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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1911.
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llunall.iii Third Degree.
lliiiioliilii flmiilt-r l'.ist
.llntfriiud Most llxcclli ill.
Aloha Temple ltcgul.ir.
Al' visiting mrrabDrn of tS
' Order are cordially Invited to
attend jnestlngo of IocaI lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
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MARINE .EHBINbERSf 0"ao-
rtHfcNCIAL AJVIAliQH. ciationi cor-
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every flrst and third Thurs
days of each month at Knight ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brotheri eor-
tlally Invited to attend.
II. FOSTER. Snchera.
H. V. TODD, 0. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, '. 0. I
Mta qn tha 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of ouch month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of I. Hall, corner
Bvrctanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Kaglta ir Invited to at
r.V.n A. DAVIS W. P.
M '. Mi'TOV, Sec
HONOLULU LODGE, GIG, B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Iidge No. S16, D. P. O.
.Clks, meets In their hall, on King
Itrcet, near Fort, every Friday yc-
nlnr. Visiting Brotbera nre cordially
invited to attend.
l) p it ihiikiikrc li it
ii:o t. M.ri:u:u sec.
WM. HcKINLEY LODOE. 110. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. I'ort and Ihiratniila. Visit
ing broths re cordially Invited to at
tend. F. F. KILIIRY, C. C.
K. A. JACOHSON. IC, It. 3.
THE GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
Stomach and Liver
Cures, tho Kidneys.
A. N. Sanford,
Doston Building Fort Street
Over Stay & Co,
LATEST STYLES IN BAILORS!
COLORED AND BLACK
MILTON &. PARSONS
Hotel Street, opposite Young
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
Miisiiilo lliilldlnu', corner Hold nnd
V ,Tlie heit Lenses In to nil lo lit mcrr
C, O. MALL & 60N, LTD.
Hardwire, Paints and Oils. Shin-
itlUiitllcry, Bloves, GrutUry, QUitwsre
.ml Kitchen Utninln Spurting Heads,
Ouhf, Reyolvsrs and Ammunition.
carl KiwiiKi rri i, Honolulu
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
It goes 'without saying that every
thing la Heat at The Encore.
Thoso who drink ut the Anchor
Hntoou am Immune from cholera.
Uuy'H mid Joe Kalana's locomobile
can he found nt the Auto Livery;
Ainerlcuu and Hawaiian flags; a big
stock bus been tccelved by Wall,
Nichols t'o, Ud. '
Tho tlierinoniter nt Hotel mid Mali
op slieets registered 84 degrees Fuli
reiibeit at noon today.
Tha Oullet'in illuitratfd speclil
edition will bs of much Interest to
friends, at it describes and pictures the
land you live In or are visiting.
Salts made to your measure nt
ready-made prices by Geo. A. Martin
Kmplro Theatre Hulldlng. Suits $20
100 Green Stamps free. Boys and
girls fot busy, call at the showrooms,
Fort and Ueretatila street, nml ask
Uovernor Frear has appointed n
tux appeal court for the Third Judi
cial Circuit, the personnel ot the court
being F. II Conant, Q P. Tulloch and
Fresh California fruits and vege
tables In season and ' Puritan" creuin
ei butter received tomorrow morn
ing by tho S. S. Honolulu!!. Henry
Ma & Co., Ltd, telephone 1271.
Sugar along Kona and Kail, Hawaii,
an ailing shipment Is reported by
Pmscr Sheldon of tho steamer Mauua
Loa us follows: I'unaliiil, 9919; Ho
nuapo .1170; Kalliia 749; Kukuihacle
IS 200; Honokau 11,000; Paauhau
lln.ldii; Paaulln,5700- Kukalau 1711.
A Jaeksim, general Kuropean agent
of the Uock Island lines, has written
to Secretaiy Wood of the Hawaii Pro
motion Committee, stating that the
railroad lompaiiy is framing and In
stalling nt Its own expense u Wnlklkl
beach photograph sent by tho Promo
A very Impdrtaiit meeting of the
Knmehumeha Alumni Association will
,bo held this evening nt their club
hall, 1337 Fort street. Being the fact
that the election of o Ulcers of tho as
sociation takes placo this evening, a
large number of members nre expect
td to be present
"Clean-up day Is a good thing,"
snld Covernor Frear this morning, "It
will not only have tho effect of clean
ing the city for the day but will huo
the effect of educatlifg tho people on
the Important problem of sanitation,
llverjone Is Inclined to get u little lux
mid u shako up will do good."
Thu Humane Society will hold a
meeting this afternoon nt 3 o'clock
at tho YoungH;itel. Olio of the sub
jects to bo dliciisscd Is tho question
of destroying stray dogs. The society
Is linestlgatlng tho most humane me
thods, nnd may recommend that the
elty uso either asphyxiation or cynn
lile iKilsonlng, Instead of (ho present
method of destruction by shooting,
(Contlpued from Page 'I)
tho Incumbency of former Mlnls-
TIiik Fang. This was about
sixteen years ago. From there bo was
transferred to tho Chinese. eoriHUlute
genernl In .Manila, where bo remained
us u secretary for three years.
Ten scars ngo ho came hero as a
member of tho Chinese! consulate, nnd
his appointment as acting consul In
Honolulu for the second time was u
pleasure to him. bo snld this morning.
Mr Heng wn educated In the Tung
Wung College In Peking, under the
tutorship of Dr. Win. Martin, I.I..D., a
celebrated student of Oriental lan
guages. Tho doctor Is about 80 years
old now, but Is still benrty and strong.
Mr Heng has made a largo number
of friends since his arrival here.
Consul Liang got Into difficulties here
over the collection of a special educa
tion tnx, nnd wns accused of graft.
lp to the time of his lenvlni! bo denied
that ho wns to be replaced.
I'hlliese hoy with experience on soda
fountain Must lie experienced; good
wages Cnll t Honolulu Drug Co.
i: a a
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines '
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
Passengerst Phone us your baggage
(Jas. H. Love)( Phone 1281.
WANT JAPANESE MASTERS IN
President Asano of Toyo Risen Kaisha Still Holds Out for Re
tention of European Skippers Mauna Loa Brings Many
From Kona and Kau Andrew Welch Sails With Sugar
and Soubrettes Repeat Here With Lumber.
Japanese masters for Toyo Klsen
Kaisha liners Is a topic that Is again
to tho front and center In Japanese
steamship circles. With tho visit of
the Tenyo luru nt Honolulu today
tho oft-discussed question comes up
permost. When the Tenyo Jlnru left the Jap
aneso ports, considerable talk was In
dulged In. by those fnmlllnr with Far
Eastern shipping that a chuugo of po
licy was pending In T. K. K. inunngo
ment. President Asano, the grand old man
of Japanese, shipping Is stated as po
sitively against any deviation from
tho established principles governing
the selection of Captains for the Hoot
ot liners now engaged In tha trans
pacific passenger and freight busi
ness, However It Is stuted on what Is ho
llered excellent authority that other
prominent factors In Ihe Toio Klsen
Kulshn favor tho substitution of Jap
anese oDIcers for tho command of all
vessels. They clto the N'lppon Yiison
Kaisha which Is today recognized us
Ihe largest shjpplng company of Ja
pan. This concern now carries Japan
ese olllccrs on all larger vessels In
every capacity. Young Japanese nro
said to bo subject to a caieful train
ing In nil branches of tha business
They aro also stated as becoming pio
llclcnt la their innatory of the Eng
lish language and In many ways be
como lltlcd to assume tho higher of
fice now being held by foreigners.
One step has already been made in
tho T. K. K. In that tho big liners
arc carrying a Japanese "assistant
pmser" whose duties aro said to lay
along tho same lines as those lnin)H
od upon the foreign pursers,
Tho Inlliiciico wielded by President
Asano In the matter of retaining tho
few foreign olllcers now holding down
positions In tho T. K. K. steamers will
lie watched with keen Interest.
Andrew Welch Away for the Coa,jt.
Following In tho wake of the levin
than Tenyo Mam. the modest little
hark Andrew Welch wns towed to sen
shortly after ton o'clock this morn
ing by the Mntson Navigation tug
lnticptd. Tho Welch Is bound for
San Francisco. Skipper Kelly will
hnvo tho genial companionship of n
lively bunch of passengers Including
several theatrical performers who
have delighted Honolulu aullcnces
during their hrlof engagement. The
windjammer carried about a thousand
tons sugnr for Crocketts lefiuery on
tho coast. A number ot friends of
tho popular skipper wero on bund In
bid him bon voyage.
Honolulu Gallants Bid Fond Adieu.
A bunch of Honolulu gallants weio
apparently badly smitten through llu
questionable spell cast by a bovy of
gay damsels who aro traveling front
Orlontul ports to San Frunclsco as
passengers In the big Japanese liner
Tho Toyo Klsen Knlshn steamer
snllcd from Alakea wharf shortly be
fore ten o'clock this morning nnd
whllo Herr Berger did not put In nil
appearance with his aggregation of
horn blowers, tho departure won none
the less animated. Two of tho women
woro well known characters through
out the East. On several different
CITY TRANSFER CO.
OF BIG LINERS
occasions they have been deKirtcd
from Manila because of their pench
ant for creating u disturbance.
In company with a following of well
Known Honolulu young men tho parly
fairly mndo "Homo howl" by their nu
des whlNi wero not confined to the
steamer or tho whurf, but wero per
petuated on tho business streets until
It becamo a serious question but Hint
pollco Interference would be requited
to quell thejr riotous levelry. Several
pollco officers were at tho wharf this
morning to neo that these through
travelers did not mlsg their steamer.
Rough Weahter at Kona Landings.
Owing to tho breaking of heavy
sens along tho Kona coast of Hawaii,
the Intor-lBland steamer .Muuiiii f.oa
wu) obliged to leave considerable
freight behind nt Naismpoo. Tho Kona
nnd Knu liner returned to port nt an
early hour this morning bilnglng thir
ty cnbln uuil 4D deck passengers. Her
fi eight list Included an automobile,
imo horse, 13 head cattle, '1'J calves,
14 crntes chickens, 11 crates pigs, 31
hogs, 48 bales hides, r8 sacks coffee
XC bunches bananas, (lino sucks sugnt
and 290 packages siiudilcs. Thu re
turn trip to Honolulu wns marked by
light wind and ery smooth sens In
crossing the channel
Mexican Aaway to Island Ports.
Sailing for Island ports nt IHo
o'clock this evening the Amcrlcnn
Hnwnllau freighter Mexican will gutli
or up sugar sulllcleiit to mako up
about twelve , thousand tons. Tho
Httmincr will then proceed to Snllnn
Cruz where tho freight will bo tran
shipped across tho Isthmus of Tcliu
untepec to esScls In tho Atlantic ser
Claudine Sailing With Large Cargo.
Tho freight list of tho Inter-Isluud
steamer Claudine scheduled to depu.-t
for Maul am Hawaii ports at Ihe
o'clock UiIb evening Include 12 tons
galvanized Iron pipe 4 mules for
liana nnd some heavy castings nnd
pieces of milling machinery. Tho
steamer will also carry tho usual con
signments of fnitlllzur nnd lumber. A
number of eabln passengers huvobeen
booked at tho local olllec.
Llkellke Back from Maul Pcrts.
Hack from Maul ports where a ship
ment of supplies was landed tho
steamer 1. Ikelike was an arrival at
Honolulu this morning. Tha vessel
rcturncil with '1 horses and n fow
packages sundries. According to her
olllcers fine weather with modorute
sens wero met on tho voyngo.
June Clearance Sale
Has Started at Blom's
Entire Stook of Dry Goods is on Sale at Sacrificing Prices. Goods sold
to realize cash, hence tremendous reductions. Greatest
No-Profit Sale of Dry Goods ever held
Prioes quoted here only single examples of the price cutting on the
different goods :
S COO I.lucerlo. Dresses
rort St,, oi). Gntholio Ghuroh
IN FOREIGN P0RT8.
Friday, June 2.
YOKOHAMA Juno 2: Arrived, S. S
Manchuria, bencu May 22.
SAN FRANCISCO -info 2: Arrived
S, S. Coliinibliin from Sun Dlcgo,
(not ns before roportcd).
C1AVIOTA- Juno 2: Sailed, S. S.
Hobccrmis, for Knnunpall and H"
S, S. Honoliilaii will arrive enrly Sal
turday morning, lino weather, all
well, 3035 tons cargo for Honolulu
f2 pnBsongers for Honolulu, US hags
mull, docks al Hackfeld whiiif.
S. 8. Shoimnn will mrlvo nt 3 o'clock
this afternoon, and sail for San
Frnnclsco tomorrow morning nt 3
S. S. Tenyo Mnru returned to land
slownwnys and sailed again 12:30
What promises td be n serious mat
ter for Annie Knlaul and Jon Katiabl
kauu befoiu tho case ends Is the cruel
ty they !uio practiced on Joo Junior,
a child of eight yeurs, who was In the
Pollco Court this moinlng nnd exhib
ited jnuny marks on bis body where
the woman hud bitten nnd pinched
hint. In (Its of anger.
The twain wero arrested on com
plaint of Nancy Kiiuahlkaiia yesterday
und their cuses of "cruelty to u child"
have been continued until Monday for
hearing by Judge Monsarrat.
The defendants have been living to
gether for somo tlmo, according to
tho report brought to tho pollen nnd
tho complaining witness is mother of
tho child nnd wife of the mule de
fendant. From the uppeurnnco of tho boy It
seems likely thut matters will go
hard with the two defendants when
they como to trial, tho olllcers who
saw tho child stilting that they never
beforo saw one so bruised ns Is little
Tho omnipresent McKlroy wns Bent
over to the Jail to board for six
months on a vng charge this morning,
something be has been trying lo have
dono for the past week.
James Pohtnn was lined $21, nnd
costs for assaulting u Chinese, ami a
Korean by the mime of Kor was put
under bonds of $IUU to keep the peace
for n year, ho having threatened to
kill tho complaining witness.
Francisco Avllus had his case sent
up to the Circuit Court today, ho hav
ing been arrested for stubbing a Rus
sian ut Camp 3 some tlmo ngo, the
Russian making his complaint yester
day morning after leaving the hos
pital, where hu had been treated for
the wound for Boinu time.
Two JupnncM', Weda and Nomura,
who nro charged with sUullug stone
from the Knlmukl I-and Company, had
their cases continued until tomorrow
Purser Sheldon of the Inter-Island
steamer reports; sighting a four mnst
ed schooner off Pimuluu on Juno 1st
Despite efforts to loam tho name of
the stranger, tho glass fulled to re
veal Its Identity. 11 Is posslhlo (hat
Ihe vessel may be tho American
schooner I I). Foster now 49 days
from Newcastle, N. S. W., with n car
go of Australian coal destined for Hu
nolpti. Governor Frenr Is busy examining
tho new legulutluns of thu Commis
sioners of Public Instruction, which
liuvo to bo approved by tho chief ex
ecutive. Sule Price.
$ .no Pnlr
1 4. GO lloyb'
1 .ID Dozen
.20 Pair Unties'
A. F. O. OINCIHAMH.
Friday", June 2.
Konn nml Knu porls Mnuna I.oa,
iiliur., ii. in.
Maul ports Llkellke, stmr., a. tit.
Thursday, June 1.
Knual pints W. O. Hall, stmr,, 5
I.aysan Island Thetis U. 8. 8., 4
Friday, June 2.
Suit Francisco Tcnyu Mnru, Jap.
stmr., :3U u. in.
Sun Fruuclseo Andiow Welch, Am
bk., a. in.
Por slmr, Mnuna Uia, from Konn
and Knu isirls F. Llndermiin, C, J,
Hoogs, C. Wallers, Ii 1. Klnnoy, H.
A. Whlttlngtoii, C. O. Owen, Mrs.
Owen Miss Mnssey, Miss Kiln, Pnris,
Alex. Pails, A. It. flnriey, c. W. Ash
ford, F. (laspai, H. Todd, .1. Cooper,
M- II. Desha, Mis. Sumlila Judge
Stanley, Sam Keelllnol. Ned Nicholas
M. Manilla, Jas. .. McLean H. Ho
well, W.AIken, J. V. Hull, M. Ilo Ami
Per Am. bk. Andrew Welch for Sun
Kinnclsco IC. II. Kgbuit, C Moss. I
T Mullen, Mib Mellon, 11. N. Pnlmer.
i 1 :
Por stmr, Claudine for Hnwnll and
Maul porls, Juno 2. It. C. DonneM,
Mrs. Donncls, .1. C. Robertson, Mrs.
Robertson, II. C. Donncls, Jr., J. K
Ilodcl, Mrs. C. Huyselden, K. M.
Campbell, Oeo. Lycurgus, C. I). I.ur
kln, Mrs. Lufkln.
Per Btmr, Mnunn Kea for Hllo and
way ports, Juno C Judgo Kingsbury,
W. Chllllngworth, Mrs, Chllllngworlh,
Mrs. II. McLean, 11. T. 3. Durston,
Mrs. Durston, Miss F. Harrison, W.
I.lndany, S. Lindsay, Ilss Hvn Cald
eis, W. M. Olffnrd.
Per stmr. Klnaii for Kaunl porls,
Juno fi. A. Wright, Wm. Wright, 9
Penlm, Mrs. M. J. Carviilho, Ito T
Por stmr. Mnunn I.on, for Konn nml
Knit ports, Juno C Mr. nnd Mrs. I,os
lie, Miss Wallace, O. Mnyull.t
Interchangeable steamer-tickets, by
which It Is hoped the slop-over traf
fic of through paKsengeis In Honolulu
will bo more than doubled, aro ex
pected lo bo settled upon soon by
tho Mntson Navigation Company and
Iho Too Klsen Kulshn lino. Tho
Hnwnll I notion Committee, i,riB
taking tho matter up, iccelved the
following ioK)rt from Secretary II. P.
Wood, who has been prominent in ll.o
Tho following letter fiom Castlo .v
Cooko convejs piobably the most Im
portant information wo have to offer
"Honolulu Hawaii. May 21), 1911.
Mr. II P. Wood, Seciotnry,
Hawaii Piomotioii Committee,
Denr Sir: Following up your pre
vious correspondence with us In ro
gard to the lulcichnugo ot tickets n't
Honolulu between the Mntson Navi
gation Company and tho Toyo Klson
Kaisha I.luo, wo nre In receipt of ad
vices from tho Matson Navigation
Company to tho effect thnt they will
be pleased to enter Into such negotia
tions, mid we now hnvo tho matter
under advisement with Mr. Asanu of
Tokyo, nnd nlbo with Mr. Win. II.
Hose lCc Pair
3 for 2Ca
Big Reductions in Muslin Underwear," Lace?, lynbroid
eries, Drapery, Woolen Dress Goods, Smi Similes and
Umbrellas, Children'h Dresses, Kimonos, Ladies' Over
Skirts, Dress (loodh, (iloves, Linens, Ribbons, Mosiiiito
Avery of Snn Frnnclsco, Iho Asst
(len'l Manager of thu Toyo Klsen
We believe that ultimately we shall
be ublo to carry nut jour wlsheii In
connection with this matter.
Very truly jours,
CASTLi: it COOKH, MMITKD,
(Signed) T. II. PUTItlK,
"We nro mo,.t fortunate In gelling
Biich n Btrong shipping film Interest
ed In the matter. Tho nirungeiiient
asked for Is no muro than what tho
through traveler has n right lo ex
pect and If the liiteirlinngi's of tic
kets Is finally allowed It will nt ouco
double and eventually qiindruplu thu
stopover travel and prove of gloat
benefit lo our business Interests.
".Mr. VlggliiB, Secretary of tho Lw
Angolea Chamhor of Commerce writes
thnt the plan to Install special South
ern California exhibits In Umdon, Pa
ris nnd lleilln, Is still undetermined
but If anything Is dono n chniico will
bo given in in como In with th."
scheme. All the space I have asked
for Is sulllcleiit to put In an Illumin
ated Kiosk. If anything Is done pi
tho matter, wo will, of course, have
to pioparo special pninphlets"
4 TO MEET
Tho commissioners of public Inati no
tion will convene tomorrow moinlng
mid, In addition to the Important work
of nsslgnlng teachers for the new year,
will consult: r tlo dllllcultlcH of the
Knllhl-wucna school, where It In said
the pupils have been III tho habit of
using bad language, smoking elgar
cttcx on the premises nnd Insulting th"
The work of assigning tho teachers
for tho new year Is expected to bo
completed without dclnj.
ST. LOUIS STUDENTS
GIVE HISTORIC PLAY
St. I-ouls College students delighted
n big crowd Inst night with the giv
ing of tho historic drama, "The Dead
Wltnesi," nt the college. Ijist night's
performance was the llrst of two. Iho
second to be given nt 8 o'clock tomor
A chorus of 200 lioyn sang several
selections, nnd Ibis was not the least
enjoynblo part of tbn program.
Five dnlalrs was all theie was In
tho cash box nt tho Aluerlcun-IIawull-uu
Paper Company Wednesday night
when tho olllco was entered by wny of
u lumber pile nt tho rear, and It Is
believed by Chief MeDullle thut ibny
ho Is holding on another charge
knows something about the mailer as
ho was onco employed by the com
pany. Ilo Is being questioned this af
ternoon und the lllg Chief expects to
solvo tho mystery of tho ensh box
found In the lumber j-urd.
This morning Jbo chief was busy
hunting for u Hawaiian who robbed
thu homo of Mrs. Howard on Ailcsluii'
street Monday of somo Hawaiian coins
and n couple of rings of small value.
Tho shipment of lumber on board
the American sehooner Repeat lli.it
ni rived it the port from Port Town
send last eicnlng lolnls G20.000 feet.
The vessel mndo a rather long p-iss-age
leaving the Pugrt Sound ioit on
April 29lh' The lumber Is consigned
to tho agency of Lowers & Cooke.
Tho Promotion Committee has se
cured a number of mailing Unlit of
managers and stockholders In Iho As
sociated Fanner drain oleviitors or
the middle west.
W I I t Tl n 1 1 c t I i 1 tier vesr.
J .40 Yard.
5 .75 each..
Pillow Cases tl.DO Do.
Dm:. Hale Price, COc Doz.
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