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6 2 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY,. MAY 29, 1911. "- . . . , 3 . ; ,,.- y
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l.e.ihl Cli.inlrr No. '-'
ll.iiMiU.iu 'I Mnl llrsnr.
Honolulu Clinplrr I'.kI
Mustrr mnl .Mint i:rrllrii ,
Alolu 'I t-tii pie llcirti In r.
All visiting tnrmbern of tie
Order arc cordially Invited to
attend meotlnge of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd anJ 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
innip rtifMtirrnM juguiuv v
ahic r.iinirttcna othei hu9
JEHEFICIAl ASSn,,-IATIOrl eiaUou cor.
HAWAIIAN TKIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every fir ft and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythlae Hall. Visiting brother cor
4UII; Invited to attend.
H. FOSTBIt, Sachem.
K. V. TODD. C. of H.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140. '. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenlnga of each mouth at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
tlrrctanln and Kort streets.
Visiting Basics re Invited to at
iod. oi: a davis w. r.
M C. McCOV, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 618, D. P. O.
Clka, meets In their hall, on King
ttrett, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
i p. n. iHCNnnrsn, i: n.
um. t. Ki.tTi:nuu sec.
WK. HrKINLEY LODGE. 110. 8,
Heeia every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
ivenlng at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. V. F KILBBV. C. C.
13. A. JACOIISON, K. 11. S.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building Fort Street
On or Mny fc Co.
LATEST STYLES IN SAILORSS
COLORED AND BLACK
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel Street, opposite Young
When Building a
Put III your houte tho most con- I
venlcnt and economical urrango
ment for HEATING THE BATH.
Sun Heat Costa Nothinu. For in
formation and prices of "Balti
more SUN H CATERS," writo to I
WARREN B. CRAW, P. O. Box
069, Honolulu, or Trent TruitCo.
EAT AT THE
S. E. LUCAS
llullillnir, rnrnir Hold mnl
'I lie hi'l 1,1'iiki'a In Ion ii In 111 ohtj
mfj&"i'' everything New
H,' STUNCIL PATTmiNB and'
f NEW PILLOW TOP8
m& - At -
m MISS W00I)ARD
I Petl BlrtM
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tho Bulletin telephone numbert
have not been channed with the loca
tion of the paper. They remain the
came as printed in the tolephone direc
tory Dusines office, 2256: editorial
Thno who drink lit Hip Anchor
Saloon nro Iminuno from cholera.
'Hound tho island summer rate, 130.
Lewis' Slables and Oarage. Tel. 2111
Gay's mnl Joo Knl.in.i'H Loeoinohllo
cm ho found at tho Aulo Lit cry;
Phono I32ti. -v
Now shipment of men's mnl tioys'
draw ami felt hats. Hum C'hong Co,
Oceanic Lodge No 371, F". nnd A. M
meets In Masonic Temple nl hnlf-paat
ipvcn this ocning
That Pjthlun Sinters ilanrc lonigiit
l K. of P. hall will he tho event or
the pnr In that line.
Klght gamblers, tun of them wo
men, wcro gathered In cs(crday Itv
one hunch on Soiilh street.
If ) mi want n good job done on an
auto or carrlago tako It to Hawaiian
CiiTlago Mfg. Co, 427 Qnocn 8L
Theto will ho a meeting of Tho
King h Daughters this evening at Miss
Yanow's linnio In Kalmukl at 7:30.
John It. Ilcrgstrom, Piano and Or
gan Tuning nnd Repairing Masonic
Temple. Tclcphono 2067. P. O. llox
The Ktoro of Henry May & Co, Ltd ,
will rinse at 12 noon Tuesday, Deco
ration Day. Ono ilelhcry will ho
m.iile Tolephone 1271.
A Chinaman who sees queer things
Is up for luxcstlgntlnn ns to IiIh san
ity He was brought In from tho Jap
anese hospital .M'sterday.
Joseph Itoma'n, hat cleaner, 122
Hcrctanla St., next to flro station,
guiirantces all his work. Hats called
for and delivered, rtiono 1CJ7.
A four-act ilrnnin, "Tlio Dead Wit
ness," mi historical play, will he giv
en by the pupils of St. I in Is eoltego
next Thursihy mid Friday evenings.
Suits made to 3our measure at
romlv-mailo prices by (leo. A. Martin
Hniplio Theatre DulMlng. Suits $20
lte W C Merrltt will spi-ak to
iilglit lit 7.30 In the parish limine of
Central Union church Ills topic will
bo "Tlio Psychology of Sunday School
Tomoirow morning tho Hawaiian
hand will lake part In tho Decoration
Day exciclhes. Thcio will bo no pub
lic c ruing hand contorts tonight or
"Siiuny" Jim McCniulless will tako
,n lei-iopo to the grand sessions of tho
national council of tho Slirlnars at
Hochesler, N' Y , tills summer. Dels
getting ready a number of Hawaiian
somcnlrs for distribution.
The Manufacturcro Shoo Company,
Limited, wish to niinoiinco that thoy
have mhled another first class work
man In their shoo repair department,
mid nro now in n position to get all
mpiilr work out promptly. Tills ithop
does all hand work and tho highest
grado material only Is used
Dr. Victor S. Clark said this morn
ing that the Hoard of Immigration ex
pects no action on immigration mat
ters affecting Hawaii during tlio pres
ent session of Congress, hut empha
sized the fact that It bchooies Hawaii
to be up nnd doing in tho iinmlgrntlqn
line whllo tho restrictions nro fairly
easy to surmount
The noil-known cantata, "Tlio Holy
City," was sung yesterday afternoon
by the chapel choir at tho vesper sor
lco of the Illshop Memorial ehupel,
Kaiuchnmelia schools Assisting tho
choir were Miss IMftli 1or1ii, so
prano; Stanley Livingston, baritone,
and Chester LUiugbton, b.uitouo Itov
John L I lop wood was tho chaplain
with Until 13 Iloppin director of
music mid H.ir! C. Il.irtleU organist
The Hawaiian exchange prints the
following oil limitations;
t'roino Petroleum 35
Honolulu Consolidated... 1.SS 19.')
Templor Ha mil 10
Pyramid Ml 75
Associated 50 00 5100
K HOFFMAN, an ohl-llmo resident
on Maul, died last Tuesday at tho Ma
intain Hospital. A number of years
ago hu was manager of tlio Hast Muni
Sugar Company and was noted
throughout tho Islands for his hospi
tality He was also lollcctor of tho
port of Kahulul under tho monarchy,
Mil AM) MRS. AUGUST IIOUT
I'MLH gavo a birthday dinner yestor
dny afternoon in commemoration of
the alxly-sixtli birthday of Mr llnrl
fcld Covers weio laid for twelvo.
Those present wore Mr mid Airs,
lliit.lvo, Mr mid Mrs lliidnlpli Hindi,
Mr nnd Mrs P (!aj, Mr Pitluiii, Mr
(luldniilliiger nnd Iho Misses Mary mid
i i i
BULLETIN AD3 PAY
Dilivtrttt to All Prt ef City
Passengers! Phono ua your baggage ordor Xoday,
(Jai. H. Love)) Phone 1281.
, Shipping I
OPIUM ON ENTERPRISE;
CAPTAIN Y01GREN IS FINED
Not Listed On Manifest Officers oiv tlio Trail of More De
tail Mexican Arrives with "Machinery and Tin Plate
Much Sugar Arriving From Other Islands Lurlinc for the
Captain Youngrcn, master of the
Matson Navigation htcnnier enter
prise that has just arrived at lllln Is
reporleiKthls morning as having been
subjected to n stiff flno nt the ln
ctanco of tho Federal authorities. Ac
cording lo a tpl received nt Kahulul
.vesterdny afternoon tho steamer en
terprise fmni San Kr.inclseo with a
largo quantity of general cargo reach
ed Hllq on Sunday.
Contraband opium In goodly quan
tities Is alleged lo have been dlbcov
ered. It Is "more than likely that Captain
Voimgren or one or tho otiier of his
officer may make n trip to Honolulu
hero to straighten out the trotihlo In
which that vessel Is said lo have been
Kahulul also received Informnllon
W. C. Peacock & Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beep
MATINEE at BUOU
t - i t
Tuesday Decoration Day
Continuous Performance Commencing at 10 a.m.
Pictures Nothing but Pictures
Prices for Decoration Day Only - 5c, 10c, 15c
From 10 till 5
.veslordnyv thrtt a parly of United
States Fcilmnl olllicrs weto to liavo
arrived nt Hlhi this morning. They
parsed through tho Maul port nnd
snent some' hnimi nt I he Maul unit1
liHiklngTlnto malteis pertaining to the
Illegal Importation of oplum4
Mexican One Day Ahead of Time.
riptmrllltr- n flnn lid, itnuii frnin
Iho Sound, Captain Tiipley of Iho engors mere uo.ng um iwumy ,i.m-Aiucrlcuii-lliiwaliiin
steamship JIcxl- cU nnd 2K slccrago
can slcamcil Into the harbor this' T'"' frdnlit list Incluiled 1000 tons
morning one day ahead of his lime '""lasse carried In bulk and shlppc,.
called for ,ou tho icgular fcchedi.lo. ! f"" Knhullu. In addition theto was
The Mexican htlugs a vailed assort-' t,,ls "K. 2' ,lns scrap tin,
ment of general caigo a imrtlon of It ' -or.ise from tho canning factor
being taken mi steamers leaving New ' "'l " "" consignments of
York on April 2nd nnd Sth. Trim- fcncr!l1 cl,rP- t3ito a cr,0WtI n!,,8Pm-
rlilP,l n. TnlllllllllPliPn t til., MPxl-' h'Cll "t tllO Mlllsoll Wlinrf to WlttlCSS
can, That vessol inailo calls along the
George Sl Gott,
Elfreda Van Ness
Gilson ( Tolan
.'Every One a Hit
west const Including San Francisco
and Scnttlo vvhero at tho latter poit
was loaded quantities of feed HtnfT.j
The ficlghtcr brings heavy structural
steel ror tlio lino uaunay ami win
be carried In tianslt to tho Dig Isl
and. Tho Mexican Is duo lo Ball for Isl
and irlB on Friday. The vessel will,
call nt Port Allen? thenco to Kahulul i
and on lo IIIlo leaving tho.laticr poit
on Juno 12lh for Sallna Cruz with tho
regulation amount of Biignr.
Hllonlan -In at Six Tonlnnl.
Duo to arrive hero at six o'clock
this evening tho Mitt son Navigation
steamer Hllonlan will como alongside
Iho Hnckfcld vvhnif niter a trip whlcli
has Included San Krnnclsco nnd Se
attle. Tho vessel Is bringing no passen
gers but has eleven Backs of later
mainland mall. Tho cargo on hoard
tho vessol .Is snlil to bo a Iarg6 one
Including 10(11 tons mcrolinndlso for
Honolulu and also 112,r,22 feet lum
ber for this port. At other ports of
call the vessol will Jenvc 271 tons
cargo and 30,000 feet lumber and 1000
empty drums at Kahulul, J07 tons car
go nt Port Allen, 21 tons cargo nt
Kanli.ipall nnd 147 tons. cargo nt IIIlo,
Tho Hllonlan la-duo to sail for Island
ports on Wcdnesdny evening.
Lurllne Away Mid Tears and Flowers.
Amid tenia, tinners and hand incl-
the Mntsou Navigation steamer
Lurllno stcitiucd awny from her whmf
at ten o'clock this mornlnlg cnroiilo
to San Francisco. The vessel Is tak
ing n rather small list of cabin pas-
I tho departure of the. vessol. Tho Lur
I lino was given tho mall for the inaln-
Chlyo Maru an Early Arrival,
i Kioni San Krnnclsco, tlio .Inpntioo
liner Chlyo Maru is predicted will be
t an oarly at rival tomorrow morning.
Tho vcsrcl Is expected 'off tho port
. liv seven o'clock nnd will he dispatch-
, cd for Japan ports fend 'Hongkong at
four o'clock Instead of fivo o'clock ns
Is tho usual hour. Tho steamoV Is
bilnglug no cargo but wUl hrrlvc hoi -3
' with several days Inter mall, A few
' cabin passengers liavo been booked
nt tho locnl agency of Cnstlo mid
Performance at 2.30
Children any seat 10c
are again' obtain
able in all sizes
As Good as
"THE HOUSE OF 8TAPLE3" ,
Kukui on Extended Cruise.
Tiio United States lighthouse- ten
der Kukul will sail on or about Wed
nesday for a crulso or Islnnd ports
which will require at Icnst throe,
weeks to complete. Tho vessol will
mnko calls at tho various lighthouse
districts with supplies and nt tho same
lime her omccrs' Will pay particular
attention to tho location of mooring
buoys. Tho tour will comblno n gen
eral Inspection of lighthouses and
buoya In the several districts.
Missourlan to Follow.
Thb American-Hawaiian freighter
Mlssouilnn Is the next regular vessel
iln Iho sorvlco to loavo Seattle, with
general cargo destined for Honolulu
The Missourlan Is scheduled to "sail
from the Sound Jon Juno '-'ml and
should m rive horo on or about Juno
Helene An Arrival.
Yestci day's arrivals at tho port In
eluded tho steamer Helene with 11,
cr,5 sacks stignr nnd n quantity of sun
dries. Tho vessel gathered cargo at
Mnkcun, Papaaloa nnd Laiipahochoo.
Tin Plate for Canneries.
A quantity of tin pinto for the local
pliicnpplo can factories has arrived at
Iho port nu pait of tho general cargo
brought lo Honolulu In tho American
Hawaiian freighter Mexican.
Cattle and Sugar.
The frplght list of tho steamer Wal
Jele that arrived at tho port from Ha
waii today Included 8000 sucks sugar,
231 bales hides, 9 calves, 40 packages
What he referred lo as the "gross
Ignorance mid nls?nible,.lnconipctency
of tho Board of Health," was thotliemo
of Attorney J. Llghtfoot heforo Judgo
Cooper tills morning.
President Mott-Smlth of tho Board
of Health was under cross-examination
bj Llglitfooti us attorney for his inn,
Bert Llghtfoot, who was arrested for
violation of tho regulations of tho
Board of Health prohlbltlng'snlmmlng
In tho lidHior.
Llg)itfoot's croHs-cxnnilnntlon was
lengthy mid prolonged, his main Inten
tion apparently being to prove that
tlio upiier waters of the streams Mow
ing into tho hea on Oaliu nro "hcuutl
Inl and clear," which Mntt-Sinlth did
not attempt to controvert.
Llghtfoot also made the stntement
that people should not bo restrained
from swimming because tho Board of
Health Is not doing Its duty In keep
lug the bnrlior clear, ndillng that tho
rouit should Interfere uBl mako tho
board do Its work.
This court has no Inclination or
power to Interfero with tho work of
Iho Board of Health," remarked Judge
Waller J. Trask, former prosldpnt of I
Iho Um Aiigphm County liar Associa
tion, who was Htilckon with apopoxyl
at Iho California Club In U Angelus
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
Sunday, May 28.
Moloknl and Maul ports Mlkahalo.
stinr., n. in.
Knunl ports Nlllinti, atinr., a. m.
Hnwall ports Hclcne, Btmr., n. u.
Knual iioits Klnnu sttnr. n. m.
Monaay, may .
Kahulul Llkcllkc, stmr., Bits a. m.
Sallna Cruz via San Krnnclsco nnd
Scnttlo Mexican, A-IL S. 8., 6 a.
Hnn Francisco Limine, m. N. a. a.,
10 a. m.
' Per stmr. Klnau At I. Wilcox, C.
11. Wilcox, K. A.niidscn, Mrs. Knud
scn, It. A. Cooke, M. Cooke, W. Btod
nrt, II M ailtc, Mrs. J. Miller, 11. O.
Hciiileison, J. J, Armstrong, J. a. Scr
rno, c. O. Smith, "Mrs. It. D.'Moler, Mrs
Schrclncr, C. M. Llkawa, L. CJnonspn,
H. Kodamn. Owe Mrs. II. A. .Inegcr
j)ss Jaeger, Mrs, Pox, M. Mlkaclo.
Mrs, Kamnnii, Miss Knmanu.
Per nlmr. Mikahala Mrs. Haarbiirg,
T. J, Fltxpatrlck, Mrs. Honsnlves, 11.
Herbert, Mrs. Ilcrbcrt and two chil
dren, it. Qullin, Sakamoto, Mrs. Saka
moto Muraoka, Mrs. Muraoka, Saka
gnwa, Mrs, Sakngana, A. Tonnka, Mrs
Clark, J. F. Hrown, Mrs. Drown, Mlsa
L. Thompson, Mrs. Iau Tol, W. Knott,
Mrs. Pferiinorv '
Per M N. S. S. Lurllno for Ban
Francisco May 20. . Mrs. L. Hchert
pud 2 children. If. .iLcybourno, Mrs.
B. II. Hnllerstcdo and child, Mrs. 13.
W. Weaver, II. I). Trcathway, C. D.
Prlngle, Donald Gray, W. Cannon,
Mrs. W. Cannon, 8. It. Clark, Miss M,
H. Clilpmnn, Miss Mn'lllo Hong, Mrs.
M, Johnson, Miss Esther Kleanor Ico,
Miss Bthol Lee Toma, Mrs. M. C.
King, Lt Crowshy, Mrs. L. Crowshy. '
Per stmr. Manna Ken for IIIlo and
way ports', May 30. Llptitr J. W.
Searlo, MrB. Scarlo, J. ,(. Smith, J.
E. Hlgglns, Chas. Hall, Miss Woods,
-Miss Simpson, W. Chllllngworlh, Mrs.
Chllllngworth, II. It, Urynnt, A. Ma
son, Mrs. Oliver, Miss S. I). Iloyo,
Louis do Schmltz, Mrs. do Schinltx.
Fred Short, W. D. Short, Cnpt. W. R.
Ilcll, Iloy. J. W. areon, J. F. Brown
D. Svycedlo, Mrs. Rosccrnns, IB. A.
Cnmphcll. W. II. Hccn, Lieut. ,W. P
Knal, Hevr. d P. JVallace, K. K. Cran
ilall, Mrs. Qramlall, H. C. Donnols,
Mrs. Doimols, J. C. Kobcrlson, Mrs
Ilohertson, Miss Cohen, II. . Cohen.
Carl S. Smith, II. V. Patten, A. S.
Prescott, J. u. Cooke, IJ. A. Jaeger,,
Mrs. Jncpor, Fallior Joseph, Ilev. W.
C, Merrill, D. G. Untchart, Miss Mc
Lean. Per stmr. Klnnu, for Knunl iHirJs,
May 30. A. F. jviuidsen, Francis Gay,
Mrs. W. II. Haley, Mrs. Takaml, J.
P. Cooko, Mrs. (). Iieckort.
Per stmr. Klnnu for Knual ports,
May 3Q, A. F. Kmidscn, I'rancls (lay(
Mrs. Taklnin, J. P. Cooko, Mrs. M. J
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, for Kniml
ports, Juno L Miss Fassolh, Mls3
Per almr. Klnnu for Knual ports,
Mny 3(J, A F. Kniiducn, MrB. Taka
ml, J. P. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Per Bltur Mnuna Loa, for Kona and
Kan imrts, Juno C Mr. and Mrs. Lcs
lio, AHss Wallace, O. Mayall.
I TRAN8PORT BEr"vICe!
Hlx nt 8ealllo. out of commission.
Logan, 'from 'Honolulu, tor San 'Fran
cisco, airlvcd Mny 12.
Sherldnn, from Honolulu for Manila.
Sherman, fiom Manila, for Honolulu
and Ban Francisco, jay 14,
Crook, arrived at San Franclscd, Apr.
Buford, nrrlvoil San Francisco from
Shanghai, May 1.
IN FOREIGN PORT8.
1 P. M Manila, Mil) 211.
SAN FRANCISCO-May 27, arrived:
S. S. Isthmian from San Diego (Not
as beforo reported).
AVIRBLKSS S. S. Hllonlan arrives
from Seattle ti ji. m ; S. S. Chlyo
Maru arrives from San Frunclaco
tomorrow, 7 n. in.
Landlmj Out of Commission.
Accnidlug to icports from ofllcors
In the stcaiuor Widlolo that has nr
ilvod fiom Hnwall and Mnul, Iho who
landing jit Kiikiilhuolp Is nut of com
mission pending tho making of soiuo
needed lopalrs. At tho tlmo tho Wnl
lelo railed thuro for sugar, tho wlro
landing was hollcvod would bo placed
In good working older within a weok's
Noeau Out for More Sugar,
The Infer-Inland steamer Nooau Is
In bo dlsputrhcd for Kuii.il polls this
ovenlng (liMng general cargo and e"x
ptoslves. Tho vossol has dlscliargod
-';'00 juic) sugur and u quantity of
paineripfir.BfiHiip(ri.r.p,inaifviP.afrcpaatr-tpfrip)iipYrisiwpi"pf n p.piiR I
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