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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, AUQ. 6, 1311.
IIiimuIIiiu 3rd llignc.
Al visiting memborn of tko
"Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodge ,
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
it K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' "ba.m.
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, elation, cor.
CAWAT1AN TEIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M
Meets every firnt nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Unit. Visltlne; brothers cor
(tally Invited to attend.
,T ROBINSON, Sachem.
11 V TODD, C. of It.
lONOLUIU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. E
Honolulu I Aid KB No. 618. H. P. O
Clks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, evory Friday eve
ning. Visiting llrothera art cordially
'nvlted to attend.
i i it ihi:nhi:i(, h. n.
ono t ki.ukueu sec.
VSS. KcKINLEY LODGE. 110. 8,
Uhu every 2nd and 4th Saturday
stenlng st 7:30 o'clock In K. of I'.
Hall, cor. fort and Ilcretnnla. Visit
Ins; brothers cordially Invited tv at-
V. F. KIl.BKY, G, C.
E. A. JACOHSON, K. It. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meet every first nnd llilnl t'rliliiy l
T SO o'clock, I'Jthlun Hall, curlier Here
tnnla nnd Kort streets VMtluc bruth
era cordially Im licit to attend.
S DUCK Kit, C "
O HEINE. I of It .c B
HONOLULU ACnm 140, F. O E.
Meets on e ond nnd fourth Wednes
daj evcnlni; oi rich month nt 7 30
o'clock, In Snn nlmilii II ill, Inev.inl
ttrrct. near I iniii.i Isillng In tithors
arc Invited to alt lid
(II.O A DAMS. W 1
V M .' M'tO, Kicy
Fort Streot Near Berstsnls
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
havo received ex Lnrlino STREET
and DRESS HATS; also the latest In
OSTRICH BANDS and TRIMMING.
Hotel St., opp. Young Phono 3083
Mrs. S. F. Zeave,
Temporarily closed while away on
buying trip. Open again In September.
63 Young Building
ADVANCE SHOVVINQ OF
MISS POWER'S PARLOR3
1027 Nuuauu Street
BEGINNING JUNE 3
All the Hats at Reasonable Prices
i. B The LEADER I
. ej I CLOTHIERS I
t K " I Fort Streot Near Beretanlal
GET RID OF (,
Busy Way io Kill 'Off Theto
'At the first sign of the repulsive
cockroach or vvntcrbug, put Steams'
Electric Rat and Roach Paste in the
sink and on the shelves' at night,
and in the morning you can sweep
up a panful of dead cockroaches.
Kasy to use; docs not blow into the
food like powders.
Stearns' Electric Taste is sold on
guarantee of money hack if It fails
to exterminate cockroaches, rats,
Sold cv cry where. Be sure to get
the genuine; 25c and $100 Stearns'
Electric Paste Co, Chicago, III.
H It ELGIN of the Hawaii Hall-
wa, In u visitor tn Honolulu on n
T O DAVIES was among tho re'
turning passengers tn Honolulu tn the
.M.iuu.i Kui Mils morning
M GIKI'AIID linn returned from
a business trip to Hawaii. 1 In arrived
In the Miunm Kca this morning.
SIICRIXMIV MOTT-SMITH Is ro
ported sllghtlj under the weather
through the attack of n case of grlppo.
MANAGER CAM. WOLTERS of
Hutchinson ilant.itlon leaves In the
Mongolia for a brief trip to the main
land HAM PARKER. Jr, of Parker ranch
mid Hlucp Hlation, wan an arrival nt
Honolulu I hl:i morning, mining In (be
.11'UGE WHITNEY has laid iisldo
tin- hc.iIcb of Justice until tho lSth
Itipt Ho and Mrs. Whitney go Io
Wiil.iliia for n ncatlnn
AHTIIUU (1 SMITH leaves on Man
ila for a two weeks' vacation nu tho
other sldo of lite Island
MRS (lICNOtTX, wife of A .1 Glg-
noii of Benson, Smith K. Co '. was u
lctiirnlng paHscngcr In the Matson
Navigation ntenincr Honolutaii tliltt
J. OSWALD LUTTi:i), the oil share
promoter, la back from the coast,
where he paid .1 visit to the several
oil lichla In which tin and hia com-
paulou arn Intcrcnted ,
U1JV. W, II OLSON. secretary of tho
Hawaiian Hoard of Missions, Is hark
from attendance nt the Boston Mis
siouary exhibit Ho was iiccom
anlcd hv Mrs "Olson
I.. I.' PINKHAM loaves on tho .Mon
golia for tho States, and will return
to his duties In lliu Philippine!! by
waj of tho Suez canal. Ho has quite
recovered from his Warts and niter
a few weeks of tho bracing atmos
phere of the mainland will be ready
for bis work
.1 A KENNEDY, president and gen
eral manager of tho Inter-Island
Kteain Navigation Co, returned from
nu inspection tour of Hawaii and
Maul Wlillo away Mr Kennedy look
ed Into the matter of better landing
facilities nt scleral ports of call for
JOSEPH RODRIGUES. n member
of tho Hoard of. Supervisors of Kauai,
was an arrival this morning In the
Klunii He came hero In rcsixinso to
,i wireless messago which hn receiv
ed from I'nlted States Marshal Hen
dry Io servo on tho IVdernl grand
Jury, now In session
I.IIIUT AND MRS II S NAYI.OR
aro arrivals this morning In tho Mat-
noli Navigation steamer Ilnnotulan.
Lieut Naylor was placed In chargo of
Ihe transportation of r.onio ono hun
dred and twenty head of horses which
wein brought down to tho Islands in
tho llonolulan, Ten cavalrymen ac
companied tho animals.
Otto Plihnr, Jack llenno and II
Leahy nro threo vaudevlll perform
ers who conic hern tn Join one of the
local theaters In the eapaiity of sing-
cm under the inline of tho Hell Tiio
They arrived In tho llonolulan this
morning and during the trip down
from San I'rnuclrco enlivened the)
voj.ige hv Ihe lendltlon of u number
of pleasing selections.
Mil AND MRS Al,i:.VANI)i:il
lll'SHHY nnnnumo tho tuarilago of
their daughter, Roso Kaiilnkidialn to
Mi. Samuel K MiKiklnl, on Mond ly
evening, August tho soveiilh, nlnc
letn hundred nnd eleven, nt eight
o'clock, at Central Union Purlnl
House, Honolulu, Hawaii. Reception
at the resident e of Mr. mid Mrs, Sohn
jnou Mahuloua, l'alamn, after tho ecrot
Rufjar nt the Isthmus. t
The American-Hawaiian frclrfitei
Alaskan, with twelve thousand loin
t,ugar from tho Islands la i courted
to havo arrived nt Sallna Cruz on lust
Wednesday Tho vescel nailed from
Illln, her lact pint of call on .lulv'
SuppliM for Honolpu. '
'1 ho lllflo schooner Muriel Is ro-
imrled to liavo sailed from San l"rau-
ilsio veslerdii with ilesllintlou mi
Dredger Back frcm Pearl Harbor,
Tlio big dredger IViul Tlar was tow
ed Into port jesterday morning. The
ni'ielilnn tomes heyo for a geneinl
ovethaullng nnd tepnlrfl. x
kHSS ." t I i f L
sLsrsfBS asTat? aisVVas9IBIVa)aes;aVAaW
Wo will give our personal attention
City Transfer Co.
Jase H. Love
HORSES FOR ARTILLERYMEN. .
BROUGHT BY iNOLtlLAN
MATS0N LINER WILL MAKE BUT SHORT STAY BEFORE
PROCEEDING TO HIL0 TO DISCHARGE. MAUNA KEA
IN WITH MANY TOURISTS. STEAM SCHOONER GEN
ERAL HUBBARD AWAY FOR THE COAST.
One hundred nnd tont-nno lie id
of line uppenrliig hones for tlio I'll 1 1
Kield Artillery, occupied the forward
nnd lifter decks of tho Matsou Navi
gation steamer llonolulan and the
animals managed to havo things pre'
t much their own wa on the voage
from San Francisco 1 hev were a
frisky lot an one bj one thej weic
led down tho gangwa) Io ll.nkfeld
,1'iirrer O'Neill tepoitft a lino hip.
'lho weather pioved ideal for the com
fort of cabin pastcngeis as well as
Thirty-two cabin passengers left
tho vcsi.el this moiniiig. The llono
lulan brought but n very sm ill amount
of freight for Honolulu and Ihe vei
sel will be dispatchcd-Jor lllln thU
afternoon wheio home ZSPfl Ions will
bo dihchutgcil After completing work
at Illlo the vessel Is to proceed to
Knhiilul (here Io dlsclnrge an uddi
tlonal .15U tons cargo
Tho 1 1 eight llbt li, made up of quan
tities of llmo fertilizer, stiuctiiral
rteel and general lines of imppllcH for
locil ImpirlerH and tho plantations.
A force of enlisted nitlllerymen im-
dor umimaiiil of Lieut Naglo wcro
In chargo of lho army stock on I ho
vnj age clow, n fiom the coast.
Tho passengers Included revcral re
turning business men us well as n
few perforincrs. who will connect with
tho moving picture houses operated
by the theatrical trust
Tho local postal authorities recclv
cd 132 sacks of lalcr mall.
The llonolulan Is to tnko filflO tons
of migar, of which 4770 conies from
Illlo and 1.1.1 J from Kahulul. The
vesbel will Icavo this port for San
Krone h.co on Sunday, August 13, nt
ton o clock, and all pinspectlvo pis
sengcrs will bo untitled of tho change.
General Hubbard Away Tcday.
Laving nlongddo lho Rillwny
wharf, tlio hleani schooner tleuoral
lluhlnrd was an object of consider
able Interest In shipping men and wu
teifronteiH who often od inany com
inents upon lio peculiar const met Ion
or tlio vessel Tlio Ocnernl lliihlian
nt one llmo piled tho (ireal Lake
and vvus later biought tjiroiigh tho
St. Uiwienco and Magellan Straits to
tho Western ocenn. Now emptied of
her cargo tiio steam schooner sets
Jauntily In lho water with her bow
elevated nt a striking angle, with tho
weight of her machinery causing tho
stern to ho submerged to n m.uked
device. Tho tchnoncr was glvifn n
supply of fuel nil jealcid.iy nnd It
now ready for tea. Tho rumor that
tiouhle between union and non-union
r.nllorK hud takoti plseo on board prov
ed unfounded llnihor Olllcer Wodny
paid u vlsll to tho lliibbard this morn
ing ami found ever) body nt iienen
with Ihn wotld mid picparatlons he-
Ing iiiado to get away.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rourjc Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne . . .
( Schlitz Beer
to your fcaanaue and see that It Is
Tourist. Pleased With Pelc's Display,
Utilising back enthusiastic reports of
tho exhibition nttPclp's shrlno the
.Manna ivcn returneil to Honolulu una
morning with n large list of passcn.
gcrs, .1 goodly percentage of whom
wero tourists who hud Just paid a
visit to the famed volcano
The weather left little to bo deslr
ed. The Intcr-Ishnd flagship met
with moderate trades and easterly
scat, A rniall freight .mis brought In
cluding the usual rhipment of emp
ties, aw:t root, threo autos, chickens,
pigs, 3.rti litad sheep and SMI pack'
Purser Phillips reK)rtu tho steam
tr Kaliil.ml ;it Ilakalau, the Kaiul nt
Illlo, the Wallelo nt Kukiilhacc, the
llelcne at Maliukona and duo to re
turn In Honolulu today .lth sucar and
cat th. IJulto n swell Is reiorted ns
ruiinlug at Mcdrcgor'H landing nt tlio
nmo or the vlsll or tho Mauna Ke.i
Much Sugar; Is Leaving Hawaii.
Sugar Is .fast being removed from
the sevei.il plantation ports along the
coast of Hawaii. According to n io
port brought to this" city by Purser
Phillips of tho utoamer Mauna Kca
lho following consignments nwnit
shipment Ohm 18,230, Wnlakea 17.
000, Hawaii Mill 2800 Wain iku 20,.
0011, Ononica r.30g, Pcpoekeo . 1500
llonmmi ftfnii, Hakalau TIMS, I.uupa
hoehor 11 noo, Ooknla 50S0. Kiikalnu
(II) 3tr,n. Kiikalnu (II) 3331, Ilnma
kin 10,000, Pnauhnii ll.lfiO, Ilonnkna
"GOO, Kukiilliacle 17 124, Pimaliiu 1800
and Ilnnuapo 3700 sacks.
Many Flllplnes to 'Arrive..
Tho llawnllnii' Sugar Planters' An-
Koclatlon expects to receive flftj-two
rillpiuo laborers In tho arrival of tho
Pacific Mall steamer 'Mongolln on
OvvIiik to ivcro ntorms prevailing
In tho Philippines the supply of plan,
tiilloii help has been much retarded
In lis niuvnucnt., Special Agent llab
bltl has been at work in. Norlhorn
I.U70U and alssr.ln' (ho Southorii Isl
ands tnurhitig atfCelm nnd Hollo. Ty-l-hoons
at different times have result
ed In a postponement of n shipment
of Filipinos to Manila or to Hong
kong, there to connect with dlicct
liners Tor Hawaii.
Shipping at Illlo .Included the, Anio
ilcau hi homier Alary Wlnklcman
ili li s inported hy Purser Phillips
of lho gtcmior Mmma, Kca ns arriv
ing at Mho. Hawaii port " 'aRl Sati)r-
ilay, Tho jniejJeu-Hawallau rcight
er Virginian was au urilval at Illlo
on last Thuisday taking on augur for
Sallna Cruz. .,
Mongolia May Sail on Monday Morn
There In a possibility that lho Pa
ellle Mpll lucr Mongolia to. arrive
fiom (ho Orient on Sunday will bo
t -.itai, . c..-.Ji-.JU.-
dispatched for San Trnnclseo on Mon
day morning, ' The Mongolia Is due
hero early om 8undny morning hut ll
Is understood that the steamer ha
thirteen hundred Ions general cargo
for dlschnrgo here". Mondny morning
Is believed n more convenient ealllni;
hour hy many. ,
Mongolia Early Tomorrow Morning.
A Jato wireless received at the
ngeriry if , Hackfeld and Company
fiom tho Pacific Mall liner Mongolia
announces that tho vessel now steam
Ing fron) the Orient will arrive off
Ihe port on or about six o'clocjt "to
morrow morning. Thirteen" hundred
tons freight will, bo discharged from
tho Mongolia nnd before sailing for
Snn FranclMeo nearly 'ono hundred
cabin passengers will he provided
with accommodation. ,
Sheridan Sailed at Noon Today,
Thc United States army transport
Sheridan with oflleers nnd troops des
tined for tho Philippines hy tho way
of Honolulu Is reported to havo sail
ed from San Francisco at noon In-
day. Tho Sheridan went In drjdock
during her stay on tho coast and Is
therefore expected to mako .better
lime coming down to the Islands. The
vessel should arrive hero on or about
A. , 11
Mlssourlan .on the .Way.
j, Tho American-Hawaiian freighter
Mlssourlani with general cargo from
the Kast coast of the United States
r.nd transhipped nt Tchuantepcc has
sailed rrom San FTanclsco for 8eat
tic and Honolulu. Tho vessel Is scho
ilulcd Io depart from Pugot Sound
porls on August 13th and should ar
rive hero not later than Aug. 22nd,
Honolulan Off for Hllo.
There nro about thlrty-flvo hundred
(ona general cargo to bo discharged
from the Matson Navigation 'steamer
llonolulan and that vessel will he ills
patched for Illlo this evening where
tho bulk of tho cargo Is consigned
Tho vessel will later call at Ka
hulul there to leave about four hun
dred tons freight. Tho bulk of the
cargo Includes lime, fertilizer and
Llkcllke from Kauai Ports.
ItcKirlng flue weather tho ofllceri
In the Inter-Island steamer Llkcllke
sluto that vessel took a line from
tho American bchooncr Kona and the
windjammer then set sail from Aim
klnl (or (Ira)s harbor. The Mkcllkn
brought sugar from the Kauai port to
tho amount or 5K0O sacks. According
to purser's rcjiort there yet remains
2000 backs sugar for shipment.
Much Lumber for Kona.
The Intcr-lstnud stormier Mauna Iia
Is on the berth to tako n general
cargo for Kona and Kau porta. The
vcbbd will bo dispatched for wind
ward Hawaii ports at noon on next
Tucsdny. Offerings of lumber nnd
fertilizer have been received for shl
inent to Hawaii.
Sparks from the Wireless.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, en route from
Yokohama, 8 p. m. August 4 457 miles
from Honolulu. Will arrive six o'clock
M. N. S. S. Lnrlino, on loulo to
San Kianclseo, 8 p. tn, August 4, 907
miles from Honolulu. Sea moderate,
fresh northeast wind.
Noeau Loading for Kauai.
Tho Inlcr-lsland steamer Noeau fa
loading plantation Btorca, nnd sup
piles for Kauai ixirtn and ban been
placed on the berth to Ball nt five
o'clock on Monday afternoon,
Tho American BChoonor Alice CojIcb
was un arrival at tho coast Thursday.
The vessel left Honolulu after dis
charging n shipment ,of liunbcr. i
FIRST FIELD ARTILLERY
NOW FULLY EQUIPPED
Thp First Field Artillery will not
Unci time noting heavily un their bands
fiom now on, Tho. Una! section of their
equipment Hint horses arrived this
morning Ironi San Frantlsco on thd
Hpnoluhiu and will he sent 'out Imme
diately tn Hchotlcld lliirrackH, where the
two batteries Hre encamped. When the
Firict Field Artillery sailed for Hono
lulu, the guns, equipment nnd borscs
were forced, to remain behind, as the
tranrport was not itn niiltnal-inrryliiK
Ij9.1t Tlio transport l)lx, which has
xcellnt accommodations for horses,
was expected to follow, bringing all
Hint was left behind, but she was or
ilcred ou ' commission.,, nii the Mat
sou bnat .wefc klvqn ,tlie sbpmeiitu,
The I.urllne brought over alsnit liulf;
and tho Honolulan, arriving this morn
ing, hrouglU. , tlio, remainder, conslstlofr
qf, guns, equipment anct 12 IOfes, In
not being aide to havo tho trunsports
bring tbeso tbliiKs, tho government was
put to 11 (treat deal of expense, as the
rate for shipping horses Is rattier IiIrIi
The-two batteries can now commence
their maneuvering at oure and ki
throiiRli their rcmilnr drills, oh this
morning's BhlpmeiitJiicliidcd ovcij thing
Hint had leen loft licblnd. ,
A comet with a visible tall that
may ho observed with opera glasses,
Is reiiortcd by Prof. II. G. Altkon of
Tho If. S, gunboat Vlckslmrg reliev
ed tho Yorktown at Corlnto, Nlcn-
lagua, to keep an eye on tlio unset
lied conditions In Nicaragua.
I The recent aviation races tn France
show conclusively tho miukeil prog-
less that has been nindo In aviation,
Wan Dyck" Means
Double Value Why ?
Because we make our cigars In Tampa, Fla., Instead of en
the Island of Cuba'.
Havana' tobacco costs half si much' when Imported In the leaf
as it dMS In the form ef cigars.
And this saving of 100 pe'r cent, duty gees Into Van Dyck
"Quality," and is afforded each smoker.
. "Quality" Cigars
In Cuba ws have our own
warehouses and preparatory
Through our experts, on the
ground, we, get the pick of the
choicest tebscce grown the
finest Havana tobacco,
Wi ' t li
On native j soil, .these leaves
are mellowed Into their, full.it
1 fragrance and flavor then
shipped to our -factory' In
At Your Dealers for-25c to 25c Each """
H?" '' iJWJ-if?.97'A-'1 of OUplif-Dlstrlbulor.
Per P. M. 8. S. Mongolia, for San
Francisco, Ang. 6. II. P. V, ScliultztV,
C. Du Rnl, MIbs Vera Damon, Miss D
M. Damon, Miss Orctehen Falko, Miss
Iconise Isenbcrg, Mrs. J. M- Warner,
A. Robinson, S, Roltinson, Miss O.
Pcnrne, Miss O. Fitzgerald. Dr. II. I.
Howe, Mrs.. Howo nnd child, Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Darling iind-chlld. Miss II,
W. Howe, Miss draco Cummlngs, A.
Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. O. Skyrmc,
Miss O. K. Smith, It. P. Kennedy, Mrs
li V, Wilcox Dr. Wilcox, -Miss nuth
Wilenx, F. A. Kribs,. Mrs. Jtate Chap
man, MlssJi Henry, Mlsx II. M. Hen
ry, Miss R. Montofioio, Mrs, A,, III
Cathcart, Dr. nnd Mrs. 8. T. Elston,
L. Aaron, C. A. Iiurman, Mrs. Dur
man, .1. P. Patterson, Mrs. Patterson
MIbs Mary E. Ciorts, J. J. Boyd, Mrs,
1". Ricks and Infant, II. K. I.el.ind.
Miss i:. V. Unoncy, J. J. Carden, Jr.,
Kdwnid Carden, Dr. II. W. Craig, Mrs
Arthur Wnltcr. Miss Richards, D. F.
How land, V. Ilarncs, Mrs. Itarncs and
ion, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. K. Takebury,
Mlns 11. k. Patterson w f. raicoii,
J. II. McNcy. Mrs. W. F. Merrill, II.
i;. Ames, Miss A. Ames, Mrs. K. P.
Orion, Mr. and Mrs. F R. Babcock
JSIrs A. V Judil nnd daughter, Mlsf
II. Abernethy, F K. Morso, Mrs. K
McLean, J. K Woodward, A. T. Roll
I.. K. Plnkham, Mr. and Mis. W. It
Scott J. .1. Druniniond, 11. I Fern
li.uk, Mrs. Chas. Adams, .1. I.. Clark
Martin Gruno, E. Bishop, Mrs. 0. Wil
liams, G. II. Brown, Mrs. Brown, Miss
N. Plowman, Mis. I Burtls, II. A
McWnynV. Mis. C. Mlsch, W. Mlfch
J. Pedllla, Mrs, Otto Hurmelstcr, It
Hair, Mrs. M. Hudson, Mrs. Ht hyon,
Mrs. F. nrow. Miss I. Bonrdman, Miss
N. Uoardman, Mrs. E. K. Johnston,
Dr. V. A. Norgaard, A. C. Robinson,
;Mrs. D. M. Holbrook, Miss M. U. Au
brey. I M I i
. '- rt
New Manager for Alaska. Pacific S. 8.
Thero Is n new manager for tlio
Alaska-Pacific Steamship Company to
r.ucccod Marcus Talbot rpslgncd, In;
lho person of C. w. Wiley, the for'
mer President of tho CroBby Tow Boat
Company. The now manager of tho
Alaska Pacific Company enmo to Sc
ntllo from Boston nine jears ago as
Purlflc coast representative, of he
Boston 'Tow Boat Company and tho
Boston and Philadelphia Steamship
Tho steamship oonipnny formerly
operated the steiinidilp Pleiades, II).
ades, Lyra, Shawmut and Troniont!
nnd when they disposed of them Mr,
Wiley entered business for hlmbcjf
The Pleiades was purchase! by Now1
Yoik Inlercbts, tho Hvndes by the
Matson Navigation Company and the
Lrn wns taken over under charter
hy tho l.uckcnbschs, of New York. The
Shawmut aneUTrcmont were taken
over by the government, tho former
being placed In lho Eastern coast
wise scrvlco carrying cement from
Now Yoik to Panama for the cnnnl.1
Mr. Wlloy has had wldo oxpcrlonco
in tho Btenmnhlp business, having
been prominent In shipping affairs on
lho Atlantic coast twolvo years he
tore coming to Seattle.
Another .vessel, well known here
has been transferred to tho Japanese,
Tho British freighter Courtftolil, Cap
tain Thlseman, under charter to tho
American trailing company, has been
fold to tho Japanese and will bo do
llvercd when tho present chartor ex
pires. Tho Courtflold sallod for E11
loka, whero It wll tako on lumber Io
be shtpiiecl to Australia, It recontly
arrived at San Francisco from Haiti
mom with n cargo of Atlantic range
- . . ,.J...-.-- - "-"'Mmilut
Her cllmatlo condition, are
elmllar to those of Cuba. And
0 T ,
here we employ none but Cu
ban experts the world's finest
Var Dyeic "Quality" fVti be
hsd In twenty-s.v.n different
sizes from, tth .thin, mild pa.
netela to the .fat,, full-flavored
perfeeto each on. the utmost
In 'Havana perfection.
Friday, Aug. 4.
Poarl Harbor General Hubbard,
Am. stnir., p. m.
Saturday, Aug. 5.
San Francisco llonolulan, M. N. 8.
8, 7 a. m.
Illlo vln way ports Mauna Kca
Btmr., n. m.
Kauai pitta Llkcllke, Btmr., a. 111.
Frldya, Aug. 4.
Hawaii, a- Maul iwrts Claudlne,
rtmr.. 5 p. tn,
San Francisco via K.tulul, Port
Allen nnd-IUlo Ilyadea, M. N. 8. 8.,
'p. m.' ' V K t I Vcl
I PABSENCJEnS ARRIVED
Per attnr. Mauna. Kea, fiom Illlo
via way ports, Aug. 6. J, A. Ken
nedy, t 12. Richardson, Miss M. Cut
ler, Miss Arnott, Mrs. C. Mlsch, Miss
O. E. Smith, C. G. Hkvno and wife.
Dr. Liiidc nnd wlfo, Mrs. a. Sander
son and 2 children, I). J. Baker and
wire, (I. II. Brown and wire, Mls3 II
Abernethy, Mrs. L. McVoj'.jMiss Rog
get, Miss C. E. Klchoff, E. E. Win
frey, E. J. Hordtner, J. II. McVcy
Miss Crofts, T. Tabata, II. Klmura
J. Pa.lllla, Dr. T. E. Patterson, II. 8
Gray, N. B. Yogng, Mrs. A. Richard
son, Miss Dco, Miss Seyoranco, T. E
Robinson and wife, C. McWnyne, I. 1.
Clarko. T. A. Drapga. J. Kula, J.
Vamiatta, W. Vannatfa, S. E Lucas
C. Bolto, Misses I.lndloy (2), W. L.
Stanley. J. F. Hock, A W. Van Val
kenberg and wife, W, M. (llfTard, C.
Wnltcrs and dauchtcr, M. lllrscli A,
Aaron, MIsb Nelson, ."T. Roll unci
wife, F. Mi Pachcco, Master Praga,
Mrs. Vlftrra, Slmeonn, T. C. Davlea,
A. Horner, A, Ehrllch, II. Rosenberg,
J. Lulz, and wife. Misses Mc)cr (2),
It. R. Elgin nnd wlfo, A, HutTscy, G
X. Kliiogel, W. T. Fiost. II. Howson,
Mrs. W. Forrest, .Mrs. Ah See and
child, Mrs. C. Lucas, Mrs. R. It. Hind.
Misses Hind (2), II. Akona, S. Par
ker, Jr., Chnog, Io, A. F. GrlflUhs,
O. Oss, II. Kong, . U Aysu, W. I.
Dccoto, Mrs. Oyaina and child, C. Ah
Yal, Leu Kco Chong, Y. Man I Ilnr
Per M. N. 8. 8. llonolulan, from
Han Francisco, Aug, 6j J, A. Ball,
Corixiial Balser, Jack Bealie, Mi.
Bradfotd, O. Flcher, II. FYanklln. Mia.
A. .1. Glgnoux and child, Mr. Griffin
Mrs. Sarah It. Kay, Max Kenjon, O.
Lathrow, II, Leahy, G Llndstrom, J.
O. Lutted, L. Lynn, Mr. Madslln, R
McLnchlan, Lt. and Mrs. II. 8. Nay
lor, U. S. A., T. Nichols, Mr. O'Cmi
ncll, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Oleson, W.
P. Plumb, Dr. E. C. Rhodes, Mr. and
Mrs. It. W. Rondos, 8. T. Rudder, B,
Rush, Mr. Baulsn.
Per stmr. Llkcjlke from 'Kami
ports, Aug. 0. G Ross, H. Imhoff, J
Rodrlguea. 'I '. - V ,r
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Saturday, Aug. 5.
IIILO Sailed, Aug, 1; Schr. Gamblo
for Port Gamble, ;
S. S. MONGOLIA, will arrive from
Yokohrun .tomorrow, morning and
pall for Snn Francisco Into In the
aftornooq or early Monday hiorn
Ing. , ',' '
U, S. A. T, nilFORD, will nrrWo about
lato tomorrow afternoon or Mon
day from Manila and sail within a
ADD IN FORKIN PORTS-r- ,
SAtf FRANCISCO Sailed, Aug. 5. 1
p, m.i U. 8. A. T. Sheridan, for Ho
nolulu, SAN FRANCISCQfrSalled. Aug. 5: 8
S. Missouri!!!, for Seattle
The Turkish government Is prepar
ing for n general mobilization of
troops against tho Albanians..