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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, APR. 9, 1912.
Hi lulu Slnlt'il mill I'lrst
I oiiiiI ill it Chapter, It. , II.
I'. .11. inn) M. I.. V.
Hawaiian 'third Prune.
l.i'l Vlnlin ( li.iili r .
I), i:. s.- Regular.
AU Tliltlm mcmuani of ten
Order ar rordUllr Invited to
attend meetings of local leagm
Meet on the
-'ml mill ltli
nl K. 1'. Hull
7:80 r. M.
tl.il Ions cor
ncMM.KV I.OWiL', 0. i,
h. of r.
ly All'fll every
'ft 'Ailm owning
&yi .if v i
&?' lien i.miii.
Metis every 2nd and 4lli Satur-
ng lit 7.:iU o'clock in
Hull, cor Kurt iiiiiI
(ordlully invited to attend
A F ODUT., C C.
F. V. KILHEY. K. H. S.
iio.Noi.ru; i.oniii:, ;iii, 11. r. t. i:.
Ilouoliilii Iidgn No Glfi
II 1'. O Hlks, meets In
their hall, on King St.
near Tort, ory FrMaj
evening. Vlsllng llroth
ers are cordially Invited
A i: MCltl'lIV. ): It
n jh'ssiici:. Sic
0.11111 i.oimji: mi. i, k. or r.
Meets every llrst and third Fri
day at 7.30 o'clock, lj-tlilaii
I Hall, corner lleretunla mid
Fort streets. Visiting hrnthers
cordially invited to attend.
s i)i:cii:it, o. o.
O. llKINH, K. ot 11. & S.
HAWAIIAN fltllli: M). 1, I. 0. II. JH.
Meets every first nnd third
Tuesday of eucli month In
Fraternity Hull, 1 O. O. F
building Vl-utlng brothers
cordially Invited to attend
IIKNRY A ASCII, Sachem
i.oris a. i'i:uiiY, c. of it
noMiM'i.ir ai:i!ii: no, p. . k.
M,eets on nccond nnd fourth
Wediipsday evening or cacn
month at 7:3u o'clock. In
Sun Antonio Hall. Vineyard
street, near Kinuia Visiting brothers
uro Invited to attend.
WM .IONKS, W. 1'.
J W ASl'll, Secy.
lio.Mun.r i.oniii: .o. boo,
i o. . M
will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Fort btreet, near King, ovcry Friday
evening at 7 .10 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially invited
A.MUHOSB J WI11TZ, Dictator.
K. A. JACOHSON, Secretary.
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CAPTAIN ECCLESTON 10 RESIGN
COMMAND OFPACIFIC MAIL NILE
Chief Officer Lapraik of Manchuria Slated as His Successor
Captain Peter Johnson Played April Fool Joke On Many
Honolulans Rithet to Proceed to Mahukona in Tow of
Lurline Rosecrans Refloated and Under Repair.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. COMPANY'S NEW STEAMER NILE
As cM'lusivel) aiinoiinced through
Hie columns of the II ill let In sev
I'rul weeks ago, Captain V. ('. I'. Kc
i lejilon master of the newly ncipilrcd
Paelllc Mail Intermediate steamer
Nile, Is to resign conimaml of that
vessel and leave the service wlththo
(omplellon of the trip to tho Orient.
It was dellnltely learned with the
arrival of thu Nile at Honolulu this
morning that Captain Heclestou will
re-enter the bervlco of tho ltonl Mall
StenniHhlp Company, where ho is now
ruled as a senior ollleer, mid It Is uu-
lerHtood that within ten eais the
llililsli skipper is entitled to letlro
tiieut Willi n sulislantial pciihIoii.
The announcement wns freely mado
.his morning by olllceis In the liner
Nile that G. S. I.nprnlk, a well-liked
. hlef ollker In tho Mnnehurla, was
elated for tomtuand of ihe Nile. I..i
uralk lias been mnl'.iiig tegular calls
ill Honolulu ill I'nclliu Mail steamers
for ninny years. Ilo possesses a wide
aciiiinintanco vvitli shipping interests
luroughout tho I'aclfle. He Is like
wise extremely, popular with the trav
Wateifronters greeted an old nc
iiinlntnu(c in 0. A. Cleghorn, wlin- Is
now Installed In the Nile as acting
freight clerk. Cleghorn him been
Identified wltli tho 1'ailllc Mail in
similar capacities on several trans
Owner of Barkentine Castle Expected
Captain von Dablren, master of tho
barkcntliio S. N. Castle, now remain
ing at the port In distress, expected
tho arrival of a member of tho firm of
Mooro A: Co., 'the owners of tho dam
aged vessel, by the steamer I.urllnu
this morning. Some weeks ago. Cap
tain vou Dclilrcu cabled his owners
regarding the condition of tho vessel.
survey of the vessel ordered by the
insurance compunles has been com
pleted and reported upon. It Is esti
mated that tho damago sustained by
tlio vessel going ashoro off Washing
ton Inland can be lepalred nt a coht
if about $2r00.
Mainland Mall Arrived In the Nile.
Twit hundred nud forty-two sacks of
later mainland mall nnd three days'
later San Francisco nowspaper llles
arrived in tho Pacific Mall steamer
Nile. The Nile left tho Coast port
souio hours following tho departuio
of tho I.uiilnc.
The Mntsoti steamer, on her way to
ea, iuii alongside tho liner Williel
mlna, where n sack of correspondence
was inadp icudy and forwarded to Ilo
nolulti. The Lurline and the Williel
mlna met nt Hie quarautlno nt San
,iii Hunt) i.m ''IS' 3iitV .umoi'IRt '!M o"("M
ojbo ii;aa cln opts ifiu sj )
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
oti An. poipucii
sj ojiiiiiunj jiioA" uoiv nq itiBCdB s pu s;ij.
E MOVED DY MOVERS
(Ja. H. Love)
Tho Nllo met vvitli lino weather on
her r,-day-21-lionr passngo down lTroin
Tho vessel brought four layover
passengers for Honolulu. Tho Nllo
was berthed at lllshop wharf, whero
Cn tons coal will bo placed aboard
before the steamer takes up her voy
age to Japan and Chlnn ports at 'J
o'clock tomorrow morning.
Purser John Bloomer linil under Ills
charge a rather small list of through
passengers, tho number Including :i
cabin, 7 second class and Sr. Asiatic
steerage. The Nile was fortunate In
drawing no stowaways on leaving tho
Fifty one of the Nile's Asiatic pas.
songers aro being sent back to tho
Oilcnt under orders of deportation.
The Nile's cargo Included lli"!l bales
of cotton, 2UIIU sacks of tanbnrk and
general inereliandlso for tho Orient.
Among the passengers on tho liner
aro IMwaid Mansfield Shlpp, surgeon
of tho United Slates Navy, who Is go
ing to tako charge of tho United
States Navy lloipllal nt Yokohama.
O. I,. Ashbaugb and .1. V. McQunld,
oil prospectors, aio passengers on tho
liner. They mo going to Sumatra to
prospect for liquid fuel. There are a
number of missionaries among the
Among the Manila passengers aro
.1. (i. lllschof nnd A. S. llhoades, wire
Mjuna Ken Carried Volcano
A goodly percentago of passengers
departing for Hawaii and the Volcano
In tho Manna Ke.i this morning wero
tourists bent on viewing tho lllg-lsl
and wonder at close lunge.
Tho Milium Kea got awny for Ililo
and wny ports shortly nfter 10 o'clock
amid tho melody from tho Territorial
band. Tho departure was an unlimited
one. Tho Manna Kea carried a num.
ber of plantation laborers us deck pas.
Mexican to Brlnn Tin Plate.
Hxtriisive shipments of tin pinto In
tended for local canning companies Is
due to arilvo at Honolulu In thu
Amurlcan-IInwallan freighter Mexl
can. The si earner Is expected hero
on or about Apill 20th. Tho Mexican
Is biliigiug down a consldernblo numi
tlt.v of New York cargo Hint has been
transhipped at thu Isthmus of Tehiian
Bark Rithet to Fumigate.
Tho Americuii bulk It. P. Itithet Is
to funilgalo today pi lor to being taken
in low by the Mat sou Navigation lin
er l.iilllno. Tho Itltliot will bo towed
to mi Island port to complete loadint,
sugar. Tho bark has been discharged
of a genet nl cm go of merchandise.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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a IV 3 41 oi
oil. mo 0.50 ;i(m
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SSs' XI i Ojol 401
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IjiM quarter of the inoun April 9.
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cnltle to Merrlinnts
Tuesday. April 9.
YOKOHAMA Arrived. Aurll 7, S.
S, Mnncliurla. hence March 27.
GRAYS 1IAH1IOII - Arrived, April ,
sehr. K. K. Wood, from llllo March
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, April 8
V. 8. 8. 8. Glnelcr. for Honolulu.
8. 3. IIYADHS Will arrlvo
Senttlo this evening. .
Mall for San Francisco closes $:'M
a. in. Wednesday.
Mall-for the Orient per 8. S. Nllo
closes S iu in. Wednesday.
CARD CAMPAIGN TO SETTLE
ON HAWAII EXHIBIT
(Continued from Paqe 1)
Tho (ommltlco took up wllli (lov-
ernor Froar the mutter of gelling $.r
000 from tho contingent fund. The)
Oovernor's letter In reply wns ready
today. He says that according to tho
Interest taken In the Hawaii exhibit
by the people will I lie size of the
appropriation probably lie. He says
Hint If an extra session f tho lgls
lnturo Is bold, the matter of an appro
pilatlon may lie brought up llieu. He
nlso snrs that the t."iiuo cannot be
spared from tho contingent fund.
Tito committee talked this over nnil
decided upon the postal card cam
paign to arouse Inteiest. Whether
Hawaii should have a building and ex
hibit costing $200.(100 or $2r.o,0oo or
whether It should bo much less ex
pensive will nlso bo tnken up. (icorgo
Holpli of J lie special site committee
writes frotn.San Francisco that ho has
been talking along the lines of a
building of some $200,000 or more, ono
worthy of tho Territory.
Those present today wero Chairman
P. A. Swift, W. II. Mclnorny, Secreta
ry R 1). Teliney, .1. M. Dovvsett, V.
Klnuip, J. T. Warren and Secretary
A. P. Taylor of the Hawaii Comiuls.
Operator Meer Had Trying
Purser II. II. Meyer, likewise Mar
coni wireless operator In tho .Mat sun
Navigation steamer Lurline, proved
the man of Hie hour on tho last vo
ago of the steamer to thn Coast. It
lell to Meyer to get Into touch with
the disabled Matson steamer Ilnter
prlso nnd by the. moro or less con
stant and careful uso of tho Mnirnul
Instruments, ho arranged all details
for tho pliklng up of tho F.ntorprlso,
then some IIOII miles off the port of
San Francisco, wallowing helplessly
In the trough of tho sea because of n
The big Amcrlcnti oll-tnnkcr W. !
Hen In, which hns lust been discharg
ed of forty-llvo thousand barrels of
fuel oil Into storngo tanks of tho Pa
cific Oil and Transportation Company,
mndo a line appearance, as sho sailed
majestically out of tho harbor early
this morning, tho tanker passing
through tho channel a few minutes
prior to tho entrance of tho Matson
Navigation stenmer Lurline,
Tho llerrlu brought down llvo largo
steel tanks to bo lilted to trucks nnd
operated along tho Oahn Itnllway lino
In tho transportation of fuel oil to
plantations down tho lino.
General Managor Arthur Davidson
of the Honolulu branch of the Asso
ciated Oil Company was u passenger
iu the Hen In for tho Coast.
Tho Mat son Navigation steamship
Luilluc will go some during her stuy
In Island wntors. Tho vessel Is ex
pected tu complete the discharging of
cargo by Thursday ovenlng nnd, Ink
ing Ihe bark lllthet In tow. Is to pro
teed to Mahukona. Tho Matson boat
will leave Mahukona tho following day
and slenm for Kuhiilui. From tho
Mnui port tho I.urllno goes to llllo
nud will leave the Rainy City In thuo
to arrive at Honolulu Monday morn
ing. The I.urllno Is to bo despatched
lor San Francisco on Tuesday oven
lng, taking a fair list of pushougois
mid a full cargo of sugar.
Per P. M. S. S. Nile, fiom San Frail
(isco, April ',).-- For Honolulu: A. II.
Smith, M:s. A. II. Smith, Toug Levvn
Tong Tin Yen, For Yokohama: Miss
G. llnldwln, I,. N. David, It. II.
Geoige. Mis. U. II. Geoigo, Moto Ha
segaw, .1. F. Helm, Dr. Antonio In
gegiioli, Ilr. 13. M. Shlpp. For Kobe-
John N. Gundy, Miss Annie vou dor
Dellen. II. I). McCnlllo. For Sluing
hnl Miss K. It. Drown, Fred. Kost
meler. II. Sehleo. Mrs. II. Schleo,
Master iti.iiald Schleo,, Miss Lillian
Hchlee, Miss M. K. Whitney. For
Hongkong O. I,. Ashbaugh, J. (
llisihol, Mis. Auiito llrui.e, Master
James Itruce, Miss llael llruco. Miss
Guiinlo llruco, T. 10. Cromblo, Miss
May Fnmote, 11. L. Fiowenfeld, J. F
Mc()unld, It. II. Noss, II. Sw Instead,
Mis. II. Swlnstcad, Alexander Willoiu
sou. II u I Iu (I n Want Ads nlll Hud IL '
SAN FRANCISCO. Cnl . March 3
The usual and vvell-ordored customs
rcgiitnllous which have continued nt
this port since tho Installation of a
collector of port, was set nt nauglii
yesterday when the liner .Mongolia ar
rived from the Orient with several
well-known soclity people.
Ignoring tho usual procedure, which
teipilrcs the customs nlllcers In charge
of tho chief boardlnif ollleer be the
llrst to board tho vessel nfter the work
of the iUarnntlne doctors Is complete,
the tug Arabs went alongside nnd a
number of the friends of the wealthy
pnssengeis hastened up tho gangway
The passengers that arrived on tho
Mongolia and for whoso snke tho cits
turn of a bnlf-tentiiry was set nt
naught, wero: Mrs. It. P. Sehworln,
wlfo of thn lco president of the Pa
clflc Mall Company; Mr anil Mrs. Cllf
fold Wooilhouso. the son-in-law and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Kriittschnltt; Miss Margaret flutters,
Mrs. Victor Mctcalf, Jr., and Mr and
Mrs. I,. I,. Gray of local society clr
cles, nud .Judge nnd Mrs. M. O. Sloss
nnd family. Thn Woodhouses are on
their bridal tour, having been married
a few months ago nt New Orleans.
The landing of the friends of the
passengers occurred through somn
sort of n nilHiinderstnndlng, 1t Is said
Permission had been granted for tho
party to board tho steamer In tho
stream, hut nothing had been said
about walling until tho customs men
wero on board.
The customs tug Golden Gate
steamed fiom .Melggs wharf as soon
as tho four whistles announcing the
clearing of tho ship had been sound
(d. When she rounded the stern of
the big liner, the Arabs was alread
alongside and tho visitors climbing
the gnngwny. Captain Sehullx gnro
three whistles for tho lug to gel avuiy
but no intention wns paid.
Tim customs men were unite Indli:
limit. If tho practice becomes regu
lar, they said, the Incident will be
come a bad precedent, nnd will lenvc
a loophole which may bo enlnrgeil by
n chain of clrcinnstnnces In the fu
ture. On account of n delay In ob
taining tho declarations of tho passen
gers, luncheon was served on board
nnd for about two hours fully ouo-hnll
of the tables In the dining saloon wero
surrounded by the elect of tho smart
society of San Francisco nnd tho bay
SAN l'TtANCISCO. Cul.. Apr 1 -The
llrst Chinese linsebiill team to
vllxt Hie fulled States met ill fe.il this
iifteriuuin at the hands of Ihe Univer
sity of Ciilifnriilu by n score of 4 to ;!
The CelesllulH ilisplioril nil listiinlll
hU Know ledge nf the kiiiih- nnd made
things lint fur the iinlvcrslt players
on several iieenstoiis.
Not only did tlii- visitors dlsplav
good training, but, In addition the
milliner In which tliey "barbarized" the
king's Ihmlish In the inoxt npproved
luiKeball fashion shows that the great
giilne has taken a firm hold. "On
your toes, hoyH," "peaches and cream."
"good-night" and numerous other kln
ilrnl phr.ihes were freoueiitlv ln-ed, to
the gnat delight of the fans
The (iilnexe, unlike the Japanese
ho visited this country last ear. are
vi ry nulck to assert their rights, and
Kevirul times It looked us though big
Joe Nealon would be compelled tn ie.
verse bis decisions
The game Itself was not a reainrk
nble one Apau, who occupied tie
mound for the Chinese, pitched gi nil
bull, nud bud he ricelvid good support
the result might liuve been dllYeicnt
Chapman and Conklln, Hie blue nnd
gold sluhxtirx, did not extend tin ni
The ChlncKo weie the llrst to enter
Hie si'iirn column In the seiuiul lu
lling L Tin, the 10-Kicmid vprtnti-r,
beat out nn Inflild groundir, leueheil
seconil on a bud throw to llrst nud
scored ii few nioinenth inter on a wild
Th" varsity evened matters up In
tlie (lilt .1. whin Guy was hit b n pitch,
ed ball and scored on ltubke's tvvo
liagger. The visitors again went Into the bunt
In tlie fourth, whin Ap.iu singled. Klulo
second unil HCnnil on n passed bull
In the lirtli frame the blue nnd gold
piujers put ivvn men acroks tlie pun,
I'hupui.iu mid Gay sua lug, mid In tho
seventh Increased their lead, when
Stniur scoiid on Conklln's two-hag.
In the ninth the Chinese mnde nvuln
effnit tn even mutters up. but. nfter
Sing Hung ciosseil the pinto, the var
sity tightened up and retired tlie side
Chinese Ap.iu, p; Kan Yen. c; A
Allium, lb: Ping, 2h; L. Tin. ah; Aynu,
ss: I, Alcana, If; Asum, cf; Jllng
1 1 ling, rf.
Varsity ('liapinan, Coiikllu. p: S.ind
in.lli, Stoner, e; linlileii, lb; nooduinii,
2b: Allen, :ib; Itill.ke. hs; Cnu lie. If;
Guy, cf; Hnys, rf.
ituns (i i n i n n n i- :i
lluse llllH : i i i 1-1
Ituns o o 1 ii o i n - l
iiiise bits l o l i 3 i -j n -
lilts off (iiupiiiiiu 1. 2 runs Iu six
Innings; off Cnnklln 4. 1 run III three
Innings Hiiuih-Chinese D, Vuislty 5.
Ulllphe Joe Neulon.
Otliern mil) ilrculiile papers hut the
I! ii 1 1 ell n Is iiiliiillleil to hue the
largest rtrciilnltoii, ,
Make another room of your porch. You need
VUDOR PORCH SHADES
Wine and Liquor Merchants,
Merchant near Fort Street
Duff Gordon & Co., Port St. Mary'a
Cockburn Smithiof, Oporto
"Dog's Head" brand, Kentish Town
The Old Bushmills Distillery, Ireland
Heidselck &. Co., Reims ...
G. H. Mumm &. Co., Reims
Louis Roderer, Reims
Mane Brizard and Roger, Bordeaux
Otard, Dupuy & Co., Cognac
D. & J. McCallum, Edinburgh
Usher &. Co., Edinburgh
Buchanan &. Co., Glasgow -
James Alnslie &. Co., Leith
E. & J. Burke, Ltd., Dublin .... IRISH WHISKEY
Hiram Walker & Sons, Walkerville CANADIAN CLUB
OLD TAYLOR, In Bond GUCKENHEIMER
OXFORD CLUB DRY GIN
MONT ROUGE CALIFORNIA WINE8
Guaranteed by W. C. Peacock &. Cn.l.til, limb r the Porn
I Food nnd Drugs Act, Juno III),
ihe Secutary of Agriculture
"Oppnitunltj Once IVnicii Ni-vcr ( nines Again"
Your Opportunity to purchase merchandise at ridiculously low fig
ures is olfeicd now at our
For two weeks we are disposing of standard quality ttock at ex
tremely low prices in order to got loady money which, frankly, we aro
very much In need of to meet our obligations. Prices can't bo quoted
here for everything, but hero is a fair 6ample of the bargains tho storo
$3.50 and $4 Shoes now $2.50
YEE CHAN & CO.,
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STREETS
In act the iiint of your porch, to make
It n place where nii enn lewl or work
mi Hip hnttoxt ilavs - outdoors, yi t freo
from the glare nnd lynt nf the sun.
You cnu do thl with Vililor Shades;
you inn 'idd another room tn the house
Hint will be cool and 'Jiinl.v, where
vou can enjoy every refreshing bieezu
In secluded lomfort. I
are Just the thing for
nun lies They romo 111 the
sizes ind prices:
4 Ft 6 Ft. .
$3.D0 . . $4.50 .
. 8 Ft. .. 10 Ft.
. IG.&0 .. $3.00
or we cut tlieni to tit mv ileiiieil
ALE AND STOUT
- .IRISH WHISKEY
MONOPOLE RED TOP
MUMM'S EXTRA DRY
GRAND VIN. SEC.
BLACK AND WHITE
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