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lliiiiiilulii Chnplir Koj al
Irdi lit grit-.
Al vliltlng membarn of tfte
Order arc cordially Invltid to
attend meeting! of local ledf M
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
UARINE ENGINEERS' Amo.
.CHEFICIAL Anp.IATIOK. elation, cor
SAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every nrst and third Thura
laye of oach month at Knlghta of
Pytblaa Hall. Waiting brother! eor
tUUy Invited to attend.
W. J. nOUlNBON, Sachem.
11 V. TODD". C. of H.
tONOLUIU AERIE, 140, , 0. Z.
Meeta on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening! ot each month at
J: 30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Tort itreeti.
VUltlnic Eagles r.re Invited to at
OHO A DAVIS W. P.
l C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616. B. F, 0. E,
Honolulu Lodge No. SIS, B. P. O,
Clke, meets !n tbelr hall, on King
Itreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
'nvlted to atteui.
i). v. n isn.MBnna, n it.
di:o. t Ki,uuai:t sec.
WM. MoKINLEY L0DOE. NO. 8,
K. of F.
'" Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
fiA, tvenlng at 7:30 o'clock la K. of P.
Wf, . Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Vlelt-
r -ting brothers coruiauy invuea u at
P. F. KILBEY, C. C.
E. A. JACOIJSON, K. It. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every llrst ami third Friday ut
7-i.d ii'cltiele, Pythian Hull, tinner Here
tunlu unil Fort streets. Visiting broth
fern cordially Invited to attend.
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i inipui lei; rutiui
MILTON & PARSONS
have received ex Lurllne 8TREET
i-'and DRESS HATS; alio the latest In
OSTRICH BANDS and TRIMMING
' i Hotel 8t, opp. Youno Phone 3088
Mrs. S. F. Zeave,
Temporarily closed while away on
, buying trip. Open again In September.
63 Young Building
New Stylish Hats
Summec'etylee In millinery at par-
l MI8S POWER
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
Weekly Hnllfatln II per year.
Room for New Arrivals
TURN TO HAWAII
Inter-Inland steamers reaching Ho
nolulu within the pant few days huve
been bringing what Is claimed nn un
usual number of Spanish, Portuguese,
ltusslnn and Filipino passengers.
That they hope to obtain employ
inent here Is scouted mid relegnter
to the realm of Improbability.
California fruit cutinurs lire sulci to
lia hud agents at work In Home of
thu Island districts, und tliu exodus
of plantation laborers to this city Is
believed a result of souio excellent
but nonetheless elTuctlve cumpalgn
lug Two steamers will depart for tho
coast with thu llrst of the coming
week. The .MatBim Navigation liner
I.urllne leaves on Tuesday, followed
by thu Oceanic steamship .Sierra (on
Wednesday. Both vessels huve steer
ngu iiccommodatlons for nearly one
hundred and fifty ste.eruge passengers.
As a general rule thu passengers
selecting steenigu accommodations do
not book much beroru thu advertised
time of sailing
In speaking of u possible renewal
of recruiting operations In these) Isl
ands, nil olllcer In thu .Sierra said this
morning that the scaiclty of lubor on
thu roast which might bo diverted to
the canneries Is cruising much con
cern to the employers. The fact that
the packers of fruit in thu northern
part of the country hne been urg
ing those who wanted to workthls
summer tu nuke application by reg
istering curly Indicated that u scarcity
of help hud been anticipated und tho
wage schedule was being considered
by those w ho Intended working In the
fruit this year.
Tho eoust fruit crop Is stated to bo
fust ripening und cumiers will huvu a
largo output provided sulllclent labor
cun bu secured to tldo over the short
age now uppurent
Thu movement of plantation labor
ers now In thu city will bu watched
w mi more than passing Interest.
Although them weio not .tunny
cases on tho siliru court calendar lo
keep Judge Mousarrat busy this
morning, thole was enough work to
keep tho court officials wide awnke.
K. Yninudu, charged with embezzle
ment was up for trlul tills morning
Attorney J. Llghttoot, who appeared
lor hi in oeinuried to tho wording of
complaints. Ho claimed that while
thu complaint read that the defend
ant was charged with embezzlement
of $12, it did not necessuilly piuo
Mint tho sum of $12 was tho guld in
rllver money of tho United Stuteg of
America, und ol thu valuo of 112. Pro
(editing Attorney Brown admitted
Ughtfoot's contention ninl' aslied
leave of tho court to amend his
i li i,..i, ...lilf.l. .. i..i ,ml
..,..,,, mi. wi nun fjiitidiii.
At tho conclusion ot the trial xif
Ynmndu. the court found him not
guilty and illschaigod him. Two oth
er charges of embezzlement were pro.
furred ngulnst Ynm.ida.
John Knlial, employ (d at (ho mar
Ino railway was sent to Jail for ona
year, for striking I'ololu, a fellow em
ploy o there, with n long iron luV.
I'ololu was In comt this morning will,
It. Kulllt, who bent his wife, was
I'ni'd $23. Kenlnha, whom Nulwl, mi
aged Huwall.iiii charged with having
assaulted him last week, was dis
charged by Jiiilgu Mousarrnt. Nalwl
whs an ox-soldier III tho Hawaiian
army, during tho iclgn or King Kn
lakiiiut. Chu Bho and Yap See, his wife,
weie In court, charged wllh nssaull
and battery Their trial was post
poned for two days.
Are you mirroring from Orchitis,
Hemorrhoids, Enlarged Prostuto or
Impotence? It so you need specific
as well us systemic treatment. I
can reach directly the purt affected
und emu without knife or drugs.
Or. S. S. SMITH, Osteopath,
Metropole Bldg., between Ho
tel and Beretania Streets.
NOT A MONEY MAKER
Theiu Is no loyal load to getting
rich (iilck by the collection of gar
biigu In thu city mid counly of Hono
lulu. Siipoiliitendcnt Costa filed n
lepoit with the city fntlibrH today In
which ho states that during tho past
four mouths ending with June .tilth
that wing of oily administration ex
pended $n IT. 1.S2 out of nu appropria
tion of ?.';ooon leaving u bulauco un
expended of $14.1,18.
The total amount collected by tho
gal huge department wuu $VJ000.
August 1 to 15
Personal attention to all orders.
CITY TRAN8FER CO. (Jat. H. Love)
BUGOLOGISTS WOULD REPEL
INVASION OF CATERPILLAR
TIMELY WARNING THAT INSECT WAS ON SIERRA FINDS
EHRH0RN, KUHNS AND CARTER PRESENTING UNITED
FRONT. LURLINE TO TAKE LARGE SHIPMENT OF
TINNED PINES. VIRGINIAN DUE EARLY WITH NEW
Terrlloilal Superintendent of Knto
niolugy Khrhoin and his nblo assist
ants In tho never (.tiding pursuit ot
the ijcsterfurous and destructive In-
beet. Inspectors Kuhns und Carter,
piesented u united and rormiuanin
front at Oceanic whaif thlt morning.
They weio on hand to gleet the unl-
ul or the liner Siena from Han frun
clsco. Wldl, ililu mlelit tint hit considered
a novel proceeding uiion thu part of!
the local force or bug chasers, tneso
Tcrilturlal otllcluls appeared on thu
scene at nu unchristian like hour this
iiioiulug w ruling among other things,
un expression -, of ileleimlnutlon lo tin
battle with un unknown foe,
1'iom tho Sierra thiiro had been
Hashed Ihu wlieless warning Unit u
glnnt caterpillar lul been round among
thu cargo. It was u now and stiailgo
object, in that It ciuwled and defied
n proier clasElflcutlon oven fioinsuch
learned an authority as the genial Dr.
Clarke, tho HIerru surgeon.
Siiiierluteudeut Khrhorn had gained
(nu iiecit ui iiid ni(-ii,( iiciuiu tiic
gangway hud been made fust.
Inspector Carter, hacked up by
inunths of oxperienco on tho water
front in I opening tho iiuestlonaliload
vancoH made by llioeluslvo stowavvuy.
stood guard on thu wharf below. As
blstunt Kuhns sought a belujlng plu
und ir tho thing that crawled, essnvod
n passenger or rrelght gangway? It
would he only after tho last sad rites
had been said over nil that was mui
ta (it ut least two time tried bug
chasers, Purser Tom Smith had a merry
twinkle In his eyes tin ho cscoitcd tho
Territorial Entomologist to thu utter
purt of tho good ship Sierra und there
pointed out a bulky package weighing
ir,,;isr, pounds, encased In wood and
111 feet long, seven feet wldo and llvu
leet high. "The catui pillar" for Unit
l what It is called, Is tho laigest
single piece ot cargo in tho 1750 Ions
freight brought to this pint. It Is
consigned to Kllaucn Plantation, on
Kauai, thiough the agency of C.
Hi ewer and Company. Tho Cater
pillar Is n gigantic machine, driven
by gasoline motor, and is construct
ed for tho pin posit of hauling heavy
loads over any stufuco fioni paved
streets to tho mcky side or a hill or
through the muck and mud or a
nowly plowed ilco field.
Tho machine is said to ho tho first
ever Introduced In tho islands. It Is
nude by tho Holt Mnnuructurlng
Company, or Stockton, CaK. nnd will
pull anything with two ends. It Is
known us a caterpillar In (lint In Us
construction and movement, thu ma
chlno much icsembles the" method ot
locomotion followed by tho Insect in
getting over the ground.
Tho Sierra was ulougsldo tho.whnif
with her accustomed pioinptueso this
morning. Purser Smith lopoiteil a
fine trip down from tho coast. Eighty
four cabin and four steerage pusScn
gcrs left thu vessel, hut not until each
hud pnssed In lovlew und told Puiserj'Arlionan to Salt from Port Allen To.
Smith, Ir Clark, Chlet Steward Car- moVrow.
leton nnd otheis what a line time'' Tho Amcilcnn-Hnwn'ltnn freighter
they hud on tho way down.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
. ( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JULY
Four nulos arrived, two Tor a local
ImporlliiK linn and two belonging lo
Ono hundred and thlity sacks of
Inter mainland mall auUid. The SI
erra will begin to take on cargo and
prepare ror sailing for Han Fiuiiclsco
on next Wednesday morning,
Pleasant Catherlng at Seamen'a Instl.
'fho Scuincn's Institute wns
scene of u very enjovablo sociable
ll ntrmti,.' A imii'mm In rlinriro
of Hurry Turner was most favorably
lecelved. Asslstfd by n bevy of ladles
who urllelikte.0''liiB6verul accept-
uble vO'cal ilunibers tho time passed)
The piesonco of u German nnd Bri
tish vesse at tho port resulted hi
the alknda'ijce of a laigo nunibor of
sailor, men. During, the course of tho
evening slings and hi let addresses
weio In older, Tho lino gramophone,
thu pioperty or the British steamship
Wnddon wwsj pressed Into service. Tho
Seamen's Institute Is In need of mag
azines and books. A cull has been
sent lorth with Iho hope Hint I hose
who have lending matter on hand will
llllwllc tlmint.t Ullpli fir t!la1l l(ir, nu
,. ,, s,ial c.t, to tho visiting sallois.
Lurllne Back Tomorrow.
Thu Malson Navigation steamer
l.uillno Is at Knliiilul today nnd Is
duo back at Honolulu tomouow morn
ing. The l.urllnu will tuku away one
of the laigest consignments of tinned
pineapples of the season. Shipping
Manager John Drow has seemed ut
least ivveul) thousand eases or canned
pineapples us u poll Ion of tho caigo
destined for Sin Francisco. Tho I.ur-
liuo Is Inking sugar to Iho amount ut
.,, lit tons. Piuulcally all thu fi eight
taken h) die I. inline when that ves
sel sails for Iho coast will he sup
plied Ihiougli Honolulu A fulr list of
passengers huvu been hooked ror Sun
Horses to Arrive In Virginian.
When Iho Ainerlc in - Hawaiian
lielgliler Vliglulnii arrives ut tho lit
tomorrow morning theiu will bo ono
hundred and lltteen head ot Una
horses on deck consigned to tho Club
Stables. The stock has been shlpiied
liom 1'iigct Sound. Tho Virginian's
cargo also Includes- u lurgo quantity
of cnriugated Iron looting und sonio
shipments or railway material. The
Virginian .will lomalu uf tho port for
tnvuial davs before taking tho tie
pail uru for Islmd ports to load sugar
r., u .ii.... ,.. ....
,.,, kit,, ,ll, Vll,
Santa Rita Here Wltl
All early uiilvul.ut tho pprt this
morning was tho Ameilcan on slenin
er S.uila Hllu from Port Hartford
with iibniit fifteen thousand bnuels
of fuel oil. The vessel went nlong-
slilo the rullwny 'wharf to discharge.
Ailzouaii will sail from Port Allen
28, 1911.. , j
fur Sal I n a Cruz wllh twelve thousand
lima uiif.nr Imiifiri-nu Tlin vnaunl .till
ed nt 1 1 1 lo during the earlier part of
nur siay in (nu iikwhiiiiii 'isuiuur.
The Arlzouan left n largo amount ot
i all way material nt tho Hawaii purt.
Mauna Loa Off at Noon.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Mauna
l.oa with a large number of passen
gers mid a freight list Including ship
ments of fertilizer, lumber and plan
tation milling machinery sailed nt
noon today ror Kona and Kuu )ort
of call. Tho Milium l.oa carried pas
sengers who will leave the vessel nt
Maul ports us well.
' Per O.sS. B. Blerrn from San.Frnn
clsco, July 28. P. S. Alter, Miss M.
K. Aubrey, Mrs. C. J. llalley, J. J.
Baker. Mrs. linker. Clyde Baldwin, l)i
K. (J. Bensley, H. F. llechert, Mrs.
llechcrt nnd two chlldien, Mrs. M. I,.
Bolt In. Mrs. O. J. BoUls, . H. Brown
Mrs. Blown, Mis. Campbell nnd 'child.
I-. A. Center (. Cownn, Mrs,. Cowan,
B, Cressnly, Alls. C, 1). Chrlsloplier
sen nnd two children, J. I,. Cockburn,
Mrs. Cockburn, Mrs. P. M. Coon, T
H. Davis, a. V. DuBell. Miss M. Den
nis, .1. A. Dunbar, Mrs. P. A. Eckart,
W A, L'ckart, JIIss C. W. ElckholT,
Miss Klhcl. Falrweuther, Mrs. It. V,
Foster, C. W. (Jlrvlu. Mrs. J. W. (Ur
vln, Miss I.oulso Olrvln. W. A. Hall,
K. J. Hardtner, Mrs. Kmclle Harri
son. Master llnirlsou, (1. W. Hawkins,
Mrs. S. M. llolbrook .!. K. Hughes.
I.. M. Hunt, Mrs. Kllzalioth Hunt, S.
K, KaiiinloTilll, Miss Klhcl Keating,
Dr. C. V. Kent, Mrs. Kent, A. E
Larimer, Hugo I.uddcrs, Mis. Caesar
Mlsch, Waller Mlsch, Prank' Myull,
Jerry Mynllv Mrs. S. St. Neodliani, M.
A. Nlcoll, Mrs. Nlcoll, Fred Phllp
Mrs. l'hllp. Dr. T. K. l'ollorton. Miss
M. Raggett, Miss I -aura Ileauies, Miss
Anita lthodes. Miss Lois Rhodes, K
H. lllder, Chas. lllstschy, Mrs. Itlsts
cll'- Miss E. J. Itott, Mrs. O. C. Boss,
I,. 'T. HoSS, J. (I. ItotllWell. J. H. SO-
l,er. J- M. Sllukard, Miss ldlllu
Spence, A. f. Spoarc '.Mrs. Sieare,
Arthur Tlbbs, a. C. Wwlor, B. E.
Per Ktmr. Claudlne for Hawaii and
Maul, July 28 Kev it R Smith, II T
Wnlty, Miss M. Qulnii. Miss M. Jaeger
Mrs. II. .Incger, li M. Desha, W. P
Per stmr. Manna. I-oa, for Kona nnd
Knu itoils, July 28. fl. P. Kumauoh i.
Mis. Barclay, M, K. Makckuu, Mrs
Makokau, Miss M, Ahun.i, Miss Ann,
James Campbell, Dr. II. L. Boss, M
Bartelles, Mrs. Baitelles, Mrs. W. H.
MeW'uvne, ulnrenco McWajne, P. M
Per slmr. W. O. Hall, for Kaii.il
pulls, July 28. Ii Woiiilwnid, (leu.
Per stmr. Mauna Ken, for Hllu and
wny iorls, Aug. 1. Miss Clnult, Miss
McKcuzle, Mis. Cutler. Mrs. At mint
Mis. C. M. Shlpmuu, Miss M. Mc
IH'rmott, Miss Wooiiroid, Miss P
Lawrence, Dr. I.lnde, Mrs. I.lude, Mis
Snnderson, Miss Sanderson, N. 1',
I.ennon, Mnry Crevves, Mrs C. Phil
lips, Mrs, J. S. Douughii, J. S. Dona,
gho, W. Douugho. J. A. Mctlulre. C,
F. White, II, Wilder, Mis. Wilder,
Miss Lambcisoi: Mis. J, A. Burl fold,
Miss Williams, Miss D. Taylor.
Per stmr, Mlknhula, for Maul and
Moloknl porls, Aug. 1. Dr. Notlage,
Miss I Hosmer, Miss J. I.. Parke
Per slmr. Klnaii for Kauai ports,
Aug. 1. Mis. J, II, Cummlngs, "Mien
E. Cummlngs, Mrs. C, S. Splllnor,
Miss Berry, MlssNIi 11. King, Miss
Kinney, Miss Bulger, Miss Fnssolh,
Miss Anna Tucker, Mis, Ernest Wat
Per stmr. Claudlne, ror Hawaii and
Maul pints, Aug. 1. Mis. J. K. Akau,
Fov. P. A. Baylor, Mrs. Baylor, D. O.
Thayer, M. Browne, Mrs. Biowno.
As u losuJt of tho nioveinent among
Punchbowl iihIiIiuIs for speedy action
In adjusting thu piufeunllal lights us
betwiyu thu govirnuieiit, thu Kuploluul
Ustatu ami thu lemees, a committed of,
lueo bus bcin mil i icd by Ihu executlvu
iiiiuuilUeu nf Ihu Aiiwiilbllmu luipiovi
niept dub lu lake the matter up with
The comniltUc consists of V V. AVII
miii, A. W Mauallliio und A. II. Vlclrn,
They vviro named ut u inciting ield
Ii) San Antonio Hall last evening. Their
mission will bu to liasliu the mljiist
ini ut of, rights ol lessees us well us to
usiist thu mm i nun, nt In reiubliig uu
iqultable ngKiinenl with thu Kiiplo
hull Hstate. Tim iiiiiiiiillteu will rep
resent, thu large, body of l'ojtugui sound
other lus'scea who me complaining of
delay un thu pint of thu guvirniiient.
Clarence II. Wnlker, tho aviator,
nnd his bride, who wns Miss Carolina
lllven, had to cut short their honey
moon tour in Honolulu because Moth
er Wulker suddenly stopped her
parental remittances and her son was
short o n meal ticket, according to it
story published by tho Sun Frunelsco
Exnmlucr on July 21. The Examiner
Clarence Walker, the young aviator,
und his bride, the former Miss Cnio
llna lllven, were forced to cut short n
honeymoon tour around thu globe
when his mother, Mrs. Atlheu Wulker,
widow of the late David F. Walker,
suddenly stopped his monthly allow
ance notwithstanding .Unit He is en
titled to u silo of 'tho $1,r,nn,Q0U
Walker estate, now in litigation.
'fe reason ror tho abbreviated
lfoncynioon became known yesterday
when the couple visited Han Mateo,
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
und Mrs. John lllven.
Mother Walker, who holds the fam
ily purse strings, was opposed to thu
marriage un tho ground of her sou's
youth, he being 2.1 years of age. The
widow und her daughter, Mrs. Komild
Smoot of' Scuttle, did not attend thu
Keallzlng that her son would nt
tetnpt u reconciliation ut the llrst op
portunity, Mrs. Wnlker has purposely
kept out of his path. Scveritl days
ago the vvldpvv was In Palo Alto, but
when she learned Unit her son and
his bride weiu leturnlng she hastily
departed. She Is now In Seattle.
Tho young aviator's letters to his
mother In which hu asked for forgive
ness, and Incidentally thu continuance
of his monthly allowance, remain un
answered. Walker s aviation exierlences huve ',
cost his mother ,uu even $lr,,u0O umkl
ll(J HUB IIVCIUKU (HUl (IK IV (Till ,(J '111,
Young. Wulker has now under con
sideration ii trip to Seattle, for the
purpose ot attempting to effect a ro
concllllullon with his mother; His
friends deem it advisable for him to
delay this mission lis Indications uru
that the journey at this time would
Dcuth may fulluw n murderous nt
taik nuiilu about 3 o'clock this morn
ing upon n Chinese night vvatclun in,
Jim, ut the Lewis stables on King street.
Two 'hundred unit forty dolhus In thu
pocket of tlui t'hluainan Is believed to
liuwi evclted the cupidity nf tho rubber
unit tu havu led tu the attack.
As u result of thu iihsuiiII, thu Ciluii
lu.'ili Is now ut the Queen's Hospital,
with 'Ms head badly Hit nnd bruisul,
while Ills UKjulluiit Is still ut large. Thu
money was uiveil, thu lubber leaving It
when the noise of thu struggle attivrt
ul pi nolo tu the scene.
Jliii, who has been einplujcd ut llm
sluhliH ror thu lust ten years, wns
dressing lu his room when thu buiglar
inteieil nnd iillacke-el hliu fiuin behluil
with u club of l.luwe, Thu blows
IiiK kid Jim senseless, hut his cries
bruught Frank Luivls, n bi other of li
11. Lewis, to his nsslstaui'e. Ily that
tljuu the buighir hud left thu room anil
Wits seen liy 11 lltlllllier in piopiu iciimiik
Tho Chinese, who rerelvid four deep
cuts un thu head, was Immediately cuu-
veyeil lo thu Queen's Hospital, where
Ills Injuiles went attended lo by phy
sicians. Hopes uiu elite! tallied for his
Tho man wlio attempted to nuirder
Jim In not known tu Lewis. It Is bu-
lluved that thu Chlnnnyin, nfler he Is
well enough lo talk, will bu 'ublu to
tell the police who Ills assailant was.
The club used tljls morning by the.
burglar was wrapped In u piece of
The Chliiuiiiun used to go ubuiit thu
cltv u guud deal with 0 lends or olhir
nationalities, and It Is suspcc'tcil Dial,
nunc or thesu knew ho had uccutnu
hi ted u llttlu money und utteiiipted to
IN FOREIGN FORTS.
Friday, July 28.
PEATTI.E Airlvod, July 28: S. S.
Mexican, Horn San Francisco.
SAN PBANCISCO Airlvcd, July 27:
Schr. Honolpu, rieim liana, July 1.
The United Stntes district court
will ileal with the matter or natural
ization tomoriow. Thu lust Saturday
In tils month Is always kept nsldo
ror this und ir anyone lulls to show
up then thoy huvu lo wait unotlior
All Is In readiness for the big polo
game ut I.elehim tomorrow.
The OiiIiii ponies have bien shipped
to the sceiiu of bnttle nnd will be given
n good rest today before going Into thu
The boys n presenting lhi( home (lull
me In high spirits and feel (.unllilent
nt tho outiiime. One change has In en
ininlo,lii the team, nnd Unit Is that Har
old Dillingham will play Initcad or
The rifth Tavnlry siiinil linn hum
doing mum tall prill tlo work, shaping
up Its tfiiiiiuurk much belli r than mi
the fourth. Dunk's ponies nri lint In
such line condition ns they iiiIkIiI be.
nnd pending their Improve mint he will
act only ns suh until the tournament
next month flhiririun, who prmed n
bail one to buck up ngnlnsl In former
games, will take his place.
The evint tomorrow Is going t ho
great, n gumii'wltli lots nf speed juiil
smashing to It. To rapture honors vv 111
mean n great deal to cither tdini.
showing them Just how iiiik Ii show they
have uf winning tlin Inter-lslnml tour
nament A big crowd of enthusiasts mini Ho
nolulu Is pn paring to ro tu l-elliliua to
rout nitnlnst 1M0 military folk ruinnriil
to be present.
The gnmo will commence promptly
nt :i o'clock All thniu runilllar with the
managing stnfT of the tennis had bet
tor not f,rrlve In I.clleliiin any later
than thai time. They will surely miss
the game, ns promptness of schedule
has nlivnys been their motto.
Tho teams will lilt) up us follows:
Oiihu Hiii old Dillingham, 1; Humid
Cnslle. 2: Waller Dillingham, 3: It V.
Puvalry Ueut Shirld.in. 1; I.lcut
Hansen. 2:, t'apt. Foisjlhe.. 3J Lieut.
Quckemover, irf if '' ) -?
(Continued from Paqe 1)
interest bolovv tho original tour per
cent offered. Tho highest amount
will work out nt 11.85 per cent. Then
comes Iho next bid ut ll.'JU per cent
und lately the big sum ut Hill per
Tho llguicn compare very closely
with tho second Issue of lUUa hut this
was wily for $fiiMi,J0(i. The amount
Mil for this was at tho into or UU -H7."
vvhltli Is Just u sli.ulu under Ihu
1U1.2S made by the thlld accepted hid-,
dor lu this Instance. '
"It Is very gratifying;." sajd Iho .
('oveinor this iiioiulug, "and wo tuo
nil veiy plensed with the icsult. I
huve cabled to New York advising to
accept tho two highest bids for the
roll amount and then to tako tho lo
liiulnder out of thu big bid olTeied
by tho third on thu list. Tho lesulls
beat anything that vvu hivo over put
ontho miiiket befoiu mid this Is ex
ceptionally good coiislileilng the tict
that Ihu bond maikel h.i.i been lu a
very tow state dm lug Iho last two
"There Is one slnto I know of on
Iho mallilaid ut tho pieseut 'llmo
whoso laws do not allow It to accept
any bids below par and thoy liavo '
noi'been nblo lo get a par bid for their '
bonds. This Issue will mean n big
advertisement for us on Ihu mainland
nml should materially help out tho
second Issue, to bo made net year.
It Is by fnr Iho laigest Issue and
hair millions uuthoiieil.
"It is only about tlueo weeks slnco
tho President signed Ihu uppiot.il or
Iho IAhiio und I consider that Iho iiiu'c
bus been put through In u lemnrk
uhly slioit lime. There was a big
amount oC detail to bu attended tu In
New Yolk und tho bonds have ill
leady been minted and should bo
down heio now In a veiy slioit tlnin
ror signing up.''
"Yes," put In Secretaiy Moll-Snillh,
who wns ulso gloating over tho ie
bulls, "it Is not n bad pleco or limine.
Ing for n homesteader, Is It?"
FOR MOUNTAIN KING
Mountain King stockholders bavo re
ceived the not altogether wtleomu news
that an assessment uf six cents ushurii
bus been levied II Is explained hi u
circular Hint the mine was iiuni iged
soinn ilei)i thousand dolhus by Hood
w'tteis that wricked Humes,
.Mountain King slock If hugely held
hern. At lino time Is wns bought heav
ily by locul capitalists.
-BULLETIN AD8 PAY-