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Owing to the rush we
have decided to continue
our Mammoth Sale for the
balance of this week.
SATURDAY will be
absolutely the last oppor
tunity for these wonderful
bargains, and remember
the store closes at 1 o'clock
on Saturday. Come early.
Cor. Fort and Beretania
185 King St
HIOH-CLASS PAPEB-HANQINO. DECORATING, '
Am) GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397,
Want an electrio door bell?
We'll put it in for you.
Union Electric Co.,
Beietnuia St., near Fort.
jLluiU:-. 'A -iH'My.ililitff'A.Mr,.. J. 'SV.'. )? ,'' W" ;''.''.
TWELVE HUDRED GALLONS
Were taken after test by Federal
people of the Eureka Perfection
Roof Paint. Send for Booklet. P.
0. Box 93.
TIIEO. II. DAVIES & CO., Agents
Island Views ft;tioant Gurrey's
Chief Executive Refers to Doubt as
to When Hawaii Became a Ter
ritory of the United States.
"A Rood dny to celebrate." wns
what Governor I'rcnr Bald this morn
ing when ho was nuked It lie had any
luminous Idea on tho annexation day
August 12th and ltn significance
for memorial observance by the peo
ple of tho Territory of llnwall.
"It Is undecided Just when wo wore
annexed to the United States," con
tinued tho (lovornor. "The actual
transfer of sovereignty occurred clov
en cnrs ago tomorrow, hut tho treaty
of annexation was npprocd on July
7th. As a consequence, over) ono Is
not sure Just when tho annexation oc
6urrcd, but for nil purposes the 12th
of August has been nssumed to bo tho
(Into that Hawaii was actually an
nexed." Coventor Krenr did not know of
any plans for ceehlrntlon nnd Inti
mated that the observance of tho day
Inst enr. the tenth anniversary was
a time when special slgnlllcnnco nat
urally accompanied the day.
REMAINS OF HIGH .
CHIEFESS AT REST
An ImprcssHo funeral took nlnco
yesterday afternoon when tho re
mnins of .Mrs. A. C. Slmcrsmi, wife of
Captain Slmcrson of tho Mnuna I,on,
wcro laid to lest In thu K-tvvnlnhuo
The deceased wos n chlcfcss of high
rank, nnd was related to Iho most
prominent families of Hawaii. The
honorary pall bearers were Col Cur
tis I'. Inukca, Sheriff Win. P. Jnirett,
.Mayor Jos J. Kern, Cant. Clarke. Wm.
J. White, Itobt. Wnlpa. (leo. W. Ucck-
ley, and Jns. Itobcrtson.
Tim lajku hciris Wi ro .Icsip Mi
kaliiHl. Kd. HomnuVit. St C. I'llannla.
Sam Kemninplll. A K. Iloitplll. Wm.
ItccI ley, Kawclunkalaul Kcalohapau
ol, nnd Make Knhnuninokti.
The funeral sci vices at tin Catholic
Cathedinl were most Impressive, nnd
nt 2:30 o'clock tho cortege entered
the building. A beautiful token of re
membrance was sent In by tho liar'
bor No. 54, American Association of
Masters, Mutes, and Pilots of which
Capinlu 3lmerson Is fi member, and
it consisted of a broken floral anchor.
WARRANT NOT ,
Owing to tho nbsenco of Captain
Clcnves on n trip around tho Island,
tho warrant for Onl Perkins of tho
cruiser St. Louis will not ho issued
today. Perkins Is tho only ono of tho
suspected smugglers from tho war
ship to bo prosecuted, and tho local
Federal authorities aro doing o cry-
thing in tholr power to mnko things
mco and comrortablo for thoso of un
do 8nm's boys who hroko Unclo
Sam's laws. Tho warrant, according
to oulclnls, will be issued tomorrow
morning nt 9 o'clock unless moro trims
aro Indulged In to postpone It. It Is
probnblo that tho man will bo rcclas
ed at Captain (Heaves' request and
bo tried by court-martial on board tho
GAME COLORED MAN
AGAIN IN TOWN
Mcllvnln. tho folored man who cavn
Dick Sullhan such a hard go soma
years ago output tho Zoo, Is on board
tho transport .Sheridan and was up
town this morning.
On being informed that Sullhan
was still here and that the chanlnlon
wns going to box Cordcll on Saturday
night, tho negro said that ho vished
ho had known of tho matter before,
oh ho might havo arranged to stny
over nnd huo another go at I)Mi.
Mellvaln is as chirpy as ever nnd
(hero Is no doubt that toll fans of this
town would llko to seo tho g-ime fel
low In tho ring onco more.
llowner. thoro Is not much chuiice
of his getting n match this trip, anil
moro Is tho pity, as tho colored light
er made a lot of friends' whilst here.
Shccp-shcarlng machines aro begin
ning to bo used oxtcuutvoly In Aus
tralia. For Sale
1 B. R. House and T.nt Alunt isnn
2 B. R. House and Lot, Nuu
anu Vallev . Kfth
2 B. R, House and Lot, Auwai-
2 B. R. House and Lot, Kana
3 B. R. House and Lot, St.
i-ouis school 1,125
etc., etc., etc,
3 B. R. House and Lot, Kapalama 12
P. E. R. Strauch
Walty Bldp. 74 S. King St.
. ...M - .rf.U.A.'.i.
! OF CONGRESSMEN
Another Meeting- of Reception Com
mittee Will Be Held Next Week
Prince Kuhio a Host.
Tho social program for the lsltlng
delegation of Congressmen Is tho
problem that Is Just now being con
sidered by the executive, commltteo
that will decide definitely upon the
program as far as the island of Oahu
"Wo will hold another meeting as
soon as the other Islands aro heard
from, and then decide definitely on
tho arrangements that aro to bo
made," sold Governor Krcnr this
Tho Governor stated that one of
tho features, of the Congressional v Islt
two years ago was the reception that
wns tendered to thu visitors by tho
Dclcgato to Congiess, and It is pro
posed to hno another reception by
Pi Into Kuhto Just before tho delega
tion takes lcae of tho Territory.
Mayor Fern wns In consultation
with tho (lovernor this morning In
connection with the big lunuHHat ho
plans to give, nnd asked tho adlcu
of tho Chief Kxccutlvc on several of
tho social problems Involved' In tho
WHAT ARMY AND NAVY
FOLK ARE DOING
ino cruiser uenver will ho de
tached from tho I bin! squadron of
the Pacific fleet at Manila and sent
to Mnro Island, ln Honolulu, fur re
pairs. Ilepalis ate to bo mndo
en tho bottom sheathing. Tho
Cleveland tuny nlxn follow tho Den
ver to tho coast, and later tho Chat
tanooga, and Galveston will como.
It Is planned by the Department
to keep vosselsof n distinctive typo
togotiier, and tor this nation tho
four ships will eventually bo
brought together again.
Starts on Walk.
Kcnr-Admlral 13. Harry, command
ing the second division of tho Pa
cific squadron, started on his flfty
mllo walk which tho Navy Depart
ment has ordered must be completed
within tTireo dais. Itiirry U going
over tho snmo course as that walked
by Rear-Admfrnl Phelps.
Commander I.eo Anderson of the
ordnance department nt tho ntvy
yard will do his cxerclso on a blcjclo
and will ride ninety miles over tho
toads In California. ,
Tho cruisers Tennessee, Washing
ton, Colorado and Penmolvnnla will
spend from six to elgljt months In
tho Puget Bmjnd )nrd, next year,
during which tlmo "haystack" masti
will he Installed foro und aft on tho
vessels. According tq officers, tho
contract will call fo tlx months'
work, nnd It Is likely, thut eight
months will be .consumed In making
Tho new stjle of masts consists of
n high conning tower, construct! d
of a fi.unework of steel tubings. On
top of the mast Is a platform for tho
flre-conlro! ofllcer, who communicates
with all parts of the ship by tele
phone Eery tube making un tho
mnst contains n iclephone wire, so
that the mnst would liuvo to be en
tirely shot away before communica
tion would be broken.
Mokulola, Oahu, T. II., Is desig
nated as tho station of 'First I. lout.
Thomns II. Cunningham, Bth Caval
ry, from June in, whllo on duty
In connection with tho Progressiva
Military Map of tho U. 8., under In
structions of Pur. 3, 8. O, 75, Dept.
of Cal.. April fi, 1909.
First Sergt. Holnrlch C. Ilochm,
Troop D, nth Cavalry, upon tho re
telpt of this order, will be plncod
upon tho retired list.
"Travel to Hawaii still keeps up In
a most satisfactory manner, with tho
outlook for n ere ord breaking winter
trnvel brightening right along," Is tho
Introductory paragraph of Set rotary
Wood's letter to tho Promotion Com
A dog alleged to bolong to Cantaln
Wnlkor Is said to hno rushed out on
tuo.Knllu road and bitten a mnii nam
ed Lancaster on tho calf, of the leg.
Iancustor has had to 'sc n doctor
about tho wound nnd Is tat present
wondering how tho dog is.
A stipulation was today filed In
tho Supremo Court of iho Torrltory
allowing briefs In tho case, of Jim
Ah illoy. plalntiil-appellee, nnd II.
Itujmontl, defendant-appellant, to
he Hied ny August 23. '
The Jury I nho murder trl.'l n.' llr
O K. nojajlan of Detiolt. who Hhot
and killed his nephew, Hnro-tnn tlo
stunlan, disagreed and wns clUi Ivwl
Dr. IiojaJInn shot Oostanlan while his
nephew anil Iho doctor's Ifo woio be
ing niialgned In c mil t nil u Mntulm.v
- .iV.L .WJti i.I .lik'lkfrHHil'j.,
Uncle Sam Lays Down the Law in
Regard to Sending Articles
Through the Mail
Complaints. According to a new order Just re
celed by tho pustofflco here, Undo
Sam has pulled In his reins tighter
on customs i emulations. Complaint
has been made by the Treasury De
partment that mnll originating on
board United States natal vessels nnd
containing matter supposed to bo 11a
bio to United States customs duty,
frequently reaches tho addresses
without previously having been sub
mitted to a customs official.
Navy mall clerks will Indorse all
matter mailed on board United 8tntcs
naal vessels, which they havo rea
son to believe mny possibly contain
mnttcr subject to United States cus
toms duty, with toh words, "Supposed
liable to customs duty," before dis
patching such mnll.
Unscnicd pieces, registered and un
registered, received front United
States nanl vessels and marked
"Supposed llnblo to customs duty,"
will bo treated ns follows:
Unsealed articles, both registered
nnd ordinary (except registered ar
ticles Inclosed In registered pnekage
envelopes) will ho examined by cus
toms olllclals at the original exchnngc
ofllco of receipt.
If unsealed registered nnd unregis
tered pieces nro accompanied by mall
entries when received at tho final of
fice of delivery, showing thnt customs
duty lias been assessed on their con
tents prior to their receipt nt tho
postofllco of delivery, they will bo
delivered to the nddresses upon pay
ment of tho duty assessed. Such
pieces will also bo delivered to thu
addressees without submission to a
customs official If they aro Indorsed
to Jndlcnto that they liavo previously
been examined by a customs offlccr
nnd passed freo of duty.
If there Is no cusoms ofllcer In tho
city In which tho postofllco of deliv
ery Is locnted, tho scaled pieces, aft
er being opened by tho addressees
or their authorized representatives,
will be forwarded, under ofllclnl reg
istration, to tho postmaster at tho
city where tho nearest customs offi
cer Is locnted for submission to such
official. If tho contents of tho pieces
nro found to bo dutiable, the customs
ofllclnl will Issue mnll entries nnd re
turn tho pieces, with the entries,
through thu postmaster at tho city In
which tho customs officer Is located,
to tho postmaster at iho postofficu of
delivery, who will collect the customs
charges and transmit them, with tho
mall entries, by registered mall, to
the customs official who Issued tho
MAIN-LAW ASKS THAT
"Now, look hore, Georgo McOuvv
an, ou leave jotir niothor-ln-luw
nlonc In future. The fact thnt jou
happened to marry her daughter
noes not entitle ou to strlko her.'
Thus said Judge Andrndo to the de
fendant In an assault and battery
case nt tho police court this morn
ing. It nppenrs that McOowan had u
row with his wife's mother on nc
count of somo family trouble The
mother-in-law came to the sheriff
nnd swore out n complaint to tho
fact that McOowan had "beaten,
bruised, kicked and otherwise as
On tho strength of this complaint
McGownn was nrrcstcd und uppeared
In court this morning. Tho com
plaining wltncis then said that she
wished to drop tho case, and Prose
cutor Drown nsked thnt the case he
nolle prohsed; this wns done, nnd
McGownn left in company with Ills
Per stmr. Cluudlue, Dennett, for
Maul and Illlo. d p m. Aug. 12. Law
renco Judd. J. Wiilcrlimiup. IV. n
Smith. MlSS (1. ItViroff. I.. M. Vnlllnl
son nnd L' children, Miss 0. Lewis,
Miss T. II. linns, a. s. Polllster, It.
O. Ilalley. K. Iloenduhl and wlfo. W.
W. Weslcontt and wife. D. Conway,
II. M. Oltto. M. O. Alllo. A. M. Ilrnu
wlfo and child: Mrs. Atkinson, Mns-
cor vvaiitcr, Missvlluth Annn, J. II.
McKcnilo. Mrs. W. O. Anderson.
child and servant.
Por stmr. Matllin I.on. Slmersnn. for
Maul and Konjaj-id Kau ports, Aug.
13. Ill noon.-'Mrs. Nahalo, Chns. Nn
hale. J. Ollvern. Mrs. 1) SrnHili.r w
Heurby, J. J. Walsh. Ulrlch Thomp
son, John Clark, C. K. Iledomunn, It,
Irwin. C. Wnlters, Joo Caspar. H. II
Wlthlnglon, Miss Lay Kuth Itenton
Per Stmr. W. f5. Ilnll. Thnnumnii
for Kauai, Aug. 12, fi p. m II. K.
Schaolleld, W. Kldld nnd wife. Mas
ter W. Manon, Jos. Manon, Wodalupo
and wife, Mr. Korresca nnd sou, V
Crawford, C. l.lndh and wife.
Mrs Neville CntUlo, who was exten
sive))' entertnlued In Honolulu snmo
four or live ears ngo. bns been mixed
up In ii slmnlliig mallei In New Yolk,
Kim U ulli-M'd In have tiled ii shot nt
William Craig of California becuusu
ho Insulted her.
m 'A I fr"'-'r
REASONS FOR NEW
Two Irrigation Companies Whose
Control Was Vested in Parker
Concern, Consolidated to Avoid
The agreement which served ns a
foundation for Incorporating the great
Parker Irrigation Company, l.til , last
week was today filed In the tlureau of
Conveyances, bearing thu date of Junu
22. Thero for the first tlmo aro set
forth thu motives that led to the prac
tical consolidation of thu Kohnla Ditch
Company and Iho llawallnu Irrigation
Company, and according to the word
ing of the agreement It was' to pre
vent the Institution of lawsuits In the
lutiire muile probahlo by the close
proximity of the water holdings of the
Following Is the summary of articles
For and In consideration of the mil
lual convenience nnd agreements and
Iho sum of ono dollar by Parker to
McCrosson In hand paid, Parker will
turn over to a corfMiratlou to be Incur
porateil under the laws of the Terrl
tory by charter 40 000 shares of the
capital stock of Kohnla Ditch Co ol
tho par value of $102,000 on thu haslt
of Its contemplated Increase of caidl.il
Izatlon to 1800,000, or In tho event
that snld capitalization shall not In
trease then to turn over 2S 100 shares
of the par value of $251,000. McCros
son on his part engages to turn over
to the same corporation r.2,000 shares
of the capital stock of llnwallan iVrl
gallon Co. of tho par value of $620 000
Parker and McCrosson ngree that
tho stock shall bq divided as follows:
To McCrosson, 60,100 shares of the
par valuo of $10 each, equal to $G0l,
000. To Parker, B9.000 shares, of $.199,000
Tho unissued shnrcs.of stock", 30,00"
shares of $300,000 pnr value, to re
main In the treasury for tho benefit of
Each of them shall out of their
shares of stock deposit with llenrj
WnterhoiiBo Trust Co. Ltd., to be re
tained by It for tho period of twentj
5 ears from and nftcr the death of
either party to the agreement by Par
ker 37,900 shares valued at $379,000.
and by McCrosson 38,100 shnres vnlued
ut' $381,000 the certificate or cer
tificates evidencing such shares to ho
endorsed with certain words, given
thovvlng them to have been Issued In
nccordanco with this agreement.
Out of the remit g Bhnres there
shall he placed with Henry Wntcrhouse
Trust Co. 900 shares which shall bo
held by it for the purimsp or palng
claims and obligations due from and
entered Into by Parker and McCrosson
In piomotlon of tho two ditch com
panics, and the remainder of (ho
shnres, (15,000, value or $050 000, shall
bo divided equally between Parkcv
iind McCrosson, provided that If these
9000 shares or any portion thereof
vhnll not within u reasonable tlmo, to
bo determined by Parker and McCros-
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS.
Kmtnn Hookano, who kept every
body within u mile of her home
awnko last night by the hideous jells
thnt emanated from her, tried to ex
plain to Judgo Andrndo thut she wns
only singing, but thnt excuse did not
work, and Km hnd to dig up flvo
hard-eurned plunks before sho wus
allowed to dopart.
J. Harrison, tho "touch" urllbt,
who wns caught red-handed jester
day, was up bororo Judgo Andrndo
this morning und was given tho rest
euro to tho tunc of 30 dus.
Cljdo W. Ouvln and Kleanor An
derson huve been charged by tho
husband of Kleanor with nn Illicit
lovo nlfnlr. It appears thut Noll
did washing for Civ do W nnd tho
Husband alleges that thero vvoro mo
ments when tho vvush tub was de
serted and amorous dulllanco indulg
ed in, ,
This Is denied by both tho Interest
ed parties, and tho enso was put
over till Tildny noxt.
Seventeen Chlneuo gamblers who
wero arrested jestcrdny woro up bo
foro the court this mornliig, hut ns
their uttornev, C. 1 Chllllngworth,
asked for n continuance, tho cases
wcro set over till August 13,
Tho liar Association banquet Is to
lip held Saturday oenlng, nllhough a
neteniilned effort was mndo In have
it postponed because of the fact that
Its date conflicted with u "ng affair"
ihat man of thu local barristers
wished to attend.
W & Westcott. mill engineer at
Piiuneiie, nrrlved on tho Claiidluo this
morning. Mr. Westcott mines to Ho
iinlulii fur inedUiil treatment, his now
hiving been Injured In a ruu.iwn)
1 , - i 4W v ' WytoMV
Five-bedroom house in ex
Very low rental to perma-.
Will also rent for summer
Bishop Trust Co.
A Hot Bath with
out having to hum
a lot of coal or wood h
aim needing yuur
kitchen hot for
several hours is a
luxury enjoyed by
persons who burn
Gas. The cost
of heating the water
by gas s not above
ALEXANDER TQUNO BLDOv
Expert work at moderate prices.
Bergitrom Music Co., Ltd.
Odd Fellows' Bide
OAT & MOSSMAN.
Laces and Embroideries S
They play four minuti on
the wonderful Edison Phono,
graph and reproduce the
world's best music, sone and
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Yount; Bldjr.
Bicycle shop and general repairinc
work. Specialty in nickle, silver .!
and jrold plated work. r
KINO, OPP. ALAPAI ST. j
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. - j
The Honolulu Christian Science
Society will hold services in Kruter
itltj hall, Odd fellows' building, on
nun unci nuiiuny, .vugusi 1.1, .MorU-
lug service on Sunday .it U o'clock,
and Wednesday evenings ut 8
o'clock. Tho rending room Is ojion
dally oxcept holldavs In tho sumo
l-nll from 10;30 n m to 12-30 p. m.
All nre welcome to Imth services and
leading looms. Ills.'.-Ol
"For bale" card) at Bulletin.
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