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CV&NINO BULlittX, R6k0Ltrt.t, 7 y YOtAT, JCLt ii, 1910.
' Masonic Temple
all visiting members of tne
irder are cordially Invited to
iitpnd me'tlna" nf local lodges
Wee on the
lad and 4tli
t hdayi of
at K. P. Hall
' 30 P M.
mntur ritninrpfi Ai uwuwwi v
MAninc CNOiNECitY other Asso
CNEFICIAL ASSIATIOH ciations cor
' EAEMONY IQDGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
k . Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O F. Hall, Fort Btreet
- R II. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
i ; AH visiting brothers very cordially
pAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of E.
Meets every first and third Frl
nay evening at 7:30 In K. of P.Hall,
torner Fort and Ueretnnla. Visiting
"rothors cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONE9. C. C.
O. F. HEINE. K. n. a
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Menu every first and third Thurs
iayk of eacb month at Knights of,
Pythias Hall Visiting brotbors cor
Jlallv Invited to attend
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem
E. V. TOUU. C. of R
atlNOLULU AERIE 140. FOE.
. Meeia on tbe 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Ueretnnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. It. RILEY, W. P."
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE 010. B. P. 0. E.
" Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. U.
Elks, meets In their ball, on Kln
Btreet, near Fort, every Friday eyen
Inc. Visiting Brothers are cordially
l Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUQHEIITY, E. R
i GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
a.. U t .
B,$ Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7J3U ociock in rv oi r
.'Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla Visit
s'' Ini hrntheia rnnllallv Invited to It
II A TAYLOU. C C
B A JACOBBON. K It S
Wherever paint is needed,
JLewersfc Cooke, Ltd.
177 So. Kinc Street
; M. E. Silva.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
. ' Prompt and Polite Attention
I flHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
I' CATHOLIC SISTERS
Whone 170 . Nieht Call 1014
3i mmmm mm.
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch cf the Harriion
'lias teen called and Is DUE JUNE
;IB anl DELINQUENT on JULY 10
Prometheus And Tow
Mikli g spppd nvprnglng seven nnd
a half knots nn 1 hiving rovorcd a
distance of 21 ihIIim since leaving
Honolulu, the United States naval
ti to, tho Prometheus, lowing thi dis
abled cruiser C'hnttnnoogn, nnd llio
Cleveland, convoying the two essoin
to tho Coast, hic been heard from
Hetr dmlrnl Onrwln P Keen or
the I oral naval station Ih In rcrelpt
of extremely gratifying ndvlces from
the milter Cleveland
Tho last Ini l"tln, Issued at 9' lb
hut evening, w.ts to tho effect that
'he vest els wore moving along In
good form and miking satisfactory
Tho three vortcls passed within
flvo miles of tho Toyo Klten Kalshu
liner Ch'yo Maru nt S o'clock on
Make your Plans to Vote next Tues
day. Don't Evade the Issue Vote No.
BLIND PIG KILLS
(Continued from Pace 1)
vert, a young woman friend yester
day .reached the. ponlntentlarv at New
Westminster, to which ho ha been
sentenced for threo ycirs by Ills
Honor Judge Young
The prisoner made a full and pite
ous confession, ascribing his action
wholly to the Influence of the vile
stuff designated as liquor which had
been sold to htm by on Teddy Kruz
ner, proprietor of a soft drinks shop,
who, like many others, has been tak
no advantage of human nature and
the absence of licensed and regulated
hotels In the G. T. P. city, to carry on
a secret and Illicit traffic Incompar
ably more harmful to the community
and more difficult to control in Its
relation to the breeding of crime In
This phaso of the liquor trafTlc pro
blem was veryiencrgotlcnlly and per
tinently commented upon by Judge
Young In passing sentonco
"I only regret," said his honor,
"that there Is not sufficient evidence
now before mo to convict this man
Kruzner, for In my opinion a severo
punishment onght to be Imposed upon
him I realize that It Is exceedingly
difficult for tbe "Ulcers of tho law to
keep a strict watch upon these steal
thy drinking places, and I hope that
they wllljje, cycii mora active In do
ing so In the future. As for Kruzner
If he has any rousclence nt nil It
should bo a punishment for him to
leflect upon all tbe mltery and suf
fering that his dealing liao undoubt
edly brought about."
The Blind Pig.
The experience cf the police at
Prince Rupert during the no license
period precodlng Its Incorporation, as
a city with self governing powers,
nd Its adoption of tbe license, prln
clple n? generally prevailing In this
province. Is not one that, Is likely to
be cited by adyecatea of change, In
British Columbia's system of dealing
with the liquor traffic.
Despite the utmost activity of tho
police ' blind pigs" and "holes In the"
wall" hao sprung up nnd flourished
until forretted out by the law, these
vile resorts, hidden away from the
public view, dealing In alcohol drugs
nnd poisons of the Ileal description,
nnd subject to nono of tho official
supervision and surveillance inevlta
bio under tbe license sysium, have
proven breeding places of disorder.
Arcoidlng to Superintendent litis
sey "blind pig" offers opportunities
In crime and difficulties for tho police
which aro happily uncommon In the
oxtrcmo In Urltlsh Columbia. In
Prince Rupert alono no. less n, sum
than ?S,1Q0 was recently collected In
fines as the result of a special cam
paign ugalnst these underground
boozing dens, to deal with which a
special force of outside detectives
jnd to ho employed, sent north from
At least three crimes of serious
character aro directly traceable and
these It Is sajd would In every prob
ability have rever bn possible un
der ordinary circumstances had the
common license and regulation sys
tem of the province prevailed.
If you are doubtful about where
you vote on Tuesday, look It up to
day, Vota on Tuesday,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
U goes without saying that every
thing Is Dest at The Kocorp
Quality U first with I.eithej.l anJ
Woodward In making soda WMer
It Is expected t)mt the automatic
'phone sen lop will start In nhout
Thero are SCr, automobiles now reg
IMercd at tho pollen station, and
more to come.
If you are doubtful about where
you vote on Tuesday, look It up to
day. Vote on Tuesday,
Eveline Pang Knw was today grant
ed a dlvorco from her hutband on
tho ground of nnn support.
For distilled water, Hire's Root
Deer and all other popular drinks
King up phone 71. Consolidated Sodn
Jerry Uconey Is now nt the Auto
Ltvery Co. with hl Packard car,
No. 270. Hotel and Union streets;
Sidney Smith has petitioned for
dlschargo ns administrator of the es
tato of T. E, Cavanaugh' his final ac
counts having been filed,
Tt. St. 1-oiiU CoIIpko ex student
h.isebal) team went down to Walilawn
on Sunday and defeated the local shli
artists by n score of 10 to 8,
The caso against Lieutenant Ilurch
Held who Is charged with threatening
language was rent over till July 2"
nt the police court this morning
According to tho terms of a resolu
tion adopted by the Land Commission
that body will meet for business ev
ery Thursday evening nt 8 n'rlmk
Clerk Purvis of the fifth Judicial
district his resigned his position, noil
licit Ion having been received from
l)lm nt Llhue to-lay to that effect.
Twelve gamblers were gathered In
by Chief McDunie on Saturday night
nt Iwllel. They all forfeited tliolr
ball of ten dollars each (his morning
at tho police court. ,
W Akana, a youth who was con
lcted of embezzling (he sum of S0
from hla employer, was given one
year's Jail this morning by Judgo An
drado at the police court.
At the police court this morning
Matsuyaml, a Japanese, who was
found guilty of selling boozo without
a license nt Walpahu, was fine f 1C0
and costs by Judgo An drado.
Yanngl, tho Japanese who Is .alleg
ed to have shot up tho servants'
quarters nt the Davbon dairy, was
committed for trial at ha Circuit
Court this morning by Judg Andrade
Tho cu ry boo for the Wall Cup
trnnls tournament Is now open- at tho
Ueretnnla clubhouse, and It Is expect
ed that quite a number of players will
put down their names for tho con
test. Manuel Denez failed to appear In
court this .morning to answer to n
charge of threatening languago; ho Is
said to have left homo at, daylight
and to have expressed his Intention
nf committing suicide.
Donald Kent, who for somo tlmo
past has been freight clerk of the
Nocau has been promoted to tho post
tlon of purser on tho Klnau. Mr.
Kent has many friends In Honolulu
and ho Is being congratulated on his
well earned promotion.
From Washington As To
Asked today If property owners on
the block destined for theTederal
building had received any notlco ot
the Intention of the government to
tuke the whole blJck, Governor Frear
said that he supposed some notlco
had been received from Washington
by tho property owners.
Thero Is nothing for tho Terri
torial government to do In the mat
ter, tho Oovert.or said. It Is up to
Washington. .Investigations nre un
derstood to be under way now, al
though Cattle & Cooke nre contlnu
Ing In the medorellng ot their new
offices on the corner of Fort and
Merchant streets. In a building
which Is on the land to bo used by
the Fedoral government.
Tho notice of tho Federal govern,
ment's Intention to occupy the tract
will como fromel ther tho Se-retory
of tho Treasury or the AttorueyvOen
eral at Washington, and would not
necessarily pass through the nands
of Territorial officials.
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
AT 8 O'CLOCK
From 8 o'clock tomorrow morning
until . In the nflernpoi., tho vol em
or Hawaii will bo registering their,
ii lalina In 4 tt n I...11,. l.,ini nu til
wishes In thn ballot boxes ns to
wisiipb in inn iianoi ihixpb ns io
l.tl.n .... .1.11.1. I.... nl.ll. I. In.. I
niiuiici iiiiiiuiiiuiiiii iiiiiiuiniliU1,
Is to rule.
During the time the polls are open
every i-iloou In the wholo Territory
will he e oved. mi ilr.iKtli' aie the nro-i
visions of the liquor law. This amount Is placed In llio hand
When seen this nftcrncon, Secro- of "' Sporting Editor, of the Uulle
tary Mott-Smlth stated thnt ho cx-,"n a,uI ln ,he ocnt of default by
pecteJ the full returns fiom Oahu tp anyone of tho three, the money will
be" In. by 8 o'clock In the evening u0 dlvI'Ic.l umong thoso who keep
easily, with perhaps the execptlon of . ,h?Jr ?? ot, OKTCement.
one or two pro.lnrtK where the tele-1 Cotdcil and Cprnyi havo agreed to
phone was not In good working ha trnlSht Q'leensbcrry rules, nnd
,!,, I to take sixty per cent of tho gross
unlfl viMVntiilti A 1-nfnhnA tutll tin Alu
The people of Honolulu will know
before they sleep the results of the
ballot nil over Oahu. and In n any
cases tho returns from tho outsldo'
will be in. I
Secretary Mott-Smlth expects that
nil return from llm other Islands
will lip sent In by wireless nnd most
of the returns should lie In Hijtiolulai
by midnight, although probably tno
corrected vote will not bo avallab!o.,
before" early Wednesday morning.
Theio Is no holld ly declared foi
tomorrow, ns there Is no provision)
In law for a holiday ' ,
However, all voters may leave
their work at any time to go to the
pulla nnd cast their ballot, and no
employer can say them nay. tlieiHulo tin. appears to-be thm rep
There Is a heavy pennlty which can roenlatlve of publo pljiloii;.,lnan
bo Imimsed upon nny employer who mucU aa.lt. Ih pvdnly np,ll')r rwyod
keeps nny voter In his employ from hy polices og4lnt HiftcitcrU of
attending the polls, and an employe the Hottpllana nor moved, byr,fopatl
cat. leave his work at.riny tlmo he- csm,iirnu. may find Wti (oq,an.ilnJe
tween the hours, of 8 In the morn- ixadentj Impwaslpn whllo,, If, lyoti
Ing nnd 5 In the afternoon for the print, h,U letter, It, will save me writ
purpose of voting. B 1? of '" ""me. So ypu bco
Thin mnrnlmr the ballnt.lioxe. for ' " J. "'Bh, I assure you I
use In Honolulu were takeu from the
storeroom at tho Capitol arid dls-
trlbuted to the different precincts.
and no weverythlng Is ready for. tho
onenlnir of the noils tomorrow
opening of the pojis tomorrow.
Ldltor Evening II u 1 1 e, 1 1 n:
Aa election day approaches, ono
who wlshea 16 take a conscientious
stand on tho liquor question and
vote Intelligently Is obliged to mako
a decision. The arguments nBslml-
latcd from tho deluge of newspaper
articles and posters pro and con of
the liquor question tend to clarify
the misty atmosphere somewhat. As
for mjxelr, 1 bellevo in and advo-
cate temperance. .Deer Is a good
thing, undoubtedly, nl.d t,o Is wine,
when token moderately, I can see
no possible wrong In them. In fnct,
I bellevo thnt tbe temperate use of
beer and wine Is berieficlal to health,
Tho kernel Is foui d -In Pnul's nd.j
vlto to Timothy 'A little wine foi
! thy stomach's sake."
Let us tnke Eomo of the leading
arguments of tho Prohibitionists,
"The Hawallans are doomed unless
tho raloqna nre killed.'! Now. aro
they? Not If the saloons aro prop,,
cr)y regulated. Swipes, nnd other
forms of Illegally manufactured "rot-
gut," will surely take the place of,
pure liquors dispensed In tho salooi.a .'
ih Hawaiian Woman killed by a
drunkon husband," eay tie proh,lbl - i,
Honl.tK. Dn H.Bv menn in ,v, thif.
prohibition would do, away, with
this? I tan not help looking foi ward
In a .. u,M.h ..rohlMIInn wm.M
bring about. Tho paper, then would
have too frequent headings reading
romcthlng like this: "Swlpes-Mad
Hawaiian Kills Wife nnd Children."
"Swipes Soaked Native nuns Amuck."
Prohibition will not bring about
charge for tho better It will only.
substitute chaos for control. "" uul"" l, ',0'"' "u" '" "' l"
"Prohibition wll prohibit; thaf8lM,oon; U ' 1n,1 on ,f l,e co""
why -the saloons nre against 4t,",say-tm(n-l,lac8 ntltutlon. that ,go to
the nrnhlbltinnUtR. Thl nri-nmenr ' mal "P our every day existence
seems lo bear no walght. Of course,
the Baloons aro ngalust prohibition.
It will prohibit those who have their
savings Invested In the brewery real
Izlig anything for their atock. It
will prohibit several hundred honest
and sturdy workera finding employ
ment. Hut It will not prohibit tho
liquor traffic. And It Is the liquor
traffic that the prohibitionists want
to nrnlilliit Th irnffln will un on
Just tho samo-lllegally for the poorl0"'1 I bellevP ,Iie ier of the Ter
Hawallan, who will drink nithy r"'0 w"Mefoat the prohibition fal.
swipes iu placa of good beer; legally pary overwhelmingly tomorrow,
for the white man. who will send' AftBr "(e ! I will gladly In
to the Const for hla supply, theroby foum " " " of a, strict and
creating tho Intent of tho law and thorough regulation of the liquor
wading hla moner out, of tho coun- buslnwa, . TEMPEflANCB.
' r Honolulu, July-26, 1910,
As nu earncs't of the coming lux-
Ing contest between Pnt Cntnyn and
JacK cnrdtll, which Is to io.no oT iii
Mnfllltllil lit (Tilt Itnvt ( llirt Alilhl' '"
Sattuthiy night next nt (he Alohv
ouiiuuiiy iiikiu nexi ni inp ahiiii
Illcl? r.lrlt ..Mn. f.( I h A nn.mint
.., ,..v., ,,.u.w . .... ..,.,,....
of J1C0 Is to bo deposited as a guar-
nnteo of good faith by the two piln.
duals nnd thu promoter, l.irry
"; '.r " ,k. :.";." , " V
c "to bP no of tho b miled
' , ,M , J, for ,mlc
. - -
Editor Evening 1) ul let In:
Permit n recent arrival In. your unl
qno but flourishing city to make a few
remnrkn concerning last night's con-
coyrek!n Anla Park., dnaaniuch as
ntn. nlnrAKn. .
Last, night's so-called prohibition
""v "'!? , arpusenjenl,, I had
'n Ml' ttamuie.
mint, ibecflus, muvlng' among, tha
gathered tbo Impression that
most of the pcoplqi thpr?, ru'pn, wo
men and children, were out for tho
cjirlosUy and, entertainment, oft the
thing, I was Inforrasd that; It ,wos a
prohibition meeting, but Lfallcd to
fud Jlie) prohibition. senlmei)j uplcs
It wis up on tbo platform among tho
hundred or so seated under the
lights It was a remarkably ordorly
crowd and full of good humor; tho
Hawallans seem to love a speech and.
among themselves, thoy kept up n
! running comment, quietly and Inter-
icstedly. My Hawaiian friend Inter-
, prctcd for m0i
ti,m m." lit lw "ihnt If Tlnirs.
(on s gcoro, why did he wait so
onK ater getting everything ho
Wantcd out of the Hawallans, beforo
te.llng them that they cannot tako
care of themselves. Tho Hawallanr
frci perfectly ablo to tako care of
themselves nnd they resent what thpy
have reason to believe s a trick to
subdue them politically and cut them
out of tbo right to voto at all. They
do not ltko being spoken ot as people
who drink too much, drinking nn
moro and doing less wrong than oth-
er. races of thu population. This U
by long odds an antl prohibition crowd
and the. voters here, two or moro to
one, wll voto 'No.'"
Thurstfm Is a speaker, but he nelin
or Inspires nor convinces. I, cannot
feel that tho man Is Blnccre. I wish
1 had, a oto bo that I could voto
against prohibition tomorrow, for
wherever elso I've been I vo found
Prohibition n failure
m . "I3BUUI"'
, ... 7" .
Every American citizen should ro
to the polls and vote, Tuesday, Vote
- . . . . . M,J. .,.
O'" tO OUT SalOOnS
, P'n 8 .wlh "" to "r B0p and
Pek'6 h-torleit et these are very
Good things In their way. Who
"ol,,ts ,wth "rl,le ,t0 ,0l,r roWB, and
j"18 , Japanese shacks around the
a," ' I havo i ever Wn the
iman who doeB. Even the liquor
Mankind erects churches art gal
lerles, monuments, capltols, etc, to
point with pride to. The soap fac
tory Is for manufacturing an article
to clean his clothes. The restaurant
an,1' B,a!oon "re. for U,e mr,08B of
"" '' "' "r "
,llll.- l, ,Q OUllf U,l ,IUl,l HIUL'D, I
believe thg liquor people have made
their campaign, rnpre temperately and
sincerely than the prohibitionists,
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I ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAQE EIGHT. f '-
" ARRIVED PASSENQtRS ARRIVED t
Sunday, July. 24.
Molnkal, Maul and l.nnl Ports Ml
Kahaln, sttnr., a. m, v
Kauai ports Knau, stmr., n. m.
Hawaii ports Ilplenp, stmr., n. m.
Kauai ports ,V. 0. Hall, stmr.,
Htnnll ports Wallele, stmr., a. m.
Hongkong and Japan ports Hong
kong Maru, Jap. stmr., 8 a. m.
..Tuniinii Tim rtn xt.n
steamer Mongnlln .from .the Orient
will bo several day a late In arrival nt
Han Francisco It Is not bellnved Ihlt
the delay will great enough to Inter
fore with tho departure of that vessel
upon regular schedule, Advices Just
received ntato that tho Mongolia U
said to have suffered no dnnfago but
will be drydocked nt San Francisco
fpr survey. Pacific Mall officials say
that they havo repeatedly requested
tho Japanese government tp put a
light on the Band spit where thb Mon
golia grounded. The end ot the shoal
Is marked b ya buoy which Captain
KJtt would have seen had: ho postnon
cd his departuro from Shltnldztl .until
daylight. There In rw light, on thin
buoy. Kltt evidently .believed thnt
he- had cleared tko H"' ""(' changed.
his courso too Roon, ni subsequent
THE FREIOHT list of tho Inter
Island stjpnme.c Klnan, from Kauai
ports Included tho following Itomn:
4800 ska K. K, I), sugar. 2399 ska K.
P. sugar, 104 bundles hides, 8 bun
dles sheep skins, 28. skn rice, bran, 26
nks cocoanuts, 31 cases pears, 5 ca,scs
mangoes. P cases r)ey, f3 cases
taro, 5 casos chickens, 1 .automobile
and 1(W pickagca sundrlert. - I f
THE dNITED States cruiser Uuf
faloia reported will sail from San
Francisco on or about August 1st with
dqstiQSiton as Honolulu;, The- vessel
will, remain hero ahouti ono week ibe-
forfl taklug theln departure rfor the
rblllpplncs. Tho cruiser. Albany Is
dtQ,,o arrlvo hero about tho same
time. , ,r i
THE MATSPN Navigation freighter
ilypdcs Is dun ;o. arrive i at Honnjulu
on Tuesday' morplqgf.wUh.tnlxonaral
cargo. - This veasa iiias oecn ronon
edrhy wireless aa .8U. miles off the
port at eight o'clock: lastinignt. uas
tie and, Cooke are' the locsl agents
for thpi stpnnier. -
! !, 'llf, t "l
TWO IIIIMIllll'n nn,1 fnnrippn nnil
fone-hnndred-'anii forty Unpaacse are
traveling third class to Central and
South (American awrts by (he Toyo
Klsen Kalsha liner Hongkong Mnru.
tn Jho sccopd cjnss pro a number of
passengers InFlUflingitwo Americans.
PUnSER KENTVcports the follow.
Ing icnaalgnmeojar oC)auganiawalting
shipment Ion iKaual; K(,,Hr Mn fotip,
M,,A. Kv 59,128,, OJ &1JLI610O, McH.
76I6..KI.K. n.S050, (.Wi 2500; M. S
SOOfl. K. . 200. H. (M.i 4000, L. P,
3985. h ." I
SUOAIl TO tho 'amount of fifty flvo
hundred, iiactoi baa wrlytU'froia Kau
ali porta by jtho1 (jeanierrVrO 'Hall
The. vessel will receive- a promptldlB.
patch, and M, ,ilue,ito sar fpr Uie
Garden Island tqilay.vo ';
r -.) i It, t ' i
ACCOIIDINO tri report brought
down from' tho coast tho Drltlih
steamer Kllelmttan lias saled from
Norfolk, Va., with a full shipment of
coal destined for the Honolulu na
THE SAILING ,-pT tho American
Bchpnner;XJ,'!3..NIolme8 frorn Ahuklpl
Is I reported, tho, vessel Jevlng the
aKuulj iwrt, on, Saturday , auil, was1
Ivouod fjirjlllo to: load! cargo for tho
COUBM f) l, 1' ( I
Norfolk Sa)cdJtly 22, H r. stpir,
Kltcbattan, forj.HpnpluJu, . u
l'- ri )',), IU' fl J1 I
From the appearaaco of tho stock
shoot today It, woybl seem ''that tfli
elccilon tomorrow is having sonic eft
feet on tho local stock market al.
though fairly good business was dono
right up to lost Saturday.
At session sales Oahu Sugar was
tho only stock, that showed and thou
la three- small lots bUlng,ibptr20
sbanjfl andr ranging In Urtw b from.
3L6?t tor 11875,-, ten Mf Hi twenty
shares golaR at 3LTS. of iln '
lUewcen, boards. 100 Hutchinson
changed hands nUs 17.60. )Tblsnil a.
trifle below the yrlca brougbti!tlliQ
Iqilt.. prcadlng" salorflfi (bill slock.
Twenty ,paht Sugioyed at 32. H,, II,
& MHls aUWm0vlng at 19,60,. twpnty
shares vchtnglng (, that flgura be
tween boirdB. ,f j ( ie
. ' I IN, Ml I
iiiiii list ii';
Per T. K. Ki B. 8. Tjhlyo Maru.
from flan Francisco For Honolulu:
Mrft. L. L. W. Wilson, Master I). II.
Through! Wllhelm Allgelt, Mrs,' Wll-
nTim Altgeit, t. Ayakosni.-Mrs. T.
Ail,oili, Mrs. ,A. L. llagnall, Hon.
WHhf'm Iiecker, Mrfl.'Wllhjlra'Ieclf
or, P. E.i Chnpln, Mrs. -E. 'Chapln,
MJssiM. K. Chapln, II. S. Cop, )r. V.
Hanlel, Mss II, Hendrtx, Max Hqu
ler, fL C, Hlrschfeld. Miss (5. N, IIo
nodel, 7.. Hprlkosbl, II CiJone. Mp.
K. C. Jones, It. Kanda, M. Olshl, Miss
F, SHar;lt, Vf, CSKarrllt, C, A, Shfl
hhmer, Mrs. W. M, Sqnlro nnd Infant,
MSrler L. M. Squire, fl. 8tern, I'.
Thlcrlqt. Wllhelm Zuhlln. l)r Kobe:
II. Hnra, Dr. Ooo. M, Unlng. Mrs.
Ooo. M. Lantng, Wm, kL. Schwarti, I.
u. unariman, ,aira i. i,. ucnanman,
Hov. I.. 11 Tate; Mrs. 1.. if, Tato. K.
YnihlMnwa. Ixir Nagasaki: Illshop
K. V. Hoss, Fritz Materna ami ser
vant, S. It, Sheldon. .For Manila;
Olaf Illcnckstnne, C.iA. darner, O. N.
Conner, Mrs. C, N. Conner, C. J. lin
gua, Miss (1. MacCormack, J, McMnl
fen, II. II. Miller, W. 1'. Miller, J. M.
Myers, 11. Hoscnbcrg, Judge Jas.
Rons, Mrs. Jas, Hoss, .Ceo. O. Schwpl
kpr.t, Mrs. Geo. -Q. SchwelckcrL. J.
Soymnur, MIsa ft. Seymour.- J, O. Ho
phlan, Miss II, Taylor, For Hong
kbng: O, A. lloslcy, 0. A. IJnrn, Dr.
Will Knbltt, C. E. Mlcklwalt; P. W.
Ictevron. V. S. Shnr(elhr ,
,' Per s(mr. Klnau, from Kanal, July
24 It. IJ. Halsey, I.r A. Jaeger. Mr.
lomanc, Mr, and Mrs. I). U. .Ualdwln,
P. E, llaldwln, Master P, F. Baldwin,
Master C, IC Ilaldwln A. S. Wilcox,
MtH. A. 8. Wilcox, Mrs. C, E. Spitz.
R. C. Spalding. 0. II, Falrchlld.' A.
Todd, Miss Jordan, Poctor Hutchin
son, 1). F. Vicars. K. C, Kahana,-. A. M.
Ahana, Dan Conway, 8, Jrlkl; K. Y.
Chlng. Hoon Chong,, K, Hlllslor,
Cluing Ynn, Wong Hong How, .Mrs. J,
Cnshlngham, Miss, Helen Holt, Miss
I. Iloyd, K. S. Kong, Mrs, E. S. Kong,
MIsa M. Gsnyua, Master! a. Alolau,
J.' IS. Turner. Mm. U Kala.
PA88ENOER8 OOKCD I
' Per T. K. 8. 8. Chlyo ilaru for Ja
pan ports, Manila and Hongkong
Mr. 11. K. lltirnham, Mrs. II. K. Burn
ham, Mr. E. T, GrlmesvMr. T. E. Hud
son, Sir G. J. MfiFarlane, Mrs.l.W.
O. North, Master Rosa North,' MIsa
Julia North.,. , . .'
Per 'stmr. Klnau for Kauai ports
July 6 J. II. Bole, II. H. Brodlo,
MraVoss, MIsa OraharnMlss-A. K.
Per slmr. Mauna I.oa for Kona and
Knu ports, July 26. Mrs. At. F. Pe
ters, Henry Davis, Mrs. J. Y. Melafi
phy, Mrs. WW K. Farrlngton aqili'S
children. G. F. Mayjwel, Mrs.VMay
dwell, N. Fernandes, Miss It. Fernan
dez, A. Fernandez. Mrs; Fernandez. '
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hllo and
way ports, July 26.4JvP, Iteed, Mrs
Heed. Rev. Ault, J. E. Turner, A: V.
Judd. W. O. Smith, Miss Aco 'Hen
dry, Miss Winter, Miss Iicaucr. -Miss
W., Foster, U.i II. Carey, Mrs Carey.
Mrs, A. G, Ferguson, MIsa EI, Ar
thur. Emma HatL Edythp Hall. J, A.
Perrlda-, Rev. D. W. K. WMto, I. M.
,Cox. Mrs. Cox, J, B. Cox, MIES' K.
Todd, Jlrs. Hugo Roblnowltz, Mrs. Q.
L. 8aunders, Miss Sailor, Miss I.aU
man. Miss Pletzruon, Miss Salisbury;,
Mrs. P. P. Bertschy, Miss1 Bertschy,
II. L. Jlenson, Laura E.Whlte, Miss
Kllllan, 'MIsa Ayers. ,
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Were we Jto fa'akq our'clgara
In Cuba, we'd havp to double tho
present prlcea to meet the duty.
So, wo hayovpartiof our.asUb- '
HsLmont ln,,oiUafanil',pai;t, In
Tampa, whore ,,quba,'a. rijmato,
preva.lU. , ft ' . t
Qpr experts, on the ground,
get the pjck pt the choicest Ila
vana leaves grown,
These wa mellow lrtto,,raro.
aromatic Bavor on native soil.'
In ouE'own warehousea i i
"Then, rla Tampa, the final
touch Of Havana, perfection Is
given. In, the, deft handlwprk at
skilled Cuban blear-makers'.
Thus wa lose nothing, of (ho
Imported's perfections, whllo
we savo the Import-duty. ,
And this saying toes into the
clgar-rgoes to tiq SMOKER In
stead of tho governmentr-a prin
ciple to which la duo the superb
quality, the unrivalled values ot
In 7 Different 8hpe-K)ne for
Every Taste 3-for-25c to
AT YOUR DEALERS
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