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It G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
Joseph A. G-ilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE PIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARROTT & CO., San Francisco.
ON SCHEDULE TIME
SIGHTED AT MAUI
(Continued from Pase 1)
ilcd liy street-car anil nutos nnd enr-
t.M.alna Maul, .Inly IC.-Tho 'B ' "lIS1, "1C
leot hllS JllAl 1)10.1 sighted COII - , , , K t f, f
1 ,vVL1IVIIBh,,,lV ' ! ' lcimlc landmark. On the road
t 5InJ,k- " "'". .. Heading to the lighthouse many were
f Tin? ubmo wireless message
f was iccelU'd this morning ut
f !l 43 o'clock lit tlio local who-
4 Icsb olllco finm lliu St sit lull nt 4
Tlio ships of lliu tilt 1 tl dhlsltm
f nru tlio Louisiana, tlio flagship,
f VlrKlnln, Ohio nml Missouri. It
la under tlio command of Hear f
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lending to trip lighthouse many wero
lined eirly this morning In order
that they might hold nihnntngeous
portions for n splendid lew of the
imprebslxo specticle. l'lags nnd slg
'IiIh wcio ill;pla)i'd, nil tcinllliK to
r.how n spirit of sincere welcome to
Uncle Sam's fighting: bojs mid b1iI)H
Admiral Spcrry was first to land
fioni the Coniipctlcut after ho was
docKed. Ho illhcmbarkod to pay his
tiiiiiiiiiiii.j.i.j.t 'otTiclal call 'on Ootcrnor Walter 1.
ttttttt tt ttttlp. (iinvlnim Id this. Iumni.v.
Captain Coiwln 1', llees, I'. 8 N.,
romiiiandaiit of tlio Honolulu Nnwil
Station, bonrdcil tlio llngshlp and met
thn Admiral before ho left his ship
Captain Hees' Hag, Hying oer the
Tho imly theatre In tlio clly (hut lints
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.' ..'., t.' r... i. ':....i,r,MiNvnl Station, camo don. the mo
tho rorner of Hotel und llethel nlroels.
! The theatiu Is cry roomy, ei ol. nml
cFpocinll) adapted to the eonifort of
Its patrons. The plciuren are nlrwdy
ii'itril In ilmiolulii for their o.trcnio
o'oarncss, and thu fait that tho Ilouo
i lulu public pationlro thl theatro to
J crowded hniwH i'erj nlKht Roes In
ikIiow that overyone mnst lie hatlnlleil.
The Umpire wn tho llrsl mm Ins-pie
tine theatre In the Hl nnd the people
l.ie dcmai.dert f t licit pretence at
the b-ivodlco Hint tho managciniiit
Uiuat "Iteop KoltiK. '
That tho War Department If nllo
to the fact tint Hawaii In ton poorb
Karrlfoned In nhoui hy a letter from
It to tho Chamber of Commcrro which
'n read at tho meeting of that hod)
jesterdav afternoon. After ncknowl
edglnB tho iceelpt of thu Chumber'B
letter nsklnK tint tho stroiiRth n lliu
rciSlimutH nt l'ort Shafler bo In
creased, tho writer, Adjutulit (lillcrnl
II I'. MCCaln, nrltcn as follows:
"I am dlicctcd by tho Secietary of
War to Inrorm ou that tho War De
partment Is fully iilhu In the liiade
iiu. icy of tho small cnrrlMiti now main-
, tallied In tho Islands, nml, In connec
tion with tho general subject, will
fho 1I116 welKht to tho renolutlon of
i lie Chamber of Commerce of llouo
Tho followInK resolution of appro
1 1 at ton of thn work of Ouih.un I). Oil
man was adopted:
"Whereas, In tho person of Mr. (ior
Ii 1111 1). Oilman of llostou, Mass.. Ha
waii has over found 11 most consistent
irlctid. 0110 who has done his utmost
to advance tho best Interests of the
Territory on thu mainland, kUIiik of
Ids time and money lieely nml without
thoimht of compensation;
"Now, theicfoio bo It Hcsohed. Hy
the Honolulu Chamber of Commcro
lli.it appreciation if this suit Ire be
aeknonledi;edby the Hoard of Trus
tees In the form of uomu sultablo me
mento accompanied by 11 willtoti tes
timonial of tho Chamber's apprt ela
tion of his hoi vices."
Governor Kreai notlfleil tho Cham
her that that body had his thanks for
lio offer of Its horwcon with refer
ence to tho Yukon Uxpohltlou, and he
htaled ho would tako pleasure In not
IfjIiiR tho Secretary of tho Interior of
iiiont the Connecticut was docked
After Admllat Spcrry bad made his
first fcliurt ofllclal mil on (iovcrnor
I'rear nml had' returned to I1I11 ship,
the Chief Executive of the Territory
of Hawaii retutned thn tourtesv Im
mediately, A hearty woltomo was ex
tended to the sunny shines of Hawaii
by Gotcrimr lrear. lie knew that
ho vohcil tho i-entlment of the entire
population of (he Islands when he
tendeied nil the fcclliiK oneed In
tho mot cxpicsslut wind "Aloha" to
Admiral Spcrry, his ulllccrs, and en
Immediately the official calls were
completed the IhtKAulp wmh boarded
by committeemen und the. entertain
ers, who wished to put tho lIuhdilnK
touch to nil nriancemeiilH In order
that the program might best lit the
convenience of the guests.
Tho hospital ship Relief will go out
nt 1 o'clock to take oft a number of
rases of measles.
Jmst Arrive e3P , fm
110CKUS In this city, 1 13.-, Thurston
Aenuo. .Inly lfi. 100S, to Mr. nnd
' Mis. C 0 Uockus, u daughter.
Thn following taig.tr Is awaiting
shipment on Hawaii: Honokna, 11,
POU; Kukiilhuelo, iOOtJj I'.iauhau. 0000;
lfaaullo, 90(10; Kilknlau, COOt); Ilium
utio, 355S; l'linaliiii, IG.i'iHS.
Judgo Dolo this morning rendered
his decision In tho libel suit of Oct),
Mnnsllcld mtmis tho Aincrlcan-IIa-w.il
l.ui steamship Dcbpateh, allowing
the llbellca ?&00.
Steve Adnms has been aciiulttcd of
tho murder of Arthur Collins at Tcl
$1200 Corner Lot 55 feet on School
St. with 2-story house and Cottage.
G00 0-Roora Cottage at Kapahulu.
JM)t ouxiuu, iiasy Terms.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. No 74 S. KING ST.
So much depends upon the Quality of your Butter: the whole meal
13 spoiled for you by rancid Butter, while a simple faro is made whole
some and sweet by, the addition of a little
ISLETON CREAMERY BUTTER
You can TASTE the quality at once; and there is nothing we can
say that will convince you half so r:adily as one fair trial of this in
Every square is enclosed in a dust-proof carton.
M. LEVY k CO.,
King Street, near Bethel
OF ATLANTIC FLEET
Hear Admiral Charles S. Sperrv
Connecticut (Flagship of Spcrry),
Cnpt. Hugo Osteihaus; 21 guns lfinon
Ions displacement; Ifi.Bno horsepow
er; speed 18 knots.
Kansas Capt. CIiiib, V.. Vreelatul,
tister'shlp to tho Connecticut
Minnesota Capt. John Hubbard,
bister ship to tho Connecticut
Vermont Capt. William (' Potter,
hlster ship to the Connecticut
U'tlng Hear Admiral Itlchaid Wnln-
Cleorsln 1 1 luir-hliil Caul dual-
tiough; 2i gnus, 1I,'.M8 tons; lU.OOO
horsepowei; sliced, 19 knots.
iNeluaska Capt. Reginald V. Nich
olson, bister ship to Ceorgia.
Isuw Jcrsc Capt. W. II. II. South-
ei land, sister ship to Ocorgja.
Itlioilo Isl.iml Capt Josetih II. Mttr-
dock, sister ship to Oeorgln.
Rear Admiral William It. Unwry,
commaudliig second siiuadion and
I.oiilslnnn (Flagship) Capt. Kos
suth Miles, sister to the Connecticut.
Virginia Capt. Alexander Sharp.
Lister to tho Georgia.
Ohio Capt. Charles W. llartlelt, 20
mttis; lL'.COO tons; 16,000 horsepower;
sieed IS knots.
Missouri Capt. arcelillef A. Mcrrl
am; sister ship to Ohio,
Acting Hear Admiral Scaton
Wisconsin (flagship). Capt, Henry
Moriell, IS gimsr U.r.L'.'i tons; 1 1,3i;i;
lioreKiucr; speed 17.2 knots.
Illinois Cnpt. John M. llowyer, sis
ter to Wlscotiblu
Keursaigo Capt. Hamilton Hutch-Ins-
22 guns; ll,fi23 tons; 11,851
horsepower; speed 1H9 knots.
Kentucky Capt Walter C. Cowles,
sister to tlio Kearsnige
I'nnthcr Ilepnlr shlii, Commander
Valentino S, Nelson.
Glacier Hefrlgorntor supply u-ssol,
Commander William S. Hogg,
Culgoa Supply ship, I.leiit, Com
mamler John II. I'attou,
Aiax Collier, ineicliant comple
ment, Jos. Hittchltis, master.
Yunktou Yacht-llko tender or smnll
dispatch bout; Lieutenant Command
"r Charles II. MeVay
Relict Hospital ship, Surgeon
Charlus 1- Stokis, commanding
Tho Itoaid of I.lcenni Conmilsslon
crn for tlio County of O.ihu will hold
u meeting at the Incentive lliilldlng
on Friday, August 1 1th, i:ii)S, at
I p. in., to consider the application
nt Chung Toug Cluing, for a Saloon
Idcoiihe, lo sell luloxliatlug llquurH
nt the jiremlses known us the Jos. 1'.
Mcmdonca lllock, on llotol St. bet.
Smith und Miiiiunkeit Sis, Honolulu,
under thu piovlslons of Art Hi), Sis
slon Laws or l'JOT.
All piolusts or objections against
tho IsMiiiiico of n llieiise under said
application should bo Hied with tho
Secretary of tho lloiid not Inter than
thu lime set for laid hearing.
A. J. CAMI'IIUI.U
Sccretnry, Hoard of I.lienso
July 23, SO; Aug, ti, 13.
There will lie a meeting or tho
Hoard of Dental UxnmlnorB of tho
Totrltory of Hawaii nt Honolulu cm
.tub 20th, 190S, for tho examination
of cuudldatcs to piactlco dentistry In
o ii, moir, i). i). s
July ICtti, 1908. 2t
The acknowledged sta,rada,xd
ON DISPLAY AT OUR GARAGE
COME AND SEE IT
You'll not (jet another chance like this. Marine
views maRe the best pictures and there will be
superb scenes with Uncle Sam's battleships in the
Why not have pictures for yourself, that you
have taken yourself?
Get that KODAK MOW 1
Or dig up your old one. We'll resurrect it'
FREE OF CHARGE !
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
Fort, ur. Hotel
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would be pleased to have you stop in
and hear some of our newest records.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Fins Job Prlntlnc at the Bulletin.
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rOR SUMMER COMFORl
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Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
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