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M e every Monday evening at
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K II HHNURY. Secretary.
BBS. F. V1CKHKS. N. O.
D vliiliin litiitnera very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, JJ0..2, K. OF-P.
Meet" uvory 2d ami 4th Tucsda;
of errh month at 7 30 p tu. at IC P.
Mll "oiner Fort und tleretanla Sta.
t-.lt m; lirnthers cordially welcome
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V. W VLDRON, K, qf It. & h.
0A1IU LODGE, No. 1. K. of P.
Ueta ctery first and third lrl
Hny evening at 7.30 li K of P. Ua.ll.
rnr fort nntl Herotasln. Visiting
brother cordlall) Invited to attend
A O DEERING, C.C.,
JAS W. WniTK, K.R 3.
.BONOLHLU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E,
Hitinlulii Lodge Nc G16, U. P. O
E will neat tn their hnll on King
56V Fort tit en- ividay ou
Dy ordie of the IV It
HENRY O EASTON.
WM. II. McINKRNY. B. It.
Vsi. M'JONLEY LODGE No 8, K of P,
Me-jt every Saturday evening at
7: SO o'clock In K of I' Hall, cor
fort and llenjtonln. Visiting broth
ts cordially Imitod to ittend
W L FItAZEE, CO.,
R. A JACCMISON, K.R 8
UONOfLU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
Ufleta on th 2nd ani 4th WEli
NSSHAT eienlngs of eucti month at
:3X o'vlock In K. of P. Hall, corner
ttarxtRRlt and tort streets.
Visiting Eagles am invited to at-
rt L FRA7.EE, W.. Prest
II T MOOUE, Secy.
., W MIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. H. H
t"Hi vry tlrst and third Thurs
"ty f nib month at Knights ot
ytMnn Mnll VUItlnj brothers cor
iuli tiiviud o attnnd
A 11, AUUMiail, Sachem.
A 1J MUKI'IIY, C. ot II.
Pacific Pholo Gallery
PAorrio photo gallery
Host and latest method) of photogra
17. HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAH0T0, Manager.
MB! AIID Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies on Hand
17 Hotel St. . Tel. 471.
Koc'rIj lie; eloping, Printinc, En-
Uijnng and Interior Photo-
HOTEL ST bet. Nuuann & Bethel
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETb
Tannics, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING PAPERHANGING AND
General Jol ' 's A Specialty.
Dealers in Wa.l Taper, Paints, Oils,
Eto. P. 0. 3cs 914. 221 No. King
; St , o;p. Aala Perk. W. IS. Kam, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
v.Mhtfierr new FRfiNCH dry eleanln8
SSt Dsretanla Bt. Phone 1491,
does some people lots of good,
but when it become a fan
harm ensues. Tonic it oftener
needed than special diet.
is "good medicine" and may
be used with impunity by any
one. There it not enough al-,
cohol in Rainier to promote a
AT ALL BARS.
Rainier Ilottllng Works
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRU6 CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING BTS.
i PHONE 131.
When, you get
us to make
Our 25. loita
GEO. A. MARTUr,
The Only '
right next to the Orpheum Thtatar.
tome up ana nave tome (un.
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 Arixonan.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Special baskets and bouquets pre-
quets prepared for Orpheum and Op
MRS. E. M. TAYIOB, .
Young Bldg. Phone 339.
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
Who hat room for another board-
erf Answer through a B u 1 1 e t i n
Auto at hek tee. Tel Ml.
Call 361 or 41, day or night, (or
Manuel K. Richards In his new Frank
Mrs. Bmmo Nawahl roturned from
Tliero will probably be a meeting ot
tho Hoard of Education at 3 p. m, next
Deputy U. S. Marshal Harry Holt
left on tho Mauna Loa (or a business
trip to Maul.
William McKlnley I.odgo No. 8, K.
of P., will meet In K.vof P. Halt this
evening at 7:30.
The plans for the Alakca street
wharf abed arc to 'bo opened ,net
Monday at noon., -.
'Frank Stack, who graduated from
Oahu Collcgo this )ar, has been ad1
mlttcd to Berkeley University,
All kinds o( ber, wlnea and mixed
drinks re served In the vbett manner
t the Fashion. Just give tu a;try.
A motorcycle for tho uso of Father
Valentino wns nmong tho freight
brought by tho Alameda !y eat erday,
lie expert at t&e Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can nx your Caen
refiner ot'iypewTuer. rnone tj
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic "
Yoa will be .surprised at tu aoollaf
and preeerratlre propertiee.t3alt(orjtl
Feed Co., agenta.
A rubbcrsct brush Is tho best a man
can havo,becauso ho can lather his
faco without the brustlcs coming Out.
Benson, Smith & Co, Ltd.
Rainier Beer Is the tonic for brain
workers and hand workers. Oct It at
the nearest bar or order a case fropi
the Rainier Bottling Works. Phono
1331: ' 1
J. P. Curts, the managor.of Hack'
.cju d iiuiiun uiauvu oiwiVi T-Iw 1,141
lately been on awaoatlon on the Coast,
returned to Kona, accompanied by
Mrs. Curts, yesterday.
Tho Catholic Church of tho Sacred
Heart, Marquesvlllo (Punahou) In
charge of Rev. Father 'Clement To
morrow, July 12th, 11 a. m , high mass,
sermon collection. 3 p. m. Rosary.
Surgoon Stokes of tho Relief, Lieu
tenant Commander Patten of tho Cul
goa, and Lieutenant-Commander Ulor-
or or tho Arcthusla paid official calU
on tho Governor this morning.
Tho Catholic Church Of St. 'John tho
Baptist, Kallhl-waeha, In charge of
Rev. jFothert Clement Tomorrow.
July 12, 8:30 a. dl, high mass, sermop,
collection, Sunday school. 4 p. ra.,
Rosary. ( (
Soda Water has boon .reduced, In
prloe-at the Consolidated Soda Works
hut, tho high quality for which the
product of tho establishment Is noted
continues unchanged. Ring up phono
A private letter from Denver says
that R. Beverley Kldd, of tho Chicago
Examiner, waa at the convention, with
tho proxy of Palmer P. Woods and In
tended to vote It against tho Bryan
Interest. ' .
Banister's gun metal Cornell bluclt-
er Oxford Is a high-class shoo of tho
very finest selected material, and tho
workmanship lsstrat so well known-ln
Banister shoes. Manufacturers' Shoo
Co , Ltd.
Central Union Church Morning
worship at 11 o'clock; tho minister
will preach, subject "Tho Up to Data
Life." Evening worship at 7,30
o'clock: sermon by tho. minister, sub
ject, "AsIf a Man'." .
.Tickets for the Atlantic fleet ball
can be procured at the following
places: Hawaiian News Co.. Ltd,
Chambers Drug Co.. Ltd . -Wall, Nich
ols Co.,' Ltd , Benson, Smith ft Co ,
Ltd, Bergstrom Music Co., ,Ltd, Hoi
lister ft Co , Ltd , M. A. ,Ounst ft Co ,
M. Mclnerny: Ltd.
Delegate Kalanlanaolq waa an Inter
ested spectator at tho noonhour band
concert, , given at the corner ot King
and Fort streets. Tho baseball fans
assembled there, preparatory to their
going out to tho baseball league
tDeputy Attorney General Lantech
has written Attorney Ocnoral Hemen-
way that the case ot Lopes vs. Pratt
has been discontinued. Tho suit, of
Xamamoto vs. urawwas also discon
tinued this morning, This la very sat
isfactory to tho Attorney qcneral's
For tho coming week Lewis j ft', Co,
Ltd , offer first auaUty California Pilot
bj-ead In 0 pound cites, at 4 cants per
pouua anu uaworoia soaa craexors
In 40 pound cases .at6K .conta per
pound. All groceries, greatly reduced.
Lewis & Co , Ltd , leading grocers, 169
King street. Telophono 240. ,
Entries '(or local men wishing to
enter tho track meot to bo hold on tho
18th, will bo closed on Wednesday
noxt af 8 o'clock. The '"blanks can bo
had, beginning with today, at tho Y.
M. O, A., and It Is best that all on
irics bo made early, (or tho conven
ience of tho committee which Is hand
ling this rather burdensomo end of
Inspector ot Immigration Raymond
C. Brown Is preparing 'for Ma tour of
tho Islands on which ho will tako ev
Idenco as to the eligibility of Chlnefo
to have certificates of American cit
izenship Issued to them. All Hawaii-
born Chinese will bo Issued those cor
tllcatos, ns was stated tn the Bul
letin some months ago. These will
bo Issued and may be secured attor
Thursday .next. Inspector Brown has
arranged, ms itinerary uirouguout mo
Territory when ho will receive appli
cations and lusuo certificates.
HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1908.
Tour eyet never give yon the slight
est trouble, this ad. is not for, yon.
If they DO, iake them to
A. N, SANfORD,
.The beat rehearsal which has yet
been given by tho "Man of ihe Hour"
company I took place last night at tho,
upcra iiotno and snowcu mat me
company, which Is headed by Vf. D.
Adams and Miss Nellie McLean, was
ready to put on a first-class show at
a (ew moments' notice. Each mem
bcr of the cast was not only letter-
perfect In tho lines which had been
assigned to him but went through his
part easily and without any hesita
The strength of tho play Is Its
main .feature. In It nre seen the
many characters whom one would ex
pect in a political drama, from llor
rlgan (Otis Murphy), tho political
boss, and Judge Ncumnn (Mr. Wil
der), tho veneralilo Jurist, to the hum
hie newspaperman and tho office boy.
Each has his part to take and the
whole makes up a combination which
gives life throughout the opening.
Ab Alderman Phclan (Mnjor Pot
ter) sas, "I know the political burrd
fpom his head to his phatc." So docs
tjie spectator after lctvlng tho "Man
of the Hour." He Is bound to (eel as
if ho had been on tho Insldo o( some
.ee Let mstery and goes away un
derstanding tho whole plan-of action.
The scatB, on sale nt Wall, Nichols',
are at popular'prlces 7ft 00 and
2C cents. '
. CARTER ADMITS ASSAULT
(Continued from Paze 1) ,
Ho admits striking tho complalnlr.-,
wltnosa as set forth and alleged id
tho complaint bcretoforo fllo herein,
that said striking of said complaining
witness as sot forth In said complaint
and In the warrant of arrest hereto
foro Issued herein took placo upon and
within certain premises located nt Ho
nolulu aforesaid reserved for Naal
purposes by tho President of tho
United States by proclamation dated
November A. D , 1899, . . , said
premises being known as tho United
States Naval Station, Hawaii.
That deponent was nt tho tltno of
(ho commission of tho various acts set
forth In the.coin plaint heretofore filed
herein nnd In uthe warrant of arrest
hcictotOro Issued a commissioned of
flcqr of tho Navy of tho United States
of America, to-wlt, a Lieutenant Com
mandcr, and that complaining witness
at said time and placo was not an of
ficer of tho, United States or In the,
employ of tho United States Govern
ment, as deponent Is Informed nnd
By reason of tho ''premises, defend-
hnt claims that this Court is without
jurisdiction of tho person ot tho de
fondant or of tho offense charged and
Is without jurisdiction to try said de
fendant for such alleged offense
Whereforo defendant pras that the,
warrant of nrrest heretofore Issued
herein bo quashed and dismissed and
that he go hence .without day and that
tho complaint heretoforo filed heroin
bo dismissed. t,-liilE,tTp
Tho French Consul has notified tho
Governor that tho French Flag will lo,
u)idk uvur mo cunauiaiu uu Juiy n,
on account of tho (act that it Is Bae
tile Day. .
Among tho passengers who arrived
In tho Mauna "Koa this morning wcro
Thcodoro Richards, Rev. Wm. B. .Olo
son nnd Rev. J. L. Hopwood of Kamo
Rev. J. M. Lydgate of Kauai re
turned from Hawaii today In tho Mau
na Kea. Ho will leave (or his homo
on Kauai noxt week.
Z. K. Meyers of tho Hawaiian Trust
Company was an arrival this morning
II. M. von Holt and family 'caqio
back today on the flagship of tho In'
A. L. C. Atkinson and Goorgo Watt
were among theipassengers,iwho came
J, A. Oilman and Sam Parker, woll
known Honolulufns,- camo back this
mornlug from Hawaii.
Young Son: Say, paw, when It
rains hard docs (ho rain go Into the
Paw: Yep, my son;'o( course
Young Son: Woll, then, how docs
It como to be soft-water 7
Paw; You go on t' bed. Toledo
A Meet Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "EITTEBS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S KTNG 87. PHONE S2S.
fLEET WATER WAGON
GOMES HERE LIGHT
The ndvance fleet which comei ns
the forerunner of the Armndn In now
all here. The, Arethusn arrived Inst
evening, nntKtho Relief this morn
ing, making the number complete,
They now nre tho Glacier, Culgo.1,
Yankton, Panther, Arethusn, nnd Ke
ller. The Arcthusa, which cnrrlcs water
for tho Fleet, arrived oft port last
evening, coming In this morning.
She has somo water In her tanks, but
is to tako on more here, and proceed
with It to Maul, where she will fur
nish water'to tho ships coiling there,
according to tho presert undemand
ing. . jir'illfiii
The vesssl had a qnlet trip down
here, sighting nothing. She has
more tho appcaranco of an English
tramp than any ot tho Government
vessels now in port, and Is palpably a
freighter. Nevertheless, slio Is a
good sea boat, comfortablo and steady
which moro than compensates for n
lack of great' speed.
Her wlroless has not been tested
out over great distances, but sho talk
ed with the Panther and Culgoa and
tho others In coming down hero.
Lieutenant Commander Blcrlcr,
who has charge of this boat, made
his official calls this morning.
Tho executive officer Is Lieut. It.
Ellis and tho chief engineer Is Lieut.
J, O. Fischer. Ensign D. Mann and
Midshipman E. S. Moses nnd J. II.
Goldman, with Assistant l'n master
Baldwin and Assistant Surgeon Hold-
man, complete tho small roster ot the
The Ajax and the Glacier nre still
lying nt anchor dff, port. Tho Ilucra
nlajg still In tho sticam, though It la
understood that she Is to go to Maui
to coal tho ship-) thorp.
Doth the Arcthusla and the Relief
arc codllner todnv. !
HAKIM RESERVOIR !
Superintendent of Public Wurkt
Marston Campbell this morning an-i
nounccd that tho new pump at the
Maklkl rcscnolr has been put In com
mission nnd that It Is serving with. tho
utmost satisfaction Tho capacity of
this pump Is ono million gallons per.
day, anp; it will, soon .no started wont
ing at(thls rate l '
W. H. Bqcrs ot Hilu has filed his m
pllcatlon for admission to the bai It
Is understood that Mr. Beers was re
cently graduated from tho law school
of tho University of Michigan.
Final arrangements have been
mado for the big douhlo pull nt tho
Hawaiian Midway this evening, when
the O. R. & L. negro tenm, captained
by Grasc, and thomuch-talked-of Jup
nncso team strugglo or victory on
(ho tug-of-war platform nnd tho Ho
nolulu and tho Poola teams go at It
for the betterment. Tho dark gentle
men havo been practicing most caro
fully und havo been In thorough
training-with a view to pulling tho
Japaneso down the corrugated plane,
but tho Japanese, on tho other hand,
say that It is up to them to show
thut thoy possess the sclenco of pull
ing, and the champion Japanese
wrestler, Mlzukn, tho Japs' anchor
man, has confidentially Informod his
friends that tho Japaneso will put It
ill over the nogroes.
Tho Honolulus, tho famous former
Roads and Bridges team, and tho Po
olas, the powerful stevedores, aro
likewise both confldont of success and
thcro Is no tolling1 whero or how tho
teams stand until after tonight's
great double pull nt tho Midway, mid
way between Alrtkca and Richards
streets, below Queen,
CAPTURED BY REV0LTERS
MANAOUA, C. A., July 10. Cho
lutoca haB been captured by revolu
tionists. There wero many casual
FIVE REBELS KILLED
TABRIZ, July 10. In a fight bo
tw'cen Cossacks and rebels hero live
PARIS, Tranco, July 10. Con
tractors have declared a lockout.
Mabon W. W. Gllbort was this mom
Ing found very til from pleurisy In I1I3
10m at the Alexaniloor Young hotel.
Ho was Immediately taken to tho
Queen's Hosultal In tho patrol wagon,
he being too 111 to be taken In un ord
The Fleet Is coming. Let us clean
up the City.
III FOii PORTS
cable report of san
Satoday, July 11.
3AN FRANCISCO Arrhcd July 10:
Schr. W. H. Marston, from Hllo,
' Juno 17.
YOKOHAMA Arrhcd July 10:
S. 8. Asia, henco Juno 29.
MAHUKONA Arrlted Jul 10:
rtk. Mohican, from Snn Francisco
IIILO Sailed July C:
rtchr. Spokane, for Fort Townsend.
ELEELE Sailed Juno 20:
Sthr. Geo. E. Billings, for Sound.
SAN FRANQISCO-8allcd July 11:
S. S. Tcnyo Marti, for Honolulu.
Friday, July 10.
U. S. S. Arcthusa, from San Fran
Stmrt Nocnu, Mitchell, from Hawaii
Saturday, July 11.
Stmr. Mauna .Kua, Freeman, .from
Hllo and Mrtul, 7. a, m.
Stmr.iKaual, from Ooknln,vIIonnkaa
end Kanath&e, J a. m. ,
BKHHHBKKBHHHK K.K IN
X , DEPARTED
U SB 84,8 BMKKKMMHKBB)'
( Friday, July 1,6.
ptmr, Mauna Loa, Simorson, for
Maui and Hawaii.
Stmr. Clatidlnc, Nelson, for Maui
Rtmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, (or
i Stmr. J, A. Cummins, Soarle (or
Oahu port, h, , i
H. -PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per 0. S. S. Alameda, (or San Fran
Cisco, July D. Mrs.,B. K.,Macknuoiu
Miss violet unmon, Jiiss M.,NYtisou,
Miss A. Kuskerback, Miss E W.
Ward. Miss II. Lisle. Miss R. Hunting-,
(on, E. Pollltz, S. A. Crook, ,Mlss W.
C. Crook. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. G. Ander-
ton, Mrs. T.,S Campbell, Mr, and sirs,
A. Locklnger, Miss N. B. Stephen,
Miss C. W. ,Mccke, Mrs? B. Wright,
Mrs. -Loylso McCarthy, Miss Julh
Gullck, Miss G. E. -Mooro, Mrs. St
Goar and, .party, .Carter Frances, M.
Hardy, Miss Margaret AUcs, Mrs. R
W. Anderson, and 3 children, kMIs M.
Looniis, ansa vvirt, J. s. bpilzor ami
wife, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Stick and
con, A. J. McLcod, W. M, Waycs, Miss
C. Arnold, Mrs. E. Hammond, L. Y. T,
Ljin Aloy Soong, Mrs. G. A. Pollltzcr
and daughter, P. W, M. Crcssy and
wife, L. Calllsh and' child, F. A. -Wick-ctt,
R. S. Johnson, Dr. Mackall, E.
Dlsbop, A,' Morgaustcrn, Rnrkhauson,
W. M. Nojes, 11. M. Wells, W 8.
Clarke, E. Frederick.
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
B B K B RG-HtSKlIil
Per stmr. Maunu Kea, rreoman,
from Hllo and Maul, July 11, Miss II.
Green, Miss J. Atherton, Miss V. Atli
crton, Miss L Atherton, Miss R, Rich
ards, W. E. Chambers, Mrs. W. E
Chambers, W. Green, Dr. Nakslnnf,
Miss' A. Chubb, Miss S, Chubb. Mrs,
E. A. Nawahl, Miss Q.ichukal, Mrs.'
Lul, A. P. Wntson, W. Thaanum, Rev.
W. II. Olscn, J I,. Hopwood, Then.
Richards, J. A. Richards, Mrs. J.
Graco, Mrs. A. W. Rlchaidson, Cnrl
Smith, Mrs. E. II. Paris. W. II. Mc
Clclluu, J. A. Vogt, J. O. Warner, Rev.
i. M. Lldgatc, Master J. M. l.ldgatc.
Rev. Mow Man Wing, Master Mclln,
W, A. Bailey, Miss J. B. Jones, E. Gel
sccko, D. Damon, Z. K. Meyers, R.
Young, R. Lydccker, MIbs A. Ilcrlcl
man, Miss R. Bcrtlcmann, Mrs. R. J.
Kollett, II. M. von .Holt, Master vo.i
Holt, MIsscb von Holt, (2), J. r.
WodB, Miss II. Klana, MrB. O. A. Cat
valho, J. Canarlo, Mrs. J. Canarlo,
Master Cannilo, J. S. Terry, F. Soaro3,
E. G. Glcudon, G. II. Willis, A. Eton
son, Miss E. Porter. Snkl Fljlto, MIib
N. A. Jacobs, Miss L It Jacobs, Mluri
Illscox, C. F. Hart, E. C. Bond, A. I,
C. Atkinson, Oco. Watt, Mnstor Lllllo,
Mrs. T. Ylllto, child and sen ant, Dr.
A. J. Derby, J. A. Oilman. A. A. Wil
der, 8nm Paiker, G. P. Tulloch, Mih
G. 1 Tulloch, A. K. McDougall, MIkb
B. Woods, Miss L. Woods. Master J
Woods, Miss A. Hiittlo, Bow Chong
Chan, D. B Kuhns, Mrs. E. Lewis,
Master It. Johnson, Miss A. .Tohanuu,
Mrs. M. Pleper, Mlsa H. I'lopcr, J.
Crowley, S. Pnikcr, .lr, D. Forbes
Mrs. D. Forhos, Master II. Forbes,
Muster M. Forbes, Master 1). Forbes,
Miss 11. Forbes, Miss Foibes, Mltm L
Hopkins, O. A. Mnhono, Win. Kannl,
Mrs. W. Kawal, Miss M. K.ival. Jluh
tor II. Knwnl, KiisIki LowIk, a. KoM,
MrB A. Kpkl, Miss t: Kokl, Miss N,
Koawo, C. Kllkhiu, W. C. Achl. Ju
Mrs. W. A'.kcn, Mib. i: L. Austin, Dr.
J. C. Fitzgerald, W. Aiken, E. B. Cnt
Joy, Miss 0. Babey, Mrs. A. Enos, MIbs
Enos, E. A. "Mertelros, II, H. Allon,
Mrs. C. K. Roberts, Mrs. R. N. Cor
baden. Miss K. Coinwell, Mrs R.
Hose, L Barkhauson, MIsb L. Peck,
Mrs J. Koanu, MIbs II. Keohokulole,
Miss L Kcohokalolo, J. A, Wilson, C.
F. Herrlck, J. K. Kaleo, Mrs. J. K.
Kalco, J. O, HaptUte, Miss R. David
son, THE TEXAN sails tomorrow night
for Sallna Cruz, Ma Hllo
THE MAUI urrhoil this morning
fiom Hawaii, with sugar.
tt WATERFRONT NOTES
KAUAI COMES HERE.
Quito an unusual event In Inter Is
land shipping occurred this morning,
when the Kannl, regularly stationed
In tho Hllo district, camo Into thli
port. Tho explanation of tho unusual
trip Is given ns 11 llttlo quietness J111L
now about Hllo, nnd tho cltanco tn
pick up n cargo to Honolulu, of which
tho Knual took ndvnntage Shc,brought
thrco deck passengers and cargo as
follows: (.800 bags sugar, 10 bundles
empty bags, 14 horses, 1 mule, and 4
THE MAUNA KEA nrrlved cnrly
this morning, (rom Hllo and Mnul
ports, with n big crowd o( passengers,
crowding accommodations; licet
crowds nro already flocking to this
city. Cntgo was ns follows: 1 cow.
1 dog, 2 sulky b, 2 bales nwa, f bags
una, 7 boxes chickens, 13 bags cocoa.
H crUct celery, 15 empty boxes, 29
bags bones, 21 bags tnro, 31 packages
vegetables, 49 empty kegs, 57 bundles
banannB, 60 bags cabbages, CO bagB
empty bottles, 63 ban els employ bot
tles, 221 packages sundries, 253 sheep
THE NOEAU arrhcd last ocnlng
from Hnmakua, with 4221 bags BUgar,
1 casting, nnd 5 horses.
(Continued from Paze 1)
Saturday, July in.
Fair and Luau (all da) Old
Schmidt Place, noxt to Quccn'a Hos
A. M. 9 o'clock Excursion Oahu
Railway & Land Co, taking In two
plantations, pineapple fields, Wnhla
wn, and shores of Pearl Harbor. Fnip
75 cents t
Bishop Museum, 9 to 5.
P. M. 1 to 6 WJId West Show.
1:30 BaBebnll, Aaln Park.
7 Pross dinner, Commercial Club.
7:30 Fireworks; wiestllng match
nnd boxing match.
8:16 The "Mascot," Hawaiian Op
Sunday, July 19.
A. .M. 9 o'clock Excursion Oahu
Hallway & Laud Company to Peail
Harbor and Wahtawn.
P. M 2 to 5 Regatta at Wulklltl.
3 Basebalt at Kapiolanl Park.
3 to 5 Concert of sacred and clas
sic music at Moana hotel, Walklkl.
7:30 Fleet Musical servlco, Cen
tral Union Church.
Monday, July 20.
,A. M 9 o'clock Excursion Oahu
Railway & Land Company to Pearl
Harbor and Wablawa;. v
Pearl Harbor trip and b-uul to Of
flccis; fish chowder.
Hooltupu, Monday, TucBdny and
P. M. 1:30 Bnsoball, Aala Park.
7:30 First boxing match; second
tugof-wnr nt Sports pnitlon.
8:15 Tho "MuBCot," Hawaiian Op
A. M. 9 o'clock Excursion Oahu
Rnltnny & Lanfl Company to Pearl
llaibor and Wahlawa.
Pearl Harbor trip to odlccis; flsh
P. XI. 1.30 Baseball. Aula Park."
3 Polo, Kapiolanl Park.
7:30 Boxing for nullum only nt
8:15 "Man of tho Hour," Hawaiian
Wednesday, July 22.
P. M. 1:30 Baseball, Aala Park
3 Polo at Kapiolanl park.
7:30 llreworkB. Boxing, lllect
chnmplnnH ngaliiBt Island LhamptouB.
8:15 Tho "Mascot," Hawaiian Op
Thursdayy, July 23.
P. M. 1:30 Maseball, Aala Park.
Dallght fliowor.ku by Japaneso en
tertainment commltteo on dupnrtuiu
July 16 A. M. Meet lkt; Gof
crnor's reception, Capitol.
4 6 P. M. Naval docks. ,
July 17 A. M. Natal Parade
1-3 P. M. Wild West Show.
4 0 P. M. Captain Reua' reception.
P. M. Ball ut Walklkl.
July IS 15 P. M. Wild West
7:30 IV M l'lro Woiks.
July 192 5 P. M. Coneort Monnn
Jtilj 209 .i. in Hookupu, Oceanic
4 C P. M. N.tal Dock.
P. M. Young Hotel Dance
July 213 P. M. Polo
7:30 1. M. Sports Pavilion.
Jul) 227:30 P. M. Baseball.
4 6 P. M, Nnal dock.
7:30 P. M. Flrowoiks.
July 23 Aloha to fleet.
DIAij At Shoencck, Switzerland, July
11, 1908, p. A. Dins of Honolulu,
ni-ed 54 ca-B. Ho leaves n wlfo
and eight children. TI1030 residing
hero nre tho widow. J. J. DIjb, Abel
Dins nnd Mniy Dlaa
to yourself and let ut build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll haveiit ready
in no time, and the price Mil be to
low. that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it. however; so
Charles D. Walker,
Boa and Machine Works,
King near AlapaL