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EVENING BULLETIN, .HONOLULU, T.SH. WEDNE8DAY,APR. 24, 1912,
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TUE8DAY: Third Degree.
Hawaiian First llcarre.
Oceanic -Third I-pr-r.
AH tuition members ol tke
Order r cordlilly Invited to
attend meetlnrs ol local ladf ea
.Micl on tlic
'Jnd mid 4tli
T:S0 1'. JI.
.llrhlM.i:! 1,01101.', M). 8,
h. of 1.
Meets every '.'ndTind 4th Satur
du i vcnliii; at 7.30 o'clock In
I K of I'. Hall, cor. l'ort and
llereiania Visiting brothers
curulall iiimI-'U to titteud.
A V (WllTZ, C. C.
r. F. KILHCY, ic n. s.
honoui.ij i.oiMJi:, cio, ii. r. o. k,
Uouolultt Lodgo No. CIO,
II. 1. O. F.lks, meets In
their hall, on King St.,
near Fort, every Friday
evening. Visiting Broth
ers are cordially Invited
a k murphy, n. n.
II DUNHHF.K. Sec.
OAIIL' I.0IH5K XO. 1, K. otV.
Meets every llrst and tlilrd Frl-
JA day at 7.30 o'clock, Vythlan
1 Hall, corner Ilerctnnla and
Fort streets. Visiting brothers
cordially invited to aatend.
S DECKF.It. C. C.
O HEINi:, K. ot R. & 3.
HAWAIIAN Tltlltn '(. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Meets every first and third
Tuesdiy of each month In
Fraternity Hall, I 0. 0. F
building. Vl'ialiiff brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
IIKNIIY A ASCII, Sachem.
LOUIS A. 1'KltltY, C. of R
jioxolum; ai:iiik no, v. o. k.
Meets on second and fourth
.Wednesday evening of each
month nt 7:S0 o'clock, In
K. of I' Hull, corner Fort
and neretnnta Visiting brotherH nru
Invited to attend.
VM. .10NF.S, W. I'.
J. W. ASCII, 'Secy.
iiiiNoi.ri.r i.oixii: no. soo,
l. t). o. M
will meet III Odd Fellows' building,
Fort btreet, ne-ir King every Friday
evening at 7 !! o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially. Invited
AMHUOHi: J WIUTZ, Dictator.
K. A. JACOISSON. Secretary.
Importer Fort St
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SAILOR WIELDS KNIFE WITH
SERIOUS EFFECT AND ESCAPES
A Japaneso fireman. In desperate
straits, now a fugltlvo with a price of
live hundred gold dollars hanging ov
er hla head, was left behind with the
departure nf the freighter Shlntsu Ma
rti tor rcuroka, Cab, yesterday.
On board that vessel and believed
to bo In n critical condition In tho Jap-
unehO purser, who Is alleged to bo tho
victim of a snvago attack mado upon
lilm by the enraged fireman,
11 Nnknno. who officiates ns purser
and supercargo In tho Shlntsu Mam
whlrli recently was discharged uf a
shipment of Australian coal nt this
port, experienced much difficulty In re
taining certain rebellious members of
the crew In tho service of the steamer.
Open vows were made during tho
ten-dny stay of tho Bteamer at Hono
lulu that several ringleaders Intended
Tho troublo culminated In a gener
al freo-forall light on board lust Mon
day. In the melee ono or moro knives
In the hands of the riotous sailor ami
lliomen were unsheathed and wielded
with disastrous effect.
Honolulu harbor officers were called
to the scene and several other port
official were on the qui vivo pending
the departure of the Japanese freight
er, fearing further serloim trouble.
Nnknno, who received several knife
wounds, was given prompt medical at
tention by tho order of Captain Iwn-
The stabbing affray created much
excitement along the wnterfront yes
terday when It was learned that tho
person who Inflicted tho cuts had es
caped from his captors and, gaining
his liberty, still remained at largo at
the time of departure of tho Shlntsii
for the California coast.
Attempts made to stop the Japanese
In his spectacular flight from the
steamer proved futile.
The harbor police profess to have a
good description or the mnn anu pre
diet his capture soon.
Brides and Thespians.
Tho gallant lloiiolulan, tho big
elentnshlp In the Matson service which
has been Justly famed as a favorite
'.villi brides, both real and In prospect'
he. also gay and blithesome thesplans.
lived up to its past reputation on tho
trip down from San Francisco,
The lloiiolulan, under tho command
or captain rreu. ueuueii, steameu in
to the harbor and to her berth at tho
Walklki sido of Hackfeld wharf at nil
early hour this morning.
Purser I. II. Levey reported a fino
trip with a little rough wenther on
leaving San Francisco.
Chief Steward Farrell, better known
as "Impressarlo Joo," tho amusement
provider of tho Pacific, had all ho
could do attending to the numerous
wants of a lively bunch ot theatrical
people who are to tako up "work" In
several of the local playhouses.
The lloiiolulan arrived with tho
brldo of a well-known local uavalman
mid ho awaited the berthing of the
Bteamer with breathless expectancy
Thirty-two cabin passengers left tho
ossol at this port. Seveir of these
will continue, on a voyage to Austra
Han porta In the llilllsli steamship
Zcalandln, to sail for tho Antipodes
along about midnight.
Other pnBsengers Included forty
(hi eo youthful and frisky mules and
ono blooded horse, fho stock Blood
the trip in goon snapo, so say mo or
The cargo Includes a general run ot
feed, flour, anil fuinge. There are
MO tons on board and ot this amount
122 tons will be discharged at Kahu
Tho lloiiolulan brought no mall, a
cleanup having been effected with tho
departure of tho Nippon Maru
CiibIoiiib, harbor and wharf pfilclals
who have to do with tho Alakea
wharf nro much wroth at what Is
termed a fnlse and malicious charge
preferred through a prejudiced or lg'
imiaiit critic, which appears In tho
columns of n morning paper to the cf
fed that continued violation of the an
tl-smoklng regulations prevails there,
What has brought about a storm ot
protest from uistomamen and others
is the allegations, mado with reckless
abandon. Hint stevedores have boon In
the habit of redlining luxuriously on
pllea of baled liny whllo giving thorn
selves over to tho dellghtB of tho se
ductive clgnictte. Shades of u Mars
llin Campbell wero this true
Them uro several officers who have
almost dally business, nt the wharf and
with shipping there who stand ready
to go on record with a "show-mo uem
onstrntlon that tho allegations appear
lug In tho morning sheet emanate from
ono actuated by a spirit of spiteful'
Tho members of the Harbor Com-
mission may take up the charges nt a
(Jai. H; Love)
Ono hundred and seventy passoiv
gcrs for tho cabin have booked at tho
agency of C. Drawer & Co., for trans
portation In tha Oceanic liner Sierra
on tho next voyage to San Francisco.
When the Sierra casts off her lines
at 10 o'clock next Wednesday morn'
Ine that vessel will presumably depart
Jot the Coast with at least two nun
Jrud cabin passengers,
A number of Spanish nnd 'orlu
gueso stcerngo passengers aro expect'
cd to be booked by tho lime tho date
of departure rolls around
A late wireless received from tho
Sierra gavo tho vessel's position as
1230 miles off port.
I l'ASSE.N(li:HS AltHIVKI)
Per Btmr. Claudlne, Nelson, from III
lo nnd wny ports. Anrll 24, W. O.
Lowther, 11. Cope, J. U. Tucker, Yong
Kl San, K. S. Guerrero, L. M. Daldwln,
T. Phillips, J. M. Macheco, Mrs. Illack
bum and child, Miss II. Kzern, Juo.
Super. S. O. Wilder. 0. P. Wilder.
A. J. Scott, M. 11. Welck, Ceo. F. SeolC
and wife. Prof, dimming. T. 11. Lyons,
wlfq and two children; J. It. Herg
stiom, i:. It. HcvliiB, J. Ciillen, Mrs.
D. II M unlock. Then. Ilaumnnn, Mrs.
A. Kekuewn, Mrs, Phillip Hlce, Mrs.
W. O Ulce.
Per Btmr. W. (I. Hall, from Kaual
ports, April 24. Mr. Hare, U. D. Uald
win and wife, 11. Ono, wlfo and Infant;
Itov. 8. F. Scudder and wife, P. L.
Itlce, A, Nellsou, M. A, Mlkeoho and
Per M. N. S, S. lloiiolulan, from San
Francisco, April 24. L. II, Anderson,
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. L. Andrews, Wal
ter Uelllvenu, A. Ilerwanger. Hnrry
llranden, Mr, and Mrs. C. W. llreoli.
K. llutterfleld, Fred Cnrr, Mr. and Mrs.
Ccclle, Miss Ida Crawford. Mr. and
Mrs. It. L. Darling. Mr. and Jdrs. O. W,
Kngland, Miss F. Ferguson, II. A. FIs
cus. It, L. Hughes, F. I). Jones, F, V.
Krleger, C. II. Leiigel, Mr. nnd Mrs. I).
Lindsay. A. L. Ixiulsson, Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. Luukenheimer, IC. V. KIchnrdsou,
W. W. Savercool, W. C. Schwab, Mr,
and Mrs. Temple Hourke, Miss F. Wal
lace, F. W. Wlckman.
Per C.-A. S. S. Marama, from Aus
tralian portB, April 24. For Honolulu:
Dr. nnd Mrs. Whitney, Mr, Hoogs, J.
F. Williams, VA. 1). Collins, Mr. llak
ley, Mr. llryan, Mr. Mlllhauser, Miss
Kc. Comwell, I. Hunter, Mr. Ixiftus,
Mr. and Mrs. Capper, K. Harris, M.
Leacli. P. Duffy, 8. Sevlne, It. Sim
H10I13, Mr. and Mrs. Crothor, Mr. Fou
tana. M. Thomas.
WHO'S WHO ON THE MARAMA.
Among tho passengers passing
through on tho Canadian-Australian
steamer Marama, which arrived horo
this morning from Sydney and Now
Zealand, Is Ulshop Churchill Julius of
Chrlstchurch, Now Zealand, He Is on
Ids way to London.
Karl and Lady Morton, accompanied
by their three sons, uro also on their
way to London, and have Just been
through Australia and Now Zealand
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Guthrie, South
Africans, aro on their way to Loudon
after visiting Mr. Guthrie's brother, a
.well-known Government engineer In
W. 0. Oelko, with his wlfo and fam
ily, are nlf for t holiday trip. Oelko
Is assistant engineer to the Sydney
Metropolitan Water and Sewerago
A. lluchanan and family aro also
bound for London, whero tho two clill
dreu ate lo bo sent to school. Ilu
chnnnii Is a well-known Auckland at
It, W, Ilennett, a well-known soclnl
light In Sydney, Is on his way around
the world and will Btay lu London for
e 1 1 e i
LORD-YOUNG LOW BIDDER.
Lord-Young F.nglueerlng Company
was by far tho loweRt blddor today on
tho Queen street wharf-paving, piles,
etc., bids for which wore opened be
fore tho Harbor Commission, Tho ex
act figures require some time to bo
worked out, Tho low bidder did not
ppeclfy any tlmu limit, nnd tho attor
ney (leneiul- has been asked wholher
under Bilch conditions tho award can
bo mado. ,
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Notleo waa foinmlly given by the
stock exchange this morning that llu
wall.in Commercial & Sugar Co. lias
ordered S7,rf7,'MC of tho surplus to
be applied to making tho capital stock
of $10,000,000 fully paid up. The di
rectors and stockholders held meetings
on April 10 In San Francisco and set
tled tho matter At that timet the
iiewa was published here of the action
contemplated, and had been rumured
for some time before.
Sailing from Port (lamblo yesterday
tho American schooner Robert Low
ers, with a curgo of lumber,
route to Honolulu,
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First quaMr if the moon April !3.
VESSELS TO AND
(R0M JHE ISLANDS
(Special Cable lo MrrclinntV
Wednesday, April 24.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed. Apr. 24,
1:20 p. m., S. S. Tenyo Maru, for
Arrived, April 2-t, 1 p. m., S. S.
Lurllne, henco April 10.
Arrived, April 24, 1 20 p. m S. S.
Persln. hence Anrll 17.
SAL1NA CIIU7. Arrived, April 23,
S. S. Virginian, from Hllo, April 9.
POUT QAMI1LK Sailed, April 23,
schr, Ilobcrt Lowers, for Honolulu,
II1LO Arrived, April 20, schr. Rob
ert Searles, from Kverett
MANILA Sailed, April 10, U. S. A,
T. Thomas, for Honolulu vln NngB'
S. S. ZRALAND1A Will dock at Al
akea wharf from Victoria, 8 p. m.,
todav, and sail for Auckland tumor
Mayor Fern vvus hnppy this morn
ing liecnupt) the Supreme Court, In
riillngtigalust tho'Oalm loan fund com.
mission on the lleela bench belt road
contract, Miod scored the commission
for Its secrecy In meetings.
"Time after time 1 was the only
member of the body who iiHked for
open meetings, and I always protested
against the closed doors," said tho
inayor, "hut I was always overruled.
Now the Supreme Court bases part of
Its-reasons for ruling against thecom
mission on the, fact that the conti tid
ing bidder was not glvon n square deal
because of tho way the meetings wero
JUMPS THE JOB
Antonio 1'errl, strong man nnd "van
dHvlllaln," Ib a good doal stronger for
tho mainland than ho is for Hawaii
Thnt Is why thero was a terrific hur
rying and scurrying this morning, for
tho man who has thrilled audiences at
a local theater with his feats of
strength was making a quick getaway
on the WUhclmlnn nnd didn't have
any time to lose.
Slgnor Porrl, It will bo remembered,
broke. Into public notice only n fow
days ago when word was received here
from San Francisco that bo was to be
arrested on arrival.
Hence the sleuths nnd strong-arms
of the local pollco department wero
down at tho steamor (o meet him when
he came In. Thero was nothing doing,
and the story was given out that mat
ters had been compromised somehow.
It was as mysterious as a political cau
cus. A little later, theatrical circles heard
that Porrl had fallen out with his wife
before leaving for Hawaii'. Tho wlfo,
It was reported, a former member ol
tho Porrl company, found that the
strop g man had started across tha
ocean to Honolulu with a trunk alio
thought belonged to her. San Francis
co police to tho rescue!
Hence tho cabled iiowr that Porrl
was to be arrested on arrival here.
Well, after spending' only a fow days
exhibiting his bleeps here, Perrl began
to yearn for home,, . Ho got bo homo
sick that ho suddenly decided' that he
would take himself ahd thu trouble-
Homo trunk aboard tho steamer and
hie him homeward.
Tableau Strong man catching tho
Ytilhelmlua on short notice.
Itiwas reported today -on good au
thority that "Halehvo" Is to bptho
nami ofr one br- the Pullman pflvalo
cars, us a result of tho visit to the
Islands o Mrs deorgo M. J'ullmnn,
wliii" camii as n tourist u week ngo.
Mrs Pullman Is said to be nn the
lookout for pretty and appropriate
Humes for the special ears made by
tho great i-ompuuy, and to have picked
Halelwa for ono, of Ilium, Other JIa;
vviillan'nanies itiV'also expected to fig
ure on future card.
Tho Cauadlau-Auslrnllnii liner Zea
laudla, from Vancouver nnd Victoria,
Is expected 'to arrive at port on or
about 8 o'clock this evening. This vos-
set will bo despatched for Australian
lions m jiuimiKUl. ucroiuiiiK tu iiiua
ont "calculations' of T, II. Davles &
Co., thu local acentB.
Thrpp notnlilpv nt tlm xtuirllnir world
arc, passengers on tho Mnrninn tills
triji. sill bound for fame along llic-ir
iun particular lines. )
Tliey. uro "Cyclone Johnny" Thump I
Hi, the well-known fighter; Ceorgo.
upvvooil, n famous AuMrnllan oars-
man, nnd Iver Lnvvson, the crack six
day" bike rider.
"Cyclone Johnny" Thompson Is re
'turning' from a moderately succe-nful
Invasion of the Antipodes. He had
four fights In Knngnrooland, two of
them hard 20-round iinnlrs with Jack
Lc-tejy ono of which ho won on p6lnts.
"Lnnsjford, JlcVny nntl.tlic other big
follows a;c tnkfng up nil the attention
down In Australia now," said Thomp
son. "I'mVyoIng back home to claim
the middleweight championship. I fig
ure thnt I'm he legitimate title-holder
Ocorge t'pwsjod Is clerk to the Aus
tralian Semite fq business hours. Out
of office, howcve Jin Is a Crack row
ing man, being ot of tho country's
experts on the scientific side of tho
sport. HeMs on his y to the Olym
Some fnst work Is being dono today
In the removal of general cargo froirf
the steamship lloiiolulan.
Tlio report Is current thnt the Frank"
Waterhouse Compnny will not aban
don tho Oriental steamship nervlco out
Tho British steamship Harpallou Is
oxpected to sail for Newcastle, N. 8.
W today. The vessel will proceed lo
Australia for orders.
The Matson Navigation steamer Lur
llne Is oxpected to tow the burge, for
merly the II. S. 8. Ileniilngton, from
San Francisco to Honolulu.
Tho crowd nt Hackfeld wharf this
morning lo witness the departure of
tho Wllhelmliia for the Const was ono
of tlio largest gathered thero In many
With twelve thousand tons sugar
gathered at Island ports, tho Ameri
can-Hawaiian freighter Virginian Is re
ported to have arrived at Sallna Cruz
.lananesa and Chinese to the num
ber ot seventy departed for tho Orient
josterday afternoon ns steerage pas
Hengers In the Toyo Klsen Kalshn lin
er Nippon Maru.
With a few lay-over passengers nnd
a mall destined lor Honolulu, the
Japanese liner Tenyo Mifru 'Is '.ropoil
rd to hao sailed front San Francisco
ut l'SO this nftoruoou.
Coast udvices aro to the effect that
Chief Knglneer flarkcr, formerly lu
tho WUhclmlnn, Is now superintending
the construction of engines 1 for n
steamor soon to enter thu Paclflo
According to ndvlces received at tho
office of tho local quartermaster, thu
United States Army transport Thorn
uh sailed from Manila for Nagasaki,
Japan; Honolulu and San Francisco on
The spectacular but unsuccessful
getaway of n Japaneso prisoner nt
Alakea wharf yesterday afternoon
proved tho biggest sensation pulled
off In the great structure since tho
last F.lkH carnival of two years ago.
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to tho tivva Hide and then tpvvard tho
Hero tho Japaneso was Biiatched
from the water by officers. Tho fel
low put up a brnvo struggle for lib
erty, but after much effort ho was ov
erpowered and literally dragged on
board the steamer, whero Commodore
Fllmer Issued Instructions for keeping
tho Japaneso under an extra guard.
Thoso who wero close obsorvers of
tho dramatic escape from confinement
declare that the prisoner was firmly
shackled as ho ran along tho deck ot
tho Nippon Maru. Ho Is credited with
having parted tho chains whllo lu tlii
act of leaping from tho Bteamer Into
tlu water and In 'doing so gdva'un ex
hibition to hundreds ot spectntorsthat
rivalled thto wonderful feats perform
ed some weeks ngo by a magician at
oun of thu local theaters.
The Jupancsu Is being returned to
tho Orient having been declnred nil
undesirable, and wan therofnro under
It was only through the, united as.
slstance pf several Intrepid ciistuuts
Insjiectors stationed nt Alakea wharf
that tho prisoner was recaptured and
leturnod to thu ship,
BISHOP STREET CLAIMS
(Continued from Page 1)
$K23 damage occasioned through mov
Nettlq P. Iishor claims for tho
lensn of tho Waller promises Jli'iOO,
Mar); II. Wnller makes an cmphatlr
protest ugalllBt cIohIiu; of Union stieet.
mio claims j-iiu.ii us uamage.
As stated lu tlio II ill lot In some
tlmn ngd, thero Is moro than likely to
bo strong opposition to closing Union
BtrecL evon from tho property-owners
wlur advocated It last year, jint who,
becauso of tho delay, havo had to go
ahead vvth their building plans ami
cannot cnungo again now.
Mrs. Itay H. Leacli of Alowa Helglita
learned from tho mail yesterday that
hor slslor, Mrs. Sylvia "C(ildwoll, and
A. F. Caldwell1 ami sou, husband mid
oi uiner uru umuug ine i inline survi
ODDS AND ElS
AT THE PORT
Of the large percentage of officers
and men belonging lo tho' White Star
liner Titanic who aro now believed to
linvn been lost with the sinking of the
uliln. In more tlmn one Instatico had
close relationship With tho officers nnd,
members of tho crew in mo uanamniv
Australian' liner Marama, an arrival In
"The ;flrst news, received through
our wifeless, concerning tno uisasier
to tho White Star liner Titanic produc
ed a shock from which wo wero very
slow to recover," declared Captain II.
A. Morrisby or tho Mnrama on nrrivni
frorri Australian nnd New Zealand
ports this morning.
"It was Blmply dreadful. There nro
n number of officers nnd men nboaru
this vessel who arc Intimately ac
quainted with thoso supposed to hnvo
shlppod on tho maiden voyage ol mo
From What could bo gained this
morning It Is believed thnt thero aro
several Instnnces of men In tho Ma
rama who nro directly, related to men
occupying similar positions with tho
Whlto Star Company.
Tho first flash oT tho dread Intelli
gence concerning the horrible fato of
tho Titanic and her thousand orimoro
passengers and (jrew was received on
bonrd thu vessel whllo steaming about
one thousand miles distant from Ho
' nolulu! Tho aerogram was sent from
iKnhuku stations and gavu consider
able detail, learned hero through tho
receipt oi newspaper cuuies.
Thu news upon circulation about tlio
snip produced a gloom tuai was turn
cult to dispell.
I Klghtecn first-, three second-, nnd
Vino third-class passengers arrived In
the Marama for Honolulu. Tho liner
railed from Sydney on April $t!i, call
ed at Auckland on April 13th and Su
va on April lGth.
The Mnrama orrlved hero this mom
llig filled to capacity with passengers
In tho several classes. Through pas
sengers numbered 145 cabin, 114 second-class
and 73 third.
One hundred nnd sixty tons freight,
Including shipments of fertilizer ma-
terliil, butter, liquors and refrigerated
provisions, wero dlschnrged hero dur
ing tio brief stay of the vessel ut thin
Tl:e Marama sailed from Auckland
ono tin late, which In the opinion of
Jier ii Ulcers, explains tha delay lu tho
mrivui of tho vessel nt Honolulu.
A ri'mnll mall fiom tho Antipodes
was rtjcelvcd at tho postolllcft.
A pltVnsltig program of sports, games
nnd otlV'r entertainments wnw'pulled
olT on t,ho voyage.
Thu Mnram Is scheduled to sail for
Vancouve-'r nnd Victoria nt 3 o'clock
this afternoon, taking but a fuw pas-1
sengern oivlug to her limited accom
RUMOR WAS "TOMMY"
DUNN A BENEDICT
That "Tommy" Dunn, paymaster's
clerk nt tl-o Honolulu naval station,
Is soon (ob-ecoiiio a benedict, the lady
III tho case, being u very recent arriv
al from the Coast, was thu rumor go
ing tho rounds this morning. Mr,
Dunn himself could not bo located by
tho Hit lie tin to confirm or deny
this report'whlch, liowovor, bears thu
stamp of authenticity.
Mr. Dunn Ms been stationed nt Ho
nolulu for several years, and Is popu
lar as nil all-found good fellow. If ho
contemplates! matrimony thero nro
many hero Wiho will bu Interested In
tho fact. I;
MR. STQBIE SEES HIL0.
"I mndo a t'rlp to tho old town tho
othor day," salyl Mr. Stoblu of tho First
National llankl speaking of his recent
trip to Hllo, 'fnnd I wnnt to toll you
that they liuvW moro first-class con
croto aldowalkj lu proportion to tho
slzo of tho towln than wo can bonat of
In this city, Hllo Is growing nil right
nnd Is a live llttlo town."
SITUAT ION WANTED.
Hy u native uflPoland, work as yarn
man and gardener Address "Bienis
Mobendn," Uu'lletln office.
During my u'ence from tho Ter
ritory. Mr Ch lines 1'.. omxirno win
curry on my inlidirlaklng business ns
The embnlmltVg branch will be In
charge of two .I'xpi rlenccd nsslstaptH
whoso whipping' ynsos havo always
given perfeit siit.lsfiictlon, us scores of
letters on file tc flf I'
ll 1 II. WILLIAMS.
Honolulu, Aprllt 24. 1512.
HUHHI8TKNCM STORKS, for Marino
Corps, tJu.irterm.ilster'H Department,
Washington. I). ', April 24, 1U1S
HtlAf.KD PROPOSALS, III duplicate,
will be received b the Post Quurter
master. Marine ltnlrrncks, Naval Sta
tion, (Honolulu, T 1 1 T . until eleven
4ii., May 25, iai: ni.
id then bo publicly
opened, for' furiu
tores during the
lilm; July 1, I'll".
Proposal blanks nm
fiscal year begln-
it Honolulu, T If.
I other Information
may be obtained i
poii application to
tho Post Qu.utermiistir. Murlno liar-
rncks Honolulu (i'hls odlco reserves
the rlht to rejeit) any or all bids or
partH thtreof, and to waive Informal
Itles thiielu Did' from regular deal
ers only will be cjitisldered C. L. Me-CAW'-F.Y,
I.t oil . Asst. Quarternias
tir, In charao oi Department.
K220 vpr 24, May 1
DuHy's Pure Malt Whiskey
Is Iho greatest
SillKMITII lUll.lint nnd
known to medicine
It attacks the seat
of tho disease,
drives out tne
germs nnd re
builds the tissue
In a heulthy, nnl
In HfiALKI) HOT-
Hie IhiiTj .Walt Mlilslcj
ltochelcr, . 1, n. n. -v.
An army retiring board has been
appointed for the Department of Ha
waii, Colonel Wilbur i: winter m no
the presiding officer. Tho board will
sit dt Hchuileld Harraeks from time to
time, nnd the first case to be considered
Is thnt of Captain Fred W. Hershler,
Fifth Cavalry, who will be exammeu
for retirement. Captain Hershler has
been on skk lenvc for about n month,
nnd It Is posslblo that the board will
find him physically unfit for nciivc
Thu detail ot the bo-ird consMs of
Colonel Wilbur 15 Wilder. Fifth Cav
alry; Colonel J. D. Itumbough, First
Field Artllltry; Lieutenant Colonel
Wlllsou Y. Htnmpler, Second Infan
try. Major J. M! Kennedy, medical
torps, First Lieutenant 1. II Mi A fee.
inedleiil corps; First Lieutenant 1) II.
tin-gory. Fifth Cavalry, ret older
War Department orders announcs
the letlreuient of First Lieutenant
Wnltir O Ilnvvinnii, Twentieth Infnn
trv well known here, for physical dls
nblllty. It was lu being exunilned for
promotion In captain that the olllcir
fnllul to pass physically, so he Is re
tired as a captain, ditliig from March
Pending nn npproprlatlnn of the
$;r,(J,liO( necessary for the construction
of n general hospital for the Depart
ment or, Uliwall nt ilort,,liiirter. In
iiccordauee with the recommendation
of Colonel Kbert, chief medical officer
of the Western Division, some tempo
rary additions lire to be made to tlm
pn-rent hospital at that post. Owing
to the fact tuht the Foit Shafler hos
pital Is designated as n base for Forts
linger and Dp Hussy ns well, It Is tax
ed to full capacity, and when the First
Infantry swells the, list or troops on
Oaliii. tlm iii,b-i,bli nverngv lioiplTil
list of that regiment could not be ac
t'ouimoil.iti il It has therefore been de
cided tu build a new ward, containing
twentv-elKht 4,-ils, and this plan has
been foiwimled to Wusblngton with
the endorsement of (lenernl Macomb.
It Is expected that authorisation will
come In u few weeks, anil work will
be started uh soon as the official O. IC.
With a large, general hospital In
prospect, the army nnlhnrltles here do
not wish to spend nnv more money
than nliHolutely necess.iry on the pres
ent structure, bill some additions nro
Colonel Kbert strongly recommend
ed the construction of the general
hospital Immedlntclv, and In his re
port suR-ROsif-il two sites near Fort
Rhafter. Ono Is what has been known
as the "fertiliser" site, being located
on the muukn side of Klntr street near
the fertilizer works; the other lies ma
kal of King, nn tho flat lands that nre
now outside the mllltnrv reservation,
but that wi soon bo Included. It Is
this latter site thnt flenernl Mncoinh
approved when the.r.bert report was
sent to lilm for endorsement.'
W. M. CO.NCANNON. a big con.
trnctnr front the Pacific CnuM, will
depnrt for the mainland on the Slor
Ta. Mav 1.
I'KIICT HirNTKn will hi a guest of
tho Honolulu Ad Club nt tlm regular
weekly luncheon In tho Union Grill
tomorrow nt .noon.
OEOIIOK linoWN, manager or tlm
Itegal Rioo Store bore, left Inlay on
n business trip to tho mainland, lie
Will return In n few weeks.
DANIKL LOGAN, tho veteran news
paper man of Honolulu, nlurled out
In the business ns n primer's devil
forty-five years ago today and In still
MISS KD1T1I PRATT, titoiiorniih
or to United Stnles District Attorney
II. W. Hreckops, departs, this evening
on tho M,nratnn fpr Vancouver, -II. 0.
It Is rumored that Miss Pratt will not
return single. .
captain FURnnmicK kaiuof.r.
who has ,101-11 In command of tho
lighthouse tender Kukul' for some
months, s, with his; wlfp nnd rhlld,
booked la dppnrt fi tho const May 1
on 'tho "Sierra.
W ,M. niFFAltlL president ot the
Ilonrd, of Agriculture and Forestry,
will leavn for llnwull on May $ and
return about. May 2!i. Ills visit -Is In
connection with tho fruit fly light on
tho big Inland. .. ,
i e r '
l)n yon waul to reach country pfO
lile-IIse' Hie W e el J ' Uji 1 1 o 1 1 n.
W C. PEACOCK & CO., liTD.-
WINE AND LIQUOR. MERCHANTS
Merchant, Near Fort
BOARD IS NAMED