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I.inlil ('liii)liT 'o. 'J
lliniiiliilii Tlilrd Degree.
Hawaiian First Hi grii'.
All visiting merabern of tit
Order are cordially liiTlted to
attend meetings ot local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at' K. V. Hall
7:30 P. M.
UARINE ENGINEERS' S a.o
BENEFICIAL AVIATION. ciaUon. cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knight ot
Pythias Unit. Visiting brothers cor
flally Invited to attend.
31. FOSTER, Sachem.
B. V. TODD, C. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE, MO, "J?. 0. E.
Metta on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Brretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles tre Invited to at
Wad. OEO. A. DAVIS W. P.
WM C. McCOY, Sec
HONOLULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodes No. CIS, B. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Druthers, are cordially
Invited to attend.
d p n. isnNBKita, n. n.
1 oi:o T KI.UF.aEL, Sec.
WM. MoKINLEY L0DOE. 2f0. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla, Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend. F. T. KILBEY, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. It. 8.
Broken lomurf replaced quick and
Special Irnxes ground to ordc.
Uioken frnme-H lepulred promptly.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building - - Fort Struct
Over Muy & Co.
LATEST SJYLES IN SAILORSB
COLORED AND BLACK
MILTON &. PARSONS
otel Street, opposite Young
When Building a
Put In your house the most con
venient and economical arrange
ment for HEATING THE BATH.
8un Heat Costs "Nothing. For In
formation and prices of "Balti
more SUN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW, P. O. Box
669, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
Masonic Ilulldlng, corner Hotel nnd
The best Lenses In town (o fit every
STENCIL PATTERNS and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Th Bulletin telephone numbers
have not been changed with the loca
Hon of the paper. They remain the
tame as printed In the telephone directory-Business
office, 2256) editorial
It goes without Baying that every
tiling Is Dust at The Encore.
The llnwull Promotion Committee
will meet this nftcrnoon ut 3 30
(Jay's and Joe Kalana's Locomobile
can be found at the Auto Livery;
l'liono 1320. ,
The Wuterhouso company will han
dle the distribution of promotion lit
euituro In Slnguporo,
Alt nf the toitrimnient tennis irnmea
to lie plned today will be pulled off
mi the lleretnnlu courts
There's many a Boiled but good lint
thruwu away that should llnd its way
to The Expert Hat Cleaners.
Work Is ubout half completed on
tlie Honolulu School for Uoys that
Principal Illuckmun Is pushing,
If you want a good job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St
John It. Bergstrora, Piano and Or
gan Tuning and Repairing. Masonic
Templo. Telephone 20C7. P. O. Box
C F. Illnehart was granted a dt
vorco this morning from Merle Hlne-
hurt by Judge Itoblnson on the ground
Workmen ore busy tearing out nnd
remodeling tho Interior of the former
Oat & Mossmuu stationery shop on
A discontinuance was filed this
morning by William Wallace Dials
del! in his action for divorce against
Made M. Illalsdell.
There will lie a golf competition at
thn Country Club on Sunday, May 21,
at 10 u. in Medal piny, postponed from
April 2.1, will take place.
Charles A. Stnnton, of the Knlmukl
I.ind Company, reports rapid prog
ress on the various beuutlful drhe
ways under construction,
Joseph Homan, hat cleaner, 122
Beretanla SL, next to lira station,
guarantees all his work. Hats called
for and delivered. Phono 1G57.
Fresh California fruits und vegeJ
tables nnd "Puritan" Creamery but
tur by the S, S, I.urllno. tomorrow
Henry "May ft Co., Ltd. Tclophono
A divorce was granted this morning
to Klnl Hauhca from Puu Hauheo on
the ground of extreme cruelty, hnlr-
pulling being among the allegations
Governor Frear received a letter
from LI Kwnng Heng yesterday, stat
ing that the latter has been appointed
Chlnesu Consul nnd has entered upon
the duties ot his office.
A talkfe8t wus held yesterday be
tween tho Collector of Internal Hevo
nu nnd representatives from corpor
ations that ure reported delinquent in
the Federal corporation tax.
Judge Itoblnson has set June 24 iw
tho date for hearing the petition ot
the Trent Trust Company for ullow
unco ot Its accounts as administrator
ot the estate of Joo Kukllm.
The Carnegie library bids will be
forwarded on the "Mongolia to Arch
itect Henry Whitfield In New York,
and the successful bidder will prob
ably bo determined In New York.
A decree of divorce was signed by
Judga Itoblnson this morning sever
ing tho matrimonial bonds between
Juana Pacheco and Manuel Pacheco,
Munuel did not provido for his wife.
Secretary 11. P. Wood of the Hawaii
Promltlon Commltteo reports that the
Hun all exhibit ut the big missionary
exposition In Doslon Is producing
splendid results from an advertising
The Until In the Stewart Cup com
petition, between Frank Armstrong nnd
Charles Weight, will bo played on 8un
day, the 21st Tho winner will hold
tho cup ono year. Cup nfust bo won
three times for final possession.
W 11 HUailES, tho well known
musician who left a few weeks ago,
Is located In California und will prob
ably not letum.
FRANK B, CltAIQ, who came to tho
Islands to recruit labor, expects to
leave for the Coast shortly upon up
proyul of now bonds by tho Supreme
M. UltASCH, manager of Whitney
& Marsh, will leave on tho Wllhel
mlna for a combined business und
pleasure trip to various mainland
P W MII.VEUTON, deputy City
nnd County Attorney, will leave for
Koua next week to resume the trlul
of Scott ugalnst the Kouu Develop
aCOKaH It. WALSH, of Pendleton,
Ore., has wiltten friends stntlug that
he would like to try breeding horses
on the Islands for use In the Philip
pines. Ho wus onru a tourist visitor
STAFFORD HEAPV, conductor on
thn Itiipld Transit, celebrated his
birthday today by applying for his
llrst cltluushlp impel h lleupy Is anx
ious In siihstlliiin the I) H Constitu
tion for King (leorge V
Capt Hvelyn IlrlUKs lluldwln suys
do will load uiMillnir Aii.lln oxpoillikm
hi I win, fusion his ship Id mi l Hi")
mill ill HI in lliu I'nlu,
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
Representing Japanese Government They Arc En Route to
Reru Buyo Maru Here for Coal Barkentine Hawaii to
Be Fumigated Mongolia Off the Port at 2 0'Clock.
Four Japanese, tho, appointees of the
Japanese government to Inquire Into
tho condition ot Immigrants from tho
Mikado's realm to Peru nnd other
South American republics are Jour
neying to the great Southern contin
ent as passengers In tho Toyo Klsen
Kalsha steamer Iluyo Mnru, which Is a
visitor to the port today
While here, the Jupaneso havo been
shown every courtesy. They are on
nn extended lour and before return
ing to Japan, they will have made ex
haustive research Into labor condi
tions wherever Japanese subjects havo
The commission remained rather
non-committal concerning tho present
jiollcy of the Jnpancso government In
the regulation ot migration of Japan
ese to Hawaii or In fact any other
country save Peru.
The Jupaneso government Is said
to look very closely nfter tho Inter
ests ot the subjects of tho omplro
who reside abroad. Thero Is claimed
tabo over seven thousand Japanese
In tho consular district of Lima, Peru.
It Is to become familiar with their
condition, labor and wages that the
Investigations ara being made at fre
It Is believed that so long as tho
Japanese confine their energies to the
sugar and rubber estates ot Peru they
are not likely to arouse the Jealousy
nnd antipathy of tho natlvo Peruvian.
The first Japanese Immigrants to Po
ru were sont out In 1899, so that tho
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recent years. The total number of
these Immigrants ln"Pbru on Dec. 31,
1909, waB G.104 men and 231 womon
Of this number tho vast majority of
men aro employed on tho sugar es
talcs, only about 300 being engaged
In gathering rubber, and 100 wora
working on cotton plantations. Tho
wages which Induced these laborers
to emigrate to n country so far dls
tant from their natlvo land sconi
small namely, ono soul, equivalent
to CO cents per day. Lately tho wages
hnvo been slightly raised, and on sug
ar estates and cotton plantations tho
pay Is now about G5 cents, or possi
bly a trlflo less. In the rubber dis
tricts they nro paid more, nnd they
earn about $1.25 for n day's hard
woik. The cost of living, howover, In
tho rubber country Is higher. Tho
rubber hands aro paid by tho piece,
ubout 30 cents per lb. of rubber col
lected. Negotiations nro pending for
raising the rates paid (or rubber gath
ering. Excepting In tho rubber dis
tricts, It is rather difficult to .sou
wherein the Japanese laborer Im
proves his condition, after taking Into
consideration tho money paid for hi
passage from Tokyo to tho i)lnt
where his service nre required In
Peru. . '
Also on board tho Iluyo Mnru Is
a delegation of Chinese business men
who ure going to look over tho Soulji
Ameilcun countries with on eye to es
tablishing various lines of business.
Buyo Maru Here for Coal
About seven hundred tons of coal will
bo supplied the Japanese steamer
Iuyo Maru before that vessel sails
for Central and South Amerlcun
ports. The steamer arrived at Chan
net wharf at eleven o'clock this morn
ing nfter what Is roported a fine trip
across the Pacific. Tho Buyo sailed
from Yokohama on Muy Clh. Sho
brings no passengers or freight for
During the brlof stay of tho vessol
at tho port an opportunity was glvon
tho olghteon cabin passengers to visit
tho city. Included In tho company Is
a party ot Japnncso government rep
reseutntlvcs ami n delegation ot Chi
neso business men.
Mr. Alex Tnylor n professional till
Hard playor Is rounding out a tour of
W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouno Wines
Solo Agents Mumm's Champagno
( Sohlitz Bonr
BRIEF CALL AT HONOLULU
tho world and cxccts to participate
In a tournament at llucnos Ayres ami
other South American cities,
Thn peculiar appearing steamer Id
well laden with cargo. In her capa
cious holds she Is carrying S300 tons
freight consisting mainly ot rlco and
In tho stecrngo hound for various
ports of cnll are one hundred nnd
seven Asiatic passengers.
It. P. Matey nnd his family nro
Chileans who aro heavily Interested
lu mining and also rubber plantations.
Mongolia Off Port at Two O'clock.
Tho Pacific Mall liner Mongolia
with nineteen hundred tons Oriental
cargo taken on board ut Manila,
Hongkong nnd Japan ports for dio
chnrgo at Honolulu Is duo to nrrlve
off tho port at two o'clock this after
noon. The vessel Is bringing a largo
list of through cabin passengers. t
According to reports fioni II. Hack-
feld and Company tho local agents,
the vessel will havo room for but fif
teen cabin passengers from this port
when she sails for Snn Francisco at
ten o'clock fomorrow morning. Tho
Mongolia Is believed to be bringing a
number of Filipinos for local planta
tions. The Mongolia will dock at Ala
A large portion of the present liar
bor dredging contract Is completed
und the Hawaiian Dredging Company
hits cause fur congratulation that tho
most difficult part of the work Is com
pleted. A largo 'amount of coral was
dislodged by blasting which has oc
cupled the attention of the contrac
tors for many weeks past. Tho new'
est portion of the harbor has been
freed from corul rock to a uniform
depth of dbout thirty-five feet. Tills
section will not bo gone over with n
dredge in order to permit the entrance
of the, largest, vessels now calllug at
the iort. I,
Marine Railway Out of Water.
The crado of tho local marine rail
way has been hauled out of the water
to sulllclent distance that more speedy
repairs can bo made of tho chalu and
buckle. Tho work Is believed will
require somo weeks, to complete. Tho
schooner Kldorado was to have gone
on tho railway but tho accident that
occurred on last Saturday prevented
thnt veseel being cleaned ami re
Hawaii for Fumigation.
Tho American barkentlno Hawaii H
being fumigated at the quarantine
whaif today, preparatory to sailing fur
tho coast. Captain Wlkander has been
having considerable troublo In B0cnr:
tng a suitable craw to man tho ship.
Scvcrnl men signed on tho articles
claimed to havo been receiving In
sufficient food and left tho vessel.
Andrew Welch at Fort Street.
The bark Andrew Welch has been
shifted to tho' foot of Fort street to
discharge n quantity- of brick ami oth
er cargo brought here from San
Francisco, This vessel Is to tako r.n
a shipment of sugar and Is expected
will get nwny for the coast on or
about May 25th. The Welch may
tako a few passengers.
Flaurenco Ward at Railway Wharf.
Tho little cablo supply schooner
Flamence Ward was shifted from the
foot of Fort street to the Hallway
wharf yesterday there to complote the
discharge 'of a quantity of fine sand
that is brought to Honolulu with each
trip of tho pchooner.
Ancient Mariner to Alaskan Trade,
The old Uruguayan ship Glory of tho
Sous lias been sold nt auction by
lllnkfon Sitltlall, marshal ot tho ail
mlrnlty court, to satisfy tho claims of
bcrthel Peterson and' others of the
crew for wages. The sale" price wb
(4,050 nnd the buyers were J. C. John
son and II. C. Strong of Seattle. The
Qlory of the Sous Is a well known
sailing vessel which for jears carried
coal from British Columbia ports to
San Fmnclsco. She Is 208.8 feet long,
44.1 feet beam nnd draws 26 feet, with
20 feet depth of hold. Sho was built
or oak at Hath, Me. With this sale of
the vessel ends a promised Ventura In
revive trade to the South Sea Islands.
Captain McDonnell, nn old South sen
trader, came to Victoria some months
ago and with Arthur Fellowes pur
chased tho Qlory of the Seas nnd tho,
Hesper, which were to be used to ent
ry lumber to tho southern isles and
brlni? back hardwood from tho Solo
mons. Tho Hesper was sold some
time ago to satisfy claims of Hall Bro
thers, shipbuilders, for repairs. It Is
understood the new purchasers Intend
to use tho dlory of the Sens which U
lying nt fisqulmalt In the Alaskan
trade from the sound.
j DEPARTEO T
Kauai ijortB W. O. Hnll, atmr., u
Per M.,N S. H. WlUielmlnn, for San
Francisco, May 24 Ilralnard Smith,
Mrs. Brainard Smith and child. Miss
A. B. Houser, Mrs. L C. Houser, Miss
K. Wnldron,- T. B. McDonald, W. II
Powers, J. H. Scblesswohl, j, jj.
Wale. T. Waldron, J. Walter Doyle,
Dd. Wobher, A. Z. HIrsch, D. A. Mc
Carthy, H. Hotai, W. II. Stone, C. F.
Sprlnks, Mrs. Carolina Burger, Mrs.
V.. Davlds6n, Miss Ousslo Schadt, I..
Schweitzer, Mrs. L. Shweltzor, W. S.
Nlcoll. Mrs. W. S. Nlcoll. Mr, nnd
Mrs. Foster, Mr. Paulsen, J. II. Sop
er, H. Youigor, Clement Goo On, P.
I Weaver, W. M. Madden, Mrs. Scott
Nlcoll, James Nlcoll, It. W. Sweet,
Allen Jaeger, Mrs. Allen Jaeger, M.
Brasch, Mrs. il. Brasch, Miss M. B.
Hitchcock, Miss M. M. Yodor, Mlsi
V. Anker, I,. Dlnkclspcl!,, Mrs. U Din
kelspoil, II. A. Giles, Mrs. II. A. Giles
and child, Miss Bells Mulch, Mrs. U.
a Cuuhn, W. J. Whltnoy, H. II.
Adams, Carl Bergfrlcd, J. IC. Jaeger.
Mrs. J. E. Jaeger, Miss M. C. Allen,
Mrs. C. Allen, Mrs. J. Gomespestano
Mrs. A. D. Skinner, Miss F. Hoffman,
Mrs. M. Anderson, Mrs W. T. Pogue
nnd two children, James Blcknell,
Mrs. James Blcknell, MpTsPogue, MUs
Mlkahala Awana. Miss D. Anker, Mrs.'
Ed. Wobbcr, Mrs. J. Wobbcr, Mrs. K.
Snow, Mrs. II. Dehrcns, Mrs. J. Nlxdh
and Infant, Win. Fitzgerald, Mrs.
Wm. Fitzgerald, It. Skelton, J. Mtuiro,
0. A. Bruns, D. T. Nichols, T. M.
Church. Carl Birgfrlod, Mrs. It. Skel
ton, Miss C. Castello, W. W. Low,
Mrs. W. W. Low, Marcus Jjlllson, p.
J. Billson, C. Hodge, n. I. Cudahy,
Mrs. E. I. Cudahy, J. A. Brltton, Mrs,
J. A. Brltton, E. D. Keefo, Mrs. V. D.
Keofe, Miss E. I.uescher Madame Im
hoff, Joseph Schwartz, Mrs. Joseph
Schwartz, Miss J. Schwartz, Mr. Ilusse
and party, W. D. Clark, Mrs. W. D.
Clark, Mrs. U McWnyne, Mrs. S. C.
Allen, Mrs. C. J. BIlson Mrs. J. A.
Mncfarlane, Mrs. II. G. Noonan, Miss
Wllholmlnn Tonney, Miss E. D. Ten-
noy. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Lowrey, Mr
und Mrs. A. F. Knudsen, J. T. Mc-
Crosson, Hon. Jonah Kalanlanaole,
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Goodfollow,
IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Friday, May 19.
SAN DIEGO May 18, p. in.: Balled
S. S. Mtssonrlan. for San Francisco.
SAN FltANCISCO May 18, 2:07 p.
m.: Sailed, Schr. W. H. Murston,
for Honolulu and, Pearl Harbor.
SAN ntANCISCO May 19f 3 p. in.:
Arrived, S. S. Houolulan (hence
HAVE TO Gft
Ono of the llrst steps In the new plnn
of cumpalgn for sanltutlon will be
under wny In a few days, when land In
the vicinity ot the gas works at Iwllel
Is to bs reclaimed und Improved under
un ugreemcnb between the Territorial
Bond of Health and the corporation
A number of Insanitary lmcks In the
vicinity of the gas works nro to tie torn
down, and the excavating work on tills
land will bo done by convict labor, tho
nrt,h being carted to low-lying goveriv
inont land"ln the vicinity. The govern
ment property will be tilled In and Im
proved and form one ot the links to
wurd tho goal of civic sanitation.
Saturday evening nt 8 o'clock nt
Charles it. Bishop hall, the Punnhou
Dramatic Club will present "Captain
Lottarblalr," ono of Marguerite Mer-
tngtou'n plays written especially for
tho famous uctor Sothern. Tho club
has been very tortunntcv'ln securing
permission to pioducu this play from
Daniel Frohmun, who holds tho acting
rights, Tickets may bo procured ut
the Honolulu Music Co. or at tho door.
A II ro thut broku out In u houso at
Pulumii Junction yestnrdiiy wus llrst
ueerlbod to tho nxploslon ut u gus
Btovo, but proved In liuvo lieyn mused
by u Jupuiiesa woman dropping u
lighted match In soiiiu paper. The
Iiiuh wus slight,
II u I lot tu l.'illlnrlul llooiii I'Iiiiiib
2185. II ii I If I hi llmlnt'M Oftliu
The Silk Stocking
It wns nlwnys so hard to find good
quality nt a fair price until wo dis
covered thlr. Jmomparable dollar line.
Now tho hurilest work wo havo Is to
ktcii supplied with sulllclent stock to
meet tho demand.
Our Silk Hosiery at Jl per pair sur
pasiei any other. Once worn t,hcy ure
always worn by ladles who appreciate
good style, good service, and economy.
We havo them In nil colors nnd Blzes.
Try n pair. You will send again.
All Packages $5 and over sent to the
"Islands'' Free of Charge
GRANT AVENUE AND QEARY? STREET - - 8AN FRANCISCO
' (Continued from Page 1)
standpoint of economy ns well as pub
lic health such a plan Is advisable,
He points out that the present drill
shed site Is not .large enough, that
condemnation proceedings to get ad
ditional land there will bo very cost
ly, and that even tho entire block
will not bo sulllclent for four regi
ments. "it seems to me that the Federal
government would make no mlstuko In
locating a post In this section," said
Mr. Judd this morning. "I?"glv.es am
plu room nnd blng between Fort
Armstrong, Camp Very and Fort De
Hussy would bo ndmtrably situated.
"Tho Federal authorities should al
so be willing to nld In tho sanitary
campaign. The land itself can bo
secured cheaply. It Is now nothing
but ponds nnd low ground, but could
readily be filled in, and the govern
ment could nt the same tlmo provide
Itself nn nrmy post site nnd Jc,nd Us
assistance to making tho lrt safe for
Its awn soldiers and for tho citizens
Army Man's Views. v
"It nil depends on whether General
Wood Is chief of stuff long enough, us
to whut kind or. a post,uJU be provided
lor iiuuuu now iiiui u hum ucen ue
elded to huve no pirmanent construe
tlon at Lellehuu," said Captain Ed
wards., constructing quartermaster, this
Captain Edwards stated that for tho
post two years ho hud been In Wash
ington ready at any moment to sturt
for Hawaii to commence construction
work, und that no detlulto plans could
The trouble with Lellehua was this,"
said Captain Edwards. "A board of
which General, then Colonel, Schuyler
was one number was appointed to bo
lett u situ nt Lellehuu for a largo cav-
utry post. Tho members of this board
coult' not agree, and for months nnd
months tho matter hung lire.
'Tart of tha board wanted n perma
nent camp located whero ,the troops uru
liuirtered now, and another part vfunt'
eil the camp nearer tho main road.
Failed to Agree.
The members could not agree, so
construction was put ott from time to
It wna the Idea of General Bell as
chief of stuff to havo a largo cavalry
post In Huwall. und could this bonrd
haw agreed on the exact site at Lel-
lehua the matter would have been set
tled and tho permanent buildings all
finished long before this time.
Now Qencral Wood comes In ns chief
ot htalT und has altogether different
Ideas from his predecessor In oll'cu.
"it Is tho Idea of tho present chief
to have a largo Infnntry garrison here,
und to that end barracks will be built
In ornear. tuwn, although I think noth
Ing dcllnlte has been decided upon.
"There has beon talk of the drill-
shed lot, for tho government owns part
of that now, hut I do not sen why
barracks should bo built hero any more
than In any other spot which Is near
the city and cuts down cost of the
transportation of supplies.
"if General Wood romalns chief of
stuff and thero nro no hitches from
this end. It Is likely that thero will bo
n largo Infantry gurrlnon here, and bar
racks muy be built to shelter 4000 men
Plans May Be Changed,
"It there should bo n chnngo In tho
chief ot staff, however, tho next innn
might go back to the cavalry Idea, nndj
Coney Garage , Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
and itnTAii.nns of uadie,
then tho .cavalry barracks would bo
built unless the Infantry program wns
nearly completed," ha concluded.
As to tho question ot a force of
12,000 men to be stntlnned In Hawaii.
Capialn Edwards stated It as his belief
thnt such a number of men would not
bo sent here for at least live years, If
The matter of qunrters for tho men
will tako n long time to decide, prob
ably, nnd Judging by tho past, when
Captain Edwards has been ready to
come to Hawaii for two years to begin
work, It Is not likely thut Hawaii will
neo any Increase In her garrisons for
threo yearh nt least, with tho exception
of tho men 6f tho coast nrtlllery who
come to man the big guns nt tho fortH
along the coat ns soon ns tho heavy
ordnance Is Installed.
QUIET DAY IN
A number of sules but a generally
quiet duy wns recorded on tho f.tock
market. Ouliu, Pioneer nnd Ewn were
the most popular stocks. Both Ouliu
und Ewn held to tha good price nt
which tho closed 'yesterday. On and
between bourds, 35 shures of Oahu sold
ni 30.7C, unci IS Eta went nt 3J.&0.
Onrimni nlxo had a Tittle play, selling
nt 42.50, n quarter of a point drop from
the last reported sale.
A gowl deal of pioneer was sold nt
i Tho Hawaiian exchange reports 10
pioneer sold nt 204. T'u same ex
change reports two blocks of Honolulu
Consolidated Oil, of 100 nnd 200 shares,
sold nt 1.98, but later In the morning
It dropped off half a point.
Thn exchange's nil quotations nro as
Honolulu Consolidated . . . 1.97
PurlsBlma f. .21
RUMORS TEACHERS MAY
GO "SrJORT" DENIED
There nro rumors thnt an extra ses
sion ot tho Legislature may be neces-,
sary to make up for un alleged over
sight of the 'Legislature in falling to
state specifically from whut fund tho
teachers' salaries shall come.
Superintendent W. T. Pope, of the
Department of Public Instruction,
says thero is no danger of any spec
ial session und that tho teachers are
euro of their money. Ha says that so
far ub he knows, the report Is noth
ing but a wild rumor.
Bishop McDowell, who nrrlved on
tho Puclllc: Mall liner Mongolia this
afternoon, will speak nt the Methodist
church, Deretanla and Victoria streets
this evening. All arc? most cordially
Tho Dole Pineapple Cannery Com
pany Is at present tilling a big order
for pineapple Ju'lce for n firm In Ger
many. Much new machinery bus been
added to the cannery that will great
ly relievo the tilling of big rush ord
ers thnt come during the Rummer
Wenklv ttulltl It per rear.
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