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BVEMtNO BtJttETtN, HONOLULU, T. It., BATUltD'AY, JULY 31, 1009
Honolulu Commandcry Order
of the Temple.
Hawaiian Lodge Postponed.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodgei
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets dvery Monday cventug t
f:J0 la 1. O. O. F Hall Fort Street.
U. 11. HENDRY. Secretary.
F. D. WICKE. N. U.
Al vlsltlug brothers tery cordlall)
OAITO LODQE, No. 1, . o( ,
Meets every first and third Frl
lay evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretnnls. Vlsltiag
Srothert cordially Invited to attend.
V. 1.. NUUENT. C. C.
H. UOSLINQ. K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. GIG, I). P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday oven
lng. Visiting Ilrothcrs nro cordlall)
Iultcd to attend.
K. A. DOUTIHTT, E. R.
II. C. EASYON, Scc'y.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, Kofi.
Meets every Lnd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of V.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ilcretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McGREW, C. C.
E. A. JACOI1SEN, K, R. 8.
0N0LULU AEEIE 140, F. 0. I.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cornet
Beretanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. M. McCOY, W.. Prest
H. T. MOOr-S. Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
McetB every first and third Thurs
days of oacU month nt Knights ot
Tythlas Ilnll. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. ot U.
Wc are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
fust ask for the kind yon
Lehnhardt's Candies always
Kinr? and Fort Sts.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Buildinjr, Fort St.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
If a man is as
: old ns ho feels,
then theso fol
lows must bo
about ton years
old. They don't
intend to grow
old. They know
that Aycr's Sar
now life, strength,
vicor. Makes them
Improves Iho appetite, aids
digestion, keeps tho norvos
strong and steady, and tho
brain clear and active.
is a great prcventivo of
Uright's disoaso and other
kidney affections. It purifies
tho blood, restores goodappo
tite, sound digestion, and
A now mitilc, Ayer'a Sana
purltln contains tin alcohol.
Thoro aro many imitation
So stiro you gat "Ayor's."
raaartj t, Dr. I. C, Anr 4 Cl , ItM'l Mill., U.Ik.
ATKn-S rtLLO, taabtitfinllrlaiatlvt.
This is unquestionably the best
"visible" writer on the market to
day, We do not make this claim in
the nature of a boast, but with all
sincerity. We can convince you of
the superiority of the Smith-Premier
if you will call.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Younsr Bide
No butter equal to
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Each Cap- S I
the nime7 v;
M.L DRnxUHT :
Agents for F. Thomas Cleaning &
Dyeing Works, S. F.
FRENCH LAUNDRY, Phone 1491.
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
Means you can get us by that tele
Jewelers and Watchmakers.
Vm Die Q (or uooktar
IrnMBl MUM" """ w iriioM
iTHiEHCHtMioica" 7"oni mr
iDirpB, ,ia nai hhw
ftnt or jmImiioui. I
al4 by DranUM. ,
Circular mdi on raagMf
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING. CO.
Bcretania &i 0pp. Sachs.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK, HOTEL ST.
.t-fW la !!)
SEW Oufaattat M
LTafaV U.S.. F
LOCAL AND iENEBAL
Tho n u 1 1 c 1 1 n makes Its own
scratch pads, makes them Rood and
tile anil sells them for Ave cents.
Oct your hat cleaned at the Leading
Hat Cleaner. 1154 Kort street.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor's for choice ros
es and other cut flowers. Pretty bas
kets In now designs.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents.
Miss Knto Woodard. on Port street,
next to the convent, has n flno linn ot
wash embroidery silks, U. M. C. em
broidery cotton and wool. A new Una
of stamping patterns Just received.
Maggie Holborn was today granted
a divorce from Robert Holborn liy
Judge Whitney on the grounds of de
sertion, Worn will Inaugurate tho greatest
linen sale In the history of Honolulu
Monday morning. The goods arc now
and Just taken from tho custom house.
Proposals nro asked for for tho con
struction of threo bridges on lino of
Hawaii Railway Co., near Mahukuna.
Specifications nt W. A. Wall's office.
This Is tho last day for tho collec
ttn of Federal licenses and suits will
!o Instituted against all delinquent
after today. Tho outstanding amount
Is about tho same as formerly.
AND THE MAJOR
Head Of Local House Is
Chased Over Country
By a Hot Time
After Indulging in high Jinks as high
as only tho nomadic members of tho
Mystic Shrlno can kick thorn, Major
Tom Wall of Wall, Nichols Co., is
back I ntown.
Major Wnll went to Louisville In
the special train ot Islam Tcmplo of
the Shrine from Snn Francisco and ho
unconsciously confessed tho "florco"
behavior ot tho Shrlncrs at their cele
bration by saying that tho climate was
From Louisville, he loft the bluo
grass and departed fur the wilderness
ot Manhattan where ho had a respite
from the hot weather for four dan
and then got It worse than over. Hot
weather seemed to follow Major Wall
Most of his time In New York wns
spent on business for hlB house and
ho made arrangements whereby sonic
of the greatest manufacturers of sta
tionery, etc., will bo represented In
Hnnolul uat his local store and ho nlso
laid a great supply of holiday goods,
toys and novelties.
Whllo among tho Gothamltes ho
mado a little sldo trip to somo of tho
great patilarchlal estates around tho
Jersey creeks, where Washington and
Cornwallls hit It up In tho good old
Major Wall has had a good time but
ho's glad to bo back. Now York wns
good enough but as a placo to live In
he thinks It rathor poor. He allows a
month for visitors to sco It In and
then advises a move.
FIRE AT PLANTATION
A conflagration which caused de
light In the ranks of the strikers oc
curred at Alea plantation last night,
Is the report ot Police Qlptaln Uaker
About 10:40 p. m. last night, ac
cording to his statement, the entire
building of tho Japanese camp was
seen to be ablaze and Immediately
all was oxcltcment.
Tho workmen poured out from
their respective camps, and tho strlk
era watched tho lapping flames with
shouts of Joy and clapping of hands
It was feared at one time that tho
whole camp would go up In smoke,
but the effective work of the Japan
ese and Korean bucket brigade sub
ducd the flames and only the ccntor
building was consumed.
No authoritative opinion can bo
gained at the present time as to
whether or not It was the work of
Incendiaries, but there Is a genoral
Impression that some of tho strikers,
In a Bplrlt of roVcnge, started the
HUM GETS IT
Hlgashl, tho young Japancso 'that
assaulted a little nine-year-old Japan
eso girl a short tlmo ago, had plenty
and sufficient trouble handed out to
him this morning In Judge Do Bolt's
court when ho camo up to plead and
havo his bond fixed. He ploadod not
guilty and after argument the court
Imposed a bond of $2500 on him, which
ho will probably And difficult to pro
J, Hamo Doller, Educator Coving
Ion La., July 21. J. Hamo Doller. for.
tucrly professor of Herman nt Tnlano
university, Now Orleans, and for
many years president of tiio American
snengerbuud. died here suddenly nt nil
early hour this morning,
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE.
"" ruin at Mexico
CITY OF MEXICO, July 30. Central Mexico, from tho Atlnnllc to
tho Pacific, was today visited by tho eovcrcst carthquako known In
many years. Hut meager details ot tho disaster havo been received here,
as communication without sldo points has been Interrupted.
In this city nlonc six persons Were killed by the falling ruins.
No Americans were hurt, as far ns Is known. Tho city Is in
darkness. Tho walling mid graying of the panic-stricken Indians and
peons adds to the wlerdness of the situation. Tho principal water main
has been badly damaged and tho water supply of tho city Is threatened.
Tho shocks arc continuing.
i i m
WRIGHT'S NEW RECORD.
WASHINGTON, July 30. Orville Wright today reached tho
zenith ot his hard-earned success when, accompanied by lieutenant
Foulcrs, ho made n ten-mile, cross-country flight with his acroplano In
seven minutes. Thousands ot people witnessed the performance.
President Taft was present. Wright attained the phenomenal speed ot
eighty miles nn hour In his flight.
The government will accept, the aeroplane on the showing mado at
tho odlclal test today and wilt pay n bonus of .',U0O over the price
originally agreed upon.
BARCELONA REBELS KILLED.
MADRID, July 30. Tho government reports tho rebellion nt llar
cclonn quelled and the general situation Improving.
t, Express and
General Contracting. Q. W.
JAS. W. PRATT,
125 Merchant Street, adjoining Stangcnwald Building.
Real Estate for Sale and Lease
CITY AND SUBURBAN LOTS. FARMING LANDS.
A 'imin In knlltil Tut1 Vcllt'oil rca-
'sonablo terms.J Boo classified (iti.
Bopiccs ni ,ino uermmi lyuinjruu
Church, on Herctanla street, rastoi" W.
Fclmy, wfll bo as follows: DHS'j'i. m.,
Sunday t-chool, 11, n. in., erlce. '
A big lino of' rompor suits for'thp
babies to play In Just received by th'v
Kash Co.. corner Fort and Hote)
streets. Flno assortment tci choose
from. Prices 60c upward.
Tho patrons of W. W. Ahana Co. nro
easily recognized by the superior btylo
and fit of their clothes. Men about to
order siiIIb will do wejl to let th'j
Ahana Co. make them up.
If you havo freight to bo hauled tn
or from tho wharf, or hauling of any
kind, ring up Honolulu Construction
nnd Draylng Co. Phone 281. They
havo tho best facilities In tho city.
Tho nulomobllo owner who tak'.s
prldo In the appearance of hli rar
should sco tho handsome fittings foi
salo by tho Schuman Carriage Co., nt
their storo on Merchant street.
The sodas manufactured by tho Con
solidated Soda Water Works Company
aro mado from tho very best materials
and havo a reputation for their satis
fying qualities. Order a cases today.
Tho Territorial Mcssengor Scrvlcu,
telcphono 361, agents Young Hotel
Laundry, will call for and deliver you,
laundry. PackagoH left at their office
In the morning before nlno may bo
hsd the following evening.
Our typewriter repairing oxpert has
mado a thorough study ot all makes of
typewriters and can repair any kind
equally well. Our prices aro low and
wo guaranteo first-class work. A. 11.
Arlolgh & Co., Hotel near Fort.
Hackfcld & Co., aro having a big
run on their $20 roll-top and flat-top
desks. That's because thoy'ro tho big
gest value ever offered In desks. It
you want a desk, now's your chnnco.
You buy reputation whon you buy
shoes at Mclnerny's Shoo Store. You
got tho reputation of tho storo that
has always roprescntcd tho best In
footwear. Sco tho attractive, whlto
canvas oxford pictured in our ad this
Hotclk''epers, householders nnd oth
ors will hao an opportunity noxt week
at Jordan's to savo big money on tow
els, sheets, bedspreads and pillow
slips. Their nd today calls for somo
very low quotations on theso goniU
nnd there Is never oxtravaganco in
laying by n stock of theso everyday
requirement. Tho salo 1b announced
to commence on Monday morning.
Style and Fit
Telephone 088. Wood and Coal Stove
1 Quantity the aim.
P.O. BOX 451
U - JU.'UIi
Up to tonight Oiu Roso of tho City
nnd County Licence Department, re
ports collections of over S45 000, Last
year nt thin tlmo the figures only to
taled S39,CI0O. This Is n good showing
in consideration of tho fact that tho
Territorial Treasury office still col
lects brewery, certificate of authority.
car license tux, foreign corporation, In
surance ugent, and second-hand deal
er taxes, Somo question uioso a short
tlmo ago aver tho second-hand dealet
license, as tho Legislature forgot to
transfer tills to tho City and County,
anil both offices claim tho right to
handle this item.
A very much excited Chinaman
rushed Into tho police ofllco this morn
Ing with Iho statement that somcono
was going to shoot htm or do him up
or something. Deputy Sheriff Hoso at
onco proccedrd to question tho man
but could not make head or lull of
the man's story.
First of nil ho would say that bo
fought with n man's wife nnd that the
husband camo and fought with him,
Then when tho Deputy would nsk him
what ho did, his reply was:
"Wo do nothing. Mo run down to
"How old nro you?" asked tho Dep
uty. "Mo forty," said tho Chinaman.
"You look about 14," said tho Dep
uty. "What's tho matter with you.
Aro you drunk?"
"Oh, yes, 1110 somo drunk," said tho
affablo and much Inebriated Oriental.
Tho Deputy was on tho point of lock
Ing him up but on second considera
tion told htm to go homo and havo 11
The sequel to tho foregoing wns
seen within nu hour later, when Mrs.
Amny called and formally sworo out
u warrant against Lau Choy for as
sault. Her statement Is that sho was
sitting Inoffensively on tho sidewalk
when Lau Choy rushed up and com
menced a conversation. Sho told him
to go nwny as ho was drunk. Ho then
seized hor by tho dress and nearly
toio It to pieces us well as pushing
her around In a very rough manner.
Lou Choy Is now under arrest.
Actress Stabbed By Sister. Clove
land. July 21. Miss Eliza Warren, n
woll known actress and bond of a local
school of elocution nnd ncting. prob
ably was fntally Blabbed today by her
sister, Mrs. Mury Sutton, who was
W. "W. AHANA CO.
G? South King St,
IN FOREIGN PORT
Friday. July 30.
NEWCASTLE Arrived July 2:
8. S. Lord Derby, from Elcclc, Juno
OAVIOTA Arrhcd July 30:
S. S. Rosccrans, from Kaanapall,
HONOIPU-iArrlvod July 30:
Schr. Muriel, from San Francisco.
VIM5LE88 S. 8. Nippon Maru will
nrrlvo from Yokohama this 0 p. 111.
nnd sail for San Francisco tomor
row (Saturday) nt 10 a. 111.
Per stnir, Maunn Kea, Freeman,
from Hllo, July 31. D. Damon, J. A.
Kennedy, J. M. Dowsctt, 8. Kennedy,
Miss Zlgler, F. J. Whlto, Mrs. Whlto,
Mrs. Southgate, Mrs. H. J. Watcrhouso,
Dr. L. Lewis, Dr. Btubbs, Mrs. C.
Hedcman, Dr. V. CIoos, Dr. F. Hcde-
man, Mrs. M. C)oos, Miss D. Mother,
Miss A. Hedcman, E. Hcdcmnn, Miss
COoldsmlth. Miss N. 8tcrry, M. Gold
smith, Jas. C. Lawrcnco, Miss lllack
burn. Miss McClcllan, flcn. McClel-
Ian, Miss M. Watcrhouso, Mrs. Dot-
tomlcy, Misses Hitchcock (2), Mrs.
Jno. Wntt, nnd two soiib, P. S. Home,
Mrs. Home, Miss Home, Master
Homo, L. Severance, Mrs. Severance
F. Harrison, Mrs. Harrison, Misses
Harrison (6), J. D. Kennedy, R. Ly
man, M. R. Fltzslmmons, Cnpt. Brad
ley, W. A. Todd, Master Morse, J, T.
MrCrosson, Mrs. McCrosscn, Miss Mo
Crosscn, It. W. Atkinson, Mrs, Atkin
son, Miss I). Taylor, Itev. Simiskl, W.
Hlndman, Mrs. Hlndman, Misses Rnl
napu (2), Rro. James, Ilro. Eugene
Jns. Mellaril?, C. F. ailllland, Miss
Hart, MI3B Thomas, Mrs. W. O. Walk
er, H. R. Hryant, Miss Joskins, II. E.
Iilnn, P. W. Illuct. It. T. Dnnston
J, .1. Pago, Jno. Hind, Master S. Aus
tin, Mrs. F. Vlncllos and three chil
dren, Mrs. C. A. Stewart and daugh
ter, II. M. Rnnllio, Miss Rnnlho, Mas
ters Wo (2), It. n. Elgin, P.rp. Felix
Mrs. riryant, Mrs. Oeo. Corbln nnd
tluop children. Miss Swanzy, Mis
Kratz, Mlrs Adams, .1. C. Hofgnnrd, F
8. Knight Mrs. Knight and four ser
vants. Miss T. Parker, Miss H. Brad
ford, Mrs. Watcrbury, Mrs. Livingston
Mrs A. C. Dowtelt and four children
and servant, Mrs. A, Conradt, Mrs. L.
A. Paint and three sons. C. Wlderman
Mrs. Wlderman, Mnster Wlderman,
Miss Hcwlt, J, O. Young, Mrs. A. Iloylo
and child, A. (lay, Miss M. Kokl, Ya
suda, T. Dlackwcll, TornBbon, F, P
KIIII011, Hen You, Miss E. Hen, Mlsr
L. Y. Chin, Master Hen Fong. It. C
Drown, Muster Drown. J. II. Ward,
Miss Robinson, Miss Sherman, A. Tn
vares, H. Decker. J. Anjou, Chock Hoy
Hairy Men, W. P. Kupiilnnl, Mrs. Ku-
manouli nnd two daughters, A. Fin
nnrcs, Mrs. Tavorts and four children
and servant, Jas. L. Coke, II. T. Mills
J. E. Cameron, C. H. Drown, E. Wala
holo. Miss I. Sylvu.
Per T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Maru.
from Yokohama, July 30. For Hono
lulu: Hugo A. Rnuscli, O. Twoso
Through: II. K. Fry, F. A. flclsthorpo
Miss V. Judy, Miss J. E. Lchcns, Mrs.
M. I). Madden, Master J. H. Madden,
Master B. Madden, Master O. Madden,
Master Teddy Madden, Mrs. II. E.
Manwnring, Miss (Ilndya Manwurlng,
S. Nakaya J. O. Proscott, Y. Sakural
A. W. Taj lor. W. W. Taylor, MIsb Tier
ney, Miss Wnltc, II. W. Wilting.
THE KUKUI. Ilghouso tender, which
went down to Kauai with Lighthouse
Inspector Lieutenant Houston on
board, returned last night. Sho was
mtnt alritn flu llin Inliaunn. Ilnp Din.
jchu Muru Irom Japan. On account of
this error on tho part of tho look-out
man, the customs, Immigration and
quarantine officials woro hastened
down from their meals In order to
catch tho steamer, which wbb coining
nt full speed. Horr Hayer, of tin.
stumship department of Huckfcld &
Co., also mado a Jump from his mod
and rushed down to tho foot of Van
street to catch tho customs launch
Wnterwltch. Unfortunately for these
officials, however, when outside the
harbor they found that tho stcamci
they woro heading for was not the
Mnnchu Maru, but tho Kukui.
THE MAUNA KEA, returning from
Hllo this morning, brought 11 full load
of passengers, from Hawaii and Maul.
Among them was It. C. nrown, chief
Inspector of Immigration, nnd his atari
of Interpreters. Ho returned fiom
Maul, whi-ro ho went to register the
HawnllHii-born Chinese. Mrs. George
R. Carter and children also lottirncd
today fiom a well-earned vacation on
Hawaii. J. M. Dowsett, 0110 of tho dl
rectors of tho Inter-Island Steam Nav
igation Company, camo back from his
business nnd pleasure trip on Hawaii.
PURSER PHILLIPS of tho Maunn
Kcu, which camo In this morning from
Hllo, reports tho following sugar on
Iluwnll ready for shipment: Olaa,
2C00I; Wulakea, 24,000; Hawaii Mill
7B00; Walnakii, 8300; Onomoa, 13,500;
Pepeckeo. 8200; Hononnt, 5900; Haka
lau, 21,500: Laupanoohoo, 21,000;
Ooknla, 0100; Knknlau D., 4791; II..
ES20; Hnmakua, 3G.000; Paauhau, 14,
000; Honokaa, 12,000; Kiikulhaelo
1000; Punaluu, 10,188; Uomiapo, 5880,
A. M. I P. M. .
In .vi. mo 01 nu i-i; iU
1.7.11 31 1 W fil fifMI e M
1 J 1 1 9
!iio oj. ft at : .'
1 ci 2.1 mi 11 is1 37' t, 3.1 1!
1 113.1 1 II 7MI0 10 S3I
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3 Wit -J.-W 7. VI 10 10 SSI
HUI 3 Jl Stl'll OH 8 31
Full moon Aug. 1, at 10:43 a. tn.
Uriaunllan atAnrturri lltnat l III llulim
40 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tbi meridian or 157
livriwii 9n mlmitAB Tl n time whtstlaa
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is the saton
as areenwlch, 0 bourn 0 minutes. Suu
and moon are for local time tor too
Friday, July 30.
U. 8. L. II. Tender Kukul, from
Knunl, 9 p. in,
T. K. K. 8. H. Nippon Mnni, front
Yokohama, 8 p. in,
Saturday, July 31.
Stmr. Mnuna Kea, Freeman, fiom
Hllo, 7 n. 111.
Friday. July 30.
Stmr. Clnudlnc, for Maul and Ha
waii ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Llkcllko, Nanpnla, for Hono
kan, 12 noon,
Stmr. Noeau, Sachs, for Kauai, G
Saturday, July 31.
T. K. K. 8. S. Nippon Maru, Fllmor,
for Sail Francisco, 10 n. m.
I DUE TODAY
T. K. K. S. 3. Malichu Maru, from
Stmr. Klnau, from Ivjunl ports, n. m.
Stmr. Mlkahnla, from Molokal and
Maul, 11. m.
I DUE MONDAY
T. K. K. 8. S. Tenyo Mnrufl from
Jan Francisco, a, m'.
M. N. S. 8. Lurllno, from Hllo and
A.-ll. S. 8. Texan, from Seattle.
' T, K, K. 8. 8. Tenyo Maru, for Yo
kohama, p. m.
M. N. S. 8. Lurllno, for Snn Fran
cisco, 0 p. m.
Stmr. Mnuna Kea, for Hllo, 12 noon.
Stmr. Mnuna Loa, for Kona nnd Khii
ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. Kinau, for Knunl ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Mlkuhala, for Molokal and
'Mnul ports, 3 p. m.
M. N. 8, 8. Hllonlan, from Sim Frau
Cisco. A.-II. 8. 8. Alaskan, from San Fran
cisco. U. 8. A. T. Logan, from Manila.
I PAS6ENOER8 DEPARTED
Per stmr. Clnudlnc, for Maul anil
Hllo ports, July 30. Miss M, 11. Uaker.
Miss J. I'lerco, K. L. Chabo, D. II.
Lewis, MIsb Agnes Alexander, W, C.
Emory. Rlrhnrd Lllllc, C. E. Copoland
.mil wlfo, N. Constable, wlfo and child.
) Per T. K. K. S. 8. Nippon Maru, for
Sun 1-rnni-isco, July 31. F. Kohsc.
PAS8ENOER8 BOOKED I
Per stmr. Mnuna Loa. Slmerson. for
Konn-Kiiu fiorls, Aug. 3, noon. Mrs.
I). K, tinker nnd 2 children, MIsb Lis
ter. C. L. Ileal, 7.. K. Moyors, I). 11.
Mnconuchie. L. Miicfnrlanc. R. Smith,
Mrs. .1. O. Smith. W. M. McQuald, W.
M. Ur.ihnm and wife,
Muunger lleitscho. of tho Young.
Moana and Hawaiian hotels. Is feeling
very pleased with tho way thn toin.
Ists ate coming in, and ns the Mo.inu
hotel is absolutely full, ami the Y011117
and Hnwallan ate neatly the same,
he has every reason to ho so.
"Yes," icmarkcd Mr. Hcrtscho this
mointug, "Wo aro full up at tho Mo
ana, nnd tho now addition will b0 vory
wolcoino. As soon uu arrangements.
ns regards somu land, can bo made tho
ImpiovcnifiitB will go ahead."
Tho addition to tho Moana hotel will
cnnbln the mnnngement to Iioubo twleo
ns many guests ns at present, and It
Is believed that the extension of thn
building will be on tho Diamond Ho.nl
Bulletin Buiineis Office Phone 256.
bulletin EHitorial Room Phoni 185.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. $175, Complete.
TIIE CHARLES D. WALKERS BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St., opposite South St. 1
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