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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, SEPT. 18, 1911.
Lentil Clublcr n. -2-llcgul.ir.
Ilnniilliin First .llcgrie.
1 1 o not u In Coiiiiiiiiliilcr)
ILniull.ui I'lrst Digrre.
All Tlilttm mtmtiirn ol te
Order are cordially Invited to
attend moetlnm nt local ladfta
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M.
MARINE FNGINtERSr othei Aio
4KEFICIAL ASS-'-IATIOli ciUoni cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Mee.i iwiy first and tlilril Tuesday
or each month In l-'mti'riilly Hall, I O,
(i building ' Visiting brothers cor
dlallk luvili'il In attiml.
.1 ItOUINKON. Sachem,
i: V. TODD. ' nr II.
HONOLULU LOUPE, 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Uidga No. (16, U. P. O.
f.lki, meets !u their hall, on King
itreet, Hear Port, avary Friday ava
ulnic. Visiting Brothers ara cordially
'nvlted ti atteni.
II 1' It. ISHNUnrtO. E. R.
(ii:o. t. ici.iii:oi:i sec.
McKINLEY LODOE. NO. 8,
K. of P.
'' Uta r 2iid'Hhd.4Ui Saturday
fcnlng t 7:20 o'clock In K. of P.
1111, cor. Port und lleretuula. Villi
lng brother cordially invttad to at
Uod. F. F. KILBEY, C, C.
15, A. JACOUSON, K. R. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Friday at
7 SO o'clock, Pythian Hall, corner Uere
tanl.i und Port streets. 'Vfsltlns broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
S. PECKER, vC. cv
i J' o. hi:ink, id'ot n. s.
JHONOLULU-AERIEIW,, F. O' E.
Miets on second and fourth Wednes
day evening of each month at 7:30
o'clock. In Sin Antonio Hall, Vineyard
Mrwt, near- Kinnin. Visiting brothers
iro Invited to attend. .
(1EO. A. DAVIS? W. P.
WM. C. M'COY, Secy.
MILTON & PARSONS
nre showing n complete line of
SUMMER AND FALL MILLINERY
Also the latest noviltfes 111 leathers,
l'lowiiH and Hand Trlpunlng.'
Hotel Street Opposite Young HoUl
NEW SCHOOL HATS
Handsome Panama Hatt for Ladies at
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
MRS. F.S. 2EAVE returned from
New York on the 8. 8. Williel-
mina with a TULL LINE OF GOWNS,
ready to wear, and novelties personally
ulected. Thete goods will be on dis
play MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, when
Mrs. Zeavo will bo pleated to see all
Per customer! and frionds at her rooms
In the Young Building.
Manila and Madeira Embroidered
Collars, Coifs and Handkerchiefs
Bahy Pillow Slips
1027 Nuuanu Street
IICOIHNIW) JUNK a
AH the llsii l laionaMs 'r)tt
F SCHNACK returned from Hawaii
Sam Kelllnol, from Maul, was tin
Interested race watcher Saturday.
U M HOWAUD, of Fort Worth, who
lias been visiting In the elty, has re
turned to his home.
MIL AND MRS. THKO. BARCLAY,
of llonokaa. arrived by the Muuna
Kea and will stuy in town nbuut ten
days. They are irt the Young.
I M. MAUTKNSON, of Vuncouver,
II, C, passed through hero recently
on his way to thu Orient und on his
icturn expects t stay for an extended
MANAUEU HANS F. WUHUMANN
of the" Konn branch of the First Bank
of Hllo, und Miss .lennle Hulk of Chi
cago were married In Honolulu Inst
DEPUTY SHERIFF W.M. WBIINEII
of Hannlcl. Kauai, Is In town, hnv-
Ing arrived yesterday In the Klnau,
Ho will return to his home tomorrow
11. THi:OI)ORK BARCLAY, Rook-
keeper of Honokna Sugar Co. Is In
toun and staying at the Young. He
is also accompanied by his wlfo nnd
proposes touring Onliu before return
lug to the big Island.
.1 A MlCANIH.ESS left by the SI
berla last Saturday for Kllensburg,
Washington Stnte, where ho will be
pn'scnt at thu dedication of the new
Farmers' Rank, In which the McCutid-
less brothers are largely Interested.
DAVID BWA1.IKO. labor leader of
Hllo, Hawaii, will arrhe In the Ma
nna Kea next Saturday morning.
While hero, lie will senk to the mem
bets of the Hill Uiiloua In Notley
Hall, where a special mass meeting
will bo held next Monday night.
.WILLIAM R OAYNOIl, of Now
Yolk has been secured by the Hawaii
nn Trust company to take charge of
IIm bonding and surety business. Mr.
(Ia nor has been with the National
Surety company of New York for some
time A fuw weeks ago the Hawaiian
Trust Company took the local agency
of the suiety company
President bf the Hoard or Health
Dr. J. 8. II. Pratt has received word
from Ciller Inspector Howninu of Ha-
wall as to the cholera outbreak nt
low man paid a visit up there nn
found o'nelother case. He. has taken
the whole bunch nnd placed them In
quarantine near where Captain Cook's
monument stands. The place Is prac
tically only accessible .by. cuio us ut
the hack It Is prelected by n sheer
,oall. lie -stales that', he will keep
them there until they have quite re
covered and has also plenty of room
for uny more who may contract the
So far he has not had time to make
any Investigations into the cause of
the disease but Is working on that at
tho present time.
Pollnwlng u death from amoebic
dysentery und thu finding or two other
cases, us reported on Saturday, l'res-
Went of tho Hoard of Health Dr. J. S.
II. 1'rutt has sent u circular letter
around to ull of trie doctors reminding pump Installed tliero would be noth
them thut this Is u contusions dlscu't lug to fear from an excessive amount
und iisklnir them to renort nil ruses of of water. He states that there Is
It so ,that sinne check can be kept on
The ease which resulted In the death
was that of all elderly woman living
ut Milium, near the College of Hawull
leservntlon. l'rem the symptoms It
nns nt first thought that cholera hud
broken out uguln und u strict quaraii -
tine was kent. 'J'ho Dost mortem ex -
limeevor. reveuleil thut
ilnitli hud occurred from amoebic dys
entery und other eoniplleutluns.
Tim other two eases ore those of a
PurtUKUesM und li Hawaiian, und they
lire being treated III thu hospital.
Lumber IjhIcii Vessels on the Way.
The American schooner Moiidoro,
which has been in thu trade between
Puget Sound und the' Inlands for soino
months, Iiiih sailed rom Astoria, Ore
gon, according lo cables received ut
the local branch of thu Merchants'
Exchunge. Thu vessel departed for
W...H, llallnllsll wrttar,
W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Roiino Wines
Solo Admits Mumrn's Champaynt
( Schlftz Boer
City Transfer Co. -
JAS. rl. LOVE
STRANDED SAILORS WILL GET PAY;
COPRA CARGO TO BE TRANSHIPPED
Money Here For Sailor Boy Crew and Schooner Patterson
May Take Copra to the Coast Captain Miller Dickers
For Distressed Schooner Mauna Kea Makes Special
Trip Belle of Ireland to Sail Last of the Week Persia
Brings the Mail.
Captain Krralt, master of the, ilia;,
tressed schooner Sailor Hoy which nit
Into Honolulu last week In faking
and imseawortny conuition nas re
colvod n response from his owners nt
San Pranclsco. Sulllclent money has
been forwnrddd to pay off thq eight
'sailors 'as soon ns they coinpletb their
ienu of service In thu schooner,' .which
will include' the work of transferring
the ulnety-nvo tons copra from tbo
Sailor Hoy to another vessel.
Captain Krratt, ban uliuul complet
ed a deal wheiehy the shipment of
copru will be trnnshlpied to thqAme
rlcan schooner W. J. Patterson; now
on the mnrluo railway utid about to
sail for the Coast.
The copra has been Mild at San
Francisco and will net ono hundred
dollars a ton delivered nt tho Pacific
Coast. The dried cocodnul Is said
to he In good condition and not In
the least damaged by water. There la
over nine thousand dollars Involved
In tho deal.
Tho accounts of tho distressed
schooner nro being put Into shapo nt
tho ofllco of Shipping Commissioner
Almy this inorplnB...
Eight Mon'ths'piylitho Men.
There Is about eight months pay
coming to the men who have shlpxd
In the little schooner which limped In
to Honolulu harbor some days ago
and now' rides at anchor In "ltotten
How." At twenty-live dollars n month,
each man has sulllclent funds to hln
credit to Insure him from becoming
a public charge on the community
Tho men Hlgned on at tho Coast for
a round trip and Captain Krratt ex-
Iiects them' to turn too as soon oji he
completes a deal for tho transhipment
of the copra, and assist in tho load
In tho meantime, tho men have, tho
option of living aboard the ship until
such time us the matter Is definitely
It is estimated that at least six
thousand dollars will have to be ex-
pended In jilaclng tho Sailor Iloy In
seaworthy condition and to Insure a
safe passage from here to tho roast
This sum Is conshleiod as prohibitive
ami there Is a prospect that tho ves
sel may be token over by one of the
local salvage companies. Captain Mil
ler of tho Miller Salvage Company
hus made a tentative offer for tho
schooner in ovent of Captain Grratt
receUtng Instruction from his owners
lo dlSposc of therossel at this port.
Skipper Would Take a Long Chance.
The skipper of the Sailor Boy says
that he is game and would take n
chance In getting' the schooner to tho
coast with tho assistance of a gasoline
pump. He claims that with such a
sulllclent spare sails and geur on
I board lo flt the vessel out In a man-
nor which" would bring her up to tho
Coatl without trouble,
Ueforo the schooner Is disposed at
n marked sacrifice, the skipper may
'et be ordered to fit tho Bailor Boy
! with a .pump, more powerful than
1 tll01le operated by sailors, and tho lit
u senuoiier men pruceetl u lue
Const, where It Is claimed a far hot
ter price could bo derived from a sale
us a demand for obsolete vessels suit'
uble for barges exists thero where
none could bo found here.
Steamers To Sail for Island Porta.
Tuesday gives pioinlso of being n
busy day with, thu luter-lsland fleet
Saturday being a holiday caused n
practical susienslon of business along
the wnterfiont. Today cargo has been
going down to the several wharves In
n steady slro'im bill no departures
nro scheduled for this day. Begin
li 1 ii fC with tii o'clock tomorrow morn
lug Hid flagship Muuna Kea will ile
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lart for Hllo and way ports, taking
n largo list of cabin and deck pas
scngcrs. At the noon hour four steam
ers nre scheduled to sail, including
,tho Maiunx' Loa for Konai'ond Kau
pons, me Ainui witu ircigni oniy lor
Paauhau, Knkalau and Onkala, tho
Wnllelo with cargo and supplies (or
Honokna 'and1 Kukulhnclc, and tho l.l
kellke'iloW on thu berth to call at
Muhukoiia and Kawalhae. Later on in
tho day Ilia steamer Klnau will bo
dispatched for Kauai ports, tho Ml
kalialn for Maul, Mol kal and Launl
Krts theso vessels being set for de
(Nirture at flvo o'clock In the evening.
Belle of Ireland for Australia,
The shipment of nearly five thou
sand tons Australian coal are going
r.ut'lthe Ilrltlsh freighter Hello of Ire
land at n rate which presages the do-
pal lure of that vessel for Newcastle,
N 8. V., on or about Thursday. The
vessel will be glen u mall destined
for tho Colonies. Tho steamship
'brought fuel consigned to tho lnler
Island Steam Navigation Company,
while the vessel is represented at this
pint by C. Brewer and Company.
Llkellke to Take Plantation Mules.
Twenty head of mules will bo .plac
ed aboard tho Inter-Island steamer
IJkellkc which is scheduled for dis
patch for Houuapo, Mokuluu, an well
t.s Kawalhae and Mahukonn, nt noon
tumorroWjriie vessel will also carry
n IniisUrtlllzef'nnd seVerfal thousand
Itet of. 'lumber.
Pertla to' be a Lato Arrival.
Ttio Pacific Mall steamer Persia,
now en route from San Francisco with
n few layover passengers, und u con
signment of mainland mall is expec'
id will tench the Kirt, beforo dark
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TIDES SUN AND MOON
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T.M 6 40
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10 M 11.10 .VVli
New moon Sept. 22 at 4106 n. m.
tomonow evening nnd In time to pass
the Inspection from quarantine offi
cial. Tlio Persia waa 05? mlios off
the port last night and Captain lc
kett stated he hoped In mnko port
before six o'clock. Tho Persia will
probably be dispatched for tho Orient
on or nboitt ten o'clock tho following
Livestock In the Mlkahala.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Mlkahala
fioni Maul, Molokal rind lJinal Hrls
an nrrlval nt Honolulu on Sunday
morning brought n largo shipment of
livestock and also Hues of general
cargo Including nineteen head of cat
tle, one horse, etghty-ulno pigs nnd
fourteen boxes of chickens, with n
quantity of sundries, In tho cabin
Lthero were thirty-three passeugors.
while twenty-six took deck accom
modations. Lurllne Report.
Tho following wireless message has
teen 'received by tho ngcntH from tho
S. S. I.urllne bound for Honolulu:
S. S. I.urllne, Sept. 1C, 1911, 9:30
li. m. 10i;o miles from Honolulu. Unfit
N. li. wind. Choppy sen. 10,'rt toil's
Cargo for Honolulu. 59 .passengers, lilt
packages Kxpress matter. No mail
.180 Ions cnigo for KaJiiilul, Arrho
Wednesday morning. Ship dockB at
the Hackfeld wharf.
Simla niln With Fuel OIL
Tho American oil tanker Santa
nitu Is tepurted by cable us havlu;;
sailed from Port San Luis with a full
shipment of fuel oil, distilled for Ho
nolulu. Tho steamer left yeslmduy
nnd is consigned to the Union Oil
Conl Has Left XeriruHtle,
Coal, In the American h.irkcnllne
John C. Meyer is reported to have
left Newcastle, N. S. V., today, fhls
lessel and cargo Is destined' for Ho
nolulu nnd comes to tlio local agency
of Hind, Itolph & Company.
A slxtceu-duy voyage Is charged
iigulnst the schooner Iloreillls which
sailed from Hllo on September 1st
and arrived ut Port Townsend on last
The American schooner Dendlxon
Is reported to have sailed froin'Collim
bla Klver ports on lust Saturday with
lumber Intended for Pearl Harbor.
6unday, Sept. 17.
Senttlo llyudes, M. N. S. S., 1). in
Kauai ports Klnau, stiur., a. in.
.Maul, .Molokal nnd I. anal ports
.Mlkahala. stinr., n. in.
Kauai ports Nllhnu, stiur., a. ni.
Monday, Sept. 18.
Knhulul Matuin Ken, stmr., (spe
cial trip), a. m.
Sunday, Sept. 18.
Knhulul Mauna Ken, stmr., (spe
cial trip), S p. in.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Monday, Sept. 18,
COLUMBIA niVEU Sailed, Sept. IB:
Schr. II, D. nendlxon, Tor Pearl
COLUMBIA 1UVKII Snlle.1. Sept. 10:
Schr. Mlndoro for Honolulu.
POUT SAN LUIS Hulled, Sept. 17:
S. 9. Santa Rita, for Honolulu.
POUT TOWN8BNI) Arrived, SopL
17: Bk. Albert, from Kollua, Aug.
POUT TOVN3ENI Arrived, Sept.
17: Schr. Borealls, from Hllo, Sept
POUT III.AKKLKY Arrived, 8ept. 17
Schr. BInkeley, heneo Aug. 29.
NKWCASTLK Sailed, Sept. 18: Bkt.
John 0. Meyer, for Honolulu,.
8. S. I.urlluo, will dock at Hack
feld wharf Wednesday moinlng with
4050 tons cargo for Honolulu nnd 380
tons cargo for Kahulul, 59 passengers
nnd 101 packages express.
8. S. 'Persia, will dock at Alakei
wharf tomorrow (Tuesdny) 0 p. m
AT ALL SCHOOLS
To the ringing of school bells and
tho pattering of small feet the school
term oienel this morning lis far as
Superintendent of Education Willis T.
Pope ran find out with nil tho schools
In full working operation.
He has no Idea at the present tlmo
as lo the number of pupllA who have
lieeil cm oiled but will know within
n few days. He guvo Instructions
for any of tho schools where (here
hcemed to lie a shortage of teacheui
to employ substitutes and this has
Tho finnl 'adjustments will he mado
this week nnd ' after t that 'everything
1 should, hiovo 'along smoothly..
ine jitoyai bcuooi oieiii.ii wuu ui
record enrollment of 1002. It wus
found necessary to, add two" rooms to
accommo'dale the pupils but finally
nil were taken.
Charles de (,'lininoney. a rich farmer
of Itochelhi Park, N. Y., wae arrested
in- shooting down ono of his
PAB8EN0ER8 ARRIVED l
Passengers arriieit er stmr. Kl
nau, from Kauai poits, Sep't. 17.
Ofllcer H. Onehn und Insane person,
Helen Horner, Angela Wright. W
Wright, Jr., Miss Von Arnswnldt, J.
McCleilau, Muster Mcngler, Mrs. .1.
t'euhl, Sam Pealil, inils House, James
Douse, Fred Douse, Mrs. I Knlwl,
William Wulalcale, .1. K. Kapiinlnl,
Hobert T. Knpunlul, Miss Pua Wilglit,
Lyditt Martin, Miss It. Kahele, Mm la
Kcawe, Miss B. Nlm, W. Miller, K.
Wfltaso, D. Takeuchl, J. Kobayushl,
Ed. lona, Mrs. lona, Mrs. Churiiiun,
Mlas Charman and two children, II.
Olstad. ICthel Padgett, Esther Pad
gett, Mrs. D. K. Hnyscldcii, J. Ke
kcla, Miss Hastlc, Miss Tnshlmn, K.
U Zoller and tluee chlldien, II.
Brandt, 0. Brandt. Miss T. Brnndt,
Kwcng Woon, 0. N. Wilcox, It. W. T.
Purvis, Mrs. Purvis, Miss I'unls,
Mary Kuanl, C. F. Herrlck, Julia Mil
hlkoa, Amy Mnhlkoa, Mrs. Itoso and
3 children, Master Hosea, Hannah Jn
tobsen, E. Mannse, Miss L. Dclncit,
Miss Whlttlngton, Master H. Hiinsen,
Miss Hoe, J. C. Kershaw, Mrs. J. II.
K. Knlwl, Mls Kniwl, Miss Kupule,
Mrs. Montgomery, Mnster Montgoin
ory, It. W. Ako, B. W. Sutton, Mrs.
Sutton, O. H. Schlnimclfoiilng, Mlsu
Sehimmelfenlng, Mrs. T. B. Hunt,
Dura flrotc, Amelia (Irole, Miss C.
Bettcncourt, Miss Mcngler, peter Ka-
Lonohl, Miss Knmau, Miss Mctluire,
Miss Alice Al, Miss Kanehlwa, F. El
lis, W. O. Piinul, Eva Aknnn. Helen
Aknna, II. Mnhlkoa, William Mnhlkoa,
J. Ah Cholig. Miss II. IlObbs. Mrs.
Victor Anna Kntmm Ijiknna Kumaii,
W. Werner, W. K, Werner, Miss l
Smith Werner, Miss K. Knlawo, M
Watada. K. Clokan. N. K. Puknl, II
L. White, Mrs. I. Kuwelo, Miss Ka
weln nnd two chlhlron, Mlsi L. Ke
nlaula, J. llano and two children, Mrs
Yates, 8. Shlnohnrn, Mi K. Chu. Iles
slo Aim, P. K. Leo. 'J. Melneiny, .1.
P. Alnhlken, Miss Alnhiken, E. P.
Chapln, J. Ciillen, Jr., It. Qnlun, O.
Hoblnson, Mnster Robinson, A. domes,
Mrs. Simpson, Airs. IZ. Blschof, W.
Pep stmr. Mlkahnln fiom Maul and
Molokal ports, September 17. Mrs. J.
M. Keanu. Francis Keanu, 11. Alap-.il,
.lame Hnhbs, Misses Dunn (2), Miss
N. V. McCorrlston. Miss M. .Meyer, '
Miss A. Meyer, Miss A. Hrickwo'od,
Miss Wlune, Miss E. Oo.ina. C'liarlei
Oay. Miss It. Copp, Henry Copp, Mrs.
A. IL' I.nndgraf aild four children, K.
Kobayashl, D. K. lloolapn. Miss M.
Keoln, Miss I,. Sclillllz, Miss L. Chow,
O. N. Brown and wife. Miss A. C.
Brown, Miss M. Hnnloulkl. Miss (1. II.
Brown, Miss anrrlda, Julia Kanekan,
Miss 0. Jones.
Helene An Arrival. ,
Tho lulcr-lsland s(eaini'r HelciI,i
nn arrival from Kau.-vl ports hrluglujV.
In addition to sugar a small cnuslg
meat of general cargo. Tills vessi-l
is now loading a shipment of 225 tons
fertilizer and 10.000 feet lumber for
Hawaii ports and according, to 'pros
farm'e'ut calculations will bo dispatched foi
tbo Big Island nt noon on Winluesd i