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EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1911.
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Oceanic -Nt-nuid INcrr'r.
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Honolulu ('luplrr P. j.
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IIiiiiiiIiiIii - Third Drgne,
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l.i I UiiIiii Chapter . 3
All visiting merubern of tka
Order are cordially invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd rind 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE EN6IHEEHS" 0 he w
WEKEFICIAL ASSIATIOH. efauu cor.
HAWAIIAN THIBS, Ko. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
MmIh every flrst and third Thurs
ys of eaib month al Knights ot
Pythias Hall. VitdtlnR brotheri cor
ililly invited to attend.
II. It)STlin, Sacbtru.
K. V. TOUD, 0. ot n.
$ lONOLULU AEME, HO, JP. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 1th WKD-
4' NE3DAT evenings ot each month at
. 1:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla anil Fort streets.
'; Visiting KaglM ere Invited to at-
i , ni:i A DAVIS V. P.
VM C. Mit.'Oy, Hoc,
C" ' HONOLULU LODGE, G16, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, TJ. P. O.
KIVi, meets In tbelr hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
incited to attend.
n p. n lSHNiuinci, 12 n.
C1KO. T Kl.VUOUU Sec.
MoKlNLEY L0DQE. 110.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In It. ot P.
Hall. cor. Fort and llcrctanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. I'. F. KIMIUY, C. C.
K. A. JACOUSON. IC. It. S.
A. N. Sanford,
Doiton Duilding Fort Street
Over May & Co.
For Autoing and Afternoon Wear
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St, opp. Youna Phone 3038
8TCNCIL PATTERNS and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
CAT AT THE
Everything New 8erviee Excellent
pHMuTEAT UlNJAMIN C0MP01JM) i
Iherbalo JSb II
I Cures Constipation. PffrV
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I StomdihendUvcr fejf.'flSiksW 1
I KoSuldtor. WHSPa I
I Cures the Kldnes. "yftJJFr
ft. b. &. LUUAS
'?" Masonic Hullding, corner otl 11 nil
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Those who drink tit Ilio Anchor
Saloon are Immune from cholera.
'Hound (he island miuunur rate, (30.
Lewis' Slublrs and Qarago. Tel 2111
American and Hawaiian flaRu; u big
Block Iiiih been received by Wall,
Nlrlioti I'd, Md.
For distilled water. Hire's Itoot
lleer and all other ioiular drinks.
King up Pnouo 2171. Consolidated
1()0 (lieon Stamps froo. Hoys and
girls i-et busy, call at tho Rhou-ronnia
Kort and lleretanl.i street, and ask
JAI'ANHSH COXHIH. (IMNHIIAI, S
I'VHNO gavo u dinner last night In
his nlllclul residence on Nuuanii street,
In bonor nt Dr. I. Mori, who returned
finni Japan In tho liner Tcno Mam
MISS MAltY SAIIM. sister f l.lcu
tiii.uil t.co Salmi, (i. S Navy, In a
imtt.oiiBrr who will arrive on tho
Mongolia Mondiij Lieutenant Snhni
Is lighthouse Inspector rnr the district
of Hawaii, and his sister roincs rrom
Dubuque la in make hlin a Islt.
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wall und nuiklng of a
Soldiers unit sailors fioin fin dpi
ships could conio nshore and drill nn
"'Is larKO Held mid (ho tooplo could
bear military and navaj binds.
"Tiip War Dnpattmcnt has not
much lime to commit prlvalo Indivi
duals when It has any llilnp ,o, it
m-iicially room ahead ninl duos i.ome
thlng which It Iuih round feasible In
bomo other pari of tho country."
(iencral ilneonib told of a propy
sltlon to linvo llawalluu scouts onllst-
id In tho sanio way as the Philippine
'Honolulu reminds mo something .f
.Newport, It. I., but Honolulu Is way
hohlnd tho times. There hasn't boon
a building ordinance In this town
Ncwpoit did not RCt a building ord-
Inanco until tho women of tho town
got together and had It done. Honolulu
may hao to do tins saniu thing.
"I think It will 1 10 a good thing for
Honolulu to huio the ttoops In town
CHpcrlallj at, tho men pay Iholr bills
and if lbo don't can ho reached easl
SUIT FOR LAI
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trlct llorne lllcckoni, for tlic gov
erimii'iil were J. A .Miigoon, Olson und
Judge demons ruled that each of Iho
Hirer respondents In the cam, would bo
entitled to tliree pi rciuplory clial
lciip.es. the gowriinicnt being entitled
to the same number.
The merlcfiii baikenllne Crocker
Is leuly ror departure to Pugel Soiiud
porls. The ebsel lias dlsclnrgcd a
full blilpinent ot lumber and will take
Iho placo vacated by the. schooner W.
,1. Patterson u( tin? ipiuraullno wharf.
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Dlscoiitlnuanres were Hied ill tho
Circuit Court this morning in tho case
of Petro and .Mary K11I11.1, charged
with a statutory nlTeiiso.
Jose Cahrnl, charged with assault
and battery, was giauUd a suspen
sion nf senteneo for six luoullm by
Circuit Judge Conpur HiIh inornlng.
After iieii'lj itj cars of olillvion,
Hie uiPiimrv of Mls Anno lloyall, llrst
Annric.ni wonian piibllelit, was lum
ord nt Wnsliliiglnii rercntly when a
toiui.stoni' was erected on her nruvo In
W.C. Peacock & Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
0 ( Mont Routjc Wines
Sole Afjcnts Mumm's Champaqno
( Schlitz Boer
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
Personal attention to all order.
CITY TRANSFER CO". (Jai. H. Lovo)
Excursionists Away Sunday and Mon
Tho parly of cxciirBlonlslB who nre
to leau Honolulu on Haturda) incit
ing by Iho liilcr-lHland steamer Mu
una Koa will return homo on Tues
day and not Monday morning ns an
nounced in u morning paper. Tho
uiaiiiiRciiicnt of tho Inlcr-Islaiiil Steam
Kalgntlon Company stato that tho
trip which Includes a crulo nround
and call nt the Island of Kauai, and
followed by a Islt to Knhulul, Maul,
will rcipilrc two days to cotuplctc.
Sunday will bo spent viewing the
fccnlc vtomlcra or Kauai Heforo the
close of that day thu Mauna Kea anil
her passengers will have completed
a partial circuit nf the Iplaiul Taking
up Iho voyage to .Maul, tho Mauna
Kea Is duo to arrive at Knhulul at nn1
early hour on Monday morning. This'
day will be dovotod by tho exclusion-, only.
Ista In making exclusions, to xlutsl "a
of Interest on Iho valley Island. Tlio'lliiniilul.in Filled Nlth l'niHipcr.
bookings nt tho down town olllee to- The Honoliilaii, of the Matson Nnv-
day liullcalo that at least ono huiidic.l Igatlon lino will leave Honolulu on
pleasuro seekers will avail themselves ni Tuesday with all her available
of an opiiortuiilty for a two days'. r:il, in imuuon,.,,.- ,,nn..,,,.,..i .n.. 1......1
crulso through suinmcr ucas.
Floating Dry.Docks at Amsterdam,
Thieo Moating dry-docks for repair
ing ships arc now In use In Amster
dam mid a fourth Is being construct
ed. Cacli or these docks consists of n
hollow oblong bottom and two hollow
walls at tho longest sides of the bot
tom. When n ship Is to be taken In
to 0110 of theso docks, tho walls and
bottom aro filled wllh water, so thai
(he dock sinks and Iho ship tlo.ils l:i
It. Tho ship Is then fastened to the
walls and pumping machines on the
lop or Ihcm draw out tho water rrom
the bollom ami wnlls. The dock lines
and the ship Is lifted nut of the water,
and woiknien can repair Its sides and
bottom. When icpalrs aro completed
tho hollow walls and bottom of the
dock nro refilled with water and Iho
ship floats nut.
Tho new dry-dock, named Princess
Juliana, after Hie heiress apparent to
tlio'throtio of the Netherlands, Ismuen
linger than any of tho other three. It
will weigh l.'.ini) tons, bo 11(1 feet wide
ami I5i; feet long, and bo ablo to lift
A New Japanese Steanvjhlp,
Tho Canada Mnni, tho last nf tho six
liners or tho Osaka Shoen Knlslia
steamships ror tho American sorvlro,
was launched nt Nagasaki on Jnnu-
nry 11, 1911. Tho keel or tho Canada
Maru was laid on February 3, 1010,
It Is a twin-screw steamer
with tilplc-oxpatistnn, surface-con
denser engines, and will bo
used mainly as a freight carrier, hav
ing only accommodations for ! cabin
and 1Sd Btcerngo passengers. Tho
dimensions and rapacity nro ns fol
lows: length, 100 feet, bieailth, 51
reel; depth, 32 reel I! Inches; gross
tonnage, 6,000; Indicated hoisnisiuer.
5,000; speed, 15 knots Tho ship U
lo bo a subsidy earner.
Korea Rut a Day Late.
1110 racnic, Mull liner Korea was
bill 0110 day lato In sailing from Yo
kohama, Japan, according to a cable
that Ipis been received at the ngeiu-v
of II. IliicUfoIil and Company this
morning. Tho vessel Is .bringing; ono
thousand tons Oriental cargo lor dis
charge at Honolulu, Somo seventy.
Iho luiHooiigeiM linvo boon booked nt
Ihis port and nccoidiug to tho cabled
Information thu liner enn nccomiiio
dato hul thirty finni Honolulu to (ho
oast. Some ono IB dead miro of he
New Steamer for Dollar.
Hie now and big steamer flobett
Dollar, now IjcImk completed In Scot
land for tho Doliar SleaniBlilp Com
pany, la reported as soon being ready
10 negiii tho trip to San Francisco.
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Accoinpanlod by Melvlllo Dollar, Cap
lain 11. I,., Morton-will lcavo for dins
row; In a row days In tako chnrgo ot
Iho new essol. To begin tho run un
der llrlllsh rclslry. the lobcrt Dol
lar will Inko nn a cargo or ICuropean
freight and start for this country in
July. Sho Is 12(1 feet long, 51 reot
wide, 21 feet deep and will cost nhmit
J300.000. . Tho addition or tho now shl.i
will make soon vessels In Iho Dollar
fleet, Ihreo of which nro run under
American registry.- KmiiiiIiict.
Schooner Pattcison Is Fiimlflatcd.
The American irhn'iner W. .1. Pal
Icrson Is being futiilgiilcil Unlay und
will probably piocced In sea Ibis oen
Incjir tomorrow nioinlng. Tho ven.ul
"at completed tho dwhargn nf a Hhlp-
",l of lumber Tho Patterson will
return to thu Sound taking balhiBl
to tho limit. The steamer has been
prnWdcd Willi between seven and
eight Ihoiib.ilid Ions sugar mid about
7000 cutset of tinned pineapples.
IHIniilaii l.cfl nilli lull Cargo.
Thirty-live bundled Ions of sugar
was Included In Hie cargo taken on
at Hawaiian Island potts by the Mat
son Navigation steamer Hilunlnn. Tho
veswl sailed rrom llleele yesterday
and loaded sugar thcic na well ns at
Hilonian for San Franeltco.
Atter having taken on a Hill shl
ment or sugar al Knliiiliil und Port
Allen, tho Matson NnUgntlnn steam
er Hllonlan U leported to hnvo clear
ed Iho Kauai port early jeslerilay
ninnilng with destination us San Fran
Duford Is On Her Way.
Tho fast anil furious American
transport lliinml H hIciuiiIiir nt saro,
sane and eivjsei vat h o gait in Iho di
rection of Honolulu and It Is expect
ed that tho vessel will nrrho heio
on Tuesday The Hurord sailed fioin
San Francisco on last Monday wllh
nltlrcrs, enlisted mon and casuals. The
troopship ii not make n very long
stay nt Honolulu us tho quartermas
ter depaitmcut Is anxious to get tho
vessol underway again for Iho Phi-'
POSITIVELY LAST CHANCE
Watches and Jewelry
Through the courtesy of our landlord we have been able to continue
our- sale until June 30. Everything must be closed out before that
date. We have made a
Further Cut in Prices
Never before have such bargains been offered, and it is doubtful if such
22 0pptumxty wiU occ,ur aain- It,s like Setting $10 gold pieces for
qb or ij . Here are a few of the bargains :
17-Jewel lllgln, JS-year
17-Jowcl i:igln, 25-yeur
insn ...,...., 37.00
7-Juwc Y"tliam, 25-
year euso ....'. 17.00
IB-Jewel Dlglu, 21.yp-.ir
tnsn ...., 20 00
15-Jewel Klgln, solid
IK-Jowel, solid Ilk ....JIO00
13-JeweI, solid HI: .18 00
lS-Jowel, SR-yrnr euso.. 23 co
15-Jowe), 35-ycur ruso 22(10
P-Juwel, 20-yvur enso . IS 00
Wednesday, June 7.
Knnal porls Nlihnil, stinr., p. in.
Hawaii ports Llkcllke, stinr., S p
Port Ran l.uls via nKhultil Santa
Maria. Am. sltnr., p. in.
Per stinr. Maupa Iia, ror Kona niul
Kail ports, Juno 10 ('has, l.uls, Wil
liam Luis, Herman I.uls, II. H. Norrls,
.Miss Mary Horn, W. Todd, Clar
ence 'clls, F. Todd, H. Arnc
ui.inii, (len. Aiiiemnnii, Alex. long, I,.
l.lno, F. Orccnwcll, Mrs. (Irecnwcll,
Miss M. MrCiibbln.
Per stinr. Klnnii, for Kauai porls,
Juno 13.--K A. Kuiidsen, Mrs. Knitd
sen, '. T. Frost, 11. ICohelc.
Per Stinr. W (1. Hall, ror Kauai
lorls, June 1R. Miss H. Mohulkl, Mrs.
IN. FOREIGN PORTS.
'Ihur-ilaj, June S,
HAN FHANC'ISCO-Iiiiic 7, sailed, S.
H. Colmnhhin, for Seattlo.
SAN FltANTISCO June X, nrrlvcd 7
n. in., Teliyn Mnru, hence June 2.
SAN FHANCIHCO-Juiio S, nrrUod,
Srlir (!co. I! Hillings, henco May II.
(II1AYS IIAIlllOlt-.liine 7, sailed,
Selir llelcne, for Honolulu.
Wim:i.i:ss-S S. Persia will nrrho
nt ilayllc.lit'loinor'rmv 1
Japanece Officer, a Steward.
It Is learned that I. jHlo. n .1,'npan
oso who served ns a steward on soy
oral of tho naval vessels of tho Unit
oil Hliilcs. was an ofllccr In tho Jafr
uiii-TC navy will! ranK nliout wpial t.i
fommaiider in the American navy
Ijllo, whoso ion! name is uald lo be
Ynhanin, nerved on several vessels
and for iiomo time on tho scout cruis
Through correspondence with one
of his countrymen mi tho cruiser Hit
Identity of llllo wns dlsemeicd mil
11 Is said an Invcdlg.itlon will be
mndc to verify Iho clreiiinntnnccs In
order that Iho government may lake
up Hie mailer with Tokvo.
Hlto left tho Mirvlco about four
luonthi ago and lettirned to J.itian,
nresuni.ililv on n vlnli iniit i-
" .i.ii tun.
ft Imula I1i.it l. ....... I -.,. !
..... ....it tif iin IMillienil'K null
would spend two or three months In
the Orient mid then reluin to Iho
United Stales, hut bo Is still In bis
native laud and It la thought ho was
hero on nn Important mission.
Nippon Yusen Kalslia New Chartcri.
Tho Nippon Yusen Kalslia' has chat
tered tho British Btcnmor Don or
Ciainhle, which leaves London Tor Jn
pnn towards tho end ot this month
l no steamer Shlnkokii-maru (l.:U
gross tons) lm3 ,cen chartered by tho
sumo company, ami was to ho dellv
eied nt Kobo on or nliout tho Cth nf
Ihis month, Tho'vessel is to lie em
jilojed on tho run between Kobe ntul
Olnrii, In addition lo tho leecntlv-
chartered Shlnknl-maru, delivery or
which will bo taken by the compiny
nt Yokohama on or about the 6th of
Genuine Bargains in
Solid HI, gold n DO 13.50
Solid I (lit gold 2.00 1,25
(iold tilled ,,, .75 .23
Were UO.OO , Now 7.50
Wero 8.00 Now D.50
Is Now in
Sale to realize cash. Tremen
dous eut in regular prices
makes this one of the greatest
No-Prpfit Sales ever held in
Space here is too limited to
quote prices, but the store is
full of high quality goods, elo
quent in price-appeal to the
Come and see while stock is
complete and low prices prevail
Fort St., opp.
Daniel KIssiiiii Voting, descendant ot
tho Kukkcrhockcr famlllos of New
York, relative of tho Viitiderblltt and
writer on sociological topics, killed
himself nt lilt reshlencn lu Philadelphia
by swallowing cynnldo of potassium.
121 Hotel St
Catholic Church ,
"I'd n to tnku out aiiollier 250O
on my house and furniture," said thu
family mini. "Ohoi doing to linvo a
llgbfed Christmas tree," exclaimed tho
man In the Insurance olllco, compro-
Iiendliigly -IliUTalo Uxpress.
Solltiilie, solid Hk..,15
Solitaire, solid HI;
und Dla , Milld Ilk
and Dla solid Hk
1 Opal niul Dla., solid Hk...
1 Opal and Dla. solid Hk,..
1 Opal mid Pearl, solid Ilk..
I! Clarnot and Opal, solid Hk.
Other fllnns of Equal. Value
The best tenses lu lonu loiUt 01 cry
fri -wwf i IB Ml