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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JULY to, 1900.
Lists of Trawl.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The Fine Passenger Btosmors of This Lino "Wil'.Arrivo at anc
fieare This Fort as Hereunder.
Prom San Pranoisco: For San rmuoisoo.
...Au 1 1 ALAMEDA Julr
.Ahf fi I AUSTRALIA t Auff T
.Aug l) MARIPOSA AUK t
I AuaiicniiA. ... t jtV,
Addl'lon.l, an d ttia Ultll Shlppinr N. will N
found on tha .ithtri pa it
VESSELS IN PORT.
In oonnootion with the Bailing of the above steamers, the Agents
re prepared to issno, to intending passengers, coupon through
tickets by any railroad from San Francisco, to all points in the
United States, and from New York by any steamship line to all
For farther particulars apply to
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Mdeilal and Oriental Steamship Co. 0 Tojo Klsen Msba
Sharon ef lit snort coaptrnu will call at Honolulu and laara tola perl on ei about tha
For San Francisco:
Far lanan and China:
R( dt Jan.lro July w.
CoptM u t
.Ati.ilctM.ru .... . Auir io
Pklne . AuuiJ
Oatlle ., u-'8
HontkontM.nl Sept J
Clna . 7 5f' 'I
tti: . . . .... S.p.ai
For rtnarat Inlomatton apply to
Doric . . .
2 10 dt J.ntlro.,
Palatial Tourist Yacht
Will Stop at Honolulu
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
awTStuatrt tf tkt abort Hat. runnlnc la coutctloo win tbt CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Mttam Vunmr. B C . ind Srd.tr. N.S. W.. and calllnr at Victoria. C. C. Honolulu aad Brltbatt
ZbDE AT HONOLULU to or about tnt datat btfow atatad via l
VICTORIA, B. C,
aiOM VANCOUVER AND
Ftr Btlrtam aid Svdntyl
W lower a
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
Fnt VlrlnHi snl Vsarnuvsr (B. CI.
A Mint I AUK I
Wtrr Im 00 . .. Aue w
Mlowtra . Sfpt K
Anting I . Oct a
Warrtmoo.... Nov it
Mlowera ... . Dec. 19
For Wt-ttbt aod
JB-Tkrfturh tlektti Inu-i from Honolulu to Canada, UotUl SUto d Eoropa,
t7aiie "4 all rtfltfal Information, apply to
Theo. H.Davlc8&Co.,Ltd., Gcn'lAftcnts.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
First steamer to be dispatched from New York to Honolulu via San Francisco:
6.8. "AMnRICAN" on or about September istto be followed by a steamer
'Vef Freleht received at Company's wharf, South Brooklyn, at all times by lighters
.or In cars. For general Information, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
and THBO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.,
Wilder Steamsliio Co., Ltd,
THREE TRAINS DAiLY
From San Francisco.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From Portland . . .
6. 6. Kinau,
MOLOKAI. MAUI. HAWAII.
Wilt sail from Honolulu on
Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
oakakal, Lahalna, Maalaca Bar, Klhel,
(Uakena, Kawalhao, Mahukona, Lau
ganoelioo and Hllo.
Returning will sail from Hllo on
IFrldajs at 10 a. m., for above named
ports, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
days. Passengers and freight will be taken
tfor Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhao, III
ao, Hakalau, Honomu, Fapalkou and
Piuranrii and PACKAGES ONLY
will be taken for Kaunaknkal, Lahalna,
Slaalaea Bay, Klhel ana wupanoenoe
6. S. Claudine,
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 p. m. touching at Lahalna, Ka
Di ill nl N'ahlWu. liana. Hamoa and Kl
nahulu. Maul. Returning, touches at
abovo named ports, arriving In Hono
aulii Sundav mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
6. 6. Lehua,
MOLOKAI. MAUI, LANAI.
Balls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
iSamalo, Muunalel, Kalaupapa, Lahal-
lia, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar-
trives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
make changes In tho time of departure
nnd arrival of Its steamers WITHOUT
tNOTlCE, and It will not bo responsible
Cor any consequences arising there
Crom. Consignees must be at the landing
(to receive their freight. This com
ipany will not hold Itself responsible
Cor freight after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not bo responsible
Cor money or valuables of passengers
anless placed In the care of the pur.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets beforo embarking. These fall
ing to do so will be subject to an ad
ditional charge of twenty-five per cent.
The company will not be liable for
tloss of. nor Injury to, nor delay In de
Ulvery of baggage or personal effects of
J)U6bejlgt'l0, ill 1 It'll."!' "I ouniitB, u-
ond the amount of $100, unless the
value of the samo be declared when to
selted by the Company, nnd an extra
charge be made therefor.
All employes of the company are for
bidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
'the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may bo seen by shippers
upon application to the pursers of the
Shippers are notified that If freight
'Is shipped without such rcceplt it will
'be solely at the risk of the shipper.
C. L. WIGHT, President.
S. B. ROSE. Secretnry.
CAl'T. T K. CLARKE. Port Supt.
8.00 A. At.. to:cx
,, o:co P. M
Leave San Francisco:
A.M., Coop M.
Leave Portland: oi A. At,
Through without Change.
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
: Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
Barber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
1)5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. Genral Agent.
No. i Montgomery St., San Francisco.
(This list docs not Include coasters.)
Agcnor, Am. sp. Colby, Newcastle, Mty
Allien Bcssc, Am. bk. Potter, San
Francisco, July C. W. 0. Irwin &
A7alen, Am, schr., rnnlclliis, Gray's
Harbor, July 14. Loiters & Cooke.
Dig Bonanza, Am. bk. Bergman, New
castle, June 3.
Balnbrldgc, Am. schr., Bauman, Port
Townsend, July 11. Allen & Robin
Chas. E. Moody, Am. sp., Anderson,
Tacoma, June 8.
C. F. Sargent, Am. sp., Gammon, Ta
coma, June 19.
Ceylon, Am. bk. Wilier, Laysan Island,
July T. II. Hackfeld & Co.
Dlrlgo, Am. sp., Goodwin, Hongkong,
Diamond Hcnd, Am. bk., Peterson, San
Francisco, July S. H. Hackfeld &
Co , Ltd.
Ersklnc M, rhelps, Am. sp., Grnham,
Manila, Juno 14.
Eliza, It. sp Mnresca, Newcastle July
3. Coal to order.
Geo. Curtis, Am. sp., Geo. S. Calhoun,
San Francisco, June 6.
Geo. C. Perkins, Am. lik. Maas, Eureka,
July 9. Loners & Ctoko.
II. D. Bendlxcn, Am. schr. Peterson,
Eureka, July 5. O. L. & B. A.
Halcyon, Am. schr., Chas. Mcllln, Eu
rekn, May 31.
Helcnc, Am. schr. Christiansen, San
Francisco, July 11. W. G. lrwln.&
Irmgard, Am. likt. Smith, San Fran
cisco, July 5. P. A. Schaefer & Cc.
Ivy, Am. sp. Halstead, Newcastle, July
E. Coal to order.
Incn, Am. schr., Rasmusscn, Newcas
tle, June 18.
I. P. Chapman, Am. sp., Carter, San
Francslro, April 28.
James II. Bruce, Am. schr., Peterson,
Aberdeen, May 20.
Kllkltat, Am hkt. Cutler, Eureka, July
S. Wilder & Co.
Louisiana, Am. bk. Halcrow, New can-
tie. June 22 .
Luzon, Am. schr.., Anderson, Grns
Harbor, July 12. Letters & Cooke.
Mauna Ala, Haw. bk., Smith, San Fran
cisco. Marlon Chllcott, Am. bk., Weedon,
Newcastle, June 21 To order.
Mohican, Am. bk. Kelly, San Francis n
July C. Castle & Cooke.
Mary E. Foster, Am. schr.,. Thompson,
San FrnncUco, July 11. II. Hackfeld
& Co , Ltd.
Meteor, Am. schr., Lnas, Port Blakely,
July II. Letters & Cooke.
Oregon, Am. bk., Parker, from New
castle, June 15.
Olympic, Am. bk., Glbbs, San Francis
co, Juno 18.
Rosnmond, Am. schr. Ward, San Fran
cisco, July 7. T. II. Davles & Co.
Sebastian Bach, Br. bk., Nagasaki, Feb
Star of Italy, Haw. sp.. Wester, New
castle, June 1.
St. Katherlno, Am. bk , Saunders, San
Francisco, July 12. C. Brewer & Co.
S. N. Castle, Am. bkt., Hubbard, San
Francisco, July 17. W. G. Irwin &
Skagit, Am. bkt., Robinson, Port Gam
ble, July 17. Wilder & Co.
W. B. Flint, Am. bk., PumiH, New
York, June 21.
W. II. DImond, Am. bkt.. Nllson, Sin
Francisco, July 8. W. G. Irwin & Co.
W. II. Smith, Am. .schr., Smith, Port
Blakelcy, July 12. O. L. & B. A. .
San Francisco, July 0 Tho maiden
o)age of tlif Hnmliurg-Aincrlcnn
steamship l'rln?cssln Victoria Louise,
row being completed at Hamburg will
bring her to San Francisco She Is n
liner steamer than any that has cer
Leon seen In this port. It Is n unique
nnd up-to-date idea that fixes .San
Francisco ns the objective point for
the proposed ttlp from Hamburg, In
ohlng no less than n round-the-world
cruise In n vessel deslgnul to carry
none hut first clans passengers, and
which will carry neither cargo nor
The Victoria Louise has been built
vxclusUcly for round-the-world
cruises, nnd among shipbuilders Is con
sidered one of the finest esscls ever
launched. She Is expected to reach this
port on Jnnuar) 18th next, remaining
n week before starting on the return
irulse, when New York will bo her
destination. The Victoria Louise will
sail frum Hamburg on September 25th,
tombing at Lisbon, Gibraltar, Nice,
Genoa, Athens Constantinople, J iff a,
Port Said, Bombaj, Colombo, Calcutta,
Singapore, Manila, Hongkong, Shang
hai, Nagasaki, Kobe, Yokohama, Ho
nolulu, Hllo and San Francisco, leav
ing here on the return, Honolulu nnd
the other places named will bo tlslted,
with New York ns the final destination
The ossol is of the twin-screw pat
tern, 450 feet lung, with a beam of 47
feet and depth of 30 feet Her ntcrngc
speed Is said to be It! knots, and In ad
dition to the usual modern features
she Is fitted with n gymnasium, dark
room for photographers and a grnnd
promenade. There are only lower
I erths on the Victoria Louise, nnd the
saloons arc said to be the finest on an)
ship nlloat. It Is sa'd that the round-the-world
cruises will bring the cssel
to this port etery je.tr hereafter She
will be commanded b n lieutenant In
the Rojnl Nay Resenc of German).
SUBMARINE BOAT GIVEN
ANOTHER TRIAL SUCCESS
Bridgeport, Conn., July 10 Captain
Simon Iake, the Inventor of n sub
marine wonder, the Argonaut, which Is
constructed to scoot along on the bot
tom on rubber tired wheels like nit
automobile, made an experimental trip
In Long Island sound today with twen-t)-two
guests on board The Argonaut
which was laid up In Erie basin Inst
winter, lengthened nnd supplied with
J more poweiful machinery, was sub
merged to a depth of twenty feit for
I more than four hours Captain Evans
nnd n crew of four men handled the
boat under the tiitcntnr's direction
Dinner was sorted on board white the
boat was submerged.
A door In the (liter's apartment was
opened nnd divers In rubber suits left
the boat. The water was kept out of
their apartment by air pressure of
twclto pounds to tho square Inch. Af
ter dinner, which was served while the
boat was running. Captain Lake gate
an exhibition of his suction pump de
signed to raise sunken wreckage. The
Argonaut hid stopped near a sunken
tonl bnrgc and by means of tho suc
tion pump four tons of coil from the
Imrgo was transferred to tho Argonaut
at the rate of a ton a minute.
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO 31
NOW Is tho tlms to get Y
breakages seen to, and
Roofs Put in Ord-H
By competent work a
Chllcoot In Trouble.
Tho American bark Marlon Chllcoot
lh In trouble and It Is tery likely that
both Captain Weedon and the first
mate will bate to pay (1000 eac.li and
the part of the cargo alread) dis
charged, confiscated, before on) fur
ther work can be done.
The Chllcoot nrrlted here from New
castle, June 21. with a cargo of coal
to order. The lessel was cleared but
her cargo was not. For a long time, J
For the Plumbing
On that now hoase that yon art
about to build or the alterarJOBa
yon are Intending tol make oa
yonr property. Call and see as
and got an estimate.
JAS. rlOTT, Jr.
Practical Tinsmith and Plumber.
Hhop: Berelanla street, 4 aloors MUt
of Punchbowl. Phone 844.
Hour 7 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
W. II. Baith ft W, Batw.
Honolulu Sheet Metal Works,
Galvanized Iron Skylights and V.atllstors,
Conductor Pipe and Guttir Work.
Richard. Strati, bat Qu.tn and Mtrcbait. HMtlafa
SV-JobblOf pronptly atttod.d to.SM
Tel. White 41. 1'. O. Bog 870.
King street, new Railroad Dope,
Plumbor and Tinsmith
All work promptly nd carwfnny
the Chllcoot was In the stnnm nnd her
captain was wnrned scternl times notl
to discharge- any coal until her cargo J
inu , Innrcid I
""" --.'.. , M, .
Wednesday morning the t esse hauled lpPtNP9l sd Hlfl ("fill IIP
iilUUIIIUUI '- IIIUIUHIIU
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending:
nlnil (...till. tl.i. Hlllv.injl lin.f nH.l 1 . n
KlUllhKI" 1IV Itllllll.lll .Willi, null uv-
gnn discharging her coal for the 0, R.
& L. Co. without any knowledge on the
Meteorolontcnl Summary, .luncH'"" OI "l0 -. i louse oiuiers
-r..-... ,.- .i. n. I This makes captain nnd mate liable
. VIII,VI U.lll L'. I11.U1. IW1 .11V 111WII1.I. 1
T7.I.F. niirm.il 7.1 !. inerniro ilullt to n fllle Of $1000 encll mill It loss of the
mnvlmn,.. Kl? nw.r null,- mini- I l i " "'e c-.trgu jireauy laiicieu
FJpctro-Jlydratillc Power Trsnsmlaloztt
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
OUlca noit to Poc CMen. 12SS
P. & T. A..
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1S
(Outward) ts. Suo.
Hooolulu .... j to
P.arl City.... to,
t.ally ts. Suo. Dally Dally
AM. AM. PJn. PM
l not 111 It
0 ,1 II 40 J 4, I JO
loot la oo 4 os 6 to
10 0 .... 4 4S ...
11 SS .... 140 ....
I. la .... 6 is ....
ti Sua. Dally Dally Dally
AM. AM. PM. PM
Waltnaa ,.,,, .,
a Mill u
Paul City 6 l
ooolnlQ 6 yt
F. C. Hurra, Gen'l Pass. Ticket
O, P. DrmiMiw. Rnrwrlntndnt
Subscribers io tbc BUL,
.LETIN not receiving Hit"1' Pa
pers promptly will confer a
ifavor by notifying tbe Tittst
mess Crue, Telephone i$fi.
Under tbe United Stntcs law on and
after June 14th, 1900, all shipping re
ceipts must bear a 1-ecnt Documentary
War Tax Stamp on tho original, dupli
cate and triplicate.
Shippers nre requested to aftlx tbe
stamps according to law as freight
cannot bo received otherwise.
Shipping receipts must contnln a
statement of the contents of packages
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., Ltd.
Jas. L. McLean, Vice President.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO
C. L. Wight. President
STEAMER if CUMMINS.
NOTICE 'IO SHIPPERS.
Mary Wlnkleman, Am. bkt.
Kllmory, Br. sp I.'verpoot
Helen Brewer, Haw. sp Nw York
Challenger, Am. sp New York
Henry Falling, Am. sp New Vmk
A. J. Fuller, Am sp Nagasaki
Ha j den Brown, Am. hk Newcastle
Jolin C. Potter, Am. b Newrnstle
General Fnlrchlld, Am. bk. ..Newcastle
Euterpe. Haw. sp Newiastlo
Star of Russia, Haw. Bp. ... Newcastle
Wachusett, Am sp Newcastle
Declimont, Dr. sp Newcasoi
City of Hankow, Br. sp. ... Newcaetlo
Emlpde, Am. bk Newcastle.
Republic, Br. bk .'"weirdie
Sea King, Am. bk Newcastle
PcrReterancc, Br. sp New fistic
Abby Pnlrjicr, Am. bk Newcastle
King Cj rus, Am. schr Nowoastlo
J. II Brown, Am. sp N'jwc&stl"
Yosemlte, Am sp Newcastle
Woollaharn, Ilr sp Newcistle
William Bowden, Am. schr. Newcastle
W H. Talbot, Am. Rchr. ... Newcastle
Columbia, Am. schr Newcadtlo
Dcnlcla, Am. bkt Newcastle
Prince Albert, Nor. sp Newctkllo
Prince Victor, Nor. sp Ni'cutle
CInn Macpherson, Ilr. sp... Newcastle
Anccnls, Br. sp Newcastle
Funtasl, Nor. hk Newcnrtle
Intlnclhle, Am. bp New rustle
Stjorn, Nor. hk NVw rastlo
Wrestler, Am. bkt Newcastle
Drumburton, Br sp Newcastle
Fresno. Am. hi; Newcastle
Alex McNeil, Am bk Newcastle
Golden Shore, Am sp Newcastle
Dominion, Br. bk Newcastle
James Nesmlth, Am. sp Newcastle
Marlon Llghtbody, Br. sp. Newcnrlle,
Quickstep, Am. hk Tacoma
Philadelphia, Gr, sp Hamburg
Carnedd Llewellyn, Ilr. sp. Hamburg
Ventura, 111 sp Antweip
Yola, Br. bp London
mum, 72.2; at erase dally range, 12.5,
greatest dally range. 18 0, least dally
range, 8 0; highest temperature, 88,
lowest, ". The month was the warm
est June on record.
Barometer at erage, 29.992; normal,
30 0t2 (corrected for gratlty,) highest,
30.09; lowest, 29 87; greatest change In
J4 hours. .01. The barometer readings
wre ter uniform during the month.
Relative humidity, 07.9 per cent, nor
mal, 70.fi; menu dew point, CG.l; nor
mal, GC5; absolute moisture, 7.03
grains per cubic foot: normal, 7.09.
Rainfall, 0.88 In., normal, 1.50; ruin-1
record dns, 14, normal, 18. Greatest1
tall In one day, 0.41. Liiaknlin rainfall,
0.98, being nearly the highest of any
station In tho group. Kaplolanl Park,
Th cartesian well let el fell from
33 G2 feet abote sea let el to 33.53. The
floodtlng of rice land occurs In July.
Trade-wind (las, 29 (5 of NNE ,)
normal number of trade-wind dajs,
26. Cloudiness (tenths of Bky,) 3.1;
normal, 4 0.
Approximate percentages of district
rainfall Hllo, 34 to GO, Hamakua, 02
to 103, Kohala, 02; Wnlmea, 102; Konn,
92 to 120; Kau, 60, except I'ahala. 220;
Olaa.lO; Lower Puna, 110, Maul varies
from 15 to 300 per rent, probably CO;
Oahu, CO per rent; Kau Is 50 to 60.
Average temperature Pcneckeo, 100
ft. (dotation mean maximum, 80 5,
mean minimum, 70.1. Wnlmea, 2730 ft.
elcv., 75 5 nnd 06 0; Kohala, 585 ft.
clcv., 82.1 and 71.2. Kcalakekua, l.'SI
ft. elcv., mean at C n m., 61.1. Kulno
kakua, 00 ft. clet., highest, 88; lowest,
Earthquake reported from Popookoo
on "Hi, light fall of snow on Mauna
Kea on the 2d
Cl'RTIS J. LYONS,
Meteorologist for tho Tc rrltory.
Captain Weedon stntes that Frel
Smith of tho O. R. & L. told him to
ulsdinrgc. promising to go to the Cir
turn House nnd clear.
The authorities hate an open nnd
ihut case, and the penalty for the In
irnctlon of the tnw will hate to he paid.
President Will Attend.
Chicago, July 3. President McKlnley
has formally accepted an Imitation
extended him by tho Grand Army of
the Republic to attend the annual en
campment In Chicago next month
M. Aw. Soc. C B.
106 Judd Block. Tel. 6M.
Honolulu Iron Works Oo
Improted and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription mado to order. Bolter work
nnd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
Honolulu - Tobacco - Co., -
Cor Fort and Merchant Struts,
HAS RECEIVED PER "AUSTRALIA" FROM
Tht World Rmown.d Brand ol Cltari
HiilliCtXX . x
This elegant CIGAR can be purchased for FIVE CENTS only.
TRY THEM. NONE BETTER.
Catton, Neil! & Co., Ltd.
B ILT O-1 3JT1E3 ZE3 13 S
Boilermakers : : and : : Electricians.
The - General - Electric - Company
Beginning with Monday, Juno 18, and
etery Mninliy thci rafter, tho uboto
Steamer will lea to Honolulu nt 10 a m,
rnlllng at Wnlmauala, Helta, Kamnkc
Knnlaea, Waluhnlo (and Punalou,
, weather permitting.)
W. G. IRWIN & CO , LTD ,
American Messenger Service, Ma
sonic Temrle. Tel. 444
Tbe use of tbe Singer in millions of
! homes shows the unprecedented suc
cess of these IderJ sewing machines
It Is convincing proof that the linger
pxcels In all k'nds of family nm.Idr
and art needle work Alt our C tn
machines are of the best construeOnn
beautifully decorated, aud are mounted
on slcected woods In finely finished
cabinets of arttstln designs. R, Hot
.rscn, sgent. M Bethel street
Almost n Detent.
London, .lul 11. Ac cording to n
Chc'oo despatch the fighting around
Tien Tsln on the 3d and Ith wns the
scteirst jet experienced. Tho British
i jsunltles wen tlilrtj or fort killed or
wounded The Chinese had 35,000 men
attacking Himiillaucousl) from tho
north, east and west and mado ex
cellent practice with oter 100 guns
The defenders numbered 14,000, with
scant buppllcs, nnd It was onl the
picaenco of the newl nrrlted lapan
cse and Russlnn guns that prctcntcd n
disaster. One Russian company of In
fantry, numbering 120 men, had 115
killed or wounded. 1 liu German con
tingent also suffered heatlly. By tho
etenlng of tho 4th the situation was
tery critical The allies narrowly es
caped total defeat.
Protldentally. when things were at
their worst, n torrential lalnfall com
pelled the Chinese to letlre.
w- "w TTsneia-E-ii'
Painting, Blauksmithing, Trimming.
Phaetons, Buggies ami Hacks Manufactured.
IIIGI1-CL A.SS WORK.
Judge MiiliHtilu Now.
A S. Mah.iulu has been appointed
District Magistrate of Walalua In place
of Edttatd 1 1 ore. resigned The new
Incumbent has been station ngent at
Walalun since the ruilwa was opened
to there. He Is one of the most lutelll
gent Hawaii, ins In the countr), prnfl
elint In the English language and pop
ti In i with nil i.tlcM'M
II iii'lcc li CitHtlc ArrltcH
Porllind Julj 2 -The llrltlsb si
Hail' eh Caslli 21 data ftimi llono
lulu nrrlted In at Astoria Hiluid.i.t
Sim left up this morning at 7 '! nnd
will arrlte here this wiping or early
TT v. i w 4 r J
Is any old thing
good enough for you ?
Or do you want your
Stationery, and other
You can get the best at tho
The questions are unnecessary,
':$.. EVENING BULLETIN
JOB PRINTING HOUSE.
210 KINO S'IKUm", HONOLULU, H. I.
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