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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1911.
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m Masonic Temple l
Honolulu ('oniniiiiiiWri -Hegubr-
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Ilcvuulilu ('litinlcr- Mink
l.cl Alohn ( haplir No. .1
All tlElUug meiniicm of tb
Ordnr am cordially Invited to
attnd meeting of local lodfrM
Meet ou the
?.nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
dARINE EXGIfltERS 0"the. a
vaEFIOIAl ASS-CIATIOH. elation, tor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. K. M.
Meets every Drst ami third ThiirB
tija of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hail. Visiting brothers coi
l!ly Invlt.J to attend.
li. FOSTKIt, Sachem.
K. V. TODD, 0. of It.
HOHOLUIU AERIE, 140. 1. 0. E.
Meota on the: 2nd and 1th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of I' Hall, corner
Btretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Ragles ire Invited to at
tend. riRn A DAVIS W 1'.
M '. MU'OY. Heo.
E0N0I.ULU lOBQE, G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIS, 11. P. O.
Blk, meu In thulr hall, on King
Etreet. uear Fort, every Frlduy evt
Olny. Visiting llrothurs are cordially
Invited to attend.
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(ii:o t. ki.uk;i:i sec.
W3f. HoK.INI.EY I0DQE. NO.
Meets orary 2nd and 1th Saturday
JYenlng at 7:50 o'clock In K. or 1.
Hall, cor. Port and lleretanla. Visit
ing urotburs cordially lnv)td to t-j
T. F. KILUEY, C. C.
n. a. jacohson, ic. n. s.
llrokt ii hhh r-iAa(Hil quick anil
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BTLNCIL PATTERNS and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin telephone numbiri
have not been changed with the loca
tion of the paper. They remain the
tame as printed In the telephone direc
tory Duinot office, 2256; editorial
Autos, J4 per hour, 1Owln Stables.
it goes without! saying that every
thing la Beat ut The Encore.
Thii'o who drink at the Anchor
Halunn nru Immune from cholera.
'Suy's mid Joe Knlunu's locomobile
inn tie found at tho Aulo Livery:
If you wnnt a good Job done on tin
uuto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St
The protection fenco that linn gur-
oitnilpil the new Y Al C A. building
during its loustructlon was removed
The Uulletln illuitrated speeiil
edition will be of much Interest to
friends, as It describes and pictures the
land you live In or are visiting.
Monday May 15th will be the last
day for paying taxes without penalty;
after tliat date ten per cent will be
added. Take your tax bill with you
1 he (Internment has acquired n
flip of land In Hllo to cnlaign the
M "iinda of tho llllo Union School, un
iinpiuvoment thut Iiuh been needed
lot n long tlmo.
('.ovornnr Frear stated this mornlne,
ili.il lii would iinbably sign tho South
Koii.i forest reaeivo iroclamatlon !
day only awaiting to see lirvster
Hornier on ono question Hint linn nrla
Tho Mntxon Htrnmer Wllhulmlnn Is
reiHirtr-cl to have sailed from San
r-'ront lnci at noon csteidav with
iicatlnatlon as Honolulu The Wll-
iM'Imlua Is oxieclCil to nri'Uo here
iiilv mi Tuesday mornltiR
fi(iorimr lrear si'ntcs that ho o
iihcib to name tho incinherH of the
now harbor coinmlBKloii within n fihoit
iiiiie, hut atut'-s that ho haa uncoiin
icre'd much dlfllrulty In finding "good
men who nre not Interested."
K II.mibIiI was hunlenced to pay n
line of J.'o nml imiirlsoiiment for one
hour hv Judgi' Cooper this morning
hi n charge of having received atoleu
goudw Tho llfilil Kontonrc was given
iieraiise of initlgating circumstances
in the i'iiko.
lien lAivell, a local chauffeur, nr
ii'sied at thn Installed of Special Of
Hi t-r Chilton upon a charge of speed
ing his machine higher than tho lim
it prescribed by tho city ordinances,
was let off with a caution when ar-
uilxned lief oie District Maglstrnto
Monsarrat this morning. Tho con
tention was made Unit It was Lovell's
What constitutes a proper and safo
cai neuter's canolclinK Is the question
burnt t n Jury In Judge Whltncy'H dc
paitment of tho Circuit Court whero
ihe dnmiigc suit of Marshall against
J'i Ingle et nl Is on trial. The scal
foldlug broke under Marshall while
woiklug on a building ut Fort linger
.mil he Nought suit against Contrnc
tor I'ritigle for Injuries then sustain
i.ii:iT-(ii:x. silt iiADHX-row-
HI.L may lnlt Ilnnnlulti this full on
his way to Australia, lie, Is the or
gntilzur of tho Ilrltisli Hoy Scouts
Mil and miis nonniiT HIND of
Komi. Hawaii, called on Queen I.llluo
kalaiil this morning at Washington
1'lui e, mi lleretanla street, and had
breakfast with the Queen
H I CUDAIIY und wire from Chi
cago are guests ut the Mo.um wlillu
making u trip to the Islands. They
arrived on the last steamer from tho
JOHN A. MUTTON' and party from
Han Francisco are guests at tho Mo
ane llr Hi it ton Is piesldout of tho
I '.u lfle (las und lOlecti Ic Company mid
brought his automobile for touring
while in Hawaii.
I: J SIDN'HY leaves tomorrow on
the Iluiioluliiii for u hurried business
trip to the cuast Mr Sidney goes to
I.os Angeles for n conference with
Slegmund Motor Cur Company, the
distributor)! for the Scluicht cur, in
regard to establishing u branch hem
lu handle tho autumobllu und general
uci'CKSiiileH for iiutomoblles.
WILL J COO I 'II It, usslstant to Rec
letary II 1 Wood of the llawuii I'io
iniitlnn Cominlttte, will t,oer his con
nection with the olllco at tho end of
the present moiilli .Itik of funds to
i any on Hie piouiotloii wink on tho
on iol si ale is c.ueu us tho reuson.
1 1 In I. hi lului'i having tiiailo only u
, -mall inn' oi Ihe appropriation hoped
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. i.nniui i . . uf the ho. ml, mid the loan
iiiunii it hut will tlliret the spending of
4 -nil null un mails nlthln the next tvMi
Tin -illugeHtluus did lllit eollle tu the
(losiiuor dlieet friuii ihe bii.ird, It is
iiiulcrsliiiiil. hut the board's lbe.s were
ranleil to lilin by a third parly, mid
itienibi'i-H of the board say that they
fit I Ihilr susguatloiiH only reasonable.
The) nl" now anxious that the (loverii-
; ut whinilil nume the ciiuiiuIhsIoii,
Tim iliuxi Inn up of plans for tlm
roiid work uluuo will eo.it nearly II.
iiiiii," said a inmiihir or the board HiIh
llliillllllg, "und vh do not fuel Jimtllled
In gnliiir uheutl until the appointments
ii i ii iiiuiln Then we inu ii-udy lu get
luixy und no to luilldliii! rtuds with all
Ihe 1'uiicIm we have iiMilluble"
Mr llbiliiip, It la Hiild, la going away
noon and Air lueiibcri; Is lii;uested 111
iaw dm dues so
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
Helcne With Large Shipment of Sugar an Arrival Today
Transport Sheridan Here Tomorrow Afternoon Bark
Welch Discharged of Explosives Hyades Off Port This
Seventy days from Newcastle. N.
S. W., with n cargo Including 1822
tons Australian coal, the big llve
ninsted American Rclinoner Oeorgo E
Hillings, put Into Honolulu In distress
early this morning. Captain F S. lluk
holin dcclailug that he was In need
of certain linerf of piovlulons mid al
so an itddlttonal supply of water.
Ous Carlstrotn, u seaman In Iho
Hillings wus taken ashote Immediate
ly nftur Ihe schooner came to un an
chor outside the harbor Ho was con
vened lo the Queen's Hospital b
Harbor UllUur Carter. Carlstnim Is
s.ild to have been swept from tho
roof of the donkey ouglno huiiso ou
April 17th and through the ncciilent
sustnlnetl n seiious fracture to his
The vessel met with contrary wind
and weather on tho voyage up from
the Antlioirc8. The schooner and her
shipment of coal Is destined for San
Carlstrom's Injuries dcvelotiod In
to a more berlous nature as tho ves
sel neiited the Hawaiian Islands un 1
Captain Hukholni having no facilities
nt hand tu glvo tliu snllor proper
iieaiiuent ticciiied to put in Here for
Tho Injured sailor will remain fit
the hospital until better able to travel
and will then bo sent to tho main
While hero ho made nrmngdnientH
for replenishing his limited stock of
provisions and water.
Tho (leorgo B. Hillings sailed from
Newcastle on March 3rd. Tho earl
ier part of the voyage wus rhnraclei-
Izod by Htmia rather nasty weuther.
Hubbard's Last Cruise.
Admiral John Hubbard, commander
in chief of Hie Asiatic fleet sailed on
his last cruise lu command of thn
squadron on Apt I! 1.1th. Ho wus
scheduled to leave his flagship ut one
of the Japanese orts of cull, then
turning over his command, lcturn to
the United Stutvs for retirement. Chi
nese und Japanese imrls vvoro to be
visited during' the cruise, which will
continue during tho hot season In tho
Philippines. Detachments of marines
and sailors were to sail on the flag
ship Saratoga to recruit crows of tho
small gunboats which liavo station In
Chinese waters. These vessels ato
tho Wilmington, Helena, Sauiur ami
Big Oriental Cargo by Mongolia.
Neatly two thousand tons Oriental
freight Is duo to arrive nt Honolulu
ou oi. about May 19th by the Pacific
Mail liner Mongolia which has sail
ed from Yokohama. Tho Mongolia
has room for hut fifteen cabin pas
sengers nccotdlng to a lato cable that
has been received at tho ugency of
II. Hnckfeld und Company. Four
times this number have already
booked fur San Francisco by Iho lin
er so it stands to loason thut It will
he a case of first cumo first served.
Tho cargo for Honolulu is considered
tho largest from Chltiu ntul Jupuu tu
auive hero in many moulds past.
Virginian Due Week from Today.
Aciordlng lo advices received nt
tho olllec of C P. Moise, (leneriil
Ft eight Agent for tho Amuilcan-IIa-vvallau
Hue, the steamship Virginian
with ti unshipped cargo flout New
York via tho Isthmus of Tehiianlepec
nml also freight gathered ut San
Francisco nnd Seattle, Bhoiild arrive
at Honolulu on or about next Thurs
day. The vessel Is reirted to have
sailed rrom aeattlo on last Tuosdny.
Crown of Castile on the Berth.
Tho Ilrltisli triiinii steamship Crown
of Castllo Is reisirted us on the hcith
to load Huropean cargo nt Antwerp,
(IhiHgow and Livorimol for Honolulu
nml porls along the west roast of lliu
Umled States. Tho vessel Is expert
cd to leavo the continent the Lille
part of Juno. Mr Fred L, Wiililron
win act as agent for the stc.imur up
Bark Welch Brought Explosives,
.V goodly quantity of, explosives ban
ueeu tiisruargeii irouiiiiie nine .u
tliow Welch which liijw Ilea al Ihe
foot of Fort sheet. Tlju ves.el nrrlv-
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Anents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beep
SAILOR OFF PORT
ed last evening having nailed from
San Francisco on April girth. There)
Is about two thousand tons general i
cargo for local Inqiorters. Five ms-;
sengcrs an I veil bv the bark
China Off for Honolulu.
Thu Pacific Mull steamer China
palled at two o'clock esterdny after
noon from San Fiaticlsco for Ihe Ori
ent by tho wny of Honolulu. Tho
steamer Is due to arrive hero on ne:
Tuesday morning. The China Is be
lieved to liuve about five hundred tons
cuigo for this pott.
Helene Here With Sugar Shipment.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Ileleno
arrived this inoiiilug with a largo
shipment of sugar from .Muhukona.
The vessel brines over two thousand
sacks of tlie product. A imrtlon of.
ni" cargo will lie Discharged into tne
Mutsou Navigation steamer Hoiiolu
lan. Thetis Coaling.
A large amount of coal la bolus;
put aboaid tho United suites revenue
cutter Thetis now laying in the
stream. Tho government vessel will
soon leave for the bird Islands to pick
up a parly of eciintlsts who have
been collecting nn exiblblt at I..-iy-
Long Trip for German Bark.
Tblrty-threo days voyaging from
tho Hawaiian Islands to Crays Har
bor Is credited lo the (Icimiin bark
llertha (hat Is reported to have Just
arrived at the coast. This vessel
brought a shipment of lumber to Ha
wull. Iwalanl Off the Marine Railway.
Tho repairs and repainting has been
completed on Ihe Inter-Island steamer
Iwalanl nnd that vessel was hauled
down from llio murine railway this
morning. Tho vessel will tako up
her regular run to Hawaii K)rts.
Per stmr. Maunn Kea, for Hllo via
wuy lions, Muj IB. C. I). Collins,
Mrs. Collins, W. U. Hough, Miss M.
J. Keuiney. SI. 11. Jainlcson, V. F.
Martin T W. Taylor, A. Mason, Mr.
and Mrs. Duratan, Krucst OleseckP.
Clias. llarron. I. H. Jones, A. J. Sllvn,
C. M. Illalsdcll. B. A. Soulhworth,
Per stmr. O. Hall, for Kami
ports, .May 11. lions Jpeliborg, .1. o,
Young. 11 S. Wulkor, D. M. Carmen,
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
'lliiirsda)) May II,
SAN FUANCISCO Sailed May 10: S.
S. China, for Honolulu; S. S. Wll-
helmiua. for Honolulu,
YOKOHAMA Sullcd May 10: S. 8.
Mongolia, for Honolulu.
SKATTLB -Sailed May 10: S. S.
Virginian, fur Honolulu.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived Muy 11:
S. S. Chlyo Muru, hence May C,
The borso that John Hllva Is alleged
tu have ridden, nnd whoso condition
was Dually bi ought to tho uttentlnii
uf tho humane ufllcers, proved to bo
the propirty of n local liveryman and
not that of tho rider.
Mllvu had been placed under arrest
upon a t barge of cruelty to uiilinuls.
PiinuH'iitliiK Attorney Drown moved for
u suspended seiitenco this morning,
giving as ids reason tu District Magls
tiiitu Monsarrat thu fart that It had
been biuuKbt tu the attention uf the
piosecutlng attorney's otllce that Hllva
wus tho Innocent rider of u borso that
belonged to n city lively stablo.
Hllvu had entered u pleu of fiillty
In the i barge, but, abiding by tho sug'
Itnstloil of tho iiiusecutlou, u suspend
ed Heiileiivo of thirteen months wus
IViinll- It u 1 1 e i I ii SI per year.
Wednesday. May 10.
Kahulul Edrrd Sewall, Am p-T-
Saa Franriw-o Andrew Welch,
Aln bk.. , Mi pj
Thursday, May II.
Illlollofloluifln. 11 N a a. x ra
Wtdnetdjy, Vity 19.
New vnrk -Edward gewall. Am
3p.. 4 i m.
Salltia Cnu ta Island rti-Aii-zonan,
A -II- S S. ! . ni
A toor of tin inlands, roverlng a
Itcrloit of two !. by tile Inter Inland
t1:,K?.li. Maur Kcfl. Is now contem
plalitl ! tVeslilent and fn(ral Man
ager J A. Knnwly of the MMnvhlp
conipaii. In rei'iiuiiiM' tn a nuiutMT of
iipplli lilifitiK from Honolulu Nupl'nlio
vvoufd j,r f,-r ti, H'nd the Katni-hanielU'
holiday! In rucli n manner
Willi,- the inutti-r of Ida Ing the
Manna Keu at the illi'nl of n party
of cxeurRlonlsti liaa not tHn definite
ly retlled. It li- 1mIIi-v.iI that rufflclelit
Inducement will In. otT-re,! to warrant
thu plailiig of the lartce iteomir at the
utrvlie of a party, which would lm
Klvin opportunity to r)K-nd one whole
day nn Ihe Island of Katiat and the
following day on Maul.
Thern Is ns yet no definite decision
regarding an Itinerary. The plan so
far dlpcttwed culls fur the departure
of the FtPbiner from Honolulu on feat-
urdiiy eviiilug. June 10 The party
would be lunded at lliuuilel, on Kuuul,
early im Sunday niornlng. JOne II
KaiiK'banielin Day fulling on Sunday,
the celebration of the iint.il day of
llawnlO foriiur king will necessnrlly
fall on the following Monday. With
two holidays ut their command, the
part) could readily vlidt another Is
land, and It Is planned to leave tho
Kuuul port on Kunday evening, thu
.Manna Ken inuklng the trip direct to
Kuhului Mouduy could thus be spent
on the Vnb-ly Island. Passenger will
have opportunity to take a rail trip
to Wiilluku or spend n portion of tho
day lu the beautiful lao Valley.
The rtturn tn Honolulu will lie made
In time tn arrive here at all early hour
on TiicmI.'ij morning The Molina Kea,
through this urrungemint. run be dis
patched on In r regular run to lllloand
way ports the same day and not dis
arrange the existing schedule.
It Is expected that the complete de
tails for the two days' excursion will
be announced within a few duys.
BUT WILL LIVE
A heavily loaded car filled with
broken rock, came gliding down u
grade, ut Mollllll quarry this morning.
It crushed Into another car awaiting
Its freight of stone and before Miguel
Jose, an employee ut thu City and
County quarry could make his ex
cape, he was crushed between the
bumpers und tu mangled condition
was taken to Queen's Hospltul by Po
lice Officer Sanders.
Jose was Injured on tho left side,
and was thrown down, barely escap
ing losing a leg und an arm. He sus
tained it number of minor bruises.
The loaded car had been hauled
some distance away from tho rock
crusher but In soma unaccountable
manner hud become dislodged from
Its resting place und cumo down the
grado making no noise. There wus
no ono present to give a word of
warning before tho man hud boconiu
pinned between tho two curB. While
his injuries ate serious, It Is said that
ne win pun iiirougu.
MAKE TEST CASE
J llert Light foot proposes to luuko
a test case- of his allegul Infraction of
Hoard of I It ill til regulations, which at
prestnt prohibit bathing In thu harbor
of Honolulu or, In fuel, along the
heal lies Utweeii Diamond Head und
A piual summons wus Issued and
served upon Llghtfont this morning lie
wus arraigned before Dlstilct Magis
Attorney J. Llgbtfoot, father of tho
defendant, appeared and gave notice
thut examination would be waived In
thu lower eouit The defendant de
manded trial by Jury, und J ml go Mou
suirat ordered Llghtfont committed to
tho Circuit Couit fnr trial. Tim casu
Will be pushed, and It Is expected tu
como up for hearing In the higher cuurt
nn Monday morning.
Llghtfont Is alleged to have. Indulged
In the now pioblblled luxury of u dip
In the briny niT the pavilion belonging
to the llealanl Hunt Club He courted
arrest and gave formal notice tn the
Territorial health authorities that bo
Intended lu test the regulation now In
SILVA TO INSPECT
M A. Sllvn. agent of thu Tirrlto
ri.il Hoard uf Immigration, will bo sent
un u trip nf Inspection around the Is
lands Bluntly to see bow the new Por
tuguese and Spanish Immigrants
In ought hern on tho (Merle ate set
tling Into their work us plantation la
borers Ho will liiol; iqi tho various
delo.igtloiiB I bat wore sent I loin heie.
Mr Sllvn bus been n tallied by the
board and expects lu return tu luiopu
to recruit immigrants nfler he bus Un
label bis work hure.
wrMicliQiin anirJ all other Envelopes
IN STOCK BY
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.,
at Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii
FREE TOLLS FOR
Fice tolls for American ships through
Ihe Panama Culuil will be asked by
the Honolulu Chamber of Coiunii'lce,
through Its board of trustees. At the
regular monthly meeting held yesterday
afternoon, the trustit voted uiinul
inourly to instruct Delignte Kiihln to
won. inr iree ennui ions inr American
This toll question Is up before tho
Ainirlenn shippers all uvefthu country
Tho i ban liar's committee un harbors
nml transportation mude u very cuui
pletu report, rtcuinmeiidlng the action
afterward taken by the trustees. This
committee o-tilo.iti'M that free tolls for
coastwise trade would save u quarter
of a million dollars. It Is pointed out,
also, thu Immense volume of trullle that
the canal will develop, It tiling esti
mated that tlie llrst two years about
three million tons will puss through'
tho caiuir annually und will then In
crease enormously. The Suez ("anal
handles lri.uuo.iioo tons annually and SO
per cent early dividends tire declared
by the private corporation that con
lu Its report, the committee yestir
day utternfiun said In puit:.
Matter Before Congress.
Important to Islands.
'Tho question nf whithtr free tnlls
will bo extended to vessels engaged In
the coastwise trade, or even n ennees
slnii tu the extent nf charging such ves
sels nnlv the actual cost of passing
through the canal. Is a very Important
une tu these Islands From 'JSO.OOO to
300.000 tons uf sugar will be transport
ed iiuiiuully through the eutial, besides
n largo amount nf pineapples and eth
er products destined for tho llnsterii
inurktt There will ulsu be nn In
i reused amount nf merchalidlsn ship
ments from New York and Philadel
phia direct lo tho Islands.
"The coastwise shipping laws havo
buruo heavily on this Tirrltory over
sluei It was annexed. As you know, cf
forts have been made to havo tho laws
suspendul without success, the prlncl
toil objection being that It Is detrl
mental to tho Interests of Aiiclcun
shipping. AVe thereforo feel Justified
111 supporting the proposition for free
tolls through the l'nnuui.i Cunul, vvhlcu
would, to a largo extent ut least, offsit
the disadvantage of not being able to
make use of the foreign steamers call
ing at this port In other words, no
one I'oulil reasonably object to having
the const wise law continue tn apply to
these Islands it wo cnuld thereby so-
curu freo lulls through the l'uiiuuia
"In view of these facts, your tom-
tnlttee strongly recommends Hint tho
Delegate from this Territory bo In
structed to cooperate .with the repre
sentatives of tlm commercial orgunV.a-
tlom un the Paclllc Coast III tijlng tn
secure free tolls thruugh the Panama
Canal for nil vessels engaged In tho
Tim melody iimuniitlng from tho
lintlin i.f ,HW, S3i,r;ill llfinlill ,tnrllii llin
Htlll watches of last night was of suf-
llelntlt 1,111 i-ri 1 1 11 il If, itrnnun tlm le.i ,tf
ii number of neighbors. The woman
wiib booked at the station upon a
charge of being drunk. This morn
ing she paid u lino of two dollarx and
the trimmings Into police court cof
It ha developed that Chillies Salis
bury, ll WUlklmill killed In tin, Mllld
mini) ut Ilaicl (Ireon, Wis., was nut
only 1111 Lugllsli nobleman, hut wus
110 less 11 purbotiuge than tho nephew
of Iho lato Und Salisbury
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
The majority of motor
ists throughout the world
are satisfied users of
fi Michelin Inner Tubes.
They are the best judges,
Ask them. "
GAMBLERS YIELD OVER
Twelve Japanese, wero surprised
while engaged III playing n game at
which minify wus won or lost this af
ternoon lu it room In a I.lllha street
Chief of Detectives McDulIle and
his forco of plain clothes im-n des
icndul upon the bunch und 'before
they could iiiuko u successful get
11 wuy lie had the crowd ut pollen sta
tion, wluie each deposited ten dol
lars cash hail money lo Insuro an nn-
peurutiio ut Dlslrlit Court tomorrow
QUEEN AT BREAKFAST
At the Washington Plnco this morn
ing. Queen Lllliioknlanl, while ut
hreiikfiist, wnB serenaded by tho Ha
waiian hand, under Iho leadership of
Captain Heritor. She was greatly
pleased to hear some of the Hawaiian
songs she composed pliljed by Iho
baud. The Hawaiian flag was hoisted
nil the llngstalT, directly In f,lmt of
the reception risim of her residence.
The baud stationed under the wav
ing brunches of thu ktiktil tree play
ed llio ancient Hnvviiliau "moles."
The Queen had as her guests ut the
Itihlu, Mr. and Mrs. Unhurt Hind, of
Konu. Hawaii. Mis. C. P. Intikesi.
.Mrs. C. S. Hollowuy. Mr. J. Almokii
Domlnls and Mr. Swlnlou Kldrldge
The Queen personally thanked Cap
liiln Hergor nnd his boys at the closo
of the serenade.
ICE CREAM WAS
Y.unai'lta, a Japanese has been
placed under an est fur vending lio
cicuiii containing less than lirteon
per cent of butler fats, lie was ar
raigned this moinlng heroin Dlstilet
MnglBtrulc Moiisuniit upon a charge
of violation of net 77 or the lovlsed
laws of tho session of Hill.
Tho Japanese pleaded guilty to tho
chuige, Piosecutlng Alloinuy llrown
IKilntcd out to the court that ho be
lieved thut the Inquisition of the
minimum penalty would serve to sat
isfy the ends or justice
A leu dollar flue wus assesjcd Iho
WRESTLING AND PICTURES
AT ATHLETIC PARK
The' Independent Theater Coinpnny
has iiirungeir with 11 troupe uf Japan
ese wrestlers tu open at tho Athletic
Purl, next Monday evening for u one
week engagement, und besides tho
wrestling stunts there will bo bleyclo
racis. moving pictures und running
The engagement of the Japanese Is
fur one week, nnd the evenings next
week will provide plenty of spoil for
tho fans, those Who do not especially
care Tor the races having good enter
tainment 111 thu wrestling mutches and
llringing n large getiornl cargo, a
goodly portion being supplies for thn
local quartermaster department, tho
Mutsou Navigation Bleaiuship HyailcH
ariived at tho port this afternoon. On
deck tho vossol brought over ninety
head of liorsc.i and mules for the
United HlaleH- government Tho
llyailes will make culls at several is
land porta lo dlschaige cargo and to
load sugar before sailing for San
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