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THE HOME OF
V r,nni-i vmi vi re
a class by itself, and should not for a
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We are building
pair. Ask to be
AP visiting uicmuern of tfco
Order rs cordially Inytted to
attand nestings of local lodge
&" BONOLTOff AERIE, 140. 2. 0. E.
I Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED-
K t,ESDAY evenlnga ot each month tit
R' 7:30 o'clock In K. or P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Kr.gleu are Invited to at
CIHf) A. DAVIS W. P.
WM. C. MCCOY, See.
EONOIULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. 1.
Hnuolulu Lodge No. t6, II, P. 0,
tlkJ, meets In their ball, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve-
Ding. Visiting Brothers are cordially
hwlted to atteui.
d i". it. isuMircna. n it.
(JKO t. Ki.ui:ai:ii, Sec.
VITA. McKINIEY I0DQE. 110. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlnK at 7 30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Hcrctanla. Vlelt
In brother" cordially luvited to at
tend. P. V. KIMIUV, C. 0.
B. A. JACOUBON, K. U. 3.
navnr 4-liio "PckMrkTimtirl P.iictrrnMnrl a f!fYrcT wo avo nrlrHncr
cfnr tn lnrlipa wVin nrp nnrtirnlflr W desire to emnlinsizfi thp. manv noints of merit which has nlanfid this Corset in
We have MADAME IRENE CORSETS in all the Latest Models at
$5.00, $6.50, $7.50, $10.50, $12.50, and $15.00
up a very large business for this grand line. We make a Corset customer for all time of every lady
fitted with this Corset. You will find Ease, Elegance and Grace combined with wearing qualities.
We can make any required alteration at no extra cost
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
it K. P. HaU
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0tu aiw--CrVEFICIAL
AVIATION, elation cor.
tAWAHAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meet every drat and third Thura
'.ays ot each month at Knlghti ot
ythlaa Hall. Vlsttlnjt brothers eor
Ually Invited to attend.
W J ROI1INSON, Sachem.
II. V. TODD, U. of It.
I WATERFRONT NOTES
Sparks from the Steamers.
I M 8. S. Manchuria, en rotilo
fiom Oilenl Will nrrlvo at noon, July
15; ilualro to sail for San Franclsc i,
II a. in., Jul) It!.
I'. M. S. S Manrliinl.i, on loiito Yo
kohama to Honolulu al S p. in , July
12 Latitude 'SI ilcsrcca III nilniltcn
iiiii Hi; lotiKltiiilo 1"'J ilPKrtPa -14 min
1 M S. S. Koiim, en route Hono
lulu to Yokohama, 8 p. m July 12
T.'JO miles west of Honolulu; nil uoll.
Menace to Navigation.
rioatliiR liottom up mid n ilocldcil
mennro to navigation, n Imrgo wau
liaBBfil liy tlm Htunmor Carlos, Cni'
tain I'otoiBdii, In latltmln 45 fill north,
121 04 west, mi Juno 22. Ofilcer of
thu Hti'.'iiuor nay that tho h.irgo looked
llku a donkey lnugo ami they wero
or tho opinion Hint It had heon car
ried nvay fiom a steamer hound for
Alask.i. It wih alxmt thlity feet long
ami was lloatlng high lit. tho water,
New Shipment of TAHOES ex Sierra
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Phone 3088
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single moment be compared with the usual corset of commerce.
vy J y a
Personal attention to all orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jat. H. Love)
AWAY FOR SALVAGE AND
ADVENTURE IN SOUTH SEAS
SCHOONER KA MOI TO SAIL FOR CHRISTMAS AND FAN
NING ISLANDS THIS AFTERNOON. TRANSPORT SHER
MAN WITH OFFICERS AND TROOPS FROM THE MAIN
LAND AN ARRIVAL. RAILWAY WHARVES DESERTED.
A rich salvage Is promlsod Captain
Frederick Miller of tho Miller Salvngo
Company In the vcpcdjtlon to tho
South Sens wlicio n visit Is planned
to Falinlng Island whore Is said to
lie tho American haikciitlno Amnion,)
which Is declared to havo gonu asliou'
thoro Willi u full cargo of lumber mid'
other lines of supplies.
Captain Miller, with Jiulgo "Honry
B. Cooper, as a piHsongur, will get
away for n six weeks' or two months'
trip to the Southern seas In tho llttlu
island schooner Ka Mnl to sail this
Captain Miller Irii in mind a call
it r'littMttmip lulfltnl fiwtnif In tho
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prcsenco of tho wreck of tho llrlllsli
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 Beep '
MteauiBhlp Aeon which went ashoru
theiq over two years ago. Tho Aeon
will he lomemhoied us having sailed
from tho Piiclllc wast with u hlg gen-
eial cuigo destined for Aiintr.illau
pons. During n storm tho vessel he
rami) puitlnlly disabled and drifted on
the loituoin leefs Hint lino portions
of ClnlstiiMs iHland. Tho steamer
canled a nuantlly of hioicliiindlHo In-
eluilliiK nliout every cnncolvublo nrtl
clo manufactured on tho mainland.
It was nflerward reported that na
lives of tho Island dragged cases con
tnlnlng typewriters, sewing machines.
phonographs, canned goods, electitcul
apparatus, agricultural implements
iliugfl and millinery to tho shoio and
fn nnr -nnlirv fn rrmlrf
lliat their homes wcio embellished
with the plunder taken from tho
Soveial attempts wcio inado Hist to
ieilo.it tho ei:bel than to salvo hei
caigo. The steamer ut the time enr
ileil neatly fifty p.istengms who weio
homo weeks later transfened to a
steamer which proceeded to Silney,
Tho wieck of tho Aeon as it lies
at C'liilstiuas Island was purchased
by Australian salvage collect n who
attempting to icullzo Kiniethliig fiom
tho submerged steamer Is said to liavo
llnally iilmudoned (ho Job.
In tho hurkcutlno Amn?(in which is
believed to have become, u hopeless
wreck near Fanning Island, Captain
.Miller hopes, to reullr.o something from
his expedition. Tho Amazon Is a
wooden harKenlliic, sailing from
South llend, Washington, on tho 21ct
of hist May. Tho vessel was In com
mand of Captain Spiccr and waft
bound for Sydney, N. S. W., with
lumiier alii gcneial cargo. It was
Dm Intention to proceed to Newrnstlo
for coal after having illHchniged tho
caigo nt S)dney
All Quiet at Railway Wharf.
The laigo sheer legs which for two
on in or more huvo assisted In tho
ieuiov.il of heavy innchlneiy and oth
er caigo at lallnuy whuivcs will be
taken down nnd later l enlaced by new
timber Tho legs havo been found In
need of lop.ilr. At the present time
thero is little or no vciy heavy pieces
of f i eight being shipped to tho Inland,;
In stcaiueiH which berth at the, rail
way wharves. Tho logs woro sue
cessfully used In tho removal ot nil
tho heavy paits of machinery now
going Into the Honolulu Rapid Trim
sit power hoimo, Tho tluco Mntsou
Navigation steamors which havo boon
taking on sugai and discharging cai
go nt the railway wharves huvo on-
parted for Island poils of call. The
wharves piosenteil u deseited appear
mice, this illuming.
Hrs Hopes for Increased Business,
San Finnclaco may liecomo a port
of call for tho Cunnrd lino after tho
completion of tho I'nnamii Canal, This
Is Iho iiitorprctatlnn pheed upon (ho
visit to San Finnclsco of Herman
Winter, UHsistaut genoinl manager of
tlie Cunnrd lines, Tho other two big
tinus.itlautic steamship Hues the
Ninth (lUiiuan l.lod nnd tho Him
Inn g-Anioi lean will scheilulo Sail
Fi.iurlsro as a pott of rail, It It said,
ihlelly for business to nnd fiom Medi
um nncun nnd Adriatic poits.
(Additional Shipping on Page 3)
Wednesday, July 12.
Aberdeen Defiance, Am. schr., p
Thursday, July 13.
San Francisco Shonuaii, U. S. A.
T 7 a. in.
Tor stmr. Mlkahala, for Maul and
Molokal ports, July 18 Mlas Mabel
Meyer, Miss A. Uilckwood, Miss (!.'
Jones, Miss Hold.
I'er sliui. V. (1. Hall for Kauai poiU
July 1J. A. S: Wilcox, Mis. Wilcox,
A. Wilcox. W. A. Unglo, (1. 11. Falr
chlld, Miss Ilanilmaii,
I'er stmr. Kliiau for Kauai ports,
July 18 II. C. Waldion, 0. K. Huck
uhuiy, II. lluscher, I), liuldwln, Mis.
H. llctteiicoiirt, Mrs. J. O. Young, II.
C. lirown, Mrs. Drown, Mrs. Ranch,
Miss K. Wong, Miss May Wong, Mrs.
B. M. Ho.
I'er stmr. Manna I.o.i. for Ivona and
Kail polls, July 18. W. M. McQuald.
11. I.. Wilcox. Mis. Wilcox, A. S. Wll
iox, 0. N. Wilcox, MIhs J, Stone, Mr.
Clias. Lucas, Miss Ward, Mrs. Wood,
Miss Hohlsworth. Mary Low, M. M,
Cli ali.'iin, Mrs. flraliam, Mary Aping,
I'er stmr. Manna Kea, for Hllo and
wny ports, July 18. Miss Hthcl Mc
Kenzlo, Mis, I). II, Cane, MIhh Jlouer,
Mrs. 1', Cox, Miss Miinioo, II. Zerho,
S. fatten, N. K, Wilcox, tleo. N. Wil
cox, H. 1,. Wilcox, Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs.
Mis. J. F. WiMids. I'. Wldeinann. M
Hewitt, .1. F. Woods, Mr. J. S. Wal
ker, C. Chuck, Mary Chack, 1'. II
1'arkor, Miss Hestarlck, Mis. N. Has
tie. Mlsn 0. Hastio, Miss K. It. Co1
lals, Miss M. F.. Collals, C. II. Col In Is,
Mrs. J. Itobinson, W, 8. Bowen, II. 1'.
Kennedy, Mrs. .1. Caivalho, Mrs. J. S.
Cnnnrlo, Miss Cannrio, lUta Canarlo,
Notice to Marineri.
HAWAIIAN lSIANDS Oahu Isl
iind, S'ly sldo Honolulu Hnihor
Channel Oas Dimy 9, reported exting
uished July 8, was relighted July 11,
1011. TI.e white hand lantern, e.v
hlhllcd from tho buoy during tho time
It icmnlnod uullghted, wus dlscoiitl
nued on tho same date.
Schooner Defiance With Lumber.
Tho Amorlcan schooner Defiance
with a shipment of lumber was tin aril-
val off tho haihor at noon yohtorday
Tho vessel wus hi ought Inside by the
Muthon Navigation tug Intrepid. The
Defiance conies from Abouleen and
hi lugs lumber consigned to thu City
who once buys a
Wednesday, July 12.
Hllo Wilhulinluu, M. N. S. S, G
I PAS8ENGER8 ARRIVLD
I'er U. S. A. T. Shoinian, fiom Ssii
Franelfecp For Manila: Colonel I. W.
l.lltell, r.leut. Col. J. M. Caisou, Jr.,
Ililg. (leu. IX V. Sumner, Major Win
M. Itobeils, Major II. II. Clininbeilali.,
Capt. C. F. Aiinlste.nl, Mis. Tun,
Capt. F. S. IJilK l.leut. M. A) Knck,
Lieut. W. O. Iloswoll, wife ami Infant,
Lieut. I.. 1'. Hell and wife, Llouf. C.
W. Iluveikumpf, Llout. ltoal Hey
nolds, wife and child, l.leut. I'hlllp
Remington, wife nnd - chlhlreii, Miss
A. T. Martin, l.leut. Jack W. lle.ud,
Lieut. M. I'. VeBtul, Lieut, Ah In C ,
Ollmore, Jr., Lieut. H. H. Tnlntor and
wlfo, II. A. Seeley nnd wife, Major I).
I). I'oitei nnd wire. IJciit. Hinll I.
Sviuz, wife ami child, l.leut. Win. T.
Llghtle, Lieut. Ilurton II. Oicen, Anna
M. Cutter, I'aiilu H. NoidholT, N. II.
Keoler, John 1'. Sehieo, Alidiow .1.
Welter unit wife, Joseph N, Fuoger
nnd wife, Harry Clarke, W. II Djilej,
Kdgar F, Joidau, J, A. Sutton, Lit Itoy
A. Ki cental!, L. W. Kelso, C. J.Tall i
ferro, IMgar l'cndleton, Mrs. Khon
Swift anil 2 iluughtors, Mrs. R. 1', It
Ityim and Infant, Mis. 11, C. Ciovtou
and daiiBhter, Mrs. II. 8. Haitz mid
Infant, Mhs Dorothy Retell, Mrs. F.
F. Foblgor Marinck and two chlldien,
Paul Tchlger, Mm. H. H. Kly ami 2
bons, C, M. Cotteiiuau, wife and
daughter, Hugh Duvllt, William J.
Cobb, Georgo W. Hicks. lMwnid W.
Stalker, wlfo nnd child, Kdward Lylo,
wlfo and child, Mrs. Josla 11. Claik,
Mrs. Adolph Klein, Mrs. Henry A.
Johnson, Miss Mnikloy, Miss Cluhilo
pher, Mary Djnes, Mlbs lllischheig,
N. F. IleudeiMjii.
To Take tho Place of Wrecked Liners.
According to a story published in
the Scuttle I'ost-lutolllgencer on Juno
18, tho Pacific Coast Steamship Com
pany Is liiukltm: arrangements for Iho
constiuctlon of two largo tiiihlun pas
senger llneis, to cost nppioxlinnloly
$1,500,000 each, for scrvlco bolwee;i
Scuttle, San Francisco nndI.os Au
gelcs. Ilhls for liutldliig tho steam
ships, which will ho of 8U00 tons each,
will bo called for In a few chut,, It Is
said. Tho ships will bo tlonblo-hot;
loin, twln-sciow stool steamships,
capable of maklng'u speed of twenty
knots an hour.
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