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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,T. H, MONDAY, MAY 27, 1912.
Ilaiviill.iii I IrM Hi cm-.
lnli.i liiiili ISi ktil.ir.
All Tliltlnt memoirs ol tat
ejrder aro ordlally tnvtteil U
attend mectlnrs of local ledge
Meet on the
u'inl and llli
ill h. P. Hull
"s:m r. 31.
aliill) I in lie..
1V. Mrhl.M.n l.dlldi:, X). 8,
u. of r.
Mo ts evi rv 2nd mill 4th Satur
I dm evening at T 30 o'clock in
'K hi r Hall, cor Tort and
IliM'i.inii Visiting brothels
cortllall) Invited to attend
a r ui:tm, c c.
1' 1'. KILUF.Y, K. R. s
ho.noi.i'i.u i.oiHii:, ok;, 11. i o. 1:.
Honolulu Ixidgo No GIG,
B P O Elks, meets In
their lmll, on King St,
near Fort, every Frldn)
evenlug Visiting Broth
ers nro cordially invited
a v murphy, n n.
II I'L'N'SIIDU, Sec.
oAiiu mi ih: i: o. i, k. of r.
. Meets every Hrst und third Trl-
3day nt 7 30 o clock, Pythian
Hall, corner llcrctanln and
Fort streets VlslUng brotlicrt
cordially Invited to nttend
I- A HWVKINH, C C
a iiniNn, k nf n. it s.
HAWAIIAN' THIHE SO. 1, I. O. It. 31.
Meets ciory first und third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hall, I O. 0. F
building, vliitlng brothers
cordially InWted to attend
IIRNRY A ASCII, Sachem
LOUIS A P12RRY, C. of R
HOMiM'i.r u;iiii: no, v. o. k.
JVSj Meets on sttcond and fourth
WK Wednesday evening of each
apt1 month nt 7-30 o'clock. Ir
K of I' Hall, corner Fort
and Beretnnla Visiting brothers aro
InMtcd to ultcnd
WM JONES, W. P.
J W ASCII, Secy.
HO.MJM'MJ LODHK 0. 600,
I,. 0. 0. 3IM
will meet In Odd Fellows' building
Fort street, near King ovory Frldaj
evening at 7 30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMBROSE J WIRTZ, Dictator.
12. A JACOUSON, Secretary
Importer Fort St
Just received by S. S. Sierra, the
very latest in fancy TAILORED
LINEN SUITS) also ONE PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
HIGH . CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT 8TREET
BCAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at tho
Boston Block, Second Floor
1027 NUUANU 8TREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men's Hats
.Vm k ,
(Additional Shipping on Page 8)
PHILIPPINES REPRESENTATIVE WILL
Passenger In the Chiyo Maru and En Route to the Mainland
Backed By Commercial Bodies Mail for Coast Closes
Tomorrow Morning Sugar Received By Inter-Island
Vessels Latiching of Low Submarine This Afternoon.
1 M Swllror wlio is nl the head ot her of people than Hip regulation life
i he Pin Ilk Ciiininerrlnl Company, onojbont," sns this olllcial.
i.f the largest American Importing "Whllo living up to the letter of tho
.Inns doing business In the Philippine
Islands Is u ihiough pnsscngor In lho boats, oars nre all that nro really
I'on Kixen Knlslm liner Chljo Mnru, needed on these small boats, when a
wlili It called nl Honolulu this morning! pnssengor simmer is engaged in the
in route to Snn l'ranriscii. Mr Swlt- Island trade," ho said. "At tho most
or 1 1 one of thiee Inllueiitlnl business It would not be hut n few hours until
men of Manila, I I., who nre empnwthe occupants of tho lifeboats would
ered to carrj a memorial to Washing- be picked up by some other vessel. So
ion which on arrlal there will be len-j the spneo taken up with tho useless
I'ereil to the Postmaster General of gear spoclllcil could ho left for tho
the I'nlteil Stntes. passengers anil crew
ManlPi business Interests, or nt "It Is right and proper for the life
Nasi the American element, nre now, boats lo be ctpilppcd fully with ra
il" the opinion Hint their Interests can lions, nun as nnd other genr when
nlv be properly served through the, steamers nro plying In tho offshore
establishment of n direct line of steam-. trade, running, for Instance, from here
or between the United Stntes and Ilia! to Snn Francisco, the Orient or Aus
Philippine Islands. Itrnlln If shipwrecked tho passengers
Mr. Swltzer is authorized lo show-Ion Htenmeis of this sort aro likely lo
the Washington authorities' that for
ncarl fourteen enrs the Clovernmcntiforc being rescued.
of the I'nlteil Stntes has been In con
irol of tho Philippine Islands. Through
mt this period the Islands liao in nil
mutters affecting their oxtcrnnl rela
tions and nffnlrs been dependent en
Irel) upon the Dulled State Prior
i iiiiiviuiui iHiiiinuniii 1 1 ii- xuiiiui'iiu
rming iieineen ine two coiinirien
was smnll nnd unlmporlnnt. rlour
Kim iiciiuiuiiui t'iu mo urn iniiiiucin
h me I'niicu acnies in general uso in
tho Islands nnd purchases of these,
tilth were usually mndo through
Hongkong, ndded to what few miscel
laneous Items there were, barely
cached u halt n million dollnrn In n
cur. Some Philippine hemp and su
gar was token by tho United Stntes,
but It usually passed through Euro
pean channels nnd, generally speak
ing, Ihero was no direct commcrco ex
isting. American administration of the nf-
'airs or the Islnnds has resulted In n
comparatively extensive development
if Interchanging trade as well as the
.choral trnde of the Islnnds, which is
fast assuming Imporlnnl proportions,
mid its great value to tho future com
merte of both countries Is over press
ing more strongly for recognition
Tho Manila businessman who Is to
rn) a Honolulu visitor nnd who will
endenor to enlist tho cooperation of
Honolulu shipping people, is prepared
lo show that In. nil commercial trans
actions lime Is nn clement of vital m-
porlnnre and nny reduction effected In
he timo required for transmission of
nali nnd merchandise effects also n
ureci saving in encnso nnu in inoi'"
capital required lo llnanco business
iperntlons The Institution nf a direct
'Inn providing n regular service at
hnrt iutervnls could lint fnll to great
ly assist and stimulate commerce be
tween tho United States nnd tho Phi'.
Ipplncs, at tho same tlmo serving as
i conveulento In tho public and nn
ndded Incentive to a more rapid dnvcl-
pment of tho resources nf tho Islands
und Improvement In tho economic con
dition of their people.
The ('hl)o Mnru slenmed across I ho
I'nulllc In smooth sens and pleasant
v eat her, according to reports brought
by her olllters. Sho brought n largo
lumber of pasnengcrs for this port. In-
lulling 21 cabin, 0 second class and
'SO Asiatic steerage. Of tho latter aro
122 Filipinos, Including !I2 men, 10 wo
men and 14 children, who nro brought
here to Inko up work on Inland sugar
isttites Tho through passenger list
nrludcH 101 cabin, 49 second class and
20.1 Asiatic sleerngo passengers. One.
Inpaucho stowuwny was iiueurlheil nf
cr tho vessel cleared Yokohama. Ho
will bo kept under detention awaiting
in optinrtnnlty of transfer to another
'npnneso vessel returning lo tho
oast of Asia.
Ttwi txlvt fnrii a In unll fir Qnn'
lHllir I Hi i tit tft n'lnnlr IciinirFAis
i iiiui iuiw ui it if .ivrv,n iiniiiMMin
miriil II iv (nlliirr fi f n 1 1 llol if In Vfivnf'
nassciigcrs. Tho liner Is
being ills -
barged nf about seven hundred Inns
'iriental cargo. Including gunnies, sn),
inpancso provisions, nnd curios.
The Chlyo Is well laden with a val-
nahlo cargo, of which 07.1 bales silk,
2S80 bales malting, 2114 ehosts lea,
mil sundries mnko up a portion. Tho
vessel is berthed at Alakca wharf
Inter-Island Adda More. Lifeboats
'"I here nt o In ho found moro bonis
mil n bettor life saving equipment on
oard tho several luler-lslmul steam-
rs than provided by nny other lino
i slenni trnR mnklng the port of Ho
nolulu.' declared n well posted shli
.ilngmnn nnd port olllcial today.
I no mtor island homo vveoks ago
inn based four largo lifeboats brought
o Honolulu In tho nritlsh immigrant
tcuinshlp Ilnrpallon Thcso boats
aro lying at lllshop wharf Thoy will
bo given a general overhauling, nnd
when this work Is dono thoy will af
ford grcntl) Increased boat ago for
passengers and crows of somo of the
larger lnltr Island steamers
"Tho Hawaiian Intor-Iblmul trade Is
fortuunte In provisions made for tar
lug for passengers and clow of steam
ers. Tho heavy "whale", or cargo,
boats carried on tho coasting steam-
eis aro nf such size that thoy ran eas
ily accommodate a much larger mini-
.Ai.j. Aliw ,.i.,aaS.JaiitojSri.WWiJN,
law regarding the outlining nf Its.
he nt sen In open boats for dajs be
Island Steamers Bring Much Sugar,
Considerable sugar has nrrhrd in
tho several Inter-Island steamers. Tho
Wallele, fi mil llnnokna and Kukulha'
nln lirmit-lil KClfi nnr-lfii aii-nr. Til lining
I, ,l. o ,..,,, linrrnls nni! 4 linplf.
.,i,i tm ,00i ,, in,
n,, ,.,i,..- ,. m, ,nm. ri .,,, ,i,n
Tlln ,,.,, frnm Ka,.., 1)nrlB wn.
Sunday arrival with fir.00 sugar, 240
sacks nwn loot, and sundries. Tho
Hall met with light winds and smooth
sens. Iter olllcers report the steamer
Nllhnu discharging coal nn dluinber at
Tho Mlkalmla, with somo sugnr, SO
head cattle, 01 pigs, 1 horse, 14 crates
thickens, 11 crates eggs nnd 110 pack
ages sundries, was a Sunday nrrlval,
This vessel met with good weather on
her homeward trip.
Another arrival on Sunday was I ho
Klnnu, from Knunl ports with 7000
sacks sugar, SO sucks rice, 34 empty
drums, &S hales hides, 210 head sheep,
20 head cattle, anil 107 packages sun
I'ioiii tho steamer Mnul Indny thern
wero disc Imrgcil 10,914 sacks sugar
and HO head inttlo brought from Ka
Longshoremen Appoint Honolulans.
Several Honolulans wero chosen In
tho format Ion of tho list of directors
' U'0 International Longshoremen's
Union, which bus closed its sessions
As n result of the visit of John Wil
son of this city ns a delegate repre
seutlng tho Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii
will hnvo reprcsentnllon nt tho Inter
nntlcuinl convention to bn held nt Port
'lliirnn l InU A, II. la innnllni, ll
,', .,. .,.., j, .l (ittn ,,.. 1.1, ,, w,
i:willko will lcpruscut tho local
In tho election of olllcers for tho
)enr tho following wero named: John
Kean, picsldenl of Pntlllc district; W.
T. Morris, vlco president; nnd J. A.
Mnilson, secrctnry nnd treasurer. Tho
hoard of dlrettors P. Fisher nnd II.
Hughes of British Columbia, R. Taylor
and (!. Hanson of Washington, C. tin!
gale and C It. Thompson of Oregon,
W Shnrp nnd J. Ciimmlngs or Cnllfor.
liln, Mmrls Keohoknlnlc and John Wll
sou of thq llawnllau Islands,
Philippine Sugar Hat Reached the
An IminciibO enrgo nf sugar from
llio Philippines tins reached tho Pn
cllle Coast rcllnerles with Ilia urrivul
of the big Pnclllc Mall ficlghtcr Al
wtr Vi utintitiii tjria fnrt V.iTin iln vu
frnm Ainila. via Hollo thlrty-threo
,,. .,., i,lr ,rrir i1Ppi,t n
cargo, lucludlng 253,049
i hngs of sugar and 22,102 bags of co
On her nutwaril voyngo tho
. ulniihiti. tni1r n linninii.n alilnniAnl it
' .,,,, , ,i. (Wlnnl Hnnlnln Wntsnn
,p(, a, UI1(,on,flll voynKO homo
across tho Paclllc. On May 11th nt
10 a. m. tho Algon spoko tho schooner
Schome, en routo from Antofugasln
Siberia Has Small Cargo.
Tho Paclnc Mall liner Siberia, from
San Francisco and duo to nrrlvo nt the
port ently Friday morning, Is repented
ns bringing COO tons mainland cargo
lor illsehargo at this port. Tho Sibe
ria will berth at Alakea wharf, accord
Ing lo advices recolvcd nt tho agency
of II Hue MeM fc Co.
Nile Bringing Comedians and Cargo.
Cargo from Oriental ports to tho
amount of llifl tons nnd a merry
bunch of musical comedians connected
with tho Hughes Musical Comedy Co,
will arrive at Honolulu on Juno 4th In
Ihe Pntlfle Mali liner Nile. Tho Nile
will berth at Alakea wharf,
W. C. PEACOCK & CO, LTD.
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
Merchant, Near Fort
Temperature- On in , 72. 8 n in ,
71; 10 a in, 75, noon, 77, minimum
last night, 70.
Wind 0 n in, etoclty II, direction
I!; 8 n. in., eloclty 12. direction N.
12 , 10 n m., eloclty 7 direction N
12 ; noon, voloclty Hi. direction N 12
Tolnl wind movement for past 21
houis, 182 liillen.
lSuipiiiotcr at 8m in., 30 1C; daw
point nl 7 n in , C; relative humidity
8 n m,, St J absolute humid", 8 n in ,
hours. .04 Inch,
dm In? paHt 21
VESSELS TO AND
(Spcclnl Cable to .Merchants'
PORT SAN I.U18
S, R. Lansing, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed.
bk. R P. Rlthel, for Honolulu
Sailed, May 2K. sehr Annie John
son, for Mahukonn
Arrived, Mny 27. .1 in a. m 8. S.
Manchuria, hence Mn 21.
SAN PIODHO Arrived. Mny 2fi, acht
Hawnll, henco May 0
8KATTI.12 Sailed. Ma 25, S. S. Vlr-
glntnn, for Honolulu
MAIIUKONA Snllecl Ma 21, hkln.
Hawaii, for Sail Francisco
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Ma 2.1. S. S.
Nile, for Honolulu.
S. S. Chlyn Mnru sails for S.m I 'ran
tlsco tomorrow nl in n in.
A number of louilsts nre numbwred
among the pinspettlve pnssengcis
booked for departure In the Inler-Isl
and steamer Maunn Ken tomorrow
morning. , Tho Maunn Kea will sail at
10 o'clock, taking besides a fnlr list
of pnsscngcrs the usual accumulation
of freight for regulnr ports of call be
tween Honolulu nnd Hilo. Tho steam
er Kllnuea is to depart for Konn nnd
Knu at noon. The Mlkalmla, with
passengers and freight for Maul, Mo
lokal and Lannt ports, will sail nt 5
o'clock followed by the stentner Klnnu
for Kauai ports,
Hyades To Sail from Hilo on
Sajunlny will probably see tho de
parture of tho Matson Nnvlgallon
steamer Hyndo from Hilo with dcsll
nation ns San Francisco Tho l!)ndos
Is taking on sugnr nt island ports. Tho
vessel will not Inkc molasses on this
trip, so it Is staled nt tho office ot
Castlo K. Cooke. Tho I hades will bo
supplied with MOO tons sugnr by tho
llmo tho vessel Is dispatched for tho
Virginian H?s Late New York Cargo.
According lo nuvlccs received uy t,.
P. Morse, general freight agent for
tho Amcrlcnn-IInwnllfin Une, tho
frolghlcr Virginian, which Is duo lo
nrrlvo hero nn Juno'Ilrd, will bring
vvost-hound New York enrgos 273 nnd
274. which left tho Fast coast of tho
United Slates on April Cth In tho Ore
gonlnn nnd April 13th In tho Texan.
Tho Virginian nlso will bring San
Francisco nnd Puget Sound rrclghis.
Two steamers nnvo necn pinrcn cm
tho boith for departiiio today. The
lnler-lslaud steamer W. O Hall has
has been discharged or
ci ot a snipnicnt oi
m ....... .
r.r.ort sacks sugar
nrougm mini mu
Harden Island. This vessel will be
dispatched for usual Kauai ports on or
nbout 5 o'clock this evening The No
eau Is on tho boards for departure for
windward Kaual ports nt Ii o'tlotk to
night, Inking freight and mnlls.
Mlssaurlan Heard From.
Tim Ainnrlenii-IInwalinn freighter
MIsMourlun, wllli n largo general tnr -
go from tho cast coast of tho United
states as well ns freight gatnercu ai
San Frnm Isco nnd Sound ports, Is duo
lo sail from Seattle on Juno nth destin
ed for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Sugar aw all Ing shipment on Knunl
Includes tho following, according lo a
leport received In Ibis city by the nr
ilval of the sleamor Klnair KSM
3.10, MAK 23,000, VK 7!i0. Mcll 40,000,
KK1I 0000, KP 13,000, G< 0200, nnd
LP 10,0110 sacks.
Sugar on Hawaii.
Tho following sugar is iiwiuiiuk
shipment on Hawaii, according In 10-
ports brought hero by tho officers In
the steamer Wallele: llonukaa Iluol,
I aniihau 17.1U0, kiikuiuu utou, i - aiiiu -
lo 22,200, Kukulhaelo 7300 sacks.
Port Allen Shipping.
Tho Ainorlran schoonor Mlnnin 12.
Calno was reported as bolng discharg
ed of n shipment of lumber at Port
Allen during tho tlmo tho steamer
Hnll and tho Klnnu called at that port.
Mn-lnn r.hllrntt Due. I
With 17,000 barrels fuel nil tho
American ship Marlon Chllcott Is duo
to nrrlvo dally at this port. This ves
sol brings oil conslgnocl to tho Asso
elated Oil Company,
Schooner Repeat with Lumber.
Shipping mon uro dally expecting
tho American schooner Repent with a
full shipment of lumber, now 31 days
from Tacoma, Wash,
T i'.ssi:n(u:iis aihhvkd j
Per T K. K. S. S. Chlyo Maru, from
Hongkong via Japan ports. May 27
For Honolulu P Hlagden, Mrs. P.
Ilhigclen, A J. Katon. Mrs. A J. 12ut
nn, Ralph 12iiton, i:rncst I2atnn, Miss
Fllzahelh I2aton, Master Hurry 12ntpn,
Miss II L. Gtirton, MIbs M. L. Hop
per, Miss 12 T. Hopper. S. Kntsukt,'
MIbs Iva Meruer, H. PfellTer, Mis. II.
Pfellfcr, Miss M. L. Poterson. S. Ba
takl, T Sasaki, K. Uyeila, L A. Wail,
Mrs h. A. Walt, Mrs, M. L. Wash-
hum. O. .1. Wills. Mrs C. J. Wills For
Snn Francisco W. Archer, T Asnno,
12. C Atkinson, .1. C. Itarnctl, II. 12
Gen on llernhnrdl, Mrs, on tlcrdhar
dl, 1). II lllakc. Mrs. W. Ilordwoll,
Miss II llonlwcll, Mrs. It. T. lioyvl,
I llrltr, Mrs I llrllz, Miss .1. II.
Ilrjnn and ninld, I,. A. llchler, N At,
Ilnrrclt. Mrs. V. W. tlllilo, Master F.
W lllhle, Miss Allto lllhle, Mrs. .1 It.
Cook and Infntil, (1. t, Chapman, Mrs
.1 Chard, A II Canliam, Mrs .1 12.
Davis, Miss M Davis, Miss It. Dolph,
It. T. Dolcn. .1 12 Dursloii, II I,.
Dennis, Mrs II I, Demos, Miss V.
Drums nml mnld, Miss 12. I2gnn, M
Flluskl, M. Hinder. Mrs M
Dr A Frank, Mrs, A Frank. J. Fu
nntsu, Mrs. J Fuimlsu. M P Ooold
IMrs M. P. flonlil, F. II tlrelg. 1. (lug
gcnhclm. F. W. HnM. Mrs. F. W.
IlIoM. Mrs. Trowbridge Hall, II. 12.
Illarrlss, Mrs II 12 llnrrlss. Miss D
llarrlss, Dr .1 n. llnnej. Mrs. .1 II.
Harvev, I Illrnnn. Mrs. K 12
'MIssD tliilchlson. Mrs. 1. It Howe,
Master 12. K Howe. J 12. Hinds, Mrs.
'.I 12 Hinds, Miss F M. ltolcomb, 11.
IF. Irliv. Pierre .ten Intel. 11. Knto. Dr.
I I). Kelly, Miss M Kimball, Mrs. S
Kohajnshl, II Kmililn. Mrs M S.
Lee,. Ralph I-co, Jno F t-gg, Mrs.
Ino. F l.ogg, R W lAiinnx, II N. Ii
tie). Mrs II. N.
t ..... Alt...... W tl
-',Loney. Jlrs. T. Mntsubara. F. 12.
Mcltligh, Mrs. F. 12. Mcllughh, Miss
C Mnllly, O. Maklse. Fdvvln McCleb
Ian, Mrs l.'dwln McClcllan
nn' ,,j', '
'. w.' ' . I
Mcdaughey, Paul Mosser,
Messcr and native servnnt. Miss Paul-
Ino Mcsser. Miss txils Moore, S. Ml-
)oshl, Dr II. V. M.vnderse, Mrs H.
V. M)ndcrse, M. S. New corn. Mrs M
S Newcorn, II. Nlshl. Mrs. II Nlshl,
Y. Nlshl. W. O. Nelll. Dr. A. Ochler,
Dr. R. Oehlor, K. Okl, 12. S Page,
Mrs. 12. S. Page. Miss J. Pnrkcr, 12. II.
Parrlsh, Miss M. A. Palcrson, J. Pa
)aual, Judge J. S. Powell, A I, Rue,
T .M. Ross T. Sakauchl, Miss I,. Slo
cum, Miss A. D. Slocum, Dr. R. Scho
cler. Miss L. M Seeds. Miss T Smith.
Miss R Smith, Miss I,. Smith, Mrs.
Martha Smith, It. D. 11. Smile, F L.
Stlmson, Mrs. T. .1. Stlmsoii, 0. W.
Strntlon, Mrs (1 W. titration, Miss
R. 12. Sutton. J. M. Swltzer, Mrs. J.
A. Spnuldlng. It A. Scran, Mrs. 12.
Slovall. Mrs II J Such, Y Tnkamnt-
su, II. Tsulsuml, W. M. Tapp, II. I).
Thoy, F Theller. A Ufenast, Mrs.
Don Waggoner, I; R Wlllnrd, Mrs. 12.
R. Wlllnrd. S II Woodbury, Mrs. S.
II. Woodbury Miss A Wynian, Miss
I, W)innn. II I) Warner, Miss M.
While, S It YaJImn, W Zublln, Mrs.
W. Zublln, Miss Alice Zublln.
AT THE HOTELS
W II Tlelvvtll; Ml und Mrs. 11
W Shores, San Francisco; W N
Stewart, I.lhue; 11 A Knudsen, Knunl;
Mr and Mrs Charles Hay, Liinnl; Mr
rknnd Mrs Ileadknlst, Wnlc-riown, O.
II Thompson, Kan lYnnclseo; Mr und
Mrs. M Rlsnsscr, Mr nnd Mrs II. V
MMidcrse, Mr Mini Jlrs Peter llrltj-,
.Mr mid Mrs IMvvln McClrllnii l.os
Angeles; N JI Ilirrctt, Manila.'
II K Dmirsoii, l.os Angeles;
Delor. T J l.lnioln, llllo.
Abe Loiilsson bns relleraled his nn-
rountement Hint under cerlnln condl
lions ho will ho n mndlilntc for Dole-
v......... ...,.... 1V.IV.
Kn0 t0 Congress on tho Repuhlicnu
nckel. Loulssem snys ho won't run
ngalnst Kiililo, IDs lmcst nnuounee
ment sa)H that "If tho chaotic status
of the Republican parly elarlllcs It-
self" ho Is wllllugMo accept tho nonil-
F.vcry day hilngs out n now list of
suggested City nnd County olllclals,
nsiinllv wlili iiimliitninu rr t..iin.
l offices tenlntlvely nomlnnled nlso.l
Robert W. Shlnglo Is running slrong
on Iheso tickets ns noinlneo for Mnyor.
Jnmes lllckuell has been put down ns
Auilllor on pracilcnlly every one.
WAILUKU. Maul, May 21 -Auditor I'"-'"''"' l bo good news to tho
Charles Wilcox look tho Mamm Kca 'anl1'"y. '" " '''"K 'erm of scr
for Honolulu Inst evening lo Inko tho vlco 1' Icmporary quarters.
Ilonolulnn for Ihe Coast today cm his
wn) as Maul County 8 nlternutc dele
gate to tho Republican National Con
vcntlon nt Chicago, to ho held In thnt
city tho mlddlo of next month. Depu
ty County Auditor 0. II Ciimmlngs
will hnvo full charge of tho Aiidltot's1
olllco during tho absence of his chief.)
Mr. Witfn Inlntulu llulllntr lild mln.'
tlc in Rhodo Island, whom ho hns
not 8Ccn KiIlro n(, wns t,cro i(,Ht, thlr-1
ty jears ago, and somo hnvo been
, Horn slnre,
nnd nlso tnko a flying trip
ihosvssiss r,rtt ",rk "cforo1
fContlnued from Page 1)
luess (his morning, but
Hint Judgo Btniiley woul
, ., , .
I I was round
dd be imnhlo to
attend tho morning session, his pies-l
onto being required as cnunsol at tho
Manuka silo condemnation suit In I
Federal Court A complcto rotnmls-j T SAKAUCHI, n passenger In tho
Blcm was dnfilred to cnnsldor tho prln- Jupnneso liner Chl)o Mnru, which
rlpnls' report, so that buslnoss was docked at tho Alakca wharf this morn
postponed to 1:30 this afternoon, tho lug, Is connected with the As.iun Co
Couimlsulniiors miantlmo passing on ment Works in Inpau
llio appointment nt now Instructors S K ATS UK I, fnther of Dr. Kalsukl
and le-nppolnliuent of present leach- of this city, was an nrrlval this morn
ers In tho various districts. i Ing from Inpnn in the ('hl)o Maru.
Tho list of nppolntmonts probably Mr Kntsukl will slay with his son dur
will he completed tomorrow morning. Ing his visit In Honolulu
' I T. ASANO, him of Picsldcnt Asnno
Mn)or Reeves offered u rownril of of tho To)o Klscn Kaiaha, arrived to
Jiouo for the arrest and conviction of dn) In tho Chlvo Maru ftom lapan. Ho
the person or person who set llio to Is going lo the Stntes on business, re
the cltv hall or any other building In turning lo Nippon, it Is said, after vis
Wiittrlnir) during tho past few elu) King In Furopo.
lutJkxlLM - . m, .a.t,
The Proilintloii Comlnlttrc has re
centlj received nssiirnnces of cooper
ation from it tiuiiilur nf railroads und
steniiiKhlp lines In booming llnvvall us
the garden spot of the world for tciui'
Ists Particularly In the Nnrlhvvct
mufli Is being done lo ndvertlse the
II W Ilrodle, general passenger
ngent of the ('nliadlin P.icllle tit Van
couver, II t. Is one of this imintry's
mint consistent friends The latet
thing be has done Is to nrrmige u spe
cial trip Croni VnucDiivir to Iliiwnll
on the Australian line, from llnwiill
luil, to Snn Francisco nml up the
mast on one of the 1'ncillc: t'n it
StcniuMilp Company liners lie is nlso
.booming Hawaii nil IhroiiKh the east
ern put of I'nliail i.
The Union St-nnililp ('oinp.in)'s
home otitic In Loudon has usked for
photos nnd literature, which hnvebeen
supplied, mid the Ciiuniliaii Paclllc
through Rolwon has asked nnd been
Hecrrliir) Wood of the Proniijtlon
Committee reports that alt through llici
Southwest there Is much nctlvlt)
i number of tourist nnd ticket agencies
are being established For Instance,
the Clllreiis' Trust and Rivlngs U ink
of l.os Angeles has established u
steamship department, nnd II F Rob
ertson, Its hustling tn.-lnigcr, lit oncei
tonlt up with Mr Wood plans for giv
ing Hawaii publicity.
TO COME HERE
The campaign started hv Secretary
Wood of the Promotion Committee to
place the advantages of llnvvall ns u
vacation re-sort beforo school teachers
of the mainland Is beginning to pro
duce, cnphutlc results Tills Is tho
llrst season when Mr Wood has been
able to tr) It out, nnd It Is working
nicely Already letters are mining In
on ever) in. ill pointing to u hlg Inllu-c
of teachers In June, Jul) mid August
. lleKlnning with school prlnclp i!s unci
supervisors nil over tho mainland, tho
coiuuillten secured the names of thciit
snnds of teachers A s)stciuntlc cam
paign to get tin-in Interested In lln
vvall ns u vacation spot vvns begun
This work hns been going on for
months, and now the vacation tlmo Is
"Tluro will be ninny teachers hero
this )ear," said Mr Wood today "In
fnct, travel of nil kinds Is going to tax
the capaelt) of the steamers this sum-iiie-r
from Indications now-"
That -the Fifth Cavalry will liefoio
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lonK " " Pcrmnnent qunrtnis n'
acnnueni imrrncKS Is indicated by a
i rau, reicivcil tMlt morning liy Cap-
,nl" ''' " Fdwnrds, constructing quar-
lermnsler, authorizing him to begin
eoiistriulloii work on sixteen doublo
rHn of olllcers' quarters on tho silo
already selected at Lcllehun.
Tli' order has been expected for
somo time, ns money has been avail
able for nt least a iiorllou of tho work.
When tho ordor camo several months
nKO '" B,nrt const ruction on tho In
i "u"ry qunrlcrs. it tnused consider-
nul urprl8e, ns it was gcnornlly
'thought that tho cavalry quarters and
harrac ks would bo built llrst, Tho
BUYS PAWAA LOT
The record of u purchaso of prop-
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jlumiiii.il i.iuliiii; 1.1,(111114117, iiiu iui
cluisor, was considering expansion
nnd might erect u substation on tho
liowly-ncqulreil plcto of ground. .Man
ager llophurn this morning, however,
denied this report, stating that the
lot has been purchased for ono of tho
company's employes but declining to
glvo nny further Information.
Tho land Is technically described
us Uit 8, Block II, Mngooii tract, nnd
I mis 3.18 feet west of tho boundary of
tho McCully tract It Liiutiilns 09.10
Milium feet, nnd was
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ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PORT
Tho next mall from the Const Is duo
to nrrlvo In the Siberia next Friday
The Persia of the Pnclllc Mali line,
which sailed from Honolulu on Mny
1 21 h, arrived nt Yokohama Inst Friday.
An n last word from tho Wllhelmlnii
on her present Vi)ngo lo Ihe Const
tho follow radio telegram hns been re
ceived. A mull for the mnlnlnnd Is In bo
dispatched In tho Japanese liner Chi
)o Mnru, lo sail for Snn Francisco lo
The trim bark Andrew Welch was
dispatched for Snn Frnntlsco )esler
day morning, tnklng lson ions sugnr
nnd a half dozen passengers.
M N. S. S. Wllhelmlna, en roulo
lrom Honolulu In Snn Frnnclsto, May
2.1, 8 p. m. 1182 tulles off Honolulu;
lino weather, sen smooth, nil well.
The International Ixnigshoretnetrs
Union hns dec Tiled upon Snn Pedro nn
the next place of meeting. Astoria,
Seattle, Victoria and Sail Francisco
wero In the race.
Tho Mntson steamer llllnulnn. with
cargo In transit for tho Hawaiian 1st-r-tuls.
Is reported to hnvo sniled from
Snn Francisco last Frhfay destined for
Seattle and Sound ports.
Tho Paclllc Mall liner Siberia, which
sailed from Snn Francisco nt I 30
Saturday afternoon, Is due In nrtlvo
at Honolulu nn tho way to tho Orient
nt dn) light Frldny morning.
The lnler-lslaud steamer W (! Hull
was sent In from Knunl nn a spcclnl
Irip. The vessel brought tifino sacks
ntignr. Tho Hnll Is lo ho dispatched
for the Garden Island this nfteiuoon.
Confirming tho prediction made In
tho Rut lot I n months ngo, Coast
advices stnto that tho five new steam
ers of tho American-Hawaiian Co aro
to bo named Peiinsylvnnlnu, Panama
nlnii, Minncsotnn, Monlaunn nnd Da
lcotnu. Of thcso new boats tho llrst
named two will ho added to the Pacif
ic service nnd the other three lo I ho
Atlnntlc. Pcruso tho Iliillclln If
you really want tho News!
Tho llrst "siibiniiilne" ever built In
the llawnllau Inlands vvns succcssfull)
launched this nfternoon from the wave
near the foot of Fort street.
Tho "subninrlni1," tblrty-llve feet 111
length, with n diameter of seven feet
und n prow likened to the end of it
largo cigar? took to the water of tho
b.irlicir without nny delay or illtllcull)
Tho queer-shaped craft was con
structed at the Honolulu Iron Wolks
und it Is to used In Ihe carrying of
flic I oil from Honolulu storage tanks
to Uik other side of the Island
Supervisor Dheu I,ov Is responsible
for the tnnstructlon of the "subini
rlue." now named "l.llib) Mas," which
will be taken In tow b) the Koeua ami
towed to ii point where the oil inn bo
transferred to tho pineapple cannery
operated by l.lbb), McNeil l.lliby
on wluilwnrd O.ihu The tanker i-io
can-) :2i barrels of oil, the fuel Is Ing
supplied and pumped through one large
The tank Is nlso lltteil with largo
bilge keels, which lire expected to In
sure steadiness In traveling bitweeu
Honolulu mid the other side of the is
liiiul The e raft will be towed b one
of tho Rbeii Low licet of launches
T, K. K.
TO BE BUILT
If the reports brought this morning
from Japan by the Chlyo Maru uru
true, then llio Toyo Klscn Knlslm lino
will have two larger stcuucia built
within tho noxt two or three jciih to
carry on the business of tho company
between Oriental mid occidental pints
With tho arrival of the Chl)o Maru
from Yokohama this morning, having
ns one of her passengers, T Asnno,
son of President S. As.ino of the Toyo
Klscn Kalsha, It was reported b) somo
of tho olllcers of tho stoamor thnt
young Asnno vvns on his way to tho
United States mid lhiiopu In place
ordors for tho construction of two
larger steamors for his futhci'a com
pany Asnno, who left tho hteaniur
Immediately after sho docked at the
Alakea wharf, could not be found llo
will stop over night at tho MochUukl
Storekeeper Kondo of the Chlyo
Mnru when nsked about tho mutter,
snld thnt young Asnno, who Is con
nected with tho Asnno Ceinunt Works,
which Is also owned by President As.i
no of tho T K. K , Is on a tour of tho
world on a business und pleasure hip
Other minor Japanese officers say Unit
)oung Asano Is mnklng tho I lip in
(ho Interests or his father's steamship
biislncbs, tho particular object being
lo urruiigo for tho constitution of tho
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Judge Whitney this moinlng ap
pointed David K 'Kelliplo giiuidl.in lor
tho ostalo or his inlnoi d.iughtiii, Map
Tho ratnlly of Inlin II Th.Dor, sec
onil vlco president of llio I'snnsylvii
nla Railroad, ono or tho Titanic vie
tlniH, will rccoivo nro Iiihuiuiico
amounting to $120,000.
St Paul's Chmch, Rostun, ror the
next 23 )eais, at least, will he tho
cathedral or the Episcopal diocese ot
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