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tVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1911.
?lliWW ' wyfw J J'"iifapip.
with the Ara-Notch in
place of the bothersome
buttonhole 15c. etch 2 for 25c.
Cluatt, Pmbody it Co., Makers
, ARROW CUFFS, 25c. Fabi;
(Continued from Pago 1)
terdny and everything Is in good
Bhape. The special music, decora
tlonB, programs nro all being arrang
ed for In a way to bo In keeping
with tlio Importance of the meeting,
It Is safe to say that no subject
or a public meeting recently has had
quite tho Interest nnd significance of
this one. Doth the Americans and
the UrltlBh see In this a splendid op
portunity to voice the ery great
feelings of friendliness that exist be
tween these two English speaking
peoples. Possibly no place In the
world Is a better example of this real
community of Interest than Hawaii.
Hero tho most coidlal relations exist
between them and In business, so
ciety, and the church bonds of union
draw the two related peoples togeth
er. It Is believed that under these
circumstances such a meeting as Is
proposed will have a far reaching Im
portance. The attendance at the meeting Is
bound to bo large. Central Union
Church, the Methodist Church and the
Christian Church will hold no servi
ces that' evening. St. Andrew's Cathe
dral nnd the Episcopal churches will
shorten their regular servlco In or
der to permit their congregations to
attend. On account of the universal
Interest In the subject and with the
evening thus fairly free from other
meetings. It Is expected that tlio Opera
House will be crowded.
SPORTS HELD AT
There was n long program of sports
pulled off down nt Enn plantation yes
terday, which was kept going from
rurly morning till Into in the after
noon. Tho sports were held nt the TJwa
baseball park nnd were n decided suc
cess. Through tho generous consent of
Manager Kenton, n large grandstand
had been pro hied, gull decorated with
bunting and lings Indicative of the
A largo iiumlwr of people attended,
atul tho dlffim.t races and other e-vents
were freely entertd Into nnd run oft
promptly. One of tho most Interest
In1: contests proved to bo the tug-of-wai,
In which ten slnglo men pulled
against ten married ones for thirty
eight minutes, tho married men win
ning out, much to tho satisfaction of
the benedicts among the spectators.
' Candy and small Hags were distrib
utee! liberally among tho children dur
ing tho progress of the program, and
' i.ioiifl seemed to l happy nnd hiv
ing n good time.
The commute,! In charge consisted
of tho following: M, J. de flouvea, J.
A. llnttle, II. Midler, V. A Meyer. J.
D Davidson, a. E. Newman, Josel'er-naneiez.
FISH IN HARBOR AND
PAY FINES TO COURT
Judge Monsurrut's court room
looked queer this morning for there
were many (lull nets piled up near
the desk of Court Olllcer Kred Weed.
The nets were brought there not for
exhibition, but because the owners,
who nre Japanese llshermon, violated
the health legulatlons by Ilshlng in
the harbor yesterday.
The Japanese tun Nishimura nnd
Kltamurn. Attorney A. K. Ozawn ap
peared for them, and his clients weie
each sentenced to pay a Hue of live
didlitrs and couts of court.
Oeo. Yumadn, Christopher Holt and
Alfred Afong weie In court this morn
ing, charged with speeding their
iiutomoblleB. Tho court dealt with
i m m
HQlMliKS IIMNEM' WITH OOUKT.
(Special n til I (.till Ccrresuomlence.)
11ILO, July 3. In the Circuit Court
.this morning Attorney Harry Irwin,
through un apology which he inado to
Judge Parsons, was purged of con
tempt In regnid to his refusal to file
accounts in tho matter of the estate
of Mrs. R. II. Moses, us the guurdlan
of her daughter. Irwin stated that he
had not Intended to cnuse any such
trouble us had romo up and had In
tended to lite the nccauntH asked
when tho matter of the jurisdiction
of Judge Parsons hud been settled.
TO STUDY NOW
Normal School Opens for Six
Weeks' Term For Heavy
A big registration on tho opening
day of the summer school for teachers
this morning, held out promises of a
record-breaking attendance. Nlnet)
to were registered at tho opening of
the six weeks' term today, and many
more are to come. Lost year the lit
teni'dneo was ISO.
The opening program was featured
by (,ood addresses and by a letter of
welcome from aovcrnor lrenr, who
was unable to attend the exercises In
person nnd deliver an nddrcss.
The program was as follows:
Prayer Ilev. Itobert Elmer Smith
Letter of Welcome..., Governor Freer
Welcome Addiess ,
ltcv. Itobert Elmer Smith
Acting Superintendent T. II. Gibson
Edgar Wood, principal Normal
Organization of School.
Tho Summer school Is being held In
tho Normal School building, with Cyril
O. Smith ns director and the following
M, II. Bnlros, geometry, algebra, na-
turo study, hygiene and sanitation.
Miss Maud Dawson, lecturer on the
ory nnd practise of teaching.
Oeorge S. Itayinond, teacher of arith
Miss Marlon Dean, Instructor In Eng
Mrs. L. a. Marshall, teacher of Eng
lish and expression work.
Charles W. Baldwin, teacher of go-
William McClusky, Instructor In
Mrs. A. II. Tucker nnd Miss J. L.
Wlnne, Instructors of music.
"EXTRA" CUT AND
Honolulu Consolidated Oil responded
to a slightly bettor demand on the
street today and the prlco this morn
ing wns steady at J1.55. with Indica
tions that It will go higher. Tho Ha
waiian Exchange reports 200 shares
sold at this ilgure.
Tho "street" was gladdened thin
morning by tho announcement of a
special dividend of 2 per cent ion Wni
luku, payablo July 10. Good advance
prosiects and tho reports of a strong
er market and further advances llko
ly nre responsible for tho extra, which
nas ncen noised nround ns a posslbll
Ity for some time. This fifty-odd
thousand dollar extra will bo welcome
during a dull period.
Tho mnrkct today was fairly brisk,
with Ewn tho feature, this stock sell
ing strongly In small quantities at
I3l.no. Tho regular dividend an
nouncements worn Hawaiian Commer
cial 25 cents, Onomea thirty cents
and Honomu 11.
NO DECISION ON HOME
,F0R THE AGED AND POOR
Tho King's Daughters have so far
been iinnhlo to agree iiiioii tho pur
chaso of tho W. W. Hull placo for ,i
site for tlio home they hope to estab
lish, and decision on the matter has
beon postponed for a month.
A meeting was held at tho home
of Miss Florence Yarrow last Monday
night and thine In favor of this placo
as well cs thoso against it guvo thnlr
views. It wns pointed out as an oh
jectlon that in.inv of tho bed rooms
are on the second door, and that the
aged people cared for by tho King's
Daughters aio not ablo to climb
stairs, nnd It Is proposed that the
homo shall be no higher than ono
story. Much Is said, however, in M-
or of the Hall place, but the proposl
tlon, Involving 120,000, will not he
decided without mora consideration.
Public Interest nnd sympathy Is
btrongly In favor of the King's Diugli
teis In their worthy charity efforts
nnd when (hoy decided what they
want, subscriptions aio expected to ho
SOLDIER IS SET FREE
ThomtR Culhnnc, a soldier from
Fort Muger, who was arrested last
night for assaulting Sergeant Elijah
Turner of Fort Iluger, was dlschuige.1
by Police Judgo Monsarrat this morn
Ing for lack of evidence. Turner, on
the stand, said that he had not sworn
out a warrant, ror uuinanes nrresi,
Four hundred freight carriers on
LakeErle aie tjed up for want of car-
TO COME HERE
Although Not Reported Offici-
ally It Is Understood Such
a Move Will Be Made.
It Is tho custom of tho United
Stalls, after a Hut lias been nianeu
crlug nt target practise, mimic war
la re, ilc, to send the ships partici
pating to tho navy jards Tor repairs,
making such ihanges In armament and
equipment ns aio dietnul necessary by
The l'aclllc licet has been for some
timet undirgolng such repairs at Mara
Island, being ready In the full for on-
other cruise, which will, according to
nil reports ascertained, bring them to
the Hawaiian Islands for maneuvers
to test their newir elllcicncy.
It Is generally understood at Maro
Island Mint such n trip Is planned to
take ptaco In the fnll of the year, com
manded by Admiral Chauncey Thomns.
Olllclal report, however, h.ue not been
sent to Admlrnl Cowlcs of such a
movf, hut news of tho matter Is ex
pected sunn, deciding just whnt tlio Pa
cific licet will do nnd whether or not
It will go through tactics at the Ha
waiian Islands. Should the licet come,
It would tend to moke tho target and
general gun pructlso being planned by
the Coast Artillery In October, a far
greater success than If tho fleet was
not here. Tho Const Artillery would
ho afforded tho chance of testing Its
eltlclency In searchlight maneuvers
during the mimic wnr night nttneks of
The transport Sheridan, which Is
due to arrive In port this evening
from Mnnllu, will lenvo tomorrow
forenoon for the coast from Naval
dock No. 3.
Tho Sheridan will sail with the re
mains of the Inte Lieutenant Colonel
Fred W. Foster, which will bo es
corted aboard by un escort of honor
composed of ono troop of Fifth Cnv
ulry und tho Cavalry regimental baud.
The transport's passenger accom
modations will be tuxed to Its great
est capacity us It Is taking away quite
n number of military folk from both
the Second Infantry mid Firth Cuv
nlry. The otllcers leaving are as fol
lows: From tho Second Infantry
Mujor O. U. Duncan, Cupt. W. A.
Kent, Lieut. D. W. Chamberlain, Lieut
W. a. Uull Of the Fifth Cuvulry
Mujor and Mrs. C. C. Wulcutt, Jr.,
Lieut. W. C. Christy, Lieut, nnd Mrs.
C. S. CnlTrcy, Lieut. Ely nnd T. II.
Also Captain M. N. Falls, Mr. Fre
mont Crane, C. E, Q. M. I).; Mr. Clar
enco Albrcct; Sergeant und Mrs. E.
C. Williams, Ordinance Department;
Sergenat and Mrs. J, C, Taylor und
Ilesldo these passengers the Sheri
dan will take to the coast 1UG enlisted
men und ten civilians.
DE KEPT CLEAN
Tho passage or n new ordinance,
which has to do with requiring the
piopeity owner to keep I lie slduvvulk
In limit or his picmises clean und
freo riuiii iih'itiuctlou has hud a salu
lory effect especially In some of tho
outer districts of tho rlly. according
to thoso siiporvlsuis who claim io
have made an Inspection or localities
most in mcil or refnimatlon.
Supsi visor Low, alter n tour or In
bpecllon or tho cl y, states that In
Ills opinion tho piopeity ownets uro
palng mire attention to tholr prom
Iscs. The passage or tho sidewalk
nidlnanco followed soon after by tho
general scouiiug resulting fioni clean
up Day, has had a benctlclul effect.
Huwover, It Is contended that the
clly and county hits u dutv to iier
form and that has to do with free
ing the gutters from weeds and oth
It wns on this class ot labor that
Iho city prison gangs had been set to
work until complaint was icgUtcrcil
wllh the munlclpil authoillles.
Thrco bundled nnd clghty-ouo new
members and a total now or five' hun
dred nnd twenly-nlno is tho iccord
mado by tho Civic Federation last
Monday In Its three-hour momheiship
campaign, A rovlsod list or tho nddl
lions und new names seen red glvo
tlio above results, It was nnnounccil
from headquarters this morning.
Tho tice-planting ulong the wator
fiont will bo held later.
NOW OVER 500
Mlit Fawn Llppincut run out o'
frs at her pink tea yltterday. Tipton
Bud's wife runs to many bills he hni t'
drive twelve miles t' buy a e-gar.
AT 7 TONIGHT
Lnte wireless from the United
Stales Army transput! Sheildan, en
route from Manila .t Nagasaki.' Ja
pan; that vessel should arrive off the
quarantine on or ubout seven o'tloik
Tlio Sheridan, which sailed from
Manila for this port on Juno 15th,
Is bring tho following military ollleers
nnd passengers: To Nagasaki l.lcu
tennnt Charles Uarnett, Fourteenth
Cutalry; Lieutenant Herbert II
Smith, medical reservo corps; Chap
lain, Everard It. CJinso, Fourteenth
Cnalry; Lieutenant Louis A. Kunilg,
Third Infantry, and Lleu'enant James
II. Mcllroy, Ninth Infantry. For Snn
Francisco Colonel Wllllr.ni II C. Ilo
wen. Twelfth Infanlr), Lleuteiikim
Colonel Ocorgo P Scrlvcn, signal
corps; Major John CiiMIn, Second
Field Artillery; Major llc.hcrt H. Sar
gent, Second Cawilry; Major William
H. Sage, Adjutant-General's depart
ment; Major Charles Crawfoid,
Twenty-ninth Infantry; Captains El
vln It. Helherg Sixth Infantry; John
'T. Nnnco. Secnnil CoMilry; Frank J.
Morrow, Thirteenth Inquiry; Leonard
D. Wlldmnn, signal corps; Alvan C.
Head, Twelfth lnfantiy; John L. De-
Wltt, Twentieth Infantry; Walter C,
awcency, Twcnty-llrst luruntry; Ham
ilton A. Smith, Third Infantry; Muthew
C. Smith. Fourteenth Cnvnlry; Frank
II. Watson, Third Infantry; William
S. Valentine, Fourteenth Cavalry;
Samuel T. Ansell, eleventh Infnntry;
James T. Watson, Seventh Infantrv:
Lieutenants Clrnrd L. McEnteo, Sev
enth Infantry; Henry C. Cohurn, Jr,
medical corps; John J. Itoss, Philip
Seventy will ho dlRChr.-g'vl from
the Infantry forces, fort-sevc.i from
the cavulry, eighty-three from the
const artillery, two horn the Held up
tlllery and eight Imm the engineer
corps. The trnmipoit Th nlio bring'
Ing twenty-one sick, nluo military con
tlcts, two garrison prUontvs, thirteen
casuals of Iho lino und thlrtj-ouu o
the stiff corps und departments, night
hundred and scvcnty-flvo tons of coal
were taken on board nt Manila.
Devero Anderson, tho "ten-minute
photeigruplii-r," charged with swindling
II. I.. M, III) Holds, un uuhltcct, and
a Japuite'se, wns oucii more put on trial
this morning hi Judge Monsarrat's
court, lie was leprcseiitrd by Attor
ney Chlllliigwiuth, whllu Deputy At
torney Mllvertuii pieiseeutcil the ease,
Hubert IC. lionlne, the luuvlng-plc-turu
mull, was put on the stand by tlm
prosecution to tell the court the differ
ent processes of photugraphlo woili. lie
stilted among other things that a pic
ture can bo gotten out In ten minutes,
but emphasised the fuel that thero is
no necret in tho process.
Chllllngweirth had ii number of tho
postal cards with photographic scenes
on them, which were gotten out In ten
minutes. Aiulerion sat hy the side of
his attorney und i;uu Information re-
jgardlug the tcn-mluuto process.
Ibu Japaneie, who claims he paid
a considerable amount of money to
iteynolds for tho art of achltecturo mid
engineering, was hi court today. Ha
told the court how he was approached
hy tho defendant, nnd how ho finally
decide el to study ntl llltee lure under tho
able ti-uihhiK of Ancle I foil.
liirly this fun noon the prosecution
put on the stand M. II, Webb, the ar
chitect, to testify as tn the studying of
mchlteetiire Ho said on the stand
time lie was also a civil engineer, hav
ing studied It it number of years whllo
at college Tim trial had not ended
when noun nsess was taken.
ChlllhiRVvoith put up n stinng de
fense this morning during tlio trial.
Charles Cook of Wliifted, a der
mal!, has been missing slnro Maieh'
23, mid his wire Is almost heart
Adulphus Ilusch or St Louts has
been given thu Order or tho Itcd Kagln
by I.'mpeioi William.
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fi Hi ;
III ,1 U M -
NO MONEY FOR
The city and comity unervlsors will
lie brought face to face with the prop
osition of school buildings going Into
it gradual hut sure decay and no money
In shht for their maintenance, at a
meitlng of tho hoard to bo held this
THE ONES WE HVE TO TELL
All money has 1 hat rich
flavor of Mlrit.Thdt'5 why
all llko To Keep specimens
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OUR MOVING PICTURE SOMETIMES TRUTH IS 5TRANGER THAI I FlC flON.WHATT
This is one of the principal
You get sterling value when
you purchase one of these suits.
Suits of Elegance for Young
who appreciate style
Chairman livv of the. committee on
wis nnd mums has found that the
municipality has hut 1850 each six
month tn devote to the upkeep nnd
(iintlon of n mv buildings for tho city
ami county schools.
This sum. It Is suld.'Wlll barely pro
villi) siilllclent money fur repainting
und' minor repairs of the buildings
Tin re Is nothing lit sight which can
be turiuil to nn nc count providing for
tho cot of one or moro new school
Notwithstanding the cry that comes
PERPETRATED BY WALTACDOUGALL
BASE BALL ESOTERICS-
QUOTED FROM THE DAILY DOft
Tenney Jidnl visit the library
yesterJay.Tlic pitcher wos ciU-
cd to hanulc five assists He is
Sued si passes in the first
canto A coat of whitewash
came to the Rajahs Rowan
wasonlhc mound and only
one Quaker got as far aslhe
mltJuoy . Oooin whiffed , Madec
foul-flied near Wheat's boudoir.
Ludcrus's high propner put
three men on the sacks and
two of these were turned Into
runs by residents of lest
place: etc, etc.
And yet some critics sciy there
is no Americanjantftiaeje I
r f mf -2rr I sS7M3fV- i
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from Watirlown und other outside dis
tricts for moio school room, tlio coun
ty fathers will he oIiIIki-iI to turn u
deaf ear to tho iippdil.
The board will llltempf to devise
menus fur the Judicious expenditure
pf the amount now allotted to them
for the period between July and !
ii'inbcr of the present year.
Secielnry oi Stalo Kno has been
suhpenaed to appear before a limine
commute nnd produce tho jecords nl
rectlng the unaccounted halince pihl
for tho Day portrait.
'ME, WAS HP.
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