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EVENING DULLETINi HONOLULU, T. H, TUE8DAY, JUNE 6, 1911.
Orrunlr Sd'iiinl Degree.
Honolulu Chapter 1. .11.
iiml .M. I). .11.
ft ik in.
. Honolulu Till r J Itiirno,
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Hawaiian I lilnl Degree.
I.fl Aloliii Chapter n. il -
AU visiting members of tin
Order nre cordially invited to
attonil meetings of local ledRte
Meet nn His
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' oeT A.0.
tSUEFICIAL AJSnp-IATIO'(L elation, cor
iially invited. '
HAWAIIAN TMBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
fj,Mete every flrt and third Thurs
days of each rsuuth at Knlghti ot
Pythias Hall. vVleltlns brotheri cor
lially Invited to attend.
11. FOSTER. Sachem.
K. V. TODD, 0. of R.
lONOIUIlI AERIE, 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
ttretnnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles ire Invited to at
Oi:0. A. DAVIS W. V.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
KONOLUIU I0BOJB, GIG, B. P. 0. 1,
Honolulu Lodge No. SIC, D. F. O,
tike, meet in their hall, on Kins
Btreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. .Visiting Brothers are cordially
tavitsd to attend.
d p n iRnsninno, k. n.
cno. t. klpixiel, sec.
WM. UoKJKIE? LODGE. HO. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. ot 1.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretaula. VUlt
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. r. KILTH2Y. O. C.
E. A. JACOUSON. k. n. s.
I THE GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
I Cure Constipation.
Mikes Mew, I'ich
Stomach and Liver
Cures the Kldnevs.
A. N. Sanford,
Cotton Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
For Autoing and Afternoon Wear
Hotel St., opp. Young t Phone 3083
EAT AT THE
everything New Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
Mimuulc llullilliii;, roruiT Hotel mul
A InL fa,
Tim best I.t'imes In Inwn to fit OUT)'
E. 'O, HALL & SON, LTD,
Hardware, Paints and Olla, Chip
cliauillery, Htevai, Crockery, Qlattwarn
arid Klllin UleniiUl Sporting Ouodi,
Oum, ftvolvri anil Ammunition.
(lor. King and Pert OH, IIOflOLUI.U
To make poltle Mcntlllcntlon nf
Jcilm l.iui. nlui In alleged by the police
to lime committed a mtIm of robberies
while ii com lit mill In tliu cutody nf
llllth Sheriff Henry. Sheriff Jnrrcttnud
flilrf McPufTie arranged fur a meeting;
bctw.eii the nrcuscd man nml n iiuin
bii of residents of Mnklkl district thin
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Tl.eo were brought forward, and It
u. then thnt oiinortuntty wna Klven
.tteh of the vlrtlnw of recent robberies
to nttemnt to establish the Identity ot
the robber. I
Tin. n.Mi.n.i n. ni,i in nnm. '
lillntice with a request of Hlgli Sheriff ,
Contracts for tho pipe-lino thnt will
supply tlio big reservoir to bo built
In Diamond Head cralor have been
lot, and with the way Capt. Kdwanls
constructing quartermaster, is pushing
tho work nn Port Uugcr's new build
ings, tho development of this part of
Hawaii's defenso will proceed with
The Honolulu Construction & Drny
Ing Company has the contract for the
pipe-line, tho figure being $20,700. At
Kapnliulu road, below tho new brick
factory, tho water will bo supplied
f nun nn nrtcslan woll, and tho Lord
Young Iluglnccrlng Comiany has the
contract for erecting the pump house.
W. H. Hoogs, of the Honolulu Con
struction & Druylng Company, said
this morning that thp.plpe will leave)
Now York on tho first of July nnd
vvlll come by tho American-Hawaiian
The Diamond Head reservoir Is to
hnvo a capacity ot &00.000 gallons,
and so fast hns work on It been push
ed that Capt. Edwards expects It to
bo compacted In a month.
According to n statement by WaV
ter Dlllliiglinm. Hawaiian Dredging i
Company exuects to completo tho
dredging work nt Pearl Harbor well
Inside tho time limit, December of
thp present year.
One of the dredges, the South Hay,
was I doused soverul weeks ago und
returned to coast owners, und un
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lulu so sure were tho contractors that
the others ou the Job can do all the
JAPANESE TO BUILD DREAD
NOUGHT. TOKIO, Japan, Stay 18. Tho Japan-1
esc government linn decided to build n
n iirRiiinnuniit miiwr nr iuin innl
11 sister ship of tho one already ordered
In England. Work on the new craft.
which will enrrv eiiriit ihirto..n n.ni '
half Inch guns, will start at tho naval
yard In Yokiilinmu In AuhkI. I
H is rumored that thero will bo a
change In tho cabinet this summer.
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Two drunks added their mlto to the,
City and County coffers this morning
by acknowledging tho soft Impeach-
ment and paying fines of threo dollars'
and costs. They iccelved Bpeody ills-!
position at the hands of Judge Mon
sarrat this morning.
Wank books of all sorts, ledrrnm. '
etc , manufactured by tho Bulletin Sunday aftor having brought a ship
Publishing Company. nieut of lumber to Napooioo.
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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
Paucngeril Phone us your baggage
(Jat.. H. Love) Phone 1261.
Benefit from Rnhm.irlne Rlnnal.. I
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C"ipany for Iho cqulpmont of nlnol
M ,"' atconierB tr tli Bubinnrlno le-
(juiviiiK H.nuirnius, iiiciiuuug ino luur
'"rslBl iraneimcnio Bieanicra-mun-
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n,B '.c,11 ns l0"a on1 ' crsla- nnd.
le ,1'rco 1 "cln, CtaHt "'camera ot
Hl San ""anclsco and Portland
sicanisiiip company the Hoar, ueav
rr nntl ,tose U'ty,
it Is stuted that there Is now a total
of twenty five vessels operating on
the Pacific which are equipped with
the apparatus for receiving submat
Ino sound signals, the others being
vessels of tho Pacific Const Steamship
Company, American-Hawaiian Steam
ship Company, tho Matson Steamship
Company nnd tho Toyo Klsen Knl
Little Buforrf Has Sailed.
Tho small transport Duford, which
Is making one trip' pending repairs
to the Inrcer vessels In Unelo Sum'ri
lleet of troop carriers Ballod from San
Francisco yesterday afternoon. As
tho Duford is one of the slowest crnft
in the transport service it is believed
that the troopship will not come down
to tho Islands In much less than nlno
days. If the Duford arrives here be
fore Juno 14th, It will be an occasion
for calling n special session of the
More Dullness for Stackable.
Collector of Customs Stackable
might as well sit up nnd look pleas
ant. They arc still manufacturing
opium In China and It Is leaving there
In generous quantities.
The Hongkong Dally Press under
date of May 12th reports almost a
million dollars worth of uncertified
opium was dispatched from Hongkong
on that date.
How much ot It will eventually
find its way Into Honolulu?
Much Lumber for Honokaa.
Taking a shipment of lumber
nmountlnc to over Blxty thousand feet
besides other lines of general cargo
and plantation supplies, tho Inter
Island steamer- Wallelo Is scheduled
to sail for Honokaa nnd Kiikulhaclo
nt flvo o'clock this evening. Tho ves
rel has completed tho dlschargo of
C800 sacks sugar and wlfh tho vessel
there also arrived 77 head cattle, 20
calves and n quantity of sundries.
Supplies for Kona Coa.it.
In departing for Kona nnd Knu
coast ports nt noon today the Inter
Islund Btcnmor Mnuna Ia carried
among other lines of general cargo n
shipment of 14,000 feet of dressed
lumber. Tho popular vessel sailed
with a full complomont ot cabin pas
sengers while a goodly number of
travelers loft In tho steerago. Tho
Wanna I.oa Is due to return to Hono
lulu within ten duys.
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included in me iroigiu shipments
,or 0arc" ,sIand P01"18 . the m,!f-
,s,a"u "'earner n.inau sailing, ui live
o'clock this evening Is u consignment.
of mf barrels or oil Tho vessel has
been given ovei ono liimdrnj tons fer-
lluzc'- tor '"scnarge at Kauai poiiitK i
",0 Km wl carry ft" unusual
number of cabin and deck passengers
on this trip.
Another Notch for the Venerable Al.
That venerable and honorable bark
Aiuen lias nnotner rouna trip to 1'ti
get Sound added to tho long string of
passages, The vessel Is reported to
havo reached Port Townscnd on last
CITY TRANSFER CO.
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loft at Hawaii ports. Tho Iwnlnnl nl-
So carried about ten thousand feet of
lumber and consignments of fertilizer
Mauna Kea Awaits Belated Panenger
The gangway had been lowered and
the Inter-Inland flagship was woll un
der way from tho wharf when a hur
rying young woman made her apiicar
nnco at the wharf and In frantic man
ner attempted to attract the attention
ot Cnplnlif Freeman nnd bis officers on
tho bridge of the Hllo liner. Sho was
In sore straits when President and
General Manager Kennedy, Wharf Su
perintendent Thomas Clark and other
nttachces connected with tho steam
ship company dually succeeded In
calling u halt In the progress of the
steamer, fhom which wns lowered a
gangway and tho belated passenger
bundled safely aboard.
Tho Mauna Kea sailed for Hllo with
n number of volcano tourists Included
In her large passenger list. The ves
sel was well supplied with freight (or
various jiorta of call.
Local Notice to Mariners.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Onliu Isl
and S'ly side Pearl Harbor En
trance lluoy, 2, moved 100 feet to the
Eastward of its correct position, June
!i, pending completion of dredging
operations in lis Immediate vicinity,
will bo replaced ns soon as practica
Supplies for Hawaii.
According- to cables received from
tho coast, the barkcntlne Irmgaid
hns sailed froin San Francisco with
destination ns nfaliiiknun. This vessel
Is bringing down a shipment of sup
plies for Hawaii Inuxirtcrs.
According to olllccrs In tho Inter
Island steamer Wallele, sugar await
ing shipment at Hawaii ports includes
12,000 sacks at Honokaa and 1 5,201)0
sacks at Kukiilhucle.
Fuel oil for Honolulu has left (la
viola by the Balling ship Marlon V.
Chllcott. This vessel left the Cali
fornia port on May 24th according to
Tho Inter-Island steamer lleleno
with a full shipment of sugar Is due
to return from Humakua today.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Tuesday, June 6.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived: Juno 5. 7
p. in , 8 S. Lurlliie, hence May 29
Juno C, 0 ii. in , 8. S. Slerrn, licnco
SYDNEY Hailed: Juno C, S. 8. Ma-
ltlira, for Honolulu.
SAN FHANCISCO Sailed: Juno C. 8.
8, Mongolia, for Honolulu, 1 p. in.
MAHIIKON'A Arrived: Juno C, bkt.
Hawaii, henco May 20. Schr. Lyman
1). Foster, from Newcastle for Ho
nolpii. CJAVIOTA Sailed: May 24, sp. M II
Chllcott, for Honolulu,
I TORE STOCK CLEARANCE,
PROFIT SALE. In doing this tremendous reductions have been made
in the regular prices of standard quality goods.
Prices quoted here only single examples of the price-cutting on the
different goods : .
I 5.00 Lingerlo Dresses
Tort St., op, Catholic Churoh
(Continued from Page 1)
Tho assignment list of teachers for
tho new year will not bo ready. until
Thursday, according to n statement
made by Superintendent Popo (titnUtid other lines. Another feature Is
morning. Tho delay In having tho list
ready Is because of the problems pre
sented by Iho new salary schedule
and Mr. Pope fears that If the list Is
published with Inaccuracies he will be
Hooded with hatches of letters from
Irate pedagogues wild might feel thnt
they were Retting too much money.
Discussing tho secr6t conclave tu"
tho Commissioners of Public Instruc
tion yesterday, Mr. Pope stuted noth
ing of gtent lnixrtance wns transact
ed. Tho Kallhlwaena trouble was of
llltlo cbnrcin ho said, It being mat
ter for future adjustment. Ho ad
mitted, however, that tho Hcachora
who asked for transfer will bo grant
ed transfers but "not necessarily for
the reasons given."
-Maangcr Colhurn ot tho Knplolaul
Estate took it number of guests to Ku
llhl harbor this forenoon for nn ob
servation of the practical workings
from his standpoint, of the regulation
ot the Hoard of Health against fishing
In certain sections und llsh ponds of
According to the regulation now
enforced by the Hoard the tabu lino
for fishing follows the Kullhl harbor
channel. Kullhl harbor Is u broad
expanse of water and there appear to
be as many ponds for fishing on tho
Pearl Harbor side ot the 'channel ni
there are on tho town side.
The stream that carries the refuse
from the C. Q. Yce Hop slaughter
houses and tho surrounding piggeries
empties Into the channel nnd appar
ently tho prevailing winds would
force tho lllth acrohs tho Imaginary
line of tho regulation boundary Inhi,
the portion of the harbor where Hail
ing is allowed. The Kullhl sewer
empties Into tho Knllhi channel and
here ngaln to the lay observer thera
would appear to bo as much or moro
dunger ot contamination ot the wat
ers beyond tho tnbu line, as on tho
town side where the tnbu Is rigor
What Colhurn complains of ns dis
crimination is that the lino of tabu
follows the Hue of the channel, whru
tho fish and the contamination can
not recognlre this line. Fish can llvo
on tho clean side, go over on the taou
side to feed and then return to (he
clean side nnd deliver themselves to
the fishermen, without being urrest
ed, but the fishermen must bu arrest
ed if they catch tho llsh while feeding
In tho tnbu waters.
Colhurn says he ro.dd offer no ob
jection on the ground of discrimina
tion if tho tnbu of the regulation In
cluded tho whole harbor and Its ad
jacent llsh ponds.
It has been suggested, though not
by any ofllclal, as quite possible that
tho Hoard of Health olllcers may sec
tho error of the tabu line, but nt the
present time aro not alio to corrert
It without raising all the restrictions
against fishing In any ot tho harbor
im's June Prices
To Clear Stock
of our JUNE SALE. To make absolutely certain that this would
result the price-marker was instructed to make this a NO-
Ilegular, Sale Price.
4.50 IlojV Woolen Suits J3.00
Ilegular. Sale Price,
S .15 Dozen Towels .51)
Ilegular. Sale Price,
J .20 Pair Ladles" Hose 15c Pair
Ilegular. Salo Price.
10c Vests 3 for 2 Co
A. V. C. OlNOIfAMH 12Yds.l
(Continued from Page 1)
bought. Tho new schedule affects a
number of clasi.es of lumber. Advances
aro nnnnuneed In "selects" nnd "'clears'
that tongua nnd groove lumber, which
Is taken here generally In 32-foot
lengths, will bo sent only In 20-foot
Lowers & Cooke, Allen & Ilohtnson
nnd the City Mill Company, which
handle the majority of. lumber sold In
tho Islands, will all bo affected by the
new schedule, nnd It Is anticipated that
the local advance will be general.
Lumber charter rates have also made
nn advance, within the past few months,
and how no charter eah 1)0 secured
from the Coast to tho Islands at. less
thnn JC.iO per thousand feet, with $5.75
Tho almost unlimited forests of the
Northwest nrn being cut back from tho
water, delivery tG tho mills Is getting
more difficult nnd costly, and lumber
Is oxpected to be going Up to stay.
In case you have subscribed for tho
Evening 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n, and have up
to the present time failed to receive
your paper, the circulation depart
ment of the I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n should be
notified at once. Olvo exuet address
when mnklng complaint as it Is duo
to faulty address that your paper has
not been started sooner. "Telephone
225G or call at the 1) u 1 1 e 1 1 n ofTlco
on Alukea street to mako complaint.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June 5, 1911.
Olbo to Olaa Sugar Co Ltd CM
James L Holt and wf et nl tosJohn
M Dowsett D
A lleon II Magulro to C llrcwcr K
Co Ltd 1)
Sister Albertlnn to A Lolhulu Ke
Kahamiwal6 (w) to Wnlalua Agrctl
Co Ltd Exch D
Hawaiian Trust Co Ltd, tr, to Wnl
alua Agrctl Co Ltd Par Itel
Kalmukl Ijind Co Ltd to Lucy K
Jaklns , ' D
Court of Land Registration.
Hawn Trust Co Ltd to Lucy It
High ParT. el
Lucy It High nnd hsb to Ilruce
Cnrtwrlght Jr : D
Entered for Record June 6, 1911
John Buckley to Matilda A Mc-
Trent Trust Co Ltd, tr, to Sophia
IC Sorenion ct al D
Jnmes Lylo and wf et nl to Ethel
K Abrams , D
Ethel IC Abrams and hsb to Sophia
K Snrcn'on et nl M
W McCnndlcss to Trent TrffRt Co
area. The regulation wns put In
force during the second epidemic per
iod. That has passed und while the
restriction may bo continued under
tho authority of the Hoard to deter
mine tho tlmo when froo use of har
bor wuters may be resumed with safe
ty, once the. regulation Is raised or
amended It could nut be enforced
ngaln except under conditions ot epl-
deinlc-or Imminent danger thereof.
and to realize cash, was the incentive
Hig Reductions in Muslin Underwear, Laces, Embroid
eries, Drapery, Woolen Dress Goods, Sun Shades nnd
Umbrellas, Children's Dresses, Kimonos, Ladies' Over
Skirts, Dress Goods, Gloves, Linens, Ribbons, Mosquito
Monday, June 6.
Port San Luis Santa Maria, Am.
Btmr., 4 p. m.
Monday, June 5.
Kauai ports Noeau, Etmr., 6 p. m.
Tuesday, June 6.
Hllo via way porla-pMniina Kea
stmr 10 n. m,
Kona and Knu iiorls Mauna I.t,
Mnlinkona and Knwalhae lwnlaul
Per utmr. Mauna KOa" for Hllo li
way ports, Juno C. Major Willis, AdJ
Lewis, C. W. Rhodes, Mrs. llliodos,
J, A. Palmer, Judge Kingsbury, W
Chllllngworth, Mrs, Chllllngwoitli,
Mrs., Carlnlhcrs, Mrs. H. McLean, It
T, S. Durstnn, MrH. Durstan, C. Wal
ters, B. Pollltz, M"rs. W. C. Ashtoli,
Mrs'. (Jhalson, C. Hcdeman, Miss Mc
Inlyre, Miss F. Harrison, Miss V
Hucklnnd, S. Kubey, J. Kubey, .1. E
Vnnderstock, F. W. Halk, J. W. Homi
er, IC Fernandez, Dan Carey, M, Mc
CInnnhan, Clyde Deacon, Owen Wil
liams, Uev". It. E. Smith, A. Mason,
Hen Hoopunl, W. Lindsay, S. Lind
say, H. Johnson, Miss M. E. Putney,
Miss M. Putney, Mrs. A. M. Wilson,
Miss Evn Calders, N. W. Olffard, .!.
Molr, O, Hedemnnn, P. G. King, Mrs.
King, Miss EfTlo Hllcy, Miss Cnrrlo
Itohe, IL Bushcr, II, S. King, Mabel
Wilcox, J. Wilcox, Margaret Dunn,
Anna Hussoy, Mary Campbell, Ratio
Stewart, Mary Perry, Isabella Hoo
pal, A. Kinney, Ida Desha, Edun Mm
ray. Per Btmr. Mauna I.oa for Kona nnd
Knu iiorts, June C Carrlo Miller,
Flora Miller, Iloso Mllleri Itosn
Smith, Emma Smith, Julia Afiela, K.
Iuna, C. Slemsen, Miss I-anlaholo, H.
Hertleman, Mrs. C. S. Klnl, Mrs. 11,
Dawson, Miss Ella Paris, Mr. Leslie,
Mrs. -l.osllp, Miss Wallace, C. M. Far
ho, O, Ma) all, H. Hanebcrg, Master
Per M. N. S. S. Honolulnn, for San
Frnnclsco, June 13. Miss Anna M.
Rcld, Mm. Wm. T. Pnty, A. K. Good
mundson, Mrs. A. K. Goodmundson,
Miss F. A. 1-cmmon. Miss D. K. Fair
child, Miss Delia Prime, Mrs. Prime
Mrs. Dolores, IC Cutter, W; T. Pope.
Mrs. W. T. Pope und child, B. E. Por
ter, Mrs. II. E. Porter, Miss E. J. Llt
tlo, Miss M. 11, Armstrong, Wm.
Cliarlock, Jr., W. C. Merrltt, Mrs. 8.
T, Alexander, Miss Gustafscn, E. A.
tlamsay, Mrs. E. A. Hamse?, Miss G,
Power, Mrs. J. J. Dowllng, Miss L. E,
Hough, A. M. Elston, Mrs. A. M. El
ston, 8. IC. Knmatoplll, A. T. Spoare,
J. j., Maler Miss M..' Col linger, Mrs,
George J,' Augur, Vnughan' MacCau
ghey, J. Oswald Lulled. Karl W. Fle
blg, Miss G. Gilbert. Miss H. Gilbert,
IC. E. Crnndcll, Mrs. tf. E. Crundell,
It. F. Smith, ILE. Smith. It. E. llion
son, F. G. Lecko.
Per 8tmr. Klnnu, for Kauai ports,
Juno C F V. Grelg, II. P. Faye, Al
bert Garvlc, Fred Welch, A. 8. Dins,
Mrs. Was, H. Brandt, 6 Drandt, Jnll.i
Mohukon, Lydla Miller, Ellen 'Mc
Keaguo, Emily Kcngue. Angel. i
Wrlaht, M. Keawo, Helen Halner, Lyd
la Martin, W. H. Klcc, F. O'ilileii,
Angela Wright, William Wright. Sum
Peuhu, Mrs. M. J. Carvulbo, Paul
Sch-nldt, It. II. Whlttlngton, Mrs. Ito
Tognnu, Mrs. B. Knulaiil, Miss A, Knu
iann, Mrs. I. lona, J. A. King, Mrs.
King, Mrs. 8. K. Akin, A. It. (luney,
Jr., Oltvor Robinson, II, Hoblnnon.
Per stmr. Clnudlne, for Hawaii and
Maul, June 9. J. P. Coolie, L. II.
Wolf, W. It. Custle, A. Aim, M. Kcola.
Wllv Itnlletlii l per rear.
Ilegular. Salo Price.
J .40 Ynrd.,.301: Yard
Ilegular. Sale Price.
1 .75 each ,C5c
Doz. Hale Price, 00a Doz,