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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 03, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Page 2, Image 2',
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Ati Tliltlm tnmi)ni oi tit
Ordtr art cordially loTlttd to
attend meetlnri of looal Itdc
Meet on tlie
'Jtnl nuil 4th
at K. 1'. Hall
7i3U V. 31.
MRINE F.N6INEEHS". '" u'
WEHEFICIAL ASUHOI. ciau..;
wm. Miki.M,i: i.oiiue, o. 8,
h. of r.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Satur
day evening at '7 20 o'clock In
K or I' Hull, cur Fort and
Ken-Lnila. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend
A F GI2KTZ, C C.
1' F K1LUBY. K. It. 9.
Honolulu i.oiKi u, r.i, it. r. o. k.
.Honolulu Ixjdgu No. C1C,
U l 0 121ks. meets In
their hull, on King St.,
near Fort, every Friday
evening. Visiting Hrotn
ers are cordially Invited
a b Muni'iiY, n. n.
II DUNSHL'n, Sec.
oAiiu i.oixu; mi. i, k. of r.
y(5,t MeetH every llrst and third Frl-t'S-flday
at 7.30 o'clock, Pythian
I Hull, corner llerctanlu and
Fort streets. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
1' A HAWKINS, O. C
O HKINi:, K. of H. & H.
HAWAIIAN TltlllK Ml. 1, I. 0. It. M.
Meets eery llrst and third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hall, I. O. O F.
building Vliitlng brothers
cordially Invited to attend
HENRY A ASCII, Sacl.em.
I.OUIS A. PBItKY, C. of II.
llO.MH.UI.U AllltIK 110, F. 0. E,
.Sflft) Meets on second and fourth
2lj" Weili'osdny evening of each
JM1- month at 7 SO o'clock, In
K of I' Hall, corner Fort
and Ucretiiula Visiting brothers are
Invited to utlend
WM jonhs, W. P.
J W ASCII, Secy.
HONOLULU I.ODIli: NO. 800,
I,. 0. I). 3U
will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Fort stieet, near King, every Frlduy
evening at 7 .10 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMHItOSII J WirtTZ, Dictator.
12. A JACOHSON, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
Doaton Block, Second Floor
HIGH . CLASS MILLINER.Y
Club Stablet Block
MRS. E. E. DAVI8. Proprietor
BGAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Aro Always Found at the
Just received by S. S. Sierra, the
, very lateit in fancy TAILORED
LINEN 8UITS1 alto ONE .PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
l 1027. NUUANU STREET
Up to-date Millinery and Men'a Halt
, (Additional Shipping on Pag S)
BIG AMERICAN LINERS FOR
Plans For a Direct Los Angeles
senger Service Again Revived Island Steamers Make
Port With Sugar Cargoes Marion Chilcott Ready for
Sea Nile Will Be an Early Arrival In the Morning.
That tho American liners Saint
Louis nnd Saint I'aul are to bo sent to
the western ocean and to be operated
In a direct Los Angeles-Honolulu serv
ice Is a report thnt Is being circulated
In local shipping circles agalti.
It was some months ago that u
company was formed on tho 1'uclllc
Coast which hud as Its main object
Hie management of a lino of steam-
ships between Southern California
cud tho Hawaiian Islands. At that
time tho venerable old bark Aldeu
Hesse was brought to the front and
center of the spotlight as tho pioneer
vessel of n ileet that would eventually
Incieasc with tho addition of steam
els. The Allien Hesse mado one or more
lnund trips nnd then degenerated Into
an anchored hulk figuring as tho scene
of niarlno "canned drama" manufac
tured by a well-known movlng-plcture
With the arrival of tho Pacific Mail
liner Siberia comes the rumor that the
feasibility of such a Hue, Including
Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francis-
en and Honolulu, has again been con
sidered In a favorable light by Pacific
Coast business Interests. From what
can be learned fiom those who have
recently spent somo time on the
Slope, It is almost certain thnt a lino
will bo In actual operation before
Shlppingmeii from New York nro
authority for tho statement that the
American lino was considering the
charter of the steameM St. Iouls and
At tho present time tho Matson,
Oceanic and I'aciflc Mall companies
mo the only ones running to Honolu
lu and Sail Fiauclsco thnt carry pas
Lurline Has BlgMall and Cargo.
The Matson Navigation steamer Lur
line Is bringing a large cargo and a
big mall from tho mainland according
to lato advices received at the agen
cy of Castle and Cooko this morning.
Tho Lurline Is oxpectcd lo arrive at
Honolulu from San Francisco early
Wednesday morning with 42 cabin and
! stcerago passengers, 302 sacks mall,
Gl packages oxpress matter, and 3322
tons general mainland cargo, Including
7 automobiles destined for local Im
The Lurllno will, following tho dls
charge of Honolulu freight, prScecd to
Kahulul, wheio GOO tons cargo will be
Tho steamer will berth at Hackfcld
Logan Took Quantity of Coal.
The United States Army transport
Ixigun, from Manila, was found to be
short of coal, and CtiO tons of this fuel
wns taken aboard beforo the big troop
Hhlp nailed for San Francisco at mid
night Saturday. Tho Logan Is carry
lug over twelvo hundred enlisted men
In transit from the Philippines to tho
homeland, Several of theso had to bo
rounded up before tho last line was
cast off and the vessel swung Into tho
stream. The Logan was filled with
cabin and dormitory passengers. A
big mall was dispatched for tho main
land In tho departing transport.
The following wireless messago has
been received by the agents of tho S.
S. Lurllno, bound for Honolulu from
S S. Lurline, .Juno 2, 8 p. m. 80.1
miles from port; line weather; all
well. For Honolulu 42 cabin passen
gers, 9 steerage passengers, 302 sacks
mall, Til packages Wells-Fargo oxpress
matter, 7 uutomoblles, 3322 tons caigo.
For Kahulul 000 tons cargo. Ship
will arilvo Wednesday morning and
dock at tho Hackfehl wharf,
Iwalanl In with Sugar.
From Knilua with 4400 sacks sugar.
tho Inter-Island steamer Iwnlanl Is all
arrival today This vessel met with
line weather on tho trip and brought
ns additional cargo a heavy milt roll
er, one boiler, a quantity of empties
mill eleven packages sundries.
Tho decks of tlm Mlkahala present
ed a scene similar to barnyard on ar
rival In port Sunday morning. Tho
live stock arriving by this vessel from
tho Maul nnd Molokat ports Included
dogs, chickens, 12 calves, 41 pigs,
ciutes of eggs, und 334 packages sun
- Honolulu Freight and Pas
dries. Purser Trench reports light
winds mid smooth seas on tho home
ward tilii. The Mlkahala Is taking on
cargo today preparatory to sailing at
t o'clock tomorrow evening.
Horses for Uncle Sam Arrive.
Undo Sam received a fine lot of
stock with tho arrlvol of tho Amerl
can-Hawallau freighter Virginian from
Seattle nnd Tacoina this morning. Six
ty-four head of mules and horses were
Included In the lot, consigned to the
United States Government. Forty
lilnelnulCH and 23 head horses arrived
for local importers.
There are three thousand tons gen
eral cargo In tho Virginian, which will
be discharged here beforo the vessel
Is dispatched for Port Allen, Kahulul
and 1 1 Mo.
The Virginian met with flno weath
er on tho trip down from the Sound.
Heforo leaving Hllo for Sallna Cruz,
the Virginian will be supplied with
12,000 sacks sugar from various Island
Another Hawaii Arrival.
The Wallclc Is another arrival from
leeward Hawaii ports, this vessel
bringing 933G sacks sugar, 1 mill roll
er, and 14 packages general cargo.
The steamer Kauai was passed at
l'aauliau loading a shipment of sugar
to be tiansferred to the Matson Navl
gallon craft Hyades. The American
schooner Inca was met at Mahiikoun,
where a consignment of coal Is being
discharged. The Wallelo was favored
with lino weather In making this port
Two trans-1'aclflc liner en route to
Honolulu from opposite directions
have been heard from through the ra
M. S. S. Lurline, en route from San
Francisco to Honolulu, 8 p. m Juno
2. 80.1 miles from Honolulu. Fine
weather, all well.
I. M. S. S. Nile, on routo from Yoko
hama to Honolulu, 8 p. m., Juno 2.
Will nrrlvo Tuesday, 7 a. m. Forty-
two cabin passengers, U,8 steerage.
Two Steamers in from Kauai.
Tho steamers Noeau and tho Klnau
aro arrivals froth Kauai, the Klnau
bringing 0000 sacks sugar, 45 empty
drums, 2 auton, and 131 packages sun
dries. Tho Noeau returned with 3300
Backs sugar and a few packages sun
dries. Tho schooner Mlnnlo K. Calna
wus passed ut Port Allen discharging
China Goes to Atakea Wharf.
Tho 1'acltlc Mall steamer China will
bo dlschargo of B00 tons Orlentnl
freight and be supplied with GOO tons
coal during Dm stay at this port. Tho
China Is now on route from San Fran
cisco and should urrlve heio on June
Gth, according to lute, udvlces received
at tho agency of II. Hackfeld & Co.
With tho arrival of tho Intor-Island
steamer Klnau from Kuuul ports came
report of sugar awaiting shlpjnent
there, including tho following consign
ments: MAK 42,200, KKH G900, O&H
300, KP 12,520, OF 12,320, Mil 40.907,
KSM 350, KSCo G500, LP 18,050 sacks
Maul In with Cattle,
Cattle to the number of 75 head and
74 bales wool wero Included In the
freight list brought to port today with
tho arrival of the Intor-Island steumer
Maul from Kawalhae. Tho Maul met
with light trades and smooth seas on
tho homeward trip.
Lurline to Tow Frye.
Tho Matson Navigation steamer Lur
line, to arrive from the Coast Wednes
day, Is expected to take tho American
ship W. P. Fryo in tow and convey her
to Kahulul. The Frye is to finish tak
ing on sugar destined for Dolavvaro
According to officers In the Bl earner
Iwalanl, thero uwalts shipment on Ha
waii tho following sugar: Klpahulu
2000, Honolpu GO00 and Kona Develop
incut Co. 4000 sacks.
Tanker to Sail Tomorrow.
The oil-tanker Marion Chilcott Is on
the berth to depart for Oavlota tomor
row. This vessel discharged a quan
tity of fuel oil into the tanks of tho
Associated Oil Company.
Temperature C a. in, 72; 8 a m ,
7f; 10 a. m., SO; noon, 82; minimum
last night, 70
Wind C n m , velocity 1. direction
N K.; 8 n m , velocity i, direction K ;
10 a. m., velocity 8, direction X. 12 j
12 noon, velocity 7, direction X 12
Total wind movement for past 21
hours, 119 miles.
llarometcr at 8 a m, 30 01; dew
point at 8 u m., G4; relative humidity,
8 n. m , C3; absolute humidity, 8 a m ,
Total rainfall during past 24
hours, .01 Inch.
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cable to Merchants'
Monday, Qune 3.
SKATTLI2 Soiled, June 2, S. S. HI
Ionian for Honolulu.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived, June 3
9 a. m S. 8. Chlyo Marti, hence
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Juno 3, S. S,
Slilnyo Mam, hctrco May 24.
TOOOPILLA Sailed, June 1, schr
F.rlc for Honolulu.
HILO - Sailed, May .11. S S. Arlfo-
nan, for Sallna Cruz.
YOKOHAMA - Sailed, June 1, S. S.
Mongolia, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed, June 2, S S. Hyades
for San Francisco.
KAIMALOA FOR '
Tho II. M. S. 8. Kalmlloa, that fast
and furious remnant of a unco Inclp
lent navy, and which was to havo
served as a nucleus with which the
now deposed kingdom was tu havo
been carried to power In tho utter
most corners of the south seas, will
not bo relegated to the ash-heap.
Many wgro tho lachrymose senti
ments offered up some weeks ago
when It was first mooted that the ven
erable Kalmlloa, tho one-lime pride of
tho Hawaiian navy In fart, tho eutlio
Hawaiian navy all In Itself after haV'
lug been permitted to degenerate Into
the plebeian status of a crushed-rock
hulk, was reported as huvlng been as
signed to total destruction through tho
baptism of tiro.
C. II. llrovvn. who purchased this an
clont marine relle, did tow tho old Ka
lmlloa to Pearl Harbor. Here, as
sisted by a corps of wreckers, the hulk
was mado to deliver up a large quan
tity of copper rivets.
llrovvn booh made tho pleasing to
him discovery that the wood used
In tho coustiiictlou of tho former bat
tleshlp of the Hawaiian navy faa of
the finest grado of leak, and well rilgh
Indestructible, so far as weather Is
The teakwood has been saved and
llrown has now turned quantities or
tho mtaerial over to a local conti actor
who will evolvo a wldo variety of sou
venlr brllc-abruc from tho timber.
It Is the present Intention to havo
a number of cnlies, small tables, cala
bashes, crlbbage boards, checker- and
chess-boards, and other lines of souve
nirs manufactured from wood which
once upon a time was Incorporated In
Hawaiian monarchy's laud stand as a
maritime power, whoso decks wero
valiantly trod by royal feet. That an
opportunity has been offered tho relic,
hunting public to participate and share
lu souvenirs from tho only Kalmlloa
will doubtless prove pleasing news to
many patriotic lesldcnls of this i)rchl
Police Jlldirn MfinRiirrnt hnlil n
short session this morning, most of!
tho cases having been postponed at
rcquestB from counsel for various do
Mary Williams, arrested for selling
liquor Illicitly, was granted a continu
ance for two weeks. She was ropio
sontcd by C. F. Chllllngworlh.
M. Ono, B. Deal and II. Inokal, Jap
anese Ico cieam dealers, who wero
tried last week by Judge Consarrat
will appear for llnal disposition of
their cases tomonow moinlng. Tho.
Japanese were urreiftod at tho Instiga
tion of Food Commissioner Kdvvaul F
It. Weber, pulled In for tlueats,, will
have a hearing tomoirovv morning.
Potors appealed for him this morning
and had tho trial postponed.
Francisco Avery und Antonio Mer.
cado, Filipinos, charged witli affray,
will piocced to trial tomorrow nioin
Ing, C, F. Peterson appears for them,
Itiifllno Uipez, burglary, wns com
mitted to the Grand .lurv hv Jmlirn
MntiMnt-f-.it tin i n .... ...... 1 , ..I 1 '
....-.. .ui, ,, HUB JIIUJIUIUll IU JHUtlU
this morning, but the court passed his
casoMji to tun 'Circuit Court.
A iniiiijiit has been closed for llif
"minim; in uiuiwii, in, or inn largoi'
ciieumlier greinhuiiRii in tho I nlle.l
Stud s The liou-m will cover .11 nu
Pins have lit en found among the
HgMtlaii mummies and In the prilii"
lurli- I'lives'of Hnlttrluml
CAMPAIGN FORCES ORGANIZED
FOR ANNUAL CLEAN-UP DAY
Clean-Up Day plans wero mado and
the heads of the forces named at a
meeting of the executive committee or
tho Onhu Central Improvement Club,
held yesterday montlng In the olllce
of Oeorgo (I. Guild, secretary. 11. von
rDamm, president; Mr. Guild, Daniel
Uigan, vice president; and W. P. Wil
son, treasurer, were present.
All elements of the city's citizen
rhlp aro drawn upon to securo cooper
ation, nnd yesterday suggestions that
the Hoy Scouts, tho schools and a
'woman's cooperating committee be In
cluded were acted upon.
The meeting of tho Improvement
clubs on Wednesday and of tho gen
eral public at the Young Hotel on Fri
day evening of this week Is tho pro-
Kiani. Mrs. I J. Ixiwrey, chairman
or tho Outdoor Circle of tho Kllohnuul
Art League, has been asked If tho
Outdoor Clrclo will cooperate. Super-,
Inlcndenl Popo Is asked to enlist tho I
Jot.ngsters of tho schools.
Appointments wero mado ns fol
II. von Dam in, K. A. Mott-Smlth,
Geo. G. Guild) 12. A. Hermit, Walter F.
Dillingham, Father Valentin, A. I).
Castro, Vincent Fernandez, C W, Ash-,
ford, Daniel Logan, M. Kawaharu, Dr.
Halda, M. Komeya, Chung Ming, C. A.I
Al, Clm Gem, William Walters, Kill
Tow se, Solomon .Mahclona, Frank
Krugcr, Harry T. Mills. C. C. James,
Walter J. Coombs, J. A. (lllmaii.
Finance Committee 12. I. Spalding,
I PASSKNGLItH AlIIIIVKI)
t ' !
Per wtmr. Klnau, from Kauai ports.
June 2. Mrs. Mlngler, win and daugh
lor; A. O. Armstrong, Ah Hun, Ah
nvv, Ah Jack, Chun Yon Chang, Ah
Tin, W. 11. Tldwell, N. Fernandez,
Lewi Guerrero, Mrs. M. Aktnna, 11
Hushcr, II. II. Morris, Tin Chung, Heo
Fat, Miss N Sllva, Miss Campbell.
Mrs. Kinamoto, Mlakl, Mrs. O. Craw
ell, Mrs. A. H. Puper, Herman II.
Hertz, J. A. ltadwny, .lamos Ilalch, C.
W. Spitz. G. N. Wilcox, Mrs. A. S.
Wilcox, II. Isenbcrg, C. Wilcox.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
Merchant, Near Fort
"Everybody's Doin It Now" Going to the Bijou
European Flying Acrobats
The Barts Trio
Two Clever Men and a Talented Maid
Startling Feats of Flying with Aid of Lots of Apparatus
14 Trained Dogs
Still Drawing Capacity Houses
I Singing Comedienne in Repertoire of New and Popular Songs
Selected Series o f Latest Motion Pictures
chairmnn; J P. Cooko, Wm. Woltcrs,
Geo, 0. Guild, John Wnterhouso.
District Committee 12. A. Molt
Smith, chairman; 12d Towso, Dr.
Labor Cammlttco William Wal
ters, chnlrnmn; Vincent Fernandez,
Capt. Larson, J. W. Caldwell, Clnrcuco
Press Committee Daniel Logan,
chairman; M. G. Maury, It. II. Allen,
G F. AfTunso, Solo. Hanolianii, J. M.
Pocpoc, D. Kalauokalnul, Ng Ylug
Lun, Chlng Ynu lllng, Chun Yeo linn
Lee Too York, S. Shoba, Y. Sogn, II.
Tsurushlmn, Park Sang Ha.
School und Hoy Scout Committee
W. T. Popo, chairmnn; I2dgar Wood,
Pcrlcy I lor no, I), II. Hitchcock, llrolh
er Henry, 1.. G. Illackinau.
Headquarters Committee II. von
Daniui, (imliman; 12. A. Mott-Smlth,
Danlol Lognn, 12, A. Henult, Walter F.
Dillingham. Geo. O. Guild, W. I Wil
son. Cartage Committee 12. A. Hermit,
chairman; Jack llclscr. Albion F.
t'lnrk, Chu Gem, M. Kawahara, Clias.
Costa, David Haughs.
Tools and Implements Committee
1). L. Cotikllng, chntrmnn; Wm. Hush,
Sam A. Walker, James Stclner, Clius.
Transportation Committee C. Mon
taguu Cooke, chairman; Dr. 12. U
Hutchinson, Fred. L. Wnldron, C. C.
von Hniiiin, Clias. Hon.
Women's Cooperation Committee
The Outdoor Clrclo of KJIohana Art
TO LOOK INTO
I'olnncl C J McCnrth and proli
ftM other membeiH of tho I'oir I of
hnrlmr commlsxloners will nuikr o trip
to the uutirfront tnmoirnn lo l"!
Into the Tiu-mIii) Jim of freight ill niiinl
the liiti-r-lshiiul whiuvcs He ssld to-
I lny Hint it Is a (iiiulltliin that Is haul
i to reined) because of the lack in whiuf
room nnd the lateness of iiierehint in
getting down their shipments to oiler
"The Jam Is u li.ul one, nn doubt "
l.r mi Id this morning, "hut It i.-rn'i
linpiiSHllile to gtt liny lull in out of
those lutirested that will m.tkn It 1" t-tir"
AT THE PORT
The American schooner Muriel is rn
poitcd to havo sailed from Honolpu
fur San Francisco last Saturday.
A big mall from tho Stales Is due In
arrive early Wednesday morning In
the Matson Navigation steamer Lur
line. From Kona and Kau ports, with pas
sengers and general cargo, the Inter
Island steamer Kllauea Is duo to ar
rive, at an early hour tomorrow.
Sugar was tho chief Item In tho car
go brought by the Inter-Inland Rteam
er Mlkahala from Maul and Mulokal,
and tho Klnau fidm Kauai ports.
The last of tho fuel oil Is being
pumped from tho American tanker
Marlon Chilcott today. Tho vessel will
he given quick dispatch for tho Coast.
A largo consignment of mnll Intend
ed for the mainland was dispatched on
Saturday evening, with tho departure
of the transport Logan for San Fran
cisco. Tho Intcr-lsland steamer Noeau li
Inking on cargo today preparatory for
dispatch for windward Kauai ports at
5 oclock this evening. Tho Noeau
will carry mails but no passengers.
A first-class machinist who deserted
from the revenue cutter Thetis failed
to materialize before that vessel set
sail for the north on Saturday evening
mid she departed minus n needed as
sistant. Air-tanks will bo fitted tu bath ends
of the now famous submarine I.lhby
Mac which Is at present planted deep
In the waters of Honolulu hnrboi, a
part-load "of fuel oil serving to sub
mergo this peculiar craft.
Three Inter Island steamers have
been placed on tho berth for dispatch
tomorrow. Tho Mauna Kea will sail
at 10 o'clock for Hllo and way pints,
followed at 5 o'clock III the afternoon
by tho Klnau for Kauai and tho Mlka
hnla for Maul and Molokal parts
With tho departure at the United
States revenue cutter Thetis for north
ern ports on Saturday evening, mm
workaway, gathered from tho eonllii';
out holding forth on tho local water
front, is leportcd to havo shaken tho
dust of Honolulu from his wear) ped
Sailing for tho south seas on Satur
day ovenlng, the Norwegian freighter
Prometheus has been fixed fur snather
round trip to tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tho Piomctheus, Is bound far Muk.i
tea to load another shipment of phos
phato rock. The vessel should return
hero by tho 10th of July.
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