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Honolulu First Degree.
Oeennle Second Degree.
All TliltlnK member of tnt
Order nro cordially Incited to
ntrd meftlngs of lorai lodges
Attt on thr
2nd and 4t!
7:30 P. M
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MAninc cnomttny ,. a..
EAEMONY IODQE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nl
7:30 In I. 0. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
IVC. ilcCOY. Noble Orand.
All vUltlng brothers very cordial!)
OAHU IODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Drat and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ol P. Hall,
corner Fqrt and Beretanla. Vlsttlnt
Brothers cordially Invited to attend
WM. JONES, C. C.
0. F. HEINE, K. It. a
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
AleoU every first and third Thurs -
flays of each month at Knlghtj of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothersor
, dlally Invited to attend.
t' 'A. L. EAKIN, Sachem
t E. V. TODU, C. of II.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E
Meeu on the 2nd und 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, come;
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to. at-
W. It. H1LEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Bee.
qOHOLULU LODGE gig. b. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616. B. P. 0.
Clks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attend.
JAS, D. DOUGHERTY, E R.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
HcKINLEY LODGE NO.
X. OF P.
i Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturda.
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
Hall. cor. Fort and Beretanla Visit-
. Ine brothers cordially Invited to at
V ' H. A. TAYLOR. C. C
E. AjrJACOBSON, K R. 8
c YOU CAN LAY IT
When you get a ready roof-
I ing that, has all the good qua-
' ities of pure rubber and none
, of the bad, and outlasts it ten
- timet over, besides being wa-
t ter proof and climate proof,
you have just about a perfect
i roof covering that's CONGO.
i Lewers & Cooke,
177 BO. KING ST.
!M. E. Silva,
fetTKBEEAKEIl AND EMBALMEB
ff A. Prompt and Polite Attention
LH T ntrtnr itit Tmcrc nnunctTT
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Nieht Call 1014
1 ,.J ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
j .Mutual Auociation
.Has been called and Is DUE JUNE
ID and DELINQUENT on JULY IB.
Ideas On Volcanos Arc
1I1I.O. Aug. f. - That Professor
ililgham of th Itlflicip Museum was'
absolutely rllil In his theory on I
.ho suhjeit uf vulcanic activities, nnd j
.lint Dana, t lie famous Keologist, wui
wiong when lie attempted to refill),
hu theory of the local scientist, wan I
.he conclusion reached by Dr. Albert i
ilrun, LI nictate of the Hnrhonno!
University, Doctor of Srlcnres of thei
Unlverslt) or lenea. who this week
jpont mine lime at Hip miIciuio.
Dr. Ilrun lias spent Hie past ten
years In studying arlous olcnnons.
t being tils main olijuct to disprove
the generally ucepleil theory of Dana
hat steam Is Involved In the explo-i
ilon of vol iiiiocii. Dr. Ilrun lias vis-
Ucd a large number of craters, In
various parts of Hie world, nnd lio;
itates that nil his Investigations have,
nolsture Involved In' the volcanic out.
"It Is an utterly falro Idea that '
the steam seen at tho crater comet'
from moisture In the volcano Itself,"!
laid Dr. Ilrun yesterday. "Whatever
moisture, there in In tho steam comes
from tho Tain nnd the humidity of
he earth surrounding the crater.
Kllauea possesses no trace of water.
I took n number of tubes of tho
anfoke. and I did not find the slight-
PesfJ trace of moisture,
lt Is a false Idea that the vol
janlc outbursts aro due to steam. The
white smoke which you see Is nluo.
lutcly dry. This fact has nlreadv
been pointed out by Dr. Ilrlghnm of
Honolulu, but his theory was con
tradicted by Dana. Dana's theory
was generally no.epteil, but Dr. Brig
ham was right. I "believe that Dr.
IlrlgliiTm-Cwns. the first to .say that
- Kiiau.fir IV absolutely dry, I can
only$oinpletely confirm his opinion.
He Is a'very accurato observer, ana
Dana wasnot exact. The work done
by Dr. Brtghain was mud better,
"Tho volcanic outbursts are on
1 Irely due, I find, to gaBes which are
- omblned In tho lava. If you heat
mva In a vacuum you receive all tho
gases, and upon analysis you find
that the little holes In the lava nro
made by these gates, and not by
water. If lava Is heated gases are
formed. Expansion follows, and this
Is the cause of the outbursts when
the lava overflnws. There Is abso
lutely no difference between Kllauea
and the rest of the volcanoes which
I' have scon, ex:cnt that It is larger,
but otherwise there In essentially no
Jlfteicnce. I have seen five largo
eruptions, Kilnuen being the sixth,
nnd none of them were different from
that ot Kllauea."
Dr, Brun expects to publish tho
results of his Investigations of Kl
'nuea In the Archives des Science!
Physique, ot Geneva, one of the old
est scientific Journals in tho world,
having been founded In 178,'t.
The eminent scientist had planned
to take a (rip to the crater of Maunaj
Loa, but unfortunately no was un
au'lo to mako arrangements for tho
ascent In time to allow hm to make
tho trip. He sailed last Friday for
Maul, where he will make n thorough
Investigation ot tho crater ot Halea
Itala, which he expects to find In
many respects similar to that of
Tenerlffe, though, of coutse, larger.'
After soclng Hnlenknla, ho will leave
the Islands for the mainland, where
he will visit Yosemlte, nnd will then
return to Europe, where he will fin
ish his laboratory work on a large
nupiber ot tubes containing gases ob
tained at Kllauea, nnd will then pro
pare his articles for publication.
THE average person can soarcoly
realize with what rapidity nnd luxil
rlanco barnacles nnd other marine
life will grow on the bottoms ot
ships, A picture was recent
ly taken at tho Eagle Harbor (Pugot
Sound) dry dock of Hall Brothers'
Marino Hallway & Shipbuilding Co.,
when the British ship Hnlqwood was
hnuled out far Bcraplng and painting
Tho vestol had been thrco years In
t l)e water without being cleaned and
over thirty tons of barnacles, mus
sels and other marine growths had to
be removed before painting could bo
done. It can easily bo Imagined haw
a vefcsel'a progress Is lianipeieil by a
handicap of this kind and why somo
ships are so long at sea. The Halo
wood was laid up at Esquimau from
Nov. 10, 1908, until a short time ago,
when she was chartered to load wheat
for the United Kingdom. After clean
ing at Kaglo Harbor she was towed to
Tncoma for cargo nnd will shortly put
An order Issued from Washington,
D. C, provides for two schools for
cooking and baking for the United
A large stone that has been pass
ed for centuries In the Highland Pal
isades fell recently, crushing a rot
tage and fatally Injuring one man.
LOCAL AND GRNERAL
Autos, t per hour. I.ri Btniln, .
New Brlrs M wlilln.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is licit at The Encore.
The quality of our soda Is high.
Lcltlieail and Woodward, phone fill
Up till noon today r.7-4 automobiles
had been registered nl Ilio ikiIIco sin
(Ion. Tomon-Qw afternoon the llnwnll.in
bnnd will pl.int Ihrt ball naiiio.i nt
Mrs. Hlce nnd .Miss Itlce arrived on
the Klerra from on extended tour on
Jordan's mhortlxp todny a list of
Novelties by tho several Hteamcrs to
hand lli't week.
Three prisoners wore brought In
from L'wn this morning by Deputy
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carrlago take It to Hnwalian
CaYrlago JIfg. Co., 427 Queen St. .
Joe Knaeii was nrrcxted tills morn
ing mid charged with assaulting a
Japaue.su nt tho I'lneapplo cannery nt
There were llx enses on the police
court calendar this murnlng nnd Judge
Andrmle only sat on the b:ncli for a
The Itusslan girl who lnl:cged to
hayo been n "wblto slave" on Maul
arrived In Honolulu on HicMniina Kea
Tho dalico of the season will bo on
Joyed nt tho Moaun Hotel this ovenlng
During the dinner hour n selected Ha
vvallan iiulntet club will piny somo of
the sweetest of Hawaiian melolles.
Lieut, hcrn, who was grunted sick
leave, v Is In Washington, I). C. His
numerous Irl'nds will be delighted to
know Hint he Is greatly improved In
health and will return in a month or
so to the Islunds.
Tho Mitchell Automobile is proving
tho most popular of all the low-prlc?
automobiles In the market. Hcktiman
Carrlnge Company Is Juat In receiptor
rcvornl now machines and has them
roady for demonstration.
IN FOREIGN POUTS
Saturday, Aug, S.
NEW YOllIC Balled Aug. C: Bk. Null
um! for Honolulu.
QAVIOTA Arrived Aug. G: Ship
Palls of Clyde, hence July C.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. C: S.
S. Ten jo Maru, benco July 31,
POUT TOWNSEND Arrived Aug. C:
Schr. A. F. Coats, hence July 9.
OAVIOTA-Sallcd Aug, jO Ship
Fulls of Clyde, for Honolulu.
ONE MONTH Is recorded ngnlnst
tho American ship Talis of Clyde that
has Just completed a p.issngo from
Honolulu to Gavlota. Tho vessel
brought a full shipment of oil to this
WITH A FULL cargo of merchan
dise for tho Hawaiian Islands, thn
American bark Nut'iariu has ' sallfd
from New York with destination as
NSW. - TO-DAY
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FORE
CLOSE AND OF SALE.
jnder nnd by virtue of tho power
of sale contained In that certain
mortgage dated the 29th day of May,
1908, made by D. K. Kahaulello ot
Lnhalnn, Island and County of Man!,
Territory of Hawaii, us Mortgagor,
to Anne Z. Hadley uf Honolulu, ns
Mortgagee,' and of record in Liber
303, pages 363-3C7, Hawaiian Regis
try of Conveyances, and pursuant to'
Section 21C1 (Chapter 139) of tho
Revised Laws of Hawaii, as amend
ed by Act C9 of the Session Law)
of 1907, the undersigned hereby
gives notice that sho Intends to fore,
close the said mortgage for condi
tion broken, to wit; the non-payment
of the principal sum secured
by said mortgage when dpe.
Notice is hereby likewise given that
the property conveyed by tho snhl
mortgago will bo told nt public auc
tion 'at tho auction rooms of James I".
Morgan, S57 Kaahiimauu street, Ho
nolulu aforesaid, auctioneer, on Sat
urday, tho 3rd day of' September.
1910, nt twolvo o'clock noon.
The pioperty conveyed by tho said
mortgage and to bo sold consists of
all those two certain parcels of land
oltuato at Maklln, Lahnlnn, Isliind
of Maul, Territory of" Hawaii, nnd
moro particularly described as fol
lows, to wit:
1. House-lot ot Makohat (k), sit
uate at Maklla, said Lahnlnn, de
scribed In Itoyal' Patent 2715, La nil
Commission Award C209, and con
taining 2 roods more or less.
2. All that certain piece' or par
cel of lapd Eltuato at Maklla, sal 1
Lahnlnn, adjoining the house-lot of
Knm'ohal, und being the same prem
ises described In Itoyal Patent 10127,
Land Commission Award fll2. Area,
Terms: Cash, United States gold
coin; deeds nt the expense of pur
chaser. t '
For further particulars apply to
Larnach & Hobliibon, StangenWald
building. Honolulu, attorneys for
mortgagee,, or James F. Morgan, Ho.
(Signed) ANNE Z. HADLEY,
4090 Aug. 0, 13, 20, 27.
OJ ' n .' on Min r 'ATI II?
City Trnnifer Co,
NltlHT HlflNAI.I.I.Vn A leilrr le
eched by the Mercantile Marin Ser
vice Association, from ilm Kei-.el.-nr
of Lloyd's, drawn nltentlon to Hie
great fncllltlca afforded for cdinmunl-
cnllng nt night time with nUaal sta
tions by Morso lump, nnd Hia nore
slly for observing the following rules
po that slgtihls may bo read dearly
at the shorn Matluns:
1. All other lights In the vicinity
of the Unfiling lamp should bo obscur
ed. 2 The 'flashing lamp should be
kept continually polnlel directly to
waids the Mnllon.
?. fare should be taken thai pro
per ngularlty Is olnerveil In the
lenghts of flashes and spacss. nnd thai
the spaeeit between tho words lire
ccintiiicraiiiy longer man inose no
tween the Utters.
4. At some stations vessels rnmo
within tho rays of n lighthouse be
fore tho signal Is completed. 'This
should, If jiosslble, bo avoided In all
6. When Morslng n vessel's namo
It Is ndvlsab'o that the name should
be spelt In lull; the nationality should
also be given.
am nn.vtn.ro ill U'Msnn for.
mer president ofrtho CI rami Trunk
Hallway, has annnnnce.i inn in less
than two years n train ferry would bo
tunning bolween Dover nnil Calais
and Hint similar service would li:
osIiiIiIUIi.mI between Folkestone nnd
Itiiilnirnn nu wotl ns other DOrts on
Ihe main lines of travel between Eng
land nnd tho Continent, sir wmiam
White nnd Sir John Wolfe-Harry pro
minent engineers, nre hard nt work
on the plan.
"Englishmen exclaim 'Impassible!'
snl.i Sir Charles today "On tho con
trary. It is entirely possible. At least
soveuty two train firrlcs in operation
In Canada nnd llie united amies, noi
to mention tho crlco between the
Scandinavian peninsula nnd lerniany.
cnabls travelers o cross stretches of
wniftr uIiIIa nenrefiilh- sluinb3rlng In
their sleeping car berths. To bo surd
the English channel Is rough some
times, but so Is Luke Michigan, when!
l linvn traveled In n train ferry In
perfect comfort ,for n long distance."
HEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
( Rcccrdcd July 27, 1010.
L KlrKputilck to G L b.uubun, I);
lot 0, Walalao Heights, Honolulu, O.t
hu; $300. II 310, p 3C. July 20.
Allen Herbert nnd wf to Henry
Wnterhouse Trust Co Ltd, tr, D; gi'
595, ap 2, Kalliil, 'Honolulu, Oaliu;
JSOOO. II 340. ( 38.' July 27, ibid.
Peter Mnlne nud wf to Ilalcmnilo
Land Co Ltd, D; 1-0 lot ln,gr 1111,
Kamunul, Walalun, ,Onhtl; $120. II
v, i a, .iuiy iv, uuu.
Lnu'sung ct 'nl' by mtgee to Lnu
Knp, For: Entry; lenseholds, bldgs,
crops, etc, Moanalua, Honolulu, Oa
hu. II 339, p 102. July 27, 1910.
T Horn to 11 A Oerlach, O M;
cane crops on subdiVH 41 and 42 uf
lot C3, Olna Tract, Puna, Hawaii;
$47G. B 339, p 99. July 23, 191U.
Young Akt nnd hsb (C 11) to Ly
man S Thompson, D; Int In ap 2, gr
2151, Aenialo, Knu, Hawaii; $150. 11
340, p 3G. Feb 23. 1910.
John T Brown nnd wf to P C Ilea
mer, L; por gr 4581, rtH way, etc,
Hlchardson nnd Ponnhawal Sts and
Klondyko alley, Illlo, Hawaii; 35 yrs
10 yrs at $50 per mo, 25 yrs at
$76 per mo. B 330, p 1(W. July 13,
K Yamaguchl ct nl to Hatadn Se-
Izo, Ilcl; cane crop on lots 7 and
8 (20a land), Kallmann, S Illlo. Ha
waii; $509. II 339, p 101. July 2,5,
llntada Sclzo to S Hutn, 11 S; cane
rop on lots 7 and 8 (20n land), Knu-
maun, S Illlo, Hawaii; $1559,95. 11
330, p 180. July 25, 1910.
J Nagatolshl to Olan Sugnr Co Ltd,
C Mi cn.no crop on 7 7-lOn of lot 17,
Olna Homesteads, Punn,' Hnwnll;, $.1,
lUtd adv to $402. B 339, p 103. Jll)y
-Mariano Joeo ct nl to Olan Sugnr
Co Ltd, (' II: enno crop on lot 10
and por lot ,8, Kntihe Homestead
Tract, Puna, Hawaii; .$U nnd ad'
to $5000. B 339, p 10G. July 1,
Knuai Fruit & Land Co Ltd to
Libauo Hodlgues, Rel; lot 18, Kalu.
heo Homesteads, Kalnhco, Kauai;
$370.80, B 339, p 108. July 12,
ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE.
That torrlb'o Itch disappears with
ho FIRST DROPS of D. D. D. Pros
crlpilon. U kills all skin disease
gcrpis constantly, A soothing, healing
lotion used externally only. Honolulu
Drug Co., Fort Street.
Rag-pk-kcrs in "Now York threaten
a strike If their demand for higher
wnges Is not granted.
185 editorial rooras 250 ""
necr office. These are the telephone
numbers 'of tho D u 1 1 o 1 1 n office.
(Jns. -II. Love)
THU LATEST wireless report re
ceived from the Pncinc Mall liner Kit
re.t by h r ngeiits II, llackfeld nnd
t'nhiiiany Is to the cffci'1 that (ho vc-
el will not arrive off thn isn't' much
befoio four nV'oelc this afternoon
The Kore.i li bringing fourteen htiii
ilii'l mid llfly Hum of general eargi
from HoiiKKoim and Jnpiu irtn. llls
iiudertiK, thai Hr. Foster u medlenl
nlllrer connected with Ilio Unlteil
States Mnrine Hospital Service Is
iibnard the vessel In which case
should ho mnku tin Inspection of pas
sengers and crew before tho arrival
of the Koren nt Honolulu that vessel
Fhinild leeclvo u tirompl prnellque by
the local iiuarantlub authorities.
HII.O SHIPPIN'a (nclulcf tho
schooner C. S. Hojines which vessel
"rlvcd Ihero on Inst Tuesday from
Hanamaulli, Knunl, where sho has
hecn discharging lumber brought
down fiom the northwest. Tho Holmes
will loud hard wood railway tics nl
Illlo. Tho schooner W. II. Murston
has sailed leaving (hat pott on Thurs-
uny wun i:,mj railway ties iicsuneu
for tho const. The Marslon carried
the largest shipment of tics leaving
Illlo In many months, Tho American
Hawallnn freighter after having dis
charged n cniiside'rnblii amount of
'brldso rnnterlnl look oh sugar u'nd de
parted for Sullna Cruz ou Tluirsday
8TRONO TRADES and heavy east
erly swells were met with by the Inter
Island steamer Mnunn Kea, Tho ves
sel arrived from Hllo nnd wny ports
this morning bringing tho usual quota
of cabin and dick passengers. The
freight Ilcl Included ohla and kon
wood, gunnies, vegetables, 2 nnlrn,
taio, 2Ct head sheep and consign
ments of chickens, pigs nnd sundries
Purser Philips reports tho steamer
Knunl at Hllo, the Hclcno nt l'epec
keo, tho Kntulaul at Honomu and tho
Llkellko at Honokaa.
PURSER PHILIPS of tho B(eamor
Mnunn Koa arriving from Illlo and
way potts this morning reports tho
following sugnr nwnltlng shipment on
Hawaii: Olan 30.800; Wulaken 10,000;
Hawaii Mill 3000' Walnnku 8500; Ono-
men 21,000; Pcpeekeo 7800; Honontu
1150; Huknlaii 7000; lJiiipahoehoo
14,600; Onkala 8800; Kukalnn (D)
1495. (II) 853; Hnmakua 17,000; Pa-
uuhau 3000; Honokaa GOO; Piinaluu
18UC; Ilimuapo 853.
A NUMBER of lqllltary ofllclals of
considerable prominence will pass
through Honolulu ns pnssonge'ril by tho
United 8tatcs Army transport Slieri-
dnn that Is duo to nrrlvo ,from San
Francisco on or about, ,AUgusi lzin.
Tho Sheridan sailed frftm San Frnh
Cisco yotterdrfy. Tho vessel Is en-
.route to'Munlln by (ho way of Guam.
On Ixjard tho .vessel nro several army
ofllcers who will tako station nt Ho
nolulu. THE MATSON Navigation steamer
I.uillnu has returned from Kuhulul
uhnrn some six hundred tons general
merchnndlso whs discharged and n
small shipment ot .sugsr taken on
board. Tho Lurllne will commence
to take on sugar nt Honolulu today
and will bo ready for sailing for Ban
Francisco on Tuesday ovenlng. The
vessel will depart from Hackfehl
wharf at bIx o'clock on that date.
FOR NEARLY fifty years Captain
II. 11. Pcnhallow has followed tho sen.
As mnster of tho American schooner
Alice Cooko, Captain Pcnhallow has
become known to u largo clrclo of
friends In Honolulu and tho Islands.
Tho skipper nnnuiincos his Intention
o'f retiring from tho soa nnd to bear
out his declaration has booked pas
sago for Maul nnd Hawaii.
TH EINTERISLAND stoameriMaul
Is to undorgo gmcral repairs and over
hauling. Tho vessel returned from
Hawaii ports today bringing a ship
ment of nlno thousand sacks ot sug
ar, 76 head cuttle and 8 packages
sundries. Thu vessol will bo out of
commission for about a fortnight.
WITH SUQAU and other lines ot
Hawaiian-products, tho-Malnon Navi
gation chart: i cd steamer .ftpvudan nr
rlvcd nt San Francisco yostcrday after
an eight day voyago from Kannapall
and other ports.
THE AMERlCAN-Hnwnllnn freight
er Arlzounn with a large consignment
of Islsnd sugar sailed from Hllo on
last Thursday, Tho vessel Is destin
ed for Sallua Cruz.
A CABLE received nt this port .an
nounces tho anlvdf of thu Pacific
Mall liner Mongolia at San Francisco
yesterday. Tho' Mongolia left here
on last' Saturday.
THE ARRIVAL of tho Japaneso
steamer Chlyn Maru from San Fran
cisco by tho way of Huuolulu Is re
lorted at Yokohama.
WITH DESTINATION given as ljllo
tho Apierlcan cchoonor Caniauo Is re
ported to have sailed from Port Gam
Saturday, Ain. 0.
Illlo Via wny ports Mnunn Kea,
f.tmr.. n. m.
P r stmr. Mnunn Ken from Illlo ntu)
way iors, Af. C -I- 1'- Held and
wife. II. Focke, W, von Holt, C. E.
Cummlngs, I,. H. Carey and wife, Mrs
A. C. Fnyiisou, V. N. While. Miss V.
Saunders, Col. Davis nnd son,' II. A.
P. Carter, V. llnrd. A. lllchles. II. J.
I.ynian. D. II. Lymnn and wife, W,
M. (Iraliam and ton, Mrs. A. Ilohen
berg. J. K. Jncobsen, 8. II Wooloy,
Father Canlslns, Bro. Lewis, J. II. Mc
Swnnson. Jno. Wntt nnd son. It. Mc-
Corrlsloli, L. A. La Alnrcanx, A. tV.
iteech, F. Hurst, M. R. Medelros, Cnpt
C. l'lick. Miss J. Ake, II. H, Rlckard,
E. W. HarnarJ, wife and soil, ,1", F.
Bcckert. wife rind chllil, Mrs. A. Cnrt
Icy ilnd 4 children, Mrs. A. Dunn .nnd
child. T. Taylor, P. W. Bluett, Jos.
F. Woods, Ueo. Brown. MIbr E. Dunn.
Mts. E. P. Law, 2 sonds and mild
Misses Tullock, Mrs. Geo. Tullock, W,
Decker, wtio uhil son, J. C, Foss, C,
Mnrqucs, u Y. Anlua, C. Nntloy, Jns,
Html and wife, ItobL Hind and wife,
L Hind, Misses Hind (4). Mrs. Wlcke.
and son, Miss O. Rlckard, Mrs. Jijo.
Jesus. J. jprgenson. Mrs. T.. McLean
nnd children (3 H. Holt, wlfo nnd
child. Master W. Holt, M. S. Pacheco.
C. II. Lclfert. Miss McLeud. A. Flet
cher, Miss Kck'lpl. W. K. Alull. Rev.
J .Fnkuda, Rev. U. P. Hoo, K. Mura
oka, M. (Initio. O. lllmlt, M. C. dc
Mello, J. H. Wilson nnd wife, J. II.
Helm. E. It. Hendry, It. W. lireckons
D. Sherwood, M. Anlone, M. Hlyashl
da, J. Pelicans. Mrs. II. T. Sheldon,
Misses Kapu (2), Master Kapti.
Per O, S. S. Sierra for San Fran
Cisco, Aug. 10. Mrs. doo. Kcnyon.
Miss E, Blcknell, Mrs. A, Hnshbrouck.
Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Anderson. Miss M
Center, Mrs. D. Center, Airs. H. S.
Patrick, A. R. Patrick. Miss F. Bonet-
tl. Miss E. Adams. Miss N. Center,
Miss H. Center, Mr. and Mrs. F. I.
Hill, Mrs. Harmon, Miss Cnlburn, Mrs
Colburn, Mrs. M. E. Townsend, Miss
L. J-'. McCarthy, Prlnrpss Knwonaua-
koa, Mrs. J. McAndrews. Miss F. Gup
py, Miss Castle. .Mr. and Mrs. F, 1).
Lucas. Mrs. M. Crclghton, D. F. Sulli
van, Miss L. B. Pdltzman, Miss Ryan,
Mrs. M. B. Horton, F. B. WIthlngton,
Miss Sailor. Miss Ltihrman. "E. A
Jones, Miss J, Colchoucr, Miss S. CoXi
illss Lee, Dr. Vroom, Mrs, Hcrtschy,
Miss Bertschy. Mr. and Mis. F. M.
FuHz, A. F. Dredge, Miss D. J'. Salis
bury, Miss Poltcr, Miss Hollnck, Mrs.
J. Dyer1, Miss Mary Ounn, Dr. nnd
Mrs. F. D. Fnlrrhlld. Miss Eam:B,
Miss E. Dutot. Miss M. Cook. Miss
Ella Roll, W. D. Albxandor. Mrs. S.
Colburn, Mrs. J. Colburn, Miss M, L,
McCnrty, Miss I. Young, Miss S Wil
liams. MIsb E. Moloney, J. Wagner,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Bonnell. Mr. an I
Mrs. Otto Oss. Mr. nnd Mrs, II. B,
"King, Victor Hurd, D. Ynrdbroughj
ViUI, J, ..111V, ,-,(0. rflMIJ HIHIIU, W. .
Snckwltz, A. V. Good. F. L. Hill, Win,
Hooper, J. R. Douglns, S, Hamamoto,
M. Parmnnter, Mrs. Coggshall, Mr.
anil Mrs. .1. u. iiccu, i)r. anu Jtirs. u,
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports,
Aug. 10. Mrs. H. Ake, Mrs. J. A.
Palmer, Mrs. J, II. Soper, D. B. Ly
man, Mrs. Lyman, Ella Gookln.
Two persons aro thought to havo
perished In a hotel fire at Hoqulam,
. Fit for An Emperor
i c '; rin vv .
You get more than good Havana tobacco in Van Dvck
You get the choiceit leaves of Cuba's fl'nert crops, and
only, the choicest' ' '
tobacco .that it selected for its rare perfection in' flavor,
its. exquisite fragrance.
Royalty commandi no better. ' ' ' " '
Not if you were to pay $1.00
apiece, .could you get a cigar
that afforded greater luxury,
more thorough enjoyment, more
Yet you will pay half for
theie.cigan what you would for
equal quality in the imported.
The difference lies in the duty
which we save by making our
27 .Different Shapes
M. A. QUNST& Co. "The
ON PAQE EIQHT.
Friday, Aug. 5,
Maul and Hawaii i-ort.1 Clatidlne,
stmr,, 5 p. m.
Knual iorts V. (I. Hall, stmr., 6
lOuinl ports Noenu, Htmr., p. m.
PA88BNQBR8 BOOKED T
Per stmr. Claudlne. for Hawaii nnd
Mntil ports ,Aug. t. Mrs. J. Vnncnn
relies, Mrs. V. W. llodge, MIss'M.
Pllkol, Miss E. Kinney, Mrs.., It. Jo
seph, Miss llonsner, I!. A. Straub,
MUj Straub, Miss Cnrrano, Mrs. I),
H.'penhnllow, C. J. S.'h'ocnjng, JVl J.
Lowe, Miss A. Williams, A. Andrade,
II, II. Peuhallow, J. A. Oilman, O. H.
WllllaniB, a. 1. Oilman, Geo. Gard
ner, Mather Frnncls, A, Welbiir, Mrs.
Wellmr, Miss Klnau Wilder, Miss E.
S. Sherman, C. Wlchcrt, Mrs. L.
Mnrclel, Miss II. Voss, Miss E. Kin
ney, irs, 'Wowcomb, Mrs,. Vroom,
Per stmr. Mnunn Kea, for Itltn.
vfn wny ports, Aug. 9. M, Thomp
son, M. Dyso, Mrs. McKay, E. G.
Rntlott, Mrs. Barrett. Mrs. . E.
Young, Mrs. C. J. ,Shoenlng, Mis
M. Ruth, .Mrs. Voss, jllse Graham, G.
P, J mid, Mrs. Judd, Mrs. F. M. Wake,
field, Miss E. A. Fletcher. W. W.
Low, A. L. Castle, A. J. Lowrcy, MIsa
Cullen. Mrs.' J. B. Law, Mrs. M. O.
Slmas, Miss Densman,, F. II. Bllva,
Bishop Libert. Capt, Walker, J. T.
Taylor, It. I. Ltllle, Miss E. H. Nich
olas, Mrs. Tucker, Miss Tucker, .1.
M. lloonke, A. J.,VII'lams.
Per M. N. 8. 8. Lurllno for San
Francisco, Aug. 9. Miss F. Benton,
Miss J. Atberton, Miss' Leslie Tu'llocJi,
JHss Martha Tiilloch, Mm. O. P. Tul
Ipch, .Mr. and Mrs. Pxatt, ,-MUs il.
Linn, Mis. S. p. Linn. W. T. Garden.
J. J. Cflrden., Jr I, H. .Beadle, Miss
Prim?, Mrs. Prime, Mrs. Geo. A. Mar
tin nnd ,2 children, Miss E. jMock,
Mrs. M. 8, Made and child,, Mrs. May
Smith and child,. Mr, and Mrs. O. B.
Smith. Miss O. E. Parsons, Miss 1.
CurtU. Mr. and Mrs. M. Pagan, Carl
Wallner, A. Parish, H. Parish, A. Par
ish, ,Mr. nnd Mrs. L. A. (j. 'parl'sn,
Mrs. W. A. Rldcout and child." Miss
Nellie M. Crane, Miss M, Cassldy. f
Per M. N. 8. 8. Wllhelmlna.for San
Francisco, Aug. 17.--Dr. Jlorry B. AI
derson, Mrs. H. E. Alderson, A. CJ.
Coburn, D. T. Fuljaway, Oeo. qard
nor, Jas. K. Jarret't. S. C. Kennedy,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hum and Infant,
H. A. Wilder. W. Foster lforner. 8.
Thompson, Mlss,C. fp. Desraond, Mrs.
Alex.' Lindsay and child. Mrs'. L. G.
Marshall, Miss Lydla K. Aliolo, Miss
R. Raphael, Mrs. A. E, Lee, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. De Cow, Miss Vlda Ross.
Mrs. David Little, Mrs,jRobcrt Scott.
Miss Irene Young, .Miss Louise Mc
Carthy, MUs Josephine, Pratt, Miss
Mary Sexton, Mrs. A1. E. Spinney,
Miss M. de BrotteYllIo. J. B. Cox. W.
II. Baugh, Miss L. Desmond, Mrs.
Desmond, W. X. Bailey. Dr. , J. N.
Vrooni, Miss, Jesslo Kennedy! Mrs. J.
A. Kenned, Mrs. L. E. Arnold, In
fant nnd maid. Master U Arnold, 'Miss
L. Arnold, Miss Butschy, Mrs.' Buts
chy, .M'r." anil Mrs". . W. tarter ,o'nd
child, M. H.'lhmsen, L. O. nlchar'd
son, Ion L. Clark, Miss II. 'Hobron,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ultchman, It! II.
Hyman. Dr. J. S. B. Pratt, Mrs. M.
,Stono, Mrs II. W. Hyman, E D. Ten
ncy. Miss C, Richardson, Miss IC.
Hutchinson, Miss D. Richardson, Mrs
Lj0. Richardson, Mr. and If-.A. D.
Baldwin, Mr, ,nml Mrs". J,os. Ijutchln
son. 5T"For Rent" cards on sale, at
the Bulletin office.
cigars in Tampa, .Florida.
In all otheMpeoti, they're
the same ai the imported. We
evenbemploypuban experts in
the' making. " ,
""Aiid ' there's a "Van Dyck
Quality Cigar for every tasta
-r-fram, the thin, mild .pane
tela (to the fat, full-flavored
3-for-25o and Upward
House .of Staphs-" pisjtributon
r t j. et h.