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.JSE..-. - -, 2 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H-, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1911. .. ,
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Hnivitllitu 'I lilnl Degree.
lliiiiiinn) l.otlsc Vi, I, (I.
I.'. S. --Spct1.il.
All Tltlttng mcmtiern ol tke
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodgM
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
(URINE ENGilltEnS' o h u aho.
BENEFICIAL ASSIATIOK. cution. cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1,1. 0. H. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
. fays ot each month at Knlghta of
fythlai Hall. Visiting brother! cor
JUlljr Invited to attend.
II. FOSTF.lt, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. ot H.
10N0LU1U AERIE, 140, . 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NKSDAY evening of each month at
1:30 o'clock In It. or 1. Hill, corner
Beretnnla and Fort ot recta.
Visiting Eagles r.r Invited to at
tend. nm A DAV1H W. 1.
VM C. MeCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODUE, BIO, B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodge No. 618, D. P. 0,
.tlk, meets In their hull, on King
treet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Drothors are cordially
nvlted to attcn'..
i) r. it i8i:Nnt:i;o. n n.
ouo. t Ki.i'i;iu:u sec.
TvT. McKTNLEY LODOE, 110. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of I.
Hall, cor. Fort nud Ilcrotanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. F. Kll.nUY, 0. 0.
E. A. JA.COUSON. K. It. S.
THE GREAT BtNJAMIN COMPOUND
Curos tbo Kldncs.
t"!lL 111 u I fy,.lV,KS
iSUy in 4c 0Ot lh face
nro not Hhur ona, even though
they are iliujer-plcep niountltiRii
' Tbo superior nipohnuleul eon
otritctlon of the Hliur-ou means
comfort, durability and elllci-
Do Sure You Get Sliur-on
A. N. Sanford,
maSi ur-oriZXSx M
P' rjotton Building. - Fort Street
v.j. Ur May a. Co. ,
Ladies' Panama Hats
MILTON & PARSONS
" Hotel St., opp, Youna Phono 3088
CARLSON CURRIER CO. WASH
C. B. and LA CROIX' EMBROIDERY
New Stylish Hats
Summer etylos in millinery at par
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
EAT AT TIE
Everything New Service Excellent
NEW FLY PEST
Kalians Found One That
Works Well In Lab
oratory. Italian tclentlsts halo found a para
site fur the Mediterranean fruit fly,
according to a MHtcmeiit nude .pster
dny nftrrnoon by Ibitomologlst Khr
lioru nt Die iticolliifr of llio Hoard of
AgiUulture mid Forestry. This parn-i-ltc
bus worked successfully In labora-
lnr experiments, but Its work Inconi
lijtlug Hip pest does not niiiomtt tn
much lit nctii.il practise. Wb.it may
hp pMipetPd from this pnraslto In tbo
rutiiro Is prohhinatlcnl, but tliprc Is .1
iiillillltv tha.1 It might bo moro cf
llili'iit In tlnwnll than In Italy.
Lhrhorn stated ns hli theory that the
M',lltprrnlip.ui II) was brought In the
Tcriltni-i on the Australian strainers.
Mating Hint Hip maggots had Iiopii seen
on Ibp decks of tbo stcnuur. lln rc-
miirkul tn.it Hip eggs could bo laid In
tlir nn, ks of Hie steamers' dcckH uud
tli it tin- IK ioiiIiI b.itcli mid bind In
llnmill nt It. i pleasure.
A luimhcr of sample of fruit that
h.ip been nttiukcd by the lly wcro
'hiiwn to tbo ciitiimlsstoiicrH mid others
pics, nt sir Hnsklns, Anncr ot iin or-
, hard In tbo Knlllil district, bringing
Urk. cherries nnd Chinese oranges, nil
of which had been attacked by tbo
maggot, of tbo Mediterranean fly.
experiments In connection with
lirppilliiK tbo lly III llio fruit found to
It Infested by the mnggotn nro now
In progress, and much of vnltlo Is ex
ppctul to bo learned In eounci tlon with
the life nnd bablls of Hawaii's now
TIipip Is every expectation that oth
er fruits in addition to pineapples and
liniinnjs will bo exempted from llin
California iiuarnnlluo regulations, no-,
muling to ii letter leceived from thn
I'lllfuriiln iiulborltlcs. A cnreful study
of Hip pest will bo (lrsl nude, nnd
ulii'ti It Is dplinllely dpclded as tn tbo
fruits exempt, n modification of the!
existing rpRiilallou may be looked for
Tlie energies of tbo board will niso
lie turned In tbe direction of saving llio
other Island from n visitation i,y tbo
lly, n strict Inter-Island quarantine bo
Iiik now In force.
Consideration of tbc ways and menus
for combating Hie work of tbo fly Is
to be undertaken by nn lionorary d
linr committcp lonsltlnK of Terrl
loilal lbitomoloKlst llbrhorn. Dr. Wil
cox, lipai) of tbo Federal experiment
station: Otto II. Kwexey, ejitomnloKlst
of Iho llnwailati Kugar Planters' Kx.'
pprlmenl Ktatlnu: Mr Kershaw, also of
(lie planters' experiment station; Jas,
Dole nnd V M. riiffalil, mill Albert
WaterhuiiFP of the entomoloRlcnl coin-1
mlttep'of Iho Hoard of AKrleulliiro and
Forestry -,,.,, -,
I A DOMINIS Icrt on tho Jliiuna
hen for llllo jpstenlay
.1 (J tiALLOWAV, or OriIcii, I'tah.
lias rolurned to llio mainland aller
speuillui; n vacation In (ho hlnud.
II M HITMNMt, the heavy bailor
of the flaliu U'.igui', left on n vaca
tion trip In llllo yesterday, taking tho
W I) McCIIAC'KAN, llio Christian
scientist lecturer, lert on tho Tcnyo
Maru Tor Iho Oilent estcrday, con.
tinning lila tour of tho world.
FI.MKK AND IJIIITII AUNUST1
sailed for their homo on Hawaii by
Iho Manna Loa yesterday noon Thoy
will return to echool in September.
MIK8 MARTHA HOIIRON- was n
departing iassenger on tho Klnan
labfcionlitR for Kauai, whero she
will spend u few weekn' vacation nt
A S. J DIINNIN0 will nhorlly
leae for llrldgciiort, Conn., whero ho
Intends In reside lln linn for i.mnc
time been a station :ti;out on I tin
TcinpcratiireB fi a in, 74; 8 a in.,
TG, 10 a m , 79; noon, 78; morning
Ilainmcter, 8 a in., .10 03; ahsnlulo
humidity, 8 n' in., CCK2 Rralim per
cubic foot; relalUo humldlly, 8 n; in.,
B9 per cent; (low point 8 n. m., Cli.
Wind 0 u. in., velocity 10, direction
N. Ill 8 a. in., velocity IB, direction
K ; 10 n. in., voloclty 10, direction N.
13 ; noon, velocity 7, dlroctlnn 13.
I'miii Auslrla-lliingary, llio Orient,
(iermuny, Italy, flreat Hi Halo und oili
er parts of the world plateful nc
ktiowb'dReineiits h,in cimin to llur
liauk. as one aflir ii'iother of ids fruits
and llowi'iH has been trliNI und found
not nuullug ,
New York woman sulTraglsts will put
tin- llmt vessel nf tlieir navy In com
mission tills summer on tho Frio en mil
If plnns outlined by thn Woman's I'n
Mil, 1,1 Colon are carried mil From
ii. iletks tbo sunriiKlsts will lulk in
2185 iillliirl.il rooms 2250
liuslness in'llce. Tliese nro Hie tele
phono tiiimliers of the II u Met In.
Personal attention to all orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Ji. H. Love)
Tcnyo'a Dcparturo Urev Out Big
Tht' dcnarluro of Iho LMinulnr Jan-
nnopo liner Tcnyo Mnru for Iho Orl
ont nt lio o'clock Inst cipiiIiik, luk
Iiir two hundred Asiatic imssciiKors
In Iho stccrnRC, rosutlcd In n hit go
crowd of Orientals RalherliiR at Ala
ken wharf. About a dozen cabin pas
sengers also embarked nt this point
A Binnll delegation or mends or c
l.npv flnnitrtfli- tbo liowlv oonimls-
Bloned "atigol of publicity." who roos
to Janan thrro lo icnrescnt Iho West
ern Pacific Railway us n General Pim
soiiRcr Agent, were on hand lo hid
hint nil kinds nf lion iiiv:ii;o unit lmnd
luck III his new calling for which ho
Is so well fitted. Goodrich can safe
ly count his friends IhroiiRlionf tho
Unat na legion, ns ho has been n rc
Riilur lsilor tn .liipan and Clilmi
ports for n dozen joars or tnoro ns n
purser In net oral well known liners.
Ho will Inko tip licadnuarlorH at Yo
kohama and It Is n safe bet lb.it Yo
kohama will now Inko up a promin
ent position on the map.
Will Build New Ship.
Unablo lo copo with tbclr rapidly
Increasing business with their prcs
ont equipment Olson & Mnhoiicy of
San Francisco will within Iho nct
fow weeks place nir order for n now
btccl steamer, which will bo placed
mi tho run between 8nn Francisco
and Portland. Illds have been receiv
ed both (roin Kastcrn and local ahlp
biilldeis. t'onlraiy to tho Rcncrnl licllef,
tlioro Is mi llltlo dllferenco between
Iho bids of tho Kant and thn Wel.t
Unit It Is probablo that Iho outer will
bo placed around the h.iy. Tills will
menu a big saving of II mo, which Is
Important, as Iho company Is losing
some business- thai could bo .handled
wllli greater ship ciparlty.
- The new vessel will bo 225 feet
lung. 40 feet beam nnd 17, feet diatt.
Sho Kill hnio passenger ncconinioda
lloim foiv sixty persons and n cirgo
capaclly for over l.nnn.nna feet of
liuuhor and 1 ISOO Inii3 ofrf ycimrul
frclgh't. Hlip will ho piiilpped with
triple nxKiusion tnglncs - und two
Scotch boilers. The tlmo for (on
slrucllon will bo 'ten months and Iho
(coh.I will hi) al)iL f 20(1.000.
New Life Into An Old Company.
lly tho. introduction, of now llfo Into
in old Btvainthip cnmpaiiyc llonnliilu
may bliaro In an Ineicaspd us well ns
liuproied kleaniHliip servlco tn opil
from tho niaiiiland. .1 II. Wolsford,
eiiRagliiR director of .1. II. Wolsford
& Co, Ltd. Liverpool .was visiting
Victoria, uud announced that his com
pany has purchased an luleiest In llio
Union steamship Company of llrlllsh
Columbia, and that his mission Is In
iirrnngo plans for Iho extension of tho
compunj'B Plllcleney nnd In Investi
gate shipping conditions n Iho I'acl
lie coabL Mr Wolsford stales that
ho will add several new vessels lo tho
Union Stcamsfilp Compmy's fleet,
that tho company's ofllces nro lo bo
ichiillt and enlarged, and Hint Iheie
will bo an lmnicdlaloixtensloii ot
wharves at Victoria. Tho nowom
er In Iho Rrltlsh Columbia trauppor
tutlou Held Is n- big llguro III Iho oil
country. Ills company owns Iho Gulf
Transport line, which operates be
tween Galieston, Te, and Liverpool
Wclsford, Limited, also owns the
steamers of the Norton llmv between
New York and South Ainerlenu polls
Tho present fleet of Iho Union Rtcnni'
villi Company consists of bovoh ves
sels Mr. Wolsford was tn remain In
llrltisli Columbia for sovcrnl dsys
and iikiii his return to Knglnnd will
placo orders fur t lie construction of
four or Ave new vestols for the com
pany In which ho hns becoiuo nctlvo.
8ome Patscnflcr Trallic.
Speed Uie day when tho uteainshlp
passenger tralTlc between San Fran-
clsro nnd Hmiolulii will equal that
now pniBliiR between Urn Gulden Gato
and l.8 Angeles. Slowly but sine-
ly Iho lino now pasceuger liners Yule
nnd'Hnrviud nro leaping a llch ic-
wnrd .throiigli Increased business of
fered n fast sorvlco between tho two
California poits. It Is claimed that
tho two vcs8nls aio at present car
rying about 'two thousand pisseiigcis
onch week. Tho trip Is inado In bov
cnteeii In clghlven bniirs,
W. C. Pcacock& Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Solo Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Jt'iv, i-id-Wti. aW!ll
O. S. K. Enter Lists With Better
there have, been rumois connecting
tho visit of A. J. I'.nillng, president
nf the Chicago, Milwaukee and St
Paul milioad, with pinposeil Improve
ments of tliat rnnip.in.v for handling
commerce at Tncoma, Mr. Knrllug
Ikih conllrmed llicso teporls. "Wo
nre going nhead with tho Improvo
iiipiiIs planned for our ocean wan-
houses. That work will bu nlnrted
utiil complctoil within six months. I'or
some time the grnwlli of llio tr.-tnn.
parlllc liuslness has shown us that
nunc room Is needed lo properly Inn
dlo tho truffle offered. This belief
was stiongthcniM when we visited
Iho waiehnusqs,i It Is p-irL of our
plan to Institute a' fast Oriental pa-
f-enger service. That will mean tho
construction yf fast passenger boats
oy uie wsokii nuiMcn iviusiia. i ne
oleaincrs now on tho run aio not de
signed specially for tint purpose.
There is to bo a -great increase in
Iraiispncinejiiislnesii nnd Iho Milwau
kee, wauls io bo In u position In han
dle Its rhnre. Tho business so fu
received merits Iho fallb wo bold Tor
Iho future. I do nn beliovc Iho Pa
nama canal will seriously nffccl this
business. Tho Panama canal will ho
of groat benefit to Iho Pugct Sound
Transport Logan Again In Service,
The tinusport Logan which had
been lenipnrnrll'y been laid up pend
ing icpaiis was prcssiM lulu service
In iniivejliig olllccis, tioops nud slip
piles from San Francisco lo Soiillicrn
California roast o1nts On one tilp
of the transport over two thousand
men were carried1 to Sau Diego. Tho
entlro Thirtieth Infantry was aboard.
This Is the first tlmo the transpoits
have been use'd In eairy boMIcb from
cnaslwlto pons. The exporlinent was
lepnrted as Biiccessful. Tho Igun
lert San Diego nn Hie Kith of Julio
and pioccedeil Immediately' lo Monli
icy llcio nearly l.nnn nnirers and
piiIIsIpiI men nf the Flghlh lufniilty
wpio lainlod. loiiether with their bag
gage. The pttyige was repoiled as
ono devoid of alt Incident.
Tho iiiirterniahler'B dep.irllnent
feels exultant over Iho result of the
Logan's trip. II Is behoved that It has
been demonsttnlPil Unit In caso of
necessity largo numbers nf troops can
he parried lo different points uloug
Iho roast successfully, wllli lit t lo loss
of time. In rnso of Interruption of the
railroad ten Ice.
Honolpti Now at Hnna,
Purser Klbllng of Iho sleamer
Claudlnc brings' repntt thai Iho
schooner Iliutuipii was dii-cliaigliig
cargo at liana at tho tlmo the Intpr
IpIiiiiiI vpsrel p-issod Ihoro. The
Claiidliio was an rally iirilvnl this
morning, bringing among other lines
of pnrgo, 20 cords wood, a quantity
of empties. r,r, sacks jintutnes, If,
crates chickens, 232 wntermelotiu, 'is
bogs and 100 packages sundries. Fine
weather was met on thn outward and
liiwaul p-israge Tho schooner Kido-
rndn was dhicliaiglng ftclght nt llllo
while tho Mntson Navlgnllon sloainer
I'yaden was pasfed at Kahulul. Tho
schooner Fthcl Zano Is reported to
have sailed finni llllo on last Sunday,
her declination being tho coast.
Supplies and Soil for Midway.
Midway Island, the lonely llltlo
tnnil pit In the iuld-Pacliln nnd the
homo of n small colony of cable opor-
nlnrB and employees is the destliia
ilim of llio schooner Flaurenro Ward
thul las at llishop wharf taking on
supplies and expected lo get nway
Tho Klaiirence Ward will bear
lot of good things that will servo to
bring cheer to tho Isolated Hit let col
ony. Tho vessel on ,nin3t of her le
gular trips In llio Island cirrlou u
quantity of coll which has nerved to
conveit llio iiiindy wnstn llllo a Bort
uf o:vJn. It has been some nioiithu
i.inco tho seliooiipr niado a visit to
tho cablo btatlnn,
Hawaiian Sugar at the Lithmus.
Twelve llimihnnd Ions Hawallnu
sugar has nt lived nt Iho Isthmus ot
Tfhiiimtopec by tho Ainorlcan-Ha
vvnllau freighter Mexican nccordlugto
a cablo lorelvcil horo. This vessel
sailed from llllo, tho last Mrt of call
on Juno I2ih.
Submarines Sail on Long Under.
NHWI'OHT (It. I), .tunc IB. Hound
for nn undor-wntcr voyage of about
160 miles lo Gloucester, Mass., llio
submarines Ginvllug (flagship), Hon
lln, Narwhal, Salmon, Snnppcr, Stin
gray niul TnrKin, belonging to tho
Ihlnl siihmarlno division of tho At
hlntle Heel, lett Newport today under
command of Uoulcnant Donald 0
Hrighnm. Furlug tho lilp, which is
expected In ronsunio Ihrpo days, t Jjo
suomariiics will ennio lo Iho surface
In Iho day tlmo only In recharge, their
batteries. They will put Into somo
harbor vraoh light, whero they will
rlso fiom .llio deplhs.
First of tho nieamers In the new
service of tho Harrison lino between
Hiirnppan ports ami Iho-Norlh Parlllc!
lo nrilvc on tho Const Is the llrlllsh
strainer Centurion, which Is exported
In hero In a couple of ila'H- Tho ves
sel was ul San Pedro disrliurglng a
part cargo. Sho linn about 2000 Inns
of griiernl Kuropean merchandise for
San Frnnclspn nnd part pargoes for
Vlrlnrla ami Vancouver. On her but-
want ttlp homo the steamer will flu
Ish loading nt Sau Frnnclspn nud has
already been hooked full with freight
hv shippers who mo eulhiislnsllc over
the now service, which glyps a sail
lug every, Iwenly-elgbl daya fmm
Antwerp for thn Parlllc Coast. Tho
Cenliirlnn, like Iho oilier steamers (
Hie big Harrison line, Is Ihoroughl)
modern nnd Is said to bo ono of Iho
finest rarrlcrs afloat Sho was built
llirce jenrs ago and Is 399 feet long,
wllli n registered tonnage of 'Gllli
Concessions Soon End Ship Strike,
LONDON. Juno IT. Tho Important
development In. the general shipping
Btrlko today was llio pnnersslon nf
nn advance or !2.r;n a month In wage
lo all cinplojcs Involved by tho
While Star Company nnd tho Cana
dian Pacific Hnllro.ul, an example
which was followed Inter by IliOxllolt
an,l another lino In Liverpool. Tho
outlook Is Hint tho slrlko will romo
in n speedy end. At several of th-
large ports no Inconvenience, be
cause of Iho slriko hns yet lirPU
caused, and nowheio has there' been
any leal accession lo Iho oti Ike
Hall Made Flying Trip.
Tho Kauai liner W. G. Hall was an
arrival at Iho port Ibis morning with
B50O "sacks sugar, ii quantity of empty
kegs ami barralu and 17 packages
simdrlen. The vessel brought a num
ber of rahln mid derk passcngprs.
Strong trnden with rough boas weie
met with on tho homeward voyage.,
I. IN FOREIGN PORTS. I
Wednesday? June 28.
SAN FRANCISCO Juno 2S. 1 p. in :
Sailed, S. S. Persia fur Honolulu.
HAN FRANCISCO Juno 28: Arrived,
Ilk. Andrew Welch, benco Juno 2.
TACOMA Juno 2fi: Sailed, Sc. Holi
er! I.eweiH for Honolulu.
HILO June 21: Sailed, Sthr. Ethel
Zanp, for Port Townsctid.
HONOII'IT Juno 24- Sailed, Srhr
l.yiiinu D, Foster, for Port Town
send. Dick Ferris, who flushed Into the
llini'llght of Iho world ns Iho self de
clared president of lower California
was In all probability, tho shorlec.
lerm president Iho world has over
seen or heard of. Ho served in that
capacity for ono day and wan then
arrested through an Indictment by
Iho UnltPd States Grand Jury nt Los
Angeles nnd Iho watrnnt was served
by United Stntes -Marshal Hairy
I' en Is waB ariPstcd In connection
wllli the arrest nf a number of mom
bora of Iho Mexican Liberal paily'i,
Junta Unit had been established nt
1is Angeles for tho alleged pin-pose
or promoting Iho rebellion In lowc
Ferris hold (ho distinction of being
general manager of Iho gtoiiiid-hioak-
Ing celebration of the ranama-Call
rornla Imposition, which Is tn Inko
placo In Han Diego July Ifllh In 22ml,
hut upon bis mrest ho resigned frori
tho honor, In devote his llmo In fix
lug up his case for tilnl.
Ilo viib arrested on a chat go of
couspliaey In biro and i plain persons
In Iho Hulled Stales lo eulor sorvlco
of foreign pooplo ns soldiers.
Wlion Informed Unit Dick Ferris
had been nrrestcd In San Dlogo In
connection wllli his brief incumbency
ns '.'President of Iho republic of lower
California." Frank Stewart, assistant
United States dlslilrt attorney, at
ls Angeles, snld that Iho primmer
could glvo ball boforo a Federal Com
inlssimicr In San Diego, and Hi us
nvold being brought to U Augclej
In tho custody of doputy Unite! stales
Ferris, howovcr, Is taking things ns
they pome, and will glvo no troublo
about his appearance In court. Con
vlcllon of tho crlnio wllli which ho
Is chin ged means a long torin In prls
on. i '
Dlank bonks of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Hulloiin
Will Sail From
It 11. M K Clinllengpr tailed Into
the harbor this morning nt 11 o'clock
In charge of Captain Guy, It. A. Gniiut
mid Commander George I). JeVhson
After the usual rorumllty of gnu di
luting tbo Challenger was taken to the
quarantine dock, whero she will be ills
Infected thorough!' on account nt hav
ing bad mtaslcM aboard, before doik
ing nloiigsldo her sister ship, the Kent,
ut tbo n.lvnl wharf.
Hlio had u vrry successful und'iin
eventful trip from Acapnias, having
left that port on Juno IB.
Leaving here on Jul) Ii, Hip Challen
ger sails for the Hoillli Sens nnd Avis.
Ira I la.
Lieutenant I -co Kiibnt, under special
ilelnll ns aldo for Admiral Cowles.
hoarded Hie Challenger soon after ar
rival, going through the usual formnll
ties nf greetings lilnl salutation.
This nftmioiMi the admiral himself
boarded the vessel, extending Warm
Imnpttnllty tn the llrlllsh cruiser.
Hrbjailler-Generai 'dninmh, ucenm-
IMlilid by Lieutenant AluliewH, visited
tho Kent, returning in slatp thn visit
made In tho U. S. army heudnirirlrrs
by Captain Fitriihr of the Jlrltlsli
The Jolly Isrs nff the twn cruisers
will ! given tlie time nf their lives
by the naval mithorltles in this city
Nothing will Im overlooked Hint will
tend tn mako Hit Ir visit most enjoy
nble, sn that when they reach biinin
they can tell of the great open-nriueil
hospitality of Honolulu, having always
i warm spot In their biurt for this
At the Mnniiii IJolcl next Kurnrday
nlglil ii ball will bo given In honor of
the rrulsrrs' olllecrs, nnd on Hint even
ing tlie Americans nnd Itrltlihcrs wilt
be ns nue.
riio .Seamen's Institute is making
every possible effort to have the stay
nf tlie KiirIIxIi tars more than pleas
mit Tills evening will fTp Social Kve
at Hip Institute All the tnohsomp re
freshment available will be sprend
most temptingly beforo tbo Jolly ones.
Friday iiIrIiI seamen nttendltig tho
Institute will bo given n great treat In
llm way nf a concert given by tbo ac
complished tnleut nboard llio Kent,
Sunday. July 1, 2no men will Hltctid
St. Andrew's cathedral in a body.
On July 4 n big picnic Is being ar
ranged for, in which tho boys will
have n elinnre tn provo their skill, nt
vmlous sports (onimnii In both nut lolls.
Harry Turner, nctliig siiperlnlendeiil
of tho Seamen's Institute, niinoiincps
tliat from I p. in. tn 10 p. m nil kinds
of refresh nu ills, goSl things and games
will bo given each day to nil visiting
seamen, nnd bo most cordially throws
open Hie doors to nil, so get busy,
hoys, nnd get In on It.
Saturday morning the cricket lennis
frnm both vphspIb will hook up nnd
mix things prptty- rust for tho Inter
Labor aim is
t)N TRIAL TODAY
Twenty-two Filipino wltni'spes mid
n Ijrgo number of BirnclatorB ciowd-
ed tho courtroom In police court this
morning, in anticipation of hearing
tho testimony in tho trial of Gregorlo
Alvarado, who Is charged with re
crullliig Fiflphfos to loavo Iho Teirl
lory nnd ro lo Iho Slates.
Judge Monsarrat was u busy man.
Some of Iho cases which weio icmly
for dial had to ho positioned In the
early part of tho session. In order to
glvo room for the trial of labor agent
Alvarado. Tho defendant, nattily
ill eased, was repiescnted by nltornoy
l,con M. Straus, vvhlfo M, F Piosser
appeared us u special counsel for the
piosectillou. Afler entering iiiln Iho
merits of Ihu caso nud finding Hint i
promlsoil to he along one, Judge Mini
earrnt miHpcnilcil the trial leniimrni-
lly In order Hint oilier cases of less
Importance, might Im illspusisl of. At
1-au o'clock tills afternoon, Judge
Mousnrinl conllniied Iho hciiilng of
Tho Itopiibllctin Territorial Hxoeu
tlvo Coiiimltlco met at noon today but
Clilnrinnn ' Cooper stated after Iho
meeting that nothing In tho wny ol
novvs had dovcloped.
The Now York branch of tho Lou
dou dtcssmaklng establishment uf
l-ndy Duff Gordon was I aided by cnn
Ipius olllclals, who cliurgo under val
uation of lniKirts,
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet1 All Inter-Island Steamers
A Tonic and Stimulant
Mndo entirely of mulled graln-a
pleasant stimulant that should 'ho
In every home softened, by age, Its
pnlalablllty and freedom from Injur
ious substances llko fusel oil render
II superior to any rso or sour mash
whiskies. Widely and fnvornbly
1nown forBoyenls. Sold cverjwhero
The Huffy .Wall WIiM.pt To,
, Itnchrsfrr, . S.A.
Wednccday, Juno 28.
Ilnwnll via Maul purls Claudius
slinr., u. m.
Knual iorts W. G. Hall., .utmr.,
lTTiierlaw .Iiima 97 '
Japan poitn ami Hongkong Tenvo
Mnru, Jap. slmr., B p. ni. ,,
Knual (Cruise) Kukul, U. S?S., 4
Moloknl, Maul mid Luual pottn
Llkellko, Blmr., B p.' in. ', .
Knual ports Nooau, stmr., B.'p. in
Kiitinl ports Klunii, ttmr., s"y. ni.
' Per htmr. Clnudlne, from Hawaii
mid Maul purls, Juno 2S Chas. II.
Well. 11. Goiinan, C. II. Swain. H. K.
Kelni, Miss Fisher, Mis. Hyiue, Miss
Allien, Miss II. II. ltrodiicr, S. Ika
kura, W. F. Cole, A. Avon, Mrs. L. C
Train. S. Kato, W. A. Yules, J. A.
Mcdclms, M. Vj. Sllva, W. Pfoteli
hnucr. Miss J. Jones, J. P. Foster, F.
N. Ilisith, Mrs. C. Havselden, T. II
Lyons, .llio. Vorcs, W. J. Coelho, Miss
F. Medelios, Mrs, C. S. Austin, II.
Chuck, A. tlnrlcnberg, II. M. Hop
burn, ,11. M. Hepburn, Miss M. Mc
Inlyio, C. .1. Bchoenlug, Mis. 1). Ko-
luhii. I. Palea nnd II deck.
Per stnir. ,W. G. Hall, fiom Kuinl
I oils, Juno 2S. ltlchmd Oliver, II
i:.1 H6m1ilcks, Mrs. I. liwcll, Mis.
C. Hudgc. V. Aklnn, Itev. J. Aklna, '
Mrs. Mlur.'i, Mis. II. Knpu", Mis. .la.'.
II. .Mis. Kiioka, II. Hriins. Chick
Chung, A. V. Pel 1MB. M. Oakl, M
Pchleber, I). II. Case, F. II. Mers
MIbs C. Stewart, Win. Werner, G. N.
I PASSENGER8 BOOKED.
Per slmr. Muuna Ken for llllo li
way isirts, July I. Hov. B. O. do Sil
vn, C. Sllva, .1. IC. Akau, M. Gains, C.
Ileilemnii, .1. F. Ilrown, Miss C. Kln
pnld, MIbs A. Plllio, Mrs. J. P. Ilcnlo.
Miss A. Schowler, .Miss .1. Chnrled
worlh, Miss IC. KiiiiinorhiHU, Mi-s.
Coiton, Mrs. Omghcity, Mrs. II. Hen
lou, Miss Custerllne, A. W. Caller,
F. O, Nelson, Mis. Nelsun, C. I Pil
lon. J. II. Hind, Mrs. Akntia, Mis.
Desha, Mrs, Kekniia, J. M. I,eo, Mis
Lee, Mrs, Chapman, Miss Sllvu, Mrs.
O. Rose, Miss A, K. Rose, Mrs, Sllva,
Allro Wong, Mrs. M. M. Souza, Mts
K P. Low, W. n. Collliorp, Miss A.
Wlnlrr, C. Itenlnlghnus, -J. Ahreus
K. V llnlelle. Miss A. l)denberg. I)
II Caso Mrs. Case, Mrs. A. M. No
well, Itov. J. F. Cowan, C. II. Rose,
F. A. Krcba, M. Youmaii.
Per slmr. Mlkahalu, for Maul and
Moloknl ports, July 4. Mlrs Meyer,
A. V. Hayes, Miss D. Grldler, Miss
M Clark, C. P. Dodgo.
Pet' slmr. Manna Uki for Kona and
Kau ports, July 7. Mis. A. M. No
wo1l-4Irs. l). Hermit, Mis. C. F. Ilan
bcii, Hev. A S. linker, Mrs. It. 11. in
ker. 1). ! Wlthlngloii, F. It. MeStork
er, Miss Alice- llmns, J, F. Iltown.
Mrs. Wnluii, Mrs. Willilugluu.
Captain Lynam Leaves Transport Ser.
Captain Lviintn, whu was inister ef
tho miiij' transport Sherman, and who
hau been In ihu army transport ser
vice practically fiom Its beginning,
hns been detached fiiun the ship. It
is miiiouuceil that his nctlvo scivlru
Is at an end nnd that It Is not likely
thul lie will go to sea. again, Ho win
retired on account of old ago, but
this In Iho cato of a civilian' otnployo
of tlie iinuy, iIocb not carry with It
any pension. Ills record In tho ser
vice hns boon of tho bctl, nnd ho
takes vvlh him Into ictlrcmenl Iho
i aspect of all who know him. Ho
Is 71 yoaiH of ago hut would pass for
n much younger man. Ilo commanded
IrnnsiKirls dining the civil war mid
held an acting 'Pommlshlyii in Iho
navy during tho Spanish war,
& UJ m&&&a&&kikLi.