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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1911.
l.uilil . 2, it. f. S.
il.iuiillan, h( 0(111(1 Degree.
llnniiliilii (li.iplir, Regular,
" p. in
llnliiilulii lodge, In) IMgrir.
Al visiting members ol tM
Order mo cordially Invited to
attend meetlnas of local ledge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
dABINE ENGINEERS' 0th aiio
6HEFICIAL A$Sop.IATtOK. elation, cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. X.
Meats every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother tor
Ully Invited to attend.
W J ItOIllNSON, Sacliem.
L. V 'I ODD, C. of It.
K0N0LUIU AERIE, 140, 1. 0. .
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
1:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
tieretanta and fort street.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-
OHO. A. DAVIS W. P.
ttll, C. McCOY, Sec.
50N0LULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. (16, B. P. 6.
tike, meeta In their hull, on King
dtreet, near Fort, every Friday are-
olng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
"nvlted to atteni.
i) i. it isENiinna, n. h.
dizb. t. kluixiel, sec.
:? p. ,7"
- VM MoKIHLET' I0DQE.' SO. 8,
Heeie every 2nd and 4th Saturday
iveulng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Ball, cor. Tort and BeretanTa. Visit
log brother cordially Invited to at
r. r. kilbey, c. o.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S.
M.y In 4ce UiW II fqtv.
are not Bhur-ons, even tliongli
tiny nro ilngcr-plcco mountings
llm mipirlur meehanlcul con-
ttruetlou of tlio Hhur-on means
comfort, durability and elllcl-
Be Sure You Get Shur-on
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May & Co
New Shipment of TAHOE8 ex Sierra
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young - Phone 3088
Mrs, S. F. Zeave,
Temporarily doted while away on
buying trip. Open again in September.
68 Young Building
New Stylish Hats
Summe.- styles in millinery at par-
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
1027 Nuuanu Street
BEGINNING JUNE 3
All the Hatt at Reasonable 'Prices'
WW1' "" W
W. 8 HOWEN has gono to Hllo fur
n shoit trip.
Mil AND MIIH. W T. CIUI'MAN
wue departing passengers on the Wll-
1 olmlin todav
miss ai.ici: sonniuiKntl. whoe
homo Is In Sonoma, Callfornln, sailed
tod a by the Wllhclinliia.
CARL SMITH, the Hllo liwyor, was
nmoiiK the departing passengers In
the Wllhelmlna this morning
SENATOR ED QUINN left Hono
lulu this morning for tho const tis n
passenger In tho Matson, steamer Wll
hclmlna. MR. AND MRS. THKO RICHARDS
will visit tho mainland. Thej sailed
In tho Wllheliuliia for San Fronclsci
ERNEST KAAI and Iho members
of his troupe ot Hawaiian Blngers tiro
back from their tour of Australia and
New South WuIcb
J. I, COKE, the attorney, Is pro
ceeding to the mainland ou a busi
ness trip. He was a passenger In the
V'llhclmlna this morning.
CITY AND COUNTY TREASURER
ROIIEHT SHINOI.n who has been
granted n six wicks' lcavo of nbsenco
was a departing passengers for the
mainland In the Wllhelmlna.
LIEUTENANT HAROLD NAYLOR
and Mrs Najlor (Peggy Simpson)
sailed yesterday for their new station
at Honolulu S. F. Chronicle
J. 11. McSWANSON of tho B u 1 1 o-
1 1 n staff, has gone to the coast there
to 1 1 mam for nn Indefinite period
He sailed In the Wllhelmlna tills
MRS. OHORGi: HERBERT and
Mill Herbert were San Francisco
bound passengers In the Mntson Na
vigation steamer Wllhelmlna ,ythls
MRS. E. H. LEWIS, one of'Oio
prize winners In tho recent Hull e
1 1 ii trip contest departed for the
cuast In tho Mntson Navigation liner
Wllhelmlna this morning.
A. .1 CAMI'llEI.L, representing the
Territorial Board of Immigration, as
special agent left this morning In
tho Wllhelmlnt euroute to Imdon and
Portugnl Ho will rcnftiln for a few
ilavs at San Francisco.
WILLIS T. I'OI'B, superintendent
of public Instruction, has been study
lug tho San Francisco school sstein
and Improved educational methods,
according to reports from the coast,.
wii.i.iam vuur, a lounsi wuunas
spoilt u month lu the Islands, tqfl on
tho Wlltiolmlna this morning for his
home In California. HO Is delighted
with his trip and will bo a good boost
er for tho attractions of tho Islan ",.
II. It. COLLINQWOOr,. wei
known newspaper n:,'and advertis
ing wrltor who hs snent some yearH
iMn ithi Far liist was ,passongec to
tho coast In tho Wllhelmlnit''thls
moinlng. ho having transhipped from
the British steamer M. S. Dollar.
JUDOU MONSARRAT yesterday
discharged Chong Jan and K'lss Lmy
Chan on the charge of allegi 1 abduc
tion. The defendants were repre
sented by Attorney 11 W. Watson, and
Lorrln Andrews appeared us n special
CHARLES A. STOHIE. of the First
National Bank, left on the Wllhel
mlna this morning for the Coast,
where ho will meet Mrs. Stable. Mrs.
Stoblo has hien making nu extended
visit In tho Hast and Canada. They
will leturu here In about a month.
SECRKTARY NAKAMURA of the
Japanese Constil-Oeneral was among
tho outgoing passengers in the Manna
Kea yesterday for Maul. It Is his In
tention to Inspect the condition of
tho Japanese laborers In plantations
before returning to Honolulu next
S iturday morning
.1. II. SCHNACK will ho a passenger
on the Siberia, sailing on tho 24th of
July for the Orient. During his ab
sence ot four months Mr. Schnack
plans to go first to the hot springs
of Japan and later to take In the
Philippines, Juvu, Ceylon, India, and
China ns far Inland as Peking.
MR. AND MltS P. MALOY of
RpilnKflcld, Ohio, left for the main
land as pssrongcrs In tho stenmer
Wllhelmlna this morning after spend
ing some weeks on a pleasure und
business tour of the Islands Mr. Ma
loy represents tho Laganda Manufac
turing Compnny of Springfield which
exports a largo lino of machinery spe
cialties SHERIFF JAHItKTT and four spe
cial olllccis went down to Kuhuku
this morning to resumo tho ImestI-
gatloiiB Into the murder case, which
has been hanging on police records
for soino time. It Is expected that
tho Sheriff will be able to gather def
inite and promising Information re
garding tho mysterious murder of u
Korean lit Kahukii.
The ihitci for opining the tenders for
funilvliliig the htructural steel In ton
mctlon ullh ilia rcinndillnir of the Jn
dltliiy milldlnir liarf In en postponed
from Jul) .11 to Kiptimher 1C
'I hu n iisun for thu poitpoueineiit Is
Kliruudid In mystery, for no one nenw
to I, nou why this inovu lind been taken
Ailing Kiiptrliitenilitit of Public Works
Jodma Tiiehtr knos nutlilng regard
ing It nor doit iihyonc ebe ubout the
I'lipltul 'Ask Mr Cnrnpbell," Ih tho
Invariable niiswer, "Ilu gave the or
ders for -It." ' '
Ptraonal attention ta all orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jat. H. Love)
NEW OFFICERS IN
AND MORE CHANGES
CAPTAIN PETER JOHNSON MAY LEAVE MATS0N NAVIGA
TION SERVICE AFTER NEXT ROUND TRIP. AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
MAN GOES OUT AS CHIEF OFFICER.
WINDJAMMER IN WITH LARGE AMOUNT LUMBER.
STOWAWAY KEEPS MUM OVER TROUBLE IN SUVA.
H C. Coburn, well known In Island
shipping clrcks, holding llrst mate's
papers, who for some time past has
Lccn In charge Of American-Haw allim
L.ino unamend at run. nucu, ,
out In the Matson Navigation steam-
ship Wllhelmlna this morning as n
Lino business at Port Allen, went
Castle and Cooke, tho local repre
sentatives of tho Matson Line wcio
notified only a daj or so ago that
Chief Ofllcer Hussel would necessarily
be detained because of an Investiga
tion now being conducted by the Fed
eral grand Jur. Arrangement!) were
hastily completed for tho signing (.f
Coburn on tho ship's articles.
When the Wlllitlmlna pulled awa
from the Matson wharf this morning.
Chief Officer Ilussil ns well as Coburn
left In that vessel. It is said that
IIiiBael was released from further at
tendance upon the Inquisitorial liodj
at thu last moment, and he took pass
ago for the toast In his old vessel.
The Wllhelmlna also carried a new
suigeon this morning. Dr. II. U Boss,
tho former medical officer having re
signed to tnko up a position ns health
officer with the Territorial govern
ment and will hercaftor ibo stationed
at a new Created district In Kont.
JK t. C. Alexander will net In tho
capacity of surgeon In the Wtlhil
mlna for at least one round trip Ho
has not decided whether he will re
tain the office permanently.
Runnr has been current. u local
shipping for. some time that' Caitalli
Peter Johnson, the popular and ola)
master of the Wllhelmlna will rotlro
from tho Matso'i servleo with tho
termination of (Ii6 next round trip
to the coast. Captain Johnson, who
Is a well known ship mnstei and also
a Slirlner has It Is said been seeking
n respite from a continuous life nt
sea -and will in all probability tal'p
a much needed leave of absence
One hundred and thirty cabin and
thirty st6erngo passengers 'left M
San Frnnrlsco shortly after ten
o'clock this morning In tho steamer.
There was an unusual crowd gathci
ed ut the wharf to bid farewell to
The liner carried about four thous
and tons cargo, the jnali xirtlon bo
Ing sugar with scattering shipments
of pineapples, rice, coffee and hides.
A mainland mull was dispatched for
tho coast bj tho vessel. .
Prominent Colonials Make Brief Call.
Of the two hundred or more through
passengers In tho Canadian-Australian
liner Zealandln which pdld u brier
visit to Honolulu yesterday evening
u number of men prominent In gov
ernmental and buslnejoi uffulis in Am
triilla were pasbengers eurouto to
Ernest Kaal, nnd nls Ht'tlQ band of
Hawaiian thuslctaus und dancers re
turned to their nntlta heath after haV'
Ing lilaml a tour months' cngugo
mciit over big vaudeville circuits on
tho Southern continent. They repoit
n plensant as well as profltablo trip
and each was the recipient of a rous
ing ovation upon tho arrival of tho
steamer at Alakea wharf yesterday
The Zcalandla left Sydney on July
3rd" on a vojnge to Vancouver and
with stops at Brisbane and Suva. Sho
experienced a pleasant trip all the
way with the exception thnt stronr
head winds were met with both ho-
fore arriving ut Suva and between
thnt port and Honolulu,
Freight for this port Included1 17
tons genet al, nine tons grass seed
145 tons fertilizer and IS ions of lb
Among notable passengers of tho
Zealandla aro Sir Henry und Lady
Ripley, Cuptniu 41111! Mrs. Stafford-
W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd
Tel. 1704 Wines arid Liquors ' Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
I Schlitz Beer
Norihcote, Lieut, 'll. C. Alcock, II. N.,
and the Hon. Thomas reruns or NCw
Thomas llorno and Mrs. Homo, for
merly1 of Snvn nnd now of Vancouver,
"lu,n ",0 wc,st a((f,r
tt ' ' '. Weiitmicolt.
well known ns n Shakespearian read
cr, and his family arc also passes
D. P. Dorgnu who went to Atistru
Ha to arrange for airship nights for
Walker and Musson Is returning to
the United States,
Ono of tho largest cinwds gathered
to see nn Australian stenmdr away
In many months was present at Ala
kea wharf before ten o'clock last
night. Fort) -five passengers left for
the norihwest coast In the vessel. Tho
Zealandla also tarried a mall for Bri
Some of tho passengers who left
tho C.-A. stunner at this port will
continue the voyage to tho coast in
tho Mntson Navigation steamer Wll
helmlna thut sailed for San Francisco
nt ten o'clock this morning.
Bark Rlthet Arrived at Mahukona.
After a successful tow, tho Matson
Navigation steamer Hlloniaii arrived
nt Mnhukonn with the bark It. P. Rl
thet safe and sound. The windjammer
Is now 'reported as taking' on sugar
destined for San Francisco. Tho Hi
Ionian crossed the channel lo KahuM
and was reported there yesterday by
fcteamer Claudlne. The Inter-Island
vessel was Ian arrival at Honolulu
this morning with a large number of
lalilu and deck passengers and the
following lines of cargo, 20 cords
wood, 4f Budks paddy, 24 sneaks corn,
29 bales hides, 17 crates chickens, 1
auto and a huunttty of sundrUs. Th4
itiiiuuuiu viiKuiiuiureu unu weniuoron
(he homeward voyage.
Lightning Does Small Damage.
IIILO, July 18 A heavy thunder
florin (00k place In (his city on Sat
urday afternoon, tho only damage
done hi lug 011 board tho Bchooner
tlnmhlv, which Is discharging lumber
for llnckfeld S. Co. at tho railroad
wharf, Ono of her masts was struck
by a bolt of lightning and splintered
for a dlstnnco of six or eight feet
from the top. No one was Injured,
though u number of those In that vic
inity reedlu-d rather unpleasant
British Steamer,!, Ready for Sea.
W01K of 1 discharging over a thou
sand tons mixed Oriental cargo In
cluding pig Iron, coke, fire-brick te
nant und lime from tho M. S. Dollar
Is moving along Blowly at Bishop
wharf owing to the mvturo of the
freight. Tho vessel Is eNpected will
get away fur Pacific coast ports in
eluding San Pedro this evening. A
few through passengers are enrouto
to tho mainland in the(Brltlsh stennv
Qaiollne Launch for Quarantine Ser.
A thirty-foot gnBOlino launch which
has been used by tho United States
engineers stationed on Maul has been
bioiight to Hits port. "Tho vessel was
taken aboard tho Inter-Island steam
er Claudlne while at Kahulul. It Is
believed Hint tho launch can bo of
material assistance to tho locnl quar
antine officials In boarding work off
Siberia Due Here On Monday.
The Pacific Mall steamship Siberia,
with passuigers, mall and some cargo
for Honolulu Is duo to arrivo at the
xrt on next Monday according to
(he present, calculations of hor agents
R. W. CHRISTIE,
Wireless Operator of Kukui,
Who 'Has Gone to the States
II. llnckfeld nnd Coin pun. The SI
borln Is reported by cable as having
sailed from San Francisco nt 0110
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Tho ves
sel Is enrouto to tho Orient.
Hall Returned from Kauai.
Todnj'a arrivals Included the Intcr
Island steamer W. (1. Hall from Kau
ai ports with 5500 sntks sugar, 1 auto,
IS sacks rice, 20 sacks taro and 45
packages sundries. Purser Logan re
poits tho arrival of the American
schooner K6na ot Ahuklnf. The wind
Jammer Is said to hnvo Completed n
quick passage across the channel to
the. Garden Island port.
Nllhau Here With Sugar,
The freight list of the Intor-Uland
steamer Nllhnif an arrival nt tho port
nisi evening includes MOO sacks sug'
nr, CO head cattle and 40 packages
sundries. Purser Peak roportH 'mod
erate northeast winds nnd choppy
rcas. The vessel brought cargo Ifrblh
Hawaii ports and enrouto lo Honolulu
passed tho bark It. P. Rlthet' taking
Virginian Is On the Way.
Willi general cargo from tho Knst
coast of the United States and tran
shipped nt Tehuantopec for the Hu
vvallan Islands, tho American-Hawaiian
freighter Vliglnlnu Is reported to
have arrived ht Seattle yesterday.
Tho Virginian Is scheduled to sail
from tho Sound on July 20th and Is
expected to arrive hero on or about
Lark Seeks Greener Fields.
A Tientsin lark said to bo one of
several prohibited birds Is belloved to
have been brought hero in tho British
steamer. M. 8 Dollar and released.
Tho matter at least has been brought
beforotUioi officers cunnectetj.jt'ltl U19
Terrliorlal Board Of "Agriculture. Tho
bird had been Kept In captivity hut
In some manner made Its escape.
Oil Tanker Here.
Tho AmerlcaiK ship Marion Chllcott
with "d'J.SOO gallons fuel oil consign
ed to the Pacific Oil nnd 'Transloca
tion Company was brought hiBlde the
harbor this morning and Is now al6u
side the Hallway wha'rf to discharge.
Tho vessel left Lot Angeles on June
Big Cargo for the Big Island.
Tho Inter-Island stenmei Wulfcld
Is loading general nrgo for Hawaii
lorts today and It Is tho Intention to
dispatch tho Htonmtr for llonokanand
Kukiidiuelo at live o'tlock this even
ing, taking shipments of lumber, fei
tlllzer and some purls of milling ma
chinery, Siberia Has Small Cargo.
A cablo received at tho agency of
II. llsckfelil and Company reprtsent
Ing the, Pacific Mull steamship Sibe
ria announces the departure ot thnt
vessel from San Francisco jesterdsy
wild thieo bundled und fifty long car
go for discharge at Honolulu.
Lumber Reached the Port.
Captain Mather reports a fair trip
down from Foil Bragg In tiie fast Ut
ile bnrkentlno S. C. Allen. The vessel
was nn arrival last evening with 700,
000 feet of lumber consigned to Allen
and Robinson. Tho vessel Is dli)
charging at the old coal wharf.
Purser Logan of tho steamer Hall
reports the following sugai im await
ing shipment on Kauai f K. S. M.
770, M. A. K. .4851, O. & It. 400, McB.
471B, K. K. B. 21,000, M. S. Co. 2000,
K. 8. Co. ISUOK. P. 14,150. P. I.
9890, Q. P. 11,031.
Maul In from Honolpu.
Bringing 7275 sacks sugar from Ho
nolpu, tho Intor-Island steamer Mani
was an arrival at tho port this morn
ing. The vessel met wlili strong
trades and choppy sens. "
Away for Kauai.
'the Hteunier W. O. Hall Is taking
oh freight und supplies for Kauai
ports of cull today preparatory to get
ting away for tho Harden Island at
five o'tlock tomorrow night.
Australian Mall Arrived.
The Canadian-Australian liner Zen
lalidta from Aiistrallun noils via Suva
brought 80 sacks1 mail for Honolulu
null transhipment for Snn Frnncibco
by tho Wllhelmlna.
Per T. Kr K, S S. Nippon Mnru. for
Orient, Jul 18 N. Kurlzqkl, I,-Knrl
zukl, W. Motoshlgo and S. KoJInia.
Tuesday, July 18.
Snn Francisco Nippon Morn, .fop
Australian ports via Sun Ztalnn
dla, C.-A. S. S, 3 p 111.
Hawaii loits Iklelie, stmr, ji 111.
Wednesday, July 19.
Fori BriiggS. 0. Allen, Am. bk ,
Uavtotn Marlon Chllcott, Am. sp,
Knunl porls W. a. Hull, stmr., n.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlne,
stmr, a, m
Tuesday, July 18.
Japan ports nnd Hongkong Nippon
Mum, Jap stmr., S p. in
Vniieouver and Victoria Zealandla,
C.-A. 8. 8, 10 p m.
Wednesday, July 19.
Sim Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
S. S, 10 a 111.
Per stmr. Clindlnfc from Hawaii
and Mnul ports H. T. Walty, At
Onrilcy, Bishop Libert, T. KawiinO,
J. II. Ilowatt, M. W. Hoge, Oeo. Ord
way, I. Hoe, Miss Haltlc, Miss Kemp,
Miss Slambnugh, Mrs. A. Lyons, Miss
Ii I.vons. Miss S. Knllno, Mrs. C. A,
Bcnl, R. K. Fernandez. II. B. Ander
son, J. V. Ffcrnnndez, E. A. Forsythe,
Mrs. R. H. Bailey, Miss W. Bailey,
Mrs. Forsylhc and 10 children. Miss
P. Bailey, You Chong, xfrs. Fernan
dez, Mrs. A. Gomez A. Andrade, Mrs
Andrndc, Mrs. Freltas, Miss Perry,
Miss M. Fernandez. Jns. Kennedy, W,
F. Martin, J. M. Bright, H. Vlnc'efft,
Mrs. Piijen, J. E. Oannon and 73 deck.
PerJJ.-A. S. S. Zcalandla from Aus
tralian ports via, Suva For Honolulu:
Mrs. I. O. Vlsgcr, Mlrs E. Homewood,
Miss E. J. Chirk. Miss E. Clark Miss
KntheHne Orey. D. Crozler, F. J. Ray
nor, II. Blomflcld Brown, F. S. Rut
ledge, R. Knnwa, II. Ulshnw, II. Kalo,
II. Kalllmal, J. Knmakant, F. U Aka-
nn. T. J. Carter. VL Kaal. Miss K.
Kilal, Miss Ane Hlla, Miss Kapuaa-
hlwnllanl, (I. W. Bonninr,, P. Stathls
Per stmr. W. O. Hall from Knnal
ports Ai. Bergau, O. F White, Y. Yo-
shlmoto, M. S. Kim nnd 12 deck.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Wednesday, July 19,
CIRAYS HAnilOIt July 18: Sailed.
Schr. C. A. Thayer, for Honolulu.
PORT OAMBI.t: Inly 19: Sailed, Bk
Albert, for Knllun.
TOUT BRAOG July 15! Sailed, Schr
Expansion, for Kahulul.
SAN FRANCISCO July 19: Sailed.
S. S. Lurllnc for Honolulu, nt 12:30
'n i. i W(relei: . v
S. S.1- MAKTJRa; will nrrlvo from Vic
toria for Sjdnoy, Friday, early.
8. 8. CHIYO MAnU, will nrrlvtsfrom
Yokoliania, for San Francisco, Frl
daj morning. t i
Tho hearing In tho Wnlklkl con
demnation case was continued this
morning in tho Federal court. A plea
of nbatelnent was entered in connec
tion with the case ol David Noholoil,
whose dt-itli tccmred last month und
the fnct of which was only discov
ered this week.
W. It. Castle was recalled this
morning to give luilher evldenco In
connection with tho valuation of $2560
placed on part of the piopcrty. Fin
ally his further evidence was not al
lowed to be put before the Jury. A. I
Castle entered an objection to thl
course and the case went Into argu
ment. Castle was still making his
address when this edition went to
The plea In abatement entered on
behulf of the property belonging, to
tho dead man means that the matter
will be held up until soma definite
arrangements can bo made Tho Jurj
will In all probability make their ap
praisal on tho property concerned and
Iho matter may bo settled afterwards
by arrangement by his heirs with tho
United States government.
Temperatures' C a. m. 75; 8 a. m,
78; 10 a m, 78; noon, 80; morning
Barometer, 8 n. m, 30 04; absolnlo
humidity, 8 a, in , C 372 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. m,
L2 por cent; dew point, 8 a. m , C3.
Wind. 6 a. in . velocity 13, direction
E; 8 a. m', velocity 14, direction NB;
10 a. in, velocity 14, direction E:
noon, velocity 15, direction R.
llnlnfall during 24 hours ended 8
n. m , 01 Inch,
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 2C7 miles.
Judge W. J. Robinson signed tho
divorce papers this morning In con
nection with Iho case brought by Kn-
tint Kapuklnt Kaiaulnulri against Kn
lihilauW ThO ground fof dlvOroo were
failure, neglect and refusal to pro
vldo.' AttnrnejB Thompson & Wilder rep
resenting Charlos Lucas ot al veisis
Nelllo R. Hustnlco et al filed a notlco
of motion for the case to bo heard
on Tuesday moinlng uoxt before .7uiIr6
Win. L Whitney lu the First Clrc.uU
. . I lVel "F T
Ay&r's Sartaparllla Is a tonic
and alterative, free from alcohol.
What Is a "tonic"? A medicine
that imparts strength or tone; a
medicine that builds up, gives
vigor and power. What is an
"alterative"? A medicine that
alters or changes unhealthy ac
tion to healthy action. Ayer's
Sarsaparilla does all this with
out stimulation. Ask your doc
tor If a family medicine, like
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, is riot vastly
better without alcohol than
'-MtJlrDr I i Vr.rV,w k , ll 8, A,
"I move, Mr. Major, that we take up
the niutttr Of veto of Ordlmime No.
til," mine from Cliatrmhii Murray, a
member of thu Hoard of Supervisors,
last evening after the routine business
had Ixcn cleared away.
8uperv(or Kruger, who had hento
ford hecn n silent spectator at the
gathering, rose In his sent nnd offered
n prompt second to tho motion
A vote n suited In the solid. nix Re
publican majority lining up on the sldo
for tho rettntloii of Honolulu road de
partment affairs by the Miptrvlsors,
nnd despite the vito coming from
Mnor J J. rem, this wns overridden
In a mntimr thnt left little question
ns to how the members of tho body
tlly nnd County Engineer Ciiro wns
also nn Interested spectator. Itoa'd 8u
pirvlsOr Wlldtr fnlhd to put In nn ap
pearance, though his presence wns re
quired earlier In the evening, as Chair-
Inim Dnlght of the road committee
claimed that lie had fcomo Interesting
(ivieMlons thut required nn answer.
MtC'leJla.n'.-'f.thij Jono pnocrattc su
pcrvlsor, sustained Mabr FenV In his '
vita of Ordinance 13, which has to do
with lentrnltrlng the Honolulu road
department, In that It place the work
nnd management' of that department
In the hands of the tlty nnd tounty en-
gliuir, with the supervisors assisting
In nn advisory capacity.
The U. 8. A. T. Iluford loft Manila
on tho usual time nnd Is due to ar
il vo In Honolulu August t. Thu trans- -poit
sailed witli tho greatest number
of pnsstngers ever leaving Manila at
one time, breaking all Pacific trans
port recoids, according to announce
ment hero, lodayi
When the Iluford arrives In this
port she will hava accommodations
for eight passengers, six first class
und two second class.
What the people will do who plan
ned to leave on the transport Is mir
decided. All but eight of them will
havo to wait. ' '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
All sizes In Walking Skirts; no
duplicate's; at Jordan's.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Best at The Encoro.
The biggest cholera germ known Is
on exhibition at the Anchor Saloon.
For distilled water, Hire's Root
Beer and all other popular drinks,
ring up phone 2171. Consolidated
Mamma was pleased to hear that
sho could get shoes for the family at
twenty cents a pair. Ask the Cliccu
Shoo man on (Alakea Btreot,
BOy ScOuts' Stilts Free. Boys call
at the Qreen slump store and tisk the
man. Everything free for iCleen
Stamps, Fort mid Beretanla.
W W Mi Ml
l'lno largo United States Flags, soft
lotion bunting, all stripes sewn with
double n urns nnd, the entire Held ot
stars doubly sewn In Extra strong
huidbnuds with metal (trommels at
eath tnd Prices: I ft. x 5 f t , 55
cents; 4 ft x ft. 75 cents; 5 ft. x
8 ft, ii, llemlfby P. 6 money or
der.' t'ustnirn puld to nny address In
tho United States, Philippine Islands
or Hawaiian Islands. The School
housa regulation Hag Is 8 ft. long.
Address Danlll O'Neill, 230 Bradford
St, Evcnitt, Mass, U. S A. 12t
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WlndiiH Edition,, Reward If returned
to this olllce. 4932-01
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