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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, 8EPT. 13, 1911.
llaall.ii Third Hrgrrr.
llcgtilar, .' i. in;
llnniiliilii I'liiiiilrr 1. .H.
;itul .11. 1'. .M.
All Tallinn mraDrn t t
Order ar cordially lritlttd to
?Mi,,i meetings of local'teaRe'
Meet on the
2nd ar.J 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' otheV Aim
BENEFICIAL ASSn,5IATI0ILvcition cor.
ii.Uy invited. '
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
licet eiry llrnt mid tlilrat Tucdny
nf each mouth In Krattrulty Hull, I. O
O r. IiuIIiIIiik. Visiting lirullicrH cur
tlally lnv Itt-tl to attend.
V. ,1 UOIUNHO.V. H.ichcin.
11 V. TOl'U, C r It.
C0H0LULU LOPOJE.ie. B. P. 0. Z.
Honolulu I,odge No. 1B, It. P. O.
tiki, mceTn In their hall, on King
Strrft, ntir Tort, eiery Krlday i
ulnjc. Vletltlni; Ilrotbcm ar cordially
'nTlted to Httcn!.
i) p it. isi:Nni;rta. u. n.
oi:o. t. ui.ui:ai:i., sec.
Vi. VcKINLEY L'ODOE. NO. 8,
llrtm ovary 2nd and 4th Saturday
uliip tt 7:30 o'clock In K. ot I'.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ilorctanla. Vlilt
lait brolhr crdlilly lurlttd - at
tnd. !'. F. KILIIKT, C. C.
K. A. JACOIISON, K. U. B.
"" OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every llrst unit third Friday at
' S(i o'clock, i'jlliiiin Jlull.tiinier'nrre
Manlu and Fort streets. Visitlui; brolh
rrs cord Lilly Invited to attend.
K. niCCKUIt, c. c.
o. niMNi:. k. or it. & a.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Mi'ils mi second and fourth Wedncs-
,l:iv r fiiliiir of each tnonth at 7l30
o'clock, hi Him Antonio Hiili, Vineyard
ktreet. near Uniin.i. Milling lirotlurs
ro lultcd to nit. Mid
OCO. A. DAVIS, V.
WM C MVOY, Secy.
MILTON & PARSONS
are showing a complete line of
SUMMER AND FALL MILLINERY
Alto tho Idlest untitles III Feathers,
Flowers and Hand Trimming
Hotel Clrest Oppooito Young Hotel
NEW SCHOOL HATS
Handsome Panama Hal for Ladies at
"Miss, power's millinery
. PARLOR --1 ,
Ooston Block Fort Street
"If you (jo front San Francisco to Manila, from Vancouver to Australia or New South Walos, -from Panama to Yokohama, or from South America to Hong Kong, you must of ne
cessity go by way qf .Honolulu, Honolulu the Crossroads of the Pacific."
NEW NAME NEW POMCfY SEW MANAGEMENT
f HE CROSSROADS BOOKSHOP, Ltd.,
Successors o BROWN & LYON COMPANY, Lt4.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It goes without Baying Hint every
thing Ih IichI Hi Tliu Hncore.
Tlic lilcKcat cholera germ known is
oil clilbltlou at tho Anchqr Saloon.
'Humid tho Island summer ruto, $30.
Lewis' Slnhlca and Garage. Tel. 2141.'
Tlioto Is it meeting of Hip Harbor
Commissioners tills 'nflcrnuon lit 2
t'luo assortment of I.tly 1 1 1 1 1 1 j a , $1
.cr dozen. Mis. Tiiylnr, Florist,
Phonu 233D. ' '
See tlio great Millies In Jordan's
two big windows (if miittlln underwear
on .sale tomonow and l-'rlilny.
I 'ay cash and ask for Green Stamps.
Thoy'io free. And call at the sho'w
toonis and sec tho new goods.
Don't miss seeing tho lino display
of hund-decoralcd Hawaiian scenes on
China at tho Curio Don. 111!) Kort St."
Tickets ' nro selling fast for tho
Puuiicuc-Myrtlc-llcnlanl danco for
September It), at the Young Hotel. The
cnemleii am going to bo on hand nud
all will innliu glad
.lames Outalii et ill was given1 the
ci(lk't by default in tho rase which
ho had against Aklna ct al In the Cir
cuit Court before Judgo William U
Whitney this morning.
A meeting of tho lllshop sltect ex
tension eommlsKlou will bo held In
tho Senate Chamber tomorrow morn
ing at half past ten o'clock when n
partial estimate as to their assess
ment will bo mado public.
I.lberato Conn', and tho others who
aio bringing suit ug.ilnst Judge Wil
liam I,. Whitney, sugar planters and
the local polco concerned with the
labor recruiting troubles, havo tiled n
motion to set the ease for trial on
Friday next. They liavo also mado
their applications for trial by Jury.
Tho teachers of tliu MeKintcy High
School will be prsc'iitpit tho building
on Friday morning! to examine t'hoso
pupils in any branch of study in which
they were found deficient at the end
lug of the summer term, that they
may ho ablo to go on with their
classos In regular standing.
(Continued from Paaa 1)
that our iirui and navy inuit lie main
lalncd ns Htrongly as any other coun
try on Hie cni-iti. The surest guaran
tee for pence Is prcp.trcilneH.i for war.
"I came down hern with no special
incrHigc, hut to sen what 1 mold learn.
WJth the cccitl"n of one thing, tluiMi
heel) able to eooncrate with your ,tcl-
egatn In eer)thlu that hn Iuih nhlif.l
nf me, iiiut us far as I can I will do
so III the fllturn."
San Frnncico Fair.
M-ch wlih a'ploa'V;; a Vu'gn eMilbul?" '" " '"" " "
flniu Hawaii for the Sum Franelco
full-, urglrg as the grounds for this
that It would attract attention, not
nnte frnm Amfrt.'iinH. hut nlso frnm
iitiriiii'(M of othrrs who would, 1)0
,.,.. tnn. ,i,..i. i... r.i fm. iii"fiiMt
,)mn , (,cri.,,, "Tlu-io men," ho
iiincludcil, "will coino down hero to See
jour Islands nnd many of them will
Imcsl their nmncy here when they
hne seen them."
THIS HOT ONE?,
People "down under" in Australia
K'om to have I bo Yfllow- Peril Ipig
worro Just iw- and (hau thoy hao
cer had It before. Tho latest Is that
largBmmbers of'Japancso ,tro drilling
morv nli.'lit lintnfibut Honolulu, with.
It is supposed, the Idea of uiYOOplns
down On Australia. 1
Tho' letter which brought Ih?
Hurtling nows states to Its locil reci
pient: "I wish lo nsk you, specially
whether there Is any truth In n yarn
told Jiy a man wlio had Just coma from
Honolulu to tho effect that tho Jap
anese tlicic wero drilling In largo
numbers nt night homewhcio by the
r.01'1 uhbrelT think IiO'buM.V '
Wc will remain at the old stand in the Yotiny Building, al)ont one-half a block Matika
from King Strccf. It will bo our business to supply your every want in the way of books.
It will ho our policy to extend to you every courtesy ajul altcntipn possjhe.
Wc hnvc remodeled our store, have filled up a reading and rest room, have put in a tel
ephone in a sncliisivo and comfortable place ,hayo done and aro doing everything possible
o mnko our sloro pleasant nnd attrnotivo for our pustomcrs, In dpinu tills, howovor, .wo
City Transfer Co. -
JAS. H. LOVE
MAPteADEN LINERS NOW
SPEEDING FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Two Sloamcrs Depart for tho Coast This Morning With Two
Hundred and Fifty Passengers Intcr-lsland Vessels
Bring Many Passengers and. Report Rough Weather
Transport Logan to Make Extended Stay.
Tho IriuiB-I'aclflc liners
speeding towards San l'rnncNco with
tonicthlng like forty-flo thouvnd
cases or prcsercd pineapples besides
nearly live thousand tons sugar. The
Oceanic steamship Sierra with kS.
cabin and 20 steerage passengers pull-l
. . .... (
e,i away irom .no wnari iiiiccu nun-
utes after ten o'clock but carried a
malt destined for the mainland
amounting lo !'2 sacks. Captain
Hnudletto waited until tlio Matsoii
NaigallQu Rle.imcr had gained' the
cntraucq to the channel bcfoio hack
ing' out into tho stream.
"(let away day" kept a largo miin
,hcr of penplo on the Jump this morn
ing. Tlio Territorial hand divided tho
honors between the Oceanic and Mat
son wlinif. Tho steamer Wlllielmlna
was llrst to leave tho hatlior, her
lines being cast on promptly at ten
Tho Oceanic steamer Sierra can led
III addition to 20.000 cases of plues,
about 1500 tons sugar, 300U bunches
hamulus, loon melts rice, 300 sack!
Oceanic cscl also took.. on a con
signment of eighteen tanks filled, with
llely ami kicking frogs which nro
destined to afford n dainty tit hit to
tho gastiouomlcs nlong the coast.
A small amount of fresh llncu-
ples which aio hoped to luno cseap
ed tho ravages ot Hie fruit fly or olh
or pests wero Bout along as part ot
6cr at tho Matson wlinrf. stovo
dores this morning roniplelcd tho
work of stowing nway 32,0110 cases of
pineapples. The M'sse had been load
bananas, 8I1O sacks ileo nud hiiiiio
Hues of gcueinl cargo.
Tho Wlllielmlna carried ninety-two
cabin nnd 27 steerage passengers so
Ibis number places her llrl a ti lllo
ahead "I the Occr.nlo btciuushlp.
Tho ntlcndaueo at tho whan en was
about equally divided. A portion of
tlio crowd npiioaied to follow in tho
wake of tho baud Tho musical or
ganization played the last farewell
nolo from the Mat&on wharf, but
echoes reached tho Oceanic dock lo
tho delight nf the fileirn eiowd,
Among tlio cabin passengers In tho
Wlllielmlna wero a number of Colo
nials wlio arrived In the M:ti
kurn yestorday and resumed tho
Jnuiney to tho Coast In tho Motion
boat Doth cseols nro duo to urrlwi
nt San Francisco on noxt Tuesday
morning tho Sierra picsutuahly 111 tit
reaching tho goal.
W,C, Peacock &Co;fMd.
Tel. V704 Wines and Ljqfiors Jcl: 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
, i ( Mont Routje Wines
SqIo Agents Mumm's Champagne
(SchlitzBecr ' - ,'
- Phone 1281
Kukul Towed Schooner to Sea.
Tho United Slates lighthouse ton
der Kukul toon a lino fiom the Ame-
ilcan schooner Cnrilcr Dove while at
Kaliiilai on Inst Tuesday nnd towed
tho lumber cssel lo sen. Tho Car-
iiler Dove was illsrhaigeil lit a full
bhlpmcut of lumber during her three
weeks' stay nt the Maul Krl. l'ursgi
Klhllng of tho lulcr-lslum! steamer
Cal,0 rcl.l8 t,0 KClooncr Mo.
rose is dlschaiglng ut Hllo. The
Claiidluo returned from Hawaii la
Maul iiorts this morning with 11 fair
sired list of cabin and deck passen
gers. Tho rrelghl included' shipments
of IS crates chickens, 97 hogs, 13 bar-
lels iKil. 13 nieces lumber, tl sacks
torn, 75 tacks tnio, 511)0 feet of na
Iho lumber, 10 hales wool, 10 sacks
paddy, ono unto and (it) packages sun
dries. Smooth seas and Hghl wlndr.
wen; encouutoicd In returning.
Much Rain Along Kauai Cor.t,
Thcro hns been conridoralilo rain
011 the coast of Kauai and along the
1011I0 covered by tho Inter-Island
sleamcr V. (I. Hall. Puiser Logan
leiKirts ,Etrong northeasl winds uml
lougli sens in returning to Honolulu.
Tho Hnll wns an enrly arrival this
morning with IG02 sacks sugar, 20
racks cocoanuts, 11 quantity of ump
ties and &! packages Hiiinjiios.
Sherman Hat Reached the Coast.
A cable received at tho loca) branch
of tho Merchants' Exclintice Is to tho
effect that tho army transport Sher
man sailing' from' hero 'on September
Cth arrived 'at San Francisco nt onu
o'clock jostculay afternoon.
.lapancso'.to tho number of neatly
twojltiiidiod JtiHik passiigo In tho, Toyo
KU;ii Kulb)ia'",iiicr Tcuyo Maru which
pulled nway from AlaKe.i wharf slnrt
ly afler flo o'clock last eNcnliig. Tliq
esscl depaited for Japan nnd Clilni
IKirltl, with every 'cabin flllvrt to eaji.i
clty, In addition In one hundred ijn 1
ninety twoi tliiiiugh first class nas-
1 scngers twunty-flvo Joined the stolm-
slilp ut Honolulu. While 110 muulcal
Kc'cnnilp wns glxcn, u largo crowd
gathered to blil fatcweli to friends.
Tlio liaikontluo Irmgard Is credlled
Willi liming mado a good passage
down fiom San Franeiseo. According
to resirt tho vessel nntved at Ma
liukomi jesturduy 'wilh general iner
William Williamson nnd Mrs. Wll
IhmiMyi aro receiving enngratiilttlous
today upon tho hlrtli of n baby daugh
ter, born nt 10:30 o'clock tills morn
ing. Mis. Williamson nnd tho baby
aio both repotted us doing very well.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
n-it P fs. i V l e I
??! il i i
Hrtl. ' i in. p m i nt
II .' I.I S.5T 11.11 II : MI 6 )H
13 o-lf 1.5 oiv itw M CO. una
13 "i" in sai ot sir.'m; o.ot jji
li Pi- is i.i". o.i:, i.no s.ik n ion
15 UK IS 0M, CM S.IS 5MIII.I!
IS 1107 1.7 11.10 5.10 T.JS'fc.tS'B.SS i.
P I" I
iJ J)1 'i 'H I -if "o ! lis o.is
lisl quart! r of tlio moon Sept. 15.
Troopers Were Vaccinated.
There was nunc than ono man on
Iim.I ,l,n tTnlln.l ulnln.. .... ,
noil this morning who hs.l eatisn lo
remember tlio oyngo down fiom San
Francisco. There wns a gcpcral hear-
lug of good right arms among tho
olllrcrs and enlisted men. Ah-order
was Issued compiling each to submit
1.. lntuillttlllH I'll-. . -I. .....
L.,.u Vr.: :. "" ."1" r...r" ."'":
plctvd Tuosdiiy morning but not he
roic tlio trnnsiort had been (.coured
lor victims of tho little sea pel and
Kauai Sugar. "
l lie following sugar Is reported by
Lumber for Kauai
The American schooner Dcflauco Is
leiKirled as having snJIed from Asto-.
rn with n shipnient of lumber dee-
lined for Port Allen.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Wednesday, Sept. 13.
NKWCASTI.B Sailed, Sept. 11: Hkt.
Kokn Head, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed,' Sept. 12: S. S.
China', for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Hailed, Sept. 13.
1:20 p. in.:,d. 8. Persia, for Hono
lulu. SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Sopt. 13,
i:zu p. m.: g. 8. l.urllno, lor Hono
lulu. KAIIUMII Sailed, Sept. 12: Sclir.
Carrier Hove, for Port Townscnd.
Schooner Sailor Hoy, 310 tons, 20
days from Fanning Island, partially
dismasted, put into iort In illstress.
Will probably repair and pioceed.
Per U. 8. A. T. I)gan, from San
Franeiseo For Honolulu: Civilian:
Hon. I). L. Conkllng, Miss A II Thomp
son. Army: U.-Col. V. Y. Stamper,
wlfo nud two children, Capt. 0, TV.
rrccmnu, Jr., Mrs. Freeman, son, mo
ther nud sister, Copt. F, Vj 8. Chum-
borlnlnr'wlfo nnd' two- chlldron; l.t.
Pieston, l.t. II. It. Campbell, Lt. Fred
endall, wlromd ph'lMJ l.tpY'A;Mlak
cr and wlto'. lalRbcd, Maj.j W M.
Crulkshaiik, First Fletd Artillery, wlfo
nfi'd uflslilcrs r'.t, llchknpf, wlfo and
thieOcnildrcnVlitMSowart, Klfth Cav
aliy, wlfo and two chlldien, Mrs. Kll.i
Jl. Walker nud child, J. 0. Anthony.
Through: S." P. Juugllng, C. B. Itonr
don, Philip. Mulleif, Alexander Crelg,
and wire, Oeo. C. Mason, Piul JL
Ilium mid wife, Paul Wulff, Oco, if
Ilarwnld, J. P. !?ergert Harry O. ()ar(
ner, Mrs. Fredk. Funston, sou and
dauglitcr. Miss Jimcphlnc Cobiirn, Mrs
(1. S. Young and daughter, Miss It. W.
Field, Mm. F. S. Long and daughter,
Mis. C. S. Uldloy, Mrs. H. (1. Davids,
Mis. II. Hawley and son, Mrs, 8. A.
Ilorlz, Miss Lou Oaten, M.lss A. D.
McDonald, -Mini) Uittlo Clirlstmau.
Miss C. M. Morrall, Mrs. II. J. nirsch
Ingcr and daughter, Mrs. D. II. Swill
ing, W. II. I). Kent. K. C. Karlc, Mrs.
T. Klllorln and duaghtro, W. M. Swirt.
Cora Miller. Miilihla Pomeo, 'Clam j:.
Kllwaugcr, Klzuhclli J. Kenny, Mar
gin et Kearney, Tlobt. Kallman, Mrs.
lt. II. l.iuden,Jlui. C. S. Dcnelio, W.
Vinson, Majl II. M.'oril, Miij. lil. C.
Ilnqkcy, MhJ. P, IC Trnuli, T. Camp-
hcll, Carl'. It. Smith,, lAZC, C. Culver,'
Lt. II. a. Stahl, L' W. II,-.Smith, l.t.
W. 8. Slnrglll, i;t,'W,' C Poller, l.t.
T; Mlllor, l.t. D.'g. Iiun9r. I.t.,J;'T.
Ayilclqtlo, .t. H. n-Begry, l.t. OtfW.
Cook. ,t. A. O. Davis, 'l.t. J. Iio,
l.t. II. I. Harris. l.t. J it. Diadlcy.
-H. K, lllssong. 8. 11. Ainiat, H. (L
Itiec, Mrs. II. K. lllssong, Mrs. 11. M.
1-ord, Mif.. P. K. Traiih and 2 dntigh-
rurscr U)gan of tho Hall as awaiting Kay, .Mrs. HcKay, I.eo Toma, Oco.
Hilpmcnt on Kauai: M. A. K. 07.137,' Howard. T. A Hlmiison, I. I). Can
K. S M. 7330, tl. & 11. 1S0O. K. S. flcl(, w. Kit1. Miss L. Kakanl, Mrs.
Co. 1S00, M. 8...CO. 22Q0. I- . 13,0 ( W,laB,.1-AMlrtWIW1MlM!lW, Doas, M.
' X TC I . V ,,' M '
lets, Mrs. T. Campbell, dauglitcr and! Mrs. C. C. Conradt Mini It, Copp,
son, Mrs. It Smith, Mrs.. W. C. Pot- Miss Allco Duekwpod, Mrs. Chang
(erl-Mt. T.'MIt5r ifJi'ifann, Mi's. I: L'8rig, Mlss'l?. "Marital el tc'. " -
have not overlooked the most important feature of any Book Shop; namely, the careful sel
ection of hooks which we feel are just what you want.
CHRISTMAS is but a trifle oyer three months away, and we wish to announce now flint
wo aro bringing to the Islands a larger, finer and more beautiful collection of special holiday
books than have ever boon hero boloro. If you desiro anything special we will ho very glad
to order it for you,
rjecry. Airs. 0. W. Cook and daugh
ter, Airs. A. O, IXivIn unit daughter,
Mrs. .1. W, l-mc, daughter and sou,
Mrs. 11. I. Hnrrls, Mrs. J, tt. llrailley,
Col, It. Dlcklns, IJ. 1. Jones, Ernest
Durr and A. a. Kirk. '
Tor C.-A. 8. 8. Mnrama from Vic
toria niul Vancouver, Sopt. 13. Mrs.
A. M. Taylor, Misses l.ldgatc (2),
Miss Armstrong, Mr. Osborne, Mr. II.
Colley, Mrs. Collcj', Miss Van Schick,
Mrs. Hose, Mrs. A. ll.ihhlgc, Miss M.
ChrlBtordicrncn. Miss I. Mncdonald,
Atr'..,S,4'. 'lloy'tiMlHrt l;.aiDavies,
Mr's. V. Mntdsoii, MrK Uraj'ton, J. H.'
tlrayton, C. McNnli, lit. McNnli, Mlsi
McNali, Mrs. Mrs. F. M.Castcr, Mrs.
M. 8. Nicholl, Mrs. Nlchoil, Master
Nlrholl, Mrs. 1. Dyson, Mr. Wcnl
worlh, Mrs. It. A. Jordan, Miss Jor
dan, Mrs. II. Hayscldcn, Master Hay-
KpluonMlsa jl. Car, Miss A. King, M
aes, H. n.,ntisscll, Mrs. Husscll, S.
Ramsay, Mrs. M. Ramsay, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Jenkins, Miss M. Post, 'Mr. Cram-
or, C. Scott, Miss Raumthorst, Mrs 1
M, )cn0 ,, nfnnl, Mri). n. Hnrpcr,'
& lvlRt.nof Misses Levlngstono.
Mm. Lovlngslono, K. Fclhlg, K. t'ctlt,
M. Uugau, (1. Fortune, (1. Kerr, Mr.
Ilusby, l'X Shaw, J. II. Cunning, A.
Crouch and C. K. F.lchleo.
l'cr stmr. Claudlnc, from Hawaii
nnd Maul xrts, fiopt. 13. W. Mc-
J."KiYlt' K.,JAk(i'i5, '.Mfii'.'WA'.'IIansen.
Xllutt lllritiunii A All 11 t.H (I. 1 Unnnn
Mnbc, , N ', " Mls; W- Silcry j,,,.'
kihh'ii M rnwm Mrs F I ,1e
:iKu''',;,.J ' """" .: i' 1
Hogo, M. lloprcnlcr, Mrs. A.' Tnvn-
ics, M. McNIcoll, O. Sato, Tom Fook,
Miss Kim, Miss' Sato, Mrs. Klinurn,
Mrs. Hlgashl, Cecil Drown, Mrs. do
heir, Miss (lohelr, Mary Ajk., C. J).
I.ufkln, Mrs. l.ufkln, Mrs. I). V. Mc
Infyro, C. II. Drown ;nnd 71 deck.
Per stmr. V. (1. Hnll, from ' Ivauhi
poits, ScpL 13. J. IL Meyort ir.' !.
Mnrtlncz, Chas. Dlako, Mrs. W. O.
Crowell, M. Crowell, C. Pauolc, Run
da, Wm. Hnniaukii, Cliong Fong, Jns.
II. E. K. losua, Mrs. B. Wooi)vard, J.
Fernandez, Sarah Ilannlstcr, Mrs. W.
W. Stownrt, Miss II. Hnmaukti, Mrs.
J. It. Moycrs, Mrs. J. U Ivnn and il
PA88ENOER8 DEPARTED ,
Per O. S. S. Sierra, for San Fran
elsco. Mrs. I. 0. August, Mrs. K. V.
Dnltclto and 2 children, It. F. Dcckert,
Mrs Dcckert nnd 2 children, Mrs K
A. Derndt, T. .A., Dirmlnglinm, Drothcr
Charles, 8. I.. C, M. Collo, Mrs. K. W,
Congdon, W. iA. Crawley, .Iv II. Cum
mlngs, W. J. Do Vrlcs, Mrs. Do Vres
nlld lnfnut, F. Dohrmaji, Jr., F. A.
Karnes, Mrs, A. Uspcnett, Miss Kspc-
nctt, Cnptl AV. D. ForByth. Dr. K. I
Olayuler, MrH..Ilnys!nr uid 3 children,
IL C. Cray, Mrs. dray, Mr. Qrccnleaf,
Mrs. (Irccnlcnf nnd two children, Mrs,
v. Halstend, JIlss Jlalslead, A. Horn
on, F, W. Ilnnson, itobcrt Hendry, Dr.
J. (J. A. Henry, U. 1)., f). Hcrold, Mrs.
Ilcrold, II. K. Holladay, Miss it. K.
Ilopplu, Mrs. C. B. Hughes, Austin
Jones, Mr. nnd Mrs. M, C. King, It. I,
I.lllic. A th. Utile, Mrs. Lnnghothau,
W. Markay, J. 11. Meyers, Mrs. Mey
ers, J Monsnrrnt, II. F. lloclne, Mrs.
M. O'ltellly, Mrs. F. 0. Pavaod uml
child, Mis. M, J. Huberts, Miss S. Rob
erts, II. L. Hosenfeld, 11. Sainmons, II
P. Sands, Mrs. Hands nnd 3 children,
Miss B. I). Schmidt, Mrn. U Kchultz.
Miss Schultz, Chung Sin, Mrs. II. I'..
Stall, Captain J. Steffatiy, (1. S.orck,
P. T. Siidim, II. O. Tllden, Mrs. A. II.
Tucker, Mrs. J. A. Verret and child, K
M. Wheeler, Mrs Whcelor, F II. Wlldo,
F. U Winter, I). Wood, Cliong It. Yco,
Per stmr. Klnnu, for Kauai inirls,
Sept. 12. A. (leo and wire, Miss D.
Bhe'ldoiOliss lirShchlon, Miss An
derson, Mrs. M. Pasehlch A. Chung,
(Irace Chung, C. 11. dray. N. llofffloy,
Mrs, Morse,, p.ivljl K, Kajau, C. .Co
nicht tinil"wfro,"B. H. HcViIrk, Mrs. J
JL Soper, Miss II. Snper, Mrs,. Ames,
.O.vUalh, (leo. Falirhlli J.,Uiidd "nnd
wife. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ifenry. -Miss II.
Sato,-MlhS Hiiddy. Mlss'C.';-fl.,.Wbjls,
.Miss" Delhi. Miss Ktta I.eo", Mrs,'flapl
fiop. MIkh Stewart nnd maid, J.Ilnsh,
Mrs. Iliish, Mis. Wong nud Mrs. Hart
Per stmr. Mikuhnlo, for Maul urn!
MoloUal HMts, Sept. 12. F. Sliump,
wife and child, Miss IUkcr, Mrs. C.
8. Jiidd, Mis. W. Aunhil, J. Mnk'iln.il
Mr. T. V. Wllclirr win roniprtcly
rcstiiriil lo hrallh nnd Ugor b)
DuiTj's Pure Mall Whlskry nftrr
a seicre allark of miliaria had so
wakened tilm Unit his system
rrsinmlcd In no olhcr treatment.
In (i recent letter Mr. Wllchcr
wrotOi "I am delighted to add
my testimony to tho oxcellctit qual
ity nnd nlso tho bencllclnl effects
of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. I
had nfprjr seero attack of malaria
fcvrr.i from which I novor entirely
recovered intll I used DutTy's Pure
Malt Whiskey. After taking ono
bottle the nonous feeling left mo
nnd I' felt like 11 new man. 1
heartily 'recommend Duffy'a Puro
Malt Whiskey to nny ono conval
escing 'from feicr.or suffering frnrn
any wasting disease. Taken prop
erly In small doses It will produce
wonderful results."' T. Vlnco
Wllchcr, Union i'ont, On.
aB a tonic and stimulant when con
valescing nftcr fcer Is tho great
est strength-giver known to sci
ence. It aids In destroying tlio dis
ease germs nnd restores tissues In
u' gradual, natural manner. It
stimulates tho heart action. It
wenk nnd run down, tnko 11 tea
upoonful four times 11 day in half a
,ghu,H of milk or waler. Sold every
where iv Ki:.i.i;n iiotti.fs
The Duffy Mult Whlikey Co.,
( Rochrsler, S. YV. S. ..
ii - $
Marama Brings Many Passengers.
Hlxty-flvo iisi.cugers left tho llrl
tlsh steamer Marama upon nnlal al
Honolulu before eight o'clock tills
morning. The vessel Is en roulo fiom
'Vancouver to Sydney, N. S. W., and
the 'through list on arrival licio iium
bercd 112 first class, 107 sreond class
and '79 steerage passengers.
Tho ofllccrs report, a pleasant pass
ago down from tho Sound. Tho Ma
rninn left Vnncouver nt eleven o'clock
tho morning of September 0th and
got nway from Victoria at seen
o'clock that ccnlng. Light winds and
cmooth seas chaiactcrlzcd tho voy
age. Tho Marama Is scheduled for ills
patch for tlio Colonies nt four o'clock
FEDERAL GRAND JURY
MEETS AND ADJOURNS
Tho Federal Oninil Jury met again
this morning but contrary to'erfpccln
Hon did not btlng In any report, and
hnvo adjourned until tomorrow morn
ing. It is thought that tho report
Will bo out during the nct ciuplo of
days ami that it will then adjourn for
good and niako place for tpo new July
that lakes Its seat 'In October.
The plea In abatement In tho case
of Oeorgo Lnwn was, overruled In tlio
decision hnnded dnvn by Judge C. I',
demons tills morning nftqr having
taken lt under advisement yostcW.iy.
Otherwise mnttois around tho Unit
ed States dlstrlct'coijrt ncro quiet.
a an i
r)('iji)iiT hit a imit.si;
AM) PAID FIXi:
O. A. It. Schmidt, who wns arrest
ed last week by HumaucOltlrcr MIsb
Itoso Davison, lor eruelty to n horse,
was this morning sentenced to. pay n
lino of ten dollars and costs of court
by Pollco Judge Monsarrat.
Schmidt, who intended to light tho
case' last week, entered n plea of guil
ty this morning, nnd was accordingly
lined. Ho promised to ho good to a
horso in the future.
Col. Uarlnud N. Whistler of tho coast
nrtlllery was plnccd on tho retired list
of tho army.
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