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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H.MHUE3DAY, AUGUST J, 1659
Hawaiian Stated. .
I Oceanic First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
All vial ing member of the
Order oio cordially Invited to
Attend meetings -of local lodges
HARMON LODGE, Wo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
litis ovory Aionday evening l
r:30 la I. 0. O. F Hall, Knrt Street.
i:. 11. HENDRY. Secretary.
r. . w icki:, N. u.
AU visiting brother ery cordially
DAHU LODGE. No. 1, X. of S
Meets every first and third Frl-
,' lay evening at 7:30 lu'K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Heretanl. Vldltiac
Drctbu cordially Invited to attend.
l I.. NUG12NT, a. C.
It. GOSLING. K. H. S.
HONOLULU LODGE G16, B. P. 0. E.
lloiululu Lodgo No. C1C, R. P. O.
Elk meets In their hall, on King
Blue neai 1'ort, every Friday even
Inc. Uitln' Urothcrs are cordially
Invited to attend.
12 A DOUTHITT. K. R.
11 C. EASTON, Sec'y.
Wm. JrKJNLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every -ml and '4th Saturday
svonlns at 7:30 o'clock In K. of l
Hall, cor. Fort and Borctanla. Visit
lng brothers cordlilly Invited to at
tend. F. M McORCW, C. C
H. A JACOUSEN, K. R. 3.
EONOLUIU AERIE 140, P. 0. X.
Meets oc the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each 'month at
7:80 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are lnvltod to it
lend. W. M. McCOY, W., Prest,
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. It
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
I.. A. PERRY, Sachem.
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Many Features Not Met
With Elsewhere Are
Owing to the conditions of the
roads, Marston Campbell and Messrs.
Lclghton and Mcldenthal ol tho lly-
drographlc Survey were not ablo to
cover all the ground contemplated on
their automobile trip unmnd tho Island
yestoiday, that portion between Wal-
alua and Honolulu being covered after
dark. They will return over that
much of the trip this afternoon.
They started ut tho Walmanalo
Pall and skirted tho coast as far as
Kahukii plantation, making observa
tions to got Ideas ns to tho objects In
solved. They were obliged to wall
for two hours nt Knlawulmoa for tho
tldo to recede In order to go along tho
While tho members of tho party did
not this morning care to mention any
particular places, there was presented
In come valley several unusual prob
lems In surfaco water measurement
and conservation to tho solution of
which special methods must bu adapt
ed. As a whole, the country covered,
according to Mr, Lclghton, Is one In
which tho mnxlmum utilization of sur
faco waters Involves tho conservation
of flood waters and the final possibil
ities depend solely on tho cxistenco of
suitable reservoir bites. It Is apparent
that thoro are few such sites of large
capacity and It will require careful
surtcys to determine whether or not
tho object may bo accomplished by
the constiuctlon of a scries of small
rcseivolrs Tho great need of tho
Island aside from tho careful measure
ment nf stt cam How Is tho making of
detailed topographic maps buch as aro
being made by tho Geologic Survey In
tho United States. The3o maps show
precisely tho slopes and elevation of
the laud surfaces and tlu location of
tho livers down to tho sunllest trlbu
titles and they reveal the location and
possible locations nf repervolrs. Theso
and othor purposes would bo served
by tho typographic survey and It Is
the Intention of Oio Superintendent of
Public Woiks to secure cooperation
from the geological surveys In their
work as well ns lu tho Hydrographla
which wo are now prosecuting.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin makes Its own
scratch pads, makes them good and
big and sells them for five cents.
Oet your hat cleaned nt thb Leading
Hat Cleaner, 1154 Fort street.
Joe Oraham, who Imbibed well but
not wisely, was hit for tho sum of $4
this morning by Judgo Andrado. .
itutncmoer moms linen saio is on
and thu ladles of Honolul uwlll not
Boon havo as good a chance for a sup
ply at tho prices.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable.','
You will, be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents.
Geo. MeVoy, who spent a wot Sun
day notwithstanding tho dry Sunday
act,' had to dig up $7 this morning, at
tho request of, Judgo Andrade.
The caso agalnBt Ulackwell, the
'chauffeur, for offending agalnBt the
speed limit law, wns ngaln continued
Uils morning nt the Police Court.
Misses Minnie llortfcld, May Port-
fold, Sophia Rortfeld and their nlere
Augusta Waal, leave for Maul by thu
Mauna Ken next week Tuesday.
Word has como from Washington
that there would bo no further nctlon
or consideration of pending complaints
against United States District Attor
Opuniil, who used languago not
often heard In Sunday School, was up
before Judgo Andrade this morning
nnd, on the chargo being proved, was
fined four bucks. .
Tho Diamond Head Reservoir site
has been re-ceded back to the Tcrrl
tory by tho Government nnd It Is said
thnt more of' the reservation will be
given back In time.
1-nut Sunday tho Carago of Dr..
Watorhouso at Koloa caught fire aud
had It not been for tho quick action
of Dr, Watei house, his automobllo
would hao been burned. It Is not
known how tho fire started, but It Is
thought to havo been by spontaneous
combustion. Harden Island.
William Marr, an elderly mnn who
Is chnrged with a serious offense on n
oung Japanese child, was up bolore
Judgo Andrado this morning. Tho ac
cused pleaded not guilty nnd after tho
mother of tho child hnd given evl
dence as to having found the accused
and tho littlo girl In a spare room,
the case was adjourned till Thursday
Chief l.eal and his men gathered in
tho Vineyard bunch of to'inhs this
morning. One of the crowd was ar
rested, and on bWn-r questioned,
squealed on the rest of thu party, who
wero running a flourishing gamo of
craps. This Is tho samu bunch of
loafers and m-ubo bums which tried
to do Chief of Detectives Ieal up somo
As If forced upward by some unseen
forco a section of the wood block pavo-
ment on Queen street In front of the
Shipping Commissioner's office, yester
day humped Itself up Into tho air,
blocking traffic and attracting consid
erable attention. Road Supervisor
Wilson was notified and hastened to
take out tho old blocks and substitute
now ones; Tho trouble was caused
by tho heat and tho blocks bolng orig
inally laid too closo together.
In a letter to tho Promotion Com
mittee, Oeorgo P. Lone of, Ios Angeles
snys ho wants to tnko up a residence
lu tho Hawaiian Islands, but Is desir
ous of having detailed Information
concerning the schools, particularly
tho grammar and upper grade. Ho
alBo wishes to know It. children of all
nationalities aro pormlttpd to attend
the public schools. The cost of living
Is also among Mr. Long's list of
queries. Ho states ho la, an asteopath
and Intimates ha may practice If he
decides to establish hlmsolf here.
New veils and veilings, all colors,
Whitney & Marsh.
Tho Owl Is tho Go cigar with tho
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"Forccgrowth" makes lawns, maid
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Honolulu Oil Supply
WASHINGTON, AtlgUBt 2. Tho
the establishment of n supply station for oll-burnlng warships at Ho
nolulu, A cenornl conllng station Is being considered for California
Tho Navy Department haB bto'n conducting experiments in the
old monitor Wyoming, now known im tho Cheyenne, with oil ns n fuel
for warships. Tho tests have apparently been satlsfactmy, for
twelve of tho new torpedo boats ordered built aro to bo equipped
with oil burners. 'Other vessels may have combination oil nnd coal
burners. That the government contemplates establishing itn oil
burning station here Indicates that oil-burning war vessel will either
be stationed hero as a base, or that visits of oil-burners may bu fio
quent. ,m ' m
AGREE TO TARIFF BILL.
WASHINGTON, August 2. The House has ngrccd on the Philip
Senator J. W. Daniel of Virginia, speaking today In the Senate on
the tariff question, suld that thu country stands between thu gallows
and the' grave.
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ILOILO, August 2. Five hundred laborers bound for Hawaii are
held here by n Spanish law which permits only adults to euilgiiitu. It
Is believed that tho delay will bu slight,
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PAPERS FROM BARCELONA.
CKHHRA, August 2. The llrst troln out of llurculona arrived here
today with censored newspapers.
TfiT A -
Drayine, Express and
General TransportAtion.Excavating and
general Contracting. Q. W.
J AS. W. PRATT, ' ofSSxs,
125 Merchant Street, adjoining Slangenwald Building.
Real Estate for Sale and Lease
CITY AND SUBURBAN LOTS.
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ARMY A NAVY
Work has been completed on tho
two mess halls, tho two bath hous
es, thu waterworks land two lncln
derators at Fort Ruger to bo Ubvd
by the two companies of coast ar
tlllery which are scheduled to leavo
San Francisco for Honolulu tomor
row. The construction work has
been In charge of Captain Falls,
the depot quartermaster, and tho
buildings erected resemble thoso nt
Lcllehua for tho cavalry. ,Jho plac -
Ing of the platforms for tho tents of
the enlisted men and tho construc
tion of tho quartora for tho ,oin
cers Is being hurried to completion.
Through a letter that has been
received by DelegatOKuhlo fj-om
George H. McClellnn, It Is learned
that tho reason that the, building of
a quartermaster depot, In Honnjulu
has not received greator attention at
tho hands of the Washington au
thorities ls b'ecause ,u site has not
yet been suggested .that rwill be sat
isfactory to tho department.
Referring to tho supplies depot of
the army commissary department,
McClcllan states that quarters will
be rented to servo the present needs
of tho dpartmnt.
McClllan says thnt "proper quar
ters will be built later when tho
quartermaster general's department
settles tho question of further depot
The, assignment has been an
nounced of Lieutenant Albert K.
Lyman, corps of onglneors, who,
upon his graduation from West
Point, was placed In tho Engineer
Corps. Lieut. Lyman Is now visit
ing with his family in Hllo and upon
the expiration of his graduation
leave of absence 'will proceed to
Rock Island, Illinois, whero he Is
detailed to remain until November
30, when he will be assigned to
duty In tho Canal Zone. On May
10 1910, ho will go to New York
City and later roport to tho officer
at Detroit In charge of thn Deirolt
Engineer District of the survey of
tho northorn nnd northwestern
Major 11. II. Ray, the arm y pay
master, visited Fort Do Russy and
paid tho men of the engineer com-
?t Hi ' t iv
Navy Department Is considering
Telephone 588. Wood and Coal Stove
ruel- Quality and Q
. Quantity the aim.
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pany stationed, at thu post. The
sum distributed by Major Hay
amounted to about s:i,ouO.
Major Hay states that tho inimlhly
payroll nf tho tioopi now In Hie Ter
ritory amounts to approximately Jilt,
000 and with tho arrival of the coast
artillery companies tho payroll will
Tho War Department at Washington
will son havu before It tho llnillngs of
thn board detailed to report on the
permanent i)t nt U'llolnui. Colonel
Schuyler, president of tho Hoard,
M thal everything has been dunu
by the Hoard toward examining Into
all thn questions halug n bearing up
on tho subject and that as far as thu
report Is concerned there should bo
no delay In tho War Department reach
i'"e a conclusion nt an early date. It
Is staled that accommodations for one
regiment will bo llrst constructed and
tho size of Iho post Increased as nc
commodiitlons becomo uecessary. It
Is thu intention to provide accommoda
tions for about four regiments of dif
ferent branches of the service.
It has been discovered that there
has been tanipeilng with blda submit
ted to the Nuvy Paymaster's office In
Manila by which cortnln bidders en
joy cd an unfair advantage. An In
vestigation was ordorcd scwrnl weeks
ago, and It was found that a Filipino
cleik, named Kiullln Mcndozn, and n
Chinaman, named Chun Yaw, had an
understanding by which tho latter
wns to get u contract for coal for Iho
Navy, Another bidder mndo a nils
tako In getting his bid too high nnd
asked that he bo permitted to with
draw It and that bids bo asked again.
Tills was allowod, and the second time
thu Chinaman underbid tho other bid
der by proelhojy thu sanio amuuut.
Theso bids wore rejected and another
competition urrauged and u lot nf fake
bids sent In. Secret serlco men wero
placed where thoy could wulch the
office and they haw Mendnza examine
thu bids and make notes of them. Ho
war at onoa anested and later con
fc'Bbed, Implicating tho Chinese bidder.
KUKUI TO KALAUPAPA.
Tho lighthouse tendor Kukul, In
command of Captain Nelson, left
this morning at 10 o'clock for Kaln-
upapa, Molokal.i with supplies for
the light house keepers theie, Hhu
will return ns soon ns possible,
whence sho will pioceed In Kaual.
Bulletin Businesr Offn e Phone 251
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 183
W. W. AHANA CO.
G2 South King St.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, Aunust 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Anlved Aug 3
H, S. Aljineda, 1 p. t" , henco July 2S
Schr Mutbn Nelson, from Muliu
l.ona. llll.O Sailed July Mi:
S. S. Columbian, for Ballirt Ciuz.
' THI2 T12NYO MARU, (Jnplalii, Ileal,
called for Oriental lsirts this morning
from tho Hackfold wlmrf nt 10 o'clock,
tiklng n few parsengcM from here
for Japan. Captain Lane, the locil
pilot, together with Captain Hent on
tho bridge, took her out without any
TI1K INTI2II ISLAND Blenmera leav
ing Ibis nflcrnoon mo tho Klnaii and
MlkaVtln, They leavo nt 5 o'clock, the
former for Kaual and tho lattor for
Molokal nnd Maul ports. They will
letnrii on Sunday morning.
Tilt: MAUNA KBA and Mauna Lou
left at noon today for Maul ami Ha
waii. They both canleil mall besides
passengers ami general caigii.
' THI2 NOHAtl, which sailed jester
day iiftenioon nt B o'clock lor Ke.illu,
Kaual. look u full load of freight.
I PA88ENQER3 BOOKED
Per Slmr. Klnaii, Auftust 3, noon,
for Kaual. 12. II. Hand. C K. Ruwll.
Misses lnnes, JamcFmi, Angus, Mr
aud Mrs, Lelauil, Misses l'apsu nnd
12IIISOII, Mr, ami Dr. Stubbs, Mrs.
Wnlcrhouse, C. It. Luthrop, 1-1. Whit
man, Mlsi A. Leghorn, lleithu An
deruinn, J. It. 'Knot lie, Misses M, and
A. Hitchcock, Mis. J. S. Fuel mid
Miss K. Waluii.
Tuesday, Augusl 3.
Temperatures-' C u, in., 71; S a. in.,
78; 1(1 n. m., S-l; nuoii. .SO; inoiiilng
Haroinetcr, S a. in., .10.10; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m rCG grains per
cubic foot: lelnllvo humidity, S n. III..
KO per cent; dew lolnl, .S a, in., f3.
Wind li a. in., velocity 0, direction
K.: S n in., elocily li, diiectlon S. 12.;
10 ii. in., cloclty 12, direction S. 12;
noon, velocity 10, dhccllnu N. 12.
Rainfall during -I Jiours ended 8 a.
Total wind movement during 21
hum h ended ut noon, 21'i miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN.
Section Dluvtor. U.S. Weather lluieiii
Without gling any icasnn In his
shipmates fur tho rash act, Pat (ler
ald Dennett, a member of the U. S.
jtiumio corps, juiupeii overooaru
from tho transpoit Uignn en mute
from Nagasaki, Japan to this port,
and was drowned before tho life crew
could reach him. Tho big Imnsport
arrived this morning en route to tho
States, her capacity crowded to tho
limit, which Is a disappointment to
many military nml naval olllcurs heie
who duslied passage to tho mainland.
Thu officers uro at a loss to know
tho lcasou why Dennett committed
thu deed. Ho was apparently well
mentally, until July 23, whon at 3
o'clock In thu afternoon, ho mado a
quick ami unexpected move ami Jumped
overboard Kverythlng was done to
save Mm, but of no avail. Ho has a
family on the mainland,
Thu Uigan Is carrying back In tho
States f30 cabin, 88 second cabin, and
1132 btoenigo passungcrK. Almost all
of them mo from Manila, whllo a few
of them camu fiom Nagasaki, Jap in,
Tho officers nnd men nro members ol
tho ,10th Infantry, U. S. . Col. 12. II.
Prattf Is the commanding officer.
Sho brought two bags of mall for
Honolulu and will take mall fiom hero,
sailing thla ufturnoon for San Fran
cisco ut -1 o'clock. Tho (tip f i oin tun
Orient was fairly good.
MORI WEN KNOWN
Mori, tho assailant of Kdltur
Sheba, Is what Is commonly clas.-ed
as it "dicsbcd up Japanese," Hu Is
always well diesbed, rather diminu
tive In slu and dapper lu appear
unce. A few mornings ugo he
boarded a down-lown car fiom the
Piinnhoii section mid was met ou
the car by MiiMno. They wciu
benled together and appeared to bu
talking earnestly In Japanese.
I ho will uf tho lulu W. O. Walker
of Ookiil.i was opened a fuw days
ago and was taken today to llllo,
whom It will lie Hied In tho Clicult
Couit Mr Walker leaves an es
tatu of ne.uly a quarter of n mil
lion dollais. It Is bequeathed to his
wlfu mid chlldicu.
JJff BULLETIN ADS PAY "mm
Monday, August 2.
Slmr. Nonnti, for Kealln umi other
Kaual iKirts, C p. in.
Tuesday, August 3.
T. k. K. S. 9. Tenyo Marti, for Yo
kohama, V II, 111.
Stmr, Mauna Ken, for Hllo, 12 noon,
Slmr, Miiuna Lou, for Komi nnd Kuu
porta, 12 noon.
II. S. A. T, I)gnn, for San Francis
co, 4 p. in.
Slmr. Mlknhnla, for Molokal and
Maul ports, 3 p. m,
Slmr, Kinnii, for Kaual ports, G p, in,
M. N. S. S. Lurlliie, Wceden, Tor San
Francisco, 10 a. in,
' DUE TOMORROW
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M. N. S. S. Illlonl-iii, from San Fran-
A.-1I. S. S. Alaskan, from Snn Fran-
Slmr. W. O. Hall, from Maknwcll,
1'er u. H. A. T. lAig.m, Hllnson, rrom
the Oileiit, Aug. 3. Manila to Honolu
lu: Mrs. C, 12. Towuseud and ion.
Manila to S.m Friinelbcu: Lieut. S. W.
Per Mauna Ken, Aug. .1, noon,
Hllo: Mr. mid Mrs. F. Dwlght.-Mr.
nnd MrB. II. F. Crawford, W. (I.
Irwin. A. (laltley. L. Mlzner, II. A.
Itatirch, It. II. Rletson, Miss M. II.
Itlchley, Mrs. C. C. Rowley, Miss A.
rtbixnuder, II. P. Wlcliman, Mrs. II.
S. Until, child and servant, W. Heck-
ley, Cecil Drown, Miss Hlllsoii, Mrs.
J. Andrade, Mrs. .1. S. Stable. Miss
Wciiner, Mr. urn! Mis. S. P. Woods,
W, II. Hubbard, I). Mucllae, I.. 11111,
W. Hill, Mls 12. Hull, Miss flcr
trudc Hull, Mr, and .Mis. It. R. Dry
ant, Miss Mi Cold, It. R. Klgln, C.
W. Cobb, Miss Cobb, Miss Snell.
MUs Hell, Misses Klla and F. Tunst
berry, .Mrs. W. (1. Walker, Mis. L. A.
Andrews. II. llutchliis, 11. II. Rich
ardson, Mr and Mrs. I2dwln Gregory,
Mr. nml Mrs. L. 12. H.irtlett, Mrs. J.
II. Christopher, Miss M. Moon, II. G.
llllxs, O. M. llllss, J. It. Furrlngton,
II. S. Oveuill, R. 11. Anderson, C. O.
llaitlett mnl wife nnd threo child
ren mid servant, Mrs. II., Master
and Miss Mathey, 12. Stone, 12. D.
Kiijh. I-'., Walaho an dl'runk Vnscon
cello Per Steamer Mauna Loa, Aug. '.I.
Knna and Kuu: Mrs. 1). K. linker
nml children, llllzaheth Kamana,
Miss Listed, P. II. Leslie, C. S. Ileal.
.1. K. Meyer, 1). II. Miuonachle, L.
McFiiilnne. 11. Smith, Miss J.
Smith, Miss J. L. smith, N. M. Mc
Ouald, Y. It. Driver, Mr. nnd Mrs.
W. M. Graham, P. Peck and Davlil
Per S. S. Tenjn Maui, Rent, for tho
Orient, Aug. .1. Mr. and Mrs. I. It.
Hums. Mrs. T. Osukl, K. Kaniane, T.
KllaJIma, J, Kauuko.
SHERIDAN COMING WITH
TWO COMPANIES OF
SAN FRANCISCO, July 23, Tho
United States army timisport Sheri
dan, which sails August R from thla
port for Manila, will carry u num
ber nf well-known army officers who
huo been stationed at this port.
Piomliient among thebo Is Col. John
II. Ilelllngcr, who wns transport
qu.irtei master at this port for two
and a half yeais. He will bu accom
panied by his wlfu and his four
Colonel John L. Chamborlaln. In
spector general's department, from
Washington, D. c, and his family
am on the passenger list. Col. Leu
Feblger, Thlid Infantry, well known
ut tho post, anil who was prominent
und effective dm Ing tho groat lire, Is
albo to bo a passenger.
The Sheridan will tako tho fol
Thu One Hundred mid Fifth com
pany, coast til tlllery, Captuln J. It.
I'ouilo, for Honolulu; the One Hun
dred and Forty-sixth company, coaht
artllloiy, Lieut, Goidon Robinson,
fur Manilla, mid thu One Hundred
nnd Firty-nliilh torn pany, coast ar
tillery, Lieut. (1. 12, Turner, for Ho
nolulu. Tho Olio lllindied nnd Forty-slxlli
company Is designated In tho bervlcn
us "mine planters." Thu Sherldau
will alto tuku 130 lecrults.
Captain H, L, Kinnlsoii will go
out as quartermaster, relieving Cap
tuln Campbell 1-2. Ilabcnck, who Is.
going to Join his icglmcnt.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175. Complete,
THE CHARLES D. WALKERS BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St., opposite. South St. J
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