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'icahf Chnplcr So. 2 nog.
.Honolulu Second Degree.
llannllan Third Degree.
Oceanic Second Degree.
All vlslttliK meuibeit ul too
Order are Lordlull) Invited to
attend meting of local lodge
nl 5 i?i
uu im "
Mondays of j
...1. ma,IT, '
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' oih Ao
I KNEFICIAL AJSIATIOK. ciationi cor
R HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
' Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
i E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
, All vlfiltlng brothers very cordially
, OAHU LODGE, No. 1, E. of: P.
Meets everv first and third "Frl"-1
t day evening at 7:30 In K. of
corner Fort and Ueretanla. YIHnajqtfCUlauon on tnat suoject... it is true
brolhors cordially Invited to TttlentFfWiaFn-nnmber. of Homo Utile leaders.
WM. JONES, C. C.
0. F. HEINE, K. I, a
..HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. Mrf
Meets every first and thlrdThurs-
daji of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
P. HIQOINS, 8achenc zz
E. V. TODD, C. of R.- I :
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. .0, E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Ueretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. K. KlLEY, . P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.-
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0, E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, D. P. 0.
Elks, meets In tbelr hall, on Kint;
,, Street, near Fort, every Friday even
' !, Vl.ltlnn nrnltinrn m rnrrilallV
' Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL. Sec. -
WM. MoKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P. :
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P
Hall, cor. Tort and Ueretanla. Visit-
-Ins brotheis cordially Invited to at
II. A. TAYLOR, C. 0.
E. A. JACODSON. K. R. S.
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNQ.
Monday, June 20.
, i Sunday, June 19.
Jas. Stern, S. F.; J. II. Coney, Llhuo;
a. F. Rank, Makawcll; II. C, McDon
aid, Washington, D. C; R. O. Hender
son S. F.; Q. Garamettl, Olaa; J, M.
Ross, Hakalau; K F. Nichols, Illlo;
a, T. Rader, Philadelphia; n. N.
Holmes, Everett Holmes, Illlo; Caro
line A. Porter, Hllo; Mrs. M. Deanc,
fcrtS. F.; Mrs. A. Henderson S. F.; R, M.
Denlson, Philippines; Wm. Nlchol,
.Hllo; W. Dlctr, Beattlo; Mrs, F, W.
' Krause, S. F.; Mrs. J. Mlddleton, S.
V.; Mrs. W. F. Dlgnnn, S. F.; Henry
kOhlandt, S. F.; Wm. Ohlandt, S. F,;
M. Aldrlch, Iis Ang.; W. A. Co-
hey, Llhuo; E. C. Hartman, City.
AT THE HAWAIIAN
Sundr.y. June 19,
(D. O. Rutchart, wife and child Ha
Wiwall; Mrs. iTed Martin nnd child,
Philadelphia; A. T. iionuerson, i.wa
Saturday, June 18,
!' E. E. Battelle. Walluku; 0. S. Ayrcs,
,Clty: C, A. Mllllnger, Punaluu.
'Tor Rent" cards on sale t
PROHIBITION 13 1
HII.O, Hawaii, June 17. Tho Home
rRulo party will have nothing to do
with tho prohibition question; It will
take sides neither (or nor against It.
This Is what Charlie K. Notify, the
veteran leader of the Home Rule1 party
said last1 neck, when he vIbUpJ llilo
for a few dais. ",
"Personally 1 don't.drlnk," Raid Not.
icy, when asked about his par-
I ty stand on the prohibition ques
tion. "1 was taught to leave' liquor
alonri, and I am teachlhg riiy1 children
to leave It alone. This," I believe
1 14 the Aery best kind of prohibition.
"I did not take a Very great In
terest In the prohibition agitation, but
recently, In order to famlllarlzo m-
i self on the subject, I went to Acting
Governor Molt Smith, and from him I
lROt t'10 various laws on the subject' of I
"I"01- l was alne' surprised" to find
that tho present law gave tho Liquor
commissioners absolute powers on the
subject, and asked Mr, Mott Smith
how under these circumstances there
could J)8 any reason for wanting pro
hibition laws, when the Commission
ers could enforce almost anything
"So far tho Home Utile party has
taken tin Interest In tho prohibition
question, and I haa advised the mem
bers of the part), through my news
paper, that every one'of them must
take his own stand on tho question
and vote according to his own convic
tions at the plebiscite, liven after
the plebiscite has been taken, no mat
ter which way It results, the Homo
riule party will hardly take a stand
on the prohibition question. Bach
candidate for the legislature must tie
P.lHSU.-ttfFTPr himself how ho will vote on
such as Kalauoknlanl, Br., and Ka
Iita, as well as others, hao taken ti
pro'inT:ienTI)arr In tho fight on tho
WTS'ortho prohibitionists-but It must
be-.JhQrou.ghly understood, that they
aroJneltln jiqlndlvlditak.ln-tho mat
ter 'nndjtlleJF actjona, fcra'not binding
on thd party."
;.lIr-Notley-went on to say that the
llorhe Rule County convention for this
Island would probably, this jear be
iheM In Illlo, as last time It had been
luld nt Katlua.
It seems very clear that In Illlo
and the surrounding districts the
cause of prohibition Is not ablo to
stand on Its own feet. At least, as
soon as the Honolulu brganlters, Nn
kookoo and Mossman, left for other
pastures, tho newly started prohtbl
tlon clubs went Into a peaceful slum
ber and It doeB not seem probable
that they will wake up again unless
some more" Itinerant workers come
and prod them.
In tho meantlmo there has been
some alarm on tho part of those of
the politicians who believe that the
prohibitionists arq endangering the
self government dca by their metnous.
This exciteme'nf In due to the report
that the prohibitionists In their hunt
for signers for their pledges, included
not only women, but that they took
tho signatures of school children as
wcU. In order to make a showing. All
wan grist that came to their mill, and
many politicians foar that this bunch
of signatures can be used with some
effect In Washington, when their true
naturo there is dlegulsed. There Is n
nredomlnant hole bf lack of conlV
dence In the methods of tho hired pro
hibition workers, who. It is generally
believed, will Btoop to any trickery
to carry their proposition through. It
Is certain that the cause or prohtbl
tlon has lost ground in this commun
Ity during tho past month, and the
funny part of It Is that tho prohlbt
tlonlsts themselves aro responsible for
this, as the liquor 'men havjo been
nowhere In evidence
S Irlkl, chief chemist of MelJI Sug
ar Company, and Masata Nakaso,wa
of Rlnhongen Sugar Mill, both of
Formosa, will leave for Maul on the
Maunu Kea tomorrow to visit tho
nlnntntlnnn on iiiat island. From
there they will propeedto Hawaii,
where they Intend to make a careful
nvestlgatlon of the sugar plantations.
Messrs. Irlkl and Nakasawa are ex
perienced chemists In the Formosa
sugar mills. In order to get n better
understanding of the duties of the
chemists us observed on our planta
tions, they were sent here to famlllar
lzo themselves with that part of the
sugar Industry in tho Islands.
After they have made a circuit of
the Islands, they will leave for Japaij
In the Chlyo Maru, which sails from
this port on the 28th. .
Attorney) Frank Thotnpsson Is about
ton this morning and It Is said that
ho Is getting well quickly and that be
may possibly bo seen at a certain Im
portsnt event that Is scheduled for
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, l per hur.'Lewls' Stables.
Il goes without saying Chat bvery.
thing Is Best at Tho Encore. '
7-S6&ted 'Auto tor lltro. l'hone I bit
James uakei. Young Hotel Stand.
Mrs, 0. L- Dlckenon's entire mil
llilery stock lson Bale at half price.
If you' want a good job done an an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carrlage.Mfg. Cp ,.f27 Queen St, I
aoua water irom Leitneau r ana
Woodward, 12C3 Miller Is purest and
'For distilled .water,. Hlrca Iloot
fleer and' all othor popular drinks
lllng up phono 71. Consolidated Soda
Call at the show rooms and get
twenty five Green Stamps free, every
thing In tho show room Is free tor
Orcen Stamps. Call today oi any'day.
Deretanla opposlto Fire Station. '
Chief McDufflc H en the troll of .1
man who Is n anted for a serious
crlmo said to have been committed on
Saturday nlgnt. A Bmnll girl mvV fn
formation to tho police and a warrant
was Issued for tho man's arrest The
ciso la n disgusting one and tho man,
If convicted maj gel n long term In
'QT I III 10 II IllJrUI
i), LUUlU ALUlTlLll
At Iho annual m6etfng of tho St
Louis College Alumni Association held
nt Driller Hall, Jund 19. 1910, tho fot
lowing offlccrs were elected for the
next j car: President, Dr. Jno. I.
Cones; VIcc-l'resJdeiit, Julius Asch;
Secretary, lie,rman Lemko; Troasur
cr, Manuel K. Cook; Auditor, Wnt.
Chung Hoon Jr.; Directors, Carlos A
Long, Jas. A. Williams, Ulenry N.
Clark, CHas, Osborne.
JtEW SHOW AT OPKRV HOUSE.
Tonight Mr. McRne wlil offer a play
that he feels sure will meet with the
approval of his many patrons, n play
that has enjoyed n micces9ful run -In
Now York and mot with the approval
of thu press and public of ovory large
city throughout tho United Stntes,
"Merely Mary Ann." ,
This play was first presented with
that popular leading woman, Miss li
enor Robaon in tho title rolo and she
Instantly Jumped Into popular favor
and, today is one of (he most popular
of our American stars.
Mr. McRae has given this ploy n
most excellent production and every
member of the cast has been selertod
with careias to the part he will por
tray. This play will run up to nnd In
cluding Wednesday evening nnd on
Thursday arid continuing for the re
mainder of tho week "Dorothy Vern-
non of Haddon Hall, a sister play
to "When Knighthood Was In Flow
er," will be the offering with tl o
ual matinee on Saturday,
WILL FAIL IS
(Continued from Pace 1.)
still a number of witnesses to no
asked to give up what they may
know In regard to an attempt being
made to Influence tho'voto or tho
votes of certain members of the city
ni.d county board. , v
The fact Is generally knoWn that
Member Ahla denied the statement
attributed to him, to wit: that
Crawford had offered a sum of
money fgr his vote, Ahla made pub
lic declaration to this cne;t at a
very recent meeting of the Hoard of
Supervisors. He has disclaimed all
along that Crawford or any other
person who might act as the repre
sentative for tbo paving contractors
had ever approached htm with a
nrotfer of money.
It has been Ahla's contention that
he was simply asked to support tho
measure calling for the paving pi
rbrt street by the Warren process,
It was pointed out to him that tho
thdrouKhfnre was In sore need of lm
provemont, Ho 'has freely nUmUted
that Crawford was the man who, 'in
two instates nt least, nan attempt
ed io eound him for his "opinion.
Out of all the mass of testimony
that has been taken In the Investi
gation, it Is claimed that Aylett has
been the only witness who has made
more or less" direct chargeH against
Crawford, For this reason, the
friends of Crawford claim lliat'thero
Is llttlo or nothing upon which tho
Territorial grand Jury can pin an
Indictment, The)' claim that among
the host of persons who huvo been
called to tefl what Uley knqw1, the
jury has received In the ma'ln a large
and luscious crop ,of wild and
woolly rumors. ' ,
Practically eery member of lite
Doard of SupervUors, with the pos
slb'e exception of Quint; 'and Logan,
has been brought before tho Jury.
It Is presumed that with the ter
mination Qt the Wednesday session
of the Territorial grand Jury, that
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
ONJ! HUNDRED -and thirty first
class passengers can ba accommolaled
on the! n'clnelall liner "Mmlehifrla
duo to arrive here on June -iin fll,m
Hongkong vla.Iapan ports,
.M.lt VLIaArI. l.t'lt ... ., K. ...,1
already' nookid it the ofTlco of II.
ItnilkftiiiV ntiil r'nnmlW. Thh Initio
tlorij'hYfi thjU.tho 'Jlanchnrln will
leave 'ftfre Jm the following day for
Sari FtttnclscVi vXth many empty cab
ins, he totirlftj rush Is' apparently
noV ntirtly1 fair HXkltla;s nn reported
rrom ttiftrt Of tho steamship oHltes.
THE llYADKS, n "Matson NnMga-
tlon freighter having fllsc'iargcd n
shipment? of about twelve liiin'dnit 'tons'
of Keneral merchandise at thl9 port
departed last evening for Kahuliil nnd
from therp will proceed In Port Allen.
At each at th Islaild ports' lbs vossVl
will discharge: sotno general cargo nnd
tako on shipments of mtgar. Thu es
scl will sail from Port Allen to San
THE JAPANESE freighter Kln
Maru with (alKH,i(1Wi thousand tons of
phosphates, froin South nnd Central
American ports'ls'cxpcctcd to nrrlto
nt Honolulu on or about July lilt.
This vessel la n peculiar typo of car
go carrier. Her machinery Itf locitcrl
In tho extreme after pan of tho rIiIu
There 1 a clean sweep of deck fo
word surmounted by a veritable for
est of carpel masts'
AT riVE o'clock this evening tho
American Hawaiian freighter MIssou
rlan Is scheduled to sail for Port Al
len While ..here fifty four hundred
tons of sugar have gone Into the steam
er. The Mlseourlan will take on sit
gar at Kahulut nnd Illlo after lcaV
Ing the Garden Island port It Is ex
pected that tho vessel will get away
from Hllo for Sallna Crui on or about
TWO hundred and fifty Iohb of Aus
tralian coal brought to this porj by
tha Uelglan ship L'Avenlr are being
discharged at tho railway wharf and
will be transported to Kwa Plantation.
The vessel will probably bo shifted
to tho Fort street wharf tomorrow
whero tho remainder of tho threa
thousand tons of coal will be unloaded
and placed on the Irwin lot.
THE FREIGHT list of the Inter
Island steamer Klnau from Knuat
ports Included tho following Items;
C000 bigs sugar from Kekah.i Sugar
Co, 4 empty acid brls, 4 empty gas.
tanks, 17 samplo trunks. 17 bdla.
hides, 10 bags spuds, 20 crts pears, 33
bags taro, 33 brls. honey, DO casei
honey, 40 bags cocoanuts, 1C3 pkgs
A THOROUGH search of tho Paci
fic Mali Steamship China was made
by officers connected with tho local
customs staff yesterday. It was ex
pected that a quantity of opium might
be found. Tho vessel, was scoured
from truck to keelson but' several
hours spent below decks revealed
nothing In tho shapo pf contraband
THE OCEANIC steamer 8lerra Ball
ing from San Francisco at noon on
Inst Saturday is expected to nrrho
hero carls' Friday morning with h
large list of paHscngers. The com
pany of theatrical neoplo who havo
been selected by Munager Joel Cohen
to open tho new Orphcum will arrivo
by this vessel
THERE IS AWAITING shipment
on Kauai tbo following consignments
of sugar according to a report from
the purser of the steamer Klnau: k. s.
M. 2550 bags; K. K. 11. 48DO; K. ,P,
9132; M, S. Cd. 8800; K. 8. Co. 130;
II. M, 1847; O. F. 17,960; L. P. 85.
WHEN THE MATSON steamer lly
adcs sailed from Honolulu for Island
porta and San Francisco that vessel
took about twelvo hundred tons of
sugar destined for coast refineries.
THE ARRIVAL, of tho Norwegian
steamship Hercules nt Portland, Ofe.
Is reported. This vessel re.cently left
a shipment of about, six hundred toiia
of oriental cargo at Honolulu,
YESTERDAY'S arrivals nt tho port
Included the stearnsr Wj G, Hall horn
Kauai ports bringing among o,ther
Cargo CSOO sacks Biigjr and a consign
ment of sundries.
PURSER LOGAN of tho steamer
Hall nrrlvlnir veaienlav from Knual
reports 1847 H,7,9ti0 O and 65 I P,
sugar awaltlng'shlpmcnt at Garden
j. $ .j. j d. 4 $ j s i j it i
body will bo ready to offer bojuo sort
In tho meantime, Crawford goes
about tpun wearing n smile that
simply won't come off.
The City and County Attorney's
office coi.tlmies'to maintain a digni
fied and sphinx-like attitude that
has characterized nil otnUata con
nected with that department since
the Investigation commenced.
And the general public still won.
dera If anbody Is really going to
get bit by a Territorial Indictment
i - t if
Per atmr.'Kluau, -trotn Kami ports,
Juno 19 J. K. Kapunlal,' Mrs. Julia
Pcahl. Miss Kt Mnkrt,' Mrs. P. Salio.
Mrs. E. Onokea, n. AV..Jnidan, .1. Jao-
K'r. n. K, Knnnheo. Mrs. n. Kt Kn
h.l... UlAntA tf.'.lH f- 1 kt,,!,.- 1,
S, Smith, S. K. Kriullll 'c, 11, Herilck.
W. H. Ilai'mieei' A. .. S. Lewis. T. l
Moncnre, II. L. McDonald, C, II. Vnr
iner. (). (1, Taylor. J. II Onney, J,
Stein, 1). Lrlth A. V, 1'M. rs. W. Ihtrr,
Miss Ida Rtirr, Chas. Hull. W, C.
l.jons. F. Rankin's, Nv Ph.il, Geo. Ka
t-o, R. W. Robfnion, llss Wolhke, J,
I.. HJnith, Mm' .1. L. ' HJorth and
child. Master Uric HJoftii' Mnster tier
bort HJorth, Rl G. llenlcraon, 8. H
Paxsoii, W. P.' Roth. V"ll Wlthlnglon
Jr., Mrs. W. II. Wilhlngltm, Jr., Miss
It. HclfcrA, Miss K.ili.ila Kalflun, W.
K Sanmcla C. K. ilaao, Mrs .1. K.
I'.otti. Miss l.el MauhlU, It. Puulkl Vinil
ulxtv deck imRtenecrN.
Por slmr, Mlkahala fiiim Maul nnd
Molokal porls Mr8. Knnnohl, Mrs. Ka
onohl, F. L Hndloy, Daniel Twei'dle,
Mrs. T. Meyers, Miss Mary Stewart,
Geo. P. Cooke.
Per P. M. ft. S. China, frorri Orient
ports'juno Tl: For Honolulu Cltarlcti
Jl. Fowler, Don Ah f'hoy, Mrs. O. Kit
vnhnr.i, M. nkasnwa.
TWO WIUNDRED (persons who In
tend to -snend a lo'.tv I"Vurth of Jul!
o nthn Island of Maul havo nlrcnd)
booked passage )y thn steamer Klnnti
which Is scheduled to nnk'o a siioelnl
irlp to Kahuliil and return. Tlic rnce
meeting and tho spl6hdlit program of
Bporta and other lines of entertain!
ment is the magnet that will succeed
In drawing' n much largo number from
Honolulu. Arrangements liac been
made to ncronimndalo a big1 delcgd
tlon. Tho weanter Mnunn Kea, also
on the berth for n Ktiorl.il Vnlind trl
to Hllo will erry n hundred at IcihU
Prncllcnlli all npplleantH for trins
portntlon will lake Jn (litl Volcano,
A FIFTEEN mtnutp ruin will npply
to tlio ilepirtttro or tlut Matron Nal
gallon Unci1 Wllhelmlun when that
cbso1 sails' tO( San IYanclsco qn Wed
nesday mbrnlng. Tho steamer Is nil
nounceil will cast off her lines nt ten
o'clock. The new regulation will com
pel all vlsltbrs to be on hand before I
9:4G on that morning if 'they desire
to go aboard the vessel prior to hor
sailing' for (lie coast. Tho regulation
is believed will obviate a lot of croft il
tng 4t the gangnaA Incident to the
departhrp or any sterfnier where visi
tors arc allowed 'to coinn' nml go up
to tho last noment.
TilERE WILL be fow unoccupied
bcrtiB on the steamer Manna Kea
when 'that vessel departs for Hllo via
way' ports at noon tomorrow. ',At ho
office bf the Inter Island Steam Navl
gty Ion' Company Ihero Is a very'larga
booking of cabin passengers for' this
particular trip of thn popular Hllo
liner. A largo number of tho Intending
travelers nro oung ptoplo who hnvb
comnleted terms nt thn various schools
nnd colleges at Honolulu and are re
turning to their homes.
INCLUDED IN tho miscellaneous as
sortment of freight brought to the
nort from Molokal. Iinal and Moid
ports by tho Mlkahala was 87p sack's
sugar, 250 head sheep, 17 hogs, 14
crates chickens, 4G2 bales h(des, 100
sicks palal, 11 sacks ta'ro and 74 pac
kages sundries., Tho steamer met with
strong north winds and heavy sea?.
'ACCORDING 16 ndvlcca at tho local
agency of tho American Hawaiian line
tho freighter Arlzontan from Sallna
Viwf. via San Frnuclscn and Pttgcl
Sound will sail from Seattle on July
13th and should nrilvo hero not laicr
than July 2!nd, This Vessel brings
New York cargo by tho way of (he
Isthmus of Tchuantcpec. i
THUS FAR THE MatRon NnUga
tlon Htcamer WlluUmlua has about
six hundrod tons of Rttgar for ship
ment to tho coast. Tho vessel will
also tako on a cnnBlderahlo nuanilu
of plnoapplca and other lines of Ha
wnllan products. Tho liner Will carry
a largo number or cabin passengers,
HAVING discharged a shlnmciit of
1782 sacks sugar, '168 sacks rlco, 60
sacks bran and 34 packages smidilos,
tho Inter Island jiteamor Noeau has
been plac6d on tho berth to sail on n
return trip, ib Kauai at flv'o o'clock
tills oenlng. Tho Noeau cirrlos ci
plosives to tho Garden Island,
THE CABLE schooner FlaurciicB
Ward Is announced w)U sail for Mid
way Island on or about Thursday.
Tho vessel will tain tho usual lines
of supplies for tho llltlo colony of ca
ble operators 'and emploecs maroonod
on tho lonely sand spit In thb mid
THE Amoilcan Hawaiian freighter
Columbian Is reported to havo sailed
from Seattlo for Horinlulii on Satur
day, This vessel Is bringing Now
York, San Franctbco, Portland and
Puget Sound cargo and should arrive
here on or about Juno 27th.
A SHIPMENT of five thousand
sacks of BUgar Is due to arrtvo at
this port from Kauai by the 'steamer
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAGE EIGHTH '
Sunday, June 10,
Hongkong via lapin ports China,
P. M. M. H, it. nt.
Illlo Wllhclmlna, M. N. fl. H , a m.
Knual iiortfi W. 0. Hall, slmr., a.
Kauai pnrlR'-Klnau Rlmr., a. mi
Molokal nnd Mnul ports Mlknhala,
stmr, a. in.
IN JOHEIGN PtrtT
Monday, June 20.
BEATTLK Sulled June 18! S, 8 Co
Ittniblnn, for Ilnnolulu.
PORTLAND Arrived Juno IS! 8. B,
Herculos, hence Jltne S.
SA..' FhAnimscO Arj-Ied June 20!
Uktne. 8 G. Wilder from Malm-
kona May HI.
Malls are cue at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokphnnn Per Manehiirln, Juno 25.
Colonics Per Mnrama, Juno 21.
San j.ancUco-Per Novadan, Juno 22. Mook )mio 2i-C.Mr,' M Mrc.
San 1 ranclaco Per Novadan, Ittno -L llltJrri f, mtchcock, W, C. Hitch
Malls will Jcpart for the follnwiug C0Lki jirgt Hitchcock, Mrs. J. P.
points as follows: Cooke. ,
San Francisco Per Wlllielmlm, Juno pci stmr. Klnau for Kailal ''ports,
2& IJnnc 21 JIIss Benton, Miss narnard.
Vancouver Per Marama. June 21. I Miss H. Hobron, Mrs. Julia Atherton,
Yokohnma-Per Nippon Maru. Juno Jlss F Wrrlrr. Mlss;V. Damon M
Colonies Per Manuka, Juno 21.
Dlx. arrived nt Seattlo May 14.
Iigan, Railed for Manila Juno 14.
Sherman. nriUed nt San Frnlielsco,
Sheridan sailed from Manila. Juno 11.
I PA83ENQERS BOOKED
Per stmr. Claudlno for Maul and
Hawaii ports, Juno 24 Miss Rodrl-
guez. Miss S, Knltie. Mies L. Weight,
Miss R. 11, Oleson, M".ss 8 HannestaJ,
Miss Morris, Miss Alnna. Mrs. M.
Rcholtz. Mian C. Uetts, Miss Ehlrleh,
Mlsa Julia 'Holts, Mrs A. II Hart,
Albert Htoniier, It, Hicnucr, ll n. vai-
kor. Win, Hala. J. 8. Sing.
iMnby. M. Maby, E. E. UarttellQ,,Alox
(Cnntinned from Paec l.t t LonB. Walter Nelson, M, Mongler. A.
from Washington that tho orlglnnl Molnjtrc, N Woo, R. Solomon, D Rod-
.H. .... . i.., .,u r... ,i, , onhurst, D. Makena, A. RclmannWal
alto was not largo cmiugh for ho pro- ,or WoU M,gB 'A K , M
posed building both those bodies left nopp
tho matter' up 'to Kuhlo nnd McClcl- Per M. N. S. 8. Wllholmlna, for Svi
Inn at Washington. rrnn(lcco, Juno 22 Mr. Chas. Utill,
Tho cable sent in response to one " w- Williamson, Mr. H. U. Glffard.
. , ui . .' .u .. u . , Mr- J Evans, Miss Hanna Mcdell.
from Washington to the Merchantn' Mr nn(, MrB Mc,ntogll Mr, T j.
Association horo was dictated by Mr. King, Mr. W. P, CathcarL Mr. II.
von Hanim of the Association and Frcdcrlchs Mrs. W. II, Ullss and 2
was to tho effect that It was the opln- chlldien. Miss Frances S. Smith. Mrs.
i., ,i. ... ,..i,. i.. A. J. Stevens, Mr. Androw Dushncll
Ion of the bu" ncBs community l,ere nn(, imrly M'H ,(,a MonttB110i MR&
that tho Mahukn slto was tho only A. M Stevens, Miss R. M. Elllnvi
ono suited tq thu new bulldlnev and worth, Omsted Awatcr, C. T. Fits,
that If It could 'not bo built, on Hint Mr. J. 8. Held. Mr. Jas, L Holt, tyr.
slta then the plans should bo altered J' ''.' M,cI10'1!,1'.(!l!rJ,',1rI'nMoc"'
... , ,, ,, . . , Mr, J. M. Lovy, Mr. W. If. Darlngsr,
so that a building could bo croctoj Ml8g Cralg( Mrg j. ,, CrlBi M8g'
to fit the uvnllablo Bjiace. Ruth Seybolt, Mr. O. JG. Taylor. Mr.
L This action In granting moro
money by Congress shows that the
,,,.,, , ., . , , .
Merchants' Association chose wisely
In the sentiments oxpressed in tha
cable sent to Washington and that t
had tho desired effect. At the tlmo
it was sent, howper. those present
In the rooniH of the Association 1ml
little hopo that tho site would be In-
creased, but rather thought that tli3
nlans would bo cut down so that n
plans would 1)0 cut down bo tnat n
sultablo building might bo erected on
the land nvaltable.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entcrco for Record. June 18, 1910.
4mrv lilt Ifl m 4n 19 tvt
Kalu nnj )iBb ot al to Hllo Railroad
Co. ,.y i. i...... ll a. Emmans. Mrvf, Vndradq. Mr, C
Entered for Record June 20, 1910, E, Hodge, Dr. P",(l MrK.iJI.,H. Hazel-
from 9 af m, to 10:30 a. ni. "' (ton and Infant, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Knhema Paona and wf to First Rank Kinney and; child. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L.
I of Illlo Lid M McLean, Miss Helen McLean, Mrs.
M, Haiawalluaand"wfVo'T;'K.'iJi. llbe,r? . '"?"' .V't
. . ., I Thompson Jr.. Mr, Thps, II. Doane.
iaKo,a ..r,........, jHm1ss M. A. Dean. Mrs, J. R. Doan.
, ., , , T , 'Mrs. Carwlthen, Miss R. A. Carter,
All men think tlioy nro manly, but Mr, 6nrt MrB 1L ,t. Mo8es aml cnlid
the piajorlty aro entitled to another Mr. and Mrs. D, C. Ilutchnrt unci
estimate. (child. Mrs, Allco Urown. Mrs. II. C.
A wonnn savs It's easy to flatter. Keoncr Mr anrt Mrs' Qeo:c- Deck
A woman says us easy to natter. f Hr ,, ArmatronEi-
a man, hut hurd to keep him flat- .
tercd. mr-BULLETIN AD8 PAY-7MK
lit' 'Ctiba Qw-n Climate '
In Tampa, Fla we malte our cirarsv '
I Thus we, avoid paying a duty that would equal
their cost! ,
ThJl saving is put into the ciro. It shows in '
the tobacco the choicest Havima Jeaf that Ouha
produces; t ' , 1
In the finish the deft Handiwork of expert
Cuban workmen, "
And no imported cigar, nt double the price, ri- 'i
vais in ouamy in ira"rn,"' t in flavor , T
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tor and child, It. 8. Clark, IllRhop
Restrtrick. non nnd daughter, 1). L.
Olestn, Comlo tie Neverlee, Comto
Poggj ill llorgo, Mrs, Medcatf, and
daughter, Jttdgo Yhltney, Miss Elinor
Cowan, Miss W. , Wells. Nan Aspln-
(Wall, Mrs. LorenzCn, 'A. McKcnile, Col
Sain Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Cleaen, u. s. wnito. w. p. Stewart.
Per stmr. Noeau, for Knual ports,
Juno 20. S. Deoilll. ,
Per stmr. W. G. Hnll. for Kauai
ports, Juno 21. Mrs. Hodge, Miss
Mooreltead, Miss Shaw, r
Fernandez Jr., F. II. Fernandez," Mlsi
N. Cniuara, Mrs. Kaiser. A. Anderson,
I l M. Cranu, Mrs. Chas jUrnno, Miss J.
UM. Soper, Miss D. Whtttlngton, Mrs.
O. II ackstndt. Miss HlackRtadt Miss
i L. W.irdmeer, Mrs. E. A. Jones', Miss
11, JoieS, Ml sa M. Jones, Miss C. Jones
W. P., Wlthlngton, Ah Cliack, Fred.
Christian. J. Fassoth. II. Fassoth.
Per stmr. Manna Kea for' Hllo and
way torts, June 21 E. Nedenberg, A.
w. uirtcr, inos. u. uawxins, a. Mac-
Kenz'.o, II. Berg, Mrs. 'C, Podcrson,
Miss Mnddcn, Miss I. Ahrens, Miss W.
II. Al.rcns, Miss M. Williams, Mrs. II.
O. Austin. Marlon Austin Mrs. O. A.
Hark'r, Miss Sjler. J. Hurd. H. Hind,
Get). Dunh. N, R. Hauson, Thps. Coc-
kett, 11. Westcnclt, W. Desha. W.
i-. Auxunuer, i a. mcnuy, ur. u. u.
Rond Mrs Ilond, Miss A. uoml, ll. 11.
i Ilond, J. D. Rond, Mies Undsay, Julia
Werj, Chas. zane, Jack aioir, u. Moir.
Miss Molr, Miss D. Campbell, Miss
Ldgate, Miss D. Lydgate, J. F, Molr,
Mis, 11. T. Walker. Mrs. 8. North. Miss
M. North. R. Shingle, II. l.cwl8.
, Miss Hind. Mrs. J. Hind, Miss Stack
er, Geo. Akau, M. V. Serrao, Herbert
1 Hupp M. Tulloch, Leslie Tulloch. 'lo
'tnt TtMlfnrd Annla l.tmlnnv. tra tl M
Ricahr Kalfe, Mr. J. LLowIrIIsb A.
J' Asplnwall, Mrs. J. O Lorenzen, Miss
Dorn Atwater, MIbs Juliette Atwntor,
MIsg Carr0 McLean, Miss M. C. Drayl
ouri Miss A. Williamson, Mra. J. L.
Cooper, Mr. W. D, Huntington Mr. H.
A- I'tarce, Dr. A. B. Hackott. Mra. A.
. Mnandrs. O.lJ Wight.
r0,,, Mrs. J. 11. Lathrop, Miss Mary
IcCabe, Mr. and Mrs. II O., Clark,
iBs P. B. Dunlop, Miss Elizabeth J.
alllls- - W- Paty K' ""raPbrlcn.
, MoNcll) Mrg McNol, M8S
L shefflcd. Mlsa N. Qulhamptpn, Mv.
A. E. Jordan. Mr. W. Smith r.
lllackley McStccker, Miss Julln, Mc-
"neck;. Vir": TS.T
, K " U. t'S
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IIh 'If 1 Tonnnv flyi Wf ftnnnif
Mrj rn',j jjrs. N. C. lister. Mr. F. ll!