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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUE8DAY, JUNE 13, 1911
mi mini- i mi ii n hiittf TmT-p- r
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Hi lulu Slated.
llnvtnll.ui ililrd lligrfr.
llmioliilii C'li.i,li r, It. t. U.
Regular, . p. in.
Illirinouv (h.lpliT i. I
((. 1. S. lit vnl.ir.
AM Tlaltlng members o! too
Order are cordially lurlted to
attend meetings of local lodge
Med on the
2nd and 4th
at K. V. Hall
7:30 P. M.
.MARINE ENGINEERS' i a,i0.
JCNEFICIAL AJVIATIflH. ciationi cor.
lially invited. ,
&AWAIIAN TRIBE, Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every Brut and third Thurs
days or aeh month at Knights ot
i"ytlilu Hall. Visiting brothers cor
4llly Invited to nttund.
II. FOSTER. Sarhem.
K. V. TODD, C. ot n.
EONOtUIU AERIE, HO, !?. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd end 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each mouth at
T:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
flrelanla and Kort streets.
Visiting Kaglea are lnrlted to at
tend. tiro. A DAVIS W. P.
WM. U. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODM, GIG. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. OlG.fB. P., 0.
(Iki, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Kort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to ntten!.
i v. u. l.snNnr.Tio. k. p..
Olio T. KI.UU'IUU See.
77U. McKlHLEY I0DOE. 110. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
renins at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Port and llerotanla. Visit
ing brothers cordtully luvltad to at
f. f. kilbey, c. c.
B. A. JACOUSON, K. H. S.
ATTOKN'EY McBRlDB from Koim
. ii visitor in the city
i.HOUtii: JOUUENSON, with Brew-
r & , li.it gone to Muul for n
w, U . vacation
. O SMITH. Secretary of thu Sug
ar planters' Association, attended an
Important coiifcretiro pertaining to
plaiitnlloii matters.- ,
13 A nOITtl ITT writes tho Uni
te 1 1 n from Now York city, "I hato
to my It but 1 think this town nklng
Honolulu In some things."
till IIKOROE HUDDY, a lociil phy
sician, In among tho returning pus
sengcis In tho Wllholmlmi iirrlvlng
fioiu tlm coast this morning.
Mil ANU MRS. .1. l COOKE wore
among tlio passengers who hoarded
Hip excursion steamer Manna Ken at
Ktiliiilul lust owning tor Honolulu.
CHARLES SCIIOHMNU, salesman
fur the on llamiii Young Company,
leltirned from Maul this mornltig as it
passenger In the Btcamer Mauuii Ken.
llOIli:ilT VON TEMPSKY, son of
the Maul plantation man who has been
attending school 'on tho mainland, re
turned to Hawaii nei as u passenger
In the steamer Wilhelmlna.
MUS CAM. WOLTERS, wife of the
manager of llutcmnson plantation,
lias returned from a visit to the main
land She was n passenger In the
steamer Wilhelmlna, arriving at Ho
nolulu this morning.
1 L. CLAUK, ft Pacific coast oil
man, Is making n trip to tho Islands
In the interest of several companies
that ho represents.. He was a passen
ger In the Wilhelmlna arriving from
San Francisco this morning.
7.. K MYBKS, with the Hllti Trust
Company, returning from a vacutlon
spent on the mainland, was on arrival
liv the Wilhelmlna this morning. Mr.
Mvors was obliged to leavo tlio Is
lands because of falling health.
DEAN, McllKNKY AND GREEN, n
vaudeville team with fluttering coast
press credentials, urrlved us pnsson
gers In the Matson Navigation steam
er Wllhelmlnii this morning,, to open
an engagement with one of tho the
aters conducted by the Honolulu
GEOROE W. CAKR. United Statqj
railway wall Inspector for this, ills;
trick has returned. 'Jrom'n, tuur'iof
Kau&l and Maul., Mr.Ciirr uaa picked
up at llunalel by the steamer Mnuna
Kea and brought to Kahttlul, complet
ing his business there, he returned to
Honolulu this morning by the excur
Dlt. Ii I. SEXTON, of Hllo nnd rep
resenting the United States quaran
tine service nt that point, wns n pas
senger In the Matson Navigation
bteamer Wllhelmlmt, arriving from
San Francisco this morning. Ur. Sex
ton passed the Btenmer before enter
ing thin port, thereby greatly expe
diting tlio docking of the vessel. On
his visit to the coast he was accom
panied by Mrs. Sexton,
'Personal attention to all orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jai. H. Love)
1 ' ,,.,.
WILHELMINA IS HELD
IN SEARCH FOR HOPE
Customs Men Swoop Down Upon Steamer at Break of Day.
No Cargo Moved Until Released By Collector Stackable.
Honolulan Sailed (or San Francisco Many Filipinos Left
for Home Buford Stops to Deliver Ammunition and
Collector of Customs Slackablo
pressed a button 'his morning and not
n pound ot cargo was permitted to
lilt GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
Mkcs New, Mill
Cures tho Kldnejs.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Budding Fort Street
Over May &. Co.
For Autoing and Afternoon Wear
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St- opp. Young Phone 3088
Sheriff Jarictt and Chief McDufflc,
who lmn been quietly making Inves
tigations as to tho death of Kim
Young Sun, a Korean, hnva conclude,!
that ho was murdeied. Tho circum
stances ns to his death, nto still mys
About a week ago, whllo tho Sher
iff was spending a vacutlon nt Hale.
Iwn, he received a report from Kn
liukii that u man had been found dead,
It being presumed" nt tho time that it
was a caso of murder. In response to
this call ho hurried down to Kahukii,
after ho had notified tho Honolulu po
lice, of tho account of tho report,
Chief MrDiilflo and Dr. Moore, accom
panied by officers Hergnu and Wtfr,
drove down to Kalmku In tlio police
Arriving nt Knhuku, tho nttlcors
round tho Korean lying on tlio Hour
of a room. Tlio only marks op his
hoily that were visible at the time,
wcio bruises over tho solar plexus.
On careful examination at the uutop
s, It wns found that ho received three
blows from n hard and round Instrument.
8TENCIL PATTERNS and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
EAT AT THE
New Stylish Hats
Summer etyloi In millinery at par
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
leave the holds of tho Matson Navl
gntlon steamer Wilhelmlna until ho
had sent down nn official release which
followed within nliout two hours nftcr
Opium was In tho Inccntlvo that
spurred a score or moro customs In
spectors In their determined search of
thu steamer. Uefoie live o'clock tills
morning, tho. Federal oMIcars board
ed the Waorwltch of Yung Broth
ers licet, nnd mudo a trlpto the watt
ing Wilhelmlna. Thoy soou gained
the docks of tho .ship and the explora
tion began In earnest
In thu meantime the launch return
ed to port bearing former Chief Kngl
ncer Joseph Darker, who is' ullcgod
by tho Federal olflclals to have en
gaged In the Illegal traffic of opium
Darker wastnot by a party ot otnclals
and was taken to tho otllco of United
States District Attorney Brcckons far
a- preliminary examination.
tJ. IL Forbes, formerly with the Mat
ton steamer I.urllne Is now In charge
of tho Wilhelmlna engine room. .lie
was promoted to tho ofllce while the
steamer remained at San Franclscb.
Ueforo nlno c'clock Collector Stiich
nblo notified Messrs Castlo and Cooko,
thh lornr nHPhts1 'for'tho Mhtkon Navi
gation lino ,tluit tho, wimelinliia had
been released. ; l I
In tho meantime thn customs men
ranged tho veBiel from stem to stern.
1'heie was not a cabin, cither luteiuled
for passenger or ofllcer that escaped
the scrutiny .of tho Jynx-eyed young
men arrayed In overalls or the re
gulation blue uniform of the customs
Inspector. The search was fruitless
as fur as securing nuantltles of opium
When those who have to do wllh
hipping nt tho poit visited tho Mat-
sou wharf following upon the ui rival
of tho Wilhelmlna this morning, they
found their Kissago up the gangwr.y
barred by "men wenrlng the uniform
of Uncle Sam.
"It is tho Collectors orders, wns
about all that could be brought out
after a tetlcs of queries.
Tlirougli some mlsundcistaiiillng, a
(inutility of Wells", Fargo express mat
tcr loft the sldo of tho ship before tho
order hud been given to release tho
There was no restriction placed on
thu departure of tho passengers though,
their baggago was sent to ouo corner
ot the wharf for examination.
When tho bars hud finally been low
ered, tho coming and going of nil
person who visited the ship were sub
jected to tho keenest scrutiny. The
Wilhelmlna steamed down In lessthuu
six days. Purser Drew reports a tlnq
trip. Tho pretence of n number of
vaudeville artists added to tlio gaiety
of the trip. A numbor of roncorta
wero given. Tho vesuel brings a largo
amount of cargo and aftor 41f0 tons
Is discharged hero, tho steamer will
proceed to Hllo where an uddlllonul
1430 tons general merchandise will he
unloaded. Included In tho consign
ments for Honolulu Is a liandsomo
thirty foot motor launch to the order
of Allen and Iloblnsnn Other items
Include about a thousand tons food
stuffs for the local quartermaster do
partment. Threo automobiles arrlv
ed for the von Humm-Young agency,
Seventy-three cabin and twelvo
steerage passengers left tho vessel at
this port. It is tho Intention to tile,.
patcli tho Wilhelmlna for Hllo tomor
row evening. There may ha somo do
lay In the discharge of tlio cargo.
11a.' Tho vessel made n brief stay at
Honolulu yesterday during which time
350 tons general cngo wus left hero.
Tho steamer cntno down from San
Francisco In good time nnd under
plcosant conditions. Purser I.udwlg
sen blushlngly admitted that tho Mon
golia aroso to n higher distinction In
Pacific Mall circles by being the place
of blrlh of a child of Portuguese par
ents. It Is said that tho baby will
take the iinme of Itcno Magnolia,
which after all N not a, great way re
moved from Mongolia.' The vosrcl Is
carrying a number of rather dialing
tilBhed personpges to Far Kastern
ports Including Charles Fee, passen
ger trnlllc manager of tho Southern
Paclfle. who will make the round trip
to Hongkong on the Mongolia nccom
pnuled by his wife and two daughters,
William Mahl. controller of the Pad
flc Mull Company nnd vice-president
of the Southern Pacific remained In
Chief Justice A. (1, M, Hobertson of
tho Territorial Supremo Cuutt nnd
United Stules Judge demons both te
ceivt'd their commissions In today's
rrtull nnd both took tho oath of otllco
prescribed for United States laws.
Chief Justice Hobertson adminis
tered the oath to Judge Clemuns in
tho United States cuutt before u
gathering of attorneys and court at
taches. The Chief Justice took his outh be
fore Assoclato Jtistlco Perry In chuiu
lera nnd thoro were no coin I pioceed
Ings beyond the tiling of thu commis
sion for recoid.
Judge demons' commission Is for
tho tegular term ot six years, dating
from May lath ot this year. It bears
the usual (signatures ot President Tuft
nnd Attorney General Wlckershum,
Filipinos Returned by Mongolia
Klovou Filipinos wero Included In
a list of OS Asiatic passengers th.it
depuited for tho Orient last evening
In the Pacific Mall steamer Mongo
ip Southern rncillc remained in ;
Honolulu wllli bis granddaughter, Miss '""' '
F. W. Mahl and Mrs. C. W. Jungen,
wlfo of the Southern Pacific Com
pany's munagor of Atlantic steamship
lines, (leorgc I.. King, connected with
the San Francisco olllco of the Bouth
crn Pacific and Mrs. King arc among
those booked tor Honolulu. William
P. Panning, a newspaper man from
New Yurlt Is going to Shanghai to
thu staff nljthn China Press. Among.
inose nettyicd lor BiRiiun nro juugc
James C. Jenkins and family, Judge K,
F. Johnsort and wlfo nnd Judge Sher
man Morebtnd; II. U, Sullivan, ot tho
firm oP-ehlllvaii & Francis, of the
Philippine .orl, and H. M. Whltford, of
tho Bureau of Forestry.
Honolulan Away for San Francisco.
With evety cabin filled, the newly
clfhrlcrcd Matson Navigation steamer
Honbluluu Bulled from old Huckfeld
wharf at ten o'clock this morning
with San Francisco us her destination
Had tha'sttinmer passenger accom
modation for twlco the numbor sho
would have left this morning crowded
to the limit. The Honolulan liuu
achieved Instant Kipiilurlty wltli tho
traveling public mainly through tha
uniform comtesy of her start of offi
cers and also because of the quality
of service given the oyngor. Tho
vessel has about ns finely appointed
.statorooins to bo found on a trans
pacific liner. It Is only a matter of
regie! that her builders did not seo
their way to udd moro room for this
Thu cargo destined for tho coast
wns In the main composed of sugar.
Of tills commodity there wero nearl
7500 toiiB, one thousand of which wero
loaded at Kaanapall 1111111 seventeen
hundred nt. Hllo, tlio balanco being
taken on at this port. In addition sho
will cuiry fifteen hundred sacks of
Hawaiian coffee, ono of tho largest
shipments of this uartlciiiarly fine
flavored product; ItiOO cjses canned
pines finm Honolulu and 4000 cases
fiom Kaliulul; 2800 bunches bananas
and ouu lings rico.
More Trouble for Captain Flndlay.
The hoodoo appears to continue in
hot pursuit ot Captain John Flndlay,
muster of the. British freighter Oi
terlr, which vessel called at Honolulu
Bomo months ngo with nearly fifteen
bundled Spanish and Portuguese Im
migrants, Captain Flndlay faced all
sorts of Ones and penalties at the
hands of Ilia Federal authorities It
being alleged that his vessel was not
pioperly lt,ted for the transportation
of u largt) ciowd of people. Tho Oi
terlc and Captain Flndlay was releas
ed only uftcr a large bond had been
deposited to Insure tho payment ot
the penalties. Now Captain John
Flndlay of tho Orteric must pay 11
Duo of 1100 Imposed by tho United
Stutes rovenuo onlcers far vlolutlon
lof tlio regulation requiring Unit a vctt-
sel shall not stop en routo to tho des
tination for which she cleared for the
purpose of Inking on cargo.
LOCAL AND ' GENERAL
Bill ltlce, the well-known athlete, Is
figuring on competing In themnrnthV
rnco nt Maui on tlio fourth of July.
A motion for default lias been
granted In tho case of 11. A. Hunt
against M. Kuinakeu, bill to foreclose
There will be a field nnd track meet
held nt Fort Shatter on Wednesday,
June S8. The soldier boys are training
bind for the different events.
Frank K. Howes was appointed ad
ministrator of the estuto of C. Aslng
tills morning upon the petition of K.
O. Hull and Son. Bonds wore fixed
Alice K. Brunn has bi ought an ac
tion fur divorce against Peter N,
Brunn on thu ground of failure to
provide. They were married April
22nd of this year.
Judge Itoblnsoii this morning grant
ed it petition for letters of administra
tion on tho estate of Jose Miguel.
Mary Miguel Is to servo ns adminis
trator without bonds.
Lono McCtillum'wns charged In Po
lice Court this morning with assault
ing a police ofllcer whllo jn the per-'
furmance of his duty. Ills case was
continued until next week.
A decree of divorce was Blgned by
Judge Robinson this morning dissolv
ing the matrimonial bonds between
Keoluu Kuhlnu and Klnohou Kahlntt
on the ground ot non-support
Orders for default have been signed
by Judge Whitney In the cases of Iee
Chin and Company and Lowers &
Cooko against J. It. Davis, liens for
building materials supplied. "
The Ilnoulii and Iloola Ltihul So
ciety will hold their regular monthly
meeting tomorrow morning at 10 a.
m. at the Kaplolanl Maternity Home.
All members are requested to attend.
The American oil tanker Itosocruns
from tinvlotn Is reported to have ar
rived at Knannpnll 011 Sunday. Tho
vessel brought fuel consigned to thu
Island branch of tho Associated Oil
WE WONT PAY CIGAR DUTY
And you don't pay for tho name "Imported" In Von Dyck
If we made them In Culm Instead of the United States, tlio
duty would double the coat.
So we located our factory Ii. Tntnpii, Fla., where Culm's own
But our warehoutea nro In Cuba. Our tobacco Is the pick of
the choiceat Havana Itnf grown. And our workmen nro Cuban
experte the finest clgnr-innkcra In the world.
All tho "Imported's" exqulilte frngrame nnd flavor Ii only
enhanced by the rare Individual ehnrms of
' VAN DYCK "SVt&ir
,AT YOUR DEALERS
In 27 Different Shape-, One for Every Taate 3-for-25e to 2So Each
M. A. QUN8T i. CO. The Houae of Staples" Dlatributora
Monday, June 12.
Snn Francisco Mongolia, P. M
S U:30 n. m. .
Tuesday, June 13.
Kona nnd Knti ports Mnuna I.oa,
Rtmr., a. m.
Knual and Maul ports Manna Ken
(special excursion), a. in.
San Francisco Uufortl, U. S. A. T.,
San Francisco Wilhelmlna, M. N.
S. S., a. in.
Monday, June 12.
Japan xrt and China Mongolia,
P. M. S. S G p. m.
Hllo via way ports Mnuna Kea
sttnr., 10 a. m,
Kawnlhao nnd Mnliukonn Iwnlanl,
PAS8ENGER8 DEPARTED I
The order to show cnuso why ali
mony should not be paid In the cuse
of Kaopuu Wong Lee against Wong
Lee was discharged this morning,
there being no appearance for the
plaintiff in the case.
Ishlokn and Chun Quul, who wero
arrested for violating the llshlng reg
ulutlons Of the Board of Health, hud
their cases postponed In Police Court
for two weeks. They were represent
ed by Attorney Ashfnrd.
In the caso of Philip F. Frcar
against Morris Hoscnbledt, bill for
epeclllc performance, the duto of trial
has been set for Friday next on mo
tion of the respondent's attorney, K.
Judge Hoblnson this morning dis
missed tho petition for adoption In
the cuse of Mablo M. Jarobson be
cause tho consent of the father had
not been obtained. Herman Horn and
his wlfu wished to adopt the child.
The trnll of the McQuald dlvorco
case will begin tomorrow morning be
fore Circuit Jtulgo Robinson and the
troubles that were recited In the trial
ot McQuald for shooting Voluey C.
Driver will receive another airing In
Su Kan, who sold a shirt on Sun
day, was sentenced to pay u lino of
live dollars this morning In Pollco
Court. Ho said nftinrwards that he
made .only fifty cents from tho shirt
and lost more by paying tho line.
Win. Kaha, who was previously con
victed of assault and battery, was this
morning sentenced by Judge Monsar-
rat '.to thirty days' lmprlsonmeiiL Ko-
lia was charged this morning by Pros
ecuting Attorney Brown for having
assaulted llowlln with a bottle.
Judge Hoblnson this morning signed
an order for temporary alimony In
tho divorce cuso of Helen Corrcu
against Frunk Corren. During tho
pendency of the suit Corroa has to
puy his wlfo jr it week nnd In addi
tion counsel fees of JM nnd $13 costs
Lotia M. Ludln bus (lied nctlon for
dlvorco against Charles P. L. Ludln
on charges of cruelty and failure to
provide. Mrs. Ludln states that she
dropped a formor suit for dlvorco on
her husband's promise to be good, but
that he bus failed to live up to his
IK FQREIGK PORTS.
Tuesday, June 13.
SAN FHANCISCO J11110 10: Sullod
schr. Muriol, for Ilonolpu.
SAN FRANCISCO Juno 10: Arrived,
U. S. A. T. Sherman, honco Juno .1.
YOKOHAMA Juno 13: Sailed, S. S.
Nippon Maru, for Honolulu.
Per M. N. 8. 8. Honolulan, ror Snn
Francisco, Junn 13, Miss Anna M.
Held, Mrs. Wm. T. Pnty. A. K. Good
mundsnii, Mrs. A. K. (loodmundson,
Miss P. A. Lemmot., Miss I). K. Fulr-
chlld, Miss Delia Prime, Mrs. Prime
Mrs. Dolores, K. Cutter, W. T. Pope.
Mrs. W. T. Popo and child. 11. E. Por
ter, Mrs, II. K. Porter, Miss B. J. Lit
tle, Miss M. H. Armstrong, Wm.
Charlock, Jr., W. C. Merrllt, Mrs. 8
T, Alexander, Miss Oustafsen, B. A.
Itamsay, Mrs. E. A. Ramsey, Miss O
Power, Mrs. J. J. Dowllng, Miss I.. K.
Hough, A. M. Elslon, Mrs. A. M. El
slon, 3 K. Kainaloplll, A, T, Simaro
jl A. Muler, Miss M. Colllngcr, Mrs
Oeorgo J. Augur, Vnuglinn MacCuu
ghey, J. Oswuhl Lnttcd. Karl W. Fic-
blg, Miss O. nilbert. Miss 1). Ollbert.
B. E. Crandell, Mrs. E. E. Crandell.
H. F. Smith. IL K. Smith, IL E Bron-
son. F. O. Leeke, Floyd H, Bostwlck.
Per P. M. S. S. Mongolia for China
via Japan ports Miss F, M. Leo, Miss
L. It. Glenn, J. Aral nnd 4 children,
Felix Blel, II. A. Jnnsen, Mrs. Jan
sen and 2 children, W. do Hollls, Mrs
do Hollls, N. Storey, Daisy T. I.tmdy,
Miss O. Oudenrnth, Mrs.iN. a. Harris,
H. C. Daniels, Mrs. Daniels, W. Horu-
beck, C. Armstrong,
-4iAmonl, Miss Hopkins, J no. David
Judge J. M. Monsurrnt, W D. Adams,
Mrs. W. D. Adams, C II. Hlcliardsoii,
C. 8. Biinell, A. 11. Kurd, J. It.' Holt,
B. Meliiuckc, A, II. Myhre, Jack Cut
ton, C. McKlnlcy, P. II. Danky, Mr.
Sands, I Y. Sang, C. F. Sing, Yat Seo
Young, A. K. Hoaplll, L. Tlmuiuns, A.
Lino, F. Hodrlgues, A. Mozettn, E
Cook Miss Nowcomb, Norman Wnt-
kltiB and wife. Miss Luck, Miss E
Clark, J. 11. Hull, D. K. Hoalapl nnd
wife, Miss Upliolt, Miss Meyers, P,
Illcliard, J. Dublo It. Phillips, J. S. '
Dontiohlo and, wife, C. Cottrlll, wlfo
and son, Mrs. Iiwrence, Miss A, M.
Brook, Louis Franks D. B. Sllva, J.
W. Seabury, W. C. Chalmors, Prof. J
M. Young, W. Donnohlo, A. Fernan
dez, Miss Sackctt, Miss Peterson, K.
Akuka and wife B. Kohoa, Mrs, M.
Chung, A. O. Knhulunlll, Ben Naklln,
Jno. Kalunl ami wife, Mrs. P. T. Phi
lip, W. P. Young, J. P. Cooko nnd wife
W. O. Smith. I II. Wolffo, Mist
Sparks, D. C. Ollvera, (leo. W. Ciur,
Jno. Fuller, Chew Hung, It. 1). Church,
C. J. Schooling.
Per U. S. A. T. Buford from San
Francisco For Honolulu: Clyffnnl
flame, II. II. Wntklns, Mrs. Oamo nnd
son, Mrs, Wntklns nnd Infant, Mrs.
Umtsa (I. Beatley, Edward M. Burn
ham, Mrs. J. M. Elllcolt, C, W. Slmo
sen, Wm. Slegel, John F. C. Doscher.
Mrs. C. W. Slmescn and child, Mrs.
Wm. Slegel, two sons mid daughter, E
Chase, 0. W. McCarthy, Mrs. Q. V.
Per stmr. Maunu Ixia, from Kona
and Kau ports. E. N. Campbell, lrs.
Peterman, Mrsj C. Moore, P. Barn, T.
J. Driver, A. K. Vlerru, AdJ I-ewla,
Chnck In, II. II. Bryant, Mrs. Bryant,
Mrs. Kopa, Miss Prime, Mrs. Prime,
Miss Dqrdcnold, T. Trendbery, C. A.
McDonald -and T4deck.
AVIATOR FALLS '
IN HILO FLIGHT
Aviator Clarence II. Wnlker returned
Per stmr. Mnuna Ken, tor Hllo via on thu Honolulan from Hllo last Sun-
way ports, Juno 13. P. W, Hlder. dny morning, liavlnc established a new
Mrs. Rider, Miss II. Kingsbury, Joo'rccord. The record he established wns
Wong Leong, Hong Chnck,-M. von. In having 11 bad nccldent, wrecking his
Tenipsky, Mrs. von Tcmpsky, F.
Norton. J. B. Cnstlo.
line biplane, nnd getting his arm
scratched In the midst of tho melee and
then emerging from It till and talking
ntiuut It with n smile. He says that
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 Bccr -m
Per M. N. S. S. Wilhelmlna htnii II110 treated him well, und Hint he
, ,,, ,.,.., .,,, imny conio back from Australia anil
Snn Francisco Master Lloyd Arlolt, f , ,, , , ,.,
glvo lllloltcH a free exhibition.
Miss Ltilla Arlolt, Mrs. I. O. August, Wlllk,.r.b accident happened nfterho
Mr. John Blgotll, Mr. H. I). Bowen. Imd priiclcql. nBK.,i bis flight. II..
Mrs.. 1). Bruton. Mr. O. Bushnor, Mr.lllu, ,na(lo a Bllm,Mfu nCHlt nnit WI1H
Hlcharil Carlson, Mr. Ooo. B. Case. cf,inllK Uoivl, fr(1I11 ,10,Bllt , MQ fwt
Mr. I. U Clark. Miss Fnnnlo Collins Ho ,,,, nlrelllly fell tllu motor mS(t
Mrs. W. N. Cook and two children. Bcvml, tlmeBi ,, beRun ,ooknK for tt
miss u. uanioii, uean. mciienry aim K00(, ,lliK,0 t IlBllt. Aftt.r lmn,
urecn, Air. it. w. niggs, sirs, iu, .
No Rain In Kona,
At the llmo of departure of tho
Inter-Island steamer Mnuna Ia from
Kona mid Kau ports thero had been
no rain. Tho trip was charucterlzr.1
by light winds, smooth sens and clear
skies, A strong northeast wind nu'
choppy son wns mot In crossing tho
channel. Tho vcBBel wns nn nrrlvnl
this morning with 11 rather small list
of passengeis nnd n freight Including
shipments of pigs, cows, mules, 21
crates chickens, 2C bales sisal, 31 head
cattle, 43 barrels nndiC2 boxes fruit,
87 sacks coffee, 98 bunches bananas,
8480 sacks sugar and 13H packages
Blank books of all eortB, ledgers,
etc, manufactured by tho Bulletin
Dodge, Miss M. E. Dowd, Mr. Al Ed
wnnlB, Miss M. L. Fay, Mrs. R. B
Flsk, Mis. F. E. Fruzler, Miss Jessie
IVazler, Mr. Morse Frozlor, Mr. A. F
tlortz. Miss B. F. Harvey, MIbs P
Hess, ' Miss T. Hess, Dr. Oeorgo II
lluddy, Miss O. Humphrey, Miss L.
Johnson, Mr. J. C. Johnston, Mrs. J.
O. Johnston, Mr. II. P. Kennedy, Mr.
E. II. MncKenzIo, Mrs. C. D. Marshall
Mr. II. C. Miller, Mrs. Dr. Morong
and two children, Mrs. A. S. Moonoy,
Mr. (1. F. Moultuu, Mrs, G, F. Moid
Ion, Z. K. Myers, Mrs. Z. K. Myers,
Mrs. C. A, Nelson, Mr. IL A. Perry,
Mrs. II. A. Perry, MIbs A. U Qiiinii,
Mrs. M. J, Huberts mid two daugh
ters, W. U. Hobertson, I). Hoss, (leo
Ross, Mrs. Geo. Hoss, Ryan & Hyiin
F. Schacfer, C. Bchacfer Miss P
Bchnofer, Miss Mary Schraedcr, Dr
and Mrs. L. U Soxton, Miss Henriet
ta Simpson, Mrs. M. L. Sllverla, Hob
eit von Tenipsky, W. F, Volberg. Mrs
S. Wortlioliner, Chns. Wilson, Mrs. C
Per stmr Matina Koa from Kauai
and Maul on special excursion J. A.
Kennedy, S, Kennedy, W. Darcoy, W.
It, Castle, C. V. Bush' and wife, J, Im
poz, J. Abadle, II. Akl, J. P. Kawn
mil, K. A. Ncwcomb, W B. Howoll, Joo
Apau, MIbb Winter, Mrs, Ilobb, W. T.
Hawllus, K. H. C. Wallnco and son
Misses Hoist (2), Miss C. Querlno
struggle he almost lit In safety, but
wus caught by u gust of wind nnd
dashed against n tree, tho machine
fulling some twenty-tlvo feet.
Walker blnmes the nccldent entirely
upon the motor.
Ironiotcr U J, Love announces Hint
the nccldent will not Interfere with
the tllghts scheduled for next Saturday
nnd Sunday at Knplultini Park.
Mauna Kea Made Quick Get Away.
Thoro was no tlmo lost In prepar
ing tho liiter-Islaml steamer Milium
Kea for Hllo and way ports this morn
ing. Captain Freemnu, master of tlio
vessel brought the liner Into xirt
shortly after live o'clock after a Iwq
days' excursion trip to Kuual and
Muul poits. Shortly after ten o'clock
this morning, lines had been cast off
nnd the vessel was again under wny
for Hawaii by the way of Maul ports
of call. Purser 1'hlllipi and Chief
Steward Frank de Mcllu had about alt
that they could do In looking after
the business of provisioning tlio
steamer and attending to tho recep
tlou of passengers nnd freight. Tho
Mauna Kea Ballad with a number ot
tourists, her cnblns being well filled
Tho Inter-Island steamer Iwalanl
was .dispatched at noon today taking
general cargo for Kawalhao and Ma-
Miss A. I.opez, 8. Evans, Perkins, Jus hnkonu. This vessel will return with
L. Frlel, O. C, Scott, F lions, Miss A. shipments of sugnr and cattle.
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
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