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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II , TUESDAY, SEPT. 20, 1010.
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TUESDAY!. ML, . -. i'l'jj
WEDNESDAYf V. ) .
THURBDAYt VFT2I I. 1 '
Friday: .isfr'V 'ifU
BATURDAYl -v.. ill J'
All visiting member ot tn
Order am cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at X. P. Hall
7:30 'P. -Jf;
MARINE ENGINEERS' fSZTl
tntriVIM.An-'MAilW. ciationt cor
dklly invited. .
HARMONY LODQE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. P. Hall, rort Street
- . E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
1 . II. K. McCOY, Noblo Grand.
jAll visiting-brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, X. of P.
MM P eflleLeSir
It biteetn every Bret and third Frl
Hav evenlnr at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall.
JEorcer Fort and Boretanla. Visiting
. brothers cordially lnylted to attend
I ?tfi WM. JONE8. a O. ,
O. F. HEINE, K. It. S.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M
I "Meeta every first and third Thurs
Hays of each month at Knights of
i f Tythlaa Hall. Visiting bromera cor
! finally Invited to attend.
f W A. L. EAKIN, Bachem,
E. V. TODD, C. ot It.
r HONOLULU AEEIE, 140, F. 0. E.
I Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEQ-
NESDAY evenings of each month at
; ,7i30 o'clock In If. of P. Hall, corner
I Tiarntanla anil Fort streets.
t Visiting Eagles ore Invited to at
r W. It. IllLEt. W. P.
1 WM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODQE, 010, D, P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIO, n. P. 0.
Klks. meets In their ball, on King
Btreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAB. D. DOUOHERIY, E IL
GEO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec.
' MTU. McKJNLEy: LODQE, NO. 8,
i M,eet. every 2nd and 4th Saturday
e,v'ulng'at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
ITall, cor, Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
end. ; H. A. tayi nn. 0. 0.
i w A. JACOliaON. K. It. S.
v Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
tc manufactured by the Bulletin
Tinier Island and p. It & L Shipping
.Look" for, salp at tho 11 U 1 1 o 1 1 u
office. tOo each.
7 ) A)
The Verdict of America -!
1910 Glidden Tour
Delivery on Schedule.
Says He Doesn't Care If
Russians Arc Not
A. Perelstrous, tho promoter of
tho Russian Immigration scheme,
which voh undertaken tinder tha
money derived from the special In
come tax passed li) tha last. Leglsla
ture, declared this morning that lie
Is awaiting tho announcement or
some definite attitude, by the Tcrrl
torlal government In rcganf to the
Importation of more citizens from the
realms ot the Cznr.
I'erclstrous states that ho Is not
particularly interested In lmmlgra
tlon schemes, but will wait for a
little while longer, lie states that
the Ru&slans now on tho Coast are
anxious to return and find that they
can not do ns well on tho Const ax
they can In Hawaii.
The Russian Immigration promo
ter U'l"ks that tho United Stntes
government Is going to absurd
lengths In palng further attention
Architect Whitfield Is Here
and Is Pleased With
King Sstrcet Site.
Henry Whitfield of New York, the
nrchltect who will design tho build
ing for tho Library of Hawaii, on
King street, adjoining tho Cnpltol
grounds, arrived on tho Siberia nnd
wns a guest of Governor 1'rear at
luncheon today, the trustees of tho
Library of Hawaii also being present.
Mr. Whitfield has looked over the
site for tho now library and states
that he believes It admirably adapt
ed for the croctlon of a modern li
brary building, nndvremarked par
ticularly Uon Its proximity to mo
business section and at the same tlmo
being far enough away not to bo
dlsturbell by the noise of tratllc.
The plans for the building will
be discussed hy Mr. Whitfield with
tho Oovernor and the trustees of tho
library. Whitfield has had largo
experience In tho designing of li
braries and plans to give Honolulu n
Ktrnptiirn tn inept, tho hiahest de
mands of architectural effectiveness
MILLIONAIRES IN STEERAGE
Atlantic Liners Are So, Crnndid that
Cabin IWugo Cannot He itiul. .
NEW YOItK, Sopt. 2. A million
aire In tho stcerngo Is as funny ns a
Crutch to the millionaire. But It has
come lo pass. The homoward rush
of European loiirlstn has boon fo great
that tho big Atlanllo liners havo been
unablo tn meet ,tho clamorous do
ipands for cabins do luxe. They havo
, even boen unable lo satisfy tho calls
fi r second class cabins As n result
the lust two liners huvo carried mil
llimalrei In the sleerago Tho lull
llonalKs could havo bought nn en Mm
1 deck full of cabins on the way to
Europo, but the) couldn't buy bunks
In the smoker on the way buck. It Ir
pitlmated Hint there nro IGflOO rich
Aiiicilnin tourists In Eirnp today
who n ru unable In get first class cab
liia for the return voyage.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet told by the Bulle
tin for a nickel is twice as large
as the tablet usually told for this
Autos, 14 per hour, Lewis Stables.
Bethel Stiiet Hack Stnnd I'lioni
It goos without siylng that ovcry
thing Is Best at Tho Encoro.
Tho Anchor Saloon Is now n rurlo
museum worth seeing Don't forget.
Tho heavy rains havo prevented
any of tho tenuis men getting much
prnctlPo during tho afternoons lately.
Pay cash and ask for green stamps.
Tboy'ro free. Call nt tho show rooms
and .see what you get freo for
May Button easily took tho B'alo
chnniplonRhlp from her slater, Flor
ence, nnd tho two sets played vent
0 0, C2.
Theio had been u great son running
at Wnlklkl lately, and the surfboard
riders hud n flno time ot It on thQ
For dlstlllod water, Hire's Boot
neor and all other nonular drinks
Ilinc mi Phono 2171. Consolidated
Thoro Is a quality about the Pacific
Wagon Palut lint found In any other
paint for n similar purpose Ask
lowers U Cooko, Ltd , about tho ad
vantages of this paint.
You can open u stiWugs account
with us- nnd have your deposits pro
tected by our entlro capital and mir
iWus, over n million dollars viiat
better Investment will )ou llnd? Bunk
of Hawaii, Ltd
Tho llnwnllaii News Co, Ltd, AIox
nnder Young Building, hnvn it largo
slock of Exerclso or Composition
books nnd they nro prepared to fur
nish this necessary school supply In
large or small nuuntltleH
Threo tippling tanks nero run in
last night, nnd the consciiuonco -was
that thu trio looked very sick and
snrr this morning when Jmlgo An
dindo presented them with n packigo
that 'mean $4 each to pnV.
,( By getting twenty two gimes
against flrnrgo Jnnes' (en, Movlljo
Ijiik shnncdthow much 10 has Im
proved at tennis' In tho chnllengo
rounds of tho Cnllfornlen State, (cham
pionship, Long's scoro by sots was
C2, 40, 01, CI.
SALVATION ARMY FESTIVAL.
The annual harvest festival of the
Salvation Army In the United States
Is set for tho dates ot September 24
This special celebration Is Intend
ed to bring to the front the reeling
of thnnksgivlng to God for material
blessings received, hy gifts to ex
tend and support the wok of the
Salvation Army. Jesus said, "The
poor havo yo always with nu" mid
experience proves dally the truth of
the utterance, ,
Tho local corps' officer has been
handicapped for ropin tlmo past by
lack of an assisting coips' offleor,
but Is anxious to do her sharo at
the harvest festival as noarly as
usual ns possible.
Ho the Silvatlon Aimy asks ot the
kindl)-wlshlng public, if nnjono Is
not called upon personally, to son I
their donation by mall to the Salva
tion Army, lilt; llolcl street, city.
or to band your donation ror mis
harest thntiksgivlne; effort to somo
uniformed member of tho army,
Thera will bo a sn)c of gifts 111 the
early part of October, nt ho nrmy
ball, nlso-speclul harvest celebrations
In (harnctciistic costumes.
Now wutch tho purarfraphers play
on Dew getting the drop on Crippen.
'I bote new sklits may hobble the
Amerluin women, but lint lor long
Kansas Clly Slur
Wu nmer for a liniment Iniuglne
Ihut we nro barely tolerated by our
if it's builj by
Two Sizes "30" and "Forty"
Seleoticm of dates in order of sale ,
- 0'H1TjJew ,,nonJ
City Transfor Co.
PUIISEII CHAIILES TIlOHNi: ded
recently In California after nn Illness
of several months Cliurllo hud trav
eled across tho Pnclllc fur about ton
years as freight clerk and Inter as
purser of tho Asia, being first In that
ship when sho flow thu house ling of
the Occidental ui)d Oriental t'ompniiy
and was known,, ni tho Doric under
command of. Captain Harry Smith, nun
of thu most popular men who evor
trod tho deck ot a piisneiigcr stenmer,
and who Is injiw in loinmnnd of one
of tho turgor summers of the White
Star lino on tho Atlantic, Purser
Thoruu mnde hlsMast trip on tho Asm
seerul months, qgo, passing through
Honolulu tn April for Sail Francisco.
Ho as 111 prnclrnly nil of tho tlmo
of tho trip fromllongkong nnd wns
able to it In tho saloon but a fi w
times during tho entire trip. Mr
Thornq was succeeded In tho purser's
uibln pf the Asln by I'relglit Clerk
Hunt, who is now on his sicond trip
In Hint cap.icltj
CAPTAIN SANDEItS. of tho schoon
er D.tvld Euns, which vessel hns
boon sclztd bv tho IVdcrnl nulhuri
ties nn n romphilni. of n sailor who
clnlmed that Cuptnlu Sanders struck
lilm onr the hend with n pair ot
linncluiffH, tells his side ot the affair
Captain Snndcrs states that the Bail
or first assaulted him and that hn
Rtruck the sailor In self defense An
tho vessel bus been libelled for $1000
damages by Sillor .Allen, tho case
will bu heard In court.
SEVERAL Km:iOHTi:riS from At
lanlle coustMirn are duo in Honolulu
nnd are likely fo npcnr any da)
now. There; nro tho Drlftnh sleimrrs
MasnrMu 'and 'tganda out from Now
lort Nown with coal for tho navy, I ho
former being slxty-thico mid the hit
tcr sixty eight days nut from tho At
lantlc "Coast mit today.
CAPTAIN FIlEEMAN took the. Mil
una Ken nut of tho hurlvir Mils mom
Ing on I ho regular trip In Maul and
Hawaii jKirts. Tho Mnunn Kea had a
full cargo and a largo number ot pas
scngers Including sovernl Honolulu
business men making business trips
to other Islands.
THE FRENCH steamship Admiral
Hamellii has arrived at Sin rranclsco
from tho Oilent illrecU villi a enrgo
of .1000 tmia of nicrLliaiidlso. This
vesBtl will sail again foi tho Oilent
from tho const J hit tomorrow, Scp-
icmtior .1, and may cnll at Honolulu,
THE CHINA, dim hero on (ho 27lh
will present a different appeal oncp
from iisuil. The yards hae boon io
moved from thn foro and main in ists.
This arrival ir the China will ho tho
oufwnnl half of (bo ninety ninth riuu'd
trip or tho vessel to (ho Orient
THE aiEltllA will deillirt for tha
Coast tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock
Theiu Is n fairly good list of passen
gers and unite n quantity nt frlglit
has been leaded into tho lesiel.
THE A.-H. freighter Plelndos In nn
route from San rrnucjsro to Sallni
Cruz with a eargo of New York and
STEAMER KINAU Is another Ball
lug this afternoon u live o'clock. The
Kluiiii loaves, for pints of Kauai over
the usiiul loutn.
Till; M'KAIIALA sails Ibis after
noon ul Iho o'tliitk fur Maul mid Mo
lokul ports with the usual general
j'rtssfAlf&l.1sTsir'ii1JlT1-' riMtiirarl.tiM TifaiiitV 4, nkm i AiMiVyaitf' - .M..A".. . ,:-,,,. ,. '
CHALMERS it's, but right"
Num1)Cr -will lie
(Jas. II. Love)
THE TOHPEDO flotilla, conslnllng
of tho Ijiwrcncp. Stswart, WhlppU',
Hull, Paul Jones, Preble ltow.in, Pop
ry, Truxton and Gnldsborough, which
hmo boon anchored In Han Francisco
bay for some tlmo have guno down
tho California const. Tho flotilla x
poets tn bo sent on to Contra) Amc
rlca where conditions nro nnt as
peaceful ns might he,
PAltllOT & CO. yesterday In tho
United States District Court libeled
tho Diltlrh birk Dollindnin, n recent
arrival from Rotterdam, tor $1902.
Tho eomplalnnnts allege that a cargo
of steel plates and cement, consigned
in innni wan iinmngeii io me amount
sued for. S. V Chronicle, Sept. )2.
WHILE LOADING lumber nt a
Columbia river port Into thn Japan
one fi lighter Olnru Maru, a Ihrgo
timber, ll14 Inches squiro mi( 40
feet long, shipped . from tho deirlck
nml striking tho dock of tho ship. end
on went through the deck ns though
iho lnltor wero nn egg, shell.
AT . SAN rilANCISCO ipcontly
tlieie wan held an miction of jiurk
composed ot old mnchliury used at
tho Paiiamn Canal vtmk b tho
French cmstriictois. There wns over
Mil tons of It Oilier shipments from
tho samo sourco wore Font to Now
York and Seattle,
THE SIEIIRA was delayed nvor
two hours nt San Knnclsco on tho
Inst nailing day from that port on no
count of the Eastern malls not got
ting In on time. A matter of ihreo or
four hours does not seem to effect
the Sierra In Iho least, Sho comos
In on time regnrdlss.
THE BAIIK OraMicad, ono of tho
Inst of the" -whalers In thn business
Is on her way to tho homo port 'with
1180 bir-rts of nil This Is consld
ei ed nt exceptionally good cl..cii ninl
will iiiiko q'ulto il bit ol money for
THE U S GUNBOAT Bennington
has lit on ordered sold by the govern
ment. Since tho explosion on tho
Bennington In San Diego harbor In
July, 1110, tho gunboat has Rfen but
little sorvlee. Sho Is now considered
THE IIILONIAN Is now cnroulo to
Illlo from tho Coast. She has a fair
ly good sized cargo and a number of
THE A.-H. freighter Ariznnan is at
pit'sent In fian Francisco harbor, ills
e lunging fi eight hiougbt fiom Sallna
THE CORNER STONE
On the afternoon of September 1
Secretary of War Jacob Dickinson
laid tho cornerstone of the new iiotel
In Manila, In tho presence of a largo
number of spectators.
The new hostelry will be built ot
rolnfoiced concrete no the made land
near the hay, and will tost J'.TiO.OUl)
It Is being built by a" sfo'ii com,
pany, but most of the Block is held
In small lots b) the general public,
us theio was no one In the hotel
business who cured to Invest thn
amount iiereHsary to (niistriiit n
modern hotel In Manila,
It Is planned to have the Iiotel
ready for otcupancy In about a year.
Dealers in Motor Gars
ttT TV - ' I
According to recent advices from
Manila, tho North Dernmii Lloyd
Company plans to make Manila' a
port of cnll for Ha Asiatic service,
both outwnrd and homeward, be
tween tho ports of Hongkong nnd
Thq travel to Europo Is especially
heavy for three or four months dur
ing the spring nnd at that time all
accommodations on tho liners of the
German Llovd are taken for weeks
and sometimes months In advance.'
Under the arrangements In the
past passengers desiring to mnka the
trip to th United States via this
lino had to go to Hongkong hy local
vessels and there embark on the rcg
iilur liners for Bremen.
An offlclnl high In tho company te
rontly was In Manila looking over
the situation from a business stand
point, and It Is understood that he
will nppmve of s!ho proposed plan
Willi the German liners calling at
Manila, which Is really hut n few
hours out of the courso between
Hongkong and Singapore, tho other
large lines liko the P. & U. and
French Mnll will doubtless follow
suit, thus giving Manila large
steamers regularly to Hongkong as
well ns to Singapore.
Chinese and Wife Have Very
Narrow Escape From
Seemingly by n miracle Yan Jan
Yang and his wlfo were snvel from
.t terrible death last night. It ap
pears flint Iho pnlr had retired to rest
and Just before tho man. went to
shop he noticed thq, smell of burning
matches Ho got out, of lied and
started to search for tho fire; after
some tlmo bis wife, who had, joined
In the bunt, discovered tho cause of
the odori Under the bonne, and ill.
recliy beneath the bod of tho Iioiibo
holders, was found n cunning trap
that was Intended to blow the man
aniL.womnn to pieces.
Two slicks ot giant iowrler lay
hend to bond, and, between, was
u block of ordinary cheap matches
such nn are used by the lKxirer class
es Tho matches wero placed so that
they almost touched the. fuses of the
giant powdor sticks. Tho matches
had been Ignited in somo way and
then, burning fierce); for a minute or
so, had by Iho smell, attracted the
attention ot the Chlueso who was.
composing inniseir to sleep abovo,
By somo means or other the flame
did not reach tho fuses and to that
fact only can be attributed (he fuel
Hint the man and his wife wero not
blown to bits. Chief McDuftla is on
(ho trail of a former employe of the
Chinese, who used at one llmo to
work at tho pol factory whero the
crime was attempted last night
WANTS SQUARE DEAL
Tnlklng lo ono of the Manila il.ill
Us. A. F Thuier siys that tho only
tiling llin CJlamba Eslute Company
wuuis iroiu mo newspapers Is n
milium deal Mr. Tliajor ends nalvly,
"I used to bu u tieuspupei man myself
voii know, before I came to Iho Philip
1 .i '
ON PAQE EIGHT.
Tuesday, Sept. 20. ?j
Stmr.(Mauna Kea, for Maul and
Huwoil fxirtB, 10 -a. m,
Btinr. Klnau, Gregory, for KAlialuS
P. in. '
Stmr. Mlkahnln, Pltlz, for Molokal
and Maul ports, (J p. in,
K IK. FonwoN. ("jonTlKi t
Tuesday, Sept, 20. -SAN
FRANCISCO Arrived, Sept. 20:
C a. m, S. 8. Wllhelmlnt hence.
' Sept. 14. f
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Sept. 20: 1
it. m, 8. 8. China, for Honolulu.
Monday Sept. 19. '
PORT TOWNSEND Balled Sept. 15:
Bk. S. C. Allen, for Honolulu:
PUGET SOUND Arrived Bept. 10:
S. 8. Ncvndiui, from San Francisco.
GRAY8 HARBOR Sailed Sept.' 17:
Schr. Defender, fo; Honolulu,
FORT GRAY Sailed Sfipt. 17: Schr.
Philippine, for-, Honolulu. .
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 18:
8. 8. Ilyades, from Illlo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept,' 19.
noon: B, 8, Mnnchurja,. hence Sept.
Hll.O-Snlled Sept. 14: Bktne. Benl
cla, for Pugct Sound. ' ' . ''
HILO 8alled 8ept. it:
sit, for Redondo.
HILO-Arrlvcd Sept. 14:
Znne, from Honolulu,
Per stmr. Mlkabala, Tullott, for Mo
lokal and Maul Kirts C II. Cooke.
8. Kekuewa and wife. Mrs. Buchanan
and child, Mrs. P. J. Monahan and
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS-Oahii. B'ly
side Pearl Harbor. Pookala Point
Beacon, IB,' wad permanently dlscon
tlnued, September 18, in the courso
of dredging In Its immediate vicin
ity. List of Lights, Buoys v and Day
marks, 12th Snbdlstrlct, 1909. p. 18.
'Continued on. Pare
committees are In session tbday at
ltepiibllcanJieadqunrterd In the Judd
building. The naming; of, executive
heads is to be considered. When
the members of tho Vourth met thero
were not enough for a quorum, and
the meeting was 'postponed, until 4
o'clock this afternoon. fhe Fifth
rwent into executive session shortly
after 1 o'clock. i
ON BUSINESS TRIP
James D. Dougherty waabne of (he
passengers sailing for Hawaii on thu
I Mnunn Kea this morning.
Mr. Dougherty goes to Hawaii and
other Islands on a business trip ot
severs months and K thaMJnie will
visit ine principal "plantations in the
Intorcits of' H.i P. Wlchmarn.ftiConi
puny, the Fort street jeweler's. i
., . ''
Chief McDufno aiid two nf his men
left for Walpahu at two o'clock this
uftornnoii In search of a young". Chi
nese glil, who Ik nccused of having
stolen sovoral gold bracelets.aud oili
er Jewelry from hur father. The girl
Is said to be Infatuated with a. Chi
nese uctor, and the Utter was taken
to the police station for Investigation.