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Oceanic Third Degree.
' Hawaiian FIrt Degree.
-til TtaHtrid -)mucr of in
irder are c m.' nvlted lo
.'ti ninffiMir ,f 'run' lodge-
teel on ije
2nd and 4t'i
ttiK. P. HaU
'.30 P M.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meelt every Monday evening at
1.30 In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. II. HENDIIY, Secretary.
H. E. McCOY, Noble jQrand.
ah visiting brother! very cordially
OAHU LOPQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets rry fltat and third Frl
my ovenln at 7:30 In K. of F. Hall,
miner Fort and Ileretanla. Visiting
Totliorn cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONES, C. C.
O. F HEINE, K. n. a
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. S. M.
Meew everj' drat and third Thura
lays of each month al Knights of
Pythias loll visiting brothers cor
llll JnWtcp. u .utend
' A. I, PUilN. 8acuup-
E. V. l'OUu. C ol R
DOHOLULU AEME 140. F"or, El
Meets uu the 2nd Vucl Mb WED
NESDAY evenings of tVicti month al
1:30 o'clock In K or P. ilall, nvA
Ueretaula and Tort streets
Visiting Earim are Hivlttil i il
u K11.LI, V. P.
1VM C McCOY, Sec. "
HONOLULU LODGE 616. B. P. 0. E.
" Honolulu Lodge No. 618, D. P.Tjrl
Clkj, meet In their hall, on Kin
(Street, near Fort, every Friday even-
"lig; Visiting Orotbars are cordially
invited to attend.
JA3 D DOUOHEUTY, E. IL
QEO T, KLUEQEL, Sec -
WM. MoKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets Met) 2nd and 4th Saturday
.nlug at t 30 unlock In K. of F
Hill, cor l'o i Hud Ueretanla. Vlslt
li'g brotbeis . riMally Invited to at
H A. TAYiuh. C 0
E. A. JACOitsON' K II B
It tniieli liHli. rx bin.
See" our large stock of JAP
ANESE and CHINESE MAT
TING and CHINESE MAT
TING BUGS both twisted
'Coloring! and Patterns that
will harmonize with your
walls and furniture.
Lewers & CooRe,
177' South King Street
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKES AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 179 Niehr Call 10M
ASSESSMENT NO 12
Honolulu Branch ot the Harrison
'" Mutual Association
Has been called and Is DUE JUNK
U'ana UEUNUUENT on JULY 15.
SHOWS HOW 01
How Man" people )la hc Hero II
SManla, Alike i Emma, Union H
:t sttT-'-t coiner In nn avfrago tiny' It
It Make our o tlnnte linforo yoit !
tt road the remain lo, of this story ti
i: Yoii ma) ho ruip-Ued or ou tt
It mny not, lint u flioft (lino ngo tt
tt the msinscrs or Hip gas com- tt
!t pany Iml n cpunl nndp of Ihc ti
;. trade rr that section of tlio city, II
tt and tlu ic.iiU was rather surprls- tt
tt lug n mnny people who thought tl
tt the) Mien tt
I tl The count was mado by a man II
I who pstiul.ihpl litiiirclf nt tin tt
I cjnii'i- vheie Ihc gas coinpinv's tt
' Hitlers :i . upw bc'tit put In tt
! elm; o t
Ho eounto.l every pcri-on who tt
:.' tiafsol tlip corner on foot, Roltur tt
'( in anv dlr.etlon He iiIho liifltlil- tt
I tt Pd tlio )coplo In autoirolilles. etr- II
1 1! Hiikch ami wacons, llut he did tt
tt not attempt to estimate or In- tt
it clulo the people pnnhiK on the tt
tt street ears and who d'd n I .illKht tt
tt nt that polnl tt
tt Thin in.iti toik a das when thf tt
tt tracl would tint be iiuuuuMitcil tt
ti by an ii'iiHiiiI happenings An-tt
tt kusI 2 was the il.ilo. The 1 1 til o It
ii was from 7 o'clock In the morn tt
tt Inc. to 7 al iilr.li! tt
tt The total was fourtrpn thousand tl
tt four hundred nil 1 tw lit nine tl
tt 14.120. tt
tt You wouldn't Ihlnk It. but It Is tt
tt io tt
tt This Is one nT the lue' 1'tils that tt
tt shows Jim- tin- clt Is r. nvltiR. tt
tt t! tt U tl tt tt tt I! tt tt It It t! It tt tt tt
HILO, Hawaii, Auj. IS Deputy
County Attorney Hcen returned last
week from n Isit to Hamakua dis
trict, .wliero ho looked Into tlio details
of tho two murder cases which linvcr
their origin In that district. Ho leant
cd. Bomo rnther Inlpirsllng fuels-In
cohlieollon with tho mutdor committed
by Hllarla, the Filipino, at 1'aatillu
Hllnrla, It will bo remembered, wna
convicted of mtinlcrliiK one Joso Ta
ralbo, while n nollo prosequi was en
tered In the second else, that In which
ho was charged with Inning murdered
his wile, though this case, wll, ac
cording to tho County Attorney, bo
brought again before the (Iraiul Jury
nt tho next term ol lourt
Joso Turalbo was, so Hcen learned,
tho son of ii noll-to-do tleo planter
In tho Philippines. He an of a class
superior to that of tlio general run
of laborers brought hero final Manila,
but he cntnd with tlio roit patlly from
a loro of ud dilute, and also becauso
he believed that ho would Ic ublo to
secure' a good position and would
have tho opportunity to attend col
lego here at the samo time When
ho came here ho did not llnd condi
tions as ho had oxpcclcd, but be did
not liavo lo work In tho Hold noicr
theless, tho Filipinos on the arIous
plantations contributing to his sup
port and employing him ;u n Mirt of
walking delegate who kept the diner
ont camps Informed about each oth
er. Fascua, tho "woman who w.i3 killed,
appears to haio been" llio wlfo of a
man who was working for Taral
bo's father. She had eloped with
Hllarlo and enmo Avlth him to tho Isl
ands. When Turalbo camo lo I'a
nullo, where I'ascusa was living, he
found In tlio old woman an old friend.
She confided in him that Hllarlo
did not treat her well, and, according
to the Information secured by Hcen,
T.iralba adUsed her to lomo him, and
this led to the row which ended In
tho death of both 1'ascu.i iitul Tural
bo In the M-ionil murder ease, that In
which a Flllplrn named Miranda was
shot bct.vccn Kukiilhaolo nnil llono
kaa, Hecn found tluil n uomiiu was
also a' tlio botiom of tho trouble As
far as ho could learn Miranda bad u
friend at I'aauhaii tn whoso wlfo tho
Filipino who Is charged with tho mur
der was pitying liU attentions Ml
tahda warned the husband against the
loor, and an n conucqueneo ho waa
COLLEGE HILLS SALE
Lot 7 at t'ollego Hills with nn men
of ten thou mud bqiutni f ol was sold
nt unction this noon tor S2.000. l.m $
of UOOO.Equaio fcot urea was din
i) ited of at tho oaine salu at $3,000.
Tho purchaser ?a the R tl. Wilder
Lf.'ale that bought In tlio property
under foi "closure of moitgago.
Manuel O. Rlmoos aged 13 years
was found dead In bed this morning
by his -wife's slrto. Tho man loshlul
let Kdulolaul tract, Kallhl, and was
not known to sutfor from tho heart ills-
'cast from which ho dlctl,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, $4 per hour. Lewis Stables
Arctic Soda Water Is tho best In a
high ball. Phone 6G7
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Rest at The Encore
Olio thousand tpletidld books, fiBe.
Hrown and I.nn Co. Until wo move
Jas P Howe, formerly with the
llullot in, Is now on the slnff t,t
tho New Yoik Journal.
Up till noon today B80 automobiles
and 76 motorecles had been icgla.
teiod at tho pillce station.
t'heong l.oi Indicted on two charges
of riiluh plead il not guilty In tho
crlmlml court this moinlug.
Sheriff Sam I'u.i, of Hllo, Is In town
for u few days, and ho will be i dinn
ing to the h'R island tomorrow.
For illstllli-il water. Hue's Root
Beer and all other popular drinks
Ring up phono 71. Consolidated Sod.i
This will be a gliirlous week to
spend at il.ilclwa. There Is good
bathing mid flthlng and thu li?ct gilf
link's on the Island
Hen Kaliiim pint Jed not guilty to
the clurge In the first degree heror''
Judge Cooper this morning. The date
for bis tna lus not been not
Clitll'r Pate win g'vi'.i ten dajs nt
Asch's retreit today for wife he-illng;
hp will nbo'liaio to piy the costs of
court lu coniipcllon with the caso.
AttoiDiv (leneral l.lnda. Jr., will
give a course of lectures to the stu
dents -,f the V. M. ('. A. They wl'l
commence abiul the middle of Octo
ber. Ru yiur m'ats whe-o )ou know
you get the hert. Undo S nn luis at
tho Metropolitan .Market, wliy not you
The quality la un Uspulcd Telephone
IS, King near liolhcl
Former llonolulan Goes
To Sydney Next
Mon Mlkl Salto, foimer Jatan"80
Consul General In Hawaii, lias been
appointed Contul General lit Sjdncy,
Australia. Ho will leaver for his post
lomo time next month. Toklchl Ta
naka, who was Hlcvo Cotsul for Ha
w:all undrr Mr. Salto, will succeed him
as chief or tlio Immigration and statis
tic bureau, under tho Department ol
Plhce his return to Japan' a fow
years ago, Sallo has been attached to
the Foreign Olllc? as chief of tho bu
reau of Immigration und statistics.
HIb personal knowlcdgo of tho Immi
gration affairs fitted him for thu oltlco
which ho held until ho was elovatod
to bo Consul flenTal In Sj'dnc).
Shprtly after his appointment as
Consul (leneral In Sjdncy, Salto wrolo
a letter to one of his Intimate friends
Councillor Charles 1 Halley, n
member of tho York Corporation of
niilldhall, York, England, Is u lsltor
nt Honolulu today
Ills mission Is tho gathering of data
pertaining to the administration of
governmental nffnlrti both by tho ter
ritorial us well as the city and county.
During his stay, Mr. Ilnlloy called
ifpon (Jnornor Fiear, the heads of
territorial departments, and was also
an Interested caller at tho Depatt
meiit ot Health.
Mayor Joseph .1. Fern was of much
assistance to Mr IJallcy In Ills search
for Infortnnlloii concerning tho opera
tion of municipal machinery
Councillor Ilalley haa mado nn ex
tended tour of tho United States vis
iting nil tho important, centers on the
mainland Ho is n passenger by tho
Japanese steamer Tcnyn Maru, and Is
proceeding lo Japan, China, the Phil
ippines and India lie will return
homo by tho way ot Europe
WASEDAS TO BE DINED
BY OAHU LEAGUE
This evening al 0 '',0 o'clocl' t i Wn
teda baseball team .Oil be cult tlnct
nt the Notley Hall mid a lino lu ill will
bo glcu b) tho Oaliu l,e,igue. All tho
members of tlio league will lio on
band, and the lapn'.iese Msltois will
get a great nrml-nff.
Captain Itiimsuv it iiImi outer'nin-
Ing tlio Wascda nt his home this af
ternoon, und a big rtowril is otpcteil
to uttond. Tlio c.iptaiii t il.ea u great
Interest in baseball, and be l always
to pe eoen at the A'hlrtlc Park on
8undas. The Marines aro his pet ag
gregation and come ol Hum will be
on hand to seo that tin WnneiM hao
u good time today.
Yes, Cordelia, It Is proper to conn
ii game suppor alter n catd party.
A magnet draws steel; n magnate
Ulrnws checJ:3i-rUustoii Transcript,
rtONOUTLfJ, T II. MON'DAY, AUG
Our Now Phono
Clly 'flimsier Co.
Inspects Waialua Mill
And Visits Oilier
His Hxcel'cnr llaron IC. Oitra,
Mlulitor cf Agrletiltiiio and Com-
tiierco of Jiip'aii, l an admlier of Hmcison McKlai. who has Just so
vegetation In It wild and Imprest- cured n illvor o from, Dr. McKIm, a
ho beauty. Te l an expert ngrl-, medical man of great prominence In
citlliitlct aiid fotiil of planting treei tho KaRlcrti States, will not sorvo as
n ml tilling tho mil. tumclent allurement to turn her
As rron us the Tcii'-o Maru, on
which ho tin licit this morning from
Urn Ktiiipx. nn miitr in .tniinti. ilrett
icd at tho Alake.i wharf, tho llaron,1
I .. -u......t.....l...t I.. .....u..l fl...n...,l III a.
ncomputiled In Consul (leneral UJo-
no and party, unnoted u-.vay to Wal
nltiii tu liit-po i (be vuut sugar on-
late there au.l the crliidlni: of the
Ills Excelled was met ntr nort
ny CritFill Grnctal lUeno
nil Crucial Ihcnn unit Si.nn..!,r Is two ronlliicnts wcro revealed.
tarle SugtiMoto i Ho or tho con
btilntp, Alanagcr nlctil i of tho Yoko
hama Specie Hank7, and W. Motn
rhlge, pretldent of (ho Jap.iiicsro Alcr-chant-,'
Outside of tho members ot Con
nil (icnenil Iljenos n.irli. leiiresen
tntlvcs of thy 11 u I I o 1 1 u and ll.i-
wall Shlnpo wcro granteUntcnlows
by tho Count. Tho Confciil-Cener.il i
l.trodurcil the kuinuitlnn lo tho ills-
tliigulshi'il glict. In a i hurt Inter-
view with the repiorentatlves of tlio
piers, the Count said that ho had
an excellent time throughout his
vlfll In Emopo and lu tho United
"1 have iceii many thligs of In.
tcrert while abroad, und 1 will bo
rcttrty to env Kimcthlng about Ha
waii arter I hao had a look loJay,"
ho cald. The Count was most eour
tcoi: In gicellng tho nowspaper
men. All thiough his lslt lu Hu
rcpe, ami particular!) In London,
whero ho was present nt tho Japan
cm) EngllHh Exhibition, lie was ac
companied by Tokularo Sakal, pri
vate Eccietary In tho Alluhtcr of
Foreign Affairs. When Count Our.i
left Japan, Air, S.tknl was Imttuct-
cd to accompany tho Count ns hlHiMiculd have a chance to net on this
lltlll rt- 11-1,11) Hllll tllll lill IIHUI I
prcter. Air. Hiiknl 'J a thorough
rclmlnr In English.
In rpp-iMng cf Hie Count's traels
thioiighniit Europu and tho l'nllc-l,
States, lio Hated that ho (Hie Count )
had been shown every cturlesy due
his ofllcl.il i .'ink by tho olllclals of
thoEO two govornnicnts.
Today Count Oura, nccompanled
by hla rulte, la lulling Waialua,
wlicre Al.inager W. W. Gocdalo Is
allowing him tho grinding operations
lu lliii mill. At noon thn party dined
nt tho Ifalelwu Hotel. In the aftir
ihoii I'm party tailed oilier pnlntB
rf luterffl, which will end with a
rceptloii mid dinner at the oniclal
ritilditieo of Cnnriil General I'jono,
en Nuil'inii Ptieet, lonlglit.
Estimated $10001 Monthly
Revenue of Ililo
The granting of a llceiiEc to tho
Hllo Rnllroad Company for the build
ing of n wharf at Hllo, or to any
other iouip'iny lo build n piivato
whutf at anj poit of the Territory,
Is considered In many quaiters to
bo oxti Mnely lll-ailvtsed, In view of
thu fact that tho r.eginlature meets
within sitoh n short time.
It U hold that tlio legislative body
Numbor Will He
(Jns. II I.ovo)
BELLS FOR ME
Divorced Wife of a Balti-
Tho Jingling of wedding bells
wltli'n the hearing of Mrs. Margaret
ii'ldn from her aoived Intention of
'pro' ceding to Japan for nn extended j
'trio, nftpr her triliiir ordeal, tho re-1
port or which has oecttp'ed co'umns
nt lin((,ii-i,n. uiilnn tvltllln ll.n tlltl!
cf tiowopapcr spaco within the past
Mrs McKIm, acco'iipanlcd by tho
llai oners do Chnboulon, Is a patscn
gor by tho Tcnyo Maru, now at tho
pert lleforo departing fiom San
FraiK'lPco. 11 was rumored that tho
dlvor co wrfB about lo remarry. Ro
foro going tn Reno Mrs. McKIm
inri'iilnlnod run nf tho finest apart
ments In the r.iHlilon-ibln Plnza Hotel
In N'ew York, owned n country homo
at Irving on the-Hudroii, had a villa
at Newport, hid an crean-golng, bales of wool 55 bags of potatoes
y.. lit. and had .... estate or 7000 1 2"' n-lles of hides and aboul 20
acre- lu South Carolina. She Bl1, smaller articles. Purser John trench
It In unJerftifxI. bar them all. ex- reported flno wc.ithcr.
cepl tho I'l.ui Hotel npartnients, I ..... , .
which wc.o glvoi. up when she camo , BRINGING seven packages of sun
... . " ' .dries the Inlcr-lsland steamer Noeau
,, '. ,,,.,. . , . ,;,. i,i I has arrived from Kauai rorts and lids
MrK McKIm looked remarkably , . .. .,,, . ... nn
well. In sp'te of tho trl.tg onlc.il.
VUarlous of manner, graceful of fig
,f nH..r.l nf lf-
lire, charmingly gowned, and with a
i.lnlnrn lint Hint Imikntt' nu Ihnilirll
........... .... .-,
It might hnvn been palntod there, all
mo qu.iiuies wn.ru unci mane uer j
brlllhnlly sueepssfuran a social lead
I iltall not wed on my trip to tho
Orient." said Mrr, AIcKlin. "I Bhall
rtlll be Alrr. M'KIm when I return."
Ah to her plans for tho future,
after the return from Japan, Airs.
McKIm had nothing to biy. Wheth
er rho would go tibiii.nl. or wduld
tnl.o up her resldenco at Nowpor'l
until tho fall, and then go to rscwr
York, alio intimated sno linn not jci
Sho ndmltlcd. how
'eier alio might dcto
wcver, that, what-
rmlno upon, sho
will net be without n homo, even If THE STEAAIER W. G. Hall sailed
sho Is for tho tlmo being without n'for Kauul last evening on a special
It In dovllah nnnoyliig to Nat Good
wl'l that cery tlmo ho wants to get
'tiarrlrd ho must first go and get n
dhorce Ilochcsler Herald.
A man foots nn 111 at ease In a dry
goods store ;n it woman docs In n
Occasionally wo meet a man whof.0
train of thought reminds us of a row
of Hat cars
It Isn't difficult for n man tn see bin
nihility In n woman with uu obese
t: tt tt it it it tt it tt tt tt tt :: tt tt tt ti
IllipUriiUll Illll'MlWII IJI'IUIU till) II-
cenrn Is granted, especially as It' Is
trnt.liloio.1 that the In-omo from
inch a wharf would pn n handsome
return on the Investment.
In ivmn iiuartciu II Is said that
Hip Itiro.no from thu Hllo wharf
would amount to $1000 monthly, but
Superintendent Campbell thlnka It
would hardly reach this amount tho
"Tho Inroino from Hllo wharf
with n dockage and wharfage charge
of live emits a ton might amount
to $1000 a month If tho gnvornment
built an I operated tho wharf, ' said
Si eilutendeiit of Public Works
Campbell lu response to a question
"That amount, however, would
pay but llttlo mnro than tho Inter
est on' tho Investment und would
piovldo nothing for upkeep or retir
ing of bonds which would bo Usucd
to coi.ei the cost of construction,'
"Hco In Honolulu thoro Is In
vested about $1,000,000 111 wharves',
and the total In omo derived fiom
then MM3 the Interest on tho In
e inriit and tho upkeep. It pro
vides nothing at all for retiring
bonds," ho said. "'
"I can't say positively that tlio
amount of freight handled over the
proposed wharf at Hllo would bring
lu a levenuo of $100(1 a month;
there aro no specific figureii avail
able at present. Tho Incpmo might
amount to the figure iduted," con I
eluded Campbell, "but only for tho
tugni- shipping months." I
Tho now draft of tho llccnso Is1 it wns a dull session of tho Stock
being considered by Thurtton and (Exchange this morning Ton sharps
Walter nllljiighnm cf the Hllo Hall- of Urowtry at 21.75 was tho only pes
toad Company today, anil It Is lko.slou sale. Iletwcon Hoards twenty'
ly that tho llconso Will bo Binned shares of Hawaiian Acrleultnrnl wern
, shortly. WljaHonjinfWSiand, n. WpffmypwcltotfrfWiof4Stapl.,Mn1'
T ' Dhareu of Qahn ut, 00.37ii, ' Diatrlhutors,
i' . .
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAGE FOURTEEN.
( ARRIVED , i DEPARTED
Sunday, Aug. 21,
Hongkong la Japan porlo Nippon
Maru, Jap. slmr., 12 noon.
Urays Harbnr Falls of Clyde, Am.
sp, p, m.
Maul, Mnlokal and I.anal Qits Ml
kahata, Btmr., a, in.
Monday, Aug, 22.
Han Francisco Tcnyo Maru, Jap.
slmr., 8a. m.
Hawaii ports Helcne, stmr., a. m.
Per T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Maru for
San Francisco Hr. II. C. King, Miss
.Jennie Mcintosh, Fcllz Mcsqulch and
Per T. K. IC, S. 8. Tcnyo Maru for
Japan ports and Hongkong. Aug. 23.
L. Oetz, Mrs, U Oetr, H, Mcaklrt, 8.
II. Warren, Mrs. 8. II. Warren, Mas
ter 8. Warren, Miss I Warren,
t WATERFRONT NOTES
bours In sailing from San Francisco!
A 1... 13 ( .. ...I .... Il.n !....! nnHd .
peel tho old reliable ferry boat at
Honolulu bright and early on Friday
morning. There Is no reason wliy the
Sierra can not mako up this small
nniount of lime during her five days
THE FREIOHT list nf the steamer
Mlknhala arriving from Maul. Molokal
and l'.anal ports ycBtcrday Include.l
tho following Items: 51 hogs, 2 head
of cattle, 28 calves, 251 casks of honey,
I,,,,,,' , ,. nnrilon ,-,,., nt
five o'clock this ovenlng.
THK AMEHICAN schooner Holeno
has arrived at Ihc port with a ship
ment "of lumber consigned to Allen &
Robinson. Tho vessel camo down
f I om tho Northwest in fourteen days.
A SHIPMENT of 17,000 barrels of
oil and .100 drums of gasoline has been
receded at tho port by' tho American
ship Falls of Clydo that' has arrlvcJ
THE ARRIVAL of tho American-
Hawaiian frclgHler Arizonan nt Salln.i
Ciuz Is' reported. Tho vessel carried
u shipment of sugar from various 1st
ttlp earning a number or tnoso'wno
nttended the polo games at Monnalua.
IN FOREION PORT
llnmtl- AllffllRt 9f
Hllo Arrived, Aug. 22. S. 8. En
tcriirco. from San Francisco.
llonolpu Sailed. Aug, 20, Bchr.
Muriel, for San I'rnnclsco.
Saturday, Aug. 20, 1910.
IllKi Sallcil. Aug. 17, schr. C. 8.
Holmes, for Itcdondo.
Hllo Arrlvod, Aug. 1G, bktn. Hone-
In, from. Aberdeen.
Snllna Cruz Sailed, Aug. 17, S.
S. Alaskan, for San Francisco.
Sallnu Cruz Anlvcd, Aug. 19, 8.
8, Arizonan, from JIllo Aug, 4.
San Francls-o Sailed, Aug. 20,
P. Al. S. 8. Slorra, for Honolulu.
Friday, Aug. 19.
SEATTLE Sailed Aug, 18: 8. 8. Alls-
Miiirlan, for Honolulu.
Thursday, Aug. 18.
Hllo Sailed, Aug. 10, S. S. Vir
ginian, for Sallna Cruz.
Wednesday. August 17, 1910.
S.in Frnnclsco Arrived, Aufc. 7, 1
n. in.. S. 8. Lurllno, hbneo Aug, 9.
San Francisco Sailed, Aug. 17, 8.
8. Santa Rita, for Honolulu.
Tuesday, Aug. 16.
COOS IJAY Arrlvod Aug. 14: Schr
Omega, henco July 20.
8AN FHANCIBCO Arrived G a. in.,
Aug. 1G: 8". 8. Sierra, henco Aug. 10,
SAN FRANCISCO Sallod 2 p. m
Aug. 1G: S, S, Tcnyo Alnru, for Ho
HILO Airlvcd Aug. 15: Ilktno. lrm
gard. from Port Ludlow,
KAANAPALI-Sallod Aug. 15: S. 8.
Rosecrans, for Gavlota.
Monday, August 15.
Sail Frauclsco Arrived, Aug. 1,
hkt. Hawaii, from Alahukona,
Yokohama Arrived, Aug, 13, S, 0.
Asia, henco Aug, 2.
Port (Jumble Arrived, Aug. 15.
Iik. Albort, from Hllo July 24.
Gavlota Sailed, Aug, 14, sp. Ala
rlon Chllcott, for Honolulu,
SESSION IS DULL
ON STOCK EXCHANGE
NOTWITHSTANDING the Oceanic1 ""ndlcss. Mrs. R. IX, Chandlcss, Jtcv,
oioimuMn i.,frn nnu ,i,,liv,.,i iiimol'''- ". Dels, Mrs. F. O. Dels. V. lloil
Sunday. Aua. 21.
Ban Francisco Nippon Maru, -.Jap.
stmr., 3 p. nf.
Per T. K. It B. 8.. Tcnyo Jlaru from
San Francisco For Honolulu: L. M.
Sedgwick. F.t P. huchanan, Frc'd M.
Schulti, Mrs. Schullz, For Yokohama:
Miss M. Alsawa, E. Harnby. Chaa.
Henlamln, Mrs. Chas. nenjamln, A. F.
Illaum, Wm. E, Carlln, Mrs. Wm, K.
Carlln, Ilaroncss do Chauboulon, Mrs.'
L. Ouggenhlme, T. Horl, Mrs, Janir
F, Keeney, Perry II. Kconey, Mrs. E.
McKIm and maid, Miss E. S. Muller,
Ilaion K. Oura, T. Sakal. Mm. R.
Schwsltzer. L., M. Sedgwick, MIsh E.
Sharpless, IC, Takaku, F. M. Teener.
Oco. 8. Tracy, Mrs. Oco. S. Tracy.
It. W. Turner. Perclval Von Klrsch-
ton. For Kobof Rev. It Ibuka, D.n,
Miss M. Nakagawa. For Shanghai:
Mrs. A. II. Allen, A. Alllron. Mrs. A.
Allison, C. B, Dollar, Mrs. C. E, Ho
kay, Miss I.. R. Ilrolherton, R. II.
Chandlcss. Mrs. R. If. Chandlcss, Jtcv.
'r''k nrsfy, Chas. Ij. 'Ficcr, Miss
1 1 IlQTt C GmCff. A. 11. llni-Pr M TS M
',n''voy. Miss Mario T. HaBcnpflug.
Tri!c' R' Policy,, Mrs. Tracy R. Kcllcy
""' l"f"t. Rov. R. M. Matcer, Mrs.
" M- Mlccr. Chas. C. Mbrwln, Mrs.
cll"lB' P- Mcrwln. Dr. Caroline 8. Mcr-
"in, nev. j, a. miner, Mrs. J. A. Mil
ler, Mnslcr Jamlo Miller, Master Zo
nos Miller, Master Ralph Miller, Mas
ter Pfirldr Miller, Master Paul Miller.
O. Mollcr Mrs. O. Mollcr and servant.
Ilcv. II. 8. Myers, Mrs. II. 8. 'Myers,
II. Ollcrdesscn, Mrs. II. Oltcrdcsscn,
Miss M. Ollcrdcsscn, Miss M; Ollcr-
detven. C. Al. Sutllff. Mrs. B. M. Silt-
lift. S. D. Tactklan, O. E. Tucker, Mr3.
0, Ii, Tucker, Miss U Wlilto. For
Hongkong: Miss Grace B. Rarnoburg,
1 P Huchanan, Rev. A. J. FJshcr,
Mis. A. J. Usher, Jlnstcr John Elliott
Fisher, F. II. .Fry., Mrs. F. U, Fry
unit maid, AIlss Mabel Gllson, Mrs, V,
Ool lschmldt, U, Guggcnhlmo, Rev.
vm. Hnrrls, Mrs. Wm. Harris, AIIsh
Christina Hnrrls, Herbert H. Haro, II.
R. Ho'sch, AIlss Harriot Howell', Dr.
Geo, II, Jcnks, Mrs, Geo, II. Jenks,
Dr,i Clarcnco J, King, A.Irs. A, W.'Mar
shall. Master Waro Marshall, Gl'cnn
Miller. Mrs. Glenn. Miller, U- J. Mor
ton, Mrs. II. , J Morton. Mrn. II. M.
Payno, Ray Pcoptb's. Qimn ' Doon; C.
G, Sampson, Fred M.- SchYiltz) Mrs.
Fred Al. Schultz, AIlss Alay Secrlst,
8, II. S.tcrn, Airs, S. R". Stem, Dr. An
drew Tlmbcrm'an, Mrs. J. S. Van Du
ten and mald,,F Vollbiccht and wife,
J, 8. Vosburg, Mrs. J, 8. Voaburg.
Per T. K. K. 8. B. NIpiKin Maru
from Hongkong via .Tniran ports- For
Hnnn'ulu: F. Du Rols, Mrs, Du-Dols,
8. Kaneko, Al, Kaw;ahara, L. 8. Levy,
T. Atafsumara. Tli'r'oughi Alts. R,
Chambers, Sir W. Hllllcr. Ijidy W.
llllllcr. Airs. At1. Janney, Alius C. John
son. Dr. A. Kemp. C. Alacglnnls,- W.
Aland. Mrs. Al. Pcrrlns, Rlchardso,
AIlss Annie S. Ruzzoll, AIlss Al, Clark,
AIlss Alary Goodrcll. Dr. G. W.Halo.
Airs, G. W. Hale, Airs. Alfred II. Alal
lory, Airs, Mary Alcnd'enhalll N. Okabe.
Airs. N. Vernon, Dr. II. A. Walker,
Mrs. II'. A. Walker. IC. Yoshlkawa.
Ter stmr. Mlkahala, from Alolokal,
Atiguit 21. T, Odo, Alr.( Drown, Airs.
Day, Airs. Hoist. Alnstcr Day, AIlss
Plorco. Airs. A. Q. Anderson, C, Day.
Airs. Alolno, tho Alfssos Knne, Airs.
J'aular and two children, Airs. E. K.
Tancnnl. U. Uwai, Ellzaboth' I'oepo?.
J. D. AlcVclgb, Alias Akin, Alastor
Mutch. . t
sjQp"For Rent" cards on tale at
thn bulletin office.
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wo employ tho most skilled Cu
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Thus, by making our cigar in
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which equals' tho cost and doubles
tho price 'of every Cuban-made
clgir. f . ,
VAN D YCK
No finer flavored or more luxu
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aro sold at Uoublo tho price.
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