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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, APR. 29, 1912,
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Orcunlr Stii'eil mill .Vo
Honolulu Srrorwl Degree.
llnnuliilii Chaplcr, !t. i. U.
Praclkc. llnuull.m llilrd Degree.
i JiuMy Invited, to
V ff til tocil l(lM
WHEN YOU WANT TO
DE MOVED DY MOVER3
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Ja. H. Love)
(Additional Shipping on Page S)
Meet mi tin'
2nd iiml Ith
nl K. Hull
:.10 V. .11.
...t. i .
1M. MrKI.M.i: LOIXIK, 0. 8,
h. of 1'.
Meets every 2nd and Itli Satur-
Jelnv evening nt 7 30 o'clock in
1 K (if P Ilnll, cor. Fort nnil
Ilcrctiinla. Visiting brothers
cordial) lultcd to attend
A F OKHTZ, C. C.
V F. KILUUY, K. U. 8.
iioxoi.ru: i.oihii:, oib, 11. i o. i:.
Honolulu Lodge No 6X6.
B. l O Klks, meets In
their hull, on King St.,
near Tort, every Friday
evening. Visiting Broth
ers nro cordially Invited
A K Ml UPIIY. 13 n.
II IH-VSIIKi:. Soc.
o.viii' i.oniii: mi. i, k. nt r.
Meets every llrst and third Fri
day ut 7 30 o clock, Pjthlnti
' Hull, corner Ilerctanla and
Fort streets Visiting brothers
cordially United to attend.
8 DECKER, C. G.
0. IIKINE, K. ot K. & S.
HAWAIIAN T1III1E NO. 1, I. 0. II. 31.
Meets every first and third
Tuesdii) of each month in
Fraternlt) Hall, I 0. O r.
building Vl'i.tlng brothers
cordially linked to attend
IIKNHY A ASCII, Sachem,
locis a I'nniiy, c. of it.
Cabin Passenger Was Under Suspicion PencTng a Complete
Investigation Liner Arrives Here with unusual Heavy
List ot Asiatics Three Inter-Island Steamers in With
Sugar Two Windjammers Getting Away tor Hawaii to
Load Sugar for the Mainland.
A i iiMn passenger In the Tnjn Klsolii less Installation thai succeeds In keep-
Knlihn liner Shlnvn Maru. believed to Ing the vessel in touch with land for
have been nn American, was held un-' llvo dnvs of the voyage, rho Sierra,
der suspicion during the stn of the like the Sonoma and Ventura, nlso lias
vessel at Wnnsiiiic. the nort of entry, six watertight bulkheads, double hot-
for Slianghai, China, Before the In- torn, and please excuse us for believing
dividual was allowed In land his bag-! that she Is Just about one or the saf-
page ami nil personal effects were glv- est vessels alloat."
en a thorough search at the customs rt
Jem nl the Model Settlement. I Shrlners Hitting the Rough Spots.
One tiiink In the lot of baggage up-i Old Nop Is apparently not In nccord
on being opened was found to contain1 with the hopes of.a coterlo of llnno-
fifty or more automatic revolvers of , lulu hhrlnors who snlled rrtim tho Par
vcr'v late model. Drought tit light also adl-e of the Pacltlc vainly hugging tho
as a iiuaniliv of ammunition which delusion Hint they were tit enjoy n
was found to lit the arms const a'ed Mulct and peaceful passage ncioss tho
by l lie searching olllcers. A salisfiic-j big wet.
lory oxplnnntlnn from the owner was A radio lelegrnm received today
not forthcoming and the consignment Irnm Skipper Peter Johnson, who, by
was removed in Hie customs house, 'ho wav. vvub generally supposed tn
The attempt to smuggle the arms Into! have a good stand-in with tho powers
Temperature 0 a in., ", 8 n ni.,
"3; 10 it, m 74; noon, 77; minimum
last night, C9.
Wind ti a. in., velocity 8, direction'
N. 12. j 8 n. in., velocity 11, direction
N. 10.; 10 o. m., velocity 13, direction
K-; noon, velocity 10, direction N. K
Total wind movement for past 21
hours 213 miles,
llarometcr nt 8 n. m., 30.08; (low
point at 8 n, m., M; relative humidity,
S it. in., 55; absolute humidity, 8 a ni ,
J 830, '
Total ratnrnll during past 21 hours,
I nnnuwn mm NEW
AT THE PORT
Y. M. C. A. JOBS
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cnblc to .Mcrchnnts'
Monday, April 29.
SAN FIIANCI8CO Arrived. April
28, 0 n. m., S. S Korea, hence April
MAHUKONA Snlled, April 23, bktn.
lrmgard, for San Francisco.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, April 27, 8. 8.
Siberia, for Honolulu.
Arrived, April 27, S. S. Mongolia,
henco April 16.
S. 8, TKNYO MA lit! Will dock at
Hackfcld wharf tomorrow morning
t at 8 b'clpck fro mSan Francisco ami
' sail at G jt. ni. for Yokohama.
Mall per-S. 8. Shlnvn Mnrti for San
Francisco closes 7 3D a. m. Tuesday.
iwxiM'i.r vKiin: no. r. . 1:.
Meets nn second and fourth
Wednesday evening of each
month at 7 M n'elock In
K of P Hall, corner Fort ter known around the broad Pacific ns
and Beretnnla Visiting brothers are the "Irishman nnd tho low." Messrs.
the new tepublic was -n have received
n strict Invesllgntloti al Hie time the;
.lnpnnese Unci sailed from Wnnstiug
cm her vvnj In Japan and Honolulu.
One nf Hie largest lists of steerage
passengers to nrrlvo at Honolulu In
main mom lis nunc In the Shlnvn Ma
ui In the pai tv are 9.! Filipinos. l.7
Japanese, 2 Chinese and ." Russians.
Cabin passengers for Honolulu num
bered nine and there wore llvo for this
port In the second class. Tho through
list for San I'lmiclsco Includes Ui.1
cabin, .10 second class and 109 Asiat
Four slowawavs were unenrtlied
soon after the liner cleared Yokoha
ma. These will be returned to Japan
on the llrst available vessel. The
Shlnyo Mum called at Manila) for tho
first time In her history. Tho arrival
of the vessel was an occasion of much
rejoicing nmong shipping Interests al
that port A series of receptions and
entertainments were planned and sue
tessfullv carried Into execution. The
Shlnyo Is to sail for Sun Francisco at
f' o'clock tomorrow nioitilng Twelve
hundred tons Oriental cargo aro to bo
discharged at this port and 1B0 Ions
coal will bo taken on board In tho
Through passengers In the Shlnjo
en i onto to San Francisco Include J.
J Keegan and II. J. Iioscncrantz. bet
Invited to attend
WM JO.NES, W. P.
J W ASCII, Secy.
iio.Noi.n.r i.oixii: no. soo,
l. o. o. ju
will meet In Odd Fellows' building.
Fort street, near King ery Friday
evening at 7 30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMBROSE J. WinTZ, Dictator.
E. A. JACOHSON, Secretary
which ptcsldo over the destinies of tho
deep. Is to the effect Hint tho Mat son
Navigation liner Wlthelmlua, on which
the delegation of the Arab Patrol is
vojnglng, has met with rough weather.
At 8 o'clock last night the Wllhot
inlnn was reported 1477 miles from
Honolulu steaming through fresh
winds and rough sens.
An aerogram tccelvcd at tho agency
of Castle & Cooke from tho 1 1 1 Ioti1o.il
stated that tho vessel now en roulo to
Honolulu was .'lit! miles off Maknpuu
Island Fleet Returns with Sugar.
Several Intcr-lslaud vessels nro ar
rivals at the port with cargoes for tho
most part made up of sugar In transit
to tho Coast.
The Mlknhala, from Maul and Molo-
kal ports, brought 1,100 sacks of this
commodity In addition to tho following
Items 2 cows, 21 calves, 5.1 pigs, and
3," packages sundries.
The Mnuua Loa, from Houolpil aniUj
liuilH, is mini uisciiHiKiiiK i- nuuhu
Ktpalnilii ami 7300 sacks Honoipit utt-
nn. A o.nnlt olilnntnnl it nnlalnnu
i 41 ci.,ui o,,, ,i,i .,, v i'. iuimua
UIIU UIIIl'S I1IDII Ulll.l'M 11, lllin "tOntli
Mrs P Cudiihy. Miss J Cuilahv. Miss
II Cudiihy, A Dli'lin, P J. Dovle. (J
Fitzgerald, J C IViuiell, Mrs. J C
lVnncIl, Mrs. Will Mel) Fox, Miss J
Fox, II niuik, l)r Thus 13 flreen.
Mrs Tims i: tlrceii, Itev. flriih.iin
I.ee, Mrs, (rnlinni l.rr nnd three chil
dren, Mrs. T It cIihiiI mid tw" ebll
drtti. Mrs W. IMIII. Itev, Fiilher P
M Fliinegiin, linn W T Orncey. Mr
W T Orncey nnd Infiuit. It A. Mc-
Orntli, Mrs It A MccJriith. Mrs V
I, Mcflulro and maid Mls Wllma
Mcflulre. II. Ilndii. T T llnrrlsnn. Miss
F. llnrrlscm, Mrs Consul C S llen
rliie!!, Y. llekl, (len Ifnmor Lea. Mrs
Ilniner Lea, Alfred rfnrfinnnn. Mux
llntTtnnn. F. V Home. A W Hntrl
Mrs A V Wntrlv. Ktiinley Jn(ksnn,
T II Jeniiliigs, Mr T II Jennings.
11 C Jewett. Mrs II C Jewett. Miss
Jewett. Master Jewett J S C Kus
tllayn, Mrs J H r. Ciistllcan, J J
Keegan, 13 It King, K Knbayasbl,
Mrs Kerr mid child. Mls M Kerr, 8
Kerr, Miss K. Krrr. H M LnefTIrr, H
l.umy, Mrs It. Liimj, Miss A M l.lp
pctt. fl I. Lnngsdnrf. Mrs. O I,,
l.ougsdnri. .Mrs (' H Miller, 8. Mo
tnjl, Ur V A Miiltershniisen. Mrs II
M Mason. Miss K. Mason. Mrs, Jns
Mnlott. I.. 'JInlTc-tt. Mrs. I Mnffett and
live children.' 8 Okiibe, Mrs, M Oknbe.
8 Piirsons. Mrs 8 Pnrsons, Miss Pnr-
j sons, V M Pllman, 11 J uosen-
ernntx. Miss Itiillierrnril, P C Scan
Inn. T J II tt'lunltsi. II. II Smith,
Tho American schoMiter Repeat, Willi
lumber for Honolulu, sailed from Tn
conln on Snturdny.
Tho steamer Noeau, with general
cargo, Is scheduled to sail for Kauai
ports at 6 o'clock this evening.
The Mnuna Kea, sailing for llllo'
Secretary Super to Leave On
Sierra on Important
Four new men from tho Stntcs will
be added In the forcn, of the Honolulu
Y. M. C. A. on tho return of (lencrnl
nnd way ports at 10 o'clock tomnrrowrl Secretary Paul Super from 1,1s thrco
morning, will carry n number nf lour: months v sit let the Mainland next .In-I,,-
ly. Secretnry Super leaves on (ho Si-
Two hundred cabin passengers will ?rrn Wednesdny for an extensive tour,
tako departure for the Const Wednes-I Joiirnc Inn ns far east as lloston.
.tnv tnnmlliir In II, n Onnnnln .l.m..l III lllO COlirSO Of Ills Visit III tltO As,
Sorrn soclnllotis In various cities Im expects
Taking cargo nnd supplies tn Hawaii ',n 8ole5't n Bucccssof to Physical III-
tho Nllhnu Is on berth for departure ,rcc,"r )r',I,a," wl,n l,a resigned; n
for Mahukona and Kawnlhtto nt noon ,,0)'8 l'l"lcnl director, who will have
A Tonic Free from
Considerable sugar awaits shipment
nt Klpnhulii, nccordlng to report re-
chargo of the work In tho various clubs
of tho city as well as In tho Y. M. C
A, building; an assistant general sec
cpIvpiI hem with ti.n nrrlvnt f ii,n'istary, whose duties will llo principal
steamer Mnuna Loa. I '' '" tho l,clrt of rcllfilouB work, lllblo
A 23-day voynge is credited tho bar-'"""' ""' coopcrallon with the local
kentlne Mary Wliiklcmnnn, which left I"1"'"; and a man for general nlllco
Honoliilii April 4 for Kurckn. nflcr liavi ',c,nl1' wll'MJ ln,,nr wl" ,l0 principally
Ing cllschnrKcd a shipment of lumber."1"11 "f nn "fflc0 secretary.
Tho American oil-tanker Lanslng.l rllc employment nf these men, thrco
Willi n tiunutlty of fuel oil for the lo-,01 "on '" ime to newiy-createil
cnl branch of the Assnclatcd Oil Com
pany, Is on the wny to Honolulu, hav
ing sailed from Monterey Inst Friday.
Twenty-four hours have passed with
departments, will entnll an additional
oxponso of ?27n tn $300 per month.
Tho first supper to bo served In
Cooko Ilnll of tho Y. M. C, A. will
out further attempt on the part of a ,llRO I,lBro nl 5:30 ,l118 evening, when
morning sheet to Incrcnso that famous "'"etcon men, members of tho educn
shipment of onions brought to the port ""al committee and tho instructors
In the British steamship Saint Kllda. In ,ho nKnt "chnol asscmblo In n "get
Tho Matson Navigation steamer III-' together" affair tn fopn closer ncciualn
Ionian, from San Francisco and Sent nnceshlii and discuss plans for tho fu
tie, Is due In nrrlvo nt this port early, ,uro ears.
Inmnnnw mnriilnir Tim ,.suni i.iu nl Tomorrow Is tho Insl day of tho As-
largo cargo. Including oxtetislvo shln-i cnl onr for "l0 Association, and tho
inontH of lumber.
For a loud-pedal promotion to ac
company swimmer Duko Knhniinmokii
olllcers are busily engaged In prepnr
Ing tho annual statements, (lencrnl
Becrotary Paul Super sajs tho llnan
llnvvnli's glories should bo heralded,
the unterrllled satellllo of "Landlock
ed" Link has few. If any, equals, ac
cording to general opinion freiiticiitly
expressed along tho waterfront.
Arc you pale, weak, easily tired,
and do you lack nerve power?
Ask your doctor If Ayer's Sar
saparilla would not be good for
you. He knows, and will ad
vise you wisely. Not a drop of
alcohol In this medicine. It
puts red corpuscles Into the
blood, gives steady, even power
to the nerves ; and all without
stimulation. Make no mistake.
Take only those medicines the
best doctors endorse. Ask your
r...-. , Dr. I. C cr 4 C , I II. Kin , U. S. A,
MAY NOT LAND
Willi the arrival of tho Inter.Isla'ndl,;!),0,,!;' """ ntTS
tcumer Klnau thore was received 6000 CT ,'" , .
nolo, ,.r OKI) l,,l uhnon nn,1 t J- H Wilson and tWO
fmporter Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
THE VERY LATE8T IDEA8 IN
Mll'lnery Pnrlori, Doiton Black
Juki rciilxiMl ix Slerr i lit, I In
LINEN TAILORED SUITS, WHITE
COATS and LINGERIE QOWNS.
ROOMS 66-67-68, YOUNG HOTEL
HIGH . CLAS8 MILLINERY
Club 'Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
Keegan and Hoscncrnntz have for
venrs been making regular visits to
tho Orient In tho interest of n string
of oportlng houses on the mainland.
There Is noUiIng under the sun that
this pair of angels or commerce can
not supply In quantities lo suit. About
the onlv thing that appears to bo lack
ing In their stock Is trouble. They
enrrv nono of that
General Homer Lea, the famous mill
tary attnche of Or. Sun Ynt Sen, who
Is nn American by birth, Is traveling
to the mainland broken In health. Tho
General bus been under the euro of n
physician on tho vovuge across tho 1'a
clllc. Patrick Cudahy, Mrs. Cudahy nnd
daughters are through passengers In
tho vessel leturnlng from uu extend
ed tour of the Far Kast.
Sierra Lifeboats Overhauled.
The Oceanic steamship Sierra, which
regularly piles between Honolulu and
San Francisco, bus accominodntlon for
111 more people In her len lifeboats
and six life-rafts than tho maximum
intal of passengers nnd crow, accord
ing In statements mado by nllkers in
Hint liner during the slay of tho vessel
nl ibis port. ,
'I be Sierra boats and life-rafts aro
all new and equipped with the latest
devices," said ouo olllccr 111 a talk with
a Hullo tin representative this
"The great Wltllo Slnr lliier Titanic
vhlih weul down with tho lives of
1.IIIH people carried but twenty llfo
boats and rafts. Tho Sierra Is and bus
been cqiilp'icd slnco iomlng In tho Ho
nolulu scrviie with ten boats nnd six
life rnfts, all now
"These boats hnve watertight com-
patt monls and lire amply provisioned
Inr a consldeiable time ut sen. HuUi
ciart Is supplied with rockotB und oth
er slgnullng devices.
I I here tire four Sierra liro-lioals cit
lKtlile of cnrrylug in people, while four
i nihcrs can nccnmuiodato 12 penpla
i ,n h Tun life bouts mo Binnllcr, but
could easily hold IS passengers
'On Hie life-rafts 35 people could
n dly Dud lefuge should the emcigeii
v uilsc wheio they would bo icnulrecl.
sacks sugar, 350 head sheep, and a
number of packages sundries from Ka
uai ports of call.
New Lifeboats for the Inter-Island.
Tho Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company hns added four lifeboats to
Its already ample fleet. With tho ar
rival of the British steamship Iliirpn-
lion, the local steamship company was
enabled In Bccuro four craft of good
t-lzc nnd of staunch construction, Tho
additional boats wero required by tho
charter parties of the llarpallon ow
ing to tho largo number nf Immlgrnnts
transported by the British steamship.
After delivering the Immigrants, tho
extra boats were found to bo no longor
required and wero therefore disposed
of to tho Inter-Island.
Inter-Island Skippers Report Rough
With tho arrival of several Inler-Isl-and
Bleamors ut port emtio reports nt
rough weather with strong gales.
Tho .Milium Urn, from Hoiinlpu, met
with strong northeast winds and seas
on the homeward voyage.
The olllccrit lu tho Kfnuii report
choppy sens ami sluing head winds in
returning from Kauai ports of call.
Willi Iho Bteamcr Mikahnla, tho
II It Smith. Miss A Ktnnlnn.
Mrs. F 8 Strong. I Syyap, Mrs F
W Suttcrle, Miss Trnver, Rev Father
J Thompklns. V T) Tvler, A. I.
nbee, A Wond,
J. It Wilson and two children. J A
Wright, r. 8 Watson, Mrs I) 8. Wat
Mui nnd two children, J Ycln, 8 Yo
shlda. L. A Young.
on n triumphal tour of Kuropo and tho clnl roiloH M liow thai tho burden
Olympic contests nt Stockholm, whnt's " '"cuiir wcifk in tno new muni
Dm mniier uiih "Snnni,r" itni-r,,,, i l"g during Iho last year lias been lit
It Is solely through a big nnlso that' "1c- lf a,,v' lienvler than during the pre
vious twelve monius, nun tnni the
amount of moncv solicited In subscrlii
tions lias not been much larger.
II. M. Cross, at present an Instruct
or nt the Mills School, will join the
. M. C-. A force July 1 as Assoclato
Hoys' Work Dlrcctnr. Cross Is n grail
unto nf Carlcton College, Minnesota,
was president Of tho college Y. M. U.
A. nt that place for several years, anil
hns been Instructor nt tho Mills
School hero about two years. i
Dr. Hobdy will glvo iho third lee
lino of his sfrlcs in Cooke Hall Thins
day evening on tho subject, "Physiol
ng) and Hvglcuo of Sox." The-hall's
capacity Is taxed by Iho slio of tho
umllenccu attending these lectures, HI
persons attending that or last Thurs
Ono of the most entertaining feat
ures of tho season at tho local Associa
tion Is anticipated Friday evening,
when the MncWitttcrs Male Quartet nl
lloston, aided by a reader and reciter,
gives an entertainment in Cooko Ilnll.
Theso young men, who finished col
lego In 1011, nnd tmvv aio "Hinging
their wa" around tho world, aro Bald
In possess exceptional talent. Thoy
will arrive heio tomorrow.
All those who play an Important
part In naval construction work at
Pearl Harbor gathered at the dryilock
early this morning to witness tho sec
ond rulslng of tho test concrete block,
which was brought to the surface last
Monday, found to bo satisfactory, and
again submerged for u further test
Much depended on Its condition as
shewn tiidui, for had It been found to
hnvo deteriorated, It would have meant
that the prime great secret for mixing
concreto to withstand peculiar condi
tions nt I '(ill I Harbor hud ugaln eluded
Admiral Covvles himself wns on Itiinil
when the ltl-ton block was carefully,
brought tn tho surfaco nt S o'clock
weather was not so strenuous and (this morning. Nuvy engineers and
tills vessel met with llghtH winds and
a smooth sen (in tho homeward trip,
t 1'ASSl.MH.IIS AltiTlVKll I
agents for tho contractors chipped and
tested and hammered, and finally, with
broad smiles, announced that the con
crete was In as good condition as It
was found a week ugn. Tho concrete
wlih.li appears to liavo come, up to nil
requirements Is mado with what Is
Per T. K. K. Shlnyo Maru, from Ma
nila, Hongkong and Japan porta, Apr,
21). For Honolulu. Dr. Cutis. Adams,, known us "coast sand" tn distinguish
Mrs. Chas. Adams, Mrs. J. W. Falls n front tho mixtures containing irtish
auil maid, MUs Nottlo Lloyd, II, Mill-led lava rock or corn! sand, Instead of
ler, 3. Ozakl, N. Yomamori, Mrs. N. bench s.ind
Yamamorl, For San Francisco: 13. 8,
Abeulielin, T Alcxnnder,.Mrs T Al
exander. (' Atkins, Miss K Atkins, I,.
W. nrumentlml, Hubert Atchison, Dr.
T W A) era. Mis T W Aycrs and
tbne children, Mrs. II. T. Harbour,
I. U Harbour. W C Iliirnard, Mrs.
W C Ilariiiuil, II. CI. lliilchon, F W
lirnvvnrlgR, II Ilonsnr. Col. II Brooke,
Mrs II Brnnkc. A It M Blackball.
I! i: Itiiclilctiin, Mrs t: U lluclceltnn,
Huv It T Capon, Mrs It. T Ciipen
and two chltdicu, Mrs M Castor, W
W. Conn, Mis H C Clark, J F Co
inlns Miss S Campbell, (Ico D 'Coop
er. Mis (len II. Cooper, W Cowdln,
Another thing I lint should not bo lost, Mis W Cowdln and iiiald, Miss C
-'Kht or Is tiiat the Slerrrf has a wlio-('owles II c Ctewdson, P Cudahy,
1027 NUUANU 8TP.EET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men's Hatt
BIG BARGAIN SALE
Complete Lines in
All Departments will be Sold Without Price Reierve,
Commencing Wednetdsy, My 1
"This mutter of getting a satisfac
tory concrete for use In the dryilock,
Is hardly ono that can lie determined
bv chemistry iilnne," said Admiral
Cuwles this morning "It has In bo
decided by actunl tests, under tho con
ditions which prevail ni Pearl Har
bor In regard to this morning's tests.
I can say that the concrete block
raised seemed to 1,0 very satisfactory,
and Unit the navy engineers are sat
Istleil Hint they are snlvlng the prob
lem that has caused the recent de
Hon. 8. Okabc, former Japanese)
Flnvo Consul In Honolulu, arrived to
day from Japan In the Shlnvo Maru,
accntnpnnied by Mrs. Okabo. Mr
Okabe Is proceeding to Washington,
where he will become second secrelury
lu tho Imperial Japanese Hmbassy
Mr .Okabe. who Is well known here,
was met at the wharf by u large num
tier nf his friends, Hdltor 8, Sheha nf
tho Hnwall Sltlupo anil Dr. Iga Mori
wero among those who spent much
time nt tho wharf waiting for the liner
From tho local Japanese Consulate
Secretary Xnlto and Mrs.. Nulln and
nthcr members of tho staff welcomed
Mr. nnd Mrs. Okabo. This evening a
banquet will be given at tho MnchUiikl
Club In their honor. Speeches will bo
mnde by Mr. Okabe nnd others.
About eleven venrs ago, and
during Mr. Oknbo's residence In Hono
lulu ns .Inpnneso Klcve Consul, Mrs.
Oknbe, who camo horo In the America
Maru tn meet her husband, was de
tained cm board ship by order of tho
chief of the l'nlled Stntcs Marino llos-
pltul Service In this port. Tho nffnlr
stirred up a great deal of excitement
In the Jnpaneso community, lit order
to hnvo her released from Iho ship,
whoro she was n cabin passenger, then
Consul (lencral Mlkl Sallo acted In Iter
It was during tho Inspection of tho
ships passengers that Dr. Cofcr, then
Hoshl Musuklchl, who pleuded gull
tv in Clrfcult Judgo llobinsun's court
Inst Frldny morning to tho chargo nf
burglary In the llrst degree, was sett'
tented this morning to not less than
uno j car of hard labor In Ouliu prison
The ense nf J ,W. Kcrshner, nccused
nf heedless driving on, tho city thor
nughlares In an automobile, was con
tinued this morning by Circuit Judgo
Robinson to May 20. Tho enso hud
been carried up on nn appeal from tho
District Court of Honolulu and tho do
lay was granted at tho request of At'
lorimy F. 10. Thompson, counsel for cle-
fiilitlanl it tin u,n(n,l 1 1, n t Ittu nllnnl .end
un' iiiic-i, iihiii'i it -in n ii-inini MimiiiK Q,t of tho eltv
tho steerage passengers, lu order In
prevent the disease from spreading lu
town ho ordered Mrs, Oknbe, a cabin
passenger, held on board, but released
other cabin passengers, This nngeicd
At tho Instance of tho United States
District Attorney tho ehaign ngalnst
Tomo Ynsudn, tho woman arrested last
Thursday night with Hnrada, was cIIh-
I missed by the Hulled States Co mm Is
Consul Sallo. who promptly cabled to ,, , lnnrn,IIB, Iler recnK0 wnH
.t"1:.1"':,'1:" , J?....ll Lo,, (ho n.eory that she was
.""' ..li .'"" '"" , ,. I not to bo blamed. Tho man. accused
,,iw.,..em. ...u ....a.. mui imii.y of n(i,tcrj. wna to bo tried this aftor
sottled amicably and Mrs. Okabc ro- ....
A jury was Impanelled today lu
Fulled States District Judgo demons'
court lo hear tho caso of Charles
Mitchell, chaiged with facilitating the
smuggling of gin nfT i vossel. Tills Is
another of tho "Phoney" Davis trials.
I'ho grand Jurors of tho Unltod
LARGE NAVY JOB
CANTON DRY GOODS CO.,
Hotel Street, Opposite Empire. Theater
leased fmm detention.
Kverj thing id the prlullng line
II ii I let hi, .Milken slrct'l.
! s s s s s !
lugs and storehouse nt Pearl Harbor
brines tlie Information that Cnnrnti.
lion Is to bo awarded tho contract for Stmos Cmrt who wero summoned tn
,t.n ,ii.,iut.nii, t. ,,n, Hon- I nnuenr Mav 0 havn been excused until
At tho naval station no ol'llclal liifor-'-l- 's. t ho request nf Untied BtntoB1'''''" m" bo opened Muy 20,
motion of Iho award has been received District Attorney Ilieckons, who ox- , . . . .
but tho cablo Is In lino with Informa-, I"""" '? Il0 ongngect tor tno next row.
Hon brought hero by Mr. Concantion' wcokh hi inc. AiniuiKa silo comiamiia-
hlmt-elf. who llgtired that although his 'n ""es.
price for tho building was larger than
Whether meat for Uncle Sant'a sol
diers lu Hnwall will bo furnished by u
local concern or whether tho contract
for tho coming year will go tn a Const
llrm Is n question which thnso Inter
ested In the subsistence nf the troops,
both from n mllllnrv und a commercial
standpoint, nro niixlouslv wnltlug for
tho cable to answer. !.nsl Frldny bids
for the meat Htipply were opened by
the depot commissary here, only ouo
proposal, that of the Hawaii Meat Co,
Ltd.. being on llle. The llgurcs wero
cabled to San Frnnciscn, whole bids
had been opened slmullaueously, nnd
In dale theie has been no cabled ad
vice, nf tho result.
According to the routine procedure,
Captain 1). II, Case, tho depot commis
sary for tho Department nf Hawaii,
would bo notiflcd by cable If the con
tract was nvvnrded lu a Honolulu llrm,
but would lint hear If some nf tho fig
ures submitted nt the other end cvf tho
lino nan oecit nceopieu.
"Tho fact that 1 have had no .tdvlcea
In dale," said Cnplaln Caso this noon,
"dooB not Indicate, however, Hint tho
Hawaii Meat Co. has Inst nut. Tho
chief commissary nf tho division would
have In do considerable, figuring liefiuo
jelling tho contract to a conterii out
sldo of Honolulu, for Iho reason thai
the Army would then have lo construct.
Its own cnld-storago plant, n big under
taking. It tuny lake tho better part nf
n week to (lguro uut tho relative cost
of suppljlng meat to the troops here,
oven If snmo other llrm hns a lower
hid than Iho Ilnwnll Meat Co.
Soldiers Fare Well.
"Under tho present plan," continued
Captain Case, "this nlllco nolldcs iho
contractor nbout two months ahead
how much meat will bo required for
each month. It Is then lmpnited from
Australia, and placed lu Iho cnmpsny'rt
own cold-slnmge plant nfler Inspection
until called for delivery lo tho differ
Captain Case sa)u that the local
troops gel as fine n quality nf meat an
can bo obtained In any par! nf tho
country, and that tho prlco paid by tho
Government Is about tho samo as that
paid in continental United States.
Tho bid nf tho Hawaii Meat Co for
tho coming yenr's supply was 10'a
centB per pound for beef nnd 10 cenls
lor mutton. About 8ti,0lii pounds nf
beer a month Is tho estlmnlcd supply.
Lnst year Iho snmo llrm held tho con
tract, but tho prlco wits a trllle lower,
being D cents for beef and 0 cents
Other Food Contracts.
Local dculcrn will lmyo a chum o to
bid cm nthcr commissary supplies this
month. About May Hi, tho date not
having been definitely sot, proposals
will bo opened for supplying nil grocer
ies bought locnlly. This Includes cof
fee, rice, beans and other staples. May
20 bids for furnishing butter for tho
llrst six months nf tho llscnl yenr will
bo considered. This contract Is now
held by tho Hawaii Mcnt Co. Tho Ico
Unit of tho Lord-Ynung ICuglueerliig
Co., his llguio for oxtrn hays was so
muck less that if tho Cnvornmcnl
AMF.S KHNNIIDY, who until re-
spout its full appropriation of $.10,000 cently was niannger of llackfeld'B La
on tho building, the contract would, hnlnn store, will shortly lenvo With his
coino'to his llrm. lamlly fnr n yenr's visit lu Scntland.
Tho bid of tho Lord-Young Cn. was' W. fl. LAWSON, Iho chief bnokkoop
$31,700. while Hint ot tho Cniicnnuoii! or nf tho Kalwlkl Sugar Co, nt Ookala,
Co. was $31,9.12. However, tho local Hawaii, will leave with his family for
flrnt asked $1000 Tor extra bays, whllojlho Big Island tomorrow by tho Man
illa Concnnnon concoin llguiod thent'lia Ken, Mr Lawsun camo lo Houo
at $3,100 each. According to this lulu lo moot his wHo nnd two dill
morning's dispatch, three extra bayoldrcii, whom ho had not seen for llvo
aro to bo added, which ninkos Iho con-lyeais. They arrived horo from Scot
trad prlco tn Concantion $ir,,iri2, while laud by tho Siena last Snlurduy. This
If tho same amount of work wns to bo Is their llrBt trip to Hawaii,
doiio by Lnril-Vnung it would tost tho
Clothes cleaned, pressed nml altered
Flowers for wile. Prompt service
1'nlir.ornla Clnlhes- (JleanliiB Hlicip.
Beictunla, near Fort Phono litis.",
Colonel It P Dlckerson, Spanish
War veteran, and friend of Theodora
Roosevelt, has shipped n live months' er Klnau:
A prlvnto cablo to W N. Concnnnon, old lion to 8t Louts to be presented to 11 39.72.1, KP 18,570, Mel) 31,790, K81
head of the J II. Concnnnon Company the former Pieskleut during bis slay Co -I0U0, VK 7C0, LP 20,r.31 and OS 911 WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
which Is electing tho Industrial build in St. I.ouls sacks. Merchant, Near Fort
Sugar uwuitlng shipment at various
(iarileu Island ports includes tho fnl
lowing, according to roport brought lo
this city by I'm nor Akau of the steam
MAK 2S.70C, KSM 19f,0, (1
Violinist nnd Pianist open fnr engage
ments cafe, lintel, theater. Address
"Tcaehcis," lliilli tin otlicc.
W. C, PEACOCK 4 CO, LTD.
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