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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 10, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.f OATURDAY, JUNC 10, 1911.
IIRECT WILL FINANCE
CLEAN-UP NAMED FLORAL PARADE
Excciilivc Board iRcprcsunts Special Committee Will Bo' Says Major Biirnhnm In Re-
All Elements of Com
Named to Look After Money
tun ot Annual Pageant.
Milliners nf the executive bn.iid thutj A specl.il committee on llnulira will
will bundle the donn-up campaign that' bundle the money end nf tlio 191!
tnnies tn u tllm.ix mi "lnui-Ui Day.". Floral Parade In timet past the II
Jiinu '.! I, hive been tunned by the viirl-imiicc committee has turn named as
i,tw liiiirn fluent clubs represented In one of the sulicnniinlttcos liy the ill-
lliti Onliti Central Improvement Com
porting On Instruction
News of Big Crops Help to
Send Stock Up to Close
.They nr' i.s rollnvvs: v
Auuiilnllm I linpniveinent Club V.
Knlmukl Dr. W. O. linger.
Iviillhl nnd r.ilntnu C C James.
Manna 1 I. Wnhlrnn.
Kiiahumniiu John Walker.
l'rnspcct William Welters.
.Mewii Heights l J. McLoiighlln.
l.tlsltntin Society A. Mnrenlllnn.
S.m Antonio .Society XI. C. IMelieco.
.Tiiuuicm rnniiminlt) H. Hilda, Y.
Klinurn. Y. Sngn.
Tim leport of Major W. I'. lliirnliTini The week on the iilock miirkct dosed
on the' inllltln iiunp of which he wns today with n stronger mnrkct nml u
In chlirfio lust niontli has been tccelved brisker trading outlook tluin for sov-
lit district heiiiliitiurlerx, nnd nfter.be- ernl weeks, nml was featured by risen
llltr Studied bv flrflcrul .Mmnmli i'MIiv In till, Hnlllntf lirlpn nf flliui nttil flnlx,
rocior of the parade. This yenr, vvhctivm ,c forwarded to the ndJutiiiit-Keii- Sugar itwkh The Olaa'rtso liaM been
.ilium- ! Willi consented to nceept tbo.,.r of the nrmy nnd one to llovcrnor ovenluo for somo time, while Ouliii Ih
responsible position of director of tho
parade for the Mvotnl time, lie inailo
his acceptance largely contingent on
the rromotlon Commltten taking from
his shoulders tlio financial burden.
The Promotion Committee, will
therefore bundle the financial arrange
meiits for the parade, nnd within n
few weeks will nrgantr.o tlio finance
committee. Sin ernl prominent local
business men are under cnnsldt ration
now, but no decision has been reached.
Promotion Committee members had
Frrnr, If approved. , , (regaining ufter u decline of nemo ex
Major lliiridiam speaks highly of the. tent.
conduct ef tlio ollleers nnd men nf Ha-1 Jsows that Olnn s crop Is running
wall's iiillllla while In the camp mid over nil tlio parly estimates helped tn
their nptltude In picking up the salient boom this stock. Tlio latest estimate
points nf the Instruction given them Is now for a 2.1,000-ton crop, and tlio
during the days they were there. Hi,000-odd tons so far tnken off moru
Oi.o of tlio principal recoiumendu- than satisfied Investors of tlio success
tlnns of Major Iturnlmm Is that tho nf the yenr O ihu Is also helped by
next camp bo held for n longer period reports of n big crop,
than It was this year, and ho also rec-j Tho rcpnrts from tho mainland of
nmmeiiils that the camp be held nt iidvnnclng sugar nlded In tho Minng
Urttsjfiltnl.l llrt kivti f.lria litltAPh tim Irtrtnl I fttnttltlf 1.t 4 rpltAPrt naa n tt 4 m- .1
. , .. , . . . I t'l IMJHLIII IhllltlLnPi IIIIIIU IIIU 'l ,1I lunmfj III! r. All VI X' tl1 ti, III, 1J, II till
Mem hers nf the board represent ng one nf the shortest sessions nn record B1InriIl(mM1 can get In touch with three In. In which llonoknn nt 11.76. Wain-
"" "" i """ " "'" uud jcMcruny niiernoou. ciialrinnn Fred braiichi' of the
ivirgnifi are sun to ne iiaincil, nut tile Hush could not be present, owing to
men wiin win Handle "Clean-Up Day". having n largo amount of mall to get
nr.t substantially as Rlrn Hbove. loir tn the stenmcr, nnd the members:
President K A Hermit of the Onhtt'vvhn attended were W. II Mclnerny,
. rnirni improvement e nmmittco will w. II. Iloogs nnd I). P. It. Isenberir
name the dlstrktlng rnmmlttees before'Thero was no business to ciimo before
.Moiiuay. nud the work nf organizing the ineetlng
the club members Into subcnmmlttces! Srerctnry Wood reported nil work
will be lliilshcd early progressing, nnd the cnmmltteo ells.
A meeting nf the executive commit-, cussed brlelly plans for vnrlnux fea
tee has be'en culled for 1 o'clock next j lures, nf publicity wnrk.
i iiesii.iv iiiirrunnn, m tne rooms of the
Mrirbants' Association, Young Hotel
building Organization of tho commit. I
tics Is expected tn bo finished then
the servlcrt Instead of with Ilia nt 113, Ohm at 4.8711, Oaliu nt .11. CO
FOR THE ARMORY
Old Masters Portrayed By Liv
ing Models Win Ap
plause. lrfist evening nt the iisscinhly hull nt
Kawiiluhun, the Collcgu Club entertain
ed 100 guests, the hull being decor
ated to represent mil artist's studio
and members of Ihu club posing to
represent famous paintings.
Thorn dpM ton f II, est rpiirpftolitil-
lu the mailer nf having the. iirmnry linns, anil they were warmly praised
Is giving for the nrgaiilallnn on the drlllshivl by the largo audience, tho costumes lin
ing cspiilally sonil.
Tlio guctla vviro r'cclve-d by tlio
to Colonel Jones, ndju
of Hawaii's National
hniild be Utile trouble
one ns at Port Shutter
The Itojal Hebl.ol Aliimn
n loiirin annual iinnev lonlglit In tlio lot as long ns the army will not uso
hiiihliti or I'Mhl.iH Hall An excellent It for n site ror b.irracks.
eiulnlet hand has been sc cured In fiir- "The evident desire of (ieuerul Mu
ulrli music lor the dancers, and re-Jcomb, the district commander, for tho
frewlmicnts will bo served during tho wiite-rfrnnt site will no eloubt b.ivo
jiilulil freo nf charge rrnm tho geutrnl much tn do with the decision of tlio
admission, which is $1. Vnr Department," said Colonel Jenes
Tho Itoyul Selmol Ik.jm iinnoiincvtli.it yesteiday. "It l(M)ks to me ns If tho
they will use nil tho money cl?.ircd nii'iecommciidntloii nf Gencrnl Macomb
tho il.inee receipts for thn purpose of will be given much consideration lit
Illri.M.ll.l. Ill-I- . l. ... . 1 .. ... ....
,.....,.,,.., ,,,tii iu.nn.vn ,,i hi urn vvasuiiiRiou, nml tiuit, niter nil, wo
tho piano tn be given away by tho will bo able tn build our urniury on
It 1 1 ot I it tn the nrganlzation tbntltlie drlllsbed Int. That will bo pleas',
winrcs the most votes m tho contest !unt new-h to the guardsmen, Inasmuch
that Is being euiidurteil In conjunction jus there Is considerable sentiment lit'
wllh the Ten-Trip Travel Content. Inched to the site where the seddlers
A good tiiup should bo enioyed by! of the monarchy ami tho citizen sol
nil who attend tlio el.ineo tonight aud.'illera or thn Te-rrltory have) ri'celved
besides, jour iloll.ir will help tho Ilojnl' their inllltHry Instruction for so many
alumni box ot get n lino Starr piano sears,
whlcl' they desire very much for tlielrj - m i
nluiiiiil meeting jdace J Murray and Dwlght hnvo gotten to-
igether. however, nnd In tho future tho
Colonel Krancls T Walton, who was prisoners will be kept nt work In the
known as Plunger Wnlton, Is dead parks.
nnd Hawaiian Commercial nt 39.23
Three dividends vvero declared today
n ten-cent cut for Hutchinson, 1 for
Wnllukii nnd 15 for Kekahn.
Tho Hawaiian exchange reports EO
Olna sold nt 1.75 nnd 17S Honolulu
Consolidated Oil nt 1.75. The follow
ing oil quotation are given;
Creme Petroleum 35
Honolulu Consolidated .. 1.75 1.85
Humnumn Ot! ,10
Tcmplnr Itaneh 10
Pyrnmld 63 75
Associated 51.00 54.00
JAPANESE AT LIHUE
BATTLE TO DEATH
Oriental l.lhue was thrown Into n
stntei nf panic Wi'dnesdny evening
n bout C o'clock, when n tragedy ns tho
result of n long-ilandlng feud between
Mrs. A. W. Seal
Has Rented tho
president. .Mrs. I'. It. Day, nsslsteel by two Jnpnnese took place In tho I.lhuo
Miss Mabel Ilnsher, Miss Artelo llvvcr
nnd Mrs. W. A. Drynit.
Among those present vvero (loveirn
emnp In the presence of scores of wit
nesses, the netors being Kumntnro Ino
sbltn nnd Mntsiiynmn, tho former bo
und Mrs. ltlrhards, James Wilder, Ar
tist Wnhlcn, Judgo nnd Mrs. W. I.
Whitney, and Dr. nnd Mrs. llnhdy.
nr nnd Mrs. Freur, Colonel Mnnsllcld infr KO tmelly wounded that denth fnl
nnd Miss Mansfield, 11. V. Dillingham .lowed before the hospital wns renched.
ifnd .Mrs. nillliigliam, Knink Alherton Tll0 ,notve behind tho inurdpr was.
nud Mrs. Alherton, Theodore lllchard I according to n statement by tho pris
oner, ono which dates back tn n period
nf several years, during which tlmo
both men have served n team each In
tho penitentiary, having been convict-.
ed of forgery
Kuinntarn was, prior tn his convic
tion, n hntrlkeeper In Honolulu, nnd It
was while Mltsiiynnin vns attending
school he formed tho acquaintance of
Kuinntarn, with whom ho took up hlx
residence, receiving tho sum of ono
dollar and n hnt per week In addition
to his lodgings In payment for work
he performed on the hotel books.
Tho bridge recently built over tho
Kanimii stream, Pohnkiiinikn, went
down May 23. Tho cement abutment
guvo way. Luckily it liiippeneil In thn
night. Tlio railroad company built tho
bridge, nml promptly repaired It, ho
Hint trnniro was Bonn resumed. Tho
nutlinrltlea hnvo been warned of tlio
had condition of tho cement but re
fused to belle vo that "a crack In time
makes nine" Knlialn Midget.
.---tn ' (ISy&F ' ' I
'Vr "t lfl
Tor MONDAY NIGHT, JUNE 12th
. and all automobile contest coupons issued as a result of
the seat sale for this performance will go to her credit.
She stands at the head of the list as a reward for the
hard work of herself and friends. She has neVer bounht a
vote like others have dono.
The program arranged for Monday night will .be an ex
tremely good one and .assurance is g'iven that all who attend
this special' performance for the benefit of Mrs. Soabury will
Jje well entertained as well as help her to secure the automo
bile prize. She will be at the window to greet all her friends.
Fresh as the Daisies Pure as Flakes of Snow
Is without a rival in this market. By a fortunate contract we
obtain our supply from the choicest dairy district in California.
The butter from this Creamery is in great demand East and West
the reason is its rich quality and sweetness of (flavor.
2 Lbs. lor 75 cents
(Continued from Pag 1)
Mrh. Athcrton's houxo wan Insured
,nr 17100. It Is not likely that a new
btillillne will bo erected. The. cause of
the lire In unknown, but It la reported
that n Japanese employe of lr. A'.h-
erlon was perhaps responsible for tho
After tho fire had started, Chief
Tliiimtoii pnw two Jnpanco In tho vi
cinity nr tlio hultdlnK. During the lira
they dlKnppcarcd from tho place, Chief
Tluuston stationed nomo ot his men.
around the surroundlnc residence tn
prevent the sparks from iiettlnR lire to
them. Tho men Blood by tholr posts
uptll the flro wax extinguished.
Chief Thurston received tho nlarmby
ii telephone nicxsaKO from Crtl. Jones
on raclflc Heights. Tho chief Kent one
nf bis men on tho tower to uncertain
thn uxuet locality, while he nnd his
men proceeded to the sceno In hlH nil
tnmnblle. Ho had tun unull flro ex
tlnciilsliers behind his machine, nnd
with those ho fniiKht tho fire. Tnllco
nlllcers and citizens volunteered their
xcrvlcoH nnd attempted to e-xtlnRiilsh
tho. Homes', but In vain.
Chief Thurston, who was reported
this morning as being severely burn
ed, tj on deck today Ho was slightly
Mirned on tho face, arms nnd knees.
In Hpenklng of his expcrlencti this
morning, Chief Thurston snld:
What Is most needed by tbei Ho
noliiln llro department Is tho motor
combination chemical. If wo had It
when Mrs. J. It. Atberton's re-Hldcnco
mi Iucllc Heights was burned down
Inst night, we could have saved It from
With two men, I Jumped Into my
automobile nnd proceeded to tho
Heights, I carried two chemicals with
mo behind the machine. And they did
good work. Tho rest of tlio men fnl-
lowed us. When they arrived ut the
font of tho hill, they vvero told to
Hny there, ns It was lifeless for thorn
to compel tho hnrses to pull tho cn-
nf tho fire, they would he of no ns-
glues up tho hill. I knew that by tho
tjnio the engines vvnuld reach tlio sceno
Hlstance. ns tho dlstunco was ton great.
"Tliero were no facilities to fight the
Plsnty of Wor.
"Thcro Is plenty of water on Pacific.
Heights," said u resident this morn
ing, vvlin complains of the Injustice of
lh report that tlio Alherton bousowas
burned on account of tho lack of
nvnllnble water nn the Heights,
' "The trouble wns that tho flro de
partment didn't brlns nn cnglno or,
water. Tho firemen brought llro ex- tmVo gono thrnugh the freighter Mex
tlnguishers anil tho chemical engine, lean, with a deterflilimtlnn to receiver
when nn cnglno that cnuld pump wa- largo iiunntltles ot opium.
icr ami a nofo cart wlin noso wcfti n wns pro.imably upon the lip from
what wcro necdeel. special Federal olllcers that tho Mexl-
"I bellovoho house cnuld hnvo been can as well as other steumers In tho
cuveel If tho department had mado nn Aincrlcnn-Hawnllan nnd constlngser
cffeirt tn get vvntcr apparatus to tho vice aro now under strict surveillance
Heights. Thcro Is lots of wnter In tho by tho customs soarchlng squnel.
roscrvnlr on the Heights, but only gar- it Is more, than likely that until
den hoso could ho used, hecauso tho .tho Federal authorities nro assured that
firemen had no flro hose. tho so-called opium ring Is broken up,
'Seems tn mo tlio ilepnrtnient ought n Increased force of Inspcctnrs nnd
to study up on conditions whero tho secret servleo ngents wlll-bo stationed
men nro likely to bo culled to light at oilier Island ports of call,
fire. Or do they think that when nny- Tno isni) r Knlm mg moro ,
thing on rnclllc Heights gets golngonco nf Into vccelvenl unannounced vls
they have to let it go?" j tK from cu,toms Inspectors In their
" (fiVOrlnsllnir mvirnli fnr rnntmliu ml
0. lUOIUUI rnn th.o Umvru
(Continued from Pago 1)
ley took tho Idt In his teeth nnd, when!
ho had llnlshed loading sugar, started within tho next month there wll.
for thlt, port. It Is stated hero that bo several games played between, tlio
the same instructions hnvo been sent polo teams In Honolulu nnd those ut
tn Ueputy ctllectnr Hairy by Stack- Kcholleld Itarracks. tlio llncun of tho
nblc. In this case tho matter Is moro Onhu team probably being tlo same as
serious, ns tho Mexican goes from Ivcrc last your for those gainoh.
tn n foreign port, Snllna Cruis. Cap-, Tho first team of the Fifth' Cavniry
tain Tnpley states that ho Is poslttyo this year will consist of Forsyth, lfan
thnt there Is no opium on board his son, Doak and Quakemeycr, Doak play
vessel nnd will probably mnko a vlg- Ing tho position that Shcrldnn played
orous protest against the holding her InBt year,
up Indefinitely. In fact. It Is likely Two games may bo played this
that he will sail without his clenrunco' month, ono at Moanaluu nnd onli nt
when nil his sugar Is on hoard.
MEXICAN CAN SAIL
Tfiere nro thrco tenms nt 'Scholleld
lining regular prnctlsn now, and nil
threo nro composed ,of olllcers ot tho
depart from Hilo for flallna Crux,
Deputy Collector of Customs Model-
ros of tho Honolulu staff, wllh four
night InROIH'tOrfl. In Mlltil lit, llinfta witft
nny hose with which to fight fire with -returned In the steamer Mauna Kea to
Tho Amcrlcnn - Hawaiian freighter
will bo dispatched from Illlo nn Mon
day," according tn prevlnus plans 'and
expectations, e.'ollcctor Htackable de
clared this morning that It wns not,
nor has ever been, tho Intention of tho
Federal customs fcrvlco to Impose n
detention or plnco u block on shipping
In thoso Islands.
KUickable cites many occasions where
his deputies and olllcers huo visited
vCHsels long after regular hoarding
hours In order that business nt tho
port might be facilitated and the ves
sels In question receive a prompt dis
charge and dispatch. J
Oinernl Freight Agent C. P. Morso'
of tho Amerlcnn-Hnwallnn lino recelv-i
Od n wireless from Captain Tnpley.
master ot-the Mexican, this morning.
which fitinnntieetl Mint II, n vausal will
be granted n clearance when ready to. A Wgh-class Family and Tourist Hotel.
Una Crux "mt "locK 'r"m -"oluifiblH Theater.
TIo aged Emperor of Austral Is
again having trouble with his tliru.it.
8n Francisco ,
A QUIET, REFINED HOUOC OF
American Plan Itoom with liuth nnd
'Hoard from 'M.00 u Day -
European Plan Itoom with Math fioni
12.(10 a Day
8pecla Monthly Rates
and on tho edge of tho Itetnll Shop
ping District. Hvery rnoni with INI-
vnto Until. J'ustvely Flrcpinof.
'W. E. Zander, Manager
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