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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T, It., FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1808.
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Rot Croix and Council of Ka
doth Regular, 7:30.
Honolulu Chapter Practice.
Hawaiian Second Degree.
All vUlttDg member of the
orrfor are cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodge
RAEMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
ttim ttr Uonday evening at
l.))Ul 0. O V. Hall, Fort Street
K 11 HENDRY, Secretary
UBN. P. VICKERS. N. U.
Ail via ttn hrtittaara try cordlallr
MYOTIC I0DQE, HO. 2, K. OF P.
Meet every 2d and 4th Tueeda)
f each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Boretanla Sts.
Vlaltlug Urotbera cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. 0.
K. WALDRON, K. of R. & 9.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
ft, mi.Iiik M 'i
ruruvi fort .mo
first and third Frl
' 3ii In K. of P. Hall,
Invited to attend
JAS. W WHITE. K.R.i.
dONOlULP LODGE 616. B. P. 0. E.
Cbiioluii: LtiilKe Nc, 610, 13. P. 0.
., lll meet In their ball on King
DMt Fort tt nvery Friday even
Ing By jf1, of thf K R
HENRY C EASTON.
WM. II McINKRNY, E. R.
Wm. X'KJNLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
T:S0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, eor
Fort and Deretanla, Vliltlng brotu
tra cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE, C.C..
E. A. JACODSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AEBLE 140, P. 0. S.
tlseU on th 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY tvanlng of eacn month at
7: JO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Boretanla and Fort itreet.
Visiting Eagle are invited U at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Pret.
H. T. MOORE. Becy.
KAWAUAN TBD3E No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
tleeU ary first and third Thure
tey of each month at Knight of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brother cor
ttally Invited o attend.
A. D. ARLEIOH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
PACIFIC PHOTO GALLEBY
Best and latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STEEET near NU1JANU.
K. HAMAMOTO, Manager.
K JEST AND Al ICE CREAM FARLOB
Doliclous Cakes and Candies on Hand
17 Hotel St.
F. &. Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
Urging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST bet Nuuann & Bethel
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Bibs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
Etc. P. 0. Box 814. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W. S. Kam, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
don by th
v.lth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
au BsraUnla St Phon 14BI,
does some people loU of good,
but when it become 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 BABS.
Rainier Bottling Works
s It will build you up
GIIAHBERS DHUG CO.
FOB. FOET AND KING STS.
i ?ONE 111.
Whan you gtt
u to make
Our 2i; (nita
80. u. '
right next to the Orpheum Theater
Uorae up and nave some Inn.
Get a Viotor
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.
INVITED TO BALL
Tho committee In charge of
the bull this evening wish it to
be made widely known thnt tho
wives and daughters of tho of-
fleers of tho battleships Nobrns-
ka, Ohio, Louisiana, Virginia,
and Missouri, who arrived to-
day on tho Tcnjo Mnru. nro
specially Invited to attend tho
ball this evening,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Who has room for another board
er ? Answer through a Bulletin
Rent Franklin cars. Stkyda Stbl.'
Honk! Honkt Call 1111. J. A. Mc-
Leod. for tho pleasantest auto rtdu.
Moaua Hotel bath house, wjll bo
open every ovonlng during month of
Tickets for the ball may be obtained
at tho Seaside ami Moaua hotels this
Tickets on sale at tho Fashion Slgar
Store for the boxing bouts tomorrow
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drink aro served In the best manner
at tho Fashion. Just give us a try
The expert at the Hawaiian Office.
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143,
On Installments of t'S per mouth you
can purchase a. White Family Rotary
sowing machine. Denny & Co., Ud.
ngonts 12C6 Fort St. Phono 488.
Oct the habit of talking to your Is
land friends by wireless. Yuu cnu
put yourself into iustant communica
tion with them tit a very low rate.
Cou't your Iron roofs with "At able"
Yoj will bo surprised at Us cuollnc,
und preservative properties. CallfonilH
Feed Co., agents
Tho mooting for the election of of
ficers of the Third Precinct, Fourth
District, Republican Club, is post
poned to Friday evening, July 25, nt
Judge Dolo this morning rendered
his decision In tho libel suit of Uco.
Mansfield vermis the American-Hawaiian
steamship Despatch, allowing
the Ilbcllco 1500.
The following sugar Is nwaltlng
shipment on Hawaii: Honokau, 11,-
000; Kukulhaelo. 2000; Paauhau, OOOO;
Paaullo, 9U00; Kukalau. C000; lionu
apo, 33GS; Punaluu, 16,008.
Tho Dixon-Young Nelson boxing
bout tickets for tomorrow night aro
on snlo at tho Fashion Cigar Store.
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Some fine cottages for rent on Aim-
puni Btrcct, Boretanla street, nu.l Ma
nou valley. Choice houses for sale
in select districts. House to Icuso at
Waiklkl Beach. Waterhouso Trust
Co., Ltd. '
Heinz Apple Butter In tho Heinz
sanitary Un the best relish made In
the only perfectly sanitary can on tho
market. Thero's something about
Heluz Apple Butter that Is Just right.
Order from your grocer.
Safes and fault fronts mnda by tho
Herrlng-Hall-Marvln Safe Co., camo
through tho big 'Frisco flro with a
reputation thnt has doubled tho sales.
Absolutely firo and burglar-proof.
Theo. II. Davles & Co., Ltd.
Orders wcro issued to tho effect
that on arrival here. Lieutenant Com
mander Moses was to rollevo Lieuten
ant Commaadcr J. F. Carter at tho
Naval Station hero. Carter's name
appears In tho now roster.
Ono of tho Interesting craft in port
now Is tho prlvato launch of Admiral
Sperry. It Is im auto boat, pfilntod
dark blue, with tho Admiral's two
Mars on each bow. This launch will
make 19 knots an hour, and when It
Is under wuy, seems to skim over tho
water. It Is beautifully fitted and up
holstered. This Is only ono of a num
ber of magnificent launches which the
Tills morning, a good string of
launches nnd small boats In tow was
kept busy taking out tho men who
had taken part In tho big parade, to
Tho Connecticut Is taking on 1000
tons of coal, Sho finished shortly af
ter noon today,
Tho Connecticut was besieged with
Tho First Division band played tills
morning on tho Connecticut after tho
parado was over.
Tho Rolief is now nnehored In tho
Two hundred men from each of tho
ships Is tho limit which Is allowed
ashoro at a tlino by tho regulations.
This means, counting out tho two
ships which will bo coaling right
along, nnd tho four which nro at Maul,
with tho Nebraska, which Is In quar
antine, that 101)0 men will bo tho
limit which Is likely to bo ashoro at
a time. This means that n lot of
them will not get nut, as there nro ap
proximately 14,000 men In thu Fleet.
Tho Wisconsin found her bearings
this mointng. Bruin esscapod over tho
tide, and was captured only after a
morry chnso over tho wharf.
Major Dunning made nn oinclnl call
on Admiral Sperry this morning.
Mrs. Corwln P. Rccs was a caller
.on the Connecticut this morning.
Tho Connecticut has a black bear
for a mascot, which is it great fnvor
Ito with ofllcers nnd men. Ho is use
ful in entertaining visitors, which ,'io
accomplishes by standing erect, nnd
doing other things of tho sort,
A. N; SANFORD,
. I I' I
DOCKING OF MARU
CAUSE OF TROUBLE
Tho Tcnyo Mam, which canu- In
from Sail Francisco this morning,
broke all records for slow docking
while endeavoring to get alongside the
Hackfcld wharf. It took an hour and
n half to dock her mid another half
an hour was spent before tho passen
gers woro ublo to come ashore. When
tho Mnru was Immediately makai of
Ihu wharf, her lines were loosened,
tauslug her to slldu down tiinuids the
plnco whero the little Inter-Islaml
btcHtucr Heleno was lying, Hud not
Captain Going taken u hand in the
matter sho probably would have heen
smashed to pieces. The MiuiikC I.oa,
which was lying la front of the Mam
was nisei disturbed. The Jlaru was
eolns ahead when Captain Clark, who
was on board tho Manna Loa at il.c
time, noticed the coming plllkla. lit
called out tu the Hist mate, a Japan
cs.0, of tho Mnru, to avoid the trouble,
but the otllcer paid very little atten
tion to tho warning. The Manna Loa,
peoplo were able to call the attention
in captain Uiilug. on the bridge, to
tho danger, and he put a Ktnp to n
Hceoml liiiikla. The mini trouult- w.m
then In night. Tills lime the Nllh.iu
another craft of the Imer-lslaud w.n
nppioachcd. She wns nutuka of the
Mnuna Loa, peaceabl attending to
her work Although she was net
bumped Into by the Mum, sho was
compelled to skin out before the
monster liner touched her. A lit t lu
fccow which wns llg alongside tho
mnknl end was sllglitl damaged. All
these little Incidents oreinded the at
tention of tho oWcers of tho steamers
III the Immediate m ihhburlinuil ami
The Mnru made a pleasant trip
down, passing the America Mnru ami
the Alameda. She Imuight 24!i lugs
of mall for this port and a number of
layover passengers, who are prin
cipally wives of the officer of the At
lantic fleet. Among IIicm- were Mr:
A. II. Cook, Mrs. II. A. Hare, .Mrs. II.
V Jlutchlbon, Mrs. John J. Hyliuul,
Mrs. O. P. Jackson. Infant and nurse,
Mrs. K. (1. Castlcmau. Mrs, It. W. Mr-
Neely. Mrs. J. H. Merriam, Mrs. 11.
C. Mustlu, Mrs. It. I Nicholson. Mrs
K. F Qualtrough. Mrs. Dion Williams.
Among the piomlnont passengers Is
H. Nagnokn, sicrelary of tho Japanese
Legation at .Paris. He Is eturnlng to
Japan on ly.iv'u of absence. In tho
stcerago tliore nrc 05. Cnlieso on the
deported list. They were caught on
tho border of Mc'xlco by tho United
States olllclals, who after due exam
ination, held that tho Celestials wcio
Illegally In the United States.
Purser unodrlCh ctntcd
wns no truth In thu reported trouble
between tho whllo ofllcers of tho Ten
m Mam und tho Jnpancso employe:!.
One of tho Japanese In tho engine
rom cvldentl) did not llko to comply
with the orders of tho chief engineer.
The matter wns. however, settled Im
mediately without trouble.
During In r trip down from San
Frnnclsco. tho Maru did uot aco anj
of the yachts.
Tho Muni will rchiimo her voyage
for the Orient nt 12 o'clock tomorrow
' " :
Friday, July 17.
Temperatures 0 a. in., 73; 8 n. in.,
70; 10 a m., 75! noon, 70; morning
Ilnroine'er, 8 a. m ."10.07; iibroluto
humidity, 8 a, m 5.501 glnlus )ier
cubic fool; lelatlvo humidity, 8 a. in.,
57 per cent; dew point, 8 n. lu., 00.
Wind 0 ii, in., velocity 11, direction
N. 12.; 8 n. tu velocity lfi, direction
N. 12.; 10 a. in., velocity 15, direction
12.; noon, velocity 15. dliecllon K.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 u.
in., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement dm lug 21
hours ended nt noun, 200 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. 8. Weather
f CORRESPONDENTS' DINNER. 4-
4444ft 4f 4-4 44
The clinnor for tho Fleet cor-
lcspondcnts Is to bo held on Sat
urday ovonlng, July 18, at tho
Commercial Club rooms In thu
McCnndb'si Block. An error in
tho invitations places tho date
on tho 17th.
4- 4-4- f,t 4-4-4-4-4-4-4- 4-
rVC BULLETIN ADS. PAY
A Moct Excellent Astortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN;
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 P KING ST. PHONE 523.
Oil t t-4 csl tm a SJ c ou trj r.j rj
FRIDAY, JULY 17 Morning: rara'.o of 2400 men of Fleet; Bishop Mu
seum, 9 to 5. Afternoon: 1 to a V Id West Show; 1:30, baseball,
Aala Park; 7:30, boxing, wrcst.uiB, end tug-of-wnr at sports pavil
ion ! fl. Fleet hall nt Wnihiki.
SATURDAY, JULY 18 Fair and laia
to Queen's Hospital. Morale: 0 o cIock, excursion uanu itanway
and Land Co., takiriR in tvo pl-.ntat!ons, pineapple fields, Wahiawa,
and shores of Pearl Harbor, far' 7Cc; Bishop Museum, 0 to 5, Aft
ernoon: 1 to 5, Wild West Shov, 1:30. baseball, Aala Park; 7, press
dinner, Commercial Club; 7:30, f.rsworks, wrestling match, and box
inir match' Field Dav .with Bald. Bovs' Field.
SUNDAY, JULY 19 Morning: 9 o'clock, excursion Oahu Railway &
Land Company, to Pearl mrbo and wahiawa. Afternoon: s to o,
regatta at Waikil.i: 3, baseball at Kapiolani Talk; 3 to 5, concert
of sacred aud clrssic music at Moaua Hotel, Waikiki; 7;30, Fleet
musical service, C"ntral 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: Peafl Harbor trip
nnd band to officers; fish chowder; hookunu. Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday. Afternoon: 1:30, baseball, Aala Park; 3, polo, Knnjo
lani Park; 7:30, first boxing match, second tug-of-war at sports pa
vilion. TUESDAY, JULY 21 Morning: 9 o'clock,. excursion Oahu Railway &
Land Company, to Pearl Harbor and Wahiawa: Tcarl Harbor trip to
officers; fish chowder. Afternoon: 1:30. baseball, Aala Park; 7:30,
boxing (for sailors only), nt sports pavilion.
WEDNESDAY. JULY 22 Afternoon: 1:30, baseball, Aala Park: 3,
polo at Kapiolani Talk; daylight fireworks by Japanese Entertain
ment Committee on departure of Tket.
The band uroernm for Fleet wc:k. r.s nrranerd. is:
July 17 Morning, Naval parade; 1 to 3 p. m Wild West Show; 4 to 0,
Captain Bees' reception: evening, ball nt Waikiki.
July 181 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 G p. m., Naval dock;
evening, Young Hotel dnncc.
July 21 3 i). m., polo game; 7:30 p. in., snorts pavilion.
July 22 1:30 n. m., baseball: 4 to 0
For Indemnity Retra
PI2KINU, t'hlmi, July 10- A icih h.is heen made to the fmmal no
tification of tho United States thnt the latter Cmeriinient will remit Its
bhnro of the Hoxer Indemnity. In n letter of thanl.s, the Cliliicfo Govern
ment expresses nti Intention to hciul Gtudents to stud) lu America until
the sum of their cxpensos c((imU the total of the uwiird.
GREAT BRITAIN BUYS BRAZILIAN WARSHIPS
LONDON', England, July 16. It Is stated that .t'.reat llrltiilu
purchased the three Brazilian battlo.ililpn now being llulshe'd here.
BRYAN IS ENDORSED
BOSTON, Mass., July 10. Tho Antl-Impcrlallsts huvu endorsed tho
candidacy of Bryan for tho Presidency. '
wx i m
COLUMBUS, Ohio. July lG.Tlio Prohibitionist National Conven
tion lias named 12. W. Chnnn, of Chicago, as its candidate for President
und A. 12. WatKlns of Ohio as Vice Piesldent.
MELBOURNE, Aus., July 10.
tulnment of the oKlocrs nnd men of
for dally entertainment whllo tho Fleet Is In the harbor, for dinners by
tho Governor nnd tho city olllclals, and for receptions to Admiral Sperry
i.ntl his officers. .'
EARTHQUAKE IN CHILE
TACNA Chile. July 10. An cailhquako hna been experienced In tho
provinces of T.icnn and Aria, in Chile, lu Southern Peru, nnd through
out Bolivia. Thero'hus been great destruction of propeity, but no loss of
life has so far been reported. The tolegrnpli setvlce In tho affected district
MARINES GETTING READY
PANAMA, IbthniU3 of Pnnanm. July 10. Ouo hundred nnd sixty
marines have been otdered to prepnro themselves for field service. It la
believed that they nro to bo sent to Honduras. The cruisers Des Moines
and Albany each curled one bundled marines to Amalpa on Sunday.
PARIS, France, July 16. Count Demi do Castollane, tho former hus
band of tho Pilnress dc Sagan, who wns Miss Anna Gould, has nsl.ed
Iho courts to award him tho custody of his two children and compel tho
mother to pay $20,000. nniuully for the mippnit of each.
TAFT FINISHING LETTER
HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. July 1C Presidential Nominee Tuft has llnlsh
cd the draft of the letter of acceptance lie Intends to send out.
POWDER EXPLOSION AT TAC0MA
TACOMA. Wash., July 10. In u powder explosion at Cle I!lum to
day ulno persons wero killed and a sroro of others Injured.
IMP i qia, im
TO RESTRICT MORPHINE
PEKING, China, July lfi. Jnpin has been asked to consent to the
lestrlellon of tke Importation of morphine Into China.
it 5C 54 M it M it M, K it a K 51 M K
K M 1 K it tt 3C it 3f M It X 3T 3C 3C
IVr S. S. Manna Kea, fiom Hllo,
luly IT", 7:20 a. in. Mrs. M. G. Bor
den, Mrs. K. S. Sorcuuon, Mrs. C.
Itobo and child nnd t-crvnnt, Rev. Mr.
Weslgrvolt. Mrs. V. 11. Wostcrvelt
nnd child, J. W. Courndt, M.iBter M,
'Mulr, J. M. Mulr. Master II. Damon,
T. A. Dningn, Rov. Fenton-Smlth, It.
11. Bonlne, Miss V. Holliiway, Miss
K. Lalakea, Mlsa B. Joseph, G. N.
Day, A. W. Itlchley, W. JaiucFon,
Mis, W. Jnmlenon, D. Kulnni, Jno.
Ross, Mis. Jno. Items, Mls3 M. AKail,
Miss 13. II. Austin, Miss L. Victor,
C. K. Mngulie, Mrs. 12. K. Mngulie.
Mrs. A. Ii win, infant, and iiuifo,
Mnetor J. Molr, Mis.) WIUov. J. T.
Molr, MUs C. M. Erbock, Master Ah
Clin, Master All Hun, Mrs. A. James,
Mustor D. James, Master K. James,
Mis, L. Noitli und Infant, Miss K.
Wilcox, Mrs. II. Slomson, Miss S, Ka
maiioha, Rev. S L. Dcahn. Miss 12.
Desha, Miss 12, Akana, Miss 11. S.
Smith, L. L. Hip, Master F. Shipmuu,
m-a ra tu tri fcj tfj csl ci toj tu tvj u
(all day), old Schmidt place, next
11. m Naval Dock.
Tho piogrum arranged for the enter-
tho American Atlantic Flcot provides
M do V Splnola, T. AVatnnabo, T.
Knmlmiira, T. Ktiilliuil, Jno. Ro
manlx. Miss Pun In. Miss Fowlo, Miss
II. D.uuon, II. S. RIekaid, Dr. A. Ir
win. D. Fritter, R. D. Mead, J. I). Tic
n nor, Jno, Hind, C. B. Hall, Mrs.
Langholm, Miiilcr E. Lnugticlm, Mas
ter S. Langliolm, II. C. Austin. W. P.
Bluett, Miss A. Akiiiu, Jno. Is.ine, Jr.,
I'. C. Lo Blond, Jno. T, BaKei, C.
hrons, Master F. Cllntun, F. Kool
llng, 8. Spenicr, Mrs. II. Speniar,
,.MIss A Sponcor, J. M. Peneldn. Aj
Hull, C. Seliuefor, Miss N. Rieknrd,
,Mlss 12. Hall. Miss Emma Hall, Miss
iK. Long, Mis II, Akona, Mrs. Kean,
A. Horner, Mrs A. Horner, A. Hor
ner, jr., .unsjor r. liorncr, Master
Jno. Horner. Hoht. Hind, M,s. It.
, Hind, Miss Mima Hind, MIsaM. Hlnil,
i Miss E. Aungst, Miss Carol Low, Mlsi
.0. Low, Cheng Pun. .1. II. McKenzle,
D. W. Driscoll, J. M. Vivas, W. J.
'Coolbo, A. J. McLeod, 12. Lllldsoy,
Mrs. O. Llndsey, MnHler 12. Llndsoy,
Mies It. Garcia, M. R. Pcrrolra, Miss
lllrnknwa, A. Do Iteso. J. Maknhlo,
W. F. Kuae, C. P. Bonto, A. Carcla,
1ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Frlda. July 1
SAN FRANCIHt'O -SjIIimI Jul) 17-
S. H. Virginian, for Honolulu.
Rcbr. II. C Wright, for M.ihukona.
HI2ATTH" Arrlw.1 July 1C:
H S. Alaskan, from San Francisco,
UHAY'S IIAHIiOIl Sailed July 17:
Schi. Chas. 12. Falk.
X 51 K X )i A Vi It ?l ft )l M X 'I K
" ARRIVED , 5
5( it K 3? K Jl X )1 11 V 'A K k Si
Tliureday, July Hi.
T. K. -K. S. 8. America" Mnru, I'll
mer, from Orient, 11 n. m.
Stmr Nllluui. Oners, fiom Knnal,
11:23 a. m.
A. O. Co. S. S. Rosecrnua, Holmes',
A O. Co. b.ngo Montoiey, Kelloy,
Ilr S. 8. lndravelll. Culllnstoii. from
Welllnglun, N. Z.
Friday, July 17.
Slmr, Mniinii Ko.i, Frooiiinn, frimi
Hllo, 7:20 n. in. t
x a it x k ) x -. z ;t n n ic a
k DEPARTED n
if tt X H Xit 5C 3C M H S 3C V n X H
Thursday, July 10.
A.-H. S. H Atlzoiian, Tapley, for
T. K. K. S S. 'America Mnru, Fll
mei for San Fianclteo.
nUKJUl 31. K If ,'C V Vy Si tt
K SAILING TODAY '
ii K-K 3C 3f sr ;r 3C a it si x j X a il 31
Sttur. Clninllue, Bennett, for Maul.
5 p. m.
11 K i )t if. a it ;( a K li m K a i
H PASSENGERS ARRIVED
rtKKKH m :; i; n a
Per 8. 8 Tuivu Mnru, Tiiim Sun
Franelpco, July J7.rur Vnkohima:
(.. G. Baron. G. (1. Ball, Mis. W. N.
W. Blayney, Minn .Mabel Brown, 1Im
Elizabeth Coleman. Mrs. A. II. Cook,
Miss Georgia Beaton, J. L. Dei by,
Pedro Oiilan, Mis II. A. Haro. Mlsn
Augusta Hogiu, Mis. II. F. Hutchin
son. Mrs. John J. Illund, Mrs. O. P.
Jackson. InUut and nurse, Mh.s
Phoebe KcminlH, Dr. llelnr. T. Loe
l'cnhorz. II Nagaukt. I, Okujanui, R.
Schmidt Scberrf. .Miss Laura ScovllI,
Ktini Tckaguchl. A. C. Vronian. II. Ya
tnsda Tor Kobe: W. N. Hivwhit,
'Irs.'W. N. Browstpr. Miss K.uU
Brewster, M"nstef Harold Ilrowsti'V,
MiJvlllo Selnvetirer, Mrs. Mohlllo
Seht.-eltzor. For Nagasaki: M. A.
Kiitz, MIeh M. I, Stevenson. For Ma
nila, Jamca M. Bcrkhelser. Geo. 1).
towers, Elmer J. Bunting, Harold E.
Case. Klmer 11. Chllden, Miss Jesr.Pi
L. Durham. Edward IS. F.wtn;, P. II.
Frnng, Win. M. Gokay, Waltor J.
Gnidsko, Jr.. C. E. Harris, Harry Hew
itt. Mis. Harry Hewitt, Mrs. Edith P.
Houslu ., Master Rumou Houston. 12.
Hurlbatt, J. U. Jackson, Mis. J. U.
Jackson. II, L. Jones, Mr5. H. 1,.
Jones, Obslo G, Jones, Mbs Hun let
12. Laton, Tims. Loaeli. Jr., I2dws..-d
It. I.owln, D. MucDonald, F. E. Molr.
A. C. Nichols, Albert 8 Pcake, Win.
V La Polnte, it. E. Piiw. Richnid
S,asso. F. L. Smylth, Mrs F. L. Simtli.
Ouy W.tlford, Thos. P. Wnlhqr. MIsb
Mary A. Wurd, Willis K. Wraor,
Vnrien C. O. Whltaker, Win. W.
Whltloek, M. S. Wilder. Frnncls A.
Wright, Mis. Francis A. Wright. Vivo
II. Young. For Hongkong: Stephen
It. Burton, Mrj. K. O. Castlcmnjy.M.
W. Cfoash, Mrs. M. W. Creagh. pp.nt
nnd Auuh, Wnller M. Crunden, J. F.
Elliott. Win. aanimell. Jr., Dr. II. B.
Ginhiun, Roy T). Hutikr, Mrs. M. P.
Hunter, M. M. Johnson. Mrs. M. M.
Johnson, M13. A. LuBrvtnn. Mlsa M.
Lo Breioh, MrB. J. R. McKnldl I, V.
P. McLiiughllii, Mis. R. W. McNculcy,
Mrs. J. H. Merriam. O. K. Mcyoi. L.
C. Mowry, Mi-j. L.C.Mowry,.MraH.C.
Mustln. Mrs. It. 1". Nldholsnu, 12. 11.
PanUh. Mrs. K. F. Ounitrough, "Miss
M. 12. Sullivan, W. E. Weed. Mrs. Dion'
Per stmr. Nllh-u, Oness, from
Kuual ports. Ju'v II -TT.' poiuVV. Mr.
Coney, Jr., MuBtor Conoy, Mr. Hqgg,
F. Carter, Chas. Bl.iko, Mr. Gay. C.
W. Spits, Uen l.lzama, Master l'.ic ,
Per'T.-K. K H. S. America Maui,
fiom Yokohama, July 10. For Hono
lulu: V. B. Cmnpboll, A. II. Howltt,
II. II. H. Noi.l.i-.ie. lo. Sjii Fr.m
Cisco: Karl Albeit;, It. I. Bilinur,
Rev. J. Cnrrlngton, N. W. Clilvtu-s. A.
Criuby, A. 11. Dickensen, Mre. W. 12.
Dunn, Jilts 11. Ilium, Jno. Foster, Mri.
Foster, De W. JI. Whtoler, II. W.
Ounson J B. Hnekctt, G. Hlmse, Miss
E. Jones, II. Kellermauii, K. Ynuid
fcakl," W. Ku.ifrerden, S. McDouull, J,
tjufini, G L. A. Smith, I). Walnel.
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RECEIVE AT SEASIDE
5- Governor ,Frear and Admlr.il
Sporry will receive beforo tho
( ball this ovcufng at tho Se.i-
slilo Hotel pavilion.
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Miss L, l'ltil. F. Matthews, MA. V.
Not ley, J. Yaimin.ikn, K, Nairn inurn,
Mrs. II. Alniju nnd Infant, Mnstc J.
Aloiin, Mi.u II. Alonn, Ah Klni, C,
GET NEXT .
to yourself and let us build that ca-
np -,.,,- i,t ..i,,i T
'?? "r.1, ?? . $ ch .??
have in mind, We'Jl haveit rcadv
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.