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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, AUG. 26, J91L
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I Masonic Temple personalities
I Weekly Calendar
P I.ralil t'lupler . 'J
J- . Itcgular
p TUESDAY: I
All visiting uiRmDini of to
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
tt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
If SHltiaVa a
URINE ENSlNtER? m Aim
BENEFICIAL A$SnCIATION. elation- cor.
IAWAIIAN TEIBIi, Ko. 1, 1. 0. K. M.
Meet erery nrrt and third Tbura
faj ot each month at Knight of
Pythla Hall. Visiting brother eor
tally Invited to attend.
W J. rtOBlNSON, Sachem.
11 V. TODD, C. of IL
lOHOLULU LOBQE, 616, B. P. 0. Z.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIS, B. F. O.
Ik, meet In their hall, on King
treet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brother are cordially
tovlted to attend.
d. p. n. isnNTtrcna, e. it.
ai:o. t. klui:ui:l, sec
Wit KcKINlEY I0DQE. KO. 8,
Hnu every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock lu K. of P,
Sari, cor. Fort and Boretanla. VUlt
Ing brother cordially invited ti at
Und. F. F. KILBET, C. C.
B. A. JAC011SON, K. It. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every tlrst and third Friday at
"30 o'clock. P'llil.iu Hall, corner Dcrc
tnnla and Fort streets. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
S. DKCKEll. C. C.
O. HONE, K. of It. & 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets nil second nnd fourth Wednes
day . evening of each month nt 7:30
o'clock, in Snn Antonio Unit, Vineyard
tjtrect. near Dmnia. Visiting brothers
are Invited to nttetul.
c.i:o. A. DAVIS, W. P.
VM C. M'COY, Kocy.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record August 25, 1911.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
William T Ituullns to Anna, V. Had-
Antonio S do Hcgo to Josod.i H
Walter Hurst by lilgli slier to John
A Heaven SherD
Addlo II Clear to P.iellle Fishing
A K Ozanii, tr, to llnwall Prod-
ueo Co Ltd
I'mmn H Hewitt and hsli et al to
Takle Okiiiniirn, tr
Tiikln Oliiimiirn, tr, to 'I'rs ot llo
Honolulu Jap.ineso School D
Honolulu Japntiemi School by tr to
I Katsukl ct nl, tr D
8 Uyeno to Trs of Honolulu Jap
anese School D
Kalmukl liiinil Co Lt'd to William
O Andriido et nl D
Entered for Record August 26, 1911.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Nakada Tsuriiiiialsii to llllo Km-
porlum Ltd CM
1'gtichl citnuiuUii to llllo Ihupo-
rluin Ltd CM
llayuilildii Tukeiiiiitsii to Yuma-
Hllltll Yctsmr.c CM
Peter VlUor to H IJ Wilson D
John Santos and wf to Mis Mow
J K Tuvnrt-8 and vf to Antono
J M Tuvure-i and wf to Joso do
Geo V. Miner to 1-Mwfird II lt.illey
ct nl Htl
lllgiiHlilhara aonroku to llllo Km
porlum Ltd CM
Colin McLcnuuH nnd t to C U
F II lTnyseldcn to IjiI Doong ...
O II S hinder, tr. Jo Manuel H No.
Ttahela Holo to I It'll lloko.iua ....
Helen Frellus and IibIi to Ben Ho-
l(i in mi D
Oscar P Cox to Hnonn Kaeo ltd
For Kauai Ports.
Tho Inter-Island stenmor Noenu In
on tho berth to sail for Knual ports shipment of explosives und somo oth
on next Monday evening. The steam-1 Cr lines ot supplies,
crs dopaituro, hus been (l.xcd for live an e
A W ('All'l'lllt iiml Mrs. Carter
have returned from n Islt to the volcano.
I. 11 MI3TZ(1I3H and wlfo of llllol
woro among the passengers to nrrlvo
; Iri tlio steamer Mauti.i Kca tills morn
.Ml! AND MMS. (113011(113 C. I1KCK
I.13Y itrc expected to nrrlvo homo
fuim their ueditltiK tour on the Mon
golia tt. 9. DISTINCT ATTORNEY BOB
13UT IMITKO.VS la again nt his desk
after a acutlon spent on Hawaii jind
- T C'lilVK DAVIKS will deliver itn
address lit the Katimnkuplli church to-
I morrow uioriiliiR. All nr eeordlally
Invited to attend.
MltS t! 11. CUUT1S, who has been
seilously 111 at Johnson's Sanltorlum,
Is very much Improved and Is on tlio
road to recovery.
T II. 1'irriUi:. of Castle & Cooke,
and a member of the licit Road Com
mission, has returned from n busi
ness trip to Hawaii and Maul.
(I II COLBY, of l.-itirnstor, N. II.,
has written to tho Islands asking for
mine promotion literature. Mr. Colby
was ii resident of Honolulu In tho
.lOSKi'l! K. Tl.MOTi:0. of llawl,
Kolinla, arrived this morning by tho
Manna Kca He will go on tho sur
geon's table for an operation somc
tlmo next week.
11 II. DLANCIIAItl), Territorial
Food Commissioner, Is back from a
lively campaign at llllo nnd other
points In llnwall. Ho returned In the
steamer Manna Kca this morning.
CAUL M BASTI3H will sing again
at Central Union church tomorrow
moraine. Miss C-roce Allen will sing
tho offertory solo. Miss Allen nns
sung far a number of years In ono
of tho l.irgu churches at Ixis Angeles.
MISS (1UACK PARSONS of tlio mm
of Mlllon & Parsons, has returned
from the markets with latest "chic"
Parisian cltects In hats and trtmmlngi)
nnd w IP tie pleased to lmvo the ladles
who appreciate those things, call nt
their millinery parlors, Hotel Btieot,
opposite Young hotel.
BE REPORTED ON
Naval Men to Convene and De
cide Who Is to Be Blamed
For Damage of Navajo, i
A board consisting of Asst. Civil F.n-
glnier (1. S. lluircll, V. . .". as sciom
iiiimiiIht: Chief BoatMvvnln 11. H. bnep-
ley, mid Carpenter T. 11. Seliarp, II. S.
N., will convenn nt tho naval station in
10 o'clock, Tuesday morning, to In
liiho Into and report on tlio loss of tho
IT. S. tug Navajo's propeller or any
oilier d.uiiago to tho vessel resulting
Irom an accident vshllo uliemptliiK to
pash around tho dredger California at
the entrance of Pearl llarlior.
The bo.lrd will be required to express
an opinion as to who Is to blamo and
also the coMt for repairing tho damugo
Tho Hawaiian Dredging Company,
owner of the California, has been notl-
lied of tho meeting to tako placo next
Tuesday and will bo allowed to bavo n
representative present, should It desire.
Tlio stories told by both tlm men
aboard tho dredger and Chief Gunner
ll.iliion differ somewhat. Ilabson, who
Is lu command of tho Navajo, states as
follows: "When vo wcro entering
Poni I harbor our courso up tho clian
nel was blocked by tho dredger at
work and all Its moorings. Wo waited
for a signal to tell us on which sldo
of lur In go, and sho signaled to pass
around her to starboard. As soon as
we had fcturtril, tlio dredger saw this
mistake and Immediately whistled dan
ger, and to go around tlio port side,
Tlio Navajo's engines were stopped
light away, and as she swung around
between tin; moorings sho got caught
In one submerged, which resulted" In
cairlng away one of tho propeller
blades and breaking off part of un
otlier' Tlio itnilger Is of the opinion that
tlio pint signal was given llrst.
The Navajo will bo hoisted clear of
tho water by means of tlio marlno rail
way and her Injuries looked Into.
Sho brought, three extra propellers
with her, so tliero will bo no dllllculty
in replacing tho broken one.
Just whether tho dredging company
will h.ivo to stand for tlio damage dono
bus, of course, not et been decided.
According to local navigators, tlio ac-
eliHnt would novcr lmvo occurred to
any of tho Intcr-Miind craft, as tliey
know tho waters outiddo tbp channel
perftctly, but n government bout has
to follow tho courso given lier by chart,
as It would be Impossible for tho olll
cer In command In kiiow tlio navigable
waters of every little bay In tlio
Kauai Wilt Take Hllo Mall.
Tlio Iittor-lblaild aloamor Kdtittl
balling fur Ilotinmu and Pepeokeo nt
fiTur o'clock this nflciiition will ho
given an accumulation of limit dcblin
cd for llllo and nearby points on llio
big Island. The Kauai Is taking n
City Transfer Co.
JA3. H. LOVE
Cluni'ilnr Pronounced Handsome Ship.
Manager A. 11 Davidson of the Pa
clllc Oil mid Transportation Com
pany, has received n wireless from
the American oil tanker J. A, Chans
lor to tlio effect that the flno nuy ves
sel will be an arrival nt tho port nt
on early hour on Sunday morning.
Tho Chanslor la understood ns bring
ing down about forty-llvo thousand
barrels of fuel oil for local consump
tion. Tho Chanslor Is said to bo ono
of the finest stenm tankers In tho Pn-
clllc today. In commission but n
few months, the steamer Is fitted up
In a manner that might well bo
claimed luxurious ns far as the ac
commodations ot her officers nro con
cerned. Her decks nro of tenk wood,
while n largo amount of mahogany la
employed In the Interior finishing to
be found In the quarters of the offi
cers. Tho Chanslod is provided with
all the latest nppllanrcs for ridding
the tanks of tho consignments of oil.
Manager Davidson Invites a general
Inspection of the handsomo new
steamer during tho slay ot tho Chans
lor .nt tho port.
Paselnn of the Drum.
Hundreds of empty gasollno drums
which have been accumulating nt llllo
nnd other points along Hawaii will
form a portion of tho enrgo to bo
taken away by tho Matsnn Naviga
tion steamer llllonlan to depart from
llllo on Monday. At tho tlmo of de
parture of tho lntcr-Island steamer
Malum Kca from tho Hawaii mctro
jkiIIs a considerable rtuanttty of sugar
awaited tho arrival of the llllonlan
fioui Port Allen. Tho schooner A. V.
Coats which has been discharging lum
ber at tho Hllo railway wharf was
expected to get away for the co'isl to
day. Tho Ilorealls Is lying oh Valnnkii.
discharging lumber. She urrlvcd In
port labt Sunday afternoon.
The schooner Meliose, with a car
go of lumber, was expected to arrive
yesterday as sho was sighted oulsldo
by tho Manna Ken. She Is twenty'
six days out from Pitgct Sound.
Ban on Stowawayi.
Tho Manila Cablenews says this of
tlio over-present slowaway:
Tlio milllaiy authorities have fur
sonic time past been troubled by Fili
pino stowaways on tho U. 8. Army
transports sailing from Manila for
tho United Slates. Various methods
of pii'vcnllng persons blowing away
on theso boats have been tried, nono
of which havo been wholly successful
It has been decided that it determin
ed effort shall now bo mndo, and to
that end in future all stowaways
found mi outgoing transports will be
put nslioro nt tlio neatest Inhabited
placo on tlio Island of Limiu. Ity
this nienim It If hoped to discourage
stowaways, for not only will they not
get away finm tho Philippine, Islands,
but It will also be quito difficult. In
all probability, for them to llnd their
way back to Manila from sumo ot tho
Isolated barilos on the coast of north
Tuesday Will Be Lively.
Tuesday gives promise of being n
lively day along tho waterfront. Tlio
Matson Navigation steamer Lurlluo
will bo dispatched Tor San I'Tanciscii
nt six o'clock taking a fair list of
cabin passengers and a big shipment
of sugar and pineapples. This ves
sel will depatt from lliiekfeld wharf.
Among the Inlcr-lsland steamcts lit
least live will bo dispatched for oth
er ports. The Manna Ken goes to
llllo via Hawaii ports nt ten, follow
ed by tho Knnn and Knu liner nt
noon. The Mlkahala will ho away for
Maul, Molokal and Lannl ports at
five o'clock followed by tlio Klnnu for
Knual ports. Tho sleamcr Llkcllko
will pinbably be back In tlmo for dis
patch on n special sugar gathering
trip while tho steamer Maul Is nlno
Kalwlkl Mill to Soon Clove Down.
(Irliullng will boon enso at Kalwlkl
Sugar mill ns tho crop Is about all
harvested and It Is now expected thai
this mill will lie through tho season's
work next week. Tlio steamer Milium
Kca arriving fiom llllo via wny pints
this morning met with modcrnto
trades und easleily bcmh on tho home
waul voyage. Tho Mnuna Kc.rpass
ed tho Btenmor lloleno off Ookala, tlio
W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Bole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Llkcllko at Kohol.ilele taking cm uus'
nr. The Llkcllko It Is believed will nr
rlvo at Honolulu on Monday, Tho
steamer Wullele was nt I louokna load
ing sugar and Is duo to loliirn here
today, Tho Ilttlo Mlllor Bntvngo
schooner Ka Mol was an arrival at
Hllo on last Thursday. Tho Mnuna
Ken freight list Included n quantity
of empties, 21 crates of butter, 4 bnr
rets tallow, 40 cords wood, 8724 foot
of native lumber, 8 crates chlckem
nnd 200 packages sundries. A large
number of cabin and deck passengers
let uracil In tho flagship.
Hakalau Lead the Lift.
Ilaknlaii leads In tho amount, of
sugar on hand al Hie plantation ware
houses mi Hawaii and awaiting ship
ment to tho coast. According to re
port brought by Purser Phillips of
tho steamer Mnuna Kca tho following
sugar Is awaiting shipment: Olna
lM.lfl, wnlnkcn 2,00n, Hawaii Mill
240O, Wnlnaku 1 1 son, Oiiomen !i;58,
cpcckco 1000, Ilonouiu 6200, Hakalau
21,000, Laupahochoo I2U0, Ookala
1700, Kiikulnu 571, lliuiiakim ln.nim,
llouokna IilOi), Piiiinluii 3ii(l0 and IIo
liuapo 392S sacks.
Death of Chief Steward Phleffer.
Rudolph Phleffer for ems passing
between San Franclrco, Honolulu and
tho Oilcnt as an olllclnl conncctcit
with the stewards department of
commercial liners as welt as army
transports Is dead. For somo tlmo
past Phleffer wnk chief steward In
the United Slates tinny trnnsixirt
Slierlilan, As n visitor at Honolulu
lio was deservedly popular with n
largo clrclo of friends. llo passed
away at his home at Alameda, Cali
Sparks from the Wireless,
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, en roiito from
San Francisco to Honolulu, 8 p. in.
014 miles off; nrrlvo 8 a. in. Monday;
P. M. S. S. Persia, en roiito from
Yokohama to Honolulu, 8 p. 111. GT.7
miles off; nil well.
Nllhau .Back from Kauai.
This' Inlcr-lsland Bteaincr Nllhau
from Kauai jxiits was an arrival this
morning bringing !!!(:! sacks niigur,
CO sacks rice, 19 bales hides, a quan
tity of sundilej. Tlio vessel met with
lino weather and smooth seas on the
I PAB8CNOEH8 AHHIVED ,
Per 8tiiirMnunn eKa, from Hllo
via way ports, Aug. 26. K. .1. KNen
sohn and wife. Dr. B; F. West nnd
wife, .1. L. Ilurgnync, Miss iM,nlic,
Miss 11. Sehultzc, Mrs. L. Schultzc,
Miss W. Ilalslcnd. Mrs. W. A. llnl
bteuil, MIbs II. Webber, Mrs. II. Ilols
inan, II. W. Forward and wife. If.
llolsmaii. It. Ilolsmaii, M. 11 Wright
nnd wife. It. Pratt, Miss Achilles,
Misses Carter (2), Ceo. Brown, Mrs,
Sllva and 2 children, I). 1C. Mctzger
and wire, It. 1. Lllllo, Mrs. J. T. Icwls,
Miss K. Nakaliinto, (1. Mnniumira
llni. Vincent, D. Ciockctt, L. Kwan,
K. II. Illaucliiird, C. F. White, C. F.
Wood, I). II. Wood, Mrs. Clinch liny,
Misses Chuck lloy (2), w. (1. Itorgln
wlfo and child, Master L. Chase, It.
W. Biookons, wife and daughter, W.
McCluskey and wife, Mrs. Colo, Mrs.
Fcrnntiilez and servant, T, It. Rob
inson, K. .1, Illckcr, J. L. Horner, .1,
Cliiard, It. Sinclair, Miss .1. oKnloha,
Mrs. Tom Linn nnd child, C. do Mol
In. W. S. Crane, Itcv. Itn, Maslor P.
Oncss, T. II. Pctrlo, J. F. Woods, Dr.
II. D. tloiid und wire. Miss Bond, Miss
D. Taylor, J. Tlmotco, J. K. Zablaii,
T. Ilnrnda and wife, Miss A. Meln
tyre, Mrs. .1. C, Brims, ll. C. Austin
mid wifu, Mliis Austin, It. Fiickc, M.
T. Miller, A. UuiIh, A. W. Carter nnd
wlfo, .Master Carter, Misses Carter
(2), Misses Young (2), Miss Mlamotu,
O. Sorcnsoii, It. S. Hosmor, Miss A.
Schudlcr, Miss (1. McCorrlslon, J. Do
Itego, V. IloblilMili, A. ltoso, Hang
Chuck and wlfo, Itov. W, II. Oleson,
Itov. Itldcr, I (Jimn Snn, Ah Ioo, II.
Asain, Ah Toon, Miss L. Beck, Misses
Alt oo (2), Mrs. Riicrroin nnd child, L,
Tobrluer, .1. Dowsy, K. C. Yat. W. L
Dcciilo, C Cabtloman and wife. Miss
Allngiio, Mrs, H. A. Paniil and child,
Mis. K. Nnwnnlo, V.n Yalo Piiug, Ah
Fuo; Miihtcr All Sat, f
NT-BULLETIN ADS PAY-
Saturday, Aug. 26.
llllo via way sirts Manna Ken,
stinr., n. m.
Friday, Aug. 25.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claiiillnc
Blmr., B p. m.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Saturday, Aug. 26.
SRATTLK-Sallcd, Aug. 23: S. S. CO
liimhinn, for Honolulu. '
DKLaWAHB BHKAKWATKIl Arrlv
ed, Aug. 2C: Ship John Knu, hence
Mny 14 (10.1 days).
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Aug. 20: S. S,
Clilyo Mam, henco Aug. 15.
POUT tlAMIlLK Sailed. Aug. 26:
Schr. Alice Cooke, for Honolulu.
I rr-r. m
Ship Fun nt Ilcla ware Breakwater.
The American ship John Knn, which
tcft the Islands on May 14th with n
full enrgo of Biigar, Is reported to
have arrived nt Dclavvaro Breakwater
today, making n pnssago of ono hun
dred und thrco days 'from Honolulu.
Alice Cooke Him Sailed from Sound.
Tho American schooner Alice Cooke,
with n shipment of lumber for low
ers &. Cooke, Is reported to have
sailed from Port Oamble for the Is
lands today.t i ,
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and who -shipped as donkeyiuan nl n
dollar n month, had little to say con
cerning tlio unexpected return In Ho
nolulu, savo that ho might bo Induced
again ship In tho Eclipse should that
vessel bo repaired and dispatched for
"I'm Game,'' Saya Helblg.
"I'm game, iiml ready to proceed
to sea ns soon as icpalrs ran be made
to tlio hold abovo the water lino. Tho
schooner Is sound ns a dollar, but sho
has been out of commission so long
that tho upper portion of the vessel
has hecomo dried out," Insisted Cap
tain Helblg lit discussing his plans
with a rcprcscntntlvo of tho B title
1 1 n this .morning.
"Wo wcro from Wednesday night
until this morning heating back to
Honolulu. At daylight wo wcro off
Diamond Head and then set up signals
which brought n tow.
"I do not believe that It should
tako much over a week to complete
lepntis ho that wo can again proccca
"Afmld of typhoon?' No (hero Is
nothing lu It." Helblg claims to have
been with tho Pacific Mall ns u first
officer for nn extended period. Ho
says thntiho Is familiar with water.)
and weather In tho Far Bust and tho
twisting iiml devastating typhoon
which can led death and destruction
In Its trail has no tenuis for him.
Say It Was a Case of Cold Feet.
Itcdliuuso and Macaiilay made a
bravo show at Indlffcrcnco over their
return to Honolulu but nevertheless
there were plain Indications that the
decision reached by Captain Helblg
lu taking u back track did not appeal
to them lu tho least.
"I simply wanted to mnko a trip
(o tho Far Kast," stated Itedlionso.
"and I took .idvniitago of the offer
mndo mo by tho skipper of tho ICc
llpso. While declining to mnko n
statement concerning an alleged con
nection with tho Spencer famll.y who
llgmod In tho recent Tongood murder
case, Iledhoiiso Insisted that ho did
not makn uiiy atlempt to keep his. du
partuio from tho Hawaiian Islands ns
a sec ict.
Tho fact that tho tlmo-honored Kc
llpso did turn back was no surprlso
to local watcrtioiitcrs who hnvu re
sided hero for years and well know
the old gasoline schooner which
jcaiH ago used to he a factor In tho
cord-wood trade between Ithls pint
nud Hawaii. Somo members of tho
crew nro Inclined to the belief that
tho skipper siiffeied nn acute attack
of chilled feet after (lib last glimmer
of light from Hawaii nel bad diopped
below tho horizon.
Additions to the Come.Back Club.
Tho Flllpimis plainly showed their
disappointment In tho fallilio of the
fast mid fin Ions ICcllpso in coiitluil
lug tlio voyage Sovcu of thcbo men
wciu to-receive fifteen dollars a mouth
for their scrvlco whllo ono ns as
sistant cook was In Hue fur butter
"Wo might as well apply for ad
mission to tho Come-llael; Club," do
chircd Iledhoiiso us ho nud Mneatilay
Bought tho shady sldo of Fort street
and proceeded up town,
Tho Kellpso branch of tlio Como-
Back Club In tiddlthm to Caplahi Hol
T. McDonnhl, llrst ni.ilo; J. John
win, caipculnr; John Williams, nsik;
,1. W. A. Itedlionso btoward; J. Ma
caiilay, i)oiikeymau; Km old 1,111117,
lioatswiiln, and seven Filipino sea
men. Tho city of New York has nwnrded
the whole $22",000,000 subway extcn
slon to tho Brooklyn Itapld Transit
These Cigars Profit
YouNot the U. S.
We might make our elfl n In Cuba. But we couldn't make
them any better, and ihe duty would double the cost. v
So we eave fully B0 pe cent, by having our factory In Tampa,
Florida where Cuba's climate prevails.
Her we employ none but Cuban experts the best cigar
makers In the woHd.
Our tobacco Is the pick of
the choicest Havana leaf
grown selected from the stalk
mellowed on native soil and
prepared In our own Cuban
No man who knows the de
lights of pure Havana to
bacco will fall to appreciate
the Van Dyck "Quality."
AT YOUR DEALERS 3-FOR-25c TO 25c EACH
A. GUNST & CO. "The House of Staple." Distributors
HILO, Aug. 25. Within tho next
week or ten days tho county will start
icpalrs on Front slicot, between Hllo
nud Walakea, which Is now In very
bad condition, according to u stnlo
luent made Tuesday by llo.nl Super
visor Kohnln, in shaking of the
mill tor ho slated that ho vvMic-il to
slnrt tho wink as soon ns possible, on
account or tho Iiml condition of tho
mad, which has the heaviest traffic
of any sticcl on tho Island, but that
nulhliig could ho done at tho present
tlmo, until the work being dono by
tho llllo water department Is com
pleted. Telephone Work Delayed.
It will probably bo .at least three
months lic-foro tho llllo Telephone
Company will hnvo installed lis now
switchboard In tho building built tor
Hint Purpose on King street. The
nrrlvnl of tho now manager, who will
tako tho position made vncajit
through tho death of tho latu 13. K.
Richards. Is expected about tho first
or September and work Is at prcselit
practically at 11 standstill, nwiiltlnp:
tils advent, as It Is possible that ho
may decide on homo changes rrom
tho inesent plans and To rlhls rea
son II Is thought Ihat It Is best for
tho work hot to go ahead.
Judge Wise Quits One Job.
Judge W, S. Wise bus icsigncd
from the position ns boundary coih
inlsslon for this district, to which
ho was appointed nbout n month ngo
by (Inventor Frear, and the position
Is again vacant. It seems that the
appointment of Wlso camo ns n com
nlolo simlrlso. the first Information
nit the subject coming to til 1 ti as tfio
result of a wiitlc'sB nicBsago rcceiv
cd by tho Herald. Ho failed to sea
whero ho could profit by holding tho
position, 'which lias 110 salary and nl-
m has always turned out td bo 11 hi
ullloii of the most thankless diame
ter. Fight at Camp,
The Pcpcokeii liiaukn ramp wns lio
occasion of conshlcrublo excitement
last Tuesday night, when 11 Porto III-
can named Itamon Martinez, evident
ly somewhat deranged ns tlio result
of excessive use of liquor, ran amuck
and frightened tho laboicrs In that
section badly. He was tinned with
two ratio knives, lint was placed un
der arrest before ho did any personal
Injury to tlie workmen,
As the result of tho visit or Food
Commissioner Jtlaiirhard to this city,
twelve Oriental Btoickeopcrs weio
placed limit! arrest yoBleiday, charg
ed with selling poisonous drugs with
out having ii pharmacist's license. Tho
samples ohlalmd weio most Japanese
piedlelncs 'coiitiilulng opium, strych
nine und othor poisons and according
In Mr Blaurliiird enough poisonous
drugs could ho obtained lu Hllo stores
that havo no right to sol) them, to
kill a regiment or soldiers.
As was predlctod sqvernl weeks
ngu tho Honolulu Iron Works
bus bought tho lease and build
ing of tho old plueapplo cnniiory ut
Walakea. An iip-to-dato plant Willi
a full equipment for plantation work,
will he Installed.
I). Howard Hitchcock, tho Honolulu
iiitlsl, has been spending tiuvciul
weeks at tho Volcano and In Pima,
making sketches from which lo paint,
lotiirned to Honolulu by the Inst Ma
County I'nglneer Soutliwotth hus
piopared maps and plans for tho ro-
clifuiatlon of tliOjJow land... between
All the rare fragrance and
tweet mellowness of the "Im
ported" Is retained in this
cigar. All the expense attach
to the word left out.
Arid there's a Van Dyck
"Quality" cigar for every
taste. They come In 27 differ
ent sizes thin and mild, fat
Smoke one today.
Front and Volcano streets and run
ning between Furiicaiix lano and tho
As tho result ot a biiggcsllon from
Judge Wise, made lu the trial of tho
Alfied Caspar case, any hack-driver
found to bo Intoxicated will bo de
prived of his license. Ckrspar iw'js
allowed to forfeit $50 ball mid wnu
placed under a $500 bond to keep tho
The Kiikniau btoro was cnlcied by
a robber Inst neck, who nccurod
$217.00 In cash.
An unnamed plniilntloii ninn ob
jects to the relocation of tho Olaa
10 Ad 011 tho ground of expense and
also because tho turns and twists aro
Judge Parsons nnd his court staff
went to llouokna yesfcrday to open
and rloso tlio term ot court called
for by law. A few naturalizations
wcro nn tho program.
L. D. Larson, pathologist or tho
experiment Station In Honolulu, spent
sovcrnl 'ayA In this vicinity leaving
Monday for Hakalau.
Tim llouokna plantation has com
pleted Kb crop with n total of 0,000
Ions, which is a lnigo crop but not
up to sumo o tho em ly estimates.
Health Inspector Don Bow mini ic-p
tinned from 11 trip around tho Isl
and on Monday, bringing with him
Food Commissioner Blancliard whom
ho picked up at Maliuknna last Wed
nesday. Tho Into K. 13. nlclianls died with
out leaving a will and the pioperty
belonging to tho children has been
placed In tho hands of tho First
Trust Company of llllo by tho court,
AWAY FOR GOOD
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extent. Aiming tho vessels that hnvo
been mentioned to tako tile placo ot
tlio rather iiutlquntcd Thetis, Is tho
cutter Bear, 11 vessel of identically
tho same (nnnngo ns the Thetis hut
said lo bo a raster boat. Tho Bear
has been stationed at San Diego, Cal.
Tho Manning which has visited theso
wilteiB is also a possibility ittnl tho
tiiwliig'strength and speed of this I It
llo vessel Is well known to shipping
people of Honolulu who watched tho
cftnrtH of tho Manning In rendering
nsslstanco to tlio Pacific Mall liner
Manchuria anil llio United Stafos
Atnly transport Sbcildnn soma flvo
ycarB ligo vvhi'd theso vessels wero
nshoru nt different points no great
dlstiltico from Honolulu.' '
Tho d.ii:i!lflentloiiB of the rovcnmi 1
cutter Snohomish built In 10O8 Is wol i
known lo Iocnl Federal officials, This
vossol has been operating out of
Ncnh Hay, Washington, fur somo time
Tho cutler Tahonia now used by
tho United Stales government on Pit
get Sound wllh lioadipiarters at Se
nt! lo Is a vessel of but fow yearn in
Collector Stackahlo still has hopes
that wllon Unclo Sinn docs decldo the
matter, that Hawaii will bo given a
cutter mole In keeping with tho de
mands' mndo upon such a vessel.
Of tho vessels at present available
tliu Manning appeals to have the In
side track for f tit mo station ut Ho-
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