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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., VVEbNESDAV, AlJO. 23, 1911.
MONDAY! ", i I
I mill ( li.iilir No. 2 -Hi
AM visiting members o! to
On!r aro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local ledge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
.niiir riimiifnAi jutmmn v
WAninc cnointcny ,., Aim
CNEF1C!AL ASSIATION. ciatiom cor.
HAWAIIAN THIBE, Ko. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meet every first and third Thura
jb ut each month at Knight of
Pythlaa Halt. Visiting brother eor
tlally Invited to attend.
J IlUUINbOK, Sachem.
11 V TOUD. C. of It.
HONOLULU L0UGE, 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. SIS, B. F. O.
llki, meet in tbelr hall, on- King
Street, near Fort, every Friday ve-
ulnr. Visiting Broth are cordially
invited to atteni.
u i' it istiNniirto, e n.
tino. t. Ki.uF.anr,, sec
, WM. MrKDJIEY I0DOE. NO. B,
'"''itf. nit' Vf Kr.,
Meet every 2nd and 4th Saturday
reiilng: at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P,
;,, Hall, -cor. Fort and Heretanla. Vlelt-
mg oroinare curaiany invnta tn av
I F F. KI1.IIET, C, a
' K. A. JACOUSON, K. It. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Merit every nmt nml tlilnl Friday nt
7 t nclock, lVlili" liull. "corner lure-
tnnli nml l'ort streits VIkUIiis broth
'' irs eiWdl'ill) Invited i nltend.
S HKCKKIt. C C.
o iifinii, k of u n s
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Al ill' on k oiniil nml fourth Wcilncs
(la j i vi iiIiik of ncli innntli nt 7 .SO
('clinic. In Kmi Antonio llnll, lliojin-il
sheet iirnr I'iiiiiiii Mslllug luolhire
r Invited to nit ml
ono a nAvis, w r
WJt (' M'COY, Set)
Bread Baked Daily
You can havo your order changed
daily nnd ba supplied with any of
theso varieties from
1134 NUUANU ST.
G. 0. Ycc Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTERS
Telephone No, 3451
0ltl 'Flu' Iwroeppvur liontuir pns tiulnfl
IH pjrtctt orijn Can no seen nt my
w.ireliiii'wo ut foot of ln .St,
C007-IW H"I..V l.i iy.
ALGAHOBA BEAN MILLS
ONE SECOND-HAND STANDARD
GA80LINE ENGINE, 16 H. P.
1414 EMMA STREET Telephone 24J5
3185 eilllorl.il mono 225G
ImtlnchK nfliir. 'Iliese. are the tele
phone numbers of the HulloUu.
fiiiioh uuiiKir.WA'imt or tiio
C1.ii leu Island, Is n visitor In the clt.
vutiii it ii men urt mi tin- u
nun fin hhi homo on Kauai last night.
I. A KMHISI'N, president of the
ii'ii.itevlins lelinnod to Kami alter a
I' M CHI'ltCII, connrcli-il wllli
Alexaiidei A. Ilildwlu, mih among the
ic mining passengers In the Mntson
Rte.ltiu r l.mllnc this morning
I! NICOI,, nssoclulcil with tho llilo
Moiraiillle Compiin), Ii ih teturunl
Irom u liutlniht nml iili iRiiro trip 'o
tlio in iliihind Ho wan an .arrival In
tliu l.utlliio UiIh iikii iilm:.
HDWAIIO ALTON nml l.inu'S VI
lnii hip two firioliitH who unno In
llnnnliilit lo join tlio local .unusoinclit
rnnililtii ami will upon an cnft.iRQ
uifMit wllli iino of tin moving plctnrn
Mil AND MHS M IlllASCH of
Wlill nc . Matsh, iituriiPil frotn i
cumlilnoil liiiHlnosH and iitpnatiro trip
to tlio nnlnl ind. T lit j VNCia nmont',
tlio insii'iiKcia to arrive In tlio l.tn
II no this moriiliii;.
AIHS 1 J DOWIJiVd, wire of tlio
mnmmci of Dip Hawaiian 1'teacrvllM
Coinp.inv who was kuiiiiuoik d, to llm
bt'illiIo of lior hutbaiitl, wart nn nrrl
nl In tliu Matvou Navigation ilp'iin
oi I. m lino this mornlni:
.MISS MII.I)Hi:i) HON nnd MIh
llm barn. Hon, rulntlvcs of C'liarloa Hon
anil of lid Tovvrh, left on the Sierra
till mornlnc for their home In Chey
enne, Wyoming, after a visit here,
during which the made many friends.
K. S HUDSON, who hnstiooii with
tlio mechanical department of the
Uullotln for sumo time, aiid Mrs.
Ilmlsoii were ik parting passengers on
tlio Sierra todaj. They wfll make
their fiituio honio In California,
C 11. H01TJAAUI). tho proprietor
cf tho largo wholesale and retail es
tnhllslimeut nt Walmea, Kauai, nc
compnnlcd by Mrs. Hofgnnnl, leturn
eil to the Islands this morning as paa
sengcrs In tho Mntson Navigation
Mi a me r I.nrllne.
CHAUI.KS II DIXON, who has been
with lliomns A Kdlson so long that
he thinks he should take a vacation
tho sumo'tlme IMIson does. Is n guest
it tjbo Argonaut. Dixon will visit Ho
uolti'lu linforo reporting to his homo at
Orange. N .1 San Francisco Call.
MISS OKACi: I'AUSONS, the local
iuJIUuw. Ja back.. from aa.cxtcndcil
Intjlng trip on tho mainland during
which tlino she attended the millin
ery oppnlngs nt tlio prominent cities
or Iho middle and eastern states. Miss
1'nisons was a passenger In tho I.ur-
llno tills morning.
" J, H (lOHAS. ono of the lucky ones
who drew It ill 10 tin contest trips
In tho co-isl, leturned from Ban lan
rlsco this morning, as u passenger In
tho I.uillno. Mr. doc is vlslled at n
number of ixilnts along the I'liclflo
sloo uiiil returns to his duties much
htmultti! h) the vacation,
1. V nriiniNRroN n well known
I'ugot Soiuiil wilier and newspaper
man, Is making a louud trip to tho
ii.1 uids as a pinspugcr in I ho Matson
NiilgUlou stPimur I.uillno, which ar-
ilvtd f i inn Sin I'ninclsco this morn
In,- ItPildliiKtoii npicscnts a chain
of inil. Ileal Iiiiih lurliiillng somo of the
laigt'i miga7iues. He proposes to
kuthoi d'lta lieio which lalei will hi;
lurorporntpil In a series of articles
and slot It s
I'nnldPiit n ( tho Hoard of Health
Or J, S II PratfliaK lt'ielved thy llg
ures lit loniiettlon with tho tiuniliei
of loiilugioiis diseases roiiorlcd
thioughoiit the Islands, outside of Ho
'I lie i o seems to bo n small outbreak
of Uphold on Hawaii but bovond th it
tlieie Is nothing startling The 11k
ures tiro ns follows:
Hawaii Diphtheria, 1; Uphold, S;
whooilng lough, 1; tubontilosls, r,,
und vtulcolla, 2 Maul and Molol.nl-
MeaHles, 1; scarlet fever, 3; trnchoimi,
I; tuberculosis, .",; nrkelln :. Kauai
Diphtheria, 2; typhoid, 1 measles,
3; und tuberculosis 1. Qui i nutsldo
of Honolulu Diphtheria, -'; typhoid
1 ; measles. 4, und tuberculosis -.
TASK OF DIVIDING $9,000
IS COMPLICATED ONE
Tho task of dividing up tho proceeds
of the foipclotiuic of mortgaga on tho
old Commercial Hotel slto, oti iliu
cornel of Niiuituu nml Ilcrotanlii and
which ictillred $'00fl Satuulay lust, Is
showing up u sa nlco tanglo for some
one to Btrnlghten out.
Tho shares of those, who will bene
fit by the sale aro all split up Into
Ciilths and In addition to this Ucorgn
V Mncfnrlano, whu has 53-2"0lhi
coming In him has advanced monej
to the otheis.
Attniiipj A. F Tuild npjilled in
Imlgo V J ltohlnson this moinliig
for confli million ionilng tho Issuanra
of tho llnnl ilecice, Jfe wants to got
to work splitting up thnso fiactlous,
111 the cuso of losu dns 1' Hodrlgues
ngulnst F ("on elm, V do Vasconcol-
Ins and the I'ortugiieso llenellt Society,
tho di fiiiiilautH this mnrnlng tiled a
motion to ipiaBh tho uise.
City Transfer Co.
JA8. H. LOVE
i ! i iii ! i i ! ii iiij.MUaw i
Officers In Buyo Maru Tell of Visit of Osaka Shosen Kaisha
Directors at the Isthmus Sierra Was Delayed an Hour
Through Heavy Cargo Offering Lurline An Arrival from
the Coast Island Steamers Make Port. r
Panama, Honolulu and then on to
tho Japanese ports Is a tonto now
under consideration by Hut Os iku
Shosen Kulslin nnditlils luovo on the
I'aclflc stcanpdvlp. clifsaboanl Is prac
tlcnll) arranged In Its many detail)
by prominent directors of the O. S. K.
nccordlug to report brought this
morning by officers In the To)o Klupn
Knlxha freighter Iluo Maru, whlc.li
came alongsldo Hackfeld wharf afti r
n forts -day trip from Centlal and
Smith Aineilean portH of call.
That the Osakn Shosen Kalsho.ono
of tho largest steamship companies
operating vessels under the Japanese
flag Is planning for n new Irans-Fncl-lie
service which would Include Hono
lulu ns a lmrt of call Is declared n
certnlnt) In that Messrs. Nagawa nnd
Kltira, high In the councils of the
O. S. K. were making tin exhaustive
Inquiry at tho Panama end of tho
line. The Japanese Investigated busi
ness Inducements nt the Canal zone
end at the time tho Hiijd Mnru was
n Central American visitor, thestcam
Mirlp men had practically concluded
their mission tn) were armed with
much Important dnfa for copsileiu
tlon of tho Osakn Shosen Kjilsha. di
rectorate upon their return to Jap m.
It Is understood that the .Tnp-iucse
line will continue mi to New York
with tlio completion of the Canal.
On hoird (he Hujo Mnru aro several
business men who have been Identi
fied with mining and agricultural In
dustries of Central nnd South Ame
rica for earn, who declare that tho
Japanese line means business mid
that the advent of tho new lino will
he awnlted with keen Interest.
The Hujo Maru Is cariylug two
Chinese consular officials, ono being
I'll Chlen Yn, n legtllnn spcretnr) wlpi
bus boon t'nnsfcrrcd fropi his South
American post to Manila, Philippine
Consul MnntiLl C. Teller, Is pro
ceeding to Japan, vvhero he will rep
resent his government ut one of tho
One hundred and eight) -two pas
kcngcrs aro traveling to tho Oilent In
the Japanese steamer which will pio
lialily depart' for Japan tomomiU.
evening following tho dlschnrgo of
fcomo six hundred tons nltiutes con
signed to II. Hack fold and Company.
Among the pissengors, nouo of
whom will leave tho vessel here, nro
2 cabin, !) hecoud clask and 171 In tho
st(orugo. Of Ihojattcr there mo IL'S
Chinese, 41 Japanese und 2 Poriul nu.
The local iistonit; olIU I ilti had on
sldeinblo illlllculty In keeping Ihe
Chlueso to Die (Inks of tho ship dill1
lug tho stuy at this jiort. The Celes
tials apparently wciniof Iho nplnloil
that Honolulu was a land of tho free
ami tho homo of tho Oriental for the
kienly resisted efforts tpwhuls com
pelling them to iciualu on board.
Racing Barge for Puunene.
On dock of Iho Matson Navigation
steamer I.nrllne arriving from Sun
Francisco thin morning wns n Hue
racing Inrgo which hart been puichnH
od by rowing enthusiasts of Maul Isle.
The bin go was tho o1iJtct of much
Interest nt tho wliuif this morning,
It Is a fine pleco of boat-building und
will bo kept at tho Myrtlo shed till
the Maul oarsmen reach Honolulu
Tho Vulley Islanders nro oxpeetcd to
be in Honolulu about the first of next
month, mid they will continue their
training In tho harbor,
Lurline to Haste nto Island Porta.
Tho MntMm Navigation bleniuoi
I.urllno will leoelvo a quick dlspatcl!
for Knhuliil us in addition to 2Jj,0
tons general cilgo for Honolulu thero
Is BOO tons freight for dlschnige ut
tho Maul poil. "Weather fine ns
silk," mis tho way that Purser Chin
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
:D BY JAPANESE
Ho Warrep put It this morning after
tio steamer cime up w nei ueriu ni
Tho Lurline brought 41 cnhln pis
poiigers. The local iKjslotllqo lecajvcil
242 sacks of later mainland nall.
On deck was a shipment of 20
mules which flood the trip1 'in fine
shape nnd made .things llvdly ns they
were fljinllj peisnndeil to leave the
One automobile 'was received In
the freight for this port. Tho J.ur-,
line Is expected wjll be dispatcher
for Knhuliil tomorrow evening.
'Iwcutj Kniply .Stnterooms In Slcrrn
Whin tho Oceanic steamship Siena
got away foi San Francisco nt noon
today there were twenty staterooms
that were unoccupied Tho liner de
pnrtid with 12" cabin nnd 1G steerage
passengers Owing to unusual large
offerings of sugar and pineapples the
Sierra was lelaed In getting nway for
two hours nflcr her regular scheduled
tlino of departure. The Oceanic wharf
swarmed with townspeople who whllo
attempting to bid farewell to friends.
managed to obstruct tho way of stove
(lores, who experienced great difficulty
In loading several thousand bunches
of bananas which wcro lycehed for
shipment at the last mompiiL 'Thero
was no crowding on board tho vessel
lis far ns passengers were concerned
In some rooms but ono person held
foith while the remainder were as
signed to 'hut two passengers
Tito Viiiiljiuiimers nt Illlo.
Theie were but two windjammers
nt Illlo at. the tlino of departure of
the Inter-lslund steamer Cluudinu for
Honolulu Purser Klhllng reports the
A F. Coates und Horeulls us dis
charging lumber und supplies there,
The Chiudlue was an urilvul this
moiuing, bringing a largo list pf cdbln
and ih lie passeligtrs The freight list
Include f llm iisu.il nrruy 9f "tinptles,"
bottles and kegs 0her shlpmintH
weru 32 lords wood, 8CGG feet of na
tive lumber, 11 i rates chickens, 1
horse, I row, 1.1', bogs, nml 20 pack
ages sundries. Weather ulong Hiimii
kumntin veiy rough und the mull for
l-aill'nilioHioo was carried oiijto Illlo
In ioiiseiiicnie. t '
I.nrllne Hill Not lie CniHiltil.
When the Matson Navigation Eteam
er I.urllno dejurts for Snn Francisco
uu August 2')lli that vtssol will not
be own row ilod with p.isHeiigenf, nc
cording to the rate applications lire
btlng teielvrd ut thh agency-of Catstlu
& Cooke, The I.urllno will probably
got away with about forty-two tubln
liassengcrs unci from present Indlcii
lloim there will be hut two In inch
Mtntncmltl 'I'lin ul,..itn.i lu nvmiMnil
to sail for Knhuliil at f oVlocVi Hf
morrow evening and wilt retuin, lioj-e
In- nm,ilf4tmn In tnlrn ,, ,, ,iAtflM.,r-
dbltj iputnl'lfy of stigiir iml iueserved
Fine Weather at Kauai Portt.
PuiEcr Ixigait of tho Inter-Island
steainer W. (I. Hull reports lluo wea
ther at nil Kauai ports. The ste.imei
was an arrival this moiuing with tho
regulation 5G0O sacks Btignr. and also
20 sacks cocoauuts, 20 sacks taio nnd
TTi paikagcs sundries. In returning
the vessel met with light trades nnd
Kiiiooth sens. The Hall Is being dls
chaigtd piepiiatory to sailing foi
flnrileii Island poits tomorrow even
ing. Makawell Leads In Sugar.
Mnkawell plan(ntlin warehouses
am at.piesent holding a large nccu
inulatliinf jif snpir according to re
port biiHiglit, to Honolulu this morn
ing by Purser Iogan of tho stcamai
Hull. Tho sugar list for Kauai In
cludes tho following spgar nwnjtlti;:
Bhlpment: M. A. K. 57.810. O, ft It.
Ilt0, Mcll. 88?.!, K. S. M. IO'iO, K. K.
I) 40,-K. V. 11,002, M. S Co, r.00'1,
K. S. Co. 1700, I. Y, 14,C95, V. K. 1200.
Mongolia Brjnglng Mainland Cargo.
Accoidlng to cables received nt the
n','onc of II, Hnckfeld ami Compiii
tho Pacific Mall lltfor Mongolia U
lirluglng dnwnflx liifnilred and sev-.inU'-lho
tons iiuitutnnd fielght for
mSiclnrgpl lliinoliilu. The IMrlllc
mIi'iT Jlpftlnshlp'rl lino to arrive nt this
(nut i ul) Monday uioruliig having
railed from 81111 Frnnelsco nt( noon
Per Xt N H K t.llrllne. fHtmi Hsit
I'lnnclsiolMwnrd Alton, W. D Hrnal,
M lirnscli, Mrs M llras, h. P. M
L'liurcli, M A Ctuise, Mrs. Annie Con
railt, Mrs J J. l)owllng, Mrs Jostph
FtriuiiiiUs, Miss l.leanur Uuitby, Miss
lliilh tliirtlcy. J KOocas, C. II Hof
Kiuml. Mrs (' II llofgaard, Mrs II C.
Klcwe, Mrs Mnr Lush, Stunlev I.v
(1111, Miss Jessie I.) call, Gtorgo F.
Meier r, Mrs Uinrgn F MdHtr, II.
Nlchol J A ntgglus, J. Ilooktr, II II.
Piiikir, Miss Margaret 1'nrkir, Mlf.s
flrnie Parsons, t)r M. O Peters, I. W.
Iliildlugtoii. J. A. HorIp, Mrs J A
Itodlit nnd four children, Kev Joseph
A Itollliis, J (1 Hnrtorlous, MKs Alice
Ward, (! II Wnnl, W. A. Weigh, Jns
Per sttnr. Chiifllne, from Hawaii
via Mnul ports, 'Ahg. 23 Miss J
Pralt, Miss F. Crojlcr, MIssiB. 15.
Smith, Miss M. lienor, W. II, Hnku-
olo, S. I). Hair, Ah Ping. S. U. .Polk.
AV. I! Hiuler, Miss M. Uodrigiiez,
Miss SI. Onlshl, Mrs. WV I. Ko)ptrs,
W. Hannested. Slax Hcknrt, C'jl'ratt
Wm Modclros, frs. Medelro's. ,Slrs,
A. M.' Ilrown, Mrs. J. V. FeijnjiOtle,
Miss rcrluinde'! Sllss SI. (Julnir. llm.
Leo, llro August) Mrs Matsiula, Itev.
FijJIa Ar. fnrtlh," Mrs. Ooo, Ki fanti,
Lucy Kau, II. Leo, Tin m, l,'SI. T)ow
nett, A. 1. Dowsett, Miss Dowsett, D,
Conwn), A, II Kenned), Dr. J. J.
Carey, H. SI. Ciibbln and B8 deck.
Per stmr W. O, Hall, from Knual
ports, Aug. 23 Otto I.llan, C. Kane,
C. K. Oray, Miss B Kahelc, Ah I.o),
IsnkI, Thos. Nolt, II. O. Slorgan, dipt
C. Puck, IIpv. It. n Smith. .1. Ilaliorl-
son It. 1). Ualdwlu, C. Ilaldwln, It. F
llcchert, Sirs. Hichert, Paul Knlil
baum, J. W. Kcrshncr nnd 31 deck
ASKS GOV; FREAR
Governor Frear Tecolveil nn Invita
tion this morning from cx-Governoi
Fort of New Jersey tii bo presi nt nt
the annual conference of gov) mors
t oht held at Spring 1-ake. N. Ji, nevt
He slates that Covornoi Woodrow
Wilson, of Now Jorsoy, who Is to be
III the chair i'lls )enr will send the
official Invitation nt 11 I Uei date
Governor F1011 stiitqd this tnornlng
Hint, nt the piesent tlino he did not
just exactly seo how he was going to
manage the visit owing to the Lure
amount of work that was on band.
He will In all piobablllt) liavo foi
Hawaii during next month and in ike
u visit of inspection of the lands that
I'le to ho tluown open there, histoid
MEXICO IS SENDING
CONSUL TO JAPAN
Having been commissioned 11 Mexi
can Consul with Instructions to cstab
lsli u Mexiiuii Consulate In Ko , .Ja
pan, tliu Hon. Manuel C. Tell 04 s pin-
ceeiiiug to ins post, in the steamship
Huo Sluilijor Hie Toyo Kbiyii Kulsha
HnuiwhlL'lijnrrheJ from Me,)can ports
iuw'iuoi;iing jit )
Tin) establishment of ' 11 Mexican
Cimniilate Ip Kobe. Jiihuii, for the flint
tliiie Is. Indicative bf' tlio fact that
President Do la Harm desires to entei
Into n more Intimate' International re
lationship with the government of the
Consul Telle Is n young man. Ho
is about 28 years old und Is said to be
ono of the most progressive citizens In
his country. This looming he caiiio
ashore to inako his official call on the
local Mexican Consul.
Temperatures ii n. 111 . 7C: s n. m
78; 10 a. in, 7s; noon, SO; morning
.D.ironu ti r, 8 a m, 30 02; absolute
humidity, 8 n. 111, c;oo (.rains pir
mine root; rtlitlo humidity, 8 a. in
00 i.r cent.; dew point. 8 n. m. C3
Wlnd-0 n 111, velocity 7, illuctlon
.Nil; 8 n. m, velocity 9, dhictlnu Nil;
10 n ni, velocity )0, illuctlon Nil;
noon, vilodt) 12, direction Nil
Itnnfnll during 21 hours t nihil R n
111, tiui( Totul wind movimeiit dur
ing -'4 hours tiiikil nt noon, g miles
.r WM, .H STOCKMAN,
Section Director, L H Wuither llurinu.
Jiidgo W. J lloblnson )escrday
granted nil older releasing 240 shnios
of Honolulu Hrowlng and Malting
I'diiipnii) 'h stock which wero on the
liookB In sirs. Umlso Ii Arlolgh's
niime, Her htishand Augustus II, Ai
lelgh made tho appllt alien and slat
ed Unit he bought tho shuies In lanu-
iii) foi ?I710. The) wero transfori
ed to ills wife's name 011 tho coin
punj'a books but slio nover rtall) hud
Wee kly Uulletlu II per jaar.
Snn Francisco I.urllno, St. N, S.
S , u, m.
Hawaii via Mnul ports Clumllno,
Ktmr, a. 111.
Kintal porta W, 0. Hall, stmr,, a.
Hawaii iirlB llelenp, Btmr, n. Ill
Tuesday, Aug 22.
Sealtle via Island polls, and Sill
Franilsco llllonlan, St. N, S. S . lo
Mnul, Sloloknl ntul t.anal ports
Mlkalmla, stmr., G p 111.,
Knual ports Klnnti, stmr., ft p, ni.
Knua isirls Noenit, tinr , r, p m.
Wednesday, Aug. 23.
San Francisco Slcirn, O. 8. S, 11
"The nitrate ImsliiPts In the life nf
To)o Ktscti Knlshi Hut is, so fat us
tho South A nn; ban loutc Is conieiu
id." Such wns tho statcnu at that Pnrsci
N. Hasegnwa of the rrelghtor l)ii)i
iMaiu 11111I0 this morning, 011 bond Iho
',' .lr t . I 1 '
poat. ' ' 1
Sir. Haspgawu, who has Icpii purs
er if tho Ilu)o over since tliu male
lier mnldiii trip to the South Ang
lican ports was most emphatic In I1I3
Atatcinont. lie declares that without
tho nitrate business, tho compjii)
can not coiitlnuo to send lis big
fielghteis to South America In con
tinuing to talk ahput the business of
Iho company, Hnsegnwa, said Hint tho
returning of the Japanese nnd Chi
nese residents in tho Sojilli American
commonwealth to their respective
countries In the To)o Kltcn lluerr
helps niiitcilnlly In Increasing Hie
business of the company.
Presldint As.ino, ho snld. rcccnlly
authnried tho signing of n cuntrac'
by W. II. Avery, tho coinp.iH)'s foi
elgn ngent, to i.arry nltrnto fioni the
South Ameilcnn purls for tlino je.us
from the date of Its signing.
The contract was oilglnall) arrang
ed between tho lompany's ugoucy In
I ondou ami Hint In Sim Francisco
It Is on this nicount that Iho- Tci)n
Klsen Knlsha, aald Sir. Hasegavvn, jvlll
build nnolhcr trelgljler for the S011U1
American routo. She Is bellig con
HtiuelPil mow, nnd II t"nellofil sho
will be ready for service In about 11
)ear. ' i
Sir. Hasegnwa who Is In closa
touch with I'icslilont Asalin of tho
company, 'sahl'lhls- inorhlng' that It Is
his heller tho 'Ju'il man" will he ;
passenger In tho new' liner Slulnyo
Mm 11, which will arrive hero Sepllm
The slock market was ipilelor l
dav thin for a wttk, although the
pi lee of sugar shuns no signs of n
1 earl Ion fi tun the present hlgh-vv.ilei
mat k of I y'lJI The volume of trad
lug was iiniismill) scant, parllcularlv
at tho iiiornlug session of the n-
Stockholders of the"' Oalpt Sugar
lompaii) nro waiting now for sonic
I'.nnoiuieenieiit of Iho llliauclal )llt:
that will bu followed bv tho Liiuipaii)
In putting through lis costl) plans for
the great Irrigation scliemo on which
losephjLlpplucottonil Cat I Wortlifii.
cinkt cxpcits have been working
l.lppltitott was booked as 1111 outgoing
pishingei on tho Siena Huh morr
lag, hut Wnrlhcn stius. It Is umler-
Htood, to siiH?rlnteud the woik Th
Btockhohlers Iito anxious to learn
what the financing of tho plans will
l.e, and this mav account foi the slight
diop In Oahu, which sold this 1110111
ing at 31 no.
Hawaiian Commeitlal showed n
htiir-piut diop and F.wu watr nlf a
ipiaitcr of a point, uccoidlug to Iho
NEW BARGE FOR
Tim new slx-tyin d inrgo for the
Pimm mi flowing Club nfilvtd this
morning b) tho I.nrllne.
The lingo Is u dandy nnd Is lighter
than Hint of the Iltuhint It was built
by Kit nan The boat was taken oft
this morning- by the M)rllo members,
with Captain Hill Lyle managing tho
vvurkTnnd wns taken over to tliu Sljr-
tlo.clubhoime, vv'here It will bo kept
till the Fiiuncno crew nrrlves during
the llrst week of Si ptember.
At tho prise nt time the bn)s lire
training consistently ut SI1111I, mid thu
local lo)s aro also out every evening
011 the harbor working out for tho
coining lig-lttn. which Is expected to
lie one of the best Del In Id hue
'1 lie, new Kiinuu hinge, for tho Mir
th h vvll uiilve Monday b tho Moil
goll 1, und the mimbeis me nnxlously
dualling Its 111 rival.
Many mothers have learned
how much they needod
by taking It to show tholr
children that It was a sweet
For thirty-five years It has
been the, best known speclfle
against fatigue and enfeeble-
ment, as well as the standard
remedy for warding off and
relieving colds and affec
tions of the throat and lungs.
SURETY CO. Gilt
(Continued from Pag 1)
,rtinclw,cya;i),aVlftthtit It was
.also brought, to the nlteiillon of the
iittiiitioj.RctiPinl, then Clt.'nlcn It
llclnenwnv.lho troublo wnsjover tho
Insurance of It W. jlarker.'l'1
After considerable willing hack ami
forth and long oxpltiiiatloust'fioiii the
compiii), tho lnvcstlgatlon,Wits ilrop
ped. It Is stated (hat tlicjjcnmpiuy
hit up the plt)a Hut lliirkerjlind vph
tnsuied by It on tho coastiti'foie.
In the possession of tliii'ntlornp)
general's ilepaitmcnt 111 o two letleis
from lleineuwii) to tho compiii), tho
nrt thrcntpiilng tho iHYeicnljon eiflhn
Hi onto, the second stating that nfler
Investigation the mattei h.nl been
The letlors me as follows:
October 21, I'lil'j.
Pniillc Study Conipui),
101 Saiisomo Stixct,
San Francisco, C.il.
Gentlemen I have jour loiter of
delte)hCr 1!, IHO1), wheieili you stnto
lint after reading Stclloti 2(',l(l of tho
He-vised Laws or Hawaii, thpru Is 110
eiuestlon but that ou violated tho
provisions of this sccllem In writing
iilhleill) (bond poveilng Slji. It. W
Haikei ns bookkeeper In teji employ I
jif (.h'Kuuliaii Sugar Plantation Com- '
f regVet' to Infoim on thnt under
IIipso elrciinistuures, theru fs iiollilng
which rehlaliiH to he done III pursu 1
UliCe' bf Hip duly which Is Jahl upoii
11)0 Insurance Cominlssloutjr of the
Terrlloi utlici linn to rufokn jour
'llcensp. The piovlslons it tho I iw
me explicit nml in indalor'.j No dls
f it tlon pIbIs In Iho Insuipiico Coin
nilssldnei 'and It Is Impossible- for 1110
In do otherwise Hunt to lopijit to him
Hint Iho tiw his been violated bv
juiiihiir I nn assure )nii Hilt In
view of )Oin 1 as! ipeord and espo
tlill) In view of. the altitude which
j on have taken In ngird to this mai
ler, there Is no doubt Hint the Insiir
.111111 ('oniiulsslouer will hi glad lfcls
biio n nuw lieenso to joii upon i).
Inent of the nfituloi) f(,o. lies uisti
eif Iho .it til iulo )oii hive assiiiueil. I
am Infiiimlng ou or the tie Hon which
will hive to he I ikon In order that
.Mm 111 iv If 011 ieslii iiiuko ariangp
minis thioiigh tun ngt nts or other
wise fm the securing of a new lice use
llinni dlatol) tuptm Hip iovoi illon of
join piiM'nt lliensi, and In ouii to
give .Mm time to m ike such .11 range
nipnlti, I will go so rir us,lo advlsa
j oil that jour Iheiibn will not bu re
vol.Pil until tho l,lli day or Novembei,
I00'i . ,
Verj 1 1 uly joins, '
(Signed) C. It, HUM JN WAV.
Jnuuiry ai, 11)1(1.
A P Itetldlng. Fq, " f
Pacific Riueiv Co. of Callfoinli,
101 Sinsomo Sheet,
Sim Fiauclsco, C11I
Sir Your lellei of Nnvenilipr .1 J
with inclosures, was h inde,,l to uiu
h) my iltpiil) upon my leliirn to tin-
I havo given Iho matter of Iho can
cellation or jemr license fiiither on
slileuitlon nnd have ram hilled. In vlow
of tho ippiesentatlnns mndf not lo
ipport tho m.altpr to tho jnsiiraiipn
Commissioner. This declsloii will of
luri'sslt) mean lint tho riiatler of
cancellation Is lorniln lied, ljnni noil-
ning vniir 10c.11 ngentg orimy ron-
Veiy truly jourB,
(Signed) C. It' HDMIINWAY,
Tho Slnsslo Wireless Coinpitiy Inn
roulractpd with tho Cnllfoinla-Atl 111
tlo Steamship Coiupaii) for iho eipilp
ment of tho n.alis k Clieseliinii(,h
fleet with three klllowaU wlrclesi
outfits Tlio work of liistnlllng tho
nOpaintiis will go on ns onch vessel
nirlvos at Snn ritmelsco fioni Pa
nama. Tho licet Includes tho sto lin
ers Slnckliinw, I.eelannw, Hohert Hoi
lar Gooige W, Fetivvlck, PlfladcH and
Nuvnjo. At ptewnt Masslo Instru
ments mo nn elghlcen sleumeiB opei
ntlng on tho nnst ten of which be
longs to the P.inaiu 1 fleet of tile Pa
cific Mall Company
Prcshhiit Tuft has n new ildlnghor-i
,finm West Vbglnla He has niime