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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. SATURDAY, AVO. 27, 1910.
Oceanic Third Pegrrp.
SATURDAV First I)pgrep.
All flatting members of inr
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
mitt A Art.
KNEFICIAL ASSn?IATIOH. ciations cor-
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1, d. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
17:30 In I 0. 0. F. Hall, Tort Street.
H. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
t;OAHU XODGE, No. 1, K. of P,
, Meets every first and third Frl
'day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Tort and Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. P. HEINE, K. n. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Mtota overy first and third Thurs
da s ot each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Vlulting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend. .
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
v K. V. TODD, C. of 31.- -
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, P. 0. E.
Meet's on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
BeretaMla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles nro Invited to at
tend. XV. It. RILEY, V. P.
WM. C. McCOY, sr. --
HONOLULU LODGE, 01G, B. P. 0. E.
' Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Frway eve
'nlng. Visiting Brothers nro cordially
Invited to attend.
J JAS. D. DOUGHERTY. E. It.
,. OEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
' WM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
, Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
!.vonlne at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
.'Hrll. cor. Fort and Beretanla. Vlslt-
m in-; brothers cordially invJteu to ai
Pi H. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
ft ' E. A. JACOI1SON, K. It. S.
A CREOSOTE STAIN THAT IS
PERMANENT IN COLOR AND A
Use this Stain when an attractive
finish in soft, mellow tone is de
sired. lewers & Cooke, Ltd.,
177 SOUTH ICING STREET
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEE
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
yphone 170 Nlnht Call lflH
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Hr.rnio'
f. ,...n .-,lt.,t I, in I li III1I-! IIIWI
1? ,w. fTfulfs
A Skin ot Beauty is a Joy Forevei
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREJil OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
fmT Tin, rinvs
man wrrrj Drtin
tij ne (i-ifttioT), it
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I.' jfojfTlf in- ,
Ittl bt iaiUM
t hint Pr, L a
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llv of lb fc-.Ul
tti u vtfimtv.
" TtMl 11 Ht
Will U( th 1,
llAurnitil't Prum' i ht tt harmful rl ll tb
Ala prf pani'oiw t r wl 1 T iJI oriir jrmt J- ncf
Uoodl lWe in il Lullf J Ul,tJtuMU fttiJ Euor
U&XLHClPIir, Frro 3 Ctrl1 Jjui Z'm XewT
BEST GUNS AND
Cencr.il Crant Lauflhs at RsFort That
Japanese Have a New Powder;
Cays We've Uted It for Years.
NEW YORK, Aug 10. "You may
say for me that the American gun l
tho most perfect gun In the world l
day," was G.n. lYorterick Dent
Grant's answer L th" rumors that
the Kriipps June hullt for (lei many
ordnance that will revolutionize mod
ern warfare before tho aeraplnlie has
General Grant had contr out of the
West to succeed General Wood ns
commander of tho department tit tho
cast and had looked iner u new gun
at Governor's Island.
"I have nlso heard," said General
Grant, "about a ntnrvelotis new ex
plosive Just put Into serlcp by the
Japanese. I guess you'll find that Ibis
and the Krupp stoty nro both war
scares, becauso our naval attaches re
port that tli? marvelous cxploslvo Is
only n picric acid compound, whlili
wo'vo been shooting here for several
years. I don't know Unit the Jaan.
cso Just found out about It. That mav.
bo another rumor. But If they liadn t
heard of that hefaro Ihsy may not
have heard of several other things
Genernl Grant worn civilian dress'
and.tho.samo short cropped gray
hcard-Jhat In later years has heighten-
'!'. so -much his resemblance to his
I Imvo come on here." ho Bald, "to
further tho policies put In force by
General Wood, who lias gono to wasti-,
ington ns enter oi sum nnu ncuim Claudius McUrydo gavo up tho fight
head of tho army. I Imvo no now, M wgar,,g Ucutonant Burchflchl yes
Ideas ns yet. nnd no Intention of any Unwy nf,ernoon hen ho withdrew
radical clianges in persannci. t,J0 wrU of iabo:lg cormls m )chaf
I think tho army Is being run prct- of Ila c,cnt nn(, fl,r8hed the bond
ty nearly perfect East and Wtst nndof j2S0 whcn )md bcpn gct ,,y Jl(lR8
SSoutlt 1 tlllllK our orunancu uepnri-
meat Is tho.juoal elllcietit ami up-io-
dato In tho world. I think wo have
tho best guns nnd I know wo have
tho best men.
"Tho nornplanu Isn't nn Imminent
factor In warfuro yet. How soon It
may be no one knows, but until It be
comes so we might very well go on
preparing for tnnro jieaco with tho
guns that lmve. kept peaco so many
times befo-c. ,
''We've had tho innu powerful cx
ploslvo of modern times walling for
guns strong enough to shoct It for
more than u dozen years. But uobody
could dolso the gun. Well, wo'vo
sot the gun now, and we're using the
explosive In It, nnd while I'm new to
this command and can't give out any
figures yet, 1 dare say It might bo
correct to say that those guns shoot
tho best nnd their gunners aim
them stralchtcr than nuy other gnus
nknl liv .mi fittmf- nntldtl 111 llin'
ill". "J Mt.J w.t.v. ....
ucnerai uraiit, t-aino i-asi wiui i,.r m , .nrt ...,, ,,,.
Genernl Wood had departed
for WasltliiRton, so thoro were no cere
monies 111 connection with the shitting
Next week General Wood will ie
turn for a final conference, mid after
that General Gran' will hasten to Pino
Plains to tako pcruruat chargo ot tl o
militia maneuvers there.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Aug. 26, 1910,
from 10:30 r. m. to 4 p. m.
David P Walwaloto to Joshua D
Hawaii Land Co Lid by Comr lo
TrB Kit of 8 C Allen ...Comr I)
C II Brown to von Hiimm-YoutiR
Co Ltd CM
Entered for Record Aug. 27, 1010,
from 0 a m. to 10:20 a. m.
T A Mugulro and wf to David I.01111..I)
'Clhon and wf to David I.mio nt al D
'lavld Lono nnd wf to Put (k) 1)
II Vicars and wf to O K Magulto. .1)
'5 11 Vicars and wf to N C Wlllfong.,1)
M11011I0 J Edtrnlla lo Manuel J Curt
loo Keola to Enimalliio II Llfleo..l)
Annie Kunlnwiil to A L Moses....!)
.unlkepa E 8)tvu nml hsb to C M
W Kiinul mil wf I)
(uonobl (w) In Kuulpuiirosu I)
finhljlil 10 Kalatia tw) 1)
I'milinn to Mnuotl f Ollvat I)
11 l.liulsii) In .Man lie! Tuxelra Jr.llul
'anniilil K Hlnuiltiiil nnd hsb In W
(I Kcnit 1)
Muni Lmin (!o by Tr Id UwrIiiu Ku
alulm Ikl del
'bivvulim Itoiilnlia to Juntiuln Garcia. H
(iivtsi ivvi el ui to I' A Robaefar.n
''(li. aIsuhI to William 0 Aclil Jr., I)
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, $4 per hour, Lewis Stables.
New foulard Silks at Whitney &.
Get high-ball tnda from I.fltlicml
and Woodward, phono 057.
It gun withuut snylng that every
thing Is Best at Tho Encore.
'One thousand splendid books, Crc
Brown nnd Loii Co. Unt.I wr move
King Ah Yongwni arretted this nf
temoon on n chnrgn ot hnving nold
inerchai.dlsp wllliont n llconso.
If you want a good job dono on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
frank K. Thompson, tho attorney
and n speculator, uus among the nr
rlnls on tho Mnuna Kca from Ha
wrll. Tickets fur Mndam Drejfits Con
cert aio on f.al - at Ilergslrom Music
Store, Moana an I Alexander Young
For distilled water, Hire's Root
neer nnd nil other popular drinks,
Ring up phone 71. Consolidated Soda
Jerry Rooncy Is nnw at the Auto
Livery Co. with his Packard car.
No. 270. Hotel ud Union streets;
Ccmmcncinr; Sunday, August 28,
;he B u 1 1 e t i n's phone numbers
will be: Bu&.ncat olritc, 2250; edi
torial rocms, 218S.
W. Pfisttnliniicr, president of II.
HuckrY'ld & Co, r turned this morn
lug on the Mnuna Kea front a busi
ness ttlp on Hawaii.
This npplitH Id all naturalized rl'l
zer.B who Imu never registered and
to thoso who lunc heroine naturalized
slue tho renlM'T.'loti two yetrs ago.
Sam Jn'insnn, ninnager of 1'i.lint
Lumhc-r Mill Ih In town halng arrlv
cad lodry on tho llagnhlp Manna Kea
of tho lnler-Islitid flo I. He will prob
abl return to his port next Tuesday.
Annie Nnpnhuelu uns arrested this
afternoon and charged with telling
liquor without n license. Inspector
fennell will prosecute in llio ease unit
the matter will come up on .Monday
Dp and Mrs. Anderson, who have
been visiting In Hawaii for a few
weeks returned Ibis moinlng. While
on Hawaii, they made a circuit of the
island In their automobile which they
took nlong with them.
n Vru, h, i,wll lirro8lpil on n
clmrp0 of ll8K threatening language
to his wife. His better half prays that
ho bo bound over to keen ,he pence In
future, nnd Judgo Andrude will nttend
to t10 rnntter on Monday.'
(Continued from Pare 1)
for both passengers bud freight traf
fic lent much encouragement to the
Captain WMer called nttoiitlon tti'
tne laci inai inure are now niniiiis
to L'cs Angeles an average of 150
000 tourists each winter, while large
numbers como from tho lmmc-llato
Interior to spend the summer. Near
ly all these aro people of means nnd
come pr '.uarlly on slghtsoelng touts.
He held that If a regular service
wer establlshnd between tho Islalldu
I i.l T nn tniritlno llin llmi iirtiil.l im'
I Ulltl UD OUrvV-lvC, I UU IIIIU ) wit 1 14 I'1 J
,,, lha ,.. .,,. ,, ,
In seven days, and with from three,
to four weeks nt his disposal, tho'
average visitor could matte tho Is-
land tour nicely, edd tig nil nitrite-!
tlin Mnl'nlt,. l.i tlm tnurlflt coni.rill 1
In tho mutter ot freight rnrgoej '" '" " .'""'"" -
the bark Aldan Ilesie he. shown ""'J' ' ' '" c" " "avo
what can bo done. She has only been " , -"w nroalwatw yes
, , .i.l. teulay. Tho vessel made the passage
on the route a few months but n coast
trade has been worked up that far ,wenflo days,
more than taxes her capacity. r
With freight and passenger feu-' AT i,EAST ONE hundred flllplnus
tures combined, the promoters of the for ,10 varmlg plantations ate to ar
lino consider that the uutlook for n t0 f,m Manila by tho Pacific Mal
Eueressful biislnera Is exceedingly, stcamshln Slbeim. The vess 1 should
SPEND THE WEEK END
ON THE. STEAMER
This special trip around tho Island
ot Kauai uffords u pleasant and luox
pent he means of siiendlng the weeki
end In rest mid rocrentltm
nl. .AMn...k felll 1.kv.. Ilii Tiit ah.
l lie nii-milll mil i--uu niu iih
Island wharf at nine n'rlock tnulKht
make the clicull or Kuiiul, ktupplng at
Nnwlllwlll and Hnnatul, and leturn
hero Monday morning o.uly. Tho en
tire cost of tho trip will bo ten dollars
Atuplo tmo will b glvou passeiiKerii
lit lliinalel for a dip In salt water
wliuni the bathing Is oxtellent 'I hero
Is room nil llio slimmer mid a itmn -
fortnblo bsrlli Tho cnlitln? ami iuir-
Mrs will be iilllo up lo llio sliiuiliird
i .i .1 .
Vou inny bo u ImiiMil n lliu tiny li
Ioiik, but the Uy tiro urowlnu iilioii.jniir oiilet, Thc in th toiiplionij
Our New l'houe Number Will V)
City Transfer Co.
Japanese Tojnd Dead
This morning at ilglil o'clock. Mat
sitmurn. a Jnpaneso Territorial prison
er, was Killed out nt Kupiniam rant.
It ti.ipears that ihe gang of convicts
was cleaning out the waterway that
rutii under the toad imd car Iraclt
from Malifo Island In tho beach.
Theic Is a gat-- underneath, and n lot
el rulililsli had gathered on top of It.
Matsumui'u was sent In from tho 1st
md side to clear tho obstruction. A
Porto Illcati prisoner wns on the ocean
aide of tho galo and tho water was
onl) up to tho ni ns' knees.
After winking for tome time the
Potto Rtt.au he.itd a cry but In- did
not think uiithlng was wrong with
his mute. Shortly nlterwards Ihe Por
to Idem needed mmo stones, so he
sat'g out to Mntstitnurn to hnml them
thlough. The." was no teldy nnd
the Porto Iticau than gave the alarm.
The pilsou lima nnd some moro men
entered the passago from the sea side
and. after u short rcarch. found tli
dcid body rf Matsiimura rolling about
In tho shallow water.
The body was taken to tho morgti".
and an autopsy wns performed; It
was found that the man had suffered
from heart disease and that some
strain had killed him as ho was work
ing. WATERFRONT NOTES
A NUMBER Of tourists who arriv
ed nt Honolulu cterday ns pissen
gcrs by tho Oceanic line steamer SI
trrn will avail themselves of the ox-
rnntlnnnt nliimt-lnnltv of ninkllltl llin
rircult of tho Island of Kauai on tho
excursion that leaves this port at nine
o'clock this ov cuing by llio Inter-lsl
and Dlcnmer Maunu Kca. Tho ttlp
wll In all probability be on, that wlll'I- Tli, Honolulan Is Ihe largest
have few equals when It comes ,,' passenger steamship ever built on the
w t !..... .1.. it...
affcrdiug a constant and ever cluing
Ing panornma of Ufand views. No
crowding will bo permitted though
the agents announce that when the
Mauna Kea mt off her lines this
evening there will be no vacant ac
commodations. Tho excursion Is sche
duled to return to Honolulu at an
early hour on Monday morning.
THE PACIFIC MAIL steamer SI
borla from Manila, Hongkong and tho
Japanese ports Is due to arrive off the
port about three o'clock tomorrow af
ternoon. Tho Siberia will in all prob
ability bo dispatched for the coast at
ten o'clock on Monday morning. The
,ca s s ntngm 1 number
" .n.Kers tnkins UiHr tlt;""r!iro
pass ngers taking their depart,
for San Francisco by this vessel. The
Siberia will discharge 1150 tons gen
eral cargo while at tho poit.
A SHIPMENT OF 4500 barrols of
l ft, oil consigned to tho Union Oil
Company has arrived nt tho port by
tbE American tanker Santa Ulln. Tho
vessel nni.oared off the oort ut seven-
llftnnn tlila vnifit Irtti" ntiil ulift U'n si ari1
tltlVUM lllii HH't tuttfy Him niiv i ivp niiiiii
,. iir,,,,..l,t , ,. Itnllwuv wbnrf
frfll ,..,,,.,. , ,no ., ,, ,.,..
transferred lo Hie taints, 'llio bantu
Rita sailed from Port Hailford on,
WITH A FULL shipment of sugar.
luuch the poit late Sunday iifternwin,
Al-TElr A PASSAOE of thlrty-sovqn
dnyu the Am rlcnn bark It P Ilithct
i with u shipment of Biigar from Hono
lulu has nirlvctl ut San Francisco.
THE LELAND NOW
OPEN TO GUESTS
Mrs. II. Dlnklage, widow of tho late
but woll known eutonis Inspector has
Ifilnn m cvh ftti tn'ion utiin ili lilfif'
:"" vi mu na.o ...,i ... ........
building situated on Ilorctmila Avcnuo
and formerly known aa Tho Nonpi-
Tho place bus been rolltte.l and re
furnished nnd It Is tho Intention tn
CJinluci tlm eslabllshment along first-
lehiss linos under tho iiniuo of Tho
l Tlm now l.olniiil will bo under tho
dliect niiiiiiKenieiit of Mrs, DInliliiK"
nnd bur diiimhtnr MUu x Dliiklage.
185 idllorlil rogmi-"n(l buil-
(Jos. II. Love)
(Continued from Pare 1)
own tiiin.it, but did nut ut qulto f,m Hllo nnd way ports, 7 a. trf.,
ro decpl). Ilo was fiund by a Jap- Aug. 27 Miss .1. Helton, F. Carson,
tineso woman, who ral I the nlarm, T. F Lansing, O, Weldhagcn, Mrs.
nnd the man iccelved tiiedlcal atten- ff. Akin, Miss C. Cnles, J. 11. Harris,
tlon in lime tu save his life. j.Miss Harris, I.. S. Levey. Miss 11. M.
The police nro Inclined lo bo n Deny, Dr. Anderson nnd wife, Allsn
lilt rl.eptl'nl about the love story t Anderson, A. Anderson, P. Kim, Mrs.
told )iy llnyashl. They think that'Ogg, W. .1. Lynch nnd wife. M. F.
he probably tried lo IiuIiicp the wo I Hansen, Miss Wlnne, Miss Johnson,
man to elniie with him. and that hn'. Miss Shaw, W. Jameson. J. H. Mr
killed her when the ipfused to do,
ce. An thPro were no eyewltnei-seH ', " nawntio ami cniiu, a. war
In Die Ir.nrpilv II will l,n bnril In tenberg, It. 1. I.llllo, A. S. PlpSCOtl,
prove cither theory. Just about half
an hour before her death tlniono was
doiti eluntlltirr Itv it trntiirti In tlm
,.n,,n ..ii, i,.ti,-. ti. -n,n.M
who Envv her recuHed a greeting and
.,i. , it... .,,.. ... rn
dead n ihort time nfterwards, right
by that iinmn tiough. Tho pollro
believe that If the double death hnd
i . .. . .... i ...
ueen pie-nrraiigeu mo .overs wuiuti
nave tuos.in n spot more su.ieu ror 1)reiilli A Tlng slfJi M(ls ,c w)gn,
the purposo than Hie washing plnie,f Ki nnllt.( h. j. Renton. W. Kn
right by the rump.
(Continued from Pace 1)
Inuuchoil In the new steamship Mono-
litlcn, belonging to the Auierlcan-Hn
Tho big passenger steam r Htmo-1 Do'p' L; "cn" "' 3'JX' "" H,'!m
lutan of tho Anicrlcan-IIawnllaii Line' ,nm1' '' fthatier. '; Ahu,
left tho wnya at Sparrows Point nt Mr",' Moh00- C', M' F"rl,eR; Ml" U
noon on August Mb. As sbo took her , lvr; Mrs. Akana., Mrs. Hubert. J.
Initial plungo Into tho Patapsro, MlsslM' ,lr '" M,rB' I;o: ,p mul 'M'
Madelcno Wood Sl.epliard. ihughleri "" Ko" Wn- Mrs' "'rokavva nnd
of George C. Shepanl, chief engliiPer
of ''' Maryland Steel Company's mar-
Inn department broke a boltlo of wine
ovo.- her bow and christened her nfte -
tho Pacific island with which sho will
The nrfulr was unattended by tho
forenllltles usually following n launch -
Ing nt the Point. Tho bull of the blir
wssol was gully bedecked with ilags'was transhipped nt Tqhuantopec. Tho
and bunting nnd nil the whistles of tho V(,3sel nl" brought rrclBM from Ban
works gavo her a screaming send off ; Francisco. Tho vessel will bo tils
as Bho took tho wuter. but that was patched for Island ports on Aug. 30lh
all. As Is tho usual custom of the
Maryland Sleel Company, tho men at
the works wcrs given n half holiday
to CPlobrnto tho occasion. Tho Htmo -
litlnn is tho last of a contract to build
thrco vessels for the American-Hawaii-
Upllko the other two. th' Honolulan
will navo to muKo a tup around tlio
,,or" "of(,ro " 1t" wmn,llon.
ns hl' Ib 'ltlned for service between
Pacific coast ports and Honolulu. Sh
Is much larger than tho Kcntucklnn
or llio Georgian. Whllo they havo it t A PASSAOE OF twenty eight tlayB
limited passenger capacity of about Is credited to tho American barken
25, tho Honolulan Is strictly n passeu- tine S. G, Wilder thnt has Just nr
cor ship. Sho will Imvo cvory com- rived nt San Francisco aftor having
fort ltm,w to mri" travel, and. Illto
"'" " -.. " " mi-
"' '"" c""'0 '"' "s ""'' msload or
s " '
XV.W VOHK'S .W'TI.Ml
MAYIMt, .1. P. 3HTCIIKL.
NEW YORK, Aug 10 John Purroy
, ..ltc .i resdent of tho Board of
Alilnrman or fvew vciru c ty nnu ACl-
K mj,-, ,W13 elected on tho fusion
ur nwirHt ,(ckct ut t1(, ft8t election,
He was to liuvo taken Muyor Guyuor'B
,,mso w,0 luo llUer was away und
nhimld tho mayor dlo will assume the
)u,a 0r gavernmetit until u surces-
sor Is chosiiii.
(Jolin Ptirioy Ml.cliol.1
The Iiiiikuiiiiii of Howurs Is nn I up
when it buinfiititud buy slept) nn u
All nu-n iiia populur with tli'in-
ADDITIONAL SHiPPINQN PAOE FOURTEEN,
Saturday, Aug. 27.
Hllo n. wny iorts Manna Kca,
1 1 inr., n. in.
Sallna Cruz via San Francisco nnd
Seattle Mlssourlan. A.-H. H. H., n. m
Gavlota Santa Itlln. Am. slmr., n.
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr., n. m.
j PA8BEN0ER3 ARRIVED
Per S. S. Mnuna Kca. Freeman,
Kenzle. I). Knekn, T. Mullen. R. O.l
'" K- Co11111''. 8am Jlisnn, Miss
' Catt: IllsK, llempstpad, Mist
Ej'cr. 11. W. Hie.'. Miss A. Dcas. Miss
L, tn.. r MHIII....... nt..l ...Ifrt T Amn
.,,,,",, . ' ,. .
'"" P- : K'"B. XIn"t'r '' llcR
i W. Buchanan, Mrs. South and daugh
ter, Miss IX Enlns, Miss A, Mcln
tyre, Juck Hall, I). II, Maconachlc, N,
J. Shoeiibprgcr, Misses Stewart (2)
" .-....-. e.-, -
Mni!(er Cc0i jjarkcr, MiistCr W.
makavvlwool?, 15, Wong Ham, Mrs. C.
Norrlo and son, Mrs. Hutu and son. J.
Jnrgclisen. Caiit. f. I). Walker Miss
Nobrlga, W. J. Lowrle. F. Eans, H.
J. Suoku, 0. T. Hyde, Mrs, Anderson
and child, Y. IClmurn, Mlrs F. Blot
rich. 8. Illchnrtlson. B, J. Walker, W.
Wnlkor. Mrs, Paloa. A. J.. Wurts ond
wire, T. C. Wiirls, W. Preslldge, Joe
Gouvrlu, 0. Thompson, W. F. Martin,
M. Sllvn. Pan Chew. II, GltLcI. B.
Conway, M. Oruno, R. 0, Brown, Mrs.
II, Spencer, E, J, J-ord, H. Simpson,
F. E. Thompson, S. Ilnben, C. A.
l EIGHT DAYS from Tacoma, with n
general cargo, Ihe Amorlcan-llawallan
freighter Mlssourlan was an arrival
Hie harbor at seven o clock this
i liinrntnir nml Knnn nflnr unn nlnn?
I morning and soon aflor went nlong
' ''(l0 "'0 Hallway wharf to discharge,
' Tho Mlssourlan brings freight that
'eft Now York somo weeks ago and
according to tho present calculations
of C. P. Morso the general freight
PURSER PHILLIPS of tho stonmor
Mauna Kca which arrived this mom-
: Ing reports the following Bttgar nvvalt-
Ins shipment on Haw-all: Olaa 20,505;
imwun m, Juay; wainaKii muu;
Haknlan 10.900; Iupahoehoe 7000;
' Huiuakua 0000; Honokaa 7600; Puna-
'"'' 4731; Honuapo G003,
brought a full shipment of sugar to
. m nim.-b. ..iu vus.ei saueu
irom aiaiiUKOna on July 2lh.
Because we make ovr cigars in Tampa, Fla., instead
of on the Island of Cuba.
Havana tobacco costs half as much when imported in
the leaf as it does in the form of cigars.
And this laving of 100 per cent, duty goes into Van
Dyck "duality," and is afforded each smoker.
" Quality " Cigars
In Cuba we have our
own warehouses and pre
Through our experti, on
the ground, we get the
pick of the choicest tobac
co grown the finest Ha
On native toll, theie
leaves are mellowed into
their fullest fragrance and
flavor then ihlpped to our
factory in Tampa,
At Your Dealers
M, A. QUNST & CO, 'The
4 1 4
Friday, Aug. 26.
Maul and ilawall pnrls Claudlne,
stmr.. r p. m,
Knual liorts-W. 0. Hall, Rtmr., 5
Per stmr. Klnau for Kami! ports.
Aug, 30, Mrs. Ho, Mrs. Hazelton, Jno.
Bush, Mrs Bush, II, Schultz.
Per stmr. Manna Kea for Hll'? and
way ports, Aug, 30. Mrs, Hunsey,
Miss R. Hussey, Mary Cabrlnha, Lucy
Kopa, Antono Fraga, Paul N. Tallett,
Mrs. C. A. MacDonald, Mrs. Cameron,
Mrs J. D. Kokl, Mrs. Madden, Miss
Wight, S. Richardson, Jack Downer,
Miss L. Hnpal, Miss Edna M. Harnes,
Mrs. J. H. I)W. Miss F. Asam.
For San Iranclsco, -per 0. S. S.
Slorra, Aug. 31. W. J. Lynch, Mr.
snd Mrs. von Hr.min, Mr. and Mrs.
I, MoLatchle, Mr. and Mrs. G. Chal
mers, Miss Ayers, MIsKclllara,-Mr.
and Mrs. F. L. Hill, Miss N. B. Wln
Uon, Mrs. W. F. Lucas, Mrs. 1 N.
Ward, Miss B. Ward, Miss Bryan,
Miss M. F. EHIb, Miss 0. Burr, L. C.
'Vtteo, I. C. Jones, E. O. Falkner,
Cnpt. Marlx, Miss C. SchumgerrDr.
and Mrs. Ingnlls, R, S. Thruston, B.
It. Bond, 0. W. Colemnn, Dr. and
Mrs. White. Miss M. Shaw, Mrs. J.
S, Bishop, G. Kaawe, J, Kamakau,
A. J. Falrweather, Mr. and Mrs. L.
II. Cary, D. Makcna, C. P. Kalcukoa,
0. Kaal, Miss N. Mutih, Mrs. C. A.
Helton, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Scott,
Miss A. Newlngton, II. F. Hill, C. P.
Sackvvltz, D. Yardbrough, C. It.
Per M. N. S. S. Uirllne, for San
Francisco. Sept. C. A. J. Wurts, Mrs.
Wurts. Miss L. Wurts, Thos. Wurts,
John FHSsoth, D. S. McAllister, 8. Bes
Ingcr. II. U. Hitchcock, Jr., R. F.
Thurston, B. II. Bond, J. F. Dunn,
Miss Edna Henry.
IN FOREIGN l0RT f
Saturday, Aug. 27.
II ANA Arrived Aug. 26: Schr. Hono-
Ipu, from San rranclsco.
HI1.0 Arrived Aug. 25: Schr. Ca-
mano, from Port Oamble.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug. 27:
8. 8. Nippon Marti, hpnro Aug, 21.
' WATERFRONTNOTES "
A WIRELESS RECEIVED at tho
agency of II. Hackfeld and Company
from tho fuel lie Mall steamship Korea
announces tho arrival of that vessel
off tie port early on Monday morn
ing, The Korea Is bringing less than
two hundred tons of general cargo
from San Francisco. Forty'-tbreo cabin
and four second class passengers'aro
bookid to leave tho steamer at' this
port. A mainland mall of 278 sacks
Is duo to arrive. In event ot the Ko
rea arriving as expected, sho will bo
dispatched for Japan ports, Shanghai,
Hong'cong nnd Manila at Ave o'clock
on Monday evening.
THE NEXT MAINLAND mall Is duo
to arrlvo on Monday morning by tho
Pacific Mall steamship Korea. Should
tho vessel bo on time twin ships In
the- Pacific Mali service wllLbo at tho
poi t for a few hours ou Monday morn
ing. Tho Siberia from tho Orient la
scheduled to sail at ten o'clock with
destination as San Francisco.
THE AMERICAN schoonor F. J.
Wood cleared for1 Puget Sound ports
this morning. Tho -vessel has dis
charged n shipment ot lumber at the
port consigned to tho City Mill Com
pany. Here climatio conditions
are similar to those of Cu
ba. And here we employ
none but Cuban experts
the world's finest cigar
Van Dyck "Quality" is
to be had in twenty-seven
different ilzei from 'the
thin, mild panetela to the
fat, full-flavored perfeotoi
each one the utmoit in Ha
3for-20o to 2So Each
House of BUplei" Distributors
II null JlBLIISqUKNT r JUI.V f'
A V Ummt (w) to An Yof fHo,,l) tr.
I numtiin of tit 0 u 1 1 1 1 n office.