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SVBNtNTJ BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. tt., 8ATURDAY, JULY 11, 1008.
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Mr K Tsi lih.i Ittel i"c.oiu o tne .lup'Mioio r'Hiv iLilv Gen
rrnl Iti Honolulu, la a nulli (I the Picrc t'j-c of I"u! il. Japan, where ho
was born In 1SI1S. Ho Is u grndnals oT tllo class of 'MO of tho Kclo I'nl
oiTltj. H v : ru'cnuuatlj conn i tut with t'o Dap.u tincnl of Com
merce mill Agriculture, holillnr hl.1 clorlTl pwltlon fur three oirx. Ue
rlgnlng lliat portion, Mr. TsurMyn became iissIkIiiui sn'i.lary (if I lie De
partment, of Foreign Affnlrs. In 1S91, .Mr. Tuichlyn went to Clicmjilpci,
Korea, c? se-ittn-T of tho Jap.inoso Consulate llcnc-al th6 o. lie served
as Acting Consuf nt C'JiIlinaniiio and Kuiisnn, Korei. for two yearn., Ho
was then assigned ngi'ln to tbp- Jupnnoec Consulate (Icuerul at Shanghai,
China, 3 Its ch'of rec.-3tary.
During the liorer rioting end t'"i Rusm-Jap-in war Mr. Tjiuhlyu
was present and wont llirourh the wicje trtMbls. In 30 Mr. Tauchlya
enmo to Honolulu i-a chief secretary of tho. Japanese Copulate1 General.
He H very i m' vli'i tho locallt-s, not only Jnpaucio but nUo for
eigners unil the old residents.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 10.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, Us.
5 Md. Punt'. 4.4? cents. Previous
cho.es. Uinipi'in ic P' pu! t "C' quotation, lis. CJ.
eat. 11. Drtitu Is cut, thort.top in v'i,.-ji.2,j'ft,v'rJKi,.r.TJ
(Continued from Vest W
cut rlaliiK off tccoml. Kin KrounilH
ti ?liortftop and It Hnfo on it neMers
Ab rtrikeii out. KnjJMna mti u
ttto-haKScr thvotigh thortHop. IllRJ
Milkes out. Knyami Ftealn third.
Knnkl. runnlnn for Kayann, Btea!
home while llnniptim la not looklns.
raknhatna nlrlkes out.
Hums walk. Hooks pets a two-
base hit on left fielder's error, llurns
U caiiRht out tryliiK to cot to thlid.
Marcalllno strikes out. I.yinnn
.Murakami la out. third to first. Kn-
ineyanm Is safe at flrat on shoitstop's
error. Ho Is rnuRht out trylnfi to
Meal. Bcconil. Sasaki walks. He Is
cmiRlit trylni! to steal ricond.
Henderson Is out, pitcher to first.
llnrt Kts a safo hit to Hionstop
Ilnmpton walks. Ho advances llnrt to
cecrnd. Kla flleii out to left field.
nrtitiH flics out to center field.
. FOURTH INNING
I'uku la files out to shortstop. Kan-
let walks Abe sacrifices. Kiiyanm
Hums out, second to llrct. Hoogs
files out to loft field. Marcclllno li.
out, pitcher i( first.
IIIrii strikes out. Takahniua Is out,
t,Loml i'i first. .Murnlc-mil files out
lo shoitslop. -. s'i,
l.ynian . 'Ikes out. Henderson Is
out on n foul fly lo curlier Hart
ground to first Inso ntM W put (.ut.
Kniueyanii stil'Ks on'. SasaM fib's
out lo third Imfo. KiiUh.1i Is 'Jut eo-
ond to first.
Hampton strikes out. Kla Is out
second to first, llruns Is out, pitcher
Kimkl files out to light field. Abo
MrlUes out. Kiiynma gets n r.afo lilt
oer first. Ho In cailit out at fltbt
llurns la out hccunit to fiHt. Hoogs
gets a slnglo to center tltl I. unrein-
lino Rrouuds to shortBtop. Iloog.1 If
put out nt second. MkircoPI Is pi'r
at first. I.ninn makes it hit along
third bacu line, imd sends iuivei.i.,.
In eecond. Henderson Is out, Bliort
stop to firtt.
Illso hits salo and steals Second
Takahara sacrifices Ho adVaiiceh
lllgo to third. Murakami hits to
bhortBton and lllgo conWs homo bn'
the piny. Murakami Is 'safe 'at first
on a Holder's ciiolco. Kaincyama lilts
saio along iniru oasu iiou, uiiyhiiuiha
Murnknml to second. Sasaki (lies dot
lo center field. Kamtfymna Is caught
out trying to steal third.
Hart is out second to'flrst. 'Haihiv
ton walks. Ho steals. second." Kla
gets a slnglo' nn'd brings' Hampton
home, IJruns grounds to pitcher and
Kla Is caught at' second. Druns Is
safo at first on flolrtcrVcholce. Burns
flics out to left 'field.
Fukiida Is out, third to first. Knnkl
Is out, pitcher lo first. Abo flics out
to center field.
Hogs Is safo at first on shortstop's
error. Marcclllno beats out a bunt.
Lvman makes a hit along first baso
line, and brings Hoogs and Marcolllno
A largo crowd witnessed tho base
ball games this afternoon. Japanese
were present In nn unusual number
in linnnr of their homo team. Not
only wcro tho grandstand, tho bleach
ers and the grounds crowded, but the
fences, trees and peepholes.
MR. H. KOMEYA
Mr. M. Komeyii, p.oprletor of fo Komcyn Hotel, la ono of tho bcsl
known .lupancsi- hotel men In the Hands. He camo here 'i years ugo
and worl.cd his way up gradually, winning a prominent plalo In tho Jap
anese comliiunUj Two years ago, In 1'ebruary, 1'JOG, Mr. Komeya was
appointed sub-postniastoi for No. 1 rustofilro Sttttlon on Hlvcr-'btrcct
near 1'auuhl. It Is situated in tho Koiiicmi Hutel. Tho iippoliitmcu't was
liiudo by Mi. 1'rii'i ot (he Honolulu piutolllcc.
, When Mr. Komeya arrived from Japan ho located at l'ala, Maul, for
thiro years, after which ho lived on Hawaii, Leaving there, ho e.uno
to lleclii. cubsequentlj comltii; to Honolulu nnd residing on Smith street,
whom ho opened a store, lu 1S9C, Mr. Komeya started a hotel, run
ning It until li was burned down by tho plague- lire. Ono ear later ho
iclmllt mil reopenod his Hotel at tha junction of Illver nnd l'aunhl
EtrcctB, vhore he Is i.ur-cssfully coiuluctlng It. On Juno 0, 1907, Mr.
Komeya went lo Japan on li pleasmo trip, returning to Hawaii on April
7, 1908. Mr Komeya li popular nmong tho Japanese.
to tho oyos of thoao In tho audience,
and tin' largo compuny of actors iib
Ecmbled In tho wings, was that old
I familiar "Homo, Sweet Homo." Ado-
Blanche Anal s.mr nt tho Una 1'attl In her palmy days could not
liavo sung tho soil'; any UJtier or whii
nioro elTect. At Iti close Iho nrtlsto
had lo resrond to sovcral curUlit calls
nnd listen, tu a gcnulno outburst of
f utlmtlRsm sclJom hoard lu u play
house. Madnmo Arral will bo hoatd
i.gnln iint Tuesday I'vonriig iliirtnK
i li,' iiriroiinaueo of "Wb) Unilih Left
Orpheum laspnlght between the s.cc
ond third nctB of (ho drama Sllve.
King" ntrl mot with a ti ihimhIoui ova
linn. Tho vocal bolectlona wnv pop
ular and well understood, opc-ln
wltli I'nlarca f.-om Mlgnnn. and r.illu,v.
liiK with YloU-tt nnd n Spanl li -mi"
ir,i,nl.l., Miimila." which Is of A'iil
Jsh origin, and very catchy. Tho gem Illume."
or tho cv cuius, wUlch Diouaht tcais
(Continued from Pace 1)
twelve members of tho precinct club
found time to turn out.
Tho nominations wcro: President,
E. lluffandeau: 1st vlco prcsldont,
Cbas. Lucas: 2d vlco president. Ka-
llmapohu: secretary, Chns. Kaanol;
assistant secretary, J. F. Lewis; treas
urer, K. u. Kcene. uiwuino -..-
mltteo: Geo. Mnkalenn, W. li. inar-
lock. J. II. Ku. Win. Noa, Geo. Don-
nlson. Judges: Henry Hickey, John
Knllmapchu, C. D. Prlnglo.
3d PRECINCT, 4th DI8TRICT
In the 3d Precinct of the 4th Dis
trict a motion was adopted asking tho
County Committee to postpono tho
election of precinct club officers for
one week, until July 24, becauso of
tho fact that tho Klcot will bo nero
next week and next. Friday night Is
tho night of tho ball.
Thn nmcors nominated wcro: Pres
ident, Gen. J. II, Sopcrj 1st vlco pre'
Ident. Hiram Kolomoku; 2d vlco pres
Went, S. V. Chllllngworth; secretary.
J, A. Thompson; treasurer, MarBton
Campbell. Exccutlvo Committee:
Col. J. W. Jones, C. H. Cooko, Norman
Watklns, It. W. Aylott, J. M. Little.
Judges: II, G. Wooteni C. J. Llttlo
John, L. C. Abies. Trustees: J. II.
Fisher, Marston Campbell, H. u. koeo.
4th PRECINCT. 4th DISTRICT
Chas. Hustace, Jr., president: S.
II, Rose. lBt vice president; w. J.
Karrattl, 2d vlco president; W. W,
Chamberlain, secretary; . L. How
ard, assistant secretary; Chas. Phil
lips, treasurer. Judges: John M. Kca.
J. W. FranclsT and Mark Well. Ex
ecutlve Committee: C. W. Zlegler. F.
II. Damon, Geo. W. Smith, C, M. V.
Forslor, and K. A. C. Long
IUh PRECINCT, 4th DISTRICT
Chniles Costa, president; J M. Ko-
WM. H.. TAFT'S LATEST
rk'h.1. .'c pie;IJent; D. Kj Kcanu,
1 'e i.c ident; John Knaua, sc;-1
rotary; C. S. Ktlbbard, assistant sec
rotary; Theodoie Kelsel, treasurci.
Judges: Chas. Kcnloha, Geo. Kaltll
knnc, Manuel T. Mello. Executive
Committee: Geo, Knwal, R. Duvnu
chellc. John Kalilanu, Q. 1'. Pitunlni,
fith PRECINCT. 4th DISTRICT
President, J. C. Cjulnn; 1st vlco
president, E. K. LUIknlant; 2d vlco
president, J. K. NaKlla; rccrctary, A.
II. Phillips; assistant secretary, J. P.
Monoghnn; treasurer, It. Klcmnic.
Judge: J. leohnkll, E. K. Ralhhurn,
J. A. Morgan. Kxerutlvo Committee:
Tom Kaknlln, W. F. Drnke, John Hllo,
Sr., J. A. Gorman, Alfred Knlll.
7th PRECINCT. 4th DISTRICT
President, Jumps F. Morgan; Ut
le president, Daniel Kcknha; 2d
vlco prerldent, A. 11. It. Vlelra; secre
tary, Wm. Lucas; assistant secretary,
A. K. Aonu; trensurcr, A. D. Castro.
Exccutlvo Committee' John C. Lane,
Jos Woodward, K. O. Forrolra, Saml.
K. Nnwcla, V. O. Tclxelrn. Judges:
Wm. II. Hiloy, II. Perry, Charles A.
Election of ofilccrs will take place
nt St. Antonio Hall, Vineyard street,
next Filday ovonlng nt 7:30.
A largo .number ot vol era wcro pros
ent last night nnd all wcro enthusi
astic over the result of the great Chi
8th PRECINCT, 4th DISTRICT
Cjarcnco Crabbe, president; Col.
Jus. Shcchnn, 1st vice president;
Chris Evanson, 2d vlco president;
John Marcalllno, secretary; Wm, Pres
tldgc, assistant secretary; II. J. Bald
win, treasurer, Exccutlvo Commit
tee: Alhort Lucas, W. O. White, Wal
ler kann, L. K. Toomey nnd A. V.
Gear. Judges: Henry Peters, Louis
Aylctt nnd dipt. .McDowell.
No meeting will be held Friday.
Tho nbove named will bo elected on
ono ballot cast by tho secretary.
About .18 attended tho meeting.
Thcro was no opposition,
9th PRECINCT. 4th DISTRICT
President. C. W. Booth ; 1st vlco
president, A. K. Keao; 2d vice presl
dent, J. K..Kaui; secretary, A. W
Ncely; trcaauror, J, II. S. ICnlco. Ex
ecutive Committee: John Ulna, John
Kahaunaole, Albert Woodward, Alex,
Nicholas, Caesar Mcdolros, Judges:
Wrt. Ahla. Jplin Ko nnd John C. OI1
Vlea:' V C .'
7th PRECINCT, 6th DISTRICT
In thje 'Seventh Precinct ot tho
Fifth Dlatflct two lists were nomina
ted, as'follows: p., .,
VPrcsldcnt, E. J, Crawford; 1st vice
president, J. Knlana) 2d vice presi
dent, C. A. Wills; 'secretary,, S. Mahc-
lona; treasurer, George VrIght.
Judges: John K. Inch. M. B. Punolut,
Hiram Kahele. Executive Conuiilt
tco: Jos. Dlas, W. K.iRathburn, Sol.
Pauwcla, Ho Tong, Moses Nawaa.
The othcr'tlcket. nnd the ono that
Is claimed to bo the regular ticket, is
President, Henry K. Alapal; vice
president, John Maukoll; secretary, S.
Mahelona; assistant secretary, Chas.
Kaulukukul; treasurer, C. B Malta
Judges: John K. Inch, Lokn Lima, D.
Puhlken. Executtvo Committee: Jos.
Knlana, Jos. Dlas, Moses Niiwaa, Ho
Tong, Chas. Holoua.
8th PRECINCT. Bth DISTRICT
Capt. Cluncy stated this morning
that there was no meeting hold of tho
8th Precinct last night. Tho neces
sary quorum was not present.
9th PRECINCT, 5th DISTRICT
Prcsldont, S. C. Dwlght; 1st vice
president, J. Kapono; 2d vice presi
dent, M. K. Hulu; treasurer, Frank
F. Fernandez; secretary, Pat 8llvn;
nsststnnt secretnry, Noah Jtuuhane.
Judges: Antone Fornandcz, B. K, Kn
nc, J. A. Rath, Wm. Lau, John Poter.
Executive Committee: Nagaran Fer
nandez, John L. Knulukou, David
Kama, II. J. Auld, Pulchu.
10th PRECINCT. Bth DISTRICT
The 10th Precinct hnd a gather
ing, but lack of quorum necessitated
nn adjournment, without receiving
11th PRECINCT. Cth DISTRICT
President, L. A. Thurston; 1st vlco
president, Wm. Palkull; 2d vlco pres
ident, Jos. O. Pratt; secretnry, M. C.
Ainana; 1st assistant secretnry, Eu
gene Alu; trcuBuror, Fred, T. P. Wu-
tcrhousc. Judges: Geo. Sea, Oliver
Stillman, S. P. Correa. Exccutlvo
Committee: Ben Zablnn, A. howls,
Jr., N, E. Gedgo, Wm. II. Thornton,
Wm. W. Hall.
Tho roll-book will ho open from 12
to 1 o'clock at E. O. Hall & Son's
hardwaro store evory day up to!
12th PRECINCT, Cth DISTRICT
Pahla Namalolua, president! W. II
Crawford, 1st vice president; Enos
Vincent, 2d vlco president; 11. II, Ko
lekollo, treasurer; A. K. Vlerra and
Louis Kekumano, secretary. Execu
tive Committee: Chas. Kanckoa, L. A.
Dickey, Chas. Opunul, G. P. Maho-
lonn, Geo. Kawal. Judges: E. C. 111-
shnw, Chas. Ka-no, Chas. Alu.
PBbBPj mBttmwz: '22lK3 fi ,'vM HKsSflBBffliHSflOKt
i . ., -WIUJL R. . TAiT
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Ci1 .10 K fit UNYli
So much depends upon the Quality of your Butter: the whole meal
in spoiled for you by rancid Butter, while a simple fore isimadc whole
sonic and sweet by the addition of a little
ISLETON CREAMERY BUTTER
You can TASTE the quality at one?; and there is nothing we can
say that n-ill convinco you half so readily as one fair trial of this in
comparable Butter. ,
Every square is enclosed in a dust-proof' carton. "
King Street, near Bethel g
Phone 76 .
J. N. LEVY k CO.,
On Wednesday, she is to proceed
to the leper settlement on Molokni,
whero tllo iluctors will sen tho rnu-
dltliius thcro. She roturnn to this
port near tho week-end, and will go
(Continued from Pr.ae
tlonatu iimuuiit of the best laud doled
out to each man.
"Enough land will bo put up ut
auction each tlmo n sale Is held to
prevent llicio being nny bidding ot
tho prices up to exorbitunt figuics.
If n man Is unable to get tho laudj
that Is tils first choice there will thus
bo left for him other traits that will
probably fit In with his purpow, whe
ther It ho to glow pineapples or to
start tllo typical email farm. Speak
ing of small fi'ums, tho o'Hier tr.irt of
land that will 'bo put up for salo un
der tho now agreement will bo exact
ly suited for the purpose. Just this
Bldo of Wulnnao thqio am, bIx or
olght lots of CO acre3 each which will
ho cold, Tho land Is low-lying, san
dy, nnd, to Eiimo extent, coral, hut Is
well Bulled for tho man who would
wish to bpicad out his efforts In tho
cultivation of a number uf things.
Algeroba growa well thcro nnd thin
for llrowood has been proven u suc
cessful venture. Then thoro Is beo-
culture to bo taken Into considera
tion, nnd It is nn amnll Item.
' "The. Kaneoho lands me also being
negotiated for by thu Government,
nnd If these aro obtained they will bo
put up nt miction ualo alro. I ant
satisfied that tho now agreements
will prove decidedly lionollcLil to
wards the sale of hind to the genuine
Uiiri n unro
Nick Pcleison, tho well-known
huckman, hns gone Into hiding nnd
lias mi far oludcS nil tho effoita of
tho cntli-B police rorco to Unil Hint.
Nick wan nnestod Tuesday evening
for drunkenness. Ho put up ?fi bail,
nnd tho next morning ho fulled to ap
pear In tho Police Court, and Judgo
Andrado issued a bonch wurrant for
ltU nrrcst. Since then tho pollco
havo licon hunting for lilm, hut In
vain, iin,d this morning when tho ci"o
wiib called, Clerk Weed Badly answer
ed: "Nun cat,"
Judge Andrado from tho bonch ox
pressed his great surprise that tho
Fil PUCE FOR USS
Ring, blicchera, nnd a H.nnl for
lug-cf-wnr contBtH aro iibout fnm.
plcto lu tho FIbIi Market, whore ho
b(flE, wost'lng, and lug-ofwnr
which Is in churgo of the Fhct Ci in
mlltoo Is to bo hold. Chalrmm A. L.
C. Atkinson, of thu roniuilttoo, was
down this morning loo'dng thii'gb
over, tosetl'pr with Paddy llva'i, iho
clialrnian of tho uli coin nlttce, in
llyan has tlnno himself pi-cud, rml
no mistake, us ho ban urraugc I cue of
Iho most attractlvo placon of the klirt
whlcli haB ivur been seen In thh. cl y
Tho ling la lcgulutloit elzo, mil his
nollco should hnvo been unablo to find lows of hwtii rlblng llor on ti.'r on
mi well-known a neibon ns Nick. Proa- .cither elde.'whllu a third Bldo of tiio
eculor llinwn nobly camo to tho de-
fouso of his friend laukca, slating
tha.t It was a habit of Nick's tq go
Into Eccliislon'whcn on a spree. Ky-
ery man on every watch of tho force
tliig Is takci up with a long ilatfirm
on hlch tho tup-of-wur tenni i ro to
Tho jiliico la errtilu'.y cry ulci ly
arranged, mid bliiiuldpiovt' ono of Ciu
npuik booki ot (J I tarts, lediion,
tc. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
lishing Company, ,
ad been lastiuctcd to taltq Nlelc ihto most popular of ui"tuu places of
custody. Even tho liurk-drlvers had uinuscnr.'ai nno mo ueoi la nero.
been looking for Nick, nnd when thoy There Is to bo so-uei'ilni doing v-
couldn't find him. the pnllro can hard .cry oiinius incro,
ly io blamed. Tho explanation evi
dently did not qulto satisfy tho
Court, which stuted that It was pret
ty sum that Nick could bo round
among Iho gin palaces of Chinatown.
Her olllcora ate of thu Naval Aux
iliary Sun ice. Ilor men, numbering
about 100, mo p.utly enlisted menfiom ho.o to 8, mu, prolan) still lu
advance of thy' Aimada.
Tho place WI' probib'y ho pern a-
rnrmcr (nngrllyi- Say, who, gave
you pcrmlsliun t' lsh In this pond?
Enpcck: Why,in wife, ot course,
What n silly qu'"iiou!
land partly of the auxiliary service.