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EVKNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUn8DAY, JUIA 23, 190S. , .
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Leihl Chapter No. 2 Regular.
Hawaiian Second Degree,
Hawaiian Third Degree,
Pacific Second Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order nro cordlnll) Invited to
nttend meetings of locnl lodges
HAHMONY I0DQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening fit
7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
K. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
DUN. F. VICK12US, N. O.
All lsltlng brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d mid 1th Tuesday
of each month at T.30 p. m. at K. 1'.
Hall, corner Fort anil lleretanla Sis.
Visiting Hrothors cordially welcome.
W L lylk, C. C,
F. WALDKON, K. of II. & S.
OAHU I0D0E. No. 1. K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of 1. Hull,
corner Fort and lleretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DECKING, C.C.,
jas. w. winru. k.ks.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No G1C, 11. I. O.
12., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. Ily order of the 12 11 :
HENRY C. HASTON,
mi, H. McINKRNY, E. R.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Mccti every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K, of P. Hall, cor.
Fori and lleretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordial!) Invited to nttend.
W. L. FRAZEE, C C,
E A. JACOUSON, K.R S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and ith WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of I. Hall, corner
Horctaula and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
tend. W. I, FRAZEE, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
day of each month nt Knights of
Pythlis Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttond.
A. 11. MtLl2IC.II, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
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 at
17 HOTEL ST.
P. 3. Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
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 Jc' Vnj A Specialty.
Dealers in Wr 1 Paper, Paints, Oils,
etc. P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King
Et., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kara, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with" their new FRENCH
257 Beretania St. Phone 1401
is Seattle Brew,
the Best Ever.
Not too much
Just enough to make
a fellow feel good.
At all bars.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
When you it
us to make
Our $2. inits
$ 30. up.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Phone 330.
Get a Viotor
BERGSTROM MU8ICI CO., LTD.
CENTENNIAL'S BEIT FLOUR
New Shipment in on the Ariionaa,
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Do you imagine any worth-while
buyer of real estate is going to over
look: your ad. in the a u il e 1 1 n I
Not unless he is sick abed.
Rent Franklin cars. Stkyds. BtbU.
A houso of six rooms on Collcgu
street is for rent August 1.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111. J. A. Mc
Leod, for the ploasantest auto ride.
Moana Hotel bath houso will bo
open every evening durlnc month of
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
A cablo from tho steamship olllcors
nt Victoria states that tho Marnma
will arrive hero nt noon Friday.
Tho prudent housewife will profit
by experience nnd havo a gas stoic In
the kitchen before the next Fleet ar
rives. U. S. Attomoy Ilrcckons is prepar
ing the mandamus to require Registrar
Merrumi to record tho niapu tor thu
Un installments of S3 per month )ou
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sawing machine. Benny & Co , Ltd ,
agents, 13G6 Fort St. Phone 48$.
Don't forget that Mav's Old Kona
coffee Is roasted by tho now gas pro
cess nnd ground fresh every day.
Phone 22 when vou order It.
Cuttt your liou roots wltb "Arabic"
You will be surprised at Us cuollnc
and preserratir properties. CalltornlH
Feed Co., agents.
One of tho most graceful tics of tho
season for ladles Is the new welt Ox
ford in tan Bucdc or wlitto buck. It Is
tremendously popular In tho East. Seo
It at the Mclnerny Shoe Store.
Tlckuts for tho performance to bu
given nt the Opera lluuto this evening
uider tho auspices of thu Dramatic
Circle of tho Kllohana Art I.caguo nro
lor salo at Wall, Nichols Co.
Herring Hall .Marvin safes nru abso
lutely lire and burglar proof. Thu
very namu Ih a guarantee of c)iialit .
Onlj one grade of safes nindo 1 them.
Theo. 11. Davlos &. Co, Ltd., agents.
Thu tan Russia with four evelcts Is
n model worn by men of tho particular
class. See It nt tho Manufacturers'
Shoo Co, Ltd. Tho stuck number U
038. Price, J6 CO.
A few days' delay In an Island bus
iness matter may bo very expensive1
fur vou. Yon can communlcatu with
jour representatives by wireless with
in n few minutes.
Tho Honolulu Photo Supply Co ,
owing to tho completeness of Its
equipment, can do developing nnd
printing on short notice, and still do It
well. Rush orders u spcclalt).
Mr. Tseng Hal, Chlnesu Consul Gen-
ernl, will hold a reception nt tho Con
sulate on Sheridan street July 2D, Irom
11:30 to 2, in honor of the birthday of
His Imperial Majesty tho Emperor of
ALL TERRITORIAL LICENSES EX
PIRED JUNE 30, 1908. LICEN8ES
FOR THE NEW FISCAL YEAR ARE
NOW PAYABLE AT THE OFFICE
OF THE TREASURER OF THE TER
RITORY. Already many of tho fleet decora
tions nro coming down and the Rapid
Transit cars havo gono back to their
normal schedules. Tho streets wero
deserted last nlght'ttnd there was ev
ery indication throughout tho city that
the Fleet had departed.
One of tho largest life Insurance pol
icies held on tho Islands was recently
paid by tho Now York Life lnsuranco
Company on tho llfo of Prince David
Kawananakoa. Tho draft for $30,000
was mnllcd from tho homo oHIco nt
New York beforo tho lalo Prince's
funeral was held hero in Honolulu.
Guy Stevens, who had been engaged
to fill tho position in tho High School
caused by tho resignation of Prof.
Donnghho, hns cabled Superintendent
Uabhltt that ho cannot come. It Is
probable that tho Ilouid will lmvo to
bring n number of teachers from tho
mainland to meet tho requirements of
SAITO GOES TO MAUI.
Japanese Consul Mlkl Salto will
leave In tho Clandluo tomorrow ntcr
roon for Mnul. Ho will go direct to
Puuncno, where ho expects to Inspect
tho Japnncso 'schools there. Wlillo
there, Salto will also do Homo Inspec
tion ot tho Jnpaneso laborers. He
will bo absent about two weeks.
The Truth About
When llioro Is a Pile pasty complexion
that rxTnlHtR In fpltn of diet nml careful
llvlnir. or wherei tlicrei Is physical" weak
ness tint llkewlwo resists tho uwuil treat
ment, "tho kidneys nro to bo gunpcctoil
rood often does proplo with kidney
dlsratm very llttlo good
Instead ot storing In tho system tho
nlliunmit. starches and sugnrrt that our
food releases tho Inflamed kidneys de
flect them, nnd touts dlscloso tlicni In
tho eliminations unused. Tho patient
Krnws winker nnd weaker, nnd as tho
kliliiejH nro not senslllin thero Is usu
ally no ptln. and thero appears to bo no
cause for tho continued weakness. In
such eases u test for albumen may
disclose) a strong pcrcentago pC tha
elruiKtli o( tho fond in tna eliminations
unused, but. us albumen can not bo seen
and Is only disclosed through chemical
tests, tho pntlent, unless ho Is In tho
hnmli ot a physician, often has no lino
on his difficulty, nnd thousands nt such
cases Krow unwittingly Into tho sup
posed chronic, Incurnblo stage
In theso cases Kultnn'u ltennl Com
pound acts dillnltely, but quite slowly,
for tho Inflammation Is usually of con
siderable standing und permanence. As
In tho other cases of inllninmatlon of
the kldmys Medical Works lmvo noth
ing but dlit nnd svmptomntla treat
ment, both of which haici proven futllei
In theso thronlo cases.
As Fulton s llfnal Cotnpnund reduces
thn Inflammation, tho nlhumen will Ihi
found tQ bo grnduully decreasing nnd
recovery slow but dellnlto m about 87
per cent of all cases
Lltcraturo mailed free
JOHN J. PULTON CO.
. . Oakland. Cal.
Honolulu Drug Co, Tort St. are our
sole local agents Ask for M-Monthly
RuUetln of late recoveries C5
Fine Job Printing it the Bullstln,
for aching; eyes eyes that have
COME AND SEE US.
AFTER COUNTY JOBS
Hawaii Managers Want
The politicians on Hawaii aro get
ling ready for tho light. Alrendj a
number of plantation managers Is
working mighty hard to get salB in
tin- no ml of Supervisors. Prominent
nmong thoso spoken of as wanting to
be members of thu Hoard of Super
visors of Hawaii nt tho coming elec
tion nro V. II. C. Campbell, manager
of Hawl Mill Company, und John M,
Ross, manager pf Hakalati plantation.
Campbell Is tho brother of Treasur
er Campbell, of the Territory. Soniu
of the politicians sa) that It would ho
of mora uso to Campbell to inn for
Senntot lather than wnstlng his tlmu
In Irving to bo on tho Hoard.
Should tho Hn all Campbell bo
elected Senator, he would bo of ma
terial assistance to his brother, thq
Ross Is considered a good man, but
It Is doubtful whether he would bu
i.lilo to land tho plum.
Another fight of Interest will bo be
tween Sam l'ua and Sheriff Kool.inul
for Sheriff. Pita is tho present Conn
tv Clerk of Hawaii Ho Is it Ilcntib-
llcan and Is said (o be the sttongest
man that tho Republican party enn
Kcolanui Is very popular with the
Hawallans nnd Is already spoken of
nn tho nrnhnhln wlnnir nt Ibn rnmlne?
Auditor McQulrc of 1 law nil. who
has been In Honolulu for some time.
w.us n frequent caller at tho ofllco of
Auditor Illcknell. McOulrc said that
ho found somo very good blanks and
forms In IlickncHs ofllce, which ho in
tends to uso upon his return to IIIlo.
Ho wilt leave for his post next Tues
LIVE WIRE. KNOCKS
towns TO ROOF
Charles Tnnnsond, a joung man
cmploved In thu removal of tho flag
decorations which had been strung
itctoss to kIii cln to wclcomo tho Fleet,
was this morning tho victim of an ae
cldent. Ho was hitting on u polu about
tun feet nbtiio (ho roof of tho building
on the comer of Fort nnd Hotel streets
occupied 1) A. II. Arlclgh, when his
hand cnught a llvo wire. Thu thock
caused him to lo'su his balance and ho
fell to the roof.
12. S. Harr), who was In chnrgo of
tho men, went up on tho toof and cat
lied TownFom! to a room below, wheio
the wounded nnn was attended by I)r
Sinclair. He' was later on taken In
his home. Ills arm was qulto badly
1W1LEI CASES A
The ten Japanese women who wero
arrested at tho Isoi placo at Iwllel
somo da8 ago, appeared in the Po
lice Court this morning, each chain
ed with keeping u disorderly room.
The first ease tried, that of a woman
named Yoshl, resulted In her dis
charge. The caso ot tho prosecution
was lamentably weak, not u slnglo
fact of the material allegations be
ing brought out by evidence nnd, on
tho whole, tho case was n failure all
through. Another enso waB then
tried, hut tho result was thp same,
nnd finally all the rest ot the cases
wero nolle prosd. Judeo Andrado
stated from tha bonch that not a
eclntllla of evldenco had been produc
eel to show t hut tho placo was ono ot
Sheriff laukca stated later on Hint
in view of tho fact that tho evidence
had been found tn be Insufficient, ho
would now havo both men nnd wom
en arrested In tho future, ns it was
his determination to havo tha plnro
Copies ot the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents Cost of mailing, three cents,
A Moet Excellent AuwtKtnt of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 S KINO SI. PHONE S25,
CIIICAOO, III., July 22. Tho
Government will tnko nn appeal
against tho decision of the Stnto
Court of AppenlB, which rendered n
verdict reversing tho decision of
Judge I.andls, who had ordered tho
Standard Oil Company to pay n lino
of $29,000,000. for rcba,ting.
WILL CONTEST DIVOECE
RENO, Nov., July 22. IMwnul
II. Sothcrn will contest tho action
for divorce brought tgilnst him by
his wife, Virginia Harncd,
JAMAICA PLAINS DESPERADOES
1103TON, Mnss, July 22. Two
desporndocs nt Jamaica Plains today
killed tho watchman of a saloon they
wero, attempting (o rob, wounded
two other persons fatally and eight
slightly In tho chase that followed
tho murder. Three hundred pollco
men nrc now pursuing the despera
does. SOUTH AFRICAN WON
LONDON, Hnglnnd, July 22. Wal
ker of South Africa won tho 100
meter raco In the Olimptnn games.
This proved to be tho most Import
ant event of tho day, tho winner bent
ing tho American record for that dis
tance. Queen Aloxnndra was pres
ent nt tho gntnes today.
TAFT TO OYSTER BAY
HOT SPRINOS, Vn July 22.
Tnft has left for Ojstcr Hay to con
sult with tho President.
BRYAN IS TALKING
PAlRVinw. Neb, July 22. nry
nti made two nddrcsses hero today.
HARHISIlima, Pa., July 22. Tho
State Democratic Committee hns
elected n Ouffcvito ns its chairman,
but has endorsed llrjau's candidacy.
NEW ROADS TO
Campbell Avenue Now
in Process of Con
struction Tor tho first tlmo since tho I'leet ar
lived here, the full force of the Road
Department went to work this morn
lug under tho direction of Road Supci
vUoi Tom Cummins. Thero uro In
the neighborhood of 100 men In this
department, and thu amount of woik
that Is dune during each dnv ainouutH
Aeceirdlng to Supeivlsiir Cummins,
Campbell Avcmu, w hie li leads out
hum the end of thu shoit Knplolatil
l'aik iead to (ho torts on Diamond
Head, will bo ouu of thu most beau
tiful roadwuvs In tho tit) of Honolulu
when It Is completed, woik has been
going on em this avenue foi soniu tlmo
put, ami as it Is a wlele, vet sheltcied
thoroughfaie. It will undoubtedly bo
a pupulai load for automobiles. It Is
Lelug macadamized, and Is bhipeel on
ill tho sldeii. Tha loul dots not einltu
e'nch tho ftirts, In fact tueiu Is a
branch road lending to these, but no
work will bo tlouu on this until the
hauling of heavy guns nnd material
has been completed.
Another road which It is claimed
will bo a beautiful addition to tho
drlvcwajs of Honolulu Is at pieteul
being constructed In Pnuoa. Consul
prnblo difficulty has been encountered
In tho construction eif this road, but
tho worst of this hns already been
overcome, ami tho load Is progressing
In good Bhapej now,
Tho ieut.011 that II has been haul
for tho Road Supetvlbor to keep his
run fo I co vvoikiug during thu pant
week has been that so many ot them
lmvo had friends on board tho ships,
and they wcto Inclined to shlik a lit
tle. To avoid this, Tom Cummins lalil
them off for tho tlmu being, especially
tho teamsters, but the) aro nil on duty
mid tho full force is at wpik today.
v :: i -:t a vj -a -x- -x- -x- -x u-
a a -x a a a a a- -,
Temperatures C a. m 74: 8 n ml
"7, 10 n. in, 78; noon, 80; moinlng
Hniotnctcr, S n. in, 30 09; nhsolulo
humid ty. S n. ni . 0 17t! mains nei
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in ,
62 tier cent; duw point, 8 n. m , G3,
Wlnil 0 ft m, VLleicltj 9, illicctloii
1. ; 8 a. m, velocity U, tlliecllon 1. ;
in ,i. m. vedpcltj 9, direction N, i: ;
noon, velocity 13, direction S K
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 a,
in . .00 Inch.
Totnl wind movement dining 21
hours ended ut noon 195 milch
WM. II. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U., S. Weather
Fine Job Prlntlnc at tha Bulletin.
K K K K )! 1 it H M H 1! 11 S II
i PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per R. M. 8. S. Mnrnma, for Sidney,
July 21 II. 8. Northcote, A, P. How
nit, Mr. and Mrs, C. 1). Rcnolds, Miss
K. Anderson, Miss Morris, 11. Hilton
Per M. N. S. 8. I.tlrllne, for San
Francisco, July 29 Mrs. Castle Cole
man, Miss Cioss, I,uchltig Y. T. Low,
Amy Soongs, 1 11. McStocker, Mrs.
Mc3tocker, Miss McStocker, Miss
Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Scchncr, Mrs.
Deo. .Martin nnd two Infants, Mr. and
Mis. Watt, Master Watt, Miss Mabel
Katt, Margaret Wong, Prank Alhertoti,
Mrs. Prnnk Alhcrton, child nnd maid,
A. N. Campbell, Mrs. Campbell, Mis
I 1). Crccdon nnd two Infants, P. I).
Crccdon, J. A. McLcod, Mrs. U II.
Jacobs, Miss Hunlco Pratt, Miss M.
Crelghtoii. Dr. H. H. Ostrom, It. T
Carson, Mrs. P. W. Hvcrton, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Unrvcy and two children,
I reel W. St. Goar. Otto A. Illcrbach,
wlfu nnd child, W. K. Tucker, Mre. A
M. Drown, Judge A. P. Hnrtwcll, MUs
Helen Panics, Miss M, Loomls, Miss
Wert, Miss 12. Panics, Mrs. Mary
Ouun. Mrs. J. A. Mnher, P. II. Worth
mueller. Frank A. Richmond. P. l.u
doy, Wrny Ilergstrom, Clov. J. T. Dak
er, P. C. I.eillond, Ilrothcr Walter,
Miss Center, Mrs. Ciockett, J. uuiiii
and wife. Miss ChlcKcrlng.
Per stnir. Klnau, Gregory, for Kami,
July 23, S p. in Mrs. Kltcat nnd child,
.Mrs. C. P. Low, J. I. Slim, H. II.
llrodlo. U. D. Wlshard, Mrs. Gnrtley
and 2 children, Mrs. C. 1,. Wight, A. It.
Rico, C. S. Dole. P. 12. Harney, John
Mallna, Mrs. J. I. Sllvn, Miss (louvela,
Mrs. Rodcr. Miss II. Meslck, Mis
Maty C. Alexander, John Lennox und
wife, Miss A. P. JohiiMin, Miss M. P,
Wlnue, Miss I2thel Mills, O. A. Rice,
Miss IMIlh Rice, Miss Julia Rice and
mnld. Mis. A. 12. Alexander, Mahler 11
Alexander, Master I). Alexander. 8.
W. Wilcox anil wife, Miss 12. II. Wll
cox, Mrs. H. J. I. man, Havmond
Smith, Doxter Prnser, A. P. Knudsen
and wire. D. II. Hitchcock, C. W
Smith, Alfred Perreiros, Mr. and Mrs.
A. P. Gay, P. Mnhn, P. Kohlbaiim,
lames Piuinl, Miss Knpumllal, Mlta O.
Mills, H. Foimtaln, Miss IMC. Doierlle,
A. Ptiuntalu, Miss Annie I2gothclg,
P. nggcrhelg. W. O. Crow oil. R. I).'
Mnler, A. a, Illmo, A. llrodlu. Col. Dc
I.n Vcrgno, P. Cox, Mis. Dillon, l)i.
Hilddy, Muster Win. Gehrlug, Miss A
Poaliu, Molllo Ktmonn,Mniy Jtmes
C. lllnko and wife, C. Damke, Mis.
Manasu, Mrs. Jas. Kula and child J
M. Ilruco, 12. 12. Mahlum, (1. Sehllllui,,
L. Reinecku. I '
WATERFRONT NOTES X
K 5i S & a ai x x r i M K a
THK MAUI ARRIVKD tills morn
ing from Hawaii.
PARLY THIS MORNING the
schooner KavMillanI eamo In from
NI2XT MAILS for tho Coast should
go out by the Siberia, which is due
here from the Oilent on Sunday.
TIII2 RACI2 YACHTS, which nro
tied up nt Sorcnson'H wharf, aro at
tracting it good dc.il of attention
among thu loafeis on tho water
Till: FIRST NOT1CI2 te mailneis
which nppcnrs over tho signature eif
tho new llghthoiiso inspector fur this
district, Lieut. Cornell'. Moses, Is post
ed, bearing tho dato of jcstculay.
AMERICAN - HAWAIIAN sailing
dates for the near future nro: from,
San Francisco, Columbian on July
29th; from tho Sound, Arl7on on Au
gust 9 til ; fiom Honolulu for San
Pinnclbco, Alaskan on August 8th.
PROM IIII.O nnd Maul the Claud
lno arrived this morning with 10
coids wood, 1 mill roller. 1 automo
bile, 2 horses, 12 hogs, 20 sacks cof
fee. 17! sacks potnlocs, 01 barrels
empty bottles, 3.17 packages hides,
1 111 packages sundiles.
TIII2 P. M. S. S. CHINA sailed jes
tcrday from Yokohama for this port.
She has accommodations for 80 pas
sengers In the cabin. Tho China will
bo in on' tho 31st. with 300 tons ot
general freight for this vfort,
ON12 DI2ATH OCCURR12I) on thu
Hrltlsh stcamci Crnlgvar while sho
was en route fiom Norfolk, Vn , to
this port. An aged Chinaman died
nnd was hurled at beu. Tho vessel
hit n very rough bit of sc.i Just lifter
coming around' the lloiu. und was
standing on ono end or the other for
CHICAGO. HI, July 7. Woe foi
the college )outh, tho negro gamblci,
iiuel tho llahli) hailondci. 'Iho tiilloi
conventliin toehi), llguiutlicl) sic,ik
lng, tine fiiMk clothes to tuttcis.
What was left of thu ellop fiont the
foui-Itiih 1 1 ousci s euff, tho filll)
potket flaps, und otlu i Innovations
of tho boabon wasn't enough to (ntei
cst tho lagplckoi. Indignation of
llio tnllors ocr tho blzarro gniments
roso to n high pitch, and thoy vowed
that even college bo)s would havo to
submit to (onseivnttvo ilothes in the
full, e en if football gatherings eamo
to look like u camp meeting.
In the campaign against chei lulled
fads John 12. Spanu sounded tho
'hoi -nolo" lu his speech, "Your sal
vation lies In stemming the torrent ot
fieaklsh Raiments," ho said to thu
asbembled cut tots. "Tnilois origi
nated tho so-called gingerbread
st)les for theli eollego patronage, but
thev have got bejond us"
Unusual fabrics wero also selected
by tho tnilois for dUcaid. Conseiv
ntism lu Bhudes will icplace nil "zo
IN IN PORTS
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday. July 20.
GRAYS HARBOR Arrived July 17:
Schr. Robert Lowers, hciico Juno 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed July 18:
Ilktno. lrmgard, for Houoiulu.
IIILO Arrived July 17:
8. S. Texan, from Knhuliil.
Tuesday. July 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Arilved July 21:
S. S. Alameda, henco July In.
Ilk. Andiow Widch, henco Juno 25.
SI2ATTLH Sailed July 20:
8. 8. Alaskan, for Honolulu.
IIILO Sailed July 20:
S. S. Tcxun, for Sallna Cruz.
IIILO Arrived July 21:
8. S Lurlltie, helicu July 20.
Wednesday, July 22.
PAN FRANCISCO Sailed July 21:
Ilk. Knlulanl, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO At rived July 11:
S. S. Hllonlan, henco July 11,
K ARRIVED M
Thursday July 23.
Stmr. Clniidlno, Dennett fiom HIlo
end Maul, fi n. in.
K K X X K H K JT t K c Or W M
Tucs.laj, July 21.
Am. Belli. Crescent, Oleen, for Maka-
WedneseH), Jul) 22.
U. 8. 8. Connecticut, Ostcrliaus, for
AucMniiel, li p 111.
II. S. S Geoigln, (Jualtrougli, tor
Auckland, G p m.
U. 3. S Wlsennsln, Mori 111, rnr
Vucklainl, fi p. ni
II. S. 8. Nebraska, Nleholhem, fur
Auckland, t: p m
II S. S New Jerbe, Soulhcrlind,
for Aiieklnnd, fi p m.
U 8. 8. Rhode Island, M unlock, for
Auckland, G p. m
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land, G p m
II S S. Kearsarge, Ilutchlns, for
Auckland, G p in.
U S 8 Kentucky, Cov.lca, for
Auckland, G p. in.
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lanil, G p in.
U. S. S. Louisiana, Nlles, fm Auek
(and, fi p. m.
U. 8. S. Virginia, Sharp, for Auck
land, fi p. in.
U. S 8. Ohio, Hownril, for Auek
laud, fi p m.
U. 8. 8. Missouri, Deijlo, for Auek
hud, G p m
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land, fi p m.
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land, fi p. m.
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PASSENOERS AHEIVED "
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Per stmr. Clainllne, Hennctt, freini
HIlo and Maul, July 23. Mr. Mori ia
wn, John Noa, Rov. II. Z. Kalioe, Miss
M. Kapu, Rov, P. S. Scuddet, J. II.
Cicmei, R. N. Corbalay, J. Llghifoot,
H. II Allen, II. Giierrcio, C. 11. Wells,
Geo. It. Lindsay, Miss R. l.lmlhiy,
Mis. V. Andiows J. W Wnnn iiev.
J. 12. Keklpl Ren. .1. Piikuda, Hen J.
Klguclil, Rev. G, Takanaka, Miss Ta
kanaka, S. Piikuda, wife and daiuhter,
Mr. Mui.imatsu mid daiightui, Ml Akl,
8. W. Wilcox uuil wf, Geo. T. Kliut'ed,
P. II F.nus anil wlfo I). II. Caso, I Fti
Jlmoto nnd C7 elcck
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Per R. M 8. S. Aoraugl, foi V in
comer, Jul) 22. -A S Guild. George
ICeeue), A. J. MuLeoel, ltuv. Hilton, R.
Soates. Miss Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Hiollu,
II. M. Wells, T. Jenkins, M. 11. For
unndez, Mr. and Mis. Johnson i.nd
family, and 10 Hindus.
"I'rost hns written a treatise on
bachclftrs." "What docs ho cull 117"
"Lives of tho hunted." Life.
"Anil what do )ou think ot the en
gagement ring I sent ou?" "1F
Fplendld, It'll thu most beautiful ono
I eier lcielveil." Tattler.
OET IN EXT
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boa, or aoht which you
have in mind. -We'll hava jt ready
m no time, and the price frill be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however; so
Charles I). Wnlkrr.
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