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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T t! . MONDAY SEPT 5, lflU
Honolulu Chapter l(i)il
Oci'imlc Third Degree.
Honolulu ('nminii'ii'lix') -Ilrgulnr
." ,, in.
l.cl Alolin Chapter No. .! -Regular.
All visiting meraben ot tna
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
fit K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
uidiuc cueiutrnpt Members of
mnxinc tnoinccna ntll.r ..,.
KKEFICIAt ASSOSIATIQl cintions "?.
HARMONY I0DOE. No. 3, 1, 0. 0. F.
Afeets every Monday evening nt
.7:30 In I. O. 0. V. Hull, Kurt Street
B. H. IIENDKY, Secretary.
" II. B. McCOY, Noblo Orand.
'All vlsltlug brothers very cordially
OAHU 10DOE, No. 1, Kv-of P.
Meets every first nnd third Frl
VI ty evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Kurt and nerotnula. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
VM. JONES. C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Kng.l)t Qf.
Pythias Hall. Vaulting brolfleftTcor
dlally Invited to attend. i 2. "
A. L. EAKIN, Sacli?rnr: -"
K. V. TODD, C. of II.
H0N0LU1U AERIE, 140, F. 0. E.
Mnets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cornor
. Seietanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited Jo nt-
W. R. RILEY, W. P.
"WM. C. McCOY,- Sec.
HONOIULU LODGE, 610, B.rP. 0. E,
'Honolulu Lodge No. CIC p.lijpj
Klks, meets In their hall, on King
lltreet, near Fort, every FrMay evc
jdng. Visiting Brothers are pordlally
Invited to attend.
JA8. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R. .
" or.O. T. KLUEOEL, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY I0DQE," "NO." 8,
, . K. of P.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of V.
Hall. cor. Fort and Horetanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to nt
Loud. H. A. TAYLOrt. C. C.
E. A. JACOHSON, K. It. 8.
When letting their contracts
for paintintr. specify W. P.
Fuller & Co.'s
It last longer, has a more
beautiful finish arid is more
economical than paint hand
mixed by local painters.
TW, ' Sold by
Lewers & Cooke,
" 177 S. KINO STREET
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMDALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CUAH.AIN I.AHE. OPPOSITE
Plione U70 Night Call 1014
AB8KHSMKHT NO l
Honolulu )lrnci of i )trilioii
list Imitli tellfl UHd l III1! JUNIi
iiMA wmwuf w my hj
All run down, easily ihqii, ncrv?
ous? And do not know what
to take? Then Co direct to
your doctor. Ask life opinion
of Aycr's Sarsaparllla. It con
tains no alcohol, no stimulation,
and is a blood purifier, a nerve
tonic, a strong alterative, an aid
to digestion. Ask your doctor
about Ayer's non-alcoholic Sar
saparllla as a strong tonic for
Tntmi tr Dr. 1. C h" t C. It-.tl, Km . U. S. A.
(Continued from Pace 1)
This year Hide will lio no chance
of rain fur t)i Alakc-i wharf which
with Its iuiiil- fl or fpuie mill spa,
clous gltlllTles undci ft 11)11(1 if enn
accommodate thousands even If tin
elements outside aio Taglng
Tentative -plans- being talked over
at present iiuvl!- fur tho decoration
and utilization of the wharf In n man
tier never dreamed uf liefiirt .
Down tlie center II U prup-isod to
have n J.irgo.ijumtii i or tootlin about
twenty fet n'rjiiatrfor the Ihteri-sls
of the territory. Kiich;iis tho Pineapple
company, to uso as Mhlblt booths; to
snow their prouuets. ..
ThosiV Spaces will' be sold nt a ,(lg
uro sucn its to return to tnooue a
fair Income. v Nothing will )ie 'sold
from theso booth' but tiiey' will be
used for tho distribution, of samples
of the wares of the tenters.
Outside of tlnno loolhi In the cen
ter thero will hi? a wide passugewu
and mi tho outside of this next to the
Kails of the wharf j.hii! will bo the
exhibits nnd side sho-vs of the lodge
the samo as Inst year on the Illshop
It will bo 11 rcRinar midway only
It will not; bo. In the renter of the
wharf, tltls." loiig'jitrliiK of attraction
Vfilch Win" line ,-th.' nlls
Thero will bo all sorts of attractions
from gypsy fn-tmie Idlers to trick ele
phants, ami All the Inturvenlni; steps
In the amusement line which the fer
Ulc brains of tho commlttro ran de
"For Iho tvn dnys' show there will
ho lmiorteil from Sun Francisco fur
this performance onlv, two of the best
trick elcphuntM to be obtnlui'd for the
purpose, nnd the Hlks believe that
these elephants will proo one of the
biggest attraction of the wjiolo af
fair. They will be paraded around
the streets of tho city ut certain hours
each dny before the two days of tho
carnival and nno during the two Im
For tho parades around the illy
these elephants will bo decorated In
tho most elaborate maimer and they
will draw crowds to the sidewalks
from all the buildings v-lilch they
It Is expcctPil that real Indian ma
houts will bo brought here to drln
the elephants In ull the public ap
pearances they make. Tho plush nnd
silken iiads with which tho elephants
will bo decorated will hour npprnpil
:ilo Inscription, and fiom the how
ihilm on tin ir lucks beautiful girls,
dcrssed ns irlucees, muy tluow con
fctll und diminutive advertising liter
aturo to the thioug-i gathered nliitig
The gniinl ball on the first evening
will ptohniily be lield In the balcou
les of tljo whnif. 1111 wheio thero Is
always 11 cooling breeio stirring
Ui'oorutliiiis fr ibis part of the
wharf Will bo ilia iuoi.t elahoMtii.
Music makers will ho uimiiliiKly hid
den behind tropical vogetiilloii, uud
ciHillne ililnks Mill bo sened from
ITpliolstetud uud Iniiletn docked gun
ilnlas with illlfcliy imihll.'IH will' he III
willing ut the landing slugn uud ho
twi'cn dunces liuppy riniplus r.in lake
u shmt 1 tilt on the wulurn of llm
moonlit liurhor tn test fivim the whirl
of the ui'riy wnlU.
It ulll bit so like Iho loal V011I011,
ihoKit hiuieril III Kuinlulus, Hint It U
uiilleiliHleil iliey will bo fully ut'CiipM
fiom the Him iho nvoiilim's fun coin
ilii'Uiio until It uIokus III Ilia woe
riiom ill li hi' tv.ii clilllwi (It llm
uml ul tliu whlllf Hllil pjrltt if sli
'Hi iHk ilia ruttiliHi pJuiut)' fiom
Mhjh ullilUH down lh lhllll'l llIH'
ii the ( to ilu lam imMlu
HlfwU Willi iwi'i'f safi'D
'Ik' ffcthftl telM tw wntet utwW 884 Ihiwutdmi
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Bullc
tin for a nickel is twice as large
as the tablet usually sold for this
Aulos. tl Dcr hour, f.nwl.q ambles
Ilelhel Htieet Hack Stand Phone
It goes without salng that every
thing Is Host at Tho Hncoie.
. The Anchor Saloon Is now a curio
museum worth sii'ltig Don't forget.
Kt. i tulrrtll-'u III lurv it-Ill t. irti. 1111 .111
Moudni. September 12. for the fall
St. Andrew's I'rioiv will leomn for
the' fall tdrm on Monday Seiiteinlier
I.leteii' For a neat hack, ring up
Phone liil.l ami ask for Frank linker,
There was tinltilua doing nt tho po
lice com t this morning nnd the pi
lice sintloii 1 1, ,l:c I dccrtcit
If you want n good job clone on an
uitn or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carrlnun Mfir Co 4S7 Ooi-cn HI
K-Ouvernor Cleghoru has nearly
recovered fiom Ills spell of eIcUiii-ss,
and will be about again In 11 ilav
For distilled water. Hire's Jlool
fleer nnd nil other Hipular drinks
IClig lip Phono 2171. Consolidated
AnderMin (Irncn enjnvlug I.nlkir
Day 011 the slopes of Mauua Kea: ho
leit Oiilin last wt-o as h. found thlng
loo ipilet for him
Hub) I'.liss und Jullv Trlxle went
In swlniniliig ut the Wnlklkl Inn this
niniiilnr' the tide wan tiotlr.ol, In rise
three fct at one .
Commencing Sunday, Auinist 28.
the B u 1 1 e t i n's phone' numbers
win be: liutvness ofllcc, 2250; edi
torial looms, 2185.
Pacific Ilfbekiih Lodge. No 1. I. O.
O. 1, will give n shirt waist dance on
the loof garden. Odd Fellows- IlulhU
Ing, Thursday evening, Sept. 8th. be
ginning at 8. 3D Admission 25c.
Deputy Hose smiles nt Iho idea that
tho delegates to tho Democratic eon
vi nt Ion will nearly all bo ikiIIco otll
ccrs or road ilcpaitmcnt men. If ev
ery cop was a delegate there would
only bo seventeen or so on tho list
' Choy Yung Jo, the Korean who wns
slabbed by nuother Korean, Is still
alive but there does lint seem to Ii--much
chance of IiIm looovtry Ills
assailant is tnklii), things o.n)- nt tho
IkiIIco station and cxpicssc: no to
morse for his cilmc
FOR ALL OAHU
Extension Of Service
Tho outside districts of O11I111 will
soon have the automatic tidephoiie
system In operation, preparations hav
ing booh computed by Mr. Hummel,
the Superintendent In charge of the
Installation of the uutomallc system
for the Mutuil Telephone Company,
for an extension of the system
throughout the Island.
The officials of tho company nre
well pleased with the results so far
obtained bj Iho automatic system In'
Honolulu and have ik-clil-d that the
work of extending tho system 'to the
outside districts should bo Instituted
as soon ns jKiasllile
If is planned that a beginning wilt
bemado In. .tills connection within Iho
courso-oMha week, some of the ill 111
cultles to be overcome In (he exten
sion of the system to outBlda districts
It Is said being mure pronounced than
thoso that were mut with In placing
the Honolulu niitomutlcs In 0ieratlon.
No serious difficulty Is expected, how
ever, nud the glrlcss telephone will
soon bo ringing throughout O.1I111.
Lowers & Cooko of this city luivo
added to their lumber lliet ,111 the
piirchuse of the schooner Repeat. Tho
schooner belonged to tho Simpson
Lumber Company of Kan Francisco.
Tim price paid Is fculd to be In the
lielgliboihood of $.',r.,00l).
A crooked man Is most likely
have 11 smooth way with him.
The life .of goodness leads to faith
III the goodness of'llfe.
11 :i :: it it :: n it ts tt :t :: :: u it u
llm mainland f.or longer than 11 ijoradu
and that they will Jump Into local
fuvor Immediately is uiillclp,ttcil Willi
out liny diiubt.
At lint fur end of Iho vvliurf. whortf
Mieie Is 110 gallery around nlinvi', llm
.itiigu will ho ueeied uud tho nol"ly
circus will lui glvMi. Ko.ils will rise
In thus ftoni Iho ceiilm on till shies
Of till- Whlilf rlll'd mid It U plllllliud
In iii'ioiiimoilnte hundreds of srsona
In see Oils liii iilatil ftMliiro or the
Them Is much piiiiiisiiii i,impjiii
over ihu ruinlim cai nival uinl in pm
lift Him II wllrfur surpuss iiiiylhlna
in Hie imtii urns Mttlumi miyliig
Tlu IJIKs nre opiliiiUile with ihu
iit'iiutui 11 f the iwhi und fur ihu inn
111 I'Htir iliy.pluii i iiiiIiId vni ihu
mt tauiiulHv ntfvioihiui uf iiiv
Our New Phono Number Will He
City Ttatisfnr Co.
CONDUCTORS' IACHI CHARGES
TROUBLES' stuffed rolls
(Continued from Vise 2.
"Of (Oiirse, there' are some wotlfd-
be smart people who try to boat
their way on the cms b producing'
a ten-spot and arklng the loudiictorl
to chniiKo it. Homclliue-i it Is ut-
terly liiipnrslblc foi the conductor to
do so, ninl then
the passenger pas
in 01111 1'iniirMti 1 remeiuonr 10 ine uepuoiicnii rouiiiy coiiveiiiiuii. tvrdny via Seattle. She arrived off
when some of the con'diietors curried The assumption was that Achl lmrt on& before daylight. She had
small bags lontiiliilug fmir dollars would be ungr over his defeat nnd between fourteen nnd fifteen hundred
and ninety the rents, nil In nlcke's. . turn Democrat. The scheme work-' tons of freight, and docked nt the
When n live dollar gold Vlece was ed just the other way. ' railway wharf nfter entering the liar-
tendered, the bag of nickels wnsj "From the showing of the votes bor. Eleele nnd Kahulul nre nlso In
turned over, and thou ut lousi one c.iKt last Saturday, I nm snlislled that, eluded In the freight list, the former
mnii wan busy for the rest of the I was defeated In my own precinct to receive 300 tons and the Intter
trip. Sometimes the passenger would by tho Democratic votes," snld Achl ,!ort 40(1 tons.
make the change r.fn-en tents too, this morning. "The majority of tho'. It Is expected that tho Ilyndes will
little, nnd ut other times 11 nickel i Itepubllcnii voters, 1 know, voted forjhnvo discharged her localifrelght by
too' much. Another iiniiit would he me. I wns done up by the Demo- Tuesduy afternoon nnd will sail for
made while dm other pasheiigera'crnts. lle oll.'er Island-ports for which she
iMikcil on Mid hniL'tn-il nn.l niuillv -n 1 ....11 ......1. ..li''l goods. The Ilyndes will sail dl-
tho man would leave the cur not,MPni,.ii..u if .,.. 1 win m
knowing If ho was over or short In
"One condii tor tod.ty brought' In'
forty dollars In silver and no gold;
It might ' h'live been 11 bleir lug for
this man If he hud run up against
fonio gold pieces and have gotten
rid iff tliu' heav.v wad ho was carry
i.n .1 ......
ooiiieining sumiiit no none to.
abntc the evil of the "ten spot man
who strikes the i-oiiduitor llrst thing
jlll the nioriug fm change nnd
theieby ilUnriuiieo- the whole day's
This 'm'iilnB tho U11II0J Hrt,llif.r.
hood of llolleinla'keis '.started ifnt 'oh
Ihelr iiiiiiiul,'ilciilr vthlcli celebr.itos
Labor Day The bollormak i mo tliu
onfy pcopln Who 'scout able to stick;
logelher, ami keep up Iho end of
white labor as regard d'lebr.itlng the
great iay of the year.
A largo tall) lio. loaded with good
fellows and good things to eat nnd
drink, left-town nt ten o'clock thU
morning, nnd Mnatinlua wns the des
tination of ih bunch.
Arrived ut Sijulre Damon's boautl
ful .place, the good things were quick
ly spread on Hie ground uud ample
Justice wns done to delldnclcs. Speech
es vveie made, and universal regret
shown nt tho absence of ".Molly 111
ley" Mlk" I'attpn, who was wont to
keep all fn-mcr picnics going strong
In the way of songs.
After luncheon Iho welders of Iron
got bus) on the baseball diamond, uud
a great game Is at the present mom
ent underway The married men 1110
leading oy 3f 32 mid the seventh
Innings Is mil. An Interval for 10
fieirliments has been declared, nnd It
looks nt time of wilting u If the
game will not bo finished this year
All ihu Knruann of the city nnd iiIho
1I1 Ii i:ali-1 fiom the different islands
aio iMliier d together day ul their
meeting plate oil lllchnrd street The
gatlieiing. up till uiHintlmo. was or
iloilj eiiougli, uud no signs of an
tioiible vveie In Ik seen. Hovernl
speaknis uddressed tho Ituilli-nco and.
Judging fiom Iho applauso of tho lis.
tvlieis, tlie geiiorol ciowd ngieed with
The questions worn put In . tho logu
Inr vuy, and Ihenjt vole taken; from
iiM nrcoiiuisMlii) volliig wus pretty well
'unanimous, find 11s most of the mo
tions vveie u deplore, and suggest
methods of throwing nlf the yoke of
Japan, thu meeting wus ns one 1111111
on ihu questions.
Vong, the funncr police olllcer uud
Ihicrpiotcr, was 1li the crowd und ho
looked iinlior the worso for wnir. ()iu
eo Is veiy h'lltettil lisiklug, and snv
in u) scintches nppeiir oil his lace, lie,
luiHuver. link an 111 lire Interest In
tho pioc I'dlui: mid did 110I seem se.ir
ci of iinoiher ntliii-li nil him.
Chief of Delerllvos MeDuNlu hud ie-i-el
veil it tip Unit lliurii mlKlil be trou
ble ul ih (iiiiyentloii, so lie lisik III"
pruruiillnii In iiip In at ipsiu llmu
tuiliiy nm) Hi wain iIih UliulUh spouk
lim Iviiumiifc H1111, ill IIih Hist rlmi
nf iimililo iJip wIphV i-hihiI wihiI, Ui
uiipsiml 'IIih Hhlui Hd Hililn
WM IlllteH III tM JMIl gHil lllWll IJIH
(Jns. II Love)
(Continncd from Pace 11
ftirtlier tniphnslr.ed Hie fn t that ho
will work, nnd work hard, for
.Some time ago It was teported
that .McCandless, who could not In
dure Achl to nfllllnle with the Dem
ocrals. told his (McCandless') men
; 10 wik ngni iibv aciii lis a iiongiiio
If necessary. 1 will go
out Ynakliig Bpeeches iigalust him. In.
nildltlou to this, I am going to write'
ponucar circulars ngninst nun. ,
"FOr the last two
years 1 navo
snliL nothing iigaltut McCaiulless.jTOW morning from San Frauclsco.
Hut this enr 1 Intend to do him!
up pulltlcnlly. 1 will ask und write
to nil my rrlendK througout the ls -
lands to Work against hint. The
thine that will prevent me fiom
Interferliig with his political nsplrn.jghe u bringing 3000 Ions of Cargo
tlOIIS IS for hllil to null rullhltig for
I Delegate to Congress.
"I am satisfied that McCnmlless ' Hllo, retuiulng on Sunday,
did me up Inst Saturday, nnd I will Q
not lio low until I see him go down Today being Labor Day there Is llt
In defeat nt the pols. I Ho doing on tho waterfront Half n
"This, time 1 am going to work I d,,J,"M wo ,on' " e fone th?
Jor Prince Kuhlo. ns Delegate to f.r". ' .,'1" '" .,. "H.
n.,.,0-... M.nll.,,,.,1 A..I.I
1 41 mi huuifi tfttt i iivirrviui j n lilt
the Pi-tucii to Bpcuk for him and
work filr him. A few years ago I
inaue no mention whatsoever tor nim. allj yp(,tordny morning sturted for
hut this time I nm going to work i.,mr Hnrbor to dlschnrge her lum
11II I nu Tor him." . ber which Is for the Federal govern-
I..I.I I. ....n... Itn 1.. 1 1. I .
'urn ,b iinij. iiu i jiiiin ui -
came the Democrats, who apparent
ly listened to the advicu of MeC.tud-
less, got Into the Itcpiihllcnn prl-l
marles to bring uliout his defeat.
Will!,, Aflll Willi lrlvlll.r .till lilt.
n f. ""..
Hatement to a II u 1 1 e t I 11 report-' backed away rrom the dock, seven
er, II. Crnbbc, one of the luiins of belated passengers, a niimbei of Hum
the Honolulu road Isinril, cnme 0jhelng -women, came rushing down the
Achl's law onico to tell him that
thu Democrats were not responsible
tor his defeat.
"What do you mean by that?"
howled Achl excitedly.
"You meun to tell me, Mr. Crnbbe,
that the Democrats did not vote
against me?" asked Achl, us he pro-1
duced thu bullot leturtis uud IkjIiU-
ed nut to him the number of votes
"Why Is It Hint Prank F.
luihdi'x leeelved inure votes
me? usked A hi llecause ho got
some Democratic votes." I
Crnbbe. who evidently saw Hint
Achl wus vory angry, remained si
OF COUNTY CALL
Tim fully of tlin District nnd Coun
ty convention being held previous to
Ihu Territorial convention cnme homo
to many or thu delegates this illum
ing. Hitherto they have been too
busy figuring 011 tho pteuluct contests
to tiiku much notice, uf whut the Coun
ty Coiumltleu hud done.
It Is not known thut unyoiio cun
pioduce u piecunt fur tho action of
thu County committee thut bus culled
11 convention to 11111110 candidates, be
row the platform or tho purty bus
The suggestion was iiuidu this
morning thut die County Convention
after meeting und organizing accord
ing to Hie nil I or the County Commit
tee, should nil Jour 11 and derer uny fur
ther action 1111III utter the Terrltoihil
coiirenllun hud met and adjourned
This Miiirso would siivo whut will
otherwise- Im 11 must ridiculous situation.
NOW SEE ERROR
THE PACIFIC MAIL lluur .Man.
CllUlhl, which pus been lud In quur.
1111II1111 ut Yokohama, has been in
loused und Is 1111 her way in this pint.
This will hi Ing thu hiu liner her 11
I0llrlii or iluys behind her kcluululii,
1 1 11,
'Hie lli-llllh of sea ki'liicnu ul H'tl
slim 11 it'sniis this simui Ua uuinuiii.
I'd in 11 iiuiluii.il too.iiil.il
liM'li llnwu whii lliliih w lin bufurii
IIW HK mn ul In lmii uiiiiiK-
IS HI4MIIIVJ HfUf lliV)1 llHV() hHl
Sunday, Sept. 4,
M. N. S. S. Ilyndes. Youngten, frpm
Seattle, n. m.
Stntr. Hclcnr. from Knwalhac. a, m.
Htmr. Mlkahnla, fiom Knmifiknkal,
, Stinr. Nocau, from Hawaii, a. 111.
Monday, Sept. 5.
I I'.uyo Mam. from South American
M. N. S. P. Ilyndes, from Seattle.
IT WILL be n busy week olong Iho
waterfront for tho coming week, as
far as tho Matson Navigation Co. Is
1 1'lmrn urllt lt In nn.l nnf titmiAtnatila
of tll0 ,-urllnC( Whelmlnn and Hy-
jcl,. Tl0 Hyiu)PH cnme ,0 ,)ort ye(t.
tec f(r San xanclco from the last
,.,,, , ,, ,.?,.
,'t,hB IMATSON LINKIt Wllhel-
rfilna, Caiitnln Johnson. Is expected
to nrrlve off port very early tomor
with n large number of Island Peo
p0 who have been visiting In the
j Stales. Some of the school teachers
wl,n nent their vnrnllnn m llm
-, - ...-.".. .... ...
mnliilnml nr nl rmiii-nhm n i,r.
for Honolulu nnd "Onn Iniig fnr 1 1 11,1
The vessel sails on Weiliipsdnv for
"" "l,,ur """ U1 U1H ""y w, uo B'vcn
,o th0 l,wn M a l,af iauoy
The David Kvuns, an American
schooner, with u cargo of lumber, ar
rived In the ofTng late Saturduy night.
TlinniC WAS considerable excite
1111 nt at tho depart uro of the Sherman
last Saturday. After tho gang plank
had been pulled In und the ship had
wharf. A rope ladder and 0110 of the
big side orts were used nnd ull were
finally got on board but there was
fun (for those not going) whllo It
The Wllholmluu Is due off port to-
liuirriiw Tnnrnltitr Klu, ...itiiMu frnm
San Fru,lcl!lco nni), according to
wireless, has H0U0 tons of caro on
board, 3000 tons for this city und 200o
tons for Hllo. There are 143 pussen
Fer. gers on the Wllludmlnii On 'Vcdnes
t hull dnv the steamer will null out Inr Hllo.
ut D p. in., returning to I'ono'ulu on
next Sunday and nulling fur San
Francisco September 14, ut 10 u. in.
.THE AMEHICAN schooner Davd
Evans, with a curgo of lumber for
the Federal works ct Pearl Harbor,
arrived from Aberdeen lust Satur
duy night, and proceeded to Puuloa
esterduy morning to discharge her
cargo. Cuptalu Sanders, her skip
per, was formerly In the employ or
the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
HAKI.Y yesterday morning tio
steamer Mlkuhaln, which makes
u usunl route or Molokul-I-unal ports,
arrived with passengers nnd general
cargo. Jack McVeigh, superintend
out of thu settlement, was among
the arrivals. The Mikahala will
sail again nt S o'clock tomorrow aft
ernoon. THE MATSON LINER Lurllne,
which returned from Kahulul, Maul.
where she went to dlsthargo herl
Maul cargo, will leave for San Fruu-I
clseo tomorrow evening nt C o'clock ,
with n lurgo shipment of Island
THE MATSON I.INEU Wllhel
mlnii, due to urrlvo tumorrow morn
Ing, has 143 cabin passongcrs, in
Meerugo, 3000 tons of cargo pir Ho
nolulu. 2000 tuns for Hllo, 401 bng.1
THE STKAMIIIt lleleno rMurnmi
from Knvvnlh'ie, lliwii, jenterduy,
with general canfii. Hhe hrnimht
livestock from ths Puikvr Hunch 1
Till'; HTKAHIIH KIiuii will luayu
fur Iviiuul, us imiMl, loiiiurinw ufl
t'liiiMin ul fi nVhuli, with pumeunnu
und Kupeiui im no,
Thu Milium lliu-i Iaii I mi inilvm)
II I'UJI Ull rillVMUUll Hllil W dm,ul
I'HMnrr.iw m 11 p iM fn, t, ('.
ON PAGE FOURTEEN.
J Per stmr. Mlkahnla, fronf Maul
nnu .itoionni pons, aepi. i atner
I Alois, M. Hlrokawa, J. II. McKenzle,
J. D. Dole, Mrs. W P. Keanu, Mas
ter Hitchcock, Miss L. Meyer, Miss
.Mnhoc, Jack McVeigh, Miss Ah Fnt,
Miss Kyuor, Miss JetiBen, O. jMcCor
rlslon, E. Meyer, Mrs. McCofrlston,
Miss Drum. II. U. Hitchcock, Mil.
Hitchcock, Mr. Warren. j"
Per stmr. Mntina Ktea, foi Hllo,
Sept. (!, 10 a. m. Abel S. Kaiihalhno,
Miss II. Zane, Miss A. Amana, Miss
A. A. Aklna, Miss Perry, Elizabeth
IMnry, Miss I. .Hal. Miss HIcHa, Mrs.
Armstrong, Mrs. C. II. Klucgel, Mrs.
Alary Plotter, Mrs. M, James, Mrs.
Hick's friend, Mrs, H. P, Wood, Miss
Ijirlc, Mrs. Marclel and child, Mrs.
Orace Moorhead, Miss J, Hamilton,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Heard. S. A. Kapton.
John Perry, Hov. W. D. Oleson, Ilev.
O. II. Oullck, Mrs. Otto Rose and 3
children and maid, J. II. Dagger!, Sam
Mooklrtl, M. Kololuhl, Miss M. Mat
ter re, Miss Ida Yowell, Miss E. Ka
oh I, Miss Emma Ooo, MJns J. Ala
meda, Miss Dunn Miss Meslek, Mrs.
J. Hose. Mrs. N. E. Perry, Mrs. W. II.
Peck, Mrs, Tnliock, Mrs. D..E. Clutter,
F .11. Ackley, II. F. Knudsen, E. Mil
ler, A. U. Clark Jr.. Itev. Aull, Miss
V. Asam, II. M. Kcohokalole, Mary
I.um Sun, J. Glenn and wife, F, H.
Ackley, II. M. Harrison, Dr. Stow, T.
A. Iliirntngham, O. A. Hindi, M, Dar
rnch, W. II. Ileen. F, A. Taylor, W.
Hnyselden nnd wife, Miss Sarah Coc
ked, Mies Emma Paele, Mrs. M.
Per stmr. Kln'au, Gregory, for Kau
ai. Sept. fl, B p. in. Spohllng's nnrso
and maid, C. 11. Oay, Miss II. Glrvln,
Miss Marchard, Mrs. Hooplll and
dniighter, Mirs Ella Lee, Miss U Akl
na. Iter. J. A. Aklna. August Aklna,
Miss Shlmmelflng. Mrs. L. Wright,
Mrs, Ilastlo and daughter, It. P. Spald
ing and wife. Miss Huddy. Miss Akeo,
Miss II. Kno. Miss A. Wong, Mr.
Prcscott, C. A. Smith. Miss L. Ellis,
Miss M. Ellis, Miss D. Sheldon, Miss
Per stmr. Manna Loa, .Thompson,
for Konn, Sept. C, 12 m. E. L. Strout.
W, Hnyselden nud wife, Masters Mac
Kenxlc (2), Francis Akona, Miss Mag
Hooper, Sarah Kamanolia, Iot Ka
uwo nnd wife and child, ilss F.
O'llrlen, Miss May Chanp, Miss D.
Ha?nes, Mrs. Kawewehl, Mrs. Iona,
Miss Ia Mossman; J4)bb Mi Hoo Tol.
Per stmr, Mikahala, l'lltz, for Molo
kal, Sept. C, C p. in. Wm. Molina and
wlfo. Miss E. KeaHhn, Miss Choy,
Miss K, Caso.
IN FOREION PORT!
Saturday, S-spt. 3.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Sept. 2; 8. S.
Tenyo Mnru, honco Aug, 23.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 2:
8. H. llllonlan, from Hllo Aug. 24.
SAN F11ANC1SCO Sailed Sept. 2: Ilk.
Andrew Welch, for Honolulu.
PORT OAMULE Sailed Sept. 2: Dk.
Albert, for Hllo.
YOKOHAMA Soiled Sept. 3: S. S.
Manchuria, for Honolulu.
THE STEAMKI13 Muuna Kea and
Mauna Ixia sail tomorrow for La.
halnn and Hawaii ports. The flag
ship Muuna Kea leaves at 10 o'clock
uud tho Mauua Ioa at 12 o'clock.
It Is reported that Captain 8lmer
son, who has been enjoying a well
earned vacation, will take out the
100 PER.CENT.'&ETTER CIQAR
VALUE POR YOU.
Were ,we, tnmuko our, fdgurs
In Cuba, wu'd have to dpuble the
present prices tq meet the duty.
So we have part of our estab
lishment In Cuba and part In
Tampa, where Cuba's climate
Our experts, on the ground,
get the pick or the choicest Ha
vana louves grown.
Theio we mellow Into rare
aromatic flavor on natlva soil,
In our own warehouses.!
Then, In Tampa, the Una!
touch of Havana perfection Is
given In the deft handiwork ot
skilled Cuban cigar-makers.
Thus wp lose nothing of tho
Impnrtcd's perfections, whlHi
we save the Import duty.
And this saving goes Into the
cigar goes to the SMOKER In
Head of the government u prin
ciple tu which Is due the superb
quality, tho unrivalled values of
In 27 Different Bhapu-Oni fer
Eviry Tails 3 fr-2tc it
2Qo Each '
AT YOUR PEALtfiU
M, A. QWflM D,-nilt Hugti
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