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- HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2S, 1912.
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These ties have just been received
and are examples of the latest ideas
in shapes and patterns. They re
present the best in the tie-makers'
art. You will like them.
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The Store for Good Clothes".
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Will Talie Field Tonight
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COMMISSION'S ACTION ON
DESKS MiSUNDERST 00D
- ' I "It is'evldent thai there was a mis
iilnflerBUindlng as to, the action of the
jOa.hu loan fund commission on the
Echcol-desk matter, said Chairman
. ; Andrew Adams of the commission to
jo Hay," referring to yesterday's meeting.
( SThe commission . did not decide that
, contractors In giving their figures and
. "Snaking bids on chool.houses for bids
fhould. Include the furnishing' of desks
, . l:&s part of their bldand Ot their con
i , tract to be prformed.. This was sug
v: tgested as a possible way of Avoiding
' v he" disputes arising becau of the i
, desire, of local firms handling various
V .types of desks to get the commission
to- use one. type or. another. v-.The sug-
v. gestloh however, was not favored .by
v the majority of the commission as be
' Ir.g economical . to. the taxpayers and
- - Hue commission decided not . to take, it
up." The commission will therefore
- proceed . as heretofore. If future bids
- - are to be called involving school desks,
the local firms being asked to supply
. the .'commission ', with bids on the
' -desks.'4,''.''. - .". - .(
V Mr, Adams, who retired as ,chair-
man of the commission iecaus'e he is
called . to Hhe - mainland on business
8oon, will still remain a member of
the commission." " :" '. " r 0
-VERY ACTIVE
' Oahu is the leader of all stocks
by a long distance on today's stock j
fcheet, 315 shares selling unchanged
at 27.75, but only -,- 20 shares .on , the
board. The number was divided into'
eleven lots ranging from 5 to SO
Fhares each, w Onomea was the only
clher . sugars stock c dealt In on; the
board, 55 shares In four unequal lots;
iTolllrtcr nnohanciul of KO TK '- Uavaliinl
Pineapple, made the rest : of 'the .ses
sion's business, 50 and 50 shares go
ing up half a point to 44.25. ,
Recess sales show Hawaiian Sugar,
dropped a point to 41 for 80 shares,
Hawaiian Commercial unchanged at
44.50 for. 23 shares, 25 Haiku down
two and a half 'points to 215, Paia
unchanged at. 215 for 5 shares, Houo
kaa down a half point to 10.25 fdr 100
shares, and Olaa off an eighth' at 6.S15
for 50 shares. ' j
fronds are ; represented by $1000 1
Kauai "Railway sixes , up a quarter
above par and $4000 Hawaiian Irriga
tion sixes unchanged at 101.
MAUI GIVEN TITLE TO
PUBLIC BUILDING SITES
Governor Frear has issued an execu
tive order transferring to the count)
of Maul a number of pieces of land
in that county, principally lots occu
pied by court houses an jails. The
transfer is not a conveyance of title,
but merely an assignment of the prop
erty for the county's use.
The transfer Includes the lots now
used for the qounty jail and court
house at Wailuku, the court house and
park at Lahaina, the jail at Lahaina,
the stable at Lahaina, court house at
Makawao, court house at Hana and K'f
pahulu, and the court house at Pukoo,
on AWlokai.
The old Hopper house, at present
located on the lot in front of the new
city library, Is to besold at public
auction September 4. It is a large
frame structure and is said to have
been built about twenty years ago. It
is in goqd condition, however, and it
is thought the purchaser will be able
to move ir bodily from the premises.
The ground there is wanted as a lawn
fronting the new library building.
Chairman George . Askwith of the
industrial commission of the British
board of trade will visit Canada and
the Unltecl States to study labor,
Full Regiment Including Militia;
of Other Islands to Go :
Into Camp
National Guard headquarters pre
sented a busy scene this morning,
with the regimental staff officers and
the headquarters staff hard at work
arranging' the final details- of the mi
litia camp, which opens this evening.
By afternoon, Captain Johnson, the
regimental quartermaster, will have
the tents up, and a model nine-company
camp laid out at Moanalua. A
working detail of twenty men went
out ahead of the regiment, and every
thing will be in readiness for the citizen-
soldiers when they arrive.
Maui has made a spier lid turn-out,
the two companies arriving this monv
ing on the Claudine being well up to
their enlisted strength. Lahaina sends
Company L, with Captain Sam Kelli
noi, First Lieutenant Searli, Second
Lieutenant Kaluakini , and 61 enlisted
men. Company I, from Wailuku, is
commanded by Captain Bal. First
Lieutenant Kamoehole, Second- Lieu
tenant Kaae and 58 men complete the
organization.
These two companies, together with
the company from Hawaii and the six
Oahu companies, will assemble at the
armory this evening, and at 7:30 will
march for Moanalua. It will take fully
two hours to reach the camp, and the
men will not do much besides turn
In until tomorrow morning, when will
commence the series of drills, exer
cises. lectures and tactical walks lead
ing up to the two days problem which
will wind up the encampment.
Officers and men are "both looking
forward to the game of war, for. be
sides providing valuable instruction,
there will be . a certain amount of
pleasurable excitement in the mimic
campaign. Although only the militia
troops will be engaged, the problem, it
is said, has been so ingeniously drawn
up that it contains all sorts of tacti
cal possibilities. Sunday morning and
afternoon the soldiers will march and
the action be concluded Monday morn
ing. Monday afternoon, camp will be
struck and the period of field instruc
tion pver for the year.
Captain Walter Johnson, U. S. A.,
will be the' regular army representa
tive lfi his capacity of lnspector-in.
structor of the Guard, and he will make
an exhaustive report to the War De
partment, concerning' the efficiency in
the field of the Hawailari mnlitla. Dr.
Mount, Medical Corps, U. S. A will
be sanitary Inspector. The sanitary
troops attached to the, First Regiment
win be in command or captain-surgeon
Morong, and Lieutenant Colonel.
Cooper, surgeon general of the Guard,
will be In camp a good part of the
time, and. will give special instruction
and lectures' to the sanitary troops.
Colonel Cooper recently graduated
from the Field Service School for
Army Officers, and his work here will
be of great value to the militia. :
Horses have been provided for all
the officers entitled to mounts. ,
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POLITICAL NEWS AND NOTES lU
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Following is the Demicratic city
and county slate as announced by
Charles (Soapbox) Barron, who, it is
understood wrote it but with singu
lar taodesty refrained from putting
his own name on it. This may be
explained, it is said, by the fact that
he j has aspirations toward the gover
norship: For mayor, Joseph J. Fern.
For auditor, L. D. Timmons. t
For treasurer, Col. Charles McCar
thy. For county clerk, John Effinger.
For county attorney, Clem Quinn.
For sheriff, William P. Jarrett.
For deputy sheiiff Charles rt. Rose.
For supervisors, Richard H. Trent,
president of Trent Trust Company;
Edmund Stiles, of the Bank of Hono
lulu; Richard L. Gilliland, former
deputy sheriff at Waianae;. Lester Pe
trie, master mechanic P.. R. & L. Co.;
William H. McClellan,' 'present super-
visor; M. C., Pachecd,'jfchalrman Ter
ritorial Democratic, central , commit:
tee, and Mr. Markhanx, .
NO "STEAM-ROLLER" IN
LIHUE-NOMINATIONS
LIHUE, August 27. In the absence
cf any steam-roller procedure, the Re
publicans met at the Lihue Hall last
Friday evening and nominated dele
gates as follows: .r. .
v District 'and CountW. H. Rice.
Jr., Wm. Kaiawe, R. U Wilcox, E. JI.
W. Broadbent, S. W. Wilcox. H. Wol
ttrs, Antone Nobrlga, M. B. Fernan
des, Henry Sheldcsi, G. F. Winter,
Fnoka Lovell, C. W. Spitz, J. P. Alo
hikea, A. S. Wilcox.
Territorial Convention Hon. C' A,
Rice, J. H. Kaiwi, P. L. Rice.
Hanatei : Precinct.
The Hanalei Republican Club met
Lt its headquarters last Friday . and
fleeted delegates as follows:', "
County Convention W. F. Saaborn,
Wm. W. Werner, E. Gardner. ; S.
Maluna, S. Kateaka, J. Kalua, -D. Ka
hai, W. C. Aalona, J. .Kaalmaunah,
H. K. Kanehi, R. W. Kaheo, p. Puu
lei,vS. K. Kahua, H. Kapu. f
To Honolulu Jas. K. Lota.
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SLATE IS'SUGGESTED. :
FOR KAUAI ELECTIONS
- Here ' Is a7 political . slate suggested
forv Kauai,, by,- a Garden Jslaid;;poli-
ucian: , , , ,. . (
Senator C. A. Rice. 1 ' : ;
Representatives J. H. Cone, W.
J. Sheldon, J, K. Lota,. R. P. Spalding.
Supervisors H. D. WIshard, W. F.
Sanborn. H. T. Sheldon, W.. D. Mc-
Bryde, Francis Gay. y
County Attorney Kaeo, Haneakua,
cr Kaulukou. . -
J. M. Kaneahua or Jaulukou. v
Auditor C. Maser. " t
Treasurer W. Ii. Grote.
Sheriff W. H. Rice.
S EGRFTAR Y TA Ytfl R ON P1iAW5
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SAN FRANCISCO, August 19. "If
the plans of the Hawaiian Fair Com
mission for the 1915 Exposition are
carried out the exhibit of that Terri
tory at the coming World's Fair will
surpass anything of its kind ever held
In thia nnuntrv " said' A. P. Taylor.
secretary of the Board of Cbmmi3-(
Eioners of the Territory of Hawaii,
who arrived in this city on .the steam
ship Sonoma and is now in confer
ence with the Exposition officials.
Taylor declares that the work of
the Hawaii Commission is well ad
vanced and tha Pi&ns aQd sketches
for the exhibit are to be submitted to
the Legislature at its next session.
He is confident that. $150,000 will be
set aside for Hawaii's building and
exhibit.
To Show Wonderful Scenery.
"Our plans contemplate a display of
Hawaifls wonderful scenery in dio-
ramlc effects, showing the . Volcano
of Kilauea, the Nuuanu PalC rugged
coast scenes, and the deep gorges- of
the Island of Kauai, which rival those
of the Grand Canyon. Unfortunately,
t he last Legislature in passing a
measure for the appointment - of . a
Fair Commission, did not appropriate
funds for: preliminary expenses, and
the commission's work for some time
was perfunctory. Funds have been
placed in the hands of the commis
sion, and comprehensive plans' are be
ing worked out.
Transplant Native Charm.
"I doubt If .there is a part of the
American mainland which has scenic
attractions to; equal those of the Ha
waiian Islands. There is a peculiar,
subtle charm about the Hawaiian Isl
ands which appeals to travelers, and
those charms we expect to transfer
in some form or another to San Fran
cisco in 1915."
The Famous
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Distemper Remedy, Ilane Lotion, '
Flea Destroyer, 'Worm Ilcdicine
SOLD ONLY AT, OUR STORE
Fort and Hotel Streets
PASS EXAMS.
FOR TEACHER'S
CERTIFICATES
PAID. HIS RENT WITH .
BAD CHECK IS CHARGE
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On the charge of passing a; forged
check on Lau Chong, 'his landlord, as
a rental payment, Isato, a Japanese
proprietor of a -billiard parlor on Mau-.
na Kea street was arrested yesterday
by Detective Harry Lake. Tong is ac
cuted T of filling in a : blank checV of
Bishop & Company for 50, sighing
I with the name of T. Tanaka. Lau
Chong accepted the, paper but Bishop
& Company declined to ; receive U
when he presented it for payment The
firm ; declared It spurious and : : Lau
Chong then carried his grievance to
the office of the city and county attor-
ney. ' : . :
WlUIam Henry has filed a petiUon,
for discharge from his responsibility
as receiver' for the Fidelity Insurance
Company. He sets forth that aftar -Settling
virtually all accounts he has
on hand $1517.73, also $332 held by a
garnishment on the account of Emmet
May against the company. s
T. Kanagusku; has; filed a petition
for divorce from Kama Kanagusuku,
alleging desertion. r
Results of the examinations held on
August 5, 6, and 7 for primary and
grammar grade certificates have been
announced. There were eighty-nine
candidates for primary grade teaching
certificates and twenty candidates for
grammar grade certificates. The fol
lowing are reported as successful :
Primary Grade Miss Louise Meln-
ecke, Frank K. Hoopii, Mrs. Margaret
Waldron, Miss Hannah Sheldon, Miss
Alice K. HoaDili, Miss Fanny Moir,
Mrs. A. H. Olney, Mrs. Elvira W. So.
per, Miss Anna E. Pung, Miss Jennie
Caspar, Miss Margaret Macey, Miss
Hjfnttio Tnrifon Mlco f nrfo AnHorcnn
Mrs. Louise Campbell, Gabriel Ah Yo,
Miss Edna H. Curtis, Ernest G. Cock-'
ett, Miss Milla Dunn,. Miss Mary Ra- !
Dosa. Oliver Mitchell. Jubilee Lukela.l
William P. Haia. Miss Zalida V. de la
kin, Miss Agnes Kaaukai, Miss E.
j Erickson, Edward Kaupa, Miss Alice
B. Davis.
Grammar Grade John A. Medeiros,
Miss Charlotte Cowan, Eugene Hor
ner, Miss Orpha Starratt, Miss Emily
Ewaliko, Miss Gladys Haina.
POPE MAY ACT IN
RUBBER SCANDAL
ROME, August 10. The Pope is j
awaiting with deep anxiety -the
United States 'action in the Putu-;
mayo rubber district in South Ameri-j
ca,' according to Vatican officials. Un-i
less the United States acts it is the)
Pontiffs view- that he must do so,'
because he believes no one else with'
sufficient authority to accomplish,
anything can take the necessary j
steps to protect the Putumayo natives j
Irom the rubber dealers' cruelty with-j
cut clashing with the Monroe Doc-,
trine. j
The Vatican, however, can move
effectively if it wishes. Indeed, the ,
Pope has already sent an encyclical
letter, to every archbishop, bishop.'
nuncio and papal delegate in South
America calling for organized effort
in the natives' behalf. The money
needed to send the papal commission
recently appointed into the Putumayo
country is also assured.
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TERRITORY TO PROBE LYMAN, ' '''T
COIN FOR PEARL HARBOR WORK, .
JUDD CALLS FOR SANITATION, " .
MURRAY RETIRES. TO SEEK CONTROL, - rt'H
GUARDSMEN COME FOR WAR GAME, . .'-'y
AMERICAN - CHINESE 0RGANIZE;F0R POLITICS,
MEAD GOING TO PHILIPPINES, '
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