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EVEN1NQ RULLET1N, HONOLULU, T. IL, SATUnDAY. SEPT. I, 190!.
Oceania Gtatcri Sccord Do.
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Special
Alsia Temple Regular.
All visiting members ot the
Order ate cordially luvlted tu
attend meetings of locul lodges
OAK&Qm LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Metis, over) Monday evening t
'I80 In I. O. O !' Hall, fort Street.
E. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
P. U. WICKIU, N. 0.
All vUltlni; brother ery (ordUllj
7BAHD LODGE. No. 1, IC. or P.
Maeta evary first and third Krl-
Siiy evening at 7.3U In K. of I. Hull,
Miner 'ort sod Beretaulu. Vlsltlnc
feiothor iwrdtnlly Invited tu attend.
F. I.. NUGENT, C. C.
It. U0SL1NO. IC. II. S.
"HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. Old, It. 1. 0,
KUt, meets In their linll, on Kins
fell eel, nrur Fort, every Filduy oven-
Inn. Visaing llrothcrs aru cordially
Invited tu attend.
IS. A. DOUTHITT, D. R,
II. C. KASTON, Sec'.
? 'flu. M'lUNLEYIopP.E No.8, KoiP.
'' Meets every ind and 4tb Saturday
treeing at 7:30 o'clock lu K. ot I'.
Hail, cor. Fort and llcretanla. Visit
Inis brothers tordlally Invited to at
tend P. M. McOREW, C. 0.
E. A. JAC011SEN. K. R. 8.
$'. HONOLULU AEME 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKD
; KESDAY evenings ot each month at
.. 7;30 o'clock lu K. of I'. Hnll, corner
V Vitretanla and Fnr troi.
Vialtlnp Haglea are invited to at
tend. W. M. MrCOY, W Prest.
H. T MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every flrvt nnd third Thurs
days of each month, at Knights of
Pythias Hal!. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
Ii. A. PERRY, Snchera.
V. V. TODD, C. of H.
, 5 Telephone Q
C. H. Behn
Proprietor nnd Jlanairer.
Corner Alalica and Hotel Streets.
JUST IN, EX LUELINE.
For Auto Tire Repairing
J. W. KERSHNER,
1177 Alakea St.
PiVvpIp alien nii.-l fnnfi-nl rpnntrint
.work. Specialty in nicklc. silver
r'end gold plated ork.
KINO, OPP, ALAPAI ST.
; WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAII.ORINO.
Evervtlfri!: absolutely new and
,-ifresh from ths Ccsst.
:; vvivx.Jix.1. i dliu iiuix,jj ax.
- BULLETIN ADS PAY
Ladles' gray coat liaa been lost. Sec
VIkII nt Whitney & Marsh's and Beo
the new ityles.
I'urgot yu not to call al the Wo
man's Exchange for curios.
Wnnlud, a bright offlco boy, for a
business limine See classified ads.
Now picture frame mouldings and
Pictures hau- Just been received In
tho Alamed i for flurrvy's, llrlng forth
the jilcturv you want framed.
Miss Power received a beautiful lino
of Kail millinery styles lu yesterday's
Alameda, Ladles are cordially Invited
to her pallors In seo thoso new styles.
Pilwile telephone lines and all other
kinds of elcclrlc.il work Installed by
Won i:tirtrlc Co.. lleretanla street,
opposite lire station. Oct our prices.
If you want a top for your automo
blle or want nn old top repaired, go
t W. W. Wright Co.. Ltd., King street
near South. Host work und lowest
piioes In ihe city.
The Ilroadwalk sandals nnd ox
fords nro muchly worn and a cry pop
ular theso days. Tho Manufacturers'
Shoo Co.. Ltd., hnvo Just received a
Mr new lot of these Roods.
School h-iys are roccUlng social at-i-ntlon
at the Knsh Co., comer Fort
i.ud Kottl Ktreets. Finest, stock of
""Jii tlothlng In (he city. Strong, scr-
ucciiiie, hlyllru and cheap.
Mrs. Humiihrey Want's new novel
"Mir.lag-j n In Mode," Is for snlo at
Ill-own & Lyon Co.. Ltd. This Is one
t)f the inotl popular novels of the sea
son an l is in ureal demand.
Sllu-'s Tosery nltcn ocry mother
lo brlUR her boy this week to try on
Hime of the smart little, knlckcrbockcr
Milts now In stuck. The handsomest
st.Ucs et sho'.n Tor boys.
Jordan's received Homo ery cholco
goods ',n women's apparel In this Ala
mr.ua. Including new linen suits, eta
caul lingeries dresses and dutch neck
tailored waists. Thoso will ho on dis
play next week.
Ilojs don't know Ihcv hnvo feet
when thev get on a pair of tho C. IL
Alden make for lxys only. Not an
ncho or a pain In them, they fit so per
fectly. Call and set! them at Regal
A legular nvalancho of new goods
Mdccted personally by Mr. Sachs In
ho Last Is pouring Into tho Sachs'
More. Nifty, noel nnd nobby things
lor every department. Also standard
goods for every day purposes.
Horgstinm Music Co. ha brought
down from tho Coast ono of Califor
nia's lending pluno ami plpo organ
tuners and repairers. This export will
also rcflnlsh nnd polish piano 'cases by
tho sauio method employed In tho fac
tories. CAPT. DANIEL FEIEL
FLIES COMMODORE FLAO
Tho Pacific Mall liner China, Cap
tain Daniel Frlele, which arrived
laic Monday night from tho Orient,
passed quarantine and docked early
jcstcrd.iy morning, says the CalL
When the quarantlno flag was haul
ed down there wns hoisted to tho
foro a commodore's pennant, an out
ward and vlslblo sign of tho rank
In tho Pacific Mall scrvtco of Cap
tain Dan Frlele, the liner's comman
der. Captain Frlele has been commo
doro captain stneo tho death ot tho
Into Captain Scabury, but this Is the
first time that "Nlhoty Fathom Dan"
hns niado formal declaration of the
fact. It. p. Schwcrln hoarded tho
liner nt Honolulu, Inspected the
ship, found everything In apple pie
order, or, to conform with the ver
nacular of the sea, "shipshape and
llrlslol fashion," nnd there nnd then
directed that a commodoro's pennant
be made as a mark of honor to Cap
lain Frlelo and nn Inspiration to
Captain Zceder, who, of tho Captains
on tho Chlnn run, stands next In
length of service lo Commodore
Captain Frlelo hns been In the
Pacific Mnll sorvlce for more than
10 years'. His first command was
I ho old uldowhcel steamer China, ot
which ho was made master In 1877.
lictween the old China and the new
ho commanded the City of Peking,
City of Sydney und Poru, all on the
China run. Ho mndo one voyage to
N'omo during the Klondike excite
ment as master or tho San Juan. In
nil his years of sorvlco he has never
met with hn accident.
With only HI! miles of Its lino
from Salt Lako City, Utah, to Oak
land, Cal., to bo constructed, tho
Wcstcin Pacific Company expects to
have trains In operation between
Ihu two cities within ninety days.
NEW - TO-DAY
All one having unpaid hills
against Ihe Hoard of Commissioners
for Hawaii of Ihu Alaska-YuKon-Pn-l
rifle Exposition, Incurred by tholr i
nrdor, will plensn present tho snmn
In tho sonetitry. Mr. II. P. Wood, tit
tho looms of thea Hawaii Promotion
Commute,, on or before September
10th, 1909, 440G-St
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nliket Scratch Pad for tale
nt the BUM at In office for five cents,
Is one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred iheeti of good paper. Six for a
lllom's clcaranco snlo Is now on.
Call and sco Mlko Pnton at tho Kn
core. Read Whitney & Marsh's ad In this
St, touts College will reopen on Sci
tembcr 7th. '
Oet your hat cleaned at the Leading
Hat Cleaner, 1164 Fort street t
Tho regular meeting of Oco. V. Do
Long Post will occur Monday evening,
Mrs. RUenburgh la prepared to In
struct a few pupils In pianoforte nt
their home. Addroca Royal Hawaiian
There will bo a motor cycle rnco al
tho Honolulu Athletic Park Sunday
evening nt S o'clock. Also bicycling
and acrobatic contests,
Tho meeting necessary to tho formal
(ilslncorporntion of tho Metropolitan
Meat Company, Ltd., was held In tho
offlco of Treasurer Conkllng this
Shldota, a Japanese, accused of as
saulting r. young girl, this morning
waived hla oxamlnntton In tho 1'ollco
Court and was bound over to tho Clr-
suit Court on a $1000 bond.
Tho Ijv'lles' Society of Central Union
church will hold a social, Thursday af-
ternoon at tho residence of Mrs. W, A.
llowcn, 1701 Kownlo street, from 3 lo
C. Tho members of the congsrcgatlon
nnd frlcnos nro requested lo come with
thimbles ami scissors.
Tho charge of assault and battery
entered against Knapua was this morn.
Ing dismissed In the Police Court nt
tho request of his wife, who was the
assaulted porson. As ho was drunk
when he attacked her a chaigo of
drunkenness wns entered ngatiut hi.n
and lie wns lined three dollars and
costs and given a scvero reprimand by
A memorandum has been filed by At
torneys Holmes, Stanley nnd Olson In
the matter of tho estate of Antono
Lopes, Tho contention supported by
the authorities quoted Ib that an "ex
tctitor or administrator cannot set
nsldo a transfer or conveyance made
by tho deceased In fraud of creditors
oven though thcro u-u Insufficient as
sets to piy the debts of tho decoascd.
Promptly at 7:30 o'clock tonight tho
danco planned by iho Kamchnmchns
will bo in full swing in tho K. P. hall,
corner of Fort nnd llcrctnnln streets.
Tho music will bo furnished by spec
ially selected musicians from tho other
Islands. Tho committee which has
charge of tho dance will' bo nt tho door
to receive tho guests .as they arrlvo.
During tho Intermission, refreshments
will bo served.
Miss Florence Devcrlll, who was tho
Kauai rcprcsontatlvo In tho B u 1 1 o
tln's Alaska-Yukon exposition party,
arrived In Iho Alameda after a very
happy trip to tho Fair and through Or-
igon. Miss Devcrlll speaks in the
highest terms of tho work that Is be
ing dono at tho Hawaii exhibit In Seat
tle. She sajs tho Fair Is a great suc
cess In tvory way and unllko many
others, Is making money. While In
Seattle Miss Devcrlll visited with Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Smith, whom she
found very pleasantly located.
NIKE OWDA DIES
Michael O'Dowda, sugar boiler at
Makawcll, died suddenly this morning
and his remains will be brought to
town by tho Kinnu, which leaves
Kauai this evening.
'Mlko," as ho was affectionately
known all over tho Islands, was u
brother of Thomas O'Dowda, who for
many years has been head sugar bolter
Michael O'Dowda was employed at
cno tlmo at Ewa mill, and later on at
Paauhau and Pahala plantations. Ho
wns considered to bo ono of the best
sugar boilers lu tho Islands and was a
very bright man.
Tho deceased had been sugar boiling
at Makaivell for tho past two years
and had gained a largo number of
friends who will all mourn his untime
ly end. Tho nowB of Mike's doath will
ho heard with great regret from ono
end of tho group to the other. His
was n largo heart, and his friendship
was much prlicd by hundreds of plan
Flvo of tho Walmnnalo rioters nn.
peafed beforo Circuit Judgo Do Holt
this morning o, nappcal from tho sen
tences imposed on them in the District
Court when Dol, tho loader, was sen
tenced to imprisonment for six months
nnd tho remaining four men wero sen
tenced to flvo months each. Their
cases wero continued until next Satur
day. Nakanl Oklclil. charged with an na.
sault on Fuji on July 5 last, did not
know whether he was guilty or not
guilty mil his attornoy, Harold Oor
don 8icncer, iioi appearing In court,
tho caso wob allowed tow over with,
No Dampness. No Burs.
Jas. H. Love
LONDON, Sept. 3, - Nothing but Ico surrounds tho Niirlh Pole,
snld Cook to n special correspondent who hoarded tho steamer nt SUngen
nnd Interviewed the exploier today. Dr. Cool; snld tlint his teturn
from tho frozeh regions was delayed for weeks by tho terrible fogs.
Ho added that ho lind expected attempts would be mado to dl3:icdlt
BIG SUM OFFERED
NEW YORK, Sept. 3.- Two hundred nnd fifty thousand dollars for u
coureo of 230 lectures Is Iho offer which n theatrical manager has mndo
Dr. Cook. Tho offer has been cabled o the daring, explorer.
It Is tho intention to make America's welcome to Dr. Cook ono of
tho principal events of thu Hudson-Fulton celebration.
COPENHAGEN, Sept 3. Dr. Cook will find n regal welcomo
awaiting him when he urrles here. Tho King will dcroinlu him with
tho gold medal of merit.
GEttPT a -t-
Drayine and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone 588
Q. W. McDougall, Prop.
MANILA, Juno 13. -Tho Twin,
ono of tho China Navigation Com
pany steamers which nro operated
between Hongkong nnd Manila
through tho agency ot Uuttcrflcld
nnd Swire, wns made to feel the
force ot tho boycott which has been
Instigated against tho flflrm by tho
Chinese on tho China coaBt.
The Tean anlle'd "jrom Manila Inst
evening without taking n slnglo
pound of freight shipped by a local .
Chinese expoiler. "fho vessel cleared
with hut 2K7 packages of cargo, this
mainly consisting of local products.
tmcii hh uiitiiKucH, iiuwvu nam, eiu.
SAN DIEOO, Aug. 17. Jnmci
Foley, fourth officer'' of the P. M. S.
S, President, who hns been In n lo
cat hospital slnco last Wedneslay,
when he was stabbed In the liing bv
tho quartermaster ot tho ship, C. H.
Pelnkert, Is slowly Improving. While
he Is not regarded as out of danger,
he Is nblo to glvo his version of tho
fight. He snys that Pelnkert cam"
Into his room looking for trouble
and that ho carried a knife in hli
hnnd. Pelnkert Is in jail.
Tho Union tank's stenmer I'ctcan.
of 05,000 barrels capacity tin
largest on the Pacific coast l.-f:
PuntaArenns, Chill, last week, en
route for Sun Francisco. Tho Oho
ron, of 60,000 barrels capacity, has
not yet sailed but Is expected hero
by Jan. 1.
Judgo Whitney hns sustained the
demurrer ot John F. Colburn in tho
caso of Ocorgo E. Smithies, trustee i
of Stella K. Cockett, and Stella j
K. Cockett, against John F. Colburn, j
executor under the will of tho lato i
0, K. Pocpoo has been appointed
guardian of Alice Poopoo nnd Annlo
Poepoo by Circuit Judgo Robinson.
Tho caso ot M. Kotakt, a ftihcrmat'
arrested for delinquency In obtaining a
business license, wns nollo prosscd In
tho Pollco Court this morning pend
ing a decision on a test caso now lu
tho Circuit Court.
A decree of dlvorco was granted this
morning by Judgo Robinson after
hearing tho testimony on tho complaint
of Mrs. E. Kcnwemahlwllaul,
The Weekly Edition cf the Evening
Bulletin glvaa a compute summary of
h new of the day.'
W. W. AHANA CO.,
1 1' . .
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream.
Tomorrow nt Lcllehua the Fifth
Hospital Corps nt the X. (1. II. will
play hall ugnlusl Tioop IC ot Ihu
Cavalry. Tho enlisted men of Iho
Hospital Corps will Icavo tho O. It.
& L. Co. depot by the 9:13 train.
The following U tho llue-up ol
the N (!. II.: Sua res. Iliishnrll, Lota.
Ilutler, M.irl.hnu, Townseml, Kala,
Ltitil, Williams, Chltllugwoilh, Slug.
Klcmmc, and Woodwaid.
Sergeant Harry will be tm hand to
manage tho show and tho Chances
ale that Iho Hospital Corps will
tome back with the scalps ot tlu
Tho decrco was filed this morning
In tho caso of Iho Wnlanao Compui)
ninl John M. Dowsctl, ictltloiicrs.
rgalnst F. A. Hchucfer and Cecil
llrown, executors nnd tnibtvcs under
tho will of tho Into August Dreler. The
decree grants the petition on n hill for
tpeclflo pciformnnco lu purchasing
under option lund nt Wnlanno which
tho petitioner had an option to acquire
for the sum of 110,000.
(Continued from Face 1)
morning, "thoy would vxcccil tho
business transacted by this bureau
during tho month of September,
1908, by 100 per cent. It is un
likely, howovor, that It will con
tinue, for the dally business of thu
ofllco Is subject to constant lluctua-
'"""'-" . liasfii
Ono of tho good Indications thai ac
company tho large amount of business
that Is now being transacted Is tho
fact that thcru seems to bo u gradual
ly declining number of foreclosures.
During tho month of August only ono
foreclosure appears upon Ihe records.
A comparatlvo statement of tho bus
iness of iho bureau In tho month of
August 1908 nud August 1909 shows n
largo lmlanco lu favor of 1909. Dur
ing tho month of AugtiBt 1909 thero
were 1C0 doeds recorded, 70 mortgages,
J'.' iu.'scb. u imiH of sale, 1 attachment
end 79 miscellaneous documents. Dur
ing tho sumo month In, 1908, 130 deeds
wero IlIoJ, 33 nsoitguges, 25 lenses, 23
blllii of Bale, no attachments nnd 3
mlscellam ous documents,
BiiLLcrjN Aim pav
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Building-, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class sptc
tacles properly fitted call on him.
If you don't want to look like a
ready-made man have your dress
suit made by custom tailors.
Tailor' 62 King St.
IN FOREIQN PORTS
Saturday, September 4.
SEATTLE- Sailed Sept. 3!
3. H. MlKMiurliiii. for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Al rived Sept. I:
8. S. Columbian, from Hallmi Cruz.
HltlHIIANi: Sailed Sept, 1;
H. S. Aorangl, for Honolulu.
NEW YORK Airlu-d Sept. 3:
Ilk. Fooling Suey, from Knhtilul.
HILO Arrived Aug. 30:
S. S. Euterptlso, fmin San Francisco.
HILO Arrlu-d Sept. 2:
Schr. Americana, from dray's Har
bor, 21 days.
X! Tho following wireless wns ie- tt
it celved this morning from the It
St l.mllnc: t!
it Eight n. m, Four hundred miles it
ii nut. Moderate trades. Flue, it
ti smooth weather. All well. it
it WEEDP.N. 11
rt ti it it tt it it tt r. it ti it ti it ti ii
THE STEAMER -Maul, arrhlng this
moiplni: fioni Hawaii, hroiitrhl ealllo.
which wero unloaded nt tho tallroil
wharf. Her cirgu of sugar was dis
charged at tho Dillingham wharf.
THE IttAUNA KEA nnlvel this
morning fioni 1 1 1 lo nnd way porH,
hilnglng nno of thu biggest crowds of
passengers (hat over traveled on her
for many u day.
Sun rlnlendent of Puhll.- Institu
tion llahhl't nnd til" O.ihu members
of the ComtnNslon m Piiblle In-
sltuctlou have ben giving the (mo
tion linolved in the t.-.insfer of Mrs.
Maydwcll fio mthe Holualoa school
extended consideration, and It Is
tiNdcrrtnod that Superintendent
llnlibltt nnd tho "omuiUsloucrH nro
of tho oiilnlun tint chntmu should
he undo lu tho udmluldrntlon of
the mIiocI. Mis. Ma.wSwcll's tide
of the cato has been presented lo Su
perintendent ll.ibhltt and Is loitp'ed
with thu assert lens of a number nf
tho residents of (he llolualoi dis
trict, who (ertlfy (n Ihu 'rather ar
bitrary methods pursued by Mrs.
hcott, tho ptlndpnl.
TsuKouiotu, tho lillii Jaianeuij
I ii liner, who defeated Nigel Jackson
over Ihe tun-mllc (ourfce fiojn Ohm
to Hll'i, i umo in on the M.iiina Kea
Tho champion of iho big Island Ih
a well-pul-up fellow nud strips lu
gcod shape. Ho In uceanip.inled by
his trainer, Nogll, who has no hcsl
tntlon In sajlng that Tsuknninto
will bo the II ret in break thu Inpu In
tho ten inlln rnco at tho Athletic
l'ail; next Saturday.
Tauliomolo Is n veteran or tho
Japanese -Russlunwnr, nud hnB sev
eral medals, nf which ho Is very
proud. Tomonow afternoon nt iho
Pari; ho will he intinduced to tho
MAUNA KEA BRINGS
Olio of thu largest ciowds that over
traveled on tho Manna Kea anled
thta morning fioni Hawaii und .Maul.
There wero about two two hundred
cabin passengers nnd an unusually
largo number lu Iho steerage. Among
tho passengerB was n Jnpiiucso wear.
Ing nn nrmy uniform. Ills bicast waa
decorated with medals of distinction
von lu tho Chlnu-Japan war". Tho pas
sengers stated that tho oflleu-s of Iho
popular flagship of tho Inter-Ivland
fleet wero generous In them,
For Week Ending Sept. 4.
II. W. Knnhano, Sept, 2, Maklkl,
llco Kwong, Sept. 2, Hotel htreot
posllo Ait thcutcr, alterations and
hiiztiKl, sept. 3, lleretanla .sir
lodging houeo: $190'),
For Week Ending Sept. 4.
Kau Kin Yin, Wons Kwiil. Leo HI
Kl, LiiPillln Instate. A. O. ()nu
Dreler Kitnte, C. JI. Jtntzlc, J. A.
Thompson, . von Holt.
Special fealurcs will bo a.1,1,.,1 i n,
gieat show at tho Athletic P.irk m.
night. .Music. Iiapco work.), tlu lu.it
nixing pkiuros lu the city, trick lit
ejelo ildlng by Iho Kldlds, high class
tumbling nnd liend balancing by ex
pcils. Admission only 20c nud lOe, Per
forniaiipoVoinmences nt Oils and con
eludes nt' it): 30 p. in.
Satunlay, September I.
Slmr. Mnun.i Kea, hum Illhi und
laid, 7 a. in.
11 May, September 3.
Sttur, Clauillno, for Maul poitn nud
Hawaii, S:20 p. in.
Slmr. Huletif, for Hawaii, fl p. in.
' A.-1I, S. S. Mexican, for Sallnu Cruz,
Stmr. Iwnlanl, for Lnlinlna, Kuii'iu
linkal, Honokaa nnd Kukiilhaoht, S
Per stmr. Mnuna Kea, fioni Illlo nnd
wny poitc, Sept. L C. Cuiniulngs,
Mrs. CiimniliiRB and child, It. T. Ster
ling. Mrs. Sterling, J. 1. I.llibey, Mlsi
K. Mclntyru, Master K. Aul'd, I!'V. S.
L. Desha, Miss Desha, Misses JohliKim.
(.1). Mlshos. llnpal (2), Mrs. V. Iluudt,
.MIsk.1 Miiudon (2). B. Lalaken. A.
Smith, I)r. Frnrer, . Wllkle, Tluw.
Lohso, Mis. I.esso, Jim. Nnpler, 'A. 9.
flUoira, .Master I). Stewart, Dr. .1. S.
I). Pratt, II. Castle, .las. 11. Castle, II.
U'M.lervrll. Mm .1. Mnlr noil thl-eu
children, Mltscii Molr (2), MIhb M.
Rust, MLr, E. Curtlss, Miss C. Turner,
Masters Molr (2). II. Shlpman, Miss
A. Napier, Mlf.t J. Macey, Mlsa it.
kaii, Mlrg I). Akr.na, Ml.-is Ah Hip.
Marter Ah Hip, C. Hollo. J. V. Mor
ua:.. .las. Itell.y. .1. Cyprfluo, Mlns Cutt
i.Inuham, Mm. Corwallls, Miss I. Wes
el .SlFtcr Fhivlana, Mla McCoolt, I.
Siikumolo, T. Ono Najlda, J. Loowe,
I'. RIchuiiN. Mh,a V. Uuai. Mailer It.
Soi.ao, Mien . Serrso, .Master Super,
Min-ler Worry, II. Wati'on, Muster
I'm ilnglon, Muster II. Illllbush. W.
Ni.bletl, Mlsrrs I.ldgrto (2). Mrs. A.
Lligite, Jilts It. Mat toon It. Askew,
Mrs. W. C. Walker and 2 daughters,
JHib V. MiiiMcn, MIri V. Horner, Mas
tern Oilih 13). C". K. Nolley, .1. Mat
toon, A. Mnltmn !. (lro:ico. Mian M.
Woo, Mis i K. Slownrt. Mlsi E. Roilen
huiHt, Mhs V. Anitln Mrs." II. P.
Wood Mlsi Jl. Williams. Mrs. Fraln,
Miss Welneeko, Mlhs It. Rcntoti, Mra.
II. ltontou, .Vlsies Tiilloch (2), Mlsi
I Und, Mlsa A. P.ond. Miss du Hi olio
lle. Mmtcr K. Ilcnd. II, llotul, V.
jlUnd. Jan. Illii.l. K. Hind, Miss I. Ilus
1 Hey. t'hoj J in it Smith, Miss Atelier
ley. Jlhfci Holt (3), Mlsa M. Kemp
to.'. Mlsi V. Ithkard. Miss E. Join,-,
.Mhraeii Kokl (3), Win. 'lho!iip?oii, P.
Jlo'eley. Mhs II. Notle, V. Meurtons,
W. I'. Willi iiiik. Misses Lindsay (2).
MIsb C. Vldu Mrs. .1. Lindsay, Mnstor
S. Lindsay. Master II. Johnston. Slur
for A. Long. A. W. Carter, Mrs. Carte-
nud four servants. MUse-j Cat tor
(2), Matcr Carter, Miss Jones. Mlhi
A. Dreler, Jlrj, Ahreiii mid servant,
Mlsros AbieiiH (3), MIim Williams, J.
N. Mackl'i, Miss C. Ilofccrnns Miss D.
r.nglo, Sister Helena. Sliter Ilonovcu
turt, Sister Eulal.o, Mrs. .I Corkett Sr.
and child. Mm. .1. Cockett Jr. mid child,
D. Wndsworth, A. Wmlsworth. W. M.
Roberts, Mailer 1.. Williams, F, It,
l-lndsej, Wm. Hansen, I!. Ilaldwln. II.
Ilaldlu. Miss E. Ilaldwln, Miss M.
Freeth, II, L. Whlto, I). 11. Davis, MIs.t
K. Wllcov, Miss It. CiimnilngH. Mlsi
E. Keola, Chlng Sul, H. Mliira. A. Tay
lor, MIsb M. Taylor, Ed Cockelt. MUa
C. Knight, Mniter Shlmi. J. W. (Ill
iiioie. .1. M. Young Dr. Dim-gar. Mn.
Dlnegar und 2 children, Mrs. 'A. Ayrcs.
Mlsa Ayros, Miss L. Weight. C. CocV
(II. P. C. HaIess, Mlsa A. (llbb, Mini
K. Chalmers, .Mrs. Cockett, Hong
Chock, D. While. .Mrs. St. Fnlrman
urd 3 children, .Mis. Nowcll. MUa
lleaer. T. Cockelt, .Mrs. P. Wllght,
-Master Wright. Miss M. Miguel. Mm.
J. Keiiuii, Mnstor Keanii E. K. Plkan,
-Mia. Plkuo nud 2 children, Master
Por slmr. Clauillno, for .Maul nud
Hllo, Sept. ,1, r p. in. T. M. Churcli,
-Mrs. SI. O. Lelghton. Miss Kiln Mur
ray. Mlsa M. J. .Mitchell, Llln Nogel.
Mrs. Win. Simpson, .Miss E, Hnrt, Miss
F. Crozler, It. L. Ogllilo, II. JL Lonn
nrd, Father Miultuo, Father Fraurls,
R. W. Atkinson, A. M. lliown, MIbb
Oladjs Vanilerhof, Mrs. Meslck, .Mrs.
A. M. Wilson. Jllra J. Mnsslo, L'nil
Cook, T. V. King. A. J. Wilson, p. i;.
Harvoy, Mrs, L, .Mason, Mlsi 7. Hog.
era. Mrs. Nun, P. Wilglit, I),-. Woddlck
WATERFRONT NOTES 'l
PUItSKIt PHILLIPS of tl0 .Ma,,,,.,
Kea lepnits tho following sugar ou
Hnwnll, irmlv for tOilpment: Ohn
SS2J Wnlnlien, 19.000; Waliinku,
.'-'.'00; Onomea, 20.100; Laupjlioehoe,
j-,"u, u:iai., juuh; Kukalaii 1). 2391,
H. '28; lluiiiakiia. loocoj iMnuhiii
17000; Honokaa. 15.000; Kul:ul!iaelo!
1970; Piuialiiii. .328.1; Hoiunp,,, 3047,
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner Asl-, will
mi ho from tho Orient nevt Tucsduy
.rlnglii? general mcrrliniidlso fur lh0'
local m,.,,-!,,,,,,,,, nir HilI1 ,-ram.ll(.(,
Should she unholn Urn morning Hio
will leave In tho afternoon at 5 o'clock
TIIRSTEVMRKH Klnan ms.l Mlka.
ia 1 mil rorurn fn ,,,. ,
morrow morning, .ho flmor fr0I1,
Kauai and Iho latter fiom Moloknl