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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1911.
, , . ', -f ' '- " F
(lei mile- Sliilitl.
Ilniiall.in 1 lilnl lit (free.
Harmony Lodge No. I, (I.
r. s. special.
I Al visiting members o( (k
I Order aro cordially lQTltcd to
attend moetlnge of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
-iiniiir rtiniitrrftftf iiiciiiucn vi
KRnmc cnuinccnj othei All0,
BENEFICIAL A?Sor-IATtOK. eiationi cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. X,
Meets every first and third Thurs
taye of each month at Knlghti of
Pythlai Hall. Visiting brother cor-
llly Invited to attend.
II. FOSTER, Sachem.
B. V. TODD, 0. of K.
I0N0L1JIU AXRffi, 140, '. 0. E.
Meets" ou the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening! of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretunla and Fort streets.
VUltlng Eagles are Invited to at-
CEO A. DAVIS W. P.
NM. C MlCOV, Sec.
20K0LULU 10BUE, 016. B. P. 0. E,
llonolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. O.
Ctkn, meets In their hall, on King
Street, uo.ir Fort, every Friday tve-
nlng. VUltlng Urotbers are cordially
hvltaJ to attend.
n r it isENnnrta, n. n.
GHO T. KLUIXIEU Sec
VM. McKINXEY I0DQE, 110, 8,
K. of P.
Meets evtry 2nd and 4th Snturday
evening at 7:30 o clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Hcretanla. Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
F. F. KIM1EY, C. C.
' n. A. JACOUSON, K. R. S.
THt GREAT UtNJAMIN COMrOUND
i and Liver
l(i...! - fl.v,- !.- f. '"yj".1
aliiY in iia("wiA wii i
ur not Hliur-ons, even IboiiRh
Ihey nio llnger-pleco iiiouiitlngs,
'ilio Hupeiior mechanical lun-
Htrurtlou of the Khur-uii iiipuiis
loiufull, tliirabllily and elllcli
De Sure You Get Shur-on
A. N. Sanford,
oaton Building Fort Street
Over May 4. Co,
Ladies' Panama Hats
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Phone 3033
CARL80N CURRIER CO. WAS
y SILKS ."
C. D. and Ll CROIX EMBROtfERY
v Stylish Hats
Summe yles In millinery at par
BOSTON BUlOING, FORT STREET
EAT AT THE
Capitol Cafe .
I Cures tho
Kldncs. xr'W 1 1
Everythlna New 8ervle Excellent
Oil AND X1K8 U L. SEXTON have
returned to tht Ir home at llllo
ATTOHXRV CAHL SMITH of llllo
Is planning an extended ttli on the
Mlt AXD MIIS. P F POMKKOY of
llllo expect tn remove to Honolulu
early this month
.11. J. JAMES of Topoka, Kan, has
returned to his homo after spending
a few weeks In tliu Islands
MltS. II II MARINER of llllo, for
merly of llonolulu, vlllnooh imiko
a visit to the Coast, to liu gone sev
F J IIAHi:, who has been Investi
gating the nrfnlrs of post oltlces on
lluwnll and Maul, rcturmd this
morning In the .Muitnn Ken.
II II HENTON, or Kohuln, Hawaii,
Is In town, having arrived today In
tho Mauna Kim lie will piobubly
leavo for his home next Tuesday
hoard of health a(!i:xt
BOWMAN, of llllo, arrived on the
Mauna Ke.t this mornln to confer
with the local .authorities on xunlta
GO TO III! II
lllnlmin Wnlkirnnd Massou will not
kiiu thl Ir all nest of Honolulu to
hour uvvr llllo on the Fourth of Jul),
as they -xpect d
After working hard the last week to
repair tlirlr plains, the aviators llml
thiv can not possibly have them III
readiness to Join III the blK national
celebration with the Hlloltos
Tin are very much disappoint! 0, ns
tin event would tlraw nn exceptionally
large trovvd. owing to tlio fact that nil
the plantation people mid reldintH of
the Hlg Island Join with combined force
the big Fourth eebbratlon at llllo
Tie aviators will not stop woik on
tli i Ir cr.iit. however, and should they
lt so fortunate us to uft them In safe
sailing order they will more than libe
ls 11 at llllo some time In th future.
Wr.ll.ir Is more than anxious to lly
on the Dig Island to ttst the mnchlii'H
when ilxed, nnd If they proe to bo In
excellent ordir he ean maKo fine Mights
for Ilia benellt of llnnolulnns
The JacKles fiom off the llrlllsh
crulseis, Kent and Challenger, liuvo
foigotlen alt woildl cares, other
than to sail blissfully nlong tho chan
nels of Honolulu's streets In senich
of Joj and mini'-emcut, ami' to all ap
peal antes they ceitnlnly aio llmllng
Hint which thej seek.
If von don't believe they're having
tho time of their lives ask Ilnny
I Turner, in charge of tlio Seamen's In
stitute about It Last night his place
was loaded lo tho waterllno with u
cargo of jarkles that filled It "foio
and nft" fiom the cockpit to tho
Tho tats lecelved n treat In tho way
of many musical beleetlous rcndeied
by the mush lulls from tlio Kent und
Challenger, and when It became very
late Ihey vvondoied why such lino har
mony should not go on forever. To
morrow a big spread will bo jilaccd
before nil the bojs nt (1 o'clock In
tho Institute nnd nt 7.30 p. m. set
vices will bo held In tho chapel
Yebterdnj all tho sick men uboard
the ciulsi 13 weio biought ashore nnd
driven sill over Honolulu allowing
them mi opportunity to m'0 the beau
1 1 Till places they may visit ngaln
A big picnic will take placu Tues
day In which tho tnis can tiy their
skill In spoils
W L I r ItiillftlnSI per vritr.
H) tT curse of modern civilization,
Ijglit 'ut of every ten persnus have
iy-Hllki In one foun or another
The jjrily nbsolute cuiu for dyspep
iliiQd Indigestion Is
Djty's Puro Malt Whiskey
sjmiiloms ale u
house of burning
and dull weUM
in tho stnmaeh
sometliiiefl ii c
stipation or diarrhoea, languor, de
pletion, In liability, dull brad
aches All these symptoms show
that your digestive oiguns aro out
of older und vou should take Puf
fy'B I'uio Malt ' Whiskey. It will
cute dyspepsia It Is tho gicatest
strength builder nnd tonic atlinu
land known to medicine It nttucks
tlin.fcPiit of the disease, drives iitit
tho" germs and r( builds tho weak
died tissues In u healthy, naturil
'Wllte for flee nudlcal bouklet
containing rare lommoii sense
Miles for lirtilth and teHtlmuulals,
and doctor's advice Hold evory
wtiuro 'Hie IIiiiTj Mall UliNkej Co.,
Itiiiliesler. .. "., V. S. A.
Personal attention to all orders. t,!t ''i' m ' '
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jat. H. Love)
Big Atlantic Freighter Here.
"the Atlantic transport freighter
Massachusetts, u typo of vessel ciy
eommou on tho Eastern ocean has
urrlved at tho port to load sugar for
The Massachusetts Is owned nnd
operated by tho Atlantic Tiausiiort
Company of West Virginia, nnd a ills'
tlnct concern from the well l:noun(
Atlantic Transpori t.inc, vviiicn ves-
ssls prominently figure In tlio passen
ger and freight business between
Ncjv Yoik und (lieat llrltnln.
The Massachusetts sailed fiom
New jsirt News on March 23rd nnd nr
ilved at San I'liinclsco on May 23rd.
A Jargo amount of cual was given tho
freighter a iioitloii or which was left
at Seattle and Tucomn.
The vessel comes here tinder an
Amerlciiitrllnwnllnn charter and will
lifter taking on 3500 tons sugar snll
for Island ports on or about Monday
evening Calls will be mado at I'oit
Allen, Kahiilul, Kaanapull and llllo.
The vovngo to tho ICist coast of tlio
United States will bo made by Hie
way of the Straits of Magellan.
The Rush Is Now Over.
There Is all sorts of room available
for prospective passengers to the
coast these days. The Oceanic steam
ship Sierra scheduled to snll for San
Francisco on July 12th has but Tew
over n scoie booked thus far. This
big steamship cun easily iiccoinnio
diito two hundred und twenty -live
cabin pahscugeis and It In a safe pre
diction that tlio liner 'Will depart with
u number of empty cabins. The Si
beria sailing for the coast last evin-
Ing hud room for seventy-live, wlilla
but sixty-one took ndvniitnge of tlio
siipcilor accommodations oITeicd by
this vessel. The l.urllno departing
on Monday evening will bo far from
crowded. Only u few bookings aio
icported for the Pacific Mull steamer
China to leave on next Friday though
this steamer can safely add thlily
people to her list of passengers.
Patting of the Flyer. i . pj
There me few pcisnns who havo Japanese Cruisers Promised,
either leslded or visited l'uget Sound Advices received through the P.i
but bavo heaid of tho fiinioiis steam- cinc jln steamship Siberia from Ja-
er user, wlilcli ror years has held n
record for fast tlmo mado between
boame anil luciiimi. l no river lias
been sold to tho Seallle-Taconn-
Kverett nmto by tho Coluiubla Itlver
and Paget Sound Navigation Com-
pany. -nio lijer lias neon plying on
the Sound ror twenty years, and piac-
tlcally all of that time between So-
nttlo and Taconui, making four ami
llvo round tilps u day. It is esllmat-
eii in.it sue lias made mine mileage-
limn any oilier passenger vessel ninut arie,i at Honolulu jestenlay miiiii
dining her long service. She was B v,Hli loom ror nt least soventy
bullt In Ibtil nt Portland. Oie. M,0 t.nl)lll passengers. A few over
"Major" James Robertson Returning,
"Major" James Hohertson, manager
of tho shipping department for C.
Ilrewer and Company Is ieMirted ne
leturnlng to Honolulu by the Oceanic
steuinshlp Sleiru, that sailed fhnu
San FiancKco nt noon today. The
well known shipping man spent but
four days on the coast but It Is safe
to say he covered tho ground with
tho best of those who profess to hoi 1
mniathon lecoids The tilp was mm
combining business wllli ploasine. In iciisiin roi tho unusually long pass
sailing finui here by the Sierra, Jlr. ago the fact that the winds weio very
Hoberlsoh Intended to make a niiiinl
tilp In tho iHipulur steamer
Mauna Kea Freight Lltt.
Piiiser Plillllps of the steamer Ma-
linn Ken ieioits tho following fiolght 1er stmr Klnau from Kauai polls,
biought by that vessel thlti morning. July 1, W llalley, Miss Swayno, IM.
One automobile, 17 crates pigs, 17 Knhalo, Miss M. Hastle, A. Freltas,
crates machinery, 20 sacks chiucoal I Mis Mcndonca, Dr. Thompson, Miss
20 cords wood, 213 pieces nntlvo wood.'H. Lee, Miss (liaco Chang. Miss Kl
kSO bales bIihcIis, 232 packages sun- Hs, K. Woodwaid, Dr. Dei by. Miss
dries. Fiesh trudeB nnd heavy east
swells weio met with on tho home
ward voyage. Much rutii Is nlso ic
polled along Hawaii coast, Tho
stunner Kauai was at Hllu dlschaig-
Ing sugar Into tho steamer Hynilus
while the Kalul.inl was taking on sug
ur ul Hakalau.
Hyadet Sailing for the Coatt.
The'.Matson Navigation stennui
Hv tides Is to pall from llllo for San
lVanclsci) this nlleiiinon taking n full
cargo of silgiu The schooner IJldo-
ruilo, which finished loading with
filila ties lor Itendondo on Moudii),
sailed fiom HI'o tor tlio Coast Wed-
x W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wlnesand Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
Sole Ageits Mumm's Cfiampagne
- PHONE 1281
nesday morning,, shortly nfler day
break Tho schooner Melrose, whleh
lecently left llllo for tho Coast, hns
been icchartered by tho llllo Hall
road Company to bilng down another
caigo of redwooil ties for tho new I In
innkiia extension. The schooner Mil
rlcl iirrtvcd In Honolpii last Friday,
twelve dnys out fro nitlio Coast. Tho
hnrkenllnu Irnignnl Is nt Mahukoii.i,
American. Hawaiian Wlrelcis.
As exclusively stated In tho Bul
letin Home mouths ago, tho American-Hawaiian
Hue proposes to Install
wliclcss telegraph apparatus on nil
their frelghteis, not .owing to nn.V
compulsory law hut simply as a mat
ter of convenience. Oenernl Freight
Agent C. P. Morso lias received word
recently confirming earlier report that
the Amerlcau-Ilawiillau steamers In
the 1'aclllc would yet he eipilpped with
the modem method of over sens com
Klnau An Early Arrival. -One
day ahead of the regular sched
ule, the Inter-Island steamer Klnau
fiom Knunl ports was an arrival Dim
morning biinglng ns cargo 3 COO sacks
sugar, 210 sheep, ' pigs, iil bulls
hides, 20 sacks cocoanuts, ftO empty
diiiins nnd 0 pneknge sundries. The
vessel met lough weather on the re
turn tilp. Tho steamer Nlihau Is ro
ported nt Wnlmea to complete taking
on 1030 eacks sugar. This vessel was
to depart for Honolulu tod-iy
Lurllne Back from Maul.
Having taken on board n thousand
tons niotnises at Kuhiiliil, the Mat
son Navigation steuinerl.ui line re
turned to iiort this morning und woik
of placing on board a quantity of sug
ar bj'gan ut an early hour. The Mut
son vessel will leave hcic on Mon
day evening with a full cargo of sugur
for coast leflnerlcs. Tho steamer bi
scheduled to sail for Sun Fianclseo
ul six o'clock taking a fair sleil list
of eobili .n.ir.s4.ui!.is.
j,.,,, rc.iinm tlui piedictlou made
ome-llmo ago thnt two cruisers, tho
A aml gma nlo cxliectcil to pay
.,,,,,.1,..,. Ht to Honolulu this fall en-
Ulllt to California and Wnshlngtnn
C(mst ,,its. Tlicso vessels .railed
,ro (lmB )uu9 nwl ill0 ow cngag
,.,i (n training service for nuviil ca
Siberia Sailed and Room' to Spare.
Tlie acme Mail Rlcamer Siberia
fifty took advantage of the supeilor
accommodation offcied by this boat.
A small number ulso bought second
class passage to tlio coast. The es-
sel left a few minutes after six o'rlosk
having dltchatgcd eleven bundled
tons geueuil cargo at tho poit.
Lawless Met With Contrary Winds,
Captain Lawless of tho Spreckels'
barkentlnu Coronado, which arrived
at San Francisco on Juno 9, thirty
nine days fiom Honolulu, gave as a
lontrary In senich of fnvoinhlo winds
.Captain Lawless woiked In lim lntl
noi til. longitude 1C4 west.
Sheldon, Miss D. Sheldon, Frank
Thompson, Mis. Thompson, Miss M
l.ymant, M Wilcox and 32 deck.
i Persia for Independence Day.
Tho Peirla. lhosniall Pacific Moll
liner fiom the coast may show up r.t
Honolulu on Fourth of July accord
ing tn tlio picbont calculations of II,
Hackfeld mid Company, her agents.
This vessel Is bringing no cargo,
though it Is believed that u few lay
over passengeis will he left hero,
Island Vecccls Bring Sugar and Cattle
Two lnlui-lsluiid steamers airlved
vvlth extensive shlinieiils of sugar and
iij i i
cattlo this morning. Tins Maul from
Punnluu camo In with CS24 sacks
sugar and 74 head cnttle. Tlio Wr.l
lelo from Honokan ports Is hero with
8CH4 sacks sugar, 48 bales hides and
76 bend cattle. The steamers met
with strong trades nnd choppy seae.
Sugar to tho amount of 22 000 sacks
wns left nt Knknihnclc und 11,0'JO
sacks still awaits shipment ut Home
No Freight Received July Fourth.
No freight will be lecelved by In-tei'-Uland
S. N. Co.'s steamers on
Tuesday, July 4, 1911 All legular
mall nnd passengers steamers will
leavo on regular schedule time on
Tuesday S. S lwalanl will leavo nt
f p. in. on Monday, July 3, Hill, fur
Muhu1mu Kiiwalhao, Knlliia and Na
ponpou with explosives.
Little Chance for the St. Hugo.
With the arrival or the Pacllic Mall
steamer Siberia yestcnlay came le
iioit that tlio Ililtlsh freighter St
Hugo, .which went iishnio at Tancpn
Shlinn. Inn become waterlogged and
hod her rudder post badly damaged
It was added that the chances fot
saving the vessel are very doubtful,
Young Navigators Off Watch.
Tlw. mtrlmr Inrm nf the Nlivtgntioll
class conducted In connection vvlllil
tho imbllc schools of San Francisco!
came to an end Im Juno 2, J A. Due
ray, J. Wellahong. F. 1.. Siibel, J. C.
Frlckert and J. P Dixon were ginl
tialed. The fall 'term opens on July
21. All instruction Is ficc.
Sugar on Kauai.
Sugar awaiting shipment on Kauai
roiicluilcii the following consignments
according to reiort brought to this
city by the Klnau this morning: M. A.
K. 33,213, O. & K. 1800, Mcll. 3C,8!)3,
K. S. M. 5S.-.0, K. P. 1300, M. S. Co
E5MI, K. S. Co. 2K00, I.. P. 5BB3, (I F
Whales and Sharks Guard Gclden
All vessels passing In through the
tiolden nnto on June 11 reported sev
eral schools of whales and sharks Just
south of the Matin shine. Doth the
United States gunboat Pilnceon mid
tho Pacific Mull steamer Peru reunit
ed seeing these denizens of tho deep
Schooner Melrose at the Sound.
The Ameilcaii schooner Melrose
has in rived at Drny'a Harjior after a
passago of nineteen days fiom llllo
This vessel completed the discharge
of a largo shipment of lumber.
SUPREME 'COURT CASES
Following Ik the list of cases Tor
tile July, 1'Jll Session or the Supreme
Comt beginning Monday, July 3.
James Cornwell, et ill. v. Wulliiku
Sugar Co. En or to Circuit Court,
Second Circuit. .1. Llghtfo-Jt for plain-tlffs-apiicllants.
Kinney, Pressor, An
deisou & Marx for defendant-appellee.
Knupeiin (w) v. Kllzahcth Kulo, ct
nl. I'.xceptlous fiom Clicult Court,
Fifth Circuit. S, K. Kneo ror plain-llff-apiellaut.
Kinney, Piosser, An
deison & Maix for defendants-appellee.
Chniles T. Wilder, Assessor of
Taxes v. Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
tiustce, Submission upon ngieed
fncls. Attorney General for plaintiff.
Kinney', Piosser, Anderson & Marx
L. L. McCaudless v. Oun Look, ct
nl., copaitncrs doing business as Sing
Tai Wui Co. Kxccptlou from Clicult
Comt, Flint Clicult. V. S. Hdlng
for pl.ilntlrr-appelhiut. C. F. Peterson
J. (1. Henrlques v. Clulstliin Vln
huea, et alt. Inceptions from Clicult
Court, Thlid Circuit. C. W. Ashfoid
for plulutlrf-appcllunt, Carl S. Smith
for Cliilsllua Vlnhnca, ilcfeiidiiut-ni-
REAE ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June 30, 1911.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4t30 p. m.
Kulaiil und vvf to Knlawa (w) .... I)
Kallmu (I.) to Mal.alia ColTeu Co
Kst of Iternice P llishop by tra to
Kawallni I-aml Co I.td D
Woiik Leoni; and vvf to Joseph
Woiik "Leone D
.Iliury Holmes, tr, mid t to Janus
I. Holt ... 1)
.Melcnnu Muthews und hs.li to Ite
biee.i I.ukua I)
I.olka Meet so and hsb to Itebccn
J A It Vlelrii und wf to Joao Hod
Kut of W C I.liualilo by lis to All-
Ki'llno K Auld ct al 1)
Entered for Record July 1, 1911.
From 8i30 a. m. to 10i30 a. m.
Antonio P Aeular nnd vvf it ul to
Mnrlu P Agubir 1)
J Kuvuigiithl et ul to H Kiiwii
Kiigllrirn Kltnro to Hnm.ida Ku
Allen K UiM-iuer und lish tn First
Hank of llllo Ltd ,. M
Y Illrutii to First Hank of llllo
Jus Mnttoon Jr to Volcano Stables
& Trans Co Ltd 4 CM
Kiimoilt! Kililliiifl (w) to Mokohiui
Young Mill's Savs Kocy I.td to Ko-
kooiin Akl et ul Itol
Fannin D Kulnllllll mid hsli In
Young Men's Suva Soey Ltd .... M
nilnbith Olbion ami lisb to lllmy
Wnterhouse Tr Co ltd, tr ..? M
Y AI1I11 to P Jiinheo .... t.
These Cigars Profit
You Not the U. S.
We might mako our elga-t In Cuba. But we couldn't make
Vjjiem any better, andgtie duly would doubla the tost.
So wo save fully CO pe cent, by having our factory in Tampa,
Florida where Cuba's' climate' prevailt.
Hero we employ none but Cubnn experts the host cigar
makers in the world..
Our tobacco It the pick of
the choicest Havana leaf
grown selected from the stalk
mellowed on native toll and
prepared in our own Cuban
No man who knowt the de
lights of pure Havana to
bacco will fail to appreciate,
the Van Dyck "Quality."
AT YOUR DEALERS
M. A. GUN8T & CO. "Too House of Staples" Distributor
MISS ALICE WEIGHT
WEDS D. E. METZGER
(Spf-cinl 1) 11 1 1 0 1 1 n Com snonilt nn-.)
HII.O, Juno 20. -Tho wedding of
Miss Alice Weight and Mr D. fi
Metzger, both of this city, took place
last night at tho church or tho Holy
AhjsiIcs, the llev. Fenton-Smllh nfll
elating. Mrs. Jules M. Levy or Ho
nolulu, acted as tho mat 1011 of honor
and .Mr. (Icorge Cool art best man
Tho bride wns glv'en away by hci
rather, William Weight, of this city.
Sim wan attended by little Mlss's
Weight niiii Whltlemoio, as llowei
gills, nnd Iwnutlfiilly gowned In white
canylng a bouipiet or while loses.
Miss Weight has long been n resi
dent or llllo nnd Is one of the most
liopulur inumbeis of the jiiimger sot
heie. Mr. Metzgor enmu to Hnwidl
to take the position of superintendent
or tho llllo lL-illioad Co, which be
held ur.tll Muich, 1H0S, when he took
the Federal contract for tho constiui-
Hon or Hie (list section of the llllo
bieukwaler. Upon the completion of
this contract ho loft boro on a trip
to the Coast, 1 etui nlng jestenlay on
the Mauna Kea, nc-compnulod by his
bride nnd her mother, Mrs. William
Weight, who met him In Honolulu
He Is the Past Kxalled Huler of the
local lodgo of Hlks ajid member of
Aloha Temple, Older or die Myrtle
Mil. IHITTOLPH, of Williamson &
Ilultolph, t ('turned this morning fiom
1111 Island lour that took In pints of
Hawaii und nlso the Maul rubber
plantations In which tho firm Is In
terested. Thlrty-thieo hundred slmics of Ho
nolulu Consolidated have been thrown
on tho local nun Let lecently und of-
feied nt from 1 50 to 1.00 per share,
It Is understood that tho slock wns
taken up nt the prie
Blank books of alt sorts, 1'dgers
tc, manufact'ireu by the B u 1 1 e 1 1 r
Small furnished eottagiv, with modern
com t nit iicis. 871 Young St, near
Furnished or unfurnished pritty .1-1 omul
and bath bungalow; seivnuts' qtiur-
tirs, Kiuage, cbiekens, Jaige garden
Kcboenlng, 1B17 Firth Ave., Pnlulo.
Cottuge; 3 bediooms, ileetile lights, gas
stove, cto Apply 14s0 Ihiiuiu St,
I lien to aiinoimco'thnt, having a pr.ir-
tknl knowledge or packing sllvir
wnie, cut glass nnd II no poiedalu ror
Mm ago and shipping, I nm now'
ready to do the saino In my Ii Isuro
hours Yours truly, M II Meneos,
(Itneiul Dulivciy llefiriiiccM given.
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers .
, . RATES REASONABLE
All the rare fragrance and
tweet mellowness of the "Im
ported" It retained in this
cigar. All the expense attach
to the word left jjuI.
nd there's a Von Dyck
"Quality" cigar for every
tatte. They come in 27 differ
ent tiicj thin and mild, fat
Smoke ono today.
3.FOR.250 TO 25e EACH
Saturday, July' 1.
Hllo via way poitH Mauna Kei
stnu., n m
Houokiin -Wallele stmr., a m.
Seattle nnd Tucomn Massachu
setts, A.-ll S S, a m
C.avlotu Falls of Clyde, Am. sp,
Puntitiiii Maul, stmr, a m.
Kauai ports- lwalanl, stmr, a. in.
Kauai ikiiIs -Noeau, stun., a. in
I DEPARTED I
Friday, June 30.
I Inw.ill via Maui iiirts Claiidlun,
hlmr., 5 p m.
Su Francisco Slbei la, P. M. S. S.
C p. 111.
I'er stmr Mauna Kta, Fieenian
fiom Hllu mid wuy pints, Jul' '
Miss F. Sleluhnrt. Mhs (I. Wb
Mis. Thorpe, C. I). Wieiin. N
soy. Miss 1:. David, Miss I)
Miss(J. Caspar, Miss J Cabilnh
Unite, Miss Clowes, .Mis M. SI
Miss M. Kemp-iter, Mis. II II. Ml
ell. Miss i:. Super. (J. Duncan, D.I
man. Miss 1. Hal, Misses Hwallko
IC. Lindsay A Wong Wal. Itev.
Yiniiaiiaka, .1. C Ln'iio, vvlfo and
chlldien, S. Kuuila, Itev: It Ho
Mrs. J. 1.. Levy, W Hughes, J. A
Palmer, I) Lveuigus, J Wormser. II
F. Heastnnd, C It. Wealbeihee, F. I.
Hare, r. Murphy, C. i: Wright. .Mi-s.
Ashman, Mrs Illusion, Miss Heie
deen, W. South, wife ami daughter,
II. W. Shriller, V H. I)eveiiinu. wile
mid 2 rhlldi-cn. Miss C. Haln.i. Mis.
.11. i:. Askew, Mlsi4'f''oiiesl, A .Mason,
(1. Ilultolph, It. T. Duiston ami wire,
II. H. itenton. Mrs T Hussey mid
child, Miss It, Solomon, I). Kukeun,
wife nnd child, W. Kekuewa, Miss ('.
Clowes, Miss II Smith, i: I inner.
.Ill", l'eriz, C lllckmd, Itoht. Klhel,
wife nnd child, J. W llergstium, T
II. llotilmon. It. W ltiiblnson. A. M
lliovvn, Mlzano and vvlfo, T. Ynmii
moto, A. C l)owselt, J. T. Mulloy,
W. W. S.iveicoo, P. W lllder and
vviro, S, Moolilnl, F t) lloyei. Miss II.
Il.11 lies, D, Conway, II M tllltel. M1-.1
Apt) and ton. Miss .Moses, Mis l
Hzeia, Miss C. Iliyiiut, Miss Shim,
Mrs, Knisdiaklmoliewa, MIsk lliuiis.
Miss M Duties, Muiakaml, Siiklyama.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Friday, June 30.
SAN FitANCISCO-June 311: Sailed,
Sr S. Allzonan, ror Seattle.
nitAYS IIAltlltm .luiiu 20: Anlveil,
Sebr. W ,1, I'atieiBon, beueo June 9.
C1IIAYS IIAItltnil Juno 20: Airlved,
Se.hr. Molinse fiom Hllo, June HI.
Sugar Awaiting Shlpmnet.
Purser Phillips of the Manna Ke 1,
which airied Ibis morning fiom llllo
and wuy potts, rcpmls tin follow ing
sugar, uwulllng shipment 011 Hawaii.
Olaa 27,500, Wuliiki'.i 2'l,r,ou, Ha
waii Mill 5000, Waiuukii 21 null, On.i
llica 1258, I'epeekeo 'i.'OO. Hnuomil
0000, llakuluii 17,000, l.aupiboelion
11,700, Ookul.i 4".r,0. Kukuiaii (D)
3Sld, Kukuiaii ill) 2317, llainakiii
11,400, Pauuhnu Ssoo, Houokaii 11.
000. Kiikuiliaele 22,'.iu0, Piinaluu
7210, IJonuapo 3014,
No diiiliintos In the ready -to-wear
dopuitini-nl ut Juidaii's