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MARU OMITTED CALL AT I
PLAGUE INFESTED FORMOSAN PORT
Plague of virulent 'type,-"raged at Portland to San Diego, via San Fran
peveral iKDrta on the island of For- Cisco. He succeeds Captain Fisher,
IiiOiia and in consecruenre of the alarm. resigned to taKe up ms recent
Captain Nelson, it
. i ..ii.. i
W ..,.5,..r appointment aa inspector oi uuus anu
.vi.. - - .u . boilers at- Seattle.
di c-r5l i. tho mtlirr tit -i numhor nf
n was manifest- j, ,.: i... I
, : n'a Stunts, Hllllli .nil it: aiuaiii.-u iuu-
e Japanese liner ..... ,1..-,.t1n0h.!
. . ... , IU-iaUie illltruilUU, um.wcic uwimu-
the orient, thls, un1,r a I1(,ni de plume. - j
quarantine authorities at the port xif
Honolulu much confer
ed in the arrival of tli
Shinyo Maru from
rf I.. l...t -.. . . f . 1 ' r
. , , f , ,W,"K "1P' in Kreut rjuan- sjberja Can Accommodate Many.
uuf i rom Formosa at tins season oi i ; The Pacific Mail liner Siberia from
uie year. - , China and Japan ports, due to arrive
loJue reu-1 01 lue Ria" . at Honolulu on Monday morning can
imwai omcers, wno Loaroeu tue accomin0(Ja(e one hundred and twenty
fehinyo at the quarantine Anchorage, fjve-additional cabin passengers from
ai an .-any nour mis morning it as thh port, according to a cable reeeiv-
learned that the Formosau -tea port at tne agency of H. Hackfeld aud
at KVelung had been omitted on the (mnpany
voyage of the big Japanese liner, and The Siberia Balled from Yokohama,
instead the Shinyo .Varu had substi- Japan wlth folir hundred tons oriental
tuieu uu iniazu. japan insieau. . (:arKO for discharge at Honolulu. It is
According to iniormatjon recdveu the resent intention of the agents to
herewith the arrival of the liner ever dispatch the liner for San Francisco
two nunurea cases oi piague were re- at five 0-ciock in tDe evening,
ported in one small district on For mo- , ' p
8a. the officers sttted this morning that K,uai Sugap ReporV i
out of this number one hundred and .-, A(.(onli -.to pofflcTa in the Inter-
sixty projd latal The .8nfantJf Island .earner Kinau, the following
freely made that the edipemic is not .. - ,
yet under complete control Uy the Jap- ' rap,"n-
anese health authorities. 1 V ' Jf:55 "i,ks 'J '
, The export of tea is a big Item In JV. " 14--J J-i IcB-
the commerce of Formosa with the 154 R --00 ; L. P., 1 6,.06 ; Ki
coast of Asia as well as the United " nacks; ; Makee Sug. Co.;
States and.FurojAv That infection f9-000 ck.
should make its appearance just at I V
this time, is looked upon in the light Honey From Garden Island.
of a distinct calamitj'. 1 i.Shipnu iits f honey from the Garden
One of the largest list of Asiatic Island arrived at the iKrt in the- steam
passengers carried, by the Shinyo r Kinau. The -'Vessel met with fa
since going into the Trans pacific her- vorable winds and seas In returning to
Vice was found 'on board that liner Honolulu. The freight included 2
when boarded by Immigration, officials horse.v 4 mules, 20 empty oil drums,
at this port. On the 208 Filipinos for 42 barrels honey, 97 packages sundries.
' Hawaii. ICS are men, 19 women and sacks rice, jooo sacks K. S. sugar.
21 children. In addition to Filipinos, ; . Q .
13C Japanese. 14 Chinese, and 43 Rus- Mikahaa Brings Varied Cargo.'
sian steerage .passengers arrived . for The AUkahara, better kno;,n as the
n Vthe cabin, 11 travelers left the ? -frS
vessel at Honolulu. Twelve second J al and Jf ports with freight,
cuass passengers also are enrolled for , deluding the following: 1 au omoblle
Hawaii 1 norse 86 Pi?s. -12 crates chickens, 6
The through list Includes.-78 cabin. 1 ates eggs, 22; empty gas drums 31
89 second class and 1,'4 steerage poss- bales hides, 168 packages sundries. The
engers. - . ' Kchooher Arlef Is reported at Kahulul
The presence of the Great Ray- discharging lumber,
rightly entitled to the title of Impre.v .
added much to the gaiety and pleasure. Polo Ponies Arrive in Likelike.
of the travelers. A series of entertain-, Twenty polo ponies from Maul ,ar
ments were presented under the aus- rived at the port in the steamer Llke
pices of Captain H. Stanley Smith nke. This vessel took on some cargo
and Purser F. B. Cavarly. "Frank" Is at Kahulul, and met with fine weather
rightly ntitled to the title of impres- 0n-the homeward trip. The United
Bario of the T. K. K. line and there states naval tug Navajo was reported
is never a voyage of the Shinyo that to have sailed from the -Valley Island
something fine along the entertain- port at mtdnlght Saturday. v -
ment line ifi in store ior me ioruinaie
Temperaturer-6 a. m , 7S; 8 a. m.,
78; P a. nx, 80; 12 noon, 81; mini
mum last night. 72. :
Wind 6 a. m velocity 2, direction
Northwest; S a. m., velocity 7, direc
tion Northeast; lu a. m., velocity 8,.
direction Northeast ; .1 2 noon, velocity The steamer Jlauna Kea from Hilo
1U, direction Northeast. Movement1 direct. Is due to arrive at the port
past 24 hours, 104 miles. ; at an, early hour tomorrow morning.
Parometer at 8 a. m . 30.04. Rela- From Kona and Kau ports the In
tive humidity 8 a. ml. 9. Absolute hu- j terisland steamer Kiiauea is due to
AT THE PORT
rnidity 8 a. m., C.0C3.
a. m., C3. .
Rainfall None. .
Dew; point at, 8
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchants'
. k Iondavt July 15. -
SAETTLE ; Sailed. July 13, S. S."Hi-
lonian for Honolulu.
KAHMLUI Arrived, July 10. scbr.
Ariel, from Mukilteo.
Sailed. July 11 . ; S. : S. Santa Rita
for Port San Luis,
SAX FRANCISCO Arrived, July 13,
9 a. in., S. S. Korea hence July 9.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, July 13. S. S.
SiU'ria; for Honolulu.
arrive at this port at an early hour
, One thousand tons oriental freight
is going cut of the Japanese liner
Shinyo Mam and awaiting consignees
at A la kea wharf.
Taking combustibles and explosives,
the lnteris!and steamer Noeau will, be
'.dispatched for- usual windward Kauai
ports at five o'clock this, evening.
Tuesday will be a busy one in Inter
Island circles, with the projected de
parture of three vessels for regular
ports of call, taking passengers and
general cargo. ' ' ; ;-:"-;';-: '
The American Hawaiian freighter
Alaskan is reported to have sailed
from Seattle for Honolulu on last
Friday. Thi3 vessel is bringing in
) the neighboorhood of three thousand
tons merchandise for the islands.
' s : '..
S. S. M ARAM A Will arrive from
Suva tomorrow" (Tuesday) at 4 p.m. j
and will sail for Victoria af 10 p.m.
S. S. Shinyo Maru' for San Francisco
sail Tuesday at 9 a. m . , . -
It's toufh luck when, a sailor goes
on a vacation and gets seasick,' but
Per T. K. K. S. S. Shinyo Maru. from tars who make up the navy tug
uongKong via Japan ports-t- or liono-; Navajes crew who went for a "joy
lulu;- Miss -B.;. Dan by. Miss M. Dean, rlde to Hilo to have a look at Kiiauea.
SUouH Boy J1" il,Sr,Sun They saw the Volcano, and came to
O. ShimaVlrs. .0. Shima, M. Raymond,; the conclusion that the. Island pt Ha
T. Tanakf, K. Umemura. Miss: Sun wali was a good steamef.with n) bbii,
7Uf a o W Sa.? F ?,IiSSVM' er trouble, but there were moments
jorie. Baino Mws It V Beatty, A. M. : wnen they ' wished to be alone, both
Baldwin- Mrs. A M Baldwin, Major o( -and coming.
urn u. uowers, r. i. om. ju. i Thp vavair i listed as a sea-eoincr
Ti l , r in-i ii- -n r :
t 1 , rt nisau; tug, but that doesn't mean that she
3. C. Davison, Mrs J. C. .Davison,'-- J. nas al, lhe comforts of an ocean Uner.
H. Evans. Geo. Fisher, J. P. Getty, w nn !ava oHn th mn hA
China's republican form of govern
ment has come to sta'v, and the change
in the people b deep-rooted and per
manent. ; ;
: Such are the conclusions reached by
a keen observer and one with varied
experience in the Orient, J. Clayton
Nichols, manager of the Negros-Phi-lippine
Lumber company, who is a
passenger on the Shinyo Maru. Mr.
Nichols Is on his way to the States
for a vacation trip, anu will return
in four or five months to a business
ths.t is developing so rapidly he can
not Till all the demand for lumber.
"Ten or twelve years ago I was in
China, and last March I was in Can
ton," said Mr. Nichols this morning,
comparing the Chinese of today with
those of a decade a so. 'The change
is remarkable. ' In outward aspects it
manifests itself in the desire to rood-
j ernize habits of living. In all the time
I was in Canton I saw only two Chi
nese wearing queues. One of them
was a boy in a field. The other was a
bent old man. - -. , .
"I was in Canton when the soldiers
were on guard on every corner, and I
hearc." tht several hundred people had
been killed In a fight one day. but we
didn't see anything of the fighting. .
"Dr. Sun Yat Sen is personally popu
lar and he represents a cause that has
come to stay. There will be no snc
cetsful' attempt to restore the mon
archy," ';::':: '"' '.' ;''. : ' ;' ,
Mr. NichoV? operates principally in
the southern islands of the Philip-
Dines. Lumber Is in such demtnd that
he' doesn't have to ship it , to deal
ers, they are willing to come to his
wharf and get IU Tfle Jumber Is used
for building and for furniture. " Mr.
riehovs 1 a' firm believer In the com
mercial future of the jsland. While
in Honolulu he visited an old acquaint
ance in the person of C. G. Bockus.
They were together in far Canadian
Northwest in the time of the Klondike
boom..':'. .... .
Darter M His Fas3
Markina Silva's conscience didn't Japa Waa vlohitlns the Sunl.v
hurt him a bit when he went into Kai- C,A,S,,I-Tdirunee.
raM:!a-5 UirWr shop on Lu-o Mrevt to ! 1ixr lw-for, Ju,,f
l l,ina .v.i . n ml niter III
im sh, last und,y morning but j c,: ' ss tuia' how Knru.hU
'its, i ace. iu- arier Karania liau cvm-
plvtetl the opt ration.
To both ease his conscience and re-
had txv.pj.ievted to put any pwdrr
en hl'st, aftfr nhavinjc. the; face of
the Ju.lgrcvt stern anil he rined the
jyeime hSmstlf for his : aching face, he ofTfUdirirtr 10 and cost si for vh
a 1 l 11.1 rn tt T.- Anitstitn
One thousand tons freight are being rj?"r 7 ' 8 - J I Vu WH"'
left at Honolulu Including fifty tons of .8 ?VZZ
baggage and effects Incidental to the the "learner Jwalanl. .there
arrival or the Raymond company. The are 10.000 Hacks; of sugar at Honoipu
through cargo amounts to 4418 tons awaiting shipment. The IwalanI re
of which 1524 bales silk Is an rm- turned from Mahukona, bringing 465(j
portant Item.. packs sugar, 92 bales wool and a quan-
The Shinvo Maru sailed from Hong- tity of sundries. The steamer encoun
kong on June 2Gth and ciilleo: at Shang- tercd fair weather on the homeward
hal. Nagasaki, Kobe.e Shimldzu. and ' trip. v -
Yokohama leaving the latter port fori f3
Honolulu on July 6th. . I Hall Made Special Trip,
Purser Cavarly reports fine weather, The steamer W. G. Hall, from
in crossing the Pacific. There was a Kual ports has arrived with five thou
well founded rumor on board this sand sacks sugar. The vessel , made
morning fliat the genial Cavarly stood a special trip in ordler to relieve the
a fine chance to succeed to the office . congestion of sugar at Garden island
of General Passenger Agent of the ports. The Hall-is to return to Kauai
T. K. K. at San Francisco ma(Je va- this evening taking passengers and
cant through the death of Alfred G. maii only. T
Rennie. . " m
. , . The Shinyo Mam for' San Francisco
Russians Will Have to Hustle for will be dispatched at nine o'clock to
Work, . , , morrow morning. This vessel will
Forty-five Russians who arrived" as' take a large accumulation of mail
Fteerage passengers in the Japanese destined ; for the mainland. ' -liner
Shinyo Maru this morning will wmmmmmmmmmmm
not find themselves being received'-
with open arms by the Hawaiian su
gar planters, according to the predic
tion made this morning.
The Russian; were bundled into the
scow Pic neer and taken to the 1 mini-4
gration Station, where they must , go -civil . engineer...: 10 years' experience,
through a careful 'and close inquisi-y pIantation preferred. -W. II. S.".
tion as to their-intentions and ante- Jon Star-Kulletin. 5288-lm
The Russians that reached Ilonolu-.,
lu this morning are considered -as
Heights To, rent, for three
months, nicely-furnished bungalow;
two bedrooms. Apply M. C. Web
ster. AUwa Heights. 52SS-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Room andlKard in private family for
lady and gentleman. Apply 1942
King t. 52S8-tf
about the average class of immigrant i lewa
sent out from Siberia by the jmmigra-i
tion companies operating there. They j
1 appeared dirty and not overly prepos
Over two hundred little brown
brothers, recruited from the sunkissed
Philij)pines, also arrived by the Jap-)
anese vcsm 1.
Fortj-seien Years itli Pacltic Mall.
Few local shipping men realized
.that with the passing of the Pacific, PROFESSIONAL CARD.
it i ; i. t.s a ' ',
eii route to San Francisco a few days
ago. that Paul Rossiter, chief engineer
in the vessel, had been identified with
the Mail company for a period of forty-seven
years. For forty-live years
he has served in the capacity or chief;"- " . . . . , :
engineer. He was fort v years ago a' It r,,,a Confectionery. llS.I Alakea St.;
shipmate with Dr. McAllister on thef I'hope ,s;a3. (l.rnmn coftVe cake.
Alaska. He was the youngest chief ' baumkuehen, honigkuchen. marzipan,
engineer in the company s employ at u'iioi',us .'J creams and sherbets,
any time JUtd is now the oldest in the weeding cnike, fancy pastry, ; fruit
company's service. - V . j Cakes, plum pudding,- small pastry.
The Korea was commanded by Cap- r2SS-lm . i
tain E..M. Nelson and this is fi-ct-
trip ip the Korea. He has also seen ; PIANO MOVING. ; !
long service in the P. M. company
: DR. A. J. DERBY, Dentist
Boston Bldg.Hours, 9 until 4.
Mrs. , M -B. Gorhara, Miss Harriet Ger- a d tim6 and much appreciated the
ber. -Mtes Tan Ah Gue Mrs M. D. 0pportunity which Adraira Cowies ,
HeckelmEn ana infant, E. .H. Heckel-, . therh of seei ng the winders of
man, Miss Grace Heckelman, Miss jjawajj . ;
Miriam Heckelman, Master P&ul Hec-j - ' ';.'. ":'';.;.:
kejman. H. Heintze, R. W. Hills, W. - r w.0 fn uvet tnoia P
Hay Mrs W. ; HH;J 'officers of the navy anTl marine corps
er. H. Henderson, Mrs. E. J. Hill. Miss Qa QrrlQ,, nn tn ,Q 0tmet
W. Iwamoto. Miss Irene Jones. Y. Ka-, 0 thr one prvku in
wtrL j " CfhoS R H Wer ead ng; the 10-mile monthly
Mrs R H Parker T W S Thnilns' hike to tw-th,rd8 of that distance. In
J "' r ?j Hiilioa F Sth' the tropics, the -order deads ' that
J!rsv S whwo ' r;Q n "within the tropics, qrt at any . place
White and infant, Mrs. M. J. Weaver, . Fahrenheit or hieher at the
strous. Miss Elmina E. Ranckj H. W. : 1! .. ,1,?s0 .s,ati,1 for nodlna!
Koumson. Mrs.. H. w. Koinson, ur. v.. tit sa. ,,..
E. Sattler. Mrs. E. E. Sattler, W. A.
Scripps Mrs, W. A. Scripps, Mrs. Tan
Li Shee, S. Shinjo, C. Spinnler, Mrs.
C. SpinnlegJas. Hi Stlraiwon, O. A,
Steven. F t de St Phalle. T. TJyeno.
Mrs. T. Uyeno, R. M. Ward. Mrs. R.jt0n naT yard,
M. Ward, Miss Cora Ward.H. Yama
wakl, T. Yasui, R. R. Young .Mrs. R.
R. Young, A. L. Wilson, Mrs. A. L.
attached to the Honolulu naval station
and recently ordered ' home' to await
orders, has -been ordered to duty on
the batleshitp Oregon, now at Bremer-
Y. 3H. 'C A. tills .evening, : lie int3"q
to instruct themembers of his class in
Wilson. ' . j public speaking as applied to sales-
. Per strar. Mikahala, from Maui and . mansfrip, oratory and ordinary convor
Molokai ports. July 14. Dr. B. D. &ation. ; ? ' '
Baldwin. A. Borba, T. A. O'Brien,! . w. L. JOHNSON' arid Lloyd RKil -Thos.
Smith, W. A. Mackay, Mrs. amf the boys' physical directors, "are
Mary Nobriga, Miss G. Fernandez, expected to arrive some time in . Au
Miss M. Fernandez. Miss R. Lumlum, KUSt to take u thelr rk at the y M
G. P. Lyons, Miss K. Wong Kong, M. A
Fautino,tMr. and Mrs.VC. Charles, c. "k. MICHENER, former spor?In.qr
liss Hattie Man, Mrs. J. W. K, '1 tditor of t lie Advertiser, is located in
AilSS A. nose, xv. iu. uiuutr, o. r . rvtai,
(Continued from Fcge 1)
Hard on U. S. Nas. t :
"Rot," said a high ranking officer
when asked his opinion of the riding
.stunt It's meant to encourage officers
In buying high class mounts for- them
selves,' arid a good horse can do jt
all , right,; but it's -going to ruin some
of" the' government nags. The officers
may have to train off a few pounds,
but I guess they'll get through all
right." ,. ;."'; :., .; ! ' -;, .i: .
The elate iorf the Cavalry and Field
Artillery steeplechase,"? ,at Schofield
hasn't been set as yet, nor has the
course been laid. out. Some of tho
j-oun?sters are chuckling over the
chance to put their blooded stock over
the sticks, but somefof the o'der men,
with large families . and large opus
hMtily change the. subject whenever
anyone says Cossack or steeplechase.
Here's the order that has causeu
all the pilikla: .
"Commanders of Cavalry and Field
Artillery detachments or regiments
at all : ports and stations where .such
mounted troops are serving will an
nually (this calendar year included)
conduct the officers of their com
mands over a course three , miles
lengthy and over rolling country when
practicable, with an average of three
obstacles to the mile uniformly distri
buted throughout the course within a
period of 11 minutes. The iix over
ground" obstacles will consist of logs,
brush and stone walls not less than
three feet high of such stiffness that
they will break when .struck by the.
"The three ditches will be six feet
wide and two and one-half feet deep.
Post commanders will fix the date of
this ride and the commanders, of de
tachments of regiments will make re
ports thereof through channels to the
Adjutant General of the Army. Offi
cers failing to finish, within .15 sec
oni'.i of the prescribed time and offi
cers not f icing (heir own mounts, will
he mentioned by nrme in the reports."
-: NEW BOND ISSUE'
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be accepted' at market value, not tq
exceed their par. Thus mott . ot the
bonds would be accepted at par, while
a. few, namely, those bearing a low
rate of interc.it and Issued for only
shqrt terms, would be- accepted at their
actual market value, which would be
a little Taelow par but above 90 per
cent. ..:0'':', :; . , , - . -.;
'"When I reached California I re
ceived a telegram saying they would
e accepfut 90 per cent. But appar
ently thtter has cen constdere!
farther 1 practically the nioclfici
tion I pr.sed in niy Chicago letter
has been pted. , ,
"This iry iatisfactory anu will
tend tolcase the market value of
the onds, i should facilitate the sale
of the nesue. - Purchasers, past
tnd prospve were very anxious to ,
tccure thiodlfication; and were to
follow up request at Washington
by present! arguments froui their,
standpoint, - its favor.
Conkling's d Work.
"As Conker did not reach New
York until F,ay. spending more time
enroute thatad been "expected. It
may be that got into further com
munication nonie of these pur
chasers, and her talked the matter
over with-the In their home states,
or proceeded. th them tQ, Washing
ton. If this l4he case, he has done
some very gooorlc. .
"My calegrardoea not state wheth- V
er these privily apply to Treasury
deposits of. pufc moneys or to the
postoffice depaient's . depofelU of
savings ank mciys, or to both.
"I may add tit state and munici
pal bonds are aopted at 90 per cent
of their par val not exceeding 90
per cent of the Urket value, while.
Hawaiian bonds, therlo accepted at
90 per cent of parjrespective o mar
ket value, are no to be acepted at
Iar not exceeding he market value.'
The Canadian Atrallan liner Ma-
rama from Sydney V the way of "New
Zealand and Fiji pas Is expected to
arrive at Honolulu n or about four
o'clock Tuesday aftetioon and to sail
for Vancouver at tenyejock (his even
ing of. the same day
A large delegation of prominent
Japanese and Chines assembled at
Alakea wharf 'this ratrning to await
the arrival of the Hn. Shinyo Maru
from the orient, ther to greet the
son and daughters of Sun Yat Sen.
who are enroute to the ?oast
Yokohama, according to a letter re
ceived by a former associate. In . his
Miss Kalei, Dr. H. Hayes, Miss Auld,
r- rrt T.r0, I letter Mr, Miehener declares that he
July 14. Mrs. Minamikatsa. Mr. Aha
na, Mrs. Mahlum, Mr. Williamson,
Mrs. Zoller," Mrs. Coney, Mr. Church,
Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin. D. E. Baldwin,
B. B. Baldwin, C. B. Baldwin, John, -the Fourth, is reported by Maui people
Neal, K. Ishida, Prof. F. Shiya, Mr. ' in town to be completely recovering
O'Neill, K. Johnson, A. R. Keller, Mrs. , from his Injuries. , , ; ' - 4- fl
A. R Keller, Miss Mumford. Miss Wat- w;LSON FRITCII 4 ill Ik1c1 the fcr.it
erhonse.f R.- Smith, P. A. Cumminrvl.' of. his classes in public speaking :at th
M rs. R. P. Spalding, Miss McClymont,
will open a tea house', in Yokohama.
CHARLES ROME, who was thrown
arid had his skull nicked while riding
in the gentlemen's race at Kahulul on
thirty-five years. He was captain of Niopor's Express, Phone 11M6. Piano
the Beaver, which makes the run from nnd furniture moving. 52SS-3m
(JAS: H. LOVE)
Office, Kihg Street pp. Union Grill -
John Rath, J. A. Love. H. M. von Holt,
A. Gartley, G. N. Wilcox. A. jS. Wilcox,
Mrs. A. S. WTilcox, Rev. ET. G. da Silva,
Rev. R. B. Dodge, Rev. D. Kaai, J. N.
Uahuini, A. F Cooke and 90 deck passengers.'.-.'
j ;. ."
Per stmr. Wilhelmina, from Hilo,
July 14. W. D. -Adams, Geo. McGrathJ
ftirs. Mcuratn..iMis& n. .ucuraui. .miss
Cover, Miss E. Pierce, Miss G. Mc
Voell. S. E11V. Mrs. H. C. 'Ellis. Miss
Abbott. Miss L. Haynes, Mrs. McKer
sick. Miss McKersick, . Miss Birch,-:
Miss Schmidt, Mrs. G. A. Strongman, '
Mrs. D. A. Helm, M rs. Kent, Mr.-?. H. ,
J. Lyman. Mrs. R. B. Smith, Miss T.
Heiman, S.: S. Paxson, Miss E. Wren,
Miss A. Dingley, Mrs. Geo. McNear,
Miss McNear, Miss Biven. W E. Kel
ler and wife, J. McClymont and wife, '
Mr. Abbott, H. Clark, Miss M. Clark. '
Miss Ginrca, Mrs. Ginaca, Mrs. M.
G rover, Mrs. A. Bird, Mrs. J. H. New-;
bauer and maid and two children, Wrm. j
Rawlins, Miss H. McMeansi Miss A.
'M. Wadsworth, Mr.s. R. Br Rietow, WV
S. Wise. -: V-.':::-' j
Per stmr. Likelike. from Kahulul- J
A. M. Brown, Dr. Fitzgore, T. Patter.,
son, .Mrs. Namamoto, K. flaicmoto,'
Mrs. O. Uiuoho, Joe Kaene, Sister
PeneMida, Sister Susanna. r
. ' ' ' ' : ' " ' "' " '"
I .PASSENGERS BOOKED I
4 - ' : ; . .
Per stmr. Kinau, for Kauai ports,
July 10 G: Hofgaard, MV?s Ching Ho,
Mrs. Klamn. '
.: ' ; .' j
Plioto-Enaravlnff of highest grade
can be seenrrd from the Star-Bulletin .
Experience may, be a good teacher,
but just the same you had better, send
your children to school. ! s '
Many a poor man is a genius at de
vising ways and means for spending
If you didn't read in Satur-
day's Honolulu Star-Bulletin:
''Prof; Sevenn Ousted" " V
"Sale of Spreckel' Property V
"Kilauea's Great Activity"
"Young Elopers.Win 011'
"Lofimer Ousted from Senate"
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W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
Phone 1231 Merchant. Near Fort
St.. George Arm Chair Like
cut; good, room seat; extra wide,
fiat arms; medium height back.
HE ideal year-around furniture for this country. We have just re--ceived
an unusually large shipment direct from the New York wif
low shops, exceptional designs at remarkably low prices CHAIRS,
r ROCKERS, TABLES, SETTEES, FOOT STOOLS, JARDINIERES,
BASKETS, TRAYS, MAGAZINE STANDS, DOG BASKETS. BASSINETS,
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Bart Harbor Willow Arm Chair
See Window Display
Curzon Chair An extremely
deep-seated chair, with good,
high back and close-woven base.
We make all style cushions
from $1.75 up
We can stain willow for'
niture any shade to match
any color scheme