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EVENING) BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 19lf."
l.cnhl Chapter y. 2
Honolulu Third llegn r.
Hawaiian 1 bird Hcgrte,
THURSDAY! f '
All visiting membern of tac
Order are cordially' trailed to
attend meetings of local lodges
Mfet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' ; a,,0.
BENEFICIAL A?S:iATI0H. ciauom cor
HAWAIIAN TKIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every tint and third Thurs
days of acb. month nt Knlghta of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother cor
ilally lnvltc-d to attend.
II. rOSTlMt, Sachem.
B. V. TODD, C. of II.
I0NOIUIO AERIE, 140, '. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKD
NESDAT evening! of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Dtretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting; Eagles are Invited to at
isnd. OHO A. DAVIS W. r.
WM C. McCOY. Sec
HONOLULU LODGE, 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIS, P. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Itreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning; Visiting llrothers are cordially
'nvlted to sltcn'l.
d v n isKNnnno, 15. n.
GEO. t Ki.ui:nu Sec.
WM. KcKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
ivenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Berotanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. P. P. KTLRF-Y, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. It. 8.
THE GREAT DIMAMIN COMPOUNCs
Cures the Kidneys.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May & Cp.
PALM BEACH HATS
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Phone 3083
CARLSON CURRIER CO. WASH
C. B. and LA CROIX EMBROIDERY
New Stylish Hats .
Summer styles In millinery at par
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
EAT AT THE
V.ffr to everything New
swwKi iwJrwWWsttsWlrii AtAiiai
PROF CAUVALHO, leader of tlm
lintid In llllo, l going lit Hip Coast to
HI3V H I. DHSIIA of llllo, pastor
of llic lliilll chnrdi, was nmong Hio
iirrlv.iln this morning in Hm Manna
Kc.i He will Btuy In Honolulu ntaiit
JIHJGi: It I'Ut'KI of Kawalliait
DMrlct, K.ninl, l In town, having
arrived lust Wednesday morning to
iitlcnil Hio Hawaiian Kvnngcllcnl Con
ference, which was held thin morn
ing nt I'nliiinn
Dlt .1 UCItlDA. one of Hio wcll-
1 known Jupancio physicians In Hio
Territory, Btnted tills inornlnK Hint
Hip "I'lpun-np Day" proposition has
been rarrlpd on In Japan for many
car "I wondered why the Terri
torial Hoard of Health did not lako
up this work toll); ago," ho said.
The Inlc r-lstanil Klemn Navigation
Ciinipanx, Ltd, have itpchlcd to tend
ihe ntH,inier "Mind" on an excursion
trip to Kaliulul, for Hio llh of July
iplelirntloii If there arc a milllciciit
numlier or passengers to warrant ills
patching the steamer.
There aie ucconiiuodallons for 30
passengers In stale-rooms and Ilia
faro for those occupying berths In
Hie Ktatc-rooins l ho $7.fji eaeh for
the lound trip. Pur those using mat,;
tresses un deek the fare will lie $,"0
for Hip round trip. No meals what
ever will lie served on hoard.
The steamer will leave lloiioltilii
on Monday evening at sewn u'elock
and will return early Wednesday
Passengers who Intend In iimVo
tins trip must purchase their tickets
at mire, at Hio Inter-Inland Steam
Nat illation Co.'s olllco, Queen utreet.
t3i( Island Freight In Lurllne.
Theio Is 30.V) tons general cargo for
dlccliirgo at Honolulu In the MatMiu
Nnxlgatlon steamer I.urllno that Is
duo to nrrhc heio on Tuesday inorn
Ing. Castlo and Cooke, tho gencial
agents for Ihe cssel hae recehcil u
wireless stating that tho Lurllne Is
steaming through light northeast
winds and smooth seas am', at eight
thirty lnrt cicnlng was 1072 miles off
The csscl has 0 automobiles In
cluded In the list of freight for this
port A shipment of 2C7 parks mall
Is on hoard, nlsn 11 packages of
Wells, Fargo express matter.
The l.urliuo will arrho early 011
Tuesday morning with r,2 cabin pas
sengers. Freight In transit for Kaliulul
amounts to about 730 tons. Tho Mat
son steamer will berth at Hackfcld
Iwalanl Back with Sugar.
Tho Inter-Inland steamer lnnlanl
with IDilO sacks sugar was an arrival
nt the port this morning nnd went lo
the Hallway wharf to, discharge. Into
an awaiting steamer. Tho Iwalaul
took on cargo at Kawnlhao and Mn
Inter-Island arrivals at Iho port to
day Included tho steamer Nlllnm from
l'linnlim and Houuapo with ncailj
i;ocn Ihousand racks sugar. This
vessel brought no passengers. The
o Ulcers report a fair trip with smooth
rcas and fnornblo winds.
Muriel from San Francisco,
Tho arrival of tho t-chooncr Muriel
nt Honolpu Is reiiorted. Tho vessel
comes fmin San .Franclbco nnd mail"
tho trip down from the roast In a Ut
ile under twelve days.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Saturday, June 21.
SAN FUANCISCO Juno 23: Arrhed,
K S Arlzniinn, from San Diego.
POItT IILAKELV Juno 23: Sailed
Kohr Mary 13. Foster, for Honolulu
HONOtPU Juno 21: To sail today,
Schr Lyman D. rosier, for Colum
8 S Lurllno. 1072 miles frolu Hono
lulu, light NB wind; smooth sen;
3050 tuna rargoj 0 nutosj r2 pas
sengers; 207 sacks mall; 11 pkgs.
Wells, Fargo Express; 720 tons
cargo for Kaliulul; all well; will
nrrlvo early Tuesday morning;
docks at Hackfcld wahrf.
The following wireless luessago has
been received by tho ngenta from tho
S, fi. Lmllno, bound Tor Honolulu:
8. S Lurllno, 830 p. m, Juno !'.3
1072 miles from Honolulu Light
north-east wind, smooth sea. 30X0
tons cargo for Honolulu; 0 automo
biles; H2 passengers, 2G7 sacks mall;
111 pndknges Wells Fargo oxuress
mutter; 720 tons raigo for Kultiilul.
All well. Will nrrUo early Tuesday
Docks at Ilnckfeld wharf.
jsjf-DULLETIN ADS PAY-
.-A .. J'
Personal attention to nil orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. II. Love)
Canadian-Australian Line Seeks Assurance Uc Iricrcasc In
Tonnage Is Warranted by Cargo and l-assengcr Offer
ings Manna Kca Here W itfi Very Large Lisl of Passen
gers Kiyo Maru Makes Call Willi Fertilizer Railway
Wharf a Busy Place.
Upon hiihsldy secured and huslness
offered will largely depend the eMent
of steamship servico offered by Iho
I'nlon Stennishlp Company or hettcr
known locally ns-tho Canadian Hup
In rpplnclng Ihe piosent llnets hy
larger and faster vessels.
The Marama, from Vancouver mil
Victoria, was an arrival nt Hie pint
yesterday afternoon nnd her olllierH
state that while the matter of 0110 or
more larger steamers Tin tho Canaill
aii-Auslrallati-Ncw Zealand tun Is n I
potslhlllty, It also means that the
steamers must be operated nt 11 piof
itablo working basis.
As one oOlclal connected with the
Marama put It, 11 steamer with 11
speed of llftccn knots must cam nt
least thirty thousand dollars n month
lo ioer the cost alone whllo one
gltcti to making between bcwnkcu
to eighteen knots must be nhln lo
earn llfly thousand dollniH 11 mouth
mid one of twenty knots would hne
to possess an earning capacity o. at
leant sevonty-lhe thousand dollars
Two liners nre now being built in
laiglnnd to the order of the Union
Steamship Company, ami one or both
of Hichc may yet be allotted to the
Tho Marama sailed from Victoria
on June lfilh and cM'cilcnecd n Hue
trip down to the Mauds. The m-s-
sel brought a small amount of gen
eral cargo for thin port. Dm In; the
brief stay nt Honolulu, n consignment
of supplies destined for Punning Is
land wiih placed aboard The Mara
ma was dispatched for tho mm'IIi at
midnight. Inking a number of rnmle
vlllo performers who have closed suc
cessful engagements at tho several
local play houses
Coronation day was duly celebrated
on hoard tho nrlllsji boat. In addi
tion to the usual festlillles, 11 3Uev
ful danc" r.sslated lo round out .1 day
Tho Maranm olllcers nlso leport
that contracts for two 11,000-lon Jin-'
crs for tho Parltle service or the Ca
nadian Pacific railroad, lo bo ready
to replacn two of tho present Emp
resses in 1012, are expected lo bo
nwnrded Ililtlsh shipyards within 11
fow days, nccordlng lo nows received
by shipping olllclnls. Theso big
steamers will bo capahlo of malnjaln
Ing n sea speed or at least 18 knpts
an hour nnd will have lo mako 21
knots nn hour on their trials. At IS
knots 1111 hour they could mako the
voyage from Vokolianm to Victoria
regularly In ten days.
Railway Wharf a Busy Place.
Holidays may coma and hoHdam
may go but IjiisIiicih nt tho l(nlhu
wharves goes steadily on. This placn
Iprrscntcd nn animated appearance
Hm morning despite lb0" Tact, that
llic day hail been dcclnied ns 0110 Tor
Hie purpose or cleaning up Hie city
it was sure enough Clean-up Day nt
Unlluav wh.iif, hut in this particular
Instance thero was n general hustling
of freight out of Ihrco big cargo enr-
rlcis now laying there. Tho Ametl
ran-Hnwailan steamer Columbian wllli
Now York cargo, also shlimenls from
Ban Francisco and I'ugot Sound Iiub
not completed discharging. Tho Mat-
son Nalgatl6n slcamor Hyudes, in
from Pugct Sound porls Is leaving
(er a thousand Ions gencial cargo i.t
tho port. Work on (his vessel went
along today ns If thero bad bcon no
biicli thing im 1111 orflclal proclamation,
Tho Japnueso Irelgliter Klyo Maui
caino Inside this iiiflinlng nud work
began nt onco lu discharging bohio
llionrnml Ions of fertilizer material
brought from South American ports
Did Not Encounter Rebels,
Captain NichoM, master of tho
Amciicnn-H.iw.'illan freighter C0I11111-
W.C, Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumhi's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer ,
.j JamJtk i if. - wftft -
lil.m now at the Hallway wharf ills-
charging a large general cargo unit
soon ready to take on shipments of
sugar, scouts the Idea that Sallun
Ciuz, tho terminal port on tho Isth
mus of Tchuantepec was ecr In ilnij
ger of Invasion I Mexican rebels.
Despite the number of press dis
patches which would lead to tho be
lief that tho Isthmus teemed with re
bellious ami armed men, tho American-!
law nlbn mspcI masters that rc-
Rulnrly niako Honolulu stnto posltUc
1y that r.t no time was Snllnn Cruz
in the least thic.itencd by ho Insurg
enls. One nlarmlng dlspalrh email
nted fitiiu Ban Diego, California nnd
was purported to have been scut out
following upon an Interview w((Ji
Captain Knight, master or Iho Ne
hraskan. The statements contiinul
In the alleged Interview wcie repm
dinted by the skipper of Iho Amerl-
can-Hnwnlliin boil, (Icncral Freight
Agent Morse nt this point hns nil
along lerelied assuring ndllres con
cerning liic c'Uidltlnii of ftfTalrB lit
the Pacific terminal,
Veteran Mining Man from Chile.
Among tho rew first rlas's passen
gers trui cling to the Orient lu the
Toy 0 Klsen Kaisha rrclghtcr Klyo
Main, Is J.' F I'louty, a mining man
of much pronilneiico In South Ame
rica Of striking appearance, lu that
ho wears 11 beatd measuring ncaily
three feel In length, the through pas
senger has attracted much -attention
dining tho brief stay of the ciscl nt
tho port. The Klyo Maru comes from
Central and South American ports.
Though II arrived oil Iho port late
jesleiday afternoon, tho Federal
quarantine authorities ilia, not grant
prntifpto until the -Kiyo Maru had
undergone u fumigation. This vm
not completed until this morning The
big peculiar constructed freighter
came alongside tho Hallway whnrf
this morning and work was began li
discharging a Hiousnnd tons of nil'
rates. It Is Iho present Intention of
Castle and Cooko tho local agents for
Iho vessel to dispatch Iter for Japan
ports either Monday evening or Tue-i-
dny morning A hundred or mora
steerage pissengers me tnroiilo to
Japan and China, they being for the
most pait mailo up of Chliicro.
Hardwood Ties for the Coast.
Tho American schooner Kldorado
was still diking 011 n largo shipment
of hardwood railway ties at llllo at
the time of ippirturi of tho Inter
Island llngblilp Mnuna Ken. The ves
sel Is exiiecled will complete cargo
and lie ready to sail for tho const by
Wednesday of next week. The vessel
nnd cargo mo dcsUncd for Itcdondo.
The i:thcl Ziino having illrrlmrgcd her
cargo nt tho Hawaii port Is reported
to hnio Failed for Iho Souud today.
Tho American-Hawaiian rrelghtei
Mlssoiirlnn has omplotcd 11 full loud
of sugar for Snllna Cruz nnd depailed
from llllo taking In tho neighborhood
of twelve thousand tons nf this pro
duct lor transhipment nt Tehiinntopoc
ror Iho Hast coast of tho United
New York Cnrno Bclnrj Discharged
Fielght for local Importers that left
Nov York by thy American-Hawaiian
sleamcr Horginn on April 20 and tho
Keutiicklnn on May 3rd, Is being dis
charged at Iho inllway wharf from tho
fielghler Columbian This vessel yyjll
bo-icndy ror balling' ror Isfnnd jiorts
or call on Monday ovculng nccord
lng lo (ho present plium of tlio agents,
Tho P nud O. Si N Co. nnnounco
11 hair-yearly dividend or 5 per cent,
per milium 011 the preferred stock
nnd nn luleilm dividend of 7 per cent
on the dcrerred.
Friday, June 23.
Cent ml nnd South Amcrlenn uorts
Klyo Mnru, Jap. slnir., 1:30 p.' 111.
Vancouver and Victoria Mnrmna,
C.-A, 8. S, 3:30 p. in. ,
Saturday, June 23.
llllo ln way ports Manna Kca,
stmr., 11. in. .
Triday, June 23.
Japan purls and Hongkong Nippon
Mnru, Jap, stmr., 3 p. 111.
Hawaii via Manl ports Claudlno,
stmr,, f p. in.
Kauai purls W. (!. Hall, stmr., 5
Australian and New Zealand ports
Maranin. OA. Si H., midnight.
Per C.-A. 8. S. Mnrnmii, Irum Van
couver, Juno 23 Miss S. Foster, Miss
A. Dnimm, Mrs. N. K. Yones, D. Mctr.
ger, II. .Meade. W. Harding, It. llrown,
l'rnf. n 11 Mrnilp. MIbh M. IMrk. MIkj
K. Lord. Miss K. Bwnuzv. Miss 11
Swnnxy Miss M. McLcnnun, Sllss 11
Cultoii, :. Wnllc, Mrs Jamtcsou, Mrs
A. Tyrcll, Miss M Tyrell. Master N.
Tjicll, Miss A. Tiirnhull, F. Christian,
Mr. Sniculon, Miss It. Haley, Mr. Mur-
doqk, J. It. .Mc Anile, Mr. CadenUcnd,
lr. Hawkins, W. Oove, W. Jnmcs, I,,
Collin, A. Ormc, W. Shnw.
Per stmr. Mnuna Kca, from llll'i
nnd way ports, June, 24. Miss J. Ste
vens, .1. T Tyler, I M. Ilctchol, A." P.
Prcar, Miss A. D. O'ltrlon, H. P. Dll
lluglium, C. M, l.o lllnnde. Mrs, C. C.
Kennedy, J. M. Knhis, It. T. Forrest,
Jno. watt, C W. McClannnhati, 11ms
Albert. Matthias, Raymond nnd Vin
cent, Rev. Desha, C. Miller, B. Mad
den, Miss C. Swnln, Mrs. II. Kenton,
It. It. ;:igln, Mrs. P. tlluctt, Mrs.' J.
Miller, l May, Miss Smith, J. Wil
liams, M. Maliclomi, D, C. May, Miss
It. Zane, i: M. Koaloha. Mis. A. De
shn, A. Welch. A. C. Wheeler, J. I).
.Cameron, L. Tybrlner, J..L. Poenoe,
Ilcv. J. W While.
Dynamite Sent to Pearl Harbor.
The Ilrst of over two thousand
eases ot d.vunm,ilo Tor use nt Peat I
Harbor was sent to the new naval
station this morning utter having
been discharged from Iho Mat son Nu'
vlgatlnn slennicr Hyndes. The Mnt-
von fielghler wus nn arrival yesterday
afternoon. Ipr cargo for Honolulu
Included 1,102 tons of general cargo
3(;,83G feet or lumber. 201 cases of
ammunition for Iho ordnance, depart
inent, S.IU care1 of dynamite for the,
Hawaiian Dredging Company; (iO.OOO
feet of lumber and 328 Ions or freight
Knhiilul; 284 tons for Port Allen' nnd
clghly-elght tons for Kaannpall.
Shipping Manager Drew hopes to
bo nbre lo dispatch tho vessel for Kn,
I111I11I by tomorrow cenlng. The ves
sel will cather up shipments of Biignr
nt Island ports before letmnlng to
Big Crowd by the Mauna Kca.
Itrlnging ono or tho Ja'rgcst lists ot
cabin nnd deck passengers to this
liort In many montliB, tho Intcr-lslnn.l
steamship Mnuna Kca was nn early
nrrlval Hits morning from llllo ami
I'uiscr Phillips had more than his
sharo or work In keeping track or the
Ifli'i cabin nnd ISO deck" passengers
who were brought to Honolulu.
Tho vessel met with lair weather
on Hie homeward tilp. 'Tho freight
list included tho usual variety of Ha
waii products, Including fruits, nutlvo
lumber, somo consignments of poul
try nnd sheep. Nearly two hundred
packages sundries wero nlso iccclv
ed. Siberia Will not Be Crowded.
Tho list of those making applica
tion nt Iho olllco or II. Hackfcld &
Co. Tor transportation to San Frnii
clrco hy tlio'Pnciflo Moll liner SlbeHa.
Indicates that thero will bo plenty of
room for nil. Tho vessel Is expected
to nrrlvo hero fiom Manila, Hongkong
nud Japan lsirls on Filday according
to lata advices. Theio Is first cabin
accommodation for sovcnly-'llvo pas
sengers. Tho vessel Is expected will
dlsclmigo somo. thousand tons Orien
tal fielght dining tho stay nt this
Sugar on Hawaii.
Piuser Phillips- of tho steampr Mn
una Kca iPnorlB Iho following susnr
awaiting snipmcniH oj) Hawaii: Ulaa
23.000; WalakPa 30,400; Hawaii Mill
1,700; Wnlnnku 11,000; Ononicn, K,
7l8lj Peiwckoo 10,701); Honvum 3,00u;
natulan 11,000; U'lupnhnchoo n.opi);
Ooliiila 3.22H; Kukalaii (D) l.GID; Kit
Hiilau (llf 1,772; Pnaiihiiu 7,100; llo-
nokua 10.000; Kukiilhaelo 20.100; Pu
lialuii 12 889 nnd Houpnpo 3,055 sacks,
Passlnn of An Old Skipper.
Tho Nlpiwin Yuseii Knlsha havo Just
lost nuolhor old servant by tho death
ul Vokphnnin of Captain J. 0. do In
Lando who Joined tho Coiupnny a scp
vice thirty year3 ugo anil retired in
1'JOO, recoly)np Irom the Company n
hiiiidsomo bonus In recognition or his
long and valued sorvlfcs,
Mall at the Coast.
A mall destined for Hio mainland
nnd dispatched by tho Pacific Mall
steamer Korea arrived at the, const
poit nt ono o'clock ycstoiday niter
noon. Tho Korea left Honolulu on
Juno 17th with about thlity cabin
passengers Irom this port.
-BULLETIN ADS PAYaa
Jtoiititoktimwrn i ..&M
The plnrerc words of iirnle of Mr. Aiilmiln (Ionic?, 11 ho was cured nflrr
she had glirn up nit hopes of reenter), nre cerlalnl) rnriiiimglng to
nil sufi'crcrs from ciinsiiu'ipllop nud otlicr lliriiat nnd lung trouble",
mid In nil those lu a weak, rundown conillllon.
"llotis,toti, Twns, tl. 8. A,
For years I suITercd rroni liemorrhnges. 1 tried several reme
dies nnd wnB attended liy ono ol our best physicians, but obtolned
no roller. I expectornlrd blood nnd had Inflammation of Hio"lungn
nnd chest: I surfercd 1.0 I could not leave the bouse nnd,.! was fit
lacked with a pulmonary fever, which gave me so muri pain Hint 1
lost all courage. Thanks to Jod, however, I completely rerpvcicd
my health after taking DufTy's Pure Mnit Whiskey, which ono of
my friends recommended to me; my lungs, chest nnd slomnch wero
Immediately relieved. Yourjnedlclne niilftt now bo n part 'ot my
llle. It will conquer nil these discuses. I mn C2 years old and am
enjoying bctcr health than I eior did before. ,1 can now work nil
day nnd am so pleased with Hio duro your mcdlqlno has effected ,
that 1 cannot do less than give tho public tho benefit of my experi
ence, nnd I pray that nil who surfer from this terrible malady may
use Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey ns you prescribe It. I lack words
(0 pralso this gicat medicine ns It deicrvcs, but I assuro you I will
recommend It to nil my friends In ylio Spnnlsh-Aincrlcnn countries.
Yours vory truly, '
Tim limn was when consiimiitlon was thought to ho un Incurable dis
ease, but today this dreaded 1Vhlto Plague Is known to ho curable under
tho enlightened enrri of tho doctors of nil schools, when accompanied
In tho trentment by that woniicrrui
If you wish to keep young, strong nnd vigorous nnd have on your
checks Iho glow of perfect honlth take Duffy's Pure Mult Whlskoy leg
ulurly according to directions. K tones nnd strengthens tho heart uctlon
and gives vigor to the entire tystom. It Is recognized as a family incd
lclno everywhere. It Is Invuluablo ror overworked men, dcllcnto women
nnd sickly children. It Is a promoter or health nnd longevity. Sold
everywhere In SF.ALKD IIOTTLKS ONLY.
Peruse substitutes nnd Imitations; they nro dangerous. Send for 1 ice
medical booklet and lulvjcc, Tho Duffy Malt Whiskey Co, Rochester,
N. V.. It. 8.' A. '
Per slnir. Claudlnc for llnwull nrd
Maul porls, Juno 23. Herbert llald
wln, IMJth Ilaldwlu, Hnrnld llablwtn,
C. A. Poguc, Henry Pngue, A, Jones,
Mary llodiiguen, gat nil Kallno, Ito
beccn Johnson, Margaret Johnson,
Mrs. P. Harvey, Mm. J. F llrown,
Mabel Taylor, M. Din's, Miss C. Lam
bert, F. V. Mnrrlcl. A. . Perrclru, W.
llala. Albert Slender, Herman Slejil
er, A. Martlnseii, D. Hclke, Miss W.
Sartery, Mrs. I Hoop!!, I. Wodchouso,
Miss S. Hnnneslad. Miss A. Meyer,
Miss A Wool, Miss S.'llartfeldt, Miss
J. U-e. li. Madden, 11. M. Hepburn,
J. P llnaplll. Mice II. Slender, Ite-becc-i
Copp, Brncst Jtaldnlu, Miss (f.
Clbb, Mrs. B. Madden, K. (llhb. A.
filbb. Miss Hayscldcn, David Wads
worth, L. Oay Oco. Olbh, Miss C.
iclts, Miss M. Rodriguez. Miss V.
Madden, MUs Hewitt, Miss Julia
llctls, MIsb Bva ltoblUFon, Hannah
Ilnhlmnii, II. P. ttoblnsim, L. ltobln
snn, I'M 11 a Liiddinglmi, Alex. Rose, II.
P. Piodcrlck. K. 8. Js'urrls. nlshop
J.lobcrt, Dr. J. II. Parrcll. W. J. Co-
citio. .1. i' nrown, jr. oxou, wrs.
Sexton, P J. Johnson, A. M. llrown
A. A. Wilder, It. Smythe, J. Sopor,
Thou. Sopcr, Miss Mcl-cnunii,
PASSENGERS BOOKED I
Per nlmr Mnuna Kca for llllo and
way ports, Juno 27 Miss 1;. Ting,
Miss A. Ting. Mrs J, S. Slinonlnii,
(leo. Itoss, Mrn. Ross, Miss C. 1
Dodge, Miss C. Iliichaumi. W. Coney,
Hcibcrt Shlpmatt, II. W. Mist, Mrs,
L. A. TJiurslou, It K. Chllllngwortli
li. M. Sumner, Chas. Lucas, J, A
Domlnls, Miss August, Miss Morgan,
Miss -J. Campbell, Mrs. P. K la nip, Miss
Kianip, miss (ierrnru, Mrs. t;. r. .en
Miss D. M. Colcmnn, M. Fnncst, Mlsj
(tulb Kenton, Mrs. 11. D. lloud Miss
F. Slelnhnrl, Judgo A W. Curtor, It
0..VIrlh, Lvlo Holmes, W Dassell
W. L. 8. Williams. J. V. Watt, 11
Fit' for an
You get more than good Havana tobacco In. Van Dyck
' You get tho choicest leaves of Cuba's finest crops, and only
tobacco that Is selected for its raro perfection In flavor, its
Royalty commands no better.
Not If you wero to pay $1.00
apiece, could you get a cigar that
afforded greater luxury, more
thorough enjoyment, more en
Yet you will pay half for these
-cigars what you would for equal
quality in the imported.
Tho difference lies In tho duty
27 Different Obapoi
M. A. GUNST & CO.-"Tho H
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meetf All Inter-Island Steamers
I.onegren, Miss Nclllo Cntubra, Miss
C. Camlirn, MIbs linker, Miss Wowett
Miss Fiiedcnbcrg, Miss Frclnrd, Mh.i
Williamson, Miss Folsgm, Miss Mniy
do Harne, Mies Crosby, Miss Haln
brldge, Mrs. It. Scott, Ting Wong, I.
P. Sllvn, Mabel Taylor, Lucy Klrh
mdsoA, S. Austin, II. Askew, J. Mu
Kenzle, Miss McCoiriston.
Per stmr Klqnu for Kauai xrts,
Juno 27. Miss Purvis. Miss Holds
wocth, J- P. Cooke, Mrs. W. Prcar,
May Christian, Mls Helen Kchlmmel
rennltig, Mnrlhn llobron, Mis. Day,
Miss Cnrrlo llcllencourt Mrs. Mns
cott, MIrs B. Hnstle. Miss W. Mcng
ler. Miss Alice Choiig. Miss M. Dry-
nut, Miss II. Ilryutil, Miss II Woibke,
Miss M. (liole, D. (lioto, A. finite.
Hong Kec, Henry Wehgler, II.' Ilry
nnt, L. ;)ause, .1. Dniiso, Wong Blilg
Kco, Ah Kew, Krancla (lay, Mrs. Gay,
Mrs. fl. Hansen, Miss Whlltlngtou, J.
Schmidt, Mrs. Schmidt, Miss I.lzzlo
Delnert, Ethel Jnmes, Miss II, von
Arnswnldt, Mis. II. D. Ilaldwln, Dou
glas Ilaldwlu, Miss Bva Akiiiui, Miss
Dora Stewart, Mis. Nordmcycr, Miss
Nordmcycr, MIbs Illackstndt. K. 8.
Ahnun,'L. Ahniia. M. J. Porrclrn.
Per stmr Mnuna Iia for Konn nnd
Knu ixirts, June 27. II. W. M. Mist,
W. P. Frost. Mrs. Then. Lew la. It.
McQunld, D L. Withlngton, Mrs. (1.
J. Robinson, B. Knglcr, M. Forrest,
Heo'. CimipVcll. F. D. McStockcr, Yt.
L. Wllcov, Mrs, Wilcox, Howard
Smith, IMIIIi August Blmcr August,
Wnllaco August, Mrs. O. J. Campbell.
Mrs. Whilliugton. C. J. Robinson. J.
S. Hind. O A. Hind. Miss narber, H.
B. Ilatclle, O. D. Hell, Mrs. Hell.
I'cr Btmr. Mlkahliln fof Maul and
Moloknl porls, Juno 27 Mls( Hrown,
Miss A. Onrrlda. Miss li Roth, M.
Moycr, Alberto Meyer, Lbzlo Meyer.
. Tho Amerlcnn ichooner Mary B.
Poflcr Is roported to havo sailed from
Port Illakeley yestorday with lumber
for Honolulu. v
which wo save by making our
cigars In Tampa, Florida.
In all other respects, they're
the same as the imported. Wo
even employ Cuban experts in the
And there's a Van Dyck Qual
ity Cigar for ovcry taste from
the thin, mild panotelato the fat,
full-flavored perfecto, .
.T-for25e and Uuward
louse of Staples" Distributors"
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