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EVENINQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1911,
definite -SI. itn!.
I.rnlil (linpli-r V. 2
IlllVtlilbitl 'I hire! Negri I'.
Honolulu fluipdr l'usl
.Muslim ml .Must L'ucllciil.
Alolui Trniplf Itignl.ir.
All vlBltlnj me nib em ol tkc
Order at cordially Invited to
attend jnaetlnge of local' lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
t K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0th ao
HEFICIAL AVIATION!, cution. cor.
, HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
f Meets every first iind third Thurs
days of each month at Kulghti of
Pytblaa Hall. ViBltlriK brother cor
4lM.Hr Invited to attend.
II. FOSTER. Sachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. of It.
, i&Te. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY rinlnga of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
3rretanla and Tort street.
Visiting Eagles ire Invited to at
tend. Oi:o A. DAVIS W. I'.
M C. MiCOV, tine.
POKOIULU I0DGJ3, GIG. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu LoJgo No. 610, D. P. O.
tlk, moots in their hall, on King
Street, near l'ort, every Friday eve
ning. VNItlug HrotliprB are cordially
Invited to attend.
n p it isnxniina, i: it.
tii:n T Kl.VIXiHL, Sec.
WM. HcKINLEY I0DQE. HO. 8,
K. of P.
Meers every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7.30 o'clock In It. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Porctaula. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. V KILDEY, C. C.
E. A. JACOHSON, K. It. S.
THE GREAT BtNJAMIN CuMrMJD
HERBALO JSR I
I Guree Constipation. "POTtitN I
B Ulood. r?WZA. I
B Stomach andLlvcr f?ify3jiKB' B
N Hcjiilator ??r4&'& N
I Cures tho Kldncjs. '"yftgy g
A. M Sanford,
Boston Building Fort Street
Our May & Co.
LATEST STYLES IN SAILORS
1 COLORED AND BLACK
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It goes without saying thai every
thing Is Best at Tho Encore.
Thoo who drink ut tho Anchor
Saloon nr Immuno from cholera.
Clay's and Joe Knluna's Locomobile
can bo found at tho Auto Livery;
American and Hawaiian Mags; n big
stock has been received by Wall,
Nichols Co, Ltd.
If jou want a good job done on an
auto or carriage take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
The Bulletin Illustrated speelil
edition will be of much Interest to
friends, as It describes and pictures the
land you live In or are visiting.
Suits made to your measure nt
read-made prices by Geo. A Mnrtln
Empire Theatre llultdlng. Suits (20
100 llreen Stnmps free. Doys and
ghls iet bus), rail at the showrooms,
l'oit and llerclanla street, and usk
Pioneer Evaporated Milk Is puri
fied h steilllzatlon and Is without
P oserv.it Ives or sweetening. Your
giocer "ells It
Passengers! Phone us your baggage order today, CITY TRANSFER CO.
(Jas. H. Love)r Phone 1281.
(Continued from Page 1)
iln, whether the) missed their vnca
lion stunners or not
The Kiilllil-wacna cne vn not con
Kldcred nt tile morning vest Ion.
The summer school plutis recehed
ills, ukkIoii, Superintendent l'opo un
mitiiulmr tho faculty ns follows:
Cyril O Smith, dlrtetor; theory and
pmetlsu of Huchlng, Miss Muude Daw
son; English nnd expression work,
.Mrs l.lll.i O Marshall; lunxuago and
literature,. Miss Murlon Dean; history,
Win MiCluckcy; mulhemutlcs, Otorge
8 Itaymond; geography, Charles W.
Unldvvln; hygleno and sunltutlon, HcnJ.
Itulm: music, Mrs Anna U. TuckT
(director). Miss Jano Wlnno (assist
,1a the course of lili report to tho
omniNxloni.rs, Superintendent l'opo
During this school year tho depart
ment litis had 153 public schools In op-
ration. Tlieso now huvn un e-nroll-
iiunt of over 20.600 pupils, who have
I wen under tho illree-t charge of ubout
noo tene hers
During the year our school -system
Ii.ih had Miino ery great hindrances
In lh way of epidemics, unusually bud
MUthir, etc, but uvea with the-se dlf
lleiilllih I be lie that tho department
euli I'liilm Unit this past year has been
the inont priiKresslw during any tlmo
f ll exNtente.
The puipoBo of supervision adopted
nt the beginning of list enr. though
fin- from complete, hns proven a great
step toward moro perfectly uniting our
public school sjstcm. The plan with
the good reiulth seem gmcriilly nc-
ppteil, nnd the I.eglsljturo lias pro
vided liberally for the extension of the
The ofllco forco has been kept cry
huy with tho regular routine work.
Additional teuchers have been placed
from time to time. In some localities
here teachers were badly needed the)
ould not bo secured In many dis
tricts where additional tcaelu rs were
iliiced the enrollment has been doubled
luce December 31
"The rules and regulations adopted
liv the department at the last meeting
wiic d(llerid to the noernor for bis
uppioMil They linvu been returned
with his recommendations"
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel Stroet, opposite Young
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
' S. E. LUCAS
4 Jliisonlu lliillillng, (oriiir Hotel and
TIiii best l,ini's in loun to fit oirrj
" !. "! '
C. O, HALL & BON, LTD.
Hardware, Paints and Oils, Shin
clieiiillsry, Stoves, Crockery, Gluwwero
and Kltelien Ulenillsi Spertlnu Oeods,
Ount, Revolvere anil Ammunition,
Cor. King and Fort Sis, HONOLULU
Saturday, June 3.
SEATTLE Juno 2: Sailed, S. S
MIsKourlnn, fur Honolulu,
OKAYS HAItllOU Juno 2: Arrived,
llkt. Ilcnecla, from Hllo, May C.
SAUNA CRU7. June 1: Arrhed. S.
S Arizouan, from Hllo, May 17.
SAN ritANCISCO Juno 3: Arrived,
Sclir. Muriel, from Honnlpu, May
N'APOOPOO May 25- Sidled, Ilk
Albert, for Port TiiuiisciiiI,
EVKHETT Juno 3: "Sailed. Ilkt S
1III.O -Mn 31' ArrUcd, Sthr. JIol-
iofo fmm Kuieka.
Weekly l nil in tin (I per year.
MATSON STEAMSHIP MEN KEENLY
INTERESTED IN BARKER'S FATE
Honolulan Now In From San Francisco Will Not Be Over
looked By Federal Officers In Their Attempt to Break
Up Opium Smuggling Enterprise Chief Cook in Custody
of United States Marshal.
Officers In tho Mntson Navigation
chartered steaner Honoliilrn that ur-
rled from Snn Francisco this morn
ing showed keen Interest In tho re
cent developments In un uttempt made
by Federal ofllcers In Hawaii, In put
ting n slop to Illegal Imiiortntioiis of
opium Into tho Territory.
United States District Attorney
ltobort lireckons Is quoted as stating
Hint n great deal of opium has been
brought In by tho Mntson steamer to
Hllo, where It has been taken off an I
then shipped to Honolulu, or to pprtB
of tho other Islands. Ah Mun, the
Chlncso pantryman on the Maunu
Ke.i, who wna recently arrested In
Honolulu, wna one of the carriers for
the local trado,
Chief Engineer Harkcr, of the Mat
son steamer Wllholmlna had n num
ber of friends on board the Honolu
Ian who wero nnxlous to learn of his
fate. Darker is now slntcd for trou
blo ahead if tho seductions coming
from 1'edernl ofllcers hero can bo ru
The Hawaii Herald states that
Daikcr who Is well known in shlpplni
circles of Honolulu brought some
opium ashore In n suit case on Muy
IS, whon tho Wllhclmlna was In thla
port nnd was held by by two local
police olllccrs, I.leut. Kalnn nnd Pa
trolman Kama, nt file Walakea lirldpe
Ho got hold of Captain Peterson, who
has charge of tho Mntson warehouse
work, who later telephoned to Knlph
llnlding, the local head of Hi ewer &
Co., who mo (he local Matson agents,
fof fifty dollars.
Tho lutlcr. It Is understood, thought
that It was needed for ball and bor
rowed It from Dr. W. II. Schocnlng
mid (leorgo Cool, nf this city. As tho
result they have nil been Huhpocnaed
to appear beforo tho Federal Annul
Juiv nnd tell what they know of tho
mailer. It Is understood hero thnt
that tho opium was disused of lo A'l
Mun, a pantryman on Iho Mauna Ken,
who wns arrested In Honolulu on
Fellso I.udrek, tho chief cook of
tho Enterprise, wns nrrosted on Mon
day, on u chargo of smuggling opium
Ho Is said to hno brought In tho
dope on tho last trip and to havo dis
posed of twcho tins which nro now
In possession of tho Federal ollleers
They allowed him to rnunln on board
tho steamer till the present tup, ex
pecting to make a big killing, hut so
fur as can bo learned, no opium hus
Sherman Carried Few 8towaways.
Despite, tho rtgoioiis Inspection
mndo of all porsons who vlsltod the
decks of the United StntC3 urmy
transport Sherman during tho hilr-r
stay of Hint sesel at tho port n
number of stowaways succeeded in
making their disappearance from the
usual haunts nmUnro by this tlmo be
lieved to bo well on their way lo tho
const. Thero woro some disappoint
ed ones nt the navy wharf HiIb morn
ing Tlieso failed to get aboard un
der tho cover of durkness uud after
tho day dnwnod too much risk uttend
od ar effort to gain admission to tho
The departure of the Sbormnu
brought out a largo gathering of urmy
and navy people, Tho Torrltoilal and
Murine band were present nnd vied
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
wl'h each other In the rendition of a
pleasing program of patriotic melo
dies. Thq Sherman nrrlved from Manila
by the way of Nugasukl, Jupun, after
what is leportcit as a pleasant voy
age. Hut a few tons of general ijuar
termaster supplies weie left here. He
fore Ho vessel sailed at nlno o'clock
tills morning for San Francisco about
one hundred tons pcrsonul offectB be
longing to ofllcers and troops on or
ders wero placed aboard for shipment
to tho mainland.
Hut two first class passengors left
the transport ut Honolulu, they be
ing I.toutenant and Mrs. Wrlghtsnii
who will romnln over hero for u brief
visit befoto continuing tho Journey to
Tho transport sailed from Manila
on May 14th loaded to the guards
with first, second nnd troop passen
gers. One day was spent nt Marlveles
riiarautliio station and then vessel
proceeded, to Nagasaki, Japan, whore
a large qunntlty of coal was taken on
Arriving here )ostordny afternoon,
tho troopship was shown to be carry
ing to the mainland, 95 first cabin, OS
second cabin nnd ii'7 steerage pissen
gors. A number of cntllsted men Join
ed tho tioopshlp at this point.
Major irrnest Hinds, Sixth Field
Artillery was the commanding olll
cor on board while Major Joseph T
Dlckmnii, lnsiiccliir flenernl was rank
ing olllccr fiom Manila to Honolulu.
The SJicim.m was given a goodly
iiunntlty of mail for tho mainland.
Enterprise Sailing Wednesday.
Piobably minus tho presiding gcnliiu
of tho galley, tho Mutson Navigation
steamer Entcrprlso Is scheduled to
sail fiom Hllo for San Francisco on
next Wednesday. A careful seaich
mndo of that vessel while nt Hllo de
veloped In II 1 1 lo opium being found
but Pedis I.udrek' cook In the ship was
placed under arrest.
Tho chargo ugalnst I.udrek is Hint
on the last trip of the Enterprise to
Hllo he brought ashnra twelvo Hub of
opjuin, which ho loft hero to bo sold.
I.udrek Is said by tho authorities to
havo told a strungo story of how- ho
got mixed up with tho dope. He said
Hint when tho vessel was In Snn Fran
cisco, ho met a stranger who orfoied
to sell him twelve tins of tho contra
band stuff for (100. As opium wns
then Belling at $30 a tin In Sun Fran
cisco, ho could not resist tho hnrgain
nnd bought it. When ho came to Hllo
he left It with a friend with Instruc
tions to sell It for $45 n tin. Tho au
thorities do not believe this Btory,
nnd think thnt I.udrek la mixed up
with other mombers of tho crew, nnd
n number of its members will prob
ably be held cither in Hllo or In Ho
nolulu to testify when the matter
comes befoio tho courts,
Aviation and Fistic Stars.
Aviation and fistic stills of thn first
firmament wero promlirent In tho list
of fifty passenger's to nirlvo tills
morning In tho Mntson Nnvtgattim
chartered steamer Honolulan, Cap
tain Dennett reports n due trip down
from the coast. Decoration Day was
observed on tho ship with n line cele
bration. All sorts of games and
sporting stunts were features of tho
Tho Honolulan brought n fair sized
cargo Including 4500 tons gcnernl
merchandise Including cement nnd
7S00 bales of hay for the local quar
termaster department. On deck trav
eled a shipment of 42 head mules, o
horses and 33 bullocks. A mainland
mall nmuiintlng to 98 sneks wns re
ceived by tho postnl olllclnls. Tho
first two dnys after leaving Snn Fran
cisco, tho big steamer mot with some
rather rough weather. Clarence Wal
ker nnd D. Masson, nvlatnrs, with a
monoplane, arrived as did a pair of
rather nifty flghtors who will enter
tho lists here for n go nt one of tho
ipcnl tlientica. The stoamer has 400)
tons freight for Knhulul and 2C0 tons
for Hllo. The vessel Is expected to
leave for San Francisco on Juno 13th.
Many Casuals In Transport Sherman.
The United Statos army transisirt
Sherman that suiled from Honolulu
for San Francisco at nlno o'clock this
morning carried as through passen
gers u Inrgc percentage of casuals.
Thero was no regular organization on
board. Her troop quarters wero well
filled with tho following: 370 casuals,
U. q A.:' 17 casuals, IT. S. M. C: 21
casuals, U. S. N.; 1C sick, 10 prison
ers, 23 dlhchnrga soldiers, 23 civili
ans and S civilians, 1st cabin privi
Hawaii Sugar List.
Purser Phillips of tho steamer Ma
una Kea arriving this morning re
ports tho following sugar awaiting
shipment on Huwall: Olan 14,950;
Walakea 21,000; Hawaii Mill 7700;
Wnlnaku 12,000; Onomca lfiOOO; Pe
peekeo 0800; Honnmu 4000; Hnknlaii
21,700; Iiupnhoehoo MOO; Kuknlaii
(D) 3228; Kuknlaii (II) 1483; llama
kua B700; Pa-iuhnu 13 400; Hunnk'in
11,000; Kiikiilhaclo 18,200; Pimnluu
10,119; Honunpo 3487.
Local Notice to Mariners.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Maul Isl
and. Nly side Knhulul Harbor Ka
li ill ill Hrenkwaler Light Characteris
tic changed, Juno 1, 1911, from fixed
red to n white light showing thus:
Light l.B see; eclipse fin sec
Light Is unwutcbcil. Without other
Virginian Off for Sallna Cruz.
After completing Inking on sugnr
nt Hllo, Iho Amorlcan-IIuwallan
freighter Virginian with neatly twelvo
thousand tons of thin product sailed
fiom tho Hnwr.ll port on last Tues
day afternoon with destination ns Sa
Oil for Island Ports.
Fuel nil for Hawaiian Island port
hns left tho Pacific coast according
to n cable that has been lecelveil
hero Tho steamer Hosecrans with oil
for Knnnnpnll and Honolulu sailed
from Oavlota )csterday.
Manchuria Has Arrived at Japan.
According to cnbles received heio,
the Pacific Mall liner Mnnchiiiln that
sailed rum Honolulu for Japan nnd
China ports arrived at Yokohama )es-terdny.
These Cigars Profit
You--Not the U. S.
We might make our cigars In Cuba. But we couldn't make
them any better, and tie duty would double the cost.
So we save fully 60 percent, by having our factory In Tampa,
Florida where Cuba's climate prevails.
Herd we employ none but Cuban experts -the best cigar
makers in the world.
Our tobacco Is the pick of
the choicest Havana leaf
grown selected from the stalk
mellowed on native soil and
prepared in our own Cuban
No man who knows the de
lights of pure Havana to
bacco will fail to appreciate
the Van Dyek "Quality."
( All the rare fragrance and
sweet mellowness of the "Im
ported" Is retained In this
cigar. All the expense attach
to the word left out.
And there's a Van Dyck
"Quality" cigar for every
taste. They come In 27 differ
ent sises thin and mild, fat
Smoke one today.
AT YOUR DEALERS 3-FOR-25e JO 25c EACH
M. A. QUNST & CO-"The House of Staples" Distributors
; . -I
Friday, June 2.
Manila via Nngnsakl. Japan Shor
mun, U, S. A. T., 3 p. in.
Saturday, June 3.
Hllo via way porta Mauna Kea
Btmr., a. ni.
San Francisco Honolulan, M. N. S.
S., u. m.
Friday, June 2.
Hawaii via Maul ports Clnudlnc,
Mmr., C p. in.
S.illna Cruz via Island ports Mexi
can, A.-H. S. S.. C p. in.
Saturday, une 3.
San Fianclscn Sliciiunn, IT. S, A.
T., 9 a, in.
Per M. .N. S. 8. Hniioliilaii from
Sou Fianclsco Win. (J. Achl, N, C.
Adaisldes, W. C. Ashton, Mis. AbIi
lon. It. Ilennntt, N. Uoiinett, May 111
ven, Jules Hnilet, Leo Hond, Mrs. It,
C. Caiiillhcii, MIsb U Coiiulnu, (J. K.
C'ouse, Mrs. (ioiiso, Mrs. F. Crossey,
Sir. and Mis. (1. U. Curtis, W. P,
Darslo, Clyde Deacon, John Eniiue
I is til . Miss M. Fenncrstcln .1. A. (l.-im-
bio, Mis. (Iambic MIsh (Iambic, Mrs.
'tlH. ,.., ,. rt m ..
, iii. tiiiiMiu, ihi eicorge, u. i. uu
selden, S. C. Kennedy. Mrs. .1. Luk
onhelmer, Miss L)iibronko, 1). Musim.
John A Malro, Ernest Moses, Mis. W.
Macfarlnud, M. Mlkkclson Mrs. Mlit
kelBon, p. Moebloy, Dr. I W. O Ururkn
J. W. Until, Mrs. Schwurtz, Clurenco
Walker, L. Wniren, Ceo. Wilcox, N
Wilcox, .1. H. Nllson.
Per Btmr, Milium Ken fiom Hllo via
way iirls Airs. Oliver, ,lno. A. Huck
and wife Miss Duck nnd governess,
I., do Schmltz mid wire. Miss S. D.
lloyo. W. Dulsenherg, It. W lirec
kons, E. rt. Hendry D. 11. Mncoiu
chle, V Hard, S. Bwltzer, It. I. MUlo
nnd wife. Miss Vnu Decker, E. Fer
nandez (leo. A. Cool, Dr W. II.
Pchocnlng, O. L. Duckworth, wlfo and
child, Mrs. S. Knhaunnele, Jno. Do-
SMALL FIRE IN HARNESS SHOP.
,; I J "(...&
June Clearance Sale
l a J i Jt V e I
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
Prices quoted here only single examples of the price outting on the
different goods :
Itegular. Sale Price.
$ COO l.lngerlu Dresses $ 3.S0
Itegulur. Salo Price.
$1.00 Wulsts , $1.10
Itegular. - Ralo Price.
$1,110 Quilts 11,16
Itegulur. Sule Price,
$1.25 qiirlalns $ ,90lMlr
$2 00 Hultn.
Jt.SO Hoys' Woolen Suits $3.00
Itegulur. Salo Prlco.
$ .15 Dozen Towels $ ,M
Itegulur. Salo Price.
$ ,20 Pair ladles' llo.su ItloPalr
Itegular. Rilo Prlco.
lOu Vests 3 for 2Ca
A I'. C. niNHHAMH 12Yda.$l
Itegular. S.ilo Price.
10-4 Sheeting $ .40 Yuid....30e Yurd
Itegular. Salo Price.
03-00 Sheets $ .75 euih C5u
Itegulur. S.ilo Price.
$2.00 DuO'lllovv Cases $1.50 Doz.
$ .05 Pair
LINEN TORCHON LACES
Iteuulur, $1 Don. Halu Price, COo Doz.
Fort St., op, Catholio Ghuroh
Hiji Reductions in Muslin Underwear, Luce?, litnliroid
cries, Drapery, Woolen Dre,ss Goods, Sun Shades nn d
Umbrellas, Children's Dresses, Kimonos, Ladies' Over
Skirts, Dress (iiiods, Gloves, Linens, Kiblions, Mosquito
lor, J. O. Pete-son, 'J; L. Young, Mrs.
A. M. Wilson, O. 11. Shlpmnn, .1. King,
Miss L. Kahcul, Mrs. O. H Slilpman
E. E. Crundall and wife, Jno. T Molr,
C. Union, Mrs. J, Pucceras uud 3
children, Miss L. Watson, C. Uolto,
Miss II. Chaves, Miss M. Vlerra. F.
Ijuw, A. Dolron, Chung Mow Nnin.
Funk Hong, Nltn, 8. Hlrose, (1. N
Nugusa, E. Shrlutslil, W T. Fiost,
Dr. A. C. Wull, I,. McFarlaiio. D.
Lolth, D. T. Carey, Mrs. Odo. J. 11
Jones, Dr. Wong Lcong, wlfo ami
Por stmr. Claudlno for Hawnll and
Maul poits, Juno 2. II. C. ejjnnncU,
Mrs. Donnels, J. C. Robertson, Mis
Robertson, H. C. Donnels, Jr., J. K
Ilodel, Mrs. C. Haysehluii, E. M
Cnmpbell, (loo. L)cuigiis, C. 1). I.uf
l.ln, Mrs. Liifkln,
Por slnir. Mauna Kea for Hllo nnd
way iiorta, Juno C. Judgo Klngshiir),
W. Chilllngworth, Mrs. Chllllngworth.
Mrs. H. McLean, It. T. S. Diirslou,
Mrs. Diuston, Miss F. Harrison, w.
Lindsay, S. Lindsay, Miss Eva Odd
er s, W. M. fllrfard.
Per stmr. Klnau for Knual ioits,
Juno fi. A. Wilght, Win Wright. H
Pealiu, Mrs. M. J. Cnrvulho, Ho To
ga n a.
Per fctnir. Mnuna I.oa, for Konsi nnd
Kail ports, Juno C Mr. and Mrs. I.cs
llo, Miss Wnllnce, O. Mnyull.
A small the broke out shorlls' after
9 o'cloik In n Clilneso harness uiul
repair shop on Hi rcttiul.i street near
Aula Palk Tho llru ilep irlment i
Hponihd to the iilnrin mid put out the
tiro before much ilnumgo hud been
The,e(rtlon of riding fifty miles mi
n good blcyele Is ubout equal to that
of ii (lfteen-mlle walk