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EVENiNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911.
llnvviill.ni- Tlilnl Hi uric.
lll'llcllllll ClIIIIIIKHIlIlT) -
Regular ft p. in.
It miotii I n (iuiplrr .Murk
l.i'l Aloha Chapter ,n. :t
All visiting ntembem ol ta
Order nr cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd ana 4th
at K. i. . Mall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE F.NGINtBS' 0a0.
SNEFICIhI AclATIOK. ciaUon. cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Tburs
flays of each month at Knights of
Fythlas Hall. Visiting brother cor'
Uslly Invlti-d lo nttcml.
II. I-OSTUU, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE, HO. f. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd till WED
NK3DAY evenings of each month nt
T:30 o'clock In K. of I. Wall, corner
Beretanla nnd Port streets.
Visiting KsrIph E,ro Invited to St
UniL ni: a. DAVis w. P.
M. C. McCOY. Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, H. P. O.
Clks, meets in their hall, on Kins
Btreet, near Kort, every Friday evc
nlnic. Visiting tlrothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
r r n ikkniicho, 1; it.
OHO. T. KI.Vi'-C.I'U Sec.
W2t. MoKHTLEY I0D0E. NO. 8,
X. of P.
. Meets every 2nd nnd 4 th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Kort and ncrotanla. Visit
ing; brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. F. KII.IIKY. C. (!.
K. A. JACOHSON. K. it. S.
llrokrn Iiiim . roplai oil- nukk mid
Special ho-, t 'Mini I" nr.le"
Broken n.iiiu iui..i promptly.
Boston Building Fort Street
Jv i M -y .V Co.
LATEST STYLES IN SAILORS!
COLORED AND BLACK
MILTON & PARSONS
Motel Street, opposite Young
When Building a
Put in your house the most con
venient and economical arrange
ment for HEATING THE OATH.
Sun Heat Costs Nothing. For in
formation and prices of "Balti
more SUN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW, P. O. Box
DEO, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
Alasniilc llullillni:, rurnrr Hold anil
The best I.cnscs In lonn to lit in cry
GTENCIL PATTERNS nnd
NEW PILLOW TOPS
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The D u 1 1 1 1 n telephone numbers
have not been chflnoed with the loca
tioii of tho paper. Thoy remain the
tame as printed In the tolepliona direc
tory Duilnosj office, 2256 ( editorial
Autos, (1 por hour, (jcwts i'Uiblcs.
It goes without saying that every
thing In Heat ut Tho I'ucnre.
Th--e lio drink ut Iho Anchor
Saloon nrr Immune from cholera.
Gay's mill Jon Knlatiu'8 Uioomnbllo
can lie found nt tho Auto Livery,"
Subset ibe lor tho Cull, Chronicle
or Kvimltier $1.00 per mouth. Wall,
Nichols Co., Agents.
Judge Hoblnsim this morning
niiineil Mary O'Dounoll ns guardian
of .1. imos A II. Wodchouse
If you want u Rood Job done on mi
nuto or cnrrlago tako It to Hawaiian
Carrl.iijo Mfg. Co., 427 Queen SL
The Bulletin Illustrated special
edition will be of much Interest to
friends, as It describes and pictures the
land you live In or nre visiting.
Hislinp Henry 1). lloKturlck was this
imirniiiK npVolnted rtuardlau of llc
iililee. Peter and Chillies Davlenll,
Monday May 1Sth will be the Uit
dy for paying taxes without penalty;
after that date ten per cent wilt be
added. Take your tax bill with you.
.Icihn It. Ucrgxlrom, Tlano nnd Or
gan Tiinlnc and Repairing. Manonlc
Tcmplo. Tclcphono 2067. P. O. Hox
Joseph Human, hat cleaner, 122
Iteretanla St., next to flro station,
Kuaratitees nil hla work. lints called
for and delivered. Phono 1(157.
Piirlllc Itebekah I-oiIrp No. 1, 1. O.
O F are rIvIiir one of their dcllRht
ful danecs nt the OutrlpRcr Club pa
lllon Saturday, Juno 3d. Tho host
of music has been secured.
The Gleaners will have n dellcalcs
m'ii mile Saturday inornliiR In tho Col
ItiiK bullilliiR on KIiir Btieet. wcsl of
Knit, opposite t'nloii Orlll. There
ill be olil bread, cakes, candles,
din kit, hlckeiis, Jellied InnRiip, plck
le. jellies nnd iinliiie dinner cnrils
The aillcles are strictly limno made.
JAM liS C5U1LI) and MRS. GUILD
were anionB the oiiI-roIiir passenger.
on the Houoltilan.
W. T. KllOST, or M. Phillips &. Co.,
leaves on tho Claiulliio today for a
tilp In Iho oilier Islands.
V. SCOTT leaves on Iho Clnildlno
today for Nahlku, Maul, whero ho Is
roIiir to prepaio for the tappliiR of
tho rubber trees on his nlaco.
JIUS. V. T. POPB. wife of tho Sup-
crlntcnilout of Public Instruct Ions
left on the Honoliilnn Ihls morniiiR
for a trip to tho coast.
GKOItGK C'ABTLK. senior incinber
of t'nstlo k Cooko, Ltd., left for tho
Slates Ibis inornliiR In tho lloiiolulan.
lie will be Rime about a month.
11. A. KOHRVTIli:, or llallltnorc.
Sll . has written friends that ho ex
pcetH to mine to Honolulu this sum
mer with a party of llvo.
It A. ROWLAND, son-in-law of
Tbonuis Thrum, is ill at his homo.
Ah soon as bo Is nblo ho will leave
for the coast In search or health.
SlIOl'I.D DKI.KGATi: KIIIIIO with
draw front runnlUR for Delegate, Hob
ShlliRle will ho nominated for that
position, llnb has the suppoit of 11
In rue nuuibfr of the llawallans.
J. K. KAMANOI'I.II, lnelllber or tho
Hiiiim) of Itepiesentntlvcs, was ninoiiR
tho passeiiRorK who sailed Ibis morn
ing fin San Kranelseo, ill the Malson
liner Honolulu!!, lie was accoin
panted by Mrs. Kuiiiuiioulu.
MISS JUANITA DICCKI.UV was a
I'liiiriniiiR hostess at mi elaborate pnl
:.uppur last Sunday ghen at Wal.i
iieii in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Kred-i-rii
ls The pally motored around
MISS WILIIKLMINA TUNNI3V,
ikduaicd "Wiljiclinliia Illto," Iho
lie.tiiiiilar drivo-way at Kalinukl,
lasl night hy hiuaklim a lioltlo of
ebamiiagiie on Iho ornamental slono
posl at the entrance.
" MAYOR FKIIN Is lookiiiR forward
lo the lime when ho will be called
upon by the people of Hawaii In lep
ii'miii tbent ill Congress, lie pm
ilirls that If Iinmlliated by Ills parly
iih a candidate for Delegate to Cou
ik'c -. be will i-oiiio nut victorious at
Hie next iln-lioli "I believe 1 mil n
I in kv lellow, be uld.
M ml or .be xblppcrs' wbaif
' ' iii" wlili b tut miles llm slilp
lii'.' Inn I lux fund, at u inectliiBycs
nrilnv iilti'iiwiiiii dlncusseil tho dls
Kinllnuuiit'i' nt Iho $1000 n month
eoiitrlliiituil tnwurd the mosiullo cam-
AicordliiR to well-aiitbeiitleateil re
pot Is. the Hbipiiera have mi lihu Dial
Hie remain, ineusurcil by (lie actual
work ilium Inward cllminutlii:,' tjje
inosiiulto. have not been tuiiiirliiiit
ciiiiurIi to Jiiktlfy tin, eotilluii.iiiit' of
the niuntbly oitlrtliiitlftii. nnd Its wlth
ilrntviil Is wild to be only a mutter of
linn iiiiIixm u ilmjim- in sciitlini'tit
The Niillonul Clonk and Hull Manu
lii. 'Hirers liuvii coiiipleli l liiiu.il down
Hie Iiulildn und luirein kirl mid hui'Ii
I tier fnttkbili fiiioiM r Oris., and will
liiue nothing to do "lili Mivlr iiiiinu
raelure Thev b.ive Ismim! tho llutri
lul Ihe 'uJilllllllN I ill Hie lllllllnv Hinil
iiiei'' und say Him xkll'l u will he fuller
Hum I ur suw lliiiu
CITY TRAN8FER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
News Received With Satisfaction By Shipping Interests
John Ena Loaded With Sugar and Awaits Crew Before
Sailing for the East Coast (Vlauna Loa Here With Di
versified Products of Hawaii.
Tho rjuarnntlno heretofore Imposed
hy tho Dulled Slates Marino hospital
and iiiiaratitlne service at Honolulu
will bo lifted on Monday May IStli,
Is tho clicorlitR Hows that Is embodied
In u cablegram received (Ills morning
hy Dr. Carl Humus, In charge of tho
Tho cable received from Washing-.
Ion reads ns follows:
"Dlsconlliiuo outgoing quarantine' to
Pacific coast pit tho twentieth day
.after last case Is reported."
Hy record from tho Territorial
Hoard of Health the last cato of chol
era was irportcd on April '.'Slh.
In obeying tho mandate Hint comes
from Washington the Kedernl author
ities heio will therefore lift tho exist
ing quarantine on next Monday, pro
vided of coiiisc, Hint no now caso of
Infectious disease breaks out In tho
Tho-novvs of Iho near abolishment
of tho onerous regulation which caus
ed extra work to shipping agents was
tecclvcd with much satisfaction this
morning. Its observance means that
thcio will he no ntoro restriction
against visits to the wharves from
which sleamers depart Tor Pnclllo
coast or other points. It will sound
tho death knell lo the elimination of
fjowcrt at steamship dcpurlnrc3
Thcro will bo no further need for a
careful examination of haRgiiRo ami
Iho personal effects of outgoing pas
Soma days ngo iho embargo on
Inter-Island shipping hail bccn lifted.
Tho raising of Iho bars that served
In hnmiicr coastvvlso passenger traf
fic will bo tho last niovo Inwards res
toring tho port of Honolulu to lis for
It Is hcllevoil lint with the cheer
ful outlook Inkcn by Hie Washington
authorities wilt have something lo do
Willi the lifting of the ban ngalnsl sea
bathing within the district of Hono
lulu now being enforced by Iho Tcnl-
torlul Hoard of Health.
Quarantine Men Will Go Some.
Within thrco weeks the new forty
foot gasoline launch assigned to tho
local qunrairtlno officers will be plac
ed In commission. Tho vessel was
brought down from tho coast In tho
Pacific Mall steamship Siberia. Sonto
minor alterations will hnvo to bo
made heio before Iho now vessel is
ready for service demanded of t by
Iho medical officers who meet tho
ships nt tho quarniitlno anchorage.
Tho now vessel represents tho Int
cst and highest typo of launch In'uw
In Iho navy today. It was built .il
Marc Island navy yard and Is forty
feet In length. The vesnel has les
beam Hum Iho O.iliu at present In
service wllh the Marine hospital. Tho
launch Is ruppllcd with n small cabin
forward ami a larger olio aft. It m
propelled tliriuiali the waler by Iho
nb of a roily horso power Murray &
Tiejjurllia engine giving Iho now vos
ril about twice Iho amount of power
.is tho Oahu. Tho sinff of medical of
ficers bellovo that with tho going jnto
commission of h0 now lnnnch
they will no longer he subject to Iho
humiliation of being awarded the
lncdaliaii for slow speed lo and from
It Is the Intention of Dr. Carl Itn
mils, to keep Iho Oahu, which js pro
pelled by moans of a steam cnglno.
for a iciiorvo. Thcro Is n necessity
for n second vessel should at any
llmo (hero bo an epidemic lequlrlu,;
tho enforcement of a strict quaran
tine. Again tho extra vessel will bo
uvnllahlo for snrvlco with Iho llouril
of Health In doing patrol duly In har
bor or off Iho port.
Mules and E.xplr.ilves.
It came near being u mail revel
that iiluetv-iilne head of rrolicMiiu.',
W.C. Peacock &Co.? Ltd,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouno Wines
Rnlo Aflonts MumnVs Champnnno
mules and horses Indulged In upon
tflllchlnc lerrn flrfnii nTlnr nn nlittit-
illlt ii'icnnrm t.w,i Fr...,. Cntillln I.. ,li..l
...... ,'..v.r.U .4.J.... ,,.,111 u... .,, ,.,v
Matson Navigation sleuiniM Hyndes.
The four fooled passengers arrived
from Iho roast In Hie ImmI of condi
tion. The weather was such that Iho
vessel rode very str.iilv. Tho Hyndes
brings n large consignment of fuel In
the, form of gasoline (here being 1000
drums nnd fno barrels of Hie oil. Sup
plies amount In;; to Fcvcral thousand
Ions arrived In Hie vessel Iho gi cater
part being Intruded for tho local
quarlermastcr department. Tho ani
mals vvero to huvo been shipped bv
Iho transport Dl now out of com
mission. A hundred Ions of knocked
ilowii ai my wagons were Included In
Hie Height for nrmj po.ils. The Hy
ndes hrlngrt cargo for Island peril
nnd It Is tho present Intention o dis
patch the vessel Tor Pint Alleii and
Knhuliil lopiorrow evening. Tho ves
sel will tnko on sugar at Island ort
only ns nonu will he supplied at Ho
Many Aw?lt Sailing of Honolulan.
Much credit Is due Mossrs. Drew
and Armstrong of the local Matson
Navigation agency over Hie excellent
manner In which passengers nnd Ihelr
effects were handled at tho wharf
prior to thy' Hailing of l)io steamship
Honolulan for San Francisco this
morning. The arrangement nt Iho
wharf was ns well nenr perfect ns
could he devised. Thcro was pleasing
absence of confusion. Tho lower end
or iho structure was restricted to on
ly those who either had engaged pas
sage In tho Hoiiolulnii or had husl
neti with tho vessel.
Tho Honolulu!! Hailed promptly on
tlmo taking forty-eight passengers in
her sp'ii.iotis cabins. The holds vvcio
filled with 7600 tons sugur and about
loo Ions general cargo and sundries
Two lions, which llgureil In Iho
performance given at ono of tho local
theatres were put aboard at an early
hour this morning. Tho Territorial
hand played a program of pleasing
airs for Hie delectation of outgoing
Mnuna Loa Brought Much Sugar.
The greater part or Iho cargo
brought to Iho port rroin Kona and
Knit ports by the Muuna Iia this
this morning consisted of sugar. Tho
freight list Included cows, turkcyji,
horses, pigs. II cnitcs chickens, ;:i
head nil He, M hunches bananas, 21
bales hides. 110 pieces ktwr lumber,
liJD sucks rolfee, K! crates plnoapplos,
21 balch sl'.il and (i32 r.ncks sugar.
Purser Sheldon reports smooth
:cus and light winds am windward
Hawaii. It was much rougher wllh
r.lning northeast winds as Iho vessel
crossed Hie Hawaii channel. Tho
steamer In might a number of cabin
and deck passengers.
Honor Memory of J. Mort Oat.
Klags Hew nt hair nijis't fiom sev
eral vessels In Honolulu harbor yes
terday and today In memory of J.
Mort Oal who for many years has
been Identified with the shipping und
business luleicslu ut Iho port.
Tho death of Mr. Oal. takes away
a man who was held In high esteem
among shipping men of Honolulu. For
some tlmo past ho leproscnled Iho
local Merchants' Uxchango which sup
plied Iho business community wllh a
eiedlluhlc list of cabled Information
concerning tho movements of deep
Jflhn Cni) Loaded Ready for Sea.
Tho big American ship John Fun
luu been supplied wllh nhnut S.IOO
tons sugar nnd tho last sacks wore
nliicrul nboard Hils morning and Iho
vessel will now bo hagloil In the
st i 'inn The John ICiin Is ready for
hea ami will pinhahly get nvvny for
tho ICast const of Iho Unllcil plates
on Sunday morning according to Iho
present calculations of Captain 01
epiiJ The vessel Is expected to sail
with n while crow. This Important
mnltcr Is receiving allcnllon front Iho
sklpperjlit iho present time.
Sonar on Knual.
IfVpnrls on fllo at Hie nfllco of tho
Inter-Island Hlenm Navigation Com
pany show the following consign
ments of sugur awaiting shlpiiicnt on
Kauai: M. A. K. r,l.02; (I. & t, 1370;
Mcll. 37.SS2; K. H. M. 100; K. K. 11.
CSr.0; K. 8. Co. .BOOO; M. S. Co, 21.
000; K. P. TilSO; "P. I 17.Gr.!; O. K
Mall Has Reached the Mainland.
Tho mall foi warded from hero by
the Japanese liner (Jhlyo Mnrn on
May r.lh arrived at 'Ban Kraiiclscn
vcslerday according lo n cable that
has been received heicby Iho local
branch of the Merchants' Kxchiinge.
Welch Will Take Sugar.
It Is expected that the bark Andrew
Welch will have finished discharging
general cargo and explosives nnd
lake on a' shipment of sugar and bo
ready lo return to San, Kraiiclscn hv
the last of this month.'
Nllhau to Return with Sugar.
According to resirt brought by
Purser Sheldon of the steamer .Ma
nna I ,n.i the Inlei-Island steamer N'l
ban will complete Inking on sugar at
Mnliiikona tomorrow gulling for Ho
nolulu iho ramo day.
Thetis Taking on Supplies.
Tlie tender Pioneer was alongside
Ihe United Slates Revenue Ciltlor
Thetis this morning, the government
vessel being given a supply of waler
pieparntnry lo nailing for a cruise lo
tho outlying bird Islands.
A hlpmcnt of coal fiom Newcastle,
N. S. W , by the American schoivner
lloroalls Is due lo arrive nt tho purl
at any time. The vessel is now sov-cnty-ono
Tlw American barkcntlno S. C. Al
len Is twenty-two days from (Iraytt
Harbor wllh u shipment of lumber
consigned to Allen & Robinson of thU
Per slnir. Manna l.on, from Kona
and Kau ports. May 12 S. Y. Whang,
II. II. Allen, C. nolle, Mrs. .1. D. Pa
ris. .1 A. Miigulrc. W. 11. Orcciiwo'l
ltcv. U D. Wnllnce, .ft C. Smith, Mrs.
Gllmore, W. Alston, It. Conant, J. M.
Poopoc, It R. Ilnttellc. Alex. Nelson,
8. Joy, Mrs. Ahlo, ,. M. Prcscott, S,
Is. Mooklul, Sagnguchl.
Per slmr. Honolulan for San Kran
elseo. May 12. Robert Hiillnn, Mis.
Robert Huttnn nnd child, Mrs. Henry
lllckncll, Mrs. N. It Wcer. Mrs. K.
Stone, Miss Kmma Harrington, Mrs.
(1. M. Mngniiler. H. It Mist, A. Up
plncotl, Miss It 1". Mist Mrs. II. W.
Mist. Mis. W. T. Popo and child. Mrs.
It J. lAird, Mrs. K. H. Ileggrcn, II.
Lord, J. D. Sibley, Mrs. J. I). Sibley,
A. K. Knuditrn, Mrs. A. K. Kiiiidson,
O. P. Caslle. It. IJ. White. Mrs. It. II.
White, W. A. Paul, Henry Dearborn,
It It. Shaw, W. O. Clark. Mrs. W. 0.
Claik, Hon. J. K. Knmnnnulu, Mrs. J.
K. Knmanoulii II. A. Willis, Mnrston
Campbell. 11. II. Ilurrclt. James Gultd,
Mrs, James Guild, C. A. Ilruiis, It P
PASflENGERS BOOKED I
Per slinr. Mnuna Kea, for Hllo via
way ports, Mav 10. C. I). Collins,
Mrs. Collins, W. R. Hough. Miss M.
J. Koarnny, M. It. Juiiiloi.on, W. K.
Mntllii. T. Wi Taylor, A. Mason, Mr.
and Mrs. Durstan, Kritesl (llcseekr,
Chas. Ilarron. I. II. Jones, A. J. Sllva.
C. M. Illalsilell, It A. Soillhworlh,
Per iilmr. W. (1. Hall, ror Knual
porls. May 11. Hans Isrlibcrg. J. O.
'Young, II. S. Walker, I). M. Carmen,
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
ThurMliij, Mil) II.
SAN KHANC1SCO - Sailed May 10: S.
S. China, ror Honolulu; S. S. Wll-
heliiiiiia, for II ilulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed May 10: 8. S.
Mongolia, for Honolulu.
SKATTLi; -Sailed May 10: 8. 8.
Virginian, for Hoiioiiilu.
SAN KUANCISCO Arrived Muy II:
S. H. Chiyo Muru, henco May D.
NEXT MONDAY NGHT
Tho management of tho Independ
ent Theater plans u big opening for
Iho night sports which will occur
next Monday ut Athletic Park.
Ilealdes Iho Japanese wrestlers,
which will be tho main ullructlon,
there will ho blcytiu und running
races us well us other stunts to give
variety lo tho program.
The statement published In yester
day's II u 1 1 o 1 1 u lo Iho olfect that
I fill toil Stutes Judge Clemous whs
disqualified lo sit In Hie cases arising
out of tho stranding of Hie ship Cel
tic Chief because of tho fact 'that be
was of counsel in llm caso befoie his
appointment to Hie bench was based
upon n statement nuulii lo u leporler
for Hid II ii 1 1 o 1 1 ii yesterday morn
ing by Mr Weaver of llm linn or Ma
goiill ft Weaver Hlllie the III in
liullleil Is Interested III the case II Has
Imunniihly presumed Hint Hie suite
liiitlll was iiHTi'ii all hough It uiivv up
peui's Hull Judith l.'li'iimns is not di
qiialllli'il mill Hull ha wil mil nm
llBiied wlili tliu east
Thursday, May 11.
San Kranelseo via Scatllo Hyades,
M. N. 8. S 3 p. in.
Friday, May 12.
lOuin and Kau pot ts Mnuna Loa,
stnir., n. m.
Thursday, May 11,
San Kialiclsco Oco. It Hillings
Am. nchr., I p. in.
Knual ports W. (1. Hall, slmr., 5
Hawaii -ports Iwiilanl, stnir., 5 p.
Secretary McClellan Explains
In Letter Written to
An explanation of why Iho War
Dcpai fluent did not have unit-era from
Ihe Hawaiian National Guard attend
tho maneuvers on the Mexican bor
der Is, contained In n letter received
from GeorRo McK. McClellan, sccrc
tuiy to Delegate Ktihlo, hy Governor
Kioar this moinlng.
In tho course of tho letter McClel
"The Department says that all tho
militia olllccrs west of Iho west lino
of Kansas who have been sent at all,
liavo been onleicd to tho Infantry
maneuvers at Los Angeles, and not to
the larger operations In Texas. If
Hawaii had been ordered to partici
pate, her quoin would only have been
two men, and those two would of
course liavcliccn sen! to Iis Align
bjs. Now Hid numbers of men partici
pating In tho maneuvers In Southern
California Is very small In fact lcs-j
than will take part In the maneuver:!
on Oahu. Therefore there did not
seem to ho good reason why militia
men from Hawaii should ho ordered
over lo California.
"Army men tiro deeply Interested In
our mllltla, and there Is no doubt Unit
If the California operations hud been
on a Eufllclciilly large scalo to Justify
It. our quotn of men would huvo been
ordered over to participate."
(Continued from Page 1)
The hydrogriiphlc suryey is In
creased rroin J5O00 o $10,1100 a year,
Governor Krcar explaining the In
ciease by Iho statement that more
money must be available or the ser
vice would be weakened materially.
Tho Topographic Survey Is allotted
$10,000 n year, tho service having ac
complished much for the Territory.
Minor appropriations under tho
conservation fund nro $815 for for
est rcscrvo, fencing nnd planting;
$C500 for the Kohula reserve; and
$6000 for tho inspections of plants
und trees passing betweon tho Is
lunds. Tho appropriation for (ho Im
portation ol parasites to combat local
pests Is witlibcld but tho Governor
stales that It will probably Ui made
in the near future.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record May 11, 1911.
From 10i30 a. m. to 4l30 p. m.
Apahil Oplo to See Till Will 'n A I,
All Sain Ap.ihu lo .See Till W.il
Co A Ij
Kiiiii I'iiiii Till ct ill to See T.il
Will Co I)
Apnllll Kltil Till lo See Till Will Co I,
.Sen Tal Wul Co lo Kaiicolie Rice
Mill Co Ltd M
N'lli Hagen mid wf lo John It Stone
Mail.i 111 ode lo Geo V Jaklus and
(tcorge V Jaklus and wf lo Kal-
mukl I-i ml Co Mil IJ
li oil II. ml, on mul wf to T M
Church ct at I)
John II irAlincld.i to P , 10 It
J Alfred .Magooii mid wf to Mary C
K Miikoiiii I)
Knliniikl liud Co Ltd lo J II Craig I)
J II Craig and wf to Kalinukl I-ind
Co l.tfl M
Mutual IHiIk ti l.iwin Hney or, II l.ld
to Chill Ii-m A Illdlnger Itcl
Cliiiiles A HldhiRer mid wf to T r-
rllory of lluwnl I)
Ilawn Comri'l & Sugar Co to c
Ilrewer & Co Ltd I)
Chariot Lovsliiil and wf to Kuluuipu
Agrell Co Ltd r
David llrny und wf to William O
hmllh , Aildn I'hg
Entered for Record May 12, 1911.
From S30 a. m. to 10i30 a. m.
Pleire Jlaloii und wf In Joe K
Mr J Uuuiia Lewis lo Lul Ah Kum . I,
William II Castle, tr. lo Ihuiiia I
Miibl '... . n.d
Wllllnm It Castle, tr, to Dehorn K
-nr-T-BULLE-IlN ADS PAY-J
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
Management of Independent Thoaler
Sword Dancing, ,
and Photo Plays
PRICKS General adinls.don, lie. Mc,
;6c and t0i
MONDAY, MAY IS, 7(30 P. M.
Ceremony Simple But Pres
ents Rich Enough for
NKW YORK. April 20. Jay Gould
second son of tho railroad magnate,
and Miss Annie Douglas Graham, only
daughter of Mrs. Herbert Yos, were
man Icil this nftcinoon nt I o'clock at
St. Thomas Chinch.
The llov. Krnent M. Stlres, rector of
tho church, ofllciatcd at tho wedding,
tho third in the Gould family within
Tlio bride was given In ninrrlago hj
her stepfather, Hubert Vos, and Klng-lo-i
Gould, Iho bridegroom's hi oilier
wns best num.
The floral decorations of the church
were pink and white.
MrB. Snowdcn Kiihncstock nnd Iho
Mlssos Mnrjorlo Whltlock and Anlti
Van Dyke attended the bride, who hi
a young woman of attractive person
ality ni'tt endowed with much beauty
of tho dusky type, which Indlcales
her Hawaiian ancestry.
Owing to the recent 'death or an
auntyof Hie bible. Mine. Monsarrat,
Mrs. Vos' sister, Iho affair was a
quiet olio. Until at the chinch ami
Iho reception at tho home or Mrs. Vos
Invitations were limited to the icla
tlves ami the most Intimate friends of
l-nrd nnd Lady Dccles, the latter a
sister of Hie bridegroom, wero not
piesent, hut nil the other linmcdlaio
lelallvcs of tho Gould family woro In
The bride Is (wenly-two jears of
age. Her mother, before her mar
riage to John Douglass Graham, boro
tho name of Kalkilanl Coney. Aflcr
the death of Graham, who was of a
prominent New York family. Iho
bildo's mother married Hubert Vos,
Ihe well-known portrait painter.
Young Gould I. also twenty-two mid
Is Internationally famous as it Icuni
Alter tho reception the young cjni
plo left for the Adirondack:! ror their
honeymo'tn. They will go to Knr.lnnl
later as the. gnosis of Lord aim l.adv
Dccles (Vivian Gould).
The wedding piesenls which nro
costly and numerous, weio not dis
played. Jny Gould's girt to his bride
wain a house, which Is lo lie elected
III Klflh avenue and where the du
ple will reside upon Ihelr return from
iiluoad In the midsummer.
Olllceis of the Kirth Cavalry gavo
an enjoyable dunce at Schollcltl llar
lucks lasl evening and pearly nit Iho
olllcnrs In and around Honolulu look
tlie trip out to Ihe big post to bo
The danco was Rlvon by Jliose olll
ccrs of tho jeglmenl who arc promot
ed by tho recent increase of Hie num
ber or olllcnrs in (he urniy ns provid
ed In t)io hill passed by Ihe last Con
gress, and nil thnso who wont rroin
Honolulu report a pliiisaut evening
Practically all or the visitor.; mot
ored out from town.
Sugar on Windward Hawaii.
IMiikoi- Sheldon of Iho steamer Ma
lum l.ou returning from Komi and
If (in polls roporls the following sug
ar awaiting shipment Piinaluu lltou,
llonuiiiKi W Kulliia ir.no.
asv ,. j