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fVa., ,. EVENING DTJLLET1N, HONOLULU. T. H , SATUItPAY, JULY.17,' 1909?V """ft . y "V ' - ' . '"' J" ti f j
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Honolulu Chapter Past Matter ,
and Moit Excellent Matter.
" 'All visiting members ot the
Order are cordlullr Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. S.
rjilctts every Monday
ftiSO In'l. 0. O ' Hall.
13. It. HENDflY, Secretary.
l ii. WICKti. N. O.
Air visiting brothtrs very cordially
OAHU LODOB, No. 1, E. ol S,
. Vntts evtrr lint and third Krl-
aay evening at 7:2" In K. ol l. 1U1I,
coruor fort and lloretanle, Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
1 It. NUtlUNT, 0. C.
11. UOSt.lNd. K. 11. 8.
i 'HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodgo Mo. CIO, H. P. O.
Elks, meetB In the'.r hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every l'rlday even
ing. Visiting Ilrothers are cordially
InvlteJ to attend.
K. A. DOUTHITT, E. It.
II. C. IJASTON, Seo'y.
Win. JI'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofl?.
Meats cvory 2nd and 4th Saturday
renins at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot l.
Hall, cor. Tort and Deretanla.. Visit
ing brnthors cordially Invited to at
r. m. Mcannw, c. c.
E. A. JACODSEN, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. X.
&IetK on the 2nd and 4th WKD
KESDAY evenings ot eac,h month at
7:80 o'clock In K. of P." Hall, corner
0rctaula and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W M. McCOY, W l'rest.
H T. MOURE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY. Sicnem.
K. V. TODD, C. ot R,
Can be made to last
longer and keep more
correct time if prop
erly attended to at
regular interval by a
man who thoroughly
Come and see ni
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 Hotel St.
At All Watcbdealen.
.. Agent (or Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. PORT and XING fits.. Honolulu.
M. AfGimst & Co.
I' FORT AND KINO STREETS.
IMAlib. mvnvhl UUMTANX, i.i.11.,
Fort and Merchant bts.
C. Q. YEE HOP cVCO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
i K7"'DULLETIN ADS PAY
We are in line with the
best assortment of
.In the market. All makes.
renamed and Plain.
j Just ask' for the kind you
Lchnh'arat's Candies always I
' C0 r Ltd.
King nnd Fort Sts.
, Phone 131.
r"wrTTf'i tw wjrs-r m
U H frt
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street. v
Stamping, Embroidery, and No
tions. Shirtwaists, Glovci and Un
derwear. Orders taken for all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 887.
Men's Laundry Work
The French Laundry.
J. Abade, Prop., 2$8 Beretani St.
. HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Phone 22 .
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Building, Fort 81
The latest ftonnlar sheet
music of the day; standard
and classic music. We have
a complete stock at lowest
prices. ' t. , , t
Musical Instruments of all
kinds. , , ,
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Made up in 'all stylet.
Will do it
Blom's Clearance Sale
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE IXORIST, HOTEL YOUNO Bid.
Telephone 339. """
Everything from a lead pencil to
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD. j
Hotel St,, Opp. Union. '
LOCAL AND IENE8AL
The Bulletin makes Its own
pcratch pads, makes them good and
big; and sells them for Ave cents.
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone (.
George Mundon of Olaa, Hawaii,
came down trxlay oil the Manna Kea.
R. II. Crawford of Kahului Is In town
and Is registered at the Hawaiian Ho
tel. C. II. Lofran, of Manila, and W. K.
Knight of New York are at tho Younx
HoteC, "" y t ,
Attorney Kmiik'B. Thompson wa3
amo'nR tho arrivals this 'morning on the
Mauny, Kcau ' ' '. ',
, Tate your 'carrlasti "nr 'automobile
to' Hawaiian Carriage Monfg. Co, foi
Harry Armltago, who went to tho
Other Isfands qn bhslncss, returni'd t6
day on the Manna Kfca.
tJrewer Co. today presented nn
application to the, Ijitnl Department
for n lease of Onomea lands.
W. H. Hecn, attorney, at law, ramo
down fom Hamaktm, Hawaii, tortny.
He arrived on the Mauha'koa, '
The oil Bteamer noma, Captain
l.nwson, departed this morning nt
7 3d' o'clock fo" the, mainland
Mr. and Mrs. Olbb of'Olowalu camu
In' on the Manna Kea this moruliiK and
are registered nt the Young hotel.
John lU Bergstroni, piano tuner and
repairer. Formerly with Bergstroni
Music Co. P. C-. Box 40. Phone (81. '
Tickets for ,tbe Sulllvan-Cordcll
boxing mat,ch can be obtained at
Wall Nichols and Arlelgh's storai
D. W. Drlscoll of Pala. Maul, Is reg
istered at tho Young Hotel, having
come in on the Maun'a Kea this mbrh
Ing., t f t t
There will be a clearance sale of em
broideries at Blom's next week. Un
precedented bargains and dependable
goods. . ,
Tho Mlie'ee lllrids and Cottrell re
turned from a trip to Hawaii this morn
ing, and are again domiciled at the
Young hotel, f
, Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Cq, agents.
Sam Pua, County Sheriff of Han all,
Is In town having arrived this morning
on tho Mauna Kea., He will leave for
his homo .next Tuesday.,
Thoro will be a golf tournament at
Moanalna tomorrow morning. I'lay
will start at..l0i30 and will be for the
Honolulu Uoif Cluti .medal.
Miss Kate Woodard. on Fort street,
next to the convent, has a fine line of
wash embroidery b(1s,4 B. M, C." en
brbjdcry, cotton and wood.. now line
ot'stampfng'patterns Just received.
The clever vaudeville show at the
Asaht theater Is drawing large crowds.
Tho cyclists and acrobats are ory
clever, Tourists will "enjoy (tno nov
elty of a vaudeville eqterjfalnment In
an Orlenta) theater. Oply two mora
nightsv f , v
J. A. Kennedy, president of tho In
ter Island Steam Navigation Company,
returned. ths('rop,rnjng. from Hawaii
He.'was'ln consultation th'ls mornlne
wjth Senator W, OSjiiUh and, Senator
j. a. uowpeii. v , ,
Judge Itoblnsbn yesterday Issued an
ordervforK. Ono, a co-defendant with
Mnklno, In (he Suit brought agnlnst
tllom by the Oalm Sugox Company, to
appear and plead br answer to the com
plaint within Ave. days after the order
waB signed. ,
, Among those registered at tho Young
Hotel at present Is W..O. Bcott o
PalaMau!. Mr.. Scott has not been th
town for some time and was busy look
ing up old friends thU'inornlng. Mrs.
Scott accompanies her husband on this
visit to Honolulu.. ,
While John Wilson, 'the Road Su
pervisor, and hit men are crowded
In the 'small room' assigned to them,
yet 'the work has gone on systemat
ically and smoothly , for which
credit Is due to Chief Clark Robert
W. Cathcart and Mr. Anderson.
The committee of .the Hawaii
Yacht Cjub met last night, and nftor
a long "discussion dratted a set ot
rules which wllj be presented at
the meeting of the committee'
which 'will take place' next Tuesday'
evening at the 'offices ot Xfagoon -'
Sam Kalllll'kano and Waahla Kealolia
Wero arraigned beforo United Statos
Commissioner Davis this morning, j
n n mm, I ..,1. 1. a, l.ln .In.. .. .1... 1..,.....
Act, They, were arrested on bench'
warrants this morning and the Com
missioner iiaB reserved decision until
Monday morning, ' .
John O. Anderson, sfltlstlclan or
the Road Supervisor nnd Oarbage
Department, announces that he wll
have the labor payroll completed
and ready so that the men employed
by the departments .can be paM on'
juiy zi, me any arter the uppro'
prlatlon bill becomes a law.
Italians Arrested. Seattle Wash,"
July 5. Twelve Italians, alleged momJ
bers of a local "Black Hand" society;
were arrested by .the police this after
noon In a raid following complaint
made by Mllllo Carlone, who came to
Seattlo from Alaska three days ago.
Carlono says that the gang thrpatcned
his life tht morning, demanding that
he pay them 1 1,000,.
Warburton Pike and W. r. Burton
liavo found rare birds, including the
little auk. on Triangle Island, ac
cording (o reports reaching Victoria,
ADD KOREA PASSENGERS are advised to nlace their lum nrder
with the 0OTTBANSFER.C0. Ja. H. Love), .who give their personal
kftentJta to all baggage order.. Phone 152. ' l "
1' i i 'i 4 v r
TAFT FIRM fOR pVISION
WASHINOTON, July 1C. Hapld progress was tnado 'today by tho
conferees on tho tariff bill, ant) twenty-four houiB moro would have
settled tho question at Issue except for the President's demand for radi
cal reductions,' lf not n.ctual abolition, of the rates on Iron, cbhl, hides
and oil, The "President, 'in n statement mndo' yesterday, raid tlie lle
publlcan iiarty, was committed to downward revision. This Is In
terpreted ns meaning that he will vetb the 1)111 nhcss satisfied with 'its
provisions. ' '
TAKAHIRA HAY RETURN. V
TOklO, July 16,--Tho qucstloa of a suvecssor to Ambassador Ta
kahlra will ( not be considered until ho arrives here. Mr. Tuknhlra
may return to Washington If ho bo desires.
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PANIC FOLLOWS EARTHQUAKE. 4
LISBON, July 10 A severe earthquake has occurred nt llena
vente. fhe people are panlc-strlckcn, but the damage Is slight.
. , Ring up
XSjA IIT-n. '
Braying, Express and
QeneraJ Contracting. 0,W.
Illng ui Ivy for thb choicest things
in groceries. Phone 7C.
A liver-colored Pointer dng has been
lost. A suitable reward if returned to
City Meat Co,
( An examination for sub Inspectors of
areugmg win do nejd August .', iua.
See ad In another column. ,
You can. ot'a set of tho complete
book's of Hdwariy Jverett . Hale nt
Brown & Lyon Co. I Alexander Yrfung
Tho leading makes of automobiles
aro sold by tho Schuman Carriage Co ,
who also carry a full line'of tho high
est grade of nutomobilo accessories r
- A vacation without a' Kodak is a 'va
cation wasted. Kodaks of all slies
from S up at Honolulu Photo-Supply
Co 'Best printing and developing In
tho city. ni '
Da jou want boll, "coral, Walanao
sand, black sand, etc? Apply to Hono
lulu Construction & DmliiR Co , phone
281. Office, Kort street, opposite W. (1.
I Irwin &'Co
Office supplies of all kUuls, such as
account books, Ink, pencils, pens, eras
ers, rulers typewriter ribbons, etc , cap
riod byA B. Arltlgh' & Co J on Hotel
Btroetj upposlte "Union.
Sllva's Toggery has tho'flnest Urio of
Panama'h'ata lo lie found )n (ho city.
Negllgeo Btjles from South Ani'e'rlca
add trim btyles!ln.llioJIa(e8t New York
blocks, 7.&0 up to $20.
' Artlsflo Bhoo's' ahd'Bllpp'ers for ldlcs'
Wear'aro advertlsi"d this Week by Mc
Inerny's Shoo Storo. Tho stock Is
specially fino at the present time and
it's a good time to niae a selection.
Stocks aro large and full at Sachs'
Dry Ooodr Co Many now tllnes of
goods Just arrived and" are now on dis
play. You will do well to put Sachs
at the head of your shopping list for
Beginning on Monday morning Jor
dana wHI offer special Inducements for
fadles lo stock up In muslin underwear.
The'Jlno comprises all garments and
(he 'prices are decidedly much below
ordinary value. See their window dli
ploy. Tho Kash Co. have tho poplilar one-
plcce bathing suits with skirts at
tached for men. All tho latest colors
woll ns the standby blues, blacks
Binpes. aiso now line, ot sleeve?
less 'coat 'sweaters for 'gdiflstff and
There Is no use of anyono working
over dirty floors when Pau Ka Hana
Is willing to tako'tho responsibility for
cleanliness off jour shoulders. If your
grocer cannot supply you try Fred I
Waldron, Spreokols building", Fort'near
Queen street. Phone 12,
Every pair of Ilegal Bhoes Bold makes
us now friends. That's why wo aro
doing tho biggest shoo business In tiio
city today Itegal Bhoes aro sold 'in
Honolulu ut tho tnmo prices they uio
sold foi In few ork and tho Honolulu
customer gots tho bepeflt.
Tho latest papers from tho mainland
tell how.tho Senators are going to tho
' l' '-AID- '
Telephone 088. Wood and Coal Store
Fae1 naly & Quantity the aim.
and YilUiir 4
Capitol In whlto linen and flannel
clothes. How much more sensible
than wearing woolen clothes these hoi
da j s. Tho men of Honolulu should
realize tills nnd let W. Aliani Co.
make them up white rtothes.
SET FOR MONDAY
Lightfoot Insists-Oh Two
Days Rest' Before -t
On Monday next tho Japanese cprv
splracy trial. Is scheduled to begin In
Judge Do poll's Court. The case was
cn)led two weeks ago, tho Jury Impan
eled after n wcok's hard work, nnd the
trial continued until tho 13lh in order
to finish tho riot cose before Judgu
Mnklno. tho strike leader, fioua nnd
Npgoro, tho editors of tho Mppu JIJI,
and throe others arc (ho defendants In
this case, up iliu result of tho Indict;
mtnt brought against them, tho basis
of which wero the charges of tho Oahu
Sugar Company. -Ipterferonco with the
oiwrutloii of Wnlpahu phi'ijlatlon, In
timidation and threats made 'to men
w oi king or trying to work there, nnd
unlawful methods aro among the Mo
gadons. Dolai' In tho conspiracy trial
Is duo.to tlio efforts of Attorney Light
foot, who Insisted that no blher lawjer
could bo secured to defend tho Japan
ese, nnd 'that they had paid 'him the
feu, expecting him to carry out' his
contract. As thn riot trial Is.now con
cluded ho will havo no excuso to offer
UNCLE KIM LUCKY
Undo Kim Kce, who resides In
the land of the Yang-tso-Klanr and
the Hwang HoN is now n millionaire
China stundaids but ho proba
bly does not. know It yet.
Homo time this month, Lum Kee,
local resident, uliu ed off tho moi
tal coll und departed for regions un
knouAi and left St no In thn hunk
I Uncle Kim Is (lio only one who can
1 Tt1!1Ia n nn-.ni llb .,n Iml. n-l..
tiru nun fiiuuivu puperH oi uiimmis
tratlon by Judgo Koblnson after u
short fight of u rlvnl who charged
him us untrustworthy, probably
CI 3trika &inellnnirf.lVAtiia Tulv
6 Atn, meeting of ffio executive com-
.....icu ui uiu nesicrn lenerauon or
miners held here today action was
taken Bnnctlonfng a stilko of COO
miners In tho Deserter initio at Ey,
Nov. Wage demand Is tho basis of
Olrl Killed By Fall. San Diego,
July 5. MIsh Clara L. P.oynoldu wni
Instantly killed by being fhrow,n from
a horso today. Her skull was fruo
tnred, Mies Reynolds wan 4fi jearB
bid. She camo hero from Atuora.'lll.,
12 yearB ago
LINENS and "DUCKS, PONGEES
W. W. AHANA CO.
62 S, King. No Branches.
IN FOREIQN. PORTS
Saturday, July 17.
SAN ntANCISCO-Sallcd Jul) 10:
8 S. I.urllnc, for Honolulu,
Schr. Muriel, for Honuapo.
SAN KRANCISCO Arrived July lCr
S. H, IrU, hento July 4. ,
SAN' ntANCIHCO Arrived July 17:
S 8. 'Iqlijo Maru, 0 n. in. henro
1U O. Wilder, henco June 27.
VICTOUIA Sailed July 17:
S S. Atraiigl, for Honolulu.
tIAVIOTAAi rived July 10:
Hp Fnlle of CI) ile, henco Juno 2H.
HH.O Alrlved July 13:
8. 8. Massachusetts, from Kahului.
HII.O Arrived July IB:
S. S. MIiEourlan, from Knhulul.
IIILO-Silled Jul) 12:
Schr. Bfilbon, for ltedondo.
IllkO Sailed July 1C:
3, S. Missouri.-!!!, for Sallnn Crux.
Ni:W YOflK Sailed July 17:
Ilk. Nuiiauu, for Honolulu.
Mi:MO HII.O, July Ifi! 8. 8. Massa
cluWetls liMileil, nnnltlng orders,
DO NOT FAVOR
" FREAK'S REQUEST
After several weeks' consideration
of Oovemor Frear's n quest thnt the
reservoir and pipe line on Diamond
Head Military Ikservallon b not In-
ctuded (n the reservation 'for military
purimscH, tho Wur Departufent Is not
In favor of Iho requcHt.
The (le;iar(ment staten (hal. It Vould
not be uilvlsihle to glvu tho Tertltdry
the northeast slope of the crater for
Ube as a reservoir, but there would be
no objection to allowing tho recession
of the Konlheasteru slope fur'thu'pur
jioso tndlrated. Tho Secretary of War
will take llio matler up for flnil deet
Eton later In the summer.
IN CIRCUIT COURT
When the cqse of Yamamoto, HI
gashl, Knba)ashl, Klmurn, Siigamo
to, Ozakl, Imurn, Ota, Nnknl, the
nine Japnneso churged with ob
structing the polco In tl.o execution
of tlit Ir duty nt Wnlmiinilo, was
called tlili nftcrnoon, Mr. Lightfoot
pppearcd for tho ntcused and en
tered n plea of not guilty. He waiv
ed nil prellmlnarj exniniuntion nnd
demanded n jury trial 'before tho
Circuit Court. This wus, grnnlcd,
und tho case will now to heard
there In tho nenr futiiro.
BROWN BUSY WITH
' REGISTRATION WORK
In oriler to li.ive their names reg
istered In thu oftlcu of the Commlssloii
er of Immigration, thn Hawaiian born
Chinese lbs morning rushed down to
tho Immlgrntjon station and kept 11. C.
Drown, Chief Inspector of Immigration,
busy all morning.
Drown, mislsted by Chuck Hoy, tho
Chinese Interpreter, examined tho ai
pllcants for certificates as they came
fnto tho room. Outsldo on tho lanal
were seated tho parents and their chil
dren, walling to bo admitted Into (ho
examination ' room Tho wltuccs
present woro principally ladles.
Drown expects to finish his wmk on
Monday, in order thnt ho may leavo
for Maul on Hie Mauna Kea, next Tues
day. After his return, he will take up
tho' legislation of Chinese Horn, on
Ten Shinagawn was today grunt
ed u divorce by Judge lloblnbou
from her husband, Shonosuko Shin
bgawn. Slio claims to havu been do
Bcrtcd by him In 11102 und was mai
ried eleven years ago.
Elizabeth Kiohlkuplll Kcauia,
alias I'unl Kala, filed suit for d
vorco ugalnst Jonah Keaulu. She
chargis desertion since 1906.
Hntsuyo Hanusaki lias, also filed
suit, charging the same against her
husband, Kunltnro Honasiikl. Upon
(he arilVnl of the pair in Honolulu
for tlio first time iseveral ycaB ago,
thu husband wus not allowed ' to
land owing lo his u Ictlon with
trachoma. Tliey wire married In
Shlrosklnm Ken, Japan.
The Cricket teim for Maul wM!
leave nt midnight on Tuesday, Aug
24, and wlll.nnivo at Wulluku that
evening. On Wednesday tho'vnatch
v.lll bo played, and n good gain" Is
L'ewg looked foi Ward to by evuy-
f.ne. Tho pv.ty will rotutn ou the
Claudlpe, vhlch Is scheduled to
Jeivd Kahului on Wednesday ew
iilng; Uio steamer will bo delaved
long enpugh to allow of tho crick
eters being cntei talncd at dinner b)
the hospitable 'Maul folk.
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2 3 f r s v
p m U a in a p, ml I I Kl4ei
12 U IS I K til IW (! CO 1 1
11 I a? i 0 Id 6M 9 11 BS7. C 41 2 18
I I I I I
u s it ii I i e. n u r, .; .on i u;
S U' 1 1 till 7 11 10 .11 6 X . All "UT
1UI.1 3m Hiiilli Din mi I ii
i mi lint u ii ij is c n s
IM.'ll lil V 3!
ft a on h ii
New Moon Ju)y 17th, at 12:13 a. m.
UuwhIIuu standard time is lu bum a
IA m t j ulnhfnH t tArt t "flt t-t US' I i
V UilUUlC'B nunui tuuu uscvun iwu
lime, belnjE Uiat of tho meridian ot 15?
J...AA- l.i ,lH..ln. fTl lima lullUlId
Mows at 1:30 p. tn , which Is the same
e univunKU, w uwuiu v uuuuvuv.. uu
nnd 'moon are for local time for in
Stmr. Mauna Km, Krcelnaii, from
Ililo and way ports, 7 n in.
frlday, July Hi.
Stmr. Cl.iilillne. for Mnui nnd Ha
waii, r. p. m.
Hutunl.iy, July 17.
8. 8 tloma, l.awMin, for Sun I'ran
clcco, 7:30 u. m.
1'. M. S; 8. Asln, flailkinger, for tho
Orient, lD'n. m .
I PA88ENOER3 ARRIVED
l'er Ktinr. Mnuni Kea. I'reemnn'
from Hllo nnd way ports, July 17. 11.
F. Ixftvls, MfB Lewis nnd son, Mls,s
I. Kelllietfv. ii KlMllimlv M I tllua.,1
'I. J. Siiixn, 'Mro. Siiiizi and two clill-
ilren. tlco. Mundon, Mlsi K. Dunn,
Mss It. Ilaxler, Ham lMia, 'I'nllhara,
Miss B. Wery. Miss ll'ltrown. II. V.
MdVcly. Wong Wong. W. II. Hecn, J.
L. Ulalsdill, II. Millard, Bishop Hlobcrt.
C. llienhnm, Mrs Whlto, K. L. Hlilley.
w. m, ual.ani, J, I'creldii, Mrs. l'crclda
anil chllii. M. l. Mo'bbos. Mm n. xif.
Oulro and child, Mra Chen Leu und
child, II. Y. U'O, Mls A. O. Furshcr,
ii i j. j. u. i orsuer, l. uomes, O. Vun
Sljmond, Miss Dwl'ht, Miss T, IJur
loin, Miss N. Carey, MIbs M. Kaymoii
feu. Mrs H. U Austin, Mrs. L. O. Mar
shall. MIsh Shlmokona. (1. W DHsenii
It. II. Crnwford, Oeo. Olbb, Mrs Olbb.
Mr. A. iwiiBo, w. Kelly, Mrs. J. A.
Kinmdy, J. A. Ktnnedy. C. K. Kelly.
Miss A. Itobertsoii, Mrs. W. Urown
nnd two children, Mrs. E.'Cavcrn, MIsh
Schcsler, Mrs. Illchards, MIsb J. Scott,
Miss D. Pcloreon, Mies I. Iladshad!
Mrs. llafTurty. Mrs. Hubjoy, Miss M.
Cnrew, Miss L. Cameron. MIbb B. Co.
hel, Miss O. Hull, Mrs. Iknhaui, Mlsi
lU.Young, Miss J. Hinds, S. W. Ileal
and son, C. Mauler, Mrs. Mauler, T.
M, Nichols, Mrs. Nichols, A. Lowrcy,
Miss I.'. S.hacfer. K. V. Dldrfdgo, MrH.
nidililgo, C. 8. Man,, 11 Dollelnsky, W.
A. CarpenUr, Mrs Carpenter, Mlsn
Stownrt, C, J. necht, Mrs. Uecht, M-n.
M. Whldlfleld, Mrs, T. T. Lansing. Mm.
J. W. Meters, Mrs. Hobdy and daugh
ter. Miss H, Campbell, Mrs M. Shin
gle, A. 1. Wutson, Mrs. Ko)enu nmi
nughter, Miss Nakamuru, A. WonK
Wal, H. Armltagc, V, E. Thompson, ty.
C, Scott, Mrs. Scott, Kny Irwin
PA88ENOER8 DEPARTED ""J
Ior Btmr. Claiidlno, for Maul and
Hllo, July 16, 5 p. m E. Ingham, It.
W. Shingle. MIsbch McVIi-i, i"
J. I) .McVeigh, MrB. Clifford Charlock
inn . niiiiiren, miss K. u. I.yman. Mlsi
H. O. Forbos. Mrs. I'enhullow. T. Ya
suda, Y. Amony, H. y. Kdnuinds, II. ,.
Chaso. D. H. IjjwIs, C. H. Cook. W. O.
Alkcn, wlfo and daughter, II. 11. ciarko
A. II. Ionian, Chas. I OIIIHand. Mlsj
L. Spencer, Miss J. McCarty, A. lloh
Tor 8. S. Asia, for Orient, July 17.
5 p ni MIsb Clara Mosser, S S. lliiw.
land nnd wlfo, N. U. Alull, K. IYeom..
Miss H. II. Hughes
I WATERFRONT NOTES "j"
I'UnSUIt PHILLIPS of tho Maun i
Kea reports Iho following sugar on Hp
wall, ready for shipment: Olaa, 31 00t
Wiilakea 25 000: Hawaii Mill nunnl
WaliinUu, MOOj Onomni 2000; I'opee
"i n"", iiouninii, lOfcOll; Hakalau,
24 000; I.iupnlioihoo, 12,000; Ookala'
ICnp; Kukalau D 3149. II 3108; Hamnl
kua, 20.000; Pnauliau, 13 000; Hoto
kaa, 20,000; Knknlhacle, f000; Puna.
Inn, 16,605; Honuapo, 8326,
The ( big freighter X"lgoa of the
Pacific Mull line, ncinnlln.. i.. .,...
San Iranclsio Kxamlnor, Is now
lomiiiiiniieu uy uaptaln J, W. Saun
ders, formerly In rinirm n .....
Manchuila. Captain Saunders, who
ib luvnrniiiy known hero, was sua
ponded over slnen bin .... .,
with Di. Lewis, the shlp'B surgeon.
ic wan iippoinicu canimandcr of
tho AlKO.l llV Rnnmnl ni-..'
Scliwerln of the company.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Cvci.
m Motor, $175, Complete.
,HE 0HABLES D. WALKERS, B0AI
AND MACHINE WORKS
XJju St o) South. It ,
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