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EVENING IIULLENN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, JULY" 8, 190S.
" WEEKLY Mi Er'DtR
Oc'oinlc Third Degree.
I'M I V
Pe faction -1-tth Ucgree, 7 p. m
Lei Aloha No. 2 Regular.
All rutting members of (be
onlr re eordlally Invited to
tttnnd mutingsof local lodges
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ever) Uoudnr evenlnf 61
7'.80 In I O O V Hull. Fort Street
II R HENDRY, Secretary.
BEN. V. VICKKRS, N. O.
Alt TliltloR brothers vory cordially
MT3TI0 LODOE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Maate every 2d and 4th Tueidaj
of each mouth nt 7:20 p. in. at K. P.
Hall, eorner Fort and Oeretanla SU.
Visiting Urothera cordially weloome.
W. L. LYLE. C. C.
V. WALDRON, K. of R. & 3.
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meat every firat and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Tort and tleretanla. Vliltlng
brother cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DBERINQ, C.C.,
JA3. W. WHITE, K.U 3.
HONOLULU LODOE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Mom. I i i udge Nc. 616, H. P. O.
8. -ll i ct-t in tholr bull on King
PHI nrl I ut nvi--y Friday viin
IK n i i f "He fc It
HENRY C. EA3TON.
tt'M 'I McINERNY. E. R.
Vm X KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.of P.
tlMV rrs Saturday evening at
.10 i ))(. in K of P. Hall, cor.
trt mtuI iHrUnla Visiting broth
- - KiMjtfillf Invited to attend.
- W L KRAZKE. O C,
6 JACOIJBON. K.R3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. B.
M-u on tiu" -'nil ml 4th WEU
NKKDW teuliiaa of eacn month at
;:3i o cluck in ! of P Hall, corner
leroUnia and Fort streets.
Visiting Engl" ar Invited U at
W I- b RAZEE. V., Prest.
II f MUORE, Sooy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
ilsnts sr'TT ''tit and third Thure
tiiyi of ico ujunth at Knights nt
Pythiun Hall Visiting brothers cor
lUlly Invito 'o attend.
I W .ASCII, Sachem
A a. MURPHY. Cot K.
Pacific Photo Gallery
PACIFIC PHOTO GALLERY
Beit and latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAMOTO, Manager,
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies on Hand
17 Hotel St. Tel. 471.
F; 8. Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
Urging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & BetheL
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLEIb
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spate Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING. PAPERHANGINO AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wal' Taper, Paints, Oils,
Eto. P. 0. Bos 914. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, ragr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
' Jons by the
1th their new FRENCH dry cleaning
26 B:.-etanla 8L Phone l9t.
KEEP IT IN
THE BEER WITH
AND LESS ALCOHOL.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
j FOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
Cut for jou, from jour own meas
ure. It don't iit any more, In faot
jou savo.moncj", because jou get sat
Isfactlon If )ou have a fault In jour fig
ure 76 do I will hide It for you.
Our suits at Xwenty-flve Dollars
have no comparison. There Is no ex
cuse to be slovenly attired when for
the same money jou can be well
GEO. A." MARTIN,
adds so much of comfort and enjoy
ment to the home tliat it is almost
BEROSTROM MUSIC CO,, LTD.
CENTENNIAL'S BEST FLOUR
New Shipment in on the Arizonan.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
5c CIGAR 5o
M. A. Gunst & Co.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatic and soil con
ditions. OFFipE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel. 430.
Special baskets and bouquets pre
quets prepared for 0-pheum and Op
MRS. E. M, TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Phone 339.
JoLw'ksin W fill n
C&SIHLJ ill v
4C29mb 1 1 1 1 I
iATrlAl til I
WrraMWsM 1 h X
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Auto at hack fart. Tel 361.
Call 361 or 41, day or night, for
Mnmlel K. Richards in his new Frank
Deputy Sheriff 6f'Kapia, who enmo
hero list Saturday morning, will ro
turn to his post on Thursday
L. I.. Harding and J. V. Uojlo of
the internal Hecmto offlcd, wcro
among tho pasecngtrs who left for
Among the passengers who left for
their homes on Kauai jesttrdny wcru
nidge. Wm Werner. Rev Kaullll,
Judgu Kapnlieu and mnornl otliois.
tlont your liou roots with "Arabic
Yoj will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservatlvu properties. California
Feed Co , ogonU. ,
Have you seen it? The new Uni-
ersal Adding Machine. Come in ntd
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co., Ltd.
, Continued from Pose li
tho States, who will sojourn hero on
a visit to frlLiuls.
1'iomlncnt through iinsscngcrH :An:
Hon. Thomas J. Ollrlen, Unlteil
Stntcs Ambassador to Tokyo, who Is
en routo to hln homo nt draml Rapids,
Michigan on a short visit, and will re
turn to Japan la Europe.
8 Slh enstone, agent of tho Pacific
Mali S. S. Co. at Hongkong, nccom
panled by Mrs. SlherMonu and their
(.on, McUlllo, en routo to California
Mr. Sllvcratono is nuay from his lui
portant post on a six months leave of
Leo Allen Uergholi, Consul of tho
United States at Canton, accompanied
by his mother, Mrs. Maiy M Ilerg
hoi? Is en route to New York on a
Juol C. Whitney, a prominent mer
chant of Chicago, who has been on a
business tour to the Orient. Ho is
returning to his headquarters at the
Christian E. Stegmaler of Wilkes
barre. Pa, accompanied b his wife,
nie returning from an extended tour
of the Orient,
Commander Hen W. Hodges. U. S.
N., who was lately detached Irom tho
Asiatic fleet, is enrouto to his homo
Surgeon J. M. Mlnter, U. S. N is
en routo from tho China station to
Dm Id Macllomo. well known In
commeillal circles in China, is taking
a vacation nnd la enrouto from Amoy
to his homo in England. Ho will so
journ with friends lor a while at It in -llngton,
Alfred" A. llaxtcr, well known in
commercial circles in San Francisco,
Is returning from a business trip to
Lieutenants Von Doernbcrg and
StefTens of tho imperial Germany
navy, aro on a tour of the world, en
routu to tnctr nomes nt Kiel.
The Messrs. A. O. and C. Cerlann,
accompanied by Mrs. Antonio Ccrlaua
and Mr. Gottcland of Turin, Italy, aro
pn a tour of the world, and will visit
tho States en route.
Mr. and Mrs. James U. Craig nnd
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Orr of Aus
tral!!, will visit the Const and Nov
York on their way to Europe.
Mr and Mrs. Musson of London, ac
companied by Mrs. Galbralth, aro re
turning lioni a tour of the world.
Mcsbrs. August Degenhardt, Fritz
ulose, are en routo from tho Orient to
their homes at Hamburg.
Mr nnd Mrs. Don R. Meyer of Los
Angeles, are returning to their home
nftr a pleasure trip to China nnd
Mr and Mrs. Potor J, Werley, of
Doulder, Colorado, aro also on route
to their home, after-making tho round
trip on the Korea.
Mrs. St.eluer of San Francisco, and
Miss Caroline. I, Morgan of New York
accompanied by Miss Invlnc. of New
York are returning after Bojournlng
n number ot months In Japan.
Messrs. Aif of Canton, Arlsou of
Seoul, Doltz of Manila, Ruchart of
North China, A. C. Crawford of Noith
('hint Iln fhnrleK i.yon nnd A. K.
l Hall ot North China, Dr. A. G. Wei-
' lirtll lif lull lit 1 1 4iJ ir1tjtt ti ii 1i. sttt
uuu Muj'uii tin ui n ti vm iiatu utvn
engaged in missionary work In the
Orient for the past number of jcars,
tiro returning, accompanied by their
families, on a visit to tho States and
Robert E. Hatilcy, a well known
mining man of. Bail Francisco and tho
coaBt, accompanied b Mrs. Hanley,
Is returning from a business trip to
Union K. Utsuml of Tokyo is on
routo to ntckburg, Mass, whero ho
will enter collgo.
Dr. J. Van Vlock and H. M. Wheel
er of Los Angeles oie returning Irom
a plcasuro trip to tho Orient.
W, It. Dnrttof San Francisco and
James R. Hopkins of St. Joo, Mo, uio
returning from a business trip to tho
Joseph Farquharson of Aberdeen,
Scotland, Mr. and Mrs. Goldschclder
of London, Mr Hugo V. Pedcrsen of
Copenhagen, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Ross
of Johannesburg, John 11. Wlshart of
Hongkong, and Arthur II. Walto ot
London, aro nil en routo fiom tho Oi
lent to Europe.
Charles J. Shoemaker, n prominent
citizen of the anthracito coal region
of Pcnnsjlvanla nt Wilkesbarro, Is re
turnln gctreaaasptt hmrflhmrf lufl
turning after n ploasure trip to Japan,
& Moct Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "niTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W;Ahana Co.,
62 8 KINO 81, , ri, iHONE 525.'
vour eyes never give you the slight
est trouble, this ad. is not for you.
If they DO, take them to
A. N. SANFORD,
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per P. M. S. S. Korea, Dixon, from
Ynknlinmn. 11 n. m -I.ir Ifntwiltiltl
k. Abo, Mrs. J. ILAthcrtonyMisr, K.
Atherton, E. A. Rowers, U. I. IlnWn,
Miss s. r. naxmin, N. 1 ukuda, Mlt-H'
J. Gullck, E. Hlgo. CI. A Jordan. M.
K'amljaina, E. Kunkl, M. Kuyama, L.
MacClregor, Miss L. MacGregor, K.
Mljamoto, Mrs. C. E. Morgan, I). Mil-
inknmt, S. -Olinntil. K Salto. K. Sn-
hakl, Mrs. P. S. Slclner, T. Takahntn.t,
J. W. Wnldron, Y. Wnshlzawn and
wrvnnt: Through: Rev. A. Alf, Mis.
A Alf nnd 2. children, Miss Winifred
Alf, MIbs Mildred Alf, Master Wilfred
Alf, Master Alfred Alf, W, Asay, Mrs.
W. Asay, O. R. Avtson, Mrs. O. It. Av
Son, Master Walter A'vlson, Misttr
Martin Avlson, Master Douglas Avi
.on, Mnster Edward Avlson, Master
Rnjmond Avlson, A. A. Uaxtcr, Leo.
Ilergholz, Mrs. Leo Ilergholz, 1). T
lllack, J. D. 'Ruchart, Mrs. J. 11. Iln
rhart nnd 2 children, W, II. Hurt, A.
Ceilano Mrs. A. Cerlano nnd maid,
C. Ccilnnu, O. Cerlnno, J. 11. Craig,
Mrs. J. II. Crnlg, O. C. Crawford, Mm.
O. C. Crawford, Miss Murgaret raw
ford, Miss Lorotta raw ford, Rev. P.
Doltz, Mrs. P. Doltz, Infant and serv
ant, Mrs. Doo Slice, A. Degenhardt,
Joi Farquharson, W. C. Forbes, Mm.
GalbinUh, II; (loldscheldi r, Mrs. II.
Goldschclder, A. Gottoland, II. F.
Haines, Mrs. II. V. Halms. Dr. A. K.
Hall, R. E. Hanley, Mis. It. E. Han
lev, Mrs. S. Hntal, child and servnnt,
Mrs. M, Hempstcnd, Comd'r. W. IJ
Hodges, U, S. N.. Mrs HolNiun. J. It.
Hoiklns, Miss Olive S. ltojl, .Miss A.
Y. Irvine, J. Klose, Mrs Kong, Mrs,
Leung Kuiu Slice, Low Chlcl. S.i, Dr.
Chan, l.jon, Mrs. Clias l.jon, J. do
Luzurtagn, Hector de l.imirlng.i, 1).
Mcllallle, Dr. Kato McMillan, lkn It
Mejer. Mrs. lien 11. Mejei, Dr. J. M.
Winter, MIeh Mitchell, Miss K Mitch
(II, Miss C. L. Mrgan nnd maid, Mr.
Mantcllt, C. J Musson, Mrs C J.
Musson, Ng Wal rung, A Melon, 11
E. Hon T. J. O'llihn American Am
bassador, T. M. Orr, Mm. T M Oir,
Mrs. Jos. S. Peck, II. V PeterMi.i, Mrs
It. Powers, O. Rlc.ird. Miss P Row.
land, N. A. Ross, Mm. N A. Ross, A
Sclioenllcht, Mrs. L. A. Scaton, Prof.
F. A. Shattuck, C. J. Shot maker, S
Sllverstono, Mrs. S Sllverslono, Mas
tor M. Sllverstone, Miss M. Splvey,
Miss A. L. Snook, Lieut. StefTens. t
E. Stegmaler, Mis. C. E Stcgnnler,
O. Sternberg. MWs M. A. Tnto, A. II.
Tlgh, R. Underwood, L. Utsuml, J. D.
Van VIeck, Ll"it. Von Doinbcrg, A. 11.
Walto A. G. Wellwrn, -Mrs. A. G. Wei
bon and Infant, Master Harry Welbon,
Miss Barbara Welbon. J. P. Werlej",
Mrs. J. P. Werley, II. M. Wheeler. J.
t .i f -
Dr. Liebig, the fafnous German chemist, calls it " liquid
The alcohol in beer is only a trifle 2 1-2 per cent,
in Primo Beer.
The effective ingredients are barley and hops a food
and a tonic. - : 1
- In Germany, Holland, Sweden, Denmark,and Austria,
beer is .the national beverage.' Nearly all people, of all
ages, drink it. i -
" And all the world envies their sturdy strength.
Primo Beer is brewed from the best barley malt,
hops, and artesian water.-
It is good for the convalescent and the well. It is good for you.
HONOLULU BREWING & MALTING" CO.,
HAN-FRANCISCO. Calif.. July 7.-
from' Ihoi Fleet Tit 9 o'clock this cvenllg The battleships were elglity
flvo miles out nnd going at ten Itiuiti In squadron form itlon. Finn win
ther wns icported.
m i i a
Democrats To Urge .
Land Law Extension
DENVER, Colo, July 7 Delegntq Vnthon of Hawaii la urging n
plank calling for the extension tif tho land laws to that Territory. New-
lauds is backing him.
HOT SPl'tlNGS, Ark., July 7.---The RepuIilU.m Nallonnl Commltkn
will meet here Wcdneidiiy. It Is believed that llllcluotk will lie elided
thalrnmn and McKlnlay trensuter.
NEW YORK, N. Y., July 7. Tlielo Is n hot wave pissing over this
part of the country. In this city today wgio tweutj-thrco deaths from
sunstiokc nnd lufudreds of heat prostrations.
110STON, Masa , July 8. Thoio vvcie two deaths fiom sunstroke
and thirty known prostrations today. '
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., July 7. Tlielo were twelve deaths from hint
PARKER AND BRYAN OPPOSITION
DENVER, Colo , July 7. The committees working In opposition to
Urinn nro centering on the Credentials Committee. Tho Guftey faction
of the Commlttic on Organization has named Clajton for permanent
Judgo Parker Is urging tho adoption of the Gompcrs antl-ltijunctlon
C. Whitney, J 11. WUhart, Yo Kwong
Hlng, tl. N. Weed.
OC X :c M M K Jl 5 :; 5S fc X J5 11
JI K fc, K if 3 1; JC 3S K M ii It It li K
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Nawillwlll. July 7. 5 p m. W. T.
Rawlins. J, 1). White. A. S. Wilcox
and wife, R. C. Quartos, Judgo W. J.
Kobluson. J. II. K. Knlwl, Miss Esther
Kalul, Hannah Cook, L. L. Harding,
R. Ivors, J. W. Do) lo and servant, I).
0. May, W. 11. Hlco, Allan Wilcox,
Mr. llruce, W. Wnrnor, 8. W. Kauauoe,
S. K. Kaullll, J. K. Kapuulal, Willfam
Por stmr. Mlkahala. Self, for Molo-
knl and Maul, July 7, 5 p. m Y. Won
Hlng, Judgo Hnjcs nnd wlfo. Dr.
Haves, Mrs. Mojor, Mrs. Geo. Lucas,
Abide Lucas, Clarcnco Lucas, Violet
Lucas, India Wnjbon
S Mil It S Jt )! X R K K !l K X a
Per S. S Hllonlan, for San Fran
cosco. July 14. Miss Gertrude K.
No sane man would advocate the excessive use
spirits; and only a fanatic would class beer as such.
A wireless message was received
.. i m '
llrown, C. V, White, F. C. Chalmers,
Miss V,K. Sarles, J. Dutot, W. E.
Chambers' and patty (2), Miss Mn
goon, Lnnl Mngoon. D. Forbes and
party, Mrs A. F. Ilojd, Miss Helen
Llslo, Miss Ruth Huntington, Chlug
With Chan, Chlng Hung Ynit, It. A.
Rubbing, Miss A. E. Sivoy, Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Reed, J. Optergolt, Mis.
Opforgclt nnd two children, E. M.
WaUion, Dr. U. McV. Mackall, Mis.
Tomllnson, Miss L Kong, Y. T Low,
Miss M E llrown. Miss M. E. Foltz.
M. R. Smith, Miss A. W Rlmlok. Win
11 Watson, Miss E. MeOiegnr, Mlbi
Claire UeckO, Miss Stephens.
Por P. M. 3. S. Korea, UKon, for
San Francisco, July 8, S p. "in Mrs.
J. II. Thomas, Miss M. M. Thomai,
Miss Isabel Ihomas, II. Engcts, Miss
A. C. Rogers. Miss II. F. Rogets, II.
A. Fnliwiathcr nnd wife Miss E. M.
Fiilrwealhor, J. S. Sllv inherit, J.
Schweitzer, 8. S. Litchfield, Miss Em
lly L. Kora, C. W. Shearman, R.
Schocnfeld, J. T. Ollmartln, Mrs.
Sehoitifcld, Lion Honlgsbcrger nnd
wife, Jos. Eichwalil, Miss Feldmnnn,
JIIsb Wredln, Miss 0. E. Constant,
A. M. Lockrldgo and wife. Miss Ran
is a strengthening food.
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Wcdnejdiy, July "
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jul 7
America Maul, Tor Honolulu.
MAN FRANCISCO-Arrlved July S:
S. S AliBkati, from Ktihtilul, Jiiih
38 K X K X 5 X 38 K X, 3C it R M
Ttiesilny, Jqly 7.
U. S. S. Glacier, II"a'R, limn San
1'. M. S S. Koiea, Dixon, rnim Yo
kiilinmn, 11 n, m.
A.-II S. S. Texan, fiom Sin Fran
ilsto, 10:30 n. in.
Uklno. S. (I. Wilder, It Jackson,
irom Sim Francisco, 'J :i ni
K X K X K SC i X 30 55 39 3t K 3i M X
iCKXXKDCKKMM 3C 35 W 3l X X
Tuohday, July 7.
Stmr. Dispatch, Kokorwltz, for Kn
nuapall, p. in.
Stmr. W 0. Hall, Thompson, for
Kiiital, S p. m
Stmr. Mlkahala Titllctl, for Maul
and Molnkal, C p m.
Wednesday, July .
llkttie. Marj Wlnkelni'inn, for S in
Francisco, lln in
el 3 M ;C X X X M 3 S 3S ii 3C V. Jt )t
tf SAILING TODAY L
M K SI 35 34 W M il 3C K if 3t J & it X 5t
P. M. S. 8. Korea, Dixon, for Sai)
Finnclvco, 5 p m.
THE DESPATCH sailed for ICiianv
pall last evening, on what Is prolnbl)
her Inst trip In those Ishuids Sho
Is going out for BU-tnr for the Arlrou
u tt ti :t t: t: :: :: :: u u i: :t :: :: t:
ilnll, A. 11 Woods. II. A Dotj nnd
Wife, Mis. Cross, Miss Luttmcr. E G
Dulsenbcrg. Mls Florence Patton,
MIi.scn Wallace Miss Mabel Diane
MIbs Hasforth, Miss Helen Llslo, Mb.s
Ilruco Huntington, 11 L Mur, Mis
Mnrx, C. F. Eckart wlfo and two chll
ilren, Mr. Armstrong, Gen I). Hell "imf
wife, Morris Alcxrod. I. Rosenberg
wlfo and 2 children, Mrs AV. C. Wll
der J M Fuller, Miss LIU Kong, Mrs
J. M. Tomllnson, Mrs. Fullbroo't, Miss
Kuto Kelly, .Mm ltoiul, Miss llond
GET IS EXT
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll havaJt ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it We've done it, however; so
Charles D. Walker .
Bot and Machine Works,
King near Alatml
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