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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1911.
llniuillnn 1 IitrtI Degree
All visiting merabsrr. of tks
(Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local ledgM
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE F.N6IHEEKP 0th Ano
BENEFICIAL AfSft,5IATI0M ciationi cor.
I HAWAIIAN TRIBE, Ho. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meet every first nod third Thurs
Cajs of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother! cor-
tlslly Invited to attend.
II. FOSTJCIt, Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C. of K.
i HONOLULU AEKIE, HO, f. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WED
. KKSDAY evening of each month at
1:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Btretanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
Olio A DAVIS W. V.
W.M. C. McCoy. Sec.
SI0N0LULU LODIHB, G16, B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu I,odge No. CI 6, II. 1'. O
1ks, meets In their hull, on King
Itrret, near Tort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting llrotbers are cordially
Invited to alteni.
n i it isnNiinrta v.. n.
ci:o t. kmikoicl, see.
mi. HoOTTLEY L0DQE. NO. 8,
Meets evsry 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of I1.
Hull, cor. Tort and Ilorotanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. T. F. KILUC7, O. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. K. S.
THE GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND I
Mikes New, lilch
Stomach and LUcr
Cures the Kidneys.
A. N. Sanford,
t Boston Building Fort Street
uver may at. uo.
PALM BEACH HATS
j. Ex Wilhelmlna
' Mil mm X. DADCfiNC
-u Hotel St., opp. Young Phono 3088
CARLSON CURRIER CO. WASH
C. B. and LA CROIX EMBROIDERY
New Stylish Hats
ti Summer styles in millinery at par
A MISS POWCR
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
EAT AT THE
Everything New 8ervlcs Excellent
V II 111012 was an Incoming pas
senger In the Klnuu estcrdny
J 1' l'OOKI-2 Is booked to mill for
Kauai on llio Klnatt tomoriow
J P COOK12 Is booked for u trip
to Knuul on business tomorrow.
lH.'ltllKHT S11IPMAN will retuvn
to llllo on the Milium Kua tomorrow
MHS. J A. SOUSA of Kuual has
gone to the Coast for a vlslt.wlth rel
tttUes. .MIL AXI MUS. FRANCIS OAY
will Hull for hoinu tomorrow In the
J A DOMIN1S will ay a business
UlL lo llllo, willing tomorrow In the
PHOF. STOKI3S of the lilshop
Museum has been over on Kuual col
let ting old I Ian all mementoes.
II. MtU.NS In taking u vacation on
Kauai He Is stopping with Mr. lljer,
the manager of tb Maktiwcli sture
PIIOF HITCHCOCK Iuih arrived ut
llniuncr, N. 11, where he expects to
hi. mill during the summer and tarry
on his writings.
IIAIIOLtJ MOUHA.N, or Kauai, got
iliiltc a blinking up last week when
Ills motorccle slipped Its chair
while It was going up tall T The nia
ihlne was wrecked.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't forget the date, June 28
the hibiscus show, 11 to 4.
Smoke Hie Owl cigar. The best
llo-cetit cigar on. tho market.
l.lhue plnntutlon has Suncyor Hunt
working on a survey for carrying
refuse water out to sen, an extensive
ditch urn! tunneling system being
The I'nlon-Paclllc Transpcr Co.,
King street, next to the 'Young hotel,
haw experienced packers of house
hold goods. Let them attend to pack
ing and shipping young goods.
ltellgluus exercises were conduct
ed jestordny ut Ouhu prison by Pulia
tion students and teachers. Ilev W
C Morrltl. n former nreflliletii mn.li.
an address during the exercises
The beach at 1 lulel ua Is flee from
coral mid tho sea water la excellent
If you have not already decided where
you will spend your vacation get
rooms there The prleo is not high.
liet your meat where the best Is to
be hail at no greater price than is
charged in the other shops Tor an In
ferior fju.illly caielcssly kept. The
Metropolitan Meat Market Is perfect
In every detail. Phone IMIG.
The Ladles' Aid of the First Meth
odlst church will give a social In the
parlors of the church tomorrow even
ing, mere will bo a musical pro
gram, after which Ico cream und cake
Mill bo served. A rnrdl.-il liivll.,11..,.
Is extended to all.
Word comes from Wnlplo valley,
hero the boy scouts nt n,.. mm
Hounds und Wild Hoar troops aro
encamped, that the youngsters aro en
lojlug themselves hugely tinder the dl-
lecuou or u. Howard Hitchcock and
James A. Wilder. Timv ,m i, i
by tho beginning of next week.
wnen mo luter-lslnnd steamer Ma
una I.0.1 deptrts for Kona and Kau
oorts tomorrow noon that vossel will
bo supplied with 35.000 feet lumber.
300 sacks train IKn u,r., r-iin.....
Itio sucks nitrates and automobiles
besides u quantity of general cargo
mm supplies which has been going
ii'o ino snip today.
District Magistrate Monsarrat had
sixteen cases t try this morning la
police court. Jntin. Kmlil. ii...
Hlgulns niiil Ilnrrv n.li.v ,!.i. .
tiled for assaulting one, Hush, worn
nnieprcsonled by an attorney. Uut
they put up a strong (Mouse, ques
llonlng the complaining witness close
ly. Tho result wns that they got off
T Shlbiio. n JapnuoHo was arrest
ed for fishing In tho harbur. Io
pleaded gnllly mid wns fined fvo dol
lars niiil costs of court. Cheong
I.ung, who was arrested by Chief Mc
Dufllo fur robbery was In court this
morning; hut his trial was postponed
for a day or two, (leorgla Alvarado
one of tho labor agents, who assist
ed Frank 1), Craig, In his attempt t.
recruit tho Island laborers to go to
Alaska to work In tho facilities thoro,
was also arrested Ills trial comes up
EfforlH uro still being vainly mndo
to rectnur tho body of Edward Schlo
her, llio apprentice at tho Honolulu
lion Works who was di owned off
Kuwnlo K'slerday afternoon. A ho.it
from the Myrtle boat club Is ciuls
Ing around off llio Vv'alklkl reef in
tho hope of Hading Ihu body, which
ivas carried out front tho breakers bj
Bhleber nnd Shirley Hush, ton of (1.
Fred lltifh, wero sailing tho V. H
Mfliicrny's bojt Sea Wren from tho
Mjrtle boat bonso nnd woro on their
way back to the harbor, wllh Sehlebcr
ut tho liuliu, when tho bout was slrucl.
bv tho wind und overturned. Tho
boys swam for shoro and ung llushi
lencht'd llio land In safety, hut Schl-
her sank In tho breakers. The boat
was upset nearly a mile off shoro.
Schleher was a btroug swimmer but
piubably hecauio exhausted,
rertonal attention to all orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jat. H. Love)
Columbian Away This Evening.
Having dlscji'irged oer a thousnnd
ton of geuctal cargo at the Hallway
wharf, a portion of this Including somo
heavy machinery for Pearl Harbor,
the American-Hawaiian freighter Co
lumbian Is expected to sail for llllo
la Island ports along about live
o'clock this evening. The Columbian
has been supplied with n fair con
signment of sugar during her stay nt
Honolulu. Tho vessel Is to depart
from llllo for Hullua Cruz taking the.
regulation twelve thousand tons of
sugar cargo, destined for tranship
ment nt the Isthmus of Tehuuntepec
to thu East coast Atlantic jsirts,
Australian Coal for Honolpu.
Australian coal that arrived nt Ho
nolpu sdnio days ago Is being rapldl
discharged from tlio American
schooner Lyman 1). Foster nnd tint
vessel Is expected will be ready to
sail for the Hound within a short
time. The coal laden vessel was pass
ed by llio lntcr-Islnnd steamer Hc
Ivne which has Just arrived nt, Ho
nolulu with 10,700 sacks sugar an 1
fcevenly-llvo head cattle. Tho lntor
Islaud boat met with favorable wea
ther on the homeward trip.
Importations of Alligator Pears.
Alligator peara from Kauai, consid
ered in tho local markets us tho fin
est grown In the Islands, wero In
cluded In shipments of native fruli'i
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Solo Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
AT THE BIJOU
Mrs: A. W. SEABURY has taken over
The Bijou Theater for This Evening
One of the best programs ever presented
FOUR VAUDEVILLE TURNS
Direct from Wlrth Park, Melbourne, en
llotite tu New York Hippodrome
Australia's Greatest Acrobats In a
Distinctly Novel Creation
Introducing to America the Greatest
Bareback Rider in the World
Original Sayings that Touch the
hntiuhlv ni:w act tonkiiit
brought by tho Mcanicr Kliinu now
discharging nt tho port. Tho steam
er arrived with 7000 sacks sugar, IM
sacks rice, lay cases of honey,
calves, crates of chickens, 15 sacks
potatoes, 0 sacks taio, llio packages
Schooner Hawaii With Sugar for the
Tho American schooner Hawaii
which has been loading sugar at .Mil
hukoua completed tailing on eighteen
hundred tons of this pioduct on lust
Thuisday and departed for San Fran
cisco, Tho barkentlno Irmgaril,
which has been awaiting outside the
Hawaii port was shifted to tho berth
vacated by tho Hawaii, and work was
begun In tho discharge of her ship
ment of general cargo.
Scrap Iron for Drown.
C. II. Drown, the scrap Iron man,
will reecho u full load of inotal hv
tho Island schooner Ku Mot, which
Is reported to have left Kaunnknkal
wltb n shipment for thu Honolulu
man. Thu schooner Is In command
of Captain Miller.
Sugar Cleaned Up At Olowalu.
Pursur Illtclier of tho steamer Llke
llko stntos In n report that till sugar
has been cleaned up nt Olowalu plan
tation on Molokul. Tho I.lkeliko wad
a Sunday morning arrival with 22fi
casea holioy, a quantity of empty bar-
KM t ' .. I!S
The Cream of the Visiting
rels, 2 cords wood, 26 bales hides, 14'.)
watermelons, 22 pigs, 14 crates chic
kens, 12 cases eggs, 72 sacks pota
toes, 124 packages sundries, Tho
steamer met with smooth seas und
niodernto northeast winds.
Iwalanl for Hawaii Ports.
Tho stenmer Iwulmil of tho lnter
lslaud licet has heu placed on tho
hurth to snll for Knwulhao mid Mn
hukonn at noon tomoriow. This ve
nd will sail with n large inlscolla-
jieoiiB cargo. Tho Iwalanl will carry
Hall Making Extra Trip.
Tho Intcr-lslaiiil steamer W. (I.
Hall will bo dispatched for her usual
ports of rail on Kauai, at live o'clock
this evening. Tho Hall made a spe
cial tilp to Honolulu bringing tho re
gulation fifty-live thousand .sacks of
Lumber and Fertilizer.
Lumber to the amount of about
20.0U0 feet nnit n ciuanllty of fertiliz
er, at lenat onu hundred tons will hn
taken as part cargo for Maul nnd
Moloknt )irts In tho steamer Llke
lllke sailing at live o'clock tomorrow"
Purser Hheldon of tho stdamor Kl
unit arriving from Knual reports thu
following sugar as awaiting shipment
oir-Kaual: M. A. K. r,3 38C; K. K. H.
2S00, K. P. 10,780; O. & 11. 1300; Melt
37,337; M. S. Co. 8000.
Captain Game) who recently nrrlv-
ed here to tnku Captain Fulls' place as
V S. depot iiuarterinaster, was very
foituiiiite In securing bis future nsl-
deuce III Honolulu. He will inovo Into
the ('rune house on Kewalo strict
shortly lifter assuming the responsibil
ities of his new role about July 3.
Captain Falls will leave for the
.States III the early part of July, nnd
Just what his new detachment may lie
there Is not known as yet.
The Huprcine Court this morning
remit red n 1-c!hIiiii III the cure of Jose
Dim Pnsius ltodrlgues ugiilnst Furttl
nnto Correlrn, Vletorlno do Vuscoiteel
1ns and .Moclrdadu l'ortugiiex.i ileSantu
Antcnlu llcueilclrnte de Hawaii, dls
nitsslng thu uppenl of the plaintiff and
holding that "an order quashing u
siiinmons In tin equity case Is not a
Dual order, and nil appeal therefrom
which has not been allowed by the cir
cuit Judge can not liu maintained."
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
Ryan & Ryan
They Blng Home, Dance Home, nnd
Their Equal Not Discovered! Just
On roller skntes they defy the. law
of gravity; you couldn't get 'em to rail
for J on in waltzing or clogging.
Bijou Orchestra under
Motion Pictures Interspersed with
I'lrst performance ut 7; second nt
8:30. No deluys. .
I PA88ENQER3 ARRIVED
Per stmr. Kliinu, ftoni Kauai porta
W, II. Itlco, V. (lay, J. K. Farley, C.
K, Horrlck, 11. A. Sllva. Mrs, C. II.
Ahl, .Miss A. Aknna, Mrs. K. I,. Wil
cox, Mary Akeo, Alice Harper, Mrs.
Uettcnccitrt, Mlns A. Wong, Miss II,
Wong, Miss T. Ahbuy, Miss A. V. Sll
vn, Isabel Stewart, Miss Sloddart, C.
Carton, T. K. Krost, I). Lellh, A. .3
Present I, H. i;, Uoblnsou, Mrs. Akoua,
(J. C. Smith, T. O'llilett, 8. Spltzer,
Miss Haley, Mlts Huss, Miss Hooplll,
I). U Austin, Mtb. Austin, Mrs. I'nnol,
V. Hiimamoto, II. I,. Simpson, Cliuiu
Koe, Mrs. II. Sotado, II. I. Ogelvlllo,
Mrs. Prltchard. Mri. Iitti, Mrs. Mud
dy, K. Okanloto, J. K. Apolo and K
Pur stmr. I.lkeliko from Maul and
Molokul ports A. Wilder, 1). II. Case,
Joe Cohen, J. Dole, IC. Murphy, A. K.
Ozawti, S. Knl, K. Mosoby, Mrs. J. Kit
lino, I'atlier Maxim, Father Justin,
Austin Jones, Mrs. Conrad. Miss K.
Mahl, J. K. Kanpit, J. K. Knullll, 1,
J. Walleula, (Jeorgo Kcklpl, Y. U.
Hlug. t.ntn Kiim, Mis. IC. R Hi own,
MIsb M. Payne, Mrs. IC. K. Kntna
knim, D. K. Liikda, J. J. Carey, J. K.
Wilglit ami 17 deck.
Per stmr. W. (1. Hall, from Kauai
ports Mrs. K. K Pimf, Judgn I). K
Kupahcc, ICIIcn Knhtwo, Itcv S. K.
Kautlll, Mrs. Knullll.
BOYS HAVE MEET
The athletes ut Kort Shatter turned
out In full force this morning und coin-
pi-ted In many exciting .events. Most
tif tlic-iu wire contested for by thu full
companies, and 'there were some close
races pulled olf.
Que oj thu c tuts that drew the
moat attention was the wheel race, In
which there wuh one entry from each
company. O. 11. J.tiscombu of Com
pany () took llrst place In this ovent,
artci Inning u niixup with thu wheil of
Johnson, Company H.
In the i,i'lay nues all tin, nun from
the different companies took putt und
It made thu event vtry exciting.
In the ttig-uf-witr sciiilllnuls Com
pany (I won ftoni Company K, und II
All tho Held events wtro pulled off
this morning, and the rlllu match will
lie continued tilth afttriiouu. At noon
Company I was lending, with 33
points, Company !' being next, with
Tiig-of-wur (by company) Trial:
Company !' won from Cuiuimiiy l.
Heioml trial: Company 11 won from
Company 11. l'liiuls: 1st, Company (1.
Klguul contest (two luen) Won by
Company 13 (Sergeant Heed, Corporal
Marks). Second, Company U (Ser
geant Nlekles, Private Itoilenliliner).
lleluy nice (liy company) Won by
Company K. Hecoud, Company 11.
Spare wheel (100 yards, onu mull)
Won by K. C l.useomlie, Company O
Pitching tents (ly company) Won
by Company (1 Hecond, Company 1'
Helay racu Won by Company !'
Hecond, Company 11.
'I'll ii ofllclnls of thu meet were ns fol
Judges Captain Y. W. Winters,
Third Cnulr; Lieutenants II. SI. Par
dee unit J A. lingers, Twentieth Infuli
try Starter Lieutenant (1, C. llowen
ON BELT RQAD
Draughtsmen began work this
nmi iilng In tho nlllce of City and
County Kuglneur Cere, consulting en
gineer for the Ouhu licit lttmd Com
mission, on outlined plans for tho
proposed now roads necessary to
cumploto tho Island belt road system
for which was appropriated the stint
of two hundred thousand dollars by
llio lust legislature.
Two additional draughtsmen and
oflico assistants Ituvo been put to
woik on the Job, "
It Is Ihu Intention of tho City and
County engineer to have plans, speci
fications und ull data at hand fnr
pet usul of local, contractors within
lliteo weeks to a month's time,
Tho new roads will all ho built by
contract. The fltst section that Is
now being laid out and planned calls
for llvo miles of now highway mid Is
known us llio Ktihaluit section. Kn
glueor (1cm mid his sthff lmvu about
completed tho necessary field work
on this portion of tho system.
When over) thing "Is ready tendora
will bo Invited from contracting (Inns
for pet forming the woik.
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
A Saving '
100 PER CENT BETTER CIQAR
VALUE FOR YOU.
Wero wu to mnko our cigars
Culm, we'd lmt, to double the
present prices to meet thu duty.
So we hjtve part of our estab
lishment In Cuba and part In
i iiimpa, win re uiiuus i innate
Our experts, on the ground, get
tho pick of thu choicest Havana
These wo iiiclpiw Into rare aro
matic lluvor on native soll.tu our
Then, In Tampa, the dual touch
of Havana perfection Is given In
thu deft handiwork of skilled
Thus wo lose nothing nf the
Iniported's perfection", while we
fnve the Impoit duty.
- And this saving goes Into tho
cigar goes to the SMOKER In
tend of thu government n prln
;lplu to which Is due the superb
tuallty, the tlnrlvaled values of
In 27 Different Shapes One for
Every Taste 3-for."25c
to 25c Each
AT YOUR DEALERS
M. A. Gunst & Co. "The House
of Staples" -
Arrived .f'v ?
Sunday, June 25.
Knual ports Klnau, ntnir., a. in.
Hawaii Kirls Helenc, stmr., a. in.
nuiini jiorin . ti. I lull, Hllnr., II.
Kuual ports Noeau, stmr., n. m.
Rlinrtav. .Inn OR
I San rrnnclsoo via Port Allen, Ku-
auapaii, inio iiyaues, .ti. M. H. H,
PASSENGERS BOOKED I
Per stmr. Mauna Kua fur llllo and
way poits, Juno 27. Miss 13, Ting,
Miss A. Ting, Mrs. J. S. Slmoiiliin.
(leo. Itoss. Mrs. ltoss. Miss ,C. P.
Dodge, Miss O. lliicliunnn, W. Coney,
lletburt Shlpmau, II. W. Mist, Mrs.
I.. A. Thurston, it. k. Chllllngworth,
II. M. Sumner, Chas. l.ttcas, .1. A.
Domlnls, Miss August, Mlas Morgan,
Miss J. Campbell, Mrs? K.KInmp, MUs
Klanip, Miss (lerrard, Mrs. C. I Ken,
Miss 1). M Coleman, M. I'orrest, MIs
lltllh Kenton, Mrs. 1). 1). lloud. Miss
V. Steltihart, Judge A W. Carter. It.
(I. Wlrth, Lylfe Holmes, W. Dassell,
W. L. S. Williams, J. Walt. l.
I.onegteii, Miss N'elllo Cnmhrn, Miss
C. Camilla, Miss linker, Miss Wowett.
Miss Kiledenhcrg. Miss Frlol.trd, Mlsi
Wllllamsoii, Mlsg Folsuin, Miss Mmy
do Hurnc, Miss Ciosliy Miss llaln
brldge, Mis. It. Scott, Ting Wong. I.
F. S.llva, Mabel Taylor, Lucy lllch
tidson, S. Austin, II. Askew, J. Jlc
Kcuzle, Miss McConlstou
may be joke
A tin hn Is resting nt tho heiul
ipiaitcrs of thu Hoard of Health con
taining tho human bones that wero
found In It on "Clean-up Day" by the
workers In District 7, ptesldcd over
by Senator Jiidd.
It will tuko threo or four duys to,
clear up tho results of Saturday's city
cleaning. activity accuidlug to a sur
vey of tho town mado yesterday by
llio health aiithoiltlcs. It Is llguied
that UTiO plies of rubbish have yet lo
Temperatures 0 u. m,, 73; 8 a. m.,
75; 10 u. m., 78; noon, 75; morning
llarometer, 8 a. in., 30.08; absolute
humidity ,8 u. in., C.U23 grains per
cubla font; relative humidity, 8 :i. in ,
7-1 per cent; duw point, 8 it. m., UC
Wind 0 it. m velocity 0, direction
N, IC; 8 it, in,, velocity Hi, direction
N. 1-3.; 10 ii. in., velocity II, dliectlon
N. IC; noon, velocity II!, dlrecllou 10.
Ilalnfall during 2i hours ended 8
u. in., .07 Inch.
WILL DISCUSS ' FRUIT FLY
At llil oo o'clock Inmorrnw afler
iKKiu tho noard of Agrlrulturo an I
Forestry will lake up the subject of
n campaign against llio Muillturriiueaii
fruit lly, ut a meeting to ho held at
tho olllces of the hoard op King
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