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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLpUJ, T. 1I THUR8DAV.-JULY 9, 11)08.
Oceanic Third Degree.
Perfection 14th Degree, 7 p. m
Lei Aloha No. 2 Regular.
All visiting member! of the
order are cordially Invited to
4ttend m Mnm of local lodge
'IAKM0NY LODGE, Ho. 8, L 0. 0. 1.
Met every Monday evening at
t n In I. o O. F. Hall, Fort Street
B R HENDRY. Secretary.
BN. F. V1CKER8, N. U.
All visum brothers Terr cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 3, K. 07 P.
Meets every id and 4 th Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, eorner Fort asd Deretanla Sts.
Visiting Brothers cordially welcome'
W. L. LYLE, O. O.
& WALDRON, K. of R. ft ft.
0AHU I0D0E, No. 1, E. of F.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEERINO, C.C.,
JA3. W. WHITE, K.R.3.
HONOLULU LODGE GIB, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, B. P. a
.. will meet In their hall on King
oear Fort sf-eet every Friday even
'ng M nrrtor of the K R.
HENRY G. EA3TON,
WM. H. McINERNY. E.R.
m. M'KINLEY LODGE Ho.8. K.of P.
tleeti every Saturday evening at
SO o'eloek In K. ot P. Hall, cor.
"ort and Beratanla. Visiting broth
n cordially Invited to attend.
W L. FRAZEE, CO.,
a. A. JACOD80N, K.R.B.
HONOLULU ASBIS 140, 7. 0. 1.
Ueeu on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening! of eaon. month at
J;M o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Trtanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eaglet art invited U at-
W. L. FRAZEB, W.,Preit.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
1AWAHAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
tays of each month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brother! cor
tlally Invited to attend.
A. I). ARLEIGH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, 0. of R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
PACIFIC PHOTO GALLEBY
Beit and latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
X. HAMAMOTO, Manager.
BEST AND Al ICE OREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies on Hand
17 Hotel St.
F. . Nagami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and. Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel
-THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST OUTLETb
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN OAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING. PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealen in Wall Taper, Paints, Oils,
Eta P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kara, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
Jont by the
ith their new FRENCH dry oletnlng
2S Bs.tttnlt 8L Phone 149L
KEEP IT IN
THE BEEB 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 get sat
isfaction. If you have a fault In your fig
ure 11 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 tame money you csn be well
GEO. A. MARTIN,
adds so much of comfort and enjoy
ment to the home that it is almost
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
CENTENNIAL'S BEST FLOUR
New Shipment in on the Arizonan.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
5c CIGAR 5o
M. A( Gunst fc Coe
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for 'all 'crops, climatio and soil con
OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwileij Tel. 430.
Special baskets and bouquets pre
quets prepared for Orpheum and Op
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Phone 339,
LOCAL AND; GENERAL
Who has room for another hoard'
ert Answer through a B u 1 1 e t i n
Auto at hack fare. Tel. Ml.
W. 0. llrcckons canio intoday
the Btenmcr ClmuHno.
Father Mnxlmln Is In town, having
como down on tho Clatidlnc.
Judge It. I'liukl ot Kapnn district re
turns to Ills post this afternoon.
F. 8. Weedon and W. R. Klnslea
were nmong tho arrivals In the Claud
Call 361 or 41, day or night, for
Manuel K. Richards In his now 'Frank
A. Gnrtley ot tho Hawaiian Electric
Co. la booked to leave for Kauai in
the Hull this afternoon.
All kinds ot beer, wines and mixed
drinks aro served In the best manner
at tho Fashion. Just Rive us a try.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic
Voj will be surprised at IttAcuolInc
and preservatlVM properties. CalltornlH
Feed Co., agents.
Tho oulck servlco that tho New
City Messenger' (Scrvlpo hnvc been
doing stneo they started In has been
tho subject of a great deal of com
ment In tho city.
(Continued from Paw U
In the world at present. And It Is ac
complishing wonderful results."
He went on to say that tho experi
mental stations In the various States
are popular now, as tho farmers real
ize that the scientists are trying to
produce better plants and better ani
mals for their work.
At the same time, there is the oth
er side, with which you and most peo
ple nro familiar that the business
side of farming has been largely neg
lected; or perhaps I should say that
stress has not yet been laid on It, us
it was more Important first to develop
better species and specimens of plants
and animals. Rut now the business
sldo Is becoming the Important sldo."
He freely Illustrated with concrete
examples all his 'points.
The point that by working alone,
disassociated from all his fellow
farmers, tho Individual farmer can
not succeed, Dr. Wilcox brought out,
speaking of the natural suspicious nt-
titudo of the agriculturalist, and his
enmity, In many cases, to new
thoughts and suggestions. He told
of a community In the Middle West
where potato-growers have a repre
sentative In the markets of the coun
try, to keep them Informed where
their Droduct Is needed. And he
contrasted an example In Qcorgla."!
where peaches spoiled on tho ground
where produced, and there was n fani-
ino for this fruit in Washington.
"As to the experiment Btntlon here,
I want to say that tho policies used
will not be changed in the least," he
After outlining the work of Inves
tigation and publication ot results,
as it hat been curried on right
through here, he said that tho War
Department has been Interested to
know what Hawaii could do for her
self In case of war, If she were shut
off from outBldo communication In
case of trouble, "It Is a thing which
ought to be considered very serious
ly," he said, "if communication
were-cut off, there would be a decid
ed scarcity of food here in n week or
two, nnd a panic would certainly en
sue shortly. With tho possibility of
growing everything on earth, staplo
things aro not produced In a quantity
needed by tho pcoplo as a whole.
"I suggest that you organlzo it
plan for securing here food Independ
ence, so to speak. Then you will be
In better shapo than ever before.
"It would bo expedient to teach
people merely how to grow tho sta'
pies, as potatoes, onions, and cab
bage, In tho prospect that In case of
trouble they might turn to this line
of work, and support themsolvcs."
Ho mentioned that thet lawns
which ho had noticed were so com
mon In the rlty might bo devoted, In
one corner at least, to raising vege
tables, which would bo at least moro
wholesome, than thoso secured from
tho markets or from peddlers.
lie declarod his Intention to de
velop those products which shall bo ot
particular advantage to Hawaii, clos
ing with the words, "Tho time has
coma when tho business man and the
farmer should be working together.
They should use the same methods, as
farming Is a business matter from all
but tho technical standpoint.'
"The Idea that 1 wont to leavo to
you Is that the business man and the
farmer get togothcr, both In a busi
ness and a pleasurable way, and seo
what they can do."
Washington, Juno G. Postmaster
General Moycr has decided to strike
still' another blow at anarchists and
anarchistic literature. Although sedi
tious publications am placed under the
ban whorovor .found In this country
and forbidden in, tho malls, It Is
learned that tho most rabid of foreign
literature comes Into tho United
Statos without 'much, f any trouble.
In order to meet this difficulty It
has been derided by the Postmaster
General to require) that publications
containing articles of questionable)
character shall submit translations In
English In order that it may bo deter
mined whether or not they are admis
sible to tho mails of thin country.
While this order has not yet been Is
sued and Its exact provision cannot
bo given, It Is looked for nt an oarly
tout eyes never give you the slight
est trouble, this ad. is not for 'you.
If they DO, take them to
A. N. SANFORD,
" WATERFRONT NOTES
THE AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN com
pany's Btcamcr Despatch arrived In
port this morning, on what Is prob
ably her last run In Islands watent
beforo leaving for the Coast. Sho Is
duo to sail on Saturday for San Fran
cisco, having boon sent hero for u
special work In getting the sugar away
from sonic ot tho smnller ports, and
having accomplished her work for tho
THE MATSON. steamer Hllonian.
looking light In splto of 3000 tons of
general cargo, Including tho remaind
er of tho big guns for tho fortifications
back or Diamond Head, arrived In port
nt B o clock yesterday afternoon,
bringing her usual list of passengers,
and tho Santa CInran baseball team.
Sho was met nt the dock by a very
Tho Hllonian had a nice nnd un
eventful trip all tho way down.
THE ARIZONAN sails at 5 o'clock
this afternoon for Knhulul, to return
to this, port later, nnd then on to San
THE KINAU goes mil for Knunl at
o'clock IIiIh afternoon, and tho llcl
cno' for Hawaii at the same time.
THE VIR01NIAN Is due to sail from
San Francisco on tho 15th for Hono
THE AMERICA MARU, from Yoko
hama, sailed for this port on tho 7th
THE ALASKAN, fioin Kuhiilul, up
rived at Ban Franclsc-o jcktcrdny.
MERRY WIDOW WON
Philadelphia, Pn Juno 13. Over
whelmed by the weight of evldenco
and the unquestionable superiority
of argument, two young men oftho
Alumni Association ot the Wyoming
Grammar School went down In utter
defeat last night before the two
young women who supported the neg'
ntlve of the debated question: "Rc-
solvcr, That tho Wearing of Merry
Widow Hats Should Do Prohibited. '
Only oncost lie arguments of the af
flrinntlvo seemed to enrry any con
sidcrable'vj'clglit. It was the con
tention' tlin) the contemporary head
gear so shelters the streets that
showers are unable to percolate
through and wet the pavement, thus
throwing tho burden of moistening
the city upon tho already overloaded
TWO MILLIONS NEEDED
TO EQUIP THE MILITIA.
Washington, Juno 17. Tho militia
board appointed by tho Secretary of
War under tho recent net of Congress
providing for tho reorganization of tho
States and Territories completed Its
work today. Tho Hoard hns readied
the conclusion that tho organized mil
itia cannot bo fully equipped for field
hervlco . for $2,000,000, tho limit al
lowed by law in any one year, and the
opinion of tho members Is that the
process of equipment must bo carried
on for a number of years beforo It can
WYOMJNQ NEARLY READY.
Vnllcjo, June 13. It was reported
tt tho Maro Island Navy Ynrd today
that tho monitor Wyoming would bo
placed In commission tho latter pa.'t
of July. Tho monitor has been under
going repairs nnd changes for soven.1
mouths past, and as soon ns tho At
lantic buttle-ship fleet sails for tho
urii-iu, on j my sin, me ynru depart
ments will then havo time to complete
what little work Is still undone. Tho
Wyoming lias 'been changed Into an
oil burner, so that It can bo deter
mined whother or not It would bo nd
vlsnble to uso oil ns a "fuel on board
tho larger ships of tho Navy.
ett e i
MoxUn City, Mox June 13. "Un
cle Tom's Cabin," under tho tltlo of
"La Cabana do Tlo Tom," was tho
principal attraction at tho Arbeu
Theater recently. It had been an
nounced that "Mnxlmillano I, Empcr
nilor de Mexico," a historical drama
by a Trench author, would bo glvon
a first presentation In Mexico on 'this
occasion, but shortly before the func
tion the management decided to sub
stitute Tor this the play mentioned.
Tho woik of Julia Word Howo hos
been translated into Spanish with a
marked degree of fealty to the origi
nal, and though it Is not at all new
to tho Mexican playgoers, Its popu
larity was Bhown to rotaln Its vigor,
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S XING ST. PHONE S25,
HUMAN INTEREST LADIES IN CHARGE
PLAYJLORPHEUM OF HAWAIIAN LUAU
The Silver King," a melo-dramn ' A number of Hawaiian Indies will
with n story that fairly grips one. with give u big Hawaiian fair In the1
Us Intense human Interest, will be the Bromide of the Queen's Hospltal'dur
play for the latter half of this week, Ing tho Fleet's stay hero. Tho pro
starting tonight. The "Silver kins" -coiN. It is said, will bo expended for
has been the fnvorllo molddrama nl tho transfer nnd erection of n Kn
theater goers for years. 'The slor moi,aniclia statue to tho Kohnla Gov
nnd Incidents of tho play will always ornmolU 8C,i)ol yurd. At present tho
W' !1" ),,c"L!JrV, Ll; xutt.c is located In n lonesome spot
inins iui-.il u. ....,...,, ..v.........
character sketches and oiauuraio tin-
play of scenery, and n largo cast ornuwiuK w mu ni ui wv mnlu. .,m
cha'racter. Mr. Richard Huhlcr will imltlccs.
play the title role. ' The following lt Decoration Committee: Mrs. J. W.
tho story of tho piny: iH.iborlson, Mrs". .1, H.'Jlloyd, Mrs. A.
Gcoffory Wnro succeeds In ruining Vm Tnyor. Liuluii Tnulei Mrs. Rob-
Wilfred Denver ami. loworlii:; him In' Wn C()(Tc0 ,, Tca. Mrg
1 10 eyes m nis wiic "- "
In love. In a fit of ilrim'ttiincm imd
rovenge, Denver visits ware, wnen
Waro Is killed, nnd Dc iver nwnkculng
In the house from his i. -unkon stupor,
thinks he has killed him. While at
tempting to cscnpc ho roads of hU
fciipposcd dealh In n railway accident.
Ho flees to America, where he discov
ers a silver mine, becomes wealthy
and Is known as tho "Silver King."
He returns to England, where ho finds
his wlfo nnd children in distress. Ho
docs not mnko himself knowif, still
thinking that he is a murderer. He
eventually proves his Innoceiieo nnd
Is reconciled to his family.
There- will bo specialties between.
tho acts us usual. At n special added
attraction .iinnnKcra uhiuii mm -Icy
havo engaged Mmc. Hlanclio,Arinl
to appear Friday evening July loth
nnd Tuesday eonlng, July 14th. Tins
world famous artist will give Bcvoral
select sections on both evenings. Seats
K PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per P. M. S. S Korea, Dixon, for
San Francisco, July 8. 5 p. m. Mrs.
J. It. Thomas, Miss M. M. Thomas.
MIbs Isabel Thomas. It. Engcls, Miss
A. C. Rogers, Miss II. F. Rogers. II.
A. Falrwcathcr and wlfo. Miss E. M.
Falrweathcr, J. S. Sllvcrberg. J.
Schweitzer, S. S. I.ltohilcld, MUs Em
ily I. Kora, C. W Shearman, H.
Schocnfcld, J. T. flllmartln. Mrs.
Schoenfcld, I.eon HnnlgBbergcr nnd
wlfo, Jos. Elchwnld, Miss Feldmann,
Miss Wredln, Miss 0. E. Constant,
A. M. Lockrldgo nnd wife, Miss Ran
dall, A. II. Woods. II. A. Doty nnd
wife. Mrs. Cross. Miss Luttmer. E. 0.
Dtilscnberg, Miss Florenco Patton.
Misses Wnllaco, .Miss Mabel Dcano,
Miss Hasforth. Miss Helen Lisle, Miss
Druco Huntington. D. U. Marx. Mrs.
Marx, C. F. Eckart, wlfo nnd two chil
dren, Mr. Armstrong, Geo. D. Hell and
wife, Morris Aloxrod, I. Rosenborg,
wlfo and 2 children, Mrs. W. C. Wil
der. J. M. Fuller, Miss Lily Kong, Mrs
J. M. Tomllnson, Mrs. Fullbrook. Miss
Knto Kelly. MrB. Bond. Miss Bond.
BRYAN AND LABOR
DENVER. Colo., July 8. The convention unseated tho ten Gulley.
nntl-llrynn delegates from Pennsylvania by u vote of CIS to 378, nftcr :i
flgh't on,the floor of the convention lasting for threo hours. Tho fight was
ovor the adoption ot the report of the Committee on Crcdcntlnls.whlch had
declared ngnlnst tho Guffey delcgntes. A minority report of the nntl-llry-nnltes,
consisting of the delcgntes from fourteen States, including New
York, accompanied tho commlttco majority report.
The delegations from California nnd Hawaii favored Ilrynn In tho
contest over the disputed seats. ,,
The result Is a complete victory for tho llryanltcs.
Hobson's Jinso Talk
Congressman (Captain) llolison addressed the convention today, nnd
predicted that war between Japan u ml America would como in less than
four years. Ho stated that tho Republican party was responsible for tho
fact that tho vulnerable positions along tho coasts were not fortified.
Gomper's Anti-Injunction Plank
Tho Committee on Platform has agreed to tho Insertion of n plank
declaring ngnlnst tho rights ot tho courts to Issuo Injunctions ugnlust la
bor unions In case of Btrlkcs. This is tho plank approved by Gompers,
which was denied by tho Republicans.
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NEBASKA IS NOT COMING
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 8. Tho battleship Nebraska will sail
tomorrow for New London, Connecticut.
The Nebraska was supposed to havo sailed from San Frnnclsc on
Tuesday last with tho other fifteen battleships for Honolulu, but was de
tained on tho Coast In quarantine, seal let fever having broken out nmong
her crow. It wns thought that sho would salt later to rejoin tho Fleet
HOSTON, Mnss., July 8. A fire
hero today did million dollars' worth of damage. Two persons nro miss
ing and nro supposed to hnyo been killed In tho flro.
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SAILORS SCALDED ON NEVADA
SAN FRANCISCO Calif,, July 8. Threo of the membera of the engi
neers' crow of the monitor Nevada were scalded today as u result of a
burstcd steam pipe. '
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TEGUCIGALPA, IIondurns,July 8. Tho revolutionists uru cnrrylng
on an uctlvo campaign against the Government forces In tho province of
Cholutecn. 4 r.
m si r .
SIX BURNED IN BUDAPEST '" '
HUDAPEST, Hungary, July 8. Six porsons were burned to death and
fourteen others worn seriously Injircd In a flro ht-iu today.
m aim ew
TAFT BANNER REMOVED
LINCOLN, Neb., July 8. The Taft banner which hns been (lying
here on property owned by Bryan has beon removed,
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NEW YORK IS COOLER
NEW YORK, N. Y July 8. The weather hero Is coolcr.'iind there
were no heat prostrations reported on Wcdnesduy.
wll. ,.. . t,lnm . ,..i.
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m.linrt ,..., MUs Enillv Lnilri Mrs
' ' ,' ' , 1 . -aii,Mrs.
.j. jmikub, jurs. j. w. iiiuiiK. i iiiur
Flowers: Mrs. Henry Wright, Mrs.
Zoe II. Ayre's. Fancy Work: Mrs.
Chns. Ilooth, Mrs. E. T. SlmpBon. Hn-
wnllnn Table: Miss Grace Knhoulll,
Mrs. !'. llenrlqitcs, Mrs,. E. .irony,
Mrs. Tochcro. Candy Tnblo: Mrs. J.
S. Lowe, Miss Mabel Taylor, Miss Em
ily Tuylor. Lemonade Tnblo: Mrs.
George Smithies, Mrs. Stella Cockctt.
Flowers: Miss Irene Dickson, Miss
Ada Rhodes. Ice Cream: Mrs. Henry
Smith, Mrs. Caroline Clark. Grab
HaK: Mrs. J. D. McVeigh. To
bacco: Mrs. Henry Afong, Mlrs
Irene Itoyd. Lunti: 1, Mrs. Mnry
Auld, Mrs. Jas. Holt; 2, Mrs. Maria
Knhen, Mrs. E. S. Iloyd, Mrs. M.
Heist, Mrs. Chas. Clark; 3, Mrs. S.
Mnhuulu, Mrs. C. Holt, Mrs. K. Nu
hnolclun, Mrs. Enimu Sherwood; 4,
Mrs.. II. Webb, Mrs. C. R. Dwlght,
Mrs. Maun; , Mrs. R. N. Iloyd, Mrp.
Mnrk Colburn; C, Mrs. C. S. Hollo
way, Mrs. Chas, Stlllman, Mrs Chns.
Hopkins. Foreign Table: Mrs. II. M.
Allen, Miss Agues Mclutyrc, Mrs. Mc-
CRUZ STILL ON TRIAL
Tho only rnso beforo thu Circuit
Courts this morning wus that of tho
Territory of Hawaii v. Manuel Cruz,
for iissuult upon n child under tho ago
of ton years. This enso Is being haul
fought by both sides, Clem Qulnn rep
resenting tho defense, and County At
'torney Cathcart carrying thu prose
cution. It Is a jury trial.
THE CLAUDINE nrrlvcd this morn
ing from Illlo and Maul with n cargo
reported as follows: 118 sacks pota
toes, fi homes, 42 hogs, 30 calves, 21
packages hlder, 4G empty bottles mid
211 packages sundries.
THE DESPATCH Is expected to sail
for San Francisco on Saturday.
which occurred on tho wntorfront
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Wednesday, July C. t
YOKOHAMA Sailed July 7:
America Mnru, for Honolulu.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrhed July 8:
S. S. Alaskan, from tKuluilul, Juno
K ARRIVED M
1 Wednesday, July 8.
M. N. Co. S- S. tllloulaii, Johnson,
ft om S. P. .
U. S. 8. Panther, Nelson, from S. !".,
U. S. S. Yankton, McVay, from 8. F.,
4 p. in. ,. .
U. 8. S. Aax, from S. F., I p. ui.
Thursday, July 9.
fll'.'ir. ".'Iliaii, Oucss, from Hawaii.
3:33 a. m.
Stmr, Clauitlnc, Ilcnnctt, fiom llllo
nnd Maul, 4:08 u, m.
A.-ll. S. 8, Despatch, Kokcrwltz,
from Kauai, 2:30 n. m.
K SAILING TODAY
! H K K K 3f K M 3C 3C J W 3C 3C X X
Stmr. Klnnu, llcunctt, for Kauai, ',
Stmr. Ilclcne, Nelson, for Hawaii
ports. G p. in.
A.-ll, S. S. Arizonan, fur Kaliuliit,
C p. in.
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED "
Per stmr, Claiidlup, Dennett, from
llllo nnd Muni, July !). W. G. Ilreqk
ons. W. It. Klnslea, Miss L. N. Meiti
ccke, Mrs. F. L. Webster, Miss L.
Webster. MIbs E. Webster, A. Web-
eter, N. Riidd, I S. Wcctlun, Mrs. Geo.
A. Polllstcr, Miss Polluter. Mrs. W.
A. Anderson, Infant nnd maid, MUs C.
Naukann, Miss E. Niilnoa, Kaukaiia
children (2), O. AmiimUcti. S. E. I lull-
bard, Mrs. Villi Chop, Miss Tnl Sing,
Miss J. Scott, Mrs. C. E. Copel.ind,
Miss 8. C. ltlckaril, Mrs. 1). C. Lind
say nud child, MUs N. Daniels, MUs
E. Daniels, W. Senrby, J. McAulirfo.
W. Wider, Rev. C. P. Hong nnd wire,
MUs 8. Haiiainnlkal, J. Ebcrly, Father
Mnxlmln, Father Justin, Mrs. O. G.
Dickens nnd 4 children, N. Thueseii
and wife, Mrs. Apo, .Mrs. Akl, A. G.
Illnckmnn, 8. Mlsn, Mr. Turuda nud
wife nnd SO deck.
From San Francisco, per lllliinlnn,
July 8. Leland McKco and wife, Mr.
Lehigh nnd wlfo, Mr. Eliersole. wlfo
nnd three children. Geo. W. Wilbur.
Wlfo nnd three chlldien, MUs Emniii
A. Vroom, MUs linker, Mrs. J. A. Drew
mid child, Mrs. C. A. llucliamiu, MIsh
Kimball. W. L. Rosa, Frank M. Stlll
man, nud the Santa Clnrn haBchall
Per stmr. Nllhau, Oners, from Ha
waii. July A. Mrs. C. Jackson, Mas
ter Oness, MUs Oiiobb.
XKH K-X X7tXjrt):tMKX
)4 PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per S. S. llllcmlnn. for San Fran
cosco, July 1 1. Miss Gertrudo K.
Rrown. C. F. White, F. C. Chalmers,
Miss V. K Snrlcs. J. Dutot, W. E.
Chambers and party (2), Miss Ma
goon, Laid Mngoon. D. Forbes nnd
party, Mrs. A. F. Hoyd. Miss Helen
Lisle, MIbs Ruth Huntington. Chtiig
Wnh Chan. Chlng Hung Ynu. It. A.
Robblns, Miss A. E. Snoy. Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. 8. Reed. J. Opfergclt. Mrs.
Opfergclt nnd two children, E. M.
Watson, Dr. II. McV. Mnckiill, Mrs.
Tomllnson, MUs L. Kong. Y. T. Low,
MUs M. E. Ilrnwn, MUs M. E. Knit,
M. R. Smith, MUs A. W. Rlmlck, Win.
11. Watson. MIbs E. McGregor, MUs
Clnlro Uccke, MUs Stephens.
Per S. S. Klnaii, Gregory, for Knunl,
July 9, fi p. in. T. R. Robinson. W.
'O. Smllli, Mrs. O. Richardson, Mrs.
Kohele, Mrs. Kullnkauhaiie, Albert
Kone. J. O. A. Klrna, Mrs. Kills, Miss
Sophy Lamcka, Miss Allen, Miss
Oreenhorne, M. Hciitncngsen, Mrs. K.
Mruns and child, Mrs. C. M. Cooke, W.
F. Johnstone, A. Gnrtley, E. Kopahee
and wlf". Felix Kiiln, Mrs. Annkoa, 8.
Pabo, Miss A. Ilaao, Mrs. J. K. Lola.
Mrs. Kulua Panole, R. Pitulkl, MIsh
Teinpointiires fi n. in., 73; 8 a. in.,
77; 10 n. in., 70; noon, SO; morning
llaiometer, 8 n. in., 30.07; absolute
humidity, S n. in., 0.27C grains per
cable foot; relatlvo humidity, 8 a. m
03 per cent; dew point, X n. m., fill.
Wind fi a. in., eloclty 10, dliei'tlon
E.j 8 n. in., velocity 13, dliecllun E ;
10 ii. in., rlnclly 20, dliectlon K.j
noon, velocity 15, direction K.
Rainfall dm lug 21 hours ended 8 u.
m.. .00 inch.
Tuliil wind inoM-nient during 21
hours ended nt noon, 201 jnlles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather
THE NIIIIAU wns In this morning
with 05(10 bags sugar, besides 40 head
of cattle, 24 head calves, 2 trunks, nud
1 package sundries.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it 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,
Boat and Machine Works,
. King near AlapaL
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