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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUE8DAY, MAY 23, 1911.
Honolulu S euiiil Degree.
Ilnttull.ui 'I hlnl Degree.
All vlsttlug members of Us
Order aro cordially invited to
attend meetings of local lodgfi
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
r X a a a t
.iintiir r-Miifrnpj mxwut v
MAninc r-nomtcrta n,, Aio
JtNEFICIAL A5Sor-IAT0. ciationi cor-
flfWAlIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. K. M,
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each mouth ut Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
atally Invited to attend.
JI. FOST13R, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. of R.
tONOLTJTTJ AERIE, 140, 0. E.
MeeU on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Kail, corner
U.rctanla und Fort streets.
Visiting Kaglca tre Invited to at
'nd. OKO. A. DAV18 W. P.
WM. C. McCOY. Sec.
HONOLULU L0DQE, 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 618, B. P. O.
eilci, meets In their hall, on King
Itreet, near Fort, every Friday eve-
olng. Visiting Urnthers are cordially
'nvited to attend.
r i it. isunbhro, n. ji.
oko. t. iui:tsr:u stc.
WM. MoKINLEY LODGE. HO, 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
renins at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Inrlted to at
Und. F. F. K1LBKY, C. O.
B. A. JACOUSON, X. R. 8.
Broken lenses replaced quick and
Special lenses ground to order.
Broken frames repaired promptly.
A. N. Sanford,
Boiton Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
LATEST STYLES IN SAILORSl
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MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel Street, opposite Young
When Building a
Put In your house the most con
venient and economical arrange
ment for HEATING THE BATH.
Sun Heat Costs Nothing. For In
formation and prices of "Balti
more 8UN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW- P. O. Box
509, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
Everything New 8ervlce Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
.Masonic HiilMIng, corner Hotel mill
'I lie lifst I.i'iiM'S lit (nun lo lit en ry
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Day's nnd Joe Kalnna's' Loconiobllo
can be found at Hie Auto Livery;
Subscribe Tor the Call, Chronicle
or I'xtitnlncr Jl 00 ior month. Wall,
Nichols Co, Agents.
Tilde's miiiiy soiled but good lint
tlnown iiuiy thut should find Its way
to 'fbu Lxpeit lint Cleaners
If you want a good Job done on an
unto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen BL
John K. Bergstrom, Piano and Or
gan Tuning and Repairing Masonic
Temple. Telephono 20C7, P. O. Box
Joseph Roman, hat cleaner, 122
Ilerctutila St., next to lire station,
guarantees all his work, lints called
for nnd delivered. Phono 1C57.
Onu dollar Is all that Is necessary
to open n salngs account at the Rnnk
of Hawaii, Ltd Interest Is paid on
deposits In the savings department.
The labor bureau of the Sugnr
Planters' Association expects thirty
four Filipino laborers by the Amer
ica Muni, arriving horo noxt Friday.
Pioneer shingle Btuln Is tlio best
preservative for nil shingle und rough
board work. Many colors. For sale
by lowers & Cooke, Ltd., 177 South
In the case of Kaluka Kcoka against
Meaul Kekuown, bill for partition,
Judge Robinson this morning signed
a final order allowing Thompson &
Wilder $50.00 for thel? services.
Judge Robinson tills morning grant
ed u dlvorto to K. Katsukt from T.
Kutsukl on the ground of desertion.
A divorce was also granted to Y. Ml
knml from Yuktchl Mikatul on tlio
A wulvcr of alimony under nn
agreement of tlio husband to pay $5.00
monthly to his child was tiled In the
Circuit Court this morning by Mrs.
Nellie O'Campo, the complainant in
the divorce action.
Upon complaint of Food Inspector
i: 1). Ulunchard, L. Ah Leong, a Chin
ese, ban been placed under arrest fur
Inning disposed of sardines that aro
alleged to huva been decomposed and
unfit for huniun consumption.
For being found unlawfully on the
premises of J. S. Marshall on Alewu
Heights, Amornni Rodrlguos has been
booked at Police court. und will come
up for preliminary hearing on June
3rd. i, (: .
Geprge W.i DoLong Post: a! A. R.',
has selected Internal Revenue Col
lector Charles A. Cottrlll as orator
for the annual Memorial Day exer
cises. Tho Spanish-American war1
votorans bavo been invited to partic
ipate. The usual memorial, day pa
rudo will be held.
Tout King Is authority for the state
ment! that the Gladys won the race
lust 'Sunday without her time allow
ance, winning from the Mollllou boat
for boat. Tho times as given by King
wero Gladys 4:49:40, Mollolou
Although tho Hoard of Immigration
has advices that It can secure, a thou
sund Immigrants at Gibraltar In July
and although It Is able to charter a
steamer to bring them here, the board
has decided not to bring the shlploml
hero until later, possibly early In tha
W. J. SHKLDON expects to return
to Kauai today. Ho will be In Hono
lulu ugaln shortly.
DR. J. S. B. PRATT, health olllcer,
leaves today for Kuual on a trip of.
generul sanitation Inspection.
MRS. JOHN WATT left on tho
Muunu Keu today for Illlo after visit
ing in Honolulu for some time.
J. L. Fitzgerald, of Charleston, S. C,
bus returned to the coast ufter spend
lug a short time In the Islands.
VICTOR M. SMITH, of the Spokane
Chamber of Commerce, vll leave on
f tlio Muriimu today for Vancouver.
MR. AND MRS. F. J. LOWRBY will
leae on the Wllhelnilna tomorrow
for an extended visit to the mainland.
MRS. AUGUST KNUDS13N will
speak tonight ut tho Theosophlcul So
ciety's rooms In the Kllte building at
7 4fi o'clock
(' V 1IODOK, of the Peck-Judah
Company, u publicity concern which
opeiates widely on tho coast, Is In Ho
nolulu on business.
JAM US L. YOUNG, of tho Lord
Young Knglncerlng Company, loft
this morning foi Illlo to look after the
linn's breakwuter work.
MRS, C L. HANFORD, of Seattle,
who bus been visiting her daughter.
Mrs G P. Orton, of Scliolleld, Bar
rneks, has returned home.
MR. AND MRS. 13. I. CUDAHY nro
booked to leave on the Wlllielmlun
tomorrow Mr. Cudahy Is tho son of
the Into Michael Cudahy, tlin weulthy
packer, und Mrs, Cudahy Mas MIsh
HARRY F L13WIB writes from
London thut ho am) his fuinlly will
remain In London till after the coro
nation. They urn having it splendid
trip Ho udds that Jack Dnwsett and
fatuity will return to tlio Islands tho
III at of .lune
om:.mi:nt ooo on, tho ciiin.w.
Hawaiian lud who hus been iipimlnleil
lo it position In Ui liilul nlllm ut
WkhIiIiikIihi, 1 ('. will li-uMi mi llm
Wlllit'liiilllii liiiiioiinw This owning
ho v ho tlio KiioH or honor nl u
Immiuut to Ui Hlvi'ii by llm Kiiiuolin.
luidiii Alumni AMuii'lailnn ('mms
will I' lnl'1 for llilHHIut
CITY TRAN8FER CO. (Jat. H. Lev.)
JAPANESE STEAMERS RECEIVE
' BUT UTILE CHINESE FREIGHT
Marama Brings News of Renewal of Keenly Felt Boycott at
Sydney Many Journey to Coronation Mauna Loa Here
With Large Cargo of Products of Hawaii Mauna Kca
Off for Hilo With Volcano Visitors.
Thero Is n mnrked renewal of the
keen boycott by Chinese business men
of Sydney, N. S. W., towards tho Nip
pon Yusen Knlsha, the only regular
Japanese steamship line operating n
semi-monthly passenger nnd freight
sorvlco from Australian ports tu
China and Japan.
According to reports brought by of
ficers, 'Initio Cannillan-Australlau liner
Marama that arrived at Honolulu from
tho Antipodes this morning, addition
al Interest has surrounded the pro
gress of tliu boycott not only on Jap
nneso shipping bitt goads manufaO
turod In that country aswell. 1 is
stated lhat, the-()hliiese'"commuUlly
o( Sydney at least will hold out at all
Tho Marama sailed from Sydney on
May Sth and arrived at Brlsbano on
May 10th. At that tlmo n section of
the Sydney" Chlncso merchants," how
ever, hao remained steadfast In their
determination to boycott Japanese
goods und shipping, and only recently
declined to rccolvo two accredited
representatives of tho Chinese Gov
ernment becauso they had travelled
by tho Japanese boats. Tho lata Chi
nese Consul-General for Australia,
Mr. Liang, Hsin Haln, earned tho ills-
pieusuru ui mis reuiiuu uhuuku um-
Ing to travel to and from China In a
Japanese boat when doslrous of pay
Inc tho last resuocts to his deceased
father) So keen are ttie Chinese mer
chants concerned that they have en
tered Into n bond of 1250.00 each to
maintain tho boycott, nnd It Is on' rec
ord that ono woll-knov,n merchant,
MthcMhan Incur the penalty, refused
to take delivery of a quantity of goods
that had been forwarded to him in a
Jnpanese boat from Hongkong.
Inquiries, however, have elicited tha
Information that so far as tho Syd
ney Chlncso are concerned the boy
cott is not generally recognized In
fuct, they declare that tho boycott
only exists at the present tlmo gs
far as a few Chlneso In Sydney nro
conccrnod. It Is pointed out that tho
commercial Intercourse between Japan
and China la now greater than over It
was before, and to try and maintain
a boycott under such clrcumBtnncea
These representatives bear out tho
contention of Messis. Bums, Phllp and
Co., the locat ngents for tho Nlpiioii
Yusen Kulsha, who have repeatedly
received advices that thoro Is no such
thing as a boycott In operation In
Despite this fact tho Chlneso or n
section of them aro determined to
maintain the boycott, und at a tereiit
meeting solemnly declared that tlwy
would not employ Chlneso uhn Hero
passengers by or tako dollvery of car
go from a Jupaneso boat.
The Marama Is said to have
been favored by pleasant weather and
calm seas throughout tho voyage. Tho
vessel ramo nlongsldo tho Alakea
nhnif shortly before eight o'clock but
for some reason thore was a painful
and unnecessary delay of over a half
hour in tho passing of tho ship by
tho Federal Immigration offlcors. R
Is clntmed that the ofllcers iii tho
ship failed to lino up tho passengers
for Inspection und to this neglect In
having them ready for the roll call Is
assigned tha long tedious watt that
foil to the lot of stevedores and oth
ors who had business with tho ves
Before tho vessel sails for Van
couvcr nnd Vlotoiia at eight o'clock
this evening n cargo Including 170
tons of which the larger portion con
sluts of fertilizer and onions will liua
Noatly thirty passongors left tho
cssel at this poit. Tho through 1'st
Includes 109 cabin, 108 second class
and 70 slcurago, Tho cargo destined
for British Columbia Includes
refilgeniled meats and
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd-
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Roimo WInos
Holo Aucnts Mumm's Clinmpnyno
( Sohllty Dnop
provisions. The vessol Is carrying a
lnrce number nf netintn uhn will run-
tlnue tho Journey to Ixindou nnd thero j
witness the coronation cercmonlpi
Flvo stowaways ucre unearthed soon
after leaving Sua. Two will leno
the vessel at this point.
Mauna Loa In With Island Products.
Thete wns the usual urray of pro
ducts of windward Hawaii Included
In tho frolght list of tlio steamer Ma
una Loa that arrived from Konn and
Kau ports early this morning. Tha
steamer arrhed with a largo list of
cabin and deck passengers, Tho car
go list Included n motorcycle, 2 heavy
mill rollcis, shipments of pigs, chic
kens, 30 head cattle, 7D sacks bones,
09 bunches bunanaB, 108 bales hides,
?G3 sacks coffee, S320 Backs sugar and
270 packages sundries. Purser Shel
don reports n flno trip across the
channels. Tho steamer Llkellko wai
passed at Honuapo loading sugar and
that vessel wus expected to get about
S000 sacks nnd from thoro to proceed
to Punnluu for the balonro of the car
go. The American schooner Borealls
is reported as. discharging coal nt Mn
Mauna (ea Carries Volcano Visitors,
v' Recent Jrcnorts'f mm the'. HI Island
suQcoedOif In nwhkenlug unusual j In
teresCin 'the, volcano. "Thovstoamor
Mauna Ken sailing for' Illlo by the
way of Maul ports this morning car
ried a number of visitors, to the nat
ural wonder on Hawaii. Tho vessel
salleili nU'tdtt1 o'clock 'taking a largo
shipment of 'genera,! enrgo 'Including
tonio lumber, fertilizer and sundries.
Sugar at Wfn'dward Ports.
According' unreport from Purser
Sheldon nf the Konn and Kan liner
Mauna Loal'tho following shipments
of sugar wero left at windward Hawaii
ports AT call, Punnltiit 10,452; Honu
apo IS02; Kullua 1421; Kukulhaelo
14.1G9; Himokao, 14,000; Pauuhau
7000; Pnaullo 700Ar Kuknlau 7204.
Per stinr. Mauna toa, for Kona nndJ
ivou ports, May 20. Rov. D. D. Wal
lace, Miss Mnssoy, Mrs. Curtis, Mrs
E. 13. Coitant, Miss Connnt.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Tuesday, May 23.
PORTLAND May 21: Arrived, bk. If.
Hackfeld front Honolulu (May G).
PORT HARFORD Mny 21: Watei
loj.'ged schooner W. H Mnrston
towed. Into Hrt.
SALI.VA CRUZ Mny 21, 10 n. m,
Arrived, S. 8. Alaskan (hence from
Illlo (Mny 7).
YOKOIIAMA-r-May 23: Sailed. S. S.
Tcno Mam, for Honolulu.
S. S. America Mant will arrive from
Yokohama, Thursday, 12 m., and
sail for San Francisco, Friday, a. m.
To tnke tho field guns througn
Wntunau gap and down to that side
or tlio Island from Lcllahua Is the big
lusk which has been net for tho Held
nillllmy and which will be uudcrtuk
on next Tuesday.
Tho gap was formerly only used
for horsomcit but soino time ago an
uimy wagon went through loiulod,
and now It Is up to tho artillery to
do tho fcamo thing.
If this trip can bo pullod off sue
rcssfiillyi It w III bo.ii Rroat record for
iiiiiiiiiii ariiiiarymou now uiutioneu at
Hawaii la In a healthy tlnaiicl.il con
dition, according to a bond Unlemcnt
that bus been prepuled by Governor
l'reur. Tho statement covers the iio;
riod from lh orgniiliutlou of the Ter
rltory on June 14, WOO, to Muy 1 of
this year. Tho statement shows the
ilontlng of bonds on better terms und
the fact that u big margin Is left before
meeting tho provision of the Organic
Act, which provides that bond issues
of the Territorial government shall nut
exceed 7 per cent, of ussessed property
valuation, At tlio present time tho
outstanding bonds amount to approx
imately $4,000,000, wbllo $11,000,000
would be ullowuble under tho Orgunlo
Tlio statement Is as follows:
June 14, 1900 Bonds out-
stundlnK, 6 mid 5.. .... $4,214,000
Muy 1, 1008 Flru claims
Bonds S-1C, 4 31fi,00O
Oct 1, 1903 Public Improve
ment Bonds S-15. 414 1,000,000
Jan 2, lDQI! Public Improve
ment Bondfc E-tE, 44... 1.000,000
Oct. 4. 1905 Refunding Bonds
3-1C. 4 000,000
Jnn. 2. 190C Public Improve
ment Bonds 6-lfi, 3V4JJ ... 750.000
Oct. 1, 1907 Publlo Improve
ment Bonds S-1S, 3V4 ... 294.000
Oct. 1, 1909 Public Improve
ment Bonds 0-16, 3 Hi 7- zuv.vux
RHTIRBD BY BIUNNIAI. FISCAL
Paid by the United Htntc ;
under agreement of annex
ation, casli f.'H nnd B'a ....$3,241,400
l'nlil by Territory:
June 14, 1900, to June 30, 1901,
cash G's 39,000
July 1, 1901, to Juno 30, 1903,
cash 5's 8.oo
July 1, 1903, to Juno 30, 1903,
ensh B'h lOl.oou
Oct 4, 190B Proceeds of 4
Refund Bonds. G's COO.OOO
July 1. 1905, to Junft.30,,1907,
cash &' 1G9.000
July 1, 1907, to June 30, 1909,
caih G , 53,000
July 1, 1909, to May 1, 1011,
cash 4'B , lBIi.OOO
Balance outstanding ...$4,004,000
OUTSTANDING BONDS MAY 1, 1911
Fire Claims, 4 i 180,000
Refunding, 4 COO.00O
Public Improvements, 4V4 1.000.000
rubllc Improvements, 4M .. 1,000,000
Public Improvements. 314 1.244.000
Another quiet dny on tho stock mar
ket passed, with sales very few. Tlio
Honolulu exchange, reports no session
sales, although those between boards
Indicate no slump In prices.
Oahu Sugar Is selling at 30.75, with
three blocks disposed of, totaling 93
shares. Two blocks of Olaa, of 100
und 30 shares, wero transferred nt 4.50,
and the other sales noted nre of bonds,
$1000 Illlo R. R. Blx per cents nt 98,
and $7000 Walalua Ave per cents.
Tho demand for Hwa slackened n
little. 32 3-8 being bid and 32.50 asked,
whcrenB there have been some sales at
32.50 lutely. Pioneer lias weakened
little. 202.50 being bid for It today.
However, as a whole the market Is Arm
and the sllRbt slackening Is duo to a
stagnant, not a sagging, market.
A motion to expunge from the court
records tha report of tho United
Stutes Grand Jury condemning F. A
Richmond, former principal of tho
Illlo High school, was tiled this mom
Ing and will bo heurd Friday by
Tho motion was prepaied by Lo
Blond, and Smith of Illlo, who lave
toprcsented Richmond, and Lorrin
Andrews. Tho motion altegos yiat
tho Grand Jury violated tho terms of
Its charge und that It should not com
mont publicly upon cases lu which no
lUIUUlUIUJIl IS lUllllll.
One of tho concluding paragrnphH
of the motion reads as follows:
"Thut tho said poitlou of tho said
report Is Bcandlous, Impertinent auJ
lllioloua per bo."
Richmond Is not now In tho Terri
tory having loft fur tho coiiBt recent
ly. I. Yuslilkuwn, pluceil und or nriest
charged with iiiTHptlng 11 tlility-ilollnr
bloyulo aliened to liiivn hemi slolitn by
nliu (If ni go K1111I1I, wus miiliteil It
nintlniiuni'o ut Dlaltlet Court tinlll
May illtt II I t'luliiioil Hull tliu lilku
Is llm iiiioily uf u .liipiniiisii iiiiiui'il
Kiitvugui'lil, hut was fniiiul llli'Hiilly In
llm nimiliiii nf Kniilil, wliu uflr
will tl siii Urn iiiuililuii In ViihIIiiiwii,
Tuesday, May 23.
Australian lxirts via 8uva Mara
ma, O.-A. S. S, 7:30 p. m,
Konn nnd Kau ports Mauna Loa,
sttur., a. in,
Monday, May 22.
Japan ports, Manila ami Hongkong
Manchuria, p. M, s. S., G p. in.
Sallua Cruz via Island ports 'Vir
ginian, A.-II. S. 8., p. m.
Knual ports Noeau, Btmr., 5 p. m.
Kahulul and port Allen Lnrllne,
M. N. S. 8 , 9 p. m.
Delaware Breakwater William P.
Frye, Am. sp., 3 p. m.
, Tuesday, May 23.
Illlo via way port .Mauna Kea,
stmr., 10 a. ni.
Per Btmr Maunn Iia, from Konn
and, Kau ports A. O. Smith, C. 1).
Collins, Mrs. Collins, M. If. Hough
Miss M J. Kearney, A. 8. Prcscott.
MIsb Levy, O. H. Swczey, Mrs; V.
Knnl, J. Knena, J. C. Pratt, .Ino. Gas
par, U IS. Conant, John Woo, T.
O'Rrlcn, F, OrecnwelL Mrs. Green
well, Miss Wallace, Miss Ashford, J.
D. Paris, M. Maydwell, T. Siimldu, W.
J. White, 0. H. Rcnton, M. p. Robin
son, F. D. Rosecrans, A. Garcia, J, Do
Hogo, R. G. Henderson, W. Collins, M.
Soarcs, Hondo, C. Gay, E. Gibson,
Cnpt. 8oule, 8. Hlrnno,..!. Kama, O.
Washington, A. L. Cook nnd 31 dock.
Per C.-A. 8. S. Marnmn from An
trallan jmrts via Suva For Honolulu:
W. P. Klllott, Mrs. J. H. Cahlll. Mrs.
M. Kills, Miss F. K. Greenfield, Father
Rougert, A. Foster, Dr. J. H. Cahlll.
I". K. McCloan, W. J. S. Lockyer,
Mlst C. Fryer, Mrs. G. Bowles, Master
Howies, Mr. Bowles, ,A. H. Bailment
P. Kdwanls, A. Salem, N, Vnllntlno,
J. F. Grant, A. V. Grant, O. Grant,
II. Dnss, G. B. Marshall, A. J. Mar
Per P. M. 8. S. Manchuria for Ju
pan ports, China and tho Philippines:
MrB. A. M. Thurston, Mrs. C. Y. Mnrk
and Infant and Carl Julius Hotlng.
Per Btmr. KInnu, for Kuual ports,
May 23. G. P. Wilcox, W. J. Sheldon,
Mrs. Sheldon, Dr. Glalsycr, F. Cook,
Dr. J. S. B. Pratt. Mrs.-Weber.
.j.TvYodlscordscOfr marr.led Uto,.WQif5
neanl '" the Circuit Court this morn
ing. In each ensa (he wife was the
complainant und In each case the
most extreme degree of cruelty was
alleged, being sufficient,, In each in
Btanco to convtneo Judge Robinson
that" n'decrco of divorce should bo
' Mary J, McDonald was granted a
dlvorcn from Angus McDonald on tho
ground of extremo cruelty, Mrs. Mo-
Donald alleging that her liiiBbaml tore
tho clothes oil her back and on tha
evening of the day of tlclr marriage.
In February 1910, was guilty of
"striking, beatlns and kicking" her.
Lconla Sllva had some strong com
plaints to make against her husband,
Manuel. She alleged that ho struct:
her now and then when hu was feel
ing peevish and causod her great men
tal worry by slamming doors when
sho wns trying to sleep. This was
enough for Judge Robinson and ho
granted tho divorce.
Mrs. Harry Holt, wife of Deputy
United States Marshal Holt, died ut an
early hour this morning. Whllo Mrs.
Holt has been III for soino time, her
death enme ns on unexpected shock to
her many friends.
Mrs. Holt Is survived by her husband
and u young child.
Tho funeral will bo held tomorrow
morning nt 10 o'clock from the Wll
Uiins undertaking parlors.
NEW SITE FOR
A now site for tho Olrls' Industrial
School In expected to be secured in
the near future from the Blbhop Kh
tato, tho land being located in tho
district known as I'nahea aud not far
from the Mollllll chuich. rho De
partment or Public Instruction litu
been looking for'11 bIIo fdr tho school
for nouiu tlmo nnd now hellovu thut,
It has found one.
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
RATES . REASONABLE
FINE CAMP IS
ON HIGH GROUND
. r... ... ......... t.M. l,n ntlllllh n01
UUI tl iillil new, ,, , .
cers and iion'coms nro hnvlng Ideal
weather for their Instruction camp, n
welcome iluingi? nfler the experlenco
of last yvur, when thero was so much
rain that It was nlmost Impossible to
get from the camp across the gulley to
Yesterday was the llrst day of real
work, nnd everyone pitched In to get
tho most' Instruction posslblo out of
the subjects which nro being taught
The camp I situated on high ground
Just ncros tho gulley mauka of the
buildings on the reservation; water Is
piped there, and thero aro electrla
lights; and telephone service Is to be
hnd from the tent of Lieutenant Wnt-
kins, camp adjutant.
Tljcro nru more, than 100 officers and
non-coms to Ijo exact, 30 officers nnd
8C non-coms of tho guard nt tho
camp, nnd In addition thero Is one
company of the 20th Infantry under
canvas besides, so that it makes a con
Headquarters are In a largo wall-tent
where Major Burnhnm and Lieutenant
Watklns hava olllce, and then tho tents
containing officers of tho guard stretch
nway In a straight line.
The tents for the non-coms nre In a
row running parallel to officers' row,
and ucross the company street the com
pany of regulars Is encamped.
Tho mess tent and cooks' tent nro at
the makal end of the company street,
and everything about the whole camp
Is most up-to-date.
Number 1 tent on officers' row Is oc-
cupltd by Colonel Zlegler, and No. 2
by Lieutenant-Colonel Coyne. Then In
No. 3 Major Riley and' Major Rose
stay, and No. 4 lias at occupunti Cup
talns Cummins and Thompson and
Lieutenant Mnrcalllno, and No. 5 Cap
tains Jobnon, Ncely und O'Sulllvun,
No. 0 Is occupied by Captain Costa
and Lieutenants Kaknllu, Evuns und
Illlo; No. 7 by Captain Hopkins and
Lieutenants Morehead, Van Glesen and
Crockett. Captain Camara and Lieu
tenants Costa, Kuniiebolo and Kaae are
In No. 9, and In No. 10, the last on tho
row, are Captains Bat and Kelllnol,
und Lieutenants Kcarlo and Kulaukllnl.
The regular work was curlred out
yesterday, the officers messing In the
mess hall at the fort and tho non-coms
In the tent on the reservation.
In the cook tent the mllltla cooks
were being Instructed In tho, art of
putting up a meal that would appeal to
the men on the line, nnd regulars were
showing the kitchen police and others -
how to. curator the surroundings ot
tho cook tent and tho camp In general.
Today tho officers unit men have the
following program of work:
Officers 8 a. in: Making and read
ing, maps. 10 a. m.: Sanitation. 11 a.
111.: Administration. 12 in.,' Inspection
of camp. 2 p. 111.: Tactical walk. 8
p. -m.: Talk on courts-mnrttal, com
pany punishment, etc.
Nun-Coms A. M.: Close order drill
(Including 15 minutes' bnyoqet exer
cise); extended order drill; general nt
tuck formations, rushes, duties of sup
ports, unci withdrawal from action; tent
pitching, shelter wall and conical wall,
p. M.: Talk on principles and forma
tion f advance gourds, rear guards,
uutposts and patrols; "elementary map
For tomorrow the schedule Is:
Officers 8 a. in.: Packing wagons,
etc ; administration, 10 uv m: Making
and reading maps. 2 p. in,: Tactical
wulk (Inspection of company In hlvouaa
ut golf links); estimating distance
drill 8 I), in.: Talk on orders,
Non-Coms A. M : March to Da
mon's and pitch ennip (Illustrating
practical advance guard work, march
ing, establishing camp and Individual
cooking; Illustrate preparation of
emergency ration for use). P. M.t Se
lection und Intrenchment of a position;
milking rough sketch of tho position;
practical outpost work (establish near
dusk "and relieve at 'reveille). Stake
outpost sketch. I
According to news from Japan
thero will bo two ships of the Im
perial Navy In Honolulu In Septem
ber or October, theso being the Aso
arid Soya which will have on board
n number uf young Japanese ofllcers
who complete their school work this
Tho, Bhlps tako a crulso every year
with the graduating class of the na
val academy and their Itinerary take
In (he principal ports around tho Pa
Both tho Abo and Soya aro Russian
ships which wore sunk tim afterward
rulsod dining tho lato wur.
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WITH YOUNG TARS