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KVKNINO IltJtLfrrm, HONOTtTLTJ, T. II., THURSDAY, JUNG 30, 1910.
THE GREATEST EVENT OF
I- a One Which Means Money To All Intending Buyers
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For which we have been preparing for
TWO WEEKS ONLY .
Everybody knows what our Annual Sales mean, and we have aimed to have 'this one eclipse all previous sales. It does not,.mean cuts
in certain departments, bub a slaughtering of prices on ,every article in our big store. Everything will be marked in plain figures and
sold for cash only. REMEMBER THE DATE, TUESDAY, JULY 5th ' '-''
Oceanic Stated Third Ho
llnwallan Second Degree.
All visiting member of tn
uider are cordially Invited to
ttnd meetings of local lodge!
Meet on, the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
MARINE ENGINEERS Sw Ano.
ENEFICIAL ASS'SIATION. olations cor-,
L,,t HARMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nl
'7:30 In I. O. O. P. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDHY, Secretary.
" ' 11. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU 10D0E, Ho.
1, K. el P.
. .Meets every first and third Frti
lay evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
incomer Fort ana Beretama. visiting
&u. tiiolbers cordially invited to attend.
VM. JONES, C. C.
O. V. HEINE, K. It. B.
"HAWAIIAN TBEBE, No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Meats itverv first and third ThurB-
tday of each month at Knights of
uT'Pjthtas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dlally inylted to attend.
P. HiaaiNS, Baohein.
K V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
fftf' lf..i. ft, a tnA nfi.l 1th WBn.
i-r- Mtrom uu vw suu m - -
" NE8DAY evenings of each month at
P -V-i 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
lK3eretanla and Fort streets.
if-)' Visiting Eagles are invited to at
- 4 tend.
i.. W. n. niLEY, W. P.
, WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
I-BONOIUIU LODGE 018. B. P. 0. E.
",' Honolulu Lodge No. GIB, H. P. O.
.A-tSlks. meets in their hall, on Klnq
P,,JiJBtreet, near Fort, every Friday even-
ing. Vjming urotoer are caruiauy
iinvuso to aiieaa.
JAB. D. DOUGHERTY, E,. K.
OEO, T. KLUBOEL, Bee.
WM. MoKINLEY I0D0E NO, 8,
K OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4tb Saturday
evening nt 7! 30 o'clock In K. ol 1
Hall, cor. Fort and Heretanla, Vlslt
Ing brothels cordially Invited to at
tend. II, A. TAYLOR. U. O.
a, A. JACOI1SON, K, It, B.
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jlSpcclal D u 1 1 o 1 1 n Correspondence.'
.Hllo, Hawaii, June 27. Tho Orand
;iJurj:ts'-to meet on July S, and there
will bo several interesting cases ror
It to. consider. There Is ana case of
murder, that of JIDario Asugnl, tho
Filipino who Is charged with having
killed at Panullo a. man who was pay
ing attentions to a woman whom 111
larlo clalmod as his wife. It Is. pos
sible that a doublo murder charge will
bo made against the defendant as his
wife died a few weeks aftor the af
fair. Joso Maria Dalboia, a Porto Rlcnn,
Is charged with assault with a wca
pon, It being alleged that he cut up
Ramon Torre, at 11116, with a rator.
Tnkaso Nabutnro and Iwaraoto Yo
Bhlgoro, aro hold under a charge of
larceny n tho first degree, In connec
tion with tho theft of a trunk con
taining vnluablcs belonging to Mrs,
Leonhardt, of Paaullo.
Evangeline Pasquat and Bonaparte
Degara, Porto Rlcans, are charged
wlth-burglary Mn the first degree, it
being alleged -that they broke Into, a
JapuneRO house at Kahalil, taking
therefrom about $100.
Thcro will be two charges of as'
mult with usweapon me do ngatnst Ta
kano Klokano, tlio Japanese -who flgr
urcd ns tho main actor In tho recent
cutting scrape nt Pahoa.
Finally the caso of the robbery of
an old Chinese on tho government
road In Hamakua, und possibly that of
a couple of Filipinos who aro alleged
to have tried to derail a Honokau
plantation train, will. bo taken up.
Manuel Corrci was arrested this
afterLoou on complaint of the
Union-Pacific Trantfcr Co., charged
with embezzlement. It Is stated he
delivered a package, collecting $27,
which ho failed to turn In to the
James A. Kennedy, head of Mh'i
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com
pany, has been selected to succeed
Frank N. Payno as president of the
Ilumauma Oil Company. Mr. Payne
will nail for the Coast on the Wll
helmina and go direct to tho oil
fields of tho company and take full
thargo ot active operations there.
Carson und' Kinsolla, ot last yearV
Portland team, pitched a fow Innings
Jack Grnney for his first seven
games had a batting average of but
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlick's Malted Milk
is the most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the anaemjc, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It, is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. -Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Stmplti (r to PhytlcUm and Druliti.
At all DrujwUtt.
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY,' Raolnt, Wit., U.S.A.
the past month will
I LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, $4 per hour, Lewis Stables.
It goes without saying that ovory-
thing Is Rest at Tho Encore.
7-Scated Auto for. hire. Phono 199
James Baker, Young Hotel Stand.
Up till noon today there had been
S55 automobiles registered at tho po
No vagrant bristles In a Rubbered
tooth brush, Sold by Ilenson, Smith &
Co.. Ltd., Hotel and Fort streets.
Wahllant, tho Hawaiian boxer Is to
fight Do Mcllo In Hllo on July 16,
just a week after ho tackles Tcrrlcn
at Aloha Park.
Tho American oil-tanker Santa
Marin, wllh a shipment of fuel oil,
has 'arrived at tho port. Tho vessel
proceeded to tho railway wharf to
Customers of the Manufacturers', ,n aiIutlon t0 ,,,. Inrg0 mnounl ot
Shoe Co. are urged to make all thelr',Bbor CDlallcd by lhe 0, lh
purchase, Friday and Saturday... corporatlon ..,,, lntornnl roonuo
the store will be closed all day, Mon
day, July 4,
D. V. Uurchard, a well-known
lawer from Wnlluku, was a visitor
at Honolulu this morning. Mr. Hur
chnril Is hero to nwnlt lhe arrival
ot a bride, who Is expected 'to come
by tho MaUon steamer Lurllnc.
Five libels for divorce hao been
filed during the past twenty-four
hours, two of them being Japanoso
and the remainder whlto persons.
aii ii nn f th. iii.u o.r. flin.1
by the wives and tho charges went
from cruelty to unfajthfulnoss, non-
support ana desertion aiso nguring..
Ncllto Bailey has asked for divorce
from her husband Charles and asks
that the two children who are In
school spend their vacations with her.
Dosortlon for nine years Is alleged as
ground for tho decree.
Lena K. Davis, wife of "Phoney,"
who Is now In jail undor Indictment
charged with violation ot the Ed
HAS SOME GRIST
munds act, asks for dissolution ot the Thore was n telephone nlarm of
bonds of matrimony and tho custody fire turned Into tho fire station yes
of tho two chlldron. They woro mar- tordny afternoon, and tho brigade
rled In May 1908. &ot down to R. N. Duncan's house,
George Frledenberg Is the only man on Peterson lane. In time to save
nskinc for dhorco from his snout-. thc building. Tho roof was lie.
Kmnn. und Ihfl trnlimlii iillm-orl nrn
Two Jupancso, Mayo Suda and Shi-
..i t, .... . ..
nayo Hlgashl, boU. wish scparat on
from their husbands and a dissolution
of tho bonds of matrimony, non-sup-
port and desertion bolng alleged.
"For Rent" cards on sale at
begin TUESDAY, JVliY 5th,
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. I0VE.
fnnntlnnei? from Pace
has been away from tho" city since' ofllco. A number of thcBt havo thus
FrM.v itmi neimtv linlnh Johnstnnn.Jr failed to como forward with tho
has had the wholo burden of the extra1
corporation ibxjiuio intornni roonuo
stamps for tobacco havo beon In do-1
inand during tho past tv.a days und
many Chinese have called at tho olllco
to buy them. An advance ot tno
cents goes into effect on tolmcco to
morrow and tho Chinese dealers havo
been getting their goods out of bond
and paying under tho old schedulo
during tho past'forty-clght hours.
(Continued from Pace J)
Tho coroner's jury which sat on
th Inquiry Into tho death of Rau
returned n verdict of sulcldo. Tho
lt ortem which was held by Dr.
Mnckall revealed tho fart that death
must havo been Instantaneous, or
Tlnu Ik ulltmnfcAil li hnvn lipnn IiaIf
,) Bomo oney whlcll esta((J ,
Austria jlcldcd, but In n letter to.
his sister ho told her to keep the
damage done by water.
Thai Ulna. ut.-(n.l fmn. a biii.I'
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falling on tho roof, and It was 'jurn-
, fierco whcn (,le c , nrr,y.
f(1 on the g(:ono chlo, Thuton
W cnarK0 and n,.ickiy hid tho
fire subdued, and all danger of
IN FOREION PORT
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'Thursday, Juno 30.
Victoria Arrived, Juno 28, S. 8.
Mamma, heuco Juno 22,
I Fort llrngg Sailed. Juno 30. bk.
S. C. Allen, for Honolulu.
San rrunclsco Returnod, June
30, miller Proniothcus, damaged -by
THE ARRIVAL of tint Canadian
Australian line steamer Marama from
Sydney via Honolulu Is roportcd at
Tbn cuntumrluted track moot Im
twosn the sailors of tlio two cruls.
its and hit HOhoolboys lias boon call
od off, It Is planned lu havo a basu-
ball game now mid on Urn morning
of Hid Tout th nt llm lounui. gmuinU
tlio JurhloH go up iwt.ilnal thq
nniin Iwim that phiyid. Hih Coliimliln
Hoys hu thry wcin hero.
THERE STILL REMAIN a number
of good berths that aro mailable for
thoso who would visit tho Volcano on
tho special excursion to loavo hero at
threo o'clock Saturday afternoon by
tho Inter' Island stcomor Mauna Kcai
Over ono hundred and fifty name
have been enrolled at tho shipping
l'a5lncnt f ,,ho JJa.MaB Bm' lh
livrHuiiB nm iru Hiriunvii uuin iiiu iisi
' tomorrow. The Mauna Ken will nr-
'' - J -- -
Ho from her taMri, , to I Hlo In
P ' '"' b" "I!' hf"
the excursionists. Purser Philips, has
pUnncd for tho caro of a largo delo-
gallon. There will bo no oxccsslvo
crowding on tho steamer.
A SHIPMENT of about five thous
and tons of coal from tho eastern
coast of thc United Stated has left
Norfolk, Vn.; destined for Honolulu.
Tho fuol Is to bo added to tho sip
ply carried at thc local naval station.
Tho Rrlllth stcamor Damaro- Ih bring
Ing tha coal to tho Hawaiian Islands
and the tcsscl sailed yesterday.
TUB FREIGHT list of tho steamer
Hall from Kauai ports Included a
shipment of S500 sacks sugar, and '43
packnges sundries. Fair weather was
mcqt on tho horaownrd trip. Four,
toon cabin and a number of deck pas
scngors arrived by tho vessel.
PURSER LOGAN of tho steamer
W. G. Hall reports the following sugi
ar ns awaiting shipment on Kauai:
K. S. M. 7700; M. A. K. 21,725: K. K;
R. 150; McD, 6979; K. P. 12,219; M. I.
Co. 11,000; K. S. Co. 1900; G. F. Co.
3GIJ0 and II. M. Co. 7372,
ACCORDING TO advices received
at the local agency of tho American-
Hawnllsn lino tho freighter Missouri'
an -sulled from Hllo for Ballna Cruz
jestciMa). This cssel gathered up n
big shipment of sugar at several Inl
and ports of call. '
TI1I0 STEAMER LIKELIKE has
bwrn placed on 'tho berth to sail for
Hnnokaa and Kukulhaelo on Friday
noon. The cssil will taku n general
caigo to Hawaii ports und Is expect'
oil to return with a shipment of su
11Y TUB AHItlVAI. of tliu
Island steamor Llkollko -S50O sicks
sugar reached -this port from Hawaii
In addition to sugar tho vessel brought
200 sacks seed, and several packuges
uundrlos. '" ,
CLOUDY WEATHER anil smooth
seas Is retiortcd bv tho Jananeso lin
er Nippon Mnru which according o
Into wireless 'was 940 miles 'off tho
port lost night enrouto to Ban Fran
FOUR HUNDiyiD tons of Oriental,
cargo Is duo to arrive at Honolulu by'
tho Pacific Mall Intermediate ntcamerl
Asia, ThU vossel Is roortod to have
sailed from Yokohama, Japan yester
A WIRELKBB locolvod from tbo
Japanese liner Chlyo Muru last night
Is as follows: 8. S. C1I1YO MAIttl,
AT SEA, Juno 29, 8 p. in Ut. 25;20;
Ion. 10G west, Arrltu noun Friday. I
THE DEPARTURE of tlio Mntson
NriIkuIIoii stosmnr l.urllno from Hsu
I'mnalsro li roporlfil rHlrrdny, Thn
(.iirlluo l duo tn nrrltu nt Honolulu
on July Glli,
at 8 o'clock a.m., 'and lasts for,
Hawaii poitH Wallelo, Btmr., gon.
cargo, n m.
Hawaii ports Iwuluiil, ttnir., gen.
cat go, n. nil
Hawaii and Maul iiorts Claudlno,
jtmr., pass, and gen. cargo, a. in.
Por stmr. Claudlno, from Hawaii
and Maul ports Jas. Achong, J, A.
Medelros, Mrs. S. C. Train, W. A.
Yntcs, 8. A. Fair, Mrs. II. M. Alexan
der, MUs Walters, Miss A. Carley,
Miss A. Pleper, Miss W. R. llrovui,
Miss Olcsou, Miss Ellen Copp, Mrs.
D. D. Baldwin, Rev. V. Ault. Mrs.
Ault, tl. M, Chandler, I). W. nurch
aril, Miss Babcock. Miss On Tal, J.
Vincent. T. Kawatn, Miss A. K. Ka-
..!. til.... T Ifxsli.lii lint tin tltllii
una. iiiB r. iwrkumm ! ",
MIsb H. Slaule, W. K.'Aliill, J. A. So
por, Geo. Hubbeil, Rev. 8. Kroll. Jllss
E. 8co, Mrs. C. Hnysolden, Y, Amoy,
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, from Kauai
portr, Juno 29. W. I Martin, Po
ter Honest, Alexander Kekua, Ah
Sung Chu, C. Ah Sing, T. E. Hudson,
M. Ornkl, K. TomnCo, E. Ito, Miss
Augustus Schumacher, Miss E. Lee
Tomn, Miss Mabel Punter, Mies
Moorhcad, Mrs, Hodge.
WHEN THE Intcrlsland Btoamcr
Klnau pulls 'away from her n hart 'at
eight o'clock on Saturday night for
the special trip to Kahulul Maul near
ly two hundred Honolulu poo'ple will
bo enrolled on tho list of passongcrs.
Tho Klnau will return from her rogu
lar run to 'Kauai ports on Saturday
morning. Tho Maul rnco meot will lie
the magnet that will draw tho ex
A LARGE number of sabln passen
gers arrived from Hawaii and Maul
ports this morning by tho steamer
Claudlno. Purser Klbllng reports n
pleasant trip .across tho channel, Tbo
frolght list Included 20 cords wood,
500 lallwny ties, 150 sacks charcoal,
81 bales hides, 50 cases honey, 78
hogs, 3(1 packages sundries.
INCLUDED IN THE cargo brought
to Honolulu by tho steamer Wallelo
from Honokau, Kukulbaolo and Hllo,
was a shipment of 3273 sacks sugar,
and n dick load of 79 bond cittlo,
Tho vessel met with flno weather on
Iho homeward trpw
8UG'AR TO tho amount of 6050
sacks ias arrived at tho port from
Hawaii by tho nt,oatner Iwalant. Fine
weather wus experloncod on tho in'
ward trip. A fow pnekagos sundries
was also brought "by tho steamer,
ACCORDING to a purser's report
brought by tho steamer wallelo, tho
American ehooner Rout. Sourlo and
Expansion a,ro discharging curgoes at
Tho following .wlrolosa mpssage
has boon , received by, the agents
from tho 8, 8. Sierra:
"At Son, June 29, 1910, 8 p. m;
8. 8, Slorru. 134 miles from lionn-
lulu; inodernlo S'E. breeze mid suu;
flue, cleur weather; bur. 30:20, air
HULLIVAN III Honolulu, .limn .10,
ID Hi, llii't, helmed dnilKhlor of
Jnmos und Annie flulllviwi, auol
.4.) cum and 11 muntlis.
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAOE EIGHT.
I ARRIVED f t PAS8ENGER8 BOOKED
t . - -.-- -! I s - ' - i s
Per stmr, W. a. Hall for Kauai
ports, June 30. Miss II. Akana, 11.
V. Ako, M. Good, M. Cockott, W. For
nandot, Per stmr. Claudlno for Maul and
Hawnll ports, July 1. S. 8. Pnxson,
Mrs. Paxson, Lester Potrle, Garrett
Hiighss, Louis Warren-, W. Ducklo. M.
C. Corroa, A. a. Pascoo, Mrs. P. 0.
Brady, Mrs. Wm, Brady, Miss M.
Brady, K. Auld Geo. McCorrlston, J.
Williams, Miss E. Lloyd. Miss H.
Lloyd, Henry N. Clark, Geo. Bruns,
Miss Mary Crowes, Miss A. Bortlo
man, L. Ilart, K. Y. Kau, 8. Sarfcry
Per M. N. 8. S. I.nrfino for San
I'ranclsco, July 12. Robort Fnrloy, J.
K. Farley, C, O. Hottcl, Mrs. Hottol,
Miss L. Sturtcant, 'Miss I.. McStock
or, Q. P. Hottol, F. II. McStockor, Mlsa
D. Clark, Miss P. Gcsell, MUs A, W.
Din H, Miss V. Cowan, M(J. A. M.
Scott, Miss Mabel Suntor, Albert 8.
Bnkor, Mrs. Baker, Miss, A. 8. Bart
lett Miss Groen Mrs. J. J. Green, Miss
M. Dunn. Miss C. Herrlck, L. Honls
bergir, John Hind, Miss N. Smith,
Miss A. B. Collier, Mrs. E. T. Mills.
(Continued from Faze 1)
od, which Is published In the Messen
ger, the local church paper, us fol
lows: ' .
Hl'tiCIAL PRAYER '
Recommended (o All In These Islands.
A Prayer (or the People.
O God, tho protoctor of all that
trust In thee, without whom nothing
Is strong, nothing Is .holy, Increase
and multiply upon us, thy mercy lu
this hour of contention for tho su
premacy of all that Is best and high
est for tho perfect wolfare of the peo
ple I,et not tho opponents of god
liness, unselfishness and pcJf-Bacrlflco
prevnll against tho Interests of thy
Holy Church and tho saiVntlon of tho
people Enlighten our minds more
and more with tbo light ot thy Truth
that we may purify our consciences
und act In fearless Integrity for thy
honor and glory. Strengthen us wo
besoech thee to vote against ovory
contamination of the soul Injmortnr.
Do thou ever our1 ruler -and guide so
that wo may pass through things tem
poral, that wo loso not finally tho
things eternal. Grant this, Heavenly
Father, for tho sako of JosUs Christ,
our Lord. Amen. t
N. G. H..0RDER,
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Terrltorv 'of Hawaii.
The Adjutant General's Office,
June 30, 1910.
Special Orders No. 12.
Edgar S. Harry, post quartermas
ter and ordnunco sergeant, Is reliev
ed fiow duty In tho quartermaster
and ordnance departments uud trunu,
fori I'd to the inmlknl department,
with the rank of sorgeunt, tlrst class,
lu iliu First Hospital Company, N,
fly ordor nf the Governor,
JOHN W. .IGNUfl,
Tlio Adjutant. (lonornl,
JBtr'Tor Salov cards utdlulletln. .