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Pi. 2 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1912. ' " '"" "-" -'
l.ciilil llmpltr n. 2 0. I.
Honolulu DM Degree.
HllWItlllll Jlilnl lllL'KI.
lluniilliin Ihlrd Hetrei.
ll rtittiat memoir ol u.
Order are cordially Invited tti
attend mottlnvt of local ltdfct
Meet on tln
2ml mid llli
nl h. 1. Hull
7:S0 l. 31.
Mil. McklM.n KHJHE, M). 8,
li. f I'.
Meets everv 2nd and 4 Hi Sntur-
jdnv evening .il i JO ocloek In
'K "f I' Hull, (or I'ort and
ll(i imii Visiting - brothers
cordlsdy Inwieil to attend
r (miTZ.'ti. c.
V F MLI1L3Y, K It S.
iioMii.iM' i.oikji:, (iii), ii. p. o. i:.
.y-' Honolulu lxid go No GIG,
L fO D ' I:,kS' ""'etS ln
Wfc.2COT"t' tbelr hall, on King St .
ne.ir Port, every Frlduy
evening Visiting llroth
ors mo cordially invited
a i: u rimiy i: r.
ii dl'skhuf sic
OAIID I.ODflK M). I, K. of P.
xf5& Meets (very 'lrst nnd third Frl
ft' ST 'J. (lay at 7 10 ocloek. Pvthlnn
Hull, coiner llerotanln and I
Fori xtre.d. vi.iiin. i..n..ra
cordlnll) Invited to nttenJ
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I V HAWKINS f C
I) !inr K of K. . H
II IN l lltllli: Ml. 1, I. o. It. II.
Meets every first and third
Tuchdny of onth month. In
rrntetnlty Hall, I 0 0 V
building Vhitlng brothers
cordially lfiVltflno rattend:
1I13NUY A ASQII, Sachem
LOUIS A. PKItltY, C of H
Ho.Noi.n.r ieihe j lo, r. o. e.
Sfl3 Meets on second and fourth
ji'fc Wedueaday evening of each
month at 7 30 ocloek, Inj
K of P Hall, coiner rort
...... .,..,.,.... .miuuK uiuiuurH aru
Invited to attend
wji jom:s, w p.
J W ASCII, Secy.
IIONOM'M' LODKE M). 600,
I.. . . 31,
will meet In Odd Pcllows' building.
Port street, near King every Fridaj
evening at 7 .10 ocloik
Vlsltlng brothers cordially Invited
AMUrtOSH J WIUTZ, Dictator.
E A JACOIISO.V, Secretary
rni-nrirfoT" TTnvf 0 ' ro"",, ' " " tenluij'" was nsked
illlJJUi UC1 A' UI L OL'lho vlsllng newspaperman who bonrd-
nllhe Japanese, liner Shlnx) Mnru,
! ' i from Snn Prune Isui bound for tho Orl-
7 A T I u" "lla '"""ling
ttXn. V Sir One glaiue at jollj Prank Cavnrly
would plain) indluito Hint tho gonial
Just received by S b. Sierra, the iulicr in Iho jliltiyo Maru was cor
very latest m lancy TAILORED mini not entitled to Iho distinction
LINEN SUITS also ONE PIECE , of liavlng experienced a hundred win
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE tors
WAI8TS. It developed Hint Cnvnily has with
HIGH CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
MILTON i PARSONS
PHONE S088 FORT STREET
BCAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
' Are Always Found al tdes
Boston Block, Second Floor
1027 NUUANU STREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men' Hat)
Phone us your
(Additional Shipping on Page S)
HINYO MARU WILL CARRY
HUNDREDS OF LOCAL JAPANESE
Liner to Depart For Oriental Ports This Afternoon Titanic
Survivor a Passenger to Japan More Mail Thomas
Afforded Much to Interest Her Passengers on Trans-Pa-cific
Voyage to Portland More Opium Found In Siberia.
One of the largest delegitlons ot
Jipanose leivlng the Hitw.tlHn Islands
In m.in months will take their de
li irture for Dal Nippon thin afternoon
ns passengers In the foo Klsen Knl
sha liner Shiiijo Mam, which In
scheduled to pull nwnv from Alakca
wharf lit .1 oclork
I lie Inpanese are moinbois of n
pnttv which has been formed lieie, to
nink( a longthv lslt to the homeland
Tin numbers aro handled along tho
line of an excursion or touring party
The Shlnjb Mam nrried hero this
morning n veritable treasure ship In
the specie tanks of that cssel there.
Is stowed uu.li thirty-six huge boxes
TPU ,UMl K"" "''H'""- Tnis wealth
!lllno Ia Milut'd nt mcr olio and one-
I. ,lf fMlln ,nl(ll.a 11,.n l ...!.
. . itiitiiini .iifiii,,n( uinu in ..mull-
er consignment of silver amounting to
Cll bars which will bo left at either
blinngli il or Hongkong, which brings
ine total aiuo or previous metals car
rl(d In the Shlno to over two million
Tho Shln)i arrived off thu port at
tin earl) hour this morning Tho ves-
wii( c()urhu-im(Uhut.rcint,iiuujid or
freight for- Honolulu, being of foreign
Purser Cnvarly reports a flno trip
down from Sin Francisco Tho
weather was piuununcid us fine
A mall amounting to .117 sacks of
Liter correspondence and flics ur
lived The Slilnjo carries a rather light
rnrini. then, imimr 9r.no ihm IhIm.u,,,,
a number or nutoniolillos for dls-
charge at Shanghai.
Two lavover passengerH landed at
this port The through list liu hides
40 cnlilu, G'l second class and III the
Aslalh stieiago are 04 lapancso unit
Hi fine the departure of the Slilnjo
fioin s m I'niiiiisio u notllluitlon was
Incelvnl undei the dilution of Pres-
"lent Amino to tho effect that tho ir
utl (ufoiidl ii nl iii 1 1 (pi irantlne at
tins port must bo strictly observed by
all nllUers connected with tho T
K Hie legulatlon appllng to tho
I iuar.intlnlng of dogs lias been posted
in u (onsplnioiis placo on shipboard
Cnvarly Rounds Out a Century.
"Hid J oil kuow that C.ivnrlv liml
ino arrival or tho Sblnyo Maru this
morning completed his ono hundredth
visit to Honolulu Thcso calls vvoio
mado vvhllo ho was an nllkor with tho
Ocenulc Iho Paclllc Mall and, lastl
Willi tho Tci)o Klben Kalslin Prank
Cnvnrly Is ono of tho best known and
most popular puisers with whom local
Hhlpplugmtu and trnvelciH linvo t,o
meet Ho umphntlcnlly denied tnriuy
Hie oft repealed story circulated by a
morning uluct lhat ho Intended to
leavo Iho T K K. to Jako over tlio
piirMirlal Job In tho OSS Ventura
"The T K K l penly good onougli
for me," IiihIhIpiI Cavarly.
Things Happened on the Thomas.
'I hero wns hnnintlilnc dolm- .,n n,n
inlliini old Arm) transport Thomnslllat ho attempted to shoot tho becond'
nftrr that vossel had pulled away from
Honolulu nm stinted for Sun Francis
co by tho way of Portland, Oro Ac
cording to returns from tho ship re
ceived hero today by the 8hln)o Ma
ru tho Thomas landed Us troops, tho
21st Infantr), at tho Oregon port and
by making this extra call saved tho
cost mid trouble of transportation ov
erland riuin California to Oregon Ha
main Plrozoll nn onllsted man Jump
ed Into tho Columbia river whilo tho
ruiisport was ut Portland nnd wns
drowned Ills body wns recovered
mid wns turned over to the coroner ofi
ho Oregon city After leavlinr Port
land, A O Callahan, onother enlisted
man, Jumped ovorboard nnd was
drowned, and shortl) beforo tho ship
arrived nt San Francisco I, Lopez, a
conl passer, struck William Hood, n
water tondor, with nn iron vvieneb
tVLopez vvutf'lurned nveflo tho United
Stutcs marshal to await the outcome
1 i .,.,,
.( mmumiKUtm 1 '1 iimimti ijMMctfi.
1 ... j. 1 . v . . t- jM a.1
5. H. Love
of t lie Injur to Hood, who Is In the
general hospital nt tho Prasidlo In a
The two enlisted men who Jumped
overboard wero Insauo patients and
had been In the transport hospltnl tin
dor close guard throughout tho trip.
They both belonged to the lr.tb Infan
try While Iho transport was nl Nagasa
ki, Mrs O V Hell, wife of Captain
Pell of tho 11th liifantij, lost her
purse containing $100. Whether II
was stolen from her room on tho
transport during her absence or taken
from her pocket while ashore Mrs.
Hell does not know. '
More Opium Found on Siberia.
At (he tlmo or sailing of Iho Shlioo
Mnru from San Francisco for Hono
lulu Ciistolus Inspector 13. 13. I3nlow,
nicknamed "Paglo 13ed" I3nlow, made
another clever seizure of opium on tho
steamship Siberia whilo at San Fran
cisco, tho llnd being eighteen Una of
smoking opium valued nt $3G0. It was
owing to Hnlovv's shrewdness, coupled
vlt)ulil long pxpcrlcnt;?, thnt.the disced port with r.SHO tons sugnr destined
coverywas made.- -Imrrredlately-nflcr
mo arrest or Tlilid Officer C. II. Ken-
ney of the steamship Siberia bis room
wns searched by men from Iho special
ngcnis onico, nut nothing was found
ravo tho wrappers which hod Incased
tins of opium that bad been taken
away. Knlnw was not satisfied and
searched Hie room lilnibelf yesterday
morning. He observed In tho panel
ing behind a desk evidences that ono
of tlio panels had been tampered with.
Ho thereupon pried It open and found
jammed between tho paneling and tho
wnll eighteen fitael tins that had been
secreted thero by Kcnne).
Fireman Is Victim of Appendicitis.
A Jnpaneso llroninn fiom the Tojn
Klsen Knlslin liner Shlioo Mum died
yohlirdny afternoon, following an op
crallon for appendicitis, according tn
n loport brought to this port with tho
nrrlval or that vessol from Snn Fran
clsco tills morning.
I lie man had been found nillng soon
nfter lenvlng San Francisco. Dr. .1. S.
Mason, tho Hhlioo surgeon, was obllir.
cd to lake jiibiko of .tho taso. Tho
jutltnt was pielt) far gono and never
rained after tho operation.
Ills, romnlns wero sent ashore hero
and will ho cremated, A brother of
the clecensed, who Is dent lied with
Iho erqvv in tho Shln)ii, will Inter tako
chnrgo or tho nshps nnd return them
Fine Weather Along Kau and
Pino wenlher prevailed along tho
coast of aii and Unmukiiu during,
tho tlmo tho Inter.Islntid st. mnnr K'l
lauea loaded pud' discharged cargo
along lhat portion of tho lllg Island.
i no Kitauen is back from a pleasant
trip, nr nging two Backs sugar.' l'J
sacks coffee, 71 bunchcH bananas. 4(1
bales hides", 1 cow, 35 head cattle. 12
crates pigs, lu crates chickens, crates
turneys, a crates eggs '2rjG nackaKes
Mindiles and 1 auto. Tho vessel mot
with slropg trndes nnd rough soas at
Piinaluu. Tho liner brought a largo
list of cabin am) deck passengers.
Chief Officer In Trouble.
In a row which occurred at Hllo yes
terday tho mnto In tho American
schooner Frostier lluds that ho mnv bo
ill . . .. .. "I
?'. ": l'"y?'" "C"Rnegc.
mnto In tho Imrkontlno Kllkltnt. The.
trouble started n a light nshnro nnd
It Is snld to havo been carried to tho
decks of tho Kllkltnt by officers In tho
Helene Returned with Cattle.
Cattlo from tho ranges of llaunll.to
the number of 71 bend, with 12.12U
buciis sugar, wero included ns cargo
prougiu ny tho Intor-Islnnd stenmor
Helene Iho vessel brought frclcht
from ICnwnlhnn 'I hn ni!irr.ra riw,n
having encountered light trndes and
smooth seas. ' '
Kau Sugar Awaiting Shipment.
According to pursers report,
following sugar Is awaiting shipment. H Hose, W O Aiken, Mrs. Aiken, P.
at Kona and Kau poits along Hawnll Schmidt, Miss M, Kingsbury, S Kl
Hutchinson 8805, H A. Co , 8935, I mura, J 1) McVeigh. T, L. Gibson,
8 M. 5300, H. S Co. 10.000. Paaullo Miss Holt. 55 deck.
zu.iiou, KUKaiau '.), Paauhau 22,000
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uiknun i ji , j.i 1 1 ik. sua ju. iiLjuiiisiti . 1 o -
TIDES SUN AND MOON
IV MS HI
li(, M! 6.16
13", SI8 6 V
1 IV SIHl 610
mi ft IHl 01T
0CW (U.V M 6 3TI I V.
n.i 7iV ii : aw St)
First iiunrter of tlio union, May SI
Prlda May 21
Tcnipernlure-rG a in 70, S a in,
74; 1Q n. in., 70; 12 noon, 7S, minimum
last night, O,
Wind C a. in, velocity 4 direction
NI3.; 8 n. in,, vcloeli b, direction N
K.; 1 On. m., veloclt) 14, dliectlnu N,
13,; 12 noon, voloelt 12, dliectlou N
a b ts
F so S
DM' 3a 1$ la
i(vy p m nni3
m ;m :t o!)
' 8 16 10 766
w 0I 18 BIS
51 10 II 11,10
, p in.
51 ii (ii ii uao
85 IJ Ml I 3 11,65
' IM l.l
IWy' 2' """" 213'Pd forSuvaandsidnWenloy
iiiiivn .i l nfteriinnn.
I'aromcler at 8 n m .10 0 . Itela
llvo humidity 8 n in fit Dewpolntnt
S n, m , fl2., Absolule humlillty. 8 n.m ,
r. 802. nnliifnll past 21 hours, .0". In.
VESSELS TO AND
jjROM THE ISLANDS
(Special "Cable to Sferchnnls'
Friday, May 24.
NI3WCA8TLI3. NSW - Arrlvul.
May 22, ship Cumberland, heuco
TACO.MA Sailed Mny 21. schr. He
lone, for Honolulu
1IH.O Sailed, Mn 2.1, S. S Alaskan
for Salina Cruz.
S S. Rliluvn Mnru sails for Yokoha'
ma at .1 p. m. Indav
Hyades to Depart Saturday.
Some fast work will be dono III the
dlschnrgo of a big shipment of enrgn
brought to this port In tho Mntson
Navigation steamer II jades The 11
ades, with Captain Mndseu In com
mand ho rcllovlng Captain Young
grcn for ono trip nindo tho voyngo
from tho Sound without Incident. Tho
weather was not rough considering
Iho tlmo of the enr Tho lludcs was
sent to tho rnllwn wharf to dls
chabrgo IIOOO tons general cargo nnd
IIOO.OOO feet of northwest lumber.
Castle & Cooke, tho local represent
atives for tho vessel, will dispatch tho
Iljndcs for San Francisco by way of
Port Allen, Knanapnll, Kahulul and
Hllo on Saturday evening. 'I be
Ltcnmer will denirt from tho Inst nnm.
for Cimst rcfncrlcs
Sblnyo Carries Traveling Chef,
A. If, Johnson Is n traveling chef
cmp!ocd by tho Ton Klsen Kalshn
tn mni n i-mrni inui.iinii .,r
vessels of the fleet ntnl ho Is a passon-1 ( rnwfonl, .Inmes Hair, Juvenile llos
,er In the Jin t Shlnyo Maru en routo1 !0"la" l,era Vo Mr- n'"1 Mr '' M.
lo the Far Khst. Chef Johnson will !romcr', Sclioflelil Ilarrncks, Mrs J
leave tho Shlnyo at ono of tho lapnii-l l,.I"1ie "r""". Pittsburg; .1. M. Cun
cse ports ami transfer to another;"l,1,!linm' cl,-
trans Pnclllc If K. K. stcrfmcr,
Tho Japanqsq lino hns for man)
months been pu)lng much nt lent Inn to
tho cuisine. Tho officers In the Shin
)o stnlo Hint tho management will not
Blop nt expense In making tho bervlco
tho best In tho Pacific.
Sugar Brought by Wallele.
The Inter Island steamer Wallcli,
nt. nrilvnl f.i.i. ir,.,lr.in n.,.1 l..b..l
.... .. .. ...... ..unin ,lrs j lt lopham. .Ir, Scholleld liar
haelo today has completed tlio dls- lntkH. MrH . w arrK ScliolloliI
cluugo of XS40 Backs sugar and fl Ilarrncks; Mrs. Huthereuttcr. Scholleld
packages sundries. Tho steamer re- irarrucks; Miss Hutherc utter. Scho-
urned with a now purser In charge of fl,.w ,nrrn,kH. Mi's. K. 8 Snow. Scho,
Iho olllce In the person of J Keku-lpM lirrnrk8t Win. llrnekelt nnd
own, who has Hucceedcd to the posl. wfc lr H M c. MrH j, ,: Salll
'"" r,,1l," VBC'lUMlV ")r- '""""Ifoiil. Porlsmoulh. Vn; C. M Do Va
Tho Wallele mot with flno weather u., if a v... iu a .i
...! .1 I....I ...
ui... niu.i.Fiii nviin lid uuiii uin- loin in-
Many Sail for the Orient.
Two hundred and forty-soven Japan
ose, besides tell cabin nnd llvo becond
class pashcngcig bad booked at tho
agency of Castlo & Cooko this nioin
Ing for n trip to tho Far Fast. Tho
vossel ts sailing for Japan and China
ports nt 3 o'clock this afternoon, tak
ing ono of tho largest lists of pnsseii.
gers to leave, hero In many months.
I PASM'.NIIEHS .UtltlYEI) I
Per T K K. 8. S. Shjnyo Maru, from
sor mid Infant, II. Ilrcdholl, II. Ilrod.
sk), C 11 Carter, I.. P. Colton. II
M. Dunn, P (Jetty, O. C. Ilniibeii, L.
) llargls, W. liny. Mrs. W. Hay, 11.1
F M. Odcrklrk. II, W
Iloblusnii, Mrs. II. W. Hobluson, I M,
lloss, F W. Swoltzer, Mrs. F W.
Sweltzcr, Ting Fan, Mrs. Ting Fan,
Prof P 1 Treat, C. 11. Wood, Mrs,
C. II Wood.
Per stmr. Kllauca, from Konn anil,
Kau ports, May 24. M. K Makekuu,
Mrs Makokau, J. P. Ilackfold, U.
Mncfarlano, W. M. QIITard, Jus. Kao-
n i ' n " a,,aJ;, 24;TI ,IIOn!"l ,J Vnl1 Mw, Seattle, P A. Admfslou,
lu II n.cdhofT, ".llro'Hky. Through Now ZtaUI1(1 r, A. Uostutl.nl, Now
1. i. wi '."'m S"8nM-.,ll,.iAl.,.";..1 Z'1: - II C'air. Walluku. K M
D. Ihirtlett Mrs F D. Itar ett Miss. W, val,,tll; ,; u, uvIn Kahulul;
A. 8 l.uzzell, (3. Fisber. W. Onuge. 8 Klllnol, Walluku, Itufus P, Spald
m. losono u. jcnnson, r. animii, n 11B( Kautt, H, K Smith and wife, Sau
V,nn"!;or?l,.,,M!,,'.W' l aVm'l'rniiclseo. Mrs. SK Smith. Snn
doren C W. Washington, b. S.Weiss prnnclseo; Mrs .Inc.. II Ilerrymnii,
lor hobo I A. Hoot. 1 or Iloug-I v, rsulllcs, Ky , Jnn T Ornver. Vcr
kong 1. C HloBscr, Mrs. 13 C. Illos- snlles. K'v ciln i iinm... ',h,ii.
ui, n i nutu, iirn ni. u. nmu, nuilo Zii.'lOU, Kukulail G'M 1, Ookula 9,
Hov S II Davis. G. Tnnnko, S. H.'JOn. Pinmnlnn 2.vnnn uwu
aicas, j i, Hiniin, u. Aioiuec no, u,
,. . . .. . .. .i
Illml, Miss 1.. Ackorman, Miss Alcarl,
Miss 13 Paris. St. C Sayros, Hov D
D. Wnllaco, Mrs, Wallaeo, Mrs )I I..
Iioss F Dainty, C I). Hall, Hov. W.
S Short. Miss M Sato, Iter A II
Weymouth. Hov J K Hodoll, Mrs It
Maul Adu nlll flna It,
K:hjutiJuvj&Adllhji ' t . uUntmr:t'Wi--,LM - i-a.-tLt,
ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PORT
A mall will bo dlspntciied foi Snn
irniiclsco noxt Tuesdny In tho .Inpnti
esc liner ChlVA .Mnru
Few cabin passengers look their do
I nrluro for Iho Orient from this port
in cno nuiiiyo .Mnru todnv,
Tho Inlor-Islnnd slenmcr Hall sail
cd for Kniial Ports Inst evenlnir. Ink
Ipg a fow passongcrs nnd a general
lino of supplies.
Tho Pnclllc Mall liner Siberia la Iho
next vessel from tho Const fo bring
uown a considerable quantity of mnll
This vessel Is duo to nrrHo on Mnv 31
Now Hint tho "sampan plllkla Is
peacefully settled," boisterous! color
ed socks and pnsslonnlo neckwear can
no trntlccl with Inipunlt) nlong tho wa
naroor uincer vveitn plnced a
stowaway on hoard tho Ilrltlsh steam
ship Mnrntnn bcfnio thai vessel de
Tho Clnildlno of tho Inter-Island
fleet will lie dispatched for Maul nnd
Hawaii ports of call nt f. o'clock this
evening. Inking passengers and a gen
Itodger To lor, Deputy Collector of
Customs liml boirdlng olllccr, who was
recently operated upon for appendicit
is, Is fast recovering and has hopes of
very soon getting back Into scrvjeo
Tho Mntson Navigation steamer ltd-
noiiiinn has lieon dlspntehed for Knlnt
lul lo Inko on n (iiinnllly of sugar dos
lined for San Francisco. Tlio llonolu
Inn ts expected back hero on Sunday
That .lapancso "fennonl" nllcgcd lo
bo holding swny nt Iho lower end of
Iho harbor has, In tho opinion of local
waterfront men, been nbout as up
strcperous and preposterous as tlio
sowing session or a Honolulu ladles
afternoon pink ten, a morning publica
tion to tho conlrar notwithstanding.
Ono of tho biggest crowds to witness
a departure of n trans Pacific liner In
man) months It Is predicted, will as
semble at Alnkea whnif nt 3 ocloek
this afternoon nt the sailing of tho
Milnyo Mnru ror Inpan ports with
over Unco hundred Japanese pisscn
rem from Honolulu, prominent among
vvnom is consul (icncrnl rjeno
Mr and Mis. W V Alkcu. Mnknwno,
Main; I.. Mncfnrlanc. Konn: W. S.
Short, Walluku; J. K. Model, Lahalna.
II K. Lang, Chns. Salisbury, Ocorgo
Hromlcy, Patsy Henry. Thorn Hellen.
Doris Catillcld. Lois McCason, Jack
unsnd, I)llo White, Illlllo O'Neill, Dai
sy Hudson, Flo McC)llng, I3thel Stod
ilnrd, Sluhboy JlcC)Ilng, Alice Kell
iiiI3lsln JlcCnrey, Inn Mitchell. Thai
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL.
At the AlcMinder Young Hotel regis
teled tills week
W W llciiton, Knliala, Miss Joseph
Ine Dcyo, Hllo; Jas Johnston, Hllo;
Miss Tnlnilo, Seotlnml; Mrs Alfred
Aloo ami maid, F S. Ann) ; Mrs (3 13.
Tn) man, F S Army; MIsh 13 Combs,
F. S Ainu, Mrs I J Plillllpson, F
S Amu Md 1.x. Trim IT C Ah......
I.. . . " """ '"!, , u. nuiij,
" ' . "" """ - "iminivi
Scholleld Ilarrncks; Joseph Archer.
cltv. Miss Mnrlo Pnync. Wnlmnnnlo:
1) W Dickey. San Francisco; F Crnw !
fold I.lhiio; T llrandt and wife. Wnl
men, Knunl; J II. Kelghtly nnd wife,
I. Mum; 13 l. Itrldgcwntcr and vvlfe,
Miunl; ino A Scott, Hllo; las Ogg,
Pahala, Miss 13. A TMnger, Snn Diego;
Mrs F W Tnylor, Paaullci; II 0
Plummci, Clt); F. J. Wchei. Oakland:
Mm. W It Horvey. Ixis Angoles; Miss
cnrrlo llervey, I,os Angeles. I J.
Wcekes, Sidney. N. S. W ; A Stahp,
8)dnov, N S V ; W W Sniindcis,
tho (.rent Iln)moml, Ml. and Mrs,
Frank Sluurt, Melbourne, U 13. (lib
son mid vvlfe. Ilobart, Tasmania; W,
os, y ; Jos. Thohaud, San Francisco;
'H p Wing, Stanford Fnlverslty, It 13
Ulchnrds Hllo, h A Hates, Miss 13d
,h Mansliold Scholleld ParrrnkV:
Henry II Morris. ScaMlo, It Lynch,
i-oniuuii, vv w aikoii mill wiro, Ma
Itawao, Maul, I,. Matfarlano, Konn:
Wm S Short. Walluku
Sllliar nvvnitltii- sliliimeiit tti ltn.vnll
includes the followlm;. n.enr.iini i.. ..
report brought with tho arrival of tho
steamor Helene Kukullmclo 5J00,
)0i.okaa lO.ood. Paauhau 22,000, Pn
- . - ' -
You must get Hie llullotln to
if el Iho News.
C. PEACOCK i CO, LTD.
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
Merchant, Near Fort
Committee Discusses Tenta
tive Plans for Municipal
'To maintain n continuity of Inter
est In Clenn-l'p Day. llo jicnulo of Ho
nolulu must show Interest or tho pub
lic olllclnls will lose It"
This little oplgrnm by Acting (lov
crnor Moll-Smith slginllzcd his nc
ccptnuee of the generalship of tho
next Clean-Ui Da), when It wns form
ally tendered lo him by tho executive
cominlttco of the Onhii Central I in
provement Committee yesteida) afler
noon Tho committee held n meeting
to nrrnngo details of the da)
Satiiidav, luuo IT., Is the (Into set
for the beginning of tho municipal
hoiiso-ctennliig. 13d Towso's plan for
Clenn-Fp Div wns taken as tho basis
of tho discussion, nnd the following
recomincnilntlous will he mndo to tho
Saturday, luno Hi, to be a day of
Initial Inspection and Instruction by
Inspectors, who will request nil house
holders to first get out rubbish nnd
dispose of It on or near tho premises;
Wednesday, June 19, Inspectors will
'mnko an Inspection of garbage collect
ed silica the preceding Snturdny nnd
will mnko a report thereon, which ro
porl will bo prepared during tho night,
so that the morning of Thuisday, .lime.
20, (which may bo a holiday), tho com
iniu.ee )IU kncjA oxnclly how many
tenuis should be scut tn a district In
order lo fncllltnlo tho Inoyclnont of
garbage; oq Sn(ijrday, June 22, lliuil In
spect Ion . J 4
Iho district organisation suggested
by Mr, Tow so In as follow si
1 von jtaiiini, urcslilctlt; 1?,A. Moll
SniltJi, matiagor'. Hxccutlvo 'coitlmll-
too- II. von'Dufnm, 13. A. .Mott Smith,
Ueo ( Oulhl, 13. A. Hermit, Win Wol
tors, llev Fr. Valentin, A I). Cnstro.
C W Ashrord, Sol Mnhclona. Doctor
llnlda, C K Al, Dr I S II. Pratt, F
J Kruger, Chas llustnce, Jr
First District Knlmiikl Improve
ment Club A F Clnrk.
Second District and IA Walkikl
Improvement Club Ins A Oilman,
A. M !rown. J II Ho)d, I I, Holt
Third District Mnnon Improvement
Club Ceo Q Guild, C. It Hemenway,
D. L Cnnkllug.
District IA Prospect Heights Im
provoment Club D. I. Wllhington,
Cj (. Owon, J M. Cnmara
District IU Mnklkl Improvement
Club Col C. J. McCarthy.
District 4C It II Ilooth,
District 4D A. W. Seabury.
Fifth District I3d Tow so. William
Henry, H. N, Dcnlsou, 0. K. Al, Doctor
District GA Auwalollmil Improve
ment Club: W. F. Wilson, A. 1). Cns
tro. District CU Col. J. W. Jones, II. I,.
District 7A Nuiianu Improvement
Club: Sninuol Parker, Oeo (t. Carter.
District 711 Kallhl Improvement
Club M F Peter, P. F. Hyun.
District 8A Sol. Mnhclona
District 811 las A. Until
District SC J A. Sclmack, 13. O'Sul
llvan, F Schnnck
District 81-C. C. James
Waterfront Captain Foster.
All the plans talked over yesterda)
wero merely tentative. Tho commer
cial bodies will bo consulted beforo
definitely arranging a cleanup da).
and President von Damm hns asked
ror n meeting In the Uovernor's office
next Moiidn) morning nt 1 o'clock, ut
which tho presidents of tho Chamber
of Commerce nnd tho Merchants' As-
sedation will ho Invited to bo present.
Yesterday tho members of tho execu
tive commltteo asked Acting Gov ei nor
Molt-Sinlth, 13d Tovvso nnd 13 A.
Hermit to bo present, but Mr, Hermit
wns unable to come,
Two temporary committees wero
nnmed )esterdny as follows
Finance- II. von Damm. 13. A Mott
Smith, Win. Wolters.
Districting Acting Gov. Mott Smith,
1 3d Towse.
FOR FREE SUGAR
WASHINGTON. I). C, May 17. Tho
Scnnto Finance Commltteo todn) au
thorized n fuvnrablo report on the
Lodge subslltuto for Iho House froo
sugar bill and nn unfavorable report
on tho so called Houso oxclso Income
tax bill, which proposed a tax on In
tomes lu oxeess ot $1000 a your. Tho
i.ougo sugar inn would ellmlnnto tho,noy disease nllci tho blx.th inontli.
i)iiit-ie-iiiiiu uiiu wuit-ii siunuurij irom
tho tnrirr, and leave (ho duties other
wise practically us at present.
Senator Simmons offered a substi
tute sugar bill prepared by tho Demo
erntle moinbers of tho commltteo. It
1 reposed n reduction of existing du
lies by about ono third, but wns voted
down by a strict party voto of G to 8.
Honator smootr who bad n bill of his
own, reserved tho right lo proscint It
In tho Scnnto. All tho bills would re-
servo ino 20 per cont. discount to Cu
ba. Tho committee poctionod ltn voto
ono tho wool tariff revision bill from
next Tuesday until noxt Thursday,
Ma) 21st Thero was no tlmo biiggost-,
cd by tho cominlttco for n votri In tho
Sennto on any of tho InrltT bills, nor!
nny renowen elfort toward effecting
adjournment of Congress before tho
national part) convontlons In Juno.
Tho Postmnster General's statement
shows Funds on deposit In 71GJ
postal savings hanks March 31 Inst nc.
grcgated 10,200,000 Of this amount
JG,437,t4l was on deposit in thirty two
titles each hav nc n n .1,. im, l",
more than IBoJooS." I,01,l,latlou of
A FIHKS, sugni holler of tho Pio
neer Mill Co, I.nhalnn, Maul, Is In Ho
C0I.0NI3I. 13 A HOOT, Hulled
Slnles Ami), Is a through passenger
In Iho Shlii)o to tile Fur Fast to tako
I AMPS 0(1(1, chief mill engineer of
tho llnwallnii Agricultural Co, nt Pa
liala, Hawaii, is In Honolulu for n few
K MHINCKI3, a well known Knit
nine her, Is In Honolulu preparing lo
leave on tlio Ilounlulan for n six
months' visit lo (Icrmnti).
"POP' SIMPSON will, nccordlng to
report, reopen tho Crater House next
week This popular establishment Is
nbout two miles below the Volcano
I.. I) IIAIIOIS, n Manila attorney
nnd ut one time nt the bead of the
Philippine Islands Tclophono Com
pany, ts n returning pnssengei In tho
II. W ItOlllNSON, nt tlio bend of n
large retail establishment In Los An
geles, Is (linking n tour of the Fur
Fast lu the Slilnjo Mnru, nceompinlod
b) (1 Fisher, as bujer
F D IIAItTI.HTT. representing tlio
American Trading Cnmpaii), with
hendqunrtcrs In Japan, is n through
passenger In the Shln)n Maru Ho Is
accompanied by Mrs Ilartlctt
MISS M It AI.I.13N, who Is u
through passenger In tlio .lupineso
liner Shlnyo Mnru. Is said will soon
become tlio hrldo of u prominent
American business man In Japan.
CAPTAIN 1IANNUM, corps or engi
neers, will nddress tlio Chiimbei of
CMnnloreri on the Panauin Ciituil somo
tlmo In June, upon a request of tho
t'linmbot- Qiadc to (Jen, Macomb
II MIIMJNN nnd J, M. Hoss are two
business men who piopot.e making ti
tour of the Orient, nqd aio through
passengers In, 'the Shlnyo M.uji, which
arrived froni'Sah rraucWcti this inorn
liiK. , c '
II OOOHINO PIKI.D hns been em
plo)ed b) the Hoard of Supervisor of
Hawaii County to undertake an culm
ination of tho clt)'s a (Tn Irs nlong tho
lino of tho Investigation Into (lie city
nnd county of Honolulu ',
MI3SSHS II I1UI3DHOPF and II
I1KODSKY, representing it mninliiinl
movlng-pictuio Illm s)ndlcate, left the
Shlii)o Maru at this port for u brief
stay They nro en routo to the Far
Fast to establish agencies
M HOSANO, n Jnpaneso business
man, a through passenger In tho Shln
)o Mnru, Is reported ns u survlvoi or
tho Ill-fated Titanic. I Insulin Ion tho
sinking ship ntuoiig the last of the
passengers llo wns picked up in tlio
last lifeboat, be nnd n sailor being tho
only men In n boat filled with women
MISS 1,1 LY ACKI3UMAN, a tone her
In tho public schools, returned to Ho
nolulu this morning from Kenlnkckua,
Konn, where she wns suddcnlv rnllccl
Into last week on account of tho illness
of her father, J D, Ackcrmnn Mi.
Ackorman la reported as rapid!) Im
proving after H short hut dangerous
WILLIAM OAUC1I3. former freight
clerk lu tho Pnclllc Mall liner Siberia,
hns Joined tho staff of tho American
Trading Cnmpnii) with headquarters
In Japan (lunge Is a passenger In
tho Shlii)o Mum and will leavo that
vessol at Yokohama, where ho will ns
sumo his now duties A a stcumshlp
man Gauge mudo u host of friepds nl
this port who will wish him well In
his new venture
llrlglit's DIseaso eoninionl) slniln
ns kldne) trouble lu fnel. the piitleul
does not know when Ho change is e f
fectril. for It nppears le be "nothliii;
lut kldno) trouble" all the time. Hut
v.bcn tho Clifinlst fliidj nlbumeii ho
l.upws tho truth. Pat Ictus, cnu login
to think c.r llrlglit's Dlsoisn when hid
ley Uoiiblo hangs on for si inonini.
Hut Ihero Is this linioiln'iL fiet lor
tlio patient to consldu If 'ho liillum
mutloii of the kidneys hangs on lougti
than tho sixth mouth It Is declined lu
curable, whether It becomes Ilrlglit'H
Disease or not Hence tho uasoii Ivhy
It Is bucIi n dangerous thing lo let
kldnuy tioublo run Tho (tenths mo
now upproathliig OO.OOO and Bteadlly
Tho uppearnnco of any kind of hid
ney tioublo should put the patient on
guard llo should llvo carefully mid
If ho does not llud carl) signs of yiold
Ing should comment e licutmint.
Hence Isn't II of tremendous lumen-
tuneo to tho kidney patient lo know
un agent Hint Is getting results in kid
Ask for booklet showing tho results
Fulton's llcuul Compound Is getting
In chronic and supposed Intiiiablo
Honolulu Drug Compaii) Is ngent.
Olnn was a popular st(Hs todn) lu
th( iimttir or puriluirca noted nt the
.Slink Hxcluinge session hut not popu
lar enough tn cause all) stiffening In
tho prlco from S ut which a niimbci
of blocks changed bands
A Ilttlo Mellrjele and Pioneer 11 1 o
was sold Olaa was strong between
hoards, but im compared to other dais
tho volume of trading was luther
Judgo John A llentlo), toiumlssloii.
ei of pensions under President Hayes,
'ormcr "n'0,B0'llltr l Wisconsin nnd
n0tr"'ear..t'Strlet Jlul0 '" Wovtio, died
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