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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. M., FRIDAY, JUNEJ, 1911.
l.calil Chapter t. a
Honolulu Third Prcrcr.
.llanallau Third Degree.
FRIDAY: ( :
All visiting meuiturn of tie
Order ara cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K, P. Hall
7:30 P. M
.Home tuniutcBet acraucii ui
BENEFICIAL AVIATION. cUtlon, co
HAWAIIAN TBD3, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meet every nrst and third Thurs
lays of ncli month at Knights or
Pythias Hall. VIbUIdk brother cor-
Wall invited to attond.
H. FOSTER, Sncbem.
U. V. TODD, 0. of n.
BONOIFLU AERIE, HO. f. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Kurt streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
(and. (IEO A. DAVIS W. P.
1VM C. JllrCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 010, B. P. O.X
Honelulu Lodgo No. 816, B. PO.
Clki, meets In tbetr hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
hivlted to atten!. $
n. p n. isENin-rtn, n n.
01:0. r. Ki.unanu sec.
WM. McKINLEY I0DOE. HO. 8,
E. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 730 o'clock In K. of; P.
Hall, cor. Fort nnd Reretanln. Vlslt
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. F. KIM1GV, C. C.
E. A. JACOIISON, K. R. 8.
lilt GREAT BINJAMIN COMPOUND
Stomach and Liter
Cures tho Kidneys.
. Eyes Examined
Boston Budding Fart Street
Over May & Co.
PALM BEACH HATS
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Phono 3088
CARLSON CURRIER CO. WASH
C. B. and LA CROX EMBROIDERY
New Stylish Hats
Summer stylet in mllllntry at par
MISS PUWl.II 1
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STRCET
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
II T KENNEDY, of tin- Wagner
Kenned C'ointinny, San Francisco
nntn ngents tin relumed to Sun
It T O'CONNOR of St. Paul has
returned to IiIh homo after n woild
tntir that iticlmtod Hawaii. He pralseu
the Islands, according to tho St I'.iul
V II FITZPATRICK and Mra Filr
palrlok, formerly nf Dulutli, hate re
turned nftoY luolto j,car In Hono
lulu, uaya the Dulutli Herald. They
may remain In Dulutli for foiuo time
J I) VAN HAAI.EN. a Han Fran
cisco iioitBpnper man and correspond
ent la returning lo the mainland after
hating made a round trip to Iho Far
East and tinted many strategic iKilntn
of Interest thcro. Van llaalen In a
through passenger In tho Japano-to
liner Nippon Maru.
MRS. CAMl'AtT THOMPSON, and
Mixs Tliiimpson, arrival) In the .lap
.uipso llntr Nippon Mam this morn
ing will remain over fr a brief tlnll
m ivilnls of Interest through tho Isl
amis The.t arc connected with blrj
Standard Oil Interests, with headquar
ters at netmlt, Mich
II I I.INNEI.L. of the Atlantic
flulf and I'aelfle Cnntirany tilth head
(purlers at Mnnlt.i. I making a round
trip to tile in. 'Inland on business nnd
plenum e hem as a passenger In tho
Nippon M.iru. The A. 1 and P. has
been conducting extensile port works
at Mtinlla entering a period of manv
tears Mr. I.innell Is accompanied
b Mrs. I.innell nnd tno pons.
MISS Hl'RY MASCOTTi:, of tho
famous Mascot to Sisters who souk
months ago pla.ted a suoecbsfiil en
gagement at a local theatro and who
haie Just closed a satisfactory tour
of the principal cities on the main
land Is n returning passenger. In
the Cnnndiun-Austrnllnii liner Ma
mma, duo this nftonioon Miss Mns
totte 11 III lie remembered here through
the announcement of her engagement
to a omir. slenograplier now con
nected with tho stan" of an ctonliij
EX-GOV. FORT '
(Continued from Page 1)
American ling as Is pertained to ship
ping He told the business men today
that hift tour abroad .occupied some
eight mouths to date. He bad tlslled
the porlB of (iilirallnr, thenco on
thiDiigh tho Mediterranean, passing
along the Suez Canal and calling at
the scternl Important commercial
centers of India, Malay Stales, China,
and Japan. At ctcry port of call ho
ootiRht In vain for a commercial
steamer bearing the stais and stripes.
Only In isolated instances ttcro t es
soin met with that flew tho Ameri
can colors Ho declared. that the word
ship subrldy tins a rather unpleasant
word In tho lexicon of the people of
tho mainland, but nevertheless It was
a matter that tho nation now Bqiinrcly
"To mo It was humiliation Indes
cribable to noto tcssels filing the
IIurs of (Ircat Britain, Norway, (ici-
inany, Japan nnd Austria, but no tcs
scl of an consequence In F.uropcan
waters that carried American colors.
We must plnco tho flag on tho high
aeas and cxpeclally In tho Orient
tvhero tho teeming millions of popi!
latlou nre demanding that wo meut
their demands. Ho went on to toll
of tho unlimited -onlhlllllcs of Irndo
with a nation like China with inino
tiling like four hundred millions of
Tho speaker paid aomo attention to
political t-ucrstiohs not only of his
own (stato but of tho nation as well.
flu claimed that Now Jersey waB tho
homo of 11,000 corporations and with
only 37 failures' laid at their door
during Iho panic. Ho devoted some
time to a discussion of matters per
taining to a more amlcablo under
standing bettteeu capital and labor
as It pcrtiilns to tho operation of (lie
employers liability measures now
passed by koiuo of tho mainland slato
Part plmlKca tins unuthjir question
diluted upon lo Fonio length, the
npcalier contending that no party can
titfoid to mako pledges aud then vio
late them hlx-'ioternor Fort Is n
warm advocate of tho pollcloB pur
sued by President Taft. Ho cited tho
dlicct primary ns a measure Hint ro
cciveil hli warmest uppiotnl while, ox
eeulltc of tiio f'tuto of Now Jersey
I'x-Uuicrnnr- Fort left for San
Pra11clt.cn by Hie Nippon Mam till;)
nfUrnoon i 1
Temperature:! B a 111., 71 J 8 a. in.,
78; in a. m,, 77; noon, 80; morning
Ilarniftetei' 8 a 111, 30 03; nhsoluto
liumldlty, X 11. 111 , fi.f78 grnlns per
ruble foot; Velatlvo hiimhllty, 8 a. m.,
03 per cent; dew point, 8 n. m., 61.
Wind fi 11 in., velocity fi, direction
N ; 8 a in., voioclly I, dliectlon N. 13 ;
10 n. m, velocity 12, dliortlnn N. K,j
noon, voloelty 1.1, diieetlou K.
Itnlnrult during 21 lionrn ended 8 a.
Total wind movement during 21
hours enilei nt noon, 171 miles.
t'ersonsl attention to all orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jar.. H. Love)
Captain Filmcr, Dean ol IhcT. K. K. Navinatintj For'cc,
Takes Nippon Marn On Round Trip After a Long Absence
Spent in Japan Mauna Loa Brought Large Number of
Passengers Alice Cooke Only Awaits Docking.
Officers In the Tojo Klscn Knlhha
liner Nippon Mnru brought tho news
of Hie official appointment nf Captain
llnrry S. Smith, lo hc command of
tbn new nnd palatial passenger
steamer Shunjo Mum,
Captain Smith .waB ordered to leavo
the Nlpiwi -Maru nt Kobe, where tho
I It t to tosser was taken over by Com
modore V. H. Filmcr, wlio In point of
j ears Is the dean of the T. K. It staff
of natlgatnrs In tho trans-Pacific sor
tlec. For a jear or moro Captain Illmer
has been located at Yokohama whole
lie was under orders nnd also full
pay? The veteran Hlilppcr who can
number his friends at Honolulu by
the scores, "spent n pleasant day In
renewing acquaintances. Captain Kil
mer will make at least n round trip
In tho Nippon Mnru which Is under
stood will lie laid up upon her nrrli.nl
at Kobe. The vessel is to undergo
exlenslto alteration and repairs. It
will require tho better portion of two
months' to complete the work -is now
outlined at tho head olllren of the
T K K
Captain Smith's appointment lotho
new liner lias met with the general
approval of those who know him best.
Tho transfer to n larger vessel with
Increased resHinslblllllos, js looked
upon In tho light of n dcierved pro
motion. Wbllo Caplaln Kilmer haa
been npsneiatcd for a longer peilod
In the T. K. K. service, ho iilso has a
considerable welRlit of years to his
credit. Ho readily gave way to Cap
taUji Smllh who Is second In seniority
but n younger man.
Tho failure to make tho port In
Biifflcient tlmn to land last evening
was not taken tery serlouoly by tho
passengers. It was a fairly good nat
ured crowd Hint left tho ship shortly
after eight-thirty this morning. The
Nippon Mnru Is leinalnlng nt Honolulu
until three o'clock beforo resuming
tho last leg of tho toyago to San
Francisco. During Iho slny, nearly
four hundred tons general cargo Is
being ilh-chaigcil including tho usual
array of Japancso food products.
Tho United Stales quarantine olll
clats represented nt tills ort now
perform their duties under n ruling
that prohibits them making a medi
cal examination of any foreign ves
sel alter darkness aud under an art!
Had tho oulrors In Iho Japancso
liner used a Utile moro fuel In tho
flrtt part of the toago out from Yo
kohama, they might hato urrlied off
ll quarantine at a considerably earl
ier hour than half pabt six o'clock
l)r Ramus, head of Iho TVileral quar
antine aeivlco wisely lefuscd to nnl.e
ancxamlunllon of p.isbcngera nnd
crow nt that late hour, and In con
sequence, Iho Nippon Maru spent the
night riding at anchor.
Nasty neither wan met wllh dur
ing Iho 111 st six dii.ia after leaving
Yokohama. There was plenty of rain
which compelled passcURcrn lo lcmain
Leaving tho vessel at this isirt aro
Bet en cabin, 0110 second rlasn and li
Asiatic Hleerngo, all being Jnpauer,o
wllh tho exception of four Filipinos.
Tho through list of passengers In
cludcfl !!8 cabin, 13 second class and
41 Asiatic steerage.
Tho Nippon Is carrjliig a fair sized
general cargo Including regulation
shipments of toa, silk and CU1I03.
Blue Funnel Line to Extend Service
Tho nluo Funnel lino la reported to
have plans for oxteuulona of .aortlcn
following Ilia completion of tha Pa
nama Canal, nnd Mr. A. F. Hnlncts,
general freight ngent of Dodwcll &
Co, has been dhipatchod on an ex
tended lour to observe- conditions at
tho ports on tho Atlantic, tho Oulf of
Moxlco, nnd many other plnocu lq
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Famiiy Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Murrirrt's Champagne
( Scblitz Beer
OF NEW LINER
mako a report on the possibilities of
now business Hint will arise as a re
suit of tho construction of tho canal.
Tho Railway & Marino News, of So
"Whllo tho llluo Funnel I.lno bus
inado no definite plans to become of
fectlvo when Hie canal opons, It Is
thought likely Ibis great fleet will
circumnavigate Hie world by means of
threo lines, tlz: One fleet pltlngfrom
(Ireal llrltnln, tin tho Suez to tho
Orient; a socond fleet operating only
between Manila ami Paget Sound, via
China and Japan, ami a direct line
between Hiynpe and tho North Pa
cific via Iho Panama Canal. Mr.
Haines' report Is expected to de-il
tilth tho possibilities of traffic tinder
the pending nmv conditions sb well
us with conditions of current mom
"In tlili connection II Is also known
Rial Itluo Funnel officials have been
Im estimating the possibilities of
Prince Rupert ns a K)rt for largo vet
aels. It H reported that Hie Orand
Tiunk Pacific ban oHned negotiations
for a truffle agreement, hut as far ns
it known nothing definite has been
decided. Those In position to know
bcllovo that when the Grand Trunk
PaclUe finishes lis through railroad.
tho Illue Funnel Is likely to place,
several or us. smaller vessels In com
mission between Prlnco Rupert nnd
Hongkong via ports. It is not thought
that Hie largo steamers now on tho
run from Puget Sound will call nt
Prince Rupert but that from tho lat
ter port n separate licet will bo main
tained," ' m
Dan Cupid Busy on Korea.
Slxlovlng hearts, belonging to an
equal number or young people who
wore passenger In tho Pacific Mail
Bteamei Korea received that rooth
Ing balm that generally follows a few
words Bokoii by a regularly ordained
Mttlo Dan Cupid was the reigning
figure In Hie ship according to a-Btnry
that has jrrt.t been rotated here. It
will bo remembered that tho Korea
inssci through Honolulu wllh an un
usually large number of employees of
Iho Philippines Insular government.
It was simply an epidemic such us 111
the transport Thomas, only the num
ber of couples Insisted iiKn matri
mony, wn'i somowhat smaller. Three
couples, each connected with tho
fltirenu of education Just couldn't
Btsnd it miv longer, nnd Immediately
upon the nrrlval of tho Pnclflc Mnll
boat at Minilla, Purser Illlllo Allen
tins asked to mmh for a minister, who
tied a 111" of matrimonial knots.
A niow to tho "Peddler Barons."
The "Peddler Barons" of the Phllhi.
pine represented by some of tha
eojMiing steamhlp companies doing
business In Hie fnr nway 'islands haiu
been struck n solar ploxus blow in
the icfusal of Iho assembly to impro
priate the annual subsidy to Hietp
transportation companies. Offering p
tervlec lh.it In smno instnnccn was
far from satisfactory certain coasting
steamship lines keenly feol Iho loss
nt tho fat subsidy Hint for years has
been diopped Into tholr waiting coff
ers (Internment Biibsldles to inlor-lsl-nnd
steamers 11 III bo discontinued alt
er July II of this year, and from that
dale Btcamers carrying Insular 11111II1
will not recelvo tho government sub
tentlon which hns boon a Fourco of
Income to them during Iho pnst.llto
The ro.iann for tills step, according
In Secretary Klllolt In tho fnlluro of
Iho Assembly to npproprlnto funds for
the eonllnuunco of tho Biibsldles which
were originally established In 1900 by
net of tho Commission.
Tlint net provided for tho payment
of :!.'!0,(ioo pesos a year lo 13 different
tti'iimoiH to Insure transportation be
tween Manila and Impoitnnt ports of
tho Isljiuls In nddllhm to tho sub
sidies, goverumont officials tvoio dl
icfled to favor as much aa possllilo
tho llnrs subsidized liy bonding gov-
eminent freight on these Bl camera.
ThtiH tho steamers were paid by year
ly contract for carrying tho 'mall and
received nlso a considerable sum for
carrying govetnmeiit freight, whllo
government employcn tvero urged to
iravei on mem
JJomo of tho llrnin affected by the
iiisconiinunnco of 1110 Btitisidy at tlrst
expressed Ihclr Intention to refusn to
carry the tnallj without a subsidy,
despilo tho fact that the postal aiith
orltlcs will na for such transportn
Hon. Hut their atinrncya advised
iigalnsjl a refusal to obey the circular
bIiico It Is based on an old Spanish
law and royal dccieo which ordered
steamers to carry mnll Athcn called
upon In do so In return for tho chart
Ing of Inter-Island waters and tho eg
tabllshmcvii. of lighthouses work
which wns ilono by tho government
All Inler-lilnnd Bleamcrs scheduled
to Bali for Hawaii, Maul nnd Knuitl
ports aio booked to fullest capacity
Tho rush of travel lo Iho other. Isl
ands Is said in ho occasioned by the
return of many school children who
hate closed Ihclr term at Iho several
Institutions of learning. At tho local
office of tho Jntcr-Island, tickets now
told call for mattresses on deck. The
Claudlfio In Ball for Hawaii and Maul
at five o'clock this etcnlng wns sold
out nearly ono week ngo. "A"iout the
snino condition obtains wllh the Like
llko for Molokal and Maul, and Jho
Mauna Kca for Hllo and way ports,
both stcnmcrB booked to depart next
Tho MalKon Navigation steamer
llyadoa, duo to an ho tomorrow with
general cargo from San Francisco
anil Seattle, will bo dispatched for
Port Allen, Knhuliil nnil Hllo on Sun
day evening, -according to tho present
plniiR of Cnstlo & Cook'e, tho genernl
agents for tho steamor. Tho Hyadcs
will leavo considerable freight here.
Including general cargo ns well us
"UP IN THE AIR"
Clarence II Walker, the aviator, left
for Scholteld llarriicks today to see If
tbero Is any possibility that Dldlcr
Mnsson, Ills fellntv-brldman, will bo
nlilo to make lllgbts for tho nrmy oftl
eera tlicre. According to the reports
from Mnsson's flight yesterday, tho
monoplane be used was badly daninged
when It doto from a height of moro
than titty feet nnd piled up on tho
ground. Mat-son himself tins not seri
Walker did not bold nut much liopo
that the monoplane could be repaired
but tbn nvlators it 111 mnko n flight If
It Is possible, for under their contract
they lire to iret $600 for tho Lcllcbua
exhibition nnd they figure, they nro en
titled to this amount If tbn exhibition
In held. Wiilhcr's own biplane Is too
badly damaged for him even to attempt
u flight In It.
Mnssou's other monoplane Is still
hebl for- freight charges, nnd Jack
Scully, tho promoter of tho Knplolanl
exhibition, does not talk much as If
he will get P released. Ho mys bo
Is out too much financially on the af
fair us It Is.
The blrdiurn tveie figuring on taking
he Mnramn to Australia tonight, but
the now development mnkes It unllko
lj' that they will go to Australia. Walk
er said this morning beforo leaving for
Lcllebun that their future course Is un
CLASS DAY AT
Today Is class day at Oalni College,
and exercises begin nt 3; 30 o'clock
this nftoruoon nt tho pergola on tho
college campus. l'x-Prcsldent W. C,
Mcrrllt, now hero on Sunday school
promotion work, will bo tho guest of
honor of the iiliimul association.
V. A. areenwcll, president of tho
association, will prosldo, and reports
will ho heard and officers elected fnr
ncx,t year. An Informal reception
will bo held after the program.
Class Day exercises also Include a
baseball gamo between the school
team and alumni team that Is expect
ed to provnkn Iho usual mirth. Thn
clasa of 1911 will hold Its class night
tonight at Pniiahl hall, with tho usual
program of exorcises, half serious
and half In fun, beginning nt 8
Tomorrow night Iho graduating ex
ercises will bo held. Thoodoro Rich
ards will dollver tho commencement
nddross. Tho graduates aro as fol
lows; Collcgo Preparatory Laura Annls
Athorton, Allco Ronton Ilond, llor
rick Crosby ltrown, Mnrjorlo Kulninn
nu Chapin, ICIIrtn Rachaol Churchill,
Francis Alwnrd Eamos, Cyril Francis
Damon, James Albort Olbb, William
Robort Outlorklrk, Ilelon Miranda
Petoraon, Joseph Athorton Richards,
Until Richards, Doris Ronton Taylor,
William Ixiwthlan Hponcer Williams.
General Catherine Yuen Choy,
Kdlth Chrlstopberson, Mnrjorlo Oil
man, Christopher Holt, Fanny Isa
bella 1 longs, Allco Winona Smith,
Samuel Bo Wong?
Commercial Choy Zano.
Per Jnjt. stmr. Nippon Maru, from
Hongkong nnd Japan ports For Ho
nolulu: 11. Knmurl, Mrs. A. Mori, T.
Tnhatn, Mrs. C, Thompson, Mlsu
Thompson. Through: Miss M. 12
(Irlmth, II. P. Llnncll, Miss (lladys
I.innell, Master II. II. I.innell, Mas
ter P. W. I.innell, Miss II. II, Utile,
I. Jloosn, Mrs. Pint, Mrs. Henry Tay
lor, Miss O. llciitiott, Kl. lllschoff,
Mrs. J, W. Ilothln, Miss II. nothln,
Mrs, O. Douglns, II. Drcnckhahn, Mr
A. A. Forderer, M. A. Kroldmnn, Mr.)
E. Jennings, Y. Kntayama, S. Kusa
kado, R. U Munce, Mrs. II. 1 Munco,
F. Okamnto, H S. Plocgor, Col. K. S.
Richardson, Mrs. F. 8. Richardson
Kilns Salle. 0. L. Stone. Mrs. ('.. 1.
Stono and Infant, Admiral O. Vrup-i
pell, Mrs, A. Trnpiclli Miss A. Trup
pell, Master O. Truppcll, N. Tanl, J.
D. Van Raalcu, Mrs. J. 1), Van llaa
len, Miss 0. Younkcr.
Per Btmr. Mauna Loa Irom Kona
and Kau ports, Juno 23. I". Nnhalo.
J. C. McCrcady, Mrs. Walau, M. I.
Randall. O. C. Howett, Mrs. Mcsleck,
Mrs. Knaua, S. Lnzaro, Rev. J. Kealn,
Rov. Murray, Miss Kaaua, Jao. Morse
Mabel Kalll, Rev. K..8, Tlmoteo, Miss
l.ungold, Sarah Kalnnn, Miss Makc
kau. J, N. Knomoa, II. I Kawcnchl
.1. L. Daniels, Mrs. Vanlcls, W. C
Arhl, W. O. Aehl Jr., Mrs. Achl, Mary
Akana, 8. Kuhla, J. Hnrhnttlo, Irs
Hnrbottio, Mrs. Mary Hon, It. 8. 'Nor
rls, Mrs. U. Slronis, Mlsi (loiivcln
Rov. E. S. ltakor. IL W. Smith, E. A
Simmons, Rov. Judd, Mrs. Judd, Rev.
Turner, J. ,i; Armstrong. K Crawford,
M. Cornncll, Mls-j Cornwcll, J. N. 8.
Williams. J. McVeigh, Win. Mutch,
Frank fllbson, I). Knal, Mrs. Knal,
Rebecca Akuna. Wm. Mnllna, Mrs.
Malina, Mrs. lilslmw, Mrs. Young,
Mrs, Lupiin, Mrs. A. Raker, II. T.
Rroilcrlclc L. A. Qunnson, J. Kealta,
K, Sato and SI deck.
1 PASSENGERS BOOKED.
Per Btmr Klnau for Kauai ports.
June 27. Miss Purvis. Miss Holds-
it orth, J. p. Cimko, Mrs. W. Frcnr,
May Christian1, Miss Helen Schlmmol
fciuilng, Knrlha "TTobron, Mrs. Day,
Miss Carllo Ilcttoncoiirt, Mrs. Mns-
cou, ansa k. iinstie. Miss w Meng
Icr, Miss Allco Chong, Miss M. Ilry
ant. Miss II. Ilryant, Mlsn R. Wclhke,
Miss M. Oiote, t). finite, A. flrote.
Hong Kee, Henry Wcnglcr. If. Ilry
nnt, L. Dausc, J.' Dauso. Wotig Sing
F.co, Ah Kciv, Francis (lay, Mra. aay
Mrs. O. Hansen, Miss Whlttlngton, J.
Schmidt, Mrs. Schmidt, Mlsa I.lxzlo
Uclncrt, Ethol James, Miss H. von
Arnawnldt, Mrs. R. D. llaldwln, Dou
glas Baldwin, Miss Eva Akana, Miss
Dora Slowarl. Mrs. Nordmcyer, Miss
Nordmoyer. Miss Ulackstadt. IC. S.
Aliana, L. Ahann, M. J. Perrclra.
IN FOREIGN PORTS. ""l
Friday, June 23.
SAN DIEtlO Juno 22: Sailed. S. S
Arlzonan, for San Francisco.
YOKOHAMA Juno 23: Arrived. S.
S. Mongolia, honco Juno 12,
SAN FnANCISCO-Jimo 23, 1 n. in :
Arrived, 8. 8. Korea, henco June 17
HONOIPIf Juno 23: Arrived. Schr
Muriel, from San Francisco.
S. S. Mnramn will arrive, at 4 p. nt.
and sail nt midnight.
Changes In Landing Staff.
There has been scleral Important
changes made In tho personnel of tho
landing staff nl Hawaii iortB. With
tho retirement or Tax Ascssor Wll
fong at Hllo, that oftlco was tendoro.l
to Robert T. Forrest, who for ears
has bcon landing agent at Punaluu,
Forrest lias n host of friends who aro
rondy to extend congratulations on
his gooil fortune
Alfred Pntlcn well known ns land
ing superintendent at lloiiuapo has
been transferred lo a moro responsi
ble position nt Punaluu. With the
promotion or Pntlen, Hector Morton,
well known to all who hnvo lo do
with Intor-lsland shipping as the
freight clerk in tho Mauna amx, Ins
been offered tho position of landing.
superintendent ntIIonunpo. Morion
will take oVer hl8nctv duties within
a vory Bhort llmo.
on by Their Eye Brows.
Tho Inter-Island nlcamor Mauna
Uia nrilvcd from Kona nnd Kau ports
of cull thlB morning bringing ono o.
Iho largost lists of rabln nnd deck
passengers In ninny months. The
vcsso wns crowded to the guards.
Maltressen wcro spread on deck for
many who were iinnblo to secure oven
a glimpse of a stateroom,
Tho hold wiis wciriaden with mis
cellaneous enrgo Including cratcB ot
r.hlckcns, turkeys, pigs, 28 barrels
fruit, 34, boxes boans, 89 bunches ba
nanas, 101 boxes fruit, 30 bond cattle,
32 sacks colTeo, 7200 sacks -sugar
and 193 packngOB sundries. Tho ves
sel was favored wit hBtnooth seas on
the homeward trip. PurBor Sholdon
reports the steamor Nllbau aa load
ing nearly seven thousand sacks sug
ar nt Punnluii and Ilonunpo and dun
lo return hero today Tho steamer
Maul was discharging gonoiiil cargo
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet'All -Inter-Island Steamers
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of the children who assembled In an-
rTMpatlon of witnessing tho exercises.
It was nt about 9:.10 Hint Iho main
door of Ilia school wus opened to tho
Mrs. Nina I D. Frnser, the principal,
mid her staff received the guests ns -they
entered tho hall. The nssenibly
room, where the exercises wero con
ducted, was taxed to Its rapacity. The
audience was cosmopolitan, for It con
sisted ot nil tha rncci of tha Occident
The decorations of , tho room, arrang
ed under tli nblo management of Miss
Almeo Mossmnn. though simple, wcro
artistic. Tho pn'rpla and whlto paper
flowers nnd ttislcrhi ttcro handsomely
hung over the platform In net form nnd
presented n picturesque sight.
Stationed on the muul.n side, of tho
nssenibly hall tins tho portrait of the
Into Princess Kiilulanl, and as part of
the proirrain tho school chorus sang
her favorite song, "Alimhuu." Tho
singing was reminiscent of the duys
when tho lato princess received tho
school children In her beautiful gar
dens at Atnnhnli, Wnlklkl. Tho por
trait ttas -decorated with n Hawaiian
The fan drill by the girls, attired III
Japanese kmionos, tins most Interest
ing. The girls went through their per
formance with precision. The Hawai
ian exercises. In which the girls woro
yellow lels nrniind their necks, exhibit
ed the Inland products, such us tho
tnro, bannnn, mango, rlcft and other
fruits. They ttcro so Interesting Hint
tho audience rose to applaud tho chil
dren. As tho different fruits tiero
fhotin, tho children sang songs Indic
ative of thn particular fruit. Tho ex
hibition was splendid, and tho specta
tors enmc nwny greatly satisfied with
tha work of tho teachers.
One of tho most noticeable things
was tho promptness and punctuality of
tho exercises. As soon ns one act was
finished tho next pleco on tho program
was presented, without nny ttastn of
time. The audience at the close of thn
exercises conRnitulnted Principal Frn
ser and the teachera .for their good
Tho exercises In thn Royal School
this morning tvero honored by tbn pres
ence of Alexander Asum nnd J. I.ukcl.i,
former members of the Hoard of Sil
penipors. Acting Superintendent of
rubllc Instruction Gibson arrived Into
In tho morning and did not remain to
tha close of tho ptogrnni. .
Principal J. C. 6ati was personally
In rhargo of thn exercises. The largo
asKcmljly hull of the school, which ex
tends Into tho Etta and Wnlklkl school-
roouiH, was fllled with spectators, most
of whom were the parents of tbn pu
pils. Decorations wero simple, tho
royul lllnin colors predominating.
Tho oxciciscm began promptly at tho
usual hour. Tha Japanese fan drill.
Hie dumb-bell exhibition, tha singing
and recltntlons were most commenda
ble. Each number wns greeted with
prolonged applause. Tho dcllicry of
speeches by those who recited lias n
sample of careful training on tin- part
of tho touchers.
At tho meeting of tha board of su
pervisors of the school, which was held
recently, the beads of departments sub
mitted their reports. Tho sanitary In
spector, tho truancy oltlcer, tho pollco
and pouiidmastrr sent their reports to
the hnnnr. They outlined tho work of
tha year briefly, together with what
had been dona by thn departments.
There were about Mx hundred visitors
nt tha school this morning.
Promptly ut 9 o'clock the pupils of
the KauliiwelR School marched out onto
tbn iiimpus and .began their exercises.
Thn parents nnd friends of tha pupils
worn present and witnesses tha exer
cises, which occupied tho wholo morn
ing. At the signal, given by Principal
Isabella L. Crelghtou, a bright-looking
Chinese boy took tho stand and shouted
at the. top of bis voice that hn was glad
to sen his friends there. Thn pupils
and visitors sat under a largo treo. Thn
singing and reciting tvero good, and
tha teachers had good reason to con-
grntiflatn themselves On tho perform
ances of tho pupils
Ware MnrMou, Seek Sab ago.
Rates & Choscbrougli, tho Hammond
Lumber Company, and tho Fepwlck
Steamship Company filed a, libel in Iho
United States Dtstrlot Court at San
Francisco on May 31 against thn
schooner W. II. Marston for salvage.
Tho libel alleges that tho Marston wns
rh danger of sinking at sea whon res
cuod and towed Into port by tho libel
ants. Tho vnltio of th.o BChoonor la
placed at $30,000, nnd that of tho car
go at $10,000.
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