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EVENIfJa BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, OCT.
21, 1911. n ' '
Ill SOCIETY TO HOLD ITS
Annual meeting next Wednesday
It Is to Ijc hoped that there will bo
n Inrgo attendance at the annual
'meeting of the Huniano Society, that
occurB on Wednesday morning, Oct
ober tho twenty-ntlh nt 10 o'clock, In
the lounging room at the Alexander
Young hotel. Mrs. Francis Mills
Swanty, tho first vice-president, will
preside In the chair, and conduct tho
Important meeting. Mrs. Sanford Tlnl
lard Dole, tho president of the organ
Iratlon, 'Is In Kuropc, but will return
to Hawaii by the first of the year. Our
rcvorcd president has taken an ac
tho work In procuring funds for tlio
malntcnanco of the Bocloty and It has
been mainly through her efforts that
the society hns continued. An organ
ization of this kind Is much needed In
i city like Honolulu, where the popu
lation Is so cosmopolitan. Tho Ori
entals, through IgnorancQ often nbuso
their animals by overloading, Inhu
mane driving, etc., etc. However, tho
object of this society is not to repri
mand, and watch oxclUBlvcly tho Or
ientals, for tho "rich man, or poor
man," If discovered lll-trcatlrig tho
helpless dumb brutes, Is severely re
proved, and If this reproof Is not
heeded, more drastic measures nro
taken. When tho Initial entertainment,
"Tho Gypsy Kncnmpment," was given
thrco years ago, to raise funds for tho
society, great enthusiasm was shown,
and tho membership wns quite large,
Gradually tho attendance nt tho meet
ings diminished, and tho support of
tho society has depended on a few. It
Is hoped that this will bo rectified dur
ing tho coming year, and that a tnclvo
month' hcucc tho society will liavo
Its membership doubled. On tho main
land thcro Is a common method used,
of calling in the police badges onco
n year. Thcso nro presented nt tho
nnmial meetings and tho president
awards tho badges tn tho members
that she thinks will accomplish tlie
best work, for the ensuing year. It Is
hoped that ovcryone possessing n
badge, will attend tho meeting Wed
nesday nnd give n summary report
of their work accomplished during tho
year. Following nro the officers that
woro elected last year at the annual
meeting: Mrs. Snnford Uallard Dole,
president, Mrs. Francis Mills Swanzy,
first vico president; tho live other
vice president wcro Mrs. Samuel Dam
on, Mrs. Bernlce Walbridgo, Miss
Alice Rice, Miss Lucy Ward and Mr.
Allen Herbert; treasurer, Mr. A. N.
Campbell; secretary, Mrs. Augustus
Murphy; auditor, Judge W. h. Whit
ney. An Incomplete list of tho mem
bers of tho society is given: Mrs. S.
I). Dole, Mrs. Alice M. Hastings, Mrs.
B. 0. Wilder, Mrs. Oerrlt P. Wilder,
Judgo Sidney Ballou, Mrs. A. C. Pfcrd
ncr, Mrs. F. K. King, Mrs. A. F. Wall,
Mrs. Fred D. Damon, Mrs. Clara L.
Kngllsh, Miss Wadman, Mrs. M. II.
Wadman, Mrs. A. K. Murphy, Mrs. Ed
ward C. Drown, Mrs. W. T. Lucas, Mrs.
W. II. Cornwcll (Mitchell), Mr. A. N.
Campbell, Mrs. A. N. Campbell, Hon.
Itohcrt W. Shingle, Princess Knwana
nakoa, Hon. Sam Parker, Mrs. F. M.
Swanzy, Mrs. I J. Moses, Mrs. Henry
Wutcrhnusc, Judgo S. 11. Dole, Mrs. W.
C. Wccdon, Dr. A. U. Mltcholl, Mrs.
Cordelia C. Allen, Mrs. J. It. Gait, Mr.
J. It. Gait, Mrs. Frank Andrndc, Miss
J. McStockcr, Mrs. Hugh Thompson,
II. D. Meyer, Hon. William (1. Irwin,
Mr. George P. Castle, Mrs. George P.
Custle, Mr. deorgo Harris, Mr. A. W.
Meyer, Mrs. K. Church, Mr. Douglas
Damon, Miss Kllznbcth Campbell, Miss
Nclllo Judd, Miss K. II. Smith, Mrs. D.
I,. Wlthlngton, Mrs. W. I Mooro, Mrs.
E. M. Campbell, Mr. Ii. F. Dillingham,
Miss Ann M. Prcscott, Miss Nora
Sturgeon, Mrs. Wm. a. Hall, Mr. D.
Mott-Smlth, Mrs. K. Mntt-Smlth, Mr.
W. O. Smith, Mrs. W. O. Smith, Mrs.
Samuel M. Damon, Mrs. Henry Wat
crhousc, Miss Kathleen Ward, Mrs.
Molina Plerco Robert, Mr. Collins,
Miss Nannie Winston, D. W. Colley,
Mr. Georgo Drown, Mrs. Rnthwell,
Miss Knthwell, C. A. Stanton, Mrs.
Harriet C. Coleman, Mrs. Allen Her
bert! Mr. Allen Herbert, Mrs. R. W.
Weston, Mrs. Donnld Ross, II. V. Marx,
Georgo Lycurgus, Murk .Robinson,
Miss Allco Rice, Miss Nclllo Rice, Mr.
Georgo Smithies, Mrs. Ebcn Low, Miss
U. Hnrtwcll, MrB. D. Walbrldge, Mr.
Wcstcrvelt, Mrs. Carrie WoBtcrve.lt,
Mr. A. Lockcnby, Miss Ilealrlco Cas
tle, Miss M. Castle, Miss K. Magoon,
Mrs. M. Wodchousc, Mrs. C Rlggs,
Mrs. Du Rol, Miss Du Rot, Mrs. A. N.
Sanford, Miss Christine Nllsson, Mrs.
K. C. Rowe, Mrs. R. J. Duchly, Mrs.
Geo. Smith, Mrs. H. Allen, Mr. M. P.
Robinson, J. K.. Howard, Mrs. Geo.
Smithies,' Miss May Damon, Mrs. B. E.
Damon, and others.
SALOON MEN WILL BE
FOR SELLING DRINK
Clinrgcd 'with having sold liquor to
Tommy Lnno while tlint gentleman was
nn tho "knpu" list, Dick Sullivan, Mike
Pntnn nnd John Sllvn nro to ho warn
ed by the licence commissioners. This
decision was reached at their meeting
Among other matters thnt camo up
heforo them wns tho application for a
license nt Wnlpnhu, which wns turned
down. On tho request of Inspector W.
I'Vmicll, the matter of taking up tho
case of tho saloon tiuin nt Wnlpnhu
having sold liquor to a drunken man
wns deferred. ,
The nffalrs of the MoTlgho estnloaro
not yet straightened nut, nnd Attorney
H. ('. Peters huh grunted further time.
Attorney 11. A. Doutbltt was atto
granted nn extension of time In con
nection with the petition of Mrs. Wan
ner, whose lito husband had n half In
terest In tlio Mint saloon.
Dr. Gimpir Is to ho Informed that
ho has no rluht to turn over wlno- that
ho rocclvnl from Portugal tn Gousnlvcs
fc Co. for sale on his nccnunt. Tho
appointment of K. C. S. Crnbhe as as
sistant Inspector .was continued.
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LECTURE HOUR CHANGED
Rev. R. Klmer Smith, who will make
an nddress at (ho V. M. C. A, on Sun
day has taken for his topic "What
The meeting hour has been changed
to 4:30 so that men can attend with
out breaking up n full afternoon. All
joung men ure Invited to attend;
strangers are especially welcomed.
w.Mt Uallatla II r TMr
Fortnightly pirctlngs of men Inter
ested In sclentlllc work nro tn bo start
ed nt the t'ollego of Hawaii for the
purpose 6t discussing tho problems of
agriculture and related subjects. Tho,
mtftlmrs urn to hn ltol.1 nn Tlmci,!,....
from t to C o'clock In tho afternoon.'
Everybody Is United to bo present and
to participate, In tho discussions.
Tho program for tho coming scries
will bo ns follows:
November 9 Tlcnn-cultitro Methods
of Fighting Insect Pestn," Mr. Khr-horn.
j November 23 "Dry Farming In tho
I Northwest," Dr. Wilcox.
December H "Industrial Education
In Hnwnll'H Schools," Superintendent
January 11 "New and Raro Hnwal
Inn Plants," Mr. Rock,
Jnnuary 25 "The Fruit-Fly Prob
lem," Dr- Sevrrln
February 8 "Present Status of Col
legiate Tcnchlng of Agriculture,"
Februnry IB "Decent Investigations
In Parasitism," Mr. Svverry
February 29 "Decent Poinologleul
Investigations," Mr. HlRglns.
March 11 Present Status of tho,
Conservation Movement," Mr. llosfncr,
March 28 "A .Marine Illologlcnl lab
oratory for Hawaii." Profcunor Drynn.
April 11 "The Whlto Mnn In tho
Tropics," Dr. Chirk.
April 211 "Decent Advances In Soil
Chemistry," Mr Peck.
Mny 9 "Tho Sisal Outlook," Mr.
May 2.1 "Honolulu') Milk Supply,"
Mny SO "Plant Disease Problems In
Hawaii," Dr. Lynn.
Judgo Whttnev vester.lnv nn
Judgment against Mrs. Emma Clnrk,
wiuow oi mo into August Drcler In
connection with a suit brought against
her by Cecil Drown, trustee of tho
Dreler estate. Tho matter was purely
a formal one.
Big List of Contest Entries
The First List of those nominated in the STAR'S $3$)0 Prize
Contest is published today. Here is the list showihg;ndmina
tions up to Friday Morning. Every person on the list has 5000
votes as a starter:
I Alfred Benjamin -Li y, .
I twines WMmri
w MeeM eeM kww -ATsv b r .-- .
I Correct 'WmWWfW'Sli-
I Clothes for Men 'f ?M VlF'i itl
Th. man who once buys "Ben- WW pIS'li : 'ir-glyVwS
I Jamln" clothes may be relied upon -"I I jfl 16 Jilllull ll s29W
as a steadfaet cuttomer. """ ""Y?nm , lib tl T.I mvf K lM
I sam jVT 3 H'JMs v fV i r
No better credentials could pot- ""uiil l!fiil !fiAllli Jft M ffBi
H elbty be offered. No stronger ar- 5ttl!ll I lllll ' I llW'ivU ii A I IjRI
m gument in favor of your becoming P il IIIIU il WTfcilJ at
H a customer of the "Benjamin" 1 "sJLu-B I fC Mlllll B Wu I i I
H The Best only though they are """ KWlMU t ll'l Vlll I Mu I
M priced as moderately as any you UMal vu'Avfcl UK
I ever wore. H vlM VR 1
I ' ' ' Jegji-v 5k9th H
H Agenti for PHOENIX Pure Silk Vuw , v iEC I
HOSE for Men and Women hi- . C' M
I 5cnJ,arTi' C'othcs I
M ft j - ., . B
MIBS JOIIANNAH DP.DW, 253 School street.
FIIKD TURHII.U tax collector.
J. AI.FItKD MAaoON Jit. real estate.
A. ST. C. PIIANAIA, clerk.
11II.1.V llUUOIN. Wulklkl.
WM. K. McTIOIlK. bookkeeper.
MISS ADKUNI-riC HOl-STKIt, 468 Kuaklnl street.
AIlCIIinAI.D ROIll:UTSON, Honolulu.
AliFRDI) TSUN liEbNO YAP, student. '
MISS A. 11. AllNOI.ntlnmlall lano.
MANUEI4 A. 8II.VA. clerk.
Si:naDANT JOHN BTIIONO, Camp Very.
WM. 11 KKftft. 1.. D. Kerr & Co.
WAINin MACFAnUANK Jn, Honolulu.
ANTONK PliltNANOKK. deputy city and county "clerk.
UKNnV J. PKRN, watchman.
JOHN C. ANDDHSON, uccountant. ' ,
J. L. VICTOR, fireman, Palama station.
CItARI.KS IIARRON, politician, Honolulu.
MRS. I.OtJlH IIORNKR, Honolulu.
AllCIIIK MAHAUI.tr, Walnlua.
JIMMY FOX, Honolulu.
OSCAR COX, Wnlnltm.
MARTIN NDUMANN, jioHtoltlco clerk.
C. J. HOI.T, Honolulu. 1
WAI.TF.R THOMPSON, clerk. D. F. Dillingham Company'.
IVVDIA INO, 2127 Mllha street.
TOM O'llRIKN, traveling snlesman.
CIIARI.ns COHTIIR, Honolulu.
JOHN K. Fi:ilN, conductor.
NAOARAN FKRNANDDZ. stenographer.
FRANK M. STH.I.MAN, clerk, Puhllo Works.
MISS AONKS SCHARCH, Honolulu.
J, A. COOMI1S, stenographer.
ISAAC II. HARHOTTI.D, deputy tax assessor.
K J. CRAWFORD, Honolulu.
HURT IIIIU. llltON. deputy, II. S. Intern.il Ruvcuue.
CAPTAIN PAUL SCHMIDT, clerk.
SID SPITZKR. traveling salesman.
IIKNRY HONAN, conductor.
MISS I.UCII.I.K I.naitOH. student. " .
MANUF.I. PKRRY, clerk.
T J. CJUINN, chnurteur. "- ' '
JOHN K. ROCHA, tailor. jjj -
MRS MARY A MOR8B, stenographer. "
MISS RKNA A. Iir.RTKI.MANN, stei ugraphcr.
AtllKRT A. KU1INS, bookkeeper. 4
HARRY II, HOLT, deputy marshal. ? f ; " ,
JOSH C. HOU8A, Island Development Company.'
J. A, R. VIKRRA, Honolulu.
WM. SAVIDOE, real estate deulcr,
AI.FItKD O. ROSA, Honolulu.
J ROHDNREUO, Honolulu. "",
MISS DWinifT.' Htenogrnpher.
MANUKIi PKTKRS. messenger ngent. '
KUOKNH D. 11UFFANDI3AU, deputy city ami country clerk.
MISS HKATRICK TAYLOR, clerk, Promotion Committee.
JOHN It. OII,l,H.AND, engineer.
I1I0N IIRUN8, Honolulu.
ARTHUR IIKNRY WINKI-KY, school hoy,
MRS WM KKLI.K. clerk, Island Curio Store.
AIIOUST S DIAS, porter, Young Hotel.
I J DUTRA, Mngoon building.
SAM U WONfl, salesman.
HOWARD ADAMS, tobacconist.
HENRY VIERRA, clerk.
JOHN II. JONES. Honolulu.
MISS AMOK 1IATT1K. Hllo.
MISS .MILDRED LUSCOMH, Hllo.
MRS. W. J. STONK, Hllo.
MISS SALLY TODD, Hllo.
C. CARVALHO. Hllo.
8. L. DKSHA JR., clerk, pollco court, Hllo.
SAM KAUHANE. Wnlohlnu.
MRS. LOUISE P. HAPAI. teacher, Hllo.
BERNARD KELEKOLIO, clerk, Hllo.
LAWRENCK F. CARAOAN. Olau.
MISS LUNA CAMERON, Hllo.
MRS. W. II. HEKN, Hllo.
MRS. II. I). CORI1ETT, Hllo.
MRS. M. P. FERNANDEZ. Hllo.
MISS KMILY EWAL1KO. teacher, Hllo.
MISS MOLLIK THOMAS, Hllo.
MIHH LILIAN MUNDON, Hllo.
DAVID KWALIKO, deputy clerk, Hllo.
MISS WILHELMINA WEI01IT, Papalkou.
MISS ELIZA DESHA, teacher, Papalkou.
MRS. W. J. PAYNK. Honokan.
MISS MAROARET II. PARKER, Kahulul.
ALRERT STLNDER, bookkeeper. Knhulul.
MISS MARY KAUHANK. assistant teuchcr, kindergarten scbool, Lahulna,
jiih AlATlllI.IlA UIJItI.i;.l, Wllllllldl.
MISS HANNAH CUMMINC18, Walluku.
MRS. HURST, Knhulul.
MISS ALICkSvaLKER. Knhulul.
WREN WE8COATT. Puunene.
MISS ADELINE HOSE, teacher. Lnlmlna.
MISS HAIA, telephnnn operator, liana.
J. MACIIADO. Walluku.
MRS. W H. CIIILLINaWORTH, Walluku.
MRS. LOUOHER, Puunene.
EDDIE LYONS, apprentice. Walluku.
JOHN M. MEDEIItOS, Pula. r ' ' "
KAUAI NOMINEES. ..,...!
'MISS VIRCHNIA SILVA, telephono central. Wnlmea.'
HENRY a.'SHELDON, hlncksmlth, rjeulla. .
MISS ADELINE COREA, telephono Central. Llhuc.'
MISS MAIIEL HASTIE. toucher, Eleelc.
MRS. V. CARTER. Llliue.
MISS M SILVA, postmistress, Kckahu.
OF'.O. KANA, Klluuen.
ED.'dEVERILL, luna, Makawell.
CLEM AKINA, bookkeeper, Mukawell.
IIAIIRV VINCENT, wireless operator, Llhue.
HAROLD MORflAN, l.lluin.
MISS STELLA PADOKTT, Makawell.
MISS ETHEL EDWARDS, teacher, Klluuen.
MISS META REIOHLL. Iliinalrl.
MISS CLAUDIA CASTRO, pi Inter, Koolau.
MISS ANNIE CHIN, toucher, llunamaulu.
MISS MARY IIUDLY, teurher, Koalla.
MISS LOTTIE JORDAN, Llhuc.
MISS SATO, teacher. Knlmi.
MISS STEWART, Kalaheo.
RICHARD OLIVER, Wnlmca.
I). K. SHELDON, WnlnuMi.
C. ACIIONQ Al, Llhue.
(Continued from Pae 1)
It Is proposed to rontlnue thn weed-.
lug out process until no ullens remain
In either branch of thu military estab
lishment It Is especially desired that
they be speedily removed from tho bat
tleships and around tho most promi
nent navy jarda.
This Ktep has been under considera
tion for K1111111 time It was realized
that too many chances were being
taken, and It wus easy for u foreign
go eminent to keep fully udvUed con
cerning all tho army and navy secrets
of tho United States.
In speaking of tho new order a high
iiunuI olllctr sjIU;
"Thu tlmu has loiuu when tho United
States must, if It Is to keep Its military
nnd naval seirets from foreign. po crs.
rviuowi thu opportunities fur IcuKugu.
In tho old da) of sailing wo hud homo
what to rtly on ullens fur our bailors,
but now there. Is not thu leust need. In
futuru thu records of all ullens will bu
gonu over carefully heforo thu men uru
allowed to enlist."
Admiral Cow lea. "Of course, this
doesn't apply to continuous mrlcc,
meaning tho right of a man to rcenllst
If ho chooses after his tlmu Is out
Thcro nro n great many I'lllplno hoys
In tho navy ns mess attendants now.
and they huo gradually taken thu
places of thn Japs nnd Chinese. At
llrt they didn't enrn to en far from
homo ami were taken Into tho limil.ir
service, with a one-yenr enlistment, but
now they lmvo ilctvtopcil u liking for
travel ami are tn ho found In all our
SOLD AT LAST
Effects Not Felt Here Yet.
Tho rlfiitH of this sweeping order,
which Is hi llnu with thu policy main
tained by tho u.iy for tho last llvo
cats, haw not been felt In llauall iih
yet. No olllclul advices havo been ru-
celved by either the navy or tho unity,
but while It Is liiiprohnhlo that thu
forinir will bo arretted, It Is iultu pos
sible that thcro will hu 11 general shuku-
up In unity posts, especially at tho
Coast Artillery forts.
"Wo liuvo nothing olllclul on thn ex
elusion of alien servants," said Major
Campbell, adjutant-general of tho Da
pnrtment of Hawaii, when shown thu
uhovo dlsputch this morning, "How
ever, 011 rfs fa en tho news Is probably
correct. I should Imiiglno tha( 1( might
liavo miiiio bcurhtg on Coast Artillery
stations III10 Fort linger, where ennll
deiithil Information might bo obtained.
hut certainly It would not affect ordl
nary Infantry and cavalry garrisons.
"Olllcers hero would bo In u perulluii
position If thu employment of Japan
ese or Chlnoso as personal servants,
vVas forbidden, They nro practically
thn only ones available, and whllo tho
army cheerfully docs unythlng that Is
for tho general good of tho service, I
doubt If tho condition of high otltcera
doing their own housework would
coino under that head. A few years ago
General Morso started an ugltutlnu for
tho dlschargo of all Japaneso servants
connected with the Department of Co
lumbia, but tho matter was dually
Won't Affect Navy.
"Tho enlistment of nllens, except ns
mess attendants on ships stationed In
tho Orient, Is already forbidden," said
Tomnoratiires. fi n. in.. 71 : r m..
74; to a. 111., 78; noon SI; morning
minimum, 70; b.irnuiotor, s a. m.,
29.99: nbnoluto btinililltv. X n m r. Tim
grains ior cubic font; iidiitlvu humi
dity, s a, m., 71 per cent; dew isiint,
S a. in., 6Z.
Wind. fi n. m. velocity K. .llrccllnn
K; 8 a. m., velocity I, direction SW;
10 11. in., velocity I, dlrcclloii SW;
noon, velocity in, direction NIX
Rainfall diirlni: -M hoiiia onilcl K
a. m., 1 inch.
Total wind movement diirlnir L'l
hours ended at noon, 11.1 miles.
ATKINS At Ki'alal.el;u.i. Hawaii, Oc
tober If., lllll, Mary P. daughter of
William ami Mniy Athlns, uKa-l 5
months ami .1 1I115H.
John It, Wilson this moriiiug Hied
11 petition In thu Circuit Court for
leave tn transfer siiuio properly In
connection with tho ostnlo nf thu Into
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
Thn Inst relm nf thn fiilnniiu K11
nan lenso inattcr was bearil this mom-.
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lug w him Joshua 1), Tucker knockodJ
.1,,,. 7-.0 .tn.nu ..f I.....I ... I.n 1...I.I .... 1
.li'i.l, uw ,1,(0 1,1 lilllU LU IJU I1VII1 uVJl(
der l.nno 111 llm Mnltnn Htn(i fnitiTH
puny until Juno 30, for tho sum. of
two dollars u ear, Thcro was no op-1
Senator Falrrhlhl ilhl thn Iditillnir
mid Immediately the salo wns over.'
mid Im was being congiatiilnted slat-5
dl that It was not such it good thing -3
ns It looKcd ns thcro was a sum of
118,000 to bo 8ient. Speaking of tho J
matter of tho ratoim crop ho said 1
Hint they hud t tnku tho go'vornment A
on until ior mat ami coma only wait
mid sco hiiw matters cjiiio out.
Two other pieces of land woro also
sold tho Pioneer Mill Company at Ui
hiilua, Maul, being thu piirclinsoru.
'Iho Ilrst was n parcel nf 150 ncriM
ut Knl, i Uih.iliui, mi which an upset
prlco nf $7.V) per annum rested, Tho
company bid niiu dollar over this
amount and have nut secured It for
term of fifteen jcars Blurting from
Tho second plcco tho company bc- J
ciircii wan imo nr su.ii acres portion
(if llnmiknvvnl Tushnln nn,1 nn wh1r.li.
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tho govciiiinonl hud set n prlco ol'
1212 per milium. This Is for flftcoV
jcuts and lltoy also secured It by rait
ing tho prlco n dollar. !j
Tho necessary deeds In connection
vviui I no luiiuatlon uf thu lluwall
Meat company woro filed at tho llu-
rcau or t;onvuyaiiccH tills morning.
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