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fiYA UVttjflJf, IjOJfOVV' T- K., MONDAY, jVJY 18, 1910.
w Masonic Temple
Lenhl 'o. 2 Regular.
Hawaiian TMril Degree.
ill visiting membcts of tnc
irdcr are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of lorai lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7.30 P M
Jiali) invite" ,
EAXltQMTfflm, Mo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street
E. It. HCNDRY, Secretary.
H. E. McCOV, Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU I0D0E, No. 1. K. of P
Meets every first and third Frl
day evening at 7:30 In K. of Piillajl,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Vtiltln-
nrothert cordlall) Invited to-ammc
WM, JONES, C. C. "
O. F. HEINE, KJ-
1 HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1- OdllH:
i Meeti every first and tblrd Tburu-
'? Jays of each month at Knights of
f Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
""" dlallv Invited to attend.
l A. L. EAKIN. Sachem.
E. V, TODD,' C. of II,
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0.
Meets on the 2nd utid tth WED
NE3DAY evening of euch month at
7:30 o'clock In l. of 1" Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets'.
Visiting Eagles ate Invited to at
end IV IULBY", V. . ".
WM. C. McCOY. Sec. ""-r
El" HONOLULU LODGE G10. B. VtScVr.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616. B, P: O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Kinr
Btreet, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUailERTY, E R
QEO, T. KLUEQEL. Sec
WM MoKINLEY LODQE NO. o.
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
Hall, cor .Fort and Beretanla Visit
Ing brothers cordlall) Invited to at
H A TAYLOR, C. C.
E A JACOnSON, K R 8
A preservative nnd permanent In
color. For shingles and rough wood
work. Numerous artlbtlc and har
monious combinations of color.
M. E. Silva,
UNDEBTAKER AND EMBALMEB
Promnt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 170 Went Call 1014
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harriionl
Arw.P. FULLERA AL5
ii. hn rotted and Is DUE JUNE'fO Tel. 890.
fhk DEUJIQUUNT ba,JVbr is.
HAWAII LUCKY IN
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He txi.iuM iIih opinion ttias,
oolh Kiilim and. Slot' ell in liad done
ex ellent work along Hils lino and
that the nllottniM.t tn llllo was mi-'
At first llllo wanted 1100,000.
'his was several yenri ago-and the
appropriation of $200,000 'Whlrli
inn do It possible tn have t ho Imllil
Ing 'on a lot of lis uvvti was far"
ahead of any expectation"'.
In another lln Hawaii la to re
elve money fiotn the national
lieartiry dmli.R I lie coming year.
Thin Is fur topographical and hy
Jrographlciil wink -willed (InVrrnnr
Frear rays will amount to $10,000;
equally divided bctw'eeii the two
branches of the service. Fiom now
on. appropriations fttr Ihltf vvorlt VIII
be available proportion ilely for Da
wall, nlllioimh the Territory Is not
mentioned In the appropriation.
That Hawaii In being treated hot
ter thai, other parti of the omitry
lit this respect Is evidenced liy the
fact Hint Minnesota, whlrlf raised
Itself J12.R00 for this work, whb
given but V-TRti l Congress, al
houich riialrman Tnwney of the
committee co-net from Minnesota
(Continued from Pace 1)
This time Captain Siutidem tiods
tho bridge foimrl itiQtmai.iled by
Captain Dixon, ntui decbtred that h
Would deiotc tho tlmotlurlng Mi
i)a(shoro In reiiew'Jn. the ac
cTiFlfito"rice'of hli fanJlly.
Tho Manchuria liroiiKlit" a nm-
rRct'"WeJt"known pcoplo'tn lloi.o-
- "tJoverfior Wnlter 1'rcar, fresh from
a conference with tho powers-that-be
at Washington, wub met at the
"lahe.-i wharf by his chief of staff,
Moit-Smllh, and alto Claudius Mc
ilryde. Jhere Mas no demonstration at
the wharf over the return of nil
absent oxccutlvc. A llttlo party oi
friends of Colonel Sam Parker was
on hand Id extend a welcomo to
tho jouthful Kalakaua, ton of Prln-
tcts Kauananakoa, who will visit.
his uncle. Prime Kuhto, during the
Mrs. Frear, wife of the ehlcf ex
ecutive, accompanied her husband
on-tc. honiewnid trip.
SeriniorJ".:V. Quliin, who mado a
business ""and -pleasure trip to the
Coat, .and;"-incldentalb, dropped
Into Iteno, NYJ', at tho ,,mo that
the Jeffre"Johri'son flstlo nrgumet.t
was In Vrogreis, also returned by tho
The passengers Include 118 cablil,
30 second data and 140 Asiatics, of
wrUom'76'xiililn, 28 second nnd three
Ulutfis. left fhv; vcs'cl nt Honolulu.
Upon his arrival from Iho States
this mon.tng, Civil Engineer A. C.
Lcwcrenz relieved Civil Engineer
ilurrcll. who haB been tho engineer
In charge nt Pearl Harbor for five
months since the detncliment i)f
Civil Engineer C. N Parks.
Mr Ilurrcll has been on the work
from the begluulng In 1908.
Roy I' Smith comes as assistant
to Mr. Lewercnz.
On board are 1374 tons of cargo,
f which 42C tons are for Honolulu
a-, follows: 55 packages mcr'han
Ice, 59 packages machinery, 116
ugs potatoes, 484 packages hard
vijre, 30 cate3 eg'gs, 7 boxei rubber
ouds, 17 packages express matter,
ju boxes craLKers, ISO bhxvs nuca-
onl, 175 boxCs candles, 200 boxes
ndlnes, 65 boxes compound, 4019
acks barlet, 900 Milks bran, 21
ases dry goods and 8 iaw niedfi
t i Among the rargo aro in
.ilcces and boxej of maihlnery ton
signed to tho Oahu Ice. and Electric
The over genial and popular J, P.
Ilourno, purser of the Manchuria,
reports a flue trip down from San
rrnnclsco. Ilourno lias u jolly lot
f patsei.gera traveling with him to
iho Orient on this trip and, as usual,
ho Is up to the mar); with a line of
entertainment for the passongers.
Among the trough passengers, of
note Is Vice-president and General
Manager II. P. Schwerlu of the Pa.
clflc Mall Steamship Company, wllo
Is making a round trip Io( tho Far
East and who w probably extend
In Our Cream
Special care to keep
it cold and orokrt It
from contamination as
tnr ainnlr Veenin
SI .... r 1"
THE POND DAIRY
wmB!rmitry hgysagy .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
r I f l
. "Vh"n you call f?r Soda mal9 It
Plne'ctar from'thc Arctic".
It" goe" nlthbut sa) Ing1 that evefy
thlng Is'Dest bt The Enetire.
Quality li mm with Lclthc-Jd nnl
Woodward In making roda water
It 'you can't sen that Rainier ill
Ui bf'u .beer btewed, your laJte Is
wrong; Try again. i
Three booze flghtPM w'cre up be
fore Judge Andrado this morning and
they were each fined H
For 'distilled water, Hire's Root
Beer (artd all oilier popular drinks.
Ring up phdne 71. Consolidated Soda
Josopll S,' Ferry hai lieen niipolnf
ed district magistrate for Puna. Me
take's rthe placd -of thi' late Ilufiu
A ride In Halelwn any nia'it IhM
week If It It rlnr will he si.ini-thliiR
that will not ho forgollcn. The- mo,W
is full at Iho week olid.
Kqkolow, ono of tho Russians
campod nt Iwllel wii9 arrested jesler
dey for assault Ing ono of ijie Itus
sfan women (if the ramp
Tho Hawaiian hand will ho present
nt tho golden wedding annlvorsary of
CrofoSsor" nttl "Mra". AUWander this
utturOf Ljn jbotu c un 3.30 and 6
'Anderson Grace la said tn lio a
member of the crew of the Molllloii
Which Is compo'tltlng In tho trnus-pjirl-11
craco. Grace will leave the vawl
as she passes Diamond Head and will
rctuniR his old way of living.
Tw'o sailors fiom llie Sierra wont
for u'.row' ydtti'rilay aflnrnhon on the
harbor and managed In some way
to upset tho rraft. they weio doing
stunts In. ' The uarahllno launch
went after thu capsized boat and res
cue'd tho two tars, who only sufforo I
Once more the Vineyard street gang
6f toughs has come Int olouch with
the police, anil on Saturday night
Chief McDufllo and his men chased
tho bunch up and captured a couple
of tho young fellows who aro sus
pected of having had n hand In tho
rohb'ng of a Chinaman named Leo
Tomortow afternoon thore will bo
two games of baseball at tho Ath
letic Park, and the Wifsedas will
play In them both. At 1:30 n'clork
a combined Japanese school nine will
play tho visitors, and at half-past
threo the U. S. S. Cleveland will put
a nine on the diamond to opppse the
Tho Bulletin baseball nine defeat
ed the Pauoas isterday by n ncore
of to 2, and tho game was excit
ing. ' Tho lineup of the Bulletin
bojs wps as follows: Poepoe, c.; A.
Nlelson, p ; J. Hoomnna, lb,; Ah
Fan, 2b ; F, Vincent, 3b.; F. Cunha,
ss.; I. I'crry, rf ; C. Olds, cf.; A.
Two accidents were rep'brtcd to
tho police today, and in both cases
the victims were conveyed to the
hospital. Tho first occurred ' on
hoard the Manchuria, when a Porto
Itlcan 8tcvcdoi4 fell down the hold
of the vend and broke two of his
rlW Theifman vvas taken by tho
polhe patrol wagon to the Palama
hospital, where he vvas admitted for
The second accident happened r.t
1 o'clock tills afternoon, when Sam
Rosa, a Hawaiian,' who was sitting
on his veranda rail, overbalanced
and fell four feet to the groun'd.
Rosa sustained a fracture of his Idft
leg and vvas at once taken to the
Queen's Hospital and admitted.
the Freight list or tho -inter-
Irlnnd steamer Hcleno from Hawaii
ports Included 4100 sacks sugar, 75
heid cattle and 70 boles wool
BULLETIN ADR PAY
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lilS'totir to Singapore and Bornqo lie
fore icturnlng to San Francisco. Mr.
Sehwetln will 'lnieit tho Various
Pacific jiall agef.cierf tlitoligholit tho
Qrlctit He Is out fu'r liuVlne&ii a'ml
liiMiiga additional parhnllai's 'bete
toncernlng the lontemplated new
liners which will soon be under (ob
struction at ot.e ct the Eastern ship
ya'rds. Hon. W. P. Kent Is the American
Consul at Ncwchwang, China, and
Is returning with his family ufter
au exteuded leavo of ahsenco spent
in ihu Utlted States.
Mrs. Sydney Smith Is a prominent
San Frauclsco Koclety woman on a
round trip to the Orient.
His Excellency Chi Chan, Chargo.
do Affaires at the Chinese Embassy
at Mexico, CltyU" returning tp P-
klug mid Is accompanied by his wife
Claudo R, I'lng Is assistant audi
tor for the Pacific Mall Steamship
Company. It has beou nvo years
rIiko Mr. King passed through Ho
nolulu Mr KIiik'h well-known' bus
Inees ability and integrity white
coi.nected with the Bteamshlp com
pauy wI lead, fA'-lt Is nimored, to
still greater promotion lu the ranks.
Mr King has many friends here who
wish him well.
A number of mfsslo'narles and also
employes v' the Philippine. Insular
goierl.hiont aro iclnrnlnc lo the
Far East after having spent come
rnonthB in leave of absence In the
$ nil.' rp - riu
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
, Per P. M. 9. 8 ManilniiU. from
San Francisco, July 18 lor Hnna
lulu: Mrs. M. Boiger. Mr. A. llrii.l,'
Mr. Henry A. P. carter, Mr. I'. O.
Condoffor, Ir?. F f l'c,n lo.Ter, Col
Chas. E. Davis, Chas. K. Davit Jr..
Mr .1 J. Dowllng, Dr. F 11 Falrthlld.
Mrs. r. D. Faliehlld, Gov. V. V
Frear, Mri. W. F Frear, Ml.w Vir
ginia Frear, Mr. I. 8 Oorrlsh, Mhs
Edna Goodwin, Mr Geo, W. llawMns
SIra Geo. W. Hawkins, Mi'a. It, liny
selden, MStsler Donald Haysctden,
Mrs. II. I), llarard. Mr II. I.. Iluu.
foil, Mr. A. .1. Hlllierl. Mr. Jdrho llm
ward, Jessn 'Howard Jr., .Miss NJect
Howard, Miss Vera Howard, Mlsa An
na Huher. Mnstei1 Kiilak.iui, Mr. 1M
die I.eVy, 'MK Alfroit t" l.ewoun7.
Mtr. Alfred C. I.t-tteien, Mr. Alfred
8. I.owrcnz "Mr .1 MeDomld. Mrrt.
tlraco .MacMlllan. Mr 11 II. McNutt,
Mr. C. M. Mailtnin. Mm. C. M. Madi
son Ml-s A. MnhtTna. Mr. II. O.
Milrsh, MIsh Wafren Mills. Mr. A. K
Oawa. Col. Hani Parker, Mr Jan.
K. Parker, Mr. 1 I.. Pallcrsou, Mr.
E. W. Qulnn, MIsk Atha Rich. Mist
Iia7tl Rich. Mr .1 I" Illlchey. Mrs,
J. E. RllcWy. Mlhs Vlda Roa, Misi
It'. Rheftler. Mr. I.. W Sintlh, Mr. Roy
I' Hmllli. Ma lliiv I' Rnilth. Mrs.
11. O l. Smllh. Mr 1'. I". Spehlel.
Mr. M It. Streeter. Mrs. C. N. Thay
er, Jfn.. J. TVftU-rliniisp. Miss IMitlo
Wateihouso. Mils Ellzabolh Water
lious. Miss Laura E. While. Mlsa
Katharine Whiting. Mr. S. Wile. Mr.
W G. Will. Mr. 11 L. Ware. For
Yokohama: Mr. J. 11. Beall, Mrs J.
II Beall. Mlrs F Beall, Mlsi M. L,
Beall. MIsh 8. Ilarl-itul. Miss Graco
A. Hushes and mvanl. Mr W. I
Kent, Mrs. W. P Kent add nurse.
Miss Anne Kent, Mr. I'. 8. Mlnott,
Mrs. V 8, Mlnott. Mr. M. Pray. Mrs.
M. Pray. Mr. Harry A. Reel, Mrs.
Harry A. Heed, Mrs Sydney Smith.
Mr ' A. I. 8fr, Mrs A. I. Wire nnd
maid. Kor-Nagasakl. Mr F B. In
gersoll, MrM.' I B Ingersoll For
Shanghai: Dr. D. L Anderson, Mrs
I) L. Andcrztin. Dr Frances F Cat-
tcll, Mr. II. M'. MacCrncken, Mia. HI
M. McCrackenV For Hongkong: Dr.
Oeorgo B. Angle, Miss Graco P Arm
strong. Miss Jano W. Benedlcl. Mlsa
F. E. llelsoy. Mr Law Brooks, Mr.
Chi Shan, Mrs. Chi Shan nnd Infant
Mr.M. T Clcgg. Mis. M. 8.' Daniels.
Miss Mary P. Daniels, Mr. John E.
DaullonVipock, Mr.' Harold F. Dennis
ton. Mr. Daniel Dennlston, Mrs. D.
Diincstol!p'Mn.J'll,rD. Mr. Frank
EdttiudB.iMrs. Manilla, A. Frnch, Mrs
Gatllm Mr. Frederick G Oessner
Mis. .lossy I). Gessner, ,Mr, E T
Grlme.1. Mr. J -v l-'on' Tw. Miss
Ruth Klnerlm. Mr. C. it King, Mi
Wm. It. UtiS". M'- V. Kerr, Mr. Da
vid W. Lucas, Miss Gertrude Macfar
lane. Mr. Dana Q. McComb, Mr'sj. Da
na Q, McComb. Dr. I". B. McDanlol,
Mrs. IX B. McDnnlol and infant, Mas
ter Fred McDanlol, Miss ljelcn Mc
Dnniel. M"rs. MacMlllan, Mrs. Leo D
Marie, Master Louis E, Marie Mr. ti
Itz, Mrs. W O. North. Master Ross
vo'rtb Dr Willy Ostermeyer Mr E.
C Roberts, Rev. C. E. Rath, Mr. It. P.
bchwciin and" vntot. Mr. Ralph D.
Smith. MIbs Cathorlno Verdoiy. Mr
H. A. Walker. Mm. 11. A. Walker. Miss
Kllzab'eth Willis, Mr. Andrew O. Yan
Per stmr Klnau, fiom Kauai porta.
July 17 J Morso, M. JavU, Mrs. Jno
O. K. Maklno, Mrs. Makiiaolo, .1. 11.
Bole Rov. Ling Ixsong. Master Crano,
Mr. and Mrs, Suloka, Master Suloka,
C. II. Grey. Miss N. M. Damon. Miss
Lawrence. EtlUan. Miss Loo
ham. H. Rlcliolt, Mr. and Mrs J 8.
HJorth, I). S. Scott. MK. Dclavtnguo.
Mr. Evart. Mr. Casslbur, II. C. Val
dron, Mil". UunSH, Miss Bung-), Maj
tor II. Smith.
Per Btmr. Mlkahala, from Molokal
Lports. July 17rrMlsa Goaier. miis
Diode, Miss oconneu, juiss uu,.
nell. Mia T C. Brodo, Miss Brode.
Mrs. Wilkinson, fl. Kelllnol, Mr Klilt
hulaliul, Mr Langford. Mrs 0eoig3
Klnr, Father Thumaa, D. F, ZullaWay.
E. Ehrhorn. Mr. und Mis Meyora
" have forms
It Is expected that Governor Tiear
will Issuo tho proclamation for open
Ing homestead land within two days
nu hn Is In conference with Super-
Mntendent of I'uhirc Work CaWpben
ni'Qut ine ijuesiiuii nun mitnivu,,,
' Thi.ro' nra flfllMlluo' tracts tb llv
opbped and tho preparation1 for tho
opening has entailed a largo amount
of work irpon tho ollico ot auperin
I'srcclallv Is this truo In tho mini
, her of blueprint, which had to ho
, mudo ftir roi;lstratlon boards, ono tor
Mndi cif tlm fliv-iilno tracts being fur-
i nUhed to each of tho twelve. dfstrlSt
I Tl'ic'ro will lio ono ofilce of land
(registration In Honolulu, one on Knu -
ai at Llhue four'on Maul and six on homosteadefa unrtW thd law
Hawaii' Thoso olllcps' on Maul will I Those applications which Havobecn
ho nt Wnlliikii, Lahalnn, liana anil, received will bo rolurncd lo ono of
Ulupalakua, and on Hawaii thero will, tho slgnors and a blank form enclos
b relJiiadon places at Hllo, Ilono-ied In order that 'application may ba,
Una, Wnlmqa, Kohala, Kallua awl mado through tho proper channels. '
( .WATERFRONT NOTES ,
"" SHIPIIUILPINO l.n lhe JTt il I eil
States during the fiscal year Jnnt
endM rhows a marked Increase rfver
that of Iho prevlourt year. This
year there were built, according tn
refiorla nf tlin ftureau of Navma'
t ((in, ICOS mer'hant vewli'tft SI7.
02f g'rosa Ions, as ccunpal ',t "with
1362 veiveltr nf 2.12,816 p.roili ttin,
tile year before. Of tlin e hulli ilur
Ing th. last year, M.13 were dirge
n'nd eahal lioals, 1019 weri4 I'leam
verrels and 135 wen- i illliig ves"
bcIs. 'Iho largrtst of the flf'eeii
slei'I (.teamera ncoiistruVled during
lio year' wna''thp Wllhelmliia,' of
6971 Ions, while tKe hchonner Wyo
mlng, of il730 Inns, wua Ihe largest
wooden vessel Pier built In the
ON A FEW nf Iho larger ocean lln
crn a (rained nurse may lie found,
hut the Idou Is novel to train stew
niilesien nn shell. The Elder Domp
ster t'nmiihtf', One of the largest Unrta
sailing nut xif ).(verpc)rtl, bus nirnng
Pd o have their stf wnrdejiFes under
go n icgular rourse of training nt
tho Royal Southern. Hoppllal, Many
or the tcflttMi'tif'thln line pty-in'thi
West Cnui"M Afrlo.t'nllit 'tlin Vstfi.
hty Islands, "and prirtlculnr rillcilllfill
Is to be1 cWcn fi 'lliell' Instriietlbli W
treatment 'lit mpi 'of rtblirla. "THb
brnctlcil ndanta'Su'or tills slep havt'
ic-caslcihd favdrabld' cYimhiDtit 'fu
khlifplhs circles f-Llvcrpl(AI. r
. it'Mi jt'fKt . ' '
FOUR HOURS, after tho hatches
(in the flerho'hj W the American
ilnvnllan fielcMitni1 Alaskan vierf
Iriynoved at S'fi1 Hlego'-On July1-C.
i flames broke' Otil with 'reltevijed vTo-'
lence, driving" ttevl'dorea' and flro
men to the derks. ThWlvHtH tllj
third vvecfr ol tho MH nnd It w"ail
burning nsl fiercely as'1 ev'er Vtnlt'
big streams 'of ' wnlrf tlrid Iwd
streams of chefnlenl veie piuiri'il
Into the hold., which "will be f.ooclc'd
If necesiarr to bVtlngulsli tHo blaieV'
SHOWING n gain- or 5K2 over
May, 3359 seanien'wero shipped, re-
shipped -and dlrchdrgtd on American
craft In the dlsirict of Pitgcf-Soililrt
during Julio, a'c-ordlfig td "tho t&-
pott bf 'Shlpiilng' CchfihtlMdhUr'
Knox. While the Ktihiher of men
handled In Juno was not 3sb" I.ltfce its
the curiespondlng' mdnlh' last year,'
tho total for tho flscaT'ycar'-vf'ilcIt
ended JuneiSO shuns -it g'atn' nf nldrt
than 30d0. ' '"'"
Vf .. v IP' IV
PURSER PIEPI'.R of tho steamer
Mlkahala from Maul, Molokal and I..1-
nal ports reports Ihe folfow'llig TrtJfgllt
list uf 22 hogs, 12 crates 'hoiuy, 15
dressed muttons, 20 cratcV rhlclcehsV
107 packages aundrlctl. ' 'Purs'o'r Ple
per reported frilr weather on" 'tho
round trip."" '
THE ARRIVALS nt tho port this
morning Included Iho American
schooner Allco Cooke, which Vessel
halls fiom Port Ludlow-. The- Alice
Cooke cinio down In tw'cnty-lhreo
days nnd J brings a full shipment of
lumber to tho agency of lowers and
ALLEN AND Robinson have, receiv
ed a lull shipment of lumber by the
American schooner 8. C. Allen. This
vessel has arrived at the port after
nn eighteen dav passage. The vessol
has be'eii hauled along stdo the lum
ber whaff to dlechaigo. i t
. ' Kl I ' I ', ' ' II
ACCORDING to Purser Kekuewa of'
the stcamor Klnau 'tho following suff
er Is awaiting shipment im Kauai:
3100 bag.i K. S. M ; 48 175 M. A. Ki; !
7640 McB.: 2750 K. K. II.; 2389 K.
P.; C600 M. 8.; 500 K. B. Co.: 2230
1,, 1' i IVVV 11, Al.
WITH TtlE ARRIVAL of tho Inter
Island stoanuc Iw'alanl from Klpa
hnlii cm feuuifay Ihe'roVrrlv'ed'lho last
(if (he 1910 grinding? Thd"stea1nHr
bhrtRlft 5000 aucka of HBgnr,' Hntisli
vvi'iilhcr was met wllh on tho honiel
vvnM voyoge. ' ,
' ' ' rn j
Too many rooks oro nptjto apoll
tho digestion of thci pollremnn, '
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Wnlohlnu. , . , . ,
In regard to applications ot twonty
llvo peiMinB for tho opening up of
leased lamia for homestead purposes
Superintendent Campbell wishes to
announce that these' htinllchtlons most
bb made fipoii lilAnk forms furnlbhed'
uy nis oiuco- tuowing mat tlio appli
cants aro cllglb'e to tako up homb
Every mall Is bringing In applica
tions' from persons who nsk that cer
tain lands ho thrown open to them
but'there Is Aotlilng to show thnt tbov
I urn homesteaders 'of can becomo ollg-
lint- iu uok iur launs 111 uc upsnej.
Forms have been proparcd vyhlch
will show all 'tho necessary liifonna
Hon needed by tho land'' hOlto a"n 1
applicants will be required fo tako
lo - itli that they aro eligible to 'become
ADDITIONAL SMlPPINd ON PAaE F.IQHT,.'' ' r
1 L-J-l 4 L
I ARRIVED PA88ENQERB BOOKED I
i - t ? j.
Sunday, July 17,
Kauai porta Klnau. slmr., a. m.
Maul, MohlkM and I.anfll ports Ml
kahala, stmr. a. tn
Hawaii ports Iwalanl, ntmr., n. m, I
llavfali ports - Wallelp,
, stmr, a rn
Monday, July IB.
Ran Francisco-Manchuria", P M. fl
8 . 8 a. m
Fort flragg-S C "Allen,' Am
Port Ludlow -Alice Con!.i
seh a, tn.
Captain Thinks Hawaii
Will Win Very
By Hie Manchuria, vvhlrh arrived
this moining. II. 'I' Wlliler received
n letter friAS-'ttiipta'ln vllil!'iiriK'lt'
Lu, .,i..i!.u ,...t .v'.t'ii ...r'.' ..i!
jncilt"iiaw".wi. I no leiicr -va 11.11
ed '.inl lft'J-lhir'rf."y 'lerof.. tho
lrliCpaclf'"'raeo vSatfS'liedilled to
etfcrt. lfi tn'o .BcVneir WlfrfiV" Mated
Uinl'MWaVid Ms' efrvV hact''til.eu u
nilim dovif tlm'lJay in1 ''f'Smpany
wltli a 'hiMfler'nt rchef 'y'rtMits, jilul
Ihnt 1lhM,'"llaiva'll had tdiown linr
lieeli to SlVf'flft itei tlr th'o,'l'lect. '
i'"'Vci 'trnd.'S'lAiilj nt CSililYnn U
lafiit and flelefhilticcl fh'at, vypj would
glve'lt a'wlde berth vVheii wi stnrt
e'tl"out OH tn6' r:icc';ro VWnotillu. vo
fhoiild w'fiY thA ' hfg 'Meht' easily
eYfoitgh. a-ncV'unlfs wri MHri't get
wimr'"nnd thi"nlher linAtit do. Wo
wfiriand an' easy 'winder," ' '
'With refciencir ffi tlfr delay In
ihrf fcifrhltr" tUW.' Vl1dBb Bays that
tho mHAe"1 'vOas cnteted. thci.
vlt7idrnvvn'; nfjalh Pitt'e'rc'd and orfco
Inbro scratched for th5 rat' Then
at 'thi last hioVHen't 'won, cached
th 'HaatPB' tliln'per that (he AVlh-
fcomo' foiild 8uVt'ly' fnko' part In tho
race, 'An AnsweV'vvhs Wnt 'to h'cr
rati'dlnv 't'ellli'g him thnt 'one di'
rn'o'rcS gra'te''woufd he allowed nn
that If the ".Vlnsorrie arrived tin tlriio
llib cou,m'alllli' llie'ble event.
The Vf fisoirii' 'tlYd not reach tho
st.hrllWtf'oInt' on' tlriie, ilml tllf race
Starlctd wlfh'oW liciV "VlnlJr eon.
Hllefsi'lhaf,h"A 'tj-lirnfal.e' tho n'ri
clnWh"lT." ftrttrtWn days. niVu tlmt tho
llifUill ltf Ktire'Vliuter.
THE UAIIK9 AnriW 'Jnhtmm an I
Andrew -WolcrfofttlcT Jlatson Navl
gallon Corai-finy nf'rf' laid iiri In .Oitlr
la'h'cT Crctft1, ' a'fid vvhllo they nrfc not'
announced for sale. It is understood
that the clcslro of tho Matson Com
inny is to dlsMiso of their sailing
fleet as fast as possible. Tho Matson
sailing fleet now comprises but five
THE DODV of Captain A. Mll'or
uf Tacoma was found on North Ib
laud, Curnhado, on Juno 26. De
ceased lla'd committed suicide by
ACCORDINQ lo a report from tho
steamer Klnau the British frclghte
Alden-ls dlschaVgfng a portion ot her
tnlpincnt of Australian coal at Port
" Van Byck " Means
l Because we make our cigarg in Tampa, Flo.., instead
of on the Island of Cuba. ,f f , j , , v
Havana tobacco ccts half as much when imported in
the leaf, as it doe in the fprm of cigars
And thts saving of 100 per. cent, duty goes into Van
Dyck "Quality," and is affo-Je'd etjcl) smoker..,. , i ,
. t' ' ' . F
In Cuba we liave our
own warehouses and pre
paratorj departmeiit, '
Through' oit'r experts, on
the ETflunc?. wc net. the
pick' Of 'the choicest 'tcW
co growni-the. 'finest Ha-
On native soil, these
leaves nfe" meljowed into thiti, mifd' paneWa to'tb'e'
their1 fullest fragrtnee and fit, full-flavortdperfecto-
flavor then shipped to our each cne the utmost in Ha-
faet in Tamjia vana perfection.
At Your Bealers 3-for-25c to 25o Each
M.A.tTtJNSTclCO.',Th"e'lHous of Staples" Distributors
. ( 1 Uuth
Per atmr. Mlkahala, for Maul and
Molokal 'ports Mlsa L. IC. nnrns,
Miss MdWl Meyer," Mrs. 'V, Meyer.
t uiun uunuru, o. r, ivncH
Per slmr. Klnau ,for 'KauaJportd,
July 19.-Mnf C Miller; Mlsi Had
ley, A. C. Coburn, Mra. E. K. Couant,
MtS. Jaai fiampale, II. W( P "tilrvU.
Mra. Pun Is, MUa Purvla, Mrs. J. Ha
fecKori ' 'J
Per rtrnr. Manna Kea for llllo via
Way porta, July 19. 1'runl: Baldwin,
Mrs. Baldwin. II. P.' Baldwin. 'Mlsa
M II. 'Jonei, F, D. HicnnL. Aifron,
II, Focke. Daisy Hell, Mist Graco
Alitflrrhcailt Mlsa ,!. Vitty. Mlrfs A.
lleav'tr. A. D. Baldwin, Alias Bald
win,' Mis'! Margarcl Cdstlo, Miss F.
Ouppv, Miss B. Taylor, A. IVaser,
Mrs. FmerrC:--. Kitrg: Mrt.-Klnit,
8. Hciien, Miss WIckanden',aMrs. M.
B, Horloii, 8. I.atakoa, Mra. J. Du
Rcgo,,Mlss Woodward, 'Allen 'Horberf!
II It MrCntfini.hfA f. II AlnAiaol-
Mfs.,Alcxnnihi1, Mlas E Cox, Mlsa i.
WATERFRONT N0TE8 I
THE AMERtqANHttWaUan frelglit-
er Alaskan, which -was on tiro for sev
eral 'cveorB nt 8an Diego, 'has arrived
at aa.i rraneceo. "rue lire was ex
IhjgUlshfd fiefnip slio left for Ihftt
ibrl.v I'r6m'fl rough fnspocllon It ap'
pears1 that nt least half of the sleam
cr's largo' of 2000 'tcin4 vha destroy,
ed. This Included shipments of bug
gy whips, riibhsr belts, suit cases,
umbrellas) and other general merchan
diser of n similar Vititoty,
Cnptritn Plllsbiiry, surveyor for Iho
marlno iindcrvvriterH .canio up on tho
Alaskiln from San Diego.' fn't dlil not
earn lo cllsenss the dlslislcw Trom
her cMerlor apiearanco tho fact that
a bad flip had raged below decks
could not ho told. A glance into Nn
3 holll, however, told tho story.
i'hr flro on Iho Alaskan waa ills
covered n fPW hours' after tllo ateum.
or had put Into San Diego on her
vciynto from flallna Cruz lo dlscha'rgn
part of her cargo. Fiom,Jilne 17th
until July 7th the' chemicals wero
forced into the holds, n'nd a'ftcr n
long und hard fight, tho flames wero
quenched. The origin of tho flro has
not b-en determined.
N .?......-,... .....
im, i;4-wuiAiYaiiKcruiiau liner
Makura from Sydney via Suva should
arrive at Ilonolulu atan' early hour
tomorrow morning according to lato
wireless reports received at the lo
cal rigpnCy. Tbe vesselwaVjlvo hun
dred miles off tho porfat eight 'clock
last Olpht nnd Sins steanitrtg through
nho tfpdther.' ' '
A SPECIAL wireless to tho Ship
ping Guide nnnounccs tho arrival of
the American barkcntlne 8. a. Wilder
at tho 'por't of MJittukeW this morn,
ing. Tlio' vessel 'comes from San
Francisco and brings a largo' general
cargo coifslgnc'il to thcY Hawaii' Rail
road Company. " '
DOWDELL & (JO. announce Ibat
tho British sle.amcr, Knight m t8t.
Genrgo wilt be sold ut auction ' at
1:30 n. ni., July 26, at the Mer
chants' Exchange, Sau h-ranclsco.
Tho veil-known tram;i Is of 2907
tons net, 404.5 feet long 48 feet
beam and 27.4 feet cleplli- of. hold.
THE MATSON Navigation steamer
Entcrprlsp from San FJ-nn,clsco bound
for llllo Is expected to have arrived
at tho Hawaii port early" this mqrn
Ing, The vessel li bringing a general
cargo Jiut fcwpasscngcrH,
IV IU tl IIM J
Here climatio conditions
are similar tp.JthpseJ.pu;
maliers. ,.. ' ,. ,
..Van Dyifk' "tTdiSlity'
td Be.h'a'cl In.twentvse
. different sizes fniV the
P .Mf VIU" .?' 4ft
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Jl I I'jI1, ''-h i . rfl i
" i iM'ji'i fit ' '
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