nt $80,000. Mr. Morgan's rcp
teseiitutlvo -stales that an attempt
was niado to secure mi option on this
propel ty hut It was not successful.
This was done dining Mr. Morguu's
absence fiom Iho city.
After all tin .blatcuicuts made to
members of Iho commission' havn
been threshed out it appears that no
options on tho pncrly huvo bscn
given by" Sullivan anil Iluckloy nt low
figures imdiouG uio now in force
MISS K0L01VI0KU AND '
WM. TAYLOR TO WED
At 7 o'clock tonight Miss Hannah
Kaiuakl.l.iul Kolnmoku, daughter of
1 1 Ira in Koloniokii of the lli'm of Allen
.t Itoblujon, vvlll be marrh-d to Win. II.
13. Taylor, engineer of the Oahu Hall
way He Ijind Co. Ltd.
The wedding will take placu In Ka
wiiiciiitn ciyirch,' Hcv. II. If. Parker or
llclqtlng. After liii marriage ceremony
llC. couple ul)l..itclvo out to tlio, homo
of thu brhh'H parents', wdiero u ro
qeptwiif nnd Juan vlll lip given.,
Mirs Kojoinokii !j well known to Iho'
Knvvuhihnoltes, luivlug been a pupil at
the. Kuwakha(i Seminary for somii
jciirs. Ir. Taylor Is ono of tho rMng
employes of tho Oahu Hallway k. IjiihI
Oo.i He 'wus educated at the lCuineha
nulla Kc)(ool for Hoys.
Tim engugeiiLnl of tho oung eo
pie was unnu'iinccij i-somo time ago.
y : r
WrT llnMrHn t nrr int,
Just tho Thing
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HAWAII DRUG CO.
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