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'School Commissioners Hold Session
and Fill Vacancies in Department
on Hawaii and Maui
Many Svccc s'ul'y Pais Summer
From nine o'cloik vostcrday morning
until well after five o clock in tlio eve
nlng the school comm sssouers, presided
over by Superintendent of Public In
slruction Thomas II Oil son, assisted by
Inspector of Schools Gcorgo 8.
were in session, going over tlio
lists of'nppniutinculs of teachers inndo
at the meeting held last intuitu. iunkiii
new appointments, transfers, and accepting
a ntimler ot resignations which
cropped up since the last ineetlniJ.
There wire present at tlio meeting
yesterday School t Mrs. 1J.
1). IJond of Hawaii, I). C. Lindsay of
Man!, T. lirandt of Kauai and E. W.
Sutton of Oahu. Cnmrmsioticrs W. II.
Smith of Hawaii and Mrs. Theodoro
Iticlinrds of Oahu arc absent on the
The commissioners wont over tlio list
of appointments for Hawaii and Maui
and mnde a few changes as the oxigen
cies required, as follows
Jubilee Luken, a ntw teacher, was
appointed to the vVniaKea vvaena School,
Hilo; Miss (lertrtide Orvis was transferred
from tho Mountain View to l'a
paikou; Jlifs Cnrrio A. Thompson was
appointed to 1'ala, Maul; Mis Amanda
Luscomb to Keaau, Ol.'ia; Miss Morrison
nnd Miss Rnscll graduates of
the Los Angeles State Normal School
who arrived yesterday from San Trail
risco, woie appointed to Mountain View,
Hawaii; Mrs. Mabel St. Sure was appointed
to the Kapap.il.1, Kail, School:
Miss Constance Knpn Chang to Waio
bluu, Knu; Miss .Mabel Page to the
Konawacna Sehoo, Kona, Hawaii; Mrs.
W. J. n. Pajne and Jlris Elliott to the
Honokna, Hawaii, School; Mrs. Anna
belle Mundon Hojd was appointed as
sistnnt teacher to the Manoa, Oahu,
School, and Miss Jennie Lee Deems was
transferred from the Hnnapepe, Kauai,
to the Knahumnmi School.
Miss Elsa Peterson, who bad charge
o the nature study nnd garden work
courses at the Normal School, has resigned
and her resignation was accepted
yesterday by the school eommision.
Superintendent Gibson yestordny re
elvcd news that Miss Mary Viewing
of the Hamahuapoko, Mnui School, hail
undergone an operation at the Fasa
dena Hospital, Cnliforma, and would be
unable to report for duty for sixty days.
Her vacation will be extended two
months from September I.
B. C. How man, who for tho past two
months has been nttcading various summer
schools in Kansas, principally at
Oxford, has written that ho will return
to the Islands in time to take up his
work at Lahainaluna, Mnui, for the
first term, after which ho will take
charge of the new department created
at Lahainaluna for vocational instruc
The commissioners will meet again at
nine o'clock this morning and an attempt
will be made to go through Unbalance
of tho teachers lists of ap
pointments for tho coming school year
At the meeting this morning the
board of examiners, appointed to go
over the examination papers of the
teachers who attended the recent term
of the summer school, will report to
Superintendent Gibson the result of the
Those who passed successfully were
First Permit r.lsio Chalmers,
How,- Nina Haves, Amanda Lus
com, Nora Chang, IMwin C. Mooro, Carrie
Muller, Jeanio M Jlonroo nnd lien
Second Permit Marion O. Austin,
Grace Gilmorc, Znlida do la Nux and
A. Louise Dean
Primary Certificate Jessie Leo
Deems. Margaret Macy, Mary Rapozo
and Florence Sill
Grammar tirade Certificate Florence
Blake, Manuel da t orte, Lilinoo Hapai
ana Sam K. Kawaiaea.
Passed in part Frank Hoopil, F.mma
Kapati, Thomas Haae, Mathew Kane
anil Lot K. Kauwe
The board of
examiners was com
posed of George S Itavmond, Mrs. Marv
. Gtinn, Miss 11 It. Tavlor and Eugene
FRONT STREEf FORMS
ID'S ONLY GRIEF
One Of thll l)n.li)ni. .It
wlilch n Ihloito (.ours mto tlio ears of
a Iinnnml.m i. l...i .. ..
la . ariu . ""' '"""'ruing in
streeMSne of the leading thoroughfn
K "'"" metropolis.
The Ililoites, it is said, were
. . , . . . pr .
iiaraj In , ....11. i i. i .'. l
,... ,,..,,, ,e ueip oi the Ail i Club,
during its visit in Ililo, in getting
,..i ii,i,i i- iiirougu tlio gove
i i- -
- ....Vi, mi-,,, lu secure the
land needed on the mnuka sldo of Fro nit
street to wi.iou it and mnho it a t
oughfaro which will bo one of the
Front street M--1..1
the center of Hilo In parts It Is n
..... ...... iiuunru uvcr it all lias
an unusual amount of Unfile. So
puns nave neen to meet the
"" lirotiose'd width ti,.. ...... i -i
, ., ," - "'n 1'WltllUl BIIUI s
what the entire thorouglifnro wou Id
,'1 improved. Vet, for boi le
reason und tho Ililoites complain til at
onto or me uelav , due to tho nttor
"J general widening
Hilo, however shows many evlden
of lirneress. W'blai.i......... .. .
a i i
tlnnHed by liaudMiuiu Iii,Hiiks, iimi my
ui nun ii nutii imhui erwttiil iliirlng the
llflSt tUn fir tlir.UI vmawa l'
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luiiriiio iiuiiniugs ui pieatiing dutlg n,
jpmii9w - ' If BPH '
jiawaiiav r,zrrn?, Ttww. u'l.i I- in rn wrFKr.v
Senator Tillman, Speaking Against
Suffrage, Blames Divorce Laws
For Diggs . Caminetti Evil
Tells What Would Happen to
Those Young Men in South.
(Hy Federal Witoless Telegrnph.)
WASHINGTON', August 18. (Spe
eial lo Tho Advertiser) Tho Diggs.
Caminetti whllo slave ease was ills
cussed on the floor of 4ho aeuntn to
day. when Senator Tillman of South
Carolina declated that easy divorce
laws enabled Diggs and Caminetti to
securo their victims,
Tillman, mentioned the care while
speaking against woman suffrage nnd
tho present divorce laws.
"If the Diggs Ciiuiuetti P'lnlr had
occurred lu the South " declared
"thn fathers of tlio two girls
would have killvu ( -" "ifo do
scrtcM like dogs and would have been
acquitted. It appears tn mn that' the
relation between ilivorco ami suffrage
is one of mutual acceleration.
"I am aware that the xullrage movement
Is too strong for an old fogy like
me to expect to Btop it, except perhaps
in tlui South or in Now Kugland, where
conservatism is strong, but I believe
woman 'h goodness and usefulness yarios
inversely with her participation in politics.
Women will improve politics, but
ultimately politlis will destioy them."
Tillman quoted statistics show.ng the
proportionate growth of divorce and
sufirngc. Alluding to a statement by
.lano Addanis of Chicago, that women
will remembtr tho attitude of present
day politicians in the milTrago war,
"I fear statesmen may bo weak facing
this threat, but; only cowards yield
their conviction under pressuto."
Charles Head, a prominent mining
man of Salt Lako City, Utah, who is
en route to Manila on a pleasuro trip,
severely criticizes the condition of tho
bathing beaches in front of tho
nnd Seaside hotels, and tho Outrigger
Club, but notwithstanding tho
inconveniences suffered while trying to
swim out of tho outcroppings, declares
that the swimming is uneqiinilod.
"Wu were told to go in whero It was
supposed to bo good," said Mr. Head
jesterday, "and wo went there only to
find ourselves in a mass of coral which
was mighty shurp.
"I can't understand why Honolulu
permits its beaches to get in tills condition,
particularly as the swimming
is featured us one of tho great uttrnc
tions of the city. Tnko out tho coral
and make tho underfoot feeling just
us good as the splendid water and you
will have a bench nnd bathing un
equalled anywhere clso In tho world."
Myrn D. Malone, well known in
as an artist and teacher of art,
and w ho is a sister of Mrs. C. C. Coon-ley,
nrrlved in Honolulu on tho Korea
vestcrdny. Tho nrtist plans to open u
studio here. She has taught painting
in California for moro than twenty
J ears, and has studied under leaders
In tho world of nrt, and her paintings
aro in some of tho best homos on the
Dering her stay hero Mrs. Malone
will teach painting iti oils. Sho will
Itvo at the Coonley home during her
stay here. This is Mrs. Malouo's first
visit to the Islands.
FOB THFJf SIOENCY
CITV OF MKXICO, August 10. The
extradition papers in connection with
the arrest of Kmmnnuel Castillo Hrito,
formerly provisional governor of (be
Mate of Campcche, nro being prepared
by the Mexican government for des
patch to tho United States.
The documents will deal chiefly with
tho charge against Hrito, of robbing
the stato treasury and local banks be
fore taking to the hills in the rebellion.
Kvidcnco bearlnir on the murder
charge against Hrito is reported to be
on the way here from Cnmpeclie.
Tho convention of the Catholic party
for the nomination of candidates for
tho presidency and vice, presidency nt
the elections culled for October next,
opened Its sessions today.
Pedro Lasciiralu, who was minister of
foreign uffnlrs under President
Is spoken of ns likely to bo the
choice of the delegates for presidential
Felix Diaz, who thus far Is the only
presidential aspirant formally announced,
will probablv have au opKiicnt lu
the person of Dr. Francisco VinqtiM
Gomez, formerly minister of education,
according to a reKirt reaching hero
from (limdiilajjra. Personal friends of
Doctor Gomez are wild to have received
un assurance that lie will accept.
Senator from Kansas Denounce:!
Mantfc 'itf .Wllich Tariff Bill
Was Passed in Caucus and
Moves Gradual Reduction That
Would Insit.ro Life of Great
(Hy Federal Wltcless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, August IS. (Sfe
tlal to Tho Advertiser) Senator
tmv r,iiniiei1 ilel.hti. nil thn free stienr
schedule today by proposnlg n reldne
tiou Iron tl.i'C per liuuilreil pounils,
tin. ..,, cvinttmr .. ....n illttv. ,, , in . H I-.- .Tt'lU.. ,,,, with
additional reductions in periods of threo
nnd six ycirs, which finally would tiling
H. ilnwii ........ tr, ... it. ,.. ''71. ,4 niul ...... iiiiiilil ......... .. ln.ilii .. .
the Cuban twenty per cent diircrential.
"I un not tli.iiK it will matter in
this time," icl llristow, "to dlstiirrli
tho rcinrotal relations we have with
Cuba. I beliovn the reductions can be
ruadu with absolute safety to our sugar
industry ami Mint it would cuntiuiia to
grow and prosper, if the proposed
ruinous legislation could lie ilefeuted,
in my humble .judgment, w thin less
thnn twnntv vetr4 lroni tlii Imnr ie
would be producing within our borders
every pounu ot sugar vvincii mo American
Seuntor llristow said ho cool I not
find language strong t nougli to denounce
tho manner lu which the tnriir
bill was considered and pasted on in
II LI BOOSTER
Honolulu has a real booster in Julius
Unger, who, up to tho minute, was man
ager of the Gunst interests in Hono
lulu. Hut ho is to lenve Honolulu ami
take up his resilience in Seattle, where
no win manage inu liunst liusiness. -Mr.
Ullircr rettirili'il frntll Ann Prnimiunn
jesterday moro favorably impressed
wiiu inu iicuiiiies ul iiouuiiuu luau
''Tb Ifve hern is to get so accustomed
lb Honolulu Henutifiil that you do not
rmll2o how much nrettier it tv ttinn
any other place. When I arrived this
iiiuiiiiii', i ieu niuru ui nuine, more iikc
myself than when I went nvvuy and I
relllt.eil limv illntrrnnnliln It lu in til.iu.
ter billboards over tho city. Wo are
using a limited amount ot space,
through the factory's order, not on any
order of f. A. Gunst Jl Coinpuny, but it
was one of the mnttors I took up with
M. II. Hsbcr.;, vite president and general
mnnnger of tho M. A. Gunst Company.
f ! ITti'mv linii iirnt'nii liirttttnl P n nnn,l
' 4'f1 llllfi 'Slt Sf u u uui
bontcr for Honolulu Henutifiil, so good
tnut Ms, absence will be regretted. It
is said that tho change is intended for
Ms lii'iieflt In ninrv unv ntnl tu
ered a iromotlon.
E FR01 A BUil'JC
TRIP TO WU Ml
Joseph P. Sledciros, manager of tlio
Ideal Clothing Company, returned
after nn absence of two months,
nearly nil of which time was spent in
Mew York selecting a Ftoek ot gooia
which includes tho latest stjles of
clothing, shirts and habcrdasucrv.
Mr. Medn ros speaks highly of bis reception
by tho New York inerehauts
nud their willingness to show him the
very latest in the lines ho carries.
Ho h.'ivs that the stock of goods he
purchased compares favorably with
that carried in the largest stores here
as to quality and assortment. They
will be put into tho cabinets shortly
lor inspection, duo announcement ot
which will bo made.
L, S. Conness Busy at Washington
In Having Postal Savings
Banks Started Here.
By mest O. Walker.
(Mall Special to The Advertiser.)
WASHINGTON, -August 7. The director
of the postal savings bunks, Carter
H. Krone, is looking up tho conditions
wit!, reference to establishment
of roiiiu otlices in Hawaii. This is be.
lug done nt the request of L. H.
ns representative here of the merennts'
association. The proposal is to havo
postal banks .u the fullovving Hawaiian
Honolulu, Wnlpuhn, Wuliilun. Llhue,
I.ahalna, Wnllukii, Kahiilul, lllo. Ko.
hula and Pain.
"The of the navy department
to have Albert Noble, the famous engineer,
Inspect the Pearl llurbor site
with reference to the drydock, ns already
cabled to Hawaii, bocpeahii the
dcteriillnutioii of navv official tn urn.
feed with tlio greatest safeguards, Mr.
Noble's report is expected ns soon as he
can got to lluwall and look ut the He,
whereupon the department will
iirtuerti ut olice with thu
of tint project.
British yico Consul at Foti in
'? Ing Experience.
ArmeiJ brlpnnds who made mi attack
on ilie houso of John Pavout. the
yire, consul at I'Qtl, In Trans
.met with more thnn their mntch
lu Mr. Pavotii nnd his brother. A
tlir lling nctount of the desperate at-lack
and its repulsion by the two brothers
js rehtcd lu a Keillor messipo from
SI. helcrVburg. It shows that tho two
brotjiers fought desperately again'tjfjiej
almost overwhelming tiaml or lirigands
nnd succeeded in driving them off. Several
of them were wounded, and tho
lender tlld of bis wounds.
"At half-past nine In the evening,"
John Pnviinl said, "I wns sitting in
the dining room with my oldest brother
Henry, taking ten, when suddenly I
heard the key In the lock of tho nut
aide door 1 oiitg turned. This wns fnl
lowed by the slight creaking nf the
door es it wes opened. I got up to
find nut what wns 'happening.
"However, my little daughter Helen,
who had been pouring tea 'for us, was
before me. flm ran to tlui door and
opened it, lirit with great presencq of
mind flammed it lininedinlelv, and,
shouting "Hrieniidsl' crouched dowu in
a corner of 'tliri .dlnjng room,
J ".First "shots.
"My bmtlicrfw'ns. armed with a revolver
miM I'liatl 'ajWelilay automatic
pistol. Henry rushed-towards the door,
but lieforij Jffe liad (t6uehed the handle
thn door ripened from iho outside and
tlio brigands were facing us. Without
I esitntiou my brother fired point-blank
at tlio first one, giving him two bullets
in tho chest. As tho wounded man stag
gored back, a second brigand took his
plnco nud pointed his rillo nt me. 1
got in1 my (.hot first, nnd with etrect,
for ho turned on his heels and made
"At thn snmo moment tliTCe more of
tho brigands dashed into tho dining
room. In the mcaiittmo their ncconi
plicos were firing nt Us from tho veranda,
and our escape from death can
only bo described as miraculous. I hit
the leader nf tho band, nud h fell nn
his bnck. Hut ho wns up again in an
instant and hurled himself towards mo.
I fired a second time, and once more
he dropped tn tho floor.
"I thought ho was dead, and turned
to help my brother, who was holding
his own against the others. 1 had only
time to get one. shot in, when I rn
ccived n stunning lilow on tho bend
from behlud"and fell like a stone, losing
consciouHncss for a few seconds.
"On opening my eves I saw the
brigand chief Mikabondzo over me with
his Title clubbed. My pistol was stil'
in my hand, nnd T gavo him ono full
in tho chest, ille nearly fell, but man
aged to totter towards tho doorwav.
I reeled up and caught him by the
coat ntiil snot him for tho third time
Then ho vanished, and with his disap
poiir.ineo tlio rest of tlio brigands
eeortietl to lojo courage.
"My brother and I fired incessantly
at them, and I fiuully drovo them avvu)
from the house, after pursuing them to
tho top of tho back door steps. The
brig.inds wcro all armed with rifles, to
volvers nnd long knives. As far as I
could judgo they numbered nbotit ten
or twelve men, and tho fight in the
dining room lasted between five and
ten minutes, during which time some
forty shots were exchanged.
"The polico found Mikaberidzc's
dead bodv in a neighboring street. He
had received four wounds. Ho wns one
nf the most notorious brigands in
Gourla, and since his escape from Si
1 erii twtlvo years ago had terrorized
tho district. One of my native serv
tut girls let tho gang Into tho houso.
She has made a confession and is now
.lust at tho close of n year's visit in
Honolulu with her mother and relntives,
Mrs. lonsttiuco Mist Meyer, for the
past fourteen veurs a resident of Ger
tunny, bus been honored lu tho nniuing
of u new hibiscus lluwer called the
"Cottu Meyer." Tlio plant is tho result
of many months' work by Gerrit
Wilder, vvhoo array of raro hibiscus
plants now forms ono of the most at
tractive features of an mutual show-held
nt tho promotion rooms in Hono
Tho new- hibiscus is of n, pale canary
yellow- with n 'lustrous shade or gobl
prevailing. Only that it is" of n golden
hue does it differ trom the beautiful
pink "Lillian Wilder" hibiscus.
Mrs, Mever, who, has, been the guest
of Iter motherMrs. .lane Mist, nt her
Manun lload homo, will lenve for
Huropo next week. ,
Annual Jlcctlng Hnl Kuat Alna
, of Wainiha.
The Annual Meeting nf te nlmvo hui
will le held nU the headquarters at
Wniniha on Thursday. September fi,
1013, at 10 a. in. AH Inter
eted tire requested to be presdit, to
hear reports of otlicers,
.IAS. K. AI'OU),
President, Kapan, Kaunl,
0077 Aug 12 HI SO Sept 2
KKIiP IT HANDY.
Immediate relief is nceeswirv in
nf diarrhoea, Chnmberlain's
Cnlle, Cholern nud Dlnrthoim Hcinsdy
rhosll tilvvnys bo mi hstttl. For stile by
DontuiR, Smith (i" Co,, Ltd., ngenti fur
Friday, August 1.", 1A13.
Newcastle Sailed, August 11, bktn.
Mitktiweli, for liduolnlii.
i '''HtrrV!" August 14, S.
iHlrflllii til!(Jl,(pAuBUstt -I .
can i raiicisco iVriived, August in,
I ti, in., K. S. Ventura, hence Aug. St.
Sail 1 Ang'ust Hi,
1 n. in., S. H. Siberia, hence Aug. It.
' Snturday, Ailglist 10, 11113.
Sallna ('rut ArriW, 1-1, S.
K Columbian, from -Hilo, July 31.
Salina M, "S. S.
Mltsourian for, an DlejJo.
San I'raneisio Sailelf August 10, 1
p. in. S, H. Shinvo Mnril. for Hunnlitliii
Port Townsend ArrivoM, August Hi,
schr. Alice Cooke, heneo July SS.
Port Townsend Arrived, August 10,
.i. ;i, jtriic.it, hence .tuty 21.
Mahiikoitn Arrived, August in, schr,
Annie Johnson, from. fan Francisco.
" PORT OF HONOLULU."""
Fridav, August 15,1!)13.
Str. Noeau, from Kau.il ports, "130
Str. IJaeuvftoin Oalun ports, ItSO p
Str. Mokolii. from Oahu ports, fi ji. in,
btr. Jlauua Ken, from lillo and way
Sunday, August 17, 1DI3.
Str. Claujine, from Maui ports, 1
Str. Kinau, from Kintal ports, a. m.
Str. Miknbala, from Maui and Molo
hat ports, a. m.
Htr. Likelike, from Ahukini nud
Anahola, n, in,
Str. Claudine, for and
Gas schr. for Oahu ports,
12:15 n. in.
Ous schr. Ida May; for' Oahu ports, 7
ii. in. o;
Str. Xoeau, for Kjiii'itj,, ports, ;30 p,
Str. Maunn Ken, for Hilo direct, 3
Schr. Lukn, for Pearl Harbor, 10 n,
Schr. liesoluto for Sound, 12 noon.
Str. Kaenn, for Oahu1 ports, a. m.
Str. Mokolii, for Oahu ports.
Per str. Maunn Kea. from Hilo. Au
gust 10. A. P. Taylor, It. Hyne, Chock
llo.v, E. Farmer, O. W. Durkee, Jr., Mrs"
A. II. Clancy, Miss 1'. Hnbighorst, Miss
... I- l.:.... 11 I... I 1 .. :?- i T-...I
tannin, ii, .iiiu.i uiu viie, .iv, tiiiiu
sty, J. H. Thomas, Misnjs Thomas (2),
Miss 11. Stephen, jf, Kuritaui, Mnster
E, Kitrltniii, Hnv. SOhtsukl, S.
Miss II. Honda, Miss Fugimoto,
Mits Miiule. Miss Kasamn, Master Y.
Tanimoto, W. E. Uergschicker, F.
Strnnge, Dr. II. P. Nottngo nnd wife,
A. Hnnneberg, L. Aaron, 1!. S. Illakc,
Mrs. II. It. Hrovvu and dnughter, A. G.
oerrao, .ir., -Mrs. ivoKo, .Vlrs. Kaeo, JMns
ter II. Hetty, Miss E. Hettv. S. Tomi
Itnvvu, C. E. King, Mrs. 11. D. Hond,
.vtrs. .1. v. u linen anil child, Jlrs. S.
Vnmnnaga and threo children, C. It.
(Inge, -Miss K. Stewart, Mrs. F. Kala-ma
nnd child, M. IVrerin, wife and
child, Miss J!. Pereria, T. Haradn,
Miss Ilright, Mits M. Masuda, II. G.
Smart and wife, M. 11, Ilarrio, J. II.
Wise and son, II. W. Hice and wife, J.
E. Garcia, Miss Tsuiiitiyo, Miss O. Kiyn,
Miss Miyo, Mitter Minoni, Unemoto, It.
Tsnnodn, Mrs. A. II. Smith. Mrs
N. D. L. Eraser. Miss Horner. Mrs. A.
It. Askew, S. Tomita, S. Kuzinnutn,
Master 11. Wilkins, W. White, J. E.
'haw, wife and daughter, 11. Waldron,
Per str. Mikahala, from Maui and
MoloUai ports, August 17. 1. Nott,
Miss .Musiran, Mrs. 0. Mejer, Miss p.
Meyer, Willie Myer, Eva Luther, Wm.
Knni, S. Kalama, W. Ileiinlng, C. Luke,
J I). McViegh. -
Per str. Kinau, from Kuu.it nnd way
ports, August 17. L. It. Korr. II. How-
man, J. W, Green, Kiaaiua, Mr. Hum
bolt, Rev. H. Ilimeji, Kev. Kaullli,
,iniige ivuii.iiiu. Jtiss liotf. .Miss A. Kill-
ana, Miss Knmano, tr. Hnmauo, Mrs.
Hniiia i, C. P. Lund, II. F. Hillcr, Mrs.
Scharaeh. Victor I.ovel, 1). Lewis,
Charles Kckoo, Mrs. II. Ii. Pchellluj,
-Mrs. Geo. Caliill, .Mrs. M, l'erreiru,
Hans Spillucr, V. Sliillner, Mnster
Ternoka, Min S. Nakazuki, Miss 0.
K'ctahara, .Mrs. (). Schilling, O. Schll).
ing, Master Sclillliug, Miss D. Schilling,
Louis McUoley, Louis'
Do foito, Mrs. S. .1 Simpson, Miss M.
.vlyrick, K. J. Nell, .7. Hipburn, .Mrs,
Musser, Mr. Deyo, 0. Hlackstad, Mrs.
F. 11. Wilson. 11 Vincent. W. II. Oiotc.
II. Morse, II. W. Chamberlain, D. K.
I tnj selden, .Miss .Mnrick, G. A. Jordan,
Mrs. G. A. Jordan, Allen Elston, K.
Elston, hhiztlko Osao, Mr. lVe, Dr. .1.
G. Wlsliartl, T. Itrynnt, T. Sumedit,
Miss M. Ku, Miss L. Kit, Miss
J no. Oharmen, 'Dr. J. M. Whit
uey, Mrs. J. M. tiney, Mrs. W.
Miimick, S. Mornick, Dixon Nutt, E. 11.
Ilrldgvvater, If. A. Ymipg, J, Fassott, (I.
Nr Wilt-up, K. .Miss Yvildesbiiut,
1. Ilordero, V. llordero.
Per stiur, Cluudint) for Mnui ports,
Aug IB. L. P. Scott, J. Wittue, 0.
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Climer, A. J. C. G. llockiis,
Miss N. Nend, Miss H, Wood, SUter
llelene, J, 1). MeVefth, A. N. Hrovvu,
Miss (I. OlluicirH, mFss II. Haves, F.
Hrovvu, M. II, llentliiiw, K, n, Steere,
I). W. Anderson, Lieut. Peidiiii, Lieut,
llntiirliiM, 0, Copp, Wm, Llmnii, Mr.
nn.l .Mrs, JI. SI. Meilolrus, M)m JI,
Dow, Mrs. It. 0. Searle, Mr. ami Mrs,
J. IIhIiioIo, Miss 11. Chalmers, Miss l'
I llrusiinjr, J. .JV, Green.
Per T. K. K. K. S Hongkong Maiu,
for Honolulu.'-stopover. August 18. 8.
Fbnra, K, Yamnitiotu? Through For
, Yokohama. Miss Nellie Darker, K.
Iseri, T Souoda, Mrs. f. Hooter, Y
. Ynmaguchl, .For Kobci (I. ( Huiison.
For .Njgani!",tUJJTSIsgter, Mrs. A.
J SlagtervArihifrlagter, Nathaniel
Slagter, NeviHeT'SlaKter, For
Mi' Jessie F.Brunscomb, Miss
IKatherlne OlHcholl.'Tx. V. Stockton.
Mrs. G C. S:oektod For llongkong'
S. .Mays. sV
Per 1'. M ' . H, .JCorea, f mm San
Francisco, August 1$. For Honolulu
Mis N. J. Adams.-C. Aerick. L. Able-
feld, Mrs. L. AltlefelQ, Jlrs. II. M. Hchr,
.Mjss T, u. KeicjiOT, S. Ilcrrv,
Mrs. L. C 'Hickfonl. William Burney,
M.rs, Wm. Hurnoy, Master L. It.
Mrs. Chas. S. Hurt, W. M. Cake,
Kenneth Callow, II. M. Coke, Judgo C.
F. demons, Mrs. C. F. Clemons, Miss
Ollvr Crosno, Mlrs Clarn Crotty, Miss
Sarah Dohcrty, Jliss II. Durcmbirger
Miss Sarah E. Drane, Mi's Isabel Ger.
ber, Jlrs. II. Eckhardt, F. M. Good-child,
Jr.. H. P. Hamlin, G. W.
Miss E. A. Heck, J. II. Hollywood,
Franklin Johnson, ilrs. Franklin
lohiisou, Mr. nnd Mrs. Vivien Wood
burn-Heron, Joseph Jones, Miss H
Johnson, G, W, Johnson, II. A. Jonas,
Mrs. 11. A. Jonas and infant, J. A.
Landsborger, Miss It. Landsbcrger, Jlrs
H. Larson, Harry J. Levy, Mrs. II. S
Malone, Miss IMiia Mtilone, Dr. F. C.
11. Muttison, Miss K. Mcltridc, Miss E.
Mcllride. W. C. Mefiride, Mrs. W. C
MeHridn, Miss D. Mellride,' F. II. M
Namara, Charles McKane, Juhn M
Peak, Mrs. John Mcl'eak, II. C. Meyer.
II. J. Morton, Mrs. II. J. Morton, C.
I). Mueller, Mrs. C. D. Mueller, Dr. 0.
Potter, Miss Estella Province E. P.
u...'t . M... ' II ., ll.l U U T.ii,'.
ii it i., ii, ii-., .'. -J. .ui..,
Mrs. S. S. Peck, Mnster P. Peck, Mas
ter John reek .1. W Planter, .1. it. Ifico
Mrs. J. H. Iticc, Mrs. A. E. Robins
Miss (,, Robins. J. Rosenslein, Miss M,
K. SchacfTer, P. T. Scruggs, It. M,
Scruggs, Mrs. R. A. Scruggs, Win. Sar-ten.
Waiter T. Sullivan, E. Thuiller, J
Unger, 0. W. Whitnkcr, W. L. Whitney,
Mrs. W. J. Whitney, W. W. Wood,
Mrs. W. W. Wood and dnughter, Mrs.
W. II. Worthen, Miss L. Worthen, Miss
Mary Wurthen, J. Warner, F. E. Wood,
.1. L. Young, E. LoClair, Wm. Hunter.
I or Japan, China and Manila: .1. K
Descas, J. D. Hathaway, Mrs. J. D
Hathaway, Miss Anna Ilartshone, Wm.
A. Kissnm, Mrs. Augustine Nonguler,
Miss Ann Newberry, Miss R. C Soong
Miss Sarah II. Taber. Mrs. II. McK
Tvvombly, Miss Ruth A Twombly, Miss
h. II. Fish, Miss A. E. Graham, Rev.
T. 11. Ifarden. Mrs. T. II. Harden, Miss
H. Hardie, Miss E. Hardie, Miss Alive
Jenkins, Rev. E. W. Koons, Mrs. E. W.
Koons, Jliss E. Koons, Miss A. Koons,
Rev. S. A. JlotTetf, Mnster .7. M.
Masfer C. H. Moffett, Rev. A. 'W,
Wtisseii, .Mrs. A. v, .Wassen, Jliss Al,
Wassen. Mnster ll. Wassen, Miss II,
C. Whittemorc, Miss G. A. Funk, Mrs,
K. K. Johnson, R. N. SIcLcan, Mrs. C.
S. Hanks, Miss Flora Hanks, Master
Alfred Hanks. Miss, Fannio Barber,
RcvvFa!h'or'.4..J"jrrp, Dr. 0. 0. Davis,
Mrs. II. L. Fisher, A. 'W."FIuemor. II.
D. Grubs, MrWir.ai. Gibbs nnd infant,
.! 'til1' A. lt.l 1 T TT It ".!!. t.
,,ii, y(iuusi .ices, ji. ciiuus
nr. i'i i) i'ugsiny.virs. i. jm,
Miss Pugsley, Chas. Head, Mrs. I. L.
Stribald,, C.r O. Swnnberg, .Mrs. L. 1'
Ooodalo. Father A! 'flousalis. Miss M.
P. Uall.iMnj. T. L.fnaVtlgan, Mrs. T.
Ii. Hartlgaii, Mrsa?. Heck, Father
.m. .nynei', latner .i. .vinrta, vv. it
laxsom, Father S'. Monte, Father E.
Perez, Jlrs. P. Pickett, Miss May Kicu
aids, C. A. Robertson, Father A. Sail
dies-, Miss, L. L. Soulo, Rev. S. S
Thompson,' Mrs. S. S. Thompson, Mrs
Harbour Walkor, M.rs. J. L. Young, F.
L. Decker, Wm. Donovan, Mrs. If, Don
ovnn, Mrs. Salllo E. Drane, Mrs. D.
Foremanii, Miss Isabel Gctber, Rev. F.
M. Goodschlld, Mrs. F. M. Goodtehlld
E. D. Humphrey, Mrs. E. D. Humphrey
Mrs. Estrella Hunt, Franklin Johnson,
J. C. McCrackon, Mrs. J. C. McCrackon
and infnnt, Miss Mur. McCrackon,
Mis L. McCrncken, Miss Mary
Per O. 8. S. Sierra, from San Fran
cisco, Auguust 18. K. C. Abies, A. An
drew, M. Ilenn, Carl Hergfried, P. II.
Ituggs, Al. Hrovvu, H. Bruhn, Mrs. E. L
Hurt, Miss Lillian Hurt, J. JI. Corrlo
.Mrs. Gladys Deo Clair, G. M. Dewar,
A. S, Drcier, Miss Elsa Easterman, W.
It. Eaton. D. Fnnton, Joo Fanton, Mrs
Fanton, P. Fanton, Mrs. F. A. Goble, J.
II. Graves, Mrs Graves, J, Harris, Jlrs.
Harris, Jliss A. Holt, A. J. Hotchklss
Jlrs. Hotchkiss, Glenn E. Jackson, Mrs
P. W. Jennings, Jliss A. F. Johnson
Duke P. Kuhauamoku, S. Knto, F. J.
Kelly, Jlrs. Kelly, Win. Kinney, Mrs.
W. JI. Lnngton, H. J. Larkey, Mrs. Lar
key, W. F. Leib, .Max Levmkardt, Jlrs.
I.eonunrilt, Jliss Isabel .Lynch, Miss
Josephine Lynch, Kong Ah Lcong, Saug
Ah Lcong, Mrs. II. JlcArthur, Jlrs. Q.
JlcGrath, Dan JIcKinley, Miss McMH
l.ln, J. JInhoney, II. C. JIaurer, Mrs
Jlaurer, Jliss Aetna C. Jlolin, Alisi
Elizabeth Jlorrlson, Alfreil Noble,
Jliss Elizabeth O'Connell, A. E. 0.
Oliver, Jlrs. Oliver. Col. Sam Parker
aud man sorvant, Jlrs. 0. A. Peacock,
Mbs Ellen Pearce, A. C. Raymond, Mrs.
Raj mond, Jlrs. JInry Hoyle ltiley, Jliss
Grace V. Russell, F. II. Smith, II, Drod
io Smith, Jliss JI. Sjost, Mis I. II.
Starkev. II. l Stewart, K. Umeki, T
1'.. Wall, Jlrs. Wall, Miss Wall, 0. Wim
tionny, Jlrs. WJ in penny, Miss JR I',
Winne, Mrs. S. Worley.
Per P. JI. a S. China, from Orient
ports, August IS. For Honolulu; Jliss
K. JL,Hroad. Through for San
IlongCoug, Jlanila, Nnga
nkl nnd Kobe: A. II, Arnsiano, Jtjs',
JInbel Hurt, Miss Helen Chai, A J.
Chnse, Chang '.Ming, Chang Yih Te,
Clwn Fan, then Fu Wei, Clio Wen
Yueh, Chow Shu, Jinx L. Gunner, Jliss
J. Elvv anger. Fang See Voo, Chen Wcu
Chi, Fong Kvvock Chlng, Ho Chlng
Tsaug, Ha Mo, Hon To Pang, Miss
Emily T. Hsu, Hsu Shih Chen, llu 8hlh
Hung, lu Wnu Jen, ('. JI. Jenklus. Prof.
Geo Keiper, Peter ('. Klung, Copt. E.
H. Klrvvan, Geo. Kliqke, Dr. 1). C.
nretrcr, I, c. j.am, Iiau Kvval Chenk,
Ll Pao Lu. Ll Yung Chlng, I.iuo We1
Tzit, l,ti Hki Yung. Jla Knu Chi. M. M.
Jlalvnr, Jllao Yuu Tal, Jus. J). Murray,
W. .Will. oa Hl Fan, Miss .May Rellly
Luther Rentier, .Mrs. Luther Ilenner,
W. M. Russell, David Hamp.viii, Shlh
Hsunn Chung, Hav. K. A. Sibley, I). P
hilllivan, Tssm Hz Hung, Tiur '
Tsung, F. C. ttiisonWsiig Cheng Hsu,
Wang Kung Kuan, Wing N. Mali, l)r
M. C. Wintcrnltz, Mrs. JI. (.'. Winter
nltz, Wu Da Chang, Yang Keh Yung,
Yang Ping llsun, Yeh Yu Liang, Mrs.
Ych Yu Liang, J. J. Youifg, Yu Wen
Tsan, Yu Wen Laun, Zuk Vann Lee
From Yokohama- C F. Ilroad, Jr., Mini
K. .M. Ilroad, II 9. Cnstle, Mrs, II. S.
Cnstlp, Chen Chla Hal, S. II. tochran,
Miss II. Courtlan'der, A. Dunlel, Madann)
llenckler, Jliss f. (.,Hogg, Iee Shang
Fang, Mrs. It. Dr Read nnd Infnnt, Mis
corn itcati, piaster mgraham liea.i, l.
Per str. Claudine, for JIaut ports,
August 18. Jliss E. Chalmers, Jliss
E. Hi HeiiMier, .no. Charmnn, J. W.
Green, Wm. Hnra, Sam Kawaiae, Mrs.
.1. Freltas, Jliss ll. Stcndcr, W. T.
' horjg, K K. Akana David Punanu,
II. A. Decker, L. Tobrlnor, Jlrs. Jen-mugs,
Jliss W. II, Swanzy, F. E. Halley
0. II. Farnswortb, A. K. Jones, Jllke
Uusson, Jlrs. Dusson, J. J. ltroderlck,
Hro. Jliss II. Keatohn, Jliss
Per str, Jliknhala, for Maul, Molokal
and Lanni iorts, August 19. A.
Jlrs. Dndoit, Jlrs. Jno. Ainasiu,
Miss Lr. Aklu, Y. Hing. J
Per Btr. JIuuna Loa, for Kona and
Kan ports, August 22. E. 0. Smith,
Miss 0. Ricard, Miss D. Podmore, Jliss
C. JIulIer, .Miss O. E. James, Jlrs. J. V.
tie la Nux, Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Alfred Patten,
Jnu. Knaha, Sam K. Tooiney, Jliss
Per str. W. G. Hall, for Kauai ports,
August 21. F. T. P. Waterhouso.
Per P. JI. S. S. China, for San
August 10. .1. A. JIagoou, Jr.,
W, L. Reborn and wife, 11. V. von
Holt, Jliss 11. E. Biegert, II. W. Ger-hurt
and wile, J. T. Voohels and wife,
Herbert Juda and 'wife, O. E. Sitlcr,
Mrs. H. L. Clnrkc, V. T. Raymond and
wife, 0. II. Engels, J. II. Parrent and
wife, Mrs. A. Richley, A. Albert, E.
Humboldt, C. E. King, Paul Kosslter.
Per JI. N. S. fi. Honoliilan, fur San
Francisco, August 11). Miss J. Carroll,
Jliss. II, Wittander, Jliss F.lsio
McOregur. Jliss iC. U. Simpson, MrB. J.
L. Simpson, Jliss Carrie Short, R. D.
Johnson, Rev, Win. S. Short, Jliss Edua
Board, Jliss Etliel JlcCablo, Jlrs. J. E.
Roberts aud child, Jlrs. E. M. Wood,
Mrs. 11. Jt. JlcCormick, Dr. J. G.
Wlshard, It. A. Normandin, Yuk En
Isen, A. I. Low, L. Aaron, p, Boyer,
Jlrs. L. E. Arnold, II. W. Robinson, II.
Frledricks, N. E. Gcdge, It. A. Roberts.
Per str. Malum Kea, for Hilo, via
way ports,' August 20. A. II. Hanna,
Jlr. and Jlrs. II. O. Smart, Geo. Akaua,
-Mr. nnd Jlrs. Kaland, Miss Violet
Jliss L- K. Apu, Jliss Christina
Andrado, J. W. Grrfen, Jlr. and Jlrs.
John Wlkander, Jlrs. C. Herman, Jlrs.
I). B. Boud, Jlrs., J. F. O'Brien nnd infant,
Jlrs. Roy Si Brown, R. A. Young,
.Mrs. W. 1. JIcDougnll, Jtrs. S. Tu-moth).
Jlrs. J. Knpohakimobcwa, Miss
JI. llalokulani, Jtiss Mnggio Skim,
Jlrs, T.- Hussey, Mr. nnd Jlrs. J. A.
Banner, J. JI. Watt, Miss E. L. Gibb,
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver J, Loau, O. A.
Foss.Jas, iGibb, .Sam, Tilton, Lapana
Str. Kinau, for Kauai, ports, August
19. Jlrs. E. Rcnjes, Jlrs. Chang Onii,
-I. Jlacaulv, J. J. Pavao, Mrs. Roso
Hopkins, John Fnssoth, W, II. Grote,
Geo. Akann, D. B. JIurdock, II. M. Harrison,
D, 0. May, wife nnd child, Jlrs.
R. Newman, Sid Spitzer, Jlr. Ozaki,
.Mrs. Sing Loy, Paul Schmidt, Wm.
Gehring, Jlrs. E. A. Von Arnswaldt,
Miss JI. A. Grote, Jlrs. JI. J. Frlck,
Mrs. Fred W. Wood.
Logan, from Hon. for Manila, July 14.
Buford, at San Francisco.
Dix, ur. Jlanila, from Hon., Aug. 2.
Sherman, from Hon. for Manila, August
Thomas, from Nagasaki for Hon., August
Iheridan, ar. R Y. from Hon., April 11.
For Mi N. S. S. Lurline, from San
Francisco, August 20. Mrs. D. E.
Mooney and threo children, JI. T.
Slmonton, Jlrs. F. W. Carter, Mrs. B.
II. Hill, Mrs. R. A. Bclser and two
children, Jliss Lucia L. Smith, Jlrs. W.
Smith, Mrs. II. A. Taylor and child,
Jliss Sybil Robinson, J. L. Landsberger,
W EH HI
X Bad Back Is Always Worse In the
Morning Honolulu People Are
A back that aches all day and causes
liscomfort at night is usually worse In
the morning. Makes you feel a if vou
hadn't slept at all.
Lan't cure a bad back until you cure
the kidneys. Doin's Backache Kidney
Pills relieve Blck kidneys make yoJ
feel better, "work bettor, rest better
ina steep ueuer.
The following statement proves the
merit or Doan's. - u
E. A. Btevens, 611 Twenty-Third
Ave., Oakland, Cal., says: "Iir thirty
years I was afflicted with kidney com
plaint. It came on suddenly, a sharp
twinge in my back threw me from my
shair to the Soor. I constantly grew
orso and I was snre to suffer if I attempted
to lift anything heavy. The '
kidney secretions passed too frequently
both day and night 1 felt weak and
tired, could not rest welt and had a
poor appetite. My flesh became flabby
and doctors did not help me. Seeing
Doan's Backache Kidney Pills advertised,
I decided to try them. In three
days after I began their use. I passed
a gravel stone and as I continued taking
this remedy, I steadily Improved.
I am today free from kidney complaint."
Dosn'a Backache Kidney Fills are
told by all druggists and storekeepers
it 60 eests per bjz, (six boxes $2.60),
or will be mailed on receipt of price
by the Holllster Drug Co, Ilonolalj,
wholesale agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
Remember the name, Doan's, and
take no substitute.