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20 EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATUnDAY, JUNE 29, 1912. 1 H i ) I Oceanic Steamship Company Leave S. F. Arrive linn. S. 8 VENTIIIA S. S. SlEItltA tttt first class, single, S. 1'.; 110 llrst rlns, round trip, Sun Francisco. C. BREWER & CO., LTD., General Agents. Pacific Mail Steamship Co., ' ' Steamers uf tlie above compnny will cnll nt Honolulu und leave this fort on or about tlie dates mentioned below: FOIl THE OltlE.NT. FOlt SIN FKA.NCISCO. 8. S. Nllt June28 S. S. Persia July 2 S. S. Mongolia July 4 8. S. Penla July 27 For general Information apply to H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents TOYO KISEN KAISHA Steamers at the abovo Company about Hid Oaten mentioned below! FOU TIIK OHIKVr. 8. 3. Nlnoon Maru July 12 fS. 3. Tenyo Maru July 18 3. S. Shinyo Maru August 9 i S. S. Chiyo Maru September 6 Colli lit Miinllu, omitting cull ut CASTLE & COOKE, Matson Navigation Company Direct Service Between San FltOM SAX FltAM'IStt). S. S. Lurline July 3 "8. 8. Wllhelmina July 9 v8. 8. Honolulan July 17 8. S. Lurline JulyJI i S. S. HILONIAN tails from Seattle for Honolulu d'rect on or about JULY 13, 1912. For further particulars nppl to CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., General Agents, Honolulu. Canadian-Australian Royal Mail STEAMSHIP COMPANY r'Oll FIJI AM) AUSTltALIA. FOU VAXCOUVL'H. j. S. Zealandla July 17 S. S. Marama July 18 8. S. Marama . .. August 14 S. S. Makura . August 13 THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., GENERAL AGENTS. AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. FROM NEW YORK TO, HONOLULU Via Trliuanleper, eier) sixth da). Company's nhnrf, list Street, South llrnokl)ii. FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT S. S. ALASKAN, to sail about . S. S. ARI20NAN, to sail about . S. S. VIRGINIAN, to sail about . For further Information apply to Honolulu. C 1'. Phone 2295 Reaches Hustace-Peck Co. .Ltd. ALL KINDS OF HOCK AM) SAM) FOU CO.NCHL'TE IVOItK. FIltEiVOOl) AM) COAL. 65 QUEEN STItEET. I O. UOX 212 Service Dispatch WESTERN PACIFIC RAILWAY THE FEATHER RIVER ROUTE For particulars .see Fred. L. Waldron.Ltd. 836 Fort Street Pau Ka liana MOVES THE EARTH Forcegrowth Will Do It Airlfe S. F. . . . JULY 9 . ... . -Al'fll'ST 2 Jt'l.Y 3 . Jl'I.Y 27 . S. S. Korea July 9 S. S. Siberia July 23 will cull ut und leave Honolulu on or Ft) It SAN FIUM'ISCO. 3. 3. Shiuyo Maru July 1C 8. S. Tenyo Maru June 25 S. S. Chiyo Maru August 13 S. S. Nippon Maru . September 3 Sliunghnl LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu. Francisco and Honolulu. FOIl SAN FlttXCISCO. 8. S. Lurline July 9 S. S. Wilhelmlna July 17 S. S. Honolulan July24 S. S. Lurline Auaust G Freight received ut nil limes at the ...JULY 8 ..JULY 19 .JULY 30 II. HACKFELI) & CO., LTD., agents, MOHSi:, General Freight Agent. Oahu Railway Time Table Outward. Vur Walanae, Walulua, Kuhuku und Way Stutlons '3:15 a. in.. 3:20 p. m For l'eurl City, Ewu Mill uud Wuy stations tt -30 a. in., 'D.IB a, in., "11.30 a. in.. '2:10 p. in., '3.20 p. in., G:1G p. in., 79-30 p. in, t!l:lB p. in For Wiihlavu and Lellohuu '10:20 a. in., 'D.lf, p. m., 19:30 ). ui., tll:lu p. in. Iiniurd. Arrive Honolulu from Kuhuku. Wul aluu unit Wulunue '8'3(i u. lu., Ti:31 p is Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill und Pearl City T7:4r. a ui . '8:30 u. lu., 11 02 a m.a 1:40 p. in., "4:21; p. tu., 5.31 p in., 7'30 p. in Arrive Honolulu from Wuhluwn anil Iullehuii-1). If, a. iu tl:40 p, in., V 31 p in, tin, in p. in. "'he llulelwu Limited, a two-hour train (only tlrst clusi tickets hon or"l.. Ieuus Honolulu every Sund'iy ut 8 30 u m ; returning, urrlves In Honolulu at 10 10 p in. Tlie Limited stops only ut l'eurl City and Wulunue outward, and Wnliuimi, Wnlpuhu und 1 Pearl City Inward Dally tgunduy excepted JSuli- iluy only (I. P DCNIKOM. P C KMITII. Superintendent O P A I'liotu Engmtliiif nf highest grade run upir be snurid from llin II u ! letlu I'liulo EuKrmlng plauL Lene linn. Established lu IMS. Bishop & Co. BANKERS Commercial and Travelers' Lcllcrx lit Credit Issued on the Hunk of Cnllfornlu and The London Joint Stork Hunk Md I.undon. Correspondents lor the American Exprrss Company nnd Time. Cook & Hon. Interna allowed on Term nnd Sat lugs Hunk Deposit'). BANK OF HONOLULU LIMITED. PAID CAPITAL WOO.000 Successors to CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO I in Hot jour Account nnd offers siillsfnclorj smlce. Loans ut market rules. Exchange und Cable linnj fers. Trutelers' V, red Its nnd Checks mailable everywhere. The YoKohama Specie Bank, Limited UK A I) OFFICE. YOKOHAMA Capital Subscribed. Yen 48.000,000. . Capital Paid Up.... Yen 30.000,000 Hesened Fund ....Yen 17,500,000 General banking business transacted. Savings accouuts for $1 fiid upwards, Fire and burglar-proof vaults, with Sfa Deposit Boxes tor rout it t- per year bad upwards. Trunks utid cases to be .'lept on custody at moderate rates. 1'articulurs to be applied for. YU Ah' A I, Manager. Honolulu Otllce, Bethel and Mer chant Streets. Telephones 2421 and 1T.34. P. O. Dux 1C8. EMMELUTIi & CO., LTD. PLUMBERS and SHEET METAL WORKERS 8TOVES and RANGES Corner King and Bishop Streits Phone No. 3067 PACIFIC ENGINEERING COMPANY, LTD. Consulting, Designing and Con. structlug Engineers. Drldges, Buildings, Concrete Struc tures, Steel Structure, Sanitary Sys tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro jects. Phone 1045. BUIlDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS DEALERS IN LUMBER ALLEN & ROBINSON Queen Street ... Honolulu a. p. Mcdonald, Conlmrtur uud llutider Estimates given oil nil kinds ut building. I Courrete Work 11 Specialty PAUAIII STIILET, EAU M'UAMJ P. H. BURNETTt Commissioner of Deeds tor Califor nia and New York, NOTARY PUB. LIC Grants Marriage Licenses. Draws Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale, Leases, Wills, etc. Attorney for the District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU, Phone 1346. QUICK FREIGHT SERVICE We have facilities for movinij freight from the wharves quickly. If your freight has been held back by others, commu nicate with us. Honolulu Construction & DraingCo.,LtJ., ftOBIN&ON BUILDINQ Alexander & Baldwin, LIMITED Sugar Factors. Commission Merchants, and Insurance Agents Agenti for Hawaiian Commercial & Buier C. Haiku Sugar Compnny. Pala Plantation. Haul AKrlcultural Company. Hawaiian Sugar Company. Kahuku I'lantutlon Company hcllryde Sugar Compa.ir. Kahulul nullroad Company Kauai Hallway Company, lluimliiu llanch. Haiku Fruit and Parking Company I Kauat FtiiII and Land Comtianr Castie & Cooke Limited HONOLULU, T. H. SUOAH FACTORS, SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MCRCHANT3 Agents for FIRE, LITE, MARINE, TOURIST8 DACr.AGE ANO AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing Ewn. l'luntatlon Company Wiilulun Agricultural Co., Ltd. Kohulu, Sugar Co. Apokna Sugar Co, Ltd. Mutson Navigation Co. Toyo Klsen Knlnho C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND QENERAL MERCHANTS HONOLULU OFFICIOS AND DHIECTOUB n. V. HI8!Kr: : President cir.o. h. 'noiiErvrsoN iVIce-l'reiddrnt -and Manager t. V. w. NORTH .....Treasurer MCIIARD 1VE11S .Secretary J It. a ALT r Auditor GHO. It. CARTEIl.....'i Director It A. COOKE t. Director A. OArtTf.EY Director C. It t"( OOKH Director LIFE INSURANCE Is not 11 Luxury; It Is 11 cresi.lly. Hut von Must hate the IIEST und that Is prodded by the famous und most culluble Lan of Massa chusetts. In the New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. OF 1IOSTOX, MASSACHUSETTS. If yon uoiild be fully Informed nbout these laiis, address CASTLE & COOKE, Limited IENEUAL AIIENTS. HONOLULU. T. II FIRE INSURANCE lhe B. F. Dillingham Co. LIMITED (iineral Agent for Ilaiialli Atlas Assuruuce Couipanj of London, Ncir York Undirnrllirs' Ageurj. Il'rotldenre M'lishlugton lnsiirai:ce Co. lib I'LOOII. STAMIENWALI) III.IM1. J-M Corrugated Asbestos ROOFING llldi-xtlllltlhle Keep out the beat. Applied xumi ax col iunnl.il Iron, Hflnnllllll mn WiirkS fO IIUIiUIUlU II Ull nUI ft3 VU - - 1 11 lis I tour inouey lu II 11 1 1 e 1 1 II inlicrllslnir and II leturns to tuu hiiuilri'd foln. QUEEN 8TI1EET AekmataTM I MOTHERHOOD SUGGESTIONS Advice to Expectant Mothers The experience of Motherhood Is n try ing one to most women nnd marks dis tinctly nn epoch In their lives. Not ono woman in n hundred Is pioparcd or un derstands how to properly caro for her self. Of courso nearly every woman nowndays has medical treatment at such times, hut many approach tho experience with an organism unfitted for tho trial of strength, and when It Is over her system has received a shock from which it Is hard to recover. Fol lowing right upon this comes tho ner vous Btrnln of caring for tho child, and a distinct change in tho mother results. There Is nothing more charming than a happy nnd healthy mother of children, nnd Indeed child-birth under tho rteht I conditions need bo no hazard to health or beauty. Tho uncxplalnablu thing is that, with all the cvldencu of shattered nerves and broken health resulting from un un prepared condition, and with ample timo In which to prepare, women will persist in going blindly to tho trial. Every woman nt this time should rely upon Lydia E.I'inkhnm's Vegetable Com pound, n most valuablo tonic and Invig orator of the femalo organism. In many homes once childless there are now children be cause of tho fnct that Lydia E. Pink hum's Vogotablo Compound makes woman normal, healthy and strong. If yon want special nihlco irrllo lo Lydia E. l'lnkliam Medicine Co. (con II deutlnl) Ljiiu, Mass. Your letter will bo opened, rend anil answered by a numau and held In strict coulldeucc. DY AUTHORITY. RESOLUTION NO. 675. in: it resolved by the iiimki ot Supuvlsnrx of the City inn) futility of lliiuiihilii, Terrltniy oil lluwnll, that Die hiiiii of i:i(IIIT lll)Mllti:i) DOL LARS (tSOOUo) lu nnd the Knmo Ik hereby impropriated nut of all lifone.es lu tile l'iriniiiieiit linpVntemeiit l"linil for nn lucoutit 'known hh Purchase or Ijivu ItotU HIiii'Kh. In l,i used on tin sharp tilt iik lu .Mu.uiiiIiiu, District of HonoliiliL i ' PiesenteiJ by Supervisor nun.v i1. low. Honolulu, Jiiiiu 27, 1 ! 1 L', At 11 regular nilJouriiVil meethm of the II11.111I of SiipcivlKorH or the Cit ami I'ouuty of llonnlulu, held on Tliurvihiy. June 27. 1'jI2, the roregolug Hefolutlou was p.iMxeri on llrxt reading anil ordered tu print on the follow Inn vote of tlie kiiIiI Hoard: Aje Ain.ina. Arnold. Dululit. Kru Kir. Murray, Low, .Mit'lellmi. Total, 7 Noes. None i: HirPI'ANDlIAl'. Depute t'ltv and Ciaiuty I'lirk. r,27f, June L'S. ,i'j, July 1 NOTICE. Payment of Water Rates. Ah provided for In Chapter 45 ut the IteUned Ijium or Hawaii. lf0.". all persons holding wattr privilege or tluiip paying water mtea uro here!) notlilcil that the water ratcH for tin fix 10) MHMitliH ending I)i rember 31. I 111;', will be due and payable on the llrst day of July, 11112. A failure to pay such water rntes within llfteen (IK) il.iyx thereafter nn 11ddltlon.il charge of 10 per cent, will bu made. All privileges upon which rntes re main impanel nn July 10, 1912, nre mill. Jiet tn Immediate shut-off without fur ther notice. Hutex are payable at the olllco of the Honolulu Water Woikx, Capitol llulld. lag. J. M. LITTLE. Superintendent if Honolulu Wuter works. ncpurtinent of Public Works, Ilurenu of Honolulu Wuter Works, Honolulu T II., Juno 19, 1013. H207-10t TENDERS. Three Concrete Bridges. Tim Knunl Loan ComnilHslon will receive bids until 10 o'llock noon of July C, 1U12, for constructing 11 !i0-foot iiuieiete bridge ut Wuloll Stream. 11 tit-foot coiHKte eulert nt Walpa Stream anil a 4ti-foot tonerete brldgt at Walkiil.o Stream, all near the Ul lage of llnuiilel. I'Vir plans, r Illratloux uud pal tie- iilal'H apply to .1 11 Morat,ue, Engineer Kauai l.oau I'lind ('oniinlxxion, I. Mine K.iuul A ii illf.it loi ik jllled l,y f, o be mumip'i-f,273-r,t CORPORATION NOTICES. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. Oahu Railway & Land Company. The slot I, boiilix of the lomp.iny "III In- elosid to iiiiiiifiiH fioiu June al - T. lo Juh 1. lau. lueluslve Stiu M olih rs me iiijuoxted to en loixi tlii'ir '! Illli'uti's or BlcK'l. lor IV Ihum- mill lo hi ud lloin In tint uiider li mil 1 .1 i.i.- Jul not in oulir that law nihil. iim iiui ho Isxui'il in their plan. sIiowIuk lhe auiouut or the e.ip 1I11I sloi I, or I h. loaipauy us or July 1, IlllJ Tin 'viiwii utoN ri'iuiwutlne 1 n l" k ilivniiiul will ln lMiei ready for ! iii.i on juiv iir4 I' tun ill lot friu lloiial eliuie.i will I' mud. lit 1 link ax soon tlureiiflir .'! p III III II I.I. W. I' DII.I.INI1IIA.M. Tim nnr 111I111 llulhtii) ,V. U1111I Co. . I !., I lloiiolilhl, llutrull, Jlllin 21 I'JI' 52li'J-bl THaVTINKHXT' A GAMBLING DEVICE Dv AMCS D. hRICE tipatiliivds arc natural guinbler.'i. lu .Mexico the little bojs constantly plur fur coppers on the si reel 1. and fioiu them up to the wealthiest there Is one luntlnued iloiln of hazard During the railroad building Unit started lu that republic some jeals ago I was employ ed ns un engineer on one of them 111111 bad an opportunity to wltuexs this und other Muslcun charnclerlstlcs. There were railroad followers who prejed upon the workmen, taking espe elul rule to tie on bund when pur d.it rumv round. Uu an evening of uue of these ray days 1 went Into n tent where I had seen one of my men go. 11 young Mexican whom I employed fur uu uxman. I was Interested In hi in. for I knew that he linil n wife nud some hablcs who kept pace with hllu us he passed Horn one end of the Hue lo the other, for lu .Mexico there are pcrs-otis whu tunc no homes, sleeping In the open ulr. father, mother, children Itul (lug huddled together to keep oue mother w-iirm. .Mauucl-tlint was my axmnn's n.'tine -wiis lu the lent seated before a table linking dke with the man who owue I .liu outtl't. There were several other workmen In the plato who had nltblu a few minutes been cleaned out of the pay they had that day received. I stood looking on. Quite likely had I not been theru the proprietor would linvo lucde short work of Munuet; but. seeing lue, bo put otT the denouement . permitting the nxmnn tu get a little ahead. Hut I soou noticed that whenever It was for the rascal's Interest that tb" dice should full with large numbers up they In variably did so. In short It looked to me that hu hail smue power uver the dice to make them full us In wished. Munuel's pay wns very small. nud he bud not much tu Uu. While he ivus playing, a llltle woman, rutin r pretty, eauie In with 11 baby In her anus, and stood nter him. He Inula il up ut her. nnd I fell sine she wiis hi wlfe. She lull! nut iimie theru to gel lilm away. Shu wiih us Infatuated n hu. iloubtless she had been living Willi her little one for weeks In this wn he losing his weekly wages ever) .Saturday night. Joth expecting thai ihe day wuiild come when they wouU. 'Kite 11 inn of luek and win euuugh lone tu ro I a hiillllght. Arter she euine lu the proprietor le. .tlaiipel -.vla.0 Uttlv. 'IJhe.Kainbler wii ill -.hi tli.it 1 mihlit exeit.lullueuee to live lit u sent iiwu. so he did eter.t iliu lempoinrlly to futor his xlctlui eoii.'e.s 1 wux uioie lulelesteil lu the lire H11111 the lctlin. If they weie 'l.aply "loudetl" he could not luiinlpu ate them us he did;, they would ill vujs lull high. At least It was ui.i pinion that no skill lu thmwlng woiik. .tell 1 Ills. It uCrlirifd to me that tin iMin'dcr had some way of eonlruillu iliv ill e that wus i.ot visible. I.ltlng In scientific times, 1 was no' uug In forming a theory. 'Iheie mils no i,uine electric eonuectlun betweei him and Ibe dice. Then I hethough 111 self of .1 puiket comp.Uh w likh 1 ul w'ujs can led uud which I ftiiillnuull.t needeil In my out of door work. Tu!. lug position back of the gambler, niieie he would not see me. 1 too', out my compass uud looked at It The needle vibrated tlolently. My theory was conllrincd. Thele must be a magnet sumeuheie near Stooping, I looked under the table. It had four legs, and In Its center wns u box attached to the undersldo. Po fni ho good. That box contained the mug net. That I felt sure of. 1 know very well tbut by attaching a metal plule to one side of n dlo und rolling tbe dlo above the magnet while the cur lent wus on the metal face would bo held to tbe table, leaving Its opposite face up. If there wus no current on. ibe dlio would roll by chance. Some times tho current wns on; sometimes It was not. I now brought my watchfulness to boar u)0u the gambler's movements. I noticed that every time he threw high there wus 11 slight movement ot his right leg. The leg wns not readll seen, belug under the tublu. but 1 was Interested und did my best to sec. 1 wux convinced that attached tu tin leg of tbe table wus un electric ke; .mil that when he piessed his le; ugulusl the Ley the current wax turn ed ou Ho absorbed wus 1 iu my piule that I fulled to notice Hut .Manuel hud hu' n few coppers left when I h ui reaehisi nit conclusion. 1 whispered lu blm ti go tu the chief euglueer's olllee uur nsl. him to send me 11 few jneu Whlh he wns gone 1 sat dowu ut tbe tabh 10 piny till ho cuinu buck. Ou bis re turn with the men I lifted the top ufi the tnhle 11 ml exposed 11 inuguet nud i drj duller Just wheie I expected Attached to the Inblu leg was the ke.t I 01 del ei! the gambler tu return tin inoiie) lie had won from Manuel umi Ibe others uud to get uwny from 0111 imlinlty us sunn ns iosslble or I would hate hi in locked up. Ho re turned the funds, nnd I suw hlui in IIUIIU. Hut. iiIum! When I lie next pay du.i nunc ni'ouud I saw .Manuel, nccompu 11 led by Ills wife, she iiirr.tlng the baby, making si ruin lit for ". slinllur tent, where he soon got rid of his week's 1'imiliu's. , Hut I rondiidfd In waste nn inure time on it 'family In whom the gum bllug spirit hud tiiLen ho strung u hold tbut It could nut bu enullculed MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS VF.SSF.LS TO A llltl VI Sunday, June 30. Maul, Molokal and Lnnnl ports Ml kahnla, sttnr. Knunl ports Klnnu, sttnr. Tuesday, July 2. Hongkong via .inputi ports Persia, P. M. S. S. Kan Francisco via Sound ports Hyndes. M. N. S. S. llllo, dliect Manna Ken, stmr. Wednesday, July 3. Snn Priinrlsrii Itemilglou, barge, In low of Lurline. Snn I'rnnrlsco Lurline, M. N, H.S. Hawaii nnd Maul polls UtuuiUnc, sttnr. Kauai ports W. t). Hall, stmr. Thursday, July 4. San Francisco Mongolia, P. M. S.S. Friday, July a. Hongkong ln Japan ports Hong kong Maru, .lai. stmr. Manila via Japan ports Sherman, IT. S. A. T. Hal lua Cruz via San Francisco and Sound ports Columbian, A.-ll, H. S. Saturday, July 6. llllo via way ports Maunn Kea, 'tmr. ' Sunday, July 7. Maul nnd Molokal ports Mlkahala, stmr. KnuaL ports klnau, stmr. Monday, July 8. Hau Francisco Sonoma, O, S. S. Tuesday, July 9. Sun I'runchco Wllhelmlnn, M. M. S. S. Hongkong und Japan ports Ko rea, P. M. S. S. Friday, July 1?. San I'rnnrlsco Nippon Maru, Jap. itmr. Knn I'mnt'lscn II. S. A. Transport. Tuesday, July 16. Knn Francisco Honolulan, M. N. S. S, Knllna Cruz via San Francisco unci Sound ports. Alaskan, A.-ll. 8. S. Australian and New Zealand ports -Mnrumii, C.-A. S. S. Hongkong via Julian portB Shlnyn Maru, .lap. stmr. Wednesday, July 17. Vancouver and Victoria Zenlnn lla, C.-A. S. S. Thursday, July 18. San Francisco Tell) 11 Maru, Jap. stmr. Monday, July 22. Pan Francisco Sierra, O. S. 8. Tuesday, July 23. Hongkong via Japan ports Slbe lla, P. M. S. S. Saturday, July 27. San Francisco Persia. P. M. S. S. Sunday, July 28. Salina Cruz via Snn Francisco and Sound ports Arlzonan, A.-ll. S. S. Tuesday, July 30. Hongkong a Japan ports China, P. M. S, S. Wednesday, July 31. Kan Francisco Lurline, M. N. S. 3. t VESSELS TO UEPAKT 'l Saturday, June 29. llllo dliect Mauna Kea, stmr., 4 p. m. Monday, July 1, Kntial ports Noenu. stmr., B p.m. Tuesday, July 2. Maul uud Molokal porta Mlkalm 'a, r.tmr., !i p.m. Snn Francisco Persia, V. M. S. 8. Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 3. llllo via way ports Mauna Kea, tnir., 10 a.m. Snn Francisco Ventura, O. S. S., 10 a.m. ' Thursday, July 4. Hongkong vlu Julian ports Mon golla, P. M. S. 8. Friday, July 5. Knuul porta W. O. Hall, stmr., & p.m. Hawaii via Mnui ports Claudlnc, tinr r p.m. Snn Francisco Sherman, U, 8. A. T. Saturday, July 6. Cential and South American ports Hongkong Maru, Jap. stmr, Hllu via way ports Mauna Kea, stmr., 4 p.m. Monday, July 8. Sydney, N. S. W. via Apia Sonoma, O. 8. S. Kaunl ports Nooau, stmr., G p.m. Tuesday, July 9. San Francisco Lurline, M. N. 8. 8., 1 p.m. N Maul and Molokal ports Mlkaha la, Btiur., 5 p.m. San Francisco Korea, P. M. 8. 8. Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., S p.m. Wednesday, July 10. llllo via way ports Mauna Ken, stmr., 10 a.m. Thursday, July 11. Kauai ports W. (1. Mull, stmr., d 11. m. Friday, July 12. Hongkong via Japan ports Nippon Maru, Jap. 1 stmr. Hawaii vlu Maul purls Claudlne, itmr., r p.m. Saturday, July 13. Manila via (luuin ll, S. A. truus mil. llllo via way porta Mauna Kea, itmr., A p.m. Tuesday, July 16. Kan Finijelsco Slilioo Maru, Jup. itmr. Vuncnuver und Victoria Marama,, C.-A, 8. H. Wednesday, July 17." S1111 IVaucIsco-.W'llhelniliia, M, N, ' ?. B., Hi a.m. AiiHtrullun.- porta -via Bilvu und ViiHkluntl 2onlnndlu, C.-A. 8, 8. Thursday, July 18. . Hongkong vlu Japan purls Tenyo Main, .tap. stmr Saturday, July 27. Sail I'ruinlseii Sleirn, (). 8. 8., 10 a.m. Hciigkiug via Japan poriii - I'cuvla, P. M. 8. S. Miss Huso I'm 1 nl, flintier hut girl at the Wnldnrf-Asloilii lintel In Now Voik. Hilled ISOJiiiu from tips and hluttd leal estate dials. Henry V. Hatiforil, who was item ociallc town ehiilriuuii ut Nciw Haven for hU M'urs. died In llrooklyu of pneumonia i 1 l H P. ' JC r q A V I ' c "S?) ( w ll ii li 1. .