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i3 3 EVENING: BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1911.
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I.cnhl Chnpler Nn. 2
Honolulu 'I lilnl Di gn r.
Hawaiian Third lli-pri r.
I AM visiting membern of tM
(Order ore cordially Invited to
attend mcetlnga of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd end 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' " am
NEFICIAL ASSIATIOH. cintioni cor-
SAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first arid third Thura
ayn or e.uh month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Vlftltluft brother! cor
tlslly Invited lo nttend.
H. FOSTKIt, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. of n.
BONOLUIU AERIE, 140. ". 0. E.
Meets ou the 2nd and 4th WED
NJSSDAT evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ueretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Kagles ire Invited to at
(and, oi:o A nAVia w p.
UM C. McCOY. Kec.
HONOLULU L0DQE, GIG, B. V. 0. 1.
Flonolulii Lodge No. 618, H. P. O.
Clks, meets In their hall, on King
Itrret, near Fort. every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are coidlally
'nvlted to atten'1..
n p. n. iMnxntnta; is. n.
i ato t Ki.ui.'ciKL, sc.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE. 110. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
renins at 7-30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Bcrotnnla. Visit
ing brothers cordially lnv)tl to at
tend. F F. KILBEY, C. O.
B. A. JACOUSON, IC. R. B.
IKl GREAT BtNJAMIN COMPOUND
Cures tho hldnc)s,
A. N. Sanford,
Boiton Building - - Tort Street
Over May & Co.
PALM BEACH HATS
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Younu Phono 3038
CARLSON CURRIER CO. WASH
C. B. and LA CROIX EMBROIDERY
New Stylish Hats
Summer ityloa In millinery at par
BOSTON BUILDING, TORT STREET
EAT AT THE
Everything New Servleo Excellent
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It goes without Buying that every
thing la Heat at Tho Kticore.
Trunks mid suit msi"4 nt Kant
CIioiir Co Kurt mid llcrotnnl.i Sta ,
I lun bun Mm K
If )uu want a Rood Job done on un
until or ciirrliiK" tako It lo Hanallan
CtrrlaRC Mfs. Co. 427 Queen at.
St UiiiIh C'nllor.o Alumni will hold
their timm.il leiinlcm crlcbr.itlon In
t ho rollORr dinliiK hall, Juno 21, KM I.
Hulls mndo to j uitr nicuuro :;t
rc.uly-in.ulo prlccn by flrii A Martin
i:tnilip Tlicatro llulldltm'. Suits $20
ChIsIiip, Forxlcr and rooms nt llati'
Iwa nil th.it n particular pvrann ran
Ipalro Tbo tiatlilnc la the best on tho
ifd.uu! n m there la no curat.
Fllllnc tnutrrlal fur swniiipy pl.icca,
tibl ii'k-ihioIh and Inn landa, for Hale
bj (ioo M Yniiiaila. mom 21S Mc
t'lindlo b bulldlni; Phone 2lf6
HON S Ki:i,IINOI of Maul, arrived
i'strrd.i In Hie l.lkcllke Ho will
prob.ilib return to Wnllillui tomorrow
.il'ici noun, Hallins In tho Mlknlmla.
.iapanicsi: t't)Nsi'ii (1i:ni:rai.
N VtlAI of S.m Fi.uicIrco, who has
been Kr.intcd a leno ot uhbcucc by
the linpt-rl.it '(iiiMTtimetit, wilt rasa
llmiiigli this port li tho Tctiyo Maru,
dune the 2Sth. lie will spend n few
iniinlliH in .Inpan before rcturnlii); to
IiIh post In the (iolilcn Halo city
HON .1 V MOANAUM, of Hama
liua, ll.m.ill, one of tho delrfiates to
th' aiiliii.il KiaiiRellral ronicntluu,
ulilrli will IicrIii Ita work next S.ilur
il.'O inurnlui:, urrhed In tbo .Manna
Ke.i l.mt Saturday He will remain
In lunn about three uoeW
Oi'.liluBtjtifr cxcrrjKCs In, 111? It
M'lioolfi iuiincoilw;e vtll bp liblil ts
Iblrt week nt followai t!
Normal Sehool TonlKlit t
JlcKlntey lllch School Toinor- tt
low iiIbIiI.' " 'St
Oahu Collcso Class IMy, fi tt
day; eomiufluceiueut exercises, t:
Saluiday night tt
Piin.ilinu Preparatory School U
.The public bchools will clore for It
the year net Friday Most of it
them will have their closiut; ox- U
erriiea tho haino day. altliouph ::
homo will liao cxurclues other XX
ilaxrf this week. tt
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IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Monday, June 19.
SAN FltANCISCO .luiio 17. Sailed.
S S Alaskan, for Seattle.
SAN FltANCISCO .lunn 19: Arrlicd.
8. S Knterprlse, from Illln, henro
POUT T0VN8I:NI .lime 19 Arriv
ed, Schr Ilorealis, f i inn Mahukona,
heme May 28.
Ni:V YORK Juno IS: Arriicd, Ilk.
Nuiiaiiu, friim Kauuap.ill, hence
Feb 7. ' l ,)
C WIOTA Juno 19- Anlicd, S H
Santa Maria, from I HI", henco June
S S America Maru will nrrhc at 8
n in tomorrow from San, Francisco
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Recorded May 19, 1911.
W K Apunkeliau unci wf to Mary IS
Foxier, II; bit III lull laud, Knlunn
Koulaiilna. Oahu; jr.OO. II 315, p 217
May 17. 1911.
Keliuiuano Knnlelo (w) to Kunlil
J lore (w). I); 7-lOfln uf It P r,:, kill
"713, ni 31, I'.ialaii-kal, Wal.ililn,
OiiIiii, XM) It .Mr,, p 218. l May 18,
Wextern .t Han n lnKtinl Cn I.til
lo IStnui.i M Nakiilim iiiul hub, Itel;
12 :.-Ida of nee I, It P 2388. ami np 4.
It P 2317. Kalibl, Honolulu. Oabu, t,
ile. It 311. p 470 Mny 17. 1011.
Waller Hurst to William It Castle,
tr. Addl Cbge; por R I 28S5, kill 1731.
ami lililiTH, Vlnejnnl St, Hnnnliilu,
Oabu: 1000. II 311, p 471. Slay 18,
I'l.irrnre I) Pihmln to William 11
i'mhIIc. tr. M; land patent CI08, MiIrh,
li'litH, ell', I'lilolo, llonollllll, O.'llllli
nr00 II 341, p 473 May IK, 1911.
Kaliiiiikl Land Co J.lil to Mr Ilr-nc"-llnn
Ab.idln. I)J lot 119, neitlon 11,
Pdlnlo lllll Trni.1, llonotulii, Oahu;
JIOil I) 345, I' 221 May 17. 1911
Kula K Abulia and lid, (II) to llalo
iiiano Land Co Ltd, I); Kr 850. water,
rt itc, Kninanaiiul. Wnliilua. OalillJ
JI.00 II 315, p 2:.' .May 15, 1911
Paulo NHniinlilelua to IJIck K Dln
moiiil, I); ' jieN biuil, WalkllJ, Hono
lulu, n.iliiii $15. II 315, p 223. Mny
MarK.uet K Ian iiml IikIi (J) rt al In
A I' 1'iml.e, tr, II: up 3. II P 2548, kill
17M roiilF, etc, Pnlnln, Honolulu. OjIiii:
I .-Jll II 115. p 221 M, 18, lllll
M Kiinml.anl (k) to A F Cmike, tr,
I: Int In (i. 1 ami 2, It P 2648, kill
1781, Palnlo. Honolulu. Oahu; SI. It
14'., p .'JO May 18. 1911
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Personal attention to all orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
Thirty of Him Arc Reluming From Australia After Having
Been Stranded Down Under Makura Makes Brief Stay.
Has Few Notables Aboard Intcr-lsland Steamers Here
l.i' tho poor Indian, tho nublo red
ninti from the Canadian wltds. did not
proo such n iilne-tlmo wonder lo lliu
amusement IovIiir popnlnco of the
Australian centers that they broke
their necks or disarranged their wear
ing apparel In n mad scramble fur
front Heals at the wild west show.
Tho Canndlnn-Aiistrallnti liner Ma
kun has thirty of the redskins on
board who nre through passengcis eu
ro 1 1 1 o to Vancomcr.
Klml-hcarlod passengers In tho Bri
tish ship got together a few ilaj.i aft
er leailng Sydney, and raised a puruo
iinioiintliiR lo about $100 which has
been set aside for tho IjonolU of tho
Indians. Tho bcnson In Australia w.m
ii falluro from the lory btart. Tho
wild west show went broke before tho
uoiclty had been noin from the per
formance It was less Hum four
months ago that Jho wild rullcliig
baud of Canadian Indians passed
through lloiioliilu enroiiln tu tho
southern continent. While here tho
saiages gao an Impromptu entertain
ment on the deck of tho steamer. It
wan nt a time that Iho irt was co
rnicing nuaranllnu niul tho dlicrslon
uercil In u manner lo appease a con
siderable nnioual of true Ilrillsii
wralh over an enforced detention on
'Iho Mnkiifii .Itrhed at the wharf
shortly after ten o'clock IIiIb inornln
after nlmt Is termed a fairl pleasant
tllp. The ei?3Cl met with fresh tn
moderate northeast winds and lino
The steamer Is leaving ror Ilrltlmi
Columbia at cloicii o'clock tonight.
During the stay hero the following
Height Is being (Uncharged:
7K cases brandy, CD pkga gin, (17
ciiich Jam, 3IU1 cm I eg onions, 71')
sacks dried blood, 120 boxes frozen
biillei, 25 cases tinned butter, 11 ease-i
arable. 5 casks salt beef, 2 bales lea
Hut. 1 c.iso saddlery. 11 pkga sun
dries and ipiaulity of stores for Km
Tho nlllcers arranged n pleasing
program of spuria and special din
ners on Iho o).ige. Ouo eient eh en
In honor of Mrs. Cimhlng was a fea
ture of tho tllp, It being a blrlhdaj
celebration held at a time tho vessel
crossed Iho lino.
Several notables In ecclestlc.il and
Judicial circles of Polynesia aro pns
seiiRcrs In the Makura cnnmto to
ureal in nam.
Steamless Atlantic Liners.
THIS NKW Iliimbiirg-Amcrie.iii Al-
lanlic liner now under eonstructloii
will be 8S1 feet In length. 11,1 com
mander's bridge will bo Hcvcnl-rcen
feet nbovo tho water level. The com
pany's n.lis. Will llyOS feet iibuvn
Iho 'sea. Tho ship will hno no fun
tif Is. u will have no boilers. It will
bo iitc.iinleifs. lis piopellcrs will be
operated i) explosion engines. ,lt
will lie a m.igiillicent eialt. but olio
of tbo si i. ingest that has oer ciossed
tho ocean. The company that Is In
vesting a modern fruliiuo In its build
ing Is one of tho most conservative,
If ouo of tho most enterpilslng, in
the noild II may bo taken foi
granted Hint the project of construct
ing a stenmles8 vessel was not oti
leieil upon hastily or without thor
ough Investigation of tho gas engine
In lis higher stage of development
It lu said Hint until ouo was planned
for this ship no explosion engiuu id
proved olllclency and secuiltj tipil
power cqtnl to Iho reipilieinunts of
n vessel of great tonnago wan ever
designed. It follow a as u matter of
course I hat. If Iho motor of tho hlg
liamburg-Ameilcau shall ciimo lip lo
oxpoclnUnus, all other oeeaii-gnlng
vessols will .eventually iiliiinlou lh(
.It Is iiupob.illilo thiii carl) lo cli
mate Iho coal of op'-r.illim under the
v..1. '',." . - .. . f . , - j
W.C, Peacock Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
. Solo Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
LO! THE POOR INDIAN
neW system, so far as fuel consump
tion Is' conceiiicil. hut It Is known
now as jvcll as It ever ran be thai the
saving.' In Internal space wll be Im
mense; II will menu, also, great
economy In labor. It will mean
cleanliness. So far as Iho new ves
sel Is conccined. It will not. iicrhapt,
mean greater speed, for the breaking
tit existing lecords Is not the end tho
company has In view. Nevertheless,
there Is Jusl ns much lenson In look
for development along speed linos in
the new t)pe of Allaiille liners us
llieio In In look for Impiovemeut In
nny other direction. It In incniicclv
nlilo lli.it the Hrsl motor-propelled
vessel-should stand for the hlghost
achievement of Inventive genius or
connlrnclive skill In this department
of effort; II will do much ill meicly
pointing the way.
.Ma.slcr uf MniT Fined for Opium. . .
Captain A (! Stevens, master of the
oriental, liner America Maru, linn been
notllled by the (ollcclnr of the port
of San FraiK Imii that he was liable to
a line or I2S.7.1.1 for tho 821 tins of
sniuggleil opium recently found by
tho customs inspectnis on bis ship.
Tho lino Is levied niifomatlcnlly In
accordant e with Iho law making tho
rklppcr lopoiiHlhlo for all undeclared
goods on hn.uil, and llxlng the pennlty
at the loial value of Hie haluo.
While tin lieamiie ilcpartnient is
determined to break up the opium
way of est ape has been suggested,
wii) of ejc.ile has bcetisuggctiled.
The ilnclt'iit statue refers to "mer
chandise." The question la, can a
prohibited .article such as opium be
..tilled "mrf-elinn,1iln " nHtipel:,llv nn II
is subject lo confiscation, and hnn no
value when in the hands of the
If tbo department's ruling holds,
in.u.leis mny lose their licenses and
tho vcsseliP'thclr clearance papers
until such lines are paid. About 2f
such cases nre pending, and It is
believed Hint tho steamship companies
will nppe.il to the courts. The latest
word from Washington Is that the
reiouimcnilatlou of the collector will
bo enforced in each cahc.
Wri'ili llildence Kiiiind
IXJNDON. Tbo Jlrltlsb armored
cruiser Cumberland reported ,today
b) wlieless (o tho ailmlrnlly that she
had picked up at tho mouth of I lie
1'iiglltjh channel an empty lifeboat
belonging to tho overdue British
Mcamcr Cajo Largo. Tho vessel left
Swnm.ea, April 10, for Tamplco,-nnd
it Is feared she foundered In the
nlqrmu that followed her dcparlprc
Steamer Watson to be Repaired.
ItKPAIItS lo tho steamship Watson,
or Iho Alaska-Pacific Steamship Com
pany, which was badly damaged I,, a
sloim vvhllo cu mulo fiom Seattle
In Sail Francisco, will Includo Hie lu
stnlllng of n now slern Mist as woll
as a now rudder. Tho damage to the
Watson was much giealer than ut
first Happened and II Is estimated that
her lepnlrs-vvlll cost between $15,000
Marcus Tnlbolt, manager of tbo
Alaska-Pacific Company, said that no
airangemeulu had been madn lo ob
tain a vessel for tho Watson's run,
although It may tako thirty ayn to
The Wnlhoii was Iho only vessel
which i. in Inlo Iho leolh ,(r Iho galo
that swept tho ConBt about two weeks
Wilhelmlna Takloa on Sugar.
The Malson Navigation steamer
Wllhelmliin In taking on sugar nt the
poll and will lenvo here al ten o'clock,
on Wednesday inoinlng with between
five and six thousand Ions of this
cargo. Tho vebi.el Is well hooked
vvltli cabin passengers. It Is expecl
ed Hint, Hie steamer will leave with
between nno hundred nnd thirty and
one hundred nnd forty passengers in
tho cabin A number of Portuguese and
Iliisslnna have booked for tho Blcer
nge. Tho Wllliclmlnn remained at
Illlo siilllcleiit lltno to pick up about
two thousand Ions sugar.
Kln.iu Brouaht Big Sugar Shipment,
Tho Intcr-lsland Btcamcr Kinau
brniight n latge quantity of Biigar In
ulildlng Soon sackn, also H3 hales
hides, 260 Bnclta rice, GO cases honey.
21 sacks cocoauuts, r, crates pears, li
quantity of chickens, 15 crates pep
pers, llfi packages Bundrlcs. Tho
slcamcr met vvllh fair neither on tho
Inward trip. The steamer Nocnit was
reported taking on Wnlmen, sugar
while the W. O. Unit was nt, Kolon
loading cargo. Tho vessel returned In
n choppy ben.
America Maru Due Early.
A wireless' message received at Iho
agency of Cantlo nnd Cooke, repre
senting the Toyo Klscn Knlsha an
nounces the early arrival of tho steam
er America .Maru, This vessel Is ex
pected off tho quarantine along about
eight o'clock. Tho vessel is enroulo
from San Francisco lo Jnpnn and
China ports and because of her for
eign register will bring no cargo for
Honolulu. It Is expected that tho
steamer will ho dispatched for Jnpau
at llvo o'clock tomntimv evening.
Enterprise at the Coast,
A cnblo received nt Iho local ngo'i
ey of Iho Merchants' Kxchnngo re
ports Iho nrrlv.il of Iho Matson Navi
gation steamer ISntcrprlsc nt Sin
Francisco. This vessel sailed from
Illlo vvllh a quantity of sugar. It was
fiom Iho ISntoiprlse, that cOfisldprahle
opium waa rounsentpd and a meniber
or Iho galley foico was placed mule:
Llkellke Is Well Loaded.
The steamer Llkellke now on Hid
run roundly covered by tho Mlkn
hula, lelunied tn port vvllh I (lilt! sacks
sugnr, 2u bend cattle, 20(1 watermel
ons, 213 packages sumlilcn, 8 pack
ages machinery, a lot of empty b.ii
rels and bottle In sacks, 51 sacks pad
dy, 19 boxes pigs. Tho steamer met
vvllh lino we.ilhcr on tho ictiirn trip
Iwalanl for All Hamakua Ports.
The Inler-Islaiid company announce
that Iho steamer Iwalanl will bo ilia
patched nt noon tomorrow for all I In
mnkiia ports also Including Maliuki)
nn, Knnalhnc anil Klpnhiilu. This
vesbel will carry explosives In addi
tion Id other lines or general cargo.
Llkellke on Mlkahaln Route.
The steamer Llkollko will be sub
stituted ror tho Mlkahala ou a route
covering Maul and Molokat ports.
The Mlkahala will go Into dock ror
cleaning and icpalrn. Tho Llkellke
Is scheduled to depart tomorrow
evening at llvo o'clock.
Plenty Supar on Kauai.
According to icimrts brought lo
this city by the steamer Kinau there
Is a quantity or sugar nwaiting ship
ment at (iiirilcn Island ports. Among
thoso noted is JI. S. Co. 7000; K. K.
II 2350; L. 11. 13. 370; 0. F 10,041,
K. P. 10.358.
Noeau Takes Explosives.
ISxpIoslves will bo Included in the
general cat go to bo carried to vari
ous ports on Kauai by Ilia steamer
Noeau This vessel Is scheduled to
snll for Iho Harden Island ut HVo
o'clock lomoriow efenlng.
Lumber for Molokal.
Nearly fifty thousand feet of lum
ber nnd fitly tons fertilizer will be
taken by tho Intcr-lsland ateamer
Llkellke when (hat vessel depart ror
Maui nnd Molokal ports lomoriow
Mall Has Arrived at Australia.
A mall dls(iatejied rrom Honolulu on
May 2(ilh by Iho Canadian-Australian
llnor enlandla Is leported to havo
nrilved at Sydney, N. S. W., on last
Olaa and McUryde fiunlslieil ubout
nil Hie iictlvlty on the local stock mar
ket tuday Ohm wan firm at 4.1125,
while Mcllrydu sold readily at G025,
moil of the blocks being small. 115
Olaa went In n bunch.
Oahu Sugar got sumo attention, sales
being rrcinded on and off the board ut
31 25, anil there was one deal of R Ha
waiian Cnuiuiorclul recorded between
boards. 500 Oahu Ilitllnny bonds went
Pineapple stocks wcro nctlvo at the
Besslon of Iho Hawaiian exchange The
sales are rccoided of 5 Hawaiian Pine
apple at 37. niul 1Q Pineapple Products
at 20 This exihaugo gives the fol
lowing dl quotations:
Cremci Petroleum 35
Honolulu Consolidated ., 170 1.S0
Iliiniaiuua 10 .40
. Tempter Ranch OHi
Piirlssliuu 20 .25
II ii I let I u IMIIorlal llnorn l'liouc
2185. "ill lei In JtiiitiiesM Oillce
IN CUBA'S OWN CLIMATE
In Tampa, Fla, we mako our cigars.
Thus we avoid paying a duty that would equal thoir
This saving Is put into the cigar. It shows In tho to
bacco Iho, choicest Havani leaf that Cuba produces I
In the flnUlv tho defl handiwork ot; ox port Cuban
And no Imported cigar, at double Who prteo, rivals In
quality In fragrance or In flavor
VAN DYCK "oVJ-
In 27 Different Shapes One for Every Taste 3-for-2!
p., ' M, A. O.UNST oVCO.-J'THe House ot slaptei'Dis
Sunday, June 18.
-Illlo Wllholnilna,4M N. 8. 8., u. m.
Kauai ports Kinau, slnir., a, in.
Maul, Molokal and Lanal ports
Mlkahala, stmr., a. m.
Monday, June 19.
Hawaii ports Llkellke, stmr., a.
Australian ports via Suva Makura
C.-A. 8. 8., a. in. i
Kiuial ports Noeau, stnir., Ii. nn
Hawaii ports Iwalanl, stmr., a. in
Per C.-A. S. 8. Tdnkunl, from Aus
tralian imrts via SuvaFor Houoltilit:
Misses T, Clonan, M. U .lanilcson, A.
Illlir B. Connult, 8. Hlaekslon, Wlrth
(2), Douglass (2), IS. Finlay;.Mcs
dnnieo K. Pllchcr, K. (1. Cashing, llcln
Inghnus niul 2 chlhlien, IS. A. Dutolt.
8. lltuckston, Tt Dean, llnrnoy, Kear
ney and 2 ehllilicn, WJrlh, Baldwin,
Mnrnn and Infant, Messrs A. II. John
ston, W. N. Taugjo, C. Relnlnghaiis,
.1. C. Williamson, C. M. Orr, 8. W.
FlUtpatrlek. Ii It. Mnckay, J. V nt
gcrahl. J. Kennedy, A. Ussher, II. II.
Harney, I). P. Kearney. F. W. Wlrth
T Duncan, It. IS. Baldwin; Miss V
llehag. Miss Ilehag,
HONORS TO MURDOCK
A scries oMirllllnnt receptions fol
lowed upon tho arrlvnl of Henr Ad
miral J. II Murdock, tho new com
mander of tbo United Slates licet
stntloucil la Asiatic waters mid who
has nssiiniod charge or tho Asiatic
Bqiiadron wjiith hut recently arrived
at Yokohama. '
Roar Admiral Murdock l cached tho
flist Japanese port by tho Too Klscn
Knlsha liner Nippon Maru. Tbo Ad
miral was attended by Lieutenants
Ilagley and Caiitiuu, tho last-named
olllccr being accompanied tij his wife
Hiid daughter. Admiral Murdock em
barked on the flagship Saratoga nt
Yokohama to relievo Itear-Admlral
lluhhaid, who left for homo by tho
Tcnif Mam. AHinli.il Minilock has
already visited Iho ICast twice twen
ty jears ago, then In 1908 on the oc
casion or tho unlval or Admiral Sher
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District nil, which takes In Pauoa
pait of Piinihbowl and upper Fort
stiect has appointed section leaden
as rollows: II. II. Walker, I'. II. Arm
strong, .1. W. Waldron, O. I Soren
wiii, Chas. 8 Waile, A. Mackliitosh
A. W Neeley niul II. L. Kcir. Others
aro to he appointed.
Members ot the Oahu Central Im
provement Committee us well as or
the special committees iinuied to han
dle "ClcarPlJp Day" noxt Saturday
held it' meeting last Saturday night
nnd talked over ways and means for
carrying the clean-up campaign to
great success. A little damper was
thrown on the enthusiasm when It
was learned Hint little money will ho
available fiom the Hoard or Health,
ror Cbali man K. A. Hermit ling been
counting on nt least $5000 rrom this
source, and some other plan must he
(iovornor Frcar will bo naked lo
make lliu day it legal holiday, Iho
meeting pnsslug tho following resolu
tion: "Whereas, '('lean-up Day' should
be In all Its phases a thorough one,
and must havo the support or all per
sona as well us the officials or Ibis
city and Territory, and
"Whnioas, The benellcial effect of u
complete cleansing or Honolulu will
bo felt on the mainland; therefore, bo
"Resolved, That the (Iovornor of the
Tenilory of Hawaii bo requested to
flei'liirn ii iiiilill,. I.. .IIiIt.i. ..u nt .....l r..
......-, .. ......... ..........j ... .., .tiii n,i i
Juno 2llh, 1911, and that the (Jov- '
ernqr, In such proclamation, earnest"
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meetf All Inter-Island Steamers
25c to 25o Each
ly request nl lcsldcnts lo use this
special day us it serious, working d.i
for tho health nnd sanltnlion of our
Chairman R 1. Spalding or the
Finance Committee, gavo tho meeting .
the news or lack of funds in u letter
In which he stated:
"On behalf or the Flnanco Commit"
leo ror 'Clean-up Day,' I beg to advlso
you of the receipt of iv letter from the
president of tho Hoard of Health, stat
ing Hint, on account of tho exhausted f
condition ot Its appropriation, little, It
any, flneiiclat nssletunce cull hi- ex-
peeled ft oin that source
'As wo were led to believe Hint tbo
Board of Health would' provide ut
least iaflOO, this' Information comes as
.1 sitrprlsoiund upsets the pfans of the
committee to ul'old Soliciting privuto
subscrlpt'ons ami Wr.ilcrs It necessaty
to loni: to that una r co uioiio (or
Tho executive comniitteo 'ins pic
tured n list of Iho special coiiimlllees,
with tbo telephone number of each
iiicmboi', so that the public can reach
any ono lor Infoi unit Ion or sugges
tions. The list is as follows:
OllUoia Central lniirnvcnient I'ma-
mllteo. R A. Ilerndt, phono 1821,
chairman; f). von l'luum, 1211, vlre-
rhalrimin; Will J. Cooper, aecrelary;
J. L. Mclxnn list, ticasuior.
W. F. Wilson, 2ti2', AiiwulolliiMi lm-
Dr. W. ti. Rogers, 2718. Wnlalae,
Kalmukl and l'.iloln lmiiiovcment
C. C. Jnmos, ir,sr., l'alama and Kali
bl Improvement Club.
F. I. W.'ldrnii. JIM, Mano.i lin
provemiiit ( luh.
John W.i'l.er, 221. ICa ihiiiuanii lin
Wlll'.ai.i V.'oltcis, Piospect liiiprovij-
meiit ('In i.
F .1 Mi" imirIiIIii. Alowa luiprovo
ment Cl.ib. m
A. Q Marcnlllno, 1271, Luoltana So
ciety; JJ. ('. Pachcfe, 22'it!, San An
tonio Soidel.v; r" leneiillng I'nriii
gueso 8, Sliul.ii, 2190; Y KlmiU'.i, 151,2;
Y. Soga, 2918; representing Japaiieao
Chu (leni, 1720; Dr. F. Wong Lcong,
1030; C. K. Al, 2178; representing
IS. I. Spalding, 1120: J P Coolie,
1231; IS. A Molt-Bnilth, 1211; Y Aknl.
2421; Chung Ming. 14KI; ( F Af
rouso; Henry llapal, It'll
F 1. Waldron, 1159; Dr. I Kitsu.
kl, I597; Dr. Victor S. Clark, lC.li; Ed
Tonne, 1473; Yeo Yap, A. II. R VI
elrn, 22.11; 8. II Mandolin, 1419
Clerical Help, Ktc
A. K Orana, ISIS; W Y. Kwil
Fong, 1218; Father Vnlenlln; .1. M.
Camarii, 1775; nil J. Crawrord.
Cartage 11 ml Impli nienlx - .
II. von Dninm, 1211; (1. II. Gere,
219.'; A. V Pclors, 27J8; Duvld
I laughs, 2509; M Kuwaharu, 2733;
YmiB Kwong Tat, 1720; (!co V.uundn,
Win Welters; 8. Takahnshl; I'" D.
Crecdon, 1255; K. Ono, 2157; M Ko
meja, 2552; Choy Dan, 1720; V. Fer
nandez (Tax Olllco), 1211; II. K. Ala
Dr. W 0. Rogors, 27IS; (', M Cooke,
1715; W. Moloshlge, 1551; Um Joe,
M18; W. W. Thayer, 2210; M P Rob
inson, 118.1; 27C2; K. Maruauia; O.
M. V. Forsler, 1121.
Noeau In With General Cargo
The Iiiler-Isl.miJ alenmer Noeau
was an arrival this inoinlng with car
go Including n quantity or empty
iIiiiium nnd wine barrels, 29 sacks
awn, 388 sacks ilco, 1270 sacks Biigar,
22 sacks potatoes nnd sundries.
Sluing winds nnd heavy Boas chaion
toilzcd the trip.
Sugar, Rice and Pineapples.
Thg Matuou Navigation stcamor
Wllhelmliin will ball at ten o'clock
on Wednesday morning for San Fran-lIm-o
lulling ainoiig other Ileum ot
cargo 1852 sticks sugar ami npproxi
ipiitcty 2''Q Ions ptodiielK Iik liulljig
1 leo, plnonpplcs and Homo bauaiiun,
k&mitoMMmti & jtU&aLdtjjj. . 4ft . nM jgg
4Jkdtiuii 1 Iti 111 1 1 1 m'! Vil if.' hl'inii 1 1
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