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KVBKTNO BUM-OTN, HONOLTJLTT, 7. H MONDAY, JUtT 4, 1910.
THE GREATEST EVENT OF THE YEAR
One Which Means Money To All Intending Buyers
, For which we have
Everybody knows what our Annual Sales mean, and we have aimed to have this one eclipse all previous sales. It does not mean cuts
in certain departments, but a slaughtering of prices on every article in our big store. Everything wilLbe marked in plain figures and
sold tor cash only.
1 . All tUitlng member of tne
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodge
ml ncci on iu
..... . .v.
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE fNeiHEERS' othei -Asso-
mil) umtoa j
gABMONY LODGE, No. 3, L 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I, O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
. E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble Grand,
ill visiting brotberi very cordially
JU LODGE, Wo. 1, K. of P.
leeti every first and third Frl
oay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort und Deretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend.
i .' WM. JONES, C. C.
, ,fr 0. V, HEINE. K. R. a
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. It.
Sweets every first and third Thurs
Safs'of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
k, P. IIIOQINS, Sachem.
$ E. V. TODD, C. of R.
HONOLULU AEBIE 140. P. 0. E.
fleets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Kyisltlng Eagles are Invited to at-
W. R.MULEY, W. P.
Hi ... . w-,lNr rt..
I'V WM. U. 01CI.UI, DSC.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E
Honolulu Lge No. 610, D. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Kin;
Btriet, near Fort, every Friday even
IngT Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
EJAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
OEO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec.
IWM. MoKINLEY LODGE NO, 8,
BMeets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
Jvenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
Hill, or. Fort nnd Deretanla. Visit
Ingibrotbers cordially Invited to it
KH. A. TAYLOR. C. O
E.' .-JACORSON. K R S I
(Bulletin Business Office Phone 254
mutoruu ao)m rnone i?s
been preparing for
KJKMEJVLbJKK THE DATE, TUESDAY, JULY 5th
and BERETANIA STREETS
LOSS CLOSE TP
Fire In Alaskan Cargo
Late estimates received from the
mainland place the loss from lira
on board tho American-Hawaiian
freighter Alaskan at $400,000.
The vessel put litto Sau Dlcgo
with n largo quantity of merchan
dise and supplies Intended for San
Francisco, Seattle and Honolulu. The
Alaskan was bringing New York
argeWor Honolulu, whjch left tho
Atlantic coast port mi May 19 by
the steamer Massachusetts. The
Alaskan was due In arrlvo hero on
her original schedule on or about
According to reports received here,
the prospect of lonuuerlng tho llro
on June 27 appeared more encour
aging than at any time sluce tho
flames were discovered ton das pro
vlously. When tho temperature of
tho vessel was taken at that date It
was found tn bo almost normal. ThU
Indicated that the fire on Iho decks
below-hatches G and C is so near out
that a few das nioro of pumping
dry and liquid carbonic acid gas Into
the hold of tho rteamshlp would
make It possible for the hatches tn
be opened and the freight removed
preparatory to Ii.vcstlgntlng the
Dut, to be on the site side, It was
decided not to open the hatches until
Friday. Ily that time it was antici
pated that tho fire will hae been
Insurance underwriters completed
un cstlmato on Juno 25 and an In
surance bond for twenty per cent
of-tho alue of the cargo has been
signed. This Is tho first estimate
of the damage to the Alaskan's cargo
that has been made public since the
flro was discovered.
Firemen and longshoremen were
roported working desperately to re
move tho cargo In hold No, 7 In
order that the bulkhead separating
holds C and 7 may bo reached and
holes drilled In them to permit tho
playing of streams of chemical di
rectly upon tbo flames. A tempo
rary hospital has been established on
board and as fast as the firemen and
longshoremen are overcomo by the
gages between decks they aro placed
In slings, bolsted to tho main deck
and taken to the hospital.
sT "For Palo" cards at Bulletin,
tb Bulletin officii,
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Hqrlick's Malted Milk
is tiie most delicious, nourishing food-clrink known for
the anwmic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Ssmplet free to PhyilcUni and Druffbti.
At all Druggists.
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Raolne, Wit,, U. S. A.
6-i i i.im
the past month will
NEW SHIP5 FQR
Will Each Cost Three
Tho now steamers, fffr (ho Pacific
Mall Steamship Company each to cost
three million dollars 10 complete and
having first class pissenrr-r nccommo
dallon for fhc hundred rVJjpIo arc to
bo added to tbo Ilea of steamers now
engaged In tho trans Paddle scrvlco
Thcso vessel aro to bo vcrltahlo float
Ing palaces. They will represent 'Jio
highest typo of inarlno architecture
Plans for the steamers call for an
expenditure of 10,000,000, or 13,000,
000 for each.
Tho now ships aro closely to re
semble In many respects the Georgo
Washington of the North German
Mod lino, which many naval nrclil
tccts think Is tho best typo of marina
architecture afloat In tho 'oceans of
tho nor Id today
Thcso steamers aro each to bo 650
foot In length, with a 70 foot beam
and v. IIJ ilrny nt tho maximum 33"j
feet of v.ator. They aro tojiavo 38.000
tons displacement, a deaV tonnago
v. eight of 8.000 and comblffl'd tonnage
and spaco measurement o7 22,000
lit tho way of accommodations they
iro to have ampo quarjqrs for COO
cabin passengers, 150 second class and
700 Btecrago or Asiatic. Thero nro to
be 100 bathrooms In connection with
tho first cabins.
Vleo-Prosldont and Gonoral Mana
gor R. P. Schwerln, who returned ' Wagner, Miss Clara Wilson, Mr. W.
from an extended trip to tho East! A. Woods, Mr. J. Wormscr, Mr. John
met with tho directors of tho com- M. Young. For Yokohama: Miss
pany In New York when this Import-1 Josephine Anthony. Mr. 11. P. lllng.
ant Improtomont was decl'ded upon.iham, Dr. E. 8. llngertr Miss 8. M.
i Dcnn, Rov. Wjnn C. Fairfield, Miss
A SHIPMENT of lumber from' May Goodroll, Mrs. A. Hcllycr and
Grays Harbor has arrived at tho port servant. Mr. L. M. Hlne, Mr. T. Inc
by tho Amorican schooner Golden kl, MIbs C. LoRoy, Miss M. Men
Shoro. This vessel and cargo como dcnhall, Mr T Nakamura, Mr. II. Na
consigned to I.ewors and Cooko. Tho(kano, Mr. Y Nltobo, Mr, J Hickman.
essol was twenty two days In mak-'Mrs C. A. Hickman. For Kobe: Mr.
Ing tho passago down from tho north J. Guggenheim. Mrs. J. Guggenheim,
Pacific coast port. i sonant ond Infant, Master I. W. Gug
' gcnholm. Master A. L. Guggenheim.
"Is your foreign son-in-law going For Nagasaki: Miss J. Carter, Mr.
to cost jou much money?'' "It do. M. Well. Mrs M. Well. For Manila;
pends," said Mr. Cumrox, "on tho 'Mr. It. M. L. Allen. Capt. Larz An
mitmmo of an areument we're hay derson and alet1 Mrs. L. Andcreon
Ing now. Ho wantB to teach mo to
play baccarat, and I want to teach
him to piny poker." Washington
Village Organist (to ndw vicar,
showing keyboard) "Wo must 'uva
summut done to 'un, zlr. When I
do play tho Aniens that thcr' note
do hang on to 'un till I have to prize
'un up wl' a zhut knife." Punch.
begin TUESDAY, JULY 5th,
DRY GOODS CO
City Transfer Co.;
JAS. H. LOVE.
Per P. M. S. 8 Siberia from Sin
Francisco For Honolulu. Mr. I..'ncy. Mr " -M. Wtirneld. Mrs W, E.
Aaron, Miss Violet M Alherton, Mr. mtel'- ". Meiers, K. j. .iuckkoii,
J. C. Uacr. Mr. W .1 Hold. Mrs. W. J.SpfR- Jnlm Ogiireti. Lieut. F, II Rag.
Ilold. Miss (icrtimlc llonner. Mr. Uf f 30lh Infantry, Lieut. A. W. liar
Clias. S. nromi, Miss Ella M. Cutei,!"' ""5 l'lillljipljio. Scpuls, Capt. S.
Mrs. A. Catlln, Miss M. do la Cuestn. W. Drowsier of the IJ, 8 Marino
Mr. D. Damon, Mr. C. S. Davis, Mr. 'Corps, Mrs Drowsier, E. T. Drink, iMrs
P. Davles, Mrs, J. P. Davlos, Mr.
Q. W. Dickinson, Mr. Wm, O. Dickin
son, Miss Mary K. Dickinson, Mrs.
Geo. W. Dickinson, Mr. Walter Dil
lingham, Mrs. Walter Dillingham mul
maid, Mr. J. P. Downs. Mrs. J. P
Downs, Miss MC; Toiler, Mr. W.
W. Goodale, Mr.- V. W. Gondalo,
Master IlollirookiGooilah', Miss Catli
crlno Goodale.' -Mr. II. M, Goodman,;
Miss N. II llojei, Mr Heo Won. MrJ'A. S. (luthrlo, Lieut, W. E. Hall. Miss
A. Holmes, Mr. II, II. Horner, Mm
A. II. Horner, Miss M Horner, Mrs.
A. U. JaqucB, Miss Edna M. JnqueB.i
Mr. James K. Jnrrclt, Princess Kay
lantannolo, Mr. John I). Kellcy, Mrs.
John D. Kellcy and Infant. Mrs. Mary
!:. Ktngslcy, Mrjjames Klaiipcr, Mr.
J. II I.pnc, Mr.' A. J Lowrcy, Miss
C. Maltby, Mr. Vtl. McDowell, Miss
E. Mojcr, Miss Ella Murray, Mr. Dick
son Nott. Miss Iittra Nolt, Mr. G. It.
Ogier, Mrs. G R. Ogler, Mr. C. O.
Owen, Mrs. C O Owen, Miss Edith
Phelps, Dr. O M. Polln, Mrs. O M
Polln, Mrs. Frances Do Rego, Miss
Huth Robords, Miss Elliabeth Shutcs,
Mr. W. II, Smith, Mr. J. A. Bmlth.
Mr E. E. Smith, Mrs. E. E. Smith,
Mr Will P. Slovens, Mr. I-oron 8tc-
vena. Mrs, II. Van Evory, Mrs. A.
and maid. Mr W. II. Doynton, Mm.
W. H. Doynton, Mr. I 0, Drown. Mr.
L. V Carmack, Mr. F. W Carpenter.
Mr. L. W. Carpenter, Miss Edna E,
Chldester, Mr. L. R. Olarko, Mis. Wal
ter Cutting, Hon. J. M. Dickinson, Mrs
J. M. Dickinson, Mr. Mcaucock Dc
klnson. Mr. Albort W. Eckman, Qon
0. II. Edwards, U. 8. A. and senant.
Mrs,. C. R. Edwards, Miss Bessio I',
Edwards nnd nurso, Mr. Raymond J,
FIske. Mr. Alien D. Ford, Capt. Q.
O. l"tort, Mr. J. aarclc. Mr. Wm. I
Granbcry. Mr, E O, Hoffman, Mr. T,
D. Juan. Mr J. M. I.aesotter, Mr. R,
I rmmnil. Mrs. W. N. Lcmmon. Miss
Emaa Lcmmon, Mr Charles D, LowJ
Is, Mr. uco Longi aiibs u. ai. uwen
Miss O. Salamanca, Mr. C. Rv Blmp-
k ns. Mr. O Sorlauo lor liongKonc;
Mr Robert Clary. Mr. Chco Mong
Ling. Mrs. CIo Mong Ling nnd In
fant Miss Maud Danlells, Miss An
nlo 0. Getty, Miss Anna Ilolman. Mr,
J. M. Lasslng. Mrs. J. M Usslng,
Mastor Lasslng, Miss M. E. McLcl
Ian, Mr. Harry I'lnli, Mr. llrowstcr
Kearney. Mr II, C. Wilson
Per U S A T Shorldan from Ma
nila via Nagasaki, Japan Capt. Wil
son D nurtt, 20th Infantry; Lieut. J.
D. EIHptt, lCth Infantry; Capt. II
Geran, of the Medical Corps; Llout.
W. J. McCaiighney, 20th Infuntry; R.
M. WarflelJ, civil, englnocr, U, 8. N.;
Mrs Ilurtt, .Mrs. A. 1. On Oalatoo,
Mrs. J D. Elliott. Mrs. II. derail. MIbh
'-. Johnston, Mrs,
W. J. Mcl'nuxli
Urlnk, Miss Illbbaid, Mr. and Mrs.
1). L. Corrcll, Mrs. O. II. Cooke, Cupt
O. F. Coopir, Second Lieut. It. K.
Cummins, Mrs. Cummlur, W. II, Do
naan, Mrs. 1. A. DorrlngUm, Capt
Henry It. Drake, of tho Philippine
Scouts. Mrs. A., French und daughter,
Robert" Flnlov, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
J. I-ox, j.ieud aim Airs. it. J uruv
tend, Misses II. and I. Gtilltard. Mrs.
ai narvey. coin, ana Airs, ij, m. nam
away. H. Itclukp. II. J. Hnckln. F. M.
Holmes, Slater Eilni Hoclr, Cpmdr,
II. P. Jones. Capt. and Mrs. P. L.
Jones, Capt. add Mrs J. D, Hufchln
boh, Lieut. Earl Mclurland, Lieut.
Comdr. W. J. Manlon,' Lieut, A. D.
Owens, Capt. Charles A, Ragan nnd
Mrs. Ragan, Lieut. H. W. Walker Mrs
Walker, Dr, F. II, Wol, Chief Gunner
nnd Mrs. F D Messenger, and Lieut,
and Mrs J. D Pascoe. ,
Per stmr Mlkahnla, from Molokal
and Maul ports, July 3 M 8. Bliei
wood, deputy marshal; Miss Payne,
Mr Kaal, Mrs kaal, Mrs. Puuolo,
Miss Pauolo, W. Dickson.
Per stmr W. O Hall, from Mnka
wnii. Jniv a. r. M rultiF. otto WlV
Mrs E. R. Urldgowater, A CookcU.
A. N. Good. I
'"' roil TIIE SECOND TIME tho
Amerlrnn collier Prometheus h re
ported to have sailed from San Fran
tlsco. A cable received by tho local
army quartormaster announced tho
depart lire of tho vessel on last Sat
urday. It -'III bo remembered that
tho Prometheus sailed from the Cal
ifornia port, loklng two lighters In
tow An accident caused the return
of tho colllei and her coal lighters,
llarrlng further mishap, tho vcsinl
Blinuld arrive at Honolulu on or
about July lr.
A WIRELESS MESSAGE from tho
Matson Navigation steamer Lurllno,
now en routo from San Fiauclsco,
reports .'mt vessel to arrive off Ho
nolulu at dajliieak Wednesday. The,
steamer Is bringing 33 passengers,
2800 Ions freight for Honolulu, 810
tons for KnhCilul, and null to the
amount of 77 uacks.
J. J. NEWCOMtlE, representing
John Fowler &. Co , steam plough
manufa;turors, of Leeds, Eng., U a
passei.ger by the Pacific Mall liner
Siberia, en route to Manila. He
will endeavor to Introduce modern
sugar plantation 'machinery Into the
WITH THE ARRIVAL of tho MI
kahaln fiotu Molokal,. Maul ai.d
Lanal ports ycsterda, thero was ro.
celved n miscellaneous cargo, Includ
ing charcoal, 05 hogs and 84 pack
THE FREIGHT LIST of tho W O,
Hall, from Kauai ports, whtih ves
sel arrived yesterday, included fjfjUO
tacks sugar, 20 sacks loiouuuts and
38 packages sundries.
SUGAR to tho amount of C8S0
sacks, from Kauai ports, has arrived
by tho Inter-Is'and steamer Nllhau.
at 8 o'clock a.ni., andlasts for
Sunday, July 3.
Hawaii ports Wnllile, stmr., n, m.
Kuual ports Kauai, jtlmr., n, m.
Maul, Molokal mid I-ninl ports Ml
kalialu. Ftmr, Oi tn,
Manila via Marheles and Nagasaki
Sheridan, U. S. A. T , 9 p. m.
Monday, July 4,
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. S. S
7 n. m.
Grays Harbor Golden Shore, Am.
sell., a. in.
Kauai port1) Noeau, stmr., a. m,
Hawaii ports Hclcnc, stmr., n. m.
Per P. M. S. B. Siberia for Jnpau
ports and Manila. July S. Miss Car
rlo Jacobs Ilond, -.MIkh II, R. Emmcr
son, Mr. O, O. Mattson, Mrs. O. O.
Mattson. Miss A. K. Mudgc. Mrs. E.
C. Perry, Mr. 0 W, Strong, Mrs. 8.
W. Strong, Miss M. Wrlndo.
Per stmr. Mlkahala for Maul and
Molokal ports July 5 Ji F. Hack, Mrs
H. Vierra, Miss M. Bhaw.
Per stnir, Mnuna Ia, for Konaand
Kam. ports, July 0--R. Wallace, Mrs.
Wallace. M. Mcjanphy, 11. Kchuma.ii,
Edith Kamauoha, 11 Xavler. Mrs.
Wlcke, Miss Mlnnlo Todd,' J. A. Smith
Miss Mary Poppleton.
Per stmr. Maunn Kea for Hllo and
way ports, July B. Capt. Foster, Jen
nlo Mac), Miss L. Smith, Miss V.
Smith, MIhj Goldsmith, Mrs. S. Kin
ney, Miss Mi Kinney, S. E. Scheellno,
Mrs. Scheellno, Miss M. Gosso. II. W.
Kimball, Harry Scheellne, II. F. No
vos, Mrs Neves, A. Dens. Mrs. Deas.
Mrs. Wlkandcr, Miss Wlkander, John
II, Jones, R. A. Kearns, Miss Norn
Stewart, Miss N Stewart, William
Ilrnsch, Geo Darner. M. Stanley, Mrs
Hoaslnud, Miss Ahchuek, Miss Hicks,
O. G. Kinney, Rro. Raynard, llro. Ma
thins, Dro, Vincent, Dro. Albert.
Per M. N. S, S. Lurllno for San
FranrUco, July 12. Robert Farley, J
K. Farley, C. O. Hottcl, Mrs. Hottel,
Miss L. Sturteant, Miss L. McStock
er, G P. Hottcl, F. D. McStocker, Miss
11. Chirk. Miss P. qesell, Miss A. W.
Dla s. Miss Y. Cowan, Mrs. A. M,
Scott, Miss Mabel SuntcrAlbcrt S
Daker, Mrs. linker, Miss A. S. Dart
Ictt Miss Green Mrs. J. J. Green, .Mln.i
M. Dunn, Miss C. Hcrrlck, L. Honls.
bergor, John Hind, Miss N. Smith
Miss. A. D. Collier, M,rs E. T. Mills.
Malls are cue at Honolulu tron
points ns follows;
Yokohama Per Asia, July 9.
Co)oplesT-l'er Mukurn, July 19.
San Francisco Por Lurllno, July C.
Vnncouvor Per Marama, 'July IS,
Malls will depart for the foll"wlni
points as follows:
Sau J'ranclsco Per Asia, July 9.
Vancouver Per Makura, July 19.
Yokohama Per Siberia, July p.
Colonies Per Marama July 15.
Dlx, nr. Seattlo from Hon, May 14.
Logan-from Hon, for Manila, Juno 14
Thomas, ar. s. i from uou. mar.. iii
Sheridan, from Manila for Hon. June
Sherman, ar. 8. F. from Hon. Juno 11.
j" IN FO
Saturday, July 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 2- 8
S, Manchuria, hence Juno 20
NORFOLK Sailed Juno-30: S. 8
j Selsdon, for Honolulu.
HILO Arrived June 2P; Schr W. II
1 Mnrstorifrom San Francisco.
"For 8aJo"., cards at, DulloUn.
'I ARRIVED . VE8SELS TO ARRIVE
Monday, July 4.
South and cVntfal 'American ports
-Kljo Mam, Jap. stmr.
Tuesday, July S.
San Francisco via Seattle; Hllo
nlnn, M. N. S. 8.
Hllo (excursion) Maunn Koa, stmr.
Krhulul (excursion) Klnau, stmr.
Wednesday, July 6.
San rronclsco Lurllno, M. N. S. S.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, July 7.
Hawaii and Maul parts Claudlno,
Friday, July 8.
Hongkong via Japan ports Asia,
P. M. S. 8.
Saturday, July 9,
Hllo la way ports Manna Kea,
VES8EL8 TO DEPART ,
.Monday, July 4.
8an Frnnclsco Sheridan, U,
T., 5 p. m. .
Tuesday, July 5.
Hllo via way ports Manna Kea,
Kauai ports Nooau, stmr., S p. m.
Jap-in ports and Hongkong Sibe
ria, P. M S. 8.
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa,
Molokal, Maul and Lanal ports Ml
kahala. stmr., 5 p. in.
Thursday, July 7.
Taptn ports and Hongkong Kljo
Mam. Jap. stmr?
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Friday, July B. ,
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
stmr., 5 p. nt. '
Saturday, July 9,
San Francisco Asia, P, M. 8. 8.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185
A Rare Achievement
A,mlllonalro,eoul(i comniajul no
be(ter siuoko than a Van Djck
'Quality'' Cigar. Not If he
owned Cubaa cholcost plantallon
mid had his cigars male to order,
on tho ground.
For wo g'et tlio choicest selec
tion from ALL Cuba's plantations.
And In our factory at Tampa, ria.,
vo employ tho most skilled Cu
Thus, by making our cigar In
tlje U, S. wo savo Import duty,
which equals the cost and doubles
tho price of overy Cuban madu
N,o finer flavored or morp luxu
rloiuly satlsfjlng cigar than oum
aro sold at doublo the price.
They sell as low as 3 for 26c
tlio greatest cigar valuo ever of
fered. And you have jour choice of 27
different shapes, In all degrees of
mildness and rlchuess,
ONE WILL CONVINCE
M. A. Gunst & Co "Ths House