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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1912.
Oceanic -Staled ;i ml Sec
Honolulu Scco:d llegrcc.
IIoiiiiIiiIii ('Iniplcr. !. A, M.
llnvtiill.iii Third Ucerro.
WHEN YOU WANT TO
DE MOVED DY MOVERS
" CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jus. H. Love)
(Additional Shipping on Page 8)
AP Tliitlm memberr. of tkr
Order m cordially lorltcd t
attend iceetlnra o( local IndEM
Meet on the
'Jml iiiiil llli
ni k. r. linn
"tall I'. 31.
1VJI. MrMM.llY UIINiL", 0. 8,
l. (if I'.
Meets every nd and 4th Satur
day evening at 7.3U o'clock in
K. of V. Hull, cor. Tort and
Ileretaiitu. Visiting brothers
cordlrlly Invited to attend.
A. V. GKUTZ, C. C.
K. V. K1L1IEY. K. 11. S.
iioxoi.ru; i.oiiiii:, sio, n. r. o. k.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1G,
1). 1. O. Klks, meets In
their hall, on Kins St.,
near Fort, every Friday
evening. Visiting llroth
ers nre cordially Invited
a e murphy, v. n.
H DUNSIinK, See.
OAiw i.oixii; M). i, k. of r.
Meets every first and third Frl
I day at 7:30 o'clock, I'ytlilan
1 Hall, corner Ilcrotania and
Fort streets. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to nttPtul.
1' A HAWKINS, i' C
im:ini:. k ii n. a s
HAWAIIAN Tlillli: .0. 1, I. 0. H. Jf.
Meets every (Irst and third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hall, I O. 0. F
building. Vl'iitlng brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
HUNHY A ASCII, Sachem
LOUIS A. I'KIUIY, C of n
hoxoli'i.u akiiii: no, v. o. i:.
' JJ&n Meets on second and fourth
yjT.'Wednosday evening of each
Jw1" month nt 7 30 o'clock, in
K or I Hall, corner Fort
and Ilerctanla. Visiting hrotlicrs are
Invited to attend.
WM. JON'KS, V P.
J. W. ASCII, Seey.
HO.NOl.l'l.r l.OlKJi: NO. 8U0,
I.. 0. 0. M,
will ineel in Odd Fellows' building,
Fort ktrcet, near King overy Friday
ovcnlng at 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMUItOSK J YVIUT55, Dictator.
K. A. JACOI1SON, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
THE VERY LATEST IDEA8 IN
Millinery Parlors, Dniton Block
Mauna Kea Makes Short Stay. :
Thero wus hut little tlmo lost lio-
twoon the arrival of the lntor-Island
Hit'uiuer Miiiinn Ken from Illlo and way,
pints and the dlspaleh of the vessel,
lor Knliuliil. Maui.
The Mauna Kea was speedily ills-
lunged of a shipment of general nior-j
chnmllse. sovernWIiundrcd head sheep
imiiI man. packages of sundries, and1
by nif rarl lioui was again on her!
way across the channel steaming In.
iht. (MifM-tliui nf ihn Maui tinrt. enrrv-
lug :'.."." Spanish and Portuguese limnl
'I he Inter-Island steamer brought a
Inir lis or passengers. Purser Phil
lips leporls fair weather with light
(miles and smooth seas on the home
nnl voyage. The steamer Kauai was
passed at Papalkou, the Wallele nt Ku
kulhncle, while the Kalulani was lying
at llllo. The Manila Kea Is expected
m reiurn from Knliuliil between D and
In o'clock this evening. Tlio imiul
Rutins were taken aboard the scow
Pioneer at Alakea wharf and trnnspor
led across the harbor In the Mauna
Ct.iudine Carried Immigrants.
A number of Immigrants from
among the party of Spaniard and
Portuguese who arrived In tlio llrltlsh
"tcnniHlilp llnrpallon were forwnrded
to Maul and Hawaii as steerage pas
sengers in tho Inter-Island steamer
(Mainline, sailing from the port last
evening. Tho Claudlne was well tilled
wlih freight for her regular ports of
Freight Is going Into the Inlcr-lsl-end
steamer Kllauen preparatory to
the suiting of thai vessel for Komi and
Kan ports of call next Tuesday Ht
uimii. Tho Kllauea will carry n num
ber of cabin and possibly n few Span
I'd or Portuguese Immigrants for isl
".'enipcrntiire (! n. m., 73; S a. m-,
76; 10 n. tn 78; noon, 78; minimum
last night. 71. j
Wind 0 a. m., velocity in, direction
N. K.j 8 a. in., velocity ft, direction N
1!.; 10 a. in., velocity II. direction N.
R; noon, velocity 1", direction N. K.
Totul wind movement for past LM
hours, 23.1 mites.
Ilaromcter ut 8 n." m.. .30.07; dew
point ut 8 n. in,, C3; relative humid
ity, 8 a. m., CI; absolute, humidity, 8
a. in., 0.1 7!.
Total rainfall during past 21 hours,
John Ena Taken Cargo at Hilo.
Willi tho exception of the big Amer
ican ship John Klin and the schooner
Robert Seniles, the poll of llllo has
been rather deserted for a few days
The John Kim Is Inking on n ship
ment of sugar destined for the east
coast of the I'nlted Slates. This ves
sel Is expected to get away for Dela
ware llreakwaler by the last of tho
week, nccordlng lo the belief express
ed nt tho lime of departure of tho
steamer Mniliiu Kea.
The Searles was discharging a con
signment of lumber nt tho Hallway
The Ainerlcnn-llnwnllan freighter
.Mexican, Willi 1,1'iiu ions sugar, was
dispatched from llllo on last Wednes
day, vessel nuil cargo bound for Salluit
The American schooner Muriel wna
discharging lumber nt Hniiolpu.
The Intcr-lsland ntenmer Mauna I.na
with 1)139 sacks sugar gathered at Ho-1
nolpu and Hawaii ports Is nn nrrivnlj
at tlio port. This vessel met with fair
weather, light winds nnd smooth sens.
The odlccrs report that all sugar lias,
been cleaned out at Honolpu wnro-j
Alaskan Now on the Way,
The Amerlenii-Hiiwallan freighter
Alaskan, with n Inrgo general cargo, a
portion of which wuh transshipped nt
Teliunntepoc from steamers In the
New York service, Is reported to hnvo
sailed from Tnconin yesterday morn
ing with destination as tho Hawaiian
The Inter-Island steamer Ilclenc has
been placed on tho berth for dlspaleh
for Mabukona and Kawalhac, the ves
sel to sail at noon on next Tuesdny,
Tlio Heleno will curry general cargo
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cable to .Merchants'
ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PORT
A small mall arrived from Manila In
tlio transport Thonins.
An Orlentnl mull should arrive hero
Inle Mondny afternoon with tho Pa
elllc Mali steamship Siberia.
It Is expected that I lie Matson Navi
gation steamer l.urllne will bo ills-
patched for Knliuliil on Thursday; Unnicl,
morning. j p. Finley, Mrs. I
Iho next mall from tlio innlnlnnil Col. It W.
Saturday, May" 4.
SAN FRANCISCO - Sailed. May 4,
ship Win. P. Frye, for Honolulu.
Sailed. May 4. 1 20 p. in.. S. S.
Persia, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA - Arrived. Mnv I, S. S.
Nippon Mnru, hence April 23.
KUltl'KA Arrived. May 3, S. S.
Slilnlsu Mnru. hence April 22.
should arrive In tho Matson Naviga
tion steamer l.urllne next Wednesday
The Pacific Mall liner Siberia, ex
peeled to sail for San Francisco on
Per I' H. A. T. Thomas, from Manila
vln Nagasaki, Japan For Honolulu:
I None Through: dipt. Edw Anderson,
A J Under, W. T Hcurdsley, I.t. Col.
Ii P. Hrewer, 2nd I.t. J. K. Ilrown,
wife and son; Mrs. P. M. Drown, Mlsi
I t'lnrn Ilrown, J. W. Cleave, I). S. Colin,
I Mrs. A. S. Crosxilcld, K, Crouch, (1.
II. Dale. dipt. Julian Do Court, wife
and child; ('apt Robert Dickson, trills
II DliiKhiini, wife and daughter; II.
M. Dnlwnn nnd wife, 5nd I.t. C. IS.
Iiorlty, wife nnd daughter; II. a. Khert,
wife mid thrco children; Mrs. W. CI.
t-t-t- l,i.l .loMirltf,,,. f'nttt fl,rltM
...... j ...... ......n...v., - ...... ...... .--
F. H. Ferguson and wife, MnJ. i
II. Fletcher, I.t.
Grlftltli, Inglld llniiMin,
Health and Strength
HO HAND IN HAND WITH
Duffy's Pure Mall Whiskey
A puro distillation of malted
grnlna safe tonic an ulil lo di
gestion endorsed by CO years'
It Is n wonderful remedy In tho
prevention nnd cure of nil throat,
lung and sloinucli troubles. It
makes the old fed young nnd tho
Hold everywhere In SHAI.KD
The Duffy Malt Whltkey Co.,
Rochester, N. Y., U. 8. A.
No Smallpox on the Thomas.
Smnllpox was reported on the Full
ed Slntcs Army transport Thomas
mimo days prior lo the nrrlvnl of Iho
troopship at tho port of Honolulu.
When Iho Thomas was slghled off
Harbor's Point early tins morning In
fctnic.llons had been issued lo Federal
customs Inspectors ngnlnst their
boarding tho vessel.
The local ipinrnnlliie medical olllects
miido n careful exnmlnntloii of tho
large list of passengers cnrrled by the
transport but found no ovldcnco of
such n malady.
How the report gained currency has
not yet been mndn known. Tho Thom
as was found free from Infectious ills-
ease and was speedily given pratique,
daughter and granddaughter; It. I.
Ilaydcn. .Michael Hayes, Col. Mark I,
llersey, II O. Hickman, D. A. Holme
ami wife, dipt. John lloword, J. Is
selhanl. Mrs. II. P. Klncsbury. Mrs. .1.
Tuesday morning, will bo given tho o. lackey and two children, Crpt.
next mall destined for Iho mainland. Jaeipies de I.. Uifltte, F. J. l.owry. I.
The Inler-Islnml Slcnm Navigation I it. Manners, wile mid three chllrt.vn
Company completed Iho transfer of or-, (j. Masters, I,st I.t. II. M. Nlckrrnoii,
lice elTects from tlio Mauna l.on lo tho, Neils Kellson mid wife, Cnpt. Vawr
newly-acquired Matson wharf this, ivten-mi. Col. Aimer I.. Pickering, wife
morning. mi dniiglitcr; Frank Plttmun. 1st It.
The Amcrleaii-llnwallan freighter n, h. 1'cpe iiiul wife, lut I.t. O. K
Coluinblnti having completed tho ills-i Price. Cnpt. s. A. Purvliinco mid w-lfj
ehurgo of general cargo at this port1 a. h. ItiiHche, 1st I.t. J. N. Ueynolil-..
sailed for Snllna Cruz via Island porta ir,, ,) . Charles Itlntz, 1st I.t.
last ovcnlng. llirnard A. Ripley mid wife, sml It.
A report that Iho little power sam-.Mx .Sebuld, J. p. Kebree, Col. F. W.
pan Makona, engaged In carrying ro-1 Hllilcy. F. A. Smith, dipt W. II. re
frigerated ment between Maul ports' i,M, j. p. wnnlcll, 1st I.t. S. Vilpple,
nnd Honolulu, was aground on n reef jrM. (50(), Williams, .Miss Ituble "ii-
is vigorously iicnicu uy inicrcsieii par- ,, Miss Clara Woodson. 1st I.t. I
Cnrlxmltli, II. V. Patten, Father (lum
ber, O. II. England nnd wife, James T.
Moses. J. K. Like, W. W. Savercoal,
.Mr. ,M. Ilrydcn, Mrs. V. Spragiie, .Miss
Munilon, Mrs. J. K. Notley. Mrs. It.
Clnrk nnd three children, M. Hoarc.i,
Mrs. I!. Snares, D. Sunilda, F. it -y-liiitds,
0. Pecker, M. Percrln, Airs. l.eo
V. nn nnd son, (1. Tunnbe, F. II Itkb
arilson, W. I Stanley, I.. M Peiinliniin,
W. (1. Allen, wife nnd child; Mrs. C.
H. J mill. II. W. 1) McKcii7.lc, J. F.
Visiter, S. A. Strniler, All Chung, Mrs.
Cressnty, It. It. Hind, (). Hnrensnii, W.
U. Mbdee, II. Dumnut, (1. V. Iloniimy,
M. M.' Clralmin, I.leiileiinnt VI Kill, M.
Fmistluiii, J. F. Hansen, wife nnd two
children; O. Chalmers mid wife.
A report Is received hero which an
nounces tho arrival nf tho Japanese
freighter Sbintsu Mnru nt Kurckn,
Cnl. This vessel sailed from llnnoiii-
1,, Attrll 99 nfl,, hni-lhi. ,tlu,.lt,t-i,oil ,,
I shipment of Australian conl.
Fitly Ions copra, brought In this port
In tho bark S. N. Castle, which vessel
i put in here In distress, lias been re
loaded Into that same windjammer
preparatory lo tho sailing of tho vessel
I for the Const. Repairs to tho extent
of 52."i0() hnvo been mado on tho Oastln
uiiiiiiH lit ruti'iiu ni'L'nn mjjuuiil ill
HILO PLANS UP.
County Engineer Hoiilhwoiili of llllo
wuh In consultation tixlnj with (lov
ernor Frenr on matters relntlvo to the
opening of certain thoroughfares In
that city, surveys, the paving through
swnmp hinds, nnd the sale of a num
ber of lots Provision wi-s inuile 111
tile latter Instance that the purchaser
shall nil In the lots where these uro
In the swamp district
Damage estimated at $100.(100 was
caused by the lire lit Augusta. Me.
DEAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at tho
How To Win The Grand Prizes
TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY
THE EVENING BULLETIN
One 1912 Completely-Equipped "REGAL" Automobile
four $550 "REMINGTON" Player-Pianos-Ono for Each District
four Beautiful $100 Diamond Rings-one for each district
four Elegant Solid Gold Ladies' Watches-Dnc for each district
four Round Trips to Kilauea or Honolulu and Return
Contest will positively close June 22, 1912 at 9:00 o'clock p. m.
Jllbt reei i ni i Ki rrn l,il -t In
LINEN TAILORED SUITS, WHITE
COATS ami LINGERIE GOWNS.
ROOMS 66-67.68, YOUNG HOTEL
HIGH CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
VALUE OF SUBSCRIPTION PAYMENTS
THE EVENING BULLETIN
Amount Votes Given.
Price. New. Old.
One Month $ .75 700 350
Three Months . . . 2.00 3,000 1,500
Six Months 4.00 10,000 5,000
One Year 8.00 25,000 12,500
Two Years 16.00 60,000 30,000
One Year 12.00 36,000 18,000
Two Years 24.00 85,000 42,000
Amount Votes Given.
Price. New. Old.
Six Months $ .60
One Year 1.00
Two Years 2.00
One Year 2.00
Two Years 4.00
Clwngln.j from the Weekly Bulletin to llic Djlly Hill Lc considered a MW subscription,
must le stnl ly mall, polj ot the Bulletin office or paid lo the candidate In person.
1027 NUUANU STREET
Up'tO'data Millinery and Men'e Hate
The Special Offer
I'or ten iliijs mil), hirlnnliii; Mnniliiy, .May C, mill enillnt,' Mil)- III, ul lltllll I'. .II- In addition In the inle flun on suli
mtIiIIiiiii uiroritlin; to Hie iiljuie schedule, lie iniike to ciuilosliiiiN Iho follonlin; offer:
iVe Mill kIw inch mill eury iinlelanl nn extra liullnt of ".",ll()l) lules uliu turn lulu the llienliii; lliillillu ol'llre llin
lien tuilie iiiiinth dully Nuhcrlitlons, or .10 new ieclly uliMrlillous for one year emli, liilueen Mondny, .May" (I mid
'I'liursilay, Jin) 1(1.
We n II I (,-lie earli anil eiery eonlestiint mi extra liullnt of ,'I7,.II0 tote uliu turn In lit 4- lien six inoiiliis Miltx-rljit tons
lietiiern tlio nlinie dates, or 1," neiv ineKly huhserlpllons for one )iar each,
'Mils Is nn iii)orlunlly to ealcli tho leaders, 'lake ndrnntnKi- of II. Yearly subscriptions count tno for six months.
This-Is nil opportunity to get extra Kites liy n little effort. '
The subscriptions should not he held hark until the last day, but should be turned In us soon us secured. An ncciir.
ute account nlll bo kept of nil subscriptions turned In by contestants.
The contest department ulll Issue extra ballots ufler this offer closes mill mull same to contestants entitled to iliciii.
Caiiilliliiles ore not reslrlcleil ns to the number of clubs they secure hut ulil bo ell en credit for nil they secure.
Jlxlcuded Subscriptions-Any lieu subscriber iiliuhas hiibscrilied ilurlm; the contest for u short time may xlijul
his Mibsrrlpllnu nnd still be considered u lien suhscrllicr uuil (lie iiiiiulicr of mouths nuld ulil uppl) oji this special
offer- Murk stub, second pajmcnl.
Tno.)ear- ncekly or dull) subscriptions n III coiiiil as tlio years on offer, l.llanlse luiiccr term subscriptions irlll
count ns so miiiiy )cnrs on offer.
Contest Department, EVENING BULLETIN, Honolulu, T.H.
H. YotiliR, 2nd I.t. .13. I.. SSInn, MrB. O.
W. Hell anil two children. Mr. II. C.
llonnyenBtle and two children, I'hnrleJ
(), llnyuton, Mlm Manic O. Johnson,
.Mrx. U. w. Ryther nnd three children,
.Mrs. . v. Sibley, Mr. V. II. Tnhlii
nuil iliuiKlitcr, t'uiit. t. 1". Arnilstend,
t'npt. l.ueliiM-C. llcnnctt nml wife. Atl
M. (J. Ilrainhllii, MuJ. A. P. lliillliiRton.
1st I.t. II. M. Cooper, 1st I.t. Ward
Dabney. wife and son; 2nd I.t. J. S.
Pu'vls, 1st I.t. II. n. Olaf.nl Cnpt. C. 1J.
lluniphrey, 1st I.t, llerimrd Lent!!,
Cnpt. Clcnnrd McUiiiRhlln, wlfo nnd
iluiiKhter; I.t. Cnl. C. It. .N'nycH, wife
nnd children; Cnpt. J. II. IMse, 2nd I.t.
fl M. I'nrker, 1st I.t. It. T. Kinney, 1st
I.t i. K. Itoekwcll, Cupt. K. H. ftnyer,
1st I.t. W. n. Keotl, wife und ilaiiBh
ter: dipt. Cromwell Stneey, 2nd I.t.
V. It. Taliaferro. 2nd I.t. II. L. Tny
lor, Cnpt. R. II. Van Domini, 1st I.t.
J. II. WooIiuiUKli, Mrn. II. M. .Cooper
and son, Cnpt. Allen Parker and wife,
Cnpt a. S. TIITnny nnd wife. Col. O.
S. Voiiiib, wife, iliiURhter and sister-in-law.
Per Htmr. Miiunn Ken, from llllo
nnd way ports V. Tanuuzzluc and
wife. Misses TiiKliazzliH- (2), J. Tun
nlellffe and wife, 1'. . I.ennnl. Mrs.
J. C Stone. Miss M. Coulter. Miss It.
M. Porter, Mrs. K. I.. Porter. .Miss K.
C McCiilloiiglr, C. Worth nnd wife, K.
Mlinasu and son. J. S. Ilarsle, Mrs. J.
leiil and noil, V KnlRht, M. I (irn
limn, K. cs. Know, J. A. Dunbar, n. !.
Wllllanis, i:. A. Soiithwnrtli, C. S.
The- United States Army Kimltieero
uro now ciiRaRed In the suiiicwhiit
lenRthy operation of marking unit de
llnliiR with suitable monuments tlio
Hues of the several small Roceruiueiit
reservations .In nnd iiroiind tho city
Surveying parties arc out from fori
De Hussy every day, nnd the work Is
There Is 'a small piece of Rovem
inent land ut the foot of Dlamiinil Head,
where an artesian well was sunk some
tlmo uro. This Is known us the Ku
pnhulii reservation, und until now Its
boundaries huve not been staked out.
There uro also tho small reserxiillmis
on Punchbowl, Unimdtnp and SiiKiir
louf, which will soon have Uncle Sam's
trademark In evidence.
FOR PAL0L0 WATERSHED
Assistant Attorney General Smith Is
onmiRcil today In preparing n petition
for condemnation proceedings to bo
taken against lauds, sought by tho
Territory In Palolo valley for water
works and watershed. Tho Legislature
appropriated $J0',()()n for the purehaso
of this property, which Involves uboul
1187 ncreR of land, dlvldnd Into uboul
twenty-eight pieces. Tho petition
probably will bo filed Mondny or Tuesday.
Hill Ir III Want Ad nlll find If.
Who owns that
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