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EVENING nULLBTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, AUG. 12, 1909.
For Repairing and Building
VI 7E carry the only complete stock in
" the islands. Wheel Materials,
Springs, Bolts and other Hardware, Axles,
Hardwood Lumber, Leather and every
thing that goes to make up a vehicle, from
a light bvggy to a heavy dray.
We buy direct from the manufacturer
and quote prices as low and lower than
obtainable on the mainland.
THE TERRITORY HAD A
TV I -AlMflrftJZ. I
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.,
Merchant Street, bet. Fort and Alakca
WHERE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORERS MET;
TWO NOTABLES WHO ADDRESSED THEM
Charles Murray Tells of Long Trip
to the Eastern States Ha
waiian Pineapples Were in De
mand. After having trnvclod to Louisville,
Ky., unil back Charles F. Murray, une
of (ho delegates from Hawaii to tho
Ishrlnors conclave at Umlsvllle has
I completed o trip which ho says will
i linger In his memory as the most en-
joyablo of his life.
"Tho Shrlncrs conclave at Ixnils
vlllo was a great success," says Mur
ray. "There were more patrols pres
ent than at any former gathering and
this, of course, tended to Increase tho
picturesque side of tho conclave."
Hawaii was well represented at
Loulsvlllo. Thcro were eight people
from tho Territory present. Including
J. S. McCandlcBS, Lester A. Petrle, T.
E. Wall, n. W. Perkins, n. C. Lydcck
er and B. J. Lord and wife. Those
maintained open houso ut tho head
quarters of tho Hawaiian delegation
at tho Scelbach hotel and distributed
hundreds of souvenirs, cocoanut
baskets and Ids.
Murray states that tho Shrlners
from Hawaii traveled East with the
delegation from Ishmacl templo of
San Francisco and received tho best
of treatment from their hospltablo
Murray also Bays that tho Hawaiian
pineapples made a decided and favor
nblo Impression among tho Shrlncrs
at Loulsvlllo and that there wcro
many inquiries as to where tho canned
product could bo regularly obtained.
From Loulsvlllo the Hawaiian dele
gation accompanied a number to
Wheeling, West Virginia, where they
wcro accorded nn entertainment In
tho hospital southern stylo.
After wo left lmlsvlllo tho party
broko and scattered," said Murray.
'Mr. McCandlcss, Mr. Lydecker, Lest
er Pctrlo and myself went to New
York, Petrle leaving shortly after our
arrival for tils trip to Europe. Whllo
In Now York wo met threu well known
people from Hawaii, J. 1. Cooke, J.
It. Huckfcld and A. .1. Campbell. The
luttcr'trlcd to engngo passago on tho
same ship with Petrle, but I believe
was unablo to obtain It."
Mr. McCandless and Murray have
been away for thret" months and they
did not concludo their pleasure Jour
neying on their return west. Ilcforo
leaving California n visit was mado
to Yoscmlto valley and a number of
nil to trips enjoyed In tho sections of
tha stnto that abound In natural attractions..
Ibf OmmImj ui Ttanta die
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The Chamber of Commerco Is at
tempting to determine whether or not
It shall give a dinner to tlio visiting
congressmen. At a meeting of tha
trustees last night tho matter was
carefully discussed and finally referred
to tho proper committee.
A suggestion was macjo by which (ho
ninncr would ucconio tho first annual
dinner of tho Chamber but It did not
meet with approval. It Is fairly cer
tain that tho Chamber will glvo tho
dinner unassisted and Instead of giv
ing It In cooperation with the Mer
chants' Association, will nsk tho As
sociation as gliosis.
MANY NEW MEMBERS
RESULT OF CAMPAIGN,
I ho following wero elected to
membership In tho Chamber of Com
merco last night. They nro tho re
sult of a membership campaign thnt
tho trusteeH huve been running late
ly: Albert Afong, Robert ll.Mlooth,
11. J. Illicitly, 0. Fred Hush, Robert
Cntton, W. K. Frenr, V. V, domi
nie, J, K, Kalanlanaolo, Robert Low
ers, J. T, 'McCrossen, Chas. N, Mur
qucz, Kredorlck C. Miller, K. H.
Paris, Bnmuel Parker, J. T. Warren,
II. I''. Wlchman, Frank lluHtacc, C.
CENTRAL FIGURES IN BIO SHAXE-UP
I IN NEW YORK POLICE FORCE.
Bis Destroyers Getting Ready to Sail
From the Coast Next Month
No Advices Received Here at
According to present plans of tho
Nnvy Department Honolulu may re
ceive visits from a fleet of torpedo
boats next month, which nro pro
posed for defensive purposes at Ca
vlte, I'hlllpplno Islands. That tho
death-dealing monsters will pass this
way and stop over Is indicated by
tho following dispatch from Wash
ington: Alroiwli ttvn vossnta nri tlierA nnd
before long the flotilla will bo com-1
posed of eight such vessels, Tho
Moccasin and Adder have been fitted
with new conning towers and bat
teries and nro now on tho first stage.
of their long voyage to tho Philip
pines on board the collier Caesar.
Later on thu submarines Grampus
and Pike, which are now at Ban
Francisco, will bo taken to tho Phil
ippines. Resides these two large
submarines are being built ut Sun
Francisco, which will go to Manila
In due time. The flotilla will prob
ably coal nt Honolulu en route,
making n "short stop of several days,
GOES TO ORIENT.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Aug. 10, 1909,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Kapunlnl Kalllkolo and wf to Jen-
In order to acquaint himself with
tho civic organizations in the Orient,
II. P. Wood, secretnry'of tho Promo
tion Committee and Chamber of
Commerce, yesterday submitted his
request for three months' Icavo of
nbsenco from tho Territory. Tho
request was granted without any
He will go to tho Orient, leaving
hero on September 20, on tho Jni
nncso liner Chlyo Jlnni, Ills sal
ary, during his absence, will be con
While In tho Orient he will try to
establish mure friendly relationship
between the commercial organiza
tions tliero nnd tha Honolulu Cham
ber of Commerce.
The biggest police shake-up that Now York City has experienced In
n long time resulted from tho unwarranted nrrest of a boy named Duffy,
who wbb employed by n llrooklyn milk dealer. The lad was arresled as
n "suspicious person" nnd photogra phed nnd measured by tho police.
He was promptly discharged by a m aglstrnte, thcro being no evidence
against him. Thereafter ho was nr rested on numerous occasions until
Judge William J. Onynnr took his case In hand and demanded thnt tho
boy's photograph ho remove'd from tho rogues' gallery. This tho pollco
refused to do. Gnynnr then appealed t oMnyor McClcllan, who, upon
investigation, ordered sweeping changes In the department. Ho de
manded tho removal of Deputy Commissioner Hansen, Secretary Slat
tory nnd tho transfer o fothcr men. Tho Mayor also practically as
sumed direction of tho uniformed force himself. Goncrnl lilnglmm, tho
police commissioner, resigned.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
1 e t i n office
Two Cottages and Lot, Luna
lilo St $2,500
The International Christian Kndcavor Convention wns held In St. Paul, Minn,, from July 7 to 12,
Delegates were in attendance from nil parts of the world. The central meetings were held In St. Paul's
new Auditorium, which seats 10,00 0 people. A feature was tho educatlonnl exhibit, showing tho piogress
of tho association along civic, social and religious lines. This exhibit occupied the armory, tho second larg
est hull In the city. There was a monster parade and patriotic borvlco at tho state capllnl, Oi, this oeeanlon
addresses wcro mado by Governor John A. Johnson, Wllllnm-J. Ilryan, Georgo Nlcholls of tho lirltlsh Parlia
ment ,the Rev. Francis K. Clark, head of tho society, and ninny other notublc men.
Judge) Archlo Mnli'iiilii of Waliilun was one of I lie llnwallan delegates to the convention and he hxnkn In
glowing tonus of Ihn cordial manner Ir. which tho lepresentallM's fiuui this Territory wero receluM. All along
tho lino when stopping it I Pasadena nnd Denver the people always wanted In bear from thu Hawaiian delegation
nnd tho keenest Interest was taken in thu impress of Hawaii and its peoplo.
nlo K. Kenmalu D House and Large Lot, Kalihi. $2,700
Cottage and Lot, Liliha St, . .$1,650
DESIRABLE ACREAGE PROPER
TIES, situated in KALIHI VALLEY,
and near PEARL CITY. EWA. If you
want a Small Farm, these lands will
Beach Homes, beyond Diamond
Head, very Romantic Location and
Oavid A. Dowsctt,
Insurance Real Estate Loans
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William R Castlo Tr to John Mann. Rel
Entered for Record Aug. 11, 1909,
from 8:30 a r. to 10:30 . m.
Mrs Alice K Walalealo to J K Kauai. D
Kugeiiln Nullum and hsb to J Alfred
Mrs K A Nnwahl to Henry West ...I.
V Minimum to IMward M May etal.,1,
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IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
First Judicial Circuit, Torrltory of
Hawaii, At Chambers. In Pro
bate. In tho Mutter of tho Guardian
fclilp of Petcro Niolu, Roso Nlolo,
James II. Nlolo and Elizabeth II. Nl
olo, Minors. In tho matter of the
triplication of Abraham Knloiknu,
guardian of Petcro Nlolo, Roso Nl
olo, James II, Nlolo and Elizabeth II,
Nlolo, minors, to soil thoso certain
premises, containing nn urea of J.3
100 acre, situated on Queen street,
In tho City and County of Honolulu,
Territory. of Hawaii, for the pay
ment of outstanding debts owing by
tho said minors to divers persons
nnil for tho maintenance and educa
tion of said minors, It Is now order
ed thnt all persons next of kin' of said
wards, and all persons Interested In
tho real property herein above de
scribed, appear before inn ut my
court room In tho Court Houso nt
Honolulu, in tho, City mid County of
Honolulu, on Monday, the 23d day
of August, 1909, ut tho hour of 9:30
o'clock a. in. of thnt day, to show
causo why n license should not be
grunted tu said guardian to sell said
leal estate for the purposes aforo-
Hy tho Court.
Clerk First Circuit Court.
CHARLES A. LONG,
Attorney for the Petitioner.
1371 July 29: Aug. fi, 12, 19.
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IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Probate. In tho
Mutter of tho Sstnte of Joseph 111s
hnw, lato of Kalaupapa, Molokal,
Deceased. Order for Notlro of Hear
ing Petition for Probate of Will. A
document purporting to bo tho Last
Will nnd Testament of Joseph Ills
haw, lato of Kalaupapa, Molokal, de
ceased, having on tho 21th day ot
July, A. D. 1909, been presented to
said Probate Court, nnd a petition
for tho probnto thereof, nnd for tho
issuance, of Letters Tcstnmciitnry to
Manual K. Cook of Honolulu, having
been filed by Alexander Illshaw: It
Is hereby ordered that Mondny, tho
Cth dny of September, A. 1). 1909, ut
10 o'clock n. m. of said day, at thu
court room of snld Court, ut Wal
luku, Maul, bo and tho sama hereby
Is appointed tho time anil place for
proving said will nnd hearing said
application. It Is further ordered
that notlco thorcof bo given, by pub
lication once a week for thrco suc
cessive weeks In tho B v o n I n g
11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n, a dally newspnpor
published In the English langungo
In Honolulu, Oalm, the last publi
cation to bo not less than ten days
previous to tho timo therein appoint
ed for heuilng, Dated at Wulluku,
Maul, July 2G, 1909,
SBLDEN II. KINGSBURY,
Judge Second Circuit Court.
EDMUND II. DART,
July 29; Aug, C, 12, 19. ,
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