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EVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUnSDAY, MAn. 28, 1312.
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Honolulu 'llilrcl llignc.
Hawaiian N'tiiml Decree.
Honolulu ( h.iplcr. I!. A. M.
I'. II. iiml M. I!. .11.
ill visiting mensBarr. o! l
Order r cordially InTtttM to
attend nectlURB ol local Imltri
z!M P. 31.
It. of I'.
zf u i .'t(r 2ml and llh Sntur-
l.i. i-.iniiK .it 7 iin o'clock In
f?W 1. in l Hall, cor Tort mid
viC' lien mil.i. Visiting brothers
uiiiltii,! Int lied to attend
A 1'. UIHtTZ, C C.
R 1' K1I.HKV, K. It. S.
i ur Miner o. i, ic. of i.
Mcctii every first ami third Trl -
I day at 7 3D otlock, Pythian
'Hull, corner Ilerclanla nml
1'ort streets Vlsltlnj; brothers
(.ordially lutlted to attend.
s ui:nu:u, c. c
0 II KINK, K. of It & S.
iio.MH.ri.r Miner, i;in, ii. p. il. i:.
HfDolulu tunica No Oin,
P () Klks, meets in
Ir hull, on King St,
nc.ir Koit, etery Krldaj
cvoiiIiik VUltliiB Hroth
ers are cordially Intltcd
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ISKMIUIUI, U IL
Ki.t i;(;ni,, sec
IIAU Alt Tlillli: M). I, I. 0. II. il.
Meets eteiy Ilrst and third
'1 ucKdnv of eath inontli In
l'l Mnrtlilu II. .11 I r C I.'
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SS3? l.l IS Pi:itUY, C. of It
HDMH.i i.r AiMtii; 1111, r. u. v..
Meets on sec(
Jff, Wednesday ci
Meets on second and fourth
(.'VonliiK of each
. I o clot it, in
S.ui ntolilo Hull, Vluetard
hi net, iiuir Kiiinia VlslilliK brothers
1110 Intited to attend
WJI .lONT.S, W P.
J W ASCII. Secy
iioNoi.ri.r i.odci: no. miu,
I,. 0. U. .M
will meet In Odd IVlInu.s' building,
Kort slrei 1, near KIiib. overy Friday
cteiilni; at 7 M n'tloik
VisltliiK brothers cordially Int Hod
AMilltOSi: .1 WI11TZ. Dictator.
I;. A .IACOIISON. Secretary
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONE 1083 FORT STREET
THE VERY LATEST IDEAS IN
v.Mil'iniry Parlors, Boston Block
1027 NUUANU faTREET
Up lo-data Millinery and Men's Hat!
Just reiilted b K S Ml.lllc tlir
cr lalpst In LINGERIE GOWNS,
ulso ii fine Hsurtiiieiit of MORNING
DRESSES and SPRING TAILORED
6UITS In nit iolor
66 67-68 YOUNG HOTEL
WHEN YOU WANT TO
T 7 CITY TRANSFER
(Additional Shipping News on Page 10)
REFLOATING OF TANKER ROMANS
A SURPRISE TO
'I'm ihc Aim rl. nil nil tnnkct llnso-
liratis would bo rolloatod and hauled
llnto deep wntoi-, tlion towed from (in -
! viola In tlio diydoiks at Han rranels -
'"'t ,,n "ii'i,,, despite a merciless pounding liy a return to Ms ship lie was tn a ihuous
-ltd mill llli u-n lilt southeaster, not only protodeinnod nml began to Rtnrt things when
MiiiulitjH of I pleasing but suiprlslng to lliinolulii lie foil Into Hip strong arm of the law,
r.icli HHinth tlilpplng nirn when freely related liy In thin ease nono other than llnrlior
lit K. I. Hull otlleors In the Paillle Mnll liner Man- Olllrei lolm Weila). "lack" once tip-
"Inula, during the mn of the IiIk
,Hl anmhljj nt the port jestcrdny
The bent salvage men in the coun-
jtrt ere Immediately placed at ttoiK
'in attempting in sntc the ItoM'cratis
from Icatlug her bones on the tieaeh
I crews rorhH near Gat Iota
I When the Manchiiila nailed fiom
Suti rrnnclsco, the snlvagc of the
lanler which Tor tears has heen a fa
j miliar figure In Honolulu waterfront
ilriles. wns muting along at a lilghl
sat frtfni tort rate.
An niiempl was tn hate heen made
to pull i hu ltnsecrnns nff the rocks on
the ilnv of sailing of the Jlniichurla.
1 'Iters who hato been at the ship
Slne .March Ulh. the dale of the dls -
!HHur declaie that the hull, despite Us
poumlliiK. is In Food louditlon.
i l'ie Hoseiians was luillttwe.it)
"I"" )fnf "f- ami H 'he propert ol
l"' Assotlaled Oil Company. She Is
alleged to hate been eoiistrmtod in a
period when honest material and la
'hoi wore put Into ships, Tlio tessel
I easily represents an liitesttnent of
one bundled thousand dollars
It will be leniembeied that two llfs
iwere lost In t'le dlsastei which befell
'the uufnrtunatu tanker.
A ten careful uxninlnntlon of the
ploseeians- hull letenlcd but few
leaks. It was the Intention to brluK
the tnnker to Sail I'lanclsto for uece -
1 far repairs.
A rnKKcil hole twenty or moro feet
In extent wassalil to hato been lipped
alnni; the side Tl the oteamer, lloodlni;
her after hold and eiiKlne-ioom.
JLurllne Completer Tow of Disabled
I The Mntsnn NatlKatlon steamer Kn
tei price, disabled thrio humlred miles
r'raiitlMo throiiRh the break
Inn of a tail-shaft, was taken into the
Coast port early jestenlay moriiliu; In
tow of the steamer l.urline. Tlio l.ur-
I11"? ,B """"I "' I''nR made ox-
i i (ii in iiiii'j ki iiif iimtihl 'l ilivr MIT
tressed sieaiuei It Is expected that
'lie lepnlrs to tlio llntorprlse will be
rushed lo such extent that sho will lio!
able to lesntne the nai!o to Hlln not
later than Sunday evenliiK. The I-ui-Hue
was delayed Iobs than twelte
lioii.h because of lint inn stopped to
nko a line Irom th IJuturpiihe,
Mainland Mail Due Tuesday.
A nnll from thu mainland Is due to
nrrlte at Honolulu 011 Tuesdn) In tlio
Toto Kitten Knlshn liner dilto Maru.
AecordliiK '" a (able recelted by the
loinl htauch of tho Meichants' U
cliiiiih'c. tho Chlo Maru sailed fiom
San 1'ranclsio at 2 o'clock .teslerdny
afleinooii. Heports hriiuRlit b slilp
pIiik men ludlentc that scternl new- of
I'kcis will bo found In, the personnul
of the stair 111 the Chl)o .Mam.
Fireman Created Trouble.
A llrematl helonaliiK to Hie Ihltlsh
Mr.imshlp Zeulnudla unihcil a dei hied
stir at Alnkea whaif last eteuliiK Jiists expected to bo dispatched for San
tiefore (tie ilepartuie or that unci inr
Vunc outer and Met 01 In '1 lie mun
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlit? Beer
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
tHIicc, King 8t., next Youno
hail been granted lo.lte or absence fm
a few lionrs anil proceeded In rail lit
( the sotoral thirst emporiums on the
,wnt up town. Ily the time set for hi
n n llnio was considered a prolll
landt man with his "nllis." 'I he
sailor, wlille sllghllt disfigured, mil
tlted the encounter anil was sent mi
Nippon Maru Otfleer? for Promotion.
I'urser II. J. (Irasett, mm In the
Tojn Kl-en Knlslni Nippon Maru, due
to nrrlte fiom Oi lentil ports thin nil
ernoon Ik making his farewell Hip in
that nlftv little tcssol and In slated
for a well-lesei veil promotion (iir.
sen will ho pill In charge of Uie olllc
on the Tetin Maru to lake the pcisl
tlon formcrl held h.t William Held,
who has left tlio sen he
l A Intu wireless rerelted nt Honolulu
proncis intt arrival oi inc ini-
iinesH steamer this afternoon It is
the present Intention to dlspalih the
steamer for San 1'ianclscn in ( o'thuK
Nippon Maru to Oceanic Wharf.
The .Inpanese liner Nippon Maui
with six liumlieil Ions freight from
Oriental ports, will berth nt the Oce
anic wharf. This tessel ts expocledi
oil tho harbor on or about S oclocK
and should tome nlniiRsldc the duck
mil Inter than 5 o'clock Tho Nippon
Mnru will bo dispatched for San Kiati
Cisco at ( o'clock tomorrow iniirnliiK
few- lajotcr passciiKers,
Clnudlne Taking Freight for Hawaii.
TnkliiR cnrmi for portt, aloiiK Maul
and Hawaii Ineludlni; llllo, the Inter
Island steamer Clnudlne Is on tho
berth for dispatch at ."1 o'clock tomor
row otcnlni;. 'Ihls tessel will turn
shipments of lumber, feitlllzcr and
other supplies. A number of pnsseli
uers hate been bonked at tho nllico of
Hall Loadlnn for Kauai. .
'I ho Inter-Islttiiil steamer W. (!, Hall
will depart for the usual ports nlniiK
Kauai at r. o'clock this otcnliiK, tnklnc
a few inbin and ileck passeiiRers and
a caiKo IncluilliiK shlpuieulH of fertili
zer, lumber nml plantation supplies.
Irmqard Completed Good Passage.
Tlio hnrkentliio Irmitard, sallhiK
rrom Mnliiikona on March Mb with ,1
full load of KUK.ir, Ih repoited by ca
blcKiams ns hatliiR rcutlicd San Trail
clseo vesteiday, complelliiK a fair pas
saKc I'loin tho Ulnuds to the (ioldcii
Helene from Kauai Ports.
With a shipment of titer U.ilou
sacks siiKiir, tho Inter-lsl.iud steamer
lleleiio was 1111 nriltal In port this
rnornliiK. Tlio tessel met with rnlr
tteather cm tho teluiii trip from U10
Next Mall for the Coast.
Thu next mail In tho Coast is sclcd
tiled to lento In tho Toto Klsen ltul
slin liner Nippon Maru This tcsuel
rromlsio nt tl n clock tomorrow morn
(J.7.. H. Lovo)
Telephone! 1874 and 1875
FOR YACHT CLU
Prospects are pood that the Hawaii
Ymht ("lull will he nhle to seciue the
Mctlrew ostnto premises at Pearl Har
bor ei flub IiendipinrlerR for tlio year,
laud perhaps for a low; lease.
I his matter was taken tip nt n
meeting of the aehl club directors
held last ctciitug mid President Cocv
per after Itivestlcntlni; tlio sltnntlnn
today Is of the opinion thnt a snllsfac
tor anaiiKcment can be made. This
s one of the most desirable locations
on the shores of Pearl llaibor for a,
.k W chili lendctous, as tlio anchor
I in- fm Hides are the best and tie
proximity In the llirniwh line of traf
lb by railroad and nutnmoblle mnl.es
the jilnee easy of aciess fol those who
do mil Kiily water.
The directors had a Ioiik session
and went thorough! Into the condi
tion or tlio club, which, In say the
least, Ik xumewhat chaotic. With a
hendipiariers at Pearl Harbor, howet
er and a little more drummlni; up to
Mir the members tn activity, tlio coin
Inj: so.'imm Rites nood (iromlse, as It
oiiKhl tn In a nans Pacific Jtace c.u
WATCH FOR EASTER
OPENING OF THE
Everything Newest in Millinery
Club Stables Block Fort above Hotel
Mrs. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
MUST LAY UP
The Amerlt.ili burhi ntlne S N I'ns
11, a hull put lulu lliitniliilii tn ills
tr. vs nrtir nil eteuttul M-dut totiutc
tliroufili the South Sens, will be re
pur d .it HiIk pott, iHtoiilliiK to tin'
cubic liiKlruitloiiK rcedted tslrrdny
Hit ('(iptiiln ton Uiblriii, mastir of the
I1i il'leil tesscl
liistructlmis luive lieen rcieltul that
Hie ulilpinint of pliiiphnlc lock lii'dls
iliurKcd wKlioiit further dtl.iy This
roiunioillt) Is tonllinert to the local
iiRcncy of T. II, Duties A: Co.
There I- il eonlmimi lit of llfl) tons
of loprn on bo.inl destined for Sun
riiiiuNi.ii Culitaln ton D.ihlrcn said
li(ihi Hint Hie inprii wonlil be slon d
line until such lline as the fiistle ttns
HioiiiukIiI lepulred nml ninilu seattor
tli The ehiiu!ltc eMiinliiiitlon iniide
b) loi nl illtcr has rttenleil the fact
Hint the bath of the tosl bus linn
broken Water N iniiklni; Its win hit"
Hu hold In tilt i It il ipiantlties It is
the Intention to haul the tesrl on Hie
nun liie rnllttny ;lniimdliitcl follow -hiK
tin- ilNeh.irRe of the caiRo.
NOT BECAUSE we can offer you the finest music
you ever heard
NOT BECAUSE the preachers are the most elo
quent in the world
BUT BECAUSE we are discussing, at these meet
ings, questions of the most vital importance
to every man, woman and child in this city
AND BECAUSE we are pointing out lines of duty
and opportunities for service in which every
one of you should by right take part
WE URGE YOU to come out to the meeting at
the Empire Theater TONIGHT and hear an ear
nest, able address bv one of the Pastors on "THE
FATHERHOOD OF GOD," and hear FRED
BUTLER sing, with his magnificent, consecrated
The . old favorite Oratorio number, "IT IS
ENOUGH;" from "Elijah."
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Mntsul I ehl. .lapnnesc, who rode n
blcytle nt nli;lit without n llRht, was
lined II vo dnlla's nml ensts of court.
The case asnlnst Clins Mltatnnto,
proprlelni of u .Inpanese hotel on Kit
kill street, was postponed until next
!alurda inoiiiliiir. Ho wns arresled
for lieepliiK u disurderly house.
(Mice Wnl Yel, Knrean propiletnr of
n billiard parlor, wns nriesled by tho
police for perinittiiii; Illinois to pta
pool In Iim placo uf business. He
pleaded tint Rullty this morning be
foro .Indue Monsarrnt.
Until Lnvtun, I co Slnlon nml Paul
Softies, clintRcd with tnRrancy, luito
wended their wnys for paslures new.
In icmsldcrnllon of which their ensea
'In .IiulRe Monsnrrat'H court were nolle
prnssed. by Prosecutor Ilrown,
' Sotcrnl enses were cnllcd In tho
,1'eileial Court Jestenlay and wora
contlniieil until nftcr April S, whru tho
new term commences. A. Carter,
innnaRcr of tho Parkor ranch, Is still
,on the list. It Is alleged that ho re
fused to answer tpteslloiiH put to him
11 the census mnii.
Word comes fiom llllo Hint Con-
tractor Wilson Is getting over thing
in shapo for n stnrt on tho belt toad
contract. The (onlinet lias not been
jhlgneil by all the Commissioners yet.
'It will take Rome time to get tho work
In full swing, as heavy machinery
.must Do brought fiom tho Slates.
Thlitj-nlno youngsters breaking tho
curroit law were rounded tin by the
police last evening and had a session
with Judge Whitney 111 the ofTIro of
Chief McDulIlc. One nungster Wns a
'Japanese not mnro than eight enrs
old and small for his ago. 1 hey will
(all at tho Jiitcnllo Court on Sntur
I Dr. Tnlor, who round tho mongoose
which was nfleeted ttllli plague, Is
Mt 111 stiidjlng the cpicstlon ns to whe
ther tho ltifi'i lion Is ptotnlcnt nmnng
these nnlmnls, but sn far he has
found no further evidence thereof. If
any suspicious cases are found they
will bo given a full laboratory test In
I It. I! ltolilford, agent for !'. W Da
mon, whoso pioperty Is Involved In the
ilo'cl stroet widening proposition,
stntes that the total urea of the prop
eltv nt 1'oit nml Hotel streets Is 2P.I"
square feet, and nno-fourtli Is needed
for widening. Tho niea left to Mr.
Damon afterwards would bo 17H7
Albert luilil nml I, A. Thurston
.went to Hie Volcano House Prldny to
.determine where should ho the bound-art-
or the proposed national park on
the mntil-n side. Judil repicfcnled tho
jlllshop Kslnte, of which ho Is a trus
tee, ns tho Innds of that estate are
'ceiieerned, while Tlutrston leprcsent
ed the Tcrrllnry.
1 The hotel facilities at Hautila, on
,the wlnilwnrd sldo of Oiilui, nro to he
inci cased. Manager Aubrey, of tho
Hotel Auhic) arrlted In Honolulu ea
lerdny tn make arrnngementH fur an
nddltlnn to his lintel ntnl for tho ercc-
lou of n liiimbcr of cotlngcs. Aubrey
Is preparing lo Inko euro of the Bum
mei tralllc Hint comes his ttny.
Honolulu Is shy n hone moon temple
hrougli tho coal slliinllou In I limine.
,1. II. Clegg nml tils wife, who was Miss
II nt li Waller of thin illy, had engaged
passage at a llrltlsh Columbia poll tn
Hawaii mid Australia, but u telegram
from Mr. t'legg's firm In Ixituluii called
hltn hack nt once on account of the
troub'lo browing otcr tho coal sllun
Thnl there Is nn ordinance nunlnst
speeding nutos In llllo was hiought to
the attention of scternl nuto-drlvcrs
of that tlty tlio other day when thet
tvcio hauled up for speeding In execs-
of the limit nrounct comers mid m
tooling their horns. They were no
nrrcsled hut were sitniinoneil to n
pear befoic Jtulgo Wlso and listen i
some good niltke.
The Honolulu Y. M. C. A. mny se
n dclegnto In attend the Chrisii.
Conservntloti CoiiRress In New Yin
City from April 1! In 21 Inclusive. I;,
cry large city In tho States will b
represented. The purpose Is In fur
ther tariotift lines of Christian wink.
Atuoiig the subjects tipcui which theio
will bo addresses nt the contention
arc "The llov Problem," "Social Serv
ice," "Immigration." "The N"gro
Problem," "Tho Church ami the News
paper." Scternl appeals from the District
Court came before JucIro Itoblin-cui In
the Circuit Com I yestcrdnv afternoon.
The case of Chill Cliu. charged with
tlolntlng the Sabbath laws, was nolle
prnssed.. Deputy County Altoin"V
Ilrown stntlng that ho did not ihluk it
was fair lo press tho charge, as plan
tations and stenmshtps comtnntly
work on Sundnv. Kuni Sun Qu.il had
his lino reduced from $l,"i to $.'' nml
Chin Tnl had Ills assault charge nolle
W. S, STOrKWlM.l. of Yankton. S.
D arrived In the Islands .testerdat In
the Manchuria. Ho will spend about
n month here.
Mits. wm pitt ri:ssi:NDi:.v of
lloston was an at rhal In the Mam bu
rin. Sho Is tn visit her daughter, Mrs.
Arthur (1, Smith.
rOSTHIl TAYLOR, son of Sir Allen
Tr,lor, I-ord Mnor of Silney, 'Aus
tralia, was a through p.u.ceiigei on
the steamer Zcalandhi esi?rcla) lor
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Thursday, March 28.
FRANCISCO Airlted, Minch
l S. S. Ulaclcr. lielito Mutch I".
S. S. NIPPON MAIIH Dockii at
Oceanic whnrf at nbout 11 ji in to
day with Run tons fielght from Vo
kolinmn, and sails for San I'laiiiHin
nt H n. m. tomorrow.
II u lie llu Haul Ads nlll flml II.