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f I Masonic Temple NUUANU AND
! A KINIiFAVIMIl
AM -lilting member, of Uo
Order are cordially Inrlted to
attend meeting)) of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall
7:30 F. X
AM a t at r I
ftninc r.nomccna 0fh Attn
NEFICIALASSIATIOK. cktioiu cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every first nml tlilnl Tuesday
o" each nicnilli In Fraternity Hall, t. O.
I). F. building. VMtiug brothers cor
illally Invlti'il to iiltcnd.
W. .1. lilt I'll N.SO.V. Sachem.
II V. TOl)l, C. of 11.
KOKOtULU LODGE, 616. B. F. 0. 1.
-: Honolulu Lodge No. Bl, U. p. 0.
elks, meets !n their hall, on King
: treet, near Tort, every Friday eve-
; alng. Visiting llrothera are cordially
j 'nrlted to atteni.
r i- r. it. isi:.'iiino, r, n.
31 (1F.O. T. KLVKCII'L. Sea
WM. McKlNLEY LODGE. KO. 8.
5r K. of F.
?f; Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
"fju i-enlng at 7:30 o'clock lu K.of'lf.
Hall, cor. Fort anil lloretanla. Visit-
log brother cordially Invited tt at-
F. F. KIMlliY, C. C.
v R. A. JACOHSON, K. H. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd llilrd Friday nt
"50 uVlni'k, l'yllilan Hall, corner Her'1
, Innlii nml Fort streets. Visiting broth
t th cnrillally Invited to attend.
S. r-KCKI'lt, c. c.
O. III'INt", K. of It. & R
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on second nml fourth Wcdncs
day evening of each month nt 7:30
o'clock. In San Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, near Fiiiiua. Visiting brothers
ir Invited to ntt ml.
OHO. A. DAVIS, W. I
ivu. r. m'coy. Secy.
MILTON & PARSONS
Have received ex Sierra especially
trimmed STREET and DRESS HATS,
HOTEL ST., Opp. Young Cafe
HHAl'TlFl'I. WH1TF FHLT
Millinery Parlors, Boston Buildipg
iN Saturday MRS. F. S. ZEAVE, nt
Iiit rooms lu tlin Young building,
will opi'ii up new Hues In Shirt
i" ;i waists, Coats mid Novelties received
ex S. 8. I.urllne.
f, Manila nnd Madeira Embroidered
Collars, Cuffs and Handkerchiefs
Baby Pillow Slips
. fORT STREET
K2 . 1027 Nuuanu Street
K ., HOLIDAY SALE
K BEGINNING JUNE 3
p,. All the Hats at Reasonable Prices
'' Wkly Itulletln II per year.
Nuiianu nnd King streets nro to re-
eolve the bulk of the monies to be
expended by the City nnd County la
mails and streets for the month of
October, according to the schedule of
csllmutes prepared by the road com
inltlou under (he direction of Chair
man Samuel Dwlght.
Hut ten thousand dollars Is made
nvallablo for the maintenance of the
rond department for the month.
From this mini. It Is planned to
curry forward but practically a small
amount of permanent street Improve
mem work, King street widening is
moving apace. For October $100 has
been set aside for this work with an
additional $.70 for the construction
of storm sewers.
The road department will bnve to
rub along with $117.2"i In making the
necessary lnipiocnient along upper
Vuuanu avenue. There Is an uncx
pended sum amounting to nearly two
thousand dollars which was left oor
from last mouth to be added to the
.Jones street, Mauon Valley re
ceives $230 for October.
According to Chairman Dwlght's
schedule which has been turned over
to Itoad Supervisor Charles Wilson
the latter official will have $480 for
onico expense, $1 17.T.0 for quarries.
$3,17.50 for pay of canloncers, $9."1.23
Is made available for cleaning streets
and storm sewers In the fourth dis
trict, while In the fifth district hut
$2!)2.r,0 Is set aside.
The estimates for October call for
$2."i',.i.r.ii for stable upkeep In the
fourth district, and $l7.50 for the
llflli district stnhlcs. V3u)idry fcx-
IK'iises for the department are allow
'i $1122.23 for the month.
(Continued from Pane 1)
In nil probability be brought right out
and' taken up with the other matter.
Dr. Ilauius, chief tiuarnutluo In
spector here, received n cablegram to
day that Is not at all clear, from Sur-
i;eon-(!enenil Wyninn. It rends:
Washington, October l, 1911.
Bureau's nctlon was based on
knowledge no yellow fever lu Sallnu
Cruz or Miinzaiilllo, thereforu In nc
tordauce with regulations, but to ul
lay appiehcuslon. Following proposed
Imulgatloti at Sal I mi Cm., Manzanll
to and re-fuuilgutloii Honolulu regu
larly, no detention nt Honolulu un
less Sallmi Cruz, or .Munzanlllo Is In
leeteil, lu which case detention, Not
ify Hoard of Health, Chamber of Com
merce and Civic Federation and wire.
Dr. Itamus replied us follows:
Honolulu, October ft, 11)11
Ilureatt cublegram October fifth am
biguous. Have notified Hoard Health,
Chamber Commerce, Civic Federation.
We Interpret us Instructing return to
old status, namely fumigation Sallna
Cruz nnd Manznnlllo, and rcfumlga
tlon at Honolulu, without detention nt
Honolulu If all well nt Sallna Cruz
and Munzanlllo uninfected. Cable
whether interpretation correct. Ur
The first twenty of the huge gran
Itn blocks that will go Into the Pearl
Harbor drydock have been Inspected
and tested at the California qttar
lies, and from now on the work of
turning out the material will bo
rushed, This word .was received yes
terday ut the tiuviil station.
The blocks, of which there will be
more than 1,000, nre of thu best Cul
Ifornlu red granite and weigh more
than a ton nnd u half each. They
are cut to measure and dressed at the
quarries, bo that when they arrive
here they will bo swung right into
place In thu new structure. A large
shipment will he made as soon as
enough blocks havo been turned out.
When the harbor commissioners went
Into coiiiinlllee yesterday afternoon
Ihi'V considered the bids for tlin shed
over the new Itlchnnls street wharf,
the figures for which wero published
III the II u lie tin yesterday after
noon. The contract was nwtirdeil to I.. M.
Wldtebollse. whose (lunro vvns iiwnv
below the others. Ills, tit.l for liotli thrt
lied anil balcony was not more than
I uwi aliovo the general average for
the shed nloiie.
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY,
City Transfer Co. -
JAS. H. LOVE
Opening of Panama Canal .Gives Promise of Many Important
Changes Hilonian and Wilhelmina Away For Island
Ports This Evening Cpiyo Maru In From the Orient
Hall For Kauai Tonight.
.Matron Navigation steamers steam
ing through Panama Cnnal nt Its
completion, en route to Now Yoik
and Atlantic coast ports. Is the pre
diction that Is made In local shipping
It Is reported that (he .Matsou line
will enter the steamship fold ou a
far moro extensive scale with the
opening of tho great American water
way connecting tho two oceans.
Before the Wilhelmina sailed from
the const, the announcement Is said
to have been made by a high official
In tho Mntson councils that tho com
pany fully Intends to run a lino of
steamships between New York and
Honolulu. If It Is permanently decid
ed to place vessels on this run ut tho
completion of tho Panama Canal, the
company wilt have several large and
modern ships constructed. Accom
modations for passengers will he In
It Is further stated that this movo
made on the part of the Matson line
would plnev them In close competi
tion with tho American-Hawaiian Hue
which now transfer their cargoes at
Tehuanleppc. It has been roiiorteil on
several occasions that tho American-
Hawaiian contemplated using 'tho ca
nal after Us ojienlng In preference to
the Tehuunlepec route.
Difficulties Encountered at McGregors
Tho lntcr-lsland Steam Navigation
Company has notified prospective pas-
tengers that tho company will as
sume no responsibility for the safo
handling of passengers or cargo at
Mcdregors Lauding during the tlmul
that high seas prevail off that port.j
The soveral vessels belonging to tho
coastwise licet have failed to connect
with this storm hound landing for
over n week. Officers report much
trouble lu attempting to laud passen
gers, malls and freight and for this
reason Klhel Is favored as n better
landing than McGregors. Many ship
pers now favor the expenditure of the
$1)000 appropriated by tho Icglslatino
lor a new wharf, at Klhel. They be
lieve that the establishment of a
wharf nt Klhel will give better op
portunities to tho Kula homesleadeis
to market their products.
The harbor commissioners nro fav
ornblo to Klhel nnd only await nctlon
from the Maul people before prepar
ing plans for the wharf.
Chief Engineer Rankin to Leave Ser.
Chief Engineer Harry M. nankin or
the Matson Navigation steamer Hilo
nian Is paying n farewell call at Ho
nolulu and I ho Islands ns ho has de
cided to forsake tho sea for a life on
shore as a small farmer, nankin has
purchased a farm on tho Atlantic!
coast and with tho arrival of tho HI-'
Ionian at San Francisco will remove
his family from tho Pacific sloo to
Massachusetts. Chief Engineer Ran
kin has a host of friends at the sev
eral ports of call who will wish him
well In his now venture. The Hllonlff,
Is to sail for Knhulul, Knanapall, Pott
Allen and Hllo this ovcnlng. The
vessel will gather a quantity of sug
ur and then proceed to San Francisco
Nllhau Loading for Kauai.
Tho Inter-Inland steamer Nllhau Is
taking on cargo for Kauai porta of
cull today and the vessel Is schedulod
fqr dispatch at llvo o'clock this oYen
Ing. This vessel will carry no pas
eciigors. Waddon May Return Here,
Tho British freighter Waddon
which discharged n full shipment of
Australian coal at Honolulu and Hail
ing from here for Australia, arrived
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( MohrRouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumrfi's Champagne
( Schlitz Boer
- Phone 1281
at Newcastle, N, S. W. tin Septcm
bcr I1th, Is reported as likely to be
placed under charter to return to the
Islands with further shipments of
fuel. The Waddon Is classed us a like
!y carrier nnd suitably titled for coal
trade between the Antipodes and the
Siberia Has Cargo for Islands.
A cable lecclved at the agency of
II. Hnckfcld and C'ompiny represent
lug the Pnclflc Mall stales that the
Siberia sailed from San Francisco at
one-thirty yesterday afternoon with
775 tons general cargo for discharge
at Honolulu. The Siberia Is expected
to arrive hero on next Tuesday morn
ing and will ho given a prompt ills
patch for the Orient
Matson Liner for Hllo.
Carrying In transit nearly one
thousand tons general cargo brought
down from the Coast, the Matson Na
vlgutlon steamer Wilhelmina will he
dispatched for Hllo tlih evening.
There nro a number of passengers
booked for the round trip. While at
Hllo the Wilhelmina will he given
shipments of pineapples nnd a small
amount of sugar.
Bringing Fertilizer and Nitrates.
The Hawaiian Fertilizer Company
expect the departure of the, Ameri
can schooner It. (3. Slado with a ship
ment of nitrates from Chilean nitrate
)Hirts within a short time. Tho Bri
tish ship Cunrl.erlaiid Is also retri
ed ns on lhe berth at Humbiirg, to
load n cirgo of fertilizer material with
destination us tho Hawaiian Islands
Makura Has Sailed from Vancouver.
The Canndlan-Aiistraliau liner Ma
kura has sailed from Vancouver and
Victoria nnd Is expected to nrrlve
hero ou or about next Wednesday
with n number of passengers, Tho
vessel Is en niulo to, Australian ports
via Fanning Island. Tho Makura is
ou n inn now which Includes a stop
ut Auckland, New Zealand.
Hall Sailing for Kauai Porta Tonight.
Thu lntcr-lsland steamer W. 0.
Hall Is on the berth for dispatch for
Kauai KirtB at llvo o'clock thla even
ing taking n few passengers and a
fulr sized general cargo.
Sparks from the Wireless.
M, N. S. S. Honolulu!!, en routo to
San Francisco, S p. in., Oct. 1. 280
miles from Honolulu. Storm trade
wind, heavy seas and head winds. All
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchants'
Thursday, Oct. 5.
SAN FIIANCISCO Sailed, Oct. 4
1:30 p. in,: s. S. Siberia, for Hono
lulu. VICTGIUA Sailed, Oct. 4: S. 8. Ma
kura, for Honolulu.
SAN FIIANCISCO Arrived, Oct. C
11 n. m.: S. S. Manchuria, lienco
SAN FltANCISCO-Sallcd. Oct. B,
12:20 p. m.: U. S. A. T, Sherman,
XT. S. A. T. Sheridan, will arrive
from Manila on Saturday morning and
sail in tho afternoon for San Fran
cisco. S, S. Chlyo Maru, sails for San
Francisco nt 10 a. in. tnmrorrow.
S. S. Wilhelmina sails for Hllo di
rect at 5 p. in. today,
OCT. 5, 1911.
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FOR BELT ROAD
(Continued from Page 1)
It Is doing." said .Mr. Petrle this morn
ing, "and has no Intention of squall-
derlng any money. The stretch of road
on which the contract has Just been
let Is the most costly nnd illlllcult of
the entire plan.
"So far as can he done In advance
we have considered the whine belt-road
system that we nro to woik out, nnd
our preliminary figures show tli.it It
can be completed for JJ30.000: Of this,
the loan fund provides $200,000. It '
expected from the present outlook thnt
tho county's finances 'will bo In shape
so that $50,000 will be available to be
expended by the county direct.
No a, "Boulevard."
"We shall not be Influenced In nny
wny by talk from people who nro not
In possession of the facts. The rond I
not going to he n 'boulevard,' ns has
been charged. It will lie a goo.l r.iad,
inado to stay, but not n fancy road.
"The policy of the commission so far
ns future work Is concerned Is un
changed. We Intend to build good
roads, nnd know that we can do It
"As for tho charge that tho nwurd
of the contract to the Lord-Young
company was n political move, thero
Is of course, no truth In that. Wo
are bound by law to give the contract
to the lowest responsible bidder. Mr.
Wilson's record was Impartially Inves
tigated nnd In the Judgment of tho
commission ho was not the lowest re
Macadam nnd placing of new cul
verts make up over one-half the coit
of live miles of belt road to be laid
In llecla, nccordlng to the estimates
prepared by the Loan Fund Commis
sion with the assistance of Consulting
The figures In the possession of the
commission, which are given the Ilul
let In today, show nn estimated cost
for the five miles of belt road of $70,
02. To the opponents of "high-priced"
roads, tho commission points out Hint
Its estimates for macadamliilng the
llve-inlfo stretch, the material to cover
ii fifteen. foot width, would totnl 4(1,350
square yards nt n cost of (17 cents n
square yard. It Is stipulated In tho
speclllcntlons that this macadam must
jbe laid to u depth of six Inches when
Ilxvnvntlon Is nnotfier big fnctor In
tho expense for this seotlon of road,
according to estimates In tho hands of
the commissioners. For this work
alone $12,880 Is apportioned, calling for
tho removal of 51,544 cubic yards of
earth and rock nt 25 cents a yard.
Nine Concrete Culverts.
Nino concrete culverts nro needed to
replace the old wooden structures that
now pass muster on tho rond. Tho es
timated cost of theso Is placed ut $9,
188. In addition to this expense, n con
tractor must flguro on tho Insinuation
of concrete drain pipes, estimated to
may be ull right down Southern Oil
Ifornla way, whero In such districts
tho rond material can ho laid on the
surface of the ground without nny ox
cuvntlng," stated n member of the
commission this morning.
Should such n blghwny ho attempt
ed In Heeln, whero the first section of
the belt road Is to ho constructed, It
Is said that It would bo only u matter
of a few months when tho storms
would bring most of tho material Into
the gulches. Tho Ileela section of tho
proposed belt road system Is one of
the most difficult to construct of nny
of the eighty miles, It Is claimed.
Talk of Big Profits, Hot Air.
In compiling an estlmato totaling
$70,982, tho commission took Into con
sideration n plant cost of but $5000,
with which sum the contractor will
have to provide a steam roller nnd n
. The prediction Is tnndo Hint nt least
another $5000 can bo safely added to
the cost of a plant before tho con
tractor is through with tho flve-mllo
e s e
GOOD 8UGAH NEWS FOR HAWAII.
Alexander Baldwin received the
following cablegram today on tlin sugar
"Cnbla reports Ihiropenn nod Cuban
crops nro having unfavorable weather.
"Ihiropeun beet sugar (raw) yields
not equal to expectations. Holders of
raws are asking 5.92. Itelluers urn bid
ding 0i; less than holders nro usklng.
"May shipment of beet sugar quoted
ut 17s. 9d.; parity 5.81."
Look for this Sign
j& You cannot know what a good tire is g?&
Kdffii. .:! . a;-t.i? I.. .-A.i.J K4S.
-eaK unui yvu iry a micntun property inittiicu
Sals iKt ctapv dv
111 kJ 1 VSVIV JL 1
The von Hamm-Young
OPENED UP NOW
Kuaklul street Is to bo opened to
Fort, the last of Hie small exchanges
being made this morning.
The government has been working on
this proposition for some time now mid
has nt last succeeded In making the
final arrangements. The extension will
mean the division of thu largo block
starting from School street In the
neighborhood of the new street lllld
through which It will run.
STAFF IN FIELD
(Continued from Pane 1)
Inn the commanders of departnunts of
as much udiiilulstrallve detail us po-
sllile, unit throwing the bulk of the
oillco work on division headquarters,
(if course, the Department of lluwnll.
owing to Its Isolated location, has to
face conditions dUTerint from those
existing In other mlllliiry departments.
Not being within, easy reach of the
division headquarters, the command
ing officer Is still left with more oillco
work than Is tho case lu other depart
ments, out ut tluit no is given mucli
more time for Meld work, nnd can give
more attention to tho efficiency of the
roops under his command.
Under the new system the depart
ment commander Is not required to
pass ou requisitions for clothing,
equipment nnd the hundred nnd one de
tails Incident to tho care of several
thousand men. Formerly ho wns held
close to the office, compiling exhaust
ive reoorts for the War Dcnnrtmctit.
Now ho can seo that every cog of thp
military maculuo Is worlilug us It
"Tho commander of n dciinrtment
was expected to sit on n swivel chair
all tho time. Now ho gets n chance
once In n wlilln to sit on n horse." Is
the wny one officer sized up tho change
tor inu outer nun lias recently gone
II. K. BISHOP, tho, good road's ox
pert employed by tho Hawaii loan
fund commission, and Superintendent
Maiston Campbell lcuo for I II In on
tho Wilhelmina this afternoon to nt
tend a meeting of tho commission
there, Mr. Bishop will remain.
IIUOO HlUlZKIt, for tho past sev
en years u leading soloist nnd teacher
acre, is planning n iitrowon concern
to bo given the fore part of Novem
ber. Thu latter part of tho month Mr,
nnd Mrs. Herzcr will leavu for the
mainland to maka their future home,
Tomorrow, Friday, evening. In St,
Clement's 1'arlsb House, Mrs, Jo3, S.
limerson will deliver an Illustrated
lecture on Switzerland. Mrs. Kiner-
sou Is a very Interesting speaker, and
IiiivIiik lived several youra In Switz
erland, Is thoroughly enmcrsunt with
her subject. Many will remember,
with pleasure, her lecture ou l.iur
sunne delivered lu thu Parish House
Inst spring. There will ho no charge
fur admission, and It Is hoped thut nil
friends of tho church will come.
Thursday, Oct. 5.
Kau:il poiis Nllhau, stinr., n. in,
China and .lapaii ports Chlyo
on Leading Garages
Co., Ltd ,
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii
N. Y. SECRETARY
TO SPEAK HERE
Charles A. (limn, (or mail) yours
secretary of Hie Layman's Missionary
Movement of New York, will c'vo an
address at tho llrst convention of the
Layman's Missionary Movement to he
held In Honolulu October 2.1 ami 24
Mr. (luuu is scheduled to arrive on
tho steamship Manchuria on his way
to the Far lCist, nnd his services
have been secured for tho afternoon
of the 2:!. Considerable Interest will
doubtless bo aroused over this, tho
leading feature of Hie convention.
The session will continue two days
and an outline of the program was
made at a meeting of tho executive
committee of the local brunch, of the
movement held at the Y. M. C. A.
yesteiday nfternooii. Present wero
Mnjor A. M. Davis, clinlinian: Wil
liam A. Unwell, Paul Hiiiit. the llev,
John P, Krdui'in, T. Cllvo D.ivlen and
A. F. (Irlflltlis.
The second meeting will he held
Monday eculng at the Central Union
church. Tho Inplc will he "Tho World
Is Our Field" nnd three short ad
dresses will bo given by persons es
pecially prepared to speak on Chln.i
Japan nml Korea.
Tuesday afternoon ut 4:30 o'clock
a denominational meeting will bo
held 111 tho various churches, each
church conducting Hb service In Its
own pnitleular way.
This will bo followed In the even
ing by n mass meeting nt either tho
Y. M. C. A. or tho Central Union
church. Ono or two pithy addrossoi
will ho given at this nicotine;, but
us yet no definite outline of the pro
gram Is available.
The entertainment cmnniltloo of tho
I). 1'. O. Mlks has secured tho services
of Mine. Leonora Harrison, who will
direct anil assist at a concert to he
given for the bencllt of the building
fund of tho Klks on Tuesday evening,
October 17, ut tho Hawaiian Opera
House. Mine. Hurrlsoii will be assist
ed by the best locul talent lu tho city
nml will personally direct the chorus
which will usslst her. She bus had
great success In concert work, having
given nuiiiy In the Coast cities mid two
recently In Hllo, which were very sue
lessful. Her repeitohe Is varied, nnd
In nddltlon to tho classical numbers,
several of the more popular stylo will
ho sung, so Hint the concert will appeal
to ewryono. .Mine. Harrison comes
well recommended by the press hi ev
ery city lu which she has appourod.and
a very enjoyablu evening Is assured.
JUDGE COOPER SITS ON
Judge Henry I. Cooper of tho Clr.
cult Court look his place ou tho Su
premo Court bench this mottling, lin
ing the place of Justice I) ii. wlinm
Chief Justice lloberlsou i tiled as being
uisquulllHd to sit o,i the case before
them. This Is the matter of W.
Brunei- against C. Brewer & Co.
Tl" ' arraimemeut will upset tho
calendar of the criminal -, i ..
;eertnln extent, nil depending n the
leiigin or lime mt J,iK Cooper Is
engaged on tho oabe.
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Weekly Ilul let I u t v-r ?ar.
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