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Our vehicles have the most advanced Ideas In design,
and excel others In durable qualities and finish, ,
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Limited,
Sole Agcntu Columbus Buggy Co.
Kona coffee tn he Rood must he pure
V.. J. Day sells It.
Gentlemen, refresh oursclcs at tho
Dm Natloual Saloon
Nicely furnished roonn, Popular
House. 1219 Kort St.. S1.50 per neck up
The Herman Savings A. Loan Soilctv
if Ran Prune Ixio gives nutlie in todn.v's
iksue of 11 dividend.
'or bahy carriages and sen Ins ma
chines and stoics and safes, call on
Jloffschlncgcr Co., Ltd.
Notice of dividend to stnckholdcts ol
tho California Safe Deposit nml Trust
Co. at Han Krnni'lsco upieais In today's
Notice to members of Honolulu liar
loi No. fil. Amerhun Association of
Masters and I'llots of Steam Vessels
ppeurs undei New Toda
At the sen Ices nt the Methodist
Kplscap-il church today the pastor will
peak on "Methodism at Work" and
"The Life mid Clint niter of John Wm
Jy." Tho Woman's Guild of St Andrew's
Cathedral will hold its tegular monthly
tt.ftptlni- lit tin. Iinnit. fif Mra W M
filffard, Kecaumoku anil Domini- near School, some time after mldtilclt
jtreets, tomorrow, at 3 p. in. " ' lll'ay-
The wireless telegraph scrlcc Is now 1 Oon't forget Camarlnos of the Call
open for business to Lahalna and all fornlt Krult Market when you want
joints on Maul. Telegrams will be re-1 frult aui vegetables. He alwas bat
teircd at the Oceanic Gas & Electric on hanu" a 'reh "PPly of both Csllfor
tompany's office, Mogoon building Mcr- nla anJ Itland frul" Telephone Main
hant street. 37S-
Ist night II. I). Couzens and W.
F. Drako of the Internal Revenue officii.
nd Antone Manuel of the Marshal's
offlre. raided a couple of swipe Joints
in Kakaako securing the sellers of the
liquor uud seizing the stuff.
Ilev. Wm, M. Klncald will speak ut
Central Union church this morning on
"How Wo Got Our Illble." In the even
Jug there will be a patriotic sen Ice
ith special patriotic music. The pas
tor will speak on "Liberty. Equality,
At noon yesterday the Austin Pub
lishing Co.'h plant was put up at unc
tion In Morgan's auction looms, the
ale being ordered by I). Logan, trus
tee. Tho upset price for the plant,
J10C3, was offered by W. M. l-angton,
who has for a long period run the plant
and gotten out the paper, "The Para
dise of the Pacific "
Christian Church, 12. S. Muckley. pas
tor, residence 1244 Wilder acnue. tcl-
rphone Utile 1GT1. Preaching ut 11 a.
jn., 011 "The Two Gates and the People
Who filter," and at 7 30 1 m on
"Liberty s. License." Illble school at
3:15 a. m. Young People's society at
6-30 p. m. Junior society at 2 30 p. m
Thursday. Midweek prayer meeting.
l-'JU pv nn. Wednesday These ben Ices
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Ucad "Wants" on page 6.
Q. II. Derrey's office. S Campbell bid
Ice cold beer $2.00 a, dozin. Camara
& Co . Tel. lllue 492.
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C. J. Day's gioceiy.
The i'i:i:nu:ss pueskkvinr
TAINT Is guaranteed to last three
An opportunity to In est tapltal In
paving business lh offered. Ste Wants
In todav's paper.
To see Is to trj to ti Is to buy n
"White" sewing 111111 bine. H HuckfchJ
& Co . Ltd.. agents.
Corns and Ingrowing nails success
1 fiill treated without pain. Dr. llogle.
Oiegou block. Hotel strett.
See the display of handsome dress
materials for wear on boat racing day,
.it .V S. paths l)rv (.ouils Co
Locomobiles are fatter than hacks at
the same prlie They are on .alt at
icKUlai rates. Ttl lllue 24.12
Sneak tlilc cs nre again abroad and
one entered the home of Attorney H
'l' Chllllngworth on Nuuanii strc-t.
Yoi ore lnlted to visit the Island
c,lr!o Btor! on IloU, B,rcet- Tlie niost
fompleto collection of Hawaiian curios
,n, sale- Recommend jour friends to
t,l,s m Curiosity Shop. It s n regular
I Sen Ices will be held at St. John the
Ilaptlst iburch, Kullhl-wnenu, today.
, June 29 Peast of St. Peter and
St. Paul. 8-3U a. in. high musical niu.
with sermon and collection, us usual;
, 3 u. in. rcheuisal; 4 p. m. tosaiy.
In continuation of the regular an
' nunl shoot of the N. 0. II. jesterduy
I'lhute Joseph Gouveln of Co " mail
11 score of 48. beating Captain Samuel
Johnson's ieoid of 47. the highest up
to the time Com da fired esterduy
The marriage of 1 nomas lloltum
I.lllle. M. A.. L. L. 11. und Miss Klui-
encc Stcwurt Hon Icy look phue In St
Andiew's Cathedral at 12 30 o'clock
l)esterda), Itev. Aleii Mackintosh
olllduting Tho lirlclesinnlilH were Ml-s
Jordan and Miss llusalind Waldrun.
The coronation mutch niiis: lia
been hurd on the crlcketeis as only tho
faithfuls turned out to practice on
the Maklkl giounds jebterduy after-
noon These the, Miles, II Glass, I).
Glass, wm del Heyde und Gill put up
the net and took some tlgoious prue-
during n short spring tour a icvlval
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to COO candlepowor. This
Is the host lamp on the market.
Manufactured by The Standard
Oat Lamp Company.
Atphaltum, Grades C. D. and
natural In lots to suit.
Herringbone Expanded Metal
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING CO., Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building
MET THE KERR
Has the I'nlted States ship
Mohican, seeral da)s overdue
hero from Yokohama, run across
the burning Urltlsh ship Fnnnle
Kerr, abandoned on May 20? The
Mohican was expected here n
week ago and there Is Just the
possibility that she has met up
4- with the roaming hulk of the
- While tho government vessel
would be unable to claim any
salvage In the event of taking 4
the abandoned vissel to port, she
would not be likely to disert her
If an opportunit) offered to put
a irew aboard of her.
Pew vessels would he moto t
f likely to discover the I'nimle
Kerr than the Mohican, for,
since the Mohican would not ne-
cessarlly confine herself to beaten
tracks of travel, she would be t
more apt to fall In with the Kerr
In the position In which that 1111-
fortunate vessel would likely be
Time Is not a gre.it matte r with
the Mohican nnd she would take
cver advantage of an oppoitunlty
not only to bring nn abandoned
ship to port but to remove from
t- the path of vessels a most berlous t
There nre many on Honolulu's
waterfront who would not be at t
f nil surprised to sec the Kunnle
Kerr make this port manned by 11
crew from the Mohican, or to
f hear that she had made some -t
other port In the same way.
A visiting Hngllshman who attended
11 dinner given last week by a suburban
hostess whose hospitality Is notoriously
Inadequate made a reply to her that it
will he dimcult for her to live down
Her dinners have been referred to us
"samples," and Invitations to them am
not accepted with alacrlt) the second
time. Her wealth Is large, however,
nnd her social persistence Is untiring,
so that her friends ure obliged to ac
cept home of her Invitations. The Un
gllshmnn wus a big fellow, whose fa
mily had been kind to the hostess
when she wus In London The dinner
was of the usual Inadequate kind that
her friends expected It served merely
us nn appetizer to the hearty lngllsh
man, und when the coffee was served.
Indicating that the dinner wus ut an
end. his cxpiesslan of dissatisfaction
was amusing to the other guests. The
hostess did not uotlce It, however, and
she said to him amiably:
"Now, do tell me when we may have
the pleasure of having jou to dine with
"Immediately, madam, Immediately,
was Ills unexpected reply. Kortunatelv
for the hostess another guest lemuik
ed that the weather had been very
"funny," and this permltetd a burst of
appreciative laughter that ought to
have stamped the weather as a wag.
New York Sun.
"They say that when Secretary Hoot
closed up Ills law olllce In New York
for the purpose of taking charge of thu
War Department he gavo his office boy
a vacation with full pay, and that ho
has been allowing him a regular week
ly salary ever slnre."
"Yes, and I heard about the boy tho
other day It seems that some reporter
nteiv lowed him. He Isn't at all satis
fied with tho arrangement."
"Not satisfied? I don't bee where ho
lias u kick coming."
"He ilalms that he is being wronged.
Kver iJnce the secretary went to Wash
ington the boy has been receiving the
same salary he got at tho start, and
he complains that there seems to he no
chance for him cither to be promoted
or to get a raise. Ilut that's always tho
way with these big guns. They never
consider unybody but themselves."
Some few days ago a policeman was
Hent to serve a summons on a noto
lions poacher. This person, who lived
alone nnd had evaded service success
fully for some time, was the owner of
a male goat, My friend, whom I will
call Mac, went to tho defendant's house
but the wily poacher, observing his ap
proach had lied, leaving tho door un
fastened, Mac saw the goat tied up In
a toiner, entered, nnd solemnly rend
the summons to him, after which ho
stuck tho copy on his boms. He then
went homo and endoised the paper
"Served by leaving a copy of this
tiummons in defendant's residence at
, with an inmate," etc.
When proving service, Mac was ask
ed by the magistrate-
"Wus tho inmate ot age?"
Your worship," snld my friend, lay
ing IiIb hand on the mlddlq button of
his tunic, "he had a beard down to
Monday ,. .,
"1 5 tj
., 9 J
1.4 to 11
Last quarter of tho moon 28th at
11:22 a. m.
Tides from tho United States CoaBt
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh SOm
slower than Green wclh ttmo, being
tout of the meridian of 1B7.3U. The
time whistle owg at 1:30 p. m., whlcn
Is tho same as Greenwich, ui Om.
Saturday. June 28
Str. Klnau. Kreeman. from Hllo nnd
way poits, at 2 p. m., with 203 sheep,
22 hogs. sacks potatoes, 1 roller and
phnft, 44 crates of vegetables and 174
O. S. 0. S. S. Doric, from Oriental
ports; left Yokohama June IS. clocked
ut Pacific Mall wharf at !) a. m.; with
Sue, tons of freight for Honolulu.
0. & 0. 3. S. Gaelic, from San Plan
Cisco, June 21, docked at Navy whan
No 1. nt '.' 40 a. in., vvllh tst, sacks of
Str. W. 0. Hull, S. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, ut 4 1'J a m.. with ','jO'J
bags of sugux.
Str. I.ehua. Nuopala, from Molokal
ports at 3 p ro.
Saturday. June 2S.
O. & 0. S. S. Doric, for San I'lun
cIhco. ut C p. in.
O. & O. S. S. Gaelic, for Oilentnl
ports, ut ti p. m.
Am. bkt. Go C Perkins. Nlelson.
for the Sound, at 8 a. m.
Am. n'hr Kun.i. Dlnsmoie, for the
Sound, at 3 p. m.
1)1 i: TOMOHHOW
O. S. S Zealandla. Dow dell, from San
ranclsco. Jun 23 ton Alameda's
Str. James Makee. Tullett. for Kn
pan. Kll.iuia. Hunalei and Kallhiwai. at
C p. m.
Str. Noeau. Pcdcrson. for Lnhnlna,
Knannp.ill, llonokaa and Kukullincle,
ut f p. m.
Schr, Mnlolo, Sanders, for Hanalel
and Kallhiwai. at ', p. m.
Schr. Ada, Nelson, for Hanalel and
Kallhiwai. at S p. m.
For San Francisco, per O. & O. S. S
Doric, June 28 Susan P. Hlxby. Clara
Lledelt, Henri Jarve, S. Morgan. Miss
A. Thomas. II. G. Coglll, Mrs. II. Co
gill. Miss Adelina Sarlna. Miss Hose
Aqulnnldo. D. Caston. Mrs. I) Cnston.
Fred Altro, A. Hussell, Miss Delia Ross
Miss Annie Ta.smla.
For the Orfent. per O. h O. S. S.
Gaelic, June 2S W. G. Kost. S. Ogue
10 Japanese und 2u Chinese.
l'rom Hllo and way ports, per str
Klnau. June 28 C A Park. Mrs. K.
MtNarj. S. Morgan, II Jarre. Miss Jung
II. Masiey, Miss 1. Vernon. Miss Mary
Campbell. Mrs. J. F. Humburg. Miss
Frieda Humburg. Mrs. W II Mallng,
J, A M Osorlo, G P. Kiisnmssen, Mrs
J W Leonhurt. Miss Llhi J Nutting
Miss Nellie Cnrr, Miss A. Klna. Mis
K D Montague A Mason. Rev A
Kandii Rev J. P. Erdinan, .Miss F 0.
home. Miss i:. F. Osborne. S N Hunil
ley. Mits Hundley J. Michaels. J W
Mason. G. M. Deacon and wife. Mrs
J. T Lewis. A. Lewis Jr.. R. I. Ogllvy
l.Mss Maud Woode. C I. Calvert and
wife. A. W. llottomley. W. S. Perkins,
S. A. Dickenson K. S. llo.vd und son,
11 S. (iilggs. dipt. J. Ross. P McMa
hun.. J F. Humbuig. Adam Lindsay,
F .1. Chapman. Wm. McKn J. H. Mc
Kenzle. B. Goldburg. Richard PI. A. H
Coruu und wife. Miss J 12. Chulmers
W P. Pj per und w lie, Rev. 12. Tokin
asj, F 12. Richardson, W. Lautz nml
1M on deck.
SHIP MAYBE LOST
San Francisco, June IS. The finding
of numerous pieces of large timber on
the coasts of Vancouver Island and tho
northern mainland has given llse ta
the fear that the Urltlsh ship Scottish
HIIU may have met disaster. She
tniled from Puget sound on Mnj 23 for
Port 1'lrlc. Australia, with u lumber
cargo destined for mining purposes,
nnd some of the derelict timbers have
been Identified us the same that the
ship carried, though they were on tho
vessel's deck The Blghtlng by thej
steamer Mlowern of a derelict ship,
soon after leaving the sound on Muy
30 for the Colonies, and the presence of
n dead whule off tho Washington coast
figure In tho rumors concerning the
possible fate of tho Scottish Hills,
The Occidental At Oriental Bteamshlp
Doric sailed from tho Pacific Mall
wharf at 0 o'clock last evening lor San
Francisco, A few minutes utter she
hud Btnrted for the open sea the Oae-
lie, of the same line, sailed from Navy
Wharf No. 1 for the Oilent. The Do
rle's SOU tons of Oriental freight were
put ashore in good time and Superln
tendent Hlley wus congratu.ated on tho
wny he handled tho cargo. The plav
eiH who have been delighting peoplo
at the Orphcum for tho last few- nights
resumed tholr Jutirnev to thu Mainland
in tlie D01 Ic.
There will bo a special memorial
service at 7 o'clock this morning at
the Catholic Cathedral In memory of
tho victims of tho ill fated steamship
La Ilourgoguo which was vviecked four
yeurs ago. Among tho passengers who
lost their lives on that occasion wero
the mothor nnd sister of Jean Sabato
of the Independent,
l I HI! WW
Fine and Unique Effects Produced By
Beautiful Scenery, Pretty Women,
Gorgeous Costumes and
The dress rehearsal of the Kltohana
Art League s tableaux entertainment,
which was held In the League's apart
mrnts In the Progress block last night,
gave u very fair idea ofihow Interesting
nnd unique the performance on Monday
night will be Practically all the la
dles who are to take part In the enter
tainment were present and great Inter
est was shown during tho proceedings.
The stnge on which the tableaux will
be presented Is In itself a work of art
The two wings of It arc covered with
enormous palm leaves, while In the
middle a screen of black gauze tends to
gotten the effect of the groups and glee
a more quiet nnd picture like tone to
them. The hickground, a scene from a
Persian garden painted by Theodort
Worcs, Is a very beautiful pleco nnd
will give much effect to the pictures.
To throw out the groups a cluster of
electric lights furnished with powerful
reflectors lias been placed on each side
of the stago White the auditorium li
darkened these lamps will throw their
full glow upon the groups very effec
tively nnd producing many pretty light
and shadow effects. To heighten the
vividness of the sceueB masses of tropi
cal bloom will be placed 011 nnd around
the stage while over the place where
the groups will 3tand will be a gigantic
bower of sweet smelling white olevndar
The beautj of the scenery will only
be excelled by tho gorgeous and effec
tive costumes which the performers
will wear. The ladles who are to tako
part nre dlsptajlng a vivid interest In
the entertainment and many of then
are having dresses made, especially for
the occasion, by the best djess makers
of the city A curious and, as well nn
effective, point In the Oriental scene
will be the wearing of old Egyptian
and Persian Jewelry b the ladles who
take part. It happens that Mrs. llnwcs,
who will take one of the parts, has liv
ed In Egypt for several venrs, and hai
a rar collection of gems and ornn
ments from that part of the world
among them being u golden snake
which Is severnt hundreds of veais old.
It might be s.ihl In this connection that
In these scene-, several of the ladlei
will heighten the artistic effect of the
tableaux by posing with bare feet with
heavy golden nnkle rings. As the la
dles chosen for the-3e pictures nre all
of the typo of Oriental beauty thesi
tableaux promise to be exceedingly
beautiful and characteristic.
Of the chara-ters last night Mls
Glffard a-i Jepthas Daughter was ex
ceedlngly pretty, while Mrs. Arthur
Drown In a handsome Oriental cos
tume will also he sure to moke one of
the hits of the evening.
t'pon the whole the entertainment
promises to be one of exceeding Inter
est nnd beiutv so that whoever goes
to see It on Monday night will be sur
to enjoy If to Its full extent
Resides the plcturrs there will also b
vocal music by Mrs. Annls Montague
Turner and others This will give to
the nudleii a feast for the car as Tell
as for the eye
The Aunrn Dand's performance, "Yo
Singing School of Yo Olden Times,'
given In the St Antonio Hall last night
was uttended by qtilto n large audience
und went off in a perfectly successful
manner The performance, which was
gotten up by tho offlcers of the band,
Mrs. J 1) Marques. Miss Cnrrlo Fer
nancies. Miss Mary Philip and the
Misses Mellm Included both vocal
and instrumental numbers covering n
wide range ftom hymns to coon songs.
The performers who were dressed in
old fushlonod costumes with wigs, kneo
breeches and other ancient parapher
ualea of that time, did their various
stunts well and received generous np
plause for thetr efforts.
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL.
Tho monthl, review of the pupils ol
Cook's mush sihool was held last
night at 8 o'clock In the rooms of tho
school In the Love building. A fair
audience wa3 in attendance and ap
peared to be much pleased with tho
efforts ot the pupils. Among the
pieces rendered weie both vocal and
Instrumental selections of great variety
some of them offering quite a few diffi
culties. They all went ort without a
hitch, however, the performers In al-
most every case showing confidence In
'. themselves ami playing without any
"onccaoie suge rriKtil,
SAW I HE JOKE.
Hero Is a true story of a curious per
tonality well known to many profes
sional men In London today. Ho Is a
bcot, whoso business ability is above
the average hut cvcrthlng he does
ls llone wHh tho air of a man constant-
ly wrestling with some problem of tho
soul Ho rarely speaks unless spoken
t0- "l; ev,'r smiles, und his oyes have
u iicu cjuL incense expression, une
day he was returning to London with
several companions. Tho wlrole party
vveio Scottish, but the companions wero
of genial type One of them told a
humorous tale over which tho rest
laughed uproariously Not so tho hu
man problem He sat In a comer of tho
railway earrlnge glowering nt his
mirthful friends Half an hour after
ward, however, when all wero standing
at a Btreet corner before separntlng, he
took 0110 aside and said solemnly nnd
slowly "Yo would obsulrvo that I did
nn' laugh at yond' story. Well, I saw
the Joke, Yo might not think It, but I
have a keen sense of humor," London
iillJM BID j 1W
L. H. DEE Proprietor
L. F. ASDAHR Manager
SUNDAY, JUNE SO, 1003
Cotconinie of Vermicftll Oreen Turtle
BaVed Preh Mthlmilil, Sp-lnhh St)le
QuMnollv' Ctlcry Cai tar on Toit
j ClilrV.cn TattlM a la I'rancslw
Calves Ilraliis, rreatlcit, Tartar Same
l?rrh Ox Tongue, Tomato Sauce
Compote ot Harden Peart a It Cofide
Stuffed Younj Turke), CranWir) Siucc
Ribs of Reef, Brown Potatoes
I.otnter an J I eltuce, laminale
SlufleilCiici mber A it rn gut Green Tea
I einon lee Cream Fruit Pudding;, Wine Sauce
Apricot Sherlel Assorted Cake and Pastry
Crackers au4 Clieere
Tea Nuts and Raisins Coffee
fresh I'rulls in Season
YftM PUPILS OF
The 'younger pupils of Mrs. J. W.
Ynrndley will give a recltnl In tho Y.
M. C. A. hall on Tuesday nt 2:30 p. m.
Miss Helen Desha will render valuable
assistance In several ot tho vocal selec
tions. Tho program to be given Is ns
1. Children's Songs
a. "t! and 9" Chas. TiIcCurrlQ
b. "Wouldn't Think" . "
c. "A Hint" "
.- uses Camllle Haas, Jessie Kennedy,
Llbby Peck. Marjorle ueadlngbam
and tho Misses Halstcad.
2. Piano Ducts
a. "Morning Prayer" ...Enckhausen
b. "Wo Two Together" Landon
c. Etude ("Our Favorite"). . .Lcbeit
Miss Muriel Halstcad and Mrs. J. W
3. "Picnic Danco" Spindlcr
Miss Llbby Peck.
4. Song "Hush. Little Ono!"..
Miss Helen Dosha.
5. Piano Duots
n. Etude ("Syncopstlon") . ...Leber t
b. Etude ("llrooklet's Song").Lcbcrt
Miss Lucia Halstcad and Mrs. J. W
a. "First Waltz of the Star Per
b. "Illcycle Ride" Schultz
Master Albert Lucas.
n. "Hum Dunce"
Trio, with Miss Lucia Halstcad nnd
b. "The Two Singers" Landon
Miss Muriel Halstcad.
8. Song "Young King Colo"..
MaBter Albert Lucas.
9. Piano Ducts
n. Etude ("Murmuring Stream
b. Etude ("Swift Fingers"). ..Lebcrt
Miss LlbUy Peck.
10. Piano Duet Etude ("Andante
Master Albert Lucas ad Mrs. J. W.
"Doll's Lullaby" Aschcr
Miss Lucia Halstcad.
"Prlere du Matin" (Melodlo).
Miss Camllle Haas.
"Splnnlledchen" .... Rclchmnnii
Miss Emily Davis.
"Fairy Polkn" Spindlcr
Master Stanley Kennedy.
'Tamlly Party" (I'olonnlsn)..
"Golden Stars" (Valse). .Strcabo.j
5. Reading "On Hearing n Lit
tle Music Ilox" ...Leigh Hunt
Miss Gmco Lcadlngham.
Piano obligate), Miss Marjorle Lcad
lngham, ("Pavnn"), Sharpo.
B. "Mlgnonetto" Llchner
Miss Jesslo Kennedy.
a. "Maigaret's Cradle Song"....
"Illrds In the Night" Rarnbv
"Thour't like unto a Flow-
er" Mrs. J. W. Yarndley
Miss Helen Desha.
"In Rnnk and File" Lange
Master Stanley Kennedy.
"Dance of the Marionettes". . v
Miss Emily Davis.
Children's Song "Grandpa's
Misses Jesslo Kennedy, Camlllo nans,
Lucia HalBtead, Muriel Halstcad
and Hazel Hnlstcad.
"Doll's Dream" Ocstcn
.Miss JcbbIo Kennedy.
Piano Duet "Spanish Danco"
(DoIero).Moszkowskl, Op, 12, No. 5
Prlmo, Miss Oraco Lcadlngham;
Secondo, Mrs. J. W, Ynrndley.
THE POPULAR ONE.
When the late nishop Phillips Brooks
of Massachusetts sailed for Europe on
his last trip abroad, n friend Jokingly
remarked that while nbroad ho might
discover some new icllglon to bring
homo with him.
"Hut be careful of It. nishop Ilrooks,"
remarked a listening filend. "It ninj
be difficult to get your new religion
through the custom house,"
"I guess not." replied tho bishop,
laughingly, "for wc mnv take It for
granted that any new religion popular
enough to Import will have no duties
attached to It."
NEW - TO-DAY
Picnic at Moanalua July 4th. .
Ilrakes leave Capitol Uulldlng 8.
Tickets, $2.00 each; to be had from
23-July 1; July 3
The German Savings and Loan So
ciety, G2fl California Street. For tho
half year ending with Juno 30, 1902, a
dividend has been declared at the rato
of threo (3) per cent per annum on all
deposits, frco of taxes, payable on ami
nftcr Tuesday, July 1, 1902.
NOTICE TO MARINER8.
There will bo a special meeting uf
Honolulu Harbor No. B4, A. A. of M.
and P. of S. V., this Sunday evening
at 7 p. m. at Harmony Hnll. Uuslncss
of Importance is to bo transacted and
nil brethren of tho order are earnestly
requested to bo present.
Uy order of the Worthy Captain.
GEO. II. PILTZ,
23 C. C.
California Sato Deposit and Trust
Company, corner California and Monty)
gomcry sts. For the six months end
ing Juno 30, 1902, dividends have been
declared on deposits In tho savings de
partment of this company aa follows;
On term dcopslts nt tho rate of 3 fi-10
per cent per annum, and on ordinary
deposits nt the rate of 3 per cent per
uiinum, frco of tnxes and payable on
and after Tuesday, July 1, 1902. Divi
dends uncalled for nro added to tlm
principal after July 1, 1902.
J. DALZELL IiROWN,
JULY 4th, 1902
PEARL HARBOR COURSE
FIRST RACE FOUR-OARED SHELL
Races will start nt 9:30 a. m. after
arrival of train Special train will
leave station at 8 15 a. m. returning
Immediately after i?io races, and will
nrrlvc In town before noon.
Round trip tickc s 75 cents.
The Palace Grill
DICK DALY, Proprietor.
HONOLULU, JUNE SI), 10OU
TABLE D'tJOTE DINNER
TvikIuIoIi) ol Sole, Tartar Sutc
Kiriltlies y net 11 OUt Cii I ir on 1 tun
Vtal Cuilctft, ItreJtlett, Muslmwmi Sauci
Cum mi the Colt Mastml f otator
Afciurjfius, HoIlaruUKc Mashed Turnip-
Prime tHef. au Jiri
Cana Uatk DuiL, Dt-tmouUtj bt)ic
LlilHtli Flura I'u.ttlini;, Hard Jml Dram!) biuie
1 mil Catri SwUi dime KaUllw
Crcnt Clircie Nuts
Coin Call Nuir Tea Iced lea
Dnncr Irom 8 to 875 cent.
A TOOTHSOME BIT.
Little Dorothea Is one of thoso chil
dren whoso silence wheu nwako is re
garded as a certain sign that she Is In
mischief. One day when sho was about
2',-i years old, her mother gradually bo
came aware of a silence, which boded
trouble. She was about to look for the
baby when Dorothea came In, her rosy
lips still bearing the traces of a feast.
"Where have you been, Doiothca?
What nre you eating?"
"Cheese," said Miss Dorothea,
"Where did ou get It, dear?" asked
"In the mouf-trap " answered tho de
linquent. "In the mouse-trap!" exclaimed the
Then tho mother laughed. "Hut
what will tho poor mousles do? You
will frighten them away."
"Dey wasn't a bit frightened, mam
ma, Dey was two moullcs In do trap
when I eated do chcese.'V-Iliooklyn