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Leahl Xo. il Iti Kilur.
'lilting tncmben ot the
iilcr uro cordially Invited to
iM r meetings nf local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. 7. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' Tther Ao
ENEFiCIAL A$S0SIATI0H. cUtiona cor-
EABMONY IODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
I:0 In I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. B. McCOY, Noble drand.
All TUltlng brothers very cordlall)
OAHU IODQE, Mo. 1, K. of. P.
Meets every first and third Frl
ay evening at 7:30 In K. ot 1'. Hall,
torner Fort and Beretnnla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. IIE1ND, K. n. B.
I HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. H.
Meu every flrtt and third Thurs
aayt ot each month at KnlghU ot
Pythias all. Visiting brothers cor
tlsllv Invited to attend. 1 -"
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
a. V. TODD, C. ot It.
aoNOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
trnii on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings o( each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend W. R. niLEY. W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
I0N0LTJLU IODQE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honotulu Lodge No. 61C, II, IV O.
Clki, meets In their hall, on King
B'tfeet, near FortT every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUdHEIlTY, K. It.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
WM. McKINlEY IODQE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Met every 2nd and 4th Baturday
veiling at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Mall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. H A. TAYLOIt, O. C.
H A. JACOBSON, K. n. B.
Tjlg.Mo5t..JawbJB and Satisfactory
Lewers & CooRe, Ltd.,
177 Sooth King Street
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
OHAPIAIN IANE, OPPOSITE
Phono 179 Night Call 1014
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
Has been called and Is UT. JUNK
,tC and DELINQUENT on JULY IG.
(Continued from Pape 1)
youtig mllow left the vessel wllli n
UunnfiM in iit) pood cubic OtlicrH
sought for fittings mtd there were u
number In the vMltng party who
were export divers nnd wont through
the cnbln nml crow quartern for such
articles ns tlicy could Ilnil and tako
awny with tholn.
Tho wreck continue lo hold togeth
er though thoto Is a lot or her upper
works that hai goho by tho board.
A party of Ilonlunl members return
Ing from n trip to I'onrl llnrbor yes
terday afternoon report seeing n largo
section or tlio Holgrt's deck floating
out towards the open sen. They not
ed the prooticc of several rnts run
ning about the timber How these
rodents lino ninnngcd to keep nllo
during tbo (mat Tew days Is somewhat
of n tnarvol.
Despite the MRltnllon or tlin "plr
nteK." tho liolgn Is still Molding up
n consldcrnblo amount of plunder to
tbo Miller Salvage Company The
James Makro has returned with a
quantity or spam, rope, sails, chains
I and fittings.
I One nrtlclo that has attracted con
siderable nttenllon Is tbo bathtub that
once adorned the quarters ot Captain
Wall, master of the doomed burken-
tlne This useful adjunct lo civiliza
tion was ruthlessly snatched from Its
resting place and now reposes on tho
old Klnau wharf
Tbo wheel that lias been In scrvlco
on the Hclga ponp for the pant eigh
teen ear was also brought nslioro by
Among the trophies of tho deep Ibat
Is muchly prlred Is n patent fog sig
naling device that was secured only
uftcr much dlfllciitty This apparatus
consists of a mechanical horn that
carries tho sound at considerable dis
tance at stated Intervals
The salvage also Includes several
chests nnd cu'dn and fo'e'slo (Htlngs
such as oilcloth, some rurtulns and
The position of tho llelga Is prac
tically unchnnged Her sails contlnuo
to flap from tho forcmaBt and tbo
wreck Is tilted at n sharp nn?Ie to
wards tho starboard.
V. O. Kraiisa of the United States
Experimental Station will speak to
tho Knmohnmchn boys tomorrow
evening nt 7:30, at thn clubhouse
on Fort street. Tho subject will bo
"Collon on HKwnll." Mr. Krauss
will bring samples of cotton to tho
lecturo nnd will go thoroughly Into
tho subject In n wnv that will mako
It clear to his audlenro. It Is ex
pected that tho Kumohamcha boys
will turn out In force. All uro wel
'For Sulii" cards nt llullrtln...
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, $1 per hour, Lewis Htnblos
It goes without silling Hint every
thing Is Best nt Tho Kncoro
One Ihnusnud splendid books, UU
Brown nnd l,)on Co. Until wo move
Divorce vvns granted Asnnoml 8u
eno 'today from Asanonil Kurs.iki on
the ground of non-support.
Anton Lopez was nrrostcd (his
morning and held for Investigation as
to nn alleged charge ot wife heating
For distilled water, Hire's Hoot
Beer nnd nil other populnr drinks
Ring up phono 71. Consolidated Soda
Up till noon today 577 nutomolilles
had been registered nt the police court.
and the list of motoiejclcs has grown
Pay cash nnd ssk for green stamps.1
Thcy'ie fieo Call nt the show rooms
and seo what ou got free for
Manager l.ovo, formerly of tho Alo-
ha Park. Is In tbo fkld as a boxing
promoter, nnd Cotdell and Cornyii arc;cn.ual right to Interest himself to go
practically inatchcl to Inx for him
There were seventeen cases on the
police couit calendar this morning but
eight of them vvuie gambling oHeiid
ers who forfeited their ball of $10
Tho irnlo gamo nt Moannlua on Wed
ncbflii) between Maul nnd tho Cavnlry
piomlscs to bo an exciting one, and
n hie crowd h expected to nttcnil nt
mltion of Charles A. Willis Tor
discharge In bankruptcy In the Fed
eral Court this morning was con
tinued until September IS on million
Mnx Alanzo, llio Filipino who stole
l.ymor's suit from tbo 'Varsity Club,
vvns given o sentence of one year by
Jtidgo Andradp this morning nt the
Dr. Sexton who held a his( mortem
on the body of Ah Klang. the China-
mnn who was found dead In his mom
at the Vineyard camp, reported to
Coronpr Rose Hint death had resulted
through heart trouble.
This morning nt seven o'clock tho
dead body of Joo Kealnkan was found
In his b d at tho Kaknako stables.
The man was about forty-seven years
of ngo, and hnd been suffering from
pal al) sis for the past three years.
In regard to tho restoration or cer
tain opium to Leong N'lng, tho case
was continued until further order
ot the court. Tho opium is being
used ns evidence In another rnso to
como beforo tho grand Jijiy tor In
vestigation. A gold wnlch was found nt the cor
ner of Miller nnd Klnau streets this
morning, nnd the owner can havo
same by applying to tho Nlppit JIJI
afflcc. Tho matter vvns reported to
the lHillee, who are also looking for
tho owner or the timepiece.
A woman who Is alleged to luvu
been stealing silver spoons trow tho
Union drill, was Interview by Chlof
McDuUlo nnd tunilu to disgorge the t'i-
hie ware. About u dozen spoons In all
wcro misting, mid they have all bocn
recovered now nnd no prosecution will
Manuel (louvcla was arrested this
afternoon, and charged with assault
ing Jim Harrington, who formerly was
well known In fistic clrcl"B here. Har
rington clnlniH that Clnuvcla struck
him when ho was not looking, nnd
thnt ho had no chance (if defending
A FIFTEEN-DAY passage from
Eureka Is credited to tho American
bark Mary Wlnkleman, which was
towed Inside tho harbor this morn
Ing by the Mntsnn tug Intrepid. Tim
vceccl hi lugs a shipment of railway
ties. She has gone to tho rullwa"
wharf to discharge..
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK
Discount on Plumes
Discount onTailored Hats
- j4i,.iiii.,M UkAMHSki
Our New 1'hnno Number Will Ho
Cl'v Tiansfer C
NO PLACE FOR'S
(Continued from Frige 1)
only rend tho rules of the llcpubllcnn
party they would see where they nro
wrong by attempting to defeat somo
or tho candidates of the party, ror nil
must remember every one has nn
to tho convention, lo select tbo mnn
of his choice for an oltlee nnd when
Hint selection is madu no member of
n precinct club has any right to Bay
that he cannot vote tho straight tick
et. It Is tho right of every Hopubll
can to make his light beroro the con
vention, but when the highest trib
unal of tho party renders Its decision
by nominating tbo ticket, thinugh tho
medium of Its delegates, It Is tho duty
of every Republican lo aid tho o'ec
tlon of the ticket us a whole N'o ex
cueo should be accepted that If so and
mi had not been nominated I would
vote tho straight ticket Suc'i talk Is
simply nn excuse to avoid his duty
us a Republican, so as to enablu him
to scratch tho ticket
"I have always maintained In the
past that tho best Interests ot Ha
waii could bo proteclP'l and Its wol
faro promoted through party poli
tics. Of course It should be by tho
Republican part), as tho remrd will
speak for Itself. Nolo the great prog
ress that has beer, untile through the
party. No one can convince mo that t !"" uMKimii nm-i ..h.ivi........
hud tbo polio or those who constant-1 ,0ok "" n thlpmcnl "' "" "" R!r
ly agitato tbo snatch ticket piu- 't Is predicted by tbo local agents
vnllcd. business Interests would have 'inl Wllhelmlnn will leave llono
Buffered, nice reelings would huvol1'"11 "" noxl Wcdntslay morning with
bcon the icstilt and Hawaii's best in-l "Wo ovf,r flv-' thousand tons or this
tercsts nnd Its wcir.irc ruined. Facts product nlonc. In mldltlon to sugir
nnd results accomplished stnnd un-!""' vesoel Is said will enrry consign-,
challenged that the lUpiibllcau party 'lB ,,r pineapples, rice, bananas
ever since Its birth In Hawaii ncl luu j " sundries. The Wllholmlin retiu-iv
stood ror good and clean government ''l f" " "" K'"dn- morning
.i i, i i..,i ,i, ,i., II,.. i hrlnglu ga few passengers. The ves-
lllll lb IIT IVIMMIl LttllSJ IIIIIL 1 IV UI'IV
should rccor.nle and give support to
tliti party tlui) accomplishes results.
"As Illustration of tho lounlry's
host Intel ests having been rnrved and
protected by tbo pnrty, take tho
nmvndments lo tho Organic Act when
tho Governor sought tho help of the
party through Its commltteo nnd lead
ers. Tbo result wo all know. A few
feared tha' in t'lo event of tho special
session of tbo Legislature being
called Tor . int purpose It would not
pass, etc , but the result bus shown
tho party rendonsl Its assistance to
the RcpiiblUan ndnilnljtrntlon nnd tbo
Legislature passed tbo much-needed
amendments and the pcopto rcup tho
"I further contend Hint tbo Kxecu
tlvc nnd the heads or tho Territorial
govornment should co-opernlo moro
with the party thnt has renderod nnd
will ulwu)s support, piovidlng It will
ho In the Interest of tho people. No
one mail In Hawaii should entertain
tho Idea that he will dirnlnuto tho Re
publican party, even II there Is or
will bo an attempt In that direction
today and probably In tho future. Ha
waii Is far ahead nf Its Infancy, ns to
not knowing her rights as nn Amcrl-
can territory, and thcreforo nil Re-1 , of .ia8BCnKers by tho Inler-Island
publicans should bo united to i each i ,,,,,. Mnuna Koa. That vcssol will
.?sali for Hllo via way isirts at ten
It, i '- -'i4vsitf'
(Jns. II l.ovo)
o goal of success In November In
rder that this Territory will bo given
larger powers in local self-government
I "Regarding the Immigration law,
Itlicro should bo u compromlso utfc'cl-
cd, to the extent that n certain por
tion of that fund should lo applied to
AFTER AN extended cruise along
the const of California tbo United
Htntes cruiser Buffalo now operated by
the navy department as a transport
and supply ship has ai lived at Mono
lulu nnd Is inooroJ nt tho naval wharf.
Tho vessel comes hrre from Ban Fran
cisco. She Is expected to remain nt
tbo port until Saturday Tho vessel
Is eurrvlng nearly two hundred re
cruits from Mnie IhIiiuiI training stv
Hon nnd they will lir left at Manila.
The Buffalo has .but recently taken
the divisions of naval mllltln nt San
tn llnrbarn. San Pedro nnd Snn Blego
for n practice crulso at sea. tho mili
tiamen manning tho ship from bridge
to flrcroom. under the iHnctfnn of tho
regulur omccrs. Captain Stone re
ports that the militia made n credit
able tliow lug an I evinced great Inter
est In the work.
The omccrs Irteludo Cnpt. Clarence
M. Stone In command and l.lout. Paul
I). Dungan chlof executive omccr. Tho
other oMlecrs nro Knslgn.B. It. Ware,
Jr. chief engineer; Ensign 11. It.
Smith, officer of tho second division;
Ensign 8. A Clement, omccr of tho
first division; J. M. Mlnter, surgeon;
J. P. Holmn. assistant paymaster; nnd
P. A. Kennoy. chief boatswain.
The Buffalo brought no mainland
mall central)' to tho expectations of
the locil postal authorities.
WHIM: At tho port of Illlu the
sol Is scheduled to sail for San Fran
Cisco nt ten o'clock on Wednesday
Till: llll.ONIAN, n MaUon Navlga
Hon steamer was heard from through
wireless hist evening, leportlng her
position as 2S5 miles off port and en
route from Scultlo. The Hllonlnn
should i each hero this ovcnlng or
early tomoriovv mniiilng with cargo
nmoiintlng to 1800 tons tor Honolulu
and In transit Height amounting to
GOO tons for Kahulul nnd 270 tons for
i:ieele. The llllonlun will tako no
sii';ar from Honolulu, tho bulk of her
return cargo being taken on al nunii
lul. Port AIIeii and Hllo.
Till: STi:AMi:it Klnau met with
some heavy weather In crossing the
channels. Tho vessel was nn arrival
at the port yesterday . In addition lo
a number of Pibln and deck passen
gers the vessel brought the rollowing
lines of general cargo: 2100 lugs K.
K. 11. sugar, MO" hags K. A. sugar
f,r M, T. cases, B0 bags tan), 3!l cases
pears, 18 cases fruit. 8 bags coffee, 8
Ings cocoanuts, 10 bags salt, 2 crates
chickens, 3 kegs pol and 110 pickagos
CONTINUED activity at tho vol
cano Is r sponsible for n largo Inok
o'clock tomorrow morning uinm
number of tourists. Tho vessel will
cniiy a general cargo for Big Island
WITH linit SHIPMENT ot Austra
lian coal, tho British freighter Znm
besl sailed for Bleelo on Saturday
evening after icnmlnlng off tho isirt
of Honolulu Ihroiighout thn day
Sealed TomlcrB will bo leielvcd by
tho Siipeilntcndont ot Public Works
mill i m. of Tliuisdny. August 2f,
1910, for furnishing tho Department
of Public WoiU with 15C0 feot of
12 -In h wooden stavo pipe, without
clips or bands. Bninplo of plpo re-
quired may bo scon nt tho office of
in,. Riiiu.rlntoiidont of Public Works.
Tho Su'perltitondoiit iceerves the
right to I eject any or all Mils
ritpTlntomlout of Public Works.
Honolulu, August lu, 1910
Office Supply Co.,
i Dealers In
QL0BE-WERNI0KE FILING CABI
! NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
0 3 1 FORT S T RE ET '
iiriiiA ifclil'i iiiMtofiir
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAOE EIGHT.
I ARRIVED "? j DEPARTED I
Sunday, Auy. 14
Ktiual purls Klnau. stmr, n. m
Molok.il, Maul and 1-insl ports Mk
Ixdiala, stmr., 2 n. i.i.
Hllo illicct Wllhelnilnn, M. N .S.
S a. in.
Kurckn Mary Wlnkleman, Am, sch.
San Francisco Buffalo, U. S. S., 5
Monday, Aug. IS.
Hawaii ports llelcno, stmr.. n. m.
Snllnn Cruz via San Francisco nnd
Seattle Mexican, A.-H. S. S.( a. in
MONtl Tlin vessels scheduled to
sill tor Island ports lomornrw Is tho
Koim nnd Knit liner Mnuna Uia at
noon, followed by tho steamer Klnnu
ror Kauai poits end llio Mlkahnla for
Maul. Molokul and I. anal ports at live
o'clock In tho evening
Till: UNITi:i) STATKS cruiser Al
bany now nt the port Is expected will
compl te tho work ot Inking on coal
nnd supplies by Wednesday. Tho ves
sel Is on Hie berth to get away ror
Yokohama on or about Thursday. The
Albany will bo followed by tho navy
supply ship and auxiliary cruiser Buf
falo, tho latter vessel procJcdlng to
Ouam nnd Mnnlln,
Till: H1LONIAN of the Malum
lino Ib expected to nrrlvo at Hono
lulu arly tomorrow morning. Tho
vcsicl Is expected to bring a few
passengers, besides n general cargo
from San Francisco nnd Puget
Tlin FRKIOHT list of tho Inter
Island steamer Mlkahaln from Maul,
Molokal nnd iJiuiil l'rls Included the
following Items: .1 horses, 10 pigs, 10
boxos chickens, 10 htrrcls wind, CO
bags potatoes, 2HI packages.
bNi: llllNDRHD passeiigeis hnvc
thus far booked for San Francisco
bv tho Matron Navigation steamer
Wllhelnilnn, s hcduled In sail tor the
Coast nt 10 o'clock on Wednesday
AN ARRIVAL rrotn Hawaii ports
yesterday was the steamer Nllhau
with 1 1 10 bags or sugar, Co brad cat
tle, S ealvc3 and 7 puckagos sundries.
Purser Aldrfch reiwrted good weath
er. SUflAlt AWAITINfl shipment in
Kauai occordlng to Purser Kent ot
tho steamer Klnnu Includes tho rol
lowing rhlpmcnt: 37,801 'bigs M. A.
K.. 1450 K. S. M., 2100 L. 1'.. 2175 II.
Tho necounts III tho gunrdlaiishlti
or II. A. P. Carter wore uppiovcd lo
day and the llaVnlhin Trust Com
pany ills hnrgCd.
MAN FROM COOKS
HERE IN OCTOBER
"Following tho man fiom Cook's"
will bo participated In by n liumbo'
of tourists who will visit Honolulu
on or about October 10 as passengers
by tho Japanese, liner Chl)o Mum.
A tour under tho uiispLci mil
management ot Thos. Cook & Snn
has been arranged to leave San Frnn
clsto on October 4 nnd will return
to tlio Golden (Into city tho Inst day
ot December, according to the pros
pectus received horc.
The party will remain ono dny a
Honolulu before proceeding tn Japan.
China and tho Philippines.
An extended slop will he mndo In
Japan, nnd tho party Is duo to call
hoio fin tho leturu voyage of tlio Pa
1 1 lie Mall liner Mongolia on Decern
Hard coughs are bad enough j to
be sure. But It's often the lit
tle, hacking, tickling, persistent
cough that means the most,
especially when there is a his
tory of weak lungs In the family.
What should be done? Ask your
doctor. He knows. Ask Iiim
about the formula on the label
of every bottle of Aycr's Cherry
Pectoral. Ask him if this med
icine has his full approval for
throat and lung troubles. Then
do as he says.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
fitivtlty Or, I. C cr t. Co.. I,I, Mm., u, 8. A.
X J at . .
t'-ffiirTiitirssAit.i.-iTtrttMrwiilt.ii, -, ',! "
Rtinrfav. Ann 14.
Manila vln Ouam Sheridan. IT. 8.
A. T, 9a m.
I PA8SENQERS ARRIVED
Per stmr. Mlkahaln, from Molokal
ports, Aug.. II. William White, Mrs.
O. Tall, A. M. Mclvar. Mrs, J)wrev,
Mr. Cnslle, Mr. Lucas, U Blnclnlr. A.
C Kennedy. F. V. King, T. II. Uroen
field. W. V Uiw, J. WntcrhOuso, fl.
Kelllnol. Mrs. M. 1. Kilns. Julia Rob
crt. Harold and Allen Lewis.
Per stmr. Klnau, from Kauai, Aug.
II R. hers. Miss B, Knpkc, Mrs. W.
8to.llnit. Mrs. A. K Jones, Helen
Jones, Margaret Jones, Catherine;
Jonc.i, Mrs. Novvton, Mrs. Camera,
Miss L. Smith, Paul do Brctlovllle,
Miss de Brettevllle, Miss Jlorner, Miss
L Hills, Miss L. Kills, K, F. Fornnn
dcz. Mrs. Fernandez, Mr. Knulniilanl,
Mrs. lona, Miss lonn, Master lonn.
Miss lona. Mrs. Pnlau. Miss Patau,
Mrs. Kapuntal. Mnster Knpunlnl, Mlw
Knpunlnl, Mr. Ciinunlngs, Mr Kllimrt,
Mniy Jo-, Master Kauliiwann. Miss It.
Bheldou, Miss O. Sheldon, Mr. Hod
gins. Mrs. Akal. Miss Akal. L. W.
Kuilili ! : Mill. fl. Wlldhncen. C.
S. Dole, Soo Wo, Ileo KwocK, lioo
Hong, Master Leo Wo, Wong Wing.
Mnster S. Knlawe, Master I- Knlawe,
.Miss Yokashlma, Miss Tnsaka, C. (J.
Aiiiterroii. Dan l.vons. Mrs. Lyons. Jlr.
Romnlnc and twenty-flvo deck.
l'ei- stmr. Klnnu. for Knuat ports.
Aug. 10 Miss Shnw, Mrs. Chnmber
lain. Mrs. E. B. Brldgnwatcr. Miss F.
K. Munson. Miss J. T. Mclntyre, Miss
Kopke, Miss Kimball, Anna M. itciu,
Per stmr. Mnuna l.oa. for Kona and
Kail imrts, Aug. 10. Hong Chnck,
Mrs It. Hcnsenwny. J. A. Vlcrrn, Jno.
nimiiir. Thos. II. llnne. Mrs. E. Con-
nnt Mrs. J Cnmpslc. II. S. flrny, S.
N. I lane.
Vev stmr Mnuna Ken. for Hllo and
way ports, Aug. 10. B. Lango. Mrs.
F. M. Wakellcld, 'Mrs. C. II. Chand
ler, Miss Tucker, Mrs. Tucker, Mlsa
An,inrnii Mina I. Pnmomii Mrs. An
derson, 11. W. Anderson, Alox. Ander
son, 7.. K. Sleyers, Mrs, Meyers, J.
Anderson, II. J. Lyman, Mrs. Lyman,
W. Duke, Mrs. Duke, Miss 1. Borden,
Mrs. W. L. Hose. MIb3 Allco Curvnl
ho. Miss A. Hopcr. Jos. Cyprlano. E.
M. Ehrhnrn. J. O. Young. Miss J. Mc
intosh, Miss II. I.. Hilton, Dr. Hitch
cock. E. Wood. W. McCluskoy, Mian
Itlco, Miss AIIcq Rice, It. 1. Llllln,
A. E. Murphy. Miss E. II. Nichols,
Martin Orune, Ituymond C. Ilrown.
N FOBEIQN PORTi
Monday, August 15.
San Francisco Arrived, Aug. 1,
bkt. Hawaii, from Mnlmkona.
Yokohama Arrived, Aug. 13. 3. S.
Asia, henco Aug. 2.
Port flnmble Arrived, Aug, l'.
hk. Albert, from Hllo July 21.
(invlota Sailed, Aug. II, sp. Ma
rlon Chllcott, for Honolulu.
WIRELESS messages from steam
crB now approaching or leaving tho
IHiit and received Inst evening Includ
ed thn following:
8, H. Dlx, outbound, 8 p. m., August
II. (.20 miles from Honolulu
H. S, Mongolia, inbound, 8 . in .
August 14. 1380 miles from Honolulu
S. S. Zealandla, Inbound, 8 p. in ,
August 14,-555 miles, will urrlve
6-BULLETIN ADS PAY
100 PER CENT BETTER CIGAR
VALUE FOR YOU.
Were we to mnko our clgara
lu Cuba, we'd havo to doublo tho
present prices to moot Ilia duty.
So wo havo part of our nstnh
llshment In Cuba and part , In
Tumpa. whoro Cuba's climato
Our experts, on tho ground,
get tho pick of tho choicest Ha
vana loaves grown.
These wo mellow Into raro
Hiomallu flavor on nntlvu boll
lu our own warehouses.
Then, In Tumpa, the final
touch of Havana perfection is
given In tho doft handiwork of
sklllod Cuban cigar-makers.
Thus wo loso nothing of tho
lmpnrtod's porfcctlons, while
wo save tho Import duty
And this saving goeH Into llio
clgir goes to tho SMOKER In
stead of tho govornment n pjln
clpln tn which Is duo the supeib
quality, tho unrivalled values of
In 27 Different Shapes One for
Every Taste 3for-25c ta
AT YOUR DEALERS
M. A. Gunet & Co. "The House