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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAR. 4, 1912.
STATUS OF FLEET
"The House of Quality"
TONIGHTS CHANGE OF PROGRAM
Jourdane's Operatic Quartette
offering the following selections
My Hero Chocolate Soldier
Marie'A.Oetzel. Estcllc Gervaise Lacy L Wisdom
Soprano Contralto, Tenor
"The Dance of Death"
Executed by DAISY DEAN. For the First Time Here.
Daisy Dean and Weil
Singers and Dancers
"THE CURSED CAGE"
A Dramatic Story of Intense Interest and Wonderful Setting.
x A Roaring Comedy Film of Exoellent Acting.
"SIAMESE CUSTOMS AND INVISIBILITY"
An Educational Picture, Finishing With an Illusion Comedy.
"IN WAR TIME"
Depicting a Story from Life Durings the Os.
An Excellent Program
Two Show's Nightly
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federation taking part In iolltlcs; oth
ers ore milil to lm ngnlnst tlic organ
ization going Intii political matters at
The mil. mil meeting of thu fedorn
tlon also occurs tunlght. Hcports from
the outgoing nllloors will bo BiiliinlttiMl,
nml there will ll llll election uf IImi
members to llll uicnnclos occurring on
liu executive corimilltfc Tho execu
tive cmiiinlttpc chcts the president.
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nalro nu j" Unit there promhes to bo j
n marked division of opinion on all
thu finest Inns except tlie flrst. Mr.
Dickey thought thin inornliiK "ut
practically all tlio replies would fa
vor eliminating political parties from
li.cnl Issues. On tlio other iuentlonH,
ho oahl that while the division was
plentiful, u majority, ho believed,
would vote "yen."
TonlKhl'H meeting of the federation
will begin nt 8 o'clock, and will ho
held In Cooke Hull, Y. M. C.i-A. build
ing. It In ho timed that It will not
hPKln until after the meeting of the
Men's I.eiiBuo of Central Union church,
which occurs from C to S o'clock.
Lively Debate Expected.
The meetlliK of the federation In ex
pected to proiluco mime lively debate
on tho question, and a Rood ileal of
opposition to Homo of them may de
'velop. Interest In tho muting la very
keen, and though tho replies are. by
no means full, them I expected to bo
a big attendance of members tonight.
When tho iiuestlons were submit
ted to the members. It was mndo clear
In u statement thut tho result of the
poll will nut settle whether or not the
federation Is to abide by .the majority
Mite, hut that the vote was taken Us
u basis fur debate nml nctlnu of mine
kind Muny of the members favor the
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record March 2, 1912.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4i30 p. m.
C S Crane and wf to Mutl Hldg
& Loan Socy of 11 l.td....Addl Chge
H Wuterliouso Trust Co Ltd, tr, to
Itosu IludrlKUeH and hsb to Krnnk
l'riink ltndilgucH and wf to I.usl-
i tana Dent Socy of H
Wllllum Hook to Carrie K No and
Uml Keahlena and hsb to Oeorgo
Joie (1 Henrlciues to K Toyookn... I.
Jose CI Henrhiues to K Toyooka
8 8 P.mon nml wf to Susan a
i: I. Klnslea to lllshop Trust Co
Ltd Addl ChRo
M Nushlwa to von Hamm-Young
Co Ltd CM
Court of Land Regietratlon.
11 Wnterhoust Trust Co Ltd to
dial Ju Hn '. .. D
Entered for Record March 4, 1912.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Clius Kn.iunl to Hill of Ualapiio.
II IcMilut Honpll and hsb to IM-
dle Tain Loo I)
Manuel '1 Cunibra and wf to An
tone It Kouzu Jr D
That tho Japanese bank, which had
a slight 'run" last week, la perfectly
KolM'iit, and that the rumor which
started the run wus occasioned by
Japanese tryhiR to cash lit lllshop &
Co'm checks on the Japanese Institu
tion when they had no money there.
was the stntimcnt made this morning
by Manager M. Komeya.
Manager Komeya says that every de
positor since the opening of the bank
has been able to get his money, but
that It was Japanese who had no
money on deposit who made the
A number of Japaneso called at the
hank this morning and somo withdrew
money. However, Mnnauur Kdmeya's
explanation reassured many, and tho
Jiipnncsu community docs nut feel ap
prehensive that tho bank will bo em
barrassed la any wny.
With tilt departure f the West Vlr
glnln. Hying the ling of the com
mnnder-ln-ihlef, Thursday next, the
status of the l'acllle lleet will change,
not only In personnel, but In organisa
tion. When Admiral Thomas hauls
down his Hag, and goes on leave to
await retirement April 27, the two ill
visions of the lleet are to be con
sol Ida ted, one nilmlral having entire
command of tho live cruisers which
can he counted on as In lug In com
mission for sea duty.
The change will do away with a lot
of the red tape and tuul to make tho"
l'acllle tit et a more easily bundled unit
At present Hiiro are only two ships
of each division with the command.
and ono Hag olllcir for eery two
ships seems u ralliir complicated ar
rangement. There Is n geiiirnl belief In naval
circles that when Admiral Houthirlund
becomes commander-in-chief there Is
n good chance of going back to the
old plan of maintaining only twoileets
the Atlantic and the l'acllle and of
consolidating the China siiuailroii with
tho l'acllle Diet. Kollonlng.lliU-pl.in
the nrmoriil crulsirs would probably
become what Is known as a "Hying
squadron," and would do a deal more
cruising than at proont. probably go
ing as far enst ns China waters. The
Asiatic lleet Is of comparative! le
cent origin, and tin re semis n will
founded belief Hint It will be uholMi
ed iih an entirely separate command,
Hllhougl) a rear-nilinlrnl would, of
course, be n tallied to h.uulli It us a
subdivision of the l'acllle licit
There will be no very marked change
In lleet organization when Admiral
Houtherluiid takes command, due to
the fact thut he has asked several
Member of Admiral Thomas' pirsonal
staff to remain with him. Lieutenant
Commander Leahy remains lleet ord
nance officer, and Lieutenant Com
mander Major will continue, to hold
the position of lloit inglneer. There
will be no chief or start for tho pres
ent, Commander Terhune, who now
holds that position, being ordered lo
command the Iennshnnla. The lleet
stalf, comprising Major Hill, marine
olllcir; Pay Inspector Illcks, lleet pay
master, and Medical Inspector Norton,
lleet surgeon, remains tho same, al
though Dr. Norton Is now on leave and
may not rejoin the IV.et. Lieutenants
(ihormley and Davy exchange with
Lieutenant Ilennrcguard and Ihislgu
Howard lis Hag lieutenant and Hug
Many transfers have been engln
eerid In tho lleet during tho last few
days, the result being that practically
all the short-timers will return on the
West Virginia for discharge, while
members of inr crw who have somo
tlmo still to servo have been distrib
uted among the other ships.
The Kouth Dakota left her berth nt
the navy dock this morning and went
outside, nml soino time this afternoon
the West Virginia will move from the
Alnkeii wharf to tho berth opposite the
California at tho navy dock.
Tho Colorado will remain outside for
n few days, owing to tho dredging op
erations In tho harbor.
The marine companies from the Cal
ifornia, Houth Dakota and Colorado
will go to Lellehiui tomorrow morning,
to shoot tlirt regular small arms
course on the nrmy range. They will
bo In camp about two weeks, unless
called back tn their ships by sudden
HERE'S no disputing the
fact that at the present
time there are more men
wearing Ready Tailored
Clothes than ever before.
In "Benjamin Clothes M
the great improvement
in style, fit and finish is particularly
Our Spring and Summer showing far ex
ceeds our best efforts of all past seasons.
Phoenix all Pure Silk. Hose
for Men and Women.
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CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
FOR JUDD'S JOB
Hate jou bonks you mint bound,
ruling dour, or books made, send tin-in
to Hie II ii 1 1 c 1 1 ii Job printing anil
c.j , -. .j. $ ,j, .;..; j .$. 5 j $
hides, and the other employes In the
lands olllco wero especially pleased nt
the turn of events, During tho four
years he has been nt his desk, Ills
cheery voice and kindly counsil hnvo
won him many stanch friends, lie
knows every turn of the department,
nud Is nlwavs willing tu help out when
any dlltlculty shows up.
l'acllle Mull Steamship Com
bos cone to the front for tho
puhllcll for the rhlllpploo
, iiinlrlhiitloii of IMMj pesos
been made by the big ciim-
p.iny to blip boom the Philippines, ac
cording to the following newspaper
report, which has Just reached here:
The Pnclllc Mall Hteamshlp Com
pany has contributed 1500 pesos to
the cause of Philippine puhllclt, and
this sum will be turned over to the
publicity rommlttie, which Is working
on plans to advertise the Islands uml
their resources abroad
This was the news lonviyed to the
I'.ielUc Coiiunciclal Company, success
ors to Castle III os.. Wolf & Sons, In
a cablegram received at the local of
lice this morning The donation fol
lows several mouths of effort made
by the local agents, who called the
attention of the big steamship corpor
ation to. the publicity campaign being
carried on In the Islands.
the ilelicalo flavor and medicinal qualities of the
Delicious as a thirst-quenching beverage
Incomparable when served with
For the home we have It In cases of 12 Quarts and 21 Pints.
Thomas' liced Pineapple in
You will like It better than the ripe fruit.
Henry May (Mb Co., Ltd.
THC LEADING GROCERS
Tho (loriuan ship Klfrlda, having
completed tho discharge) of u ship
ment of Kuriisuii caiRn Including fer
tilizer, will ho dispatched for l'uget
Hound ports tomorrow according Ii
tho present calculations of II. Hack
fold & Co., tho local agents for tho
The T. M. S. Parcel Delivery
CALLS FOR AND
AnonU Alexander Young Hotel Laundry
The Finest Line we have ever
itr.ci:ivi:i) and on display in otut rampi.i:
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
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did not maku any comments on the ap
pointment this morning.
When seen after tho announcement
had been made, Tucker replied to a
iiiesllon as to the future In a charac
teristic minim r. "You Just tell them
that I will be right on the spot when
they wunt me," vv.ih all the couiinent
he would make.
Nothing has been ieclde'd us tow ho
will tnki the position of secretary to
the commissioner, which Tucker has
held down for the last four years.
Walter A Ungle, who has been with
the department for the last elghtei n
mouths and who Is nn Island boy, !
looked on as the must likely calidl
date, but It Is understood 'that a eon
fereuee will bo held before any dell
nlte step Is taken
Tucker's appointment Is one of tin1
most popular that has been made In
the department As soon us the fact
became know ii round tho building,
congratulations were showered on all
Competent engineer for mill work Ap
ply I' A. Hclmefor, Mil. fil7l-liv
tlood rooms; central and
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