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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T, ft , TlWn&DWVLZi6n09httfjf g. .
, T i'iUHKI) W '
Honolulu Chapter--Past Master
and MMt.BswelUnt .latter.
All visiting imtiuBers ut lha
Orilr r eonll illy Invited tu
attend nVetlug' ol local lodges
SABM0NY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. V.
Matti avery ivonday evening t
f;30 la I. 0. O. r Hill, Fo-t Utrest
It. 11. HENDilY, Sfcrctary.
x r. u. wicki:, ti o
Air visiting brothers isry lorillfttlj
CAHU LODGE, Ifo J. K. of. 1'
M"ut every ArM and third Fri
day evening at 7.30 la K. of 1'. Hall,
turner t'ort aud Dsrelanta Vlsltlog
Drotbora codla'.ly Invited to utteuil
r. n MKir.Nr, c. c.
Jt. UOSL1.NU K. H. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C. II. P. O.
Hike, meetii In thc'.r lmll, on King
Street, near Port, every Prldiy even
ing. Visiting Dioihcrs mo curdiull
invito 1 to attend '
U. A. DOtlTlllTr, H. It.
11. C. KASTON, Scc'y.
,. Wm. M'UINLEY LODGE No 8, K oil?.
Meets viry 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o clock In K. ofV
Hall, cor. Fort and Ileretanln VIolt
Ins brothers cordjilly Invited to at
tend. r. m jiccirtnw, c. o.
e. a. jaCoiisi:n k. n. s
HONOLULU ABUSE 140, E. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKB
KESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In IC. of P. Hall, cornn
Beretanla and Fort rtreeta.
Visiting Ksgles are Invited to at
tend. W. At. McCOY, W . Frest.
H. T. MOOPE. Secy."
HAWAnAK TBIBE, Ho. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first nnd third Ttiurn
ilajs'of oaili month tit Knights of
I'jthlaa II ill Visiting biothors cor
dially lnvlti.il tn attend. ,
1. A Pl'UUY. Stclicm.
i: V. TODl). I of It.
Can be made to last
longer nnd keep more
correct time if prop
erly attended to at
icgiilnr intervals by a
man who thoroughly
Come nnd sec us
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 Hotel St.
At All Watchdealcrs.
' Agent fcr Hawaiian Islands,
"Cor. 10BJC nnd KING Sts. Honolulu
5 C E N T ('. I G A, B
n M. A. Giuist & Co.
TOUT AND KINO STREETS
fSmT BOOKS BOOKS
MP. WALL. HICHOL' COMPANY. LTD ,
Tta Jfc V, b ill" AU.WWtU.lb J,-3.
C..Q. YEE HOP & CO. '
SHIPPERS nnd FAMILY
rfV W BULLETIN ADO fAY -5Q
Wc nrt' in line with the
best assortment of ;j
lit tht mirket. All makes.
Perfumed nnd Plain.
Jurt asl: for the kind you
Lchuhnrdt's Cnmlta always
Kms nnd Fort Sts.
MRS. ROSENBEIIG. YOUNG HOTEL
Miss Kate Woodard
' 1141 Fort Street.
Stamping;, Embroidery and No
tions. Shirlunmts, Gloves and Un
derwear. Orders taken tor all kinds
of.fanry work. Telephone 397.
Men's Laundry Work
The French Laundry.
J. Abnde, Prop., 233 Bcretnnia St.
HENEY MAY & CO., LTD.
Phone 22 .
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' -MILLINERY
Bo:ton Building, Fort St.
The latest mnular sheet
music of the day; standard
nnd classic music. Wc have
n complete stock nt lowest
pi lets. j
Musical Instruments-of all '
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldp.
Made up in all styles.
Fort and Bcrctania Sts.
Wil! do it
CHOICE OUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE TLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Eld.
A B, ARLEIGH CO.. LTD.
HotcJ St., Opp. Union.
LOCAL ANl) GENERAL
The II u 1 1 e 1 1 n makes Its own
scratch inds, makes them good nnd
big ivnd sells them for flvo cents;
Ten good auto hacks. Phone S. i
Tnko vnur carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co, foi
Tlin Ilrowcr & Co. dividend imld to
diy is thii'o ior ctnt, or G0,0O. Tho
lieiial (IImIiihI la two per cont,
Aire. W. a. Chllllngworth, formerly
MIsh Holirrtson.'lH In town, having ar-
lived this morning on iho ClamKne,
Mokcs Knnhlmahii, principal of tho
Kaliulnl Ontehlhinit HcIkmiI, 'afrlvcd
thin morning from Maul on thu Child
Inc. The Industrial Editiou of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at Bul
let 1 n oluce ,
Coat yfmr Iron roofa with "Arable."'
You VIII bo Mirnrlsrd at Its cooling
nnd prescnntlve properties California
Peed Co, ngnts.
Try Homo of tho Vienna Ilakory'H
Uonton ibrowii bread and lloston baked
bcaiiB. Will bo delivered to residences
iion tilcphonu order. Call up 197.
Mrs. W. O. Ashley linderwent 'rin
operation this morning nl MUs John
ton's itjuntorliitn. Tho operation uas
HiiccvHsful nnd Iho patknt U resting
Try the Island Transfer, phono 08S,
0. W. MrDougall proprietor, for u
:imre deal In nood-and coal, and gen
eral li.insportntion and dotage OfTIco
cor. Vlncard 8t. and Colle.u- Wiilk.
Chief Clirk Mathuson of Iho Kxocil
tho t)epartniPiil.tLok thd illstlngnlsheJ
ltiisalan, A. V. lVrelstrtms, on n tintr
of Inspection tudiy hut the Island.
Their ihlef. point of Inti rfsU la Rv.a
AIlss. Kate Woodard at 1H1 Fort
strict, next to lliu conwut, has Just
opened n shipment of'glotes, Princess
Rowiia nnd fancy shirt waists, direct
from Now York. Many ery pretty
deslgnu nm Into styles.
Hmcrnor Frear spent the day direct
ing tho moving of tilu household to his
summer homo at Tantalus. A number
of callers waited In nln for him ut
tho olllco, nnd learned that It was
moUng da" ttllh him.
Tho llnufnrd Uall) Journal of Han
ford, Cal , liaH a sitbscrlptluu contest
on at the' present time, thu principal
prize being a trip to Hawaii. Tho Is
kmdu'aio getting sonio good ndvcrtls
lng by thn energy of llm t'"irnal.
According to a wlrolcn iccbtred
Tuesday, Mlsa AIIo P. lUIrd, found
er iind manager of thu di)ftin Kona
Orphunngt'7 Is serlousl) 111. Xo par
ticulars lmvo been received except
that Miss Itnlrd has succuubed'to a
A dlvnrco was granted toda by
Judgo Itobluson to Tatstilchl Ota fioin
MulIiIo 01 1 on tho grounds ' ( ill
sertlon. Tho coti'o were marricil In
Hiroshima km, .lupin, and cam) In
tho IsUnds soven years ago. Tho o
nuii b-ft her husband six oars ao.
and although living In Honolulu nev
er offered lo return 'to him.
i;. W, Davison, ngont for Thdmai
Cook Aioii.'ot IJombiy, han acknowl
edged lecelpt of a package of advcHln-
Ing mutter nnd states that ho finds
tho llsh book of siich general interest
that ho h is arranged tn 'display the
r.amo In the Uomhar Natural HlAtnrv
Musfiini, vhlrli Is being continually'
wrliun ny a largo number or people.
C. It, Illacow, president and nran
nger of the Hawaiian Tobacco '1'lun
fitlou Company, 'llle'd :lnst Monday
In Koni, Hawaii.. Tho nnnouncc
meiit of his 'death, which camo by
wlrclcfs, wns a great surprise to bis
many friends In 'this city, . Harry
Armltagoileft yesterday for Maul to
attend (he funeral, Mr, Armltage
wns a closo friend of tho family,
Work oit tho new vault fcir tho Ter
litorlal Land Office-, In (ho basement
of tho Palace, will begin horty.flie
contraep has been awarded to 'Fred
Harrison at Sl.lPO. as the lowest b d
der. Tho vault wlll'bo constructed ,ol
stool, cement stouu and Iron, and will
bo Installed In tho new olllces to ,bo
occupied by tho land departmnt under
iho direction of Superintendent Mars
ton CamploH of the Public Works Do-
ti. Mnckcntlo of Patten, Miickciulo
& Co , Yokohama, writes under data of
Junu 30, to Iho Promotion Committee;
"Your enlarged photographs with two
exceptions aro well placed. I relor
to tho two for Kjoto and Mlyanoshlta,
whleh aio jet'to bo packed ant for'
wauled. It was ouly esterday;o re
ceived deflnlto word that they woujd
glvo thorn a good posltldn! Wq shall
lose no time, however, In gottlng theso
It. C, Drown, Chief Inspector of
Immigration, will leave for Maul on
tho JInuna Koa next Tuesday, Ho
will bo accompanied by his stun,
)lilch consists of an Interpreter 'and
stenographer. While on Maul,
Ti lii V i. . . .!.., ','
llrown will tnko up the reglstrhtlon1
of Chtneso who may want to take
out tho registration papers. He
will return before the end of this
month and will rcsumo the Issuance
or uuincso legistrntlon papers,
ANTiUAUi: In this city, July 15, 130D,
to Mr. iml Mu. Viu. dinger 'All
dridc, a ion. .
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office. '
i i ' . ' '
"KOREA" and "MARAMA"
' i PASSENGERS
i w .i
are advised to place their baggage
order with the City Transfer Co. (Jat.
H. Love), who give their persona'l at
tention to all baggage orders.
Phone us now and let us
J t i
TOKIO. July 14. It la reported
Ambassador Takahlra will not return
ceeded by Ucbldn, now Ambassador to Aitstriu. Uchldi, sas rumor, will
be succeeded by former Minister of HditcutMn Maklno, ,
STEEL HEN .0N,STR!KE.
lMTTSIIUHO, July 14. Flvo thousand workmen have gono on slilko'
at the pressed steepcar plant. Wot lng Is In progress nnd n flerru flght
wns waged 'today, revolvers and brickbats being frcoly used, A score
Of persona were Injured, scvcial of
THREE S0L;)JlERS KILLED.
I-X)ltT miSHKI,, July 14. An oxploslon of jxiwder In thn barracks
here today fatally Injured threoinen
men 'wero 'preparing blank nmunltlon.
' m l I Ml
BUELOW'S FABEWEtL TO EMPEROR'.
IIKIILINa July 14. Chancellor Uuclnw retired today nnd was suc
ceeded by llethmnn'llollweg. It'waS
htlnlstcr took'lcuve of the UmpCrbr
m m i'w i
WHEAT JUMPS TO 127.
CIIICAOO, July 14. Wheat ndvanvul seven no lilts on the- boird of
trade today, iloMng at 127. The sesaldn vns''a al'irni) one.
m i o '
CUSTOMS COURT BILL PASSED. "
WASHINGTON, July 14. lloth Houses of'C'uugioan have piised the
bill creating tho court of customs
" ' HinB up Telephone 588.-Wood and Coal Stove
TSiT A -m. F0el- Quality and Quantity the aim.
Pravinir. T nrein' and' "
i . r . --- ..
Uenerai Transportation. hxcavatinc
ucnenu yontractinit. u. w.
SHOPPING NtVVS .
, .-.. ,An ' -
A Good American piano for .ijo
choap-ntie condition, t See Want ads.
Photograph low nlbums of nil Kliuls
at Ourrey's, ro'itvstrcet below King.
Call on(lurr5y for'nnything In the pho
Tho Leonard Cleanabio llefilgerator
Is lo constructed that It Istho e.inkKt
In tho;wotld,tq,,clcan. Sco tho '"Leo
nard" ami yoii'l) have no oilier. H.
Hackrcld, & CoJ agents.,'''
Tho Honolulu Wire Ucd Co. has Just
received ox ,' Hllpnlniu a fine Hue of
medium and extra K(Ki bureaus, cdilf-'
ronlers and tables. Tho nnest bedding
in thu city. Call and get prices. You'll
bo (surprised how low.
Tho danger of Art 'front1 Improper
nnd careless electric wiring hbo great
that thu work should be lntrusted'dnly
I to people of knoVn responsibility. Thu
union r.iccino e-o, iiurnsou iiuick,
aro tho ktmi 'lliai do 'good work, '
Advertising needs tho kuiiio careful
and Dltelllgcnt attention that work of
any other kind requires. The Chas. 11.
Frailer Co. makes advertising their
solo business nnd ou will find It pint
Itablo to place yours in their hands.
Wlitlicr you with to' bo 'entertained
Nvth ragtlmo melodies or by operatic
selections by the wbrld's greatest art!
Ists you can do elttier If )ou have, a
Victor Talking Machine." ''uetatroni
Music Co ilra agehts'for tho Victor and
hnvo a' full Ifno. ' , ' '
"The nuinmobllo tops that V.' Sv.
WrlgTit 'Co , 'Ltd , build, are fr moro
satisfactory than (the tops tlipt nra
bought with thd cars. YOu can select
j our' material and"havo 'tho Uojji as
jftu want It nnd'U'wIII enst'less' than,
the maker's' top.." '
"intending' passengers for tho Main
hia' amVthoKoroa should Icavo their
orders' fiir Ijhullng 'and checking tho
baggago' wlth tho tjAloh-Paclfic Trunv
tp' Co tho largest and most, j-olldblo
baggago Co. In tho city. Ph6no OS. All
work guaranteed. ' '
Again j on hao the opportuntly of
tho tumtltlng special bargains .at Sachs
Saturday moriilng. THoJe" sp'ec
,.,. ,. ? V1)rvh' , ,llnrr ' ,,
bring out prowds of shoppeisH'very
Saturday' morning ,Itcmembcr, tho
stoiocloscs at'l o'clock.
' 'Honolulu people ereVrapldly acquir
ing the wireless habit and soon them
will he no moro waiting for the Island
j-i... i.ij j i p. i .
ot your order on our list.
jh ... 4
from well-informed circles that
to Washington, but will bo suc
. Four more wero badly hurt,
a tlmcliltifuscveno ns 'tho retiring
. ... . -
and JtitUne ?
ucuuuualii., rrop, "
steamers with 1helr three days old
mall, ifsy tho wlieiesj as ilu use the
telephone nnd kucp In tiuicli with jour
btiilness associates mid friends.
NO GHOST ,BLKS;
A gcnCinl howl went Up in the
City and Coilnty ofllceB todnyr Tho
ghost failed to walk, nnd thero were
ninny grituts of Inlpnllencu nnd dis
approval by employes who swarmed
Into Audlctor IllckncU'a olflco nnd
Mormcd him for tho long green.
Ho smiled u weary smile, for ho
hhd grown tired telling Hint thu np
piopilutlon bill wijuld not beroniu n
law until July 20, thn expiration of
thn requlsltn ten dilfs nftor It was
slgnid by Alayor Fern.
As' a matter of' fact, it Is a mtre
matter of lucMlmt tho bill will bo
ccdnu. a Jaw 'as toon ns tho 20t,h, for
the City Dids were slow about plac
ing It In the hands of His Honor,
nnd It looked for u time ns if ho' was
going lo tnko n swlpo at many of tho
Items contained therein. As It was,
he only held it two" das deelded
"what's iler use," and signed tho
thing, Therefoio City nnd County
employes iau welt hnld on for a few
das longer. Their credit is good
nt tho coiner grocery nnd tho city
fhall will be built Just the same.
LOTS WILL BE -SOLD
FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES
On September I at Maul courthouse,
thlrtj-slx lots nt Ollnda belong
ing lo (ho Territorial neurit
mini will bo dhpoReil of ut
publlo sale. 'Iho proceeds will be
use I for the purpose of purchasing
school sites In Kula, on which thu
lloard of Publln Works Is now pi lng
rent, and to constrnct now liulldlin;n
Chief Justlco Uartwolt, 'of. the' Su
premo Cotitt today nnnounced thu nn
polntmont of tluy S. (loodness ns
Seiond Dlstilct Mnglstrntu ut 'Mnka-
W. W. AHAMA CO.
02 S. King St.
h S p.pini
IN FOREIQN PORTS
Thursday, July 15,
M1D.VAY 1SLAN1 Sailed July 13:
Schr. Plauunco Ward, for Honolulu.
HAN I UANCI3CO Arrived July 14:
U. S. A. T, Sheridan, hence Jtil 6.
KAHULUI-Snlle-d July 14:
S. H. Mlssoiirlan, for Illlo.
TDK OIJAIIOINH . returned Uil
morning from Hawaii and Maul potts,
lirltiglng thu following cargo: 4250
Itagil sugnr, 9. hags isitiilncs, CS ling
corn, 10 empty bottles, 40 kcgapleo.
13 bitudles bottles, 2r, bend cal tic, 2'
ralves, CI hogs, 1C1 paekuges hldos.
IS2 pickagOB sundries.
Till: OIL UAItltli:il Ileum, Captain
Luwsoil, which completed discharging
her enrgo of oil at thn railroad whaif,
will leave this afternoon for tho Coast,
Her place will bo occupied b) tho bark
Fullerton, which arrived psturda
1 Hi: UNITCn STATES Army trans
port Thomas, which c-utiu In on Tues
day will sail this afternoon for thu
Orletlt. The llnwiil m band, according
to onb of the hoys, will piny In honor
in thu olllcers, hefnio Iler departuro.
THK rfTIJAMHIl Noean of Iho Inlci,
Island fleet, will rail this nflf rnnou
tor Kauai. Shu will laku lirill luul
: : r-s-
iiiursiny, jiny ir,
Temperilutes 0 u. m , 72; S a. in,
7C 10 n. m , 78; noon, 7ft; morntni;
It.noluetei, 8 n, in, .10 07; nhsnluti
Jiumldlty, 8 n. in., CfiCS "graliu pc
cnblo foot; relative bhmldly, 8 n. m,
CS per cent; dew point ,S u, in , CD.
Wind il n. in, vrloclt) 7, tllrcetlnu
N, i:.; 8 u. in , velocity 12, direction
N. i:.; 10 n. ni, veloclt) 10, dlret.tlou
N. II.; noon veloclt) 10, direction N I.
ltnlnfill during 21 liourn ended 8 a
m , ,0r Inch.
Total wind movement dining -",
hours ended nt noon, 201 miles.
Section DJri'ttor, Weather Unrein
WAI. 11. STOCKMAN,
Percy .Mouu, loc.il ngont of the
American llnwallaii stuiinshlp line, u
teiils'the I'encral Imprecsluii uliroad In
Honolulu 'nnd Btnte'1 by piouliKiit olfi
clnls. that thero Is niu largu iiiimbe.
of foreign stutkiio'ders among the
owners of tho Amorlcan-Ilawnllan lino.
Tho tdoi prevails In llic clt Hint
while. ,tlio ofllccrs of thu coiponilloa
nro Americans nnd casternors. n ver
largo prouorllrtn of the slock is owned
by Ililtlsh citizens. Mi, Aloisu i r
that is nil wrong. There Is one Hilt
Isli stockholder 'of consldcrahlo' prom
Incnco but there Is no more thorough
ly American lino In uxdcteiico. '
Mr. Mnrco calls altenilon to the fact
that tho American Hawaiian Hue hai
mm u Amoi lean horns in Its employ
than mi) Jjthe'r lino that tomes Into;
jhls iwt. ThoMioiids aro not hehl bj,
nfltlshcrs, theroj being only nbotl n
million ami a half left nnd those, arc.
hold by Americans.
It Is an Amcilcnn lino-In every re
spect, enjn Aim so and furnishes cm
plojment for moro Amcrlcm citizens'
than any other lino afloat
' IS DEAL MADE?
(Continned 'from Pbm l)
leasu of the present premise on the
' Thero Iiob been pros)t.ltlons inidel
tii lliuwer & Co. to leave tlieli pres
ent building uud go to tho Honolulu
Hulo lot. The Territorial Oovcrn-i
ment wants tho land on wlileb 'the
Jrspnt Ilrewcr building Ih located
in order to carry out certain plnns
for tho Increase of Jwharfugb Hpiico
and the development of tho haibor.
Negotiations have been ca'rrled On nt
viirlnus times to bring this about.
Ilrnwor & Co. weru able to ngreo on
the value of tho unexpired leuso.
That was all right. Hut when It
came to tho valuation of tho land on
Merchant street, namely tho Hono
lulu Hulo site, Ilrewer & Co. felt
that the valuation h) Terrltoilul au
thorities was too high.
This is where Mr. Cnitei Intimat
ed the situation )ists today.
When nsked whct!ci It wns not
truo that Hi ewer &. Co had mado ar
rangements fci a new nnd peima
nent home. Air. Cnilei Muted It was
the 111 st ho had heard ol It. And
thero you are.
Still tboro nro pinplo down town
who bollevu that tho dlsposil of (ho
Honolulu Halo situ has been deter
liiliiod by Iho (loveinornnd II Is
only n matter of n few das when
thd e.cliaiLKo deal will ho niadu pub
Futhor Stark, the eloquent Bpeaker
and writer, writes to Secrelaiy Wood
(hot his lecture on Hawaii In being
well receded on the ii'ilnhuid whor
evei clven. '
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12 IH 1 ft
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I "J JO 0 IS 5 fvt 9 Vi r, 71 0 11
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i'.-'ii i i c ii er2 r.-j; e u
.1 o."2 1 1 lu 7 11 10 II 6 t9 C II
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aii2j am s utt u bi(, it
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i juil 137 s wit iv f. at' r, n
I , n' 1 .m n ml '
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6 -J fill Mil
New Aloon Juyy 17th, nt 12:1.1 n. in.
iiaHaiiuu sUudard lluie is lu bums
JO minutes slower than Qreenwlcb
time, being that of tho meridian ot 16?
Jegrees 30 minutes Tlo time whistle
Llcws at 1:30 p. tn , which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 bourn 0 minutes. Sun
und tuoou are for local time lor toe
i- 1 a
' Wjcdiiesdny, Jul IL
StmrJMokOIII, from Vcarl llailior.
tnwlnb; the Alclancthon, p. in.
TliHrioda), July r,.
Stnu. Clnudlne, llinnetl, from Ha
waii uud wn pints, lifiJ u. in.
Weluesd.iy, July II.
iltiui. Kauai, lor Kau.il purls, 5:10
' U. S. A T. 1 hunt-Hi, for ALliilh, C
p. in, '
S 8. Itonn, l.iwsnn, for Pint liar
fnril, p, m.
P, At. S. 8. AMi, (l.inkroger, fiom
t'tmi. Almnn Kei," I'rremni, from
Illlo npd'na) lrls, n. in -
Per Btmr. Clnudlne, Ilenuctt, rnim
Hawaii and way porta, Jul IC T.
Audeisou, .1. M. Hoivsttt, J, N. 8. Wil
liams ,Mhm Ids Snillli, Miss C. Kaluo
'(ano, ,MIh3M. Ciiininliigs, It. K. Cbll
llugwoith, AIlss J, IJndsay, II. P Hob-
lnson, H. Holt, AIlss K. Jones, Alias V.
Illl'linrd, AIlss A, vou Teuipak), AIlsi
Ilolden, AIlss Colburii. AlrB. W, 8. Chll
HiihWorth, .1. Klrklaud nnd vlfe, C.ipt.
I- II. Parker. A. Al. Ilnmn, H. iJnvJd,
I Mnttsoii Al, Kanlilni dm, J.u!. Ahloy,
II Yo.li, Mr, Tagiwa.C. K. Ilcdo
:- . ...
Per stmr. W. O. Hall. Thoiiinon. foi
Kami, July 15, 5 p. in W. Castebpor
mil wire, AIlss Kslhcr Cuinm'lngs, Airs.
I. II Cumniltigs, W. II. Itlce.
MORTARS ARE ALL TESTED.
(Continued from Pare 1)
said to have )Ccn eauned by tho
vacuum that. -was Vronlcd by the ex
ploslnnfit tho mortnts, nnd tho fact
that the battery Is not yet complete,
and consequently thero Js a lot or
looso earth about tho plaee.
At this morning's teat full war
dun gea wore uscil und most Bitlsfnc
loiy results obtulncil. The dlbchuigo
of tho, bg guns wns heard down
town, but do diumgo of nny kind
wns done. llesldenlH In the Immedi
ate vlelnlty felt n slight concussion,
but beyond rattling looo windows u
little, no 111 effect wns noticed,
Hesldenla of Knlniukl who hnvo
become urpustomcil to henilng blaiitH
at nil hours dining tho day wero not
iwniu that the guns bad been llred
evtcrdii; they Imagined thut blust
lng opeinllons wero still being tir
Zeiui K. Myers, who icsldes within
u short distance of tho battel, re
pot ts tluif lhc shock was very sllrlit
and luit tho sound was utmost thu
snmu ns from u blast. ,
in nctiuil war It might ho found
necessary to file tho wholo eight
morlnra at once, but thu onieurs lu
tliargn do not think It very prob.iblu
that tiiot'o, thin four will cvei b
fired ut (line.
Captain PI itt, who Is making tho
lists, will iciiuiln lu Honolulu for n
ruw tluvs, as ho Intend:) leu lng on
tho Koicii, which Bills iiiiU Alonday
for thu Coast,
Lake Placid Hotel Burns. I.a'ko
Platld. N. Y.. July ''Tin. iim..i niu
so-fiimnnl onu or (ho largert hotels In
thli icmrt. v.,is burned last .iilglil.
S6nm of thn CO guests hud narrow e-sl
capes fioin deatli, und wero rescued
with great illllleult. Albeit ('liiisiii.
illo ut lllon, N. Y, ono ot the hotel em
plojqs, who ilopt beiioith tho towoi
vunt bid, ui bib waiiii and was fat
nlly burned. 'Iho lo-s Is i Minuted uL
FTTt'For r-ent" care on tia at
he RilllMln nin-.
an nai,luu, p,.IPiIIBIIWi
Sea Wrqns, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc
,tt, .Motor '175 Complete. .
HE ?ABLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
-AND MACHINE. WORKS
Kiwi St, ovyii South It, ,
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