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BVEKINO nULT.BTtN, lieNOmM), T. 11., 8ATUKOAY. JULY 25,tflOOS.
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular.
Hawaiian Second Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Pacific Second Degree.
All visiting members of tlio
Order nrc rurdlall) Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. 0. 0. T. Hall, Fort Street.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
HEN. F. VICKERS, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC I0DQE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Mcots every 2d and 4 th Tuesday
of ach month nt 7:30 p. m. at K. I'.
Hall, corner Tort and lleretanla Sts.
Vltltlug llrotliors cordially welcome.
v L. i.YLE, C. C,
R WALDRON, K. of n. & s.
0A11U LODGE. No. 1. K. of P.
Meet's every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Berctanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DEERINQ, C.C.,
JAS. V. WHITE, K.11 S.
HONOLULU LODGE 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CI 6, 11. P. 0.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. By order of the E. R.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. McINERNY, E. 11.
Win. M'KTNLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP,
Meets overy Saturday evening at
7-30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Tort and lleretanla. Vlsltlpg broth
ers cordially invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE, C.C.,
E. A. JACOI1SON, K.R S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at1
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Berctanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. 13. ARLEIGH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
iifci I in ' immammmmmm
Pacific Photo Gallery
Beit 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. TEL. 471.
F. . NagamK
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 914. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W, B. Kom, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
257 Beretania St. Phone 1401.
iiHmfr'ni i fiiiiiitfwtf'
is Seattle Brew,
the Best Ever.
Not too much
Just enough to make
a fellow feel good.
At nil bars.
L1AU.r MJ.KM WWUUU
HUN DOWN I
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
) FOR. FOOT AND KINO STS.
Whan you get
us to make,
Our (25. suits
GEO. A. MARTIN,
In Town , ,
miiir i r iM
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have come fun.
FOR ANY OCCASION.
Young Bide. Phone 330.
Get a Viotor
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
CENTENNIAL'S BUT FLOUR
New Shipment in on the Arizonan.
HENRY'MAY 'bTcO.I 'LTD.
nkwito, ....I'.aL', MiAii.-.iiva;, JfaM
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Among the ways of securing good
tenants Bulletin Want Advertis
ing is first. And it doesn't occur to
us that there IS any second-best.
Rent Franklin cars. Stkyds Stbls.'
A notice of (ho Pioneer Mill Co. ni
pears In thin Issue.
Wash goods sale Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday. Whitney & Mnrslt.
Honk! Honkl Call 111 or 191, J. A.
McLcod, for pleasnntcst auto ride.
Moana Hotel brttli house will be
open every evening during month ol
Captain Moses of the Nil Mil Station
(aid his olllclal call on tlovcuior Frcnr
All kinds of beer, wlhos and mixed
drjnks nro served In the best manner
at the 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 $3 per mouth you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sewing machine, llenny & Co, Ltd.,
agents, 12CS Fort St. Phono 4SS.
There will be n monster clearance
sale at mom's commencing Satuiday,
August first. The price 'of over) thing
will be cut.
Coat your Iron loots with "Arabic
You will bo surprised nt its cooling
mil preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can bo procured at this office for five
cents. 'Cost of mailing, three cents.
Get yourself ono of our fine trunks,
bags, or suit cases. Wo arc making
a Bpcclil show Ins this week of these
handsome goods A. Mom, Fort St.,
opposite Catholic Church.
Tho Hllo pineapple cannery Is how
working full time, able to take caro of
ell the fruit (hat initios along, and an
ticipating a very much larger output
than that of hist H'.ir. Hnnall Her
ald. Notice the attractive line of new
summer goods at the N. S. Sachs Dry
Goods Co., ltd. Bargains In articles
for eery-day wear. Watch for an
iiounccment of tho annual rcmnann
The Y. M. C. A. will hold services
on board tho U. S. S. Milwaukee Sun-
day evening at 7:30 o'clock. Anion,:
those In tho party which will be aboard
ur e I'M Towsc, John Ewlng, nnd Ches
Hoc Mousarrat, tho champion base
ball rooter of tho Territory, telephoned
from Knpapala ranch on Monday
morning before daylight for tho Ho
nolulu baseball scutes of Saturday
and Sunday. Hawaii Herald.
Ono of the very pleasant card par
ties of tho week was that given by
Mrs. Qtgnoux of Anapuul sheet In hon
or of the birthday of Mr. Ulgnuux. Thu
occasion also served to celebrate a
wedding nnnlvcisary of Mr. ami Mis.
Tho only dlffcrcnco between Import
cd and homo mado candy Is in tho
price and the absence of tin foil
around tho pieces. You cannot oat
tho foil, though you pay for It. You
can have full enjoyment of tho homo
made If J on get It from tho Palin
Tho cut-prlco household emporium
of Lewis & Co., Ltd., offers for threo
weeks a 33 1-3 per cent off tho re
ular prices on agateware, glassware
crockery' nnd household utensils. Call
quick and get jour choice of desirable
articles. Only for threo weeks, re
member. 1C9 King street, tclephono
210.. Thcso goods aro less than cost.
Within tho past tvvclvo mouths
thero has been a very large Incroaso
In the number of buildings construct
ed In Hllo, though it has been Impos
sible to keep any record of them ow.
ing to tho fact that the former build
Ing Inspector nover made tiny regular
monthly returns to tho Board of Sup
erilsors. Hawaii Herald,
Tho Morton residence at Llllha
Heights with 20.000 square feet of
land was offered for salo at auction
by Moigan this noon, but only ono bid,
of $1530 was received, by It. Hnlr, ad
ministrator, and tho salo was post
poned, Tho snmo courso was taken
In tho salo, of -21,000 syuaro feet of
land on Clullok. avenuo, for which no
bid wa8 rocelvod. ,
Tho nuuibor of new ..Japanese, fish
ing boats that aro being built ll as
tonishing, und thb nioro thero nro tho
larger they nro constructed. On Sat
urday aftfrnonu ono of tho blggcbt
boats that tho Orientals -havo over
finished wnB launched here, and mi
Monday morning tha keel of n new ono
of similar slzo was bring laid In tho
shod that hitd been occupied only two
da) s previously. Hawaii Herald.
"Why don't jau do as you did
when jou came homo last night,
"How was that!"
"Why, when I met you in tho dark
hallway you caught me In your arms
and kissed me."
"Qee, was that you? I thought
or-r-hcre ou ntol" Houston 1'ost.
Museum Attendant: We cannot tell
whether this mammal Is ono or sev
eral million years old.
Old Gentleman: H'ml I see. To
male of 11b Bpeclcs, eh? Kansas
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready1 for mailing,
can be procured at this office for Ave
oents, Cost of mailing, three cents,
for aching eyes eyes that have
been mistreated '
COME AND SEE US.
M WATF.PPUnVT VriTTS K
Till! MARAMA ARRIVED yester
day from Vincouvcr and Victoria and
loft early this morning .on her wuy
to. the Colonies. Sho was delayed, In
docking by tho fact "that n minister
traveling In the second cabin got
away from tho part of tho deck to
which ho should hnvo kept, and
could not be found for jomo tlmo aft
er tho doctor went aboard. The Mn
riiinn luTt the Coast on July 17. Com
ing down sho passed tho Aornngi and
a llvc-mastcd Atari lean schooner
bound Inward, and showing tho let
ters "K. H Q. C." She brought 500
cases whiskey and lfio cases gin.
THE MAUNA KEA arrived from
Hllo nnd Maul ports this morning on
schedule time, bringing an average list
of passenger, and tho following
freight: 1 box pigs, 1 crato turkeys, 1
bag coin, 4 bags aw a, 7 horses, 7 bar
relit tallow, 3 boxes empty bottles, 10
empty curbojs, 11 boxes chickens, 17
bags cocoa, 23 bags taio, 20 packages
vegetables, 33 empty kegs, 40 colds
wood, CO cases lione, 71 barrels em
pty bottles, 77 bagit cabbage, 13A)
THE ARRIVAL of the Atlas, Amer
ican ship, at Delaware Ilroakwator
yesterday, 107 iIuvm out finm Knliu
lul, makes her the winner of a lS.OoO
miles ocean race, her competitors bo
lug tho Astral and the Edward Sewall.
Tho threo ves.ols all four-masted
steel crnft, or the same build and lis
carrying the same cargo, left port
within three dan of cich other, all
boundnfor the llreakwnter. Tho sail
"' uall 0I e Atlas was April Dili
purser im:ti: piiili.ips of tho
Mnuna Kea makes tho following re
port of niirfur on Hawaii: Olaa, 3!),
304; Walaken, r,U0O, Hawaii Mill,
5500; Walnnku, 13 em;, Ouumca, 18,
GOO; I'eiicekeo, 11,000; Huntimu, IS,-
000; Haknlau, 11,300; I.uupnhoehoo,
12.000; Onkaln. 400U; Kiikaiau. 3000;
Hamakua, 30li0, Paaulmu, 13,500; Ku-
kulhaele, 1000, Pimnluu, li.,e,"S; Ho
JOS 'T.'HHIY, Sailors' Union
agent, has written a letter to Com
mander W. Strothcr Smith. U. S. N.,
stationed nt Washington, D. C, em
bodying suggestions on the revision
of laws relating to tho safety of life
at ten, In accordance with a circular
from Roobuvclt Inviting such sugges
tions, Tlii: AMERICAN pchooiier Mary II.
Poster uO dajtt out of Tultal, came in
to port this moinlng Sho bringi 1 1,-
000 bag . of nitrate, consigned io n.
I Hack' '1 & Co. -Tim wl oo.io" li.nl n
'quiet n:ul rather long tilp fiom the
faoiuh iiiuorican port
THU SCHOONKR yacht I.u.llim U
minus a rook for tho return voy.igr.,
and tha shipping commissioner Is busy
suppljlng this noedful functional' 'or
Till: I'. M. S. S. Siberia, from Yn-
. kuhania, will bo duo lommrow morn
ing, anil In all probability will sail for
San I'runclsco in tho afternoon, so got
jour mall ready.
THU STKAMUR Alaskan .wlilrih If
to nrrlvu hero, on tho 2,th fiom thu
Sound, v.lll bo despatched for S-in
I'ranclsco direct on August Slh,
Till: A.-H., 8, S. Columbian nulved
hi San J''ranclscct yesterday, and s ex
peeled to null for this port on sched
ule time, July 29th.
Tin: NOHAy.tinlved this morning
from Hawaii with 4000 bugs sugar, and
35 (iietnwull, cattle. She had 2 Jap
anese on deck.
Till: STEAMER IIULCN'K cimo lu
iiom jiawati' ports mis morning witn
3301 bags sugar and a deck load of
Tin: CRUISER Milwaukee l'i
throuijli coaling. The Cialgvar Is now
unloading cargo onto tho Naval wharf
THE INVRADELLI urlncd nt Hllo
Thursdaj', to discharge coal, Sho will
be emptied by 'Umisday next.
A I'lVK MASTED schooner wna
seen In tho oiling jestorday, too far
avvaj to bo mado out.
THE S. S. Virginian will sail fur
Kuhulul Monday afternoon.
"Ileie, waiter," cried tho guest In
tho cheap restaurant, "tills food is
simply vllo. and J, don't jiroposo to pay
for It, -iWhcro's tlio,proprletor?"
"Ilo'a gono homo to lunch, sir,"
replied tho waiter. Philadelphia
America; : :
1 ; Winn'creil
II lining U:
NEW YORK, N. Y. July 21.
Hn)e, tho 21-car-old employe of n
depaitment store, who won the Mar
athon race, won the liu-mlto Boston
race In 1907.
LONDON, Hug., July 2 1. IJorril-
do, tho Italian vvho-iulhipaed In the
Marathon nice, bus i covered.
Haves" time was tvvj hourj and
r 1-S minutes, lion i ran of South
Africa was second, and Toishae, Ain
eilcnn, third. Of the tlrst ten, four
were Americans, nnd tho Diet Eng
lishman lo take honors was twelfth.
20,000 ON STRIKE
110MBAY, India, July 21. Twen
ty thousand mill-hands are on n
In a riot today, which the lufantty
tuclled, llvo wcie killed utid forty
NINETEEN INDIANS KILLED
CITY Ol' M11X1CO. July 24.
Nineteen I'apago Indians have been
killed in n fight with troops.
Roman Catholic Cr.tluMial. Our
Lady of IVico fi nnd 7 n. ni low
masses vvitli hoi) Comtnunlou mid Por
tuguese horinon V a, m, low mass
with English senium; 10:30 a. m, hU;li
mass with Native seimon; 2 p in.,
lliwiry with Nntlvo Instruction; 7 p
in., Portuguese turmoil mil benedic
tion. During thu week the mnssca at
0 ami 7 n. m.
Hist Methodist Episcopal Chinch
O.ivld W. Crane, pastor. S(md.i)
ichool, 9:45 a. m. .Morning woiBhlp.
11 o'clock; tho Ituv. T. II. Hannn, or
Indianapolis, will pi each Epwoilh
l.tugue. tl: SO p. in Evening M-rvleo,
7:30. Sermon by tho pastor, "A Help
Ing Hand." Pi of. I.evvH will pieshle
nt tho organ nnd dlrtct the choriu
choir. Miss Klein will sing during
tho moi nlng service. Tho public it
Invited to meet and wot ship with us.
Ccntial Union Church Dot emus
Scuddei, mlnljtcr; Amos A. Ebtrbiile,
iisslstant minister. Morning worship
ut 11 o'clock; tho asi.lst.iiit minister
Rov. A. A. Ebcisolo will preach, sub
ject "Tho Abundant Life." Evening
wuishlp ut 7:30 o'clock; senium by
tho minister, subject "His Wonderful
Tho Catholic Church or St. John the
Baptist, Knlllil-vvnena, In charge of
Rev. Kajhur Clement. Tomorrow, July
LGth, 8:30 n. m., high mass, seimon,
collection, Sunday school, t p. m
Tho Catholic Church of St. Joseph,
Moanalua, In rhargo of Rev. Katlmr
Clement. Tomorrow, July 2Cth, U a.
in., high ni.is.3, tcrAon, collection, Sun
dav school, 3 p. m.,' Rosary, eato
chlsm. ("hrlstlan Church A. C, McKcevor
lastor. .1.45 lllblo school; 0:30 p. in.,
Y, P. S. C. E.; 11 ii. in., sctii.iii; 7.30
p in., bciniun, subject "How to Study
tho lllble." AH aio vvelcoiue.
Elalnt Atigutlnu on tho llcncli, Wul
klkl a a. in., low mass with bluglug
end English Hvrnion,
i, x v it H a :: a
: a x- ; ;: -:t a- a -;t it a it
iTonipeiatuies ' it. in., 71; 5 a. in.,
77; 10 a. m., 75; noon, 77; inornliig
Iluroinetor, S a. in., 30,03; absolute
humidity, k a. in, 5.877 gialns pur
cubic foot, lelatlvo liuinldlty, 8 n. ni.,
CO per rent; dow point, 8 n. in., G2.
Wind 0 ii. in., velocity 13, direction
N. E.; S ii. m., velocity II, direction
N. E.; 10 ii. in., velocity 11, direction
N, E.; noon, velocity 10, dlieetlou N,E.
Uulnfall dlirllig 24 boms ended 8 a.
in., .02 inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 233 miles,
WM. H. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weathtr
Riank books of all portr ledgers
Fie. manufactured by tho bulletin Pub
A Mo"t Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
2 S KING ST. PHONE 525.
1ABLE REPORT OF SAN
N VRANt'ISCt) Arrived July 10:
.M.r W. 11. Marston, from Hllo,
YOKOHAMA Arrived July 10:
H S. Asia, hence Juno 29.
MAHUKONA Airlved July 10:
Ilk Mohican, fiom San Ftanclsco.
HII.O Sailed July C:
Sthr. Spokane, for Port TownBcnd.
IJLEELE Sailed Juno 20:
Sthr. Qeo. E Hillings, for Sound.
SAN KRANCISCO-Sallcd July 11:
S. S, Tcnyo Mam, for Honolulu.
Monday, July 13.
SAN PRANCIBCO Airlved July 11.
3 S. Virginian, from Sallna Ciuz.
SAN PRANCISCO Arrived Jul) 13:
U. S. A.' T. Shcrldnn, hence Jul, r
SAN PRANCISCO Sailed, July II.
S S. Teiijo Mnru, for Honolulu.
S. !!. Lurllnu, for Hoiiuliilu.
SAN ntANCISCO Sailed Jul) J3:
8. S. Alaskan, for 'Seattle.
KAANAPAI.l Arilved July 13:
S. S. Texan, from Honolulu.
Tuesday, July 14.
SAN PRANt'loCO-Atrived July 1..:
S. S. Etitt'i,.ilti', from Hllo. July J
S S. Korea, hence July 8
UKISflAKK Sailed July S:
S. S. Aoiangl, for Honolulu.
11IU3IJANE Arilved July 13:
S. S. Manuka, hence June 27.
Saturday, July 13.
YOKOHAMA Sailed July 17
S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu.
Ocr. S. S. Alesln, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Pi rived July 17:
H. S. Mougolla, henco July ('.
CANCOUVEU Sailed July 17.
S S. Maramn, fur Honolulu.
An unknown btenmshlp passed thu
port bound smith. ,
Friday, July 17.
SAN PRANCISCO Sailed July 17:
b S. Mululan, for Honolulu.
Sthr. H. C. Wright, for Mahukona.
SEATTLE Arrived July 10:
S, S. Alajknn, from Sr.n rrnncliscn
QUAY'S HARBOR Sailed July 17:
Schr. Chns. E. Talk
Monday, July 20.
ORAYS HARBOR Arrived July 17.
Schr. Robert Lowers, henco Juno 21
SAN PRANCISCO Sailed July 18:
Ilktue. Iimgurd, for Hojioluld.
HH.O Arrived July 17:
S. S. Texan, from Kuhulul.
Tuesday, July 21.
SAN PRANCISCO Airlved July 21.
S. S Alameda, hence July 15.
Ilk. Andrew Welch, henco Juno 25.
SEATTLE Sailed July 20:
S. S. Alaskan, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed July 20:
S. S. Texan, for Sallna Cruz.
HH.O Arrived July 21:
ii. S l.ui line, hence July 20.
Wednesday, July 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed July 21:
Bit. Kalutanl, for Honolulu. ,
SAN PRANCISCO Arrived July 22!
S. S. Hlloulan, l.ence July II.
Thursday, July 23.
SAN PRANCISCO Arrived July 22:
S. S. Hlloulan, hence Juno 1 1
S. S. America Mnru. hence July 17
SAN KltANCISCO Sailed July 23.
S. S. Korea, for Honolulu,
Friday, July 24. ,
SAN PRANCISCO Sailed, July 23i
S, 3. KnterprlMj, for Hllo. J
HILO AnlveA July 21:
Ilk. Annlo Johnson, from Snn Fran
YOKOHAMA Sailed July 22:
S. S. China, fur Honolulu.
DELAWARE BREAKWATER Ar
rived July 21:
Am. tp. Atlas from' Knhulul April 8.
Saturday, July 22.
DELAWARE BREAKWATER Ar
ilved July 21:
Am. hp. Atlas, from Knhulul, April S.
GHAY'3 HARBOR Sailed July 21:
Am, tclir. Hclcne, for Honolulu.
SAN PRANCISCO Airlved July 21:
S S. Columbian, fiom S.ttluo. Ciuz.
SAN PRANCISCO Arrived July 25:
S, S, Ailznuan, henco July Hi.
POUT tlAMULE Sailed July 24:
Ilktue Kllkltat, for Honolulu.
HII.O Arilved July 23.
S ft. Indravelll, hence.
MAHUKONA Sailed July 19:
Ilk. Mohican, for Snn i'l.inelbco.
MONTEREY Al lived July 23:
S. 8 fl-uita Itltu, bunco July II.
SAN FRANCISCO S-illirf. lul) 21:
S. S, Alaniudj, for Honolulu.
BOSTON, Jinss., July 12. Wu
Ting Pang, Chinese Minister to thin
country, recently mado tho stiitemcnt
that ho had dlbcovoiul tho hecret of
longevitj, mentioning n period of 200
cm to which ho might llvo tlnoiigh
a svsteni of diet.
Wu volunteered to glvo his system
to niijono whu wliihcd to know It, mid
u Boston man who rent hint M In
quliy has iccclved fiom tho C'IiIiicjO
Legation at Washington tho follow
ing plan of dally pioceduro:
"(1) I havo given up my break
fast, taking two meals a day, lunch,
"(2) Abstain from till llesh food;
ni) diet Is rke, or, when 1 go out to
dinner, whole wheat bread, fresh veg
etables, nuts, nnd fruit,
"(2) 1 avoid till (offeo, cocoa, toa,
llquois, condiments, and 11 ilch
"(4) I have given up all Bait also,
bocauso It Is found that bait makes
oiiu'h hones stlfT.
"(u) I iu.istlc.ito ovory mouthful
of food thoioiighly before It la swul
lovved. "(G) I don't ill Ink nt meals, but
between meals or ono diour nftcr
"(7) I piactlco deep bieatlilng,
"(Ji) I tuko uiodorato oxeiclao."
! S Jf K & K M-K U K l( R K
f ARRIVED M
K M K K K V KltBRSJIXM
Friday, Julv 2$.
R M. 8. 3. Mnraiiia,' (ilbb, from Van
tOitvcr, 6 '30 p. in.
Saturday, July 2r,
Stnir. Mauiin Koa, Preetnnii, fn,ni
Hllo nnd Muni poitb, 7 a. in.
Stnir. I.lliullke, Naopil.i, from
Knual, a m.
Stnir. Noenti, Mltdiell, fHJiu Hnvvall
jio, ts, 9 n. in.
Stnir. Ilelelio, Nchon, fiom Hawaii,
10:15 n. m.
Am. edit'. Mniy 13 Foster, Thnnip
Mm, fiom ilultal, n, m.
it 51 M ii ii DC W 51 A V. K X U H
M M ii H ii 3t ji ii It a t H H in
Stnir. Claiidlnc, Bennett, for Ha
waii nnd .Maul, 5 p.' in.
Hatiirdn.v, July 21
R. M. 8. S. Mtirauin, (libb, for thu
Colonies, 3 n, in.
K ii ii. V K . X . V. M,U H XlDtS
SAILING TOMORROW '
A X K 3 w ;i H ;t K V. l It X ii ii
P. JI. S. H .Siberia, Zeo.loi, for San
Francisco, p in.
Stnir. Maul, for Koinn, 4 ,m.
Stnir. Nlllinu, Oucss. fui hlnl.aveli.
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i PASSENGERS ARRIVED
if ;; ! ii j: ji :; k ;t h n k h k x k
Per btmr. Mnuna ICen, Fieeimn,
fiom Ililo mid Muni poiti. July 25
Miss Mdleuli. Mm. Kahallhlll, Mrs.
T. Jlolllngoi- mill child. Mrs.-W. O. Ka-
mnll, .MIsh A. Auld, P. A. Richmond,
ii. I. Llllle, Ln Hue, Biothw- Wnllor,
Ituv. K. Hlguchl, W. 8. ChllllnKvvorth.
J. I). Carter, Jr.. II. Lnulsst.ii, 51. Spitz-
or, i:. .Madden, .Mis Wutiiiinbe, MUs
E. Sutherland, S. Naualil,' JIih. S. N:i-
vvahl, Uev. K. Shlrahhi, All Kill, Luck
Kuiu, R. R. Elglu. It. Mltaln, Atklni
Wight, Mm. A. Wight,, A. W. Carter,
Mra. A. W. Carter, alnUer A. Carter,
AIIk.1 13. Carter, Uios J, Cuiei. .Mlsii
Soieiison, MIhs I). Hnrtvvcl, Miss J.
Hr.rtwcll and Lorvnnt, C. llolto, .
lllud, W. E. Howell, M. McKeuzlo. O.
U. Bales. A. Santulo, A. S. Mcdelrost,
Mls C. Dana, J. 1,'. linger.!. Mm. J.
JCual, J. II Fuller, 1) Couvvnj-, L. lieu
nlng, Mm. K. Mltiiul.' " '"
Per R M. S. S Mru.inu, (Jilili. from
Vnnrouver, Jul) 24. Sojl Kill nl. Win.
Diml.ii, J. A. A. Darles Geo. McKIu-
lav, J. Waddcll. Emtst L. Miner. It.
Macouachlo, i:ilg Dnvvd, A A. Eb: r-
mile Bel thu A. 11. Leon, U. A. and
Ki neth El" rsolnu. Edg-i" WcoJ, Oen.
Poden, Nelllo Campbell, , loscphlno
Pierce, Pineal Rouseln, PlorAico Ship
man, Thoavvnld Brandt.
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U PASSE3TGER3 DEPARTED f
tt It it. ft 1 K. !R A 5t M fi 6 it & n
Per stnir. 'Claudlne, for Maui mid
Hawaii, .lu!vN2l. O. It. Martin, .1. M.
Vivas, Stafford' Wrciita.' firs n. !.l nl
say, Mrs. Wionns and win, Mi 3. J.
Kukeana Miss Iiannestu!, Miss Mat
lie Camming, Mrs. v'oO'?. Uev H.
Ault nnd v.iro, J Kiikla.i.l. J. W.
Wieiins, Father Jester, A J. Black
burn, C 11. Wells, Dr. Mm;aaril, W.
1'ull.ir, Mrs. A. Q. Dukuns and fo'ir
children, J. K. Knleo'aud wife, His.
L. l'ilil, MIhs Musfey, Miss R. Ko
konii, Mrs, J. Acu, W. O. Aiken n'ul
wife, Miss E. Smith, MUses Jmd'ii
(2), J. Vincent and wife, Mrs. 11 'nolo,
-Mis Kahairii, Mrs. Akl nnd child, M.
Eoarts, A. I). I.artiach, Miss E. Solo.
Miss C. Cirovoa, S Jardln, wlfo an 1 t.vo
ihlldicu, O. A. liurndt, H. M. Co to,
fieo. W. Cnrr, .Mrs. Ayios, Allio A)i"8.
Kalanl Wilcox, Jos, Ulsho, W. Bohllnr:,
1). Quill, Bio. Charles, Bro. Ilnrh,
Bro. Frank, J. Kaplo J. Malumcy.
Pir R. M. S. S M-iraun, dlbh. ti
Colonhia, July 25. Mrs. C. I). R- it
olda, Mrs. A. W. Hindu mil child tj
Arthur Cieuthaw, In ,. Dennlc ?)m,
a. L, Smith. Mis. H. O. Mu.U Us
Al. Morris, Miss r A-i 'orhon, J'li.
Barron. A. B. lluvxilt, H. M. S. f;) tli
coto, N. Rota, H. It, Johnson, P. Li. ,s,
Madamo O. Bellcr, Mailamo L. St -r-.
GAVE REIN TO HER THOUGHTS
"iooks a hit llko lain, nu'jiu," ob
served tho 'friendly milkman nu ho
handed in his moinlng pint.
"it dues Indeod," replied tho londy
vvltted housolvcepor with her gazo
llxed on tho bottle. Boston Tiuus
eilpt. - o v t
"Do jou think Mars Is Inbablled:"
iibked tho sclontlflo lidrbon.
"I ip illy can't saj-that I c.uo
iniidi whether It It or not." nnsweied
Mid-, C.ijo'nno. "TIteVo !irt nlicady
enough neighbors to ttilK nbout.
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Thu piodlgal bon vviute tho old
man na follows:
"I got religion n't camp uniting
the other day. Send mo ten dull an,"
But tho old mini ropllcd:
"Religion la freo. You got tho
wiong klimV-rAUtftiln Conbtitiitiou.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rovvinsj-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have-jit ready
in no time.'and the price will be go
low tliat you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however; so
we KNOW. '
Charles B Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,