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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JULY St, 1911.
All visiting mcmbern of tke
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M.
..,.,.-77,n,. if rA Members oi
amnc r.nuinrcny .. .
JEWEFIC1AL AVIATION, elation, cor.
HAWAIIAN TBIBS, No. 1, 1. 0. B. X.
Meets every first aad third Thure
4ays ot each utantb. at Knlghti of
Pythlai Hall. Visiting brother eor
(lallr Invited to attend.
W J HOHINHON. Sachem.
i: V. TODD. O. or II.
BONOLUIU AF-ME, 140. . 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of r. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Ennles are Invited to at
OHO A DAVIS W. P.
WSI C. McCOV, Sec
tONOLtJLTJ LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. 818, B. P. O.
Clki, meets in their hall, on King
treet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers art cordially
'nTlted to attend.
d r. it. lsnNnurta, u n.
ailO T. KLUKQEL, Bee.
MoKINIEY LODGE. HO.
X. of P.
Meeci erery 2nd and 4th Saturday
tenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanta. Visit
ing brother! cordially Invited to at
tend. F. F. KlLIIISr, C. O.
K. A. JACOIISON, K. n. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets ever first und third Friday at
7 50 o'clock. r)thlm lfal, corner Ilrrc
talild and I ort streets Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend
h DHCKUIt, C C
O" HKINi:. 1C of It . S
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
have received ex Ltirllne STREET
and DRE8S HATS I alio the latest In
OSTRICH BANDS and TRIMMING.
Hotel St., opp. Young
Mrs. S. F. Zeave,
Temporarily closed while away on
buying trip. Open again In September.
68 Young Building
ADVANCE SHOWING 'rOF
MISS POWER'S PARLORB
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Weekly BuIlwUn II per jear.
WORK WILL NOT
Construction of Pearl Harbor
Buildings to Continue
The Ann and Nav Journal gave out
oome misleading Information when It
tuted In IIb columns that work on tlio
Pearl Harbor buildings would bo held
buck six months, be canto of the now
method cmploed In constructing the
bottom ot the drjdork by driving 1000
lilies Into the barber lloorlng.
Nn(urall), thin pile, driving can not
lie ilmii) In n short space of time, but
It wilt In no wh hold hack tho i recl
ine of liny buildings In the naval ard
The naval engineers here hive not
em lienul of audi n contemplation on
tho imrt of the Wnr Dcpirtmcnt On
tho inntrnr) the have received orders
to riiHh the buildings along.
IIIiIh lire now being ndtrtlsed for by
tin uivnl engineers for concrete intin
dttlnim of the seven llidliflrl.il build-
i(s to In ercited the llrst of tho tar
nt I'enrl llnrbor.
file government bun Just pliccd n
contrail with tho U S Steel Products
i'ii to Find, Into In Dei ember, the col
umn", bcnun, truses, girders, etc, of
steel no Unit the in lull construction
ciin be nii-lii d nlnng
The bldM for tho foundations will be
reiclvcd nt the iiimmauil int's oilier, U.
f Navnl Station, until 11 o'clock, An-
gut 21 nntl then opened Tho nvvnrd
I" to le ;iiule nbofit September 1 and
the wirk must start Immediately oftr
Thrie months Is the time limit In
which the tnnMruttlnn inunt bo finish-
1 That will nllow- two or throo weeks
to nparo before the slecl work com
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Seikithl Koliara Hied nn nppllca
tinii for a divorce this mornltiK against
Keku Koliala on I ho grounds of w ill ill
W It Castle filed hU second annu il
reKirt this morning 'as guardian of
Ultima Thomas, n minor. Tho nc
counts show a balance of 57!.7l.
Judge V. 1. noblnrnn granted t
ilecreo of divorce this morning In
connection with fho cafe, of Takulchl
Muruoka against ShlnaMurnokH.
Judge Wise, of Hllo, has decided
emphatically so. that hereafter Jap
anoso shall not go about the Cres
cent clt dressed In garments that
cxposo limine amount of pegs and
Manuel P. do Sllva Is to file a pro
test against a mortgage held, by
Charles Clonics Shesler and which
he nllegos was gained through false
representation lie nfflrms that he did
not know what he was signing.
An amended answer was filed this
morning In connection with the? case
of tho Club Stables, Ltd, ngalnst II.
Ilordorn with R. McWajne as gar
nishee Horilon denies nil tho charges,
nml slato that ho was commissioned
by Ihe Club Slnhlcg lo do tho work
Attorney (iencinl A. Lindsay, Jr.. Is
bus, working on tho new board of
health livvs which are lo bo Incor
porated In President Molt-SniUh's re
port, although In legal phraseology,
tho jnro easily understood and ho docs
not think that thebo will bo any Iron
bio with tlicm.
Alfred OCampo applied .this morn
ing for a motion from Judge W. J.
Hoblnsou lh.it Nellie O'Campo and
Amlkii Knoull ho arraigned for con
tempt or tourt The decision was
given and they lire lo appear on Mon
day next and In Ibo meantime been
prevented from Inking an Infant, ICIzi
O'Campo awny lo Hawaii,
MISS M. F KINNKV of tho city
schools n turned IIiIb morning, from a
visit to Hawaii nml Maul.
II p WOOD, secretary of tho Ha
wall promotlo'i Committee, will leave
In September for the ,Cnast,
I.ADY LAWrtHNCF, a tourist, re
turned with a (iirty of volcano visit
nrs In the Minimi Ke,i this morning
Mil AN) MRS. i:. C. VAUOHAN
a ro hit k fmn e bridal lour which In
cluded 11 short slay at Iho Volcano
JAMHS A. WILDim was nmoug Hid
retiring passengers In tho steamer
Mu'iina Kca fiom Hawaii und Maul
ports this morning.
F. r WAMlRON will ictlro from
Iho Foilcrnl grand Jury noxt Monday
Ho opccls to leave 011 the Sierra
Wednesday for Fevernl weeks' (binl
ness trl nlnng Iho const
W, It. SjJOIT, asslftanl general
manager of Iho Southern Paclllc, Hall
road and Mrs Scolt. returned thU
inoiiilng In Iho Milium Ken nflor a'
lellhtfiil visit at tho volcano.
(li:onoi: OAI,I, Is roported to ii
lecovering nicely from tho erteciH of
1111 oj.or.itloii at tlio Queen's Hospital
into 1I.1) jst wiok.j Ho opettH In
lie .iliciut lii ten 01 tvvelvu davs.
IfltANK K THOMPSON, vvliobo 1 pl-J
,ir hoiio was broken Hi me uctiiioni
to his automobile IhbI Sunday ulghl,
was able to be nt his office for r
biiort whllo todav His arm Is In 11
sllug. hut, he smiles as usual..
Tho raso.of r K. Thoninson ngalnst
the American Clay Machinery Com- rarri.nbbiif'onQ huiidrtsl and thlr
pan tho Honolulu Lava llrlck Com- ty cniiln passenger's. Wlien.lt.ls tak!n
pany. Ltd. garnishee, has been ills- 1..1JJ roiiKlderallon 'that the Sierra ton
Personal attention to all orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. It. Love)
Mln'dVro Will Load Hardwood Ties for
T'O call fjir a full aliopinonl of hard''
wood railway ties Ibo schooner MlnJ
dorn Is dallj expected nt Hllo. Tho
vessel left Honolulu some dajs ngo
after having left a consignment of
lumber. I'urser Phillips reports the
schooner (Inniblo as the mil vessel
at Hllo nt tlio lime of dcpartiiro of
the Maitna Kc.i
The Mary Wlnklcman, bound for
Hllo from Htirckn wllli a cargo of
redwood. Is duo llierc at any time.
lis she Is 1G ila.vs out from tlio Cali
Tho tsdiooiicr A I'. C'o.ites. from
Pucot Sound with lumber for Hllo
port, Is now 1.1 davs out.
Tlio schooner llorealls Is scheduled
to leave on Jul 29 from i'JtKct Sound
going first to Mnhuknna and then,
mining to Hllo tonrpmnJcte her cIIim
rharglng. ,' i!
Tho schooner Albert Is loading cm
tho Sound for KiiTlua,
.. . . ' i."l .
NO Hcpori irom partaiiiu. . ja ., l
No report tins cn, rjcc)v)!dot;,,lia
nminint of Biigr.r on linnd at llnsiu
(hough with Ibo rtturn of tlio Mtin,i
Ken from Havvnll Un.Mjiuf portHllils
morning. Purser, l'lillllps. Iiroiiglit Mm
following recopf nf sugar avvnltlu
shipment: Olna 5230. .Wiimkca 12,00(1,
Hawaii Mill lUJO, ' Watnakii ,12.70(1
Onomcii 4I0S, Pepcckeo 91901191100,
2.100, l.aiipahnehoe iu,miy uijuni.i
.lino. Kiiknlau (D) 70S, Rujialan,
IS II. Kohiilalclc (Hnmnkua) ', 7301,
I'aanhau 10,700, Honokaa 70o6, Kukul
linclc. Hi.lOO, I'unaliiii Cri95 and Ho
nuaiK) 1150 sacks.
" '. ..
Sierra Away With Many Empty Cabins
There will bo n, number, nf empt),
cabins when the bieanlr i.lennishlp
Sierra salts for San 1 1 nmt-jsoi (n
next Wednesilnv morning. , Acconl-
ing io , ii(MKiiga iuioj ""ice, ),,-
n.nnA. ,..! imnniiii' flin firnfik liner
easily nccommoifaf'o two liundrcil, and
IWCIUJ-IIVU. Jirglciaso i aa-qii(;cT, 1110
vessel Is leaving tlio fVirt raiher light
Tho steamer will take a fair cargo
of Hawaiian prod,uctB to Iho main
land. . . .
Honolulan. Sal M from .San .Francisco
At inn o'clock. IhlsaflcTnoon, tho
Ian saljcilAfmliari1iijltan'ciB(r-3 vvlh
passengers , nrd '(jeji;r'al.(lcargo froiji
Honoliilii.',,A'"cabio anriounctiiB (he,je.
liarturo of the .Malson liner VM re
ceived at Hie'itcnj.gtiranch"of the Mer
chants' chant jiojyida .
Lumber for Lewer(anp oqlje.
Sailing from Grays Harbor csler
day with a'fujl shtpment of Iiimbei
to tho ordor 'oV I;wcrB and Cooko,
Ihu hchooncr Tteneat has. departed
from Onus Harbor and Is ,one of
quite a number of (w Jndjimrjicrs' that
nro now on 1110 way aown 10 1110 im
amis from Pngct Somid ports.
Suqar at Ookata. y
Three, thousand sacks BUgar await
shipment atepokala and an addltlonil
1000 racks at Kukalau according to
reports on file nt, tie IiitP,r-Isbind
office. The steamer Hclcuo,, novv In
from Papnaloa ami ports Is discharg
ing 11,000 sacks sugar. This vessel
icturned with .seventy bead cattle,
1 1 '
Heavy Cattle Shipment.
flueo BInlcr-lsland,,s)camors havo
arrived ln"tho' past twcni-four hours
each lirlngfng largo shipmonts of ca
tlc. Tho Iwahnl.ls ono nrrlval with
4774 sacks Kipabulii sugar und 3!i
head enttlo. Flno weather Is roport
ed on'tbo homeward voyage.
Sugar Shipment from Hawaii.
Tho steamer Maul Is being dlis
charged of 11,1100 packs sugar loaded
at Kukalau nndOoknln This vessel
also brought 7! head cattle, 17 calves
and 13 pnckugCH sundries. Her "111
cors' report strong trades nnd heavy
.Sparks from the Wlrclert.
. M. N. S S. Ibndos. en routo from
Henttlo, 8 puiii.July 28 OCR mllos
"fiom Hounliilii. Modernto iiorlhunst
winds nipl sinoiilli bca,v Will arrlvu
1 uohday, All well,
f el. 1704 Wines and tfquors fej'. 1704
Family trade a Specialty
( Mont 'Rouge Wines '
Sole Agents Mumrti's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Tourlxtn Enlnw Volc.ino Trln.
Weather which Is ilinrncterlicil as
Ideal assisted ,ln adding to hc on
Joinent .of sonic fort -live tourists
who returned from the Volcano llibj
morning loud In their praise, of the
natural wonder, and the trip by sea
lo tho. Dig Island Wind and bo
were, at their best during Ihe vnngd
of tho tntcr-lslaud 11 igshlp Manna!
Ken. Purser Phillips arranged tor
tho scrv lies of n llawnllan quintet
club which pla(d nallvo airs dining
thogrontor p.nt of lha vojngc. Tho
musicians vvcro on hand ill Incut tlmij
ns well. Tho bleauur rcturncil this
morning with mini passengers and
a freight list hit Imllug tank uiilerlal,
pianos, hoiibeliold effects. 20 bales
wool, .111 nuto, .1215 feet nallvo lum
ber, r cralcs chickens, one homo and
ii0 packages iiindiles
,ual Sugar Awaiting Shipment.
According lo repirt brought from
Jtniml b thia. ilcai)icr (Nooau, tho fol
lowing f,oiiBigmiiiuts of sugar are
waiting slilpnient al Ibo Harden Isb
ml imrts: K. S. M I9S0. M. A. K,
. . 1
r,Mi2, Melt. -12,38fi, K K II
K. P. 11.036. M-S "Co
T'.n I m'i II
Caotaln Mitchell Analn on Watch,
TheJlllo Herald s.ivh thai Cnitaltl
.Mltchcjll rqtjirned fimn his vainllon
on Sunday, relieving Oiptiln llcnncll.
who has, been filling In Iho command
rtf Iho Knliilanl Tho latter will t ikii
command of Iho Kauai, while Captain
.Self ha his .innuil tent
: iii iik
Schooner Has Reached the Sound,
Safjlnp ffoni I.lana mi I11I 1st, Hid
Ainrrfenn. f:eliivilier llolioltill .1.4 ro4
lKiitciJ ,v ,hnvq nrlvcd at San I rniH
clseo on last Thurrd.i vvllh u full
shipmont of sugar. II
YD t -i C Bw'",'Jl
' If I'll ." ,
for ,Kawal Porfa on A9nday,, (
The Inier-Lstaiiil stciuner. Nocait
olr ' i n t y
li.iH.bcrn placed ,'ui Hie berth tl !
l.or, Kauai fwis on Monuay ovcninK
i'aking cencrat. cargo and ulilpmcnis
: ri"."ji-.-( r
Saturday, July 29. ,
Kahulul Lu'rllnc.'M. N. S. S, a. mj
Hllo 1W wa pOrta-rMauua cKaj
stinrv,a.jiOKJ" 'I ,'i
Ila,wallJ vl'aj Ulaiib. ports Clauillnc,
btipr, h p, in'.
. Raualjiu)JiiiT.Y. 0. JInlLtmr. s
p, m MAILo, i '
i d'MAtLti the
Malls are due, from the followlni
points as follows:
San h'ranelRtcHjjjqlilipi.Aiu;. 1.
Yokohama, 'Mongolia, ..Aug., 1.
J CoUmlcHJInramiu: Aui,,16. v ,
,,Mnll8 will depart, for the followlni
Snn Fraud loctrfilcrra, Aug. 2.
.Yokohama 9h',rtn' AuB li
Vancouver MnraniR, Auc.JS.
Sdney .ealandla, Aug. 18
T)lx nt Soattlo. out of .commission.
I.Oan, from Honolulu, for San Fran
cisco, arrived May 12.
,Sbcr(d'an, from 'Ifonolulu, for San
J Francisco, nrrlvcci' July 11.
Sherman, sailed from Honolulu for
Innlla, JjilyH 1,
Crook, nrrlvcd S- F, Apr. 13.
Huford, sailed from Manila July II
Wnircn Stationed Htho Philippine)
Thomas nt San Francisco under repairs-
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Saturday, July 29,
HltAYf, HAItllOn SaMecl. July 28:
"ij'rlir Itcpeil for'Hoholulii.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Jil)y 2?: 8. S
Mon'goliu, for llonolulii.
YOKOHAMA- Anlvod, July, 28: 8. S
Nippon Maru, honco July, 18.
SAN, FRANCISCO Sailed, July 29,' 1
'p. m.: S. S.. Ilonolulan, for Hono-
, , 1,
S. a HYAHFS, ,wll,,iirrlvo from Se
mite TuiMliIy jiiornlnp. ,
la II tWr rear.
Goes to Sunday School Con
ventions, Traveling 11,000
Miles in Few Weeks.
Hawaii's delegate, to Snndax school
conventions recently held on tho
mainland, 8. K Knmaloplll, return
ed )estcrday on tho Sierra, bavins
completed a iccord lour. Ho traveled
over 11,000 miles In a few weeks, nml
during Hint tlmo attended two of thu
gictites,t Sunday school conventions;
ever held, Hideo at San Francisco
mid Atlantic ell.
Kaninloplll Is astonb-hed at tho par
ticipation of business men in religi
ous affairs In tlio United States, say
ing that at San Francisco n number
of millionaires, among them pevcral
nolcd railroad magnates, were pro
minent In (he convention affairs.,
Knm.iloplll stnted Ibis morning tint
ho traveled 11,850 miles Jn tho Unit
ed Slates, visiting nlmosf. nil the
prlncipil 'cities. Ho heard many gicat
moi Hcak nt Atlantic Clt, whcie a
monster e invent km wnu held. Among
thoc whom ho heard speak lit tlio
grei gathering, wero President Tafl,
Hooker T. Wiishlngton and Speaker
Champ Clarko of tho llousa of Itcp'
rcscntntlics. Hoth Clarke nnd Hooker
T. Wiishlngton dwelt upon tho sub
Jcct of "rtiunllty of men" regardless
of raco or nationality.
Clatko emphasised tho fart It was
time Ihal nil nationalities should live
together In linrnioii), Washington, In
!,ipKirtlng his views, s.iltt that the
race question should no longer bo
ngltaled among different nationalities.
iho great Sundii) School conven
tion held In San Francisco, Juno 28,
lasted ten das. IJcIegateK from all
tho Siinda Schools In thu United
states .nbout i000 of Hjem, vveio pre-
bent During thejr slay In Sin l'ran
Cisco, a giand conceit, In which lnno
oltps participated, was held undci
Iho dlrietlon of tho Sundii School
The convention was held In (lie
Coliseum Theatre. Tho seating cap-
ncll of tho ball Is 20,000. All of the
Beats vveiq .occupied b delegates and
Dm lug thu Sunday School conven
tion In San,k Friiuclbco n grand lilbto
parade took I'lace. About 10,000
Christian vvoikors 'marched through
Jho i!lrr:H,caih onujioldlng a' blblo
n iii? iiajwp, n ini3,titiC2p;qyv.iB ca.ii-
qu wm juiiiie'on.iirig'iiio.-ai-iiio con
clusion of Hie parndo about lfi.OOO
bibles vvero distributed , Insult tho ho
tels In ihe clt'. ,
,t Is (ho Intention of the Hhleon
.Bible fJrlgido to mal.o San Fraticlsci
fiifor of' dig bent cities ( In the unliiii
Kaiiml,o)lll left Honolulu In Juno und
relumed OHtu-Hay on tho Sierra It
Is expected that ho will speak at Kau
ni,ik,iilirchu)x'li' tomorrow morning.
.Perstmr Maima Kei fiom Hllo
atuljVli ports F. ,5'arko and wife,
.(iirs, ,y il. miaics, bhu. a iie, j
J I Ring?, Mlsg 'jit, Scbewcllzer, Mrs
& Hooil, Miss N. Plowman, Mis. A.
F. Waller, MIsiwh Ilcnr (2), Miss
,lontcfl.oie, W. It. Send, wlfo ant
daughter, Mfss I) Dmlcls, Mrs P
J,uvv,ve, Mf Y Hnllam, Miss I.
Solomon, l.ady Cuwrcnro, (i U Mor
rison, wife nnd son, J W. Mtushall
und wife. Jus. Kaopiia, A. T Mills,
S. Johuron, Il A, Young, H. (' Van
filuii nml wife, C. II. Ilurnnm ami
wife, Mlsu Kupt.e, Miss Vestal, J.
P. Wood and wife. C. A. Servlllo nnd
wife. H ,11. Schultze, T. Machlila and
son, (1, F, Itusse), wlfo apd,iaugliler,
Miss II. Folsnm, Miss M. II. William
son, St. C. Sarcs, H. A. Woolwnrd
Mis, tindley mid 2 sous. I) McCorris
)m, S. Spzur, Mrs 'T. Meulllj
Hidior (labrlel, Father Aloslus, Fa
Ihcr Otto, Mlsu Thomas, Miss I "i un
ci, Miss J. 1). Jones, Mrs. II. J
Wright, itml ton, Miss li Sam, A. T.
Nelson, (5co. C. Wn'lt, Mrs. Sllvn, ,W.
McDougarj, M. Miihelona, Miss Hud
son, Mis. Kllinra, Mis. Lu Sio, Mih.
Sing rhow, Master Kim Pong, Mrs.
Ah Chco niul child. Miss Ah Chin,
Mlbs Kim Moc, Mlbs Ah Yin, dpi.
i,( I). Walker, Fnllier Paul, Falliei
M7uv,il, C'hu San, Chu Dun, Clin
Ming, Master Chu Hon, II. Decker,
.1 Cure la, Miss M. H. Iloshor, Mba
M. F. Klnnc, O. Ilormlt, Mis. .ay
(look mid duiightor. Father Itodilguos,
Mrs. W. H. Scott, O, H. Mead und
wife, Miss Park, Miss Und, 11. I,.
Lyon, S. T. Slarrett, Jns I Holt, wluj
nml miii, P Schmidt, F. Herring, Miss
JH. Holt, Hi. V. Clark. M. Hlish, Kn
mltiinl ami wife, I). Iilth, V. (lay, MIsh
A., Morse, Mrs, Islil, U Waldiou, J. A.
Wilder, Mrs. 'IhoinpMiu C. Poor.
Per Bt mi Nooau, from Kauai poitu
Finmls Smith and 1 deck,
v Per stpic Cbiuillne for Hawaii aim
Mntil, July 28 Htiv It I"3 Smith, t
Walty, Miss M Qulnn, Miss M. Jacgor
Mrs. II, Jacgor, E. MT Hoshu. W, F
Put btmr Mminn Uui, for Koua and
Knu irls, July 280 P Knniatiohi,
Mrs, llarclay, M K Makekau, Mrs
Ma,kekau, Miss ,M Abulia, Miss Ana
Innios Campbell, Dr. II. I,. Itoss, M
llaitelles. Mis. Ilaitcllni. Mis W I)
MoWn)lie, Claimico MoWajne, V Al
These Cigars Profit
Ypu---Not the U.S.
We might make our clg re In Cuba. But we couldn't make
them any better, and tSe duty would double the cost.
So we nave fully GO pe cent, by having our factory In Tampa,
Florida where Cuba'a climate prevails.
Here we employ none but Cuban experts the best cigar
makers in the world,
Our tobacco Is the pick of
the choicest Havana teal
grown solected from the (talk
mellowed on native oell-and
prepared In our own Cuban
No man who knows the do
lights of pure Havana to
bacco will fall to appreciato
the Van Dyck "Quality."
Af YOUR DEALERS
GUNST A CO. "The Houte of Staples" Distributor! '
WILL TRY OUT CHEMICAL ENGINES
Theio are at lc.ibt four mainland several orfers mado the city and
nlaimriictiirciB of auloniobllo fire an-, count), 'tlio board members believe
paralus that nro willing to enter tho1
lists nnd supply Honolulu with olio
or more pieces or modern nml fast
llio lighting apparatus.
Chairman P.hcn Low of Ihe surer
vlsorlal committee on Hi c department been nhnmjnncd hut tho (lie commit
litis held a number of confeicncci. too uru keen on putting tho matter
vvllh Flro Chief Thurston, nml 0110 of new file apparatus before tho bov-
vvhlch closed Ibis morning has about eral local agencies,
decided Loth tho supervisor and Iho Tho Packard flro truck Is known to
head of Honolulu nro dcpirlmcut that lie. In tho market for supplying one
an oppoi limit should he granted ono or more machines. Several monihciH
or nunc of Iho eompellng innmif.io of Ihu board but recently vvcro given
Hirers In piescnt their claims for bii- tin exhibition of what 11 Packnid truck
peilorlly. could do along tho lino of hill climb-
It Is said Hint Iho makers of tho ing when a truck from tho von H11111111
Knnx nolo chemical flro englilo staiuKYoung agency vvnsr gtvehii,, trial un
ready" tci ship a eheifileal lo Honolulu Pacific Hc.ghlp. ' "
vvllh tho understanding that the nri- T,Iic Rambler company are also to
clilno be glien a satisfactory try out tho foro with n tender for furnishing
before tho city fathers definitely do- chemical engines nnd are represented
eldo on the purchase. by1 Harry Wilder. '
Al Ihe framing of tho last appro- From Fred Mnefallane ha been ro-
prlatloii bill, 'twelve thousand dollars teivod descriptive mallei peftainliig
was set nshlo foi the hctlormcnt of to the Knox machines, while tio Schu-
lloiiolulit flro department. . man company M nlro silil to be In tho
Afler a brief investigation of llie-field with Iho Scngrnvo chemical.
BIG CITY WORK
TO BE RUSHED
Tenders mo lo bo called next week
fm work upon tlio imln water
and rowerage echcnic planned fqr
Hoiioliilu. Marston Campbell, super
intendent nf public winks hijii that
tlio cimtraelB will bo let within a few
da)B of each oilier. As soon us tho
nmteiial comes tio continelois will
bo Hblu to taku up Iho rvork mid I'
ahead vvllh It.
Tho tenders will bo foi tho new
KalinuM foito main und also for tho
contlnualloi. of tho fo.ee main from
"" " ' " ",- i -
thin of tho liiixHiscl oluhlecu Inch
, , . i . .i ' , i
Pll w bq brought .rough tho low n1
am w II eoiineet with Iho eighteen
Inch nt lloictanla mid Nuuaiiu. hum
lln-10 It wll bo liikei, along lo King,
and tbenco to Alap.il and from thero,
to Iho pump ut kill hi. lailer an
I'lhlHIVll llltll pipO .Will OU 1.1111 lliii-
llierl from Nuuaiiu to Kallhl ami will
pioliihl) go along iluiutinla, whuiu
It vylll rcplaeo Iho present twelve
All Hhlo coiineclious mu to bo of
extrn heavy galvanized, Pipes.
New Auxiliary Pump,
Thu dem mils limn Kalmukl and
niumoiid Head u.c gutting beyond thu
sippl of the piescnt pump and tpu-
durs will bo called for uu auxllluiy.
This will havo a capacity of 3.000,000
gallons ajlay. Twelve Incli pl os uro
lo bo i mi tludugh the lialanco of thu
dly mid bIx eight ami ton, -Inch
thiougli Ibo outjylug districts. Altoi
get her theio will bo 12E,000 upcilt
ti.id Ibis will coiuo out of tho loan
Tenders for Scweri. ,
In u fow days tenlcru will ulso bu
culled for a supply of sower pipes and
then following this for llio laying ot
llio plpos. Theio Is $150,001) to be
spent' op sewers and this Is to bu
do.io as fast ns It Is posslblo to do so
Tho wpik oil llio huwois will bo done
In tho worst' illut. lets first,
Flnt Revenues Fall.
Tho loyeniies collected foi tho sow
ers hnvo coino shoit of Iho amount
needed and action Is to lie 1'il.en dm
' Ing not week
A full list of ull I how
who au behind wjll bo published und
All the rare fragrancoand
tweet mellowness of the "Im
ported'' It retained In this
cigar. All tho expense attach
to the word left out.
And there's 'a 'Von ' Dyck
"Quality" .cigar for every
taste. They come in 27 differ
ent si.-oa thin and mild, fat
Smoke one today.
3.FOR - 25c TO 25o EACH v
fnv"al n ma,l "' l"f
1 engines driven by motor, can be te
emed for less Hutu this sum
'Ihu plan first .jnoofed In sending
Chief Thurston to the m linland on 11
lour of lnsiecllim h is presumably
alio Iho nnioiin'B Ihey nwo There In
fiii excuse In bo offered, sa Camp
boll, ns a notllltiillou was sent to each
ono al tho beginning of Jul.
Tho rnlqi from tlio water have bo
far managed lo hilanro matters, how
ever, and thero Ib no dollclenc at llio
present, taking the two dcpiitmcniB
Per M. N. 8. S l.urllno for Sun
Francisco, Aug. 1. MIsb (1. 13 Allien,
Miss tlr.van, Mm. H. II. Ilollliigcr, Mlsu
II. It. K.ilnhrldgoMr. fllddlngcr, MrB.
A J llotsln, Miss (liiard, Mlru C. P.
Green, MrB. U. L Johnson, Mrs. F
Klamp, T. J. King, Mrs. JI Lew lb.
Miss li K Pruvn, P. II. P.frker, Mr.
ami Mrs Rooker Mrs. C. l(6?onstcln,
1n ti tt.l M e-u lni Tfi-iui lltirliii Hull.
C4,'K n(,,o. t Uol.l.' IluRh' Ttolcl.MrH. I,
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kt Uniit, Ai n...l tl-u Kt l!,.!...
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airs. w. i;. sicriiu, miss ni v. nuiiiii,
m Mr Mlrf w w
YM gaf c Ynn
, M Wr htf j. Vahlr.
IVr 8tm c,nl)10 ,r 0WM ,,
, ,,,, AllK- ,,, .,, K, A!(!UI,
Koy ,, A;s,,yr jir)1. Sll)01, . ;.
Thayer, M. Ilrciwne, Mra. Hrowne.
e t e
Two votois ono fiom tho third and
, tho cdhcji from Iho fourth piecl.ict of
tiio'imn clismci enmo into Honolulu
Hits morning nnd uiki.i fiiiimi their
way to tho ofllce of'Clty aui(Couii(y
Clrik Kill uiokiilanl, wheio Ihey vvcro
bvvoiii In and enscribed their namus
on tho grunt icglstcr of voters ot tho
The registration of voto.B Is mov
ing nlnng rather slowly. At noon to
day but ono bundled ami ,tvvciit-roiir
mimes Ijiul been cm oiled Tho sec
ond precinct of tho fomtli district,
and Iho homo of Mnor Fein, his so
lar showed tho largest number of en
rollments, theio being sixteen mimes
mi the mil fur this precinct at thu
clnso of business lodii.
Hill for Kmil
Woodw ard, Ooo