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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, OCT. 2, 1911.
AH visiting merabeni of tke
Order are cordially invited to
attend meeting! of locl lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P, M.
-URINE EHBINtEH? 0th Aho
BENEFICIAL A?Sn!IAT10H. elation, cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every first and third TuLiedny
or rncli innnlli In Fraternity Hull, I.-O.
O. F. building. Visiting brothers cur
dlnlly Invited to attend
W J. lloniNSON Saclicm.
li V. TODD, C. of It.
!g BOKOLUIU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. 1.
5 , Honolulu Lodge No. (16, D. F. O.
Clks, uieeti !n their hall, on King
tract, near Tort, every Friday eye-
alog. Visiting Ilrother are cordially
2J invited to attend.
s d p n. lsuNnnna. k. r.
b ai:o. t. icLun(jnu soc.
mi. McKINLEY IODQZ. NO. 8,
tfeec every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC of P.
;,Hall. cor. Fort and Uerotanlai. Vlilt-
las brotbera cordially Invited ti at
F. F. KIUIEY, C. 0.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. R. B.
OAHU LODGE NO, 1, K. of, P. ,
Meets every first and third Friday nt
7 'CO o'clock, I'jtlilan Hull, corner Ilcre
tnnln nnd Port streets. Visiting broth
ers cordl.illy Invited to ntteud.
b DICc'KWI, C. C.
O. llUlNIJ. IC of It. & B.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on second ami fourth Wednes
day evening of nub month nt 7:30
o'clock, In B.in Antonio llnll, Vineyard
street, near i:riiiiio Visiting brothers
sre lnltcd to nttoml
HIM. A DAVIS, W. P.
VM, C M'COY, Secy.
MILTON & PARSONS
Have received ex Sierra especially
trimmed STREET and DRC3S HATS.
HOTEL ST., Opp. Young Cafe
IIL'AUTII'UI. WIIITF FlILT
BX MISS POWER ' "-
fc' Millinery Parlors, Boston Duilding
-N Saturday MRS. F. 8. ZEAVE, ut
I I Iicr riHiuiH in tho Young building,
will open up new lima In Shirt
waists, Coats and Novelties received
ex 0. B. Lurllne,
r " ' .i
' v" Manila and Madeira Embroidered
i', Cellars, Culfs and Handkerchiefs
Baby Pillow Slips
K. UYEDA .'
10Z7 Nuuanu Street
REOINNINn JllNI? 3
Alj'tne Hats at Reasonable Price
jptTaakly Bulletin II per year,
A. M, 1IIIOWN returned from .Maul
vestcrdav on Hie Mlknhnla.
M. T. IIOTKLUO wub sworn In n9
m-iglstratc of llanmkim last Satur
JAMinJ COWAN Is still suffering
from a stroko ot paraljsls received
Boiiio necks ngo.
ATTOIINHYB MUItPHY and Wat
foii were Incoming p.iBicngcrs by tlio
MISS I) A. STUM j, whoso homo Is
(I Auburn. Nebraska. Is making n
short stay In Honolulu.
Mil. AND MRS. O. K. STKBIi, ol
I'rlncelon, Cain, nro upending their
Imnejmocm In the islands.
MItH.. MAItV MUDKIKOS announ
ces the engagement of her daughter
Miss Mary Mcdelros, lo Mr. Manuel
Homes of The". 11. Dav-.cs & Co , Mil.
UN1TUI) STATUS DISTRICT AT
TORNEY 11IIKCK0NS was n visitor In
I'ullco Court this morning. After the
court wns ocr ho held u consultation
With Chief of DctcctlvcH McUulIlo and
License Inspector 1'cnnel..
J. WAIHKL, who wns formerly In
tho employ of Theo. II Davlcs & Co.
Ltd , died on July IT, according to o
prlvnto letter received" In this clt.
Mr. Umbel was noil known In Ho
iiolulu and tho news villi bo received
hero with regret.
MAJOR Itll.KY has been appointed
ilep'uty fgr the district of Han all to
flrnnd President Herring of the Frnt
cmnl Order of Eagles, according to a
telegram received hero jestorduy from
hc.idqiinrtcrs. .ludgo Divls, tho pre
sident of tho local ncrlo, Inst night
stilted that this nppolutmcnt had been
made on the recommendation of the'
CAPTAIN CULI.1SON, Second In
fantry, who has been attached to tlw
militia camp of Instruction nt Camp
Macomb, near Schofleld Ilarrncks, has
been designated In orders b) tho dis
trict commander to proceed nlth Cap
tain SJiuttloworth of tho Banio regi
ment to Muni to Instruct Companies
I and L, National Guard of Hawaii,
Tho oinccrs ncnt to Kahulul on tho
Clnudluo and will icmaln on Maul nil
this ncclc. Next neck they proceed
to Ullo nhcio they will Instruct tho
ono company located In that town.
JOB FOR BOYD
rfConttnued from Page 1)
circles oir a scramble! for n position
nliicli piis 190 a month.
Many Seek the Office.
Tho upervlornl MUiltiitlnn and
In ilth committee is Ik lug besieged with
a iiumbir of iipplluintH for tho Job of
limit and llxh Inspector. Among thoso
who appeared on tho horizon brlglit
am' urly wcro Knvvnl nnd Kuleo, said
to bo whcclhorscs In IUpubtlcin party
ranks. These men urn recognized us
Important corn In tho Cluirllo Achl po
lltkiil iniiehliie Curl Klcmiuo Is said
In lmo cntired tlio HtH nnd would lie.
ullIliiK to don tin' hadgo of municipal
Nirvltude for u coiiHlderatlon. (.'iiptiiln
I'.irkir was mentioned lis "among thoso
that also ran" Hut there. Is u dark
borne, und ho Is said on excellent mi
tliorlty to bo none other than Jniuea II.
Hojd, who In ears agoiia was Murston
CaiiiptiU'H(boss as htnd of tho Terri
torial Public Works Department. Ilod
for two eurs past Iiuh been connect
d Willi tlio cnntractlng work being
done nt Wntcrtown, and In his enso It
Is clul1ued4h.it it Is tho otllcc seeking
the man ll)d tins 11 good position
with thu Dlllliigh.ims und Is reported
as loth fn pnrt witli It for something
in I) bo less rcmiiuerntlvo at tho gift of
the city and county.
:Mlmiulo" llojd Is rated by a number
ot.lbc supiivbors us it good man und
ono miuii.iii .wonin iuo 10 sco cu-
rnlledwllh the dcpartiucnt.
Was it a Man With "Green Eyes?"
Supervisor I-ow cluliiis to luo
I'miglii ihu- now deposed Woodward
'with tho goods oil him" Low is lll
legid tn li.iu culled ut the market just
prlor tiijils departure 011 his goat-un-nlldiuhig
contest and in sleuthing
iibouT Thcf jdacfl. fell afoul of WootJ
nnrdrpropped up In his clmlr, sound
asleep, and affording .11 convenient and
iimplo resting place for tlio perturbed
lllis whli IT lira supposed to bo debarred
from ullgMIng on llsh and input ex
posed for sale,
Lou- off 1 red to secure 11 photograph
of tho BlumlHring "Woodward, should
tlio other members of tlio board rc
illilrc.muro substaptlal und tungibla
Woodwurd Is Inclined to, uttrlhuto
bh'JlUjing lapse of attention to duty
to tlio fussing of somo "green-eyed"
pcrtonngo, who might luuo been Uur
licit, the hypnotist. 1
Tberu Is 11 report tlmt Woodward
may Inter bo taken Into tho fold with
1I10 gnrtiigo department, as an attend
ant at tlm Incinerator,
ENFORCING PURE FOOD LAW.
Thieo Ohlneso fiult dealers weic
lounceil on bj tho county authorities
tlilspiornlng for nlleged vIoYltlon of
Ordinance No. 29 which regulates tho
euro of fnod-stulTH offered for snlo.
The men iirrcstod vvoro Fang Ping
Cliong, Kwong Hop Wo nnd Sam Hop
Kee. Tholr cases will bo dlspnsod of
City Transfer Co.
JA8. H. LOVE
THREE list (STEAMERS
Sailor Boy Has Not Been Sold to Miller Captain Johnson
May Return to Coast Tomorrow Inter-Island Steamers
to Get Away With Fair Cargoes.
Thrco Mnloon Navlgntlnn funnels and passengers from either tho Mn
will loom up over the ton of tho roof tint Ken or tho Mautii I1.1. Tho Mb
thrco of the HnckfcM wharf tomor-
row morning. The llllonl.in from Snu
Francisco nnd Bcattlo with n lareo
shipment of lumber nnd general car-
no Is cxncctcd to bo mi early arrival
tomorrow. Tho llllonlnn lemalns ut
the imrt until Wednesday evening bo-
lore silling for Knhuliil, Kninnpnll,
Port Allen nnd llllo to gather up
shipments of sugar and pineapples.
The Hllonlan will gnthor up (ho roni-J
nanis 01 sugar inieniicii ior sinison
boats for this season. Tho wllhclmlua
Is duo In tho morning from San I'mii-' written Chairman lllogs In which bo
Cisco nlth ncirly ono hundred and predicts a l.ugo passenger and toiii
thlrtv passengers nnd a big cargo. 1st business between San Francisco
This vessel nlso goes to Hnckfcld and Honolulu during tho coining
wharf. The Houoliilan returning from thrco months. Wood sn.vs that tlio
llllo and Kahulul where sugar and steamship ofTlco hnvo 11 lirgo mini
pineapples wcro secured Is due In the her of bookings. Ho ndds that tho
morning nnd will bo berthed at the Oceanic Stennishtp Clnip.iuy plan one
coal wlnrf not far distant from hie or inoro excursions on the rcllltcd
rther two Mntson stcuuicrs. Thu Ho-.
noliilnn will, however, ho shifted to ally go Into commission
the Mntson wharf In time for her dlh- n
patch for San Francisco at six o'clock Rough Weather at Walmea.
tomorrow evening. Tlio latter ves-j Owing to rough weather at Wnlmci
scl has but nine passengers; booked tho lntcr-lsluud steamer KI111111 was
for the Coast this morning. ? obliged to depurt from Kn11.1l paits
fa nllh a partial list of stigir. Tho ves-
Young to the Rescue. -' I scl was n Sunday arrival bringing
W)ll Young In charge of the launch thlrtj-fopr cabin nnd 70 deck paused
Walcrwllch of Y0,IK IlroOicrs lleet gers. The cargo Iniliidcd O.'.O bigs
participated In an attempt nt rcscuo "A" sugar, I8G0 bigs Wnlmci "A"
of thrco Hnwullans who hid caiwlzcd
lHtt JU..U. small sail boat, off Wolklkl
last "Saturday iiflornoon, which ho
will ha.vo causo to remember for niotoreyclo nnd ICO packages of sun
... . . .. ' i.inM
nwny oniujis. a nign suri, nas run-
"nfn15'nb,lho time which had much to
I do with tho upsetting ol tho Hawaii-!
la(BiUUl'Ut7tho same tlmo placed the
Watcrwltch in 11 position whero ut
ono tlmo tho csbc1 was pr.irtlcill
Sivcn up for lost. Tho accident took
placo near tlio Public Datlis at the an arrival at the Krt jcfctcrdav morn
beacli. 11) tho tlmo Hint Young had log. Tho vessel brought jto biles of
reached tho spot, tho Ilavvnllans m.in-jwool and u ipnutlty of sundilcs.
aged lo gain n footing and safely Ka
landed. Tho Vntcrwltch returned to Kauai Sugar.
tonn but llltlo dainago having been, Al -,)niI1B . irher Kent tho fol
received through her encounter with
wnneimina to HacKfeid wrurr,
incio is u quantity 01 cargo ior,
dlschnrgo nt Honolulu from tho Mat-j
son Navigation steamer Wllliclinln.il
which Is duo to arrive at Huckfcld
wiarf early tomorrow morning. Tho
Vessel Is on the way rr'0111 San Fran-
Cisco with 114 cabin ami 1G Btccr.igo
imshciiccrs 42'n tons enreo nack-
pasbengers, .o tons cnrM, 46 pack
agca Wells Fargo cxpiess mailer and
" ("s. alienor. Tlio s-iivom succceucd in
Tho slcamcr Is to continue her y-' moving tlio derelict 11 few feet, hut
ago to llllo leaving ut that port 910, hud to abandon upointlnns on account
tons enrgo. I of bad weather, Tho wreck was not
Purser Drew reports lino weather harmed by (ho storm, und vvlion tho
and all well. Tho Wllholmlnu Is lo Manchuria camo nw.iy preparations
bo dispatched for Han Francisco on, J0, l,clnK ""' for.'' ','" 'cr t
n . . 1 .... .11 n 1 1 tempt und It was bcllovcd that the
October 11th, taking a snail ship- cJKQ cf , , , , oft. wn,
incut, of icflucii sugar, a largo con- Kmu,
slgnmcnt of pineapples and u fulr list. Tlio Hmpross of China lies wllliln
of passengers. easy dlstnnco of shore, und differs
Hi from tho iiurnrtunnto Dakota In this
Wilhelmlna Report, j respect. Tho latter was wrecked near
Tho following wIicIobb mossogo has Bhlmlinina, whllo tho impress Is 011
been iccclved by tho Agents of tho, tlio rocks llicmbolvea.
S S Wilhelmlna bound for llono- At '10 tlmo "10 "B0,,tB """'B'11 "
a. a. wimciinina, bound ior iwno- nicnns ()f ,on8 M,nt0 bridges sho
IUIU! might ho floated off, but It Is helluva I
At Sen, Sopt. 30, 1911, 8 p m 830. this Idea hns bcon nlmiidonod. All
miles, off port. For Honolulu; 114 1 ugreo that tho heavy fog that shroud
cabin passengers, IC stccrago pisson-jcd ovorythlng when tho vessel struck,
gers, 4226 tons cargo, 15 packages' nindo it Impossible to sco tho vessel
Wells 1 urgo Cxpross mutter, 6 auto
mobiles. For llllo: 910 tons cargo.
Flno wonthor. All 'well.
Ship airlvcd Tuesday, a. m, dock
ing nt tho Hackfold wharf, and will
unit f..n lllln ml, .. ,1 r. .. ' rT .. .
OU'I IUI AlleV ".111 illtllDUUj Ul U fie Kit
Mlkahala Landed Maul Malls.
Tho Inter-Island stonmcr Mlkahala
was commissioned to lund tho muli
destined for Maul ports, of call, tho
wcathor bojng s.iiclk.th.ut Jt wns, found
Impractical for tho JUnnsrcrajOfnujIbi
s -J u
Tel. 1704 , Ines and Liquors, Jd. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
r' ' ,(JMont Rouge Wines '
' Sole Agents Mumm's Champagrve
( Schlitz Beer
END OF HARBOR
knhnl.i arrived from Maul, Molukal
nnd Utnal imrts jesterdny with thlr-
ty-four cabin and forty-eight deck
passengers, nnd In her cargo thorn
was Included tvvenl-four tons of
sernp Iron, sixty pigs, Blxtecn loeN
chhkens rlglit boxes eggi und 109
packiigcs of sundries.
Woods Predicts Bio Bmlncn.
Secretary Wools of tlio loctl Pro-
nintinn uininiittec, now 011 tnc umst
on n business nnd plensuro trip h:u
Sonoma and vculmu wlei they nctu-
sugar and 23l(i bigs LII1110 "A" sug-
nr, 150 bags of taro, flfl.) casci of
Initio tvvu crntos of chickens, ono
Llkellke Returns from Hiwall
After Invlng disc barged a largo
shipment of lumber and fortillzor nt
several porta of rill along llannll,
tho Inter-Island steamer l.lkcllkowni
imvne mlKnr 3 nttaitB Bblpmciit nt
Knml ports of call: nnoe bags (I. &
ill. lfiOO Walmea, 33 ID0 Mak and SOO
k Si Co.
Hope to Save Empreg Liner,
ortlccis In tlio Pnclllc Mall Unci
Manchuria which loft Honolulu ves-
tcrday for San Francisco expressed
"'e '""I that tho wrecked Canadian
faclne liner Kiiiprcsa of China mnv
" Bi,VUUl '"-' Juuiie-iuiria imhsuu 111
g , ( , .,,, , , t , . ,.
t. kcc, ,, Io(lke( kn cg,
wub ho closu ill shoro, and If, Instead
nf running obliquely on tho rocks, It
had gouo head on, (ho hows ot tho
Empress would hnvo been crushed
nnd lliclo Is no telling how muny
jives .would hnvo bcon lost.
All Red Route.
With tho publication ot tho min
utes of tho recent Imperial Confer
ctico, It becomes inoio and nioro clear
that tho opening of tho Panama. Canal
may Inllticnco tlio fortunes of what Is
known as tho "All Hod" loiito. Kvon
K ' .1. - !
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cubic In Merchants'
Monday, Oct. 2.
SALINA CIUIZ Arrived, Sept. 29: S
S. Columbia, from llllo, Sept. 14.
SAN FflANCISCO Anlvcd. Sept. -101
S. S. Crown of Castillo, henco Sopl..
01'ATTLE Sailed, Oct. 1: S. 8. 4)flr-
glnlun, for Sun FrnticlBco.
EVnilinT Sailed, Oct. 1: Schr.
Minnie A. Calno, for llllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Oct. 2:
S. S. Mexican, from S.illnn Cni7.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Oct. 2: S. S.
Persia, henco Sept. 20.
S. S. Hllonlan, docks nt Mntson
wharf from Scuttlu tomorrow morn
ing, 8 o'clock.
8. S. Wilhelmlna, docks at TInck
fold wharf at 8 o'clock tomorrow
morning, with 111 rnbln and IK stccr
agq passengers; 4220 tons cargo; 4fi
packages Wells Fnrgti express und (i
automobiles. For llllo: 910 tons car
go; flno weather; nit well; sails for
llllo Thtirsihiv, G p. in.
S. 8. Hnuolul.in, docks nt Com
pany's wharf tomorrow morning, sails
for San Francisco, 0 p. m.
S. S. Bhlnvo Mnru. docks at Alnkca
wharf 8 o'clock tomorrow morning
I mm Ban Francisco with mull; sails
lor Yokohama about. 5 p m.
Sir Joseph Ward, who so rcnioiislv
advocates, on behalf of New Zealand
n fast servlre to tho Mother Countr)
via Cnuuila, hid to admit that n largo
portion of Now Zealand's trado will
presently go by wnj of Panama. A
service via Canada, he acknowledged,
rould only bo of uso for mails und
pnn3engcrB. lint Mr. Fisher, on tho
part of Australia, pointed out that
thoy could not send emigrants to the
Commonwealth via Caiudn, oven if
tho riiuto wcro shorter than any oth
er. They could not illsbmh.irk men,
women, and chlldion. send them
across n continent by rail, und re
embark them mi the Pacific sldo. Mr.
Fisher, however, had n moro horlous
criticism of Sir Joseph Wnrd's
scheme. It was Hint a scrvlco be
tween tlio United Kingdom nnd Aus
tralia, via tho Caps, follows Just ns
much an "All Kcd" route as one
across Can ul.i to Now Zealand.
In tho discussion which look pltico
,11 1 tho conference on the subject of
Suez Canal duel., Mr. Fisher rcmnrlx
cd th it tho riiuto via South Afilca
would iiltlmnlel) bo n convenient vv.o
of bending ships which nro not In
such n grent hurry as thoso cnrrlng
malls. Thereupon General Ilothn re
marked: "Australia mid South Amen
will Htnud together, and build their
own line." Mr. Usher's reply wan
that It wns a nuttor which llioy wmil I
hive uu opportunity now ofeouslilc:-
lug. "I nm epilto prepared to consider
It with j on." milled Cienci.il Dot ha.
From this conversation, therefore. It
Is fair to Infer that Micro Is a rival
"All Ilcil" route In tho nlr. It in iy
bo noted that thu onlj criticism of
the Panama routo enmn from Sir W1I
fild I. miller, who, glvlng.lt, as 1)0
mm 2lArtfw ai.
& iMM WSsiSMik.
WILL MAIL, ON REQUEST, A COPY 'OMNJEIR
NEW CATALOGUE, No. 1C4, FOR THE "AUTUMN
AND WINTER SEASONS, 1911-1912.
roMPMvrn outfits for womd.v, misbi:b, iioyh and in
fants; BILKS AND OTHIJ DIUISH FAHIUCH: LACKS; TP.IM-
minos; mi:n's furnishings; li:atiii:r ooodb, imic-A-
HltAC, Ji:Vi:i.IlY AND SILVlJItWARU NOVDLTIL'S; UPI6l
STL'ItY MATinilALS, INTURIOIt DKUOIl ATIONH, ltUCJS,
HOUSEHOLD LINIINB, KLANKIITS, UTC.
Fifth Avenue, 34th and 35th Sts., New York
Bald, for what It nas worth, stntt'd
that ho had heard that tho discom
forts of tho licit would niiiko tho Cn
nadlnn Touto far more "available.
Per stmr. Mlknhuln, from Maul ami
Molokal Thos. Kcalu Jos. Kalohc-
lanl, C. O. llond, W. 3. Knight, K. S. '
Johnson, A. Tripp nnd wife, J, Hol
land, i:. Murphy, W. II. Crawford,
Mrs. M. Miner, W. Thlelcn, H. M.
Wnlson. A. M. Urn on. P. O. Schmidt.
N. K. Pukul, A. I). Pears, Mrs. Ilcggs,
A. Well, Q. A. Hansen W. U West,
Mrs. Sol. Low, T. 11. Ilobtnson, It, .
Ilosmcr, W. S. Mejei, C. 8. Jndd mid
wife, Mis. Liigulers. I. McCnrrlston,
Mis. i:. V. Dunn, Miss A. llnbblgo,
Dr. Harrison, Dr. flrnhum, F. 11. Nu
gent. Per utmr, Klnnu from Knuat ports
I). K. ira seldeu, Mrs. Havscidcn,
T. W. Cunningham, D. A. White, T.
Komntsii, K. Kiinlnnisu, Mrs. Kanlma-I
su and Infant, Master Kunlmnsit, Mrs. I
Morlok.i nnd Infant, H. nv, O. N.I
Wilcox. A. F. Knudsen, Miss Itiilh
KnudHpn nnd nuilil. r.. V. Knltz. J. P. I
Kaplhu, C. II. lliown, II. M. Oittcl,
A, S Prcscott, Y, Anioy, Un On, Mrs.
Ynmumoto, Miss Mltsu, A. J, Ilolflng,
t tr x'm .1 1.- r ir....AR T.- vn..,.
', ... 1,.,, .., . 1.1,'iVI, .. ,,.1.11.',
mom, .miss i,ioeii7. Airs, urrcn, u.
Sasaki, Mr. Ilcircm, "IT. .Mhrc.
I PASSENGERS BOOKED.
Per stmr. Mauna Ken, for llllo via
win mirls. Oct. 3. P. fl. Illlov. T. II.
Mills. Miss Pooplo, It. Makala, O. II. j
Rcrnilt, M. M. Prlver, N. II. Durnl.i
Mrs. .Ills, Miss F. Hollow ny. Miss II.
Ilempslcd, Mrs. , Sells, K. Mltnnl, L
Chow, P. Koadiinti. J, Mcfluiio, Mrs
Mrfliilir, 1). II Mctzgcr, o. II. Mur
dock, Mrs. Murdock, M llnrqulst.
Per htmr. Klii.iu for Kauai ports,
Oct. 3. Francis Ony. L. 8. Smith,
Mrs. Smith, II. Ittikuyro, Mis. Iliiku
rc, Mrs. C. F. Hart, Mrs. Klmoto
Mlm A. Splllner, Mrs, C. Sllvn, J. U.
Hughes. C. II. Makco. ,
W, .klr ltnlllCt pr vr
Is a Pure, Refreshing Beverage
that contains malted barley and
extract of hops.
.The barley malt is a food whose
nourishing properties are well
The, hops are a tonic recommended
by the best physicians.
a glass with your meals
The J5cer That's
quit me viimaje
SUnds, Oct. 1.
Miiul, Molokal mid I.anitl ports
Mlknlinla, stmr., n. in.
Kauai ports Klnnu, stmr., n. m.
Hawaii ports IJkellko, stmr., a. m.
Monday, Oct. 2.
llllo and Kahulul Honeliilnn, M. N.
8. S., a. in- ' r
Per slmr. Mlknlinla, for Molokal
.uu! Mnul iorts, Oct. 3 M. Inurnii,
Mis. Sadler, Mrs, J. 8. Tonnsend, Mm
P. J. Monohnn, W. B Wnll, W. K
Per stmr. Clnudliic, for Hawaii and
Mnul ports, Oct. fi. Miss Kingsbury
Miss J. Jones, J. V. Holland.
Capt. II B Johnson of tho Standard
Amirlcaii Dredging Company says I.a-
lnliiu produei's tho champion wavesnf
tlio world. Onptnln Johnson vns ma
rooned at IjiIiiiIiui last neck when tlio
Mauna Ken was uiiablo to take off pas
sriigerH on ateount of the r'ough weath
er, and therefore made n hurried trip
to Mcllrcgor's landing 'to cutcli tho
Al Uihalna wavrs were breaking
over tho reef that looked to him as
big as mountains. Whllo bn stood
wi'tclilni; lli in, two boali, one of tin in
a stanch power samp in, tried lo eoiiio
III lo tho wharf. Until ImuIm wern
crushed III the waves, sin islirel Into
kindling wood, und tlio occupants had
lo m wlm for their lives. Ho niughttho
Mlknlinla tind arrived hero after soma
Inter-ia'nnd and O. It. ft L. shlppldg
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