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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912.
COLLEGE OF HAWAII It GIVE
First Annual Commencement
Exercises This Afternoon
at Four O'clock.
The f'olli'Rr of llnwiill will formally
tiller ii new cm till.) afternoon, when
the Unit utiniiiil cninnienerinent exer
cises of I lie onllece will lie heM lit
die now bulldliu? Ih .Million Valley.
President (lllmnrc wishes It cspo-
Lilly uhdcrMnnd Hint Hie public Ii
The exercises Imt.iy murk the re
moval or tho college from Its cramped
iiml InslKtilllcniit iiiml Iitp. mi llcrrlmilu
street to the Hplrnilld new structure
provided hy iiiiiroirliitlnn of the hint
Legislature. Althnuch the new bulld
lim In nut yet lliilihed, It In fur
dmiiKh nlniiK Hi Hint the iiiiillence to
il. iy will Imvo a kooiI hleii nn to what
the future home of the young mil
crowing Institution of learning Ih to he
The exercises will begin at J o'clock
mill Mie nn follows: '
Music Hawaiian I la ml
liiMieiitloii Key. Mr.. Khersnlo
Address. t lion. II. K. Cooper
Oratlnii Leslie Cooper Clark
Slii'lo Hawaiian Hand
Conferring of Degrees I
.President (lllmoru '
President's Address. I
Music Hawaiian Hand
Inspection of New HlilhlliiK.
The degrees to he conferred today
are an folluwti:
llachelorK of .Science l.nulsc rlnllck,
A. II., A. M.; William John Hurtling.
llachelnr of Science In Agriculture -Leslie
llachelor of Hclence hi HnglncorlliH
Voiib Knolc Tone.
KAPIOLANI ESTATE GIVES ITS
SIDE OF PUNCHBOWL TRELIML1
John I-1 Colhtirn, treasurer of the
Ki.plolunl Kstulc, hi the following
loniiniiulcatlnn to the II ill lot In, till
morning I'Xplnltiod tho HtatiiH nf the
PuuehhmM tree-cutting episode and set
forth tho chilniH of tho Knililaiil Kn
The lettcrM are nn fnllowK:
"IMItor K v c n I n g II u 1 1 e 1 1 n: The
Hawaiian .Star having annulled the Kil
lilolanl Kstate In Um Issiio of hint Snt
lirday with the usual vlclnusncss, 1 1 A -like
and conteniit of Itn editor, who
Iiu'ich the Hawaiian or anything they
are liitircstcd hi, 1 usk that you kind
ly publish cnplcH of tho enclosed let
terh addressed to (Icncrul Macoinh
hearliiK upon the Mihjcct matter of ItH
uncalled-for attack. Yours truly,
. "JOHN !'. COI.IHJItN.
"Iloniiluhi, June 3, 1911'."
"Iloiioliilu, T. II.. .May 3, 191
"Kir: Concerning the existing dln-j1
puto iih to the right of our vendee to
cut anil carry away the ulgarnh.i treen
now growing upon the lundn covered
hy the lease of tho Commissioners of
'rown IiiiiiIk, iih existing under the
late Hawaiian monarchy, to 10. 1C. 1,1
llknlanl. anil hy him assigned to Ku- i
iliiii l.ilo iiticcn lonsort mid ipiieii
minexiitloii of Hawaii tn the 1'nltnl
Htntos, V" have mi iinhoundcd right
to cut and remove tho algarnlm wood
growing upon the land covered liy our
leanc, mid neither the United HtateH
nor any other authority can h'Kully de
prive nn, or our vendee, of thin right,
except through the ineilluni of condem
nation proceedings (or imitual ngrec-
incut), mid the payment of compensu
Jtlnn mid no xurh condetuuatlou or
agreement has taken (dace.
"In addition to the obvious rlghtn
conferred hy tho lease referred to, we
content any claim of title In the laud
hi iiucstlun on the part of the United
States, and the validity of hiicIi claim
(with reference to another parcel of
the so-called crown lands) I now In
proecHH of HtlKiitlon hi tho Supreme
Court of the United Htnten. lint wo
do not conceive that this latter point
or claim Ih In anywise Involved In the
present dispute, because, whatever may
he the rlghtn of tho respective claim
ants. In the land III question, after
the expiration of our lease, the fact
remains that the lease Ih still 111 full
force and effect, with all our right"
"The Hawaiian LcgMatiiro nt ItH
.uuma . -gr,
ilsiomaift.Urer, -$r VIS&lV 1 'V
RlOiliiiti:'s'"'i.l'ycfrU.SoiifSioii- K mUWnMxN? 'N . SiftS1 IC" R7V li'iA T'h,YrJf 'I fAyfMn7
jl.ch.LfioiArr'iaVliMri liuir ,,.! v l&jil m i A ft tftllWU K - MW L . ), ALV'IWf'WI VA
jHMinjWinJ..nSioni.h,niiiiJ...I.A '1V ' I If f-, V! We. X ", VI WCV Sv V ,'M iMm , ($
g.fife-.ter!:x''i itAnik ImwSmm Iffiyyw mwWxs
I a.i.-.i.ii. w.u,.., lti...r..a Ct.t. i Jval l'M-1rl 17 III 1 Iff 4 111 .vJ" 1 fv l -.All ru ,TVV f vTlTFTt .7 '- ' II III l . if i 1 I III!
i7nVU7Rrmr.vwrm;ru.v&i-ia ur viuvmm tvv, . & -, ms? vvm,i'i?a m
Btiron.A-i"mii condition. Re W i-r 'I ",ilv V.Im' i " J,msirY - i If ,l VfflW ll. Il ','l
6Wl.0Onerbotllt.3li)it2.G0.6liifS5.C0 'Ji 'M . V. 1 Ut 7. I WW Cfl ,',y I ? Llllil 75?l
HONOLULU DRUG COTI "f jSM'' lhPi TJ k JiW
VON DAMN NOT U 3lMMKKmU
A CANDIDATE U mMfim
s H 1IM --mzf&riwJm . vwb-A
i L! ii ni n inu. is -zrn n j l irz:
dowuKcr of Hawaii, ami which lease. H ""l .'Z ' ..pp. p..-
dated Ai.misl lirirsSrTAiU foTr 1,M,,n' whcrwlUl ,n l'rcliHHO 'nml ex
period of 30 yearn from Itn date, and l'""'"' "" "-IbIUh of thin corporation
III noil ill. tier mo iei.su ... iiteMuu, ,'iit
(iiiveriior l'Year. of thin Territory, for
reasons with which wo linvo never
been made fully ncipl'iinled, Iuih hith
erto refused to npply tho KUId appro
priation to said purpose.
"In view of tho exlstlui; facts, there
fore, we respectfully reipiest that you
will, without unreasonable delay, with.
draw your said guard, and forbear fur
Ih now owned and held liy thin corpor
ation, we would respectfully brlmt to
your attention the-followlni; facta: i
"Said leaso embraces thu laiuls of
Aiiwnliiliimi, In thin city, mid Includes .
inoro than one-hnlf of the Punchbowl
crater so-calledto wit, tho Hwu or I
western portion thereof. We are hnv
Ihk lioiinilnryfVliikeM set to show the
line through said crater, between thin
Don't luy the first suit
you look at. Remem
ber that you can buy jj
clothing with a rcpu- YT
tation almost as cheap
$h as ordinary makes.
I7or instance, consider
CLOTHES. If this line of
clotJu"nf was not the best
hi America it would not
find room in our ttorc,
land and the Kovernment land lyhiK ! ,I,T InKTfcrcnrc wllh our n.ild veialeo
to the east of IJ, which, we understand,
has been reserved by the Kovernnient
of the United Wales iih mid for a mil
itary reservation. '
'Some time iiko He sold to a Japan
ese named MatHunagu the rlKht to cut
and lake from the land embraced with
in our said lease, and which Ih not
Ineliuled within any of our subleases,
all the algarnha wood thereon Rrow
Iur. and he In now ciiKHReil In such
cutting and removal.
"We understand from our said veil
dec. und also from the public prenn,
and from certain of your subordinate
otllivera, liii'lii.lim; Major Wholley, Hint
you liavo sent a military miard'lo the
In tho matter of cutting and reniovlm;
of said treen mid wood. Very respect
"KAHOl.ANM KSTATIO, LIMITHI)
"flrlR len. M. M. Macomb, Com
uiaiidhiK Hie Military District of
Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii. "
"Honolulu. T. II.. June 3, 1913.
"Mr: lleferrhiK In our ciinvera.it Ion
of the Hint ultimo , coiu'crnlnK the cut.
tlm; of alRiiroha w.sid on the Ahupuaa
of Aiiwalollmii, In thW city, I have now
the honor to haml you tho letter which
had been prepared by thin purpura-
promlHcn, and have forbidden, nnd aro Hon for Irnnnmlssion to you, iih treat
now restraining our vendee from fur-1 l"K upon this subject, and which, at
ther purHiihiK hln right to cut and ro-jtlio time of our conversation aforesaid,
inimi said trees mid tho wood there- Jnuil not been dcllvere.1 to you, but
from, nnd that you still maintain sald'Wlilch wan then referred to by me.
Says Mr .Achi Misunderstand
His Proposal for Improv
"Mr. Aehl It laboring under an er
roneous Impression when ho eajs that
I mil ii candidate for supervisor," said
Mr. vou Datum to the II ill let In. fol
low lug .Mr. AcIiI'h criticism uf the von
)anun scheme of electing' uuper 1-sorH
"1 am not an Independent man, and
I have not the time for public nillcc
I have to work for myself. As for the
Taft League laislnunn, there Is abso
lutely nothing to It. The Taft League
In no more, end talk of that In ipillo
beside the mark.
"Hut I feel that tho 'proposition of
electing the supervisors by districts In
a good one. Mr. Aehl says that I pro
pc It so that I might be elected.
Well, It Is quite posnlbto that under
the plan, Mr. Aehl might also be suc
cessful In the municipal election.
'It Ih n mistake to assume that I
wish the old district p. an adopted.
The plan of which I was talking would
make the divisions the samo as for tho
Legislature. That Is, tho city and
county of Honolulu would he divided
Into two election districts for supcrvli
or,, tho HHtno nn for members of tho
"If this were done I think we might
he able to get Into politics miuio of ,
inn oiisiuesn men who now say it is
too hard work. Ah I said before, un
smiling that I might bo elected from
my slilo of the line, which I dn not
euro for, Mr. Aehl on hN side of thu
line would be very certain of election
whereby possibly under present lou-
lllloiis he might not bo.
"It seems to mo a proper subject for
discussion. We want to get utrong
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
CLAIM IS UP, ID GIVE OPINION
(Continued from Pane 1)
llrltalu arose over, this Incident a lit
tle later. After tho Harvest lnnlbin
raiisacke.Kuud burned, her cargo wan
carried to tho coast of South America,
thiuce later In Kuglaud. Some of llin
personal crTcctn taken fiom her oilleers
ttcro returned tn them years uftir the
close of tho 'flvll War.
And becaiiso the Shcuunito.ih had
been eipiipped at Melbourne, a, llrilisli
poisessiou, for her trip to Ascension
I.lanil, the Ihigllsh goverumnnl tlu.illy
agreed, iih thu result of the , llcneVa
Arbitration, to pay tho Hulled Stales
for tho lops of Itn vcssila at Ascension
Island. Tho sum of 1 1 5,r.oo.oiiii wan
cM'iittmlly paid to the American gov
ernment, and Included In the llgurcj
of damage this amount covered was
'the estimated value of tho Harvest.
One of the other ships sunk at s-
ccuMon island wan (he Alabama. o, n.
cd by cllleus of tho United Stales ami
.operated under an American charter
I A court of rominlnslmiprn appointed to
business men hi the Hoard of Supcrvln- il'cp.iy lb,( prlwilc shipowners for their
ors, ami we want all Inlrresls repru-ilosn named the entire uiattir iih tho
Alabama claims." IiielUHed In tin?
scute.! properly. I have no hard ami
fast Ideas I am merely suggesting
lliiwe things which my limited expe
rience suggests iih of advantage fur
nil concerned and likely to Improve thu
WEDAY NOW TURNKEY:
Jack Weday, the luiclllNllr) harbor
police, will nn longer guard the wat
erfront. Ilo has been appuinled u
turnkey In the police Hlatiiin, a piml
tlon which I.lplun I'crn b.is been hold
ing fur n long time. I.lplue, II In said,
will resign hln position mi account of
guard and said restraint.
"Wo feel assured that, In so doing,
you have acted under misapprehen
sion of tho facts concerned. Under
tho lease held by us, und tho repeated
rullngn of tho Supremo Court of Ha
waii, made both before and slnco thu
Yuurn truly, j Jack's placo iilnng
"KAPIOLANI HSTATi:, LIMIKH. has been taken liy A
"Hy until recently was riiiiiieeted with tho
"Hh Treasurer. Territorial Iluieau of Agriculture nnd
"llrlg (Jen, M M Maconib. ('inn- roicBtry. lloth Weday und Curler
inaudlug the Military Distil ' or thin morning received the coutratiila-
llawiill, Honolulu, Hawaii." tlmm of thcl friends.
Alabama claims was I Iih t of the Har
vest. The IIiiii.i'h owners sought In
iilu to get an accoimtlug from the
Koicrunient up until the date on which
Hawaii wan taken over hy the United
It now appears that nlncc' that lime
the commission lia. ihclded that thu
ships' owners. me entitled to reim
bursement. Therefore the ih position of John
'llaekfcld. the heir of Henry llarkfebl
'part owner of the ilarwst, wjll be
glen today, mid it will bo forWapled
to tho commission at Washington, I).
I'. There Is little doubt now that
Henry Uackfeld'H heirs will receive
i their share of the valuation set -on tho
tho waterfront Harvest and her cargo.
K. Curler, who
(Continued from Puce 1)
for the purpose of Invest lc.it lou In tho
Hold and laboratory. 'The nlllclnl rcc
iirdn givlitc dam of nil Inspections of
llHtrlrtH nnd prcclncli, oxperlniental
work anil corrcspondem e arc open to
your Inspection tit niiv tltne.
A like Invitation Is also extended In
Mr. 1). I'ulliiwny, your Huliimiiloglnt.'l
whom tho Hoard ileslren, with your,
pcni'lsslnii, In nlso luldrean tho meet '
lug, on tho same subject, niter making,
the noccHsiuy Inu'Stlgnlhiii. j
In extending this Invitation to yon j
nml .Mr. I'lillawny. the purport' of tho'
Hoard In In court n free ami full In,1
K'Hllgallon of llin Htthjort nnd In se
euro nn liidepenilrnt nml lllllilaae,l
opinion on whether or not the work ii;
colli rolllm; the f i tilt liy In helm; mr ;
rled out on h stomal le nml scleiiMlle
lines. If It Is not, the Hoard v. Ill I
gladly cliatiu'c Itn nielliods nnd adopt j
soti'o nmro concrele sclenllllc plan
KUKRcsied by you. On Hie oilier hand
If llin Hoard Ih doing llio work as
IhoroiiRlily as can bo exiected In view
of tho coniparallvely hiiuiII npproprhi
lion at lis roiiimund. Hut public should
bo Ko InfoiiiKil In order In refute the
chaiKe vhlrli has been maUo Ihiiiach
the public pi ess thai the piuKcnl nielli
oil of control wan a faice.
Ilenpci Ifully jours,
iSlRitc.l) W. M. (I1I''I'AIIU.
rrisldcnt and llM'ciillvo Olllcrr, Iloai.l
of Agriculture ami roiiHiry, T. II
.ipi IKilim ix.ni "s Snpi !UOiS m .uim,
ojuo ti ja dn opjs i0u s l!
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
oi All popuui
si ojiiiiujuj jnoA uotM inq iiuictlu; si pu s:m
Upholstery and Drapery Work
J. HOPP & SON., LTD.
I AIllUnDV MESSENGER BOY
LiUllSiK I pARCEL DELIVERY
Wo know everybody and undertUnd
Monuolla Has Room for All.
Mbe I'aelllc Mull liner Mougoll.t I, a .
nailed I'l'om Vokohatna it in Ih now in
lotiln to Honolulu with room for sev
cnly-lllo nddlllounl paHnengirn for Sail
I'Vaitclnro. Tim Mnngolla will hrlinj
H'.ni toim Oriental caigo for di .charge
Trial Massage Free
Uy Our Graduate of the
Sanitarium (Dattlo Creek
I Sugar uwullliiK shipment ni Hawaii
K. W. Holt, a thenti'lcnl innnngor of porlH, ucconllm; lo report brought h
New York, wnn sent to Jail for threo olllcerH 111 tho sleiiiner Wnlhle, In
inotilliH for singing an Itmnoral diiuee eludes Hie following consignment-,
at nn ohtrrtnlnuioni of the Woodmen llnnolna lii..',un, I'nauliau Muun. and
of America. Kilkiiihaclc Hollo .iiicki
Schurmartn Institute of Nature Cure
109 177 Beretanla Street, Corner Union Phone
BEGINNING THIS MORNING, MONDAY4 June 3rd, we put on sale, FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, our entire stock of SKIRTS, CORSET
COVERS, NIGHT GOWNS, CHEMISES, DRAWERS, and COMBINATIONS at CLEARANCE SALE PRICES. Remember Sale lasts only
One Week. See Window Display of Priced Garments. -
Knox Sailors and
N. S. Sachs' Dry Goods Co., LTD.
FORT and BERETANIA
I Butterick's Book and H 1
' Patterns 1
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OPPOSITE FIRE STATION