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BVENINO nOl.LETIIIONoUJUJ. tTi WfiTSKTOlFSTO
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular.
Hawaiian Second Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Pacific Second Degree.
Jll llltim members of ne
vnifrr ire ordtallr Invited to
aHeuil niMtlnci of local lodges
ZABSOXY tODOt No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Uati itit MouiUjr evening at
i IV ! I O II I Hall, Fort Street.
K K UENUKY, Stcretary.
BKN. P. VICKHR8. N. O.
All iltlilnn brothors vory cordially
HYSTIO LODOE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
KUU tiery ?d and 'th Tueida;
J )) month at 7.30 p. m. at K. P.
M-.ll. inrinr Port and lleretanla Sts.
n-Itljt n i' cordially welcome
r. : i vi. rc, c. c.
7 ; VI KON, K. of It. & 3.
OAHH LODOE, No. 1. K. of P.
JUets eterj first and third Krl-
Jay avonlng at 7:30 In IC. of P. Hall,
aorner Tort and Ueretanla. Vlsltlne
brothers sordlally Invited to attend.
A. Q. DECKINO, C.C.,
JA8. W. WHITE, K.R.3.
dflNOLULU LODOE 61G, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu UirtKB No. 616, U. V. O.
S., will nnKi in their hall on King
ar Fort !t-Ht overy Friday ven
tng. By orde' of ih B K
HENRY O. KASTON,
WM. H. MclNERNY. E, R.
VTa. M'KIIUJiY L0D8B No.8. H.ot P,
Meets evsry Saturday evening nt
7:30 o"olock In K. of P. HalU oar
o.-t and Ilemtanla. Visiting broth
tn cordially Invited to sttaad,
W. L FUAZnB, C.C..
E. A. JACOUSON. K.R.B.
HONOLUliu AEBIE 140. P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings or cacb month at
7:10 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
BereUnU and Fort streets.
Ylsltln? Ragle are Invited t at
tend. W. L. KRA7.KE. W., Prest.
U T 1100RH, Secy.
JAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Must J ry first and third Thurs
uys of nacb month at Knights of
fythlnn Hall Visiting brothers cor
lln II; Invttfd 'o attend. ,
A. D. ARLEIOH, Sachem.
A E. MURPHY, C. of R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
PACIFIC PHOTO QALLERY
lest and latest method of photogra
IT HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAM0T0, Manager.
BIST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies on Hand
17 Hotel St.
F. &. Nagamu
Kndak Developing, Printing, En
liiViflg and Interior Photo
graphing, KOTEL ST bet. Nuuann & Bethel,
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Port near Hotel.
PAINTINQ, PAPERHANOINO AND
Seneral Jobbing A Specialty,
Sealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
.Hta. P. 0. Box 814. 221 No. King
Bt., opp. Aala Park. W. B, Kam, mgr.
XCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
Vrltb their new FRENCH dry cleaning
SW DJretenla at Phone 1401.
is Seattle Brew,
the Best Ever.
Not too much
Just enough to innke
a fellow feel good.
At all ban.
BUN DOWN T
s .. ., ,..,
: ii win duiiu yuu up
CHAMBERS DRUG GO.,
FOE. FORT AND KING STS.
When you get
ue to make
Our $35, raits
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
FOR ANY OCCASION.
MRS. E. M, TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Phone 339.
Get a Victor
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
CENTENNIAL'S BEST PL0UR
New Shipment in on the Arizonaa.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Do you imairine anv Worth-while
buyer of real estate is going to over
look your ad. in the Bulletin?
Not unless he is sick abed.
Rent FrnDklln cars. Stkyd 8tbl.'
A stable In being advertised for salo
In UiIh Issiio.
.Mm, H. I. Lllllo has guno to lllln lo
remain n niuiilli.
Honk" Honk! Call 1111. J. A. Mo
Lcod, for tlio pleasautest auto ride.
J. Lennox was a returning passen
ger today In tlio Klnuu.
Judge Weaver of tlio Land Court re
turned today from Kauai.
Moana Hotel bath liuuso will lie
open overy evening during month ot
J. T. Molr nml son, (loodalc, re
turned to their home at l'nialkou jes
teiday. Sii)crlntenilent McVelRh of the l.ep
r Settlement returned last night lo
his post of duty.
Thero will bo. n special meeting of
Hawaiian Lodgo No. 21 this evening
at 7:30. Work In second degree.
Thero will ho initiation at the meet
ing of Honolulu Acrlo HO F. O 13. In
I'j thlnii Hall this ovenlug at 7. SO.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Pgister or Typewriter. Phone 143.
J. Alfred Mngoon had a cable job-
terday from his son l.anl, who Is In
San Francisco with his sister, .M.ikla,
i.ajlng they had arrived thero safely.
Stenographer It. A Kenin ciinio
back today from Kauai, where hu has
bei'ii doing bomo btislrtess for V. A.
On Installments of Z per month you
can purchase n White Family Rotary
sewing machine, llouny A Co . Ltd.,
agents. 12C0 Fort SI. Phono ASS.
Including tho men of th Fleet, and
visitors from other Islands It Is said
there has been a total of 07.000 popu
lation In Honolulu this week.
Coat )Oiu Iron roofs with "Arabic"
Tou will bo surprised at Its coil Inc.
and preservatho properties. Callfornls
Feed Co., agents.
Rood beer Is thu best tonic and aid
to digestion that ou could use. And
that Is where the value of I'rlmo Deer
comes In. Ask your doctor about It.
Conic of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailinp;,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
anmpecK suits ror boys me tuo
ldi.nl boys' clothes; they me designed
like men's clothes, but aio niailu foi
uoj f. They nro twice us good ns the
ordinary boys' suits.
During tlio stay of the lutlleshlp
fleet tho boys used up over ten thou
sand envelopes nml twice that many
sheets of writing paper In the various
rest stations about tho town.
Thero Is no leaf on why anyone
should do without the Victor Talking
Machine, when It may bo bought on
the oasy.payiuent plan. Call nml hear
titu Miro, iiii.uiuDi itz B911 "III .uiinti;
Frank Chochestcr's acht Nautilus
capsized icslerday, whllo ho vvlth M
C. Webster, C. W. I.utz, n sailer from
the Kentucky, and n Chlneso ball boy
fiom tho Mnan.i were cruising about
among the battleships. Tho men wero
picked out of tho water by n launch
from tho Minnesota and a boat from
the lighthouse, but tho overturned
boat proved a heuvy tow, and was al
lowed to drift out to sea.
Tho steamship Aornugl, In com
mand of Captain J. D. S. Phillips, ar
rived this morning from tho Colonics
with a largo list of through passen
gcis and a few for this port. She
nIs,o brought some freight for Hono
lulu. Tho voyago throughout was
uneventful and pleasant.
She brought the' sad news of tho
death at tea of James J. Kelloy of tlio
local Customs bureau
He died uncs -
pectedly on the ISth Inst, nnd was
burled at sea.
Among hor tin (nigh passengers aro
His Hxccllency Sir Hcglnnld Talbot
and Lady Talbot. They mo going
back to England, probably to return
again to tho Colonics utter a year's
Tho Aoraugl will resume her voy
ago nt G:30 o'clock this afternoon,
taking malls anil passengers.
BIRTHHAY ON 20TII
Tlin tile lliiliit rf tlirt rU Innun Ptiv
pcior will bo celebrated on tlio 2nthto J'011"?'' ". n8 ?'! ca
Inst, nt the Chlnere Consulate. A re
ception will bo held at tho Consulate
from 11:30 n. m. to 2 p. m. A cor
dial Invitation Is extended to friends
to attend. "Tho business community
and Consular representatives and lo
cal officials will undoubtedly bo well
SMALL KALIHI FIRE
The flro dopnrtment wns called out
this forenoon a llttlotafter 9 o'clock
by an alarm fiom tho corner of 'King
street niul the Kallhl load. Tlio II lo
was ln tho (leo. Forn house near tho
Kullhl-waonu school, wheto u mut -
tiebs hud caught fire from n spark
from a brush lira In a lot next door.
Tho blazo was extinguished by tho
occupants of tho promises befnro tho
engines arrived. Only a mattress
and somo bed-clothes vveio destroyed.
A N CAMCnan
n. in unmuiiui
MAKERS OF HISTORY
IN TIMEflF PEACE
Koldlers and statesmen hao re
shaped maps ami fashioned nations,
In tlmo o'f war, but Tlio Kilties
Hand linvu aceompllsheil tlio seem
ingly Impossible, In time of peace.
Mexico, with Its unknown custom')
and tt range wajs, has been tho un
known land ot tennis for every
American or foreign band which con
sidered InvalU,; It. Though they all
aiinoiini'eil their Intention of making
the tour yet each and all abandoned
It lcmntncd for the conquering
Kilties to lead, whore as et otheis
havo not dined to follow. Tho dough
ti Sons of Canada boldly turned their
faces southwmd nt the Teiis bordei.
Their giant Drum Major led them.
Tho ten or-sti Iking bigplpcs played
nml Mexico vapltulaied ln the most
gracious terms of surrender, tho
Mexican Government donated for tho
lite of tho band all the handsomo and
spacious (lovernnieul-eiidowed thca
teis of the Anelent Republic, and so
well were Kilties leielved, and to
such nn astonishing sun ess did their
triumphs glow, th.it n second year
witnessed n second liliimphnl icturn
nml tho way Is now open for other
bands to follow.
Tho Kilties will give two concerts
In tho Opera House I'rldni afternoon
WHY THE DOCTOR
Many people are Ini-llned to think
that the doctoi picMilbet beer In
stead of malt tonli- tieiause ho wants
It for tho lini'diig effeit of tho alco
hol. Following this line ot season
ing, they nrguo that what Is good ns
a stimulant Is harmful as a bevcr-
This would be tine enough, but
fr.two ti,llBS. ln t,u nrBl ,lMce tll0
iiliohol ln beer, never moio than four
cent., and In the easo of tho local
biewery, less than three per. cent., Is
not enough to produiv micli n stimu
lating effeit. It that weie what the
iluetor-uunttxl, ho-uould give the pa
in me buranu piaie, iiic viriuo oi
beer ns n tonic lies In tlio malted
bailei and tho hop extinct, and In
tho fact that It Is tnkon in bulnclent
quantities to thoroughly flush tho
system of wjslo mutter. Thu doctor
prescilbes beer becauso It iq u food
as well us a tonic.
O 1). Hid ,ncr, gun pointm Ural
elass, who Is now 'icru oi) tho Loulb
lana. won first honoifi, together with
Stamps, another of this snmo class,
In the itcent target practice of the
Fleet at Magdnlenu lluy. Tills Is the
fourth time ho has received medals
! '"r ',s aceuialo woik v.ith (lie big
gnus. The first tlmo was while ho
was sen lug under Captain I'moiy,
now Admiral Emory, on tlio Louisiana,
commanding thu third division. Hels
nor Is will known all through tho
Fleet for tho prizes ho has annexed in
Ono pilsoner was sentenced nt St.
Petersburg, KiiFsIa, to threo loam' Im
prisonment nnd fourteen others to
from six months to ono J car In prison
for partlrlpatlng-'ln tlio mnssacro at
tlalllstock, HiiBslu, In 190.".
ptff- HUUETIN AOt. PAY -HfJi
noo, rowina-boat. or yaoht which you
have in mind. We'll havo, jt read;
in no time, and the price ttll be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however; so
Charles D. Walker
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai
A Mcrt Excellent Assortment ot
ljjjj - jjggT "FITTERS" IN TOWN
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S 13NQ ST. PHONE 525,
gorajp-aParaMPoParsaJarva w. ;
frj tal toj tai inl tal srj tti tj tsl trj hh sea tni rjrj trj U tnj tj n-i ssl t-J to! ay trj t$
WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 Aftcrnooi: 1:30, baseball, Aala Fark; 0,
polo at Knpiolani Park; dayliftt Drsworks by Japanese Entertain
ment Committee on departure o l?lct.
The band program for Plcst vve.k. as arranged, is:
July 17 Morning, Naval parade; 1 1 1 3 p. m., Wild West Show; 4 to 0,
captain Mtv reception; evennu, pan at waiKiKi.
July 181 to 5 p. m Wild West SlnV,", 7:30, fireworks.
July 10 2 to 5 n. m concert, Moanv Hotel.
July 20 0 a. m hookupu at Ocean .c
evening, xoung Hotel uance.
July 213 p. m., polo anle;7:30 p.
July 221 :30 p. in., bascbill ; 4 to G
-,mmm, , .. , i
HOP SPltlNOS, Vn., July 21. Mr.
Tnfl will go to Oisler Hay on Thins-
day to submit tho draft ho has iniulo
for his speech of ncecptanio ot tho
Itepubllian nomination for tho Picsl -
ileney for the uppiovnl of Piesldenl
, im ,
HOT FIGHTING IN PERSIA
: it. un mew, wiui is veiy poiiuiar with
ST. l'lrrilltSlllMKl, Hussla, July "'" passengoru as well ns tho kunu
21. Theie was soveie lighting nt 'iilnns hoiowlll ondc-ivor lo lircj-.k tlio
Tnliil, Persia, loday between tho lecord In sailing between Honolulu
Parliamentary forces nml tluise of tho
Shah. Two hundred ot tlio lighters
were Killed or wounded.
WANT AMERICAN MEATS
ANTWHUP, llelgium. July 21.
The butchers lieio
unit llni liovoriuncnt abolish tlio re-
stritllons that have been put on tlio
Importation of American ments.
ANOTHER AMERICAN WINNER
jujy oi shoii
in ii, nn .iinei lean iiiuiivr, won uiu
won tho '
SUO-meter ineo in tho Olympian
games hero today.
FIFTY JAPANESE KILLED
HAIlllIN, Manchuria, July 21. In
il llclit linlweoli tbn .tniinnpin linnm
uud tho Koie.ui liiburgents on tlio
fioutler today, tlio Japanese lost Ilfty
CENTRAL AMERICAN WAR CLOUD
NHW YOitlC, N. Y., July 21.
Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Honduras
aro on tho verge ot war.
IT0 REPORTS TO EMPEROR
TOKIO, Japan, July 21. Prlnco
ltd will bo leeelved Thursday bv tlio
I'mpcior, and will return to Korea In'
Oi-tobcr. Ho reports that conditions
theie nre Improving.
Y. M. C. A. 1000-MILE RUN
CIIICAC.O, 111., July 21. Tlio
Young Men's Christian Auovl.illon
lel.iy inn fiom New Yoilc to Chicago
ended today, tho runners covering
tho distance 111 It!) horns and 22
ti. ,,,, i i.iu .i... ,..i
,.,, i . . , , - , ," ' , ,' ,innn, Miss Cross, I.iiehlng Y T. Low,
allboi8iindcrl7yoai3nld,earrlcdulAI(iy' s B ,,' MciiUKU,r MrJ
messago fiom tho Mayor of New , xIcStockei. Miss McSWker, MUsi
Vorll lo tlio Mayor Of Chicago. Laill
runiuir was u Y. M. C. A. member,
onllbtcd fiom tlio track teams ot 'tho
vailoiis towns on route, and thero
U urn ul ninliL inulnnn In Inln tm f In
,i, , ,. '.,. ,...
" V"" "" ""; '"' ,," '
was cut down to halt a mllo. Two
thousand bos helped to cany tho
ACTRESS WANTS DIVORCE
1H-3NO, Nov., July 21. Vliglnla
Hiirued, tlio actress, has commenced
.in action for dlvoreo against Hdwaiil
II Sothcrii, her husband, Sho mnr -
lleil Rnlllnm In IRflfi. m,,t l,u ulnen
leading paits lu Ills
ROOSEVELT ON NAVY PLANS
NHWPOItT, It. I., July 21. Pres
ident noosovolt will address tho Nil
val Conference horo Wednesday, nt
whlcli ono hundred naval nfllcers nro thoionglil renovated and loituinli
piesent to discuss tho plans for tho k-) ve.' lino Imleed. The now in.in
battlcshlin projected nnd npproprlut- agor, "Mat" llelTeiu, who for ovor
ed for by tho last Congress. )'" Jcars has been tho populur mnii-
i - -!- nger of the "Hueoic," luis InUon tills
13nglneor I'ontinu Ins nnuoiineed ntaloon and luu taken tlio old naino of
Pilon Fiance thu Invention of nni' I'ncoro" with hlin. Tho "blc holl-
eleetrle gtm vvlilch. wltliout exploslvo
of any kind, Is cfipiblo of firing 1200
snots n nuniitn.
Stnrn Pros. K- Co n. New Yoik firm
havo leeelved two anoniinnus lctteisl
stntlng that Meyer Nowman n jialea
man vho dlpappeared with J2.000
worth of dlnmnndfl, Is being hold for n
lausom of $10,U0O,
ra rut a Pa N Pa rq Pa ns ru
dock; 4 to 6 p. m,, Naval dock;
m snorts pavilion.
p. m., Naval Dock.
way ww ma n.vm-wmmmm m f i i jww
! W K -n, X X K 31 5UC V. X K K K )5
" WATERFRONT NOTES
3- JC X X A r. ii 3V ,n K J A K It K X K
YKSTKIIOAY AITIMtNOON the
waterfiotit people weie Kept busy Pi
avoiding as milt li ns possible, n nnno
'whai mixed affair. In the flint place,
u couple of Hues pilled astern on th"
hospital ship llellef. New llnoi weie
hent nut and the iilllkin was palehed
t Then tho Iiuiiiols was stalled
near tho old Sumner Island,
t.lie remained theie some lime.
Tho collier Culgol, which was swing
ing about off the Klnau whaif, found
hericlf blocked by tho tug lliliepld,
whlcli was assisting Hie Urltlsh Rtoam
er llueranln. After roine hard vvoil:
."Il trouble camu to nn end.
Till: HAltK K.'P. Illllict, v.ltli Cap
' Brew In comiii.ind, Balled fur San
I ''"acIsco this forenoon with n few
'passenger from Honolulu. Hor load
of .fi eight, which vv.iti .1 big one. eon-
; silled of .I.I.ISR baga of sugar. She Is
jovpected niako u fast trip tip. Cap-
.'! s''n Iranclsco.
LAST MONDAY night an Intoxicat
ed Hawaiian tumbled off tho end of
the Klnau wharf. Cries for help
sounded through the itllli":cs of tin
i night. Cmtomi olllccra heaid tin
cries and wore about to stait off, when
r boat from 'the flagship Connecticut
waH Fe,.n plowing thiougli tho wave
In lesponse to the ejill. Tho man by
tllrit tlmo had nlicady been soved by
' . "
I, 1111. 1VKNAU HJUUKUl Ull? HMUIWUIK
'fri'iBlt: r,00f ,aRS 15. Ct bass rlco
,n ,,,, -.i,,,, ..i.u , , i,tu ,.
,,nPS 39 rilws .,.;..,, n clate!, ,,I10.
.apples, 1 automobile, 2 houes, DU
I PimSI.ft nnUIli: of Iho Klnau ic
ports tho tollowlng sugar ready Tor
BllllilllCIlt Oil Kllll.ll: K. S. ' M.. 258
o0'3j. j s'M" I8C3'
, 17,114; 0. & It.
.. 11.109; 11. M.
M. S. C.TTGOn.
THU KINAU eamo In tlil-i morning
fl on, Kauai with n good lead of
Tho trip was uneventful nnd
ploatant Purser Orulio icpoited fair
weather on tho Garden Island,
a x x x x x x x x x x r,
x m x & x a x so a a x x x x x x
Per bk. It. P. Hlthot. for Snn Fran
cisco. July 22. Dr. V,'. S Clark, MIbii
1-. Chickerlng MlF.i S. Hyatt, Miss ?I.
Mlts A. Putzker.
Per It. M. S. 8. Aoiangl. for Van
couver, July 22. A. 8. Guild. Oeorg"
Keeuey. A.J. Mcl.eod, Hov. Hilton, 11.
Snail' Mlsa Fox. Mr. and .Mrs. Uroille,
II. M. Wells, T. Jenkins, M. U. Fer
nandez, Mr. nnd Mm. Johnson and
family, and 1U Hindus.
Per It. M. 8. S. Marnnia, for Sydney.
July 2L II. .S. Norlhcole, A. P. Hov
att, Mr. nnd Mis. C. 11. Itcynolds, Miss
IC. Andcibun, Miss Monls, 1). Hilton.
Per M. N. 8. 8. Luillno, for San
I Francisco, July 29-Mis. Castle-Colo-
Snhmblt Mr. mill Mm Senhm-r Mm.
(Jeo. Maitln and two Infunts, Mr. nml
Mis. Watt. Muster Watt. Ml is Mulicl
Knu, Margaiet Wong. Frank Atlieitou,
vns. i iniiK Aineiion, tmiu linn main,
A. N. Campbell. Mis. Campbell, Mis
' Crecilon and two Infants. F. I).
,Cieedon, J. A. Mcl.eod. Mis. U It.
ij,lciw, Miss Uunlce Pratt, Miss M.
iCrelghton, Dr. 13. 13. Ostium, II. T
CarMin, Mis. F. W. Kverlon, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Harvey nnd two ehlldien.
Fied W. St. flour, Otto A. lllerbnch.
'wiro am) child, W. K. Tucker, Mrs. A.
j, Urown, Jildgn A. F. Hiutnell, Mlb.
t Helen I3ai,u)s. Miss M. Loomls, Miss
Wert, Miss 13. Karnes, Mrs. Mm
1"1""1 "' ' A Mnlier. F. 15. Weitli-
IllUOllCr, Flttllk A. lUcliniOUll, F. 1311
(ley, Wiay lien, limn, (lov. J. T Uak
er. F. C. I elllond. Ilrolber W ilui
Mlsa Center, Mrs. Cioekett, J (limn
nml wife, Mls Chlckoilng.
NEW ENCORE SALOON
Tho old Huffman Saloon hai been
iCr-makor" will have nil his old pals
following li I m ,icus tho iitreet, uud
they all wish him success in ills now
Tlio dirigible balloon" belonging to
tho war department ot Franco inado a
iiiccussful illght nt Bolscuns, canylug
u 'cargo of 2S00 pounds,
ii mm mT
flABLlf REPORT OF SAll
Monday. July ?0.
(IKAYfl HAltltOll- Aulved July 17:
Schr. Hubert Leners. hnico Juno 21,
SAN KltANCISCO-SillfMl July 16:
llktno lrmgard, for Honolulu.
IIH.O Arrived July 17:
S. S. Texan, from Knlnilul.
Tuesday, July 21,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 21:
S. 8. Al.imeda. Iienco July 1". .'
Ilk. Andrew Welili, hence Juno 23.
SKATTI.K Sailed July 20.
S. H. Alaskan, for Honolulu.
11U.O 8-illitl July 20:
S..8. Texan, Tor S.illna Crur..
HII.O Airlved July aijt
8. S l.milno, henco July 20.
K K R K 8! K M !f It S IS f M H 5! R
H ARRIVED " 5t
ii M S K M t a J? X ft H V V ir t
Tiiesdny. July 21.
It. M. S. ft. Aor.iuui. finin I'nlimii.u
10.30 i in (off poit).'
Wednesday, July 22.
11. M. S. Aorniml Phillips, from Col
onies, !) n. in.
it K K JC H X M )t K ;j K IT V K X x
x 5J x x x x 5f r, u it a x x x x i(
Tili's.lay July 21.
Slmr. V. O. IKill, I1ioliinoii. for
Kauai pom. fj p. ni.
Ktmr. Heleno, for Hnmakun wtl.
Stmr. .Mlknlmla, .Self, for .Molokal
mid Mnul porla, ". p. in.
Slmr. Mlhnu, Oncss, for Koloa.
U. 15. Aux. Culgoa.'for Auckland, 2
p. m. -
III. S 8. Uiicrunl.1, .McClelland, for
i X, X X X St, & X ,'S ttX tv X X X
f SAILING TODAY
X X X !f X X M X X A V. it X X K M
Schr Cieseent, for Maknwili, ." p m.
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Per It. M. 8. Aoraugl, Phillips, rrom
ihe Colonies. ,lul 22 For Honolulu.
Miler, Mis. J. Meier. II. Ilesaek A.
K. Harils, Mrs. A. K. H.mls, Mr A.
A. St. John. Mrs. C. A. St. John. A. T
Super, A. Ilurns, II. II Itoffgvi, T.
ltashtortl. H. S Uariliner ono lllnuno.
Thiough: Ills F.veellency Sir ltei-1-nnlil
Talbot. Lady Talbot. Iliiiniiliri-v
Til)bot. A. I). C . Capl. A. K. Kilo, A. 1).
C'llr. Shields, Mr. Hunt, II. W.
Iliookes, Mr. Hes.ick, Mr. Allan. F.
Hagot, I. llagot, A. W. (ladesdou. Mis
Ondesdoil. JieHsrii. Oglo (2). Mr. llud
dlu. Hov. T. Hough, .1 II. Wilton, Mrs".
Hoggins, .Mb' a Hoggins, MU-.i WIUou
II. O. r.lllott, Win. DoiifclnB. Perey
Waleh, Mr. Hwlng, Thos. Cooper, T.
H. Whllcomb, Mrs. T. K. Willconib,
Mr. Olblbi, Mis. (llblln, .Mrs. Wynd
hail), Mlso DlckliiEon, Henry V, Lawes,
Kruest Ilnzaeott. F. Jackson, C. 11.
IMwanls, L. r, Illiickbiirn. Mr. llarker,
II. W. Ilarclny, A. P. Murlln, W. Pav
erson, Thus, t hiirch, J. .Moicr, Mis.
Meier, Mrs., tllll, Mis. Minis, Miss
Jlnher, Mm. Lane. Mr. Uutler, Mrs.
llutler nml thtee ehlhlrtn, Mrs. B T.
Dun.slan, Master C. Dunst.in. Mrs. Me
Cab. .Messrs. MeCall tl), Mastei ,Mc
Call. Miss JewaBkieull7. Mltj F. Mc
Lell.ui. Mrs. D-rr; . ,'Mn l)-rty, A K.
Harris, Mr. Welcter, Ml. Macklo, Win.
Clcgg, F. JacobFen, Mr. Cnporn, Mm.
Iloilon, Miss lloilon, Mis. V.. Tlkr,
Mis Hansen, MUres Hansen (2), Mis
ter Hunsen, Miss lle-ry, Mrs. A. Al '.r,
Mlssv.8 lliirkit 12), Mlsa lllghini.
Master Hluhiini. J. H. Lurkin. Mr.
Herd. F. H.-gglns, IrB. Hugglnii Mrs.
linker and Infant, Mnster II. Pa r,
Master V. llakor, T. (!. Wllletl Mm.
WJIIett, V. Maxwell, J. K. St'iln, P.
Cuporn, Mr. Super John Witter, It.
Ilorlon, 13. A. (lobener. Mr. (Jirt
wriglit, Mr. Welderimn, Mrs. Welder
man, P. KrlhtJ.inin Mis. Juers, A.
Joanno, Mrs. A, Jtnnno. V. Novvmin.-
Mm. Newiinii .V.m. a. W. ISt.11.
Charles Si hell.
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Kuiial. July 2213. 13. Mnhlnm'.'.I. Leu
liox, Mis. II. II. lirodle. Miss Whltt ng
ion, Miss W. Wliltllligtou, A. F. Kiiud
ten, Judgu Wbiver, A. Young, W oi-
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Pei ttmr. W. (1. Hill, Thompson, for
Kauai, li p. in., July 21. Mis. T'.irroll,
Mis W. II. Itlce. A. S. Wiled and
family, L L. Mann and wife. Sam Mil
lielniM. II. ,l. Rltfl, K. KuliliiUn nnd
wfft, W H. Itlce, .Ir, l Castro, Il Iv
ns, J, U. Tieanor, . It. Mojua. II.
Ondeiman mil il mglilcr, Miss-Ke'iu
lu Miss Iluntur, J. II, Mnraguo C H.
Wlh'ox, Mana Lills, Chow YI.i, ,
Kiilawe au.l wife, J. II. Hale.
Per stun Mllmhala, Ilullett, ror 'lo
lokal, C p m., July 21. Clins. (lay and
family. Ceo. K. Campbell, Ailolph
Silmack, l)r. Holland nnd wife, J I).
McVeigh, Fnther MuNlmln, C. (! Cm
rail, Mlbs Nona Campbell, Mies Ada
Mulch, Miss Mnilu Mutch, Mnstct
Uliisli. MrB.'FeinpiidOinnil 3 rhllilreii.
Per bk. It. P. Illthet, for finn Pi au
clieo, July 22. Mliii P. Chlcl.orlng.
Miss 8. Iliatt, Mbs M. Clausen, Mlsa
A. Putzka, Dr. W S. Cl.uk.
An clectrlo railroad aeioss tho en.
tiro width of tho state of Illinois and
paiolllng tho main lino of the Haiti,
iniiio & Ohio Southwest! in Is c'uitem
plated lu the lncoipoi.itlon itt Spilng
Held today of (ho Vlneennes, Contialln
& St. Louis Trautlt company.
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