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EVENING B17LLETIN. nONOLtTI.tJ. T. n SATtmDAT. JULY 30, 1910.
, t rft r , , 1 j
ml vialting members ol the
' irder are cordially Invited to
! ittond meeting" of local lodgits
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS ? A.so
HENEFICIAL A$Sn!IATI0K. oiations cor-
llABMONY I0DOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
,t Meets every Monday ovonlng at
.7:30 In I. 0. 0. 1". Hull, Tort Utrooi.
K. It. HI.NUUY, Sccrotnry.
H. i:. McCOY, Noblo Urand.
All visiting brothers ery cordial!)
Invited. - ;
OAHU I0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evcnliiK at 7:30 In K. o( 1. Hall,
Corner lirt and Hcrctunla. Vlilttng
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONKS, C. C.
o. r. iihini:, k. n. a.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. ItvH.
' "" ""
t Meeu every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights "pi
'Pythias flail. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
.5 A. L. I.AKIN, Sachem.
J E. V. TODD, C. of n.
EJaoNOLUIU AERIE 140.f F. 0. E.
I- Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY eienlnca of each mouth at
Rj7:30 o'Uock in K. ot P. Hall, corner
fc-Deretanla and Fort streets.
Wk Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at-
w it iuley, w. p.
ffir C. McCOY, Sec.
fSKONOLULU LODGE 016. B. P. Q..E,
Honolulu Lodge No. G16, B. P. 0
Elks, meets In their hall, on Kin
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attend.
JAS..D. DOUailEUTY, E. It.
.GEO. T. KLUEOEL., Sec.
V WM. MoKINLEY. I0D0E NO, 8,
A.. UC i.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
jvonlng at 7.30 o'clock in K. ot 1'
jIHall, cor. Fort and lleretnnla. Visit
Jng' brothers cordially Invited to it
tend. It. A. TAYLOR, C. 0.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. II. 8.
Our vail papers embrace
full lines of Doincstio and
Foreign wall hangings.
Ask to seo the new WOOD
KRUBTA the latest material
for halls, dining looms, dent,
, libraries nnd grill rooms Tho
most perfect wood effect ever
LevVers & Cooke,
177 S. KINO ST.
Mi E. Silva,
JUNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
Promtit and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN IANE, OPPOSITE
tu UAiuuiau aiaiiata
fPhone 170 ' Nleht Call 10H
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harritoi
Has been called and Is DUE JUN'F
IfoVand DELINQUENT on JULY 15.
Restore Your Health
It is the privilege of most
women to be strong and
healthy nrd if jou are suf
fering fiom any weakness of
the Stomach, Liver or Bowels
take the Bitters just now. It
ij for Poor Appetite, Head
ache, Indirection, Dyspepsia,
Costivencss, Halaria, Fever
nnd Ague. Try a bottle'to
day. but be sure and get the
genuine with Private Stamp
For sale by UriiMitj, Smith & Co.,
Md , Holllnter Drug Co , Ltd.,
Chambers Drug Co , Ltd.; Illlo Drug
Co : and at nil Wholesale Llquoi
Just n pad of fine linen
bond wilting paper attached
to a wide shallow box of en
velopes. The box serves as a
Hawaiian News Co.,
.Alex. Young Building
-Office Supply Co.,
OLOBE-WERNICKE FILING CABI-
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
83 1 'FORT; STREET
Subscribe for the CALL, CHRONI
CLE or EXAMINER, and get the
news of the world.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD., Agents
Books! Books! Books!
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Young Bide.
Loose-leaf and pocket mem
orandums of every descrip
tion. Best assortment and
lowest prices in the city.
A. B. A R L E I G H & CO.
Hotel, opp. Union
' WE USEfH ''
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination u
ure ample peeping
THE POND DAIRY.
TVXXKXH-k. A. ev -
PILES CURED IN G TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to euro any case of Itching, Dlind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles In 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Sain Louis,
U S of A
I.lttlo Frqd (to nlstcr'a beau) -"I'll
bet you dotj't know what I've got In
my linud, Mr. Dlnnk" Mr. Illnnk
'No, I don't, Fred You'll havo to
lull me" Littler Fred "It'H lieanii
Mamma said ou dlJu't know beans,
but I thought I'd try you "
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Jordan's 3 das sale of Undorwoar
boRltis on Monday
If our horso or dog Is sick. II It
Hownl, D V. 8, phono 1429.
.Mrs. C. Ah Lee was given thlrll
daMi at Asch's this morning for con
duct unbecoming a lady.
Maul is making great plans to en
tertain tlic Wnsoda's vthen they pay
tho promised visit lo that Island
Manuel Ilodrlgucs was arrested on
a warrant this morning and charged
with tinting assaulted Manuel Kuhlo.
Thu CordtllComjn fight will bo on
a percentage bails and tho boxcra v. Ill
receive sixty per cent of tho gross
Do not let tho opportunity to get
some of tho delicious Balmon Hd hali
but from the Metropolitan Market,
telcphono 45. ,
Chung Lot, the Chinese, who Is ac
cused of having committed a terrible
crime on two oung girls, was coin
milled to tho Circuit Court for trial
this morning by Judgo Andrailo.
Kcllcltla, better known as Monkey,
has engaged rooms at Asch's for tho
next six months; her calling da) a will
hn Inn Klvth Thnrailnv In flvnrv mrtnfli
Dennlcona crepo paper toble doc
orations, cocrs, napkins, outfits for
picnics, etc can bo purchnrod at A
II Arlclgb & Co. Hotel street, opp.
The shoes for men nnd women sold
at the Melncrn) Shoe storo have an
IndMduallty not nlnnys notlrcablo In
footwear Ihero aro shoes from tho
best factories In Iho United State'
Your salads will have a partlculir-
ly exquisite (lnor If you use N'lccllc
Olho Oil, the most dollclouit oil ob
tnlnablc Your grocer has It in VI . 'i
and 1 Billon tins with patent spout
Oct a cako of Johnson's foot soap
from Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd , cor
ncr of Fort nnd Hotel streets, you
who hie tired feet, and get Immedl
ato relief A bishcl of local refer
Otto Itoso has resigned as chairman
of tho Hoard of Registration at llllo
and M. S. Pacheco has also resigned
from tho same board Doth theso men
aro to bo candidates In the coming
James Jnrrctt, brother of Sheriff
Jarrctt, and at present a student at
nnma viura uoucgo, is in uonoiuiu
on his acatlon. Ho Is n noted foot
baller nt tho college nnd has shown
good' form In all athletics.
Pollco officer U Parish nnd his fam
ily will bo leaving for tho mainland
on the Lurllno. Parish Intends going
In for farming, and his friends In
Honolulu expect to reecho cases of
fruit from him by every boat,
Tho Maul News reports tho death
of a well known Chinese, Wong Lum,
who was killed accidentally by fall
ing from his son's nuiomobllo while
getting out of tho machine, his head
striking n lock. His skull wns frap
turtd and ho died shortly afterwards.
A Japancso at Walkapu. Maul, en
gaged In n row with another Japanese
cut his follow countomnn across tho
faco and neck with a knife.- Ho was
nrrcBtcd and committed to trial at
the- October term by Judgo Burchard.
Maul Is patting Itself on tho hack
oer tho result of tho good attendance
at the races on tho Fourth. Good for
Maul, keep to tho straight and nar
row path In all matters connected
with the sport ot Kings and a big
crowd will attend every time.
Jacob Morltz, tho wealthy Salt take
Clly brewer, who married Lahclo
Loulbon, sister ot Abo Loulson, many
Hard ago, died recently In Europe
Mrs Morltz spent tho last twenty
years awny from Honolulu, where sho
was born, nnd hnd resided most of tho
tlmo In Salt Lako City, whero the
Morltzcs maintained a handsome
homo. Mr. Morltz waa one of the
leading men In Salt Lake, and was
occasionally Interested ln( politics.
not Land HEte
(Continued from P?e 1)
her berth Investigation proved that
It wus a Japanese who was Industri
ously climbing hand oor hand dpwn
tho rope Ho reached tho wharf be
fore tho surprised ufllcora realized
what had exactly hnppencd.
Tho Japanese started to run for tho
entrance ot the wharf but the strong
muscular arm of the law as exempli
fied under tho navy bluo'of a custom's
uniform promptly nabbed the fleeing
oriental and bo was brought up stand
ing, Tho Jnpuncno was taken on board
tho Mongolia again and this tlmo the
steamship company took no chances
In tho possible payraont ot a largo and
healthy fine. Tho stowaway was pu'
under lock and key and ho will bo
trtutcd to free transportation to San
Francisco and thonce back to tho port
In Japan from whence ho embarked.
MILD LIQUID CUHE8 FCZEMA.
Skin BUfroif.ru! Drop greasy sahct
and nasty medicines That mild,
Boothlng liquid D D. D Prescription
strips tho nwtul Itch with tho nrsl
knnviledgcd value. Get n 1x11 tie nt
Iho Honolulu Prutt Co
"For 8alo"unl8 at Bulletin...
Our New Phono Number Will Do
City Transfer Co.
(Continued from Pa?e 11
tho Young nnd Moana hotels, one
for the Drill signed by Oeorgc Ly
lurgus, and tho third presented by
Walter F. Dillingham, secretary of
the Oahu Hallway and Laud Com
pany, asking nftcr-liour and Sunday
privileges for Halclna Hotel.
The Alexander Young Hotel and
Moana Hotel (ompinlc presented
appll atlons through J II. Hertscho
for extra privileges and Sundiy sell
ing Tho hotels nsked that the buffet
it tho Young be kept open on Sun
das to servo liquors to'lionn fide
guests with meals In the cafe and
dlnlng-rrom, nnd that on special oc.
eaclonft, such as halls on tho roof
garden, the buffet be kept open after
11:30 p. m.
ft was a, so nsked Hint the Moann
Hotel he permitted lo sene llquon
nnd wines on Sunda)Hto guests In
the dining-room Only, and that on
special occaslbns wines nnd liquors
,may be sold nfter 11 30 p. m.
Walter F. Dillingham, for Oahu
.Railway and Land Company, asks
that tho llalclwa Hotel bo nllowcd
special Sunday and after-hours priv
ileges. Mr. Dillingham hinted that
the hotel is thlrt) miles from Ho
nolulu nnd that practically all Its
business Is SaturdBj and Sunday
Oeorgc Ljcurgus asked that the
Union drill bo allowed to sell liq
uor ot all kinds nfter hours end on
It. J. Iluchly of Pea-ock & Co.
brought up a basket of wine samples
with the word "lpe." asking tne
board If expensive wines whl-h bore
this word on the libol might not b?
After considering these petitions
and four others, and giving anjono
present a chance to protest, the board
went Into execut'-e session to con
sider tho questions presented to
Wing Chung Lung was denied a
whotesalo license, and Ichlkl was de
nied a saloon license at Alca.
Thoro wcro granted a wholesale II-
censo to A. Hona and others for a
location on Alakca and Queen streets,
and a saloon llconeo to Kit Crabb at
Nakamura and Tatsuleh! Ota both
precepted applications to tho board
for saloons ut Walpahu, which will
bo considered at nnoliicr meeting of
The estate of Frank Handy wns
given an extension until August 17
to decide whatwas to be done with
tho 'business left by Mr. Harvoj. W.
W. Thayer appeared asking for this
All the hotels wcro grnntcd tho
extra privileges they asked without
question, as was also the Grill. Al
though all were represented, thoy
relied upon their written petitions
and nothing was said verbally to the
boird to help their cases.
Another Important matter which
;ame before the board, but upon
which t'o action was taken, was a
protest from tho Antl Saloon League
asking that the license of Joe Silva
to run tho Pantheon Saloon be ro-
Bdnded. No aetlon wns takon upon
this matter yesterday, but thero will
bo another meeting ot the board on
noxt Thursday, and, at that time
Silva will be summoned to nppenr
and present some reason why his li
cense should not bo taken away.
i ' t . is cl 7;
AND Ml ALIMONY
Judge Robinson has set aside his
farmer decreo that Lcong. Fat sjiould
pay costs and alimony to Mary Ho
Lcong, and has also denied motion
for coutlnuanco asked by the plain,
tiffs In the case.
Yesterday afternoon tho plaintiff
Mary was to prove by a Chinese on
the Mongolia that her husbahd had
a wlfo In China, but tho witness did
not testify to this effect. As the
plaintiff n her actloh to have hor
marrlugo annulled proved nothing In
court ye&terday bb to u former wife,
tho motion tor continuance until an
other witness might be brought hero
was dci.led, and the former order d
retting Fat to pay alimony to hlB
wife was set aside by the court.
ThU morning at balfpast ten o'clock
wont was qont tohe police; station
that h Porto Rlcan prlsonor who waB
worklnc; with tho gang1 nt Mafilkl had
been suddenly taken 111. TJio patrol
wngnu went nut nnd brought tho man
whoso name In Todro, biclc to tho
County Jail, whom ho was treated for
his Illness '
(Ja. H. Love)
.M -C"tf i- w
TUB 8HIPMENT of Island product
that arrived at Honolulu this morn
ing by tho Inter Islnnd stonmor Man-
na Kon wns a varied ono. inciuac.1
In tho freight list was shipments of
machinery, ohla and other native lum-
ber beans, taro, nwa root, honey, chic-
kens nnd vegetables. The vessel
brought n largo number of cabin and
deck passengers. Purrcr Philips re-
ports n pleasant trip across tho chan-
ncls. Tho esscl met with moderate
trades nnd light easterly swolls. Tho,
sicanicr is sencumeu in nan lor uuo
vln way iorU on next Tuesday morn
Ing, lier hour of ilcparturo being1 set
fof ten o'clock on thnt date.
A WIHI-JLKSS received last night
nt 8 o'clock from the Toyo Klsen
Kalsha liner Tcnjo Maru announces
tho probnblo arrival of that vessel
6ft qunrantlno at 2 o'clock this aft
ernoon, Tho Ten jo Is bringing n
few lay-over passengers and twolvo
hundred tors ot gcncrnl cirgo from
Orlcntnl ports. Tho vessel will go
to tho Alnkei street wharf to dis
charge and should thero be no sick
ness on board, her passengers will
probably land along about 4 o'clock.
PURSER PHILIPS ot the' steamer
Mauna Kea arriving from llllo and
wn ports this morning reports tho
following sugar awaiting shipment on
Hawaii: Olaa 29,800; Walakca 13.
000; Hawaii Mill 2400; Walnauku
1800; Omrniea 22,000; Pcpcckeo 10,
200; llonomn 4130; Hakalau 6000;
1 .linnlinjilin inflfln. Inlrnln QRnfl- V,,.
kalau (D) 1495, (if) 853; Hamnkui
11,400; Paauhau 1500; Honokaa 4000;
Pumiluu SOOO; Honunpo 3260.
HILO SHIPPING ns reported by tho I
officers of tho steamer Mauna Ken
Includes tho schooner W. II. Mnrston
which vcbbcI Is rcportod as loading
railway tics destined for Rcdondo.
Tho barkcntlno 8. O. Wilder Is report
ed to hao sailed for thu Coast from
tho port of Mohukona on last Friday.
THE MATSON NAVIGATION 8
S. Nevadan, formerly under tho
American-Hawaiian. Dug, is reported
to havo sailed from Kaannpall tor
San Francisco yesterday with n full
consignment of Bugnr, Tho vessel
took on cargo at several Hawaiian
THE MATSON Navigation steamer
nnterprlsa took a laigo passenger list
for tho Coast on hor present trip.
Sho remained at Illlo for just a week,
arriving on July 18 and sailing for
tho Coast with mall, passengers and
sugar, last Monday afternoon nt 3
THE AMERICAN-Hawallan freight
er Arlzonan'ls discharging a quantity
of brldgo material at Illlo. It s In
tended for tho Hllo Railway Company.
Tho Arlzonan will take on sugar nt
tho Hawaii port before Balling for
Sallna, Cruz. '
THE PACIFIC MAIL Intermediate
steamer ABla, from San Francisco,
duo to arrive hero on noxt" Tuesday
morning, wns reported by wlrolens
last evening as being 951 miles oft
tho port und everybody woll on
TIIR IlAlllf AI.Tlir.nT uhlrli hna
been discharging lumber at llllo, jeftjsol lojtt y-atorday.
ior i on. lownsena lasi juonaay in
ballast, Sho Ib' under charter to make
thrre ' more trips to Illlo, bringing
lumber for Hookfeld and Compnny.j
A SHIPMENT of cuttlo will bo tak
en aboard tho Inter-Inland steamer
Helcno.' This vessel has beon load
ing sugar at Papaaloa. Tho Helena
should arrive at Honolulu tomorrow.
THE INTER ISLAND steamer Kau
ai from Hawaii ports has arrived with
a shipment of thirteen bales of cotton
nn( CS'head of Island cattle,
LATTER-DAY SAINTS, REOROAN-
" Ii!ED. '
Church on King street, near Ka
plutanl. Elder M. A. McConley, pas
9:45 a, m. Sunday school. Les
son subject, "Many Baptized,"
11 n. m. Worship. Preaching In
Hawaiian, Jas. Kanul; remarks In 1
English by pastor.
6:30 p. ni.T-Zlona Rellglu Liter
ary Society, Lesson, "Trouble With
Mjilnnton,'' n ancient America, 7 1.'
B. C.' Also lltcrar) and musical
7:30 p. m. NVorshlp. Subject,
"Wandering Israel," by pastor. Spe
cial music by tholr. No collections
taken up. All cordially Invited.
BULLETIN ADS PAY"-
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take taxativc T3rpfho QulniAe
Tablets. J All druggists refund
hc, money if it 'fails to curp.
5. V. Groe's signature is qn
PARIS MEDICINE CO, Gt. Uuit, U 3. A.
ADDITIONAL 8HIPPINQON PAGE EIGHT. . '
T ' "MI tMM ii I I ii t.J .. i -
8aturday, July 30. . ,
Illlo la, way porta Mauna Keft,'
stmr., a. m. " ' i
' pCr stmr. Mauna Kca from Illlo
an,i n.v imrts. Jnlv 30. A. J. unhurt..
,mi88 i IJ. White. Mrs. L. L. Wilson
an(i 2 children, Miss K. Phlllpi, Miss
(j. Wilson, MIbs K. noil. Miss M, Sail-
or. Miss W. Schuman, Miss M. Kll-
enr, Miss E, Ayrcs. H. T. Hughes,
c, noltc. L. Aaron, ft. T. Dunsten,
m. M. Graham, Miss Kinney, n. C.
i. decker, T Williams, Miss Ah Chuck,
Mr. J. W. Thompson and 2 children
ntuI nmlil, Geo. II. Williams and daugh
ter,, S. Kutanl, T. Mntsumura, Mrs.
Kinney, M. 0. C. Clauda, Miss Arm
strong, Mrs. tlroadstrect, Sam John
son, K. 11. Paris, S. Spltzcr, E. E.
ltlchards and daughtor. Miss A, Crip
py, Miss A. Lnntz, 2 children and
maid, Miss E. M. Thompson, Miss M,
Castle, Miss Pcckc, Mrs. Andrews and
2 children, Mrs. Rosa and 2 children,
J Miss B. K. Karrall, Mrs I). J. Wright,
Mrs. L. Bam Johnson, R. A. Lucas,
Mrs. E. Mndden and son. A, Gartlcy,
Mrs. Capwoll, Misses Wlchman, (2),
Mrs. W. Hoffman, J. T. Ilakcr, H.
Dcrg T. O'Brien, Capt. F. D. 'yalk
cr, J. W. Waldron, F. Richards, J, R.
Dens, Miss L. Olahara, J, M. Dow-
Belt nnd son, W. A, Ramsay, F. M
Church, II. Rosenberg, J- Pattisou, A.
A. Wilder, C. E. Royal, wlfo . and
daughter, Miss A. Silva, A. JJancbcrg.
R. W. Rrcckons and daughter, P. L.
Halsey, J. W. Morso, W. J. Coelho,
W. White, D. L. Austin, Rev., W.
Ault, E. Hahwona and daughter, Jas.
Torrcst, D. Waggoner, A. '& Taumln,
I PA88ENQER8 BOOKED
Per M. N. S. S. Lurllno for .San
Frnnrlnrn. Alie. fl MrM. fj. V. .Till-
Joch, Miss M. Tulloch, A- D. Ualdwln,
Mrs. Baldwin, Miss Ethel E, Cox, Miss
H. Henry. W, T. Garden J. J. ,Car
den Jr., Mrs. Prime, Miss Prime, Mrs
Gto. A. Martin, Miss V. Mack, 'Mrs.
M, S. Mack, It. Helmann, M. C. Hni
rlson, Miss I. Curtis, Miss Ella Ma
loney. M.t Pagan, Mrs, Fngan,J. R.
Douglas. 'A. Parish. II. Parish. L. A,
C. Parish, Mrs. Parish, Miss Nclllo
Crane, MIbs T; Cassldy:- e
IN FOREICIN PORTS
, , Friday, July 29,
Yokohama Arrived July 29: S. 8.
Manchuria, henco July 18,
SAN-FnANCISqO Sallod July 29:
Sphr.' Muriel, for Honojpu,
KAANAPALI-Sallid Jp 3? I 8- s
Special Aerogrami to Honolulu Ship
i , plna Culde. .
MAHUICONA Sallod.,jJuly ,29: Rar
kentlnoiB. G. Wilder for San rtan
Cisco with sugar from Hawaii Rail
way Ltd. MAtiC
(4-iu kj, n MAIL8Vic.;n
.i-Mall are nun at Honojulu from
pofnts as follows.; ,"
San,, franclsco, 7Jor, Asia, Ayg. 2.
C9loncls,-rPe,r Zofllandla, Aug. 1C.
Yqltfihama Per KorRa,"Au'g .7.,,'
Vancouver Per Makura, Aug. 19.
Malls, wilt 'depart forUia follnwlni
ponts as follows:
Snn 'Francisco Tcnyo Mnru, July 31.
Vancouvor Per Zcalandla, Aug. 16
Vokohamn Per Asia, Aug 2.
Colonics Per Makura, Aug. 19.
i 4 I i
THE SAILING of tho BChooncr
Muriel from San Francisco, destined
for lpnplpU, Is, reportou. rno ves,
These Cigars Erpfit
You Not ttoe U.S.
We might make our cigari in Cuba. But we oouldnU
make them any better, and the duty would double the
cost. , ,, ',
So we save fully f 0 per cent, by having our factory in
Tampa, Florida whei e Cuba's climate prevails.
Here we- employ none but Cuban experts the best
cigar ma'kedj in the world. .
f Our tobacco is (he ntck All the rare fragranpe
of the choicest Havana ,eaf and sweet melqwieu' of
grown selected from the the "Imported is retained
svaiK -uciiuwu on native
toil and prepared in our
own Cuban warehouses.
No man who knows the
delights of pure Havana
tobacco will fail to appre
ciate the Van Dyck "Qual
ity." . . .-
AT V JUft DfeALiRS
Friday, July 29.
Hawaii via Maul 'ports Claudlno,
stmr.. B p. m. -' l
Saturday, July 30.
San Francisco Mongolia, P, M S.
PA88ENQER8 DEPARTED i
Per stmr. Claudlno for Maul nnd
Hawaii ports, July 29. Mrs. 'Dr. Ray
mond, Miss V. Makco, Miss II. Lucas,
C. F. Short, Miss E. Kinney, E. E.
nattcllo,' Father' Francis.
PA88ENQER8 BOOKED I
. . .
Per 8. 8. Mongolia, for Ban Fran
cisco. July 30 Miss Ruth Gezcll. Miss
Cornelia Gezcll, Mrs. E. D. McFadden,
Mr. nnd Mrs. n. D. Baldwin, Douglas
E., Paul F. and Cedrlo B. Baldwin,
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. Dickinson, Mrs.
It dc Smith, Mrs. H. Dillingham. Sam
Wllo, Mrs. Hattlo B. Dowsctt, V.
Wilcox, F. n. Robertson, '.Mrs. Jano
Robertson, Mrs. W. M, Dray, Mrs.
Gcorgo Ken j on, F. W, Kcnyon, J.
Wnrnlsor; L. Aaron, F. D. Wlthlngton.
G. R. Seaman, Mrs, .Seaman, It. M.
Falk, Harry and Henry "Volmcr, M, C.
Harrison, 11. Helmaun,, Miss A. Rich,
Miss H. Jllch, J. A. McEwcn, Milton
Pray, J. T. Darton, Mrs, J. T. Barton.
Mr. and, Mrs. C. M. Modtson, Miss E.
Goodwin, F. R. McStocker, A. Pcrel
stroii?, Mss M E "Darrow,, Miss Edith
Phelps, Miss Clara Mllson, Miss Hel
en Wall. Mri and Mrs. F, E. Canorfcr,
If. Coontz, II. D. Robinson, 'E. R. for
rlott, Miss L Barnard, Mr. "arid Mrs.
C. Du R0I, A. T. on ,Asbron, Y.
Per ijtmr. Klnau for Kauai ports,
Aug. 2. A. Y. Lurch, Mrs. 'A. Water
house. Miss E KopKe, Miss K. VII
cor. Mrs M. Chetham, Ilss flallor,
D. II Ionian, Mrs. Lyman. J. M.
Itenc'io, Mrs. Hencko, C. do Butter
ville, D. O. Maye. O. G. Fuller, G. A.
.Ionian'', II. Alexander, Dow'ltt Alexan
def, Allen Wilcox. '
Por stmr. Mauna Kca, for llllo and
way ports, Aug. 2. U, T. Ward, Mrs.
Saunders, Mls K. Kelly, Miss Mary
Warne, Miss Lyons, Mrs. II. A. Town
soiM, F. N. White, Mrs. Whlto, J.'M.
Hacnko, E. A. Rlcliards, Miss AUco
Winter. Miss A. 'Hendry. V- LVon.
Miss II. Kolue, Miss E. A. Flet'ctier.
Mrs. Aim, Mrs. W. JL. Wilcox. Mrs.
J. A. Victor. 8 Johnson, Geo. L)cur
gus, II. N. Clark, U Hart, Dan Carey,
J. E. 'Sumner, Miss "Btrayhe. MIbs
Wlthlngton. Miss D. Wood, Mrs. Dr.
aymond. Mrs. L. C, Abies, C, D, Lt
kin, C. W Andrews, O. II. Richardson,
W. M. Buchanan, Col. C. E. Davis; II.
A. P. Carter, C. Davis, Rev. T. Harl,
Rev, T Okumura
Per Btmr. Mauna Loa. tor Kona
and Kau porta, Aug. C. Mrs. W. F.
Peter.. W. R. Farrlngton, Henrjf Davis,
W. II. Bproulo, Mrs. J. F. Molanpriy.
Mrs, W. R. Fanrlngtpn. p children,
Leo Tal, G. F. Mvydwc'il, Mrs.May
dwell, N. Fernandez, Mlsa It. Fernan
dez, A. Fernandez, Mrs. Fernandez,
J. P. SJcndonca, M. W. Tschudl, Mrs.
Por stmr. Mlkahala for Maul. Molo
kal and Lanal ports. Aug. 2. Mrs. L.
B. Novln. J. D. McVeigh, L. M. Judd,
Mrs. Judd, Miss Judd.
HE PACIFIC. MAIL liner 'Man
la, Vlth Vice-President 'and
General Manager Schwerlh on board,
Is 'reported' by cable as having ar
rived at Yokohama yesterday, The
essel Is en route to Hongkong. Tho
steamer passed through Honolulu on
July 18. """
in niu cjsr. nil inc cs
pence, attached to the word
left outi -
And there. a YanDjck
"Qualitv'' cigar for every
tat,e. iThey come in 27 dif
ferent sizes thin and mild,
fat and full-flavored.
,4 .Smoke one today.
3-1F0H-25e TO 26"o HACH '
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