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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1911.
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ll.iniilliin, .Suuncl lltgrir.
Honolulu Chiiilir, liigiil.ir,
Honolulu l.nrigi, lt Ilignc.
All visiting members of tax
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lade
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
aEFIML AIATIGH elation, cor.
flAWAHAN TRIBE. No. 1, L 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thura
ays of each month ati'Knlgiui of
Pythtne Hull. Vlaltlng brothers cor
tUlly Invltrd to attend.
A J HOMKSON, Hacliem.
12. V TOD1). C. gt It.
C0N0LITC.U AEHIE, 140, ', 0. X.
"' V.MeeU on the 2nd "ndTUY WED-
, N'KSDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ceretanta and Fort streets, j
' Visiting Etgles are Invited to at-
geo. A. DAVIS W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec
S0K0IU1U LODGE. 616. B. P. 0. 1
Honolulu Lodga No. SIC, B. P. O.
Clki, meets In their ball, on King
Ztreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
nlng. Visiting llrothors are cordially
'nrlted to attenu. '
d p. n isenberg, n., n.
OHO T. KLUEUEL, Bee
vm. Mckinley lodge, ho. 8,
Meecs every 2nd and 4th 8aturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
rial), tor Fort and Ileretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to 'at
F. F, Kll.nET, C. 0. '
E A. JACOI1SON, K. R. 8.
New Shipment of TAHOCS ex Sierra
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Phone 30S8
Mrs. S. F. Zeave,
Temporarily doted while away on
buying trip. Open again In September,
63 Young Building
New Stylish Hats
Summe.' ttyjes In rnllllnery at par
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
1027 Nuuanu Street
BEGINNING JUNE 3
All the Hate at Reasonable Prjcet
I'l.Kit your band on (lie pulse of
Honolulu's business Hiilld b) hi lug
, u louiiuut rrinUr of llio Wwwi Ad
hicllou of the Hulletlu.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It govs without raying Unit every
thing la Host nt The Km ore.
'Hie biggest cholera germ known Is
on exhibition at llio Anchor Saloon.
Jullii Henley has ttppllcd for divorce
from George Iltnley on the grounds
Heiiort comes from the big lalatnl
tliut Mrs C UlnlBC)o has been Buffer
ing with a severe attack of bronchitis
Twcnl-sevcn boxes it it d barrels of
now mid beautiful things, Everything
free for Green Stamps. Call and ask
the nun Mcrctutila anil Fort.
A largo number of friends gathered
nt tho resilience of John I loss at Ha-
Kalnu one evening list week and pie-
aented Miss Katie Suiter with a gold
mcklnce and pendant Miss Sadler It,
i-bout to have for thu coast.
A Jap.ineso teamster who wis
dumping rubbish over the cliffs at
Nlulll uno day last week backed too
close to the edgo with one load and
the cart and mule went Into the se,i
wheru the sharks hinl-n feast. IHoiiip
chihlieu.rn the' cart at Hid tliiieJiiniii
ri for their lives and were saved.
The -wigigement Is announced of
Miss Edith Dana I ones and Dr. Illgar
Davidson Cougdon, and the wedding
Is to take place tomorrow in Vicuna,
Austria Dr. Cougdon has been In
Europe for purposes of research but
I ctiirns liMhe fall to take up his dut
ies as I'rofisisor of Histology and Em
brjolog at tho Cornell Medical Col
lege In Now York City Miss Jones Is
a Bister of Mrs. Itenton Hind. Kohala
junm: a. s. hautwell Btoppcd
nt the Falnnont on his way homo after
tils trip abroad.
MHS. EDO AH I1ISHOP lias returned
to Sm Francisco after a two months'
visit In the Islands.
Mil. AND MHS A. M. McKBBVER
of this clt were recent guests at the
Hotel Stewart, Snn Finnclsco.
. DIt. 11. W. CRAIG and his family
are tomlsts at present visiting the
Island. 'I hey niu from Pliocntx, Ariz
I). DAVID DICKEY, of Stockton,
Cal , will enter tho crockery business
hire, according to the Stockton llec
M. A McCI.INTOCK. of Uuffalo,
N. Y, will spend tho winter hero. He
visited friends In the Islands three
Mil. AND MRS. CHARLES RHODES
of vjctorla, II C , linvo returnod to
.their home after spending sonio time
MRS. HARRIET niJFFUM and her
son, Mitchell Iluftum, have returned
to their homes In Palo Alto, Cal , after
touring the Islands.
CIVIL ENGINEER FIIRER has gone
ui intuitu iu uci us nsHiHiuni ioiiH)iiu
ty Engineer Southworth. Ho wjis'thc
selection from seven candidates.
-MIL AND MRS. RALPH KINNEY
and Miss I.ornlne Kinney have re
turned to their homo In East Oakland
after unending soverul weeks In' this
city and the Islands.
E. U. DUISENIIEIIO, who purchas
ed ft HGfit on tlln irminliili, ntrwlr n.
clinneo frnni A. 1Y f!iuitmr. una vau..
tculay elected to niembershlp atV Tllul l'l,lm lH ,,clnB I'laced abouid
hicclal meeting helii by tho excliuiigoA"1''rlean",laisnl11"1 Btamers during
In tho afternoon. Ho will take lib, ,,lclr 1)r,cf ptuy nt Sallna Cruz Is a
seat Hits morning. I conclusion now arrived at bj Federal
SWEET CREAM SENT
I A I'atihut, manager of the Ouk-
lami riuiiu ilepartment, bus rtieived
wuril from Honolulu of the safn ur-
rival of the irt.aui shipped from Crows
IaindliiK thru) wei"l(s ago and referred
tu In the Wi Kl) of tho 19th ult. It
was In ixifiet enndltlnii after the voj-
niv, fully demonstrating the successor
tin, p isteurllng proiess I
this Is tho ilrat sueeesbful shipment'
of swti(,t mam to tm Islands Another
shipment Is unit rid for June 8, so that
n markd In Honolulu Is now prnetl-
tall) ussuiid Crows landing Wiekl),1
Personal attention to all orders,
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jat. H. Love)
Milium YIELDS LARGEST
HAUL OF OPIUM YET MADE
SUGAR SACK FILLED WITH VALUABLE DOPE LOWERED
OVER SIDE OF VESSEL ON TUESDAY NIGHT. THREE
' OFFICERS IMPLICATED. TWO BIG STEAMERS TO. AR
RIVE IN THE MORNING. QUIET IN INTER-ISLAND
The largest bclzuro of prepared
opium made ut the iiort of Honolulu
in a long time, and believed to ho i
genuine breaker In the annals of tho
picsent campaign, was confiscated
nfter it had been safely lauded ut n
point not fur from tho Railway
wharves, having been lowered over
tho sldo of the American-Hawaiian
freighter Arlzonun on last Tuesday
In the possession of the Fedcial offi
cials today ato one hundred and tv.cn-t-threo
tins of opium, with a conscr
vat he value placed upon It totalling
Third Officer Wlnklolv.Quartermua
tors Downey and Curtis, are time
members of the Arlzonun crew who
are now alleged by local officials to
havo become liiuilleiitcil hi Ihn nt.
tempi to pluce this quantity of drug
on tho Honolulu market.
Down In No. 7 caigo hold, reposod
the opium that finally found Its wn
into. a sugar suck and was then low
ered over tho stern of the steamer In
to an awaiting boat, In which were
Lcated ono or nioro men.
Opium packed In regulation sized
tins was gathered together In bundles
forming twenty tins. . Each of these
were encased In watertight tarjnitlln
aim uio larger packages wero sccuru
1 sewed within a sugar sack.
United States District Attomej
Ilrcckons and' his assistant, William
Hawllus wero given a ptetty straight
I tip jeslcrduy oenlng Just before thu
Arlzonan was scheduled to sail for
bmma un,z "' ,lle wn' or H"- Tll0'
arranged with u local Chinese to he
on hand with four chocks each calling
for sums ranging around (350. An
o Ulcer of tho Arlzonun Is said to have
gone ashore and the, transfer of tho
opium was underway 'when District
Attorney Ilawllng came to tho front
and the arrests followed,
A visit was made to the premises
of a Chinese 'storekeeper whe-o tho
remainder of tho piepared dope wax
unearthed and tho entlro lot nowie
poses In the office of the District At'
omciais wno nave nad to do with run
ulng down tho parties engaged in
smuggling ut this poit.
Opium reodlly Bells for ten dollars
a tin a( Sullmx Cruz. By the time that
It reached Snn FrnncUco It Is said
win orlug ueiween eighteen and twen
ty dollars a tin. The prevailing ruto
at Honolulu is stated on good author-
Hy as fluctuating between thirty-live
and forty dollars a tin. This flguio Is
declared to bo the-lowest known in
1 ears All this Indicates that It Is a
far more profitable venture to attempt
smuggling operations In tho Terrllory
of Hawaii than taking the Bnmo
chances' along llio west coast of the
Opium can bo landed at Sallnn Cru
I without any great amount of tioublo nu early arrival tomorrow. This ves
I or danger Is the opinion of those who sel has nu amount of Oriental cargo
W.C. Peacock Co.,M
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors TA 1704
family Trade $ Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines '
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
are familiar with the Tchuantcpeo
port. Sullnu Cruz Is a port of call for
a number of steamers coining from
tho Orient, which never visit Hono
lulu. Ono or more direct frofghtllues
Letween the Fur East and Central and
South American touch there.
While quantities of opium may leave
Hongkong for Siiliua Cruz by tho
monthly servlco operated by tiio Toyo
Klsen Knlslia lino It Is Relieved that
tho bulk'Df'lho dope letvily comoj
across by steamers In tho Mexican-
Oriental Hue and like vessels.
Tho selzuro of opium and tho flrrest
oi me iwo oiuccib caused consider
ahlu consternation among v tho local
agents of tho American-Hawaiian Hue
who wero unable to dispatch tho Ves
sel for ports of call without first fill
ing ,the pieces - of tho absentees
'Ihiough tho courtesy extended by
Collector Sackahle and District At'
lomey Ureckons, Quartermasier Cur
tis was permitted to proceed with tho
Arizona!!, with tho understanding that
ho will bo returned heio should1 his
presence bo desired In carrying for
ward tho prosecutions along the line
of attempted smuggling.
Prior to the seizure, tho Arlzonun
had been searched, although at tho
time the vessel was well filled with
Whatol the Pelican.
, Destined to navigate itho waters
adjacent to Honolulu bearing the com
moii placo cognomen, "Pelican," tho
ugw Federal quarantine launch Is
now lecelvlng addition at tho hands
of local shipwrights and should go
Into commission by the flist of thu
month. Dr. Ramus In charge of tho
local station had set his hopes on
what he believed a more euphonious
and appiOprlate name and unofficial
ly, tho high powered and speedy mo
or no.it nan ucen caned Maioio, a
Hawaiian term meaning lljlng fish.
Di. Ramus 'was advised hy Surgeon
Geneinl Wyman as follows:
"You are directed to name the now
motor launch lately received ut your
station, "Pelican," It being tho policy
of the bureau to nnme boarding
hunches of tho slzo of the ono re
ferred to nfter tho various shoro
Two Arrivals Tomorrow Morning.
Two trans-Pnclflc liners nro due to
mnko an appearanco off the port to
morrow' morning. Tho Canadlan-Aus-trallan
steamer Makura with a mini'
bor of ptssengers for Honolulu Ib ex
pected from Vancouver and Victoria
This vessol Is believed' will bring
iiiemberH of a comic opera compan)
who will opoii for a brief engagement
nt ono of tho local play houses.
Tho Mnkuia will lecclve a prompt
dispatch through the agency of T. II
Davlcs and Company: for Australian
lorts by the wray of Fanning Island.
The Toyo Klsen Kalsha liner Chlyo
Mnru from Hongkong via Japanese
ports of call la also expected to be
for discharge hero before taking tip
tli6 last leg or tllo yojago to Uu Fran
cisco, ' l'
Chlyo Cargo, One Thousand Tons.
During tho stay bf tho Toyo Klsen
Kulslm liner Chljo Maru at the port
tomorniw that vessel will leave ut
least a thousand tons cargo taken on
nt Hongkong and Japan ports The
vessel is due off tho port at an early
hour and Captain Greene has wire
lessed In to Castle and .Cooke, tho
local agents, that ho would like to
sail for San Francisco nt flvo o'clock
on tho ovenlng of the day ot arrival
The Chl)o 1b reported as bringing 110
steerage passengers Including a num
ber of Illlplnos recruited at tho Phi
lippines for woik on .Ilnwnllan sugar
estates., ' w
Makura Will Take Twenty Passengers
Twenty passengers liayo booked In
the- several classes for Australian
ports in tho Canadian-Australian liner
'Makura that Is due toiarrlve off tho
port at daylight tomorrow morning
.from Vancouver and Victoria, Tho
vessel will be dispatched through tlio
agency of, T. II. Davlcs and Company
for tho AJUIpodes nt an hour" In the
ovenlng not jet fixed. Tho'Rrltlsji
btenmer is believed bringing an opera
troupe Including seventeen perform-
Much Railway Material on the Way.
There Is approximately six bundled
tons railway material and structural
steel for discharge on the Island of
Hawaii, In the American-Hawaiian
freighter Virginian, duo to arrive nt
Honolulu on July 29th, This vessel Is
bringing Now York cargo that left the
East coast In tho steamship Georgian
on June 2nd and tho Keutuckian on
June 7th for transhipment at Tchuan
lopec. The Virginian is duo to sail
fram Seattlo for Honolulu today.
Dope Conflicated Arlzorun' Sailed.
After confiscating a number ot tins
of' opium,' tho Amo"rlcan-.Hnwalluh
freighter, minus two of hei, officers
sailed 'far Hllo and Island ports last
ovenlng. The vessel Is to discharge
a .quantity of sleol and material for
railroads on Hawaii, llefore depart
ing for Sallna Cruz, tho Arlzonan will
take on sugar to tho amount of near
ly twelvo thousand tons, for tran
shipment at Tehuantcpec, for Dclu
Helene Will Take Lumber.
Shipments of lumber, also consign
ments of fertilizer and other lines of
supplies for plantations on Dlawall
will be Included In the cargo to bo
taken by tho Inter-Island steamer He
lene scheduled to sail for the Dig Isl
and at flvo o'clock this evening. Tho
vessel will call at Koholalele, Pnuu
llo, Laupahoehoe and Papaaloa.
Lurllne Has Left San Francisco.
A cablo received nt tho offlco of
Castle and Cooke repi eventing tho
Mntson Navigation Line announces
Hie departure of tho steamer Lurllne
from Snn Francisco at 12:30 p. m.
yestoiday. Tho Lurllne Is expected
to bring a fair list of passengers and
a goodly cargo of merchandise.
Albert Play Return Engagement.
Tho venerable bark Albert Isschcdi
tiled to jiluy a return engagement
having sailed from Port Gamblo yes
terday with a full shipment of lami-
bor consigned tu Kullia und Hawaii
portB, to tho order of H. Hackfeld
Claudlne Will Carry Large List.
A largo list otN cabin passengers
and also consignments of freight will
be carried to Maul and Hawaii porta
of call In the Inter-Island steamer
mainline which is on tho berth to sail
nt live o'clock tomorrow ovenlng.
Schooner Thayer for Honolulu.
According to coast advices tho Ame
rican schooner c. A. Thnyor has been
dispatched fioni Oiays Harbor with
a consignment of lumber destined for
'Honolulu. The vossel sailed from the
Nortli Pacific iKirt on Tuesday.
Hall Sailing This Evening.
Tho Inter-Island Btenmer W. G
Hall 1b taking on n general cargo and
shipments of plantation supplies pro
paratniy to sailing at flvo o'clock this
ovenlng for Kauai ports of call.
.. ... " T" .. .. . .. t
Max ureenuuiigu or me uoyai Ha
waiian, dealer In men's fancy goods,
is leaving today for Kuuul with a lino
line of novelties made by tho Coast's
Mr. (lieenbuiig uxpectH to return in
about (i week.
Tho appralscis turned In their io
port In connection with tho cstnto ot
tho late Alicia Hatch, wife of Judga
P, M. Hatch, today. Tho leal ostn'to
is valued at ?3u,000 and the porsonal
estate at $IG,3U 89.
Wednesday, July 19.
Port Hartford Sautu Maria, Am
Btmr, p. in.
Thursday, July 20.
Taconn Robert Lowers, Am. schr,
Wednesday, July 19.
Hawaii ports Wallele, stmr., C p
Sallna Cruz via Island ports Arl
zonan, A.-H. 8, S , G p m.
Per Btmr. W. G. lull, ,for Knnal
ports, July 20. TS A. Snylor, E. Ix)
vcll, Mrs. Lovcll, Max rjreenbaugh, ,Y.
Ynmamoto, Mrs. McKenzio, II. L. Uv-
ons, R. I Halsey, Mrs. Hnlsoj, W. F.
Martin, W. V. Hardy.
4 . ,
' IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Thursday,! July 20.
YOKOHAMA-Juh 1C: Arrived. 3
S. Collier, Scottish Monarch, hence
SEAT TI.E July 18: Arrived, 8. 8
Hyndes, from Snn Francisco.
KAIIULUI-Tuly 19: Sailed, 8. S. Ill
Ionian, for Snn Francisco.
8. S. CHIYO MARU, will nrrlvo C a,
in. tomoirow und sail C p m.
8. 8. MAKURA, will orrlvo early to
morrow and sail p in.
(Continued from Page 1)
the leader in the objections lalscd.
Tho Japanese committee on Its
rounds this morning 'stated tiint oven
If tho Kotos woro to continue playing,
tho boycott would stand. i
President Chllllngworth of tho Oahu
League committee's ultimatum -was
later reported to have been modified
mid that tho boycott would nut bo lie
clurcd If the umpire Is changed.
President Chllllngworth of the Oahu
I.caguo declares that the matter of
umpires Is up to"tho management )f
Athletic Park, through an understand
ing arrived at before the series bo
gnn. President Chllllngworth tele
phoned to tho Hull elt I n this after
noon shortly nfter one o'clock that
tho Kclos will contiuiio the series.
The bojeott might be serious and
It might not. All the toams are pla
Irg good ball, and tho fans arc hop
ing tho series will continue and that
sportsmanship will prevail all around
A meeting ot representatives of tho
team, of local Japanese fans and of
tho Oahu League and Athletic Park.
was held shortly after noon today and
after considerable talk the Keto rep
resentatives promised to play tho rest
of tho series.
' TO BE CONSTRUCTED
The U. 8. naval engineers will ad
vertise In u short time for bids on tho
work to be dona In constructing the
foundations for seven Industrial build
ings nt Pearl Harbor. These bids will
not be advertised for In tho Btutcs, but
Just locally, und ivlll Include, beside the
foundations, huui gruuing, eieviuini:
and lllllng-in of the bind as Is deemed
necessary. Tho bids will opened by
Admiral Cowlcs (
Twenty-five hundred tons of steel
fabricated In tho East will arrive for
the construct!!! of these buildings
nbout the llrst ot next )eur.
Hlds will also be advertised for In
regard to thlH work, nnd If they do not
prnto satisfactory to tho naviil engln
eera, jiird lubor will bo used
The seven buildings arc composdl of
a machine sljop, foundry, forge, boiler
shop, pipe and plumbing building, and
combined wood-working shop
DIX WONT BRING
EQUIPMENT OR GUNS
The U. 8. A. T. l)lx Is laid up 'for
repairs and will not be nblo to bring
the equipment und horses of Uatterles
I) and E, First Field Artillery, thut
arrived from Ban Francisco last Thurs
day on the Sherman
According to orders, the pix should
have followed soon after, earning ev
(r) thing tho batteries needed, but with
the transport going nut of commission
until some time In August, which will
bo too late, tho Mutson steamships
I.urllqi) nnd llouoiulnn will lie presseu
Into servlid on their return trips, each
carrying the cntlru equipment nnd aitl
main for thu respective batteries, D
(lilt's gold chain nnd locket Finder
return to liullctlu otllce. lie ward
DOLLAR MAY YET
The llrltlsh Aug may yet bp hauled
down from the steamer M. 8 Dollar
now at Honolulu and the yellow
dragon banner of the Chinese Empire
bo hoisted to her masthead, Is tho
rumor that has gained credence dur
ing the past few days. ''
That the Robert Dollar Steamship
Company Is contemplating a chango
from the Drltlsii flag to tho Chlneso
In the expectation that the Chlneso
government may later be induced to
grant tho compmy n subsidy, Is thu
admission made by Stanley Dollar.
It has been,rumured during tho pnst
week thut the Dollar Lino was' try
ing to establish an Oriental lino be
tween Chinese ports, Honolulu nnd
Sail Francisco. '
At he present time the Dollar
Steamship Company operates tho
steamers Ilcsslo Dollar nnd if. S. Dol
lar between here and tho Orient' un
der tho Jlrltlsh flng. Tho vessels now
ply between Snn Francisco ind tho
Far East via Pnget Sound ports.
In command of Chief gunner C. D.
Babson, U,'S N.. tho tug Wajo,
fourth largest In tho service of, tho
United Strifes und tho lnrgist ever
teen in this, port, arrived tills morn
ing, docking at Uie Nuval SUtilort, af
ter making a most successful sVven
day trip from Sun Francisco, whence
she sailed July 12. Chief UoaUwaln
J. Leckle, U. 8V N , accompanied the
vessel on the trip nnd will return to
the mainland by the llrst available
Tho Navy Department ordered the
Navajo hero for duty ut station ship
to fill tho vacancy left by tho IroqnoU,
which was sont to Mnro Isluiid for
much needed repairs She rs;14l feet
over all and bus a beam of; L'Snfeet
and mean draught of 14 feet.5
At one tlmo she wns u coal burner
known us tho "General Hubbard" of
Philadelphia, -but when tnkenover by
the U. 8. government she .wds-re-chrlstoned
and converted Into nn oil
burner, consuming 3500 gallons n day
with n capacity for carrying 1700 bar
rels of oil. '
The Navajo Is one of threol gov em
inent tugs equipped with n 1000 h. p.
towing engine. This englno' has an
enormous 6-Inch steel wire hawser
1G0 fathoms In length und is Voted as
being the most powerful cable for
towing In existence.
Freo from ull fancy trimmings, 'the
Navajo gives ono the Impression of a
great powerful ambitious 'hulking
sea brute that would yunk and haul
the barges and rafts with greatest
cuse, und from whtit"hcr commander
Chief aunner llabson, su)s, she lives
up to all impressions. '
Tho trip from San Francisco, to
Honolulu was made In exceptionally
good time for a tug, her engines nev
er bulking once. "
Defore sailing she was equipped,
with u wireless outllt, her old ono, be
Naval Station Dock No 3 will, be
the Navnjo's permanent station so
thut she will always bo ready for any
emergency at sen that may arise, and
to tow barges to Pearl Harbor. All
inivcmcnts will bo ordered by Hear
She carries u crow of 25 men, ono
chief engineer, two machinist's mates,
three oilers and three firemen make
up the engine force, and three quar
termasters, an electrician, hospital
steward, yeoman, ship cook, steward,
mess attendant, curpentor rnato,
three seamen and three ordlnurys
make up the remainder.
Temperatures. 0 a. in . 75; 8 a. in ,
75; 10 a. in, E0; noon. BO; moinlng
Barometer, 8 o. m, 30 08; absoluto
humldit), 8 a. In, C549 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity', 8 n in ,
70 per cent; dew point, 8 a m , 04,
Wind, G a. m , voloelty C, direction
E; 8 a. m , velocity 5, direction D; It)
n ni . velocity 9, direction E; noon,
velocity 12, direction E.
llnlnfalUdurlng 24 hours ended 8
a. m , none.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at uoon, 225 miles.