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T'.VKN'tNCl HULI.BTIN, HONOLULU. T II , mi DAY. JULY 22, 1910.
Plantation and Country Stores
BADGER'S EXTINGUISHERS and
CHEMICAL ENGINES, with a WATCH
MAN and WATCHMAN'S CLOCK should
be in every store.
This equipment will protect you from
fire. Extinguishers, Chemical Engines and
Watchman's Clocks for sale by
J. A. Gilmaii
Fort Street, Honolulu
Phone No. 50
READY TO TOW
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby, and upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
FORT SHAFTEIt NEWS
FIELD AND BARRACKS.
The Improved Tungsten Lamp
The trade mark that guarantees the highest standard
of quality in mctnl filament lamps.
Ecvjalj the STIRLING mark on silverware.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Compare them with ether brand of olives in the mar.
kct and you will bo instantly convinced of their supcri
orily. Sold by All Grooers
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Leave.Hawaii Fromootion Committee Headquarters
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY nnd FRIDAY 10:30 a. m., Falij 3 p. m.,
Moanalua or Punchbowl.
TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY 10:30 a. m., around
Diamond Head; 3 p. ra., Pali. '
SUNDAY 10:30 a. m., Pali: 3 p. m.. around Diamond Head.
CHARGE PER PASSENGER, $1
Cars can be hired for special occasions. For further particulars
Hawaii Promotion Committee
Honolulu Power Wagon Co., Owners, Office and Garage, South
Street Near Kintr
Evening Bulletin 75c Per Month
Companion K uml F fell In nt tho
parade ground ut X o'clock ycalorday
morning unit started on u practlco
hike. 1. 0111 paiiy F went up Moanulon
valley about thrco miles and there
gained tlio top of tho mountain alter
a severe climb. An hour's rest at the
uip ami mu return 10 cainp was mauc.
arriving a llttlo after dinner hour. I
Cnnipany I: negotiated Knlllil val
ley Tor llo miles, then tip tho moun
tain, Tills company was out all day,
arriving back at camp ut half-past
TIo Kurt Shatter batikclball team
was defeated Wednesday night by tho
V. M. C. A. players In tho playoff after
a tin gamo at the Y. M. C. A. gym. It
was an exciting contest and tho tciims
wcro evenly matched. A large crowd
was present to witness tho game und
to cheer the plijycrs on. Lieutenant
Chilton nnd Corporal Woodruff were
the star performers on tha' Fort Sliaf
tcr team. At tho end of tho ttrist half
the score stood 15 to 13, In favor of
tho Y. M. C. A. team, and then tho
Shatter bunch got togother and tied
tho score In tho second half by a
scqro or 13 to 11. Tho Y. M. C. A.
1)0)8 mado two points, winning the
playoff on Stewart's goal, In tho last
halt Uwlght went in us forward in
Marcalllno's place and Marcalllno ro
lloed Hooper as guard. Chilton und
Woodruff changed places on the Shaf
tcr team In tho second halt, and then
Klstler Joined tho gamo in Lenin's
place, ,whllo Marks continued to bold
down tho bench. The Y. M. C. A, fel
lows suld after tho gamo that the
Kurt Shatter team was a huid bunch
to bqat, and their bunch would have
to get at soma hard practicing If they
want to hold their own against tho
Fort Shatters In tho second gamo of
tho triple series, which Is to conio off
nt Fort Shaftcr Wvdnebday night,
The men of this battalion aro en
Joying themseles ovory evening In tho
bowling alleys since tho electric lights
liavo been fitted in. The bowling al
leys aro In very good condition now.
There have been somu vor good uv
urago scores mado in tho lust few
days, one man of this battalion mak
ing utr average, of 11)0, In tlnce games.
Tho swimming tank was cleaned
and rcllllcd last Wednesday afternoon.
Thoio Is always a good crowd n bath
ing from rcvelllo till dark, They have
a spring board uttached to one end of
the tunk and some of the inon do some
ery nice stunts off this boaid, Men
tenant Chilton can turn two somer
saults In tho air licforu striking tho
wutor by Jumping off the ' spring
board, Lieutenant Chilton Is detailed
In charge of the swimming drills, lie
will submit for approval u scheme of
Instructions, so urrauged us not to In
terfere with tho ordinary drills, and
he will albo submit a list if uames of
enlisted men ho deulies far itistiuct
ors In tho art of swimming,
The Fort Shuftor bubebtll team has
elected Oongol as captain of tho team.
Lleutcnunt liowcii Is still 'iiuuuger. ,
Tho busobiill team Is- bu"!c with Its old1
players again and the llrst game they '
played with the new Uuuiip they mi
Tho team gets Its regular practice ev-i
The following named enlisted men
Prometheus Engines Arc
Prepared For Trip To
The maclNnlsts completed their
work of making repairs to the mach
inery of the big United States Naval
Auxiliary Piometheiis jestcrdny
evening and this ni'jrnlng tho engines
were slowly tinned tnor as a prelim
inary to tho trial run which Is slated
to tako place commencing ut an early
hour timinriow morning.
Tho Prometheus will tako up tho
tow or the disabled United Statoj
cruiser Chattanooga tomorrow pro
vided her machinery Is found to bo all
right and nblo to withstand tho strain
or tho oyago to Mnre Islnnd.
It Is at present Intended that tha
Prometheus proceed outsldo tho har
bor nt daylight .tomorrow morning
and nrtcr a four or five, hours' crulso
In tho vicinity of tho Island, the col
lier wltl retain to tho entrance of
the hnrhor and there remain while tho
Cleveland with tho Chattanooga In
tow will bring the latter vessel with
in reach of the Proinetheus tow lines.
Tho threo naval vessels aro believ
ed will bo away for the coaBt shortly
after tho noon hour, If nil goes well
and there Is no further mishap.
A number of Jupincso woro pres
ent nt ouo of tho warehouses at tho
local custom house this mornlug and
bid In a lot ut unclaimed freight
which hail remained nt the storo
rooms for the allotted period pending
Its rcmowil Tiy tho shipper,
Tho merchandise was mostly mado
up of Japanese products coming to
this port by Oriental steamers. Con
siderable spirited bidding resulted
from the call, of tho auctioneer In put
ting up tubs 'of sake and other Asiatic
There were a number of sacks of
rice that went to, the man with the
R. C. Stncknhlc was In charge of
Every American citizen should eo
to the .polls and vote, Tuesday. Vote
No. -- , . , i
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PKI.NCK.SS HINK CIIICUS
Tho opening of tho Princess Itlnk
as a vaudeville and moving plcturo
house was deferred last night till this
evening on account of tho failure on
tho part of the contractors to com
plete the extensive alterations neces
sary to contort the popular amuse
ment place into what promises to bo
one of tho most comfortable amuse
ment resorts In Honolulu. Antonio's
miniature circus, mado up of an array
or trained dogs and monkeys, Is said
to be one or tho most marvelous an
imal shows or its kind that has uter
visited Honolulu, llesldcs Antonio
and his wonderfully trained dogs and
monkeys. Tyler, the marvelous root
equilibrist, will lorm part or tho pro
gram. Motion pictures from the latest
Dims will also be shown.
(Continued from Pace 1
Tho Xcalanrlla arrived at, Sydney
two or thii'o daH beforo tho, steam '
rr Mnktmi took her departure, rorl
Vancouver. Tho officers or tho latter
vessel pronounro tho nqw Zcalandl:i
as a splendid tjpj or passenger
The esel was built by John
Drown and Co., of Clydebank. Sho
pusrcd 101 Al ut Lloyd's, and Is
equipped In accordance with the.
Iloird of Trndo's requirements ns a
foielgu-golng passtngcr steamer. Her
dimensions are ns follow: I.eiiKli,
4IUft ; lucidth, olM,.; depth. 31ft.
Her tonnage Is about 700(1 gross reg
ister. Acommodntlon Is provided for
!0i first class passengers, 120 second
class piKsengcrs. and 1-0 third-class,
nn her crew numbers about 130.
The nrft class accommodation con
slsls of two-berth Ntnit three-berth
staterooms nnd public rooms, arrang
ed amidships on tho upper, shelter,
and promenade decks. The second
class accommodation Is aft on tho
upper nnd shrllcr decks. Tho dining
saloon occupies tho width of the ves-j
scl. and will seat Op portions. Tho
third-class accommodation Is forward,
on tho main upper, und shelter docks.'
There are four cargo holds. Tho ves
sel Is fitted with two sets of quadru
ple oxp.inslon engines on the Invert
ed direct-acting principle, designed
for n prcssuio of 2151b. steam, ap
plied by seven multitubular hollers,
arranged In one boiler-room, nnd
worked under forced draught. A
marked feature of the new vessel was
tho absence, of any perceptible vlbrn
Hon. Tho Kcainiidla is fitted with
WHITNEY & MARSH, N.
In KID, SILK and LINENS
from 15C UP
Begins Monday Morning,
Bishop Trust Company, Ltd.
STATEMENT Or CONDITION JUNE 30. 1010.
ASSKTS. I LIAI1IL1T1K3.
TIIK l'.lUK TIIKATKII
The rresh air entertainment garden,
otherwise tho Park Theater, Is filled
to overflowing cvory night in spite or
tho S. It. Q. sign that is hung out curly
In tho evening. Tho vaudovllluiiH ut
the Park are artists, In their respec
tive lines und pleasing to the audi
ence, llenco tha crowd. Tho opon
air feature Is u drawing card also.
People may sit In tho garden, watch
tho stunts, smoke a good clgur and lis
ten to the music or dunlin's orches
tra in perfect comfort.
THE KMl'IKE TIIEATEH.
The lino or pictures being shown ut
this theater please the largu audi
ences which fill the place every night.
One very pleasing picture seen there
lust night showed a young lady on a
trupozo In mld-ulr. Her act was a
good one and tho picture much en
joyed. Tho machlno at tho Kiuplro Is
u good ono. Theio is llttlo or no
Dicker and there Is no strain on tho
eyes. Thoro uro threo changes a week
and every change Is better than tl.o
one that precocded It.
Every American citizen should "0
to the polls and vote, Tuesday, Vote
It yru are doubtful about where
you vote on Tuesday, look It up to
day. Vote on Tuesday,
t: u u t :t it it u it it it t: it it a
who have been 'In the post hospital
liuVe been roportod fit for duty by tho
Post SurgoonJ Prlvutu Jo'iu I' Iluv
klnt, Troop D, Cth Cuvulry; Pilv.'t'i
John V, Coe', Troop A,,,'itli Cnulry
Soigeant James L. Graham, Troop Iv,
nth Cavalry, and Prlvnto Hurley I
Morton, Hand, 5th Cavalry.
(Continued from Page 1)
pleasing to tho sheriff. Some ot tho
mcn'B names aro Inconcctly spelled,
und several 6t them were convicted
on Hawaii und the records or their
trial aro not bore.
Humou Lope; called Iluymond
Lopes In the morning puper Is, ac
cording to tho polLc, well known,
nnd the reason lie Is in Jail Is that
he cut another man up who was pay
ing attention to u woman, He mado
no icmark about drink when tho caso
Ceorge Ferris, who Id seivlng a
tiro sentence tor murder, .claimed at
his. trial that ho committed tho act
In self defense. He did not claim!
he was drunk when he faced the
court nnd fought to save his neck.
Santiago Granada 1b a Mexican and
associated a lot with' Francisco Lo
pez, the notorious criminal, who es
cape! from Jail so often. Ho was
tried In llllo and sentenced for stab
bing another man. Jealousy wns tho
cause ut tho crime. According to
the police, Urauuda Is u bud actor
fiom away back.
Joso Ollvorlu Is In Jail on Recount
or his Jealous disposition. He saw
his girl claming with another man
and he at onco piocecded to use u
knife. Ho was tried in llllo and
did not say that It was drink that
made him stub the othor man.
John Hernandez wns u stool plg-1
con for the llllo police, und a gen
eral bad actor, according to the po
lice. Ho got eight yeais for bur
glary, and had ono more year added
for contempt of court. Ho did not
claim that ho was drunk when
charged with tho crime.
Autone Lopez was tried nnd sen
tenced nt llllo. He committed lob
bory and ut tho tlmo ut his trlul did
not claim that ho was diunk. He
had some other defense In the way
or an alibi.
Francisco Cntrlo not Castro, -us
tho morning sheet has It Ja u scv
cral-tlmcs-ionvlcted criminal. Ac
cording to bis record hu Is one or
tho crying sort who work every pos".
Bible dodge to get out of Jail beforo
ho has solved his full sontenco. Ho
turns lellglous at times und will
curry fuvor in uuy old way thut lw
thinks may aid him. Ho Is In for
burglary now, und at Ills trial did
not suy that ho was drunk nt the
lime ho committed tha crlmo.
Aiiakul Kalull, who claims that lie
was drunk when he broke Into a
saloon und stole u dozen bottles ot
boozo, is not telling the truth, ac
cording to the police, The man
robbed the saloon while ho was per
fectly sober nnd very dry also. Whut
he did subsequently wus to go to
sleep mid bo captured by .the police.
Ignace FruguB'ls" from one of the
other Islands, amf ho admits holding
up and robbing a man of 364, As
he wants to get as easy a tlmo as
possible whle In Jail, ho claims that
he was diunk when he committed
the cilme. Ills statement Is proba
bly as true us tho rest of the bunch
who IniMi liluineil llnuur for every
Cash on hand nnd In
hank t S2,t64 CC
Stocks : 8,730 bl
Loans secured by niort-
' gage on renl estate It, 40 1 00
Loans Demand and
tlmo 42,135 96
Furniture and fixtuics.. 9,636 C6
Heal estato Ofilco build
ing and site 26,086 Gil
Accrued Interest rocolv-
ablo , 437 53
AssctB othor than those (
specified uliovo 3,112 44
Subscribed.. .J100, 000
Paid in $ .07,000 00
liability... 32,500 ' ,
Undivided profits ...... 26,899 27
Tiust nnd agency bal
ances , 92,929 02
City and County of Honolulu, Territory of Hnwall.
I, Allen V. T. Uottooiley, Secretary of tho lllshop Trust Company,
Limited, do solemnly swear that the above statement 'Is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief,
ALLHN W. T. IIOTTOMLKV.
Subscribed and swum lo beforo mo this 30th day of Juno, 1910.
J. HAillllS MACKUNKIK,
Notnry Public, First Judlclnl Circuit.
4050 July 1, 8, in. 22.
Make your Plans to Vote next Tiini
day. Don't Evade the Issue Vote No,
ENLI8TED MAN BLOWS
RECEIVING SHIP'S GAFE
Large Sum Secured by Expert Wlt'i
, 1,603 Seaman Aboard Vessel at
NORFOLK tVa ). July 9. Thoro Is
nn expert safe cracker on board tho
United States receiving ship iTiink
lln, It tho statement of Lieutenant-
Commander Chudwlck of that ship Is
true Ho doclnred Hint (ho safe In
tho pay office was rraeked on Thurs
day night and a largo sum nt money
stolen. Lieutenant Commander Chad-
wick Bays tho nmoiint was not hb
inucn as jii.&uu as ursi ropwrii-u imi
ho declined to say how much was
'Tho question Is." said Lieutenant-
Commander, Chadwlck, "who Is the
safo cracker?, Thero aro 1.028 jnoji
on this ship nnd there Is no doubt
ono of that number la the guilty man
Up In this time, however, no have
absolutely no clew to work on nnd
no nrresis havo been ' made,"
The Investigation that will follow
tho robbery Is expected to cause i
distinct sensation in naval circles.
Just how or why it safo on board tho
Franklin could bo robbed with over
1,600 men on board and pvor 2,000
men on shore within a stono's1 throw
or the ship without nny ono bolug
the wiser Is n mystery thut tho Navy
Dcpaitincnt will try hold to solvo. '
ir you are rJ:ubtful about whefo
you vote on Tuesday, look It up to
day, Vo(e or, Tuesday,
Mamma-"Tako this bottlo tn the
drug stoio and get u dliuo's worth ot
Llttlo Klnier "About how iiwect do
you want It, mnnimuT" J
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the name of
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