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EVENING ntJLLOTIN. HONOLULt, T. JI TUESDAY, JULY 27. 1000.
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Honolulu Commandcry Order
of the Temple.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order ar cordially Invited to
ctteml mretlnga of local lodges
.!lIARM0NY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
' Mom every Monday eveulng nl
T:30 iu L O. O. F Hull, Fori SUMl.
' ' H. It. IU3NI)(iY. Secretary.
F. 1). W1CKG. ?. U.
AU visiting brothers tar rordUII
OAHW LODGE, No. 1, H. of P.
Meets every Orel and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 in IC. ot 1. Hall,
.comer Fort untl Beretania. VlslUug
orotheri cordially lmltod to attend.
V. II. NUGRNT, O. C.
It. (10SMNO. IC It. 3.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIO, IJ. I'. O,
Ulk, meets lti their linll, mi Kins
Street, near Fort, ovcr Frlduy oven
lag. VUllliiB Hrothcra nro cordluil)
Iuvitod to iutcml.
B A. UOUTIIITT, H. It.
II. 0. I2ASTON, Sec'y.
iMrViii H'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
' ' Meets every '.ml and 4th Saturday
.treeing nl 7:30 o'clock In K. ot 1'.
fid, cor Fort ami Itoretanla. Visit
iDfr brothers cordially invited to at
tend. 4 F M McGRHW, C. 0.
W E. A. JACOBSKN. K. It. 3
'HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. S.
UiU on tho 2nd and 4th WKD
NESDAY oveuiugs of each month at
7.3l o'clock In K. of I'.. 1I.1I, corner
Oeretanla nnd Tort streets.
Visiting Eagle are lnvltod to at
tnd. V. St. McCOY, XV., Frest.
H. T. MOOHR, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Meets every first nnd third Thurs-
days of caeu month nt KnlRhta of
Fytliiap Hull. Visiting brothers cor
idlally Invited to attend.
L. A. I'RUUY. Sachem.
J. V. TODD, C. ot It.
mumr-M-ii. tf m.-rmfi .un. -ra.
We nrc in line with the
best assortment of
Iu the market. All makes. i.
A-cniuneti nnu rintn.
Just risk for the kind yoa
Lchnhardt's Candies always
King- and Fort Sts.
"MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
At All WaHtdealen.
Acent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORT aud KIWI Sts., Honolulu.
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Buildinc, Fort St.
Bulletin Business Office Plione 858.
Eullot.'u Editorial Room Phone 185
A LITTLE BITTERS
for the stomach will be
of gtcnt benefit to
anyone, when it is
weak mid unable to
do its work properly,
thus causing the blood
to become poor. But
bo sure it is
Then you have the
best nud purest that
science can produce.
For over 51 vcats it
has been proving its
merit in cases of Bloat-ing-.
For nalo by 'lienson, Smith & Co.,,
Md , Ilollbtor Drug Co., I.'td.:'
Chambers Drue Co., Ltd ; Illlo Drug
Co ; and nt all Wholesale Liquor
This ii unquestionably the best
"visible" writer 011 the market to
day. We do not make this claim in
the nature of n boast, but with all
sincerity. We can convince you of
the superiority of the Smith-Premier
if you will call.
Hawaiian News Go., Ltd.
Alexander 'Younir Bldjr.
CLEANING and DYEING
Agents for F. Thomas Cleaning &
Dycinc; Works, S., F.'
FRENCH LAUNDRY, Phone 1491.
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the , (
Arctic Soda Water WorRs
PHONE 357. '
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Means you can get us by that tele
Jewelers nnd Watchmakers.
Come nnd learn particulars at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania St,, Opp. Sachs'.
Made up in all styles.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Edward Everett Hale
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.,
Fort and Merchant Sts
BERETANIA ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice Cream,
Rolls and Buns Fresh every morn
inc. CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tho Bullet In makes Its own
scratch pads, makes them good nnd
big and sells them for llvo cents.
A son wns born to Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
W, W lltcwster on Monday.
W. I1, Thomas of Wahlnwa Is rcfr
lutcrcd at tho Hawaiian Hotel,
The Anchor Saloon, Monty 'Mont
gomery, manager, King nud Nmianit
Btreets, Is a popular local resent.
John It. Ilcrgstroni, piano tuner ana
repairer, Formerly with Ilcrgstroni
Music Co. P, 0. pox 40. Phone 581.
coat your iron roprs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
i.nd prcsorvatlvoN properties California
Feed Co., agnuts.
.1. Dawson Hnwklna, a. prominent
business man of Colorado, has re
curved rooms at the ltnwallun hotel
and will arrive on tho Mongolia.
I'rof. Mnrlui Armailez, Jato Instruct
or of Ficnch nt tho Collego of Hawaii,
nnd author of a recent book on music,
loaves for Santa llarbara tomorrow on
Wide-awake agents wanted for
coods that sell: $5 starts you in
good paying business. 'Write for.
particulars to Wolteo Mfg. Co., 1-2
Park Row, New York.
Superintendent of Public Woiks
Cnmpbetl staterl yesterday that tho
Alakra strei:t shed will bo extended
out 100 feel farther. This extension
will bo only 0110 story In height.
F. ri. Kruse, as seed collector for
tho Ilnremi of Agrlciilturo aud For
estry, will leave Tor Japan on the next
mourner, lie received his coimulsidon
yesterday lu tho special work for tho
Work on tho Hound Top road will
begin 011 August 1, when a g.iug of 20
prisoners will start lis construction
and keep after It until It connects nlth
tho Tantalus road and tho circuit Is
Fred W. Macfailano was yesterday
nominated by President Morgan of thu
Chamber of Commerce as delegato to
tho First National Conservation Con
gross to bo held in Seattle from Aug
ust 1'C to 28.
An electric fan lias been purchased
for tho Supervisors by tho County
from C. P. laukea and has been placed
in the assembly room to root the per
spiring brows of tho city dads when
In heated discussion.
The proposed speed ordinance will
be tho principal subject of discussion
by tho commltteo on roads tonlght.J
Chairman Qulnn says It l.i to be n
mass meeting, an I In ,iU-a tho eopIa
to bo present nud glio their lews on
Itoad Supervisor Wilson lit tiling a
big steam roller to haul :i train of wag
ons from Mollilll, each wagon loaded
heavily with crusheil rock. Twenty
four tonR of rock nro taken on each
trip and the roller Is able to make two
trips a day,
Silva's Undertaking Establishment
I II, Kent, undertaKer and uuiualm-
cr, IC years' experience. Mrs. Grace
Kent, asslctant, will cans for female
cases. All business will roccivo prompt
attention. 1120 Fort St. Phono 179.
Night call 1014.
With u long coll of pipe, a steam
drum nnd n platform ltoad Supervisor
Wilson has proved his Ingenuity by
building a clever "cooking plant" for
moderating nnd thinning out tho heavy
asphalt oil that will bo used In tho
futuro on tho city streets.
Second Federal Judgo Woodruff, ar
riving tomorrow on thu Mongalla, will
bo met by members ot the bar in tho
court room at 9 o'clock. As )ho Judgo
hns taken tho oath ot offlco ho will h'o
ablo to go to worjc on tho long calend
ar ahead without any formalities.
All of tho Portugueso Immigrants
who arrived on tho Aorangl nro now
permanently employed on plantations.
They aro skilled mechanics. Some of
these men wcro hero before, lint when
they found out that they could not bo
givon mcchanlc.il work, they quit tho
plantations and went away.
A letter has been received by tho
secretary of tho Promotion Committee
from 1-elgh II. Irvine asking for Infor
mation regarding tho chances for mak
tug a living at tho small farmer gnme,
Irvine, a writer of thn coast who has
visited Hawaii before, and a friend
wish to take up a little land and raise
pineapples, etc., masterpieces and
With a view of bringing tho island
of Coylon to a better knowledge of tho
traveling public, the "Times of Cey
lon" has Issued u beautiful souvenir
book, handsomely illustrated with
scenes on tho Uland, a flno map, and a
complcto descrlptlvo history of tho peo
ple, business interests, cities ami
towns, hotels and attractions. Sec
retary Wood of tho Promotion Com
mittee has received and Is distributing
a number of them.
Oeorgo Lycurgus tells of having mot
J. !.. Itockwoll In tho station at Chey.
enno, Wyoming, on his trip overland.
Lycurgus was lu tho station when ho
was vigorously slapped on tho back
and turnod around to meet tho former
member of. tho U11H0 tin business
staff. Mr. Ilockwell has a vory fine
position with tho oxpress company peo
plo with headquarters at Cheyenne,
(leorgo reports him as looking well
and anxious to be remembcrod to his
many friends In Honolulu.
Sea Wrens, $LOO
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Gycir
Motor, $175, Complete.
HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kin fit. oppnKt louth If.
i, v i ...
Let us get your
' l J. I v J ,
on TIIFxhAY p.m.
And' avoid rush on"
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE. Phone 1S2.
RIOTS IN MEXICO
OUADAI.A.IAUA, Mexico, July 2fl. A nob gathered today nnd
shouted "Down with Dlaa" and erected barricades. The linopi lln-il
and killed several people and wounded a woic. Including two Ameri
cans. SPAIN'S NEWNAVY
FKftKOI., July 2(1. -King Alfonso ntllclaled today at thi lu)lug or
the keel of the first battleship of the now Spanish navy.
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INDIANA BANK CLOSED.
TIPTON, Indiana, July 2G. Thu First National Hank of tills placn
has closed Its doors, Nnh Marker, assistant cashier, having diuapiie-ued
with 160,000 of the, bank's funds,
FORTY THOUSAND SPANIARDS.
MADRID, July 2G - Forty thousand troops now oppose tho lol.el
llous tribesmen and more are mobilizing.
TEXTILE WORKERS GO OUT.
STOCKHOLM, July 2C-- Forty thousand employe In the textile
mills hayo struck.
Drnying, Express and
General Contracting. G. W.
Klaxon nt Jordan'n.
JordaiiH nro showing Klaxon lu pl.'ln.
stripes and near checka at 30c, 35c, luc
Do not full to attend tho llattciiburg
salo at Ilium's, Thu pieces nro beau
tiful In design nud low pi Iced.
Thu secret of a. luxuriant lawn Is
the application of "Forcegrowth." Sold
lu die nud J1.2T, qiMiilltlci by D. O.
Hall & &Son, Ltd.
Tint flu I f,n rii-nr Ik Ihn best nnd
most fiivouibty known cigar In fllio
United States. This Is because It 'has I
all the finality of ordinary 10c cigars. I
Tho llattenbiirg salo now 011 nt
Horn's Is attracting a good crowd of '
purchaser!. Tho pieces aro wondrous
ly beautiful und tho woik cxqulsltcly
Looking for souio choice leading
for summer? Tho latest popular boo'ts
In great assortment nt A. 11. Ailelgh &
Co. A big new lot Just arrived lu tho
Tho best houso paint to use Is W.
P. Fuller & Co.'h Puro Prepared Paint.
It Is mixed all ready for use and Is
easily applied. Sold by Lowers &
Havo prldo iu jour lawn. Uso
"Forcegrowth" and It will giow lux
uriantly. Prepared by Hawaiian Fer
tilizer Company und hold by K. O
Hall & Son,
Oat & Mossmau havo a full lluo of
tho famous No Plus Ultia brand of
typewriter paer. Also cover paper
for legal documents, etc. Storo on
M01 chant street, near postfifltco,
Tho Schiiinan Carrlago Co. carry a
largo stock of automobile fittings In
all grades and It will bo welt to look
tho Block over before you buy any of
tho accessories necessary to a well
Tho Army and Navy as well as lliu
civilians who wear khaki will bo
pleased to learn that tho W. W. Ahiiua
Co. carry In stock tho patented fast
khaki drill of Leomau aud Hatty, Man
chester and Uonibay.
Halciwa offera unusual attractions
to tho golfer or tho person who wants
a rest. A line 1I1I0 by aulo or 011 tho
trains of tho Oahu Hallway Co, Only
thirty miles from town and a mighty
flno plnco when you get thoro.
Tho new Smlth-Pieiulcr double key
board "Visible" typewriter has no su
potior und fnw equals In tho typowi It
er lino. Call at Hawaiian News Co.
Leeman & Gatty's Original
Manchester and Bombay Kahki
W. W. AHANA CO.
trunks to steamer
, 1 V
Wednesday morning. ''
Telephone 5S8. Wood and Coal Stove
Fuel, duality and Quantity the aim.
and Fillim? "!
and Inspect this machine. It has been
thoioiighly tiled and proven.
When you want diaylni: done thn
cheapest nud have tho unik done to
our dillro satisfaction, go to the peo
ple with tho best r.icllltle-1. That's
Honolulu t.'ouMnlcilon V Urnylug Co.
Phono 2S1 OHIce Fort street, oppnslto
W. (1. Irwin & Co.
Whenever j'ou have oeeinlon to
send iiiniie.v nwny you can do II o.ially
und cheaply through The It ink of Ha
waii, Ltd., cornel Fort and Merchant
streets. Money orders liisue.l for
nnioiiiits up to Stun nud tegular bank
il rails for more than that amount.
Smoke tho Old tint eminent I'tantl
Hon cigar, a smooth and even cigar
and an elegant smoko' In Helna Vic
torias, Panetelas. I'm llano Fiimi, Ho
Cilia Hrlttauleas. Perfectos nnd lieu
Alls. Lewis & Co., Ltd., Ifi9 Klllg
blicet. Telephone 2IU. Iting up for a
box and we'll tend It In you.
IS THEIR SLOGAN
Hawaii Delegates Leave
For Spokane: Tyo
Jas. T. Taylor und it. S. Hrumer
leave floinnrr.iw on the Al.imed.i
bound for the National Irrigation
Cougre.i'i nl Spoknno to takn placo
finm Aug. 9 lo 14. Thn delegation
will he Increased on the way mi that
Hawaii will havo at least two moie
delegates and pel haps more.
It Is tho plan tills year to get a
lc solution through thn Cnugiess ic
qiiestlug that thn reclamation ser
vice bo extended to Hawaii, Tho
piospoi't for siiccihs M'cins very good,
iib Mr. Newell lias thoroughly In
M'tlgatcd the altuatlon here, nud
to.imrrovv M. 0, Lelglitiiu of tho hy
drographle of'.'ro will arilvo with
an iis-.lstuiit to go still innio Intl
liinlcly into iiindltioiiH lu the is
IIAUMCA CI jears, July 23, par.il
sls, ItUHD-Nathaniel Itudd, !r je.us,
July 25, apoplexy fiotu ceiehr.il helli
VINHACA J. Y, Vlnhaea, 3S yeain.
July 2ii, eerelnal liemoiTliage.
YAMASHITA Masano Yiimarhlla. 2
years. Compllcatlous following huriis
from crude- carbolic acid.
IN FORCIGN POIVT8
Tuesday, July 27.
SAN FHANCISOO-Sliilliil July 27:
H. S. Alaskan, for Honolulu.
SH. Tenyo Main. 2 p. 111., for H'
110I11I11. SAN FHANCISCO AnlviM July 27:
tl. S. K'ne.i, Penro July 21.
SHATTI.IJ -Arrived July 27:
H. S. llviides, from Kan Frnlirlpco.
VltVlOltlA-Arilved July 27:
H. S. Miiranin, liotieo July n.
MC.MO.- In our leporl or yehlrrdny
read Btoaiindiln Century, not i.hlp.
PASSENGERS BOOKED I
I'er Al. N. S. S. Liirllnc, for Hull
l"rnneico, Aug. 2. Ailjutiiil tinner il
J. W. Jones. N. tl. IL, Col. J. 11. I'lsh j
er. Sirs. IMsiier. uupiain nnu .iirs. a.
W. Neely, Dr. Jelling, Mil JilllliK
I'M liiithnhi, Miss Turrlll, Miss 0. Walk
c, H, (I. lliindock, wife and 2 children.
Ml', nnd Mis. Mm se. Mrs. Scott. Miss
M. C. Alexander, Miss 1-Mnn Homy, Mr.
and Mm. Fois, 12 members of Hawaii
an National Ouard ltltle Team, Mr. und
Mrs, C. tl .Murasky, t'oidau Walt, Mini
Julia Mi'Sloeker, Mlrs l.ydla MeSlocl.
it, Mra. M. 1). I'lline.
I WATERfRONT NOTES 1
Till! STF.AMSHII' Al. hi, Cap
tain Dowdell, of tho Oceanic line, will
leave for San Francisco tninoiiovv
moinliig nl HI o'clock. She will cat
ry b'esldeK the i:isB-ngeri UtiO" loin
of mlscel'aneous r.lrgn, coiulilln;: of
sugar, iilneappli'ii, lie, etc. About
3UUU hunches of li.inanua ami 2UUJ
crates of fresh pines will also ho car
iled for tho mainland.
TIIH KINAU nnd Mlkah.il.i will
leave nt Ti o'clnck'thls aflcimioti fur
their legillar porta of (.ill, Tho for
nier goeu to Kauai and thn latter lo
Molokai and Maul. Ihcy are dim to
aillve on Sunday.
Till! AMHHICA MAItl! arrived mini
South American pons .veMenl.iy niul
hlayeil on Kiit. Lau- hi th" afier
noon the lesumeil her o)ine In the
l'!ai,t. S!io brought a cargo of nitrates
TIIK MONGOLIA, su'ilvlm; from S.m
Francisco toiniiiiii,v, will bo olT po't
In the moiiiliig. She will piohably
loavo for the Orient In the afternoon,
Railing at ubniit 4 o'clock.
TIIK M.UJNA KKA. golu-,' t,i Illlo
via l.ahnlii'i and Maahiea ll.iy. left to
day ul noon with a l.irw llhl of pi"
teligers for the Volean i Home.
i Prince Ambau Of Ccean
Island On Board
Onu of tho most beautiful si earners
that has entered the h.iihoi' of Honolu
lu Is tho Ocean Oueen. now chiiilern.1
by tho Pacific Asphalt Company of
i:iiglniid, Shu Is rmniiiandcil by Cap
lain C. JnliiiiiMMl. Since nulvo here
some day. ago bho has been dlt-chnrg
Ing her eaigo of fertilizer nl the rail
Tho Ocean Queen Is u new nti ainej',
having been In tho service only aleuit
Klx months, slnco hho was 'leleased hv
jllio conliactors In Hiigland. Shu cur-
nes a iiioioriauiuii, to no used lu car
lying the olllci'ip of the rloainer v.heu
iiiichored nt Ocean Islainl.
Sho ha I'ccoiiiiiiodatloiis for e-ihln
und heeond class ii.okoiii;oim. Thev
aro hplendldly urr.inged on either fide
or tho main hall. All aioiiu.l tho
walls nro huiiK liiagiillletut plclines.
lu the Binoklng loom Is an uptight
Shu has on hoard four largo ImoyH
lo ho located near Ocean Island
Tlii'Ho v.ero taken ubohrd at Sjdney.
Tho olllfcrs mo all white men nud
the eiew mostly (illbeit Islanders. One
of tho cunv, Aiulrow Kuhaleohii, Is a
Ilaw'alhui. Ho Is a leahlent or Ocean
Island, having man led a n.illve wo
man. When Men this morning M
nald that ho had been on Iho lt.l.iu.1
about eight veins.
Piomlneiit mnong tho members of
tho ciew ib Pillico Anib.ni, a member
of the former loyally (1r Oceuu Island.
Ho In working his way on the Queen,
whom ho Is a helper In (he cooking
depaitinent. He Bald Ihls moinlng
tluit he ilhl mil caiu to havo hit pies
encn nieiillniied lu tho iiev.spiiper.
Cnplaln Dowdell, Pinser Smith and
Dr. Clark or tho Ahiined.i called on
Ciiptjln Joliaiii'oii on hoanl tho Quei'ii
this niornlngiiid wero shown nil over
Mr. Ar.indel, llio owner of tho
Oueen, Is slopping m n, Young Ho
lei dm lug tho stay of the bteamer
hero. Ho is accompanied by Mis
The steamer lu oniccivd by Captain
Johimsoii, Second Officer Olson und
Chief UnglnciT Nllsen. Hho will sail
for Ocean Island piohably In tho latter
p.ut of this week.
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Full moon Aug. 1, nt 10:13 a. iu
li.tYtdiiuu ululiiiurtl time is lu lioum
20 minutes Blower than tlreenwiin
time, being that or tli moildlan of ID!
iegiees 2U minutes Tl u lime whistle
blow a at 1:30 p. ni which Is the h.iiiia
ub (Ireenwlch, U huurr. 0 nilnulen. bim
nnd moon aru for local tltuo fur tnw
MoiplaV, July .'ii
R? B Ainellea Maru. for Vokidiauri.
Tueidiiy, July 27
Slmr. .Mauua Kim, for Illlo nud mi,
pot l, 12 in.
Slmr. Iwnlanl. for llonokaa and Ku
kulhaele. T, p. iu.
Stair. Atlkahiihi, lor Mnlokal, f, p. in
'Slmr Kliiau, for Kauai pons, r. p. iu.
Sti.ii. Nee. in, for Kuii'il'porlH, f p. in
Slmr, .lames M.ikeo, for Illlo, p. m
I DUE TOMORROW
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, from Han Frnu
clsio, A. S. Alneilea Maru, from Valparaiso
j SAILING TOMORROW
' O. S. S Ahiined.i, IhivviMI, for San
Fiane!i'o, 111 n. in
P. M. S H. .Mongolia. Tor Orient.
T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Main, front
Stmr. Claiidluo, from Maul ports,
T. K. K. K. R, Nippon Mam, for San
Frniiilieo, p. in.
I DUE FRIDAY. '('
Slmr. t'laiiillno. for Maul porlii and
Illlo, r, p. in.
Per O. S. S. Al.uneda, for Sun Fran
cisco. July 2.s.-T,lr. und Mr-. I. I Tay
lor. Mis "i Yopli'im, VI-1. Itieily,
Miss 1!. S.ulll. MIh K J'viin. Mlhs
J. W McDonald. Mr. nnd Mrs McOar
thy. Mrs. I. 11. Kerr and tUialile'i, r,r
nnd Mis. W Hr.irU, Mlsn A C.isrPIv.
Miss F. Cassldy. Miss 1'iver N vl
ivtrnin, Miss S. Spauhllug, .MU'-, tlmco
Hathavviiy. MIbscm Cluiinicra (1), M-.
llouglas. Master Douglas, MrHi 4.
ill own, Mft.il I'lillllps, Mr, ami ,M.,.
Abel and 2 children. MIsr II. WllllaniM.
.Mis. L. A. Wllln nud Infaiit. Mrs. J. II.
Williamson, W. C. Slevvaii, J. . m(
Kengnii. Mra. M. Tultle, Mlhs llucli
ley, Deacnne.sB Sands, Miss Sar'ili
Clilng. Youin; Klin Tuiifj, A, W. lleeli.
Mlsa PelerMii, Mlsn lllack. Miss HIT
fcil, Mr.e (', I-:, Mayne and child. II. P
Fiiye, Pi of. Ilosincr, A. T. Miiby. L. tl.
Ilhii'kmaii, .Mr, und Jlis. Jl, II. Levy,
Mr. and Mrs. K. Abe. .Mrs. Turner. V
It. Tiaey, W. II. ilnulloy. K. (!. IN'r
lolra. C. A. Heed. Al. Itiiheiibledl. Hi
Allen. A. W. Collins, J. (J, Scluiefer.
Mm (' Clink, AIIski'ii Chuk (2), AH
V I!. Ilnlsey and children, II. Hcliull
.Mr. Chalnurii Jr., ,, , JmieK, Atr.i. r
F I'hlllluwoilli, Airs Metllnly, Mi
and .Mrs. Charles tllhsiui und chin,
-Miss Al Cielghlon, Prof, Al. Alili'dl ,
K W. Low, AIIbh Slebul, Alhi.s.l. I.uzaro
Mrs. (). II. Walker.
Per Hlmc Alniina Kea, Fieeinau, Tor
Illlo mid way porta, July 27, uooii -W.
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Mrs. I!. J. Wutcilimiaii. .Vim Alarg.iri '
Waleihomo, Dr. J. I). Stuhlm, S. P
Woods ami wife, 0. (!, llndenfelil, .Ml.i
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cmauii Allm D. Miivhcr, Alius A. Iledi
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and chlhlriMi (2). Alrn. J, Aiiderhiui, Ii
It. Illlchci.ck, C. 1. Uckuit, W.
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Hulllnrer, AlliK IJitnn, Miss Sperrj-
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Mlsn A. 1! Judil, Airs. it. W. IVithca
nnd 2 chlldien, AIIsh H. Taylor, All
Sexton. Mhs D. H P. Hwlih,
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