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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1911.
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Hawaiian 'I lilnl Ilcgrcc.
Harmony Lodge ci. I, 0.
i:. S. Special.
AH visiting mrmbfrn of tko
Order are cordially liiTlted to
attend meetings of IochI lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
rtARINE ENGINEERS' A"0.
-CHEFICIAL AJSIATIOK. datum cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBS, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Moetu every dret and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knight of
I'ythlHi Hull. Visiting brother! or
Illy Invited to attend.
II. FOSTHlt, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. ot It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, '. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening! ot each month at
1:30 o'clock In K. of I Hall, corner
UiretnnlH and Fort streets.
Visiting Kagles art Invited to at-
am A. DAVIS W. P.
WM. C. McCOV, Sec
50N0LULU LODGE, 016. D. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, B. P. O.
lko. meet In their hull, on King
Strtet. near Tort, every Friday eve
ning. "Visiting Brothers are cordially
'uvlted to attorri.
r i n isi:xm:na, n. n.
ono. t. ki.ui:oi:u sec.
WM. MoKINLEY L0D0E. NO. 8,
Meecs eviry 2nd and 4th Saturday
tuning at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and lleretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
t!nd. F. F. KILTU3Y, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. It. 8.
THE GREAT BtNJAMIN COMPOUND
Mikes New, lilch
Cures tho Kldnes.
on- not Hhiir-ons, even though
tlit-y ure linger plecu mountings.
Tho superior mechanical con
struction of tlic Kliur-uu means
comfort, durability uml elllcl
rncy Be Sure You Get Sliur-on
A. ft Sanford,
Bocton Dullding - - Port Street
Over May &. Co.
Ladies' Panama Hats
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Phone 3088
CARLSON CURRIER CO. WASH
C. B. and LA CROIX EMBROIDERY
New Stylish Hats
Summer styles in millinery at par
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
CAT AT THE
Everything New Strvlce Excellent
Cltv ntiil count v licenses fall due
tomorrow, the first of .Inly, for th"
next jour und Licence Clerk O Rose
Is busy pioparlng " twelve the li
cense moneys Mint will be uld in
He emphasizes the fact tli.it nil who
hnvo licenses to ay should comu In
e.uly tomorrow to the offlco of tho
etl and county treasurer.
.Merchandise licenses woro changed
by the last legislature and the new
scute Is as follows:
I'or firms whoso gross receipts for
the I.ixt llscal year wete under $2f,,
00(1, Teo Is $2.r; over $25,000 and less
than $."0,000, $30. .Mote than :p).000
fee Is $100
llntcuer shops, hotels, restaurants
tern mint ninl lodging houses, hum
diles. livery Btables, tiianufactuier of
food products are rcipiiied to net u
permit from tho board of health bo
foie the license can be Issued.
The following businesses must be
Alcohol, auction, uwu. banking, bar
ber shop, billiard table, billboard and
ou'dnor advertising, lsi.it Hulling
boat, fur hire, boatman bowling u.1-1
le. luokcr, custom house, broker,!
inrichuudlso; bioker, stock and share.
bulelier. beer, noil; butcher, beer
sl.iushtei ami sell; butcher, pork Bell;
butt her, slaughter uml sell pork, col
lection agency, dray und wagon, drlv
ui drug, iioisonous; dyeing and clean
ing works, employment agency, emi
grant agent, garage, horseshoer, hotel
und restaurant, laundry, hand, laun
iliy, stenm: livery stables, lodging and
tenement house; manufacture food
products, manufacture of pol. mer
chnndlFe, milk, notary public, passen
ger vehicle, pawnbroker, peddler
cake; peddler, merchandise; public
show, second hand dealers, tobacco
cigars, etc ; trust company
Mil. ANl) MRS. MAltSTON CA.MP
HIILL celebruted the twentieth until
versury of their marriage yesterday.
CI.F.KK MUUPIIY of the United
States District Court Is making up his
half yearly reports to the Attorney
It. W ANDKIISO.N nnd family will
leave on the Siberia for u two months'
stay In Californlu.
V. A NAYl.OR for severul yeara
liosnltnl steward for the Honolulu
Plantation Co., at Alea, was one of
litis ) ear's graduates from the Coc
per Medical College In Sun Francisco.
MISS A. VON HKIUUN Is u through
passenger In tho Pacific Mall steam
er Mho Is uld to bo relutcd to the
Herfliis, prominent in the counsels
ot tho Southern Pacific und tho Pu
F A. CARL, .n commissioner con
nected with the Imperial Chinese cus
toms service In the Hast, Is en route
to the mainland us a passenger In the
Pacific Mull steamship Siberia. Ho
is accompanied by Mrs. Curl.
11. A. HAHNUTT, acting ninnuger
of tho Toyo Klscii Kulsha und under
the Jurisdiction of General Manager
Avery ot the Jupuueso line. Is pro
ceeding to the mainland us a pussen
ger In the Pacific Mull steamer Si
beria SAM WALKER, with C. llrewer &
Co , has returned from a tour of tho
Fur East, Including Japan nnd Hong
kong, Ho was met upon ttie arrival
of the steamer Siberia this morning
nnd tendered u rousing reception by
u scote or more of enthusiastic
M KOPPELL, Mrs. Koppell nnd
two children are Included In tho num
ber ot through pusscngers In tho
steamer Siberia en route to tho coust.
Mr. Koppell Is fn charge of the move
ment which hus to do with forward-
lug Chinese students to mainland
cchouls nnd colleges.
U i:. 1M.NKIIAM, who for the post
three years has been stationed In tho
Philippines on u mission to supervise
tho recruiting of labor for Hawaiian
sugar plantations, hus returned to
Honolulu considerably broken In
health He wits a passenger In tho
Pacific Mull steamer Siberia arriving
this morning. It Is the Intention of
Mr Plnkliuiii to remain hero until ho
Hiillicleiitly recovers and can ngnln
take up the wotk with the Planters'
CONSUL CHEN ClIINd, nowly ap
pointed representative of thu Imper
ial Chlnet-o government for tho Ha
waiian Islands, arrived as u passen
ger In the Pacific Mull steamer Si
beria this morning. Tho distinguished
visitor wua welcomed at tho wharf by
u delegation of local Chinese busi
ness men. Consul Chen Cbiiig is ac
companied by his wife and one son.
W T ClItACEY. United Stutes con
sul ut Nanking, China, Is enroulo to
the mainland and to Washington. Ho
visited Honolulu today, us u passen
ger In the Siberia. Consul Cirucey Is
accompanied by Mrs. Clracoy and also
his father, S. L. Clruccy, who Is also
well known In Far Eastern consular
I PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per P. M. fl. S. Siberia from Hong
kong via Keolung und Japan isnts
Kor Honolulu: Consul Chen Chilli'.
Mrs Chen Chine mid child. II I.
I.vuii. Mrs. I.YUII, Mrs. Tens Thong
HI. Miss Tim Tseng SI, 0. I). !' lists -ion
ami Mrs. Ilartnn, J. M. Lydgnle,
Airs Lydgate, Mrs. C Daniels, I,, v..
I'liikluim. K. Hakala, K urn Walker,
Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bladder Remedy,
Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Lack of Appetite, Heart Fluttering, Gas
and Wind on Stomach, Bloated Feeling, Pains in Stomach after Eating, Sick Headache,
Dizziness, Coated Tongue, Biliousness, La Grippe, Dengue Fever, Chills and Fever, Ma
laria, Breakbone Fever, Tired Feeling, Jaundice, Backache, Diabetes, Gravel, Insipient
Bright's Disease, Bladder Trouble, Enuresis, Rheumatism, Impure Blood, Catarrh, Scrof
ula, Melancholia, Nervous Disorders, Sleeplessness, Removes Worms , Cures Constipation,
Anaemic Condition. A Great Tonic for Women.
$1.00 per bottle; 3 for $2.50, 6 for $5.00
Honolulu Drug Co., Ltd.,
. DISTRIBUTORS FOR. HAWAII
-personal attention to all oders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
SCHOONER HELENE DISMASTED:
Fourteen Hundred Miles Covered By Sails Carried on One
Mast Now Here Discharging Lumber Siberia Takes
Away Cabin Passengers and Sails for Coast at Six
Covering a distance of fourteen!
hundred miles under u jury rig wllh:
sails drawing from but one must, 1st
u portion of a tlirlllng experleuco of1
Captain Thnuipt-on, master of the
staunch llttlo lumber schooner lle
letiu that Is now ut Honolulu and'
ready to discharge n shipment of
lumbor .brought from Aberdeen.
A succession of tierce gules of long
duration on tho voyage of tho Hclcno'
nfler leaving Honolulu and bound for
tho Sound, resulted In tho loss of
tlnee masts with nil gear and sails I
There was Just ono long loud ro-'
port and ull wus over Is about tho
way tho accident was recorded by
ono member of tho ship's compnny
Arriving at Aberdeen tho latter
part of April the schooner now un
der Captuln Thomiihoii, who Is well
known here was found to have lost
main, mlzzeu and jigger masts. She
sailed for days with the aid of can
vas drawing from her foremast on
ly. The sticks went by tho boinl
ro II Is claimed thtough tho earning
away or thu spring stay extending
fiom the foremast to tho matnninst,
Cnp'uln Thompson has been receiv
ing many congratulations on his sen
nmushlp In inuklug such a smart paH
sugo under such ndverso conditions,
Contract for Canadian . Australian
To mako a contract for si 10,000
ton llnor for thu Canadian, Now Zea
land and Australian route Sir .lames
Mills, head of tho Union Steamship
Company, has just sailed for Hie
United Kingdom utter a visit to Ot
tuwu to mako final an alignments for
tho new service, which will bo stuitod
In August. Tho new steamer will ho
of tho trnnio typo as tho Mukura, but
larger and cnpnblo of averaging IB to
17 knots mi hour and will make tho
run between Auckland and Vlctor'a
In 18 days Tho new steamer will hi
used with the Mamma and Mitkmti.
The Zealandla, which Is operated un
W. C Peacock & Co., Ltd,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
You have CLEANED UP
PI ITAW IID the accumulated debris and poisons in
v lvJli J Y the system that cause sickness and disease
lies! CLEAN-UP MEDICINE Biro. BENJAMIN COMPOUND HERBALO
PORT IN SAFETY
der nrrungcinent with tho New Zea
land Shipping Company, will he
withdrawn. The now steamer Muuit
gonul, now under construction In
Kugtand, will probably ho uued pend-1
lug' tile construct Ion of tho IU.OiKMoii
Herald the New Liner.
Castle and Cooke hnvo sent out nu
olllclul letter to shippers giving In
forniutlon concerning tho advent of
tho new I'ojo Klscn Knlsliu liner
Shlnyo Mam, Tho Khlnyo, which will
bo Iho Uncut steamer on tho PiiclHc
and one of tho fastest, will fuko thu
place of the Nippon Mnru, whoso
passengers will bo transferred to thu
Khlnyo at Kobe on tho Nippon's fifty
Hist vojugo this way.
Tho Slilnjo Mnru will leave Koliq
August 20 ami wltl arrive ut Hono
lulu September 7, sailing again for
tho Oi lent September 27. From then
on tho Sliluyo will mako regular tilpi
taking the dates on the schedule, now
assigned to tho Nippon Mnru.
Although a lstor jriilu to tho Ten-
jo and Chlyo, tho Shlnyo will bo a
big Improvement over tho others, Thu
Jupuueso company, In building tho.
Shhi)o weio nblu to avoid such nils-
Inkes as wcrn made on the shrpi of
cat Her construction. The Tenyo and
Chlyo nro today without their espials
on tho Pucillc. Tho Rhlnvo Is going
to Ihi tho very Inst word.
Tho Slilnvo Maru Is n liner of 21,
000 tons and will diavo a speed of 21
knots an hour Captain Smith, now
mauler of tho Nippon Maru, has been
selected to command tho Hhlnjo.
Will Not Attempt to Remodel Dlx.
Tho Unlled Slates army trnnsHrt
Dlx, which passed through Honolulu
Homo months' ago enroulo to Puget
Sound, thero to go out of commission
will not ho .extensively retnodolod.
Tho unnouueenicnl conies through the
iiitiloriiiustcr department that thu
plan of tho United Btnles government
to spend something Ilka eighty thou
the at. "Now
1024 Fort St.
Oddfellows' BIdg., near King St.
suiiil dollars on tho hoi so transport
hud been abandoned. The Dlx how
over will undergo muuo repairs ac
cording to tciKirts that havo been
brought down fiom Keattlo. About
ten thousand dollars Is to bo expend
ed In making more uigeiil icpulrs lo
machinery uml tho llttlngs of tho vnu
scl. Harbor Officer Carter Goee Higher.
Harbor Officer Cuittir, who has
proved a popular appointment with
those who have to do with shipping
ut tho port of Honolulu will retlto
from Hint isisltluu and take over his
new duties us an assistant, with the
lluieau of Agriculture ami Foresti),
with the first of tho month.
Carter, may lemaln with tho police
department for a few days, pending
an apKliitmeut of a suitable olllrcr
by Sheriff William Juuctt. Curler
hus piovcd himself nil etllclent olll
eer. Ills new' position, with .Increas
ed responsibilities nnd bettor lemuu
eiatlon. Is looked 'upon In thu llglu
of a deserved promotion. Today, ho
lias been tecelvlng the heait) iiudslu
reio congratulations of a host of
1 1 lends und asioclales.
Tho Inter-Island sloamers duo lo
nrrlyo toinonow will .bring uuuutltliM
of sugar and deck loads of cattle. Ac
cording to wireless advices tho
steamer Maul from Punaliilii with
sugar and cattlo Is duo In thu morn
ing. Tho Wallelo will also bo nil nr-
ilval from llonokaa with additional
sugar und somo cattle. The flagship
Mauuu Kea Is eiecled ut an early
hour with a largo number of cabin
aud deck passengers, also a miscella
Great Balls of Fire.
In a letter to O. V, Thorndyke, man
nger of th (Hobo Navigation Com
puny, Captuln Itoss, muster of tho
schooner Wllhort L. Smith, tells of a
ball of, lightning striking thu mast of
that vessel on her voyugo from Pu
get Sound to Callno, A silver flvo
reet long wub toin out of the mast.
-Tho llushywas so close that every
man on deck got a severe shock,"
says Captain Items. No ono wns seri
Lurline at Kahulul,
Taking on ti shipment of a thou
sand tons molasses, tho steamer Lur
line Is at Kiiliulul today and Is duo
to return to Honolulu some time to
morrow, Tho vessel will ho supplied
with sugar nt this port. The Lurline
carried somo seven hundred tuns
freight for discharge at tho Maul
purls. Tho I.uillne will ho illiilch
ed'for San Kiauclsro on next Monday
evening, sailing from thu )sut ut six
Hyades at Hllo.
According to iidvlces received hoie,
(he Miitson Navigation steamer Hy
udes Is taking on u shipment of Mili
ar ut Hllo piepurutory to sailing for
San Francisco, This vessel has gath
ered up a considerable ipmntlty of
this pinduct uttbu several mits of
call In tho Islands.
Fair Trip to Portland.
Nineteen days from Honolulu to
Portland, Oiegon, Is the record cro
illled to the American bnrkentlno C.
F. Crocker. Tho vessel i cached the
Columbia Hlver yesterday having
sailed fiom this port in ballast on
OH Tanker Reached the Coast.
Tho oil tanker Marlon Chllcott
undo Iho trip up to the const In
twenty days according lo lepoit 10
eelved hero yesterduy telling of her
niilval nt (lavlotu.
Windjammer Arrives at the Coast
Cables lecidvcd heio are to tho ef
fect Hut tho American schooner W.
J. I'atleiKin sailing fiom Honolulu on
Juno !ilh arrived at drays llaiborjea-
flie words "BRO, BENJAMIN"
m l every
TRADE MARK Of- THE BRO.
REGISTERED IN U. S. PATENT OFFICE
Thursday, June 29.
Aberdeen I lelene, t.chr.. p. in
Friday, June 30.
Hongkong via Japan iKirts Slbo-
rlu, P. M. S. S., n. in,
Thursday, June 29.
Midway Island Flutircnco Ward
Am. srhr., 2 p. m.
" Kunnl ports-W (1. Hull, Stmr, S
Knhiilnl Lurline, M N. S. 8., p. m
NEW FIRM TO
The nun of Wilsht-HiiHtuce, Ltd.
is to ho Incorporated, accoidlug to
announcement made this morning by
Attorney .1. A. Magoon, mul the com
pany will bo carriage and auto ic
pulling on n big sculo, nt W. W.
Wright s present placo of business
Tho debts of tho present firm of '.
W. Wright &. Co.. Ltd., will ha taken
over mid assumed by tho new firm,
which will do ull kinds of uulo aud
engine repairing, bhicksiultliliig
painting, trimming and wood-work
ing. Wright uiiil Frank V. Ilustaco
are both well and r.nornbly known
hero nnd havo been for yours. Wright
Is known ns ono or tho most thorough
und conscientious men In his line of
work, while llustuce, though a vouiig
man, lias earned for himself an en
viable reputation ns u murine engi
neer, thoioiighly ramillai' with gaso
line inutors und with a special knowb
edgo of motor engines In ail branches,
Tho firm promises to bo very success
ful. Charles liiew, one of tho real llvo
wires among tho Mutson Navigation
stuff or pursers Is now n benedict
"Clinrllo" has forwarded it cable to
John Drew, Manager of (ho shipping
department or Custle and Cooke, that
he hud gono anil done It and that
with u few vvoids from tho parson
Miss Hazel Keener had become Mrs,
Charles Drew. Of course ull ports of
congratulations nro now In order
Seine hnvo been gulng over tho who
while others will bo icscrved In cold
storage, awaiting tho leturn of tho
ever popular liner Wllhelinlna, In
whlclr tho groom has sailed ns (in
Mall foiwiuded to (ho coast Jn tho
Toyo Klsen Ivuisha liner Nippon Muni
Is reported to have nnlved ut Sun
Fiunclsco yostordiiy nltoriioou.
ROOM AND BOARD.
Nicely furnished room, next lo bath,
on nil Hue, walking distance fiom
town, for gentleman. Hoard If de
sired. Apply "U U" this olllro.
Mix., Drnlee l.Ixt Is giving special In
ducements for club orders for (bo
next ten days on nil periodicals and
mugiiJiicK. Plume D12, Hawaiian
Hotel, or call 4tiC7-2t
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
and this picture must be
BENJAMIN REMEDY CO.
AS OLD JUNK
Tho Pacific Mall steamship Asia,
once proudly sailing tho Pacific :ii
tho Occidental and Oriental steamer
Coptic, now a wieck off Finger Hock
about midway along tho China coast
between Hongkong and Shanghai,
In ought n trlllo less than six thou
sand gold dollars when put up ut pub-
He auction nt Shanghai, just a few
days before the Pacific Mall bleanicr
Blheila, called at that xirt enroulo
to .I.iii.ili poits aud Honolulu.
According to tho olliccrs of Ilia Pa
cific Mull 'liner now ut Alakca wharf,
tho sale by auction of tho wrecked
1'aclllc Mall steamer Asia us she lies
on Finger Rock diew n crowd or lit
nese to tho looms or Mcssih Hopkins,
Dunn & Company ut Shanghai, The
nhip and cargo weic sold In dllToreiit
lots, and bidding was ipilto spirited,
Iido making bids coining from 'tho
coast ports, Wencliow, Nlngxi, Foo
cliow, etc. Tho steamer started at
'fuels 1,000, und went up to Tnels
8,200, when " she wus knocked down
to Chinese buvers fiom Foochow. Tho
cm go was started nt Tnels 500, und
Shanghai bus era ultimately had It
knocked down to them for Tucls 2,
Ktltl, thu total pilre gained being Tuels
Purser Morphy states thaj, Iho trip
nciusH the Pucillc was fair ufter leav
ing Yokohama. Thu vessel ' sailed
from Hie Japanese port one day Into
owing 'to tho reported presence of a
typhoon snld to havo been hoveilng
near tho pojut, must dreaded by ship
Tho Slbor'n did not ctll nt Manila,
hut her course was dlveited after
leaving Hongkong In oider to pay u
vh.lt to Keolung, Foimosu, wheio a
nuuiitlty of tea was loaded. Thu
steamer also called at ono or two ex
tiu Japnneso -torts to secure addition
ill lea shipments,
Woven hundred tons general Oil
cutul cargo Is going out from tho ves
sel dining tho stay ut Hie -tort to
day. It la the present Intention of II
Huclcfehl & Coiup.iny lo dispatch tho
steamer for San Francisco at six
o'clock tills evening. About slxtv
passengers have been hooked for tho
cabin while a number will leave in
tho steei ago.
Tho passengers arriving hero this
lnoinlng Include 17 cabin. 15 second
class, nnd 74 steciiigo. of the tailor
tlicie being (i Filipinos.
An Oriental mall numbering 19
Fnioiito to Ban Francisco nio 04
cabin, 35 second class and 122 AbIu
llo sleorugo passengers.
The (hinugh cargo will tolul somo
six thousand Ions und consists main
ly of tea
Scottish Monarch to Japan.
The llritlsh freighter Scottish Mon
r.rch will piocccd to Japan upon com
pletion of dlschaigo or some threo
thousand Iiiiir Cardiff coal Into tho
Hi Illsh cruisers Kent and Challeng
er, now nt Iho port.
Tho Scottish Monarch has been fol
lowing the lleet in tho capacity of a
collier fur some weeks past.