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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.( FRIDAY. MAY 26, 1911.
Honolulu Sit (Mill Degree.
llnvinlliin Tlilrtl lltgrtr.
All visiting memoirs of tkt
Ordt-t are cordially Invited to
attend met tinge ot local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
it K. 1'. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE RHGiNtEHS' Lto
BENEFICIAL AFVJIATIIW. cUtioni cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets very first ami third Thurs
days ot t-ach. month Ht Knights o(
Pythias I Ir.lt. Visiting brother! cor
llslly Invited to attend.
II. F03TKU, Sachcra.
E. V. TODD, C. of H.
HONOLULU" AERIE, HO, ?. 0. E.
Musts on the 2nd and Uh WKD
NESDAY svsnlngs of each month nt
7:20 o'clock in K. or P. Hall, corner
Beretanln and Fort Btrecls.
Visiting Kaglivs tr Invited to t
isnd. cr.' a. da via W. P.
VM. C. Mei'OY, Sec.
B0N0LULU I0DQE, G16, B. P. 0. 1,
ITonolulu IJdse No. 616. B. P. O,
tiki, meets In their hall, on 'King
Street, near Fort, every' Krldaj' eve
ning. Visiting Urothers are cordially
'nvlted to attend.
n p n. Tsr.Nni:no, n n,
OM. T. KI.UlXtDl., See.
WM. McKINLEY I0DQE. 110. 8,
K. of P.
Hens vry 2nd nnd 4 th Saturday
venlpg at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall. cor. Fort and Ileretnnla. Visit
ing brothers cordially lnvltsd to t-
F. F. K1LIICY. C. C.
E. A. JACOHSON, K. n. S.
A. fi. Sanford,
Doston Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
LATEST STYLES IN SAILOR3I
COLORED AND BLACK
MILTON &. PARSONS
Hotel Strett, opposite Young
When Building a
Put In your house the most con
venient and economical arrange
ment for HEATING THE BATH.
Sun Hoat Costs Nothing. For in
formation and prices of "Baltl-
moro SUN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW, P. O. Box
569, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
everything New Service Cxcollent
S. E. LUCAS
lliisonle llullilliig, corner Hold uml
'IIic Iirsl I.iiiki in liinii In III vitry
bTEHCIL PATTERNS and
new Billow topb
Thnpo who drink lit ho Anchor
Saloon nro Immuno from cholera,
'Hound the Island summer rate, J30
Lewis' Stnhlcs mid Uurnge. Tel 2H1
(lay's and Joe Kahlua's Locomobile
can ho round at tho Aulo Lit cry;
Phono 132. .
Now shipment of mcii'a nnd hoys'
Hi raw nnd felt hats. Kam Chong Co.,
ottiif; men and smart dressers will
llnd some new hlgli-tno effects at the
Matiufiictiircrs Shoe Co.
If you want n good job done on an
auto or carrlago take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
John II. ncrgstrom, Piano ntid ON
g.m Tuning nnd Repairing fclnsunlc
Tcmplo. Telephono 2007. P. O. Hox
Patriotic rxeri'lHos " In honor of
"Parents' D.i)," were held at Puim
hou Dili inornhg, heglnnlui; nt It).. 10
(lovcrnor Froar states that he Is
considering a nutiihcr of names In tho
search for a successor to Tax Assess
or Wllfong ot Hawaii.
Joseph Unman, hat cleaner, 122
Hcrelnnla St., licit to firo station,
guarantees all his work. Hats called
for and delivered. Phono 1C57.
The graduating exercises of the
Knualnhao training class for Sun
d.i school teachers will ho held In
Kiivv.ilnlimi church Sunday morning.
May -'S nt 10-15. llcv. W. C. Merrill
will glvo the address.
A letter from Governor Front to
Percy Hunter, tho rolbiilnl publicity
man. Is reprinted in tho Sydney Dally
Telegraph of May fi, as an evidence
of the spread of tho llntida-Around--the-Pnclllc
Articles of Incorporation havo been
filed by tho Hawaii Pol Factory, Ltd.,
the Iniorporators being Lmn Wnl, O
L Woolscy, Linn Kit, Luii Lin,
Cheung Lin nnd Lum Pong. Tho cap
ital stock Is given at ?:t,tr,n.
A valuahlo mule, bclopglug In the
Honolulu Constiiietlon and .Drnjlug
Cnnipanv, and hut lately purchased,
oNorrlscd his characteristic with a
kick at Hie bed of a wagon with su h
Tone that his leg w-ra broken near the
ankle and tho nnlmal had to ho Mint
A portrait of Mrs Kra'ncls (laj of
KAual, painted by (leorgo Durrouglis
Tnirtfy, of New York, has been badly
dani.ipia by ciuelcss pacl.jiig. Thp
portialt was unpacked OHteiday, ;
Au(iuriey.)ry(vlio found that, (inav.v
)iisjnM'im,ilic f",cn,'of ,MA.?",r'
ih'ild Womu'ciucVriil.thb ualiii."
I T, l,.--
Artlclcs or incorporation navo nccn
tiled by the lluvvallu Piodut.0 Com
pany, Ltd. The company will cngnga
In a getfcrnl mcrcuntllo nnd agricul
tural business Tho Incorporators
n Ki M. Kawuhara, pienldent; D. Yo
nrkura, .M Motoshlge, T Sinn Ida and
K Ogawa Tho cnpilul stock is
set at, 110,000
Hansen and George Fight On
Coast Tonight and Sail
HaiiKiiu ninl (ieorge, tho two scrap
pers frnni tho ("oast whom Dick Sul
livan is going to present to the, fans
here for a llftecn-round go, will sail
from San Francisco by tho Ilouoliiliin
tomorrow uml nrrlie hero next S.ltur
,1.1 Dick expected tho two men Hilt
morning on the Sierra, ns ho linil ca
bled lrnprtutinn for them, but they
Imtli lind fights on in Salt Pranclf.cn
nnd Oakland for tonight ami ns they
luid forfeits posted could not getaway,
in the Sierra mull a letter was re
ceived I) the promoter telling why the
lieu (ould not come, and that they
would Iciivo tho ("oast on tomorrow's
Thl will put tho tight off one week
ns the iopii could noat get III condition
ill n week here m ns to light on Juno
10 iik at llrxt Mlieduled
Old, pioiuHcs one of the best goes
leer seen In Honolulu when the men
JjUi i-nu Into llio squared circle Here
jt tluv are fighting on the Co.ixt ecry
Lttedi and are two of (lie cle crest box
r In their class who appear there
Tcuipviatiiia. 0 a in., 71; S a. in.
76; 10 ii. in, TC; iinon, 75; morning
JlJioiurlcr. !j a. in.. 30.00; absolute
humldlly, !i a. in.. 0-127 grains per
cubic fool, lelnlho humidity. S a. m
tS por ccnl; ih-vv imlnt, 8 i. in.. 611.
Wind: 11 u. in, velocity 1, ilhocllnn
NI';,8 a. in., inloclly (i, diicclhiii Nl.
10 n, in., cloclty g, iilicctliiii I'; iiixiii,
ulofJly 10, illrvrtloii Nil.
Ilalurull duilng 21 hums ended 3
ii in.. U'i Inch.
Tuiiii wjud ninvi'iuvnt diuliig ;'l
hours cinli'd lit noun, Jul uillcs
Hcllliol cllllilri'll-sll Willi thcll h.icjiu
In tho loiii.hol' III I'liCua
'FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT.
ll,i,Hi I'ilkol mid Kveuumokii His,
i.i nmiil.ii 'Ulu lunns HI Aipl 10
U II Miullll Judd llhlK I'jm-tf
PAU OPU PILIKIA
Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bladder Remedy,
Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Lack of Appetite, Fluttcring-of the Heart, Gas
and Wind on Stomach, Bloated Feeling, Pains in Stomach after EaUny, Sick Headache,
Dizziness, Coated Tongue, Biliousness, La Grippe,1 Dengue Fever, Chills and Fever, Ma
laria, Breakbone Fever, That Tired Feeling, Jaundice, Backache, Diabetes, Gravel. Insip
iejit Bright's Disease, Bladder Trouble, Enuresis (Bed-Wetting by Children), Rheumatism,
Impure Blood, Catarrh, Scrofula, Melancholia, Nervous and Female Disorders, Sleepless
ness, Cures Constipation, Anaemic Condition, Removes Wormsp A Great Tonic for Women.
$1.00 per bottle; 3 for $2.50, 6 for $5.00
1024 Fort Street 1024-
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
Captain Thomas Dowdell, for Many Years a Regular Visitor
at Honolulu, Is the Lucky Man Sierra Brought Return
ing Students From Mainland America Maru Makes
Brief Call at the Port Hall Awaits Mainland Mail.
Captain Thomas Unwdcll. imo of
the old timers In tho Oceanic steam
ship scrvilco and uhoiit nt well ami
r.itornhly known as any deep s :i
fcklpjicr who over inado Honolulu .i
icgiilar isirpof call Is nonilu n iisi
tlou whero ho can rctlto from tho ex
acting duties of n life nt nu mid tako
a well earned rcspllo fioni dally res
ponsibility by living n llfo of case on
shore. Hut will ho?
Captain Dowdoll was mot by Mis
Dowdell upon Iho arrhnl nl hut com
mand, fho steaniur Mariposa, from Ta
hiti and ho was at onco lufoimeil Hint
a windfall amounting In fifty thou
sand dollars had dropped Into tlnf
midst of thn l)nuiel f.millj dm lug
his absciirP. Tho'sudilen deiilh of ,i
wealths'-millionaire In the Cist, ai'd
nu undo of Mrs. Diwdcll hioughi
foith tho Inlornuttloii that Ml? D.iw
doll had hcuu Hindu ono of t'cu'rnl
belts. In addition U' this, Cait'ilu
Dowdell himself found hlmiclr a
hciiollclaiy In the cMcut of two thou-
rnnd doll.us Ily Iho time that Cap
tain Dowdell had arrived at S.m
Kraiicisco twcnty-flo thousand dol
lars of tho brnnost liuil lpached Iho
two well kuonn peoplo and stucu ( I jJ t
llmo Ihoy hno been Bhowernl with
congratiilallons from a mighty ho it
of scafaiing friends.
I'or j oars Captain Doivdell was a
familiar flguio on tho hiidgo of tlo
Oconnlc stc.uushlp Marlimsa. then
followed his career in Iho Alaiucd.i
Willi the salo of that esscl to Iho
Alaska Packers' Association Ciiplnlii
Dowdell was soon liiifisforivil In tho
roiiiiunnd of his ojd ship tho Mnrl-
Hisa now on Iho Tohltl inn. Ho super
ceded Captain Iltipwiiil who was
transferred lo Iho prlvalo yacht, own
fil by Chins II. Spicckcls.
No one, on boaid Urn Hleirn ihl
luiiiliiug npp'jaiod In leallv Inn'
V)clliur the toJlHiiti ikipper uiiul.
ictlic poi'liiiiueutly fioni Ihe .
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors TeJ704
, Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Roup Wines
Solo Agents Mumm's Chnmpagno
( Schlltz Boor
DRUG CO., .LTD., D,STR,BS f0R
A SNOG FORTUNE
though ho IS reported to havo con
tided to several Intimate friends Hint
ho hoped lo luko an extended leavij
It is safe lo picsiiuio that Captain
and Mrs. Dowdell will hoNiccoidoil
weleomo should I hoy essaj a tilji to
the Hawaiian Islands us a p.ut of tho
Captain H. C. Houdlettc III.
Tho Ocoajilc steaiinhlp Siena ciimo
to ipiarnntiiiq nnd afleiward to her
ilock this morning under tho com
iiiijii of chief Ollicer J. II. Trask. C.ip
lulii II. C Hiiiidletlo tho well known
coiiiin.iiiiler'iif tho Oceanic boat wua
taken i.nildcnly III mi last Tuchday,
Wbilu his coiidillou Is not. sellout or
t'M'ii alarming, (ho M'teian hl.lppor
was coiiiHllcd to (alio to his loom
and Ihero ho lcmalucd turning over
iho execution of his iirders (i his
chief jiDlcur. .Captain Ilouillcttu ru-
celled port (illieluls In his stateroom
this morning and expressed tho hopo
Hint with medlcnl nttention that ho
would icceljo hero would bo ablo lo
bo about mid attending In his iegu
l.ir duties by tho lime of the dcpitrtiuo
of Iho Siena for lhu coast on nc.i
Heavy Machinery In Sierra.
The Oceania s(oiiishlp Hleria aft
er a lino passago down fiom San
Pi nu isco came nlongBldo the Oceanlo
whaif shoitl hefoio clylit o'clock
ibis morning. In addition lo ehty
I'uhlii mid hlxluvn steerage passcn
geis, tho essol brought down about
two thousand Ions general cargo In
chilling soveral heavy pieces of ma
elilneiy. Ono largo gasoline cnglno
weighing neaily nliio tons was soon
uih'inlcil. On deck wem Hit co iiuln
iiiohliM imo being tho newly purrhns
id luopeitv of Kied Macfaihiuo while
i in dociilrs woro consigned l' the.
"ii llninin-yoiing ngeiiry Two lively
NEAR KINQ. STREET,
(ODD FllLLOWS' BUILDING
dogs were hnmght down from Iho
coast utso a number of crates of
It was a matter of gciieial rejoic
ing on board tho esbd when It wns
learned that the mitirnntlno had been
removed and that no further restric
tions were Imposed by Federal or
Territorial health authorities against
members of tho crew going ashore
I'or thu past three trips tho Sierra
contingent has been kept mi honid
the vessel through tho quarantine. !
Tho big nihil ot tourist travel U
practically over for tho season though
thn bookings nt tho San I'rauclscu
ngenry gUes flko to tho belief that
the. passenger business this jenr will
cellpso that nf the year before.
Sheffield Choir In Zealandla.
The Canadian-Australian liner V.n
laiidhi Is duo to arrive off tho pm(
hlinrtly nfler two o'clock this after
noon fmni Vlctoila and Vancouver
bilnglng the great Shcllleld choir of
over two bundled voices. Special ar
rangements havo been completed by
Manager Will Adams whcieby a full
delegation of Kcdornl health olllcers
will visit the vessel off Iho minrantliio
and a speedy pralhtuo will he given
Iho .eahindhi. The steamer Is ex
pected In arrive at tho Alnkea wluuf
not later thnn Ihreo o'clock should
evciylhlng go well on board. Accord
ing to present calculations of her
agents, the steamer will bo dispatch
cd for Australia ports by (ho way of
running Island nt midnight.
Tenyo Maru Crowed with' Passengers.
The Toyo Klscn Kalsha liner Tenyo
Maru which htm called from Yoko
haina, her last poll of call In .lupan
and Is duo to nrilyc nt Honolulu on
next 1'rliliiy Is rcwiitoi by odlcers In
the American Main as crowded with
cabin pnsscngcis. It is said that the
vessel would leave .lapan ports with
over two bundled ami tvvcitty-Hvo
passengers Jp the tlrst class alone. A
number of Filipinos fur Hawaiian
plantations lire also icKrtcd as lie
lug on board.
Local Notice to Mariners.
HAWAIIAN IBI.ANDS O.ihu Ul
mid, S'ly side Honolulu Harbor
Channel (las Huoy 0, refuted ex
tlngiilshcd May 12th vvau icllghlcd
Mliy 25, 1011. Tho while huipl lau
lein, exhlblled fioni the huoy during
Iho llmo It remained uullshlcd, vv:u
illscoiitintied on tho sumo date.
IN FOREIGN PORTS. I
A. 1 .1
Friday, May 26.
SAN FRANCISCO Mny 2C: Arrived,
S. S. Isthmian, from S.illua Crins,
SAN FRANCISCO May 2G: Attlvcd,
S. S. llyudcs (from n. Allen May
SAN FRANCISCO Mny 2fi: Snilod.
S. S. Sjiitii Mm la, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO May 20: Sallo.,
S S. Mlssourluti, for cattle.
SAN I'llANCISCO May 20: 8. 8.
.Mongolia (henco May 20) 1 p. in.
MONTKIIKV May 10: Sailed, Sp.
Falls of Clyde, for Honolulu,
8. 8 Zealauilla vvll arrive fioni Vic
toria nt 2 p m. and sail for Sydney
Theie Is not n day during which
Ihcio mo not bookings for Iho Kauai
Maul Kuiueluiniehit Day oxcuislou. It
luuinlses In be u urn rcsuful nnd n
pleasant tilp Tho steamer will not
leave unlit after ilink nil thu lentil nf
Juno ninl will i ul ii ru nu Tuesday be
fnln duyllHliI, so tlnup will U no llmo
lost fioin liimliieis Tim iillliii Ken
U ii ciiiuriiitiiblo Hiisiiuui' uml lhu
set vice Is iikculliilll
"If you use my medicines right they
wll cure you. All published tettlmo.
nlals of the wonderful cures made by
my marvelous remedies are of people
who are living right In Honolulu and
vicinity. Some have been literally
dragged from death's door and cured,
others have been ailing for years and
The words Bro. Hcnjnmiii jinil this picture
must be on. every package
TRADE MARK OF THE BRO. BENJAMIN REMEDY CO.
V REGISTERED" lU. S. PATENT OFFICE
- r f - -
Frank 11. Cavarly, urhano and over
obliging, now puiser In Ihe bOleo of
tho Toyo Klscn Kalsha liner Anieiicu
Mnru Is stated for n pioniotlon with
in tho next few months. Cavaily Is
now on what is believed his last
homeward trip In tho l.lttlo While
Yiirht ns tho America Maru Is affec
tionately called hj tlioso whoso lot
It Is to travel across the Pacific Mil
Iho trim nnd swift liner.
Cavnrly Is expected will tako over
tho purser's olllcc In (he htg nnd new
Tojo KIk'ii Knlslia Kner llhenyo Maru
that Is lulw fast ne.nlng coniplellnu
at Mitsui Ilussaii Kulsha shlpyiirds nt
Nagasaki, .lapan. The latest luhlltiou
to tho T. K. K. trans-Paclllc ileet In
believed will bo ready In go into com
mission the latter pari of Augiibt and
take up tho run now scheduled for
Ihe Nippon Maru.
In this connection It la generally
admitted on board the Amoilcu Maru
loilay that thp vccsel had been sold lo
u Jnpaueso shipping concern at np-
pinxlmntcly $350 000 gold.
The America Muni will bo tin in 1
over to Iho new owners iiikv.i ai rival
at Iho .Inp.iucho polls on her next voj-
ago to the Orient. The little bti'iinur
Is to bo operated In u Jnpan-Foriunsun
servlco with Kcclung, Iho great tea
port of Foimosa as ono of tho ports
of call. The Japanese government Is
making gient strides In Improvements
on lhu Island. Miles of railway Is
going In as well ns-cxtcnslvn dpeks
and wharves for tho expeditious han
dling of cargo. A gigantlo lucakwu'
or tehcuio Is ulho planned lo' inal.i
what was at one llmo ronshleied an
iilmoKt luaecessablo haibor, a pl.ieo of
safety ond icfugo for stc.imers of largo
According to best ndvircs tho sale
has already taken place ami nil that
icmaliiH Is thrr-transrer of Iho vessel
Tho Aiuerlrn Maru mil veil here
with r,50 Ions Oricnlal inerchamlRe
Including shipments of lice, guniilc
nnd .lapaneso provisions. Through
cat go for Sun Francisco Included 20yo
tons. An Oriental mull of 12 s-icks
wns lefl hoic. Through passengers
numbered fifty with 17 In Iho steer
age. Tho Hawaiian Planlors' Association
locolvoil 30 Filipinos for wink on Isl
and sugar estates. I'm t -Iho Japan
ese left tho vobbcl at tho pint.
The stoaiuor vna dlspatdicd for the
const nl ii I no o'clock llila moinlng
Inking a few cabin pasbengcrs ami n
mall destined for the mainland,
A mainland mall nnlvcil this morn
ing by the Oceanic steamship Sierra
Including 2S2 mr.kb. Neatly u scurc
of sticks of letter mall was transferr
ed from the Slerr.i to tho spcolall.
rharlcicd postofllco launch, at the
iliiiiiantluo at an eail.v hour nnd this
was under illsulhuilou by the 1 lino
thn llg btuainor came alongside the
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inler-Island Steamers
had given up hope until cured by my
medicines. I have cured thousand-!
upon thousands on the mainland, but
,1 never use their names here. I pre.
fer to give you the names of promln.
ent people we have cured who live
here whom you know and meet every
While not ovcicrowded Iho Aino
ric.i Maru. tho Millo While Yacht hi
the Toyo Klscn Kalsha service sailed
ror Slot Fnineli.cn nt nine o'clock tliM
morning earning nn lutcrci.tlng list
For Honolulu only II. D Cohen Mis.
Cohen and daughter left llioJ vesiel
upon arrival fitun the Orient jenter
duy iillernoou. Mi. Cohen Is a repre
sentative of Iho linn of Hlllott llmth
crs of London. KTiglmul, who aiu well,
known wholesale chemists.
Of tho thiough pissongers now cn
roule to the mainland In the Auierh.v
Mrs. It. Davis, who Is the wife of a
Now Zealand hi ewer.
Mr. P. Hadovv Is ,t former suh-lleut-etiaiit
of tho lliltinh Navy, returning
hi vacation In I'ughiiiil fioni the
Stinllu Scttlemelils, where bo h,i
been In Ihq ruhhei buslnct.s for Ihe
iast live jcars.
Mr.'T. K. Svvniti Is in tho rubber
business nl Straits Settlement.
Mr. C. T. Osboni Is an Anierlcan
iiiulll-millloualre, traveling suite do
lux cuiimte lo New Yolk.
Major M. Hancock and wife of Liu
Itojnl FiiKillci'd Ililtish Army on lea o
from Tnhbulisjio, India, Is on tho way
lo thu coioiiallou.
Ciipt. K. I... Mackenzlo of llrllslt In
dia Army is on lciva lo visit Fug
111' I''. II. M. Schull and wire It a
phasic ui to thu King of Hull mil
Mr. Ceoige IC. Hood is a Uindon
block broker dTi u toui of the world
His wire in companies him.
Mr A Auki will join thu Yokohama
Specie I Ian I; of San Fruuclbco.
Mr. N. C. King and wire Is a ('!'
cngo llnnnilers who has louied Clilut
Mr, Thos. F. Iw Is a rctlicd capi
talist of Chicago.
Mr. T. Okusiikl nnd wife Is a .lap
aneso incichant of KI Paso, Tevas
Mm. K. Abbott Is the owner of llio
fninous "Rollo" faiui In Now Ilaiup
sbiro. her father was the composer of
tho Hollo books for chll-'-eii ami down
of 110 jcars ago will well leiaeiubnr
them with plcuimro of their 'oiing i
dnyj. Mis Ahhotl Is accoiiiKiiiled h
her Mm Mr. A. W. Dunning and vvlfo
nnd A. Mouie.
Jtev. Hugh Tajlor ami wife and two
datiRhlera are niU.slonaileii or l.'im
liak. Slam. Tho ihiughKrx me going
Into school in thu Dulled Slates.
Mrs. 11. Phillips and Miss Mncdnn
nld havo been touiiiig tho woild am'
a io now icturnliig In Kugland foi Ihe
roronullou, their homes being In
' PASSENGERS DEPARTED.
Por sliur. W. (I Hall, ror I'mi.u
porlB, Jlnv 25. -Mis It W K'llli,
Mis J. Wright. M1" and Mrs A 1
Wlleioc, Mrs Weber Ml in M Had,
bnrtli, It W Kluiiiv. J II Mo. I,
(ilhxou, fi II. Faiiihlld (1 Iletiniiii