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What Army and Navy
' Folk Are Doing J
ulde to A1I111IM1I (Icorge Dewey, nml
1 1 odd b Ills side on thv bridge of
I'uptuln William I', l'lutt. rd-.
i.ancv department, will proreed to (the flagship OlMnplu during the bat
Honolulu July ."til mi htislues per
timing Ui tlic Inspection of mortars
inl mortar carriages.
Ordered to Manila.
I.leutennnt-Coloiiel John II. Ilellln
i.er will report to the Ounrtermuster
i.cnernl for intisultatloti on buslnesi ) Rarrid Work.
tie of Manila, has resigned from the
iiuvv, and according to best advices
lila resignation has been accepted.
He I1.11I Juit been transferred to the
Cruiser St l.onls. He was landed
however before the ship put to sea.
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
peituluiug to construction work on
uriegldoi Island. Manila harbor.
Colonel Prank West and Major
Thomas S. llrattou. Captain William
K Vose, inedleal corps, will proceed
to Chicago utid retort to the presi
dent of the army retiring board at
the place. ns witnesses hefoie the
Hapld piogrcas Ik being made In
ns'j'fiiihl Iiib 1nalerl.1l at the receiving
S. t'orpt Engineers, in the work of
Shedd for Manila.
The following oftlecrs of the Coast
Arllller) Corps now assigned to the
command of mine planters, with sta
tion in New Yotk. will take station
nt the places Indicated. Captain
Prank K Ferguson, nt San Francis
co; Lieutenant Clifford 1.. Corhin,
at Seattle: Klrst Lieutenants Max
well Murray and William E. Shedd
Jr., at Manila.
Itear-Adinlial W. T. Swlnburn,
additional summer conference of ottl
ier. Navnl War College, Newport
It I . upon completion detached all
i.ut) and to home. Lieutenant W.
Norrls, deluched duty Kclituck) and
Keuisarge toMuty assistant Inspector
ot machinery, Nuv.v Yard, New York.
Lieutenant K. P. Jessop, detached
duty Milwaukee to duty assistant to
Inspector of machinery. Navy Yard, ! H- McKlnsIey. engineers
Pugi Sound, Wash
,To San Dieco.
Civil Engineer K T
Ily direction of the President,
Lieutenant-Colonel John lllddle, en
gineers, In addition to other duties,
Is detailed as engineer of the Twelfth
lighthouse district, vice Major Chas.
Lieutenant Arthur T Dillon.
Twentieth Infantry, will proceed to
S.in Krun.cls.-o and tnke vacation at
that place tind awlut further orders
The War Department has recently
Issued an order organizing two com
panies of Moro us Philippine Scouts.
The Moro are Mohammedans, and
any nuths which the Mohammedans
might make to a Christian would not
b considered binding the moment
they felt inclined to break them, be
cause In the Koran they are not en
Joined to be fulthful to Infidels, and
that Is what we Americans are, In
their estimation. Unless the proper
otllcers are placed over, these men
the experiment will not be u success.
We must put officers over these men
who are able to read the Koran, in
n sympathetic spirit, and above all,
men who do not Identify themselves
with chaplains in the army.
Word has been received from
Washington that Lieutenant Com
mander W M Caldwell, who was an
This i-i the din 'T tin- ilollm and a
half man as novel indue within ricint
The Stock Exchange max be doing
less busluiHs than until, hut the little
mercantile hIou-h where the Portu
guese uinl Hawaiian trade ate doing
t rushing biiiduess and un Decisional
bank nccount is being loptenlshed.
The three thousand dollars distrib
uted among tho working population of
this city ovei week-day evening Is be
ing felt all through tliu business tec
tlon of the town. 1 be smaller linden
men are paving up their m counts, all
ilio pni bills nre paid up. nml the iliy
oodK and clu o stores ate nil setting
Since the strike of Japanese started
'lie Planters' Association has paid out
something like seventv-nvu 01 n hun
dred thousand dollars that has gonu,'
Into Immediate circulation nmous a
class ol puople that have not hitherto
been In 'tfij. foreground.
in.iv li.' postpon'-il hut that Is about all
It will do us the financial lutcicnts or
the Terrlmrv were never In a better
pnsltlon to withstand a long siege than
at the pret'.etil time.
"n nnd llnphl Tiatixlt iImi-Ioiik In
I'll' ll.n J Wild itlte Will be lll.lde All II
artei the Inst of Jul) llieie is work at
Lellehtia nnd at Wiilklkl to bo done.
This nil menus large expt'iidltuics of
I money nnd u steady Increase In Hi
American population of this city '
I Heal u.ttali) is the fuluro fortune l
1 maker of Honolulu because the growth
I of this city Is no longer dependent on j
tho tips or downs of one Industry. Tho .
pt'inianetit complement of the Army
, nml Nnvy will ho sutliclent to main
tain ii city of tho present size of Ho
nolulu and the population of that sec-
tlon will be nil Ameitciiu.
As for the stilke ItM'lf, the situation '
li.is not t'liuiiiUhl to liny extent tor the' The plnenrple men nre luoctlnq to
worse. H Ihey cniilil i'ii It without lu il.v. The pineapple hiislur-i.H of Ha
Ing attneked. lift) per cent of t,be Jap-1 wall will never be n complete succesn
ntiesc lonnorl at O.ilin nnd Honolulu j until tho growers und canucrs organize;
plantnllouK would go to uoik
The strike leaders luvii been busy
keeping out of Jul!. The Toirlloiinl
(lr.mil Jiu- ban returned tiuo hills for
ronsplraiv to murder irjtiliisl ihe lead-
themselves us solidly ns the siigir III
lelosts have done, pill aside their petty
blckeilngs, and pi Ice cutting and nil
gel together to build up nnd protect
the pineapple Industry of Hawaii. Tho
Asi.oclalluu during tho past year liuti
expended $Ofi,uOO. tho greater portion
of It being for the advertising enni
palgn Hint has been eminently amccim
fill. The llnwullnn pine people have
the Ilaltluioro packers "on the run,"
The week on the Stock Exchange has
been viarluil by considerable activity
the early part of the week and n shad
ing down Ihe last few d.is to a general
attack on Dnliii slock During the
early activity thine was general trad
ing with h demand for Wnlalua Hint
sold the stock In good idled orders al
ers and fin -.otlng against Iho.io In
vulvitd In ihe Waliuhu dot. Tho lead
ers nre relinmil tin heavy bonds but
tho uiuuber of indictments Hilt may
bo brought give Indications that tho
lenders will have won to go to Jail foi
lack of bonds The pioHcciillou is " 1" speak nnd at piesent It Is merely
moving foi mi Immediate trial of the , 'incstlon or whether Ihey will folio
rases. "I '- adviintago. The old pack Iiuh
Many leading men of the JniMiitxo , "i'1'11 entirely sold out, and Ihe biokurn
colony nre nnvlou to have tho sltlko r "10 "'alnland aro railing for rutn-es.
ended, for until brought to a close. It TIiIh Ih n marked change Horn Put
is lniHisslble to carry on any negotla-t'"r. w''en n ery large iKirtlou of the
tlons for leiMjustiiicnt of the wage ;wtlrc pack had to bo stored,
Thp nttenii t to m-ike n diplomatic j Incorisiratlon papers for the new-
Issue oui of the matter Is meeting vvllh i Mncfnilnne Ahiilmunu pineapple pro
fatluie. A telegram of the Associated J'Ct wero filed vvllh the Tieasurer this
$9j. llavViiilau Commeiclul has Press from Toklo Indicates clearly week. Mr. Staff, who went east to
changed hands rendllv al SJo
At Reduced Prices
Whitney & Marsh
There ; that
the Japanese government
will purchase Hie canning machinery, has
1 detached from dutv nt the bureau
of yards and docks. Navy Depart
ment, to dutv n charge of the naval
coaling station. San Diego.
To the Coast.
Captain A 0 Merry Is detached
I from the Lancaster to duty as senior
member of the Hoard of Ceneral Sur-
vev. Pacific Const, and commandant
Politic Nuv.il district
Nav.v orders- Itear-Admlrnl H. N.
Manney. retired. Is detached from
the nnvul coaling station, San Diego,
to home. v
on the- whole comparative! little trad-1 purely a domesilt' nlTnlr of tho Tei
Ing outside the fiiur popular stocks, rllorj- of Haw-ail. I The telephono compnny has nied Ihe
During Thursdny and I-'rlday the sis- 'niiieinlmeiil of the chatter to cany out
slons or tho StilcK LNChange weiej While Ihe strike Is the center of the plans or its reorganization iiiul ah
marked by an utiack on Oahu until a public ntttiitlim genera! liusInecH U '. soiptlou or the wireless company,
"lleiwten Hoard" sale was reported .going forumd along lines th it aio most'
at SZ9.it. and the stock sold general! gratlllng The u-al
at (30. There Is no especial occasion Is vers sjtlsfncioM
for this, outside the strike situation
making a favorable opportunity for
some of the nggrcsslvo ones to fright-
estate situation The Walnlne cemetery plans uru
i be wise ones moving ulunir well. The need of n-
aro picking up pieces or pioperty hviujclty ror n cemetery convenient to tliu
and there vvnlcli will servo as good (city limits Is lecognlzed on all sides,
permanent Investment or may be , This now association has tho Innd and
en out the timid ones and get the stock "tinned over' nt n ralr piollt when i the ltapld Transit has signified Its
In at n low price Oahu Is nil right tho peep! geuerally begin to realize
and Is diing spendld v.tirk under the , vvhnt a certain lutuin this city has, una
strlKe-breaKIng regime. Manager Dull i how it timsi expand
is proving hlmseir one of the best
men In a crisis ot all thp managers lilt
b tho strike
In a v.cr short lime tie work or tl,
fiovernnient nt Pearl Harbor will slart
ii.i u iiiaiiui-i nun win muse ine peopiu.
i ne m in-.'ger or wie Han
le.-iilluiss to extend Its lines so theio
is no doubt or the ultimate success of
Tho Ileal Kstnto Ichaugo reHrts
having negotiated the Icu.ch for tho
now "Athletic Pnrk" near tho Junction
of Deretnnla nml King streets that will
NEW - TO-DAY
In Park nvenue of tho Kalmiikl Park
tract, sovernl lots having been sold.
Tho applications for houses to lent at
from $10 to $15 Is reported to be a
feature ot the situation This Indlcilc.i
that the. city Is gaining a steadily In
creasing imputation of mechanics.
HILO HIGH SCHOOL
IS IIN WRAK IMF
. Jm""m - No. I fill TKIllllTOltV Ol' HAWAII.
Ullo, Juno 1C The plllnrs which COtlltT 01 LAND UKfilSTHATION.
suiipoit the inaukn wing of the llllo TKIlltlTOHY 01' HAWAII TO i:S-
My wife having lert my bed uint
board, I will no longer be icsponst-
ble Mr mi) debts she may incur.
II. SINH- LOY.
1 1 lyuvwMuwfMPirufitftvrriiirw;
I SPORTH I
HONOLULU CRICKETERS TO
PLAY BISHOP AND COMPANY.
Bip- Guns for Cheyenne. '
Maro Island, June 9. Word was I
received at Mare Island today that
the new twelve-Inch guns for the I
monitor Cheyenne have been shipped
from the Washington foundry to
Mare Island, where they will be In
stalled. As the turrets of the ship
must be changed before the new
guns can be installed, the ship will
be placed In ordinary until that
work is completed.
YACHT CLUB SCHEDULE
CHANGED A LITTLE,
Returns from the sugir crop are tnke noil:
comlug In and tho mune market is'KrancUc I'.ildgf Company If soon to! be tho center or Tutine baseball arilv
reported comparatively easv The j arrive ti .u nui the gtoiiud for the ' ty and other athletic events.
strike Is not causing am general an- conttnui' ol the naval dock. As'- The Hyal Kstnto exchange also re-
e.iilness S mie ol the extra illvld-nW soon as 1 h bt. -Jti. the Oahu iitll- imrtx the completion of maendninlzliiir
l 'U..M X (' .
Colonel Roosevelt's Cowca'cher Ride;
First Pic ures Of Hunters In Africa
High School are giving way One
has actually fallen down. It has
been round that they do not reach j
down to bedrock, but rest on dirt or ;
lottcn lock. .Thotc who have ex-1
anilncd tho condition of the school
believe that, while It is net actually
dangeious at present, It would prob
ubly be so in ense ot an earthquake,
and that the building will be serious
ly damaged, unless repairs nre
Tho condition of affairs Is such
TATi: OF llr'll.N'ICi: PAUAIII
III8II0P; C. MAIIO!'; TUB
TKIlltlTOHY Ol' HAWAII, bv
CHAItLIH It. IIKMKNWAY. ns
Attorney Oeneinl, CITY AND
COUNTY OK HONOLULU, by
J03KPII J. KHUN, ns Mavor
and I'lesldcnt of the Hoard or
Supervisors, and to ALL whom
it may concern:
Whereas, a petition lias been pie-
Rented to said Court by (IHOHOH
l t.-ii i i.-lict rrn unlvii.!.- i,. .....uinr
that even the most unpractical ' lld C0I1rlI1 i.u tnie'ln the following
can sec tho defects. One pillar has
fal In dawn completely, and another
Is bo detached from the floor which
I-ots C, 7, S und 9 of tho Coney'
Kstuto lots. Title, HirtIon of Apana
,.,.,, , nsiuiu iois. iiiiu, lHiriitiu oi .p.
ii ulw.ttl.l utiittwit-l tlml II enti lie ' ' ...
.. ...wU... ,.,..., . .. .. ,, ,( c Award C325 to M. Kekauo
jocked backwards and forvvards, and , mU n UmM , ., t., ot
It would be nr. easy task to push It N(nl . ,..,,, tQ Kna M
otT connneieiy wuu uuv uuuun
The other pllluiB me niowt of ttiem
I ...... .. 1..... .tnlnnl.n.l Trlli, ,nn
Utile Ol IVllfl tiClttl.ltt.-tl. H""l"ti
There will be a cricket match ut
Maklkl on Satuiday June 26, und
it will tje between the II. C. Club und
i- team fiom llishop & Co. Tho
match will give no opiiortunlty to
tlie selection committee of watching
tliu form or the local plavers, und to
het u Hue on the most likely men to
tend to Maul.
The final selection will not he
made for some time yet, und anyone
who wishes to make the trip had
better get out und practice hard or
t-lte they will not make the team.
The fare by bteumer and return
Horn Maul wilt ho $9, und that Is
about the only ex pen bo that a man
would he under, as the Maul players
The Yacht Club schedule has been
dunged, and the Governor's tup
luce postponed fiom next week till
Jul) HI. The ruce, which Is around
the Island of Oahu, will start In tho
late afternoon, so as to enable tho
yachts to Mulsh during the daylight
Ihe uew bchedule Is as follows:
Sunday, June ST, Herkley cup ruce.
July 3, t and 5, ciulse to Halelvvu
July 11, Macfarluno cup ruce.
There will be several sea wren
laces at Pearl Harbor during the
1 mouth uf August. The Knlakaua
cup will be raced for duilng Septem
ber and a tltiul arbitrary handicap
will be sailed for later on.
DKATII P0STP0NK8 KIOHT -San
Diego, June 7. The Indian Joe
Oiegg-Dlck Ulveus prize light, sched
uled for tonight, was called oft to-
da, it being announced thut the lu-
have in ranged for transportation ' dlan's mother had diopped dead In
hum Midrrgor'H Landing to Kuhu- Santa Haibara.
lul. The team would leave on the WILL KIUIIT IN 1I0ST0N Bos-
Mauua Kea Tuesday noon und ie
till ii on the Claudlne on Wednesday
evening. The latter steamer will b,e
delayed two hours In Older to enable
the Honolulu hunch to hnvo dinner
ALUMNI DEFEATD SCHOOL
YESTERDAY 3 TO 1.
There was a line game of baseball
ut Alexander I'leld veiterduy after
noon, when the Piintihou Alumni
went up against the school and won
by u tscoru of 3 to 1.
It was un errorless game and the
form shown by both teams was first
i lass. Castle pitched a good style
of hall and wa! well bucked up by
Wynne, who did the cutching fur
. Doth tennis scored In the fourth
ton, June 7 Sandy Kergusou and
Joe Jciunctto were matched yester
day to tight a 12 round bout nt tho
Aimory Club Juue 'I'l. The latter
bus Just returned from l-'runce.
CHAMPION SWIMMHIl TO WED
New York, Juno 7. Charles M
Daniels, champion short-distance
swimmer of the world, und Mrs,
Kloience (ioodeur Wugner, daugh
ter of the lute Frank II Goodyear of
Hilda lo, toduv obtained a llccusu for
their man luge licit'.
IIHKAK MOTOHCYCLH ItECOUD
I Sun lleinuidlno, June 7 - Paul
Derkiim or Los Angeles lowered the I
win Id's motorcycle I coord esterduy
by coveilng live miles In u compel!
.tlon iuiu in 4:4(2-5, standing
HAYKS TO MBKT BWHDE Kan
sas City, -June 7. John Svunberg or
Inning, und then there vvus nothing Swedon, tho winner or the Chicago
doing till the ninth; when the Alum
nl mailo two runs und won the gamo.
Tlieie was u grent crowd of rooters
present and the fans-kept things go
ing In line stylo.
Tho line-up or both tenuis was iih
follows: School Chi Hill, c; Or-
.Marathon und Johnny Hayes, the
American runner, were mulched to
day for u 20 mile race to bo run hem
Sunday, Juno 13, ut the Kansas City
Athletic Club park.
YALE NINE VICTORIOUS New
Haven, Conn., Juno 5. Yule defeat-
r-B-TII II, IIIWII III I HMtllW
I'r,,.. itfalVL XI
m f -?f$ 4mil mm fwW8m& ffii
40$' ) mHpMBBbS !R HE
ut Nlolop.i, Nuiianii Valley, llouo
lulu, Konn, Oahu.
Commencing at un Iron holt nt
the south corner ot this proper!)
and the north corner of Nuuauii uve
l.ue and n load 30 feet wide known
from this bolt the
Woman Must no to Penitentiary.
Denver, June 7- Mrs. Eject ra II.
11.......1 nniitlnlfl.1 tt ittla-i utirniirl n I till? I
'... ... .t. ,.. ,i... rti.ii.ins "Jack Lane."
Ulioiii .,uuu oi me itiutiB wi inu iiiii-, , ,, . ,,
drens1 hospital association while sho I ' '"'""'" " " " "' -";
was acting us tioasurer or that Instil..-1 ''" T.lg Stu Ion Is 31C Ii8 J
tlon, was today sentenced to servo1 Hs- f"'1 "' lro I'ln al "'
front 18 months to three vcars thoivost corner of Miuanii nv'enuo and
penitentiary. bM' ''!l"" 'f " C0 "-G feel-
T.ft Win. on Llnk..-Wa,hlu,.o " "f ",",."'", U".1,. he Cv t"i,;esr
). t. i . n- i. i,t .mi ... of Lund Court Petition No. 118.
II !!:." "I!! r.: 'T T,.g. Stations bear Uobank Trig.
uik.iui.uii "si'i " - . - e,,,,,,,., nil . HiMi -.. lif.ii.t i
( OlilllUU ! mm 1 1 1 IIV, ""
i Trig. Station 2n5 QO' 30" nnd
J Piiuchbowl Trig. Station H' 39' 3u".
Hunnlng from above lion bolt by
title Azimuths, as follows:
(1) 217 no1 -112 feot nlong Nil
t'.uiiu avenue to Junction of slouo
wull nml fence-,
(2) HD B 3C3 feet along Apu
lia ID or L. C. Awuid 10UI3 to A.
Paki (Estate of II. P. Hlshop), lu
Edwards he defeated his military aldo
and Senator llourne on tho Chuvy
Chase course. The scoio was G up.
Tho piusldent again mado the lowest
individual scoro In tliu match.
When Haby wus sick, we gave her
When sho was u Child, sho cried foi
When she became Miss, shu clung to
When sho had Children, she gave them
Bulletin Business Office Phon 250.
Bulletin Editori-i Room Phone 1B5.
I.ulml along fence to coiner ot
(3) 02 36' 73.1) feet ulong same
(4 CC 21' 211 feet ulong who
ulong Kuaunn lo a galv. lion spike;
(6) GS 32' C3.8 feet ulong samo
to un lion pin;
(C) Ul 2' 4(5.3 feet nlong (Irani
Wanted lo llent Uy navol olllcer 2433 to Popokl (C. Mulioe) in ra
und wire; small well-furnished ' liken to 30 foot load;
house lu good location. Address! (7) 331' 00' 009.8 feet ulong 30
N. A II ii I let In olflce. 4341-lt
ilctibteln, p; KraJler, lb; Hitchcock, led tho Princeton baseball team ut
Sh; Slug Choug, ss; Hoogs, 3b; Wll-
fong, If j Lowry, if; Uallentyne. if.
Alumni ' Wynne, c; Custle, p; A.
Marcnlllno, lb; V. Hoogs, 2h; Cook,
Kb; Williamson, ss; Arnold, If; J.
Mnrcalllno, cf( Dabhltt, rt,
Yule lluld loduy, fi to 0. Sqoie:
It. II. H.
Yule 3 1
I'llnceton 0 8 4
Hntterles Morrltt und Phllbln;
Drews, White und Plttuiun.
Tho uccompnnylng plr.uie. ... the s. ut if tho Ho -t clt limit In Ha.-l Adieu me Ihe Hist lo rench this coun
try blnie thu roiimu pietldeut luiiilnl in t-l.in. i illneiil. Colonel Uoosevell hud cubled fiom Aden to
I... ,ii,i nlul IihIii J .1 ilit i ml In 1. 1'.. i.Ii .1 I.I. .i r i.
llltve tl iiiiiiii t,...i ..-.. .-. ... .- ..... ,.,.,, inn ,, it iiimii nuiiiiij CM , , i iijh .,. when lint t.tnl-1
i ol the loi.imo'lvc In t'. Hint- the men uu thu engine me
" ,1"' l"",Nh '"- ' "'"iltlv., m ( st.ioHs. (he ruinous L'llBlisll
i rhoci.!)..,,:. -.,. tnl.t'.i Jut !,. v ,,, Nn,, l0 1)B8lll
" "s '" '" t'liiili 'v limit Uu v villi Imnr i,. hlppoiotnmus, This
.'c.i li lo Alaj j.' thu ii.ii ly hid bugged tixty speclmoiis of big
will made he climbed on Lie tow .
Colonel Itiinsovull, (Juiu. tun Jink.
Iltllilei, und Ml. H'Uillloiil. flu- o
tho actual bunt The luiut-ih 1.
Ii t.e most daii.'Jioiu wo I. Iicfo.
Wanted Girl for housework; small
family. 148U Emma St. 4231-lt
foot road "Jack Lane' to Initial
point. Area, 4,200 acres.
You are hereby cited to appear ut
the Court of Land Hcglstratlon, lo
ho held nt tho City ond County of
Honolulu on the 13th day of July,
A. I), 1909, ut one o'clock nnd thirty
minutes In the ufternoon, to show
iiiiise, If uny you hnvo, why tho
Hunk book No. 3907. Return to
the Flint National Hunk. 4341-3t
A bank book has been lost. ninver of suld petition should not
be granted. Ami unless you appear
at said Court ut thu time und place
ufoiesald vour default will bo re
corded, und the s.i Id petition will
bo taken us confessed and joti will
bu foi ever buried fiom contesting
Sealed Tenders will bu received by I1 petition or any decreo' entered
the Superintendent of Public Works , thcieon.
until 12 in. of Sutuiduy, Juno 20, Witness, the HONOIIAHLE W. J.
1909. for thu construction of tho UOI1INSON, Judsu of said Court, this
Kunuhoululwl road, Knnenhe, Koo
Plans, specifications und proposal
blunks aro on Jlle lu tho olllco of tho (Seal)
Superintendent of Public Works,
19th day of Juno, lu the ear nine
teen bundled nnd nine.
Attest with Seal uf said Com t:
M. T, SIMONTON,
The Superintendent of Public, 4J41
Works reserveu the right to reject
uny oi all bids.
C. II. KLUEOEL,
-Juno 19, 20; July 3, 10.
INCENDIAUY KIUE DESTUOYS A
CIIUUCH Chicago, Juno 0. Thu
Acting Superintendent of Austin Methodist Episcopal church,
Public Works. Mho laigcst In tho Hock Klvcr on-
Dcpiutment of Public Works, Ifeience, was totally destinyed euily
Honolulu, T. II., Juno 19, 1909. I today by a lire believed lo bu or In-
4311-31 cotidlary origin.
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