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RVKNINO IIULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, JULY 26, 1910.
LOCAL YACHTSMEN PILOT
HAWAII HOME A WINNER
R n, m.t; Sky mc-enst. no iiioiiilng
eight. 11! noon: J.nt 2ti deg AG
inln. 7 s'ec. N.; long. I J.", deg .1."i
mill. IS tee, W. Dlstlll.re made, goo I
ISO, mllen. I'iiFocil foil i - masted
sdic-oner, Miottt ten miles to west
wanl, hound north I p in. No
ehnngo In wind or tea. Sk mill
overcast, but shows tlgns of ile.ir
lug. 12 midnight: Wind Is hauling
from west to luivth. and far) light,
with smooth sea. Changed tourcotu
8W. hy W.
Thursday, July 1 18 n. m : Wind
NV ei) light, with smooth rea.
12 noon: Wind has dropped to al
most a calm. Lat. 20 deg. 11 mill.
11 i-ce. N.; long. 12H deg. 19 mill.
I", see. W. Dlsluliie made, gooll l"il
mllfs. 8 p. m.: llno been only
drifting the cut li o afternoon. I p.
m : Dead calm. Took In fisherman's
ttiiys.tll. h.il onn Jib and foic gn!T
topsail, ami set Jlli.
I'rlday. July IK 8 a. in,: Hulling
around In n ealm 12 noon: Light
'IWWSf' " J&a&K
'l.J.'f JTJ- -B1BBKL "
ST - "J "- TSTB? rw
W. II. STKOril
wind fiom NW . with smooth se.i.
liar. 30.20 hit 2 deg II mln. .VI
tec. N.; long. 130 deg. 12 mln. 6
sec W. Dlstnnco made, good 10ii
ifitles. 1 i. m.: Still holding light
wind from NW. 8 p. in.: Wind has
Increased slightly. 8:30 p. pi.: Wind
has limited to NK. S;t rilffeo, 12
nildrlght: Wind light.. SB. hut lUit
Satin day, July 16 8 a. in.: Wind
NK., light: smooth sen. Set tqmire
tall and bqttare topsail. 12 noon:
liar. 20 20; Int. 25 deg. Id mill. 20
tee. N.; long. 132 deg. 28 mln. 13
sec. W. Wind hauling to-NW , with
ralu squalls. Distance made, good
130 miles. 4 p in.: Fresh squalls
from NW. Tool, In squiifesall and
cquaro topsail, and tet No. 2 jib top
rail li p. in : 1'iesh NW. breeze,
with rain squalls. Titik In No. 2
jib topsail and tet balloon jlli and
r.shet man's staysail. S it. in.: Set
inffee. Wind ficsh NW. to N., with
Sunday, July 17 8 a. in.; 1'rcm
uoithcrly wind; moderate sea. 12
noon: ll.tr. 30.19; lirt. 24 deg. 36
mln. 20 sec. N.; long. 135 deg. 42
mln. W Distance made, good 182
tulles. 4 p. in.: Wind N. to NP...
light. 5 p m.: Wind hauled dead
aft. Tool, In balloon jib, fisherman's
stnysall nud forcBait, and tot squaic
call and Equaro topsail. 9 p. in.'
Ueniitlful clear night, with suuxith
sea ami wind light NK. 12 mid
night: No change In general coudi
tlona, Monday, July 188 a. in.: Wind
light NK . with o rational squalls
from NW.; modeiate sea. 12 noon:
Har. 30.20; lat. 21 deg. 10 mln. 47
Eec. N.; long. 139 (leg. 1 mln. 30
sec. V,'. Distance made, goqd 185
miles. Light NE. wind; modorato
sen 4 p. m.: Wind has dropped
lght NK., with model ate sea. 12
'midnight; Wind (oulliiues very light
CIIAX MILDJ'lt ' . ' " TpilKI.Xi
' Tuesday, July 19 8 u. in.: Wind
' i lias-btun vdi) light clucu mldulglit.
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M not tr Since morning the wind
has diopped to nlmosl n calm, with
smooth sea. I til'. 30.21; lat. 23 deg
21 mill 31 fcr. X., long. 1 II deg. f. I
mln. IT, see. W Distance made, good
162 mile. I p. in.: Wli.d continue
exi ceding light, with smooth tea
R p in.: Wlml fiushenlng from NK
with smooth mm. Ileaittlful moon
Wednesdii), Jul) 20 8 a in
Heavy tquiills fiom XW., hut en
light slniu midnight. 12 noon
i Wind light Ni:. since 8 n, in. Il.ir
! 30.3(1; lat 22 deg. Hi mln. 10 sec
IN.; long. 115 deg. 11 mln. 30 sec
W. DltluiHu made, good 182 miles.
'Changed tonne to WSW. I p. m
I'resh NI". wind since noon. 8 p m
, Light squalls fiom XW. 12 111 III
nlpli't. Light Nil. wind, with oca
ThitrsJuy. July 21 8 it. in.: Wind
has been voiy IJght NI'. bin e mid
night. 12 noon: Wind has freshen-
,1- v.v .? Ts
('II MILKS UAWH
ed a Utile liar 30.20, lat 22 deg.
8 mln 12 sec. N ; long 148 deg -II
mill. 48 sec. V. Distance mane,
good 2011 miles. 4 p. m.: Wind hat
held fresh NK. since noon, with mod
erntc.wn. 8 p. m.: Heavy squalls
ft m NW. Changed tourse to WSW
I'rlday, Jul 228 n. in.: Light
NK. wind; moderate sea. 12 noon.
Wind continues very light. liar.
30.20; lat. 21 deg. 16 mln. 58 see
N ; long. 151 deg. 50 mln. W. l)ls
lame made, good 170 miles. 4 p
in.: Wlml still very light. 8 p in
Wind has died down to a cr) light
breeze. 12 midnight: No change In
general conditions. We are In hopes
of making Diamond Head light Sat
tirday evening, but unless wu pick
up u better ulml than we have had
for the last twenty-four hours It Is
very doubtful If e Mulsh hy Suudnv
Satuiday, Jul) 23 8 a. in.; Wind
Kt 111 cry light NK., with smooth
tea. 12 neon: Wind and se.i Mine
as above. liar. 30.20; lat. 21 deg
36 mill. 5 sec. N.; long, 154 deg. 27
mln. 30 sec. Dstnma made, good
145 miles. 4 p. in.: Wind shows no
signs of Imptou'ineut. 8 p. m.: Still
drifting ulong with n very light
breezp. 12 inlilnliflit: No change In
wind or sea.
Sunday, Jul) 21 n. in: Sighted
Jlnul. Wind rtlll holds ery light,
with usual smooth sea. ti a. m. : IJu-
law.-i Point bears south ten miles.
3:23.30: Crossed the Hue.
Statistics of Yachts.
I Hawaii Typo, schooner; yacht
club, Hawaii, .owner, Hawaii Yacht
Club; navigator, Cnpt. Cliatlos Wll
jdor; length ocr all, 70 feet; lcngtn
.water line, 52 feet; beam, 16 feet;
diaft, 9 feet 5 Inches; working sail
nrea. 3300 tqunie feet; racing sails,
5000 nn.ua u feet: total spread, S300
'squait feet; handicap, scratch; mow,
Htvculhciit- Tjpe, hlIiuuiiui , jntht
1 ' WllB
i'WI iT i i' ri fflfi yPUM
club, South Const; owner. Commo
dore It. C P. Smith; navigator. Cap
tain Lew Harris: length over nil, S3
feet; length water Hue, 40 feet;
j hn.itii, 15 feet fi In lies; ilrnft, to
root, working sail nren, 3j00 square,
feet, lacing will, 3000 equate feet; I
totnl spread, G500 square feet, hand
leap. 1? hnurn; rrew. 10 men
Slolll oil T)pc, )nw,, ).irlt club,
Aeolian, owner, Krancls II Smith;
nailgntor, Coinnioiloro L. T. Ward;
length over nil, 55 feet, length water
line. 38 feet; beam, 133 feet; draft?
9 feet; winking sail nrea, 2000
tquaro feet; raring sails, 201)0
tquaru feet; handicap, 15 hours;
crew, 8 men.
Crews cf Yachts.
Hawaii Commodore Charles Wil
der, captain; W, II. Stroud, llrst of
llcer, Charles Lewis, second officer;
Harry Illicit, boatswain; Hobcit Hen-
dr. Jack O'llrlen, Vlco.Conunodoro
T V King. W. C. Wilder, Prince Ku
hlo Knlnnlaii.iolo, sailors; steward,
Sweetheart Captain Lew Harris,
Commodore It. C. ,P. Smith, K. J.
Whitney, Walter llriinnl l W. V.
Jorilau, 11. I). Hazard, Seaman King,
Harr) Jack, mllors; cook.
Moltllou Commodore L. T. Ward,
captatt:, A M. Johnton, first offlcer;
I' I'rankhnn' second nflUcr; W II.
Craig, W II. Schioeder, V I'leder-
llks, J. Husscll; took.
Willis T. Pope, Will Cooper and
F. -M. l-'ultz heturned to Honolulu
lust eci:lug after u ihiy'a trip
through the mountains In the nolgh
bothuod of Mnkua.
Tho party left Saturday morning
and went ns far as Mnkua on the
railroad, stilklug In from that point
to the mountains, visiting one uivo
nnd camping Saturday night on tho
lldgo of tho rungo ticaily back of
Yesterday they too't u long hike
along tho ridge of the mountains
and finally nmo out at Mokulela,
where train was taken )esterday nft
ornoon for the return to Honolulu.
Seerul Inteiestlug photogrniihu
of tho country were taken on the
Mr Kultz, who accompanied the
itwo Ilonoliitaus, Is superintend lit
of schools at Santa llailmra, and has
done imuli climbing ulong tho Pa
Ho Is on a vlhlt to Hawaii am)
will Icctiiro on Ycllowslono Park
next KrhUy at Ihe Noimal beforu
i ho summer scllool.
Violated tuiie food act.
Under dato of May 23, Secrctnr)
of Ag-rlcultuio Wilson Issued n no
tko of tho hclzuro of 5000 cases of
pineapple belonging to tho Huwul
lan Duvoloiiinelit Company of Houo.
lulu.soveial mouths ago, nH It wnB
mlshrnndcd under tJio provlsluna of
the Puro Kood ami Ding Act.
This pineapple was shipped toCal
Ifornlit and waH thoio solved, after
ward being released upon guarantee
that It would not be sold.
Tho product was mlsbialidcd In
that It was said to contain two
pounds of plnoapplc to the can, when
as u matter of fact Ihe pineapple In
each can wolghed but mo pound six
Leading Hawaiian's Tell
"Titi.. i'.u.iiot..Tiiii-tft.i .....i.ii.t,i...:
Bcncmo is n ni)stcr). .1. ai. roepoc.
"Tho Hawaiian nie sior today bo
caitsu tln Teirllorlal government
spent tho people's money for tho Itus
slans to come hero and do nothing."
O. K. Kciwchakit.
"If Thurston nud his riowd lovo
llawallnna, why did they overthrow
Queen l.llliioknlaiii fiom tho throne?"
II. K. Kaiilho,
"Voting poutr is our last hope. Do
not glvu It to Thurston and Woolluy,
who nru ti)ing to mislead thu Ha
wullniw." J II. Wise.
At thu meeting of tho niitl-prohlhb
IIuiIsIh at Aula Park lust Saturday
night, thu leading speakers mailo thu
above statemunls to one of tho larg
est gatherings that eer assembled
there. The) wero most vnthiislnstl
cu'ly tipplauded ns they told their
stories. Tin y declared their Inten
tion of voting ugJlnst the prohibition
toinonow The) said that they did
not want to bu misled by Woolley
mill ThntKlon. whom they think nru
trying to disfranchise the llawallans
of their liberty as electorate, They
said they wero going to mark "Ante"
which Indicates that they want to run
their local government, and not to al
low them to bo misled by Woolley
Pocpoo stated that there "was a
mystery In tho whole) thing, which he
himself could not fathom, hut which ho
thought would sure como to grief, be
cause Thurston was at tho bottom ofJ
ptolilhltlou Hu said that tho Hnwal
lans wure not dying bccniiso of liquor
Ho rrnd tho report of tho Hoard of
Health cocrlug the causes of death.
Keawoluikii, one of tho ablest lla
wnllan speakers stated most emphati
cally that thq llawallans wero ioor
becauso all tho public money has
been smut foolishly towards bring
ing tho ItiisslntiB, tho Filipinos and
other , good-for nothing Immigrants
hfcre, who turned out to b& useless
laborers. Ho remarked that tho lla
walluns could lino been tlvcn cm
ploymunt with that amount of money
had the government officials been
more careful ill spending It.
"Thu government was quick enough
to spend tho money for thosu Hus
slmis and Filipinos; but' forgot to re
member that they Thurston nnd oth
ers, had "aloha" for tho llawallans,
before whom they como now and ask
them to vote, for prohibition
"This Is a trick." he continued
"They have Hied together with Ha
waiian nnd )ft they have done noth
ing to eliminate their hardships. The
Hawaltnns In plantations are not pro
vided with good and Uvublo quarters
and )ct these plantations made every
thing comfortable for thu Russians
who. upon their in rival here, refused
to work 1 1) plantations. -
"This Indicates posltUely that
Thurston and his ciowd, hnvo no
"aloha" for the Huwallans "Pololcl,"
shouted tho crowd. The speaker was
Kmilho. the "Cannon hall or Ko
liuln ' tiellveied one of tho bqst
speeches of the night. His sound lo
gic agilnst prohibition won Tor him
the kokiius of tho audience. Hu told
his interested heurcrs to voto "Aolo,"
nnd thoy assured him right there and
then, that they would vote according
lie iKilnted out to tho crowd thut
It was not piohlbltiun that Tlnuston
and Woolley weio working for; but
rather to disfranchise tho Hawnllans.
His remark wero kokuaed by the
Wise, claimed that Thurston and
WooP.cy had no lovo for tho Hawai
ian'!, becauso It was Thurston that
dethroned tho Hawaiian Queen. "This
action i)f,Thurston who is leading the.
prohibition scheme will not bu Tor
gotten by tho voters at tho ballot box
Ilo urged upon the crowd to vote
"Aolo" In order to perpetuate tlieli
rlehtB upon the land nnd to vote dqwn
Woolley and Thtirtton and othorB
who nro tr)lng to belittle tho Ha
Tho speakers woro most onthiislns
tlially 'applauded when they couclud
Tonight anotner mnss mi-ciio mi
bo held at Aula Park and nblo Speak
ci8 will tell Hawaiian votcre a fow
tiuths ifgardlng tho evils of proht
bltlon; '; ' ' ( v ;
, i ir
RELIEVE! 'AT PrJCE.
That terrible Itch disappears wltb
ho FIIIST DltOPS of D. D. D. 1'reH
crlptlotu' H kills all skin dlsoast
Berms-conBtnntly. A soothing, healing
lotion used externally only. Honolulu
Drug Co., Fort 8tieet.
Borne men who think tliiiiiselves
great are not eon In tho nar-gmat
Every American citizen should, ro
to the polls and vote, Tuesday. Vote
Home women drive their husbands,
and uomu others tnulio them lucis up.
PLENTY OF BASEBALL PLAYED
There was basclmll caloro on Sun
day, and ut ,tb() Athletic Park no
Icsj than three games weio pulled oft
during tho day. In the morning the
Oaliu Juniors had n game, nnd the
Pnlnmas heat tho Asahls by a score
of 6 to 5. It was mi interesting
struggle, and was all) body's giime up
tilt the Hist half Of the eighth in
ning. The sioie was tied then, wlthl
uve cut a, aim n was in ine eigiiui
Hint thu Pntatuns added oiie more mil
to their score. The Asahls could not
do anything In their ninth, and Ilia
game ended In victory for the Puln-
nias by n score of 6 to, 5.
In tho afternoon theio were two
games, and while one of them that
between the Marines utid C. A. Cs,
was fierce, the game between the Wn-
scdas and Portugucte was all right.
The JapancHU visitors heat the P. A.
Cs. hy one to nil, utid It was nil
liilcicstiug go right through. The
Chlnesu handed the Marines a pnek
age to the tunc of 13 to 4, and t.iero
was nothing to the game.
Marines vs. C. A. C.
Tho Marines weio represented by
a bunch of players who ccldom if
over appear In tho "big" gaines.Tho
regular half-wet nine had gone to
Lcllchun to try and bent tho Filth
Cavalry, and a scrub team faced the
Chinese. Tho result was that the
Marines had no chanie of winning,
and the ganio only made people
The C. A. Cs, started right out In
their first and mado two runs. Tho
Marines also got gqlng early and hit
up thrco In their second. With tho
exception of one In their sixth, that
was nil tho scoring they did,
Tho C. A. Cs., however, were In a
soring mood, mid -they proceeded to
tnnko three moie tallies In tho tulrd.
Then they failed to score In the
fourth, hut In the fifth, sixth, seventn
and eighth the Chlncso added one,
two, thrco nnd one runs, respec
tively. Adams and Klnunel formed tho bat
tery for the Marines, and It was n
very dlfteicnt one to, that which usu
ally does tho work for tho half-wets.
However, tho inch did their best
under the clrcunuituiiccs, and nothing
elte could lie hoped for.
Ah Toon held the big mitt fur thu
C. A. Cs., nnd the pitching was done
by two men Ayau nnd Amoy. Thu
latter used to pitch great ball some
)ems ago, but has not done ninth of
latu I- that Hue. Apnu, the egular
pitcher of tho team, he'd down
lii st nud did good work.
Wascdas Beat Porti'Tuese.
Tho big game of tiC day caused a
tot of excitement, and light thiough
tho hour and n half of play the fans
were kept going ut full pneo wltn
their rooting. And the noise the
Japanese and Portuguese funs made
was the real dope lit the way of root
Ing for sure. Kvcry bit of play was
watched Intently, and tho cheers that
went up as each pinti was snuffed out
at first, second, tblid or the home
plnte, must have been heard at Wal
The only s-oie mado was In the
fifth inning, when pn a wild throw
of Freltas, Mlkuml got safe to bec-
oud nud then was brought homo on
h two-bagger hit by Yumuwukl. li
was hard luck for, Hio Portuguese,
and tho odds are that tho game
would huvo been anotlier cightcon-ln-
nlng one, only for the, wild throw.
01,- the big follow who generally
plays ut first fpr tho Wasedas, did tho
twirling for the. visitors, mid he show
ed what it good ull-iound man he la
In any position. Yuniawakl did tho
catching, and he was quick us a cut
behind the plnte.
When tho Wnsedus bcored tholr sol
itary run in the fifth Inning tho
Poitugiiesu fans were Hot very dis
gruntled. Thoy figured It out thut
their team would get things going
soon, and ut least tie the score. There
was nothing doing, however, and for
Inning utter Inning tho WnsedaB held
the P. 7. Cs. down to no score.
It lcoked ut times as If the Por
tugucse would, score, but something
always happened to stop the dtslied
run being made, nud tho hopes of the
fans weio dashed to-tho grouud. Tho
gumd endcd'ilu a hlnzo of glory1 for
tho Wusejlus, ,who at last broko tho
uu of bad tick they huvo been en
On Satuill-jjafttfrnpotj the JVVase,
1,'ib once ninrejwenUdjwyiHnt'le'feqt'
and this tlrnclt waif to, (he Marines,
who beat tho Japancso by a scoro m
5 to 3, after' li gumd thut kept the
fans excited all tho tlmo;
The VasedU1wero''fltst to bat and
thoy did nothing In tho.run-gottiiig
lno. Neither did thoy mak"S a tally
for seven Innings, It was in the
eighth that tho Japanese got going
properly, "and they mado two runs,
which thoy followed up with oue
more lu the ninth.
Tho Marines hit up four tuns In
their first Inning, and then did noth
ing for four Innings. Then tho half
wetn mado one more In their sixth,
and tho finish of the gnmo showed
thu ucoru to bu 5 tu 3,
Oshu College Defeat J. A. C. Nine.
The first game on Saturday wns
played between the Onhu Cnllcgo
Alumni and tho champion J. A. C.
team. It ended In a victory for io
cx-studctns, who beat their opponents
hy n a ore of 7 to 4. Hampton nnd
Wlnne formed the battery for the
Alumni, and Kealoha and Ilrlto did
like duty for the Japanese Athletics.
FORT i)UER"AHD MARINES
LOSE III IHIlltAfrY OAMES
Guards Have Hollow Victory Over Ar
tillerymen F.fth Cavalry Too
Strong for Marines.
Thcro wero several games In the
Military League Bcrlcs on Saturday
and Sunday, and one of them, that be
tween thu fort linger and N, U. II.
tenuis, resulted In a regular slaughter,
Tho Guards won by a scoro of 12 to 0
and tho way tho men scored was too
quick to follow with the cyo. Tho1
gamo wns plajed at. tho tongue,
i -. . i
grounds,, nnd n fair sized crowd ot
inllLljiry 'fans was present; '
On Holiday ht l-cllchdii, (he .'Marines
got ii walloping from tho Fifth Cav
alry and the tally at tho llnlsh wns 4
to 2. Tlie half wets were thought to
halo an excellent chanco of beating
tho horsemen hut the good thing wni
The regular Mnrlno team that plays
at tho Athletic Park went to Lcllo
litiu, but they were not strong enough
for the Scholleld Hnrrncks men., Pey
ton and Sinclair formed tho battery
for tho Marines, nnd they did their
best to hold thu Cavalry down, but
with no success. It was n sad nnd
sorry bunch Hint returned to Camp
Very nnd. told their mates of tho beat
ing they had got from tho Cnvnlry.
tt :: t:
DOTS AND DASHES.
Company C defeated Company D
nt tho Murine Camp hy n scoro of 11
to 3! there nro now threo teams -A.
IJ. and C. tied for tho first placu,
and Coniimny D is Inst.
Maddlsnn, who Is to box Sarconl, Is
halt! to ho a real good man with tin-
milts ami the lluglcr will hao to
In In great sliupo to hnvo u chance
SI. Louis College will soon haiu u
baseball nlno In commission once
iiioiu, and tho Saints mean to chal
lenge any leiim In Hawaii,
Tho Hawaiian F.lcctrlc Co. bisu
lull uluu defeated thu Wlcliman
milieu nt naseo.iu )cstorilay uy a
scoro of 1 1 to 4.
Jack Cordell and Pal Cornui air
in act He training for their bout on
Saturday night next nnd u real good
go Is expected.
"Farmers can't get farm hands no
moio." "Go to tho crowded cities.
Tnkn some moving pictures of life on
tho farm and exhibit thorn." "How
can we take moving pictures ot llfu
on tins farm? We can't ketch tho
hired man In motion." Loulsvlllo
Diplomacy Is tho nrt ot making oth
ers bcllovo )ou nro Interested- hi
them, when in reality they uiaku )ou
Saturday, July 30
PAT C0RNYN of San Francisco
4 , 'JACK CORDELL
Fifteen Rounds Fifteen
Championship of Hawaii
BUGLER SARC0NI vs. ED MADISON
Cntiip Very Ban Francisco
Time Called Elght-Thlrty
PRICES Ringside, $3; Reserved
Seats, $2 and $1; General Admission,
Tickets at Fitzpatrick Bros.. Hotel
and Fort Streets.
MONDAY, TUESDA" , WEDNEL AY
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SPECIAL .MATINEE, SATURDAY
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Prices 25c. SOc. 7So
Honolulu Athletic Park
SATURDAY, JULY 23:
0. C. ALUMNI vs. J. A. C.
U. S. M. C. vs. WASEDA
SUNDAY, JULY 24:
C. A. C. vs. U. S. M. C.
P. A. C. vs. WASEDA
Admission 25c, SOc. and 75c.
Wonderful Troupe of Performing
Dogs and Monkeys
THE MARVELOUS TYLER
Balances Mattresses, Casks, Japanese
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PRICES lOo nnd 15s
MISS ETHEL MAY Soprano Soloist
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The Great CR0TT0NS Marvels of 4
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AND MOTION PICTURES
Admission 5c, lOo, 15o
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in the city .
Admission 15c, 10c. So.
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING
will hold its f.rst nunrtcrlv rlnnrp mi
THURSDAY EVENINO, AUGUST 4,
at a o'clock. Odd fellows' Hall.
C00D MUSIC AND A GOOD TIME
Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER
Oculists' Prescvintions Filled
HARRISON IILOCIr KOItT STKHBT
Honolulu, T. II.