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Lcflbl Chapter No. 2 Reg.
" Honolulu Second Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Oceanic Second Degree
nil visiting membei o( tne
Order are cordially Invited to
irtend meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 F. H.
tuniur rtiAiupfftfti iuciuuwi v
muunc cnointcny 0ther Alio
HARMONY IQDGE. No. 3, L 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. P. Hall, Fort Street.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brother! very cordially
OAHU IQDQE, No. 1, X. of-P,
Meeta every Orst and third Frlj
day evening at 7:30 in K. of P. Hall,
corner Tort and Beretanla. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONE8, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. n. a
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. O. B, M.
h Meeta every first and third Thurs;
Pdays ot each month at Knights or
Pythias Hall. Viiltlng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend. '
P. HIGOINS, Bacbem.
E. V. TODD. C. ot R.
HONOLULU AERIE HO. VF. 0. E.
f Meets, on the 2nd and 4th WED
IjNESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretinla and Fort streets.
ft Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. R. RILEY. W. P. ri
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU IODOE 616. B. P. 0. E.
jf Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Kln
p Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7; 30 o'clock In K. of P
Hall..rnr. Fort and Deretanla. Visit.
Ling brotheis cordially invited to at
It. A. TAYLOR, a C.
' E. A. JACOBSON. K. R. 8.
! TALK8 OF OUR NAVY
BaysfThat American Builders Have
i Advantage of Others.
NEW YORK, Juno 15. Sir William
White, K. C. B, the retired director ot
naval) construction ot the British Ad
mlralty. who built roost of England's
brjtggeat war. ships, Is In New York for
LnOirtnf Anmrli-nn trln In nn Interview
fclvenf out Hhortly after his arrival
JSIr William talked of naval construe-
ftlon rfere and nbroad.
? "I seo no reason why the United
jBtatei should not have a large Navy,"
said Sir Williams. "With your over
sea commerco, which Is steadily grow
ling, nfrd your foreign possessions, this
'country needs a big Navy. Tho united
States Navy has had a great advan
tage over the navies of many other
nations. There was practically no
Navy here to speak ot up to the time
of tho Civil War. Naval construction
began later In this country, and thus
the United States Navy lias benefited
by other nations' experience, and at
'tho sama time it has applied Us own
skill "and Ideas.
V "Tho Navy belongs to tho Notion
fnnd dot to a political party. It was
wrong; to bring pplltlcs Into tho Navy,
,Wp hurt r recent Illustration In Eng
land ft this, Orst during what Is
)nown as tho war scaro and secondly
nt tho recent electlous,
"The future of shipbuilding must
depend very much ou what the unltod
ngeuiilty of all tho ship designers In
o vprld may bring about. It U not
..be work of ono uiau It b a matter of
uvojutlon and competltlou."
IRS sditorlsl rooms 250 buil
intii, office. These are the telephone
lumbers of the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNO.
Friday, June 2$.
F, A. Hunlnch, Lntialna, Maul; Don
ald Currle : C, H. Day. II. 8. Army:
Jno. Hind, Kohnla: Oswald Hind, K
hala; N. C. Wlllfong. Illki) Cha. Will
fong, llllo: lrank Richmnnd. IIIlo;
W. Irnln, Waialua.
Thursday, June 24.
L. Honabroiich., S. I'.; A. N. Oadd,
S. F; Miss Mlnnlo Severance, Phila
delphia: Harry Galnlty. Philadelphia;
Harris McGulre, Philadelphia; Huhcn
Farley. Philadelphia: R. R. Drake,
Cat.. IC. J. Lesion, Cal.! (1. Campbell
Los Aug : F J Dlnkley, Wash.: I I).
Blali and wife, CaL: DAvld I.essar,
S. F.: J. Modclstcln. London, Eng.;
Capt J. R. Foster, Cal.; T. Fahy, S. P.;
Carlton Chase, $. F.; Harry Stuart
8. Fj Miss M. Rockwell, Now York;
Miss V. Stcek, 8. F.; Mis O. Steck,
S. F.; Miss tthel Canfleld, S. F.j F.
O. Brton, Wellington, N. 7.. Geo.
Uhler Wash.; Mrs. M. II. Coombs. 8,
9. Sierra; E. II. McDuffle, Seattlo;
R. P. 8chouler and wife, Taroraa; Nail'
cy T. Hunt. Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. L. IC,
ArvU, Sealllo. Wash.; A. .1. Klefcr,
AT THS HAWAIIAN.
Thursday. June 24.
Beth Long. New York; Evlyn Shaw,
N. Y,; Mr. E.T. Mills, 8. F.; Gladys
Chiffon 8. F.,; Rita C. Abott, 8. F.;
Mils Leslie Csthcart. S. F,; Miss Mary
Alnsfle, B. F.; C. F. Justin, Los An-Wear-Mr:
ami Mrs. F. M. Fulty. San
to-Barbara"; Mrs. Lou Coggshcll, Santa
Ilnrhiir.Tt HbitIr McQulro. S. F.: Har
ry JVlcQuire, 8. F.; Miss F. Bonnettl.
Santa Maria, Cal.: Miss Edltli Adams,
Santa Msrla Cal.; Geo. Allen. Miss
UftzlA Nl.vorl. 8. V.: Miss Hazel Hall.
8. F.J E. B. Hayden and wife, Port,
land, Or.; Dr. and Mrs. Swenton, Van
couver, TL; C.i C. A. Mllllnger, Lima,
Pe'nir '0. A. Becker and wife, Loa An
Wf4nftHav. Juna 23
R: W. Stussu anw wife, Kohala;
Chas. W. McLeod, Walpahu; J. A.
Dower, Pahaia; C. II. uppmcoti. jus
(Continnefl from Page 1.)
voyage to tho Islands. He was ac
companied by Mrs. Buckland' on the
tJ? E? Arnsforth Is a prominent
Portland (Ore.) banker. He Is ac-
cdmpanled by Mrs. Alnsworth, nnd
they are returning from nn extend,
ed tour of the East.
Captain and Mrs. S. V. Occleston
are lying over at Honolulu from a
trip to the Far East.
Captain Rodman of the United
States cruiser Cleveland boarded the
Manchuria at quarantine this morn
ing, lie met Mrs. Rodman, who has
been spending some months In China
and Japan. Mrs. Rodman will re
sumo the Journey to San Francisco,
following the departure of the Cleve
land. Lteut.'Gen. Hoeckner Is connected
with tho German army stationed at
Tsingtau. He Is returning biome on
leave 01 nusence.
Lord Poulett, Lady Poulett nnd
suite are returning tq.EnglanU after
a visit through the East. They have
been sojourning In India and other
possessions of Great Britain. The
party will remain over at Honolulu,
taking a later steamer for the main
land. R. Lewis, Mrs. Lewis and party
are well-known Portland (Ore.)
MONKEY WOBTH $1,000,000 BEAD
SEATTLE, Washington, June 10.
"Charles I.", educated monkey,
valuod by his owner at $1,000,000,
based on the animal's earning pow
ers, was suffocated in a baggage car
on the Northern Paclf.c on tho way
fiom Seattle to Portland today. The
monkey, which noxt to "Consul" was
the most famous of educated Simi
ans, bnd Just finished a week's en
gagement at the Orpheum Theater
here. It was booked for seventy-five
weeks on the Orpheum circuit. Its
yearly earning power was )52,000,
or five per cent, ant.ually on II.
000,000. It Is supposed that a steam pipe
In the baggage car hurst, tho ani
mal having been suffocated by steam.
It Is reasonably safe to Judge n
man by the friends he hasn't.
A luwyer'ii wife may be his hard
est trial. Chicago News, I
juteMtliiiyAMSM.. , '-., ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
si : i
The Honolulu Times vras Issued
New Klaxons, platn and fancy nt
Whitney & Marsh.
Householders should take advan
tage of Jordans Rain of Irish Linens.
Customers always ferl at home In
The Fashion Imr. Drop In any time.
Autos, $4 per hour. Lewis' Stables.
It goes without saying that every
thing U Best at The Encore.
7-Soated Auto for hire. Phono 199
James Baker, Young Hotel Stand..
Soda water from Lclthoad and
Woodward, 1203 Miller Is purest and
If you can't kpo that Rainier Is
the best beer brewed, your taste Is
wrong. Try again.
Funny what a dlfforcnco thero Is
between Rainier Beer nnd tho others!
Try, a glass and think of It,
For dlsJllcd water, Hlro's Root
Beer and all other popular drinks.
Ring up phone 71. Consolidated Soda
You get your beer In stclna nt the
Tactile Saloon. A long, 'Cool drink
for 10c."- King and Nuuanu streets.
Dick Sullivan, prtip.
Chlng'Tam SIipcV ndnilnlsIrnlrW of
the estate of C. Wlnam, has brought
suit against J. Alfrol Magoon for par
tition of certain property, i
The great jiopularity of Coca-Cola
attests Its merit. It Is the finest bov
orage on the market today. Bottled
exclusively by Hawaiian Soda Works,
phono C1C. '
Don't fall to order n case of Co:n
Cola for' home use. It Is the most
delightful temperance beverage sold.
Bottled by Hawaiian Soda Works;
phone CI 6.
Tho 81. Louis CoJIege will hold Its
annual reunion this evening! -at the
College Hall and'a large number of In
vltatlons have been sent out to.frlends
of tho members.
Anderson Graco has taken to golf
and although block balled by the
Country Club, has hopes ot Joining
some other association to which Mc
Duffle Is not eligible.
The wren raco which Is set for to
morrow should.be a good one as no
less than nine boats will start iln it.
Tbe race will bo around tho Inside
course and, providing there Is any
kind of a wind, fast tlmo should be
put up. '
The St. Louis Colloge Alumni As
sociation will give Its annual dinner
In the college hall tonight. Senator
Lane has been chosen as master of
ceremonies. The Brothers of tho
college will be present, as will also
lllshop Libert and Dr. Cowes.
Inquiries have come to the Act
ing Governor from the mainland as
to the nmount of pineapples and sug
ar raised In Hawaii,' from a com
pany, which makes machinery for
manufacturing denatured alcohol and
Tho letter of Inquiry states that
tho company Is considering coming
here with a. plant to make pulp and
paper from the fibers of tropical
plans which are especially adapted
to this end, and that It can utilize,
the waste parts ot pineapples In
manufacturing' denatured akohol.
This morning the divorce decree ot
William 'Savidge and his wife- upon
petition of the former was amended
as requested by tho petitioner,
Savidge) filed a petition several days
ago asking that ho 1)o given the cus
tody of his children us his former wlfo
was not a pr6per perftori to have
chnrgo of them site being an asso
ciate of a person In Honolulu whoso
character was not of the best.
Attorney Ughlfoot appeared for the
petitioner and Frank Thompson for
Mrs. Bavldge and tho matter was ar
ranged In court this morning to the
satisfaction of all parties.
fiavldgo go'.s tho custody of the
children and his wife glvcB a per
manent alimony ot S130 monthly. It
1s understood that she was paid a
lump sum, however, In place bt this
The whereabouts ot Claude Hook
er, who came to Honolulu on the
Galveston, are wanted by his moth
er, Mrs. Mattie Lehman ofFell City,
)nd., and she has addressed a letter
of Inquiry to the Acting Governor,
In this letter rs. Lehman states
that the last she heard from her
son was at Honolulu, and sho en
closes a postcard photo of him taken
In his sailor's uniform, whl:h may
aid In his Identification.
MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA.
Skin sufferers! Drop greasy salves
and nasty luodlclues. That mild,
soothing liquid. D. D. D. Proscription
stops the awful Itch with tho first
drops. A doctor's prescription of ac
knowledged value. Get a bottle at
Honolulu Drue Cn,, Tort street,
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
I PA8SEN3ERB ARRIVED
1 ., .... . 1.
Per stmr. Manna Kea from tlttnand
way ports. Juno. 2 J. Mh K. Tyler,
Mrs. II, B. Darker, Miss O. I.amliPrt,
Miss E. Tullock, J. M, Rlggs nnd wlfo,
Mrs. J. 8. Cnnario nnd daughter.
Misses Gosling (2), N. Iloverldg? Mis
L. Duchaekly, C. Wlllfong. N. O. Wlll
fong, D. Knlanl. wlfo and dsiiKhter,
Miss II. IJnln. Ilro. Albert, Rroj Mat
thias, W. McQuald. V. A. Richmond.
Wm. Mulch. Miss Adklnson, Miss Har
rington, G. N. Nnjusa and wlfo, Sister
Susanah, Sifter Erhriam. -Mrs. B.
Fraga and daughter. Mis. 1). O. Slew
art, 8. B) FuJIyawa J. O. Cluney, D.
Correa. Mrs. M. Corrca, Iwamoto and
wife, Mrs. Adhert. Bro. Vlnccit, Bro.
Raymond. O. I.. Duckworth nnd wife,
E. Horner, Miss Winter Miss McCor
mlck, Jas. T. Taylor, M. Dinrto, wlfo
nnd 2 children, Mrs. Koblnny and 2
children, Geo. L. Brown, Jna. Rock,
W'. L. Bond, Miss M. Kempslor, Miss
Rogcrsi Miss B. Clarko, O. Hind. Mrs.
J. R,- Pearee nnd daughter Lou You,
Capt. C. Hay, CnpL Forsythe. Dr. Ed
wards, U Akakn, J. W. Monnaull, J.
M. Erera and son, B.M. Knnnkamil
and son, Miss L. Mcslek. C. A. Mel
linger. Miss C. do Lima, J. Baptlsto
and wife. Dr. E. V. Wilcox. E. A. Don
thltt, A. A. Wilder, A. M. Brown, Miss
Y Croiler, oh. Botha, A. E. Carter,
J. K. Walamau, II. Glbbcl. Wra. Green,
D. Conway, Dr. D. II, Currle. F. A
Hacmlsh, G, Fook Sam, Master Ijtm
Ko Wah. H. Kaehii nnd wife. Hong
Chock, Miss F. Woo.
Per CM. 8. 8. Manuka, from Van
couver, Juno 24 For Honolulu: Mrs.
II, O. Mathcson and two children, Mr.
Miliar, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cook, Dr, and
Mrs. Swrnerton, Mr, Stanley, Mrs. Or
vis. Miss Hunt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Shoe
maker, Mr, McDuQIo, Miss Young,
Miss Corrtn, Miss Shannon, Mr. and
Mrs. Hayden, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman,
J. Millar, J. H. Campltt, Mr. Marnle,
Mr. Wcatherby. Miss Plant.
Per P. M. 8, 8. Manchuria from
Hongkong via Japan 'ports E. C.
Bank. C. R. Buckland. Mrs. C. R,
Buckland, Miss A E. Bailey, E. Brown,
Mrs. Brown, Captain S. V. Occleston,
Mrs. Occleston, Mrs. C. 8. Hplilday,
E, P. Hollldny, Mrs. J. II. Hoyt, Miss
E. II, Hoyt. Georgo Hunter, W. W.
North, Mrs. North, Miss H. North
Lord Poulett, Lady Poulett, Mrs. 11.
Rodman, I. O. Upham.
PASSENGERS' BOOKCD, I
Per P. M. 8. Manchuria, for San
Francisco, June 28. Mrs. II. Rcnjes,
and daughter. Miss E R Cowan, Miss
Ella Smith, Miss J. Leigh, Miss Bertha
Clark, Miss C. Gazcll, Miss It. Gatell
Miss B. Weight Mr. and Mm. W. W,
Taylor, Ferdinand Ellcrman, wife and
daughter, Mlsa J, Tanner, Miss G II.
Flanders. Miss M. L. Flanders, Miss C
W. 'Flanders, Samuel Parker, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H, Long, Mr. and Mrs. II. C.
Ewlng. W. Smith, Ben Fulton. Mr. and
Mrs, D. P. Harrison, Mrs. Roaf, Mrs,
Ellis, Mr. nnd Mrs, Charles Elslon,
Mrs. M. Benton, Mr. and MreNbl-
dekc. Miss Noldeke, E. Bishop, Mr,
and Mrs'. L. Ames, Mrs. A. Hasbrouck,
Joseph Nell J. Lewis, William Burr.
Miss Ul Burr. Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Walsh and daughter., J. Stern, E.
Holmes, Doctor Eubank and wife,
Mrs. J. A. 'Hopper, Mies M. L. Hop
per, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Turner, J. T.
Roder. Henry Mcllne Company, (thca'
trlcal), R. G. Henderson, Brooks
8mlth, L A Walker, E. Jt !rd, Marlon
Lord. Herbert Lord.'F. E. 'Thompson
Jr.. Miss Mabel Wond, Mrs. William
Savidge and child, Miss Mary Johnson,
R. W. Btucsscr, C, W. McLeod W. R.
Strlcklan, Mrs. A. L)ls, M. Machlda,
I WATERFRONT NOTE8 I
THE STEAMER KINAU brought a
shipment of 2500 sacks of sugar from
Kauai ports. The vessel remained at
Honolulu only long enough to dis
charge this Cargo and sailed yesterday
aft or noon for Kallua taking a special
excursion of persons who are to at
tend a missionary gathering over on
tho Big Island.
N FOREIGN PORT
I Friday, Juno 24,
Yokohama Arrived, June 24', 8.
S. Korea, hence June 13.
Hllo Sailed, June 23, 8. B. Enter
prise, for San Francisco. .
POLICE C0UBT' JOTTINGS
There was nothing doing nt the
poflce court this morning, on the
District Court did not Bit. All the
county offices were closed In "memory
of the late Senator Harvey, and there
was an air of mourning everywhere.
At the -police station two men had
beer, gathered In for Investigation,
and a solitary drunk was sleeping In
a cell. Chief McDuffle was upstairs
thinking out a bcheme to capture
somo alleged thieves, nnd the rest of
the staff were waiting for word to
raid a gambling Joint.
It was quite a relief when the
fire whistle went nnd everyone got
a movo on, ns the patrol wagon went
out on the run. The fire amounted
to nothing, and soon the force was
back and -wondering when something
would happen again.
Mr'Tor Solo" cardi at Bulletin.
ACCORDING (o rumor n big
steamship war between the Pacific
Coast Steamship Compnny' nnd the
San Francisco - Portland Sleamshlp
Company Is not unlikely, If the lt
ter concern places the new steamers
Bear and Heaver In tho servlnt.ibe
twpeli tho Columbia River nudSnulh.
em Ciillfornl.i. via 8nn IVanls o.
Should the Sau rrnucNe6-Pntlnil
company Invade the southern field It
Is mid the Pacific. Coast 'rompany
will have the President nnd Govern
or call ut Astoria nnd Portland' en
route from Seattle to 'Ban Francisco
and Los Angeles. Tho two companies
aro supposed to Into on agreement
whereby Ihe llarrlmnn interests nro to
keep out nf Puget Sound nnd Southern
BRINGING a fair slsed general car
go, tho Intor-Iilaud steamer Maunn
Ken was nn arrival from Hawaii and
Maul iiortH early Ibis morning., Tho
caldn nnd deck lint of passengers wan
n Inrgo one. Purser Phlllpps roiortn
moderate trade winds and scaion the
homewatd trip. Tho freight list In
cluded Rhtpmcnts of potatoes, 61 sacks
taro, koa lumber, 11 crates chickens
r,l cases honey, 1000 pieces oh I a lum
ber nnd 23C packages sundries.
PURSER PHILIPPS of tho steamer
Manna Kea arriving from llllo nnd
wny ports this morning reports thn
following sugar awaiting shipment on
Hawaii: Olaa 32.C30; Watakca, 9000;
Hawaii Mill 6000; Onomea 1G600; Pc
peekeo 123,000; Hoiiomu 8S00; Haka
Isu 2KO0; Laupahoehoo 10.000; Ooka
la 2C00! Kukalau (D) C86, (II) 4930;
Ilnmaktia 8300; Poauhaii 1900; Honn
kaa 3000; Kukulhncle 1CC0; Punaluu
8000: Houuapo 4M0 Hacks.
OFF1CIAL8 OF the Pacific Coast
Stoamchlp Company announce that tho
steamer State of California will bo
placed on the Hiircka-Sau Francisco
run at the earliest iiosslblo date, and
that eIio has been ready and waiting
to bo placed on this rjn for over
two months past. According to the
captains that cross Humboldt bar It Is
deepening a little, and It is thought
that It will be safe to placo tho big
boats on this run in about a month.
NINE THOUSAND sacks of sugar
from Hawaii hes arrived at the port
by tho Inter-Island steamer Helene.
This vcsbcI has returned after leaving
a delegation of Russians at Hawaii
ports and a number of Filipinos for
Mnul plantations, Tho steamer brought
among other items GOO empty barrels,
17 bales wool, 143 packages sundries,
75 head cattle and 14 calves,
THE OFFICERS' of the Wllholmlna
stated before leaving Hllo that tho
t,tenmor Hllonlan, of tho Matson Navi
gation Company, had been placed on
,0. run which would bring her to that
port on a regular schodulo, Sho Is
making trips at present on n triangu
lar schedule, sailing from San Fran
cisco to Seattle and thonco to Hono
lulu. IIILO SIIIPPINO nt tho time of do-,
part tiro of tho steamer Mauna Koa In
cluded tho echoonor Robert Scarlos
discharging lumber at the railway
wharf, tho schooner Expansion loading
railway tics for Southern California
and tho Matson steamer Enterprise
scheduled to sail at one o'clock on
Thursday afternoon for San Francisco,
ACCORDING TO advices received
hero the Matson Navigation steamer
Enterprise sailed from Hllo on Thurs
day, taking a largo Bhlpmcnt ot sugar
and a number of passongers.
TWELVE HUNDRED tons of sugar
will bo Uiken by tho Matson Naviga
tion steamer Hyailes nt Port Allen.
This vessel Is scheduled -to depart for
San Francisco today.
THE ARRIVAL of tho Pacific Mall
Iln.. V,.c(. nt ViVnlinnin limn liraitf
lllll-l IWIUI HI t.l.UUaiHU, f(,,M,, .
rejiorled yesterday, Tbo vessel Ball-
d from Honolulu for the coaBt of
Asia on Juno 13th.
THE AMERICAN hark Hawaii Is
still discharging a shipment of Aus
tralian cool ut Mahukona.
Malls are ma at Honolulu fiom
paints as follows:
Yokohama Per Manchuria, Juno 25.
Colonies Per Makura July 19.
San Francisco Per Nippon Marti,
Vancouver Per Manuka, Juno 25,
Malls will depart fur the foll"wlo
points o fallows:
San FranclscoPcr Manchuria, June
Vancouver Per Makura, July J9.
Yokohama Per "Nippon Mnru, June
Colonies Per Manuka, Juno 25,
triA, Air. ovuma ilium iiua., iuy 11.
Logan, from Hon, for Munlla, Juno 14 ;
Thomas, ar, 8. 1'. from Hon, Mar, 10, i
Sheridan, from Manilu for Hon, Juno
Sherman, ar, B, F, from Hon, June 11,
ADDITIONAL 8HIPPINQ ON PAGE EIGHT.
t AHRIVEO , DEPARTED ' ""? '
Friday, June 24.
Kauai ports Klnatt, stmr., o, m.
Vancouver nnd Victoria Manuka,
C.-A, 8. S., 5:20 p. m.
Saturday, June 25.
Hllo via wny ports Mauna Kea
stmr., n. m.
Ilnwnll ports Hclcno, stmr., n. m
Por stmr. Mlkahala for Mnul nn"
Lansl nnd Molokal ports, Junta 28,
Mrs. a. P. Cooko. Mr. Mclnytrc, W. A
Csthcart, B. Calhcart. ' Emily Poahn
Mlsa R, Reyes, Miss L. Meyers, Ernest
Meyers, Margaret Me) era, Albert Mcy
crs, II. R. Hitchcock, Jr., Miss Payne
Per stmr. Klnau for Knuai ports
Junp 28. A. 8. Wilcox, Mrs. Wilcox
Miss Allco Al, MIp.1 WUcox, A. Chris
tlnn. Mist Mnry Christian, Miss M.
Ahlng Hannah Jacobsen, Annlo Per
rclrn, ,T. Pcrretra, Miss A, Kolla, Ma
Jor .Willis, Miss Fltigernld. Miss Law
rcneo. Miss M. do Brottevtllo, Mlsi
Itndloy, Miss II. Aknna, MIsb T. Ta
slilina, Mary Oroto D. Prnto, A.Groto
All. Look, MIhs fllhn, Miss A. Bllva
Elslo K. Kapii, Miss Delnert, W. Bry
nnt, II. Biyant, W. Menghcr, Miss E
Hong, K. C, Ahona. M. .Ahona.
Ter O. 8. S. Sierra for Ban Fran
cIsco, Juno 29. Paul do Longpre, Mrs
do Longpre, Miss do Longpro, Dr
It. B. Embant, Mrs. H. B. Embant
Prof. 8cott, Victor 8. Clark, W. W
Tnylor, Miss B. Weight. Miss E. Man
sard, Mrs. Renjes, Miss ItenJes, Mrs
E. Noyes, Mrs, A, llashhrourk. Mini
Lcytou, Mrs. E. Deacon, Mr. and Mrs
J. Nott. Miss M. R. Roe, Miss O
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ross
Miss M, Grace, Miss McGregor, Theo
Nlckclson, C. W. Smith. Miss Hem
Ing. Miss Hare, Mrs. J. Rosenberg
P. Bernlco Cooko, Miss J. Taner, Mrs
M, Restnrlck, Mrs. E. Coulter, Mr, and
Mrs. B. Kohl, Mary T. Moore, Mr. nnd
Mrs. G. A. Becker, Miss 8andry, Mls
L. Molln Mrs. Beaumont, Mrs. C. L
Hoogs, Miss Ryan, Mrs. J. Gregg, Mrs
Noble, Mrs. Werner. E. Horner, ,R. E
Herdman, J. L. Lawrence, Mrs. J. II
Kent, Miss Rosenberg. Miss Wells
Mrs. N. B. Hoyt, Mrs. 8. Burt Mist
Burt, Mrs. M. Elsert, Mrs. T. Wooden
Miss E. K. Cowan, A. M. Scott, Mis
Woodford, Miss M. Moasman, Mlsa
Olasscack. II. W. Elsert, C. D. Miner
Mrs. C. BUon, John Hind Mrs. O. A
Hnrkor, MUs L. Tylor, J. Sterns. G
A. Harker, Mr. and Mrs. Crcssaty, W
W. Klrkland. J. D. Neal, D. R. Moss
man, W. E. Bell, MIbs Zleglcr, Mist
L. W. Smith, F, A. Richmond II. T
Clark, Mrs. A. Lyle. Miss M, Walsh
Mrs. Ella Austin, Mrs. T. II. Croiler
Mrs. W. A. McKay, Miss M. M. An
lrado, Miss J. M. Barker. Mrs. L. E.
Arnand, J. Garcia. C. C. Hilts, Judge
W. A. McKay Mrs. nnd Miss Need
ham, M. Rosenberg, W. Allen, Mrs
8. Decoto, Miss J. E. Grey, Mrs. A.
Knight, Mlsa M. Horner, Miss E. A
Cameron, Miss E, Jncobson, Miss M.
O, Borden. MIbs N, Moore, Miss M.
M. Cooko, J. R. McLean Mrs. Mc
Lean, Miss A. H. Lycett, Miss Flor
once Leo. Mrs. and Miss Douglass, Mm
J. Tv Lewis, J. Andrado Jr., Mlsse3
j. i, i-ewis, j. nuraoo ur..
Ruth nnd Cornel a Gelsnel. C. A. 8 mn -
... ...ijlrs. -nou, iir reine. uarr
.' i ,, ,. . ' V. . V tZa Hughes. Louis Warron, W. nuckle. M.
,M"; V" .VWn'' ,FU r''C- C1- A- - foo. Mrs. P. Q.
ord W. J. McNeil. Bro Morris Bro. ra(J
Eugene, Miss A. A. McCord. Mis. E. rady; K AM Qco ,
O. Cameron, K. 8. Lldgate, A. P . wmiams. Miss E. Lloyd. Miss II.
Cookc- . j Lloyd, Mrs. C, Crewcs, B. Baylor, Hen-
ry N. Clark, Geo. Bruns. Miss Mary
A FAIR-SIZED general cargo left Crewes. Miss A. Bertloman, L. Hart,'
for tho wlnward of Hawaii by the u y, jjaUp g Battery.
steamer Llkellko sailing for Hamakua , ,
ports yesterday afternoon. ' I r-BULLETIN adr pavm'
These Cigars Profit
You Not tbe U. S.
' I l VI 1 ... '
We might make our cigari in Cuba. But we couldVt
make' them any b e 1 1 e r,' and the duty' would double 'the
COSt.v ' '"
So we save fully 50 per cent., by having our factory iu
Tampa, Floridawhere Cuba's climate prevails.
Here we employ tone but Cuban experts the best
cigar tavkeds in the world.
Our tobacco is the nick
of the choicest Havana leaf
crown selected from the
.stalk mellowed on .native
toil and prepared in our
own Cuban warehouses.
No man who knows the
delight of pure Havana
tobacco will (ail to aopre
date the Van Dyck "Qual
ity." AT YOUR DEALERS
MA. 0UNBT & CO. "The
'.. ,..'! ,wu . nin n , , ,, Vx"inBl4i!Mi!TT
Friday. June 24.
Knllun Klnau, stmr., 3 it. m, '
Mnul nmj Hawaii ports Claudtne,
stmr., 5 ji. m.
Saturday, June 25.
Austrnllnn ports via Suva Manuka,
C.-A. 8. 8., 1 p. m.
, rnoai.nui.na UbfAHItU
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kallua, Juno
J4, 3 p. m. Rev. T, H. Oullck, Rev. W.
B. Olcson, Rov. J, P. Erdman, N. For
bes, 8. Richards, Horace Chamberlain,
,V, D, Westervclt. W. H. Rice, A, A.
Jbcrsolp, Mrs., Kcllctt. L. D, Kelllpln.
Mrs. J. A. Wnl.Irs. W. P. Klna, Miss
Kawrala, Mrs. Julian Pcatui, Emma
Onokra, Miss Makea, Mrs. Kauae and
child, MIbs Kahala Kalau, Snmmle Lo
in Allco Spencer, I.lzzlo Punlkl, Mrs,
J. K. Lota, Miss I.cl Mauhlll. J. II; 8.
Knleo.fD. P. Kcllctt, S. Kauemoml,''.!.
K. Kfipnu, 8. Mapu, Mrs. Lily, Mche
ula, Ho Kwnl Lak, Lo Y. Sit. Yeo Kill,
Mrs. Gullck, Mrs, Chamberlain, E. J.
Ileece, Mrs, M. K. Nnkulnn, Mrs. Ma
inuliij Mrs. Kppahu. Mrs. Hoaplll, Mrs
S. Peck, Mrs.,1). K. Watson Miss Ma
lice, Mrs. W, 8. Shamton, Uzzlo Spen
cer, Mrs. Bowers, Mrs. Ohala, Mrs.
rtoso Kane, Mrs. 8. Lao, Deborah
Snipper, Mrs. Kannhfle,i,S. K. Pulo,
II. IC. Poopoo, Chas. Mahoe, 3. K. Ka
maloplll, nov, J. A. Aklna. -Winston
Aklna, Rev. Mr. Nakulna, L. W. Daw.
son, It. Puulkl, D. P. Mohlhlla, J. K.
N'uuaau, R. M, Castro, Yuen 8uck,
ttovi .1. 8. Nnele, Rev. I). Murray, W.
Beekley, Rov, J. Kekaliuna, L. D. ICo
lllplo. Rev. H P. Kaalo.
Per stmr, Mauna Loa for Kona and
Kau porta June 24 Mrs. C. 8. Hpl
loway, Lena Conant, Nellie Conant,
Miss Akerman, Jsne Alerman, E!ma
Conant, Fred Conant, F. 8tenor. Edith
August, Elmer August, M. Magoon, L.
Magoon, J. Lino, Leo Tom. Cnpt. Win
er, Mrs. Winter, Mrs. C. F, Hart.
Mrs. Klmokeo, Miss A, Magulre, Mrs.
I. A, Magutro. -Mrs. C. J, Robinson,
Mnry Brown. Isabel Brown, J. A. Ma
goon, Mrs. Magoon, Lona Jarrctt. Al
lecn Jarrett, Miss Clark, Miss E. De
)hs, O. S. liolloway. Miss Clark. Miss
Petermnn. Miss O. Alu. C. W. Ashford,
H. Mlkl. 8. K. Pedro, W. H. Rice. Mrs
Rico, Miss Forrest, Rev. W. D. Wcs
terrelt. Miss Clinton. P. D. Kellett Jr.
Mrs. Kellett. Joseph Bright, Rev. J.
M. Lldgate, Mrs. Roto Kane. II. Kano.
Miss L. Kahoa. Mtts K. Pulcloa. Miss
M. Kahoa. ,
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Hllo and In
tcrmellale ports, Juno 24 5 p. m.
Mrs. Ida Klmeaton, J. !.. Cockburn,
Miss Rodrlgucs, Miss S. Kallno, Mrs.
W. E. Bcckwith, Miss L. Might, Mrs.
R. B. Olcson, Miss Ilamiestadt, Miss
Morris, Miss Alona, Miss Nugototanl.
Edwaitl Lyons, Mrs. HooptI,. II. M.
Ayrcs, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cleaner,
Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. M.. Scholtz, Mm.
O. A. Arnold. Miss C. Bctts, Miss Eng
lish, Miss Julia Belts Mrs. A. II. Hart,
Mrs, Koohokalolc, A. Slender, II. Slen
der. F. Muclel. It. B, Walker, K. Mo
Kenzle, W. Hala,, J. 8. King. A. C.
I'CBiir.i, A. Neenan, Mrs. J, Smyth.
Robert Smith, J. W. Mncklnzle, Mrs.
A. T. Anderson, E. M. Johnson, W. F:
l'cr stmr. ciaudlno for Maul and
Hawaii ports, July 1
1 ... ' ' , ..
-S. 8. Paxson.
All the rare fragrance
and sweet mellowness of
the "Imported" is retained '
in this icigar, All the ex
pense attached to the word
And there's a Van Dyck
"Quality" cigar for every
taste. They come in 27 dif
feient sizes thin and mild,
fat and full-flavored.
Smoke one today,
3-F0R.25o TO 25o EACH
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