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bvbntko ntTLtwrm, ttonatxttv, t. n, mondat, june 27, 1910.
Hawaiian Second Dcgric,
All visiting memberi of tbe
Otitt aro cordially Invited to
attend meetings nf local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. nail
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other A..0'
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. O. F, Hall, Fort Street.
' E. n. 1ICNDRY, Secretary.
It. E. McCOY, Noble Oraud.
, All vliitlng brothers very cordially
OAHU IQDQE, No. J, K. of" P.
Meets every fir ft and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P-llalL
corner Fort and Beretanla. VIslUng
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONE8, 0. C.
O. F. HEINE, It R. a
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
. Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
P. HIQQINB, Sachem.
E. V. TODD. C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE HO. F. 0. E,
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to Tit-
w. n. riley, w. r.
VM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
Invited to attend.
-JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
OEO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec. , -
WM McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4 th Saturday
evening at 7:Q0 o.'clock In It of P
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothei b cordially Invited to at
tend. H. A TAYLOR. C. 0.
X A. JACOfJSON, It R. S.
f DOTS AND DASHES.
Tho Viking," owned by A'- Myhrc,
non the calling race on tho harbor
jesteiday after an exciting btmgglc.
Tho Ivy was second nnd the Pearl
third. This was the tlrst raco In the
triple series for tho M)hre Cup,
which event will bo decided on
points. The text heat will bn sail'
ed on J til v 10, and another good
race, should eventuate
Tho "Uluct" won out In n polo
gamo at Moinalua on Saturday aft.
ernoon, and their opponents, the
Reds," were beaton by n senro of
10 to 2. Tho "Blues" wero Lemon,
Sam Baldwin, (1. McCorrlston, John
Gfnco and Harold Dillingham, The
"Reds" bad Dr. n.ildwlq, Lieuten
ant Rogers, E. II, Lewis and A. Ma
goon. On Saturday afternoon tho Kal
mukl cricket team beat the II C. C.
eleven In a one-Inning match, and
tho scores were: Kalmukl, 64; II.
C, C, .39. The scores were very
! ,vnmall and most of the batsmen
made "duck eggs."
Tho standing of the teams In tho
Oahu League Is as follows; J. A,
a, ,660; C. A. C .500; P. A, C.
.500fAIarlnes, .313. 1
Frank Spoalght left a silver cup
to be contested for by the Outrigger
Club bo j b on July 4
I! Bunco, wn'i Is ullcged to have
been one nf tlin two soldiers wlm
, bijnt up n woman, nt lvllel snnio tjniit
appeared 111 anirt turn limming
wnlvlnir. examination, was se.nl
ou to Iho Circuit Court for trlnl,
(Continued from Pnft 1.)
"The Splendid Hazard," to thore
who had been Instrumental In mak
Jng the week stay In quarantine
' ' McGritUi has declared his Inten.
tlon of perpetuating the now mcnV-
orauic vojago 01 nc (Nippon " conilnucd , Thurl!(,ay tor d,8po8,.
In prose He v. Ill write a book'it
along "Hilly Baxter" lines, which
will have to do 'with tlyj steamer
aud lier Interesting Company from
the time that tho headlands near
Yokohama wero Inst to sight, until
the part) wcte released by tho man
date of Dr. Trotter at San Fran
cisco The Nippon Maru arrived off the
harbor before 10 o'clock thla morn
ing and was given a very prompt
pratique by D,r. Marshall of the
local quarantine, service. Thd ves
sel was alongside the wharf short
ly nftcr 11 o'clock.
Kino weather prevailed during tho
trln ilnu n frnm
steamer Is bearing about two thou-1
Bind tons of through cargo, and
noarly one-half of this Is cotton for
Japan spinning mills. There Is also
n goodly shipment of leather. In
the specie tanks of tho vessel a quar
ter of n million In coin nnd bul
lion Is to bn left at Jnpnn nnd China
ports of call.
There Is a small company of sa
loon naisscnRors. Four leave the
steamer nt Japan nnd twenty-nine.
go through to Hongkong. This por-
Hon of the list ore In tho main em
jlo)os of the Philippine Insular1 gov
ernment. Thoro arc a score, or more
school -teachers, ninny going out to
ilic-EnnC on their Inlllallrlp.
lKDuasngcrB lcavo lho Nippon
JJartCIalHJofiblulu. Thcyaro Mr.
lajid trs. O. 0. Mattsoir. .Mr. Matt1-
BonIs Identified with the business
Interests of lHkersrlcld, Cal.
I- -Tho only through passenger of
Importance Is M. Hanlharn, who has
been .associated with the Japanese
legation at Washington for Bev6ral
jenrs. Ho Is returning on extend,
cd lcavo of absence.
A mainland mall of 223 sacks was
received by tho postal 'officials.
F II. Cavalry, the Nippon's
freight clerk, has been granted leaVo
of absenco for one. voyage, during
which tlmo his plnco will bo filled
by P. II. Lacy.
r;;;;cALL at hilo
Wbllo t'ascnger Agent Cockroft of
tho Oceanic Steamship Company was
In Hilo recently, the proposition of
having the Sierra make Hilo a port
of call was put up to him and It Is
stated that Mr. Cockroft, after look
ing over the situation and gathering
statistics on coast passenger traffic
from R T. Guard, thought very fav
orably oL the scheme.
Although tho people of Hilo and
Hawaii thoroughly nppreclnto all that
has boen donc'for them by tho Matson
line, still they are of tho opinion that
enough business Is In sight to In
duce the Sierra to call regularly at
Tho feature of volcano trips by Si
erra passengers is believed to be a
good drawing card, tickets being Is
sued to the volcano In connection
with tho cross ocean tickets.
3 LOO Sprockets estate
The Claus Sprockets and Anna
Spreckels estates have paid an in
heritance tax to the Territory of Ha
waii of nearly $6000.
Saturday tho agreement was
reached between the Attorney Gen
eral's offlco and the administrator of
tho estate, the amount assessed
agalnBt tho estate, of Claus Sprecke'lB
being $5437, and against that of Anna
DR. YANA'GIHARA ,
Owing to lllncBS In his fumlly In Ja
pan, Dr. K. Yanaglhara of Kltauea,
ICuHal, accompanied by Mr. Yanagl
hara, will leave for Japan In the, Nip
pon Maru, which suits for Oriental
ports tomorrow morning.
Dr. Yanaglhara Is wldily Known
throughout tho Islands. He U tho
only Japanese physician who has
been appointed by the Boaid of
Health as government phyblilan for
tho district of Hanalel, where tu has
mudo many rrlcnds Like her hus
band, Mrs. Yanaglhara la also popular
In tho community. 8I10 is a hrnduute
of the Kauienamcha Girls' Hchool and
Is at present teaching In t'10 govern
ment Bchool In Ktlauea.
Dr and Mrs Yanuglhara wt bu ab
sent from the Territory only iv few
months. They will probibly refirn
III September, preparatory lit the
opening of govKrnuient acliooN.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Aufoi.'H per hour, Lewis' Btables.
It goes without aylng that every
thing 1 Beat at The Encore.
7-Soatcd Auto for hire, Phone 199
James Baker, Young Hotel Stand.
Soda water from Lelthead and
Woodward, 1263 Miller la purest and
Three f row icy, festive drunks' were
fined threo dollars each at the police
court thlk tndrnlng,
Tho caso of John Hod son upon mo
tion of tho prosecuting' attorney waa
For distilled water, Hire's Root
Beer and all other popular" drinks
Rlngr'up phono 71. Consolidated Soda
, Tho will of Dang Young was ad
mitted to probate this morning; tho
cstaje left by tho deceased amount
ing to $4,000.'
Petition fOf allowance of final ac
counts and "distribution of estate of
Elizabeth Kalanlpaahao was filed to-
rday by ,the administratrix, Llllkdlani
Motion for now trial submitted by
Attorney Strauss In tho case of Wong
Chew was denied today by Judgo
Cooper, ahd notice was given by the
I .Intl.....- f !.. fill... nt I. Iff
attorney of tho Bllng of a bill of ox-
Tho Owl cigar will suit 99 per cent
of the smoking public, becauso ho
tobaccos sare the beat of their kinds
nnd arc manipulated Intelligently
throughout tho entlro procesaes of
Tho ninetieth anniversary of tho
Hawaiian Evangelical Association Is
meeting ai ivauun 10 ceieuraio inu
great event nnd It Is stnted that pro-
h,bllon wl " tho subject of great
est Importance for discussion.
There Is a movement on foot to havo
the cavalry, now stationed at Lellc-
hua pay a visit to tho big island on
a sort of practice march. Such anl
arrangement would bo moat beneficial
to the troopers In more ways than.
Thero wero only thirteen cases on
tho police court calendar this morn
ing, and six of tho defendants wero
gumblcrs who wero caught by the de
tectives on Saturday night at Iwllcl:
they wero all found guilty nnd fined
David B. Ionian, nn attorney prac
ticing In Chicago, returned to HaWall
011 tho Manuka Friday, Ho Is tho son
of David B. Lyman" of Hilo and loft
the Islands whcn( a small boy, and
this is his first visit home In fifty
years. Mr. Lman will remain In tho
Islands some two months.
David Manuel was discharged this
morning by Judgo Cooper the prose
cution stating to the court that under
tho law of limitations ho could not
bo prosecuted 'for larceny In thd bcc
ond d'egrco as was maintained by At
torney Llghtfoot in entering a plca( In
bar last week. '
Ho Loy was given an Indeterminate
sentence for burglary In the first de
gree this morning, the penalty being
not less than two nOr moro than
twenty years' Imprisonment. In prd
nounclng sentence tho court- stated
that upon Investigation tho record of
the prisoner was a bad one.
Tun JnnAnnse. who ar alleged to
havo been stealing taro from a placojtlon,
near tho pineapple) cannery, have
bfecn arrested bb vags by "chief Mc
Dufflo One of tho men has been In
Jail for tho past three years, nnd ho
complained that, ho had no chance of
going straight as he was never out
of Jail long enough to get work.
Maklno not Fred was arrested
yesterday for assaulting a Chinese;
the story arose through Ah llpot the
Chlriese Spluttering over Hhe Japan
ese's food."Tto son of Nlppori got
mad and spat 'in tho 'Celestial's face';
then thero 'w aB troublo with a vn'
gennce, and tho Japanoso was hit over
tte head with a knlfo and fork sov
There was a most enjoyable dance
at Lellehua on Saturday-flight, when
the Flftl) Cavalry Social Club gave a
ball to which all their friends wero
Invited. A special train of four
coaches convoyed a blgi bunch of
town people to Bcbofleld Barracks
nd, upbtf-arrl'vairuhe 'Visitors were
met by tho hospitable Fifth' boys, who
soon made everybody feel at home.
Dancing to perfect music was in
order all tho evening and the merry
waltz and giddy iwo-step were car
ried on with great orddr. Refresh
ments were served during tho even
ing, and everybody had a good time.
Towards morning the merry party
brokb up and the special train
brought the tired but happy roVolers
back to Honolulu again.
IN FOREIGN -PORT
, Monday, Jpns 27,
PORT -TOWNSEND Arrlyed, Juno
25: Alice Cooke from Honolulu.
0AVIQTA Qsljod Juno 23: Ship M.
Chllcott', for Honolulu. '
SAN FRANCJ8.CO Arrived June 25,
4 p. m ) 8, 8. China, from Honolulu.
SEATTLE Balled Juno 25; S. 8, lll
lonlan for Honolulu.
DELAWARE BREAKWATER ArrlV
e,i Juno "!i; ilk, Niiuanu, from Kan
City Transfer Co.,
JA8. H. LOVE.
Police Department Failed
To Bring Prisoners
This morning the pnllco department
went to -sleep -nnd might have been
fined for contempt of court had not
It como to llfo Just before tho eaten'
dar at tho criminal court was dis
posed. Klpnpa and Ho Loj wero both In
custody of the police nnd their sett1
tences were to bo pronounced nt nlno
.t"" """ "."IS- , a
When nlno o'clock arrived nnd tho
cases wero called In tho
court tho defendants woro not pre
sent, nnd us they vo.e In custody
It was plain that the could not bo
blamed for being absent,
Olhcr cases' were, taken up nnd dls
posed 'of, amHuBt'bcforo tho last ono
was finished 'tho prisoners arrived
with a tardy representative from tho
It was nearly fifteen minutes after
the time set for their appearanco In
court that the prisoners wero brought
from the station and flvo minutes
moro would havo resulted In tho fin
Ishlng of tho business for tho day .Crux, tho vessel called, at, Ban Dlcgd.
,i. ..-11 j .. ..i.i ,..! Ban Francisco and Bcattlo whoro car
HUtl 111U )IUIIIU UVIMIHiivu, nuum iihivi
been In contempt probably for not
obeying Iho order nf tho court and
bringing In tho prisoners at tho ap
The local stock market opened tho
week In u much healthier condition
than It did last, wcok.
Between boards a hundred shares
of Oahu moved at 32 50, the same quo
tation sorvtng for the movement of
10 shares at tcssSafl sales. A small
block of 5 Honokaa at session brought
only tho ruling flguro of 19 60, at
which It seems to stick.
Seventeen of McBrydo moved at ses
sion sales at 5 625 'with prospects of
more coming out soon but a ta better
figure.' McBrjde was tho "busy" stock
last week and movements aro looked
for this week. ' '
Haw. C. &.S. shows ! shares it
Session, going at 41. This was the
prevailing quotation during the lattor
part of last week, but a decided ad
vance over u week ago today quota-
Maurice McLoughlln retained tho
San Fra'nclsco tennis cbnmp'onshtp
by defeating Mclvltlo Long on Juno
19, by three sets straight. Tho scora
was 6-4, 8-6 nnd 6-4, nnd McLoughlln
did some fine work during tho first
and last set He outplayed Long and
passed blm tlmo after time at the net.
There were no long rallies und It
was a caso of either man making the
winning shot In quick order. Acced
ing to tho press rcportB of tt)o mutch,
Xhe wind was blowing hard nnd that
.may havo Interfered more "with l.onr.'s
play than with McLoughltn's.
Slnco the transfer to New York of
M. Tokleda, formerly manager of tho
locai branch of tho Yokohama Speclo
Darik, It was expected that certain
changes would be" mado In tho per
sonnel of tho Hpnoluiu branch.
The latest news regarding tho con
templated changes is that T. Salgo,
pne of the clerks', pf tho.locul branch
of tho Yokohama Speclo Bank, will
leave shortly for New York where lie
will enter Into his new office. Ho Is
one of tho most competent tfferks In
tho local branch and goes to Now
York as a promotion. Ho will leave
In three weeks. '
At n meeting of (he stockholders
of, tho W. W. Wright Currliige Co ,
Ltd,, held (his duj, the following
officers "were elected:
W. W. Wright President
J. Alfred 'Magoon v...
F, J, Lowrey.,..2nd Vice-President
n, II. Paris Secretary
' , 1 .Trensurc-r and Manager
P. L. Weaver ...Amlltor
Juno 27, 1910 3t
THE BRITISH STEAMER Georgia,
.nt Vancouver, B. C, on Juno 16, ills'
charging cargo from Moxlco, has mado
linr Inat vnvaffA In ttin anrtflnn nf fhn
1.... ...a iv.-ou . ...v .v. ,.uu ,,.w
Canadian-Mexican steamship lino, and
Is soon to ho sent homo to load. Tho
I Canadian Mexican company has lc?n
absorbed by tho Canadian Moxlcnn Pa
ctflc Steamship Company, recent y or
ganized. Tho company will opcrftto
the Canadian-Mexican liner Lonadalc.
In Iho RO'rvlcc, nnd for tho "second
steamer has chartered the British
steamer Henley, which recently car
rled coal from Newcastlo, Australia
to Honolulu- The Henlry Is now on
her waj to Vancouver and will enter
tho.B&rvicQ on arrival. Two steamers
aro soon to be brought out from Eli
rope, and on their nrrlval tho Hcnloy
will bo released nnd Ihn Lonsdalo op
crated In the service as an Interme
diate steamer. Slnco the organisation
of tho Canadian Mexican Pacific-Company
tho Canadian government hnb
Increased the subsidy to $86,000 a
car, nnu 11 is cxpccicu mai wuci
tho now steamers nrp brought out
frbm Europe tho Mexican government
will rcnow Its subsidy. ,
NEARLY TWO thousand tons of
general cargo a part nf which 'loft
New York on May 7th by, tho Ameri
can Hawaiian freighter Texan has ar
rived at Honolulu by tho big steamer
Columbian, captain coicorr roports
a fine trip down from the sound. Thb
vessel lirnuchl frdcht. trnnshlnnecl at
Tchuantepec land after leaving Sauna
- . ,
gu wan eivnpr uiscuaihuu ur imuiih.
Tho Colurubtari Is now at the railway
wharf and will 'take on n shipment of
sugar before departing for Island
ports and A return to the Isthmus.
There Is a now Second officer on tho
Columbian In tho person of DennN
Sullivan who succeeds C, II. Batch
THE DEPARTURE of a scoro or
more theatrical nooplo proved n mag.
net that succeeded In attracting a
large following of 'people at tho Ala1
kca wharf yesterday morning to v It'
loss tho dcparfureibf tho Pacific Mall
1 nor Manchuria for Ban Francisco
Dcsplto tho fact that the, Territorial
band was conspicuous by its absonou
tho crowd nppenrcd to.havo little dim
culty In keeping amused. There was
plenty of room for all applicants fqr
first class transportation. The wnarr
and the docks of tho great liner woro
crowded with n merry throng boforo
the lines were cast off. A number 'of
prominent local people left for the
mainland by tho vosscl. Tho Man
churla left nearly slxtecn hundred
tons of orlontal -cargo at Honolulu
during her brief stay' at the port,
ABOUT Q?JB hundred "and fifty
pacsongers jiave. signified, their lnt?iv
tlon of traveling by the 'Oceanic
steamer Sierra to Ban Francisco wh.cn
thai vessel sails from this port a( ton
o'clock Wednesday morning! Tho" ves
sel will also leave hero 'with a largo
consignment of J'slnnd ,prpluc( In
cluding sugar, rlco,, plpda'pples. and
sundries Tho Sierra's popularity as
a Honolulu San Francisco packet is
growing by leaps and bounds. ' A
rpomy, steady ship with an agrecablu
and general staff of officers Ib a prcl
ty hard combination to resist, In ar
ranging for a trfp to the mainland.
Tho band wlllplay at tho departure
of tho Sierra. 1
CLARENCE B. JACPBS sued tho
Oceanic steamship company ,for $25
000 damages for tho death of his son,
Georgo W. Jacobs, who on March 22,
1910, fell through a cbuto from the
Filbert street wharf, San Francisco,
Into ho bsy and was drowned. Young
Jacobs was employed as a neiper in
making repairs to tho steamship Si
erra. It a alleged that thoro was no
light or warning to apprise passers uy
of the' opening at thd head of the
YESTERDAY'S arrivals Included
the steamer W. O. Hall from Kauai
ports with a number of passengers
and tho following lines of general
cargo: 6500 bags or sugar, W pack
ages pears, 40 bags pocoanuts C pac
kages sundries. Purser J. L, Logan
reported 80,000 bags sugar nwaltlng
THE FREIGHT TilBT of the Inter
Island Hleamer Mlkahaia arriving from
Molokal, Maul and Lanal ports yes
terdny inclndcd 25 calves, 5 crates
PUj, 13 hogs, 8 crates cblcHona, 40
bundles hides, 10 sacks cocoanuta, 7
cases honey and other pieces of mer
THE LOCAL , quartermaster's, de
partment oxpect tho arrival or tho
United Bfajea Army transport Sheri
dan on next Monday. The vessel Is
en route from Manila to Sun Fran
elbco by the way of Nagasaki, Ja
A FULL BHIPMteNT of sugar was
given Iho American bnrkenllho' Corrt
nnrdo borpio Hint vcrcI'I rleareil fpr
flan rjanclsco jpsterdny, (3. Browsr
and Company woro tho Incnl agents
for tho vessel,
8unday, June 26.
Sallna Crux via 8an Francisco, Be
attlo Columbia A.-1I. S., 8 , 3 p. m.
Kallua Kinnu,' stmr"., n. m.
Molokal, Maul and Lanal ports Ml
kahnla, stmr., n. m. '
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.. a.
Hawaii ports Mol wahlnc, sen,
8:30 p. m.
( Monday, June 27.
San 'Francisco Nippon Mnru, T. K.
K. 8. 8, a. in.
Per T. K. K. 8. S. Nippon Mnru,
from Ban Francisco For Honolulu:
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. O. Mattson, Through:
Miss Martha Davis, Mr. Frits Fischer,
Miss Ada Foil, Mr. M. Hanlhara, vr.
F. R. Rauscheuback, Mrs, F. Allen,
Mi, K. Badcnhop, Mr. C. B. Bethca,
Mrs. M. Chambers, Mr. F. E. Cross
Mr. Paul Dosha. Mr. Elmer O. Ed
wards, Mr. Paul M. Ollmcr, Miss L
Oulmnn, Mr. O. D. Ilnwlcy, Mr. E. II.
Klrwln. Mr. C. A. Peters, Mr. II. C,
Peterson, Mr. 8. T, Polk, Mr. Chas.
FK Remor. Mr. Carl Rlngscnd. Mr. W.
C. Rose, Mr. Russell 11. Itoss, miss
R. Schwartr, Mr. Luther R. Btovens,
Mr. P. N.MIenry Sxe. Mr. II. C. Stan
ton, far. L. C. Todd, Mr. A. P. Utley,
Mr. O, O. Wado, Mr. S. A. Warner,
Mrs 8 A Warner. Mr C. M Whipple.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, from Kauai
ports Juno 26 Mr. and Mrs. 8. W.
Wilcox, Mrs. W. D. 81ogett nnd chll
drcn, Mrs. C. II. Ahl nnd children, N.
J, Schocnborger, Koso Alolnu J. E
Jlogors, Yonakurn nnd child, Chang
YJi, II. A. Peterson, Dr. and Mrs. Ya
naguhann, Miss D. Juddmann, Miss
lluddy, Miss Aklo, Chlng Kting. Quang
Long L. V, Larscn, Miss Mldgcll. Miss
qurbank. Miss Al'cn. A HancbJrg
C. C. Smith, J. Wagoner, C. 8. Dolo,
Mr. McClanahan, Mr Bpltter, D. L.
Austin, Rev, L. Ljdgato
Per stmr. Mtkahnla. from Maul and
Moloknl ports, Juno 26. F. P. Roso
crans, II. Mlwn. J. C. Axtell, J. Gold
stein, Mrs. M, Daveron, J, McVeigh,
JfCon A. Cnrrlngton.
Per slnir, Klnau, from Kallua, June
26 Mr. and Mrs. It. Wallace, Miss
N. R1 Wallace, Miss I. Mascar.
1 ' .
Pcr P, M, S. S. Manchuria, for Sua
Francisco, Juno 26. Mrs. II. Rcnjer
ond daughter, Miss E. II. Cowan, Mjss
Ella Smith, Miss J. Leigh, MIsh Ber
tha Clark, Mss C. Gazcll, Miss R. Ga
sell, Mlsk U. Weight, Mr. and Mrs.
W, W. Taylor Fordlnand Ellerman
.wife anil daughter, Miss J. Tanner
Miss G, II, Flanders, Miss M. L. Flan
ders, Miss, C. W. Flanders, Samuel
Parker, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Long, Mr.
and,MrsrH. C. Ewlng, W. Smith, Ben
Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Harrison
,Mrs Rosf, Mrs. Ellis, Mr. and Mrs
Chares E ston. Mrs. M. Denton. Mr
and Mrs. Npldqkc, Miss Noldcko, Vf
Bishop, Mr, nnd Mrs, I,. Ames, Mrs
A. Hasbrouck, Joseph Nell. J. Lewis,
William llurr. Miss Ida Burr, Mr. and
MrS. J, E. Walsh and daughter, J.
Stern, E. Holmes, Doctor Eubank and
vvlfo, Mrs. J. A. Hopper, Miss M. L.
Hopper, Mr. and Mrsr H. J. Turner,
'J. T( Rodcr, Henry Mcllao Company
(theatrical), Jt, O. Henderson, Brooks
Smith. L. A. Wn!koi;-K;JJ. Lord. Mar
Ion I-ont,l Horbort Lord, F. E. Thomp
son Jr., Miss Malel Wond, Mrs. Wll
Ham Savldgo and child, Miss Mary
Johnson, R. W. Btuesser, C, W, Mc
Lcod, W, R, Strickland, Mrs. A. Lylo,
Mv Machlda.iaeorgo comptou.
Per 8, 8. Manuka, for Suva Syd
ney, Brisbane and Wellington, Juno
25 A. 8. Balcombo, Thomas Drey or,
Miss O, Harper, A. K. Polglarc, Edgar
McNeill, Joseph Mllvan, F. G. Bolton
F, HpealRht J. Freldcnstlno,
THE FISH Commission steamer Al
batross, which has bcon lying at Ban
sallto since her return from the Phi
Ilpplnes porno weeks ago, 'has gone to
Iho Union Iron WorkB to bo overhaul
od, It Ik said that there Is liu llkell
hood of tho Albatross being assigned
to foreign duty for, a long tlmo, though
orders may be received ordering tho
vessel to Alaska during tho'summer.
ALL VESSELS returning from Iia
wnll and Kauai ports osterday and
today report fine weather with moder
utu seas and light winds, Conaldera
hlo sugar has arrived nt tho port from
the fsland plantations, tho steamer
Nllliau was an arrival this mOrnlng
bringing sugar and sundrlds from Hu
TO PAY FORlis
Bult has been brought by Theater
Film Service Company of Chicago
against R. M. Overend of Honolulu
for $487.90 aliased to be due for films
furnished und express on sumo Uur
Ing June und' July last year.
The complaint, whltli was Hied to
day, sbowH that the company hent
films to Ovirond for five weeks at
ninety dollars U week, that express on
them nironntnt to $.11,70 nii't cnblo
charges to $4 20,
Bulletin Butlntii Office Phone est
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 1831
ON PAGE EIGHT.
8undsy, June 26.
Ban Francisco Manchuria, P. M jB.
S, 10 a. m. T 1
SarV Frnriclsc'o Coronado, barken-
Per stmr. Mlkabnla' for Maul nnd
Lanal nnd Molokal ports Juno 28J
Mrs. tl. P. Cooko, Mr. Mcfnytro, W.iA.
Cathcart, E. Cathcart, Emily Ponhit,
Miss' R. Rpyoi, Miss L Meyers, Ernest
Meyers, Margaret Mojcrs, Albert Mey
ers, II. R. Hitchcock, Jr., Miss Pnyno,
Per stmr. Klpau for Kauai ports,
Juno 28 A. 8. Wilcox, MrB. Wllcbx,
Miss Allco AI, Miss Wilcox, A. Chris
tian, Miss" Mary Christian, Miss M.
Ahlng, Hannah Jacobscn, Annlo Por
relra, J. Pcrrclra, MIbs.A, Kolla, Ma
jor Willis, Miss Fitzgerald. Miss Law
rence, Miss M. do nrotlovlllo. Miss
Hadlry, Miss )l. Aknna'r Miss T. Ta
shlmn, Mary Oroto, D.' Groto, A. aroto.
Ah Look, Miss.Sllvn. Miss A, SIIV11,
Elslo K. Knpu, Miss' Dclncrt, W. Bry
ant, II, Bryant, W. Mcngher, Mlss'l',.
Hong, IC C, Ahona. M. Ahona.
Por P. M. S, Manchuria, for San
Francisco, Juno 20. Mrs. II. Rcnjcs,
nnd daughter, Miss B R Oowani Mlss
Ella Smith, Miss J. Leigh, Miss Bertha
vjiars, Alias u. uuzcii, misn it. iiazcn,
Miss II. Weight Mr. and ."Mrs. W. ,W.
Taylor, Tcrdlnand Ellbrman, wllo and
daughter, Miss J. Tanner, Miss a II.
Flanders. Miss M, L.'Flandors, Miss C.
W. Flanders, Samuel Parker, Mr. anil
Mrs, J. B. Long, Mr. and Mrs. II J C.
Ewlng. W. Smith, Ben Fulton, Mr. and
Mrs. D. P. Harrison. Mrs. Roaf, Mrs.
Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elston,
Mrs. M. Benton Mr. nnd Mrs. Nol
dcko, Miss Nollcko, E. Bishop, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Amos, Mrs A. Hasbrouck,
foicph Nell J. Lewis, William Burr,
Miss Ida Burr, Mr. nnd Mrs. J,i E.
Walsh and daughter, J, Stem. E.
Holmos, Doctor Eubank and wife,
Mrs. J. A. Hopper, Miss M. L. Hop
per, Mr. nnd Mrs.-IL J. Turner, J T.
Rodcr. Henry McRno Company, (thea
trical), R, 6. Henderson, Brooks
Smith, L A Walker, E. J. lrd, Marlon
Lord, Herbert Lord, F, E. Thompson
Jf., Miss Mabel Wond, Mrs. William
Savldgo and child, Miss Mary Johnson,
n ttr ,...- r w lf1 tA ft If
Stricklun, Mrs. A. Lyle, M. Machlda,
U .1 r .t
Mails are due at Honolulu from
(mints bb foUoWs:
Yokohama Per Chl)o Mnru July 2.
Colonlo's Per Mnkurn, July 19. '
San Francisco Per Nippon Maru,
Juno 21 1 ' J'
Vaneouvor Per Manuka, tTuno 23.
Malls will depart for the followlog
points as follows: """
San IVanclaco Per 8lcrra, Juno 29.
Vancouver Per Mnkura, 'JiiJy" 19. j
Yokohama Per Nlpiwn Maru, Juno
Colonlos Per Manuka, Juno t5, j
fc . -tv
Dlx, nr. Bcattlo from Hon. M4y 14,
Logan, from Hon. for Manila, Juno II.
Thonias(Jar. 8. F. from Hon. Mar. 16.
Sheridan, from Manila for Hon. Juno
15-. .. ,
Sherman, nr. S. F. from Hon. 'Juncfll.
, SUGAR AWA1TINO thlpmcnt on
Kauai according to Purser Login's re
port Includes tho following: K. 8. M.
5950, M. A. K. 27.490; McB. 16,703,
K. K B. 150; K. P, 11,852;KL B. Co,
232; M S. Co. 10,600; IL M. 6227, O,
F. 0956. efrfm
103 PER CENT BETTER CIGAR
VALUE FORYOU. f
Wero wo to make our rlgarij
In Cuba, wo'd havo to double the)
present prices to meet tho duty
80 wo havd part of our oatab
llshmcnt In Cuba and part In
Tampa, where Cuba's cllmatq
Our experts, on Iho ground!
got. tho pick of tho choicest Hut
vana leaves grown, . '
These wo molow Into rare
nromatlc flavor tin tiatlvo soil
In our own warehouses.
Then, In Tampa, tho final
touch of Havana perfection 4
given In tho dort hand!vorkor
skilled Cuban clgar-makjiriiM'
Thus wo loso nothlna'ftffflllo
w save tho Import duty.
And this savlngfioeBlwrnthe
cigar goes to tho 8MOKER In
"toad of tho govornment-irirriii
clple to which Is duo tho superb
quality, the (Unrivalled pities, olj
In 27 Different Shapes One for
Every Taste 3for-25c ta
AT YOUR DEALERS
M. A. Ounst & Cq, "The Houie
,.I . v .Distributors. t,u ,ti
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