Newspaper Page Text
EVENicid fctrLLETtrj, HOrJottrLtr, f. M.. SAT Cr6a. At)o. C, 1910.
Honolulu First l)rgrc.
Oceanic Second Rrgrro.
All vliltlng members o( tni
Order nre cordially Invited to
ulcrrt meetings nf local lodRe,
Meet on thr
2nd and 41!
at X. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Aho
KHEFICIAL ASSIATIOH. oiation. cor-
EAEMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening ai
7:30 In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Tort Street.
E. II. HENDIIY, Secretary.
HD. McCOY, Noble Orand.
All tliltlng brothers very cordially
OAHU I0DOE, No. 1, K, of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 in K. of P. Hall,
torner Fqrt and Ueretunla. Vlsltlnt
orothers cordially Invited to attend
WM. JONES, C. C.
0. F. HEINE, K. R. &
Hawaiian tribe, no. i, i. o. e. m.
Meets every first and third
day of each month at Knlghti of
Pythias all. Visiting brotherir
dlally Invited to attend.
'A. L. EAKIN, Sachem
E. V. TODU, C. of n.
.SPNOLULU AERIE HO. F. 0. E
Meets 6n tbu 2nd und 4tn WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
1:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, came
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to. at
W. H KILEY, W. P
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODOE 610, B. P. 0. E.
'' Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B P. O.
Clks, meets In their hall, on Kln
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAB, D, DOUQI1EIITY, B R
OUO, T. KLUEOEL. Sec.
KMWM. MoKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P,
M 4 Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturdu.
vonlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of I'
Hall, cor. Tort and Deretanla Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to ni
H. A TAYLOR, C 0
E. A. JACOUSON, K R. 8
t YOU CAN LAY IT
When you get a ready roof
ing that, has all the good qual
itlei of pure rubber and none
of the bad, and outlaiti it ten
timet over, besides being wa
ter proof and climate proof,
you have just about a perfect
roof covering that's CONOO,
Lewers & Cooke,
177 BO, KINO ST.
,M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALHEB
frowpt ana route Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
ithnnn 170 Nlclit Call 1014
ASSESSMENT NO, 12
Honolulu Branch of the JUrrlion
j Mutual Aiivclatlon
iJfss bn rsllsii and li DIJH JVM',
J? )ini DKUHQVliHT o 1VUY U-
Ideas On Volcanos Are
HII.O, Aug. R. That Professor
iltlgham t the tllrlicip Museum 'ns
absolutely right In ills theory
.ho subjeu of volcanic activities, nhd
hat Dana, thn famoui geologist, vat
.viong when he uttempteil to rcfutJ,
he tbeor) of the Int-al scientist, was I
.ho conclusion irncheil by Dr. Albert
llrun, 1.1 enclato of tho Borbonnej
University, Doctor of Sciences of the i
University or (leiiewi, who this week I
ipnnt wine time ai the olrjmo.
Dr. llrun bus sient the pal ten
years In studying wirious volcanoes.
t being his main object to dlsprovu
die generally ucppleil theory of Dana
hat steam Is Involved In the explo. I
jlon of vol aiioes. Dr. llrun has vis-!
lied a largo number of craters, In 1
various parts of tlm world, nnd hoi
dates that nil his Investigations have .
hown that thcio Is absolutely no1
nulsture Involved In'thu volcanic out-!
ii i. nn iiiiopH- rn!pn i,ip n,,i
.ho steam seen at tho crater come
from moisture In the volcano Itself,"
tald Dr llrun yesterday. "Whatever
molsturo thero Is In tho steam comes
from tho Tain and the humidity of
be earth surrounding the crater.
Kltnuen possesses no trace of water
I took a number of lubes of tho
jinoke, and I did not flint the slight-
Vsf trnco of (nolatiirc,
J'lt Is a false Idea that tho vol
canic outbursts n ro due to steam. The
white smoke which you see Is aliio.
Iiilcly dry. This fart has olreadv
.icon pointed out hy Dr. Ilrlghnm of
Honolulu, but his theory was con
tradicted hy Dana. Dana's theory
was generally aoeptcil, hut Dr. Hrlg
ham was right. 1 li'ollevo that Dr.
HrlKhffni-.was the first to .say that
Thurs-h;iaue IV ab'solulely dry. I can
onljT'ifoinpIitely confirm his opinion,
lie Is a" very arcurnto 'observer, and
Dana was'liot exact. Tho work done
by Dr. Ilrlghnm was mudi better.
"Tho volcanic oiilburstB arc en
'Irely due, I And, to gases which are
omblned In tho lava. If you heat
mra in a vacuum you receive all no
gases, and upon analysis jou flmlj
mm me iiiul- iiuun in tiu win '"l,
made by these gases, and not by
water. If lava Is heated gases aro
formed. Expansion follows, nnd this1
is mo cause or mo uuiuursis wnen
the lava ovcrllaws. Thero Is abso
lutely no difference between Kllituea
and tho rest of tho volcanoes which
I havo seen, ex'ept that It Is larger,
hot otherwise there Is vtscutlally no
Jlffeionce. I havo seen five largo
eruptions, Kllaucn being the sixth,
and nonn of them were different from
that of Kllauva."
Dr. Druu expects to publish tho
results of his juvcstlgatluiiE of HI
auea In the Archives des Science
Pti) I1 tic, at (leneva, one of tho old
est scientific Journals In the world,
having been founded In ITS.'!.
The eminent scientist had planned
to take a trip to the crater of Mauna
Loa, but unfortunately ho was un
ablo to make arrangements for tho
ascent In time to allow hi in to mako
tho trip. He sailed last Friday for
Maul, where ho will make u thorough
Investigation of tho crater of llaeu
kala, which he expects to find in
many respects similar to that of
Tenerlffe, though, of course, larger.
After soclng Hulcaknla, ho will leave
the Islands for tho mainland, where
ho will visit Yoscmlle, and will then
return to Europe, where he will fin
ish his laboratory work on a large
number of tubes containing gases ob
tained at Kllauca, and will then pre
pare his articles for publication.
THE average person can scarcely
rcallzu with what rapidity nnd luxn
rlanco barnacles and other marine
llfo will grow on the bottoms of
ships. A picture was recent
ly taken at tho Eagle Harbor (I'ngot
Hound) dry dock of Hull Ilrnthers'
Marino Railway ft Shipbuilding Co.,
when the Ilrltluli ship Hulqwoo was
hauled out for scraping and painting
The vessul had been three years In
Hie water without being cleaned and
over thirty tons of barnacles, mus
sels and other marine growths bad to
be removed befuro painting could bu
ilonu It can easily bu Iniuglned how
a vessel's progrets Is hunipcreil by a
handicap of (his kind und why somu
ships are so long at sen. Tho Hale
wood was laid up at Esn,ulmalt from
Nov l. 1908. tinlll a short time ago,
wlicli she wus churlercd to load wheat
for tin United Kingdom. After clean
ing at Englo Harbor she was towed to
Taroma for (urgo and will shortly put
An order Issued from WashlngUin,
I) (' . provides for two schools for
(Milling and baking for tho United
A lsrg sIiiiih Hint tins been pass
H for enlurH In the Highland l'al
ItadM fll wmly, crushing a ")!
l '! Mr Injurliitf ' ma".
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Aufos, $4 per, hour, Lewis Stables. ,!
New Sweaters at Whltnoy 4.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is licit at The Encore.
The quality of nur soila 11 lilgli.
Lelthcad and Woodward, phone f57.
Up till noon today 574 automobiles
had hern registered at the police sta
tion. Tomorrow afternoon the Hawaiian
hand will phi -nt the. loll gnmu lit
Mrs. Hlce and Miss Rice nrrlvcd on
the Sierra from an extended tour on
Jordan's advertise today a list of
Novelties hy the several steamers lo
band th'i week.
Throe prisoners wore brought In
from Kwn this morning by Deputy
If you wont a good Job dono on nn
auto or carriage, take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., .427 Quean St. .
Joe Knaeu was m'rctcl this mom-
lug and ch.iigcd with assaulting a
Jnpaneso at tho I'lneapplo cannery nt
There were lx cases on the pollen
court calendar this moriilng nnd Judgo
Andrnde only sat on Iho bnch for a
T1'e Russian girl who Is'nllcgcd to
havo been a "hlto slac" on Mnul,
arrived In Honolulu on the Manna Koa
Tho (lancp of the season will bo en-
Joyed n't the Moann Hotel this uvcnlng.
Hurlng the dinner hour a selector- Ha;
wallan nulntot club will play somo of
the sweetest of Hawaiian melolles,
.Lieut, hern, who was gnyitcd Sick
leave, Is In Washington, 1). C' His
numerous Irl'nds will be delighted to
know that he Is greatly Impnucd In
-' -... m u momn ..r
so to the Islands.
The Mitchell Automobile Is proving
tho most popular of all the low-price
automobiles In tho market. Scbiimau
Carriage Company Is Just In receiptor
tcvoinl nuw machines and has them
ready for demonstration.
IN FOREIGN PORT
Saturdsy, Aug, 6.
NEW YORK Sailed Aug. C: Ilk. Nun-
ami for Honolulu.
OAVIOTA Arrived Aug. C: Ship
Falls of Clyde, hence July C.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. C: S.
H. Tcuyo Mam. hence July 31.
rORT TOWNBEND Arrived Aug. 0:
Schr. A. F. Coats, hence July 9.
OAVIOTA-Sallcd Aug. :0 Ship
Falls of Clyde, for Honolulu.
0Nn M0NTH jfl rCcorded against
10 AwcrCan !,!,, Tolls of Clyde that
l,,t Pninnll,l n tnunni fmm
Honolulu to Gaviota. Tho vessel
brought a full shipment of oil lo this
WITH A FULL cargo of merchan
dise for tho Hawaiian Islands, thn
American bark Nuuanu bus ' sallcd
from New York with destination as
NSW. - TO-DAY
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FORE
CLOSE AND OF ALE.
Jnder nnd by virtu of the power
of sale contained In that certain
mortgage dated the 29th day of May,
11908, made by D. K. Kahautello of
I.ahalna, Island and County of Mini!,
Territory of Hawaii, us Mortgugor,
to Anne '.. Hudley of Honolulu, as
Mortgagee, and of record In Liber
303, pages 3GS-3C7, Hawaiian Regis
try of Conveyances, and pursuant to
Section 21C1 (Chapter 139) of tho
Revised Laws of Hawaii, as amend
ed by Ait S9 of tho Session Lnwi
of 1907, the undersigned hereby
gives notlco that sho Intends to fore.
closo tho said mortgage for condi
tion broken, to wit: the non-payment
of tho principal sum secured
by said mortgage when due.
Not I e Is hereby llkeweo given that
the property convened by the said
mortgage will be sold ut public mic
tion 'at tho auction rooms of James V.
Moigan, SS7 Kaalmiiiaim street, flo
nplulu aforesaid, auctioneer, on Sat
urday, tho 3rd day of Septembar,
1910, nt twolvo o'clock noon.
Tho property conveyed by tho nafi
mortgage and to bo sold conslstB of
all tlioso two certain parcels of land
situate at Mnklla, I.ubalna, Inland
of Maul, Territory of' Hawaii, and
more particularly described as fol
lows, to wit:
1. House-lot of Makohal (k), sit
uato at Maklla, tald I.ahalna, de
s-rlbcd In rtoyal ' Patent 271S, Land
Commission Award G209, mid con
taining 2 roods more or less.
2. All that certain piece.' of par
col of land Bltuato at Maklla, sal i
Lahalna, adjoining tho house-lot of
Kamohal, und being the samo prem
lees described In Royal Patent 10127,
Land Commission Award fl!2. Area,
Terms: Cash, United States gold
coin; deeds at tho expense of pur
For further particulars apply in
Lnriiurh ft Jtoblusou, Statigenwald
building.' Honolulu, attorneys for
liiottKageii.or James V. Morgan, Ho.
(Blgned) ANNE Z. HADLEY.
4C90 Auk. 0, 13, 20, 27.
OJ' J.'e ion Number Will Il
City Transfer Co.
NK1HT SinNAl.I.I.Vfl A letter re'-
eched hy the Mercantile Marin Sei"-
vice Association, from the See.eiatv
of Lloyd's, draw'H nllentlon to Iho
great facilities tnffnrdci! ftlr cdmtntinl
eating at night time with nWaal sla
tlnus by Murso lamp, nnd thi nece.
slty for oli4crlng the following rules
so that signals may he I rail dearly
at the shorn stations:
1. All other lights In the lclnltv
of the Hashing lamp should he obscur
ed. 2. The' Hashing tamp should ho
kept continually polntei directly to.
watds the station
2. Care should be taken that pro
per regularity Is ob.ered In the
lenghts of Hashes and spac:s, add tljat
tjic spaces between tho words arc
cbtmldorably longer tlun those be
tween the lei ton.
4. At some stations vencM como
within tho rays of a lighthouse) be
fore the slgnnl Is completed. 'Thh
should, If possible, be avoided In nil
casts. ' '
5. When Morslng n vessel's nanio
It Is advUablo that the name shoull
be spelt In full; tho nationality should
also be gtton.
SIR CHARLES Rivers Wilson, for
mer president of "tho Orand Trunk
Railway, 'has aiinonnce.l thai hi less
than two years n train ferry would bo
limning bolwecn Diner und Calais
and Hint similar senloo would bs
established between Fulkestonn nnd
Iloiilognc, ns well lis other ports on
ho main lines of travel between Eng
land and tho Continent. Sir William
White nnd Sir John Wolfe Harry pro
minent engineers, nre hard at work
on the plan.
"Englishmen exclaim 'Inippsslhle!'"
said Sir Charles today. "On tho con
trary, It Is entirely possible. At least
seventy two train firrlcs In operation
In Canada and the Unl'o.' States, not
to mention tho berlco between the
Scandinavian peninsula nnd Germany,
enabls trnelerg to cross stretches of
water while peacefully slumbarlng In
Ihclr sleeping car berths. To be surd
the English channel Is rough some
times, but so Is Lake Michigan, when)
1 have traveled In a train ferry lu
perfect comfort (for a long distance."
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
i Rcccrded July 27, 1910.
I, Klrxpatilck to CI 1. bullion, D;
lot C, Wdlalao HelgHts, Honolulu, O.i
hit; i:iG0. 11 340, p .Ifi. July 2C,
Allen Herbert and wf to Henry
Waterhouse Trust Co Ltd, tr, D; gr
595, ap 2, Kallhl, 'Honolulu, Oahu;
18000. 11 340, ( SS? July 27, l9l6.
Peter Mutao and wf lo Hulcmano
Land Co Ltd, J); 1-6 tut Ingr 1111.
Kamuiuil, Walalun, palm; $120. II
nv, p nv. ,iuiy m, iiv.
Lau'Sang el nl' by mtgee to Lnu
Kap, For.- Entry; leaseholds, bldgs,
crops, etc, Moauulua, Honolulu, O.i
hu. II 339, p 102. July 27, 1910.
T Hara to II A Uerlach, C M;
cane crops on subdlvs 41 and 42 of
loo C3, Olaa Tract, Putin, Hawaii;
$475. 11 339, p 99. July 23, 191U.
Young Aid and hsb (C H) to Ly
man S Thompson, D; Int In ap 2, gr
2151, Aemulo, Kuu, Hawaii; $150. II
340, p 36. Feb 23, 1910.
John T Hrown and Wf to P C Rea
mer, L; por gr 4684, rtB way, etc,
Richardson and Ponahawal Sts and
Klondyko alley, lit lu, Hawaii; 35 yrs
lo yrs at $50 per mo, 25 yrs at
$76 per mo. II 330, n 17. July 13,
K Yomaguchl ct nl to Hatada He
Izo, Rol; cane crop on lots 7 and
8 (20a land), Kauma'ua, S llllo, Ha
waii; $G0!l. II 339, p 101. July 25.
Hatada Selzo to S Hata, II S; cans
rop on lots 7 and 8 (20a land), Knu
manii, S llllo, Hawaii; $1659,95. 11
336, p 180. July 26, 1910.
J Nagalolsht to Olaa Sugar Co Ltd,
C M; cn.no crop on 7 7-1 On of lot 17,
Ohm Homesteads, Piiun,' Hnwnll; $,
mid adV to $462. II 329, p 103. .luy
Mariano .loco ct al to Olaa Sugar
Co Ltd, C M; cauo crop tin lot 10
and por lot ,8, Kauhe Homestead
Tract, Puna, Hawaii; .$U nnd iv
to $5000. II 339, p 105. July 1,
Kauai Fruit & Land Co Ltd to
Llban'o Rodlgues, It el; lot 18, Kal:i.
heo Homesteads, Kalahco, Kauai;
$370.80. II 339, p 108. July 12,
ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE.
That terrlb'o Itch disappears with
ho FIRST DROP8 of D. 1). D. Prcs
crlptlon. It kills all skin disease
gcrpis constantly, A soothing, healing
lotion used externally only. Honolulu
Drug Co., Fort Street.
R.ig-plekers In "Now York threaten
a strike If their demand for higher
wages Is not granted.
185 editorial roonji yr(i but!
nesr office. These sre the 'telephone
numbers 'of the Bulletin office.
(Jns, -H. Lovn)
THE LATEST wireless report re
ceived from the Pacific Mnll liner Kn
tea by brr ngentR II, llnckfeld and
t'onmntiy Is to the effect that (hu ves
sel will not arrive on the potV much
hefo:i four o'e'oel: Ihls nflernojti
The Korea h bringing fourt-en hiin-
ilrel nnd llfly tons of goner.il r.irg.i
from Hongkong and Jap in Hirts, IMs
understood thai Dr. Foster u medical
officer connected with tlm United
States Marine Hospital Service Is
aboard tho cssel In which case,
should ho mako an Inspection of pas
sengers nnd crew before tho nrrlvnl
of the Korea nt Honolulu that vessel
shinild leeelvn n prompt prnrllque by
the Inc.il ipiarantltib niithorlllei.
lltl.O SHIPPIN'O fncltllcs tho
icliiioncr C. 8. Hojmcs which vessel
-rived lliero on last Tuesday from
llannmnulli, Kuuai, where sho bus
been discharging liunhur brought
down f Kim the northwest. The Holmes
wlfl load hard wood railway tUs at
llllo, Tho schooner W. II. Murston
has sailed leaving that purl on Thurs
day with' 22,1 4" 3. railway tics destined
for the coast. Tho Marstou carrle.1
tho largest shipment of tics leaving
llllo it) many months. Tho American
Hawaiian freighter after having dis
charged n considerable amount of
bridge material look tin sugar and de
parted for Sallnn Cm, on Thursday
8TR0N0 TRADES and heavy east
erly swells were met with by the Inter
Island steamer Mnuna Kca. Tho ves
sel nrrlvcd from llllo and way ports
this morning bringing tho usual nuota
of cabin and (Kelt passengers. The
freight list Included olila and ko.i
wood, gtmulcs, vegetables, 2 nulo.t.
turo, 201 head sheep and consign
ments of chickens, pigs nnd sundries.
Purser Philips roports the steamer
Kauai at llllo, the Heleno at Pcpec.
keo, tho Knliilaui at Honomu ami tho
-l.lkellke at Honokaa,
PURSER PHILIPS of the. steamer
Mnuna Kca urrHlns from llllo and
way poitB this morning roports the
following sugar nwalttiig shipment on
Hawaii: Olaa 3C.800; Walakea 10,000;
Hawaii Mill 3000; Wnlnakil 8600; Olio-
men 21,000; Pepcekco 7800; Honomu
1150; Ilatialau 7000; Ijinpahoehou
14,600; Ookala 8000; Kukalau (D)
1495, (II) 853; Hamakua 17,000; Pa-
nuliaii 3000: Honokaa COO; Punaluu
189S; Hnuiiapo 853.
A NUMHER of njllltnry omclals of
considerable promtnenco will pass
through Honolulu as passenger!) by tho
United Slates Army transport Sherl.
dun that Is duo to nrrlvo ,from San
Francisco on or about August izui.
Tho Sheridan sailed from San Fran
cisco yeitcrday. Tho vessel Is en
route to Munlla by the way "of (liiatn.
On board tho .vessel aro several army
officers who will lake station at Ho
THE MATSON Navigation steamer
Km lino has returned from Kabuliil
ubern mime six hundred tons general
merchandise was discharged and a
small shipment of sugsr taken on
board. Tho I.urllno will commence
lo take on sugar at Honolulu today
nnd will bo ready for salting for San
Frnnelr.co on Tuesday evening. The
vcsfol will depart from Hackfelil
wharf at six o clock on mat uaio.
FOR NEARLY fifty years Captain
H. U. Pcnhallow baft followed tho sea.
As master of tho Ameilcau schooner
Alice Cooko, Captain Pcnhallow baB
becomo known to u largo clrclo of
friends in Honolulu and Iho Islands.
Tho skipper iinnounccs his Intention
of retiring frdm the sea and to boar
out his declaration has booked pas
sago for Maul and Hawaii.
TH EINTKR-ISLAND atonmcrlMnut
Is to undorgo general repairs and over
haullni;. Tho vessel rctume-d from
Hawaii ports today bringing a ship
ment of nine, thousand sacks of sug
ar, 76 bead cattlo and 8 packages
sundries, Tho vessel will bo out of
commission for about a fortnight.
WITH 8UOAR und other lines of
Hawaiian-products, thc-Mataim Navi
gation chart:) cd steamer .Njivadau ar
rived nt San Fraii5lsco yesterday after
an eight day voyage from Koannpa'll
and other ports,
THE AMEHICAN-Hawallan freight
er Arlzouan with a large consignment
of IhIimkI sugar sailed from llllo on
last Thursday. Tho vessel Is destin
ed for Ballua Cruz.
A CAULK received at this port .an-noiincc-H
tho arrival of the Pacific
Mall liner Mongolia at San Francisco
yesterday. ' Tho Mongolia loft hero
THE ARRIVAL of tho Japaucso:
sliumur Chlyo Maui fran Sun Frun-
clsco by tho way of Honolulu Is ru
potted nt Yokohama. I
WITH DESTINATION given ns llllo,
tho Amorlcuu rchoouer Ciimuiio Is re
ported to have sailed from Port (lam
Saturday, Ain. 6.
llllo Via way ports Mauna Kea,
simr n. m.
P' r slmr. Mauna Kca from llllo ntuj
way pors, Auk. . J. D. Held nnd
wlfp, 11. Focke, W. von Holt, C. K.
Cummlngs, I H. Cnrcy and wire, Mr)
A. C. Fnyuson. F. N. White. Miss V,
Saunders, Col. Davis nnd son," H. A.
P. Carter, V. Ilitrd, A. Rlchlci, II. J.
Lyman, D. 11. Lyman nnd wife, W,
M. Graham and ton, Mrs. A. llolien
berg. J. E. Jacobsen, 8. E. Woojoy,
Father Canlslus, UrO. Lewis, J, I). Mc
Swanson, Jno. Wntt nnd son, R. Mc
Co'rrlsioli, L. A. La 'Marcaux, 'A. "V.
Reecb, F. II, i, st. M. It. Mcdelros, Cnpl
fj. Huck, Miss Ako, II. H. Rlckard,
E. W. llarnarJ, wife .and son, .1", F,
Uockert. wife nnd chllil, Mrs. A.' Cart
ley ilnil 4 children, Mrs. A. tlnnn ,nnd
child, T. Tnylor. P. W. Illuett, Jos.
F. Woods, Oeo. Hrown, MI'sb E. Dunn,
Mts. E. P. Low, 2 sonds und mild.
Mlssra Tiilloclc, Mrs. Oeo. 'Hillock, W.
Decker, wlfo uhil Bon, J. C, Fobs, C,
Marques, L. Y1, Anlna, 0. Notley, Jjib.
Hind and wife, Robt. Hind and wife,
L. Hind, MIsbcs Hind (4). Mrs. Wlckc,
nnd son, Miss O. Rlckard, Mrs. Jno.
Jesus, J, Jqrgcusen. Mrs, T,. McLcin
anil children (3, II. Holt, wlfo and
child, Master W. Hull, M. 8. Pachcco,
C. II. Lclfcrt. Miss MeLeod. A. Flet
cher, Miss Keklpl, W. K. AI11II, Rev.
J .Fukuda, Rev. 15. P. Iloo, K Mum'
oku. M. (Irime, O. Hindi, M. U, dc
Mello, .1. II. Wilson nnd wife, J. It.
Helm, E. It. Hendry, It. W. Ilreckons
D. Sherwood, M. Antone, M. Hlyashl
da, J. Fellcans, Mrs. H, T. Sheldon,
Misses Kapu (2), Master Kapu.
Per O, 8. S. Blcrra for San Fran
clsco, Aig. 10. Mrs, Oeo. Kcnyon,
Miss E. Ilickncll, Mrs, A. Hnshbrouck,
Dr. and Mrs, II. E. Andorson. Miss M
Center, Mrs. D. Center, Mrs. H. S,
Patrick, A. It. Patrick, Miss F. Honct.
tl. Miss E. Adams, Miss N. Center,
Miss II. Center, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. I.
Hill, Mrs, Harmon, Miss Colburn, Mrs
Colburn, Mrs, M. E. Townscnd, Miss
L. -l- McCarthy, Princess Kawonaua.
koa, Mrs. J. McAndrcws, Miss F. Gup
py. Miss Castle, Mr. and Mrs. I'. D.
Lucas, Mrs. M. Crglghton, D. F. Sulll
van, Miss L. U. Pdttzman, Miss Ryan
Mrs. M. I). Horton, F. U. Wlthlngton,
Miss Sailor. Miss I.iilirmnn. E. A.
Jones, Miss J. Colchoucr, Miss 8. Cox,
,Mlss Lee, Dr. Vroom, Mrs. Hcrtschy,
Miss Dertschy, Mr. and Mis. F. M,
Fultz, A. F. Dredge, Miss D. J. Sails
bury, Miss Poller, Miss Hollack, Mrs.
J. Dyer, Miss Mary (limn, Dr. and
Mrs. F. D. Falrchlld, Miss Eam:s,
Miss E. Dutot, Miss M. Cook, MIbS
Ella Roll, W. D. Alexander, Mrs. S.
Colburn, Mrs. J. Colburn, Miss M. L,
Mccarty, Miss I, Young, Miss 8 Wll-
ll....... III.. K ll.ln. .., T lll.n..H
liltiiia, iuiBB 1. .iiuiuiiu, 1. .,uijui:i,
Mr. nnd Mrs, J. K. Ilonnell, Mr, an I
Jlrs. Otto Oss, Mr. and Mrs. H. II.
King, Victor Ilurd, D, Yardbrough,
Col. C. Mile, Mrs. Mary Smith, C V!
Sackwltz, A. V. Oood, F. L. Hill, Win.
Hooper, J. R. Douglas, S, Hamamoto,
M. Parmantcr, Mrs. Caggshall, Mr.
and Mrs. J. I), Reed, Dr. and Mrs. C.'
Per stin r. KInnu, for Kauat ports,
Aug. 10. Mrs. H. Ake, Mrs. J, A.
Palmer, MrB. J, II. Sopor, D. II. Ly
man, Mrs. Lyman, Ella Oookln.
Two persons arc thought to havo
perished In n hotel fire at Hoqulam,
Fdt for An Emperor
You get more than good Havana tobacco in Van Dvck
You get the choicest leavei of Cuba's flnert ctom, and
only, the choiceit; ' .
tobacco .that ii lelected for its rare perfection in flavor,
its. exquisite fragrance.
Jloyalty commands no better. "
Not if you were to pay $1,00
apiece, xould you get a cigar
that afforded greater luxury,
more thorough enjoyment, more
Yet you will pay half for
these cigars what vou would for
equal quality in the imported,
The difference lies in the duty
which we save by making our
27 Different Shanes
M. A. QUNST& Qo. "The
ON PAGE EIGHT.
Friday, Aug. 5.
Maul and Hawaii jtorta Clnudlne,
slmr., 5 p. in.
Kauai irts V. 0. Hall, Btmr., 5
Kintal ports Noeau, stmr., p. m,
I PAB8BNQER8 BOOKED I
1- ' -t
Per stmr: Clnudlne. for Hawaii nnd
Mntjl ports ,Aug. 6,- Mrs. J, Vnncon
relies, Mrs. W. W. Hodge, Miss'M.
Pllkol, Miss E. Kinney, Mrs...lt. Jo
seph, Miss Hensner, E, A. Strnub,
Miss Straub, Miss Carrano, Mrs, 1).
H. Pcnhallow, C, J. S.'hocnlng, VW. J.
liwe, Miss A. Williams, A? Andrnde,
H. H. Penballow, J. A. Oilman, O, 11.
WIHIanis. A. F. Oilman, Oeo. Oard
ner, Mnther Francis, A. Welbur, Mrs.
Wellutr, Miss Klnau Wlbjer, Mlsn U.
S.i gherman, C. Wlchcrt, Mrs. t
Mnrclel, Miss H. Voss, Mlsi E.'Kln
ney, Mrs. Wow'comb, Mrs,. Vroom.
Per stmr. Mauna Ken, for IIII11,
via why parts, Aug. 9. M,; Thomp
son, M. Dyso, Mrs. McKny, E. O,
Hatleit, Mrs. llartlett, Mrs. W. E.
Young, Mrs. C. J, ,8hoenlng, Mis.
M, Roth, Mrs, Voss, Miss Oraham, (1.
P, Judd, Mrs. Judd, Mrs. F. M, Wake,
field, Miss E. A. Fietchcr, W. W.
Low, A. L. Castle, A. J. Lowrey, Miss
Cullen. Mrs. J, B. Law,' Mrs. M. O.
Slmn.4, Miss Densman, F. R. Sllvn,
Hlshop Libert, Copt, Walker, J. T.
Taylor, R. I. Llllle, Miss K. II. Nich
olas, Mrs, Tucker, Miss Tucker, .1.
M. llnonke, A. J. ,VlHjams.
Per M. N. 8. 8. Lurllnn for San
Francisco, Aug. 9. Miss F. JJenton,
Miss J. Athcrton, MIss'.Lcslle Tu'lloch,
Miss ilnrjlm Tullocli, Mtb, O. P. Tul
loch. -Mr. nnd Mrs, Pratt, ,MUs M.
Linn, Mts. B. p. Linn. W. ,T, Carden.
J. J. Cflrden, Jr.. ,1. H. JJoadle, Miss
Prims, Mrs, Prime, Mrs. Geo. A. Mar
tin nnd 2 children, Miss E. Mack,
Mrs, M. 8, Mack and cfilld, .Mrs,, May
Smith and child, Mr, and Mrs. O. I).
Spilth. Miss O, E. Parsons, Miss I.
CurtU, Mr. and Mrs. M. Pagan, Carl
Wallnor, A. Parish, II. Parish, (A. Par
ish, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. 0. 'Parish.
Mrs. W. A. Rldbout and child. Miss
Nelllo M. Crane, Miss M, Casuldy.
Per M. N. 8. S. 'wilhelmlna.for Ban
.Frnnclscp, Aug. 17, Dr. Harry E. A
dcrson, Mrs, II. E. Aldcrson, A. p.
Coburn, D. T. Fiillaway, Oeo. qard
ner, Jas. K. Jarret't, 8, 0, Kennedy,
Mr. and MrB. A. Hum and Infant,
II. A. Wilder, W. Foster Iorner. 8.
Thompson,, Miss ,C. C. Desrjond, Mrs.
Alex.' Lindsay and child. Mrs', L. O.
Marshall, Miss Lydla K. Al'iolo, Miss
R, Raphael, Mrs. A, E. Loo, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. De Ccw, Miss Vlda Ross,
Mrs. David Little, Mrs,,Robcrt Scott,
Miss Ircno Young, .Miss Louise Mc
Carthy, Miss Josephine Pratt, Miss
Mary Sexton, Mrs. A. E. Spinney,
Miss M. de DrottevJIlo, J. D. Cox, W.
H. Oaugh, Miss L. Desmond, Mrs.
Desmond, W. A. Ilatley, Dr. J. N.
Vfomri, Miss Jcsslo Kennedy! 'Mrs. J,
A, konnod, Mrs. L', E. Arnold, In
fant nnd maid. Master L. Arnold, 'Miss
L. Arnold, Miss Rutschy, Mrs.' Duts
chy1, Air. and, Mr'sl A. W. tarter ,a'nd
child, M. If. Hansen, L. O. Richard
son, Ion L. Clark, Miss H. 'Hobron,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. liltchman. It! 11.
Hymnn, Dr, J. 8. D. PratL Mrs. M.
,Stono, Mrs II. W. Hymnn, E D. Ton
uey, Miss C, Richardson, Miss K.
Hutchinson, Miss D, Richardson, Mrs
1,.0. Richardson, Mr, and M-s.,A, D.
Ualdwln, Mr, ,nnd Mrs'." Jos. I jute bin
son. gC-"For Rent" cards on sale, at
the Bulletin office. v , 4
cigars in Tampa, Florida.
In all otherrpspeoti, they're
the same as the imported. We
even ,employ pubajj experts in
"And ' there's a Van Dyck
Quality Cigar for every taste
fnm, the thin, mild .pane
tela to the fat, full-flavored
3.for-25o and Upward
House qf Staples" Distributors.