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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, AUG..3, 1011.
W Masonic Temple
Weekly Calendar .
lliiwiill.in llnl Degree.
Al visiting membtrn ol tie
Order aro cordially Invited to
Utwnil meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
Mondays . of
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
tiAimiE engineers' 5h
.ttEFICIAL A?Sn(:iATlQM. datton. cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each tuuuth at KnlghU of
CyttilHa Hull. Vlnltlng brother! cor
dally Invited to attend.
W J HOIJIN'SON, Snchem.
li V. TODD, C. of 11.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. 1
Honelulu Lodge No. (IS. n. P. O
Clk, meets In their hall, on Klnr
atrtet, near. Fort, every Friday eve-
oing. visiting Brothers are cordially
'nvued to attend.
D P. 11, ISlHs'IiHUO, B. R.
oi:o t. Ki,ui;cjr:u see.
WM. HcKINIEY LODGE. NO. 8,
E. of P.
Meeu every 2nd and 4th Saturday
veiling at 7:30 o'clock lnnR. of P.
Hall. cor. Fort and Beretaula. Visit
lue brothera cordially lnvlteO to at
tend. P. P. KILBE7, C. C.
E. A. JACOllSON. K. R. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. ol P.
"Meets every ilnf nnil' third Friday at
7 SO o'clock, Pvthian Hall, corner Bere
tonhi ami Port streets Visiting broth
era cnrdlall) Invited to attend.
S. DECKER, C. C.
O HEINE, Iv. ot It & B.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Sleets on second and fourth Wednes-'
la ew nlug of null month at 7:30 1
o'clock In San Antonio Hall, Viiieynril
stieit nei r I'mimi Visiting Mothers
die imited to ,itt lid
UFO A DAVIS, W. P.
W.M r Al'i'dY, Secy.
Fort Street Near Deretanlal
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
have received ex Lurllne STREET
and DRESS HAT5 alio the latest in
OSTRICH BANDS and TRIMMING.
Hotel St, opp. Young Phone 3088
Mrs. S. F. Zcavc,
Temporarily closed while away on
buying trip. Open again In September.
63 Young Building
ADVANCE SHOWING OF
MISS POWER'S PARLORS
1027 Nuuanu Street
BEGINNING JUNE 3
Alt the Hate at Reasonable Prices
The lo.ml of linrlior commission! rs
vesteiduy afternoon took up tlio mat
tir of ii time limit foe handling freight
on tln wharves and also Htrnrk n de
uiurinKV rate of 25 vent a ton The
sum of inooo was npiirntirlntiil for iu
pitrs to tlio Huckfctd wharf, and plans
were ordered ami tenders are tu be
Called fur Hie construction of the new
Klnati wharf. The proposed rules and
regulation will lie submitted to the
shipping Interests during the week and
will coniu up again at the meeting next
week It was nlxo decided to take sixty
feet of the shed length off the whrtrf
opposite the Alakca-strct I wharf and
which Is known an No, 1 This was
done at the request of tho draylng and
shipping concirua In order to enable
them to handle heavy machinery more
J A Oilman, representing hltullthlc
paving stated that he was prepared to
put down the liavemciit oit the llack-
rtld wharf, believing that It would last
betttr than ohla blocks and that the
work luulil be carried out without
waiting fur the blocks to season. He
was asked many questions and llnally
It was decided that be should write, for
particulars The matter was then left
over until the repairs to the wharf
should he completed.
The plans for tho new Klnau wharf
make provision for rolling steel shut
ters There will also be some dredging
to be done, as the bulkhead along
Queen street Is to be brought further
in land Mnrston Campbell stated t)mt
this would bo the best place to com
mence tho use of concrete piles.
New Freight Ratal.
The matter' of adopting frelght'reg
ulatlons and rntes brought up consid
erable discussion, and the meeting re
solved Itself Into a committee of the
whole, with Colonel McCarthy In the
chair At first there was some discus
sion as to whether freights should be
divided Into foreign, domestic, not In
itialing Inter-Island, and Intcr-lsland,
not Including coast-Island freights. Fi
nally the following tmtntlve rules were
adopted Foreign freights shall be.
permitted to remain forty-eight hours
on the dockH after n general order Is
ssued for Its removnljby the custom
house. After that UmiHli'will be sub
ject to demurrage rails.)
Domestic rrcuibtH.'lBCcordlnic to a
ruo pliHseiwlllb'e1 given u limit of
tlirff 'dirvkito'Vfriiiiln on the wharves
uftr It Is discharged from vessels. For
all outgoing shipments, a general rule
was adopteil that all freights shall be
allowed three days for storing on
wharevs before cbmmeiiceiiicni cif load
ing vessels. " "-
The demurrage rate was set nt. 25
cents n ton, and this for eurb iliiyf and
each day slmlli Constitute1' twenty-four
hours, comnit-uclng t midnight.
I ( IIAMrK GETS
W. 0. Smith Signalizes Taking
Seat By Present of Valu
W O Smith took bis seat on the
Honolulu Stock Exchange today, hav
ing been elected yesterday afternoon,
and signalized the occasion by pre
senting to the exchange u unique and
lnt resting book the records ot thu
first stock exchange of Honolulu.
It was In 1SS2 that Mr. Smith and
John Paytnn organized thu first ex
change, nnil Mr. Smith made n felici
tous speech today, reminiscent of the
early days ns well ns prophetic of tho
He complimented the exchange on Its
solid business standing In the commit
lilt duelling pattlctilarly on the fact
that It bus maintained n straightfor
ward attitude toward the public and
stood for n 'squurii deal."
Tho old records wero taken In charge
by Albert Afoug, vice-president, In the
Iibsdice of President Williamson.
IN FOHEIGN PORTS.
Thursday, Aug. 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Reported, S. S. Tl-
Inula, Aug. 3: llonnd from PukoI
Sound for Melbourne, will put Into
Honolulu In distress with port cargo
I.KITII Sailed, August 1: Sp. Herzo-
gin Cecllo, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Aug. 2:
S S. Mlsstiurlan, from Snn Dlcgo
I'. S. A. T, Huron) will uiilvo ftnm
Munlla, about Sunday,
Cliarres Oritter. it prominent resi
dent of Amherst, N. 11., was burned to
death on his farm near Iiko Ha
hooslc Mhllo llamen were raging In
the woodlund near by.
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LXAT1VI2 imOMO-QUINlNE, re
moves the cause. Used the world over
to cure a cold in one day. K, W.
GROVS'S signature on each box. Made
NUtIS ML'DICINE CO, Saint Lcui V. 3.1.
Perianal attention to all orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (J... H. Love)
S.S. TITANIA IN DISTRESS
INQUIRIES CONCERNING THE FATE OF THE NORWEGIAN
FREIGHTER REACHED LOCAL SHIPPING PEOPLE TO
DAY. MEASUREMENTS TAKEN OF HARBOR DEPTH
BY PILOT MACAULAY. MARY FOSTER OFF THE
MARINE RAILWAY AND READY FOR SEA.
(Continued from Page 1)
Before visiting tho Washington port,
the Tltanla Is reported to have called
nt Casper, Oregon, where a quantity
of redwood was loaded.
As noiir ns can bo ascertained this
morning, thu Bteamer sailed from the
Sonnd on cither the 18th or, tho ISth
of July, What leads shipping men
of Honolulu to bellove to a certainly
that the Titntila wqix corning lumber
Is through the recblpt of n Inter ca
ble to u local II ml in which Inquiry
In ma'de as to whether any lumber
yet remains In the vessel. The query
is also sent regarding Ihc skipper mid
whether he Is In need ot funds.
Tltanla It Known Here.
There are a number of shipping men
ttirtloned here who aro fumlllar with
the Tltanla. She wus for a number
of years engaged In the coal trailo
between British Columbia and San
rranclsco. She Is n well known fig'
tire along thu coast, being a turret
built steamer and much likened to
thu British freighter Heatluleno, which
by her rather strnngo construction
Is always an object of interest. The
Tltanla iriuch tcsembles n "whaleback
tteamer" moro or less common on
tho tlrent Lakes. The Tltanla Is ouo
of thlWy steamer oyni'ed and oper
ated by W. Wimeinilcj, with herhonui
Krt at Tonsberk'lNorwny. Ilullt In
Clreat Britain Iri "the year 18!t7. tho
vessel wns launched from tho Wll
Ham Dotford yards nt Sunderland and
has been In trade wlfli lAmcricnu
-porta during the greater part ot her
maritime, earner. .
The steamer Tricolor which figuted
In tlio salvage In the American
schooner W. 11. Mnrston Is u essol
belonging to the sumo fleet as Is also
the Thode Kageluml which has nuulo
one or more calls nt Honolulu. Cn-
hies which have nrrhed hem desig
nate Captain Kroger ns master of the
Wireless from Trans. Pacific Liner.
There Is n possibility that the Hist
Information ot trouble In which the
Tltanla has becomo involved, nuiv
have reached tho const thiough the
wireless In a trans-Pacific liner.
It the Tltanla carries n wireless
plant, It Is news to local shipping
men who profess to know the Norwe
glan steamer. In Hailing from Paget
Sound for Australia tho steamer
would follow a course that would car
ry her unite near to thu Hawaiian
Islands. In 'fact a number ot vesuols
engaged In that tiado hae steamed
(lose enough to Honolulu to be re
ported through a dlspluy of their Hags.
Wllhelmlna Bringing Large Cargo.
When tho Matson Navigation
steamer Wllhelmlna stilled from Sim
Francisco ut noon yesterday slio held
toil, tons general cargo for Honolulu
and also S75 tons freight tor discharge
at Hllo. A cable to this effect wau
teceived Oils morning by Shipping
Manager John Drew of the local
ngeney at Custle and Cooke. Tho Wll
helmlna Is due to arrive hero on Tues
day and it Is understood that thoro
are a number of round tilpK'rs In the
crack Matson liner.
Pilot Macautay Takes New Harbor
Captain Macatilny, a member of the
stuff or pilots, put hi tho gi cuter pi it
of tho day In taking now soundings
of that portion of tho harbor lying
between the new Richards street and
Alakea wharves. It Is tho Intention tu
carry on the remciisureiucnt hcoud
the limitations of the long wharf. As
lar us tho work had progtessed this
morning, an uverage depth of a 1IUK'
less than tlilrty-lhreo feet was found.
Thorn was one tqiot, not far distant
f i oni tho retaining wull where a depth
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
of tliltty-nlnc feet waB noted. It Is
claimed by shipping men that there
should be nt least thirty-four feet of
water at every point In the slipway
between the two wharves. Liners
Mich as the Tonyo's and the larger
Pacific Mall steamers generally rest
on 80ft mud bottom upon each Visit
here. The shallow water has every
thing to do with difficulty In berth
lug vessels of heny draught nt Ala
kea wharf. When the slipway wae
last dredged the contract sieclllcd :i
uniform depth of llihty-fhe feet nt
this point. The bonndlngK taken to
day Included ocry ten feet of space,
Flaurence Ward Back from Midway.
"Everybody well nnd happy nt Mid
way Island," was tho message brought
back to Honolulu this morning by the
officers In the little cable supply
schooner Kluuienco Ward.
The vessel leturtied from the lone
ly cablo station In eighteen days, the
delay duo mainly to contrary winds
The weather otherwise wns pleasant
throughout the entire trip. The
Flaurence Wurd left here with n
largo quantity of supplies and alno
carried ,nbdut thltty tons sol) to be
spread oer portions of the cable ro
fcrvatlou In which plants and vlnei.
u ro said to tlirhe luxuriously.
In tho outward trip, the schooner
coored tho distance In a trlflo less
than eight dnys. The supply ship re
named at Midway for another eight
dnys. Some twenty tons of tlio whit
est nm purest sand wero brought, back
us liullust0pUtln I'lUis.titatossthat
nothing was)1 sighted during tho voy
age. Two Japineso lahorcr return
ed in the vesrel, their places being
uiieu ny oincrs who nan iiecu inseii
out on tho last voyage.
Welch Has Martton Cargo.
There Is a quantity of cargo In the
bark Andrew Welch that once started
for the Hawaiian Islands In tlio III
fated schooner' W. II. Mnrston. Tho
Welch litis shipments Including G000
cases lellni-ii oil, (',ni2 xsts, 5248
pieces of lumber, 1G00 sticks barley,
lilt) tons builders sand, 2000 sacks
fluitr, 721 bales hay, 100 drums gaso
line and tin assortment of general
cai'go. The windjammer sailed from
San Francisco on July 23rd nnd Is be
llevcil to be bringing down about
eight passengers among whom nre
several buxsom school inarms. Tho
Welch will be given a quick dispatch
ami louled with u portion of u fust
accumulation ot sugar now awaiting
transportation to, tho coast,
A..H, Line Acquires Another Freighter
The big freighter Massachusetts,
belonging to tho Atlantic Transport
Company of Virginia, has been 'taken
over by the Attierlcan-Hnwallan lino
the piucliase price having not yet
been disclosed. The Massachusetts
made a call nt tho Islands during tho
latter part of July In order to carry
away a isirtlon of tho accumulation
of sugar. The vessel Is a typo of car
go currier much similar to the regu
lation Anferlcan-llawallaii freighter.
On the last visit of tho Massachusetts
to this iKirt a portion of eleven thou
sand tons sugar wus taken aboard
The Massachusetts Is now well on tho
way" to Delaware Breakwuter proceed
ing by thu way of tlio Sttalts of Ma
The Last Word on Steamship Routes.
Probably tho most complete nnd
comprehensive map ot steamship
routes ever made has Just been la
Hied by the Hydrographlc Depart
ment ut Washington and will soon
be ready fur distribution. Showing
practically every known track for
fiill-IMjwered 'steam vessels, with
shortest distances betweon ports, the
map Is a veritable encyclopedia of
Information for the navigator. There
will probably not be another map of
the kind until the time conies for
revising ocean routes upon the open
ing or mo ranutnu uanai.
Hyades at Railway Wharf.
Tho Matson Navigation steamer
Hyades was shifted to the Hallway
whurf this morning whete n quantity
or heavy timber will be illschniged.
The vessel Is expected to depart for
Island potts tomorrow evening. While
nwny thu llvmlea will tiiki. mi ,in
destined for San Francisco, a goodly
portion or the sugar cargo this time
win uu Bitpplled(at Honolulu.
Mexican Due Here Thursday.
According to advices received .by
C. P. Morse, (leunral liVel.rht A eon I
for the, Amerlcnn-IIawnllnii line, the
ireignter .Mexican from Ptigct Sound
with cargo from tho east coast of the
united States Is duo to arrive hero
on next Thursday, The Mexican
hrlngs freight Which loft New York
In the Texan on Juno 14 and tlio Ore-
gonlnn on June 19.
To Reolace WreekeH Rinti Rn,,,
The steamer City of Puobla has
been placed on tho run between San
Francisco and San Diego In placo of
the wrecked Santa Rosa. The State
of California will shortly be placed
permanently on 1110 run. Tlio Puebln
goes out In command of Captain Al
exander. Who roninininlnit tlio flnntfi
Rosa for twenty-five jenrs and who
was on vacation nfthe time of her
Manv Lines fieek Nu niitfia
It is titidei stood that representatives
of various steamship lines operating
ln,tlie Atlantic Initio nre making In
vestigations at ports olong the North
i-aciuc uoiiBi, which mny lie follow-
llit lit lllt Innitiriirnllnil ,,f u.tcnvnl .......
' -.. (, u, nu.viH, jich
BcrvlccB between Kuropo and thol'a-
cihc wncn ino pnnnina canal is open
ed or before that time.
Bark Allen Away for the 8ound.
The hark S. C. Allen was number
ed among tho departures from the
port yestenlay. The vessel having
completed the discharge or u ship
ment or lumber will return to Pugct
Sound. Before departing, tho Allen
wns subjected to n general fumiga
tion nt the quarantine wharf.
Leaves the Marine Railway.
The American schooner Mary Fos
ter was hauled down from tho Marino
tnllway this morning and will go Into
the stream preparatory to her depar
ture for tho Sound. The vessel has
Just completed the discharge of n
shipment of lumber,
Sparks from the Wireless.
Trnnstiort. Buford leports that nt,
eight o'clock Inst night she wns oho
thousand miles distant from Hono
M. N. S. S. I.urllne, 10:30 p. m.,
33G mites. Light strong trndo winds,
German Ship Depart from Lelth.
Tlio German shin Herzogln Ccclie
which has visited Honolulu on several
occasions Is retried to havo sailed
from Lolth yesterday, destined for
the Hawaiian Islands with a general
cargo. Including merchandise ami fcr
Newsboy Now Discharging, .
Tho barkentlne Newsboy, arriving
here on July 23rd, wont alongside Al
len nnil ltoblnson lumber whurf to
discharge, this morning, a place hav
Ing been made for her by the ilepar
tare of a Sound bound windjammer.
Supplies for Hawaii Plantations.
The Inter-Island bteamer Wallelo
will bo. -dispatched for lionokna and
Huktilhaele nt five o'clock this even
lug taking shipments of merchandise
and plantation supplies for Big 1st
Fire Brick at Bishop Wharf.
The Gorman ship Alexander Isen
berg will be shifted to Bishop wharf
there to dlachirge n largo quantity of
fire brick brought from European
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Ktnul
poits, Aug. 3. Dr. Waterhouse.
Per stmr. Mlkuhnlii, for Maul nnd
Moloknl ports, Aug. 8. C. Nott, Sam
Knmakca, F. R. Nugent, Mrs. a. P
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Hawaii via
Maul ports, Aug. 4. Mrs. J. K. Akati.
Mrs. M. Devnuclielle, Rev. F, A. Say
lor, Mrs. Saylor, Mrs. Wlttrock, A.
Hancbcrg, M. Browne.
Per Btmr, Maunu Loa. for Konn and
Iait ports, Aug. 8. C. Hong, Mrs.
Hong, Mrs. Jones, Miss Jones, Miss
B. Taylor, Miss Ward, E. Henrlquos.
Per stmr, Klnau, for Kauai ports.
Aug. 8. J. P. Cooke, Wi F. Frcur, I).
F. Dillingham. U. H. Mead, Mrs. Mead.
Mrs. Park, Miss Ford, Mrs. Chong
Mails ara due from the following
points as follows:
Sni) Frnnclsoo Honoltilttn, Aug. D.
Yokohama Mongolia. Auk. 0.
Colonics Murama, Aug. 1G.
Victoria Zeulandla; Aug. 18.
Malls will depart for the followlna
points as follows:
San Frnnclbco Mongolia, Aug. C.
Yokohama Manchuria. Ainr. N.
Vancouvor Murama, Aug. 15.
Sydney Zonlundl.i, Aug. 18.
W.Kkly Ualletla II per year.
Thursday, Aug. 3.
Midway Island Flaurence Ward
Am. schr., a, m.
Wednesday. Aua. 2.
Salln.i Crun via Island ports Vlr
I'lnlnii, A.-il, H. S., p. m.
Dlx at Senttle, out of commission,
Logan, from Honolulu, for San Fran
Cisco, arrived May 12.
Sheridan, from Honolulu, for Ran
Francisco, arrived July 14.
Sherman, sailed from Honolulu for
Manila, July 14.
Crook, arrived S. F, Apr. 13.
Buford. sailed from Manila. Jnlv 17.
Warren Stationed nt tho Philippine':.
Thomas at Snn Francisco under re
City and County Engineer Gere, In
company with Supervisor Iwow, Sheriff
Jarrett and his chief clerk, Julius
Ascli, paid a visit to vailous Kilnts
around tho island yesterday.
Honil Overseer Pnole, formerly in
charge of Koolnupoko district met the
party 6n the windward side of tho Isl
and nnd turned over the records as
well ns equipment to his successor
dlty Engineer Ocro Inspected the
municipal property nnd checked it up
and says that he found everything
Tho mads on tho windward side
were found li,feood condition conslib
erlng tho amount of ruin that Is re
ported to have fallen there during thu
past few weeks. Work Is going nlong
The municipal rock crusher which
has been doing duty nt Walulun hus
been sent to Wnlanac there to pre
pare material for macadamized roads
In that district. The machinery will
bo set up and ready for business by
Monday according to tho county en
gineer. In Kwn district repairs aro being
made preparatory to oiling tho roads
In that district. OH Is going on coun
ty thoroughfares for considerable dis
PNEUMONIA IS. CAUSING
RAISE' IN DEATH PER," CENT
The death rate for Honolulu ns
shown by the figures read by Dr,
Pratt of tho board ot health to the
sanltnry commission yesterday after
noon Is very satisfactory, according
to him, all the circumstances being
"They had the real figures mixed
lip in "the morning account," )io said.
"The morning paper shows the death
rate for the entire Territory as 17.11
per cent whereas It should be 17.17
The oilier correct figures aro as fol
lows: The percentage throughout the
Territory, as Just stated, wus 17.17
but this Is not the real lierceutngo
and it Includes 208 deaths which
weio canted by accidents, homi
cides and legal executions. The per
centage worked out on dlscusu alone
shows u perccntuge of 1C99.
"Tlio death rato for Honolulu wns
23.97 and not twenty-seven odd po.
cunt as published. To find the real
(Unease per cent you must take sixty
throe deuths from the total and this
leuves jou with u percentage of 22.7C.
Tho Increase over lost year for the
Territory Is 2.01 per cent. Honolulu
had an Increase of 4.42 per cent with
everj thing counted In and of 4,12 for
disease alone. Tho figure given In
tho Advoitlser wus 1.42. The Increase
In tho rate Is mainly due to the big
Jump In cases of pneumonia, I havo
all the data In connection with this
and will work out the reason for It If
HAS SIGNED HIS NAME
5344 TIMES ON BONDS
It took Henry Hnpnl Just six and u
half hours to sign up the 1600 Terri
torial bonds which were sent bnck on
the steamer Sierra. From 2 o'clock to
C In the afternoon bit got nwuy with
V00 of them, and then from hnlf-pitst
m-viii until 10 he ticcounted for tho re
maining six hundred. Tho space for
the slgnuturu Is very Munll, and lie was
unable tu get n free swing going. Dur
ing the time he has been In ollice he
haif signed S344 bonds, und has thus In
nil probability written his name more
times than tins one In tho Territory in n
similar length of time.
The total amount of money tlmt has
been borrowed by tho Territory, In
cluding this lust Issue, Is I!i,344,OUO,
This is for Territorial bonds, and be
sides this tin re Is tlio further sum of
11110,000 for the lire claim bonds. At
the present tiiuo tlio llgurcs show the
total nssosed value of the Territory to
bo )ir,5,00V,438. under tho Organic Act
tlie Territory cun burrow 1 per cent, of
this amount during any one year and
can borrow 7 per cent, of It altogether
That William It. Heurst Is to buy
tho London Morning Louder Is tho iu
port in circulation nt tlio English
Chew your food; your stomach lias
CHARTER ACT FOR
Under Hie olllclal call, the purpose
or the meeting or Kawaluhao Church
members tu bu held Frldny Is to uct
upon the draft of charter nnd, by-laws
that have been prepared by ,thu trus
tees named at a previous ' church
meeting. W. O. Smith Is chairman.
If there is any insurglng 1iy dis
gruntled members of tho congrega
tion It will be In the face of u unun
Imous action taken by the mcnibeis
when the whole innftor of church
management was before 'the congrega
tion some weeks ago.
It appears that llov. Mr. Parker
hus not appointed trustees as was
stutcd by the Bulletin's recent
Informant, Mr. Parker acting under
the suggestion of the church mem
bers appointed a committee. This
commltteo nctlng under Instructions
from thu church body named n board
or five trustees, of which W. O. Smith
Is chairman, and the other metnbcrH
Albert Waterhouse, A. S. Wilcox,
Hev. Mr. Parker, Mr. I.lllknlnnl,
Judge M. Hookano and Hiram
Kaaha. The report of the commltteo
naming these trustees was udopted
by u majority vote that wns after
wards made unanimous.
Still nctlng under Instructions this
committee took up the work of draw
ing up Incorporation papers. This has
been completed nnd the meeting of
Friday Is to pass on these documents,
That there ure some members who
Wjll still In surge Is' Indicated by tho
Bulletin's Informant of Wednes
day, but all that bus gono on thus
for has been unanimously approved
by the church members present nt tho
meetings properly announced.
Hev. Mr. Parker hus no further In
terest In the matter than to keep
the church In good financial condi
tion and be assured of careful mun
agoment of Us uffalrs.
editor E v o n l n ir Tl u 1 1 e 1 1 n; Tlio
article In the Eve nlug Uu I lot in
of yesterday, entitled "Church Row
Coming to Head," gives n wrons Im
pression In regard to the mutter pend
ing before the Kiiwnlahao church.
The membvrs of Kiiwntuhan chiirrh
have planned for ome 'time to form a
corporation to hold tho church proper
ty, und t-evera'l months ngo u meeting
of the members of the church wns hold.
lifter due notice, to consider the mat
ter and select n board of trustees. At
the meeting the subject vyus duly con
sidered, nnd by n unanimous voto cer
tain persons were chosen to form the
board of trustees.
No rhurter has heretofore lieen
granted for this church, but thero wns
u deed from Kumehamelin HI. to tho
members of the church of the land
comprising the church site. And this
iriinsrer vns approved by the board of
land claims, but no patent was over
In pursuanco of the action tnken nt
the meeting referred to, a charter of
Incorporation and by-laws Imvn lwn
drafted illl are to be presented nt the
.-.-tin i-.iiieii iur nexi eriuay even
ing, Tlio trustees who Imvn lieen
named were not appointed by Hev. II,
II Parker, pastor or the church, but
were chosen nt the meetlmr ns.nbovo
W O. SMITH.
August 3, 1911,
Tho Schumun Cinlage Company
this morning filed papors In connec
tion with a garnishee order on BJ W.
Rice for the sum or 129S.r,fi. Frank
E. Thompson and James F. Morgan
aro named as tho garnishees.
William Douthltt, manager, of Tho
mas, has come back and stated that
he will Hill piiin to arrange for n
wrestling match to take' place ut the
Asnhl or Orpheum theatres, between
Joo Thomas und Frolecher,
Judgo W. J, Robinson this morning
granted Becky K. Bright n divuico
fiom Autone Nuuanu Bright, on tho
grounds or extreme cruelty.
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