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EVENINQ mJLLETIN, HONOLULU, T.H., WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 190S
Let Aloha No. 3 Initiation.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Pacific Flrtt Degree.
Kadoih 30th Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order arc cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local loJgcc
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets eery Monday evening At
7:30 In I. O. 0. P. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
HEN. 1 VlCKEItS, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC I0DOE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d and 4 th Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Port nnd Uerotanla Sts.
Visiting Brothers cordially welcome
W. L. LYLE, C. C,
F. WALDItON, K. of n. & S.
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every llrst nnd third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
cornor Fort and Uerctanla. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend
A. 0. DEER1NG. C.C..
JAS. W. WHITE, K.US.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. F. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G1C, B. P. 0.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near I'ort Street cery Friday oven
Ing. By order of tho E. II.:
HENUY C. EASTON,
WM. II. McINERNY, E. II.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets ovcrj Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Furt and Ilcretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FltAZEE, C C
E. A. JACODSON, K.R S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY ovcnlngs of each month nt
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Uerctanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FltAZEE, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets ccry first nnd third Thurs
day of each month at Knights of
Pjthlas Hull. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. B. AIlLEiair, 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. TEL. 471.
F. S. INagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Sparc Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jo'-bing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wr.l Paper, Paints, Oils,
eto, P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King
Str,"bpp'. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
257 Beretania St.. Phone 1491
THE SUPERIORITY OF
is acknowledged by persons
accustomed to drinking the
is to be had at all bars.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
i FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
When jou got
us to make
Our $25. inits
GEO. A. MARTIN,
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
uome up and nave some fun.
For The Home
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
HAWAIIAN, PHILIPPINE, AND
SOUTH SEA CURIOS.
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Phone 339.
CENTENNIAL'S BEST FLOUR
New Shipment in on the Arizonan.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The best price you will ever get for
a used article will be the result of a
Bulletin Want Ad,
Rent Franklin cars. Btkyd. Stbls.
Ilcmnants salo August 1st. Whitney
Honk! Honk! Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
McLeod, for pleasantest auto ride.
Moana Hotel bath house will bo
open every evening during month of
There w III bo n meeting of the
Board of Health at 3 o'clock Friday
Mrs. It. N. Mossman and family wish
to thanks all friends for sjmpathy In
Do not forget that "Matt" HclTorn
has moeddlagona11y across the Btrcet
In tho old Hoffman Saloon.
Mrs. E. D. Tcnncy, Mrs Noonan and
Master Vernon Tcnncy havo gono to
tho Volcano for a fortnight.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
Miss Lorna Inukca went to Knual
csterday with Miss Ethel Wilcox,
whoso guest tsho will bo for a few
Tho big clearance salo at Blom's on
Saturday will glvo jou nn opportunity
of getting articles and goods that jou
need at lowest prices.
On Installments ot 13 per month you
can purchaso a White Family notary
sowing machine. Benny & Co , Ltd ,
agents, 12C0 Fort St. Phone 488.
Manuel Sllva Is no longer driver for
tho Vienna Bakery, nnd orders hac
been given tho customers not to pay
him any money for that concern.
Thero will bo n special meeting of
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. and A. M
tonight at 7:30 o'clock nt the Masonic
Temple. Work In tho third degree.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will bo surprised at tts cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co , agents
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 mailincr. three cents.
A glass of Prlmo beer with jour
mcais is Hie cry best tonic iou can
tnko. It clears the brain, aids dlgos-
lion, and stimulates tho whole svs-
Tho compromtso agreement over
which tho Afong children hno been
fighting for bo long has been signed
by Tony Afong, who Is at present lu
Tho annual remnant salo at tho N.
S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. will begin on
Munday, August tho third. For partic
ulars, seo tho Saturday und Sunday
Don't do without a Victor in jour
home. You can get it upon the first
small pnjmcnt. and hno It to uso
while jou nro pajlng for It. Berg-
strom Music Co , Ltd.
Tho combination lunch and dinner
nt tho loiing Cafe nro becoming very
popular with business men nnd wo
men. Evcrj thing. Including tho scr
vice, the best In Honolulu.
Tho Promotion Committee Is dls-
plaj Ing n freak bunch of bananas, tho
fruit on which, Instead of growing on
n stem nnd hanging down, havo giown
from tho main stalk of tho tree.
One Bmall payment, nnd tho Victor
Talking Machine Is In jour homo; a
few more, and jou own It. Don't deny
jourself tho rare ploasure of having a
Victor. Bergstrom Music Co . Ltd.
AStcln-Bloch suit Is the result of
tho united effort of a number of tall
orn, each an expert In his own lino,
That Is why tho suit fits and hangs bo
well. Seo them nt M. Mclnerni Ltd,
Miss Lllllo Ackcrraan, who has been
a guest of tho J. A. Magoons for a
week or two, left for tho Volcano yes
terday. Her Bister, Miss Betsy, will
return to ncr homo In Kcalakckua on
II. II. Stolz, who camo hero last year
us ono of tho crow of Jack London's
Snark, has Just been nnpotntod Secre
tnry of tho International Fisheries
Commission. Tho appointment Is for
our j cars at a good salarj'.
United States District Court has
been opened by tho United States
Marshal, E. It. Hendry, for tho last
four or nro dais, on account of tliu
fact that Danlol Koknhn, tho old hull.
iff, has been ill, and compelled to re
main away from Court.
Tho funeral of Frunk Llllls took
place yesterday afternoon nt 3 o'clock,
services being held at tho homo of his
mother, Interment la Nuuanu cem
etery. A large gathering of friends ac
companied the remains to their last
resting place. Tho floral tributes wero
beautiful. Tho body was brought to
Honolulu from Kona on tho Mauna
Loa, arriving yesterdaj-.
Lo Sun, tho Chlnoso editor of tho
Man Sung Ynt l'o, who was classed
as a laborer by tho Immigration offi
cials, leaves by tho Korea for Japan.
Tho Chlncso Consul has been looking
Into tho matter of taking legal stops
agalnBt him owing to tho fact that he
has written revolutionary articles, but
mo management or tho paper antic
ipated him by letting tho editor nut.
Judgo LIndsny and IiIb wife will
leave for Kuual tor a visit tomorrow
evening. Tho Judgo says that ho has
a place 4000 feot nbovo Bea lovel than
which thero Is no better for a buiu-
mer resort In Hawaii ue. The nights
tiro great, bolng cool nnd Invigorating.
tho thermometer sometimes reaching
as low as fifty degrees. This will bo
juago i.inusay s vacation, aim no win
probably bo gone for two weeks or
A Moct Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 8 HSQ ST. PHONE 525,
for aching eyes eyes that have
COME AND SEE US.
CHICAGO, III., July 28. Thomoa
Hlsgen, of Massachusetts, rccehed
tho nomination for President today
at the Independence Lcaguo National
Convention, and John T. Graves, of
Georgia, received the nomination for
Vice President on tho second ballot.
A delegate who attempted to place
the name ot Uryan in nomination as
the League candidate fui President
created nn uproar among the dele
gates, and the Urjau supporter was
ejected from tho convention.
An Extremist Platform
The platform adopted by tho con-
entlon favors Government owner
ship of railroads, the exclusion of all
Asiatics, the popular election of Unit
ed States Senators, nnd tho creation
of n big Navy.
Charles W. Wnlsh was chosen per
manent chairman this morning, tak
ing tho place ot W. It. Hearst, who
had presided temporarily.
John Temple Graves Is nn orator
and Journalist, n nephew of John C.
Calhoun. He hns acted ns editor on
bcvcrnl Georgia newspipcrs, and has
tnken nn active Interest In politics,
hnvlug been twlco chosen ns Presi
dential clcctor-at-largo, onco from
Florida and onco, from Georgia. He
has been edltor-In-chlcf of tho New
York American, n Hearst Journal,
since 1907. In 190!i ho was n candi
date for tho United States Senate
from Georgia, withdrawing during
PRINCE jSAJLS HOME
QUEBEC, Canada, July 28. Tho
Prince of Wales toneltided his Cana
dian visit today nnd sailed for homo
nhoird the British cruiser Indomi
table. COSTLY PORTLAND FIRE
POIITLANI), Ore , July 28. A fire
here destrojed four blocks todaj', the
loss totaling S22S,000.
JONES TONIGHT AND
The lnugh-fcst, "What Happened
to Jones," will bo rcponted ut the
Orpheum tonight for tho last time.
Stnrtlng tomorrow night tho Lutnlev
Company will present that well-
known play "Itafflcs" which will
run until Sunday evening, giving
way on Monday to tho vaudeville
Henri French, Hnllen & Hillcr, Miss
Agnes Mills, James Polk, Adonis nnd
Lottie Itlnnldo, nnd thnt great Cohen
sketch, "Election Bets." Seats now
en Bala for any performance.
UAL MTATE " TKAWBAOII0W
Entered for Record July 27, 1908,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
loin V Ekstraud to Trent Trust Co
I.eong Kooii Sam to Lam Kam
Hnlku Fruit and Packing Co Ltd to
George Sahara ct all I,
George Sahara et al to Haiku Fruit
nnd Packing Co AL
nugenio II Emerson by utty to Em
ma SIIv.i v Re)
Luck Kam to Luko Ngawk us
Henry P Baldwin nnd wf to Hawn
Com d Sugar Co I,
Kahaunaqlo Plplkuno (w) to Mary
K Alu . . ,.d
Arthur M Brown to William K Ku-
inilo et al Stir L
John Uorton to Ncttio L Scott I)
Knmall and hsb to Helepololel (k)..D
Entered for Record July 28, 1908,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Permian Goodness nnd wf to Joso
V Model i d
Klna Ah San to Ah Sam L
Ah Sam to Allonn Akann AL
Chnrlotto I) ulng to H Hackfeld &.
Co Ltd I,
Entered for Record July 28, 1908,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Kapiiahel.ini Holl (w) to MrB. Ko-
wahlnoauknl Nukalowalu r
Uruco Curtwilght to Bank of Haw
Est of W I" Allen by tr ct nl to W F
Frear et al Trs AM
Richard H Trent Tr to Knhaunaclo
Blplkano (w) Rcl
nichanl H Trout Tr to Kahaunaelo
Blplkano (w) Itol
M Ohtn lo William It Castlo ....CM
W F Allen Tr by nffdt Affdl
W F Allen Tr by affilt Affdt
Entered for Record July 29, 1908,
from 9 a. m."to 10:30 a. m.
Joseph Costa by High Slier to O C
Swain Tr . . . slier n
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
T11KM. N. S. S. Lurllno sallni iM'.
morning for Snn Francisco with n full
list of passengers nnd freight as foi
lows: 2200 tons sugar from Hllo, 4500
long raw Btignr from Honolulu, 1)00
tons refined ugnr from Honolulu, 500
bags rico husks, 340 bags rice. 9501
cases canned pines, BOO crates fioth
pines, zooo bunches bananas, and mi".
THE KINAU came In this morning
with frnlcht n fnllnwA! 90 mntiiv
wlnn ensks. f.1 rrntnu mrnniint iil.i.ilc
60 bundles hides, 12 bundles pelts, 10
bags cocoanuts, 31 bags pears, OS pack
THERE WAS not a great deal of
tlmo this morning between tho distil
bution of tho mall from tho Koiea and
tho sailing of tho Lu Ilnu for San
Francisco to allow of answers goliig
THE A.-II. S. S. Alaskan is duo from
tho Sound this afternoon or tomorrow
morning, to lcavo direct for San Fran
cisco on tho 8th.
THE NIIHAU sails at 4 o'clock this
rfteruoon for Hawaii.
THE AftETHUSA leaven for Sim
THE DESPATCH nrrlvcd at tho
Per O. 8. S. Alamudn, for San Fran
cisco, August B S. A. Crook, I). Mc
Kay, Mrs. I. McDonald. Miss C. A. Tls
tale, Mrs. A. B. Arleigh, Miss Duko,
Mrs. F. B. Whiting. Mrs. W. C. Crook,
Miss Julia Gullck, Miss N. B. Stephen,
Miss Uccke, Mrs. May Winston, (lus
Itlicy, Miss M. Loomls, MIsb Wirt, Mr.
r ml Mrs. Bergstrom nnd two children,
Miss McLean, Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Kvcnc, Mr. Giles, L. Y. T. Lou, Aloy
Bnong, Mlfcs E. Knmaka, E. S. Barry
und wife, Mrs. G. C. Perkins nnd
lrlend, W. M. Cooper. Mrs W. Lang
Ion, Mrs. J. Early, Miss B. Brlmmell.
Miss Grace Hortcnso Tower, F. En
daj E. T. Wlnnnt, S. C. Kennedj. lllllo
tenm Lieut. Col. John W. Short nnd
wife. Maj. W. It. Itlley nnd wife. Scrgt
E. S. Barry and wife, Lloiit. Col. Ar
thur Cojne, Cnpt. M. M. Johnson,
Cunt. A. W. Ntely. Lieut. O. J. Whlto-
head, Pt. A. S. Webber, Capt Charles
Coster. Lieut. L. A K. Etnns, Pu.
Wm. Cliilllngworlli, Pvt. D. K. Lemon.
Sergt. J. Fcrrelrn, Corp. Joo Goincln,
Corp. John Stone, Pt. Dlunchnrd or
Sumner, and about six members of tho
For tho Orient, Per S. S. Koica,
July 29. Mrs. K. O. CaRtlemnn, Mrs.
A. II. Cook, Walter M. Crunden, Wil
liam Gnmmcll, Jr., Mrs. II. A. Haro,
Mrs. John J, Hjlnud, Mrs. O. P. Jack
poir, Infant nnd nurso, M. M. Johnson,
Mrs. M. M. Johnson, Mrs. A. LeBro
ton, Miss M. LoBreton, MrH. It. W. Mc-Ncelj-.
Mrs. J. 11. MrKcldln. Mm. 1. II.
Morrl Mil, L. C. Mnwry, Mrs. L. C.
Mowrj, Mrs II. C. Mustln, Mrs. It. P.
Nicholson. E. II. Pnrrlsh, MrB. E. P.
Qunltrough, Mrs. W. II. 11. Souther-
laud. MIsh Southcrlaml, MIih Mary
Soutlicrlnnd, Miss M. E. SullUnn, sin
"Your friend, Dr. Youngman, Is
nicely settled In that little town, I
"No; iinfnrtunntolj', he has had to
move out Just as ho was getting
"Whj how was that?"
"His wlfe'B sister married tho un
dertnl.cr." Philadelphia Press.
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to do much business.
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, July 27.
'.'EW YORK Sailed July 2G:
Am hp. Fort George, for Honolulu.
Tuesday, July 28.
BAN FIIANCI3CO Arrived July 28:
llktne. Olympic, hence July 3.
Hf 111- llniifiltm fr.tt.i llfitintim Tttmt
Schr. Dofendcf-, fiotn Honolpti,
POUT TOWNSEND Anhed July 23-
Sc.hr. Spoknne, from Hllo, July C.
YOKAIIAMA Arrived July 28:
S. S. Tcnjo Mam, honco July 18.
Wednesday, July 29.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrlxod July 28:
S. S. Despatch, henco Julj 14.
SAN FHANCISCO Sailed July 29:
S. S. IlHonlnn, for Honolulu.
S. S. Columbian, for Honolulu.
MONTEUEY Arrived, July 28:
Hp. M. E. Chllcott. henco July 2.
GAVIOTA Arrhed July 29:
Sp. Falls of Clyde, henco July S.
Port Townsend, arrived July 29:
Bktne. M. E. Wlnkelnmn, henco
Tonippnlures C n. m , 71; 8 n. in,
IS: 10 a, in, 70; noon, k0; morning
Barometer, 8 a. in. 29.99; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., C372 grains per
cubic foot; rtlntho hunihlltj', 8 a. ir
02 per cent; dew 'point, 8 n. m , CI
Wind 0 ii. m, velocity 2, diiectlon
N. E ; 8 ii. in , velocity 3. direction E ;
10 n in. velocity 9, dllectlcil N. E;
noon, voloclty 10, direction N. E.
Rninfnll during 24 hours ended S a.
m , .00 inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 107 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather
COMPANY F HAS
James Thompson Elected;
Says He Will Have
James Thompson was elected to
the position of Captain of Compnnj
V, National Guard of Hawaii, at the
meeting held .it the Bungalow last
evening. While this was the only
business ti.insacted, It was of Impor
tance, for It means that tho Compnnj-,
formerly tho crack one of the
leglmcnt, will bo raised to Its old
standard of excellence through the
efforts und labor of Captain Thomp
son. "Company V was foimorly tho
high-mark conipiny of thu refit
ment," said the now Captain this
morning, "and I am going to devoto
n fir cat deal of my tlmo to gottlng it
again in Ilrst-clnfes shape. I will do
m best to keep up tho record set by
former captains of tho various com
panies." After the business was finished, re
freshments were helved and musical
numbers vvcie rendered.
NAVAL OFFICERS TO
Iroquois Takes Out Those
Of The Milwaukee
The U, S. S. Iioquols, In command
of her now mid verj popular skipper,
Lieutenant Commander Moses, Is on n
trip this nftenioon to Peail Harbor,
bhuvvlng tho slghtB of the now location
for the naval station to thu nlHccm of
tho Milwaukee and of tho Arctium.
Tho commissioned officers, and the
highest of tho petty otneers of tho two
vessels nro in tho p.uty vvhlch Is on
Ibis trip, by the Invitation of Mr.
Tho boring work is still actively In
progreis In Pearl Harbor, and Ih like
ly to continue for mjiiih time to lomo.
Building operations will commence
when Washington has been hoard
Mr. nnd Mrs A, G. M. Robertson re
turned today In the Koicn
Mrs. Chmlcs Lucas und fniullj vvito
among tho arrivals tndaj from tho
Mi. nnd Mrs. Wlllnnl E. Brown nnd
children vvrro among the "knniaalnun
who returned fiom thu States thlb
Mis Frear, wife of Governor Froai,
and Infant, camo back this morning
fiom tho States.
Georgu B McClelan, Bccictury lo
Dcelgate Kalanlanaplo, was nn nnlvnl
(Ills morning lu thu steamship Korea.
Land Commissioner Pratt liiny go to
Camp Porij1, Ohio, ns n member of thu
rlllo team which will lopiesent thu
Nntlonal Oinid of Hawaii at the chain'
plonshlp shoot thero. llo will bo en
tered ns n captain, having held tho
lank of Ltoutenant Colonel for tunsld
crnblo time past.
WertniBdny, July 29.
P. M. S. S. Koren, from San Fran
cisco, 7:30 a. m.
Tucsdaj, July 28.
A.-H. S. S. Virginian, for Knhulul,
Kuannpall, Hllo and Snllna Cruz, o
Stmr. Miknhnln, Tiillctt, ror Molokal
and Mnut, 5 p. m.
P. M. S. S. Korea, Dixon, for Ilia
Orient, 5 p. m.
Pel P. M. S. S. Korea. Dixon, from
Snn Francisco, July 29 IYr Honolulu:
Miss II. Allen, Mrs. B. Angus, Miss M.
J. Armstrong. H. C. Ball, Mis. It. C.
Bill, Miss Floionco C. Ball. II. M.
Ballon, Mrs. C. W. Boedelfcldt, Mna-
tc- F Bodclfeldt. Wllllard E. Brown,
Mrs. Wlllnnl E. Blown, Master .WIN
bird E. Brown, Master Winifred
Brown, A. B. Browne, I, N, Case, Ja
cinto Chlng Kwan Chi, T. M. Church,
Mrs. J. II Clark, Mrs. J. B. Coleiuau.
Mrs. Coleman, Mlbfl J. M. Damon, E.
G. Dulscnherg, II. W. Ehlers. Mrs. G.
S. Eikenburgh, Mis. W. F. Frear and
Infant, Miss Virginia Frear, .1. 'Gold
ktone, Mrs. J M. Grant, 11. E. Iluguet,
Mrs. B. M. Howe, Miss Elizabeth S.
Kent, Miss E Lnvvler, F D Lovvrcy,
Mrs. Charles Lucas, Miss Harriet Luc
as, MIs .Mary Luc.m, Charles W. I.'ic
ni, Miss M. B. Macoucen, Miss Ella
Mnloncy, Georgo B. MeCIelluli, S tl.
Moos, Miss M. Nelke-, A. W. Nolte. F.
Pony, Mr. Pcrrj'. MrB F. Penj', Miss
Mnrgnret L. Peterson, Mr. A. G. M.
Robertson, Mrs. A G. M Robcrtrou,
Louis Rosenthal, N. Schnrlln, It. C.
Scott. Mrs. It. C Scott, Miss C. Stew
art, William L. Tliachcr, Mil.. T. A.
Thacher, Miss A. Thompson, W. G.
Walker, Mrn. E A. Weaver, Miss W.
Winder, .Miss I). Williams. For Yo
kohama: Miss M. F. Allchln, Charles
W. Atkinson, Mis. Charles W Atklu
bon, .Miss Cornelia M. Clapp, MIsh
Clira A. Converse. S. T Crusap. Rich
aids Cunlz. Rev. J. L. Cunlngglni, Dr.
II A Hare, Miss Kawabhlim. K. Ko
kikashl, E M. Ljon, Mrs. j:. M. Ljon,
Miss Ruth Ljon, Karl Mann, J. Mur
inj Marsh-ill, Mrs. J Mm ray Marshall,
JllhS O. E. Mills, Bishop Seth Ward,
Miss Chljo Ynmada. Foi Kobe: W.
F. Bull. Mrs. W. F. Bull, .Master W. F.
Bull, Miss Mary V. Hull. Miss Mm
gurot Bull, .Master Gordon Curtis, Rev.
Henry W. Lampke, Miss 11. 1, Mac-'
Kenzle, Miss K. McCune. J. Bulge,
Mrs. .1. Paige, Miss Emellno Paige.
Manuel Pcrrj, Dr. A. M. bliiiriucks,
Mrs. A. M. Shanocks, Miss Ella Sh.u
locks. Miss Marlon Shanocks, Miss
Theodora Shirrucks, Soklchl Ucliljn
ma, Rev. Harry Rhodes, MrH Hariy
Rhodes. For Slitinrtiul: Mih C. 11.
Blake, Miss Blake, Chow Wang iiPim,
Miss Y. I). Clin. C. I). CHik, F. N.
Drcslng. Henrj V. Lac),, William Mai
tin, Thomas T. Gilulii, Mis. Thomas T.
Grlnin. William 11. Nafey, Mrs. Wll
Ham II. Nnfoy, Mrs. L I) Ross Thump
lion, Miss Helen B. Taj lor, Mrs. Helen
11. Tajloi, II. Van Loo, F. Wlilielin,
Miss Graco Woodbrldg Y. C. Yung.
For Hongkong: Ralph J. Andrews,
Frank Ahbiuoro, Theodoio A. Ban
nieister, Emct Chandler Blosser, Pi of.
Dr. Boedecker, Miss II. O. Brouse, Wil
liam M Chlsholil, LniiKOU E. Doylo,
Mrs. Langon E. Dojle, Mrs. Joseph W.
Fender. Wlilielin Gllkii, Judge W. L.
Goldsborough, John W. Graham Wal
ter C. Holmes, Ilniold Hainan, Fiank
W. Hnlett, Dr. Wolfgang Kuistnor. J.
O. Knleschc, Mrs. Emtio Kiilppenbcrg,
Bruno Kiiliu, Ramon I.nrraln, Ramon
l.iiralu, Ir, Miss Emma Lurr.ilu Mlhs
Alda I.annin, Ben E. Lear, C .0 Lo
Fovre, Mis. Georgia Leonard, Com
mander Edvard Lloyd, Ji., Miss Min
nie L. MacKay, William E McVoj
Franz Metzner, Miss Edith Moore,
William Muslaid, Mrs. Florence Mus
lim! and Infant. E. A. Morgan, Mrs E.
H. Panlsll, Frlodrlch Rlehter. Kiuest
Rosenfeld, Gen Lieut, von SiMern. a.
W. Salteillivvallc, H rnian S. Schick,
W. S. Sprlngtnami W. II. Taj lor. Dr.
F. P. Whlteblll, W. It. Whllller, Mrs.
W. R. Whlttler, Mid. Frances J H3ch,
MIsi Emily JeiiEch.
Pel stiur. Klnait, Gregor, from
Knual, Jiiy 29 M Bombold, C W.
Spitz, C. Clairk nnd wife, Mu .1 Ken
wick. Mrs. Ludloff, Mr. Baker MIsh
M. Knaahu, Miss J. Kanalm, Mrs. I).
Sheldon, O. Wix, J. D. Trcuor and 10
I PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per M. N. 8. S. Luillue. Weudou,
foi Sin Fianclsco, July 29. Mis A.
M. Biovvu, H. II. Bishop. Mrs. BWhop,
K. F. Brown Gov. O. T. Bakei. A. N.
Campbell Mis. Campbell, Mrs Hanlct
Castle Coleman, 11 C. Cm son, Miss M.
Crulshton, Miss N. Center. F. I).
Crcedon, Mrs. Cnedon nnd 2 cblldien,
Mrs Stella K. Coekett, Miss Ciots. J.
J Deveieaux, Mi3s E Eamos, Mra. F.
W. Everton nnd 2 ch!l'idii, Mies May
Gonsalvus, MIfh L, R. Jacobs, tllsn
Maigaict Kan. Y. T I.au, F. C I.e
Blond, II C. I.ochner, Mis. Li timer,
Miss I.ecliner, Miss M Loomls, Miss
Madden, Mrs, Geo. Martin and 2 cbll
(inn, Aloy. Soong I'. B MiStoc'ter,
Mrs, McStoekor, MIsh L. McSlocker,
Dr. EI. E. Astrom, F. A. Richmond,
Miss C. L Robliibon Miss Schmhlto,
C. St. Gear. L A. Scliloss. John Walt.
Mrs Watt. Masli-r Watt Biother Wal
ter, MlbS Wirt, Mabel Wong,
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowinc-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that vou will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however: so
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapal.