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SUNDAY BULLETIN. HONOLULU H. T.. SUNDAY. JUNE 15, 10TO,
Our vehicles have the most advanced ideas in design,
and excel others in durable qualities and finish. . ,
Clias, F. Herrick Carriage Go,, Limited
Sole Agents Columbus Buggy Co.
Read "Wants" on page 6.
Q, 11. Kerrey's olllce, 8 Campbell bid. t
Ice cold beer $2.00 n dozen; Cumani
&. Co.. Tel. Illuc 432.
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C, J. Day's grocery.
Ocntletnen, refresh yourselves nt tho
l'lrst National Saloon. I
Corns and Ingrowing nails success
fully treated without pain. Dr. llogle.
L.Vi'egon block, Hotel street.
T oOlco of tho PEERLESS PRE
SEHYlt.w.' PAINT CO. Is 017 Fort
Handsome o Isplay of millinery at
N. H. Sachs DrJ Goods Co. this week.
Many new Htyles. (
Prince David lC.iwanannkoa and a
party of friends wll ,'eavo for Hllo on
June 21 to attend the races.
The Wur Department has supplied
the Hawaiian National Hoard with
arms and ordnance stores.
Mrs. Annls Montague. Turner has
taken up her claRs In vocul culture.
See Uuslnrs Directory page 6.
Letters from Queen Lllluokalanl
state that she Intends to leave Wash
ington for Honolulu on June 10.
Germany has ratified tho Brussels
convention and will discontinue tho
Yiyment of bounties on beet sugar.
Col. C. J. McCarthy has resigned as
chairman of the Territorial Central
Committee of the Democratic party.
The Myrtle championship race crews
will go down to Pearl Harbor tomorrow
to train for the big events of July 4.
Last night's arrestB included ono for
assault with a deadly weapon, two tor
'fornication and three for drunkenness,
V. Beakbanc Is positively the very
best engraver of Invitations and cards
in the city. Sec Uusiness Directory on
W. C. Aclji has been cited to appear
before Judge Robinson to show cause
why he should not be adjudged, In con
tempt of court
Take a glance at page 6 and observo
the Lahalnn ads under Uusiness Direc
tory; you may need the Informatlop
In the future.
Tomorrow Mrs. Frank Jordan will ,
give a reception In honor of her sister.
MI.13 Josephine Asberry. The affair
will last from 8 till 10 p. m.
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery Co.,
located on Ilethel street. Is prepared to
handle all small packages for you. Sco
ad under Uusiness Directory on page 6.
G. Deltz, the Jeweler, near Hotel on
Fort Btn-et, has a nice line of Jewelry
and Is prepared to do all kinds of re
pairing. See Business Directory pa go
Subjects of Mr. Muckley's sermons
today nro. "The Single Aim," nnd
"Tho Value of Llttlo Things." The
morning sermon Is the fifth in the se
ries on tho Sermon on the Mount.
Tho locnl cricketers assembled for
practice, on the Maklki grounds yester
day afternoon at 3 o'clock. There were
about a dozen men present each of
whom was given ten minutes at tho bat.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
fornit Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island trulls- Telephone Main
Your arc Invited to visit tho Island
Curio store on Hotel street. The most
complete collection of Hawaiian curios
on sale. Recommend your friends to
this old Curiosity Shop. It's a regular
A burglary was committed Friday
night' In the store of Kim Kee, on King
street on the mauka sldo of the street,
near Dowsett lane. Two coats, four
teen pairs of woolen and ono dozen
blue trousers were taken away.
Tho Young People's Union of Hono
lulu will havo their annual rally at tho
Portuguese Mission church, on tho
corner of Miller and Punchbowl
streets, tomorrow evening nt 7:30
o'clock. Rev. O. L. Pearson will make
There will be preaching by Rev. Wm.
Morris Klncald of Central Union
church thlH morning. In the evening
at tho regular hour, Rev, J. A. Cruzan
will speak on the subject, "Successful
Failure." At 0:30 o'clock, the Chris
tian Endeavor Society will hold n mis
Hov. C. V. Anthony will preach nt
tho Methodist Episcopal church thin
morning at It o'clock. Subject, "Tho
Joy of the Lord His People's
Strength." The Epworth League will
meet at G:30 p. m. There will be
preaching at tho regular hour In tho
evening by Rev. G. L. Pearson.
Kona coffee to be good mitkt be pure
C. J. Day sells It.
Nicely furnished rooms, ropular
House, 124D Fort St. $1.50 per week up.
Plans for the Fourth of July celebra
tion are being cut to suit the economic
cloth now In vogue.
For baby cnrrlages and sewing nil'
chines and stoves and safis, call on
Holfschlaeger Co., Ltd.
At a meeting of Co. C. N. G. H., lu
the drill shed Friday evening, J, A.
Gonsalves was reelected captain for one
The Ministerial I'nlon of Honolulu
will meet In Central I'nlon church nt 10
n m. tomorrow. The speaker will be
Rev. A. V. Soares, on "Evangelical
Work Among the Portuguese-."
The commencement concert of tho
Onhu College department of music
will lio held next Thursday, S p. m lu
Pauahl Hall. The public Is cordially
Invited to attend.
The gasoline schooner Eclipse, o(
the Hawaiian Navigation Company,
was sold at public auction yestcrdny
by J. F. Morgan. Von Haam Young
Company was the only bidder ami se
cured the vessel for $7v0u.
The Wilder Steamship Company has
brought suit against the Kamnlo Sugar
Company. Limited, for the lecovery of
$1281.72 and Interest on this amount
from June 13, 1S02. alleged to be due
tor work nnd labor performed.
George Adams, known among tlu
cowboys of Oahu, Hawaii and Maul as
George "llllonl," Is out Just $000, hard
earned money which he has been stow
ing away, and a Porto Rlcan, now on
the Mainland. Is the man who got the
The 1902 Social Club held the first
shirtwaist dance of the summer at San
Antonio Hall last Friday evening. The
gentlemen were comfortably dressed in
shirtwaists and white duck trousers.
while the ladles wore shirtwaists and
The largest attendance the club has
yet had attests the popularity of thu
Idea, and by a unanimous vote, it wu9
decided to continue tho shirtwaist
dances throughout the summer months.
At the quarterly meeting held last
week President E. A. Jacobson and
Secretary-Treasurer Fred Noyes were
unanimously chosen for second terms,
Carl Taylor, Aly McChcsney and Mrs.
E. A. Jacobson were eucted to tho
board of directors for the ensuing quar
ter. A vote of thanks wns given to
the tetlrlng ofllcers nnd committees for
their past services,
Hy tho report of the secretary-treasurer
tho club's membership wns shown
to be rapidly approaching the limit
originally decided upon by the organi
zation, and that the treasury was found
to be In good condition to u.iUtnnd
any demands made upon It for the run
ning expenses of tho club.
Next Tuesday evening the members
and their friends will enjoy n trolley
ride over tho tracks of the Rapid Tran
sit Co., the two large party ears hav
ing been engaged for that purpose. The
cars leave tho corner of lleretanln and
Alapal at 8 p. m., nnd all those Intend
ing to go are requested to be at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. ltVder, Ucrctan
lu Btreet near Alapal, before that hour.
A committee Is at work getting plans
for a Fourth of July picnic, which will
be livid somewhere beyond tho Pall.
All arrangements will be mado before
the next weekly meeting on Friday
Another large party Is on the hori
zon since the success of the first one,
nnd may be held In July. All mem
bers are requested to be out next Fri
Night Operator Figueredn, at the tele
phone exchange, will sptnd hl last night
at the switchboard to'diy. Hit services
will be no linger required bv the Mutual
Telephone Cunlp.iny. . Flgueredo said last
night that the compiny had been cutting
down expenses and that Chinese operators
were going to be employed, as thtlr ser
vices could be secured for less wages. He
said that Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mello were
discharged recently because the company
was reducing expenses and that he was
also to be sacnri:m on me auar or eco
nomy. Superintendent Lehigh could not
be communicated with last night and It Is
not known definitely what the plans of
the company are.
(Continued from pnce 1.)
was a hard matter to do any picking or
choosing. On the outcomo of this race
there were all kinds of betting and
much money passed from pocket to
pocket. Some sports picked a horse
and wagered that he would not como
In last. Only the moro daring picked a
horse against the field.
Box Parties In the Stand
There were numerous box parties In
the grand stand. A few of the princi
pal ones were those of Judge Ocorge D.
Dear, Prince David Kawananakoa,
Prince Cupid Kalanlanaole , Colonel
Samuel Parker and A. A, Young.
While yesterday's list of events was
not as long as that of Kamehameba
, Day, there was Just as good sport. I
Probably tho most exciting race ot
tho day. nt any rate the closest, was
tho third event In which Prince David H
Weller was matched against OS. Mc-
Kent's General Cronje In the one
and n half mi e dash. Betting was high.
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When the horses nt to the post cl-1
lcr behaved badly and some thought
he was going to disappoint his friends
This affected betting somewhat and
those who had been ottering generotti
odds came down n little In their reckon
ing. Weller, once started, however
made up for his balklncss. It seemed
that he stuck his saucy nose nhenil on
purpose to win when the line was
crossed, for that's all he won by. Jut
No Race In Seventh Event.
There was some disappointment ex
pressed when It was announced from
iL.. j.-lt.4nft1 4- li t iliA unt'ntllh
tho Judges' stand that the seventh
event would not be a race. This was
the one mile dash handicap for tho
Honolulu llrewlng Company's cup and
.1 purse of $100. Weller was not en
tered In this race and the prize lay be
tween O'Rourke's Carter Harrison and
McKcnzlc's Nullah. If the race came
off.. Tho weights were changed, how-
..,. nltn. Ihn ,,nlrlo hmt lippn mnde.
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McKcnzIc would not enter .tiiian since """i' , , ,; .,,...
he had not been consulted by the own- 1 was withdrawn. This lelt Del Ista
cr of Carter Harrison In regard to the 1 und Mollle Connors to fight It out.
changing of the weights. Carter liar- Some thought that Del Vista had
rlson went round the track, therefore, j run herself nut In the first. She prov
nlonc. ' ed 'his a mistake, however, by winning
Del Vista Wins Good Race. 'by several lengths in 1:10.
The live-eighths mile dash, free for The next event was the trotting and
all, for n purse of $100. was the first pacing race. 2:24 class. Cyclone hnd
event of the afternoon. The crowd wm ,,.eii entered but could not run, as
on a tip-toe of expectation and the i previously noted,
grand stand was buzzing with money-1 Sambo was favorite. Edna G. wns
talk for fully fifteen minutes before the I considered good, and Los Angeles was
horses were let loose. Three animals
were entered. All started.
C. McClellan's Rejected, V. G. Walk
er's Del Vista nnd Rallentlnc's Mollle
Connors wcro the contestants. Mollle
Connors wns the general favorite and
It was impossible to get even money
ogalnBt the field. There were a few
wise ones who plnccd bets at good odds
on Del Vista. There was some 5 to 1
money, some 3 to l, mil mostly a 10 i.
Dallentlne backed his maro heavily
and a good deal of money was placed bj
commissioners. Walker quietly plac
ed money on Del Vista, taking what
ever odds were offered by the Mollle
Rejected waB not much spoken ol
andthose who wanted to put money on
the animal secured big odds, 17 to 1,
The start was a good one nnd Mollle
Connors and Del Vista shot ahead to
gether like arrows Bprung nt once
from the some bow. Then Mollis
forged ahead for a second or two, only
to be caught up with by Del Vista. An
eighth from home they were almost
neck and neck nnd the Jockeys were
whipping hnrd. Del Vleta did things
however, when she saw home In Bight
and took the lead, crossing the lln
several lengths ahead.
Those wlio had lost money on Mol
lle Connors consoled themselves In tho
belief that she would make up their
losses In the fifth race, the three-quarter
mile dash. Del Vista made the t-S
mile In 1:03 4-5.
Qulnn's Cyclone Withdrawn.
Qulnn's Cyclone was withdrawn from
the second race, trotting and pacing,
2:14 class, on account of having burst
a blood vessel. Cyclone was with
drawn by virtue of a veterlnary'b cer
tificate, much to the disappointment of
many. This race was for tho best two
In three heats for a purse of $200,
W. H. Smith's Abdlne nnd MeKcn
zle's Wayboy were the only Btarters.
Retting was about even. Mnny lost
interest as far as betting was concern
ed when they learned that Cyclone
was withdrawn. Way boy won two
heats In succession, the third race being
pulled off between the first and second
licnts of tho second race. Wayboy's
time In the first heat was 2:20 Vt. In
tho second hent he covered the mllu
In 2:23, beating his time in the first
heat by 3',4 seconds. His victory was
an easy ono nnd In both heats he won
without urging nnd by big margins.
Weller and Cronje.
Weller and General Cronje were
mntched In the third race. Vldl had
This was an exciting event and ono
that brought the money by the hun
dreds of dollars from numerous pocket
books. It also brought a volume of
sound from the grand stand that was
prodigious. No other race was hb close
The event was the mile and a halt
dash, freo for all. Weller was the fa
vorlto and his sympathizers gave five
and four to one. The start was n long
tlr.fc coming. Weller didn't wnnt to
stuit. Ho was balky. His nasty be
havior at the post lost him many sym
pathizers. The wise ones stuck to
Weller. however. Many bets wcro tak
en against Weller at the tempting odds
Seven or olght times a start was at
tempted. Each time General Cronja
would dash to the foro while Weller
fooled at tho post. Tho crowd wns be
ginning to despair of a good Btart
Then the shout went up that they had
started; and it was a good start,
Weller Wins by a Nose.
For the first half mile the pair kept
together. They were neck nnd neck
when they lc by the grand stand,
finishing the first half. They kept pret-
ty close together until the last quarter
was commenced. Then they were al
most neck and neck. A second later
l'lggott applied the whip and General
Cronje forged ahead. For n second or
two It looked as If Cronje would get
there first. But Weller wns on deck
and worked his legs to good advantage.
When the flying horses approached Ihe
line they were so close that It was Im
possible to tell who had the advantage.
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and neck, For that small fraction of n
second that It took the animals to
traverse the small fraction of space an
acute silence endured. Then Woller's
nose shot out and he had won the race.
The burst of sound from the crowd was
terrific. For an Instant the uncertain
ty had been so Intense that tho mo
mentary silence seemed as n bubble In
the ocean of noise. Tho race was de
clared the most strenuous of the after
noon. Time, 2:42.
The fourth race was an entertaining
one. though lacking In the Intense ex
citement of the one preceding It.
Iloswcll Jr. was favorite. This was
.a trotting nnd pnclng race for Hawa-
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two,y.two. had the most friends, llct-
, wng velj. nm man. I),opl ,oolf
lh flel( im UmwM Dt fa)r ,,,,,
Qa Hor,e Ddn., Tre
cmh ,m( nmny .ynipath,zcrl
, , kom who ,noURht ,je.
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lull IlllKUl " tuiueilliuft iviuamouiK,
Con,1(lcrablc lllraculty .as experienced
, , ft gtart ,n ,,, hcnU Som0
, wng. nttcmpt on tlie
i pait of the drivers of the other horses
to tire the old horse out before th
race lotumeiicod. Again nnd again were
the starters sent back to start afirsh.
I At last n clean start was made.
I Uoiwell Jr. wns third when the first
quarter was pascd. At the half lie
I was way abend and finished with lots
of room for safety. In the lltst heat
Iloswcll mad the circle In 2::il4. Tha
second hent was run after tho flftli
h I(,ei le(, o(f T,1(J gama
story wns told In tho second as In tho
first, lloswcll's time In the second was
The Ihiee-qiiaiter mile -dash, tho
fifth event, had been looked forward
to with a Brent deal of Interest. Al
though Del Vista had won out In tho
first event. It was thought that MoIHh
Connors would redeem herself In tho
.!.....,........... ...tin r'nrtnr UniHknn
looked upon ns a possibility.
Sambo's Pretty Work.
Sambo certainly earnciTall that was
coming to him. The way he worked
ahead of the rust In th Journey round
the track wns beautiful to see. Tho
purple Jacket of his driver sped In ad
vance in Tioth heats, losing lots ol
money for those wlfo had backed Ed
na G., Los Angeles, OaK Grove and Di
rectress. In the first heat Sambo did the busi
ness In 2:31H- In the second hent
the work was accomplished In better
time, 2:21. '
The seventh event wns no race. Cnr
ter Harrison went over the track
alone. The horse could not be Induc
ed to make fast time without competi
tion. The mile was covered In a little
less than three minutes.
The eighth nnd last event of the af
ternoon, the Lemp stake, made every
one more merry than ever. Frank VI
da drove Tom Ryder. W. E. Ilelllna
sat behind Westeria, W. II. Allen pilot
ed Nettle II., Dickie Davis guided Lus
ter. W. Holt helcl the ribbons on Hil
ly, V. RIchnrdBon directed" Telephone,
C. II. Hellina steered Grandfather. W.
8. Rycroft held down Hoopa's tnll, P.
McDonald urged Faro Dank nnd
Prince Cupid coaxed Walter P.
Dickie Davis First.
With all these starters it was diffi
cult to gl-l a good start, 'fills trouble
was overcome with patience, however,
and when the numerous starters final
ly got away great was the uproar and
people Immediately sprang to points
from which they could watch tho
progress of the string around tho
track. On the home stretch tho din
Dickie Davis came In first behind
Luster, and he had a few feet to spare
too. Luster mado It In 2:31
Dickie Davis was enthusiastically
applauded. He was helped oft the
track by a crowd of his friends and
taken where the refreBfiriicnts and
prizes awaited the victors.
Westeria came In second, "Hilly"
Delllna drove Westeria fur the owner,
Frank J, Turk.
Westeria made a splendid showing
nnd Mr. Turk received numerous con
Nettie ii. oriven by Allen, came n
I HI u'
Washington, May 28. "I have in re
cent reports noted the rapidly Increas
ing demand for American goods In
Egypt and the establishment ot a regu
lar lino of direct steamship transports
lion between New York and Alexan
dria," writes Consul General John O
"Long, trom Cairo,
"I now havo to report further that
an Egyptian government administra
tion has Just consummated the pur
chase of three largo cargoes of Ameri
can coal, Bald to be about 13,000 tons',
for Its own use.
"The steamers to bring this coal to
Egypt were chartered In England, and
will take the coal at Philadelphia, and,
nfter discharging their cargoes at Alex
andria, will return to Philadelphia with
cargoes of sugar."
II. Macfarlane has disposed of the
old sunken bark Sebastian Bach to
Fred Walker. Mr. Walker has been
pngnged for Bonic time past In dis
mantling the old bark Topgallant nnd
has been quite successful with that
TERMINATION OF WAR
Smoke the Pipe of Peace and Enjoy
Themselves With Beer,
Songs, Music and
Shortly after 8 o'clock last night
Englishmen resident in Honolulu as
sembled from tho highways and by
ways to celebrate the finish of the Doer
war by smoking a pipe of peace accom
panted by a few mugs of foaming Pri
me The celebration took plnco In Sau
Antonio hall. Small tables were plac
ed all over tho hall on each of which
were Jugs of b?er, bowls with tobacco
nnd corncob pipes, nnd all were par
taken of with derided enthusiasm.
J. Catton was elected chairman and
opened the proceedings with a short
speech. He was followed by It. A. Jor
dan who first called attention to tho
Sons of St. George Society under the
auspices of which the celebration wax
held und then. In a few welt chosen
words, spoko on the occasion for which
the celebration was held.
D. W. Anderson was next called upon
to sing. Carl Mctt seated himself by
the piano and supplied the accompani
ment wlilte D. W. Anderson warbled n
touching song treating on the relatives
virtues of gin and beer. He handled
the subject as a master nnd received
enthusiastic applause. Mr. Mctt ami
Mr. Pfluger next gave u piano duct
They wound tip with "God Havo thn
King" nt which every one stood up nnd
Joined In the swelling chorus to tho
rcionnnt national anthem.
Chulrmur. Catton spoke a few words
and told n few little bon mots on tho
Irish by the way of calling upon Judga
Stanley for a speech.
Judge Stanley opened his speech In
his usual happy vein but soon went
over to x more serious talk on tho
causes of the Hoer war which he char
acterised as a Just one. Taking a
bright view of the recent war he went
on to sum up how beneficent It hnJ
Keen by bringing together the English
and the Colonies In a closer tie tUm
has heretofore existed, As an appro
priate Ilnsli Judge Stanley recited Kip
T. Clive Davles was called upon to
elo; nnd ho rendered the tasteful bat
lad from can oil's "Alice In Wonder
land", "Iluautl'til Days." This song
was so heartily applauded that Mr,
Davles had to give as an encore, "Kll-
lnloc." the audience Joining in tno
"Hob" Audeicon snug the popular
song on ' Jean," who BUfferci from
extensive pedal extremities. To this
be added a verso of local flavor which
was received with applause.
John F. Bower was called upon for
a song, but made an amusing speech
by which ho skillfully got Judge Stan
ley Implicated to take his place. Judge
Stanley rendered "The Garlands ot
England. ' which wns received with
much enthusiasm. As an enroro the
Judge gave "Soldiers of the King," tho
assemblage Joining heartily In (ha
Attorney General E. P. Dole was the
next speaker. He spoko of the close
relationship existing between the
American ami tho British nations,
characterizing thu American nation
ns the son of Great Britain, and end
ed by referring to the happy termina
tion of th Boer war, receiving much
applause for his successful oratorical
D. W. Anderson followed with a
song, whereafter a number of other
musical selections followed, the enthu
siasm rising as the beer ran lower, un
til, at a Into hour, tho assemblage ad
journed feeling happy that they were
alive, that (7te war wns over nnd thnl
Old England was once moro at peace
with tho worta.
MAKEE'S BANNER CROP.
Kealla, Kauai. June 13. Makeo Su
gar Company finished grinding the
crop for the season of 1902 at 3:30 a.
m., June 11. Manager George II. Fair
child announces tho crop as a little
over 11.200 tons, being 1000 tons over
the estimate, and the largest crop the
company ever harvested by 1230 tons.
Passengers hy the Sonoma must se
cure their tickets tomorrow.
L. H. DEE Proprietor
L. F. AS3AHR Manager
SUNDAY, JUNE IB, 1002
C.iviir on Toast
Split Pea CuiP'imme a U Jardiniere
Pried Salmon, Tartar Sauce, I'unmtcs Natural
Ilarrlcot ol l.ntr.ti Greet J'-? it
lioita! Preiti Hxtiviue, Cwr S-iure
W nnicclli n I nite a U Italy
Pin:a;t4e Hilt rs, Cliampatttie Sauce
Vouhie Stuffa! Clilclteti all Marjlaud
Silluln ol licet
Green Teas Sugar Coin Spring Beans
Salmon and Lettuce Maoniialte
Strautivrry lc Cream
Cabinet I'uJtlltiic, Vai.ltla Sau:c
Assorted Cakes. WliiJetl, Crackers ami Cheese
Nuti Kahlns Fruit In Seaiun
AND BEN DISAGREE
Woman Receives Seven Shots While
a White Man and a
Boy. Get Slightly
Becky Hoiightalllng and her alleged
paramour, Ben llnaheo, had a row last
night, which might easily havo ter
minated seriously. As it wag thoso
who happened to be present had their
money's worth and carried off small
souveniers to remember the occasion
Tho row started when Becky came
home to her house In Kallhl at about
G o clock last night. She was In a
hilarious frame ot mind which did not
suit the noble Den who threatened her
with violence It she did not assume a
more serious aspect.
Becky didn't care a whoop nnd con
tinued to view the problems ot life
through roseate glasses. This angered
Ben nnd he got his shotgun and thoso
present, namely Becky,- her young son
and a white man whose Identity is un
known at present, tried to get out of
the way of vengeance and scampered
vainly for tho back yard. Ben's fire
wreaked slaughter nnd consternation
among the fugitives. Becky received
seven of ,ten small Bitot with which
the gun was loaded, In her thigh nnd
around her hip; tho small boy received
a wound on his finger while the un
known white man got a shot in his
Becky would not stand for such
things even from llnaheo and departed
to the police station where she reported
tho matter. Dr. Emerson dressed her
Lieut. Spencer Immediately started
for the scene of slaughter but failed to
find Hen who was Bald to hnvo fol
lowed after Becky on a Rapid Transit
car. Lieut. Spencer on returning sent
the young sleuth, Adam Duncan, out to
find Ben which he very promptly did.
finding him on a car In which he had
engaged a ride to Manoa, Ben was ar
rested and is at present locked up In
the police station.
Having for n short time been with
out any theatrlcnl entertainment Hono
lulu pleasure seekers last night gath
ered In a largo crowd in the Orphetim,
filling that building to the doors, to
enjoy Harry Coglll nnd Jack Sutton'a
entertainers. Last night was tho be
ginning of a short season ot vaudeville,
at tho popular theater and the stay of
the clever aggregation of variety talent
will be all too short to please Honolulu
folks. Judging by last night's turn
out and tho good show that rewarded
those who attended.
Almco Tnsma on the high wire. In
her original aerial wheel -act, holds
the timid spell-bound and delights tho
less nervous with her ethereal man
cuvcrs. Lena Harvey pleases In her
scrlo-comlc parts nnd Delta Ross fas
cinates with her graceful dances.
Adnllna Sarlnn docs a trapezo act
that Is remarkable In many ways nnd
which never falls to hold tho attention
of all. Mario Arlea and Harry Coglll
In their sketch, "The Booking Agent,"
last night, amused all, furnishing the
material ot which hearty laughs nro
made and making people anxious for
more of the same sort of stuff,
Dave Caston as a character comedian
makes himself popular and Rose Aqul-
naldo. hand and teeth balancer. Is
something In tho way of an unusual
attraction. Altro. the tramp. Is almost
STANFORD PROFESSORS SEE
KILAIEA IN ITS ACTIVITY
(Continued from page 1.)
grow In extent. Parties who were
down to tho crater Sunday night could
see no lava, but when a mile away, as
they were returning to tho Volcano
House, they noticed a distinct glare
In the smoke.
Alec Lancaster, the well-known
guide nt tho crater, has made a trail
leading to a ledge ot pahoehoo, a dls
tance of 200 feet from the brink, nnd
takes down to that point thoso visitors
who deslro to make a closer Inspection
than can bo made at the edge. So far
not many have shown a willingness to
accept Alec's Invitation. There Is still
a largo quantity of steam escaping
through the cracks In the vicinity of
tho Volcano House and many now
Insures havo opened. On the Kail Bide
of tho crater more steam Is seen than
has been visible there tor many years.
In Puna there Is still considerable
steam Issuing from tho cracks nnd the
heat in that district Is Intense.
Changes In tho conditions nt tho
Volcano nro taking place every day;
where heat Is greatest one day tho
earth becomes cool the next, only to
bo warm again within the next twenty
four hours. This peculiarity Is said tn
have extended to the beach at Heed's
Bay. A gentleman who has a housa
there makes the statement that on go
ing to his bathing pool ono day he
found the sand uncomfortably warm,
hut the following day It was again cool.
On the third day ho visited tin. place
In company with it friend and found
the sand very warm. In support ot Ills
opinion that tho change wns caused by
the changes at the crater ho says that
particular pait ot the beach Is always In
Crowds continue to visit Kllauca; on
Sunday there were more guests in tho
dining hall than at any time since the
outbreak on Mauna Loa three years
ago. Everyone, says tho Herald, ex
presses the opinion that the trip 1
worth taking, for though the lake may
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officers for tho Third Precinct Club
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tho second bridge, on Wednesday, tho
IStli, at 7:30 p. m.
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Chalrmnn Third Precinct Club.
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HONOLULU, JUNE 10, 1DOS
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
Creen Turtle Consoinme Cheese Crouton
Tenderloin of Sole, Tartar Saure
(Juicn OIKcs Caviar on Tuast Radishes
Shrimp, NewberK, in Patlie
Green Turtle Steak, with Onions
Aipiuajus. Ilutler Sauce Green Teis
Mashed Potatoes Sweet Totatoes
Prime Beef.au Jus
SlufTcd Yuung Tuikey, Cranbciry Sauce
Vanilla tee Cream
EnitUsh rium Pudding, Hard and llran.l) Sauce
Islni! Cakei Swiss Cheese Raisins
Cream Cheese Nuts CotTee Cafe Nolr
Tea Iced Tea
Dinner from 8 to 875 cents.
not lie what It has been In years gone
by it Is a wonderful sight. Ono gen
tleman who made thrco visits to the
crater In ns mnny days says the lako
appears to him to be slowly filling up.
and If It wero not for the dense smoke,
he bclloves tho bottom of tho crater
would prove to bo molten lava.
O, It. Gray of Honolulu, mado tho
trip last Saturday and went down Into
tho crater several times. He Bays that
on Saturday nlgbt the glare from tho
flies was exceedingly bright and that
thero was n "swash" like water dash
ing along the beach. The sound of
falling stones and rock could be fre
quently heard and he believes It to be
the sides of the crater caving away un
der the enormous pressuro of tho lava,
surging behind it. All around Hale
maumau there Is sign of fire; the
cracks glow brightly nt night and the
work of scorching postal cards does not
consume more than thirty seconds.
Guests at Volcano House.
Hllo, Juno 12. Over 100 guests
have been at tho Volcano House siuco
last Wednesday. Owing to the Induc
tion on th6 tolopbonu lino yesterday
It was Impossible to securo a list ot
Chief JiiBtlce Frear statoa that since
the beginning ot the annual term sys
tem, the first of last October, tho Su
premo Court has decided more casos
than usual tn a wbolo year under the
previous quarterly term system, T'io
now arrangement works a, great Im
provement In tho dispatch of business.