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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, JUNE, 6, 1911.
OrMiile- Sm (ind Degree.
Honolulu Clmpltr P. II.
mil .11. I!. 31.
Kcniiljir .". p. nt.
llnM.ilt.in 'I lilril Negri e.
Ul llnlin I hnplrr i. S-Regular.
Al' Tlettlnff members of tke
Order are cordially Invited to
attend iae'lngsof local lodgei
Meet on the
2nd And 4th
at K. S. Hall
7:30 P. M.
aURINE ENGINEERS' Aho
JEHEFIC1AL ASVMATlQii. ciatiom cor.
HAWAIIAN TKIBS, Wo. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day! ot each month ut Knight of
Pythias Hall. Visiting 'brothers coV
slally Invited to attend.
JI. IXJSTEIl. Sachem.
B. V. TODD, C. ot K.
K0N0IULU AEREC, 140. . 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening- of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Bvretanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited tojlt
(nd. OHO A. DAVIS W. P.
Wit C. McCOY. Hie.
H0K0LULU L0DOE, G16, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O.
lk, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Iirnthers are cordially
invited to attend.
d p n isnN'nnno, n it.
ar.O T. KLUKCinL, Sec.
WH. KcKINLEY I0DQE. HO. 3,
K. ot P.
Heecs every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Ilcretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
T. F. KILUEY, C. C.
E. A. JACOllSON, K. It. S.
A. Ft Sanford,
Doston Building - - Fort Street
Oor May & Co.
Tor Autoing and Afternoon Wear
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Phone 3033
EAT AT THE
everything New Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
.Minonlti lliillilluir, rormr Unit I 11 ml
Tho hint I, run In Innn lo 111 cirry
G, O, HALL & SON, LTD,
Hardware, PalfUl anil Ollt, Hlilif
UuiHiffry. MImm, (taiLtf-y, UlnetMre
I lilt CHEAT UlNJAMIN COMPOUND I
Sherbalo ,Jlfc0, I;
I f.urcs Constipation. mB$
Mal.cs New, lllch JkSSm. U
Stomach and Liver raffXaEB I
llojul.itnr. 2j(St,!JSn I
Oures the Kidneys. yJ
- . - - . . 1 1 1
m Wwm) UlMfilTrilM ),
Republic's Cabinet Officers
Tell of Pardon
The can of John Cummins -.gainst
the T.rrltor) or Ilnunll li iignln be
fore tln Supreme Court this morning,
testimony being tnkin from former
members of the cabinet of tho Itcpub
Hi of lluunll nil to tho pardon and
restoration of civil right in Cununlns
Thoe c 1 1 1 1 1 (1 wero W O Smith, Judge
I'oop.T nml lloorge I'ottcr, who was
Mirtnr to tho foreign otllce
Tin- Itticsfc were placed upon the
Htmid by l.orrln Andrews, nttorncy for
rnminlns, mid there was .no cros-ex-iiiiiliiatUin
by Attorney-aenerul Llnd
nf. nnl tho bare facts of the pardon
Ouinmlin In suing for IGOOO npproprl-.it-
d to hltn hv the Inst Legislature, re.
poMifiit of hi lino In H95 mid refused
l. tin Territorial administration on
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At the session of thu Commission
ers Saturday afternoon tho public
school curriculum was brought up for
discussion by Commissioner W. L
Stanley, who stnled Hint the best In
terests of the country would bo ser
i d hv udherliig to tho fundamentals
rnther than attempting to teach chil
dren tho lss necessary things.
"A question 1 think tho board ought
to consider er closely," suld Stan
ley, "Is tho scopo of education wo
ought to give tho children throughout
tho wholo Territory. I think wo nro
trying to do too much. Tench them
the 'threo HV well mid I think vu
will be doing all that can reasonable
Superintendent Pope tnrgnod for
present methods, declaring that gen
eral knowledge Is worth while.
"Certainly general knowlcilgo la
worth while," said Stanley, "but wo
have peculiar conditions hero. My
Idea Is that wo should bring up good
voters, able to servo Intelligently 011
Juries, nml who can understand how
things go In English.
Stanley wanted lo know tho nso of
teaching Jnpanese, Portuguese naturo
study to which Pope asked how It
would bo possible to teach them Eng
lish well unless "jou talked to thorn
Stanley Insisted Hint tho unlnun
local conditions did not allow of edit
rntlonnl procedure, in Hawaii on a
basis similar to that pursued on tho
mainland and that tho same rules and
principles would not npply.
AT THE HOTELS
r Xg58SJr "7n!
1 ' - ' . I-'-H,
At the Young.
John A Mnler, Snn I"rnncIsco: Sln-
tlulr ItubliiHon, A I Ilobliison, Wnl-
pahuj A K l)aldson, Kwa; Oscar Cot.
Ilnlclna; II. 1. Kuje, Kekaha; Q. 1"
llalduln, Makawcll; C. ltoborlfc, C. J
Tho finishing touches are being put
on tho Htenmer Navajo, that was 10-
ccntly launched at tho Craig shlp-j
building yard, San Pedio. Tho vessel
will he hi charge of Captain Ahllii,
formerly of the Casco. Tho vessel
will nt once enter Into the set') Ice of
tho Hates Chesebroiigh Company,
which has chniteied her for thteo
wars nml will nperuto between San
Frnnrlhcu and Panama In (ho Califor
nia and Atlantic Steamship sen Ice.
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
Patiengersl Phone ut your baggage order today.
. (Jat. H. Love) I Phone 1281.
FLOATING DRY-DOCK NOW UNDER
CONSIDERATION BY INTER-ISLAND
Tremendous Expense Involved and Need for Deepening Har
bor Has Caused Local Company to Hesitate In Securing
the Much-Needed Improvement Sugar Fleet is Busy
A floating drydoclt, ono-of sufficient
capacity to undlly accommodate the
largest of coasting Steamers In Island
trado nnd which could bo made avail
able for many deep sea steamers Hiul
might couio to this port In distress
has been under advisement by tho ill
Nlgattou Cd. for somo time,
vlgntlon for Borne time.
President and Oenernl Manager I
A. Kennedy stntos that the need of
such a ilrydock Is made more appar
ent by tho constant, addition of larg
er essela to the lntcr-lslnnd fleet.
A recent experience on tho local mar
ine tallwny with tho steamer Manna
Ken, nt present the largest steamor
In this coasting trade, has brought
tho necessity for Improved appliances
to the front nnd center
A tremendous expense It Is claim
ed Is attached to the placing of a
floating dock nt the disposal of ship
ping at the port of Honolulu. A mo
del of a floating dock has b6en sent
down here at the request of the local
steamship company. It received seii
011s consideration at the hands of tho
Interested parties. It Is lestlmatod
Hint to lnstal such n dock hero would
entail tho cxpendlluie of nt least 11
half million dollars.
Then again a floating dock would
necessitate tho deepening of (he har
bor nt a place selected for Its per
To Insure a satisfactory working ot
tho dock would also require the dredg
ing to a depth ot forty feet or more.
Manager Kennedy has hopes that a
way will yet be found to secure this
Improvement fdr tho ort. It Is his
Idea to lnstal a dock that would bo
callable of raising not only such coast
ing steamers aB the Manna Koa or
the new Kllauea now under construc
tion at tho coast, but nlso ahlo to
raise tho stein of many of tho larg
er trans-Pnclflc liners which might
find repairs to a piopellcr as Imper
atle. It Is contended that to bring down
n dock that could accommodate tho
largest of trnus-Pnclflc steamers Is
out of tho question.
Many Will View Garden Island.
Viewing tho matchless panorama of
const lino of nt least two thirds of
tho Island of Kauai from the com
fortable decks of tho Intcr-lBlanJ
flagship Mtiuua Kca will be tho plea
surnblo lot that will fall to a hundred
or moio excursionists who will nvnll
themselves of the opportunity of
spending two days nwny from Hono
lulu as passengers In (he steamer on
n Kauai and Maul trip.
Tho Mauna Kea Is sailing for Hllo
nnd way porta at ten o'clock tomor
row morning with tho usual hugo
quota of passengers nnd freight Tho
easel Is lluo to return at an early
hour on Saturday morning and tho
steamer will recolvo a speedy ills,
chin ge and put In order for tho ro.
ceptlon of the excursionists. The Mft'
una Kea is scheduled to sail tho same
evening for tho Garden Island arriving
within Bight uf tho Island at day
break. Almost a complcto circle will
be made of this picturesque Island be
fore Sunday evening and thou tl.X
stenmor will proceod to Kahulul,'
Maul, giving the travelers Iho option
of spending Monday, Juno 12th, on
tho Valley Island as (hey see fit. The
KM I " '
CITY TRANSFER CO.
party Is due to ictnrn to.Ilonolnlu
oarly on Tuesdav morning.
Rlthet for Pearl Harbor.
A cargo similar to that which wp.i
In tho schooner V II. .Mmstou when
sho was abandoned. 111 n waterlogged
condition off the coast, will be shl
ped In tho .MnUnn bark It. P. lllthet,
which Is to lcao Sim Francisco for
Honolulu The Hlthet will go out In
command of Cnptnln It. O. Nllson, the
well-known skipper of tho baik An
nie .Johnson, which Is now taking n
rest In Oakland creek. Tho b.11 ken
tine Irmgard, Captain Jackson, of tho
Mntson fleet, wns to get nwny for Ma
hiikomi, carrying fertilizer and general
No Love Lost on Aloha.
Tlieio has been no loo lost among
officers In the schooner Aloha despite
tlio sortly pleasing cognomen lugged
about tho Pacific by that well known
lumber carrier Captain Weltknniil
of tho schooner Aloha was placed un
der anest at Hoqulnm on May 10 to
keep tho ieaco nnd compelled to pay
tho costs In an action of arreft
brought by Victor Henry, former stoW
nrd of tho schooner, who charged the
captain with hnwng threatened his
Many Changes In Kotmos Line.
Foreign advices nro to tho effect
that tho big Herman company, which
operates the well-known Kosmos lino
botween Hamburg and Snn Francisco,
via West Const ports, has disposed of
five vessels of tho fleet. It Is under
stood that the deal Is tho forerunner
of un extensive building order from
the Kosmos lino for a new fleet of still
larger and more 'modern freight nnd
passenger carriers to caro for the
company's growing business lo the
North Pacific. Tho steamers dispos
ed of aro tho Hathor,. Luxor, Itamscs
Memphis and Neko.
Passing of the Holy Ghcvt.
What's In a name! From Portland
Oregon, comes tlio startling Informa
tion that tho Kingdom of tho Holy
Clhost has been laid low or rather
stranded and ns this particular brant
ot ghost Is a harkontlno and for many
jears has snlled tho seas, tho pre
diction Is mado that tho windjammer
will become 11 total loss. According
to nvallahlo advices the Kingdom of
Iho Hoi) Ohost went ashore on tho
east eoart of Africa at n point near
Many Out For Wlrelees Jobs.
There nro n largo number of appli
I TORE STOCK CLEARANCE,
PROFIT SALE. In doing this tremendous reductions have been made
in the regular prices of standard quality goods. a
Prices quoted here only single examples of the price-cutting on the
different goods :
I 5.00 Lingerie Dresses
1110 Wulsta , '.
11. CU Quilts
Tort St., op, Oiitholio Cliuruh
cants for the examination to take
place soon at Mnr Island for the !)
sltlon of wireless operator on pas
senger steamers In accordanco with
the Art of Congress approved Juno 2t,
lblO, requiring nil passengers steam
ers on routes wore than 200 milt's
ldng and carrying fifty or nioro per
sons (Including passengers and crew)
to bo provided with wireless sufficient
to ttansmlt messages at least 100
Mamehutetta About Ready to Sail.
The big American freighter Massa
chusetts Which has beeh placed un
der charter by tho Amorlcan-Hawall-1
nn line ns nn extra boat to call at
Island ports for sugar, Is believed
about ready to sail from San Fran
cisco. Tho Massachusetts brought 11
largo shipment of coal from tho IJast
coast to San Francisco by the way
of tho Straits of Magellan. Tho Mini
sacliusclts Is duo to arrive hero about
Juno 20th. That vessel will tako on
n big shipment of sugar and return
to the Atlantic coast )Hrts direct, no
tinnsfer of her cargo being made at
Training Ships Are Coming.
To arrive at Honolulu along tho
latter pait of August, the two Japan
cso training ships Aso and Soya will
remain nt the port for at least one
week before resuming their cruise,
Tho Jupancse vessels aro In com
mand of Ilenr Admiral Kato. They
aro carrying about 380 Japanese naval
cadets. After n stay at Honolulu nnd
possibly a call at Hllo, tho vessel)
will taTie up tho cruise and proceed
Mlitourlan May Bring Mainland Mall.
(Icncral Freight Agent C. P. Morso
of tho Ariiorlcnn-Hawnllan lino Is of
tho opinion that a mainland mall will
nrrtvo at Honolulu on or about Sun
day, Juno 11th, by the Amerlcan-lla
wnltnn freighter Mlssourlnn. This
vessel sailed from Seattle on Juno
2nd. Tho steamer has n general car
go of merchandise a portion of which
was transhipped at Tehuantcpec from
vessels In tho Atlantic service, while
other lines of freight wero gathered
at San Francisco and Seattle.
Mary Dodge Back In Commission
After lying with Hie disengaged
fleet In Oakland Creek for over n
year, thu schooner Mnry Dodge Is to
mako a voyage to the Marshall Islands
In (ho South Seas. Sho has been
chnrtcrcd by tho Williams, Dlmond
Company, agents for tho Gorman con
corn which operates among the lsl
anils In tho copra and pearl shell
Kauai Sugar. '
According to Purser Kent, of the
Inter-Island steamer Klnau, arriving
fiom Kauai porta the following ship
ments of sugar remain at Garden Isl
and ports: Mnk. 18 121; Mo.lt. 47,-
niG: (I. & n. 400; m. s. o. 9i3C; a. r.
r,599: ic. k. n. 2100; k. s. m. tsto;
K. P. 69,000 and I P. 12.803 sacks.
Cleaned Up Molokal Sugar.
In departing from Olowalu, tho In-tor-Island
slcamer Mlkahala cleaned
up all nvallable sugar there. Tho ves
sel arrived at Honolulu with 933 sacks
sugar and 30 hogs. A fow cabin and
deck passengers wero brought to tho
Columbian at the Sound.
Tho American-Hawaiian freighter
Columbian has arrlml nt Paget Sound
and according to latest advices Is
duo to leavo Seattle for Honolulu nn
Watson Was Rudderless.
With Her rudder practically useless
tho Alaska Packers' steamship Wat
son crept lntd San Frnnclsco on May
Of our JUNE SALE. Tomake absolutely certain that this would
result the price-marker was instructed to make this a NO-
f .00 Pair
Itegulnr. Sale Price.
M.C0 Hoys' Woolen Suits 13.00
Regular. Sale Price.
, t .IS Dozen Towels t .tU
Hegiilnr, ' 8ah Price.
I .20 Pair Utiles' Hose lGol'nlr
11)0 Vents ,3 for Shi
A F. C. (HNdllAMH.
IB 'out of a severo storm and heavy
ens that came near putting her out
of commission off Cape lllatico, Tho
Watson As dnu from Seattle and
Mexican at Kahulul.
The American-Hawaiian freighter
Is nt Knhulul, Maul, today taking on
sugar according to advices received
at the otnee of C. P. Morse. General
Freight Agent for tho line. Tho Mexi
can will next proceed lo Hllo, theio
to complete cargo for Sallna Cruz.
It Is expected that when thu Mexican
sails from Hawaiian ports she will
carry In Iho neighborhood 'of twtlvd
thousnml tons sugar for the East
coast of the United States by-the way
of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.
Klnau Will Return on Saturday.
'ThO next trip of the Inter-Island
steamer Kltinii to Kauai ports will be
shortened to tho extent thnl the ves
sel In sailing from Honolulu at flvo
o'clock tomorrow evening, will return
to this port on Saturday Instead of
Not to bo ontdone by othor enter
prising steamanlp companies tho Pad
lie Mall Sleamtnlp Company has con
tracted with tho Submarine Signal
Company to install submarine re
ceiving apparatus on the trans-Pacific
lino steamers. This s)stem Is already
being used by tho Btenmers of the
Toyo Klson Knlsha and other vessels
on tho Coast, hut Is moiu generally
In Vogue on Hie Atlantic, where It
has proved a success In adding '!)
the 'safety of navigation.
j PAS8ENGERS BOOKED.
Per stmr, Mauna Ua for Kona anil
Kau ports, June C Carrlo Mlllor,
Flora Miller, Hose Miller, Hose
Smith, Emma Smith, Julia Apcla, K.
lona, C. Slcmscti, Miss I-anlaholo, II.
llertlcman, Mrs. C. S. KIM, Mrs. II.
Dawson, Miss Ella Farls, Mr. Leslie,
Mrs. I.CSIIO, MIbs Wallace, C. XI. Fai-
ho, O. Mayall, II. Huncbcrg, Master
Per stmr. Mauna Kea for Hllo vli
way ports, Juno 6. Mnjor Willis, AdJ
Lewis, C. W. Rhodes, Mrs. llhodei,
J. A. Palmer, Judge KlngBbiiry, W
Chllllngworth, Mrs. Chllllngworth,
Mrs. Carlnthcrs, Mrs. II. McLean, It
T. S. Durstan, Mrs. Durstnn, C. Wal
tors, K. Pollltz, Mrs. W. C. Ashloit.
Mrs. Ohalson, C. Hedcman, Miss Mc
Intyre, Miss I Harrison, Miss V
Ilucklind, S. Kubey, J. Kubey, J. K
Vandorstock, F. W. Balk, J. W. Renti
er, 15. Fernandez, Dan Caroy, M. Mr
Clannhan, Clyde Deacon, Owen Wil
liams, Rev. R. H. Smith, A. Mason,
Hen Hoopuni, W. Lindsay, S. Lind
say, II. Johnson, Miss M. E. Putney,
Miss M. Putney, Mrs. A. M. Wilso.i
Miss Eva Calders, N. W. Olffurd, J.
Molr. O. Hedemann, P. a. King, Mrs.
King, Miss Eftlo Riley, Miss Carrlo
Itohe, II. Ilusher, II. S. King. Mabel
Wilcox, J. Wilcox, Margaret Dunn,
Anna Husroy, Mnry Campbell, Katlo
Stewait, Mary Perry, Isabella Hoo
pal, A. Kinney, Ida Deshn, Edna M111
ray. Per stmr. Klnnu, for Kuual ports,
June 6. F. W. (lielg, II. V. Fnyo, Al
bert (larvle, Frod Welch, A. S. Dlas,
Mrs. Dlas, II. Ilrandt, O. Ilrandt, JUll.i
Mohukoa, Lydlu Miller, Ellen Mc
Keague, Emily Kcague, Angela
Wright, M. Keawe, Helen Hamer, Lyd
ia Martin, W II. Rice, F. O'Drlcn,
Angela Wright, William Wright. Bam
Peahu, Mrs. M. J. Carvutho, Paul
Schmidt, H. II. Whlttlngton, Mrs. Uo
Togaha. Mrs. S. Kmllnnl, Miss A. Knu
luna, Mrs. I. lona, J. A. King. Mrs.
King, Mrs. S. K. Akin, A. It. Qurrey,
Jr., Oliver Hoblnson, II. ttoblnson.
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Hawaii and
Maul, June 9. J. P. Cooke, L. H,
Wolf, W. It. Castle, A. Abu, M. Keoln.
BULLETIN Ads PAY-JbbI
and to realize cash, teas the incentive
1 .65 Pair
.12 Yds. 11
liig Reductions in Muslin Umlcrwciir, Liiccs, limbroiil
uries, IDnipcry, Woolen Dress CJootln, Sun Shiulw. un l
Uinbriillm., Children1). Drehsuu, Kimonos, I, adieu' Over
SUins, Drum Goodh, CJIoVcn, Mucin., Ribbons, ilomiiiio
A Rare Achievement
A millionaire could command no bet
ter smoke than a Van Dyck "Quality"
Cigar. Not If ho owned Cuba's choicest
plantntlon'aml had his cigars mado to
order, on the ground.
For wo get tho choicest selections
from ALL Cuba's plantations. And In
our factory nt Tnmpn, Fln.(-we employ
the most skilled Cuban workmen.
Thus, by making our cigar In the U.
S. We savo Import duty, which equals
the cost nnd doubles the prfce of every
No finer flavored or more luxurious
ly rntlsfylug clgnr than ours aro sold
nt double the price.
They sell ns low as 3 for 25c tho
grentest clgnr valuo ever offered.
And you have your eholco of 27 dif
ferent shudes. In nil digrees of mild
ness nnl richness. ,
ONE WILL CONVINCE
M. A. Gunit & Co. "The House of
Sunday, Jdne 4.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., a. m.
Maul, Molokal and Lannt ports
Mlkahala, stmr., a. m
Monday, June 5.
Kaunl ports Nocau, Btmr., n. m.
Sunday, June 4.
Hawaii ports -Nilliaii, stmr.. a. m.
(Enroiito from Knhulul lo Port Al
lot! Hllonjnn. M. N. S. S.) Passed
off port 4 p. m.
Per slmr. Klnau, June 4. H. I.
Fnyo, James Morso, 8. Oznkl S. Shl
ral, O. Robinson, T)r. Pratt, Frank
Cook, Mr. Rankin, O. Inoiiye, Mrs. .1.
Lewis and child, J. P. Cooke, W II.
nice. E. C. Smith, Dr. V. 8. Clark,
Miss Ilrewer. Miss King, A. W. Carter,
Mrs. Nodmeyor and Infant, Miss Law- .
rence, Mrs. F. Ijiwrenco, J, Oswald
Lnttod, Miss E. Scholtzo II. W. Kin
ney Mrs. Kinney, U Kinney, Mro.
Wilght, Homer Wright, 1). U Wul
son. K. C. Hopper, Mrs. Hopper and
child. W Tin Yau, Mrs. Mnhlkoa, Joo
Keawe, Rachel Puaol, Mrs, U M. Mc
Keague, and forty-six on deck.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, June 4, Mrs.
E. R. Oelhoeffon, W. Cranston, Mrs.
Cranston. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jose Mnkn
ynma. Ilev. J. Knlohelnnl, Clark, Mrs.
Gibson. Miss L. Gibson, ,.(rs. Sato, I).
I IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Monday, June B.
POnT TOWNSEND June 4- Arriv
ed. Ilk. Albert, from Na)oopoo
SAN FRANCISCO June r.: Sailed
at noon, U. S. Army Transport llu
ford, for Honolulu.
SAUNA CRUZ Sailed, June 3: S. S
Alaskan, for Snn Diego.
8 AN FRANCISCO May 31: Sailed,
Dkt. Irmgnrd, for Mnhukotia.
LONDON Apr. 27: Sailed, Fr. Bit.
St. Rngatlcn, for Honolulu.
Regular. Sale Prlco.
10-4 Sheeting t .to Yard.... 30c Yard
Jteifiilnr. Sale Price.
63-00 Sheets .7C each C5o
..,11. CO oz.
Don Hnlu Pi lee, COu Do.
UWH MNWIWI IHI OHHtWIIllWHi
OkW Kl4l ml t'wl !, IIOIIDI.WI.IJ
i ty) $TI M