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Oceanic Third Degree
Perfection 14th Degree, 7 p. m
Ltl Aloha No. 2 Regular.
All rUltltiR members of be
order r cordlallr Invited to
Htend rwUlngsof local lodRs
RARMONY LODQL, No. 3, L 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:10 In I. 0 O. V Hall, Fort Street.
H H HENDRY. Secretary.
nB5. P. VtOKEHS. N, U.
Alt visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIO I0DQE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday,
of each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and fleretnnla Sts.
VUltlnc Brothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. C.
F. WALDRON, K. of R. & 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Tort and Doretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEERINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.R.S.
ffONOI.ULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
trtnoiiiiii 1mne No. 616, U. P, O.
i ', win r-wi In their hall on King
lour Poii mi v-y F'lday oven
ug ti wii" i r tnt t. K
IIKN'RY C. EASTON,
VVM M Mr-INKRNY. E. R.
Vm. M'SIHLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
3fi -o'olors In K of P. Hall, cor.
Vrt and Uor-l.min. Visiting broth-
M-.rdinlly Invited to attend
W I, FRAZEE. CO.,
fi A JACOUSON. K.R.B.
lOSOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. B.
.u.-ii nn Ih 2nd and 4th WED-
.tESDAf evening of eacn month at
J: 30 o'clock In K. of P. Hail, corner
..rctnnla and Fort streets.
Vleltlng EhbIh are Invited U at
nd, W L r'KAZEE. W.. Prest.
II T MOORE. Secy.
UWAUAN TRUE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
)Uu fry ilt and third Thurs
ays of ouch mouth at Knights of
'ythlnn Hall Visiting brothers cor
lUlly Invited 'O attend.
1 W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, O. of R.
. Pacific Photo Gallery
PACIFIC PHOTO GALLERY
Best and latest method of photogra-
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAM0TO, Manager.
4000 Oeen Roofing Slate 10"xl6".
600 One and Two Prong Iron Fence
,1 26-gaIlon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges
for 12- Wrought Pipe.
EHHELUTH & CO., LTD.,
ItS King StTeet Pbone 211
F. $. INagami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo-
HOTEL ST. bet. Nnuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETfc
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs,
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING. PAPERHANGING AND
firneral Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
Etc. P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala" Park. W. B. Kara, mgr.
, I -he v eeklv riltlon o the Evening
0iiiii gives a ompl't summary cf
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
KEEP IT IN
THE BEER WITH
AND LESS ALCOHOL.
j It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR, FORT AND KINO STS.
Cut for you, from your own meas
ure: It don't cost nny more, In fact
jou save money, because you get sat
isfaction. If 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 can be well,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delioious Cakes and Candies on Hand
17 Hotel St. Tel. 471.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatic and sail con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel. 430,
' 5c CIGAR 5o
Ms A. Gunst & Co.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.,
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
25? B:reUnl 8L
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Who lias foom for another board
er Answer through a'Bulletin
FREE CAR RIDES. -f
f "I want to know If tlio people
f- of this town are liberal enoiiRh -f
f to contribute, funds to onablo tho
- boys ir tlit Fleet to liao free
l Ides on the street cars," said
Richardson of tlio, Transportation
f Commlttca today,. t
"Wo need about 31G00. I have 4
$400 already uiiliscrlbedi Wo
f ought to give tlio boys tlio free- -t
t dom of (lie cars. Why. should tlio r
people not conio to tlio front n -f
f few dollars cat?"
4- Tlio II nl lot In will receive
t- any monevs, for this good pur-
f poso nnd turn It out to Richard-
boil ' -f
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 361,
A leward of fti Is offered In tills
Issue fur the return of u brooch.
Get Allegrettl's chocolate creams.
Jutt'arrlved. Benson, Smith A. Co.
W. A. Ilaldwln of Wulluku Is to un
dergo an operation for nppeiullcltls.
Meals nre being sorved regularly as
usual at tho Royal Annex. "Scottys."
Read tho special summer offer by
tho Voloano llouao In another column
of this Issue.
Call 361 or 41, d'ay or night, for
Manuel K. Richards In his now Frank
Tlio Hnnallan band will play nt Kn-
lianko mission this evening at 7:30, a
Coat your lion roofs with "Arabic"
You will be surprised nt Us culling
und preservative properties. California
Feed Co., ngenta.
nave you sten itt The new Uni
venal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co., Ltd.
rnssengcrs wno arrived tins morn
Ing by the it. P. Rlllict are: .MIsh F.
ChlckerliiR, Miss H. Hyatt, Miss M.
Clausen, und Miss A. I'ulzko.
Mark P. Robinson, the new presi
dent of the Doard of Health, was at
Ills duties yesterday. Assisted by Dr.
Cofer, be was getting on to tho routine
of the olllce-woik.
Sergeant 12. S. Harry, under orders
from Col. J. W, Jones, Is stringing up
flags across tho streets today, In most
nrtlbtlo fashion. Thti Bcrgcant has
qulto an ejo for tlio trim and ship
shape, though ho Is it soldier, and nut
n sailor, and Is seeing that the Job U
This afternoon or tomorrow morn
ing, tho "shootlftg gallery," or rllle
ruugo which has jiibt been erected
near tho Armory, Is to be tinned over
to tlio National Guard, nftcr an Inspec
tion by U. 8. Engineer Capt. Otwell.
The rango Is all ready for dse, nnd
only tho red tapo needs to bo tied up.
At tho rate of 1 cents per cubic
yard, Rufua A. Lyman has sold to the
lltlo Railroad Company tho right to
tako rock and gravel from tlio Puna
Quarry, which Is about 40 miles from
Illlo.-After they hnvo taken 50,000
cubic yards from the quarry, It Is stlp
ulatcd that'tho rate shall bo ono cenl
per cubic yard. Tho duration of tlmo
named In the contract Is 12 cars.
CALL IS ISSUED FOR
Tho Republican party Is getting
ready Its organization In prcpniatlon
for the coming campaign, and from
now on the political bal'l will begin
to roll with steadily gathering Impe
tus. Today the County Committee
Issued the call for nominations and
election of officers of tho various pre-
clncts within the Fifth and Fourth
Districts. Tho nominations will bo
made next Friday evening, nlid the
elections will bo held on the evening
of Friday, July 17. Tho call which
has been Issued specifically states tlio
meetlng-placei for each precinct, so
that there- can bo no excuse made ns
to Ignorance on this score, ns has
been the caso on former occasions.
WOODS SEES TRUSTEES
Jcbb Woods yostcrday saw tho trus
tees of the Honolulu Uaseball League,
to arrange matters witli them for tho
use of tho grounds, and for other de
tails, while tho Reach All-Amorlcau
team which he Is handling, is In this
city during February next. Ho had
somo hitches, on tho matter of per
centages, but left with tho under
standing that ho will bo hcio with tho
hoys and play ball on his return trip
from tlio Orient to tho Slates.
Tho crowded houso at tho Orpheum
last night 'showed their appreciation
of tho lino acting that was -again dem
onstrated by tho cntlro company.
"A Bachelor's Romance," a comedy
diiima, was cry well presented and
certainly speaks well for tho company
ns It was put on as well as at any
tlmo by tho original company on tho
Coast. It would surely pay ovcryono
to enjoy an evening boforo this play
Is taken off at tho theatre
Eugene Prlpgle, oldest member of
tho Jackson ccimiy (Michigan) bar,
and foundor ot tho "under tho oak"
mass meeting, ut vvhtcli tho Republi
can pnrty wns fprmod In 1851, ded at
Bulletin Business Office Phono 256,
Bulletin Editorial Eoom Phone IBS,
vour eyes neVer give you the slight
est trouble, this ad. is not for. you.
If they DO, take them to
A. N, SANFORD,
X WATERFRONT NOTES
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
CNTRANCl? SAN FRANCISCO HAR
San Francisco Light-Vessel, No. 70,
pago 14, No. 25 (t.lst.of Lights, lluoys.
and Daymnrks, Pacific Coast, 1908,
iiagu 22). Stationed about 3 1-1 miles
nutsldo the bar off tlio entranro to San
Francisco Jiarbor, 10 7-8 miles 234 deg.
50 mln. (8V. 7-8 W.) from Foil Point
Light House, nnd about "00 feet north
NMird of tho rango lino marked by
Fort Point Light and Alcntinx Mght.
Jiinu 24 Light-Vessel No. 70. was ic
placed nn hcri station and tho gas
lighted buoy, temporarily marking tho
station was withdrawn June 27,
No chniigo has been made In Light
Vessel No. 70 as to tho characteristics
of her lights, fog-signal, or general np
II)' order of tho Mght-Houso Doard.
THI2 STI2AMKR Klnau mrhed this
morning from Knnal. with tho follow-
ing freight, us shown In Purser Grubo's
report: 25 head cattle, 20 barrels
honey,,.6 empty gas drums, 22 bags
taro. 13 boxes pears, and 45 packages'
CAPTAIN JOHNSON of tho Hllon
Ian sent aloha to the press jeslerday
by way of the Knhiikii station, when
ho was 830 miles off port. Ho will
probably bo in with Ills boat (omoriow
TIH2 MAUNA KI2A, Nocau and
Llkcllko wero Inter-Island departures
at noon, tho former on her regular
run, the Noeati for Honokaa and Kit
kulhaele, nnd tho Llkellkc for Hawaii.
Till: DESPATCH camo In this
morning from Makawell, on what is
perhaps tho next to her last trip be
fore going up to tho Coast, and off her
present run In theso Islands.
Till: FRKNCH cruiser Callnat Is
expected hero from tin New Hebrides
late In October, on her way homo to
France. Sho is to bo succeeded by it
larger vessel In tlio Pacific.
NO INSTRUCTIONS havu been re
cehed by the jiKonls, Duties & Co., In
regird to tho steamer Uuciaula, which
Is now blng In the harbor with coal
for tho big Fleot,
REST nOOTIIS aro, to bo put HP nt
the boat landings' by Superintendent
of Public Works Muibton Campbell,
THE MAUNA LOA arrived this
morning off her regular run with 591
bags of sugar and gencinl freight.
THK MIICAHALA and the W. O.
Hall sail on their regular runs this af
ternoon at 5 o'clock. ,
THE KINAU comes In from Kauai
ports early tomorrow.
THE K12 AU HOU sailed at 5 last
evening for Kuu.il.
SPRAY IS BOUGDT
BY CAPJAIM MILLER
Tho yaclit Spray, Admiral picker's
old flJgbhlp ,wns this lion sold lit auc
tion by Jas, 1. Morgan. Shu brought
only J130, although Bho was worth
about 12000 when she first went off
tho btocks, hut her ago and the lack
of demand for largo yachts as tha
Spray made it dillleult to 11ml u pur
chaser. Captain Mlllor wa3 tho purchaser.
Hu recently lost his pleasure yacht,
the Lady, uhlih was run on tlio reef
at Wnlanao ) tho famous soldier pir
ates, and the Spray will tako her placu
In Miller's fleet.
CAPT. DREW IS HERE.
Captain Drew of tho R. P. Rithet is
In town. Ho Is not married. Ho did
not bring his brldo with him, but he
has hopes, and ho Is engaged to n
charming young woman and tlicioforo
open to congratulations. Among tho
passengors on tho Rlthot this tilp arc
Miss Shirley llat, professor nt phys
ics at tho Unhorslty of California, t
daughter of Attornoy Chlckorlng of
San Fianclsco and Miss Uutzeke, u
teacher of German on her summer "in
cation. $10.00 REWARD
The nbovo reward will bo paid for
tho an est and conviction ot anyone
bteallng flags or decorations ot any
character from public buildings or
buildings owned by prlvnto Individ
uals, liy order of
Atlantic Flcpt Entertainment
A Mof t Excellent Assortment of
SHE BEST "FITTERS" 4IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
2 S XING SI. ' PHONE 525.
KAUAI WINE CASE'
I.lhiie, Knnal, July 4 Tho (lanlcii
Island won: At tho reipiest nf tli.'
Kauai Winn and l.tquor Co., thioilgli
Its attuino), W. A. Kinney, the Kami
Hoard of Liquor Commissioner held u.fii.u Company, which udhcies strltt
meetlng Inst Monday to llste.i to mi, lot. , fa , 7B ono wny
argument why tho application of tint . ,, . . . , .
co.porntlun tor a wnoleialo Heimi'"1 JUr' ,Ul0 mml. lr"'' Bas
should bu reconsidered. 10 ? in 1 rnnclsco 'Examiner.
As, will bo remomhorqil tho Hoar 1 1 To meet the demand of teachers
at Its meeting two weaks ago detldol , . nd others on the lookout for n vaca
tii tako tho application of tho Knual tinn trip, the Oceanic Company lias
Wlno and Liquor uo. until such mil"
nrf a decision should hnvo been rjtt jftrlollM nn,, $no tor tntt
ilored In n caso for alleged Sundivi ' ' . ., .,,
i ,i.ii. i. .. n, ni.n.i ,f .i... I I'M', and In rontcnncnro of
Mr. -Kinney admitted U. ,t tlio, ca,
poratlon had been foupil utility In the
Dlstiict Court but that did not settle
tlio nu6stlim of whotbi u breach of
tho lliiuor law had been (.uuiniltted., A
glnncu at tho transcript of tho evi
dence In the lower' court would con
vince nobody that such contradictory
testimony could not help hut acquit
ting tho defendant when tho case
camo to trial. This might, however,
not happen for sotno tlmo to come and
in tho meantime the company was tlud
down. Hu did not think it was a fair
thing to do und-united thnt the Iloaid
reconsider tho application and grant
It, tlio company was willing to accept
a condition that the Jlcenso should bo
null and void any time that declblon,
adverse to It in this case had been
Mr, Fnlieliltil pinporcd Hint, If .t
llcenso was granted, tho condition on
which It was allowed should hu insert
ed In tho license. Mr. Kinney called
Ibo attention of the Iloaid to the
dangerous precedent that this would
establish. An) body who hns a giudgo
against nn applicant might Insltt up
on clauses being Inserted which would
bo both unfair nnd hampering to tho
After Bomo discussion tlio Hoard
granted Knual Wine & Liquor Co. u
wholesale llcenso with tho condition
attached that should tlio decision At
the court fif last resort bo ndverse In
tho company, such llcenso should bo
eonsldeiud void and bo returned to the
OLD SHIPPER BACK
The burl: R. P. Rlthct nrrlved this
morning fiom San l'lnnclsco after n
good passage nf 13 dajs. Ill com
mand Is Capt. Drew, her old skipper,
well known heic. Shu hi ought four
-ciiii.uix-u1-1 j g-rr-sv. i-
BRYAN SURE OF IT
DENVER, Colo., July 6. Tho nomination of William Jennings Ilry
nn as tho Democratic candldnto for tho Presidency Is now nssuied. Tho
VIco Presidential nomination Is still unsettled.
The opening session of the lonveiitluit will bo hold nt noon Tuesday.
Judgo Parker, who was the Democrat
last election, is piepaied to deliver the eulogy to the njeinory ot (hover
Cleveland, eliminating lcferences to politics fiom his speech and tlolngi
away with what had been expected to be a clash between tho Hrynultes
and tho Oold Democrat!) over the muttri.
Kinney for Vice President
A William Klpncy boom as n eaiidld.ito for the VIco Picsiacnjy lias
I ecu begun among the assembled delegates.
Contests Are Settled
The National Committee hns bet tied the claims of the coutcstlng dol
cF.itlotis, Involving the lights ot sovei.ty-six delegates to their scats.
'ABE RUEFS BIG BOND
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July .O.Abojluef has been roleahed from
cuflody on a bond of one million Ilvt hundred and Bixty thousand dol
lais. Ills next tilal begins on the flf-tcenth of this month.
LINCOLN, Neb., July C Tbeodoio A, Hell of California, who lias
been selected as temporal)' chaliman of tho convention, arrived hero
from Denver today nnd called jipon IIr)nn.
NO SAN FRANCISCO DEMONSTRATION
SAN FRANCISCO, CillL, July C The Atlantic Fleet ot sixteen hat
tleshlps will sail for Honolulu tomoiiow. Thcio will be no demonstra
tion ut thu departmu of the battleships.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July G Secietary Garfield arrived hero to
day on the cruiser St, Louts from Honolulu.
fBlsvaNcaB" MEYRICK .W
balance. They do not ride uf on one
side, or bind in Lite buck, or pinch in front,
of .sajj away i'roin the neck. isc. . for sic
CI.ULTT, I'h MlOItr ft COMPANY, Iru) , X. Y.
Our equinment fpr producing it includes Steam at all hours, White
Suits for Milkers, Covered Buckets with Absorbent Cotton, Tail.Hooks for
Cows' Tails, Thorough Washiug of Udder, and Constant Skilled Supervi
sion. It costs, but is worth it. ,
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
PACIFIC MAIL BUCKS
OCEANIC CUT RATE
A special reduction In tho pabsen
;;i'V lute to nnd fiom Honolulu Hint
has been made by the Oceanic Com-
i.fny will not he met by the Pacific
m j0 rnto r $cr, to the Island mo-
lp, and In rontcquenro of this Hi
liner Alameda is illicitly booked full
or tho trip' of July 4th.
Round-trip tickets for Honolulu
.old beio by the Oceanic nnd Pacific
Mall Companies hnvo heretofore been
good on either linn for the trip back
to this city, hy nn cxpiess agree
ment, but the Paclllc Mall will not
iiucpl tlio ilval company'!! lcluru
tickets sold under thu special rate,
unless the holder pays nn additional
$20 to lnnko up for tho' reduction
mado by the Spiocl.els compnny.
This, however, doesn't seem to bo
worrying either the Oceanic Company
or the cxciiislonlsts who will go out
en tho Alameda.
a h x x m m k 2i ; si k a s
4 PASSENGERS BOOKED
K VI 3! 21 M Jt it X; X SI W M 15
Per stmrr'W. Q. Hall, Thompson, for
Nnwillvvlll, July 7, 6 p. iu.i-V, T.
Rawlins. J. D. White, A. S. Wilcox
and wife, It. C. (luarlc. Jndgo W. J.
Robinson, J, II K. Kulvvl, .Miss Esther
Kalvvl, Hannah Cook, L. J, Harding,
R. Ivors, .1. W. Uoyle and servant, I).
O. Slay, W. H. Ilice, Allan Wilcox,
Mr. llruco, V. Warner, S. W. Kauauoo,
S. K, Kanllli, J. K. Knpuulnl, William
Per stmr, Mlkahala. Self, for Moln
l,n I and Maul, July 7, S p. in. V. Won
lllng, Judgb IIaes mid wire, Dr.
Ilne8, Mrs. Mejer, Mrs. Oeo. Luciis,
Abblo Lucas, Clareiico Lucan, Violet
Lucas, India Waytou
With the exception of the Illnucbo
Mm tin case for bsliuU, which will
come up for trial on Ihe lfith, nil tho
criminal cases for thU term'nie pan
This w.as so stated tills morning by
Judge Robinson In the ninucho Mar
tin matter, which Is distinct from thu
one on which Attorney Humphreys Is
nrgulug, Juiy ttlal hns been waived.
Ic candidate for tho Presidency In tho
IN FOH PORTS
TABLE REPORT OF SAN
.Tues.lsy, JulV 7.
SAN FRANCISCO Arilved July
U. S. S. St. Louis, licnco Juno 23.
SAN FRANCISCO -Sailed July 7, 2
U. S. Fleet for Honolulu.
SAUNA-Sailed July I-
H. S. Virginian, for San fianclbco.
MONTEREY Sniloy. July fi:
H. H, RosecraiW, with b.ugo Monte
rey, for Honolulu.
X K it X H K 3C K 3t JOC K ;C 8 K X
Jt 31 M K J? a v k a v x w
Tuesday, July 7.
Am. bk. It. P. Rithet, Drew, fiom
San Francisco, u. m.
A.-U. S. 8. Despatch, Kokerwllz,
T.i, i ,.I h'..wcll, noon.
Stmr. Klnau, (Iregory, fiom Knual,
Stmr. Mnnnn Loa, Slmeismi, fnim
Hawaii nnd Maul, n. m.
a 3f a x a x sf 3 ss n ?t v. m jc x
K IS 3S 3? 3S K X 3t M it X K W X 5t X
. Tuesday, July 7
Stmr Mnunn Koa, Fieciuan, for Hllo
and way lmrls, at jioon.
Stmr. Noeati, Mitchell, for lloimka.i
end Kukiilhaele, at noon
W 38 M 3S X M K 3t X X X If 3f ;t
If SAILING TODAY "
it it H 3 V K 3f 35 K M 31 X 3t K K it
Stmr. W. 11. Hall, Thompson, for
Knual, at 5 p m.
Stmr, Mlkahala, Tiillcll, for Maul
and Mulokai, ut 5 p. m.
K 32 H it VL K X it H 3 h K 3f 31 &
H PASSENGERS ARRIVED "
rt K 58 a K a Jt 4(1 35 ?? 3 it ' 3t H X
I'd- S, s5. Mniina Loa, SlmeiHon,
from Kail, Koua and Maul, July 7. I).
A. Schloss, F. II. St. do.ii-, Mrs S. It.
Davis, MIhs J. C. Hlckock, J. S. Do-
Iiaghho, Miss 12. Wirt, Miss Qreen-
horno. Miss Allan, Tom Maitcnbon,
T. It. Robinson, A. Mason, Miss E. II.
Ilond, Mrs. 12. C. llond, M. D. Rod
ilgues, Joseph Leal, H. Richard, F. M.
Fee, J. Rlchaid, Sam Cummins, (1.
Pall, Miss E. Ionn, O. Cox. A. Co.
Miss II. Cox, Miss C. Cox. Miss Ka
walinil, F, R, CJieonwcll, .1, T, Men
donca, .Mrs. M. Sllva, J L. Sllva, F.
Sllvu, Mlsi It. Sllvn, Miss II. OIImi,
Wm McQuahl, SI. F. Scctt and wire,
W. W. Hi uner. It. Wallace, Mjs. It.
WallacA, MlbB V, Wallace, E. Kcllett,
It. A. Mc Wayne, Miss M, A. Sampson,
K. Shlba)ama, L. H. Conucas, 0.
Hermit, D. Sherwood, Geo. Clark, lieu
Clark. S. Chllllngwoitli, L. It, Ciook,
Jas. Ciovvs, Mrs. W, Lucas, Mis. J. L.
Holt, Miss M. Kiugcr, Miss I). Smith,
.Miss 12. Smith, Mlsi II. Robertson,
Miss C. Crows, L. A. Perry. Judgo F.
Andrade, W. Chllllngvvorth, W. Lucas,
W. J. Moody, 12. F. Dlenart, II. Wil
liams, Wi Jordan, Thou. Tieadway,
llarnej' Jo)-, W.-H. nice, 8r u. Scycl
ken, II. Fockc, J. McSwaiibcn, 12. C.
Per utmr. Klnau, Oicgory, from
Knual, July 9. Mrs. A. F. Knudboii
and maid, .Mrs. J. Cribble, Miss Mar
lon Hnstlo, Miss Malilo Hastle, Mrs.
Cii-ihlngliain, MIkh Holt Pong Knl, S.
Slilral, A. S. Wilcox, Miss Huntington.
.Miss Thomas, H. Andoriuatm nnd
daughter, E. l.aiigcr, H.unamoto, Oka
wa, Mrs. Kiikca, .Mrs. K. Hull, J. Nie
mann, "N. Freltas, Mis. J. SiiDtho, K,
Sill) thu, Mrs. J. Orubo nnd 22 dick.
K S K H )l K 31 X t V 3 V 31 35 3t
PASSENGERS DEPARTED X
3t 3S 30 3(1 3C ii ii ! X l M it M 3 St
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, rrLcinan, for
Maul pints mid Hllo, July 7, 1100,11 -
Mrs. J. F. Puco, Miss Mniy Lai
Young, Sam Pinker and fileud, A. Wil
der, J. A. (illtuan. Mis. A. .Mills, .Mlsti
M Aknu, Miss K. Akuu, Miss Tow,
Miss Peirlu, Ed)th Dunn, Mlbs Jul
iette Atheitnn, Miss Gnen, Mrs. (3.
F. Menlll mid (hlhl, D. II. Can.. M.
Cieeu, Mrs. Uiaellus ami child, Miss
Adulino K. l..Mor-e, Miss D. Hurt
well, Miss Maiy Anna SboHz, Mlsa
WUhelmlmi Sholtz, D. L. AUhtln, H.
Spltser, E. F. Dcimerdt, W. 1 San
born, J. Llglitfoot, Dr. Nokblneof, Lou
Kct, Samuel K. Y. Lee. Dr. David
Howell and wlfo, 2 daughters, Mlsa
Knthoilii Smith and filond, Jlli-s
Cl.uk, Miss Maxwell, W, E. Chambera
and wife, 11, M. von Holt and sou,
Mulct Atlicrton, I.nuu Atherton, Ruth
Richard's, Mis. Edgar Woody I Flcko,
Conrad t Alirens, A. D. LCNiacn, W.
Urinate, A. L, C. Atkliibon, Mr. Man
uel, T, T. Meyers nnd wlfo, Mrs. A.
Cliulat, Miss S. Chubb, Paul Ilarllml.
cmew, E. V. lliiithnlcmovv, G, P. Tu).
loch, II. W. Dnvvon, Chu Gay, Cliu
Dung, Chu L6m, Cliu Ming.
Per P. M. 6. S. Mongolia, for tho
Orient. July C Mlea A Jnnet (limit.
Miss A, J, Tostcr, A. r. Giimths mill
wife, C F Fltts, Elizabeth A. Foster,
Loong Vow, -Rev, David Russell, L. A.
Allntnc, W. E. nurko, 39 Japanese, 2S
Chlucso nnd 1 dopoit.
Per stmr. Nocau, Mitchell, for Ku
kulhaele, July 7, noon. Mrs. Duchol
sky and child.
SCOTTY MI28T0N stujed too long
on thu Mongolia when shu whs dm to
fall nnd bad to bo brought hack by
OET IN EXT
to yourself and let ns build that ca.
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind.
We'll have,4it readv
in no time, and the price (vill be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however; so
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near AlapaL
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