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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, MAR. 6, 1912.
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Interesting "ml Impressive ccrcmo-
nles will murk tho transfer n( com- p
maml u f the Paclllc llect, which Is i
scheduled to take place uhout 11:30
Thuisday morning, Just prior to tho
cruiser West Virginia's departure for
the Cu.ihI. When Ailmlral Thomas
hauls down hit Hag, unci Ailmlral
Snuthcrhinil raises his, on tho cruiser
('allfornlii, the gun that will boom
nut their salute, uml the music thht
will welcome the Incoming nml speed
the parting commander-in-chief, will
ihi more than uccunl n formul trlhute
tn past nml present regime. Powder
nml brus will nllko echo the Inner
feeling of olllccr ntiil nirii, who. In
losing Ailmlrnl Thomas, find sphico In
the furt that III" successor In nut nn
tiiiKniiuii iiuantlty hi the fleet, and
that ho has linth their respect mid
Owing tu the fact that the Wulklki
Klde of the navy "lip Ik now being
ilreilRed by tho Turbine, of the Stand
ard American Dredging Co., the Went
Virginia. Ailmlrnl Huutlicrluiurs prcs
cut IIuhhIiIp, will not Khlrt her berth
from the Atakea wharf. When thetlmo
lor the transfer of uunniand arrive:.
Admiral Southcrl.ind will haul down
hi red flag of the Junior rear admiral,
anil UK It lluttcrs down It will be sa
luted by the rear admiral'" salute of
13 Klin.-, from the West Vllrglnla. No
other salutes will he tired, Admiral
Southcrhind will thin come aboard tho
California, accompanied by Ids Ktuff,
uUnrdcd full honors nn he conies over
the side. Admiral ThomiiH will then
rend, to the grouped olIleerH on the
luartenleck, the order" detaching him
from the command of tho licet. Ail
mlrnl Soiithcrlund will read bin order",
nomhiathiK him iih commnndcr-ln
chief Am Admiral Thomas- blue Hag
tome" down, tho California wilt salute
It with 13 guns. Ah kooii thereafter as
prnLtlcnhtc. Ailmlral Soulhcrluiid will
assume command of the Meet, and tin
his blue two-starred Hag goes up, ev
ery "hip of the Meet will salute, It with
shmilttiiuous salutes of 13 guns, fol
low Inn the motions of the California.
Admiral Thomas baa been ndvlsed by
his successor that the hitter will causo
a simultaneous salute of 13 Kims to
be tired iih soon as thu Hag of the de
parting admiral Is raised on the Wert
Vlritlnla. Until Admiral Thomas and
Admiral Southcrhind will lly the blun
llaft. the former iih nenlor olllcer and
tho latter iih coiimiundcr-ln-chtcf.
Thu ceremony of iixcIiuiirIiik flags Ih
usually accompanied by tho touching
tribute to the retlrlue admiral of be
ln rowed ashore by ollkirs of bin
ship, but owing to the fact that both
IhigshlpM aro to be fast to thu dock
when Thursday'H ceremonies tako
place, this will he eliminated from
the prom a m
Nicholson for Orient.
A persistent rumor, published In tho
Coast papers, to the effect that u lust
minute chaliKc of orders Wan contem
plated, mid that Admiral Nicholson
was tu assume command of the Pa
clllc licet. Instead of the China suad
lou, Is then no crcdcnco hero.
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IN "PIG" CASE
linger James, arrested tij I, I. pair In
spector W. 1' 1'ennell last Suuiluv
night In an Alakeu street house for
selling llipior without a license, wan
put on trial this mornltiK hi JudKt)
.Monsarrut'H murt, and utter counsel
for the prosecution and defense had
closed their arguments, the mailer
was postponed until tomorrow morn-
hiK. It Is exptctcd that Judee Mon
"limit will reader,, his Oeclslun then
A larce nnmlliT of sailors took toe
stand and testllled iih to what happen
ed In the room when lVnuell went In.
Some of them said that no sale of ll'
iior wiih made by Jamos. nut Cornell
himself stated on the stand that Iih
bought the llcpior from James, payliu;
Tailored Clothes -
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"
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.
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for Men and Women.
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The T. M. S. Parcel Delivery
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MORE NAVY MEN
Thirteen niiiio lots In Kaiiuukl have
lieen sold lo iiMUcrH of tho United
KtiiteH Navy, the last deal helm;
closed hy Walter Doyle of tho Knl-
iniikl Land Co., lato yesterday oven
IiIk. Tho liuerH were u hul of live
petty (ilIUei-H headed by Hubert W.
While, IhtR yeoman of the California,
wlio waa stationed hero for a number
of sears. The lots, bought by tho
nuvy men aro In tho I'alolo Hill tract.
This inakcH a total of thirty-five
Iota Hold to men of tho navy In tho
last two mouths and Hllll moro snlcs
will ho mado according to Walter
Doyle, who la finding them more
uwako to tho value of Honolulu resi
dence property than any other clubs
"Tho now coiner or visitor neca fur
ther than tho usual local buyer; their
perspective Is not marred by near
ness; they know what property Is
worth In other eltlcs and they foresee
tho future growth of this city. In
short, they know Honolulu property
Is a good Investment." says Doylo
Dr. Donald II. Currte, IT. S. l'uhllc
Health and Marino Hospital Sorvlce,
who was recently ordered fiom Ha
waii, lias been named to have charge
of tho ptaguo wotk at thu port of Ran
Dr. W. C, Huckcr, who had charge
of this work under Siirgcon-Oeueral
Wyiuan, has been detached and nrd-i
ered to Washington to ho assistant tu
the new surgeon general, Dr. lllue,
also well known bote and for n few
days Inst fall In charge of thu public
sanitation work lii 'Honolulu.
Supervisor Murray has for some
weeks contended for a parking scheme,
for Kalakaua avonuo and with tho re
sult that a temporary parkway Wnl
klkl of "Sunny South" has now been
Murray has Invited suggestions
from icHldcnts and taxpayers uncut
the plan to beautify this thorough
ran' It Is believed Hint with the
parking of a strip extending through
the entire length of the avenue, u ma
terial saving In pavement would be
At present the parked enclosure Ih
temporarily fenced. The Idea of thu
Hoard of Supervisors who have be
ionic favorably Impressed with the
plan Is to afford tho general public
an opportunity of viewing tho Im
provement, and assisting In making a
decision as to Its effectiveness and desirability.
HKAI.IUj I'ltOl'OHALS, endorsed
"Proposals rtir Macadam ltoads," will
bo received hy the Commandant. Naval
Station, Honolulu, Hawaii, until 11
o'clock a. in, April G, 1912, and then
and there publicly opened, for about
;';',.';.". siiuarn yards of oiled macadam
pavliii! at the Fulled States Naval .-nation.
Penrl Harbor, Hawaii. Thins and
specifications can b obtained on ap
plication to tho llureall or to tho Com.
mandunt of tho Nnvnl Station, Hono
lulu. II. It. STANI'OltD, Chief of llu.
rem, I'ebruary 19, 1912.
5177 .Mar S, 12
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'8
DE LONGPRE'S HOME
SELLS FOR $100,000
1.08 ANOKI.KS. Feb. 22. Tho fam
ous Hollywood homo of Paul dc I.ong
pro, tho flower painter Who died sev
eral months ago, has been purchased
by Mrs. J. W, Carr, widow of a mer
chant of .Mnlonc, N. V for $100,000.
Mrs. Josephine do Uiugpre and the
Misses Illancho and Paulino do ling
pre, widow and daughter of tho paint
er, will visit France.
Paul de Iongpto waa well known
In Honolulu. " '
AKANA In Honolulu, March fi, 1912,
at his l.ilo residence, Kukul sticet,
Dr C. T. Akrtmi,
Funeral fioui ahovc-uameil losl
deuco at 10 o'clock Wcdnesilur
Down go tho sugar storks, with tho
fcai of tariff revision befoie the peo
ple of Hawaii.
That Is tho story on tho market to
day, with ovldnnco that a good nianv
holders of perfectly good stock want
to unload some, of It nuvv and aic
willing to part with It at a Ion- piVc
ON THE SHINYO
Captain H(irr S. Smith, muster of
thd big Japanese turbine) liner Shlnyo
Main, had occasion to shako liaiuh
with himself on several occasions aft
er leaving San Fuiuclsro ror Honolu
lu her.iiise or the fart that ho es
caped tho assessment of a largo flue,
which might otherwise have been In
flicted by tho Collector of Customs
at San I'rauclBCO,
Opium was discovered on board tho
To.vo Klsen Kalsha steamer and hy
none other than the over-alert skip
per of that gallant cralt. Twonty-flvo
tins were touud snugly stowed avvav'
underneath tho drip hi thu watdr
tanks. Alter tho Shlnvn hud clcaicd
Honolulu and was well on tho way
toward tho Coast, Captain Smith ami
several of his olllcers undertook to
give tho Slilnvo u general scuiiiiug
for the seductive, drug,
On ai rival of tho liner at tho Coast
pmt Captain Smith turned over' the
opium lo Colonel Charles 11. llllnn.
ih'putv sui ve or of customs, anu
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Hawaii Produce Company, Limited
At the annual mectliiK of the stock-
holders of the Hawaii Produce Com
pany, Ltd, held In Honolulu on Jan-,
uary 23. 1912, the following directors
were elected to servo for tho ensuing,
year: At. Kuwahara, 1). Yonekura, T.
Hunilda, V. Motoshlgc and A. IC.
The follow lug olllcers were subse
quently ilreted by the Hoard of Di
rectors to serve for the ensuing year:
M Kavviihiirii President
D. Yonekura .....Vice-President
A K (laivvu Secretary
T Siuuida Treasurer
W. Moloshlge Auditor
tSlgned) A. K. OZAWA.
thoiehy ii evented a lino being liupij
ed iii-in hlniKnlf and tho owners of tho
vessel Thu masters of tho Japanese.
steamships plylns between Snu Krun-
Cisco, Honolulu nml tho Orient arc ex-
Giclslug thu moat otraorilluary pio-
caulluus against allowing opium to ho
cmuggtcd on hoard their vessels, ami
have gone oven tn sumo cxcnso tu
coopcrato with the customs iiutliorl
ties In provcutiug all kinds of smiii;
.1. II'. STEWART, of the water in
v estimation department, Is away on u
Hying trip lo Maul. Ho expects lo re
turn about March 10 or 1.V
WATKIt dill:!-' W V MAHTIN IS
planning to get nvvny on March -'4,
Ho uxpects to stay away thieu months,
during which time he will (tnlsli tho
compilation of tho first report on the
witter tesources of tho Territory
$1 a Year
TRY LUNCH TOMORROW
11:30 to 1 p.m.
Eitate of James Kauhane, Decease
Norm: is in:iti:uv oivi:n i
thu undersigned Thomas ('. Vhlt". A'
mlulslriitor of the Kstate of Jain
Kanliane, late of Walohlnu, Ha wo
deceased, that, pursuant to uil ord
duly made by the Honorable John A
lart Matthew man. Judge of the Thl
Circuit Court. Terrltoiy of lluvvall,'!
thu mutter of said estate, on thu 19
day of February. 1912, and for t;
purpose, of realizing money to- pi
debts of the estate, said AdnilllUtrnt
will sell at public auction thu folloi
lug propel ties.
I' HIST lly sale at the front door
the fmiil House of the Third Clrct
Court, at Walohlnu, District of ICa
Island of Hawaii, on Friday, tho29
day of .March, 1912, at tho hour ofj
o'clock noon, all of the right, tltln at
luttrest of said James Kauhane. il
ceased, In and to all undivided on
half of the houselot of said dcccdc
at said Walohlnu ' ?
SKCOND lly sale at thu front.do
of the present nuarters of tho Fit
Circuit Court In Honolulu, OnJiu, T.'
(being the old V. M. C. A. Iliilldltil
on Saturday. tie 30th day of Muri
1912, at thu hour of 12 o'clock no;
all or th light, title uml Interest
the said James Kauhane, deceased?
and to those certain pieces, of turnip
.,,.,.. fit l........ltllll 1t'..ll.tt.l , I. ..?!..
.... ... i.mi,,..,,!,,,, ,, nintni, nudum
being Apaiius t ami 2 described'
Itn) nl Pat, ut 3UIC, I.. C A. Kilo'
Nahail. purchased l,y said ilcccdl
from Mary P.idukeii by deed duted A
gust 23. lf9., l.lber 1SS, page 269;''tl
liroperty being subject to u mortgo
made by said decedent tn W. It. C(
tie. Trusteo, fur JfcOO, dated Jul)
IS'.'S. ii lorded In l.lber ISO. pace 2
with Inteiest unpaid since FcbriK
Said sales to be subjtct to tlnv l
Pioval of the Court. Ten per ce
(lo ,) of the puichasu nrlcQ l, luijis
(In each case) upon fall of the hi)
uier. ami ine uaiancu on coiillrmul
b thu Court ami delivery of thuTh
or deed. w
For further particulars Imiulrej
the undirslKiied nt K'enlaliekua, Ko
lluvvall, oi of Jlessrs. Smith, Wofi
V llrmenwuy. his attorneys, 'Jt
Duted March fl. 1912.
THOMAS C WHITE
Adinlnlslratnr of the llstatu of Jut
liaile. Deeeau'd 'fl
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