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Rote Croix and Council of Ka
doth Regular, 7:30.
Honolulu Chapter Practice.
Hawaiian Second Degree.
All visiting members of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend mettlngi ot local lodget
HARMONY lODQE, No. 3, L 0. 0. F.
Meets everr Monday evening at
f:80 In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort BtrMl
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
DEN. F. V1CKER3. N. 0.
All Waiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. 07 F.
Meets overy 2d and 4th Tuesda
ot each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Bcretanla Bta.
Visiting Urothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. C.
. WALDUON, K. Of R. 4 B.
OAHU I0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Halt,
corner Fort and Berctanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEERINO, CO.,
JA3. W. WHITE, K.R.8.
HONOLULU LODQE 616, B. F. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge Nc. 616, B. P. O.
C, will meet In their hall on King
oear Fort street every Friday even
ing. By orde ot tho IS R.
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. McINERNY, E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No.8, K.of F,
Meets every Baturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor.
Port and Beretanla. Visiting broth
ti cordially invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE, CO.,
E. A. JACODSON. K.R.B.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. I.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited te at
'end. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. at
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
lially Invited to attend.
A. 11. ARLEIOH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY. C. of R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
PACIFIC PHOTO OALLEBY
Beit and latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STBEET near NUUANU.
K. HAHAHOTO, Manager.
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PABLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies on Hand
17 Hotel St. Tel. 471.
F. S. INagami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing, HOTEL ST. bet. Nananu & Bethel
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETb
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Bibi.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING, PAPERHANOING AND
General Tolling A Specialty.
Dealers in Well Paper, Paints, Oils,
Etc. P. 0. Box 914: 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kara,' mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
vlth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
SSt Bsretanla St Phone 1491.
does some people lots of good,
but when it becomes fad
harm ensues. Tonio is oftener
needed than special diet.
is "good medicine" and may
be used with impunity by any'
one. There is not enough al
cohol in Rainier to promote a
AT ALL BARS.
Rululcr Bottling Works
It will build you up
CHAMBERS 0RU6 CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING ST6.
You save I
When you get
us to make
Our ,25. suits
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some inn.
Get a Victor
BERGSTROM 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.
"BVBNINO - mJLLETINHONOliUllUrT. - ll.rVKl)Nl!8UAY7 -
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Who has room for another board
er? Answer through a B n 1 1 e t i n
Auto at'haok fare. Tel. 361.
Frank Mills, tho hackman, died In
W. 3. Bartlctt died recently nt tho
Honk! Honk! Call 1111. J. A. Mc
Leod, for tho pleasanteat auto rldo.
Moann Hotel bath house will bo
open every evening during month nf
volcano excursion Friday, July 17th
$25. Now Is your chanco. See pago
The Kapaa pineapple lands will
Boon be put up for salo In twenty-scro
Tlioro will bo n ilrcns rehearsal of
the "Mascot" tonight at 7:30 at the
Call 361 or 41, day or night, tor
Manuel K. Richards In his new Frank
Electric lights all over town, In
cluding tho Fleet decorations, will be
turned on at 8 o'clock this evening.
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks are served In the best manner
at the Fashion. Just' give us a try.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cuh
Register or Typewriter. Phoae 143.
P. Maurice McMahon Intimates In
a letter Just received from Southern
California that ho will soon return to
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
"Tho Water Rcsouiccs of Molokal,"
by Wnldcmar Llndgrcn, lias been Is
sued from tho Government Printing
offlco at Washington.
J. E. Santos wishes to nuiko known
that ho is still In tho bicycle repairing
business and also connected with the
messenger business. I'lionu 422.
Shoppers aro greatly Interested In
tho sale of ladles nnd children's hos
iery nt mom's this week. Special
values In lisle nnd cotton hosiery.
PiomptncB8 Is the word for a mes
senger service. Our boys aro prompt
nnd speedy. Just call 422 nnd you
will get the scrvlco that you destro.
Why wait till you can pay cash for
your Victor Talking Machine, when
you can get 11 now on our easy pay
ment plan? Bcrgstrom Music Co.,
The Alexander Young Cafe will be
open otery night after tho show dur
ing tho stay ot tho fleet. Special at
tention will bo paid to regular pat
Tomorrow will bo a mid-week La
dles' Day nt tho Commercial Club.
Lndy friends of tho club-members will
bo made welcome during tho lunch
If you need mora vitality, tho doctor
will say, "Drink Prlmo Beer." Tho
barley In beer Is food and tho hops
aro a tonic. Anil Prlmo beer Is tho
Walter Plcrson Kcllcy arrived hero
yesterday on tho Thomas and will Join
tho staff at the Experiment Station us
chemist, his special line of Inquiry
Tho regular bimonthly meeting of
the members ot tho Honolulu Chamber
ot Commcrco will bo held at tho rooms
of tho Chamber, Stangenwald build
ing, today at 3 o'clock p. in.
A message from Admiral Spcrry to
Chairman Carter last night signified
his accoptanco ot a dinner Invitation
for the 16th, oxtended to himself, and
tho other admirals and staffs.
"Sampcck" clothes for boys havo
the samo stylo, material, and work
manship as tho-clothes for grown-up
men. Their nattlness makes htm feel
ho Is almost a man. M. Mclncrny,
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Reynolds expect
to lcavo ln'the Marama next week tor
an extended stay In Sydney and the
Colonics. This Is Mr. Reynolds' first
trip from tho Islands In thirty-five
h. Ayau Shoo Company on Nuuanu
street has shoes and tho finest shoes
In Honolulu! But tho crowds aro go
ing thero, nnd tho shoes aro selling
fast Oo and get a pair. Romombcr
the place, 100S Nuuanu street.
Pay Clerk J, W. Caum, U. S. N.,
who has been detailed hero as relief
ot Thomas Dunn, will arrtvo hero by
the battleship Bbodo Island. His wlfo
and son arrived hero on tho Alameda
and aro at Mrs. Angus' on Emma
William A. Bowen and family have
received a warm wolcomo homo. Last
Sunday tho Portuguese Sunday school
gavo them an ovation, which was con
tinued In Central Union church. Mr.
Bowen will conduct tho midweek Bor
vlco In Central Union chapel this oven
Ing. Everybody welcome.
Tho pcoplo of the Loper Settlement
aro going to greet tho (lcot with a
groat assortment of daylight II re
works. Superintendent Jack McVeigh
purchased these yesterday morning
and shipped them in tho afternoon.
Ono big cxploBlvo, when fired In tho
air will form tho world "Welcome"
Court Camoes No. 8110, A. O. F.,
Installed tho following officers last
ovonlng at San Antonio Hall: Dr. J.
F. Cowes, J. P., Chief Ranger; H.
Perolra, Chief Ranger; Gaspar Sllva,
Sub-Chief Ranger; M. C. Pachcco,
Financial Secretary; E. A, Dunn, Bo
cording Secretary! J. P. Rego, Treas
urer; Cesar Modelros, Senior Wood
ward; M. J. Borges, Junior Wood
ward; J. A. Gonsalvcs, Senior Beadle;
F. A. Traukuada, Junior Bcadlo.
toot eyes never give you the slight
est trouble, this ad. is not for you.
If they DO, take them to
A. N, SANFORD,
" WATBSFSONT NOTES
TOMORROW WILL BE a holiday
nlong the waterfront. Tho Atlnnttc
Fleet Is expected In tomorrow after
noon, and things will bo quiet nil
day beforehand. As a consequence,
tbo Klnatt Is receiving freight today.
The Maunn Loa will bo In tomorraw,
n day early, nnd tho Mnuna Kca will
also arrive a day early, or Friday
THE CLAUDINE had below
hatches, when sho arrived from Hllo
and Maul this morning, the following
cargo; 44 cords wood, 09 bunches ba
nanas, 126 sacks potatoes, 6 horses, El
hogs, 13 bundles hides, nnd 151 pack
THE .WATER-WAGON Arethusla
sailed yesterday for tho leo of Mnul,
to wait thero for tho division of tho
Fleet which Is to anchor under tho
Ice ot that Island.
THE BUCRANIA, collier with coal
for tho big fleet, loft this mninlng for
Maul. Her placo In tho stream was
taken by tho supply ship Culgou.
THE KINAU brought the following
cargo this morning from Kaunl: ROOD
bags sugar, 2G0 sheep, and miscellan
THE J. A. CUMMIN'S went on the
mnrlno rallwuy this morning to bo
THE MAUI left at 2 o'clock this af
ternoon for Hawaii ports.
THE KAUAI left this noon for Hllo.
snaiiRiiMUKt. x w s h s a
ft PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per 0. S. S. Alameda, Dowdcll, fur
San Francisco, July 10. J. a. Ander
son. Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. R. W. An
derson nnd 3 children. Miss C. Arnold,
L. Bnrkhauscn, Miss Bauer, E. Bishop,
Miss Broun, L. Cnlllsh, Mrs. Calljsli
and child, J. O. Carter, Mrs. Carter,
W. M. Crcssy, MrB. Crcssy, C, P. Cum
nlnghum, A. J. Ferrogglnro, E. Fdcr
crick, Mrs. J. H. George, Miss George,
Mrs. E. Hammond, F. A. Hesse, R. S.
Johnson, J. J.., Kennedy, Miss Keonn
ona, Dr. B. McV. Mackall, MrR. D. K.
Mncklnnon, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Mcs-
ton, A. Morgenstcrn, Miss Louise Mo
Cnrthy, H. Nahaolclua, W. M. Noyes,
E. Peterson, Mrs. O. A. Polllster. Ml.is
Polllster, E. Points, W. P. Scott, J.
Spltzcr, Mrs. Spltzcr, Miss N. B.
Stephen, H. L. Stlch, Mrs. Stlch, Mr.
St. Goar, Miss C. It. Uecko, Miss E.
W. Ward, F. A. WIckctt, J. Wilson,
NEW KAHAUIKI BIDS
(Continued on Page 2)
tcrs $ 921.78 t 921.011
Bachelors' Quarters 2,400.00 2,100.00
2 N. C. O. Quarters,
each 578.11 S78.00
2 Lavatories, each.. 4,320.10 4,320.00
Mpbh hall nnd kitch
en 741.58 741.00
A very notlccablo fenturo about
these bids Is that they aro practically
Identical, flio only dlfferenco being
that the estimates of Chalmers arc
$1.90 lower than thoso of Qutnn.
Only ono set of bids was mado for
tho electric work, and that was by
Chalmers, aa follows:
Field Officers' Quarters $410
Bachelors' Quarters 403
2 N. C. O. Quartors, each 170
2 Lavatories, each 104
Mcbs hall and kitchen 405
2 Barracks, each 6tif!
All theso bids will bo sent to Wash
ington by Qtinrtcrmastcr Captain
Humphrey. Ah no bids for general
construction wcro mado in San Fran
cisco last time, It seems likely thnt
any will bo mado today. In Biich cnBo
It appears that Lucas Brothers will
land tho big contract. Work- will bo
started about ton days after the
awarding of tho contract, and It will
tako about a year to complcto tho
work. , '
"When the now buildings havo been
erected Fort Shatter will bo a regula
tion four company post, whereas,
while at prcsont four companies' aro
Btatloncd thero by cramping tho quar
ters, thero Is only regulation Bpaco
for two companies.
A Meet Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S KING ST. PHONE 525.
3Ul)I - Jli,"lWS. - -
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9. A on! IN s W i Bil H IM i toi taj rj red mi-j CHiimtnlttdKJifcmtwirmi9
THURSDAY, JULY 10 Afternoon : Daylight fireworks by Japanese En
terteinment Committee upon arrival of Fleet, Eight o'clock: "Man
of the Hour," Hawaiian Opera House.
FRIDAY, JULY 17 Morning: Parale of 2100 men of Fleet; Bishop Mu
seum, 9 to 5. Afternoon: 1 to 5. Wild West Show; 1:30, baseball,
Aala Park; 7:30, boxing, wrcstliiifr. nnd tug-of-war at sports pavil-
ion; 8, Fleet ball at Waikikl, anl "Xin of the Hour" at Hawaiian
SATURDAY, JULY 18 Fair and ln:a (all day), old Schmidt place, next
to Queen's Hospital. Morning: 9 o'clock, excursion Oahu Railway
and Land Co., takini: in two phntitions, pineapple fields, Wahiawa,
and shores of Pearl Harbor, far: 76c; Bishop Museum, a to o. Alt
ernoon: 1 to 6, WId West Sho v; 1:30, baseball. Aala Park; 7, press
dinner, Commercial Club; 7:30, fireworks, wrestling match, and box
ing match; 8:15, "The Mascot," Hawaiian Opera House; Field Day,
with Band. Bovs' Field.
SUNDAY, JULY 19 Morning: 9 o'clock, excursion Oahu Railway &
Land Company, to rcarl Harbor and wahiawa. Afternoon: x to o,
regatta at Waikiki; 3, baseball at Kapiolani Park; 3 to 5, concert
of sacred and classic music at Moana Hotel, Waikiki; 7:30, Fleet
musical service, Central Union Church; 7:30, sacred meeting at Em
MONDAY, JULY 20 Morning: 9 o'clock, excursion Oahu Railway &
Land Company, to Pearl Harbor and wahiawa; an rumor trio
and band to officers; fish chowder; hookupu. Monday, Tuesday, and '
Wednesday. Afternoon: 1:30, baseball, Aala Park; 3, polo, Kapio
lani Park; 7:30, first boxing match, second tuc-of-war at sports pa
vilion: 8:15. "The Mascot," Hawaiian Opera House.
TUESDAY, JULY 21 Morning: 9 o'clock, excursion Oahu Railway &
Land Uompanv, to reari nuroor ana vvniiiuwa, xcuri naiuur irip to
officers; fish chowder. Afternoon: 1:30. baseball. Aala Park; 7:30,
boxing (for sailors only), at sports pavilion: 8:15, "Man of. the
Hour." Hawaiian Opera House.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 Afternoon
polo at Kapiolani Park; 7:30, fireworks, boxine, fleet champions
against Island champions; 8:15, "The Mascot," Hawaiian Opera
THURSDAY, JULY 23 Afternoon:
fireworks by Japanese Entertainment Committee on departure of
The band proeram for Fleet we;k, as arranged, is:
July 16 Morning, meet Fleet; Governor's reception, Capitol; 4 to 6 p. m.,
July 17 Morning, Naval parade; 1 to 3 p. m., Wild West Show; 4 to G,
Captain Rces' reccntion; evening, ball at Waikiki.
July 18 1 to 5 p. m., Wild West Show; 7:30, fireworks.
July 19 2 to 5 p. m concert, Moana Hotel.
July 20 9 a. m., hookupu at Oceanic dock; 4 to 6 p. m Naval dock;
evening, Young Hotel dance.
July 21 3 v. m., polo game: 7:30 p. m.. snorts pavilion. .
July 22 1:30 p. m., baseball; 4 to 0 p. m Naval dock; 7:30 p. m fire
Jnlv 23 Aloha to Fleet.
July IB, IfiOS.
Temperatures c a. in., 71; 8 n.ni.,
79; 10 n. in., 76; noon, 7S; mornliiK
Barometer, 8 a. in., 30,01; nhso-
,u,e ......mm,, o ,.,.,, b ,..,.
per cubic foot; relative humidity, 8
a. in., 73 per cent.; dew point, 8 n.ni.,
Wind C n. m., velocity 10, dlrec-
tlon E; 8 n. m.. velocity 8, direction
h: 10 n.ni., velocity 1,. illiccllon h;
noon, velocity lu, mieciicm !..
icainrall miring 24 Hours ended
Over $10,000 Wanted
FAIUVIEW. Neb.. July 1 1. Tho Democratic National Commlttco
has decidcil to accept no contribution of over $10,000. for campaign ex
penses fiom any ono pcison. ,
The Bclcctlon of n chairman has been left tu a committee of nine.
Bryan will bo notified of his nomination on August 12.
For Their Convention
COLUMBUS, Ohio. July 14. Thero arc 1500 delegates In tho city to
attend tho National Prohibition Convention, which meets tomorrow.
Taft's Long Acceptance
HOT SPRINGS, Ark., July II. Secretary Taft's speech ot nircpt
anco will contain 11500 words. Tlioro will ho 15,000 words lu hlit letter
Elk Ruler Holland
DALLAS, Toxns, July vl t. Tho Elks have chosen II, L. Holland as
ruler, and hnvo chosmi Los AiikcIch he thn place of meeting next year.
EQUITABLE OFFICER DEAD
NEW YOItK, N. Y July 1 1. Jordan, formerly h.ritmller ot tho
L'nullnblo Life, died suddenly tonight while riding lu tho Siibwny.
ADMIRAL BURWELL TO RETIRE
. WASHINGTON, D. C, July 11 Bear Admiral llurwell, U. S. N.,
will bu lutlird mi thu 19th.
am i '.
MINDANAO OUTLAWS KILLED '
MANILA, P. I., July II. Tho Constabulary has Btormed Cotu, In
Mindanao. Fourteen outlaws wcro killed.
m i mm i '
FIFTY-SEVEN FI3HERMEN DROWNED .'
SANTANDEB. Spain, July 1 1.
liuvo been drowned.
- "a fa N Pa Pa p.a p.a Pa Pa ra Pa M-
: 1:30, baseball, Aala Park; 3,
1:30. baseball, Aala Park; daylight
S a. n .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 2CI miles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather
Clark Kennedy, an Englishman,
tinu linnti PUIitMI'ml 111- trtlinumnti nnn.
Tet Morocco, an,i la fcdng ,lcM
Expenses of California for thu fiscal
year Just closed exceed $1B,000,000,
slum lug an Increaso over last year.
S()u,ilcm ,,ncinc Is again Indicted
hecauso ot rebates granted to Miller
-In u Btoim hero flfty-reven fishermen
IN 11 PORTS
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, July 14.
SAN 1'HANCIsCO Arrived July lui
S. S. EtiteipriM-, from Hllo, July 3.
8. S. Korea, honco July 8
BRISBANE Sailed July 8:
S. S. Aorangl, for Honolulu.
BltlSIlANE Arrived July 13!
a. s. Manuka, hcuco Juno 27.
X Jl W JC 3 K 5C J 35 tt H) K M H K M
Wednesday, July 15.
Stmr. Kliiau, Gregory, from Kiiual,
Stmr. Chuidlno, Bennett, from Illlu
niiil' Maul, 6 a. in.
tt 5? 5? 5fl a K K.3C K K M K Jt K X
K M K M 3C M M K 31 X JO Jt 3d W 2
. Tuesday, July 14.
A.-IL S. S. Despatch, KoKcrwIU,
for San Francisco, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Mlknhnln, Tullett, for Molo-
knl, Maul, and Lanal, ft p. in.
Stmr. Llkellke, Nnopala, for Ha
wall ports, G p. in.
Stmr. W. (1. Hull, Thompson, for
Kuiuil ports, ft p. in,
U. S. 8. Arethusla, Pulton, for Lu
hnlnn. Wednesday, July Ift.
Stmr. Mnul, liriilm, tor Hawaii, 2
p. in. .
Br. slim. 1tucr.-tiil.-t, for Mitalne.i
Il.iy, n. in.
Stmr. Kauai, for Hllo, 12 ni.
ui 51 M a W M K If. JC K M ft i( 3t 31
K SAILING TODAY
X K BC 5C K W, K S 3 JC K X M K M
U. S. A. T. Thomas, Lym.iii, for
Manila via Guam, ft p. in.
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
For Btmr. Klnau, Gregory, from
Kauai, July 15. Mrs. W. II. nice, Mlsa
L. B. Paty, A. S Wilcox and wife, A.
C. Wilcox, Miss Damon, Miss M. Wat
erhouse, Mlsa E. Bice, J. K. Farley,
II. II. Brodle, J. Kalilbamu. W. A.
Kinney anil wife, MiiBter Kinney, Do
La Vergno, T. II. Iloblnson, A. It.
Itlce. Mrs. Schultzc, Miss B.irham, J.
I. Sllva and wtro, Miss I. Goen, L. I..
.Mann and wife, W. J. Doylo and serv
ant, L. L. Harding, G. N. Wilcox. C.
II. Wilcox, Miss Greenhanie, Miss Les
lie, Miss S. Do La Nux, Muster Broad
bent, Miss Lennox, MrH. Lennox, Miss
F. K. Deveilil, F. Gay, E. Gay, Dr. II.
V. Hiuiilmv. Judge Dole, Miss .Allen,
Geo. II. F.ilichlld and children,' Miss
McClymont, A. Gnitlcy, Misses l'nyo,
.Masters Fnyc, Mrs. C. W. Spitz, C. W.
Smith, Pah On, Ton Wo, S. Hnka
fchlma nnd wife. Mrs. J. W. Afcch, 11.
Huhrlg. F. Carter. Limit. Klttelscn, Dr.
Geo. II. Hiiddj. C. E. King, W. T.
KuwIltiB, .Iiih. Hula mid wife. It. K.
Kuhi. Mrs. J. Andrccht, Mr. and Mm.
Kuhlimiiin, I). G. May, C. It. Jiudlii,
Mrs. J. ltenule, Miss l'illanl, lleo F.it,
wlfo and family, Miss V. Alol.ul, W.
Johnston, J. I). White, K. J. Morgan,
Geo. Holt, C. Holt, O. Comrades, 3.
Ilanchet, D. Kalaniakanl, J. Hiiddy
and wlfo and 105 on deck.
Per stmr. Clnudlne, Bennett, from
Illlo and Mnul. July 15. Chits. Key
nobis, J. A. Williams, W. A. Br Hoy.
A. O. Campbell. It. Itlchnrds, E. E.
Itlclumls, It. B. Chuicli, Thos, Nnhlw.i,
E. W. Dm mini, M. Cnbral, J. Toim.
D. W. II. Dcas, M. II. Heiilor, Mr. K.o
liho, Mrs. V. Achong. Mrs. Kalp , .1.
Pun. Mrs. E. Pa. D. K. Nlwn, C. IC.
Kalelkoa, J. Pahln. J. Mamie, K. Kill
wl, 8. A. Baldwin, Mr. (iiinii, wlfo nnd
ehlldr, II. Knlgun, It. Chllllngworth,
Miss E. Smith, Mro. Cormvell, Mib.
8. E. Bailey, Mrs. Wicim nnd child,
A. McFce, II. M. Alexander nnd wife,
W, Ault nnd wife, Itev. Air. Illltrt, II.
E. Ilendrlck, Mrs. T.ivaics, Airs Al.t
moda, Mrs. B. II. Italic. J. Vincent mid
wife, Airs, llredo. Airs, II. Wilkinson,
Airs. E. II. Hallo, J. Klrklind. nnd
wlfo, AlrB. Groves, Mr. Soulo, AlrH. E.
Srhollz, Airs. C. Srhollz, Sonnln Hurt,
II. Quill, 8. Wienii, AL J. Jarclln, wire
and child, Miss V. Fernandez. J. A.
Maylleld, Wmid Lai, 8. A. ('ni)k,
.Miss 1. Ciuok, E. II, HogurK, Mra.
Bolillng, W. llolillng, F. MndclliM.. AL
P. Wilsht nml wlfo, Jlaiy Geo. W. F.
Aloshiiinii. C. F. Itoso, Mm. E. II. Gii.t
icro anil clillil, Alls. IIHhh nml rhlld,
II. Goriiiaii, Miss MnrDoiiiild, !. 11.
Fisher. Chas, Sang, Lou Got, I). L.
iistln, .1, II. McSwanrou and S2 deck.
THE IT. 8. A. T. TIIOAIAS loaves
this iiflcrnoon at ft o'clock for AIu
nlln by way of Guam, nftor a st ly nt
two days in this poit. Sho nxiicetH
to bo In wtivlcHS toiiimiiulc.itlon with
this pint for somn time after Klin pulH
In Ben, mid arrangements hao been
mado to have tho world's news ie
layed fiom heie.
Evening Bulletin 755 per month.
GET IN EXT
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
we KNOW. '
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works, '
King near AlapaL