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WEEKLY U EKDAR
Rote Croix and Council of Ka
doth Regular, 7:30.
Wttl IM MOAY
Henclulu Ch-ipter Practice.
Hawaiian Second Degree.
Ml rWltlo mrtiiheni of ibe
rr arr ooidlnll) Invited to
lUnd ruf tlnir of locnl lodR
MONY tODQi. N. 3. 1. 0. 0. F.
ilwtt tvorr Monday evening at
In I DO V. ltn.ll. Port Street
'A K IISNDKY. Hrrretary.
BIE1. V. VICKHRS. N. U,
,,i onttlim In itnir ry cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
)ImU ever? 2d and 4th Tuosdaj
of each month at 7:20 p. tn. at K. P.
Hall, i-ornar Tort and fleretanla SU.
VIMtlng Brothers cordially welcome,
W L. I.Y1.E. 0. C.
V. WALDRON. K. of U. & U.
0A1TU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Moets every first and third Frl
day evening at 7:30 la K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DKKRINO. CO.,
JAB. W. WHITE. K.R.S.
HONOLULU" LODGE G16, B P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge Nc. 610, b. P. O.
E., will meet In their bull ou Kin
Sear Fort ''t nrn-y K'Ihv vwn
tng. By ordi"- nf thr I- K
HENRY C E ASTON.
WM. H. MclNERNY. E. R.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8. K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
fort and licrtanla Visiting broth
n rnnllHll) Invited to attend
W L rilAZEH, CO..
E A JACOBSON. K.R.S.
tO'lOLUL" AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
M tl 2nd anl Itb WEIl
:')) A V mailings of eaon month at
J0 ,o- lock Id K of P Hall, corner
n i u nli' 4 nd Fort street.
Mil tin? Eaeli m Invited te at
i IV I. FUAZEK. W., Prest
H T MOOUH. 8ocy.
UWAUAH TBJBB Ho. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meet rry tlrwt and third Thura
layt of tat-h month at Knights of
PytUr.n Ik II Visiting brother! cor
IU.1I) tavlU to attend
A. U. ARLEIOH, Sachem.
A. E. MURrilY, C. of R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
PACIFIC PHOTO GALLERY
Best and latet method of photogra
IT HOTEL STREET near NUTJANU.
K. HAMAM0T0, Manager.
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicioai Cake and Candies on Hand
17 Hotel St. ' Tel. 471.
t. . Nagami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larpinR and Interior Photo
graphing. B0TXL ST bet Nuuanu & Bethel
55 CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETb
TomaIm, Enchiladas, Spare Ribi.
, IK MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING,. PAPERHANOmO AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealer in Wall Paper, Paints, Oili,
Eta. P. 0. Eci 014. 221 No. King
Bt., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
IXCILLfcNT LAUNDRY WORK
Jone by the
v.lth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
N BerwUnla St, Phone 1481.
docs sonic people lots of good,
but when it becomes a fad
harm cmucs. Tonic is oftencr
needed than special diet.
is "good medicine" and may
be used with impunity by any
one. There is not cnouch al
cohol in Rainier to promote a
AT ALL BARS.
Rainier Mottling Works
C tltfWWJUJM,.wW W.IW.H.
5 , ..,,,
, u win duiiu yuu up
J KBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KINO STS,
You save I
When you get
us to make
Our $25. suits
GEO. A. MARTIN,
right next to the Orphenm Theater.
come up and have some fun.
adds so much of comfort and enjoy
rcent to the home that it is almost
BERGSTHOM MUSIC CO., LTD.
CENTENNIAL'S BEST FLOUR
New Shipment in on the Arizonan
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD,
For the sick room make cheery com
panions and never fade,
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Phone 339.
local m. mmi ..
Who lias room for another board
er I Answer through n Bulletin
Cahlo news on page 8.
Auto at hack (are. TeL 381.
Volcano excursion l'rlday, July 17lh,
$25. Now Is your chance. Sco pago
Cnll 361 or 41, day or night, for
Manuel K. Richards In his now Frank
Governor Trear relumed calls tin
llio oftlcers of tho U. S. usscls now In
port thin 'morning.
'All kinds of bcur, wines and mixed
drinks itro nerved In tho best maiinur
nt tho Faohlon. Jut gho us n try.
Tho Press Committee of tho Fleet
Committee meets .it 3:30 (his niter-
noon In tho Promotion Commlttco
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Tvnewriter. Phone 143.
An Hawaiian uy uiu nman naim1 oi
Nu I whs released from urlpon tlilu
morning by U. S. Marshnl Hendry IJo
took tho poor innn's oath.
Tho windows of tho sewer and Wat
er departments will bo open until l
o'clock until the lGth lii order that nl
delinquents may pay up.
Lout yur lion rooti with "Arabic
You Tfllt bo surprised at ttp coollnc
aud irervuth proiortlos. Call'ornln
Vot'H Co., agotit
Tho success our local tennis arc
haUng Id defeating tho visiting teams
Is greatly duo to n steady diet on
Ilrldgowatcr"g hot roasted peanuts.
Tho Land Commission wilt contain
tho names of Alfred Carter, Wm. A.
Kinney, A. l.onls, Jr., and Carl Smith.
There Is one miiro selection to bo
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
aro the last ilas of tho big annual
clcaratico nalo at the N, S. Sachs Dry
Moods Co. won't fall to profit by tho
Thcroulllbea meeting of tho mem
bers of tho Chamber of Commerce
ne.t Wednesday afternoon, If It Is
pouslblo to get n quorum tho day be
fore the Fleet nrrlves.
Spccl.il sale of women and chil
dren's hosiery this week nt Ulom's.
Ladles' lisle hose, plain and all-over
lace, "5c to GOc a pair. Children's
real lisle, double soles, 25c.
A new feature, moving pictures
between acts, has been added to the
already great performances now be
ing given at the Orpheum by the
All inoso winning 10 open incir
premises to tho men of the Fleet mid
furnish lco water nro requested to
make known tho fact nt tho Promotion
rooms, Young building, nnd they will
bo flirnMnMl with "Wolcomo" notices
Land Commissioner Pratt was In
consultation with Governor I'rear this
morning regarding various land mat
ters. Among others tho matter of tho
Knpan lands came up for discussion
and It w-ns decided to glvo them se
rious consideration tlild afternoon.
Tickets for tho Atlantic flent ball
can be procured at tho following
places: Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd., Wall, Nich
ols Co., Ltd., Dcnson, Smith & Co..
Ltd., nergslrom Music Co.. Ltd., Hoi
lister & Co., Ltd., M. A. Qunst & Co.,
M. Mctnerny, Ltd.
Many Hawailans feel that tho Ha
waiian flag has been slighted In tho
general scheme of decoration, and
they express tho opinion that, nt least,
as tho Territorial "flag It should havo
been given somo prominence In the
general scheme of decoration. Tho
fact that tho emblem has not been
dlsplnjed from tho Capitol building Is
(.specially n subject of criticism.
HENRY SAYS WALLAbl!
WILL REALLY WORK
High Sheriff Henry was led to talk
(.oncoming the onco famous Wnllach
this morning, and ho stated tiiat the
man of 'Tcmale Rock" fame had
promised that ho would never attempt
tho practlco of mcdiclno again but
would go to read work nt his trailo as
a skilled mechanic. From Inst re
ports tho High Sheriff has it that
Walach has been promised a Job this
week, and should bo earning his salt
nnco more. Mr. Henry Is convinced
that Walalch is- slncoro In n great
many if bin beliefs, but Is also cer
tain that tho man who wished to rov
clutlonlzo tho world of jnodlclno In
regard to tho euro of leprosy will
pound Iron nnd shapo motnl a long
(lino lief oie he meddles with tho phar
mclst's pcstlo again.
NOT AFTER JOBS
Wlillo Eonio of tho Fleet commit
teemen aro anxious to incrcaso tho
band during tho Fleet tveek, soma ot
tho old band boys are not anxious to
blow tho horns temporarily. They
like to rojoln tho band for good; but
not for a short space of time. Since
leaving tho band, they secured steady
Jobs nt private firms. Thoy do not
want to dlscourago tho floct commit
tee, but It is to their Interest to hold
on to what they" havo. Ono of tho
old band boys said that it would bo
best for tho committee to nil no tho
wages of tho piesent band boyg In
stead of increasing tho bnnd. They
do not want to lose their Jobs for tho
i alto of accommodating tho Fleet Com
mlttco. M'INERNYJCIIP PLAY
Entries for tho Mclnorny cup at tho
Country Club will close on Friday ut
5 o'clock nt E O. Hall & Son. Thu
gamo Is to begin ou Sunday morning.
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These are the new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
vour eyes never give you the slight
est trouoie, this ad. is not for you,
If they DO, take them to
A. N. SANFORD,
?t 54 55 m $ mc at rt m is it k k a a
WATERFRONT' NOTES '
n in U, M M via K UK V. H M X It
TEXAN AND ARIZONAN.
Tho -A.-H. Btcamcr Tcxnn sailed for
Kahultil yesterday evening taking 70.1(5
tons, or 117,383 bags of augur irom
heic. Sho will clean out tho Maul
port nnd then go to Hllo where she
will finish loading nnd sail for Sathm
Cruz. Tho Arizonan Is expected h.ick
fiom Knhtiliil today. She will com
plete her cargo hero and anil direct
lor San Francisco from this port.
Purser Aaron Chancy of tho steam
er W. a. Hall rcpoits sugar ou Kiiual
ns follows: K. S. M., 12,400; Mak
5S.S11: 0. &.R.. COO; K. P., S23Sr 1 P.,
5S01: H. M 031: 0. '.. S887; M. S.
Co., 18,000; K. S. Co., 1C11.
Tlin hNTKR-lSLAND steamer Kalu
hull arrived from the Hamiikun coast
Saturday morning alttr a long ab
sence from Honolulu. She has been
hiking sugar from tho Hnmukun pons
to Hllo nnd made n special trip to Ho
nolulu with n load of sugar as tbero
Is nothing In Hllo tn take It. Sho
brought -000 hugs of Kuknlau sugar
Tor HackfeM H Co., anil for rfeliaefor
& Co. sho has 4UG tings of Hoiiok.ui
TIII3 HH.ONIAN sails tomorrow
morning at 10 o'clock for tho Const,
with all her passenger accommoda
tions filled, ami with approximately
"00(1 tons of gcucral cargo, Including
220O tons refined sugar, 430 tons raw
sugar, 1700 hunches Irinanas, 30U0
cases canned pineapples, 2500 bags
lice, 1000 hags rice lmrks, and 200
tnni miscellaneous cargo.
James 1 1. Qulnljn, formerly chief
engineer of the Maun.i I.o.i, mid n
ery popular offlcer In tho Inter-Inland
ben lco, is now In charge of tho en
gine loom of thu Milium Kim.
THi; IlARKKNTINi: S (1. Wilder
went to the rallio.nl whnrf. this morn
ing to finish loading. Sho will get
away for San lranclco this week.
Tlin ONLY deep water arrival es
tcrday was the big oil steamer Santa
Rita. Sho brought a full cargo of oil
for tho union Oil company,
THE KC AU HOU sails at C o'clock
this afternoon for Kauai. Tho Noeau
goes out at tho samu hour for llono
kan nnd Kukullilieto.
THE VHIOINIAN oi rived at San
Diego from Salln.i Cruz yesterday. She
will sail for Honolulu from San Pran
Cisco on tho 15th.
THE THOMAS has been communi
cating with Kaliuku by wireless for
fcomo time. Sho was rather expected
lu by noon today.
THE YACHT U Paloma, which has
been chartered by Young Hroa., will
be used ns an excursion vessel during
the fleet week.
THE MIKAHALA yestorilaj- brought
30 head of beef cattle from tho Molo
kill Ranch Co., for tho Metropolitan
A LIGHTHOUSE keeper ami somo
friends wero out sailing yorterdny af
ternoon and weio dumped out of their
UARGES AND WHARVES about
tho naval slip and Alakea wharf are
being covered with piles of coal, for
THE HAllKENTINH S O. Wilder
this morning moved from tho Dlslinp
htrcet wharf to tho railroad dock.
THE K1NAU, to arrive from Kauai
this week, will havo '5000 bags of sug
ar as her principal cargo.
THE SCHOONER Oeo. K. Hillings
got away from Eleclo on tho 2Cth of
Juno for tho Sound.
THE WIRELESS apparatus of llio
Culgoa Iiub been undergoing repairs
Tor several days.
THE MAUNA KEA, which waB
cleaned anij repainted, enmo off tho
THE NIIIIAU sailed yeslorday nf.
Icruoon at 4 o'clock for Makawell with
a load of coal.
THE MAUNA .KEA was successful
ly docked nt tho marlno railway Sat
THE KAUAI Is on thomurluo rail
way today being scraped nnd painted
TEE JAMES MAKEE wont out to
Pearl Harbor this morning.
THE SANTA MARIA loft Tort Har
foul for Hawaii yesterday.
THE J. A. CUMMINS sailed this
morning for Oahu ports.
THE TEXAN sailed yesterday at 5
o'clock for Kahtilut.
Blank books ot all sorts, ledgers,
etc. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
BY MAHOGANY CO.
Made Because Notes In
Sum of N$75,000
A document was filed this morning
with Registrar Mcrrlnm whereby thu
Hawaiian Mahogany Company turns
over nil Its properly unit nil ot thiY
licasury stock, amounting to :i,72.rv
shares, to the Hawaiian Development
Company on a $7C,000 ir-irtBurtc. duo
nt tho present dale, but n:i wlvluu nn
extension of tlmu la w.tnted, iiiul
Tlio Hawaiian Dovtlipment Com
pany has hold eight promissory notes
against tho Hawaiian Mahogany
Company in tlin sum off 75, 000, nnd
these fell due tho other day. In or
der that an extension ot tlmo might
be had tho latter company has made
whnt appears to be n demand mort
gage ptoposltton to the Hawaiian De
velopment Company, for thcro Is no
time specified In tho document ns to
when the notes Khali bo taken up.
Tho notes are nt 7 per cent. Interest.
Scully Signed 6 Best
of the Fleet's
Jnck Scully succeeded wlillo on the
Coast this trip, In getting In touch
with Lieut, Wener, who lias chaigo
of thu athletics of tho I'lcct, mid in
signing six nt tho best men on tho
chips thiuiigh tills medium. Ho has
two hoales, two lightweights, unit
two featherweights on tho string.
Most lmportnut of thu acquisitions
U Phli Schlosshurg, champion heavy
weight of tho navy, Neely Is another
heavy who has been Hlgni'd, Tho
former fights ut 178 and tho latter at
Tho llshtwclglit class Is well repre
sented by Krank Myers, who Is tiie
champ of thu I'lcct, and who went a
draw nt Los Angeles with Hafferty of
tho Alabama, Oeorgo Huron Is nn
other lightweight who can go some,
and Is to appear at Independence Hull
Thu fcathcts nro Daniels nnd I'rcd-
rrleks, both men well known In tho
navy, nnd lerognlzed us good In their
As far us putslhle, theso men will
ho matched ngatnst local talent,
though now far thin can bo ilonu Scul
ly docs not say now. Ho merely looks
wlco and saya ho hhs tho locals on the
Among those, however, who mo
practically mire to bo with Jack are
Marsh ami Richardson, both ot Toil
Tho opening bouts nro to take place
ou tho l"th and IStli Inst.
. stayedat home
Nick Peterson, tho hnckdr'ivcr who
after a bench warrant was Issued for
his arrest ou a charge of dimikenness
last Wednesday, hnd been eluding nil
llio uffoits of tbo intli-0. police force
to locate lilm, was yesterday gathered
lu on tho corner of llcthcl and King
ttreet hy Officer N'lwnlil. Ho ap
pealed In tho Pollen Court this morn
ing, and created much surprlcu by
Etnt'ng, In answer to a question as to
whero ho had been hidden nil this
lime, that he had been at home. Judgo
Aud.'ado gavo expression to consider
able doubt as to tho truth of this
iitat-jmi'iit. hut Nick n.Tcicd In luck
It up by llio testimony of Ida uclgh
burc. nnd on tho whole tin) affair
seems to ho oho on the iiollce. Tho
case was continued for u week.
HOTEL BATHS SOLD
Tho Hotel lluths property was this
mm sold nt a Slicilft'u bain held ut tho
polln- -titlon miller execution In tho
milt of R. W. Shluglo, who holds nil
llui claims against tho concern,
against tho naths company, Tho piop.
erty was knocked down to Eugeno
Campbell, reyaEontlng Shluglo, who
liutdo thu only hid, $8613.95, tho
amount of tho Judgment.
It Is understood that an attempt
will now bo ninilo to null or lento tho
A Meet Excellent Assortment of
3 HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
61? S KINO ST PHONE 525
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAGLE DYEING AND
Fort Street. Phone 575. .
E HERE WEDNESDAY
Skipper Of "Lurline"
Arranges Hr Dinner
On the 15th
When should the ynrlits In tho
Trri'is-Pnclflc Race ho sighted? It Is
thought by noma of tho juchtsnu'ii
liu o that they should polio lliclr
nu-.iH around Diamond Head Thurs
day or l-'rlilny of this week. And it
Ih thought hy one or another of tlin
men who arc with the yachts that
they will get into port Wednesday.
In fact, C.iptnlu Sinclair of tho Lur
lino h.'i'J wiltlen a local yachtsman
that he will sit down to dinner hero
with him on tho night of tho Kith, or
Wednesday. As the yachts left on
tho tfunrtli, "nntl are now nlno da)S
out, this will mean that ho expected j
to make the trip In 11 ihijx, with
On tho yachts eomo a number nf
prominent Lim Angeles men. 11 u
understood that tho Lurllne carried
five p.isscngcrH, ami thu Hawaii has
MAN OFTHE HOUR
iraiDona lu town Is In need of u
good I.ulgh,. with an extremely In
teresting evening In addition, n very
wise plan will be to visit tho "Man
ot tho Hour" performances which
will ho given nt tho Opera Hoiibo on
Thursday, Filday, and tho following
Tuesday. The laugii Is hound to
como fiom Hilly Wnircn, who plajs
tho Juvenile lend, or from .Major Pot
ter (Ahlcimnu Pliclnn, the boss of
tho Eighth Ward). It theto two do
not suflllec, James Wilder, tho venial
Jul 1st, wlm Is bound body nnd soul to
thu grafters' machine, will make
Tho play Itself Is strong, tho
laughs being Mich ns arc hi ought In
naturally and cleanly, without n bit
of horse-play and simply with clean,
sharp wit. .Tho story Is ono with
which many' aro familiar thiottgh tho
press. Alwyn Dennett, a younc mnn
ot good family. Is picked up by the
machine politicians to head their
ticket, on account o( his clean lec
ord. Then after ho has been elected
Mayor, tin attempt Is made to pass n
graft frnuchlbe thiough the Hoard of
Aldermen. This tho Mayor fights.
Attempts nro made to brlho li tin,
thiough offers of tho position of Gov
ernor nnd even advancement to the
U. S. Senate, nnd dually by nn offer
to glvo him tho girl ho loves lu mar
riage. All are lefiued and when tho
joung Mayor wins out In tho end nnd
defeats the grafters, he finds Hint ho
bus lost nothing, but has mado him
self respected by nil.
Tho company which will put tills
play on Is tho best seen nt the Opera
House for n long tlmo nnd should ro
cclvo tho support of all tho theater
goers of tho city. The tlckots nro on
sale nt Wnll, Nichols' nt the popular
prices of 7C, CO, and 25 cents.
BIG FLEET TO PASS
Expert Ishell Inst ovenlug received
tho following at Kaliuku whelesti sta
tion. "9:38 p. m. Fleet position, S p. m
latlludo 28 degrees 111 minutes, lungl
tudo 115 degrees 15 minutes. Fleet
will slow down to nine knots loinor
low noon to pass Leper Settlement til
daylight Thursday. Tho battleship
Nebraska Is 111) miles behind, and
will mertaku licet Tuesday moiiilng.
Mr. Ishell reports that tho Thomas
and tliaclcr by butting lu spoiled litis
attempt to get thu whole message sent
and so Jumbled things that ho 1b not
sine ot tho figures giving tho longi
tude. Tho -111 Kt messngo stalled by
Hie Connecticut wns ono fiom tho Nun
York Herald's correspondent to his
paper. On account nf tho Thomas and
C! lacier tho uutliu mossugo was lost
oxcept tlin address and biguaturo of
So far as tho Kaliuku Station Is
concerned, 11 Is beginning lu look m,
If uffoits to communicate with tho
Fleet hy wireless uro going to lie only
it qunlllled success, lor tho leasou
Hint tho naval vessels In port peislst
In hnttlngln ntMhb wiong tlmo, and
so intoirupt tho messages. As thoio
Is no sending apparatus at Knliuku,
Expert Iblii'll cannot tell tho ships
hero to keep still, and so misses u
good deal t hut would utherwlo bo
MIKAHALA TO TAKE PA3SENOERS
Tho steamer Mlkulipla of tho Inter
Island lleet will le.ivo l.ahnln.i, Maul,
on Wednesday evening, taking passen
gors. to see tho Fleet oft Kaluupupa
on Thursday morning, ictiirnlng to
I.alialuu In tho evening.
Tho mnmboi;3 mid friends of tho W,
C. T. V., tho ChilBtlan Endeavor So
cieties and tho Epwotlh Leuguo uro
cordially Invited to attend an lufoimul
licoptloii at Arlon Hall, in tho tear
of tbo Opera House, this evening at
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday, July 11,
SAN FRANCISCO ArriM'd July 10:
Selir. W. II. Murston, from Hllo,
YOKOHAMA Arrlud July 10:
S. S, AbIu, hence June 29.
AIA11UKONA Arrived July 10!
Ilk. Mohican, from San Francisco.
I11T.O Sallod July C: '
Hehr. Spokane, for Fort Townsund.
ELEELE Sallod Juno 20: '
Bchl-. (lco. V.. Hillings, for Sound.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed July il:
S. S. Tenyo Mam, for Honolulu.
R S M 5C R K it M 3C 31 K B M X S
3 3? 3C S 3? 51 3s K A K K 3i R 3t X M
Sunday, July 12.
Slmr O. Hall, Thompion, fnmi
Slmrc. Katnlanl, Weir, fiom Hllo.
Slmr. Mlknhula. Tullctt. fiom Maul
U. O. Co.M S. S. Santa Rita, Curtis,
3 M 3 31 ti & 31 K X V. M J V K X
W DEPARTED H
K 3 K ii 1C 3t rt H A ;l W JC W St
Monday, July 13.
Slmr. James Mnkee, Thompson, for
Pearl Hjiibur, a. in.
Stun- J. A. Cummins, Searlo, for
Oahu ports, 9 n. m
HKXIiXS X n X'K 3t H" 3t 31 a
H PASSENGERS ARRIVED
It X JC ;t )l K K K )i 3t It M Jt 3C n
Per stim. W. 0. Hull, from Kauai.
July 12. .Miss 1 lulu, F. E. Haw ley, C.
A. Rlcer D. Piittinnn, .!,. Mulilna, A. (1.
Comes, J. Cnmnin and child, Chang
Hoy, W. C. Peacock, W. (). Smith. Mr.
and Mis. C. M. Cooke, It. Ivors, Judgo
W, T. Robinson, J, Opfergelt and wife,
C3 deck. , "
Per stmr. Mlknhnhi, from Molokal
and Muul ports, July 12. Chas. Wes
tcl. .1'. I). McVeigh, C. H. Huilwell,
Ruv. II. P. Juild, F, II. Kales. W. L.
Heilhidii, D. McCnrrlslon, Y. Van
Hlng. W. Ilnllluan, A. Diulolt, Mis. A.
H PASSENGERS BOOKED X
K X K K H it . ,", X X
Per O. S. S. Alameda, for San Fran
cisco, July 1G Mrs. 1). K. Mncklnnon,
Miss Violet Damon, Miss M. Wilton,
Miss A. Kuskerback, Mies E. W.
Wmd, Miss II. Lisle, Miss It. Hunting
ton. E. I'ollltz, S. A. Crook, Miss W.
C. Crook, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. O. Anilur
lon, Mrs. T. S. Campbell, Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. Locklnger, Miss N. II. Stephen,
Miss C. W. Mecke, Mrs. 11. Wright,
Mrs. Loulso McCarthy, Miss Julh
Gullck, Miss O. E. Mooro, Mrs. St.
Ooar nnd party, Carter Frances,. M.
Hnrdy, Miss Margaret Ahes, Mrs. It.
W. Anderson nnd 3 children. Miss M.
I.oomls, Miss Wirt. J. S. Spltzer and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Stick and
con, A. J. McLcod, W. M. Wnyes, MUs
C. Arnold, Mrs. E. Hammond, L. Y. T.
Lnn Aloy Soong, Mrs. O. A. Pollltrer
and dnUBhtcr, F. W. M. Cressy nnd
wife, L. C.illlsh and child, F. A. Wiclt
ctt, R. S. Johiibon, Dr. Mnckall, E.
nishop, A. Morsan:tcrn, 13arUhaii3cn,
W. M. Noyos. H. .M. Wells, W. S.
Clarke, E. Frederick.
Per S. S. Hllonlan, for San Fran
oosco, July 14. Miss Ocrtrudo K.
llrown, C. F. White, F. C. Chalmers.
Miss V. K. Sailea. J. Dutot, W. E.
Chambers nud-pnrty (2), Miss Ma
goon, Lnni Maguon, D. Forbes and
pnrty, Jlrs. A. F. Iloyd, Miss Helen
LIbIo, MIbs Ruth Huntington, Chlng
Wnh Chun, Chlng Hung Yau, R. .V.
Rnbblns, Mls3 A. E. Savoy, Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Reed, J. Opfergelt, Mis.
Opfergelt nnd two chlld-on, E. M.
Watson. Dr. D. McV. Mackall, Mrs.
Tomllnson, Miss L. Kong, Y. T. Low,
Miss M. K. llionn, JIIss M. E. Foltz,
M. H. Smith, Miss A. W. Rlmlck, Win.
'H. Wutson. Miss E. JicOrcgor, MUs
Clalro Ueclto, MIsb Stephens. ""
Per stmr. Ko An Hon, Pedereou, fur
Knunl, July 13. Mrs. Eliza Kerlolu.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record July 11, 1C03,
Knlunhl and hsb to Paauhau Suiu-
Plantatlcn Co ji
Est. of Joseph Mlkuclo et nl by Ih'.i
et al to Hawallun Evaiigelic.il As
sociation. i i)
Entered for Record July 13, 10C3,
II Renjts by ntty to E A Melne.-ny
Polly Kalua and hsli to Joso V Ma-
Emily Ciinrndt and hch to Joso Fa
rla , n
Joso Fin i las and wf to First ILuik
of Hllo Ltd m
Keols Kiniolio and hsb to W Tin
Ynn Tr n
Edward Naptllo et al to Julia I One-
W O AchI to W O Achl Jr n
RoiiiKiu Sav nnd Loan Soc by ntty
et ull lu Knplnlanl Est Ltd.. I'm- Rol
Kuplolanl Est Ltd to" Est of Robert '
R lilt 1
Iluwn Mahogany Lumber Co Ltd to
Hiiwn Development Co Ltd ji
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 to
low that you will wonder how we oan
do it. We've done it, however; to
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.
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