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JiVENIXO'DTILLETiy ATLANTIC FLEET 'EDITION .PT A ,jw , , ipj
Rote Croix and Council of Ka
doth Regular, 7:30.
Honolulu Chapter Practice.
Hawaiian Second Degree.
AH vlnltlne uicmbers of cbe
order art cordially Invlteil to
attend aiCUltur of local lodges
ARM0Jr? LODGE No 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meats i-vory Monday evening at
5:30 In lOOi Hall. Tort Btreet.
h It ill.NDKY, Secretary.
UEN. F. VICKEUS, N. U.
All vMtius iiititrnTii very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meet" vp v I .tnl Itli Tuesdaj
of enUi niontli .1 i 31) p. in. at K. P.
Hall, lorncr To t ir..l Ueretanla Sta.
Vlltlng Urothri cordially welcome.
W. L. LYI.E. C. C.
f. walduon, k. of n. & a.
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DEEMING, CO..
IAS W. WHITE. K.R.B.
I HONOLULU LODOE 616, B. P. 0. E.
' Honolulu Look- No 616, U. P. O.
E will meet In their hall on King
rear Fort street every Friday even
ing. . By order of the E It.
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. MclNEUNY. E. R.
Wm. JCKINLEY LODOE No.8, K.of P.
Meet every Saturday evening at
t:80 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and Beretanla. Visiting broth
er cordially Invited to attend,
W. L. FRAZEE, C.C.,
E. A. JACOBSON. K.K S.
HONOLULU AEREE 140, F. 0. E.
lleet on the 2nd and 4th WEl
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited ta at
'and. W. L. FRAZEE, W Prest.
H T MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
MfitH ery first and third Thurs-
lays of ench month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall Visiting brothers cor-
tlnlly Invltjd o nttend.
A. 11. ARLEIGH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
PACIFIC PHOTO GALLERY
Best 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. &. Nagami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST bet. Nuuanu & Bethel
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
Etc. P. 0. Box 014. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
t dene by the
v.lth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
SSI Bl.-eUnla 8t Phone Mat.
does tome people lota of good,
but when it becomes a fad
harm ensues. Tonic 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.
Hutuler llottllng Worka
Hmmminhjagiwui. i' ivn w imiww
nun down i
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR FORT AND KINO 8TS,
When you get
us to make
Our $25. suits
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
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.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Who has room for another board-
er ? Answer through a Bulletin
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 361.
Rent Frnnklln rare. Stkyds Htbls.'
I-adlcs' day nt the Commercial Club
all day today.
Tho Board of Health has Issued now
health ngent commissions.
Honk! Honk! Cnll 1111. J. A. Mc
l.cod, for tho ulenflnntost auto ride.
Jack Lucas has formally nmiouncod
that ho will be p candidal; for Major.
Mo.iua Hotel bath huuso will bo
onen every evening during month of
Volcano excursion Friday, July lTlh,
J25. Now Is your chance. Seo pngo
Call 3G1 or 41, dny or night, for
Mnnuel K. Richards In his now Frank
Take your carriage or automobile
to HawailHn Carrlnga Manfy. Co for
up tn-dntc repairs.
Governor I'rcnr nnd patty will occu
py a box nt tho show at Hie Opera
House Saturday night.
All kinds of beer, wines nnd mixed
drinks are served In tho best manner
nt the Fashion. Just glvo us a try.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Snccialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Rcciitcr or Typewriter. Phone 143.
llio big annual clearance buIp at tno
N, S. Sachs Dry Guodn Co. will clot,o
lifter tomorrow. Get ready for a rec
ord shipping day tomorrow.
The boating excundon around tho
lleet In honor of tho Kelo and Santa
Clara tenuis will leave tho foot of
l'ort street tonight al 7: IT. sharp.
On Installments ot $3 per mniitii jou
can purchase n White Family Rotary
sowing machine. Hcuny & Co.. Ltd
agents, 120G Fort St. 1'hono 48S
There nro only two ila)s mora of
the special Bale ot llloiu's nf ladles
and children's hosiery. Lisle nnd Im
ported cotton hoso ul special prices.
font join Irou roots lttr ' Aritrlc
Yo.i lll be riirpilscd it Its coollnc
ind prcsorvntlv J piopcrtlcs. Calllornla
Fpfd CO. HKPIltB
Six hundred ncrc-H of land 'has been
refused by I.nml Commissioner I'rntt
to nineteen persons on Hawaii who
wish to form a settlement association.
Have you seen it? The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
OftVe Specialty Co.? Ltd.
The meeting of tho Third Precinct
Fourth District, Republican dub, for
the election of officers, has been post
I oned until Friday evening, July 24.
At tho corner of Ueretanla and Em
ma yfisterdny morning a garage em
ploje, named M. C. King, who was
caioiessly driving machine, was ut
rested by Officer Fred Weed.
Lizzie Mersberg, u vvnjwtird girl,
who ran away from home to Mart
housekeeping on hor own account,
was arrested jcatcrdiy and cluuged
with disobedience to her parents.
Don't let vnurself forcet that In
folio 'b Old Koim Coffeo ou vjo tho
cry finest coffeo In tho world. Iloast
ed and ground fresh every day nt
Uenry May & Co., Ltd., photic; 22.
D. P. O'Doimell, a deserter from
Fort Shatter for whoso arrest n re
wnrrt of $50 was offered, was j eater
day caught by Officer Mcdclros. Ho
had been missing since the last part
The pollco are prepaiing for extra
work while tho fleet Is 111 poit. The
dormitories are being refurnished with
cots and mosquito nets, It being tho
ptupose of the Sheriff tb have tho
men working on extra watches sleep
Final and supplementary nccounts
In the John Eua Kstnte were filed es
terday by Father Valentin and tho
Hawaiian Trust Co. After llio neces
sary contracted expenses wero paid,
tho money wnb divided among the
heirs entitled to It.
The heavy Biirf of tho last few dnyH
bvvept tan 1 onto tho lawns of tho Sen
sldo and Moana hotels. Tho board
walk between tho two hotels was
broken up two or thrco times nnd par
tially submerged with sand. Every
thing is iigaln in Bhlpshupe.
Tho Honolulu Aerlo of Eagles havo
mado arrangements to give tho visit
ing brothers In the licet an excellent
MimkiT on Monday evening nt tho K.
of P. Hall. Thcro will bo strictly Ha
vvallnn features introduced that will
to most pleasing to tho visitors.
Admiral Sperry's men will bo hero
nnded tonight by a number of joimg
folks, who havo chartered launches
and barges for thnt purpose Many
of Honolulu's best Hawaiian slngcrB
will bo in tho party with 'their guitars,
ukuleles, banjos nnd other Instru
ments. Tickets for tho Atlantic flcpr. ball
can bo procured at tho following
places; Hnvvnllan News Co, Ltd.,
Chnmbers Ding Co., Ltd.. Wall, Nlch
ols Co., Ltd., nenson Smith & Co
Ltd., Iierghtront Music Co. Ltd., Hoi
lister k Co . Ltd., M. A. Gunst & .Co..
M. Mrlnerny Ltd.
tn a wlrp'pss mpssngo sent bv H. H,
l'atcliln, the correspondent of tho Now
V.K Herald on board tho U, S. S. Ver
mont to tho Honolulu coricspotideut
of the Herald It wns iitnlcd last night
that Admiral Sperry had been exer
cising tho lleet dally in ovoluthms at
10 o'clock each morning.
An Innuity conies fiom Los Augclos
relatlvo to tho whereabouts of Archlo
Hcrries, who disappeared from thcro
about Juno 17. Ho is iibout twenty
jeurs old, six foet tall and was dressed
when Inst scon In an elephant colored
two piece suit, dark Bhoes mid gray
hat with lighter shade of ribbon. Ills
month Is an invalid nnd Is anxious to
hear fiom him.
The Ilapld Tinnslt carmen will havo
a seven days' lot of work that will
give them few hours off duty. Extra
men havo been added and It Is bald
that lunchos will bo provided at the
power house for tho short laj-off nec
essary to cuib tho pangs of himgqr.
The Ilapld Transit will havo ovoiy car
out In Borvlco and expects to ba nblo
to handle tho crowds In excellent
vour eyes never give you the slight
est trouble, this ad. is not for you.
If they DO, take them to
A. N. SANFOHO,
OYSTER HAY, L. I., Jlll 15 -Nn
val Expert Hcttteidalil, whose riltl
elsnis of the Anieilcan Navy ntliact
ed widespread intention Just before
the Atlantic Fleet sailed from Hamp
ton Roads, nnd who accompanied tho
Fleet to San Fianclsco, today dli-cuss
eil his forthcoming nrtlclu on tho
Fleet nnd its trip, with the 1'icmI-
dent, whose guest he has been.
July IB. Flight of Count Zeppelin
In his iilrBhtp today was postponed
for n week on account of an accident
Count Zeppelin linn tn.itlo the moU
Etieiessful nlrship tllgfu m far h
(orded, having lenmiued In the ulr
over twflvo lioinii mid directed his
machine over n urent exp.mso of ter
KOMURA FOREIGN MINISTER
LONDON, Hug., Jul IB. Ilaron
Komtirn, who lias been hero na the
j.lnpamsp Ambassador, and who It H
pxpeited will lie named as Mlnlstei
of Foreign Affairs In the Katsma
Ministry, will mill for ToMo on tho
27th ot this month He will letuin
to Japan via Amerlt.t.
EDITORS MUST PAY
CHICAGO, III., July in ludgo C.
C. Kohlsaat. of the United States
Circuit Couit, today leudcred a de
cision to tho effect Hint It vv.ih un
lawful for transportation companies
to piovlde tinnsportatlon of inter
Ktnlct untitle ns pa men t of ml vol Us
ALU IS DEAD
I)I:NVI:U. Colo.-July IB. Alia
tho anarchist, who shot and kilted n
Roman Catholic pi left while recclv
ing holy communion scvcial mouths
ago, w.i3 lringed todny. On the scar
fold he cm swl the priests mid loviled
the Roman Catholic lollglon.
KERN !S HONORED
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. July 15. A
non-partisan welcome was given to
Johnson V Kern, the Democratic
nominee foi the Vice Presidency, who
nritved nt his homo here today Vice-
President Fairbanks presided at tho
BOMB IN NEW YORK
Ni:V YORK, N. Y July IB. A
bomb explosion today wiecked an
npaitment house. No fatalities 10
sulted fiom the explosion and tho per
pctrator of tho outrage Is unknown
ub Is his lea son for tho net.
SHRINERS HAVE ADJOURNED
ST I'.U'L. Minn,, July IB. Tho
Slii'Iners In contlavo heio havo ad
join ned and selected. Louisville as
their nicctlng-pliuo for next jenr.
FRANCE WINS RACE
LONDON, i:ng., July IB. Franco
can led off tho Illinois In the sono
meter IiIchIo nice today nt the OIm
SEVEN MINERS KILLED
POTTSVILLU, Pn July IB. An
explosion In n mlno today killed bov
cn Illinois and injured othcis.
FOI, MORNING CAULK
Important Events Since the
Fleet Left San Francisco
llryan vvub nominated on tho (list
ballot bv tho Democratic convention
John Woith Kent of Iiidlaunpolls Is
tho rnndldiito for Vlco President.
Tho Democrats declnrn that they
A Meet Excellent Assortment of
3 HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S KINO. ST. PHONE 525.
Mi Bji a Itn Kb fa Ea ha Cjq fca fai tin '
Fl FFT WFFI
a B IIMUBB
Pjt fci fe) cw tai tai tsl est w trj t&i sy ta
THURSDAY, JULY 10 Afternoon:
tertairuncnt Committee upon art
of the Hour," Hawaiian Opera Ho
FRIDAY, JULY 17 Morning: Parab
seum, 0 to 0. Afternoon: l to wild, west snow; i:au, uascbaii,
Aala Park; 7:30, boxing, wrest njf and iug-of-war at sports pavil
ion; 8, Fleet ball at Waikiki, an I 'Vm of the Hour" at Hawaiian
SATURDAY, JULY 18 Fair and lu:i
to Queen's Hospital, Morning: o clock, excursion Unnu Hallway
and Land Co., takim; in two pl.;;!itions, pineapple fields. Wnhiawa,
and shores of Peatl Harbor, far: 75c: Bishop Museum, 9 to 5. Aft
ernoon: 1 to 5, W id Wc Shn ; 1:30, baseball, Aala Park; 7, press
dinner, Commcrcirl Club; 7:30, fireworks, wrestling match, and box
ing match; 8:15, "The Mascot," Hawaiian Opera House; Tield Day,
with Band. Boy3 ricld.
SUNDAY, JULY 10 horning: 9 o'clock, excursion Oahu Railway " &
Land Company, to Pearl Harbor and Wahiawn. Afternoon: 2 to 5.
regatta at Waikiki; 3, baseball nt Kapiolani Park; 3 to 5, concert
of sacred and classic inusio nt Moana Hotel, Wnikiki; 7:30, Fleet
musical service, Central Union Church; 7:30, sacred meeting at Em
MONDAY, JULY 20 Morning: 9 o'clock, excursion Othu Railway &
Lar.d Company, to Pearl Hnrbor and Wnhiawa: Petri Harbor trin
and band to officers; fish chowder: hookupu, Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday, Afternoon: 1:30, baseball, Aula Park; 3, polo, Kapio
lani Park: 7:30, first boxing match, second tutr-of-war at spotts pa
vilion; 8:15, "The Mascot," Hawaiian Opera House.
TUESDAY, JULY 21 Morning: 9 o'clock, excursion Oahu Railway &
Land Company, to Pearl Harbor and Wnhiawa: Pearl Harbor trip to
officers; fish chowder. Afternoon: 1:30, baseball. Anla Park; 7:30,
boxintr ffor sailors only), at sports pavilion: 8:15, "Man of the
Hour," Hawaiian Opera House.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 Afternoon : 1:30, baseball, Aala Park; 3,
polo at Kapiolani Park; 7:30, fncworks, boxintr. Fleet chommons
ncainst Island champions; 8:15, "The Mascot," Hawaiian Opera
THURSDAY, JULY 23 Afternoon: 1:30, baseball. Anla Park; daylight
fireworks by Japanese Entertainment Committee on departure of
The band pronain for FJeet o;k, as arranged, is:
July 30 Morning, meet Fleet-; Governor's reception, Capitol; 1 to G p, in.,
July 17 Morning, Naval naradc; 1 to 3 p. m.. Wild West Show; 4 to G,
Captain Eces' rcccntion; cvenin?, ball at Waikiki.
July 181 to 5 p. m.. Wild West Show: 7:30, fireworks.
July 19 2 to 5 p. m., concert, Moana Hotel.
July 209 a. m., hookupu at Oceanic dock; 4 to 0 p. m Naval dock;
evening, Young Hotel dance.
July 21 3 n, ni nolo iraine: 7:30 n. rn.. so'ts uavilion.
July 221 :30 p. in., baseball; 4 to 0
July 23 Aloha to Fleet.
(Gun Metal Finish)
This shoe is mode of the very finest
selected material, nnd the workman
ship is that so well lenown in all Ban
We pay prompt attention to all Isl
and mail ordeis.
SHOE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
No. 618. Price $6
?anufacturers9 Shoe Oompanw. Ltd.
1051 FORT ST. "The Reliable House." TEL. 2S2.
will mal,e all their campaign contri
butions public nnd will leielve none
for nioio than $10,000. from one per
son. Histein cities havo been experienc
ing tho hottest weather fcliico 1801
Finnk Hitcheock has been named
ihahmun of the Republican national
Admit il Thoiiina was bulled at
Newport, It.. I., July Z.
Tom WatKon has ut i opted the nom
ination of tho PopulUtB for Pi evi
dent. Julian does not like the exclusion
plunk In the Dcmoct title plntfoiiu.
Tho armored uulicis Washington
and Tennessee have been sent to
'I ho battleship South Ciiolina was
launch! d July 1 1.
The (lei man car won tho New York
to Pat Is nice.
Tho ciiilEor Albany has been iir-
ilcicd to Aiunp.ilu on account of tho
CoiigioRsman llobsou, speaking ho
foro the Dcmociatlo convention, H.ild
war with Japan would lomo in four
yea is uud tho Republican party Is re
sponsible for the uiipioteUcd state of
vulnerable, positions, on tho coast
Time of tho engineers' crow nn
the monitor Nevada -nolo scalded
.Inly ! by a bin sting steam pipe.
Tho OIiupIi' games woio opened
,by King l.'dvvnrd July 13. The Ainoi
li an Hie mid lev olvcr team won the
win Id's championship. Flanagan,
Ameiban, won the hammer-tin ov,
jund Slicppard, Ameilian, won the
ilCOO-mctor uico, Hiigland won the
thrce-mllo uico with America second.
John Claudlancs, n (iieek, has con
fessed to dvnnmltliig tlio houses of
ex-Supei visor (iallaghcr. Ho claims
he wan u.ild $1000. for the Job nnd
piomlfcod JBOOU., but will not dlvulgo
the name tif the lnlbei.
The Pilneo of Wales nnd suite has
balled for Quebec, whero ho will tnko
part In llio celebration of tho IlOUth
iiuiilverh.ny of tho fouudlng of the
THIS MOHNINO the pilots, tho har
bor master and Captain Cmtcr wero
In conference In regard to docking
the big battleships. Tho No. 2 slip
is rather short to accommodate 150
to p r-v pn ta ra tai r ri p ray
ta j n t-j tw c-J tra tri tm si aj su ey i2
Ba 'Hp,ht fireworks by Japanese En-
tj oi ilect. i.tgni ociock: "Man
o. 2400 men of fleet; Bishop Mu
(-.11 day), old Schmidt place, next
n. in., Naval dock; 7:30 p. m fire
I The nntprtnlnniont CommlttPo had
l a final meeting IhU morning. On ino
Hon by Captain Heis. it was derided
that thrco ticket stands bo ereetcd at
. the Minna grounds for those who may
I want to pin chase ball tickets.
Abrnm Lewis, Jr, icported tint c
I hospital automobile will accompany
I tho Petri Hnibor trip committee on
MntuliiV V.iii V-nlL-nnlittr,- o.ililv llui,
i -. ,- ...-.,. " .
I those who go down to I'rnrl Ilinbor
, mil nshcuiblo ut tho naval ivh.uf at
iibout -S : " i ) o'clock on .Monday moi-u-Ing.
! Final nrriingcineiits for this tilp
' will be decided tit tho meeting of the
committee on Hntuiitu) inoinliig at S
' I-- 1 ,, lilnnlu ,if llw, wlilutl,, flil mnrn
lug nt i o'cloclc, signalling people who
made the Inter-Island oxpiiibIou to us
temlile, caused a good deal of bpurti
latloii mid f.ilso M-ares on tho watci
fiont They weio vailously Interpret
ed ns meaning that the America Mam
was lighted, that the racing nchts
were above tho horizon, nnd that tho
Fleet was Imslglit. Autniiiohlles 'and
n ciovvil of pc-destil.ins began nt oiico
to httlng low.inl tho foot of Fort
ttreet, mid toon nultn a mob was eol
teeted look In,; to bonvvuid all in vain
Till: COMINfl of tho Fleet with Its
sBtem of wlielebt eoiniiiiiiilcatloii,
hai ni.'df' It netessuy for thp wire
less penpla to dl villi- up thy time. IIih
day Is given ovei lo tho coniiminlca
Huns b.'ivveni Islands, nnd tho night
Is used by the win ships.
to yourself nnd let us build that ca
noe, rowino-boat. nr v.tcht vvhleh vnn
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, nnd the price will be so
low that vou will wonder how wis can
ido it. We've done it. however: so
Charles D. Walker,
moat anu juaciunc wonts,
King near Alapai.
FLEET EDITION INDEX
Page 1 Arrival of Fleet Late cable
Pane 2 Fleet week program News
Page 3 Fleet Divisions and Officers.
Page 4 Editorial.
Page D What Hawaii Offers Invest
oro R.eaJ Estate Projpecls.
Pago 6 Honolulu Fleet Entertain
Pago 7 Maul's Greeting to Third Dl
vision. Page B Program of Sporting Events
for ricet Week.
Page 1 Hawaii's Command of Pa
cificMap of Pacific First Pearl
Harbor Convention Pearl Harbor
Nnval Station Relief Maps of
Page 2 Honolulu Naval Station
Map of Pearl Harbor.
Page 3 National Guard of Hawaii.
Page 4 Population Statistics Fortl-
. --I c j.
Page 5 America's Merchant Marine
Page 7 What Protective Tarill Means
Page 8 What Hawaii Offers Euro
Page 1 Trans Pacific Yacht Race
General Review of Sportc In I la
Page 2 Sports of Hawaii.
Page 3 Ancient Gpoits of Hawaii.
Page 4 Yachting In Hawaii Notablo
Page 5 What Hawaii Offers tho
Tourists Sandalwood Days.
Page 8 Hawaii Profitable to United
HOW TO SEE HONOLULU.
Page 2 Hawaii Good Customer for
Page 4-5 How to Seo Honolulu.
Page 0 Coffee Industry that needs
Page 1 What Hawaii Offers Young
Men Hawaii Wants 100,000
Farmers Honolulu for the Man
with the Auto.
Pac 2 Lahaina General Historical
Page 3 Map of Hawaiian Islands
Honolulu Custom House record.
Pare 4 Pineapples Hawaii's Judi
ciary System Hawaii's Govern
Pago 6 Ancient Hawaii.
l 11 X X K X K X 3 X ii h 5t X Y- H
K ARRIVED l
a s s a ii k a x k it a s i? a
Thmsdny, July 10.
P M S S. America Mam. from Yo
liohnmn, 11 a in.
Htiiir. .M.um.i Lo.t, Blmeison, fiom
Ivonn ports, 5 0." n in.
IfSXiDtlsKii a t M it n x,
Wednesday, July 1C.
IT S A T Thomas, I.jiiam, for Ma
nila via (liinm, 5 p m.
ft 33 it f li A X t ii, ;i St ) !C 5t X H
nX)tl()iJi K XSSiiidtX X
I'ii Htmi Mauna Lo.i, Slmcisim,
fiom Komi pmtH, 3:03 a. m.. Jul lt.
Miss S (1 Clark Miss M (1. Muv
vvell, Paul llartholomevv, i:. J D.u--Iholonuw,
Lie Let. Rev. O. Tak.igl, M.
Hlrd. Mrs. V. C. Crook, Jr., .Mis. W.
Mann mid horvant, H. Afeo, A, C. AIok
nnder, V C, Tnjlor, .Ino. Akun.t, Mli.s
K. Walnti, .Miss T. Marcos. J. P. Lin .
V. Canioroii, (Jeo. M. Robertson, Call
WnltiTH, D. Kauplltii, .Ino. I.ohlaii. A.
Pohlnii, .Ino. Aku, Lot Kuuwe, Those
N. Hnao, IM. K. lonn, M. Kunlmoku.
&. W Knal, .Ino. Gasper, Miss M. Oaj
tier. Miss A Gasper, Miss F. Uunpcr.
M. C. Do Mello, Mis. Jno. Do Mello,
I . L. Leslie, Mm. F. L. Leslie, fl. P.
Kaniuuolia, Miss H. Kamaiioh.i, .MP's
K Kahakwai, O W. Ilnkei. O. M. Ko
kimurti Mys M MUehell II. L. K.r.vo
wehl, A. Parsons, Mia. C. J. Robinson
ind seivant MIsh II. Chirk, J. A. M.i
gulro, Mrs J. A. Mii'tulro, Miss C. D.
Low, Miss L Ackernian, Mlts 11. Ack
eimtn, .Miss A. K Wilson, F. K. Hine.
W W. limner, .Mrs. V. W. Hruiior.
Mrs. W. M. MeQ.ild, Mis. Alum i. S.
Ilainamolo, Mrs. -Jus. Cowan, M ister
Cuvvuii, T. C White. Mis. T. C. Vhltu
nnd Hcrvnut, W F. ltoj, Airied fliiu.
velra. It. A. McWnyno, J. IC. Kellllcon.
Win. Wickh, II. Weeks, Jr., J. K.
Yiitcs, .1 n. Johnson, J. It, Paili, v.
II. Johiihon, Mis. J I). P.uls, Kd. Ke
kuewit, F Homes, Miss L. Iloni, .1.
Coerpoi, I. a Aiiugst, A, Gieeuwell,
L. Mncfiill.inu, Joe lleuilgiies, N. N.
Naknniura, K. Ito, Miilanclil, Wm. K.
Lolowtil, Mlsi, K. Hell. II. Aim, K. M.
Oveiond. Hd K. Mlllor, Miss Alci
HftBtlngs, II. Holt, Miss A. (lieenwell,
Atrlili" l Knaua, V. Lliiileinniin, A.
Stillin.ui, O. L. Kop.i, Mis, C. 11. Mc
Kouzle. J. W. Otinn, JIrs J. W. (luiiii.
Jno. Steward Allsi SI Cliilstopherseii
O. L. Kellney. Dr. J. J. Curry, A. ICti is,
I). L Movers, J, Hurt, Miss J, Hansen,
Mrs (1. HmiTii, Miss H. D.iiiloln, Mha
M. Ciimmliigti, Mlsu N. CimimlngH, J.
II. O'llilen, llov. L. Kioll, D. Conw.iy.
Mlsii M. r.uine, Miss M. Lunnonio,
FIREMAN A. F. SMITH DIES.
Allmi-t 'P Hmltli fur lurkn vrara
iiiieinboi of tho Honolulu Hio Depart-
mem, oieu -u ins oouio on Tiiucnonwi
streot esterd.iy nftornoou of dropsy
after an illnees of ten days. Ho Io.ivpk
a wllo nnd live chlhlion.
Smith was hydrant man nt tho Con
ti al Flro Station, and ho will ho ghoii
i fiuiiiian'H funornl. A company of
lii3 rompanlons, tinder tho dlicctlon
of Assistant Flio Chief Deerlng will
nccoinpntiy tho body.fioin Williams'
iindei taking parlors to Nmiaiiii reine
lery, vvheto It will ho cremated. Tho
luiieial will take placo at A o'clock
THE U. fl. A. T. Thomas got away
jesterday fur nl0 Oiieut, at 3 o'clock.
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