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EVENING BULUSTIN, HONOMJLU, T. 11., MONDAY, JULY 6, 1008.
Oceanic Third Degree.
Lei Aloha No. 2 Regular.
All visiting member! of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend mertlngs of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Wo. 3, L 0. 0. I.
Meets every Monday evening at
VSO In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort BtrseU.
E II. HENDRY, Secretary.
BaTR. F. VICKERfl, N. U.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF F.
' Meete every 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, eorner Fort and Beretanla Bta.
.Vleltlng Brothera cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE. O. C.
W. WALDRON, K. of R. ft 8.
0AEU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meete every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEEniNO, C.C.,
JA9. W. WHITE, K.R.8.
(ONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
-lonolulu bodge No. 616, B. P. O.
ii., will meet In their hall on King
ear Port ttat every Frtday even
og Hv ord ot the K R.
HENRY C. BASTON,
WM. H. McINERNY. E. R.
V. M'RTNLEY LODGE No.8, X.ol P.
Meets every Baturday evening at
dSO o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor.
trt and Beretanla. Visiting broth
- cordially Invited to attend
W U FRAZEE, O.C..
B A. JACOBSON. K.R.B.
HONOLULU AEBIE 140. F. 0. X.
aleeta on the lnd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of eacn month at
J: SO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
ieretanla and Fort streets.
Vleltlng Eagles ara Invited U at
i,nd W. L. FRAZEE, W., PresL
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
SAWAI1AN TBEBE No. 1, L 0. B. M.
Meets atery first and third Than
lays of each month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
tlally Invited to attend.
3. W. ASCH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, 0. ot R.
j. Pacific Photo Gallery
PACIHC PHOTO GALLERY
' ' Beit and latest method of photogra-
'i " 17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU,
K, HAMAMOTO, Manager.
I FOR SALE '
4000 Onen Rooting Slate 10"xl'6
600 One and Two Prong Iron Fence
i. 1 28-gallon Drum Commercial Eth-
1 Caatlron Fitting with Flanges,
tor 18" Wrought Pipe.
' EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street Phone 21V
F. s. Nagami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet Nnnann ft Bethel
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamalei, Enchiladas, Spare Ribi,
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING, PATERHANGINa AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints. Oils,
Etu. P. 0, Box 914. 221 No. King
St., opp. Asia Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
The weekly Edition a' the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary c?
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
KEEP IT IK
THE BEER WITH
AND LESS ALCOHOL.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
Cut for you, from your own meas
ure: It don't cost any more, In fact
you save money, because you got sat
isfaction. It you have a fault In your fig
ure 75 do I will hide it for you.
Our suits at Twenty-five Dollars
have no comparison. There is no ex
cuse to be slovenly attired when for
the same money you oan be well
GEO. A. MARTIN,
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies on Hand
17 Hotel St.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwileij Tel. 430.
5c CIGAR So
M. A. Gunst & Co.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.,
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
dene by the
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
26V Bsretanla 8L
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If there is work to be had a Bulle
tin Want Ad. will find it.
Auto at hack (are. TeL 361.
Get Allegrettl's chocolate creams.
Just arrived. Benson, Omlth A Co.
Meals arc being served regularly as
usual at tho Royal Annex. "Bcottys.''
Call 361 or 41, day or night, for
Manuel K. Richards In his now Frank
Mrs C. B. Wood and two, hcllilren
returned this morning from a long
stay In Europe.
W. 11. Smith, tho popular shoe man,
accompanied by his wife and daughter,
arrived home today In tho Mongolia.
A motion to net asldo the verdict
In tho J aim Marks caso has been filed
by George Datls, attorney for tho con
Coat your iron roots with "Arabic "
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
All tho Knual evangelical delegates
who attended the convention at Halll,
lillo, will leave for their respective
homes on Kauai tomorrow.
Have you teen itf The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
tee it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Offiae Specialty Co., Ltd.
S. W. Mehcula, of Kauat, is In
town, having arrived In tho V. 0.
Hall. Ho and Mrs. Mohcula will re
turn to their homo tomorrow aftor
noon. Tho new stylo ladles' shoes in tho
latest toe shapes are Just In at tho
Regal Shoo Store. Stop In and bco
them. Tho same prices and tho sanio
Tho eighth assessment ot tho liar
rtson Mutual Association will bo de
linquent on July 15th, 1908. Mnko
our payments to tho Secretary, Ka
If you havo any perccls to bo deliv
ered put them up to us. Wo havo a
wagon and motorcycles In scrvlco and
rellablo bos to attend to your pack
ages. Tvlcphono 361.
Nowest till-over laces 25c a yard and
u pat A. lllom's this week. Also new
galons. Insertions and edgings, cluny,
tnlenclenncs and baby Irish laces. All
new goods. Special prices.
Oaliu Prison had Us own colobra-
tlon Saturday afternoon, an oration
was delivered by Hon. John Hughes
and an excellent program was ron
dcrcd, as follows:
All persons connected with tho fair
and luau to bo held July 18th aro re
quested to meet at tho Schmidt prem
ises, Beretanla street, Tuesday, July
7 at 2 p. m. to mako final arrange
ments. You had better bear In mind that
soda water In tho tee chest is as nec
essary to your comfort aB flower In the
bag. (Jet yours from Consolidated
Soda water works Co., Ltd. Tele
we havo on hand a special assort
ment of dress and danco tics, for tho
week of entertainment. Call and seo
our Dora del sarto dress tics and our
Merry Widow Bailor ties. Mclncrny
Castlo & Cooke, agents, arccclvcd a
wireless telegram from tho HUonlan
last evening In which Captain Johnson
announced that to was thon 830 miles
oft porta and expected to arrive on
Nuuanu dam Is waiting for wat"
Ab soon as Naturo gets genorous and
pours tho torrents downward, sluicing
work will begin In tho big dam, for
everything olso will be completed
ready for tho sluicing.
Announcements were received hero
today of tho marrlago of the daughter
of Captain and Mrs. E. R. Undorwood,
to Firman Thompson, In San Fran
Cisco, on June 10th. Captain Under
wood Is tho popular skipper ot tho
schooner Robert Lowers and well
known here. Tho young people aro
residing now In Newark, New Jersey.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Doty, whoso
marriage In Pasadena tho lattor part
of Juno, was one of tho society events
of tho season, arrived by tho Mongolia
coming over for tho pecan voyage.
They return to San Francisco by the
next-Pacific Mall boat. Mrs. Doty was
formerly Miss Edith Hinds. Air. Doty
Is assistant cashier of tho First Na
tional Bank of Pasadena.
Attorney General Hemenway has
received word from Manl to the ef
fect that tho tax appeal ot tho Haiku
Fruit and Packing Company has been
sustained, and that all the property
Is declared exempt from .taxation,
Thsl point has been argued out be
fore, and It Is on the point that pine
apple property is exempt from taxa
tion that most ot tho appeals havo
Over on Hawaii comes tho word to
the Attorney General, the court there
has decided exactly opposite to the
'decision of iho Maul courts In ono
of the tax appeal cases, holding that
pineapple companies are not entire
ly exempt from taxation. Neither of
these cases can be cited as examples
for the rest, however, foe each one
must be decided on its own merits.
Thore are five tax appeal cases to
be tried hero on Oahu yet and one
(Special Bulletin Wlroless)
WAILUKU, Maui, July 6. The
Diamond Heads won over the Wat
luku team by a score ot seven, to five.
It was a splendid game played before
an Immense crowd.
tout eyes never give you the slight
est trouble, this ad. is not for you.
If they DO, take them to
A, N. SANFORD,
gsggagae , i if
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per P. M. S. S. Mongolia, Morton,
from San Francisco, July C For Ho
nolulu: Miss V. Athcrton, E. F. Bar
thotomow, Paul Bartholomew, 0. K.
Bates, Webb E. Bcggs, Miss Carrlo
Berg, M. J. Blsscll, Mis. M. J. Blsscll,
Miss Eleanor A. Blsscll, H. W. Bowcn,
A. C. Bowles, E. J. Burns, John B.
Burner. Mrs. John II. Burner, W. R.
Castle, A. L. Castle, Miss Elolse Child,
Miss Annlo Chubb, Miss S. Chubb, Dr.
V. E. Collins. W. M. Cooper, w. M.
Crcilsoy. Mm. W. M. CrcsBi. MIbs T,
Culllgan, C. P. Cunningham, J. P.
Curts, Mrs. J. P. Curls, Miss E. Davis,
F. T. Dillingham, Mrs. F. T. Dining
ham, H. A. Doty, Mrs. II. A. Doty, J.
M. Dowsett, Mrs. J. M. Don sett, II. M.
Dowsctt, D. A. Dowsett, Miss 0. A.
Dunlop, Miss R. E. Elston, Arthur F.
Oay, Miss C. Goodalo, J. A. Gorman,
Mrs. J. A. Gorman, Mrs. Mary Gorman,
Mrs. M. H. Hart, Miss Clatro Hart,
Frank J, Hart, Jas. C. Harvey, Miss
I. A. Hcnck, Max Henulngston, Miss
May B. Hcusner, Mra. Geo. F. Ileus-
ncr, R. 8. Hosmer, Mrs. S. H. Ilosmcr,
Col. W. E. Hughes, Mrs. J. C. Hutchi
son, J. B. Hyde-Smith, Mrs. 11. F.
Jones, Miss Rosallo II. Kclscy, Clifford
Kimball. Mrs. Clifford .Kimball and In
fant. F. W. Klebahn, Mrs. F. W. Kle
bahn, Daniel H. Kramer, W. J. Kylo,
Mrs. W. J. Kyle, Mrs. A. D. La Motto
and Infant, John C. Lane, John R. Ln
Ruo, S. M. Lowrcy. Guy E. Macfarlane,
Mrs. J. G. Mahcr, E. A. Mclncrny, Mrs.
E. A Mclncrny, Miss Alary Mclncrny,
Mlscs Gcrtrudo Mclnerny, MIsr Sybil
Mclncrny, Miss H. K. Mcllcrsh. Miss
Jcsslo Ogden, MIbs Carolyn Ogden,
Mrs. L. L. Ormsby, C. F. Peterson,
Mrs. C. F. Peterson, Fred J. Peterson,
Miss Muriel K. Pctcrfeon, Edwin W.
Potorson, Dr. David Powell, Mrs.
David Powell, MIbb Margaret Powell,
Gcorgo F. Ronton, Jr., MIbb Ivy Rich
ardson, Miss Ruth IllcharilBon, Miss
Alma M. Robs, MIbb AIlco Roth, J. Ry
an, Miss E. Schacfcr, Miss Linda
Schaefcr, Miss Casslo K. Scay, Mrs.
F. -II. 8hafer, Miss Eugenia Shafcr,
Miss Dorothy Sharer, Miss G. Bhafcr,
Win. H. Smith, Mrs. Wm. II. Smith,
Miss Mildred Smith, MIbb Annie C.
Springer, Miss J. Swnnzy, Mrs. G. W
Talson, Miss Alice II. Thompson, Carl
A. Wldomann.'Mrs. C. B. wood, MIbs
Dorothy Wood, "Master Sanford Wood,
1. o. i vttiiimia. 4-iia fi. I t'niimiin,
Jllfus Kdlth.Yciruans, J..M. Young. A.
Pots and wlfo, Mrs. W. W. Kimball
and maid. Dr. S. Nachlmoff, Miss AIlco
Voigt, Miss Jcnnlo F. C. Lam, Mrs. W.
H. H. Southorland, MIbb Southcrlaml,
Miss Mary Southerland, Bryan H.
Taylor. Mrs. Bryan II. Taylor, Mrs.
Wm. Webster. Miss Elliabeth Web-
COURT HAS NO
In the matter of Catallno Mcjca v.
L. M. WhltchouEo, an opinion waa
handed down by tho Supremo Court
this morning overruling tho exceptions
on which tho caso was brought up
from tho Circuit Court. Tho caso W03
nonsuited there. Tho chlof glbl of tho
opinion lies In tho s Habits, which Is
summed up In tho following n.annor:
Master and servant fcllow.servaiu:
Tho foreman in chargo of a gang ex
cavating an earth bank 1b a follow
servant of the laborers and tho em
ployer 1b not responsible for injury
to a laborer resulting from his neg
It Is also stated In tho opinion of
tho Court that no matter what tho
hardship of tho law may bo which
throws uiion tho laborer tho rlska of
his omplojnient and ot tho negligent
nets of his fellow servants, tho courts,
In tho absenco of legislation, can af
ford no relief In cases Uko tho present
one. Mcjca, It seems, was ordered to
oxcavato In certain work, and tho em'
bankmont fell upon him, breaking bin
thigh and giving him other Injuries.
The Lumley Company, now play'
Ing at tho Orpheum, have caught the
town with their clever productions.
No company that has over visited
Honolulu has given tho satisfaction
(hat this organization has. To dato,
four plajs havo been put on "Tho
Cllmbors," ",Tho Soldier of Fortune,"
"BrownB In Town," and "Tho Virgin
ian," and with careful attention to
detail that stamp each and every ono
as metropolitan productions. Tonight
Frank E. Montgomery and Miss Mae
Kcune return to the caBt and the en
tire company will be seen In the best
production of RussoU'b comedy, "A
A Most Excellent Assortment ot
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S XING ST. PHONE S25.
WANK ROOSEVELT TO
RUN WITBW. J. BRYAN
DENVER, Colo., July G.-f Ex-Ocvornor Thomas of Colorado has de
clared himself in favor of tho nomlnitlan of Theodore Roosevelt ns tho
candidate for Vico President on tho Democratic ticket.
The delegates for the convention' are nrrlvlng, Including the con
testing delegations from Illinois and Pennsylvania.
All nttompts which have beqn mado nmong the. delegates to galvan
ize an opposition to tho nomination of lliyan for the Presidency have been
The question of tho nomlnallo for the Vice Presidency is still In
the nlr. The delegates and tho politicians on the ground have been un
able to bring n showing of strength to any of tho names proposed.
Tho Bryonltcs nro declaring th cmsclves In favor of selecting a con
servative nominee. .i.J
BRYAN ON FIRST BALLOT
DENVER, Colo., July 4. Bryan's headquarters were oponcd today.
In spite ot opposition Bryan's friends claim his nomination on tho first
DENVER, Colo., July 3. Herman niddcr nnd J. Hamilton Lewis
are candidates for tho Democratic Vice Presidential nomination.
-. ii i i
LINCOLN, Neb., July 3. At a banquet this evening, William J.
Hrvnn said that unless n plank pledging tho party to publicity In cam
paign contributions were put In tho
Herman Rlddcr Interviewed Bryan nnd advised him not to run, but
assured him of his support If ho did.
DENVER, Colo., July 3. A row
tween tho Bryan and Parker forces over a eulogy upon tho lato ox-PrcsI-dent
JAPANESE CABINET OUT
TOKIO, Japan, July 3. Tho Cab
inet has resigned. The Emperor will
summon Kntsurn to form a new one. .
Komurn will probably becomo Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs
RELIEF ON THE WAY
' SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 3.
Tho hospital ship Relief sailed from
this poit today for Honolulu, to
nwnlt the arrival of tho Atlantic
YSZNOVA, Russia, July 3. Two
hundred nnd fourteen bodies have
been removed and 150 'are yet Im
prisoned in tho burning mine.
FIGHTING IN MOROCCO
TABRIZ, Morocco, July 3. Fight'
Ing has been resumed.
Australia U noted in both Europo
nnd America for tho enthusiasm with
which tho great singers from Europo
nro received and pcoplo thero trnvol
great distances to hear them. Spe
cial trains arc run nnd boats delayed
to ennblo the people to hear tho best
that the artistic world of Europo has
to offer In the shape ot music, and no
artiste within living memory ever
received such an ovation ns the ono
now appearing at the Hawaiian
Opera House, and bo far with but
slight recognition. Has there been
nn nrtlste hero for n long, long time
who has considered Honolulu worthy
of n moro than hurried visit during
the tlmo that tho vessel has boon In
tho harbor? Now that one Ib hero
and a great artiste, one according to
"Truth" of the ten great voices of
the world, Is there to bo no appre
ciation shown of her visit by tho
Honolulu public? is the artistic
world to bo forced to conclude that
Honolulu Is not worthy ot a visit
and are wo to tall into tho ranks ot
a "one-night stand?" Lot Honolulu
show Its appreciation of the artiste
who Is here, and others will be found
to pay us n visit ot more than tran
TEACHERS SAIL AWAY
Thirty lucky school tcachors sailed
away on tho transport Sborldan yes
terday for tho Coast. They wero tho
ones who wero chosen to go nt u nonv
Inal rate to tho Coast on n U. S. trans
port, whoro they will spend their vaca"
Tho teachers leaving wero J. B. Al
exandcr and wlfo, MIbb Jonnlo Allen,
Miss Jean Angus, Mrs. L. C, Blckford,
C. E. Copeland. Mrs. I. L. Crelghton,'
Mrs. Graco Cockctt, M. do Corto. MIbs
A. Danford, Mrs. Eldora Deacon, MIbb
Annie Dcas, Miss Mollis E. Flomlng,
Miss Molllo Grace, Miss Mary Franca,
Miss AIlco S. Green, Miss Ann X. Hart
ley, MIbs Agnes Judd, Miss Mabel
Lndd, J, V. Marclol and wlfo, Mrs. L.
G. Marshall, Miss AIlco A. McCurd,
Mrs. Margaret Mossman, Mrs. Laura
Saboy. J. do Stlva. MIbb M. AIlco
Smith, W. W. Taylor, Miss Isabella M,
weight, Miss Ida Zleglor,
Among others to got away wero
Captain Pardee of the Twentieth In
fantry, who goes to tho Coast to take
part In tho rlno match at Santa Cruz:
E. A. Jacobson of tho Custom Houso,
who is (in on n vocation, accompanied
by his wlfo; United StatoB Commis
sioner Frank Hatch nnd Mrs. Hatch,
on a llireo months' vacation with his
motjicr In San Joso.
BUFFANDEAU In this city, July C,
1908, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Buffandeau,
platform he would refuso to bo n
i i e
Is expected In tho convention bo-
BUENOS AYRES, July C It is
teportcd here that tho revolutionists
in Paraguay havo been successful In
ovorinrowing mo government aim
have established their own govern
ment. President Ferrclrn, Vico Pres
ident Avlro, nnd flvo .hundred ot
their supporters nro reported to havo
been killed ln tho fighting.
TO FORM CABINET
TOKIO, Japan, July 0. A meet
ing of the Elder Stntesmen has been
called for Tuesday to consider the
Cabinet situation, Baron Kntsura,
who had been called upon to form a
government, having met with diffi
culty ln making up his slate.
ENGINEER IS ARRESTED
OAKLAND, Calif., July C. The
engineer ot ono of tho two trains
which collided hero on Saturday,
thirty-eight passengers being killed
or wounded, has been nrrcstcd and
charged with criminal negligence
and responsibility for tho accident.
KOREANS LOSE HEAVILY
SEOUL, Korea, July B. Tho Ko
rean insurgents aro losing In killed
on nn average ot thirty a day. It Ib
believed that tho Japancso troops
will havo the revolution quelled
within tho next thirty days.
SAN PEDRO, Calif., July C On
account of tho fact that tho members
of the Naval Rescrvo have been re
fused admission nt n danco hold at
Catallnn, tho further munouvors
thero have been cancelled.
L03 ANGELES, Calif., July 4
The MpFarland-Welch fight ended In
a draw. Thero wero ten rounds.
Welch Is tho English lightweight
FATAL RAILROAD ACCIDENT
OAKLAND, Calif., July 5. Eight
people wero killed and thirty Injur
ed today in a collision on a local
ADMIRAL THOMAS DEAD
DEL MONTE, Calif., July 3. Ad
miral Thomas, who succeeded Ad
miral Evans in command ot tho At
lantic Fleet, has dlod ot apoplexy.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah. July 3.
The California delegates to tho Dem
ocratic convention, en route, havo
nominated Nathan Colo, Jr., as Na
tional Committeeman. '
MANILA, P. I., July 3. Mass
meotlngsuro being held to ratify n
petition to tho United States for free
WARSHIPS AT GUAM
GUAM, Ladrono Islands, July 6.
The battleships Maine and Alabama
arrived here one day ahead of their
BISHOP POTTER BETTER
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y., July fi,
Illshop Potter, who was reported
sinking, Is better.
TOKIO, Japan, July 3. Ilnron
Katsurn Is having difficulty in form
ing a Cabinet.
THE DESPATCH got away for Ma
kawvll last evening.
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
FRANCISCO MERCHANTS' I
Friday. July 3. 1C03.
PORT HARFORD Sailed July 2:
S. S. Santa Rita, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived July 3.
S. B. Nippon Mnrit, henco Juno 22.
LEITH Sailed July 1:
Br. bk. Edinburgh, for Honolulu.
Monday, July 6.
SAN FnANCISCO Sailed July 3:
U. S. H. S. Relief, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 3.
Bktnc. Irmgnrd, henco Juno 14.
Schr. H. C. Wright, from Muhtikona,
, Juno 10.
8AN FRANCISCO Sailed July 4:
Bk. Annlo Johnson, for Hllo.
S. S. Alamcna for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrlvcd July 4:
Bk, Amy Turner, henco July 1U
PORT TOWN8END Arrived, July 5:
Schr. Alice McDonald, henco Juno 14.
SAN PEDRO-Sallcd July 4:
Yachts Hawaii, Lurllnc, Lady Maud
and Gwendolyn, all for Honolulu.
OUAM-Arrived July 5'
U. S. S. Maine and Alabama, henco
WIRELESS From S. 8. Hlloiilnn,
July 5, S p. in., 300 miles from Ho
nolulu: will arrive Wednesday.
BAN FRANCI8CO Sailed July 6:
U. S. A. T. Thomas, for Honolulu.
K ARRIVED W
Monday, July A.
Stmr. Mouna Kea, Freeman, front
Hllo, 9 a. m.
P. M. S. 8. Mongolia, Morton, from
San Francisco, for Orient, 9 a. m.
Sunday, July 5.
Stmr. Despatch, Kokurwltz, for Ma
kawcli. U. S. A. T. Sheridan, Stlnson, for
; is & m & m k k k at 38 k n a
X SAILING TODAY .
P. M. 3. 8. Mongolia, Morton, for Or
ient, S p. m.
& W K is-it aMMKKKKaHKM
Per P. M. S. S. Mongolia, Morton,
for tho Orient, C p. m., July 6. MIbs
,. Janet G.tult, MIbs A. J. Foster, A.
V. Griffith nnd wife, C. F. Fltts, Ellz
nbeth A. Freney, Lcong Yow, Rov.
David Russell, U A. Allalno, W. E.
Burke, 39 Japanese, 28 Chlncso and 1
d WATERFRONT NOTES
THE SHERIDAN arrived yesterday
morning from Manila nnd tho Orient
with over 500 passengers on board,
hound for San Mranclsco, Fifty moro
went out on her when sho sailed yes
terday evening for tho Coast. On tho
trip oor from tho Orient, she had two
deaths: aboard, and ran Into tho tnll
ond of a typhoon.
ARRIVALS THIS week nro expect
ed as follows: Mongolia and Arlcon
tin today; Glacier, AJax, tomorrow;
Hllonian, Arcthusa, Panther, and
Yankton, Wednesday; Korea and Tux-
an on Thursday, and the Relief, Cut-
goa and Alameda at tho week end.
THE NOEAU, from Hnmakua, re
ports copious rains throughout tho
whole 'district. It rained so hnrd
Thursday and Friday that tho vessel
was unable to get u full load of sugar
and brought hut 2900 hags.
THE IIEI.ENE from Hawaii jester
day brought 8000 bugs ot Hanmku.i
sugar for T. II. Da vies & Co., 73 head
of cattle from tho Parker Ranch for
tho Metropolitan Meat Co., and 10
bales wool. .
ALEXANDER YOUNG Is planning
lo build a surfing cunoo by connecting
two of tho largo Hawaiian canoes, put
ting n cabin on top, nnd propelling
them by means of n gaBolIno engine.
THE MIKAHALA from Maul and
Molokal ports yesterday brought u
small general freight nnd thirty head
of cattlo from tho Molokal tanch for
tho Metropolitan Meat market.
CAPTAIN BENNETT of tho Claud
Inc Is having his vacation and Captuln
Nelson took tho Clamlluu on her last
THE BRITISH balk Edinburgh and
tho French bark Rochamhcau aro both
romo days out ot I.clth for this port.
THE HONGKONG MARU, which
went nground oiv the China Coast ro
reutly, was floated on Juno 17th.
Tho Hawaiian Kennel Club hafl
secured the right tn use In connec
tion with Its bench show, to bo held
hero during tho Htny ot tho Fleet,
fctei copt Iron views of the winners uf
the MndUon Square Bench Show,
Now York. Tho views havo recently
liocu exhibited In a bench show at
Oakland, and nro to como down here
nt once, much tn tho gratification ot
many dog fanciers.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
to yourself and let' ns build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll haveJt ready
in no time, and the price will be to
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done It, however: to
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
. . . King near Alapal.
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