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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, FED. 19, 1908.
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TRANSPORT MEADE TAKES
TRO0P5MEN TO MANILA
ENLISTED MAN DIE3 ON VESSEL
AND BODY WILL BE 8ENT
BACK ON THE BU-
With the Second U. 8. Infantry on
board, the transport Meads arrived In
Honolulu yesterday afternoon on her i kentlno which was ready to go to the
way to the Philippines. This Is tho bottom with all on board had not the
first trip to the Orient the transport transport arrived at tho critical mo
has arte for more than a year, hav-ttc0nn-lno unrortllna(0 Wkcntlno ther0
Ing been held up In San granclsco to were thirty-seven men, and these will
undergo repairs. Four days of the be under tho care of the local consul
trip here were stormy and very dls- 'rom Japan until ho can have them
agreeable j returned to their own country. The
,,,. ,'fc. . ,. , , ., 'Duford was out nvo days when she
With the exception of one death ,ghted the Japanese vessel, flying a
among the soldiers, the trip from San flag of distress, floats wero sent to
Francisco to thin port was qulto un- discover tho trouble, and It was
eventful. The dead man Is Edgar A. learned that those on board were out
Fink, a private of Company I, and his' of Jresn water, although they had
body was transferred to the Duford to plenty of rice. The ship was about to
be returned to San Francisco. ThoMounder, and when the crow was tak
remainder of tho passengers are In en board the Duford, It was evident
On the vessel there were 793 men ot
the Second Infantry, 225 enlisted men
from the Eighth and Thirteenth bat
teries, and 84 cabin passengers. In ad
dition to 14 second class passengers
and 13 casuals. The transport will
sail Wednesday at noon for Manila.
A largo part of tho soldiers on tho
Meado ore new to the tropics, this be
ing the first trip to the Islands. It Is
necessary in sending a regiment to tho
Philippines to fill it ud with recruits.
as no regular men will be taken who ond cavalry, commanded by Major Slo
have not more than two years yet to cum. In addition to the soldiers are
serve. The various companies 'woro U number of people who are being tak
taken on land this morning for drill . en back to the continent by tho Gov
for an hour. jcrnnicnt, becauso they wero unable to
It Is now almost thrco years since pay their passage, and wanted to get
the Second Infantry was In tho Or-. home,
lent, and during that tlmo the changes Among the passengers Is Colonel
In tho regiment have been many John L. Clem, whn lm nervine n a.
among tho omcers as well ns tho en-
listed men. This Is ono of tho regl-
ments that Is supposed to be going to
tho Orient for service In caso of wnr
LOOKED UP NEEDS
Members ot tho Kapahulu Improve
ment Club assembled Sunday fitter
noon at tho house of tho president,
Percy M. Pond, and thence tratnpad
over tho district to look up needed
Improvements. They noted the neces
sity of macadamizing Campbell five
nuo and tho Monsarrat road, connect
ing Diamond Head road and Kaplolanl
Park with Kapahulu road.
Hydrants nro wanted. There Is but
one of theso on Campbell avenuo.
A meeting Is to be called soon, at
which a specialist will glvo n ton
minute talk on plants and blights.
Tho club will start a nursery wboro
trees that will best suit the district
will bo propagated.
PA8SENQER8 ON MEADE.
Following arc the first cabin pas
sengers on board tho Transport Meade:
Lt. W. O. Hall; LL C. W. Harbor,
wlfo and child: Lt. J.F. Darnes. Cant.
nnd Mrs. J. E. Hell; Lt. A. J. Ilooth,
wife and two children; Lt. and Mrs. T.
II. Urcrctou. MaJ. and Mrs. E. II.
Drowno, Lt. Wm. llrjdcn; Lt W. II.
Hurt, wife nnd child; Lt. C. S. Caflcry,
Lt. I). It. Campbell, Lt. D. W. Cbam
Lerlaln and sister, Lt.-Col. C. St. J.
Chubb; MaJ. W. II. Collin, wlfo and
mother; Capt. John Conklln, Lt. J. I,.,cccillng down town. Numbers will be.
Craig, Lt. J. M, Cullteon; Dr. C. F. assigned to the autos for their assem-
Dickenson, wife nnd child; Dr. A. 11
Kber , Lt. II. W. Fleet. Lt. K. L.
Oruber, Lt. and Mrs. A. W. (lulllon,
Copt. A. J. Harris, Lt. F. P. Jackson,
Lt. nnd Mrs. J.C. Kay, Lt. P. J.
Lauber, Capt. and Mrs. C. S. Lincoln,
Lt. Clark Lynn, Col. F. W. Mansfield
(coinmandlnj; troops), CajH. John T.
Martin, Capt. and Mrs. P.. i:. Mar-
quart, LLN)nd Mrs. P. E. McAndrew;
Capt. Ilobt, McCleave, wlfo and child;
Lt. and Mrs. II. D. Mitchell, Lt. I). U.
Moon, Lt. and Mrs. U W. Moscley, Lt.
W. J. O'Loughlln, Miss Margaret Orr,
Lt. and Mrs. W. Q. Peace; MaJ. N. P.
Phlster, wife and two daughters; Capt.
II. J. Price, Chaplain and Mrs. A. A.
Pruden, Mrs. J. O. Hoe and son; Cant.
O. C. SafTarrans, wlfo and child; Lt.
and Mrs. O. II. Sampson, Lt. II. Q.
Btahl, l.t. and Mrs. C. II. Wright,
Capt. H. S. Wygant; Capt. A. li Wil
liams, wlfo and child (transport quar
termaster); Lt. A. W. Williams (trang
Y. M. I. CELEDRATION.
Following Is the nroaram for the1
Y. M. I. celebration of Washington's' Tho Hawaiian band early In tho even
birthday at San Antonio hall, on Vlne-lng will give n promenade concert and
yard street, Thursday evening:
Overture "Our Own United States"..
Introductory llemarks Uy President
Address Ily Judge II. E. Hlghton
Song "Star Spangled Banner"
Recitation., Miss A. II. Franca
Song "Comic Song".Thos. F. SlcTlgho
Address-"Y. M. I."....W. S. Fleming
W. S. Ellis
The literary program will be follow
ed by a dance, and the affair Is In
chargo of tho following committees:
Executive Committee J, A. Morgan,
P. Fltzglbbons, F. W. Weed.
Committee of Arrangements Thos.
F, McTlghe, chairman; Clem K. Qulnn,
J. Andrndo, F. W. Weed, John A.
Hughes, P. Fltzglbbons.
ltcccptlon Committee D. F. McCor
rlston, Thos. A. Honan, Arthur P.
Watson, Oeruld Hughes.
Floor Committee Win, O, Wilson,
Wm. J. aallnger, John F. Cones, Jan.
Tho 0U8INE88 MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the 8aturday Dullc.
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resumo of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7r per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI Pr year.
With eight troops of the Second
Cavalry, the transport Duford arrived
Saturday evening from Manila and
departed this morning for San Fran
cisco. The only event of Importance
In the trip from Nagasaki to this port
was the rescuing of a "brew of Japan
ese from the Tonomoto Mam, a bar-
to all that the deserted vessel was
nearing her end.
Tho Japanese vessel had como In
contact with a storm, and she was al
most completely dismasted. A jury
rig had been fixed up by the crew. It
was stated by the crew that the ship
was on Its way to Marcus Island from
Yokohama for guano and bird feath
ers. The largo crew was needed. It
Is supposed, for loading tho guano.
iroops on board the lluford arc
E. T a. H. I.K. L. nnd if. of th si..
slstant Quartermaster of the army. He
has an Interesting record from ihn
Civil War. having served as a drum.
mcr boy during the battle of Slilloh nt
tho age of 11 years, nnd ns n result of
his bravery on that occasion he was
mado a sergeant by General Reynolds.
He entered tho army ns a mascot, and
It was with much difficulty that he
managed to be enlisted. ,
Another officer of Interest Is Lieut.
O. I. M. Hazzard. of the Second Cav
alry. He was a volunteer officer In
tho Philippines when the Insurrection
broko out, and was one of the few men
who accompanied General Funston at
the tlmo he captured Agulnaldo. The
total number of passengers on tho
lluford Is GS3, Including the wives of
many of tho officers.
DETAILS (IF FLORAL
Details for tho Floral- Parade Thurs
day have been shaped up and tho gen
eral scheme follows;
Motor vehicles are to gather In
Younj street, one ono side of Thomas
s iiure, and horse venicles on the oilier
side of the square. The square proper
will thus be given to the horse riders.
The Judges will view the entries while
at rest. At 9 the parade moves. A
judges' stand will be constructed on
the maknl side ot the square. All vehl-
cles will pass this stand beforo nro-
bllng. Horse vehicles will be stationed
In column us they arrive. This sec
tion shall move in a certain order to be
decided by the marshal of the day,
Tho horse-back section Is to proceed
to the square via King street, gallop
ing, opening the display. There will
bo about 75 horse-drawn vehicles In
line and nbout ISO horseback riders.
Horseback entries are being made from
the other side ot tho Island. The re
tainers ot Queen Liliuokalanl are
showing great Interest. Thero will be
no work on the plantations, so many
horses will be released for the parade.
Prizes In the various autos sections
will consist of Hags, blue, red and
white, for tho three grades. Knots :
ribbon will be bestowed for horse -
'drawn vehicles. Cash and ribbons will'
bo given pa-u riders who win.
The fete at the Hawaiian hotel In
tho evening will be a most brilliant
affair. Only decorated vehicles will be
admitted to the grounds. Hrllllant
lights will reveal the decorations.
Dancing will be carried on simultane
ously on both lanals, a music stand
being erected between tno Btalrwais.
dancing will begin nt 8:30. Olllclals
of tho day, Judges nnd participants nie
especially Invlled to be present.
Tho auto entries are As follows:
Division A: cars over 20 h. p. Pro
motion Committee cur, W. II. Halrd,
T. C. Davie. O. P. Wilder, A. A.
Young., .Mr. Chanln of Now York, Wal.
ter Mactarlnne, Albert F, Afong, Alex.
Young, J, A. .MtCnndless, F. E. Well
ardeon, Mr. von Hamm, Hawaiian
Division II: between 12 and 8 h. p.
James tjulnn, Miss Lawrence (Kinder
garten schools), Dr, II. W. Auderson,
Mr, Hell ot Minneapolis, E. II. LcwU,
O. Schumnn, Marston Campbell, lt,
Dexter, E. II. Iwls, W. M. Campbell,
E. Paris. C. Helllna, L. MarkB, Hawai
ian Hotel, II. Fujikawa.
Division C: runabouts.-fJeorBO Den-
Iton, J. J. Ilelsor. P. T. Illckerton,
Dr. W. D, Moore, A
Hackfcld & Co., James
Owens, Moan a Hotel.
U. Dole, O.
GRAND PARADE FEB. 22.
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tho news ot tbo day. For SI a year.
GRAVE DISEASES, DUE TO STANDING
Faots About Mlis Mirkley'a Dangerous
Illness and Complete Cure
Ilave you ever thought why so many
women or girls rather walk an hour
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organism, the discomfort of which Is
less trying when they are In motion
than when standing.
1 n some states tans compel employers
to provide resting places for their fe
Hut no amount of law can regulaU
the hard tasks of these' women. Tliev
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demands or run the risk of serious
dtneaKf ft and the surgeon's knife.
Read the experience of Miss Margret
Merklcy, 275 3d Street, Milwaukee,
Dear Mrs. Pinkhsmi
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eonillecl me to wk mcdlail advice. The
doctor Mid I hAd dlM-awl organa nd ulcer
ation, and advtoxl nn operation If I wanted
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to give Lydla E. PlnklmmV Vrtretuble Com
pound a trial. I noon found tlint all thegoml
things Mid about this great nmlicln were
true. The ulceration roon hralnl, backache,
headache anil nrrroume-M dlu'mirrd, ami
In a thort time I was strong, vlgorntix ami
perfectly well. I with every working girl
who sulTert would try Lydln E. 1'lnkham't
Lydla E. Plnktinm's Vegetalilo Com
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other sick vt omen as with Mlu Merkley.
TO MEET AND
The following notice Is being sent
out to members ot tho Dar Associ
ation: The regular quarterly meeting of
the Uar Association of tho Hawaiian
Islands will be held at the Kupubllcnn
Headquarters, 92i Fort street, Hono
lulu, on Wednesday, February 28, 1900,
at 4 o'clock p. m.
Tho following amendments to tho
Constitution lime been proposed, nnd
will bo considered at this meetlnir:
Article i, paragraph 1, to read as
"Tho annual meeting of this Asso.
elation shall be held on the lust Wed
nccday of the month of July In each
and every year. Rpeclul meetings may
be called nt any time at tho written
request of not less than five member!
of the Association, after one wcckN
cotlco thereof being first given to each
member by tho Secretary, stating tho
unjeci or sucn meeting; provided, how
ever, that at the written request ot
not leas than ten members, special
meetings may be railed on shorter no
tlce, to be given as aforesaid."
Article 8, to read as follows:
"There shall be an admission fee of
Five Dollars, (13.00). and annuul duel
or Two Dollars nnd Fifty Cents (12.50)
both payable In advunce."
CIIAHLKS F. CLUMONS,
Tho necessity ot the rule relating to
the calling ot special meetings was
demonstrated clearly at the time ot
the withdrawal of Governor Carters
1 endorsement of Judge Hoblnson. At
hnt time, when circumstance demand.
vd quick action, a delay of ten days
v.-us causeu uecause tne present rule
requires that notice for the calling of
I Id ft'
Having run almost out nt coal on
her way to Japan, tho steamship Ap
pnlnchee, belonging to the Anglo
American Oil Company, arrived In Ho
nolulu Saturday evening. Tho vessel
hud passed the 180th merldlnn when
ll was found that she could not get to
Japan without more fuel. The olllceis
knew but little about the Hawaiian Is
lands, for their churt designated thi-m
with but a few dots. Hut it was de
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