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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, APR. 15, 1911
Itavtuli.in I'lrst Ileum1.
Hon' Croix .Miuiinly Thtii's
ltno Croli llmlcr Srr
vices, lu ii. in.
All visiting memberi of tkt
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodgci
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0t a,.o
WEHEFIC1AL A?Sa:iATlOH- ciation, cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBS, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
iays of each month at Knights of
Pythlai Kali. Visiting brothers cor
Ully invltnl to attend
21. FOSTER, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of n.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, '. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
t 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hull, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
"Visiting Eagles ere Invited to at
tend. riKo. a davis w. r.
V.t. C McCOY. Sec.
HONOLULU LODOE, GIG. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. BIG, B. P. O.
Elks, meets In tbelr hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Drotheru are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, B. R.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Bee.
WM. KcKINLEY LODOE. NO. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and lleretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially lnvilea to at
tend. F. F. KILHEY, C. C.
E. A. JACOIISON, IC. It. S.
AND YOUR ROOF TROUBLCS
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177 SOUTH KING STREET
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Hotel St., opp. Young Tel. 30831
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venient and economical arrange
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2185- Ilitllotlu Iluslnebt Ofiico
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin telephone numbers
have not been changed with the loca
tion of the paper. They remain the
same at printed In the telephone direc
tory Duslnesi office, 2256 editorial
Autos, $4 per hour, Lewis Stables.
It goes without saying that every
thing Ib Host at The Encore.
New ntnck of big nliklo tablets for
sale at the 11 n 1 1 c 1 1 ii office.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., havo a tine
lino of Hauler cards from 2 for 5 cents
to 50 cents each, Don't mlsa seeing
Pay cash and aslc for green stamps.
Thcy'ro frco. Call at the show rooms
and boo what you got irco for
MISS ETHEL EDWARDS returned
this morning from tbo count, whero
she has been fortlio past year.
MRS. WM. 1IATTEKSIIY was re
moved to ()ueen'H Hospital yesterday
evening an account of it sudden nt
tnch of iippenillcltls.
1 N. UANDALL. it cartoonist and
artist of San Francisco, was an ar
rival by tbp Sierra this morning. Ho
Intends spending mi extended vaca
tion in Hawaii.
MAJOR CAMPJIELL, who Is con
nected with the army forces stationed
here, has leased the V. , W. Hall
homestead on Nuuantt street.
MISS ELLEN LYMAN, of Illlo, do
parted in the Honolulu!! for tho coast,
where slio will spend a long vacation.
MISS MAHCAUET LISHMAN Is
visiting with Mr. and Mrs, John IIobh
ut Haltalau on Hawaii.
MIL AND MHS. II. F. DILLINfi
II AM mo spending a few days at
Olaa, after which they will miiko a
trip to I'aiiuliau, going over the lino
of the Ilutunkua extension.
' MIL AND MI1S. It. .1. PRATT aro
on the Island of Hawnll. .Mr. I'ratt is
making an Inspection of the rubber
piopertles on that island.
HX-HOVERNOIl CARTER, whllo
on Hawaii, made a thorough Inspec
tion of tbo llrcwcr & Co. plantations
on that island.
REPRESENTATIVE TAVAUES of
Maui, wlio has been visiting with his
lanilly at ills homo at Makaw.in, re
turned this morning in tho Mauna
"Tho Holy Trinity." a brace of An
gels or Commerce, In tho persons .if
T .II. Denton, C. A. Ilnms and .T: J.
Sullivan, arc arrivals by tho Sierra
tins morning on one of their periodical
tours of tho It-lands In tho Interests
of tho several roast business bouses.
The trio always travel together and
Its ccitaliily an alert order that over
escapes capture after this bunch com
plcto their missionary tour.
Joseph Fredericks, a prominent ca
pitalist of Sun Francisco toegthor
with Mrs. Fredericks and a chauf
feur, also Mrs. .1. Olcrfayt and Mrs,
Shay, are a party who will attempt to
io ino isiatui netween tho arrival
and departure of tho Sierra. Mr.
Fredericks brought bis nlncty-horso
lKiwer Lozler car with mm. They
will visit nil tho principal places of
interest ilurlng their brier stay.
Herman Fockc, with Hoffschlacger
and company lias letiirncdjrom a trip
mar carped linn to liormany.
O. A. (lastnn and William do Kraft
aro on n lour of the world and make
Honolulu their first stopping place.
'l licit- stay lu tliu Inlands is iiulcilnito.
I'. E. Holt, the ruinous StockUm
Callforuia harvester manufacturer,
whoso machinery Is seen In all por
tions of tbo civilized globo, together
wllh Mid. Benjamin Holt and Mrs.
C. S. Holt, arc visitors to the. city by
tho Sierra. The Holt harvester works
Is one of tho largest Institutions of Its
kind In (ho United States. Tho Holts
have an linmcnso plant ut Stockton
with other fuclorles lu tbo Eastorn
SlatoB as well. Tbo latest product
fiom this concern Is what Is known
as a "cutcrplllor," a innchliio ut,ed fur
I tho purposo of drawing hc.ivy loiuhi
across horctofeio InipasBUblo'sticteli
c of country. The cutorplllor is cap
able of hauling wagons and carls In
' tamipiii iliiougli mud. or desert sands,
It i . operated by means of endless
i chains or belts. It will haul Immonso
, w ik - and Is operated by gnsollno
eniiiinK the machinery all being con
Htrnctcd at tho Unit workB. Tho
Hut manufacture tho largest harvest
ing machinery somo or Hielr apparatus
being hauled by thirty horses.
John Lennox, manager of Sachs and
company is hack from a business tour
r the mainland. Whllo away ho vis
ited the Eastern commercial ccnlora.
T II Ilentou, whllo a commercial
traveler, waB at ono tlmo a crack
shot with tho pistol. Ills fuino t-x-Ipndod
from oconn to oconn and Bon
ton partlclpaled in many a touruu-
no is making Ills 27th trip 1 1
Sovcrnl theatrical porfinners havo
iruvuii nun win open in inn piayj
nouses oporntoii i.,- iiio i-icil tbcutrl
S. IllchiinlRi'ii a Itlveruldo Culirnr-.
pin liolej man, wun an iinlvnl lu Iho
Slerni this iiioinlug. He Is aecom-iiinle-l
by MrB. Illehardsoii and will
lay a visit to Iho several Island a'
raetlons. Mrs Jnmes Wilder was among Iho
returning knmoalnas who arrived lu
II Rollins," n well known horseman
nml denier along tho ro.-ut Is down
horo on .i bufllues mission that will
tnke several wcoks to comploto.
Tho Itusscl tro will tako up work
with ono of tho local theatres.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Lovo)
ADDITIONS TO MACHINERY;
Oceanic Liner and Matson Steamer Lurlinc, Arc Arrivals
From the Coast Mauna Kea Delayed Through Break
down of Railway Engine Thetis Prepared for Sea
Busy Day Along Honolulu Water Side.
It was only a very small 'crack Unit I In transit there Is ir,n tons freight
was displayed by (ho uncovering of;
the big steel shaft, (lint nerves In as
sist In the propelling of tho oceanic
steamship Sierra at fast clip through
tho water, but Ihcfrncliirc was sum
rlent to warrant tho leplaclng or llils
Impnrlaut part ot her machinery by a
Tho Sierra went Into drydoek dnr
Iim; her brief stay at San Francisco.
While there tho vessel was cleaned
and repainted. Tho machinery was
given a thorough overhauling and Hm
substitution of a now shaft' has aga!i
placed the popular vessel In tho fltst
clai-s nB far as speed In concerned.
Heroic Iho biiii appeared over the
hills this morning, the Sierra lay at
the quarantine grounds awaiting Iho
,vlsit from Federal medical olllocrs,
Immigration and cusloms otllcors.
Tho Oceanic boat came to the Ocea
nic wliaif and nl least two new races
were noted In her compliment or otn
cers. Theo. E. Vlvlsnn, wireless opop
alor In Iho Pnclllc Mull steamer ''Ko
rea has exchanged positions with
William Anderson, the erstwhile op
erator wllh tho Sierra. Anderson will
make his llrst trip wllh tho Korea and
Is ilno to nirlvo here on April 21lh
from San Francisco.
E. J. Preston Is now third ofllror
In tho Sierra In placo or I). E. Austin,
who has gone Into tho coastwise ser
vice. Preston was for somo years
ago with the Oceanic company and 1s
no Ht ranger to Honolulu shipping fr.i
tcrnity,. "Wo made tho trip rrom this srt
to-San Francisco lu five days and elev
en hours." stntcd Purser Tom Smith
this morning. "Wo arrived at ono
o'clock In tliu nlornlng though we did
not reach the wharf until after day
light and bad been passed by tho doc
Dr. (1, W. Clark, surgeon In tho
Sierra, arrived hero thin morning.
much under tho weather. Ho was tuk
on III beforo tho vessel had reached
San Francisco and during tho slay of
tho vessel lit that port, was compel!
cd to remain lu bis apailnieuts. Ho
Ih somo belter but is still n sufferer
from a wore attack of grlpiic.
"Tho cholera scaro is playing tbo
very duco with travel to Hawaii, so
dcclnrcs one officer. "Wo could have
easily brought one hundred and fifty
cabin passengers Instead or soventy
soven, had tho people realized that
thoro was no real dangor rrom Infec
tion down hero."
Tho- Siena o dicers state that n
largo number of Eastern tourists aro
finding their way un from Southern
California. Many of tlicso people aro
earnest Inquliers about Hawaii. They
would llko to como down here hut aro
very much afraid aflor reading tho
nlarmiug reports that nip daily pub
llshoil nlnug tho coast concerning tho
epidemic of diseases alleged as rag
ing In the Islands.
The Sierra brought 77 cibln, 13
stcerago passengers. Tho freight Is
rated as tho, largest Unit has been
brought down In many months', name
ly 3239 tons. A mainland mall or 2ir.
sacks was rerelved at an oaily hour.
In tho cargo aio several autos. one a
ninety horse piwor mnr-hlno belong
ing lo n paily or wealthy loutlsts.
Tho Sierra Is lu quarantine lu that
but live or her saloon nfllccrs aro por
lulllcd to come aslioro, and tlicso are
reipihed to bo aboard Iho vessel after
nlghirull. Tho steamer has hut four
days to discharge her very largo gen
oral cargo. It will require consider
able hustling upon tho part or Iho
stqvedores but tho Job will bo com
pleted on limo to pcrmll iho steamer
to ilopnrt on regular schcdiilo at ton
o.'clock Wednesday morning.
Tho Storm Is to carry a good sl7od
crowd to Iho coast Including a full
quota In tbO ' steerage
Lurllne Brought Light Cnruo.
Tho Matson Navlg-illon rt-iimm'
Lurliuo wllh a rn'd'-r l'elil ginm-sl
cargo was no early urrhid l I tttl:
fclrt wharf Ihlii morning, Tlio vessel
nmilo fair llnn down fri-in p nl Kr.m
clrco, cspoitenceil fine wen'her, und
her 21 cililn .Tlid I stcerago piissou
gots were noop nshuro.
Tim Lurliuo brinirs sotni- ertnnnt
bTx, iiiitoi'iiplillcs, 800 lialeti of hay, In
ntl'TjOO tons -cargirfor Honolulu.
W.C Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. I7()4 Wmes.and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty.
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
HAS MORE SPEED-
for Mihulul and lilt, ton.-, for .lis
I chargo nt Port Allen.
On tho after deck iweuty-flvo he,ul
mules for Schumnii, werr rafcly land
ed. Tho Lurliuo brought no mull us
tho vessel sailed heroic the Oceanic
One ot tho Import n n t passengers to
arrive by tho Matson Blennier was
It. II. White, tho niaiinraeturer or tliu
While steam cur, and who also Is head
or the establishment which makes tho
White sowing machine. Willi his
wire, lie Is down hcio on a business
and plcasuro trip.
Mrs. II. M. Sheplev and thrco chil
dren, Iho wife mill Ininll) of Paymas
ter Sheplcy ut Hie Naval yard, was
an arrival, '
Rraln Delayed Mauna Kea. '
The delay In arrival of tho morn
ing train on the Illlo Hallway cause.!
a ullght delay In the slcumcr Mauna
Kea. The' vessel was obliged to await
Iho return ( a number or tourists
who had visited Hie, Volcano. Tho
flagship was nt lici wharf beforo eight
o'clock this morning and arrived with
a largo list of cabin and deck p-issen-gcrs.
Tbo trip was a rather lough ono.
ns strong trades and heavy Eist swell
was met with. The Mauna Kea fail
ed "W land malls at I.nupnhnehoo nml
theso wcro carried to Mahukona. As
tlio steamer reached llw channel the
wciildcr modorated. The freight list
Included Iho usual assortment of emp
ties, t. sacks nwa, IS cases, of ma
chinery, 211 cords wood. 3 autos, GtK
pieces lumber, 28." packages sundries,
8 crates chickens, romo pigs hud 2A0
head sheep. A largo delegation of
Filipinos mi,! Portiajueso laborers re
turned to Honolulu 'in the steamer.
Doat Carried Miles to Sea.
A small ship's "boat carried miles lo
sea was tho rato that licrcll several
members of tho crew of tho Inter-
Island steamer Kaliilant that has ar
il led here.
Tho vessel coincii from Hawaii
ports. The onicers- leport that dur
ing the stay of the Kulnlanl ut Onkala
somo HOOD sacks sugar was taken on
board. Tho weather was such that it
was found impossible to fasten Hues
to tho buoys nt Ooknla. Ono boat
was blown live miles" out to sea bo
fore Iho steamer wns able to weigh
anchor and proceed nfler the ilrlflliwt
craft. Scleral Ineffectual attempts
wcro made to miiko fnst to tho un
chor.igo but Iho Utile boat was mote
or less ot iho tlmo n't tho merry ot
wind and waves. Somo flvo thousand
sackn of sugar still await shipment
Chchallis Lost No Deck Load
Tho liail,iiilno Clielinllls iirrlvlng at
Illlo on Ihur.Mluy did nol lose her
deck lo-iil or lumber as first suppos
ed. The r-iel hilngs lumber for tho
Illlo Uallu-av. U was thought at II in I
Hint she might liavi licen tho vessel
Unit had tin own over tbo lumber
Keen by Iho Ileulcln, but Investiga
tion showed, that sho hail her, full deck
load on board. Tbo lumber seen by
Hie Ileulcln was but a short distance
from Iho Paclllc Coast and u.t prob
ably from some ouo or tho coasllug
vessels and not from n ship cumin-
to Ibis port. The Chchallis miido Iho
trip in tweiily-nlno duyB from Aber
Shipping at tlio port of Hllo has
been lively during the past week and
ono or tun vessels havo been obliged
to nwiiit a clinnco nt tho whirl t In
rmiK'-iiiipiii'o or nany arrivals or deep
sea (".in, Tlio Anierlcan-Hawalluii
fieighti-r ftli.ioij.rliiu nailed ror Salliia
Cuu n-i Tliursduy Inking tho regula
tion tuilw ilipusaud toiiB sugar. The
C'llurjibian of (ho sumo lino wan an ar
rival on l-'ilday mid Is oxpected In
mil for ho Isthmus on Monday. Sho
bus iwelie hundred ions heavy freight
for iho Illlo Railway.
The schooner Cninnno. which has
In ii dl-ul'irglng lumber ut Hie rail
loud Minor lur r.ioiio tlmo pnxl should
llult.il her work und bo ready to sail
for Pugot Sound about Sundny.
The barkontlno Ileulcln, with a full
cargo of lumber, urrlved Sundny after-
neon nt 3 o'clock. Her captain re
ports running through n largo number
of big sticks of lumber nbout 100 miles
out from Capo Ulanco. They wcro
newly cut 10x10, mid 8x10 pieces, for
ty feet In length.
Tho chip .lobn Enn which has been
nt that port for over a week will inako
an attempt lo pick up nil her nrgo
(here, instead of coming to Honolulu
ns wuA originally planned. -Sho hat
about throe hundred Ions of frelghl for
till cty. hub, It may be sent down by
Iho lntnr-Isliind w-sm::s.
Tlio srhoonni- S. O. Wilder, whlrli
Is discharging lumber nt tho railroad
wharf, will probably bo In port nt
least a week inoro.
Much Sunar on Hawaii.
A large quantity of sugar nwalts
tdilpment on Hawaii according lo re
port brought Ibis morning by Purser
Phillips ot (he steamer Mauna Ken.
Tlio following consignments nro not
ed: Olaa 3f!,2r,n; Walnkot lo.nno;
Hawaii Mill .1.100; Walnaku 3500; Ono
mca 17.443; Pciwekon 3300; Honoinu
8800: Haknlnii 7000; Ijiiipahoclioo
ltfiOO; Ooknla nooo; Kiiknlaii (I))
3180; Kukiilnii (II) 4571; .ttnmnkiia
5100; Piiaiihail 7500; Honokaa I0,on0;
Kukulhnelo 10.321; Punnluu 35S1; llo
uuapo 5000 uncks.
Irmgard at Mahukona.
. Pittser Plillllps of the slenmer Mil
ium Kea reimrls the hnrkenllno Inn
gard ut Miihtlkoiiu discharging lum
ber nlid general enrgo.
A' circular more especially Intend
c'd for Iho Informallon ot Pacific shlp
liiniitcrs bus Just been issued by tho
Public Works Department of Canada,
directing attention to tlio 'conditions
necessary for obtaining uso of tho
Esquimau drydoek. An entry feo ot
$200 must bo paid by, the owners or
ngent of imy vebsel to bo docked, be
foro tho steamer goes Into tho dock,
this deposit to be credited to tho
iimoiinl of dock duos, and if tlio
steamer does not enter tho dock, for
feited. Tho charges nro: Vessels up
to 1,000 tons, first day $300, lay dnys,
llic cents per ton; 1,000 to 2,000 tons,
first day $350, over 2,000 tons, $400;
on vessels 430 to 450 feet long, $550,
nml 450 to 480 feet long, $700, lny
days 4 cents per ton up to 2,000 tons
und 2 cents per ton over 2,000. All
vessels up to 130 feet In length re
quiring tho keel blocks raised will ho
charged $150 for extra pumping, tbo
ship to provide Inbor and material ror
placing sumo. When wator Is let In
to the docl; to n depth or ten reel for
tbo purposo of testing vessels, $10
shall be paid tor pumping nut tlio
dock. Every extra pumping out of
tlio dork will bo charged $75. Tho
minimum charge ror laying ii ship In
tho dock will be $50 per day. . When
Hlilps aro docked for cleaning nnd
painting only or change or repairs to
propellers, tho cliargo wilt bo, $200
for tbo llrst day and flvo rents per
ton lny days, the time In all not to
exceed four days. Unless work Is
dono on tho vessel there will bo no
ulinrgo fpr Sunday, Cargo will bo
charged tho sii'mo ns tonnage. No
charge will bo made ror ballast.
Water tor filling limks or other pur
poses will bo charged at CO cents per
The Tramps Must Go.
Tramp stramrhlp linen, so-called,
nro to ho cllmliialeil rrom Iho compe
titive Hold ot business between San
Francisco ainl the Orient, ir tho re
cently promulgated plaint or tho re
gular lines operating between tho
points lu question nro successful. Tho
plan of extermination applies nlso to
tramp lines operating to Puget Sound
und to Hrlllsli Columbia ports, mil
the rebiito Is llic Weapon that is de
signed to deliver tho death blow In
Such Is tho assertion mado by rop-
rcscninuvcH or tno trump lines In Sa
Francisco, and such Is tho ucknow-
ledginent of tho -cpicsentiilli's of Hie
Pacific Mall Str-ainsbln Company, ono
or tho parties to Iho extermination
srhonie. Representatives or the flrsl
naiucd Interest express the opinion
that tlio Inlcrstnto Commcrro Com
mission will sol nt naught tho plans
of Iho combined Interests, whllo Iho
hitler say it has been established that
Iho Interstate Coiiiinerco Commission
bus no authority lu Iho situation,
Adolph Frey,, assistant general man-'
ugor ot Iho I'acllle Mall, expressed
yestciday that an arrangement en
tered into by Iho regularly operating
steamship companies Is designed lo
protect IhelnspivcB from tlio rulo
slushing that frequently Is Indulged
In by trump vessels,
Wlreleita Locates Mlss'ng Daggagc.
Wireless telegraphy ns a means for
locating lost articles was demonstrat
ed to bo quite tbo real thing on tho
sleamers Sierra and Wllhelnilna,
which recently arrived nt Sun Fran
cisco. Hud It not been for Iho llttlo
sparks that skip out through tho
ellier A. fj. Sloroy would, not have
bcon ;iblo to get cloiin linen from his
trunk, nor would A. N. Walker have
hud his ruin coat to bhleld him In
.veulcrdny.'s fcljower so slates Iho
Walker, who was n passenger on
tho Sierra, nilsHed his overcoat u day
after tbo Sierra left Honolulu In com
pany with the Wlllielmlna A vain
search was mado or tho sleamor and
Walker appealed to Chlor Slownrd
"It may have been sent aboard tho
Williclinlnii by mistake," wiis Oarlc
ton'u clever deduction. "I will Bend u
wireless over and see."
A little Inter Iho,- W'IIIiuIiiiIiiii'b op
orator flushed buck:
"Yes, Mr. Wnlker's coat is aboard,
nnd Purser Drew would llko to kupw
ir yoii huvo seen anything of a trunk
I belonging to A. Q. Storey."
An examination or the baggage
room rovenlod Storey's trunk. After
tho steamers tied up tho articles wcro
returned to tholr owners.
Mall floats Meet Trouble at Manll
Manila harbor Is filling to an ox
tent Hint Is causing much trouble
tho mnslciB of the larger stenni
freighters and passenger lines who
havo occasion to make the Philippine
port, lly the Siberia comes word llint
Hllrh veasnla ns tlin Mmtpnll.-i tmvn
found tbo nresent Inner bnrbni- en-
tlrcly too shallow for tho sate and
expeditions nuvlcnllnn or innneiiver-
lug or lliclr ships. Tho Mongolia was
diitivlng Ihlrly-two Tcct or walcr when
sho last arrived there wllh somo Ion
thousand (ons general cargo, Tlili
steamer was not permitted lo romo In
side because pf bor draught lint re
mnlncil outsldo for ono or two days
discharging In tbo tnro of n typhoon.
As the. Philippine government Is look
ed uiHiti throughout UTo Kan ns a
spcndlbrlfl, (ho hope Is expressed.
that n portion if Iho moneys. Hint
nro srallored with lavish limit Tin
many of tho luxuries, will bo dovoled
lit creating a harbor Hint will ndmlt
of ordinary sized steamships that now
niako regular calls ut all Asiatic
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Saturday, April 15.
POUT TOWNSEND-Arrived Apr. 12;
Sehr. Itopeat, fiom Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Apr. 13:
S. S. Nippon Mum, henco Apr. 7.
SAN FRANOISCO-Arrlved Apr. 13:
II S. A. T. Cnik, hcuro Apr. 4.
JtEDONDO Arrived Apr. 13: Sehr.'
Mlndoorn. fiom 1 1 1 lo.
SAN FUANCISf'O - Arrived Apr. 15:
S. S. llyndes. from Kahiilul.
SAN FUANdSCO -Sa'led Apr. 15:
Ship W. J'. Frye. ror Honolulu.
1111,0 -Sailed Apr 13: S. S. Mis-
Botirlnn, ror Snllna Cruz,
Y M C A PLAYERS
Score Was 31-19 In Favor of
the Out-of-Town Ag
gregation. It was u Kiirprlio package- which Ku
lilil handed to V. -M. C. A. hAskiMhull
plujers liisl evening ut Kiillhl, when
the llnftl score wns llgured out us being
31 to 111 lu favor of the out-of-town
The Y. M. C. A. men thought that
they had the giiiuo When they went on
the Hour, but nt tho end of the llrst
half, when the ecoro stood ltl to 8 In
favor of their opponents, they reiitl.ed
Unit soiui-tbhig wns wrong in their cal
This Is tbo llrst of a scrU-i. of games
to bo played between tbo two teams
and tbo result wun:
Kalllil team I'niinon, center: Sicrbo
(captain), forward; ltice, forward;
Morse, guard; Lcdvvnrd, guard.
Y. Jl. I'. A. tenm lloniiu (cupliiln).
Larimer, Cottroll, center; Dwlght, for
ward; I-Vrrelra, Sllvn, forward; Mur
ciilllno. guard: Louis, Ilnniin, guard.
Time of Kilmer 15 minutes.
First half (20 minutes) Kalllil 19, Y.
M. ('. A. X. Second hair (15 minutes)
Kalllil 12. Y M. C. A. 11. Total. Ka
lllil 31, Y. M. (". A. 19.
(tools thrown from Held Y. M. C
A : Dwlght 3. FcrrelrA 1, llonan l.Cot
trell 1. Knllhl: Itleo 3, Cannon 7.
O'Siilllvnn St. ,
Fouls scored Y. M. C. A.: Dwlght 3,
Honnn fi. Knllhl: .crlio 3, Itleo 1,
Fouls committed Y. M. C. A. II, Ku-
ltcrcrre, Corporal Woodruff: umpire,
Jas. Nntt; timekeepers, nice and Hand.
Special Marrnlllnii guarded Zerbe.
7.erl)e dhi not score a goal.
HOBSON AND THE BOY SCOUTS.
Representative Richmond p. Ilobson
.ell.vi-H In tlio flov Scouts and mivh
tbut both of his young sous shall Join' und bcrvnnt; A. P. Slielll, F. ('. Ath
tlio nrgiiiilxatlou when thiV uro old ei(oii, Mrs. Samson nnd daughler. A.
enough. Ho supports tho movement J- Walt, W. Schmhll. Mra. .1. Naivalil.
becauso It Is teacliliig tho "city boys! It- Nlshlinoto, ,1ns. Keopu. Mm. P. Me
lo gel out Into the woods and to eu-1 Lain, J. C. Murine, J. II. Wale, W.
Joy nature. "Tho day ot tho scout," 0. Ogg, W. M. (ilrTurd, S. II. Hose, V.
says he, 'extended to 185C, but tho sta- I Kuril. J. 1). Iivenson. V. U Sloven
tlstlcH down to that point show that son, .1; Williams, I). Itehihardl. .1.
nbout 85 per cent, or nil tho peoplo ' Donald. Mrs. W. Illaek. Penlon Hind,
In the Hulled Stales wcro engaged or Hov. C. P. I long, Uev. .1. W. Wndimin,
lu Him,- wuy connected with ugrlcnl- , Mlsa Sorenson, A. W. Curler, wife and
tnriil pursuits; Unit tbnso who rnught 2 servants, M. van '.. M. do Cnlto,
lu the Civil War wrro iticn of tho W. J. Yeinpuku, .1. K. Notlny, W. K.
fnrni; that tliuso men who founded tlio Nolley. Miss K.-inuiliaina. W. Aliill. A.
nation and constructed Its Institutions F. Tuvnies. W. F. Pogue, 11. C. Will
were men of tho country. Today Micro dion, W, A. Kaldwln and wife, Miss
lire less Hiii'ii 30 per cent, or the people ihivo, Mis. Kingsbury, C. U. While,
of the 1'nlted Htntes connected Willi . P. Ezer.t.'J. P. Eeru, II. Niissniau,
iiRi'leiiltiiral pursiiltK. It meiins that II. I.lghiroot.
tho iiutlon's whole future Is going to p,.r j. N, s. s. Lurllne, from Sail
rest upon the city boy. It Is u sad rnot Francisco. Apr 15. .1. J. llcodorlrk
that the history or the world shows Mrs. K-,i M. Carpenter 41. L. Eng
ll.al iilmost every enso where city llfo K8i jjr. ml. Mrs A ,j' .r Mien
bus eonie to huvo mi nppcuriineo In lmiso filraril. Mrs. Ii. H. Knllcrsleilo
tho llfo Of tlio nation a nation's de- n, r.,,i. j)M M. Ki Kolw, ,,-r.ul!t
dine bus begun or Is destined soon to .nriln, Miss A. Miiroli. J. A. Mac.Mii
,,p",n' , , .,.,., . . I""1- McKenzlo. E. Vance Miller,
"i; my Judgment It Is tho greatest V. v. Hherninn, It. II. Whllo und wife,
problem or American life and In r,ict ,,. zller. Mrs. U. M. ShepleV and 3
of mo.rrrii life, this ipies lou of bring- children, Mrs. Ilubbell and child,
lug up the city Imy equivalent In tho ,, ,;, ,j A ,j, ,j, ,j, ,j, ,,, ,j ,,, ' ,;,
men of u geiierntion before, and I reel
that this movement In America bus the l,uir bejng used Tor the olllcliil lindgo
right to rommnnd tho cooperation ot Next the American eagle has been su-
overy good cltlscn.' per-liupoMed so as to inaKe Hie bailee.
" ' thoroughly American The use of the
Tho new badges for the Hoy Scouts kii ..f the north Is rather Interesting
of America will lie ready by May 1 liecimsi.. scouts, frontiersmen and plo
Tho new design Is neither an arrow- noers tool; that emblem fur themselves,
head of u lleur-do-lls, us was the old, InnldiiK upon It as the emblematic Pole
but Is tho sign of the north on the fitr i,,y h-mUm ,vi, i,.,.- i, ,,i,i
inurlner's compass. The sign ot the
nurui mis pi-en i-iu in iwo,.iuo upper
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Jnter-Island Steamers
. RATES REASONABLE
Warm weather, bad hygienic sur-
rounding, Indigestion, expoiuro lo
cold or wot while In u run-down con
dition, eating iinrlpo fruit or drinking
Impure walcr will caii3o cramps, dys
entery nnd diarrhoea, which If not
promptly checked get rapidly worso
and end by tho patient dying from
lluild up und strengthen tho system
by using Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
regularly and nvold tbo nttacks of
dysentery, cramps, cholera, conges
tion, diarrhoea, sunstroke, heart fail
ure, malaria, chills, fovers, heat pros
trations und all other complaints
which, nro so common.
Dufiy's Pure Malt Whiskey
Is un absolutely puro distillation of
mulled grain, great cure being used
t huvo overy kernel thoroughly
mulled, thus producing n liquid food,
Ionic nnd stimulant, requiring no di
gestion, In tho form or u medicinal
whiskey. Its pnlatublllty and troe
doni from Injurious substiinres render
It so that it cull bo retained by tho
most scnsltlvo stomach. It brings
Into nt-tlon nil tho vital forces. It
mukes digestion perfect nnd enables
you to get from tho food you cut all
the nourishment It contains.
Us gentle and Invigorating proper
lies Inllucnco for good overy Impor
tant organ of the body.
Ministers of tlio Cospcl, doctors of
medicine, nurses und peoplo every
where unite In commending DufTy'H
Pure Malt Whiskey n perfect Ionic
stimulant, tho ono trim medicinal
whiskey. It Is u promoter ot health
i and longevity, makes the .old feel
I young nnd keeps tho young strong
I and vluornos.
Sold lu SEALED UOTTI.KS ONLY.
Ho suro you get tbo genuine; inibstl
tutes nnd 'Imitations aro Injurious.
Wrllo tor medical booklet and doclor'a
ndvlco, both sent tree. Tho Duffy
Malt Whiskey Co., .Itochcster, N. Y.,
V. S. A.
Per O. S. 8. Sierra, rinni San Fraii
cjsco, Apr. 15. Mrs. Anderson. Miss
I). Anker, Mlas V. Anker, F. A. lieeh
ert, T. II. Ilentou, C. A. Ilruus, (i. H.
Carpenter, .loo Casper, Mrs. E. Ii.
Chapman. A. L. Clark, E. V. Clark,
Mrs. .1. Clerfayt, Miss F. It. Cashing,
Miss Minion D. Demi. II. A. Deckel
man, Mrs. I)cckulriinu F. II. Dinsmore,
Miss M. E. Epperson, Scrgt. T. K.
Evans, .Ino. Exner, Miss May Fergu
son.' It. Fncko. 14, Foley, A. O. Foster,
Mrs. Foster, Jos. Fredericks and
ehaffeur, Mrs. Frcdeiicks, Mrs. W. II.
Frledly, (5. A. Huston, Miss Hess Hu
bert Miss Cortiudu Ullbcrt, .Miss Hose
Hnekow, I Hess, Clius. Hill. -Mrs.
Ilenjaniln Holt, Mrs. C. S. Holt. P. E.
Holt, Win. do Krnfft, 11. I, Kroniulller,
Mrs. Kionmlllcr, MIsb Margaret H.
Lennox. John Lennox, Mra, Frank l.lp
pllt. Miss Irene K. 'Miiack, Mrs. M.
Minis, MJss E. C. Meyer, Miss Mar
guerite Mcyeis, C. 1). Miner. Mrs. A.
C. Jlnhr, .Mrs. F. CI. Pavus aim child.
Miss Eunice Pratt .1. C. Itapler, W.
L. ltay, S. Richardson, Mrs. Itchard
son, 11. Collins, Mrs. C. II. Root, .1.
ltussell, Mrs. Uusscll and child. Miss
Russell, Mra. .1. Shay, Mrs. L. Seholt,
M. A. Sllvn, Miss E. Shelinun. MlsH I.
Siilllvnii, J. J. Sulllvnp, .lnofc Talgo,
Mrs; Talgo, Master Cordon Tnlge,
Mlss Holen Tnlgi Miss licno Talgo,
Mrs. A. M. Thurston, 1 W. Trlho, C.
Per S. S. Mauna Kea, from Hh,w.iII
nun .nam pons. Apr. i.,. tieo. it. t'ar-
1 tor, E, F. Ulshop, N. C. Ilnley, W. ')
Slllllh, E. W. Adams. A. Hartley J.
M. Young. Mrs. C. Allen, Mls.i M. P.
Allen, E. Young and wire, Miss Kells.
E. A- Mertz, Mrs. Lo Messurler und
iIiiHRhlor. W. It. Castle. M. D. .Mon
sarraM, Mrs. A. Fhniers, Master E.
Uird, .Ino. Detor, II. .I.'l'iull .ipd wife,
" wmpiui ftirs. w. II. Itleo,
)migc ,,f course can cvehnnge It for the
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