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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JULY 24, 1911.
Al' visiting membirn of tta
Order are cordially Invited to
Uteml meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M,
.inmr ruriutcnM scuiucii vi
tannic tnoiiiccaa othei All0,
jSIIEFIGIAL A?Snr.IATI0)t cktion, oor
KAWAHAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. V.
Meets (Terr first and third Thura-
laya ot each raonth at Knlghti of
Pytlilaa Hall. Visiting brother car
nally Invited to attend.
W J HOP.INSON, Snpliynt
13. V. TODD, C. of IL
U0N0LUIU AEIULE, 140, . 0. Z.
MeeU on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY avenlnga ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Oeretaola and Fort street.
Visiting Eagle are InvlUd to at
Gt:o A. DAVIS W. P.
wm. c. itccov, sec
HONOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P.,0.
Clke, meet in their hall, , on King
Street, near Fort,Vrj( Friday .afe
olng. Visiting Drother.arer cordially
'nvlted to atteni. '
n p. p.. isnNDnna, r r.
abo.'r. KLunaCL, sec.
WM. McKHILEY L0DQB, NO. 8,
- - - r. of p.
"- Heece erry"2nd and h Saturday
vealug at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brotbera, cordially Invited to at-
F. F. KILBEY, O. O. n
E. A. JACOUSON.-K. R. S.
Importer Fort St
New Shipment of TAHOES ex 8lerra
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young - Phone 3088
Mrs. S. F. Zeave,
Temporarily cloied while away on
buying trip. Open 'again In September.
63 Young Building
New Stylish Hats
Summer etylev In millinery at par
lore of . ,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
1027 Nuuanu Street
BEGINNING JUNE 3
All the Hate at Reasonable Prices
WM HAHTELS, the Wnlohlnn
randier, a tnurrlt'il tu Honolulu on
July 14 to Miss Esther Kuhiitc, u
Bchool teacher ot this city , ,
M118 PAUL JA1IMKTT and d.lgif
U'r.tetiirrieil'floin Hnwulf Saturday.
Mil. ANB MI19. W. 8. IlOWEN.lwho
huvu been vlaltltig thu olcuno, rc-
turncd to town on tho Miutna Kea.
ARTHUR ' M. 11U0WN returned
from Kimal yesterday on the Klimti.
8 T. STAHHETT, the small fnrm
Investigator, Is still on the other Isl
nnds. rile wus expected to return jes-
1)11 I" D UAHNES, who has had
churgo of the practice of l)r Water
house on Kauai while tho latter hus
heeii away, returned to town yester
day and will resume practice here.
MISS WILLIAMS, daughter of Land
Agent Williams of Hllo Is In the city
for a two weeks' stny.
W1LKRKD HARRISON returned on
the Makiira from school nt Victoria
to spend his vacation with his par
ents, Mr and Mrs. Fred Harlrson
iu:v. noumiT n. smith, of the
Methodist Episcopal church Ieae3
Frlda) next for Muul whore ho Will
sta n week. During that time he will
preach at various centers. Mr. Smith
was asked down by the Maul folks,
MARSHAL HI:NDIIY Is expected to
return from Hawaii and Maul on
JAMES WAKEriELI) nnd the fam
ily are to take up tliclr resilience In
I lie new homo on Pacific Heights diir
nig the week
PAUL POTELEM, a represeijjutlve
the HottiBChllds, Is procflTlng In
e Slberin'-to Hongkong where It Is
stated that the hlg firm will establish
JULIUS PADKLA, Is an arrival In
thu Slherln today having came down
from the coast with a commission to
forward a series of illustrated urtl
ties pertaining to tho Islands, which
uro said will appear in the Cosmopo
Ulan, Sunset, and other publications.
I'ndcla comes well recommended as n
MISS 11CLRN KIMIIALL. sister, to
Manager Clifford Kimball at Halelvja,
has, returned to'tHdnpliilu as apiiti
sengor 'In' the Tnelflc Mull lliter,! Si
beria. , .,!! t '
to take station
OE01irJE"81MMIE. at Hie head of
ono of tho largest stevedoring and
compradorlng firms In tho Far East
nnd located at Manila, Is a through
pnsseugerlit the Siberia, after-having
spent some time on tho Pacific coast
on liuslneBs and pleasure bent. Mrs
Slmmlo accompanies him.
LEE PAY, a well known Chines
merchant with branches at various
Chlnn coast ports is teturnlng home
after a bulng trip extending 'through
tho mainland, '
MKS. GEORGE WOLF, the widow
of tho lato Geoige E. Wolf, a member
of the Manila Importing firm ot Castle
Ilrothcrs-Wolf and Sons Is a through
passenger In tho Siberia. She is re
turning after having Bpont some tlmo
at San I'mnclsco.
nit. JOHN O. POLAK. a noted sur.
gcon, Is making a round trip to tho
East as a passenger In the Pacific
Mall liner Siberia.
C1EOHC1E F. IIUSSELL, Mrs. Hus
sell and Miss Nnn Mussel are a nartv
of Portland, Oie. people who n'ro mak
ing a tour In tho Siberia destined for
far Eastern ports. Mr. Mussel) is
prominently identified with tho bank
Ing Interests1 6f the Oregon metropo
I. L. LOMPMEY. representing tho
Ameilcan Uiblo Society Is proceeding
to Japan, and to station In the Inter
ests of thai organization. Ho Is a
passenger In the Siberia.
1)11. HOWAMD AM73S, connected
with the medical staff of the United
States nay and stationed at float Isl
and Is making a brief visit to the
Islands as n passenger In tho Sllic
rla. Dr. Ames is accompanied by hla
daughter, Miss M. Ames,
W. It SCOTT, Assistant flcneral
Manager of the Southern Pacific lines
Is nuking a acatlon trip to tho Isl
ands. He arrived' In the Siberia this
morning accompanied by Mrs. Scott
I. TAHN McQUnW, who has been
absent from the Inlands for the past
six years, the greater part of tho tlmo
having been spent lit Paris, returned
to Honolulu this morning on a short
visit. Ho was Included In tho pas
sengers anhlng In the Pacific Mail
steamer Siberia this morning.
Joshua Tucker of the public worka
department held a sale at noon today
at the Capitol building There weie
two lots put up and both were sold
Tho first was what Is known as n
remnant at Napoopoo, South Kona,
Hawaii, an dcontalus an area of 2 o."
ucres. Tho upset pi lie on this was
fifty dollais but It was brought at
sixty-due. 'Iho buyer Is M, K. Mn
Tho second lot wns a leaso on Iho
corner of llerotanla and Aala. Tho
conditions laid down that tho hiiyoi
had to ciect u building or buildings
woilh $2,000 within lle jeaia. The
loabi) was bought In by Yang Clieu
Klnin for $121. The upset ptlco was
Weekly Ualletla tl per rear,
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, 'i -proceeillng to Shanghai
Personal attention to all order.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (J. H. Love)
BgiM-n - J.MM.MMMMMasaaaaai.M..aaeBMaaeaMaeeMBaiajwoiam
AGAINST IMPOSITION OF FINE
SEVERAL NEW FACES ARE TO BE SEEN IN THE RANKS
OF SIBERIA OFFICERS. HEAVY FREIGHT FOR MANILA.
NEWSBOY IS HERE WITH LUMBER. INTER-ISLAND
STEAMERS NOW LOADING AND DEPART TOMORROW.
While a line of $19,70. Is hanging
oor tho head of Captain Adrian Zeed
er, nuiBter of the Puclllc Mall liner
Siberia1; tho well known skipper dldi
not display any gieat concern or
nnxlety upon his urrhnl nl Alakeu
whurf shortly after nine o'clock this
Cn'ptuln Zt'cdcr, who Is tho victim
of the Federul Government's dis
pleasure in thut some live hundred
nnd fifty tins or prepared opium hud
been found on bourd und confiscated,
remained noncommittal this morning
regarding the seizure.
It 1b understood that the skipper
United States Commissioner ut
San Francisco, Just before the
departure of tho Siberia for
Honolulu, asking thut the big line
amounting close on to twenty thous
and dollars, be rescinded. It Is the
belief on board the Siberia that the
assessment will not be levied as In
ulmoBt all similar cases the vessel
masters have not been held negligent
If It Is proven thnt they have itaken
ordinary precaution to prevent the
unlawful Importation or tho! drug by
the uld of their steamers. Th4 mutter
of levying a fine Is automatic In that
It is equal to the uppralsed value 6t
the opium which tho San Francisco
customs officers removed from the
A few days before the sailing of tho
Siberia rrom the coast word wub
flashednlong,tli)inIIUM thut u inuiii
moth loir raft en routo from'Astorla
IfriSan'-FrifUcIsco , UUd broken: up
while in tow of tho steamer Fruncls
II. lggett. The drifting cigar
shaned ruft was a. matter 'of deep
concern to tho iiuvigutlng,of!lcerH in
the Siberia until Jthu danger wnu
hud been passed. Its whereabout Is
said, to have kept'u number of mar
iners busy taking Its position niid
giving sovorul tug-boats u wild-goose
chase. The Hedstack tugs Dellunce
and Sen Queen woro dispatched to
sea to locate the derelict, which had
been reported off the lower cou'st. Al
though It was originally understood
when the Francis II. Leggett cast off
her cables that tho ruft hud gone
completely to pieces, thero were u
couple of reports thut n largo sec
tion of tho ruft was still Intuct. Ac
cording to the reports of tho tugs,
however, tho raft, lias .spread Itself
out over it'Jurge ilfeu ot) ttiQ ocean.
Tha Siberia ls -discharging four
hundred and, fifty ttups..of , general
cargo at AlaWea wharf tpay prepara
tory to sailing, ut five o'clock ror
Japan ports, Manila und Hongkong.
The vessel brought CS,' cabin, 13 sec
ond class and one stcerugopasxeu
ger for Honolulu. Tho through' list
Includes 7! cabin, 7 second cIush und
78 steerage passengers.
The Siberia calls ut Manila on tho
outward vovago and In hor spacious
hold thero are several thousand tons
ot quartermaster supplies for the
army and navy department In tho
A fine voyage Is reported down from
San Francisco. Among tho passen
gers uro A. A. Young nnd family of
Honolulu, who huvu been visiting on
the western coast; Dr. Howard E.
Ames of the Gont Island nuval sta
tion, who Is on a vacutlon; Gerald
Joppy, the new French consul at
Shanghai; W. It. Scott, an olllchil ot
the Southern Pacific Company, at
companled by his wife und daughter,
will remain over huiej Mrs Georgo
E Wolf und Miss A. L Iewls ot Ma
nila, leturnlng from u vacutlon spent
on the western coustj Dr. W. E. Mus-
gruvo of Malillu; G. W. Slmmle, head
ot u stevedoring film In tho Philip-
pines, und wife, who havo been visit-
Ing their old homo In Sun Piandsco
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer kf;
Almott a Dally Mall Service,
Theio will bo four steamers do
parting to tho coast within flvo dava
during thu first part of August If the
existing fchediiles are maintained
Thu Mntson Navigation sleamer Lur
llne Is due to depart on August 1st
followed by tho Oceinic steamer SI
enn on the 2nd. The United States
Army transport lluford Is believed
may sail for San Francisco on tho
4th while tho Pacific Mall liner Mon
gollu Is bulletined to depart fur the
mainland on August bth.
Hyadea Coming Down from the Sound
With a largo general cargo and a
deck load of lumber Jtlie Mutson Na
vigation ctrnmcr Iljudcs Is rcKrted
tr have sailed fiom Seattlo yester
day with destination us Honolulu and
Island ports. Iho Mutson vessel call
ed nt San Francisco for consignments
of 'cargo before completing her freight
at Pugel Sound. The Hyudes should
arrive lioro within nine dnys from
dato of depirlnrc
Waddon Now Due.
Tho llrltlsh freighter Waldon under
charter tit bring a full shipment of
Australian coal to Honolulu consign
ed lo the Inler-Mund Steam Navi
gation Company Is now' duo to arrive
at this jxjrt dall Tho vessel sallcl
frpm Newcastle, N. 8. Y, twentj
threo du ago. Tho Waddon has
covered IJio distance in less than
tweutj-onq davs on a previous vo-
Barkentlne Completes Cargo.
TftKing.neaTl.v1 twoMhbusand tons
sugai at Hawaiian ports including
Muhukoria, Ilia barkentluo Irmgurd is
reijorteil lo liayenalleil ror Sail Fran
cisco on Instjjfaturday. , ("
Korea Has Reached Japan.
Thoi Pacific, 'Mall liner Koiea htm
airlvcd Atf Yokohama', Japan, accord
ing lo a cablo that has reached tho
local blanch of tho Merchants' Ex
change. Tho Korea sailed fiom Ho
nolulu on July 1 1 tli.
New Management for Portland Atlatlo
One of (ho most Important deals
In recent voara and ono which vlll
mean much to Puget Sound shipping
Intcu'btH wns consummated when
Frank Waterhouso & Co. mummed
pniitinl or thu Portland und, Asiatic
Steamship Coinminy. taking over nil
or tho big llnerifof tliat company's
ttiet. I HiM " '
VtFlve jblg iftonrnsiilps nrtj acquired
ny I lie, ileal, me airuiuiyun, neiiriK,
Ibsen, n'gja and Jlerculcs, and thtso
vessels mlded to the steamships l.u
eerlc, Orterle, Kumerlo. aipl Suvcric,
which nro now being operated between
Paget Sound und Japan, China am) tho
Philippines will make Iho Water
house tlect ono of tho most formid
able In the world.
Another Important phase, of tho
transaction Is tho tact that tho Ilurrl
man railroad system, which has been
seeking a new outlet to tho Orient
from Seattlo, will havo a working
niraugement with tho line.
Tho ileal will place tho Oregon
Washington llnllroad and Navigation
Company and allied Harrlmigi iutei-
csts on u, fooling with tho Noitbern
Pacific, Gront Northern and tho Chi
cngo, Milwaukee & Puget Sound In
reganl to tradO with tho Far Hast
An iiupoitnut Increase In Imports
and oxpmtH nt tho port of Seattle Is
certain lo result from tiio ncquirim;
ot tho tcshcIs of the Portland nnd
Asiatic Steamship Company.
Satisfied With Stlrjar Movements.
A. M Nowell, rqprcsenllng tho Sug-
nr Fuclurs Company who has paid u
visit to Maul and Hawaii lxn'ts Is
leiKirled ,hy the, Hlio press ns well
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i&M! is "ALxtiLu . j ,a . in 'i - j. .i jiat ii i ill aaiMBiniTirni-arif "n iiaiiaM hi in mi imi waaaaoiaaaaaii ian
pleaRed at the progress mado In tho
handling of sugar destined for ship
ment to thu mainland tu speaking
ut the matter ho said:
"1 have been spending considerable
time In looking Into tho shipping of
sugar from thlr port, which Is or spe
cial tntciest, as sugar horo is not on
ly handled rrom lighters., ns Is tho
case nt Kuhulul and Kunnapnll, but
is coming on board lit the sntnu tlmo
fiom tho lntor-Islund steamers. Dur
Ing tho flrRt day or two Hint I wns
lieie there was not so much going
on, ns the Wltuclmlna was handling
sugar, which held back Hid work on
"Fiom what I have seen I shoull
Bay that tho work was being carried
on vory well and mnooihly hero and
the different companies seem to work
Very 'well together. Tho nop hero this
year Is large, but Is being easily han
dled und overythtug Is going nlong
New Faces In Siberia Official Ranke,
A mimler of new faces appealed In
tho rnnks of officials In tho Pacific
Mnll liner Siberia upon arrival or that
veistl ut tho it this morning.
First or nil Is M II. Hunt, who won
for himself u nnnio nnd reputation
ns purser In tho lato lamented Asia
When Hunt returned to San Finn
clsco following upon tho disaster to
the AsJit, ho was not left long without
emplojinenti Attcr, "tprvlng a rtw
wocka'Hu tho Pacific Mall general
Oftlco, tho genial Hunt wns fmiini to
Vie too good ii'mun io vegUato nnd he!
was sent out In tho SJberla (or ouo
round trip until ho isifinully placed
In tho purscr'n office of, ono of tho
big boats. Hunt was greeted With en
thusiasm lllion hlit return In thntmibii
E. Ij. Hawyos Is now In charge of
the gastronomlcnl ilopur'tiiinnt In tho
Siberia, ho having nclilnvj fnmn
extending around the' PacTfoI while
Fcrvlng In n similar capacity in the
Chief Engineer Hamilton laid off
for ono round trip und hlg place Is
being filled by W. A. Hldout
Willnm (laune, now; .freight clerk
In tho Siberia also enmo In ror a por
tion or the genoral reception passed
out to the return or Iho old timers.
Guugo was fonncily ntoirkcopcr on
the Panama lun hut tho call of Iho
East proved too strong and he has
accepted n boiler btrlh
WASHINGTON, July 8. An ambi
tious scheme to mnl Die United
States Government the met load of tho
transcontinental rates even before
the Panama canal Is couuilcted Is
contnlnec'.' In u bill Introduced In the
House today by Meprescntntlvo Ste
phens or Los Angeles
Tho bill npprnprlatos $C,000,000 tor
Jliqconstiucllon of at least,. x sblpii
oi not less tnun boou tons displace
ment and the i neceifturylL terminals to
be used in thu const trade on tho At
lanllc. Pacific nnd Gulf roasts. Tho
Secretary of War Is to havo charge
of (hem nnd to have tho right to use
litem as Army transports In time of
war. For that reason they ure to bo
Tho bill snyH that tho ships shall
touch at Portland, Seattle, San Fran
clsco, Los Angeles and Sun Diego on
the Pacific: Iloston, New York, Phila
delphia, Ualtlmore, Charleston, Nor
folk and Savannah, on tho Atlantic;
Mobile, New Orleans nnd Galveston,
on the Guir co-ist. U thu ships should
bo completed bcloro ll'o canal Is open
ed they uro to ply on tho Pacific
lteprrsentntlvo Stephens frnnklj
said his malii purjiour In Introducing
thu bill Is to piovldo some inuhnd
whorehy tho Government may relievo
tho country fiom what he calls, the
tvrnnnyof thu transcontinental tall-
roads, .which, of course, are either In
control or In ''combination with prac
tically every Hue of. ships touching
nt tho ports on the threo coasts men
tioned. ' W
The flrst'Hectloii of tho Kobe har
bor workH was cppipleled on May 15,
and two warehouses ot 4.UH2 square
feet and 2,:iOI squai'o feet opened foi
tho storugo of goods. fA map of the
now linibor works Is filed Tor public
rcferonco nt tho lluioaii of Manufac
lures) Work on tho first stctlop,
which hus boon going on for three
j ears, has been mostly dredging ami
leclatmlng tho hind opposite tho blind
(wuter front). Thu warehouses Just
completed uro connected by a wide
brlil go with (he business section ot
tho city. Small crntt, llghteis, etc.,
pass rrom tho harbor under this bridge
to a chamber. Work on tliu plciu Is
being pushed forward steadily.
Tho extension or the lauding place
Tor pnssungors, which was commenc
ed In 1!)10, hnB been recently com
pleted. This Improvjincnt has been
mncji needed, ns It vas often neces
sary ror passengers to climb over
thiee or four launches In landing or
Tho Jnpanoso Government iavlm;
recently placed uu unlet with tho Ka
wasaki Dockvord Co, at this port, roi
tho construction or uu armored ciuls-
er of 27,000 tons, It Is necessary thnt
the accommodation ut tho vaul
sliquld bo greatly Inciensod. Tho
luigest bteainer hoirtnforo built by
tho Kawasaki Co. aio tho Mlsiilm.i
Mum and tho Mlynmki Mam, or 9,000
Ioiib each, ror tho Nippon Yusen Knl
shu. Ill older that Iho extensions
pan bo rnriled out. tho Navy Depart
ment lias deposited $1,000,000 with
Hie Kobe hiancli ot tho Hank of Ja
pan, which Is to bo drawn on by tho
company as Improvements aro effect
ed. L- W
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ments from inombeis of tho party
able to talk, was the result of the
machine's skidding and turning over.
Thu accident happened Just beyond
tho cntrnnco to thu polo grounds. Tho
party Wns coming In from Hnlelwa
in Thompson's inachtno, and Thouip
son was driving, It Is said ut jho rate
of about twenty mllos un hour. Com
ing down tho hill by tho ihiIo grounds
tho soil wus wet and slippery with
iccent rains and oil on tho to id, nnd
tho machine got bojond control. It
sMiiikd for over a bundled feet, ac
cording to those who saw the sieno
of tho accident, and then tho machine
Nlcotl wan filnned timlci the back
wheel, Mrs. Nlcoll thtouii clear of
tho car, Mrs. Thompson pinned ho
twecn the front wheel and the wnll
ami Thompson under the steering
gear. The latter was able to crawl
out and help was quickly tendered
by Mr. and Mrs. Ed. llulscnherg,
Judgo Perry, an army officer, C. A.
Stanton, and Miss 1 Mile Neumann,
who were returning rrom a plclnc,
Mrs. Thompson was pulled fromun
der tho car, and nttor a short whllo
tho car was llrted off joung Nlcoll.
who wns Immcdiattiv lushed to, tho
Fort Shutter hospital. Doctors Ken
nody nnd Smith of tho post, Dr. Hod-
gins and Dr. Judd all worked over tho
lujiiiod persons nnd it was duo to tho
timely aid given by those mcntlouc I
that iho results ot the accident nrc
'''Thompson Is known ns a rcmnrk
nbly good but n fast driver, said his
friends around tho city todny. Tho
accident Is generally ascribed to n
combination of tho speed of thu nuto
and tho condition of tho road.
Young Nlcoll Is about tvvcnly-thrto
cars old, nnd was married lo n Los
Angeles girl threo months ago, com
ing Immediately aftciw.ird to Hawaii.
Tho marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Thomp
son only a few wicks ago here wim
ono of the society events of tho sea
son. Tho nccldent to young Mcoll Is
deeply regretted by all his friends
It has recalled the fact thut the death
or his father was said to bo directly
duo to un nccldent, though not uu
liiiiiu dlato result.
The Nlcoll family is very well
known In tho Islands. Tho grandfath
er of young Nlcoll was Thomas P.
Iick, who kept an ammunition and
gun store on Fort street, where
PucIiccq'b barbershop now stands, In
fact, It was only li few days ago that
tho laick property hero wus sold for
$20,000 to the C. M. Cooke estate.
Charley Nlcoll, a well known und
well liked jming fellow, worked In
UiLk's gun store and married the pro
prietor's only daughter.
A number ot years ago Nlcoll fell
through un open hatchway in front ot
tho Out stationery store, the hatch
being lifted to allow some goods to
be sent to the lower lloor. He wus
apparently not severely injured, but
died about u )ear later, his death be
ing due to Internal injuries received
in thu full.
After tho death of Nlcoll, Mrs.
Nlcoll wns married again to Wlllaid
J. Coon of thu Hawaiian News Com
i my, She Is now on tho Coasl and
Is to rctuin shortly.
Thu grandmother of )oung Nlcoll,
Mrs. Sophie M. Lack, is still living
at thu family home, ItiOg Eiunm
stieet, und is widely known as
There were two sons, Harry mid
Mehlllq, and both though spending
their boyhood hero have been In
business much of tho tlmo on tho
Coast. Huriy wus lu business In
Seattle and later In San Francisco,
lie taliiH buck to Hawaii three months
ago with n hilclu ot a tow days, u
Los Angiles girl. He entered the Hank
of Hawaii und has been making u
splendid record for himself.
Melville has been In thu Islands
longer than his brother. Ho was
employed with Joseph Schwartz, the
Jeweler. It Is one of tho links In the
queer chain or elieiimstiinces thut
Melville left on tho Sierra to bo mar
ried in San Francisco, mid Is now on
his way hole with his bride. Ho will
uirhe next Friday,
Sunday, July 23.
Muul, Molo'tui and Lnunl ports
Mlktthala, stmr., a. in,
Kauai noi ts Kluau. stmr.. a. m
Grajs Hmboi Newsboy, Am. bkt.,
Hawaii poits Wallele, ntmr, a. in.
Monday, July 24.
San Kiauclsco Slboila, P. M. S. S.
0 ii. in.
Por stmr. Mnuna Kea, for Hllo nnd
vvny poitB, July 25 Mrs, D, II. Case,
Miss E. McKenzIo, W. L. EmoTy, Mrs,
Emory, Miss II, Wikandor, Miss I),
lkmahlo, Mrs. F, J. Hawver, Miss F.
Holland, Miss Ida Solomon, Mrs. C.
J, Mubliisou, M Paris, Mrs. IVrnau
doz, Mrs. Colo, Mis. Wontheiboe, MUs
Woalherbce, W. Driimmond.
Pel P. M. S S. Slboila for Jap in
polls and Manila Wm. Hatch, II, 1)
Hesse, Mis. II. D. Hesse, Hermann
Kruuss, E. C. Piatt.
A Rare Achievement
A millionaire could command no bet
ter mnokn tbnii n Van Dck "Quality"
Clgnr. Not If ho owned Cuba's choicest
plantation nnd linil his cigars madu to
order, on the ground
For wo get tho choicest selections
from ALL Cuba's plantutlons. And In
our factory nt Tump I, FW , we employ
thu must skilled Cuban workmen
ThtiH, by making our tlgur In the If.
H. wo sivo Import duty, which equals
the cost und doubles the price of every
No finer llivored or more luxurlmui-
ly lutlRfilng cigar than ours nre sold
nt double tho prlco.
They sell us low' ns 3 for 2r,o tho
greatest cigar valUe evir ottered.
And vim havo Jour choice of 27 dif
ferent shades In all ilcgnes of mild
ness and richness.
ONE WILL CONVINCE
M. A. Gunst & Co. "The House of
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I PA8SEN0ER8 ARRIVED
Per stmr. Kluau from Kuunl orts
A. It. K. von Holt, Stanley Mott
Smllh, E. C. Mott-Smlth, 11. Goodule,
A. Iliowu, II. Diimon, C. 1). Pratt,
Judgo Cooper, Piuticls Cooper, ,J
Huckett, W. Kelly, Kuv. Chong Choi,
Ilnrry Chalmers, W. O Hoou, Mrs.
W. Punol, c. W. Spitz. II. M. Hep
burn, It Was and flvo prisoners. It.
I. Hnlsey, Mrs. II. L. Hulsoy, Clifford
Kimball, Mrs. Kimball, Mrs. It. No
brlga, C. S. Dole, H. C. Waldroii, a.
K. Tnckabiiry, Mrs. Tnckabur, Dr.
Humes, Mis. Panics, K. Yamauioto.
It. 8. Norrls. 11. .. I.yiin, M. UsK Mre
llols, P. H. ltilciy, J. W. Hall, J. Hush,
Mrs. Uiisli, Mrs. Day, tl. P. Tleleii, C.
W. McClanahan, II. Siicllner, Max
Per P. M. S. 8. Siberia from San
Francisco lir Honolulu: Miss II,
Aucrnctli), Curl llasler, II. 11. Uontli,
Mrs. II, II. llooth, J. J. llosd. 15. II. .
Cook, Mis?"). Iircook, Miss (I. H
Cuminlng, F. W. Harllng. Mis. F. W.
Darling. Muster J. S. Darling, J. N.
Drummoml. John Ena, U Gregg, Mis.
L. OregC. H. II. Hnllberg, II. U Hew
son. Dr. H. II. Howo, Mrs. E. D. Hoivc,
Miss Elbnbcth Howe, Miss A. Ames
A. Howe, Miss H. W. Howe, C. S
Judd, Ml?. C. S. Judd, Mis., J. Kaae,
.Miss Helen Kimball, Mrs. Jules Lu
qiilens, A. M. Mcllrdo, D. P. McCal
litni, J. T. Mttliow, J. H. MoVey. Mrs.
Lllllu II. McVcj, Mis. W. F. Merrill,
Y. .Mljanioto, Mrs. Pago Morris, F.
E. Mors, elms. Notion, Miss Initio
O'Mnlley, T. Osorlo, Julius Padcllu, J.
G. Pattcirou, Mra. J. (1 Patterson,
II. L. Pcilembach, A T. Moil, A. F.
Holler, L P. Scott, V. It Scott, Mrs
W. It. Scotl, Miss Scott. W. F. Tul-
cott, Miss Mabol Wilcox, J. II, Wood
ard, A. A. Young, Mra. A. A. Young.
Miss Paulino Young, Muster Archlo
A. Young, Master Nelson G. Young
und governeis. Dr. II. E Ames, If. S.
N.. Geo. F. Itussoll. Mrs. Geo F Hus
soll, Miss Nan Mussell. Through:
Caiit. M. Asano, Fred I. Illake, Mrs.
II. F. C. Comes, Mrs. F. E. Pitkin
.Miss J. II. Pitkin, I)r. John O. Polak,
Mrs. John O. Polak, Miss Mai) Po
lak, Adams Slegul, Miss Anulo II.
Gowans, I. L. I.uinproy, (1. A Moper,
Mis. L. J. Whiting, Miss M. tl. Whit
ing, Mis. G, C. HiicII, Muster Douglni
M. Illicit. J. W. Carney, (ieranl Jupy,
Mm. M. S. l'ow oi H, II. Sharp, Miss
Elslo Wllhon, O. N. Anderson, Miss
Fein Aiidcison, Mrs. Chester Gerl.iii,
Miss Elizabeth Holmes, James I".
Olivet, Capt. Aurcllo MamOs, It L.
Androws, C. E. Angllly, Ji , U A. Ileh
lei, I F. lleolci, Mis ,. F. Heeler,
II. A. Ill-own, II, S. Milliard. M. G.
Colder, 0. It. F. Cornish, J. V. Do
Lu'in, ,li II. I. FJIezj, Arlhur F
Plschor, C. M. Flott, Chester Gerltlu
Mis. Chester Gurklu, Miss Elizabeth
Holmes, W. T. Holmes, Win, L. John-
bou, Mrs. Win. U Johns Eugene II
Kolb, Miss Annie l.unforil, I.. It. Lo
shcr. Miss Anna L. Low Is, F, I Link.
Juhu W. Mnjliun, Thomas A. McDon
ald, Choster Miuiuy, l)r. W.' E. Mus
ginvc, 1. J. Noel, James F, Oliver,
Capt. Ailiclio llaiuos, fl. 1 1. So) bald,
Dr. F. W. Shaw, Mis. F. W. Shuw,
Voi moil M. Shell, Geo, W. Slminltf,
Mrx. Geo W. Slmmle, M. 11. Smllli
I.. It. Stadtmlllur. G. W. Thompson,
John A. WcokH, Mrs. Geo. E. Wolf.
Louis A Wilght, M. II. Yates, Paul
Holelei, Mm. Paul Uololer. F. W. Cox,
A. Koolm, Mrs. A. Koelin, J. T. W,
Marshall, Mra. J. T. W. Marshall, !.en
Pay, W. W. Pdjiie, II. M. Wheeler,
Mrs. II. M. Wheeler.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
each box '
I'AKIS MEDICIKli CO. St. Lout, I). S. A.
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