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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, JULY 22, 1911.
o. r. 8.
llannll.ui, Humid Degree.
Honolulu Chaplrr, Itigul.ir,
." p. in
Honolulu Lodge. 1st Ht-grit,
Al visiting membern of tie
Order are cordially Invited to
attorn meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd nnd 4th
7:30 P. M,
, .URINE ENGINEER? oTaho.
, tially invited.
AWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
, Meets every Orst and third Thursv
' tays of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother! cor
' lUlly Invltrxl to attend.
W J KOMNSON. Sachem
' Ii V TQDD, C. of It.
tOHOLULO AERIE, 140, '. 0. .
f Met on the 2nd and 4th WED-
NESDAY evening! of each month at
1 7:80 Vclock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Tort streets.
. Vt Vlalttnr Eagles ere Invited to at-
Gi:0 A DAVIS W. P.
WM. C. McCOY. Sec,
tONOLULU LODGE, 016, B. P. O.-I.
fv t Honolulu Lodge No. 1, D. B. 0.
I tike, meets In their hall, on Kins
ff Street, near Fort, every iFrlday ts
y, . alng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
fj t 'nvlted to attcni.
fc, d i'. n. iRHNnKita, 11 n.
GEO. T. KLUnaCL, Sec.
WK. McKINLEY LODGE, HO. 8,
Hhu erenr 2nd and 4th Raturdar
P y,vntng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
g&AHftii, cor. on ana ucrciama, visu
lrLleT brothera cordially Invited to at-
P. F. KILHEY, C. 0.
E. A. JACOHSON, K.
Hmporter Fort St
Jew Shipment of TAHOES ex Sierra
r ITIILIUni Oi rARJUlIJi
tel St- opp. Young Phono 3038
, - , bvcnmu uuuvLii
-Mrs. S. F. Zeave.
I Temoorarily eloeed while away on
buying trip. Open again In September.
68 Young Buildlno
New Stylish Hats
'Summer- styles In millinery at par
i: MIS8 POWER
B08TON BUILDNO, ,FORT 8TREET
1027 Nuuanu Street
BEGINNING JUNE 3
tho Hats at Reasonable Prices
ATTOHNKY W"S STANI.UY, Is
back from n business mission lli.it
called liltn to Hawaii unit Maul.
A GAUTHNllHItO was among tha
relurnliiR pissongcis In llio Inter
Island steamer Muitna Kca UiIb mom
MHS I'm P. UAnniC, widow of tho
Into publisher of tho Oakland Trl
butie, loltirncd trom a trip to tlio vol
c.n no tills morning.
MAKSTON CAMPIiF.l.ti, Superln
tondent of 1'itbllo Wi rks department
who bus been attending n meeting of
the Hawaii Uelt Itoml Commission rq-
turnpil In ltoiiolulii (lilg niornltiR In
tlio Mauna Kc.i
15. J. I.OIID, tlio contractor, who Is
building Die Illlo Hrekwntcr inado u
business trip to tlio Capital iuda as
a passenger In tlio steamer Mniini
nni'trrv siinnnv rirrrnit of
Hllo, lina returned to llio IiIr Island
nftcr n two months' absence on tlio
AI.I.i:N MILLS, onco In tlio cm
ploy of tlio O It. U Co, lint nt
present with Iho Illlo II It will ro
turn shortly to engage again with tlio
O II f. L
nt: ritnnsT- in thi-i city, .inly 21,
toil to Mr nnd Mis S. I)o Freest.
IN ODD PLACtS
Stoned and secreted away In a
number of out of the way places, tlio
lono of Inspectors scut on board tho
Japanese liner Cliljo Mam, by Col
lector of Customs Stackublc, brought
to light sonic three hundred dollar
worth of opium yesterday.
The ilruR was found In all sorts of
containers including tho regulation
tins and also In small tubes undo of
horn. , ,;
Tho inspector ma'ilo(ta systematic
Fell ell of tlio C8sel'.l They vlslto'd
about ;Cxry portloiuof tholiuRQ liner
save where the largo lamount ,of yaliH
"alilq carp,pfiilk nhd tpi,1iairod tho
way to further research'. Two larBO
and throo small size, tins wcio se
cured, n quautlty of opium pipes and
considerable dopo was discolored In
containers other than those, most fam
iliar" to tho searching squad.
Tho pipes, have bcon added to the
already large collection gathered at
tho customs houfce,
IS NOT EASY
When Is an American cltlicn not an
nu rlc.iu tltlzcn? Ii Iho latest puzzlo
Iliat might bo udilid to llio list In the
(.hltdrcu's bonks Tlio nnswer would
rend, Wlun ho Is Dr Alffiil Tcrklns
The doctor piMied tlirouRh jesterday
on bis way to Australia, and Ijeforodo
Ing i-o paid a visit to Judge demons
to auk him about becoming nn Amcr-
Icnu iltlcn once again JIo was bom
in America and on going to Vnncouior
beciinic .i Hrltlslur l'rnm tbcio be
went out to Atu-tralla nnd was nppolnt-,
cd American consul. On Ills return
from the Jjind of the Knngaroo ho
dropped In oh California and was so
Impressed by living on American soil
ngnlii Unit ho took out his llrst papers.
Iluslnoss called. him back to Vancou
ver ugaln, howeci, nnd ho nnui more
becunin it Biibjeit of King Oeorge. Tho
though of America being Just over the
bordir worried lilin, hh bo Is r.7 ,ears
old and wants to present nn American
lussnort to St. I'etir Mo thereforo
wound up his hijidiicss and left for Aus
tralia to lelllo up some little matters
there When bo mines linck again ho
wants to know- bow ho stands, ns ho
ilnlms (hat tho four years spent ns
American consul In Australia should bo
rciognUcd In mniKCtlon witli his lie
coming a citizen ngnlii
tin poured the whole of his troubles
into Judgn demons' ears during tlio
time the escl Mopped here, and the
latter, after carefully going Into tlio,
matter, advised hhn to tako ou new
pupcrs. According to a clauso In tho
naturalization laws, discovered by At
torney Robert 'W. Drcckons, thcro will
be no need for him to tako out now
pnpi rs, as ho -can go along with tho old
TODAY IS CHILDREN'S ' '
DAY AT BALL PARK
Tim ball patk will ring with the shrill
jowls of ouug Ilonoliilans this nftor-
hoon, for this Is to bo kiddles' day, and
small, bronztd. barefooted llttlo tad
fans will swarm Into the grounds from
ivirj nook niiil rapny of Honolulu
Tlio joungsters show a kirn hnoulr
digit of the great national pastime, and
noer will miss an opportunity to call
a bom bead pla down oclfiioiiHly or
jelp out thill- approval when a plai
of bralint is uindc.
Personal attention to all orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jet. H. Love)
i '' ' 1
RETIREMENT OF ALL HAOLE
SKIPPERS IS NOW PREDICTED
JAPANESE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS SOUNDS
DEATH KNELL TO WHIT E OFFICERS. HARBOR FILL-
m up with windjammers: mauna kea an ar
rival FROM HILO. BIG ISLAND PORT WELL NIGH
DESERTED. NOEAU IN F ROM KAUAI.
The Department or Conimunlc itlom
nt Toko, whhh.ls a Jiranch of (ho
Inpaneso goveinment that has to do
with rcRUlutliiR tho navigation nnd
management of all steamships oper
ated by lines drawing n subsidy Is
now reported to hnvo taken steps
which will UMiilt In tlio passage of
n law to-the effect that all .lapancro
steamers must bo commanded by olll
cers whoso plnco of natUlty Is Dal
The arrival of tho Tojo Klsen Kill
pha liner Ohlyo Maru at Honolulu joi-'
terdny morning added much to the
oft-repeated rumor that such n Mop
was contemplated by tho .lapineso
Inquiry made on board Iho big es
scl jetdcrdny elicited the statement
that tho elimination cf foreign oill
tors, especially llio-o who lintq
charge of the navigation of tho ship
was only a matter ot a very short
Tho declarations undo nro now
meliorated by n spicla! cable received
by the Hawaii Slilupn of this city
which states that tho Department of
Communications! will umloiiblcdly
frame laws which will result In tlm
ulllidr.iu.il of such veteran skippers
In tho T. K. K hcrvlco as Cnptitlii
II. S. Smith of Iho Nlpixm Maru
r. V. (Ireen or tho Chljo Mnrii, Htn
Cht Dent of tho Tenvu Maru and A. f!
Stevens of Iho America Mnru The
Hongkong Maru now- hns a .1 ipaues'
In comiunndi Tho snmo Is -nlso trtt"
In tho case of the Ilujo and tho KI)o
Main's ,uov on tho South Auicrlctn
In tho event of tho passage of the
new law. Its provisions wilt not onlj
iffett the. T, K, Iv. but will iiIimi apply
with tho sama force to tho manage
nient of tho Nippon y Yuscn ICalbhn,
the Mitsui Hust.in Kalrdia and 'other
like Bteamship companlra. "
The diljo ofllcers slated yestcrdav
that most' of the vcjsel masters In
ihnrgc of Japanese rlc.imers on tho
Paget Sound nnd tho nurnpean line
arc Japanese, In fact few hnnlo skip.
pern jet remain lit tho service which
vessels llj,, tho Sun lls(j flag of Japan
Rough Weather on Hamakua Coist
Considerable dlfllcully wus evporl
enceil In handling of freight along
llamakna coast porta according to
report btought to this city by I'ursci
Phillips of tho steamer Mauna Kca.
That vessel met with rough wonthcr,
will) stiong trades nnd heavy, easter
ly sets at Laiipahoehoe and Mahu
kpna. At tho MrOiepoi's on Maul
the same brand of weather wuh on-
couutcrrd. Tim lnler-Inlnild flagship
returned to port this morning with
a fair list of cabin and deck passcn
gcrs and tho following Items of gen
ernl cargo: i taiks -twa, .1.1 packages
tajik material, 249') feet, ohl.i luuihcr,
,'M (iids wood, one piano, 1 crates
clilckons, 2r2 sheep and 237 ptck-
Bin Sugar Shlppienta Leave Hawaii,
Tho visit of a number pf Iars cargo
carriers at Illlo thas reduced (he
available, sugar to consldernblo ex
tent, Purser Phillips of tho steamor
ilauuatKea reiiorts tho following lots
as awaiting trauspotlntlou to the
Ohta Sfi30, Wdlnkvn 9000, Hawaii
Mill -t&ou. Walnaku D30U, Onomea
8P08, Pepeekeo 6400, llononni 3r,no
Ilakalati 0000, I.iupaliochoo 13,35,
lOokaJa 8C00, Kukiluu (D) ir,7l. u-
Kaioil (ill nam.iMiu io,uuu, ra-
auliau 7373, Ilonoltaa 11 000, Kukul
haclo 13,000, Puualiiu 7870 and Ho-
ntiapo 3)C0 sacks.
Intpr-ltland Steamer Movements.
O110 Jntcr.-lulanil stoapicr Is 011 tho
jcrlli to, get away fqr K1111.il jiorts on
I t rJ- .
Tel. 1,704,,, iflnses ancl Liquors Jei, 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
'"' '' ' K ( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents MummYChampagne
( Schlitz Beer
Monday evening, it 'l-lng Iho Noenu,
which will taKo general targo and ox
ulosives The Manila Kea arriving
from Hlld and a por will bo ds
p.itclicl for Iho lllg, Island nt ten
o'clock on Tiicfeilny morning, laklng
.1 Inigo niilos, a quantity of luiihcr
and about cmo hundred tons rerllll
tr. Tho steamers Klnaii and Mlkahala
due o nirlvo at tho port at nn oarl'y
hour tomorrow morning will ho ills
patchod nt (lvo o'clock on Tuesday
oriilnrf, Iho Mlkiihnli for Maul, Mo
lokii nod l.anal ports. Iho Klnaii for
Clarden Island iiorls.
Tho Intor-Island rleamer Maup-r,
m. from Konn and Knu Is expected
to nrrl.vo early T11cbd.1v morning nnd
will bo dispatched for windward HjJ
wall lHirls on Friday according In
New York Cargo Enroute.
Sailing from Seattle jrslenlay, tho
Ameilcnu-IIawallnn steamer Virginian
Is report od hrlnglpg down a I irgo gen
cial cargo of merchandise nnd supi
piles for tho railway s stems on Ha
waii Thcro urc extensive shipments
of sleol rails and brhlre material on
boanl. Tho Virginian should nrrivo
l.eio on next4 Bitndnj according td
Hawaiian Sugar at the Isthmus.
i:ieun thousand tons sugar which
left the Hawaiian Islands by the way
of Hllo on Jiily-iStlii In the American
Hawaiian freighter Co'iimhhin nru re
pot led ly cable. as ttaviug arrived nt
CldlJIIlk iylllK Oil 11IIIIUIIU
Mexican on the Way.
Tho Ameriean-Iawallan frelghtur
Mexican with Now York inrgn by the
way of Tohuantcpcc Is reported by
cablo us halnko?rlvod at- San Fran
cisco jcMcrdnpj; Tito vessel1 Is on
loutc to PiirjI Sound .and Honolulu
and Is scheduled to ntrlvo hero on 01
about August LUIl.
Sparko from the Wireless.
1. M. S, S. Siberia, on routo from
San Franeli-Lo to Honolulu, S p. in ,
July 311180 miles from San IVuii-tlt-co.
M.N. S S. Wllhelmliu, en roule
fiom Honiiliilit to San Frnnclbco, S
p. nt , J lily 21831 miles fiom Ho
nolulu lino weather, all well.
Harry Pond Branches Out.,
H.irry-A. Popil, who is tin old bteam
ship hind and hau been a fiequent
visitor to thin port as u steward lit
Oteanle and Mutson Navigation
elp inters, Iiuh decided to forsake Iho
raging main for .1 llio on shoio, Har
ry will open 11 cafo fiul has solcctcd
a location 011 Hotel street which place
of business wilt ho ready for to ac
commodate tho gastrnqonilcs by next
Saturday. Pond has many friends
along Iho w.itcrfmnt who will wish
him well In his new venture.
Clerra Has Sailed.
A eubloirecelved at, tho ofaco ofi 0.
Bi ewer nod Conipapy, Iropioscutlng
tho Oceanic Stcumslilp Cninpany to
day nnnoiiucLd thu dppurtpro of tho
Etcanibhip Sierra from San ,Franclsco
ot twtlvo o'clock' today. Tho vessel
Is duo 1o niiivo oft Iho port at fifty
nine minutes to six o'clock on next
Friday morning according to
thiibo who 1 l.ilm lo net llter timo
piecua by thij going and coming of
tho Oceanic bo it,
Siberia An Arrival on Monday Morning
Tho 'aclie Mail liner Biuotla wlttt
about four bundled tons general car
go snmo passengers nnd n mainland
mull Is duo to nrrivo oft tho port -it
Mil early hour on Mniray morning nq
(coidlng to Iho cilrulallonB of II. lately
' ' M rf
fcld nnd Ccnipanj, licr agents. Thu
Siberia will In nil ptnluldlltV he ills,
patcliod for Jap-tti potts and Hong
kong at live o'clock Itiu sinio day.
Nearly a Million Spent on Transport.
Cnoiigli money has bocn spoilt on
Iho United Stales Army transport
Thomas during tho list ten jears to
have laid down nnd completed sev
eral modern passenger steamers jot
with tho passing or July Cth. Pacltlc
.'liriHttfCnDlrncturn turned over to thu
(Jnltfd i States government authorities
the figaln rcjuvlnntcd Thomas upon
whlc(t ias Just been expended anoth
Tho JUnlted States Army transport
Thomas? on which repair work was
started over a ear ago nt an Oakland
shipyard, camo ulongs'do tho Folspni
stiect wharf nnd later wan lo go to
Marc Island to have tho In-vl work
douq. The contract lor tho ovciliaul
Ing of Iho trnopbhlp amounted to near
1 700,000 nnd was the largest ever
let In this poit. Tho contract called
for pcnnlty of $100 n day for every
day loqulrcd over tho specified time.
In delivering tho vessel to the gov em
inent vcstcnhiy the contractors were
tollovcd of any pcnnlty payment, the
time being up July Cth.
Tho Inspection was made of the
Thomas by Majorn Oratit and Young
for tho department, who expressed
themselves ns pleased with tho work.
It la expected that tho entlro work on
the Thomas will bo completed In Sc
tpmbcr nnd Hint she will tako the
sailing on that month to tho Philip
Government In Coastwise Trade,
WASHINGTON. July 8. An iinthl
tloim Fchemo In make tho United
States (Internment tho overload of the
transcontinental rates oven beforo
the Panama canal Is completed Is
contained In a bill introduced In the
Houso today by Hpprcscntitllvo Ste
phens of ,tn Angeles
The bill appropriates $0,000,000 for
Iho constrtictlop of nt leabj six shlpi
of not less 'than fifion tons displace
ment nnjl Iho iiccobsary terminals to
lie used In tho const trado on tlio At
lantic, Pacific nnd Gulf coasts. The
Sccrotnty of War Is to havo charge
of them nnd to have tho right to use
them ns Army transports In time of
war., For that reason they tiro to lie
Tho hill sns that tho ships shall
lynch at Portland, Seattle, San Fran
cisco, Iis Angeles nnd San Diego on
tio Pacific, Boston, New Yoik, Phila
delphia. Ilaltlmorp, Charleston Nor
folk and Savannah, on tho Atlantic;
Mobile, New Orlinns and Oalvestou,
on the Oulf coast. It tho bhlps should
be completed beforo tho canal Is open
ed they are to ph on the Pacltlc
Itoprcscntatlva Stephens frankly
said his main putpoje. In Introducing
tho bill is to provldo soma method
whereby tho (!o eminent muy rcllovo
tho country from what ho calls the
tyranny ot Iho transcontinental rail
roads, which, of course, aro either In
control or In rombliit'llnn with prac
tically, every lino of hhlps touching
at the pmta on tho threo coasts men
Purbla On "Rooa's" Run.
The loss of tho steamer Santa Itos.t
has completely disrupted tho coast
Vlso schedules of The I'aclllc Coast
Steamship Company n-ul Iho dltTerenl
vessels of the fleet will hue to bo
changed about considerably until a
pcriiptucnt rernnstiucttoii of (ho vari
ous runs ran be made says the S. I.
Chionlcle. This tho oniclnls of the
company admit will not bo osslhle
until n couple of btenmers havo cith
er been built, purchased or charter
ed. The run of the Sanl t llosa between
tills port and Southern California
points will ho taken temporal ily b)
the City of Piichla, which will nuke
two trips until rcllovcd by tho State
of California, which has been recall
ed fiom tho Sonttle-Soulhcastcm
Alaska service. Tho lato ot Califoi
n la's plnco In tho north will ho takon
by tho fstciimors Itoiitunl and Delhi
Whllo tho t'ucbin Is making tho twp
ruiia between hero and. tho south Iter
place on tho San Frauclscn-Pitgct
.Sound routo will bo occupied by .the
llttlo steamer Curacao, which piles on
tho Mexican run.
Improvements In Kobe Harbor.
Tho flint section ot the Kobe hnt-
bot works was completed on May Hi,
mid two warehoiibes of 1,033 square
feet nnd 2 301 squaio tout opened foi
tho Htoijgo of goods. (A map of tho
new harbor woiks Is filed foi public
infoionco at tho Human of Mnnufac
tuien.) Work on the Hist section,
which 1ms bcon going on for thrco
jcarji, has been piostjy dredging and
reclaiming tho land opposlto the bund
(wofor frqnt), Tho warehouses lust
completed (tio connected by a wide,
bridge wlllt (ho business section of
tho city. Small craft, lighters, etc.,
pas,s from tho harbor under thlsbildgo
to u cli amber. Voik op tho pics s
being pushed forward steadily.
Tho oxtonslou of the lamlng place
for passengers, which was coiinteuc
ed In 1910, has been recently com
pleted, This Improvement has bocn
inuejt needed, asv t vns often neces
sary Tor passengers to climb oer
Ihreo or four hiuneheu In landing or
Tho Jnpqiicbo (lovariuucut having
recently placed an older with tho Ka
wasaki Dock) aid Co., nt this port, foi
tho innstriietlon nt nil iiiliioied eluls-c-i
of 27,000 tons. It bi uecessiti) that
tho nccnmiuod.itloii nt tho uuU
r ' '
Fit for an
Yon get mora than good
You get tho choicest leaves of Cuba's finest crops, and only
tho choicest! -
tobacco that Is selected for Its raro perfection in flavor, Its
exquisite fragrance. ,
Royalty commands no better.
Not if you were 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 theso
cigars what you would for equal
quality In the Imported.
The difference lies In the duty
i .,27 D)hrpt Shapes
MA. GUNST 4 CO. "The
should bo greatly Increased. The
largest steamer herttoforo built by
tho Kawaaald Co. mo the Mlshlina
Maru and tho Mlvuzakl Mnru, ot 9,0(10
(ni)s each, for tho Nippon Yusen Hai
nan, in older that tho extensions
can bo, carried out, tho Navy Depirt
nienl lias depoalted $1,000,000 with
the Kobe branch of Iho Hank pf Ja
pan, which Is to he dliiwit on by tho
cotppaliy ns Improvements nio effect
ed. . .
The x)id-l tiling Drglnccilng mm
pnny, with ii bid of ?!.', 17u, was tj)i'
iiiwc-n imiiier i.y ... '"'
OPEN BIDS FOR
e. U)W.UU .. .o...u,. "'t,I. Conn. CO. Collnls and wlfo, Misses
u . ..w,..-. """' ""c'o In s. V. I. Parker. Mrs. A. Catlln
rint.tt Cnllnnn. O-ltlu It r., itrTftrml t,k - '
u,, ...v ....o ...... ...., ...
do the work In 120, day a j fxt
Illddliig' was luon and close, niul
tho offers will bo canvassed and pass
ed tqion by Iho bpanl ot trustees. Tpo
figures arc us follows:
I-ord-YouiiK lnglmcrlnR Co. $JV
173, 120 day .
Honolulu Pacific Mill, $27,990, I
Coiiciute CniiDtiuclInn Comptny1,
$29,910, 105 days.
Pac.ifle Knglnccrliig Co , $31 100, ISO
Snniuol Hvitns, $31,809, 200 ihia.
Jqhn Omlcrklrk. $32 727, 220 day.i.
1'. Hadlcy, $33,321, 17.-. days.
John Walker, $38,000. 210 dajs
Tompointurcs. U ii. m, 7G; 8 n. m.
77; noon, 80; niornlin; mlnliiiiim, 74.
Ilaromcler, S n. Ill, 30.03; nbholuto
humidity, 8 it. in, b7H5 giuliis pel
tuhlc foot; id itlvo hiiiuhlity, 8 a. in,
5q per cent; dew point, 8 n. in . 00.
Wind. 0 it. in. velocity 6, direction
I!; 8 a. m, velocity C, direction H;
10 a. m., velocity 13, direction N5;
noon, velocity 12, illicetlnu NH.
llnlnfall during 2 hours ended S
a. m , ,02 Jnc)i. , v ,
Total wind muvumeiit dining 21
huurs ended lit noon, 225 miles.
Tho weekly unulyllc report of I'pod
(.'ununlsslumr V. II Ulaiuhuid shuw-s
Hint ono biiinplo of milk tcstid was
Hllghtty under standard, while thuo
samples of pol were so lo.v us to war
rant prosecution It Is Indies ed that
nothing will bo done, honcvir, ns pre
vious anal sis hnvo shown tho milkers
to bo well within tho riqiihpmciits.
Thn iiiihon given for thu thcre.isu Is
that owing to thu hmg iitmruntlno tlio
tnio becainu over rlpo and consequent
ly worthless, 'Tills has been allow od
to pass as pn excuso to dute, but Mill
not carry uny weight Ip the future.
A sale Is to take placo at the Capi
tol, Moutay next, at noon. A rept
mint consisting of 2 OS itcies at rfa
poopoo has an upset pilco ot $30,000
cash on It, T)ip cost of stomps and
patent will ho at tho expense of the
Tljo lease jif lot No. 7 In Honolulu,
situated on "tho corner of Aala and
Ueietanla containing 24758quaio tout
will ulso bo put up. Tho upset lentnl
(if this Is $12(1 per upuiiin. payable
hcii-iummlly In advance. ThotciniH
of thp JeiiBo nrp for ffteep jenis. und
subject to limitation at any time uft
cr ten cnis upon pile jeais wjjtten
nollie. Thn lessee is to treet upon
thu piemlscs u bulldlni; oi buildings
to cost not less than $2000.
Havana tobacco In Van
which we save by making our
clgara In Tampa, Florida.
In all other respects, they're
tho same as the Imported. Wo
even employ Cuban experts In the
And there's a Van Dyck Qual
ity Cigar for every taste from
the thin, mild panetela to tho fat,-full-flavored
3-for-25o and Uuward
House of Staples" Distributors
Saturday, July 22.
Jlllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
tlinr., a m.
Kauai ports Noenu, slmr., n. in.
Hawaii porta Ukcllkc, utmr, a. in.
Friday, July 21.
San Francisco Chlyo Mnru, Jup.
btinr., G p. m.
Australian ports via Fanning Isl
and Maktuit, C.-A. S. S, 6 p m.
Hawaii via Maul ports Cl.iiidluc,
slmr., 5 p. in.
(iav loin Santa -Muila, Am. slmr,
p. m. ' '
Per slmr. Mnuun Ken, fiom Hllo
ami way ports, Jul)" 22. Sin, .1, M.
";""' 7" ,v' Kobson, W. 8. Ilowcn, H. P. Kennedy
when icndnrsl,,.. . ,, ,.,., ,,,
MB, W. S. Ilowcn. C. M. Davles. Mra
.. n ., ,
Atrs; 0. M. Doughty. Miss J, Morris,
Miss rA". Munroo, A Garlbnberg, G.
Kiurdallcvvlcz, Cecil Hi own, Dr. Craig
and wife, Leo Tomn. W. Tin Cholig.
Mrs. Jl. C, Sndlcr, Mis. Mead, II. D.
Hesso and wife, MIs Craig. Mrs. I
P Darglc, T. Osakl. K. Dcbhn, M.
(Inmos, It, Quliin.'j. llettciienuit nnd
wife, Mrs A. Andrew n and child, II.
D upon, Chllej Chciui?, jtirs C. F. Zen
and 2 chlldien, II. T. Hnjscldcn, Mnr
slou Campbell, K. J. Iud, A. Iloths
child. A M. Now ell, K C. Platts, Mlsa
IC M. Porter. Mrs. P. Talor, Miss
Cnhlll, Mrs. Cahlll. Mrs. C. M Mals
doll, W. 11, Httn, W K. Nolley, C.
II W. Norton, W. K Dovcreailx. W.
N. Kniiahipiiila J Der, W. I. Stan
ley, W. Mesherg. N 1. Scliocnberger,
W. S Crane, W. Thlclcu. F. J. I.ln
detinan, M. F. l'enii. II W 1). Mc
Krnzle. Mis. Heen, Mrs. W. Ilnoka
nul, Mrs, P Jnttett and daughter.
Miss A. Mngulre, Miss H. Hall, M. J
F.iHsoth, J A. Potrcbla. A. C. Ilctts
nml, wlfp. Miss ,1.. Franks, II lllblno,
(! A Dell. P. A. Giirmifn, K Muin
kuml nnd son, C. F. losa wlfo niul
child, Mis. Akl and 2 children. W. T.
Grelg. K. Illli.t, Miss Iloss, Miss M.
Sljva, N. Imaftigl, Mrs A. M. No
well, Miss Nowell, Muster Nowell, U.
Guy, Miss IJ. Dunn, Motohlwa, Kat
Bumoto. IN FOREIGN PORTS. '
Saturday, July 22.
MAIHJKONA July 23: Sailed, DM
limgnrd, for San ;''ranclsco.
SAN FKAN018CO July 21: Silled.
S. S. General Hubbard, for l'cail
SHATTI.K July 21 Soiled, S. S.
Vliglillun, for Honolulu,
SAN FUANCISCO Arrived, July 23:
u tt in , S. S. Houoliilan, houio July
SAN FUANCISCO Al lived, July 21:
11 n, m, S. S. Manchuria, heuci
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, July 22:
S. S. Jinterpilso rnim Illlo, July 13
SAN FrtANCJSCO Sailed, July 22.
nqon, S 8. Sierra for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Aulved, July 22: S. 9.
Korea, licuco July 11,
S. S. 8IUEIUA. will nirlvo fiom Sm
Frnnclbco, 7 a in, Monday and sail
for Yokohama at B p. in,
s e "
Aviator F.ugcne Hcth fell 100 foot
nt Doston ow ing to tho crunk shaft qt
his biplane breaking.
TO CURE A C01O IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinino
Tablets, AH druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
15. W. Grovo's signature is on
PARIS MCUICINIS CO, St. Lotus, U 3. A.
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