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Temperature, t &. tu., a a. tn.; 10
i. m., and morning minimum:
72, 77, 70, 81, 70.
Barometoi teadmg: absolute hu
nldlty (grains per cuot: toot); rola
Ut humidity and dew point at S
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Rainfall Curing :i noun ending S
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Total wind movement during 14
hours ending ut noon, 115 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL
Paragraph' That Give Condensed
News of the Day.
Elegantly wrnlsned rooms with ho
and cold baths at Hotel Arlington.
For tne beat maao rubber stamps
co to Wall, Nichols Co.. Ltd. Thoy
Cable advices from Dr. Victor S
Clark state that a party of Russians
has left Manchuria for Hawaii, the
first of the new campaign for Rus
Don't forget about the fireworks,
fire crackers, torpedoes and bombs for
tho Fourth. Arloigh & Co., Hotel
near Fort, havo the largest stock- In
The trustees of Kalulani Home In
vlto all social workers and the gen
oral public to meet Miss Rlascoer at
the Homo, on King street on Monday
next at half-past ten o'clock, a. m.
After a battle lasting over two or
three sessions of the board, the It
cense commissioners yesterday grant
ed n second class wholesale liquor 11
cense to Joseph I. Medelros of Wala-
Waikikl Indies, who are Interested
and willing to help in the outdoor im
provement work in that district, are
invited to attend an organization
meeting to bo held' ut the residence
of Mrs. Alexander Young Monday
morning, nt half-past nine o'clock.
All the Portuguese residents of
I'unchhowl have been Invited by
Prince Knlanlanaole to meet him at
tho Kaplolanl building on Tuesday at
twelve o'clock. A few tenants of the
Kaplolanl Estate attended a meeting
there yesterday at which John F. Col
burn presided. It is reported that
Manager Colburn will try to prevent
the sale of the preference rights lots
by the government, even if a case
nan to be taken to the United States
Word has been received of the re
cent deatli in California of Louis N.
Touissant, a former resident of Hono
lulu, who for many years was manag
er of the slaughter house of the Me
tropolitan Meat Market. He died at!
the home of his daughter In Snn Fran
cisco. Mr. Touissant leaves a large
estate consisting of Honolulu realty
and sugar stocks. Friends here be
lieve that this will go to his daugh
ter, as she is tho only living relative.
, The estate is under the management
of the Henry Waterhouse Trust Com
pany. As a result of the Joint meeting or
commercial bodies yostorday, on the
matter of a building to house thorn.
the subcommittee consisting of B. H.j
Paris, W. V. Dillingham, Fred L. Wal
dron and Fred Macfarlane will can
' vass the business houses for funds.
It. W. Shingle, holder of an option on
tlie Sprockels properties, offers tho
- site at Bishop and Merchant streets
for $100,000, and It Is proposed to
have a building to cost not less than
$lfi0,000 more. George W. Smith pre
sided and II. P. Wood acted as sec
retary. A Washington letter says that, for
tho accommodation of the Pacific Mall
Steamship Company, which contem
plates the establishment of a now
transpacific line touching at Hawaii,
Ihe Panama Canal Hill has been
amended by the senate committee on
Interoeeantc canals so as to exempt
the Pacific Mall front the prohibition
contained In tho bill against steam
boats owned or controlled by rail
roads using the Panama ('anal. The
exemption was made becauso tho com
pany's representatives told tho com
mittee that the proposed prohibition
would prevont them from establish
ing tho new lino.
Mttberl Cntloti iwul a piipn on Kob
ert l.onl Htpvt-npoii before tln Scot
tish Thistle Club litHt Miff lit. which
wn grwUly aiirefltt"d by the mem
bom. It wrnj a vary romprphnnsivp
it-dure In which wm ably and mi
rlnrtly aketelml the life and work
of the great Scottish novelist, who
was nn honorary chieftain of this elub
and once favored It with a lecturo
as classic as anything he over wroto
or spoke. Mr. Cation bocatuo Inter
ested In Stevenson first when intro
duced to him here and had tho great
privilege thoruuftpr of being num
bered among his friends to tho last.
Since Stovenson's death he has cor
responded with his wife and other rel
atives visiting some of these together
with old friends of Stevenson in tho
llrltlsh Isles a few years ago. Thus
his lecture was enriched by many
things not in tho books ot and about
In an interesting dlscussiou that
followed two ot tho nutllenco who had
enjoyed the friendship of Stevenson
gave some reminiscences and anec
dotes of the famous author.
So well did the members feel pleas
ed with tthe evening's outcome thnt,
on the suggestion of Chief Tosh, It
was decided Io have literary even
ings oftener In the future than here
tofore. An cx-chlef of long ago was
"reclaimed" as n member by a stand
ing vote of tho club.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Dr. Charles T. Rodgere.
Notice is hereby given to all cred
itors ot Charles T. Rodgers, deceased.
Vj present their claims, duly authen
ticated and with proper vouchers, If
any exist, even If the claim is secur
ed by mortgage upon real estate, to
the undersigned -within six months
from date, either at residence of Wil
liam D. Alexander at 1I10S Punahou
street, Honolulu, or at residence of
Henry C. Moyers at 2431 Notley St.
Honolulu, within six months from
Any claims not ao presented will be
Honolulu, Hawaii, Juno 6, 1912.
WILLIAM D. ALEXANDER.
HENRY C. MEYERS,
Executors of will of Dr. Charles T.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII AT CHAM
In the Matter of the Estate of Sen
jlroc Odo, Deceased:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS:
Tho undersigned having been duly
appointed Administrator Of tho Es
tate of SENJIRO ODO, deceased,
hereby gives notice to all creditors
of. said deceased to present . their
claims, duly authenticated and with
rroper vouchers, if any exist, oven if
the claim Is secured by mortgage
upon real estate, to him at his of
fice at 35 N. Hotel street, Honolulu,
within six months from the date of
the first publication of this notice,
said date being June 25th, 1912, or
within six months from tho day, they
fall due, or the same will be forever
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 25, 1312.
Administrator of the Estato of Sen
jiro Odo, deceased.
8ALE OF GENERAL LEASE OF
UPPER POUNALA, EWA, OAHU.
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, July
8, 1912, at the front door to tho Capl-.
tol Building, Honolulu, there will to
old at pubic auction, under Part v
of the Land Act of 1895, Sections 278
185 inclusive, Revised Laws of Ha
waii, a general leaso of the land of
Upper Pouhala, Ewa, Oahu, contain
ing an area of 810 acres, more or
Upset rental $405.00 per annum;
payable semi-annually In advance.
Term of lease 15 years from July 1,
All boundaries to be fenced.
Purchaser to pay cost of adver
Reservation regarding land requir
ed for agricultural, homestead, re
clamation, settlement or public pur
poses, and the further conditions that
the rents of all lands withdrawn for
pineapple cultivation to bo fixed by
arbitration, will bo embodied tn this
All persons dc3lrlnt, to object be
cause these lands should be home
steaded or otherwise, are requested
to present such objections to the Board
of Public Lands, In writing or In per
son, on or before Friday, June 28,
For maps and further particulars,
apply at tho office of tho Commis
sioner of Public Lands, Capitol build
JOSHUA D. TUCKER,
Commissioner ot Public Lands,
Dalod at Honolulu, June 5, 1912'.
FIAT LUX FOR WAILUKU
ON NEXTMONDAY NIGHT
Wailuku And Kahului Will Be Ablaze
With Electric Light For First Time
In Their History
(Special Corresiondence of the Star)
WAILUKU, Juno 28. The Island
Electric Company has the wires strung
In nil the streets of Wailuku and Ka
hului F.lul tho llxtunvt ready for tho
turning on of the current on Monduy
night. Tho plnnt Is In first class
shape. R. E. Hond, the president of
the company, has been In townjill tho
week, and will remain over until ho
is satisfied that the running of tho
plant !,i perfect. Ho brought with him
one or two ndaitlona' men from Hono
lulu, who under Manager Scott Wright
have been working night and day to
finish the job. Tho Maul Hotel has
been wired this past week, and It Is
said tho fixtures are particularly at
tractive. The two towns will bo ablaze
with electric light for the first time
In their history.
The principal feature of .the turning
on of tho current will be a dance
given In honor of the event In the
Gymnasium In Wailuku. The Island
Electric Company decorate the place
Inside and out, and tho dance will be
one of the best of the season. Captain
O. J. Whitehead is the floor manager.
n inrirn number of prominent ladles
have generously consented to be pat
ronesses of the affair. The benefit
Is'for the Hmynaslum.
Personal and Social.
The Maui schools closed this week.
The attendance exerciser Iiub been
large, and the pupils in all the schools
CLEANUP COMMITTEE (
THANKS THE PUBLIC
At a meeting of the Cartage Com
mittee, of tho .1912 Cleanup Day cam
paign, hold yesterday. It was unani
mously resolved that a public expres-'
sion of thanks and appreciation be
road by this committee for generous
spirit or cooperation manifested very
generally by owners ot teams and
conveyances which enabled It to very
greatly reduce the cost of handling
tho great quantities of refuso which
had to be moved.
The total expenditures of this com
mittee amounted to but ?237. A large
number of wagons, carts and drays,
together with drivers, were freely
placed at the disposition of the com
mittee, and used, to great advantage.
All nationalities were represented fn
this and the committee cordially
thanks all who thus assisted them.
. EMH, A, BERNDT,
Chairman, Cartage Committee; 1912
Cleanup Day Campaign. "
" REID LYMAN.
Hawaii Herald, June 28. Standing
under a pretty Moral bell suspended
from an artistic canopy draped in one
of tho rooms at the residence of W.
H. fleers, Jas. G. Reld, the well-known
anil popular chief ofTlcer on the steam
er Enterprise, was yesterday married
to Surah I. Lyman, one of Hllo'n
popular young ladies. Rev. W. H.
Fcnton-Smith of tho Church ot tho
S PERSONS IN
A. L. LOUISSON, the coffee planter,
Is reported to have wedded a widow
In Los Angeles last week.
JOHN T. MOIR of Onoraea won the
quoit championship on board tho
steamer Honolulan, traveling to tho
Chicago convention as a delegate.
VAUGHAN MacCAUGHEY of tho Col
lego of Hawaii, who is a member of
tlie summer faculty at Cornell, is
advertising Hawaii by giving stere
CAPT. CLIFTON C. CARTER has
been detached from the Coast Ar
tillery at Fort Ruger and Is to re
port to the c.ommandant of the ar
tillery district of Chesapeake.
V. SHERMAN POTTS, an artist
friend of Jumcs A. Wilder, has writ
ten the promotion committee that
he will endeavor to present a floral
parade poster design In the prize
S. SHEBA, editor of tho Hawaii Shin
po. Is making arrangements to give
an English translation of Jnpaneso
plays at the Asahl Theater. Read
ers of the Star will remember that
a similar bilingual experiment in
Toklo has proved a success,
CHARLES S. FEE, pafsonger traffle
manager of tho Southern Pacific," nt
San Francisco, has advised the pro
motion commltteo that ho will take
hnve shown inbst creditable work.
-Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Sloggctt of Ha
makuapoko returned Inst Friday from
a three months trip throughout the
States. They wont ivj fur East as
Florida, visiting relntlves nnd friends
there nnd in Richmond nnd Now York
and other principal cities. They had'
a splendid time.
Miss Agnes Alexander has been visit
ing friends and relatives on Maul for
tho last week.
Frank V. Crockett, who has been
spending the last three yeara in Vir
ginia attending Fisk University pre-
paratory school, and one year In the
co'Jege, Is. back on a summer's vaca-
tlon. He is with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Crockett Misa Grace
Crpckett is also Jiomo from her school
Mrs. W. F. Mossman, well known on
Maul, is once more located In Wr.Uuku.
Her friends are pleased that she Is to
llvo In town. She hoa secured tho
Valo'emar Roger house, which is to bo
thoroughly renovated for her.
Kahului is overhauling the old
Young Men's Club, and will have there
a first class theater In the future.
Rev. Tl. P. Judd and family sailed
this week for Honolulu. Mrs. Judd
will remain in town .some weeks, at
tending the Kauai convention with
her husband. Mr. Judd returns to
morrow nnd will leave on Monday for
a trip to Hana, where he will hold a
Sunday School teachers' institute.
Holy Apostles officiated and the cere
mony was witnessed by members of
the family and a few friends.
Miss Ellen Lyman was maid of
honor and Ralph E. Balding acted as
best man for the bridegroom. Tho
bride was given away by Rufus Ly
man. Carrying tho ring and officiating
as page boy was little Freddy Deors.
After the ceremony was ove "tho
guests made thplr way ' to another
room where amid pretty and artistic
surroundings a fine luau was served.
Several congratulatory speeches were
made and suitable responses given
NOTICE TO CREDITOR8.
Estate of Kllce K. Keawe.
Tho undersigneQ, having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Alice K. Keawe, late of Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, hereby gives no
tice to all creditors having claims
against said estate, to present the
same, duly authenticated, to him at
the office of Castle & Withlngton, at
torneys at law, No. 37 Merchant street,
Honolulu within six (C) months from
the date hereof.
Parties Indebted to the estate are
requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned at tho above
Dated, Honolulu, T. H., June 4 th,
WILLIAM R. CASTLE,
Administrator of tho Estate of Alice
K. Keawe. Deceased.
THE NEWS &
a large share in assisting Walter
G. Smith, special publicity agent, to
arrange his lecture dates. Pres
ident Moore of the Panama-Pacific
Exposition Compauy will also look
after Air. Smith.
m m m
REAR-ADMIRAL STANFORD, chief
of the bureau of yards and docks
of the Navy, is expected horo next
week, to Inspect the Pearl Harbor
naval station, and to sit as a mom
her of the naval board to determine
the extra compensation to the con
tractor for special work done In con
nection with tho building of tho dry
dock. C. SAKAMOTO, a musician who wa3
at Manchuria with the Japanese
army during the Russo-.lapaneso
war eight years ago for the pitr-
poso of entertaining them during
that struggle, has arrived in Hono
lulu und will give several enter
tainments here. His first appear
ance will bo this evening at tho
PROF. SHIGETAKA SHIGA, famous
Japanese lecturer, historian, travel
or and statesman, delivered the
first of a series of lectures hold un
, dor tho auspices of tho Klnyo Kwal,
Friday Evening Club, at tho Opera
House last evening. A large and
appreciative audience greeted him.
Twenty-thi;ce yours ago the -.famous
educator visited Honolulu and is
now renewing acquaintanceships
formed nt that time.
Is The Best Part of Manoa Valley
Be Sure You Visit
The Choice in WOODLAWN Lots Are I r
Rapidly Being Sold I
One Acre Lots for
$750 for Choice
About One and Three-quarters Cents per Square Foot.
$250 Cash. $250 in One Year. $250 in Two Years
, TORREN'S TITLE DEEDS
Chas. S. Desky
Continued from page six.)
Mrs. Anna B. Tucker announces tho
engagement of her daughter Anna to
Dr. Carl Ramus, U. S. M. C.
Doctor and Mrs. George W. McCoy
and family aro occupying tho homo
of Dr. Pratt until they leave for Mo-
Mr. and Mrs. John Alfred Magoon
announce the engagement of their
daughter Kamakia to Mr. Richard
Kipling of San FranciBco. Tho wed
ding will tako place on the 4th day or
Mrs. Carlos Long entertained at a
pol luncheon yesterday for the Misses
Margaret, Mona, Eva and Maud Hind.
A large tulle draped basket filled with
yellow cosmos formed the centerpiece
for tho table when covers were laid
for Queen LiliuokalanI, Mrs. Robert
Hind, the Misses Hind, Mrs. Iaukea,
Mrs. Morion, Mrs. Charles Chilling
worth, Mrs. A. G. M. Robertson, Mrs,
Charles Hall, Miss Beryl Hunter-Jones,
Miss Crichton Hunter-Jones, Miss
Ethel' Whiting, Mrs. Bennett, Miss
Craig, Miss Starrett, Miss Magoon,
Miss Gallic, Lucas, Miss Buchanan,
Mrs. Potrie, tho Misses Low, Miss
Smith, the Misses Colburn, Mrs. Col
bum, Miss Sybil Robertson, Miss
Johnson. Miss Freeth, Miss Peck, tho
Misses McCorriston, Mrs. Kerr, Mrs,
Coombs and Mrs. Long.
Miss Daphne Carr Is hostess at a
bridge tea this afternoon for Mrs
Banker, tho wife of Captain Banker,
who Is soon to leave for China. The
prize for tho highest score is nn
ivory fan. Tho Invited guests aro
Mrs. E. W. Banker, Mrs. Douglas Mc
Dougal, Mrs, . Johnson, Mrs. Ross
Kingsbury, Miss Edith Cowles, Miss
Klllcott, Miss Betty Case, Miss Nora
Sturgeon, Miss Dorothy Wood, Miss
Best Part of Honolulu
JUNETHE MONTH OF
BRIDES AND ROSES
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TMC f gCr EVERY
No finer display of Cut Glass rich, deep cuttings was ever
shown here, and the other departments aro likewise teeming, with
gift suggestions. Don't worry come in today.
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
55-57 King Street.
Helen Rockwell, Miss Magoon and
Miss Stella Carr.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lymnn of Puna
aro planning to spendvtho summer lu
Visalia, their country homo. They
will leavo Hilo on tho 30th.
Mr. Ralph G. Curtis who for two'
years lias been a Btudont at tho com-'1
merelal high school In San Francisco,
No doubt among th0 prospective
brides of merry June aro sonio of
your young friends.
Perhaps you already have the
Invitations to tbo wedding,
Perhaps the question of suitable
gifts Is giving you occasional se
Why not settle it at once?. -We
can help you o'er the difficulty
with suggestions by tho score
we're primed for such contingen
cies. will return to Hllo in tho next W1I
helmina to spend tho vacation with his
parents, Mr. und Mrs. A. G. Curtis of
Clerk Murphy, of tho United Statos
district court, und his assistants, aro
very busy just now making up their
semi-annual -reports to Washington.
This entails a great dual of work,
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