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EVENING lHJI.l.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THUnSDAY. JUNE I, 100S.
kiic V lam 1
Hawaiian Stated, 7:30
Pacific First Degree, 3 30.
Honolulu Chapter Practice
Rote Croix Regular.
Aloha Temple Regular 7:33,
All visiting members of he
order art- cordially Invited to
attend mi ttlngs nt local lodges
K ' 'HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening ot
' 3i In I. O 0. F. Hall. Fort Stieot
i E. It. HUNUHY, Secretary.
lll.V I W'iri.-lU NT II
.( ....... . . . tV.UI.U. ... .
! ' All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, HO. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d nud 4 th Tuesday
Ot each month tit 7:30 p. m. nt K. 1'.
? nail, corner l'ort and Ilerctnnla Sts.
Vlikinc llrnthcrs cordially welcome.
IK W. L. LYL13. C. C.
F. WALDIION, K. ot It. & S.
OAHU LODGE, No. l.K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day ovuning nt 7:30 In K. ot 1'. Hall,
corner Fort nnd Hcretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. CI. DGEItlNG. C.C..
JAS. W. WHITE, K.ll.S.
OHM KLU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
miiululu Lodge No. 016, 11. P. O.
will meet In their ball on King
rhi Pnri uiet overv I'rlilnv even-
H nnlor or the K It.
HENHY C. EASTON,
WM. H. McINEllNY, E. II.
w. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
.Meets every (Saturday evening nt
30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor
sort and Llcretanla. Visiting broth
, r rnrdlally Invited to attend
W L. FItAZEE, CO..
E A. JACOI1SON, K.K.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meela on the 2nd and 4th WUD
I'KSDAY evenings ot each month at
',.-30 o'cloclt In K. of P. Hall, corner
Rrctanla and Fort streots.
Visiting Eagles urn Invited to at
.nd V. L. FItA7.EE, V Prest
H. T. MOOItE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TniBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets ery (list nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights nt
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
t1UU Invited o attend.
J. V. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MUHPHY, C. ot It.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Are Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
for Leis, Cut Flowers, Curios.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
is malcim Hi Tlcst Tfnme.innde Tlrend
SfiS. 'n town. Be sure and try it. The
SB.wngon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 107.
LUNCHES and D R I N X S
The most popular1
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Rj Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
I HcTMhe Favorite
RThe Pest Whiskey on 'the Market.
THOS. F, McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Fine Jeb Printing at the Bulletin.
No More Foot Aches
The EVER READY KNirE will
assist yc; to rcr.'cct comfort in
walking if you have troublesome
Benson, Smith & Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STS.
xuv UiBacgsxuiargyj r.twrwriaacqnbgifc
It will build you up
j iSHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
' FOR. TORT AND KINO STS.
i PHONE 131.
Boys from the
will be in de
mand at all
SATURDAY, JUNE 6,
DIAMOND HEADS vs. PUNAHOUS
KAMS. vs. ST. LOUIS
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25c extra
M. A. Gunst & Co.
Stunning New Millinery
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Today is a little drier and hotter
than yesterday. The Bulletin Plan
lets you select a cool spot nnd then
pavs your fare and board.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 361.
Panama hats cleaned at tho Olobo.
The Fashion will have the fltst !
turns oMho Kotchol-Pnpko flttht this
Tho Seasldu cottagc3 nre delightful
In tlio Bummer tlnio. Engago n cut,
tago now for tho season.
The Kuncnlio beef Is noted every
where for Its imperii quality. Sam
Wo Meat Co nro ngonta fot It.
Sam Johnson has resigned his job,
but llridgowatcr still sellB hoi roast
ed iicnnutB on Hotel nboio 1-nrt.
Tako your carrlngo or automobllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., for
Tho fleet enlcrtnlnmcnt committee
ulll hold a meeting nt Fred L Wnl
dron's office Friday morning nt S
Your tyncwritcr should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for sou. Phono 143.
Onlv n small sum down, nud tho
b-ilnnco In easy payments, buy any
Victor Tnlklng Machine, from ten to
ono hundred dollnrs. llergstrom Music
A small payment down nnd easy
monthly payments give jou the vic
tor Talking Mnchlno n world of mel
ody nnd fun for you at home. Ilerg
Btrom Music Co., Ltd.
Alberto (Man was nenlcncril to thir
ty days In Jail In tho Police Court this
morning. lie was charged with gamb
ling In a jionl room. Two ot his
friends weio lined ?'' nud coslg encli
Amateur photographers who have
trouble In developing film pack films
wll II ml that tho Promo Tank Devel
oper will glvo tliu best rcsultB with
the minimum of euro. Honolulu Pho
to Siinnly Co.
Fujlta, n Japanese who Is charge'
with having bitten off tho ear of
Henry Leslie nt Nlu, appeared In tho
Police Court this morning on a charge
of ma hem. Ills case was continued
About I this nftorno'ie wbllo stand-
Ing on tho corner of Hotel r.:ul Foit
streets, n prominent wHiiees man re
marked Hint hu would not tnko a
thousand dollars for what Urldgcwnt
cr's hot roasted peanuts had dona for
The O.ilm Walking Club will meet
Saturday afternoon .nt I o'clock at
tho Ironwuud tree nbovu tho Maklkl
fills. President DaWd Starr Jordan
of the Stanford University baa writ
ten iTimuciu i.ti iuwbu in uiu emu
that ho wishes It well, and that ho
hopes to go on ono ot Its trips uc.t
1 1 mo ho comes to Hawaii.
NTH OF MHl
Mill 111 111'
lteglstrar General D. P. I.awrenco
ot the Hoard of Health has prepared
tho following icport for tho month of
Mny, 190S. A total of SO deaths In
Bhown, 21 of them being from rcsplr
utory diseases ami 13 from coimtilii
tlnmil diseases. Tho number ol deaths
for tho past mouth Is a decicaso of 21
for tho samo month Inst year.
Tho general summary follows:
Population of Honolulu, olilclal ecu
bus 19,00, 39,30(1; mortality for month
of May, 1908: Males, 47; females, 33;
Intul, SO. Total death rate per 100U
of poiiulatlon, 21.12. Nou-rcBldcut, 1;
deaths Investigated, 3; post-mortem
exumlnatlons, u; coroners lunucsts, 4;
BtlllhlrtliH, 5; births reported, GS; nlar
rlagos reported, 140. Tito totnl nuin
ber ot deaths for tho month of Mny.
190S, woro 0, u ilrrrpafco of 21 com
iiarcd with tho corresponding month
"When tho Bcloctlon of names for
tho Hoot commltti'u uas nuiilo nt tliu
Secretary's olllco, I Hindu u Bpcclal ef
fort to hau some rcprescntntlvo Ila
wnllaiiB appointed on various flout
committees," snlil flcorgo V. Smith
yesterday after tho adjournment of
tho Kxecutlvo Committee meeting.
"As.n result tho following Ilawnll
niiH vtoru appointed and notified by
letters: Snm C. Uulsht, II. K. Hor
tleman, Frank Archer, Sol, Knlclopu,
D. Knlauokalnnlt Sr., Chas. K, Not
Icy, Hoi. Mauoliano, J, M, Poepoo, It.
Knlaiuikalanl, Jr, nud njvoial othors.
It Is not truo, uh tho nowspapei'H havo
said, that tho Hnwalluns uoro slight
cil. They nro Ameilcan clllzeus, and
as such they woro appointed commit
teemen. They utl cannot of courBO bo
on tho commltteo but they mo leprc
Bcuted by tho iibiio-named gentle
Tlio band will glvu a conceit nt
ninmii Squ.uO this ou'iilng nt S
o clock In honor ot tho Episcopal Con
vocation, which will bo In attendance
at a reception given by Dlsbop nnd
Mrs. Ilestailck. rollowlug Is tliu pro
gram: PART I.
Grand March "Hawaii Nel"..ll(irgor
Ovortura "Colobratlon" Suppo
Ilallud "Tho Holy City" Adams
ScIcctlon--"Tlio Dobemlan Qlrl'Mlalfo
Vocal -Hnwnllnii Snngs...ar. by Ilerger
"Sunday Church Parado" Hunio
Olorlii "Twelfth Mass" Mozait
l'lmile "I.ohongrln" Wuguor
"Tho Stnr Spanglod Hanuor."
lIrs", Victor H. Motcnlf to bo guest
ot honor at ulabornte luncheon given
by Mrs. Charles Uuttors.
IN FORM PORTS
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, June 1,'
NEW YOttK Arihod May 29:
Ant. B. Fort Ocorge, henco Fob. 18.
PAN FHANCIHCO Sailed May 31:
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, for Hono
lulu. YOKOHAMA-Salled May 31:
Fr. a. S. Carnvcllns. for Honolulu
Duo about Juno 11 )
KAHI'LIN Arrhed June 1:
S. S. Virginian, from Honolulu.
Illl.O Sailed May IS.
S. S. Knterprlso, for San Francisco
Tuesday, June 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived June 1:
Ilk. (ieo. Curtis, hence May 13.
SAN FUANCISCO-Sallod Juno 2:
S. S. China, for Honolulu.
SAN DIEGO Arrlied Juno 1:
S. S. Arlzonan, from Sallna Cruz.
Wednesday, June 3.
SAN FRANCISCO -Hailed Juno 3:
S. S. Hllonlniii for Honolulu.
SAN DIEGO Sailed Juno 2:
S. S. Arlzonan, for San ."Vanclsco.
Thursday, June 4.
VICTOItlA Arrived Juno 3:
S. S. Manukn, hence May 27.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Juno 3:
S. S. Columbian, for Honolulu.
S. S. Alaskan, for Seattle.
KAHUI.TU Sailed Juno 3:
S. S. Virginian, lor Knauapali.
KAANAPAI.K Arrlvpd Juno 3:
SS. Vlrglnlnn, fiom Kuhuliil.
OKAY'S HARnoil-Arilvud Juno 3:
S. C. Allen, hence May 19.
SAN KIIANCISCO-Arrived Juno I:
Celtic Monairli, henifo May IB.
S. S. Arlzonan, from Sun Diego.
if K 3C Jti K X H 3i ri J: X 5C K K
X WATERFRONT NOTES
H 5 W .56 3C .HI JS 31 A X ';C ft 3C 3 3
COftONADO'S TAST TRIP.
Tho barkentlno Coroindo arrived oft
the harbor last ovenlug, in dayH nnd
10 hours out of San l-'ranclsco. This
Is a passage such ns would have
graced tho clipper rhlps of old. And,
In fact, tlio Coronado might almost bo
classed tin ono of these, ilk sho wus
built In tho 'Til's, and has been used
as n "packet ship on tho run to this
port, and to Australasian poits.
In tliu old dnj-B she was an Immi
grant vcspcI, nailing under llio Oor-
man flag for Ilackfiiu k Co. bbo was
ship rigged, oilglnnlly, and u hummer.
Now, sliu has h now set of sticks, with
nothing of her original ilgging except
her Iron foremast.
She brings nbout 1I0 tons general
cargo for tills port.
NEWS OF BANGALORE. '
Speculation is heard on tlio water
flout toduy In regard to tho identity
of Iho wricked vussel from which the
lionj.iailii t'ouslnnt rescued tho men
on Wnko lEland, ns icpoited in a
cable fiom lllo do .limolro. It Is
thought that tlio might luuo been
the Ilansalore, tho ship which Is now
bellovcd to have been lost In a paB
sago from Norfolk to this port. It Is
haul to say what tlio Ilnngaloiu would
havo been doing lu that locality, but
theio Is nn telling whoro n ship will
wind up when i-lio onco gets astray.
THK A.-H. S. 8. Novadan Is now
hero mi her last trip. She will icturn
direct to San l'ranclsco from Kahu
lul, Homo time next week, ami then go
on tho run to Sillna Cruz, San l-'ranclsco
and Scntlle. Shu will cany the
noit pmsHcngeis for tho Coast.
The Kovutlnn was nlno days In com
ing from Tiiionia. She brought about
2700 tons of freight for this port, an I
about 4.100 fur oilier Island ports. She
also brought thrco head of llvo stuck
WITH PARSHNOICItn, mall and n
cargo consisting of 2C31 bags of sug
ar, Sl'J rullioad ties, 44 bags of pota
toes, 120 crates soap, 1 horso, S2 hogs,
nud 2G9 packages of Mindrlcs, tliir
steamer t'luirllno arrived lu tho har
bor early this morning.
PILOT CIIAUTS for tho North Pa
cific Ocean to he Issued monthly weiu
provided for In u bill on which con
feicnco reports woro agreed to by
CoiiKict-.H on Muy 18th.
THK TKNYO MAIIU sailed fiom
Hongkong yesterday for San Kr,m
Cisco via way ports. Sho should ar
rlvo lu Honolulu on tho 22nd.
Till: ANDUI'.W WKI.CH put back
Into tjan Kranclsco after sailing one-,
nnil enmu out again on May 31t.t,
bound for Honolulu,
THK IIDLDNR, with 12,000 hags of
siigur, 7.ri head p fcattlo, 1 tiunk and
3 carboys, ariived In port this morn
Ing fiom I law all.
THK A.-H. 8. 8. Novadan nrrlved
hcio last night, about 9 o'clock, from
Seattle. Shu lay off tho harbor iiulll
Till: NOKAU arrlvoil this morning
fiom Kukulbaelu und Honokna, with
HCO bags of BUgur mill G packages
Till: NIIHAU, from Knual. lirought
In 7000 bags of sugar, 10 head of cat
tle anil 20 head of onlvea this morn
tug. A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING SI.
for the EYES that's our Specialty.
And making and fitting Glasses is
our exclusive business.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BLDG., Over May & Co.
TAiL0R CAN'T FIND
(Continued from Pajo 1)
to havo Taylor's testimony thrown
out, and by so doing practically kill
the case, The main points In tho
argument nnd cri -.-exaim.iullon
this morning seemed to hlngo on who
thcr or not Taylor s testimony wouiu .
bo allowed. Ho wni i Mowed, how
ever, to tell tho Btory of his dealings
Willi I.co Let, nlthough Thompsoj
Deputy Attorney Ocnernl l.arnnch
pieKented the case to tho Jury, and
then Chief Dotcctlvo Tnjlor was
first put on the stand. When Taylor
had been naked his name, etc., fol
lowing tho usual procedure, Lnrnach
nsked him what position ho hold.
"Wo object to nny testimony un
der this Indictment," said Thomp
son. Tho objection was overruled.
Taylor was asked what position ho
held. Ho stated that ho was Chief
of Detectives, but that ho had mis
laid his original commission. He
had n topy of his commission, how
ever, and this wns produced. Thouip
tnu wanted to know If Taylor hail
any particular reccptaclo for Impor
tant papers. Taylor stated that ho
had gathered together n number (it
his papers before ho went to San
Kranclscn, nnd that ho did not know
where they were nt the present tlino.
Taylor slated that ho might linvo tnk
en the commission to Sun Francisco,
but did not remember having Keen it
after the day before ho left for tho
l.arnnch oITcrcil the copy ot Tay
lor's commission as evldciuc.
"1 object," cried Thompson.
He gavo as his i canon the fact that
Leo Let wns charged with attempt
ing to brlbo n "police coiiBtnblo,"
while, under tho law, there Is no
tilth olllcer. Ho further objected
when Taylor w.ib called Chief of De
tectives. Larnaeh brougut In an
other Hawaiian case to show that It
had been decided thnt u police ofll
ccr here Is n constable.
The indictment charges Leo Let
with attempting to brlbo nn execu
tive olllcer, to-wlt: a police consta
ble. Thompson objected to the copy of
Taylor's commlslon being offeied us
evidence on tho ground nboo gheii.
Ho nUu objected on tho ground Hint
Taylor hud not satlsfactoilly shown
where tho original commission was.
Tho main point of Thompson's con
tention In this regard wus that Tay
lor was called ono thing In tlio In
dictment wlille, in icnllty, his real
title was conicthlng else.
IT BEATS THE BAND,
Sousa on the Victor gives you every number
As many encores as you like. An unlimited en
gagement, He makes room for Fryor's Band, the U.
S. Marine Band, or the Royal Marine Band of Italy,
all in the same program.
Can you beat that?
Only a small sum down, and the balance in
easy payments, buys any Victor from $10 to $100,
And you'll never want to beat that.
BER3STR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.,
UIO UK JANKIUO, llrnzll, Juno 3.-Tliu llruzlllan training ship
UenJ.iiiiln Constant, on route from Honolulu to Yokohama, picked up 20
shlpwicckcd men on Wake Island, ono of tho sand Islands northwest ot
PLAGUE UNDER CONTROL
GUAYAQUIL, Kcuador, Juno 3.
The phiguo epidemic Is now undur
( iuti ul. Sluro tho eighth of May
theio hnvo bcon forty-two now cases
and nineteen deaths. Hlghty pa
tients hnvo been cuied and there nro
now thirty-seven on the suspect J 1st.
ELECT FIVE SOCIALISTS
PAHIS, Franco, Juno 3, Flvo
Socialists havo bcon olected to tho
Piusslnn Diet for tho flist tlnio in
tho history of thut body.
ZHF BULLETIN ADS. PAY "TPQ
Judge Itolllnnon ruled with Thonip- j
:un, cu)lng that it had not been j
shown thnt Taylor made duo nnd OH-J
l",cnt search for tho original commis
sion, This, howccr, wa only In fa-1
or of Thompson, In pait, on Iho
nrsl ground. Tnylor'B copy of com
mission was ruled out nti evidence.
A little "without prejudice" argil
irent between the Court nnd Tlionip
i..n JIipu ensiled.
Tcjlor staled that he scarclied
thlnugh his desk, his Bleeping room,
nnd the clerk's oulcc for his cominls-cln:-.
Why should you Bcnrch the
cljrk'a olllco when you stuto Hint you ;
had tho commission In n special bun-
dlo7" nsked life Court.
To this Taylor reullcd that It
might hnvo been placed thero.
Thompson objected to almost every
question put by Lnrnnch, stating In
onolnstnnco that tho latter .was at
tempting to "bull-dozo" Tuylor.
l.arnnch withdrew Taylor from tho
stand nnd Iuitkcn wns called. A in-
cess was taken before the Sheriff wns
called on tlie,slund.
Iaukca on the Stand .
lauken Btnled that Taylor was and
Is connected with his department ns
n pullco ollkcr, nppolntcd by himself.
As to the duties of Chief Taylor,
which l.arnnch nsked Inuken to ex
plain, the Court ruled Hint ho could
not stnte them.
"I gavo Taylor's commission to
hint, but kept no copy only a rec
ord," stilted Iaukca, "I commission
ed him ns n police constable. Thnt
is tho commission rends 'l'ollco Con
stable'." Until counsel cross-cxnmlnld lilin
and ho was taken oft the stand,
A. P. Taylor was lccalled.
Taylor stated that ho hnd been
connected with tho police department
slnco January, 1907.
"Do you know I.co Let?" asked
"What caused ou to go to Yuen
Chung's store, wheio you first met
"I wont thero with Mr. Ayres to
Yuen Chong's store. It was nu ar
ranged meeting, arranged by 11. M.
A) res. This was on Feb, fi.
"I entered a door on King Btrcct,"
ald Taylor, "and wns met there by
Leo Tung, to whom Ayres Introduced
"Who wns the first Strsnn you met
Inside tho store?," nsked l.arnnch.
"Leo Tong, who conducted us back
to I.co Lot," said Taylor.
"What was then done?" nsked I.nr
uach. "1 was Introduced to I.ce Let. We
i sat down and Leo Let ofcrcd prci1
cuts, whisky und cigars. Leo Let
i aid lie wus glad to meet me, nnd for.
about one-half hour wo talked on
general topics. Then Lee Let snld
ho wanted to speak to me, nud sug
gested that wo speak In pilvntq. 1
asked It Mr. Ayres could stay, but
Leo Let didn't llko It and they re
tired. I.co Let then enmo nnd snt
down close tn mo, und said: 'My cou
sin, Leo Tong, want start pnk'aplo
and che-fa games. Ho new at this
business, so moro better I spo.il; you.
LOST IN TYPHOON
VICTOItlA, II. C, Juno 3. A ty
phnun Is leportcd fiom West Aus
tralia which caused tho hiss ot forty
pent Muggers und 270 lives.
START PENNY POSTAGE
LONDON, Kng.. Juno 3. I'eiiny
postage botweqn (Irent ltiituln and
America will bo Instituted October 1,
STUDENTS ON STRIKE
VIKNNA, Austria, Juno 3. Twen
ty thousand students mo out oi. n
K K K K K X 38 )l M K M 5C H M M
H ARRIVED M '
ft K J? 3C H 51 J JC M M K M,3C W ti M
Wednesday, Juno 3.
Am. lik. Coronado, Poller, from Sail
Francisco, p. tn.
AMI. S. S. Novndnn, Greene, fiom
Seattle, 9 p. in.
Thursday, Juno 4.
Stmr. Noenu, Mitchell, from Kiikul
haelu and Honokna, 4:30 a.Mu.
Stmr. Nllhau, Olios, from Knual,
6:04 a. in.
Stmr. Claudlnc, Dennett, from Ha
waii niid-Mnul, n. m.
Stmr. Hulcnc, Nelson, from Hawaii,
2:40 n. m.
Ji 33 3d 3C tft 3d 3 K X 35 K M 3d V. 31
3C JC X K W 50 X X 3t K Jt ,K
Per stmr. Claudlno, Dennett, from
Hawaii and Maul ports, Juno 4, Hov.
J. Wndmnn, A. lllchley, Hotiu Chi, I.n
nl Kna! Kapu, H. P. Baldwin. Miss H.
Soule, Mrs. Sllvn, Jno. Hodrlgiies, Mrs.
Hendry, Mrs. Mist, K. Mollcr and wife,
A. P. McDonald, S. ri. M. llrown, John
Gomes and wife, II. O. Searlu and wife,
VI-1 N. Dow, Itev. D. W. K. White,
Miss While, W. P. Miller, T, A. Hum-
Ingham, S. lbirkhnUFOii and fin deck.
Per stmr. Noenu, Mitchell, from Ku-
kulhaolo and Ilonokaav Juno I. Mrs.
M. Pnrmonter and 3 deck.
3 3d H 30 A U A Jt X H 3d it K it 3
H PASSENGERS BOOKED M
3l M 3 X K X. X M K Xl 34 W M K 5
Por stmr Klnnu, Gregory, for Kauaf
Juno 4,-fi i m. A. Mengler, Tnn W,
L. Welnzhclnier, W. Flslier nml wife,
Mrs. P. Wober", Mlos C. MncColgnn,
Mrs. Folky, Alia. C. M. Lovested ami
TcmpcraturcB fl n. m., 72; 8 n. in.,
75; 10 n. tn., 77; noon, 78; morning
llnrometer, S n. in., 30.0G; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., I.G20 grajns per
cubic foot; relative humidity, S a. in.,
59 per cent; dew point, 8 u, in., G9.
Wind C a. in., velocity 12, direction
N. i:.; 8 n. m., velocity 14, direction
E.; 10 n. m., velocity 12, dliectlon N.
n.: noon, velocity 12, direction K,
ltalnl'all during 24 hours ended 8 u.
in., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon. -'.".' miles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather
j. $ .. . .j. .j. j .j. .j. : 2 .. .. . .$ $.
Leo Tung could mako conditions that
would bo good for both of us. I.co
Tong, ho got good backing, not many
Chinese hero now, ho have start In
Bmall way. Like start pakaplo Now
Year's tlnio. I think wo pay you
S'JOO week. I furnish you list of nil
other games start up, I glvo you In
former. I report to jou nml )ou
"Then," continued Taylor, "I told
him I would think It over, nud lift
pioposed that we meet again on tho
next uftcrnoon. After Ayres und
Lee Tong como back, wo had n drink
and went out,"
DISCUSS CHURCH WORK
Tho annual meeting of tho Wom
nn's Auxiliary and Guild ot tho Dio
cese ot Honolulu was held yesterday
In St. Andrew's Cut lied! nl, lllshop
Hcstarlck preaching on tho nctlvu
sldo of tho spiritual life.
Miss von Holt nnd Mrs. K. T.
Simpson wero respectively nppolntcd
president und vice president nud Mrs.
Oswald A. Steven as secretary and
treasurer. In tho afternoon Canon
Ault spoke of tho needs ot his Held,
while P. T. Kukao nnd Deaconess
Potior dwelt upon tho J.ipuiicsn
work. Hcv. Kong Yin Tct and MUa
S.irn Chung spuko on Chlncso woik.
Tho special work taken up by tho
Woman's Auxiliary was to provido u
residence fur the Itev. Leopold Kroll
nt Lalinliia and the erection of a par
ish house on the church lot.
POLICE WILL NOT
(Continued ham'Vrze 1
Dunning, tliu commanding olllcer lit
Fort Shatter, of tho fact, nnd It Is
piobablo that Poulc, wbllo ho escapes
further tumble on the larceny
chargc,,wlll havo Jo face unpleasant-'
ness tiom tho military authorities on
account of the fact that ho deserted
us toon ns ho learned thnt tho pollcu
woro on ills truck, ,
Till: SCIIOONKIt Kn Mol left fur
Hawaii soHlerilay with freight.
TUP. SHi:ilMAN Is duo from Ma
lillu. m i i
Ucsidonls of Occuii View fllo peti
tion asking for incorpointlun us
sixth class clly.
Wink on gioat.iiiidllOrluni lu Den
ver, whoro Democratic ionentlou
wjll meet, Is rapidly Hearing comple
tion. California Slato soldiers may Imvo
to go Into camp nt Atubcndciu Octo
CirBT IN EXT
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it. however: so
Charles D Walker, ,
Boat and Machine Woiks,
King near Alapal,
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