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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1912.
Iloinftiilii s i (mil Degree
Hawaiian Screnid I)igicc.
lloniiliilii ( hapter. I!. I. M.,
((cciinle 'I lilnl Hi urn.
l.i I tnha ( h.iplir, I). C. S.
ID visiting members of tf
Order art cordially lnilt,d ts
attend raeetlnrs ol local I4xh
Meet on Hie
'.'ml iiiul -f tli
lit K. I'. Hull
;::io r. .m.
oilier A smi
".11. .MrhlM.KY l.lllllii:, Ml. 9,
h. of r.
4jP Meets cverv 2nd anil 4th Satur
j'S Vl ilnv ceiling lit 7.30 o clock III
WffJ K ii I" Hull, tor. Kurt and
Stor i,..i.nilii Visiting brothers
uiid.."ily invited to attend
A K (!i:UTZ, c. c.
r v. Kiuiuv. k: ii. a.
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V . IIOUOllllll l.UllH U. UlU,
OJ i. .. 111 n I..
I, I 1' r.lhn, (IIVCID Hi
their hull, iiii King Ki
no. i r Foil, every Friday
evening Visiting Hroth-e-rs
me cordially ItiMttd
A i: Ml'IM'llY. n 11.
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? v mrf'B rti j 'lint aim iiiiiii rir
Jfjadiiy at 7'3u o'clock, Pythian
JTvvSCtI It. .11 H..1..W.H II... . t...ll.. .....1
rfi.in. t in uui c-t i v.titi.i .tut
1'urt streets Visiting brothers
cordially Invited In attend.
F A HAWKINS. C C
ii nniNi;. k. or it. .v K.
U.UIAIItN Tlillli: NO. I, I. I). II. M
Meets every llrat and tlilrd
Tuesday of each inolitli III
KuiiTiiil) Hall. I () O I'
building VW.tlng lirntherH
eordially Invited to attend
IIFNUY A ASCII, Sachem
LOUIS A. Pl.ltUY, C nf K
iiiiNoi.ii.ir Ai'itu: no, r. o. i:.
MeelB on xeioiiil and fourth
, Wednesday evmliiK of ouch
inoiilli at 7 Ml o'clock. In
K of V Hall, corner Kort
mid Ileri'tanla Vlaltini; ljrotliei'8 uiu
Invited to attend
WM. JONRS, W. P.
J W. ASCy, Secy.
IIO.MH.n.fl.ODCi: Ml. 800,
I.. O. (). -M-
will meet In Odd KcIIowh' building,
Kort ulieet, near KliiK every Krlday
evenliiK nt 7.30 o'clock.
VlBltliic brothcru cordially lmltcd
AMIIllOSi: J. WIHTZ, Dictator.
K. A. JAl'OHSON, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
MILTON 4 PARSONS
PHONE T0S8 FORT STREET
Boston Block, Second Floor
HIGH . CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stablea Dlock
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
DCAUTITIES IN HEADCEAH
Are Always Found at tho
Just received by S. S. Sierra, the
try latest in fancy TAILORED
LINEN 8UITS1 alto ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
1027 NUUANU 6TREET
Up to-data Millinery and Men's Hate
(Additional Shipping on Paga &)
ENTERPRISE OFFICER PROMOTED
TO COMMAND OF BENNINGTON
Rcitl Will Have Charge of Matson Molasses Tanker, Now
Ready for Island Trip Lurline Brought Big Cargo
Takes Ship Frye In Tow Claudine and Hall in from Is
land Ports Hilo Port Destitute of Deep-Sea Shipping
China Due In the Morning Sonoma Has Many Passengers.
James Hi'ld. wlio for years linn boon
hleutltied "lili Oil- Matson Navigation
Coinpanv In an ntlkial capacity, anil
now i hlof olllcor 111 the steamer Killer-
.Meinlicr.s of,re. will bo promoted to the com
mand of tho Kallanl "molasses tanker
I'-uiiiliiKioii. a late neiiiilsittoii to the
MiiIkoii line, and he Is expected to ac
company that craft from San Prands
o io I he Islands when the lleiililiiKton
Is taken In tow by tho I.urllne or the
Willi the arrival of the I.urllno from
San Krstnclsco this mornlni! tame word
that Iteld mis the mail selected to
bene as skipper In the ileiinliiKtou,
which was beliiK made iciuly for her
While at the I'nlon Iron Works, the
old lleiililiiKton, once proinll Iblnn
Hie inlors of I'mle Sam as n pile
honi. uas stripped of her niadilnery
iinil put In shape to sere as nil ad
junct lo the Matsou merchant iiiailue.
Willi Honolulu as her homo inirt.
The lleuuliiKtou has been titled with
Morale tanks in which can he placed
iiuniitllles of molasses. It Is the pros
(in Intention to tim the hulk between
1 Vni Harbor and Honolulu, as occa-
rniituln Weedon reported a fnlr trip
down Iroui tho Toast with the excep
tion of the llrst two days nftcr leav
Ini; San rranclsco, when Home rather
nasty weather was encountered.
The essel moored at Hackfeld
wharf lief hip S o'i lock, brlliKiliK 12
laliln and 'J steeraKe passeiiKers. Tli
MiM-r is loaded with a largo general
aieo, a iiiautity of Hie freight helm;
i iiiihIkikmI to the local quartermaster
department. Two blooded horses and
M-vcii automobiles are liiduded In the
Height list. Of neurly touo tons cargo
l.roiiglil down by the vessel ItiSO tons
will he illsi barged at Kahulul.
The I.urlhie Is scheduled to depart
for the Maul port on Krlduy evening
taking in lov. the ); American ship
William I. Prji. which vessel is to
(oinplete hiigar cargo at Kahulul.
Among the little company of cabin
passengers were novel al vaudeville
performers who will open an engage
incut with local theaters.
Sonoma Steaming Through Fine
Ihe Oceanic steamship Sonoma, on
her Initial voyago under tho now
schedule, Is steaming from San Fran
i Iseo to Honolulu through fine wenth
ir, nciorilliig lo an aeiogrnui received
today from Cnptnln Trask. When tho
Sonoma completes the one round trip
to the Islands, the liner will enter tho
Australian service. The re-establish-meut
of tills service also brings Syd
ney nearer to Uiiglnnd. Tho publica
tion of tho schedule of tho "Sydney
Short Line," as the service will bo
known, has been greeted with great
satisfaction in commercial circles both
In (Ileal Britain mid In the Antipodes
and for tourists It means a reopening
of tho most desirable pleasure route ill
Starting with tho Sonoma July 2
thoro will bo n steamer to Sydney ev
ery 28 days. The Sonoma and Ven
tura will make tho run between Sail
I'runcisco and hydney. 'iho Sierra Haven, Mrs. W. A. Hardy, K. Lopez,
will loiitlnuo on Iho run between tho'(j, Nugama, II. W. M. AHst, J. N. S.
(oast and Honolulu, hut will operatul Williams. Mrs. Williams, Miss M.'
In connection Willi tho Sonoma und Hosehlll, P. Wallace, II. Goodness, J.
v,'m"ra' J .Walsh, Prank linker. Sasuhlia.
Iho Sonoma was S7G miles from'
port at 8 o'clock lust evening steam
lug through lino weather, light north
erly breeze and smooth sens.
Another wireless incssngo received
last evening finin tho Pacific Mali lin
er ennui wns lo the erred that tho
1 in mi. en unite from Situ hrnnclhco
will iirilvo Thursday, 8:30 11. m., wltli
six cabin passengers and 121 bags of,
Army Stores In the Hilonian.
The Hilonian of tho Mntson
now en route from Seattle lo llono-;,y
hilu and Island ports, Is bringing down
11 large caigo, Im lulled among vvhhh
Ik a iiuuiiliiy of United Stuies Army
stoies. According In advices recelv-
ed heic the 1 1 1 Ion Ian freight for Ihe
islands consists of merchnndiso vei
ned nt $:'.(;, Si; 1. The following were
the principal shipments' 2.', hbls. Hour
VM ells, hui ley, 440 lbs. tea, 2.17 gals,
wine, 2214 His. mid 33 cs. hreud, 207.1
lbs liemiH, I7!l cs. canned goods, (14
pkgs. United Stales Ai my stores, rlo
lbs. and 1G cs. tobacco, "0tlfi railroad
ties, 12.11 posts. .1'.U ft. lumber, 1120
kegs and to cs. powder, r.O cs. nuph
tha, S.Vdrtnua distillate, Sou es, kero
sene, ", cs. blasting iap, 32G lixs. am-
munition, sno sks. cement, .l.'.o es, and
72 drums gasoline.
Japanese Tire of Maritime Life.
VAM'OUVKI". II. C, May 27. When
I ho Japanese steamer Mnrndasaii Mn
ru was l)liig In the stream on Satur
day, ready to Vail, two members of her
Japanese eiew Jumped overboard and
ulnrted to swim ashore.
This was tho report tnnilo by tho
captain to Immigration Inspector Mat
(dim It. .1. Iteld, mid the skipper add
ed that he did not know if the men
were drowned or had managed to
leaeli the shore. The Murndnsnii Mu
ni Is a Japanese steamer which
brought sugar here from Kormosa, and
precautious were taken here to pre-
vent desertions. Theso
were successful while
at Hie sugar relluery.
The Japanese steamer Shinto Mam,
which Is loading lumber at Hastings
mill, lost eight of her crew at Port
land, Ore. The skipper had set guard
on the gangway hole, but despite this
the conk got away last night.
Claudine Back from Hawaii.
When tho Inter-lslaud steamer Clau
dine sailed from I llio last Monday
that harbor was deserted so far as
deei-sea shipping was concerned. Tho
Claudine nrriied from Maul mid Ha
wall ports this morning, bringing a
miscellaneous curgo Including 212
pieces of hardwood flooring, n quan
tity of empty drums and bottles, 20
cords wood, 20 hogs, and 2.",0 pack
A fair-sized list of passengers re
tt.rnod to Honolulu In tho Claiidlui.
Purser Klhllng reports lino wenlher
uu the entire trip.
Sugar Accumulates on Kauai.
With the arrival of tho .Inter-Inland
Mi'iiiner W. 0. Hall, from Kuiial this
morning, comes report of a lurge quan
tity of sugar awaiting shipment nt
Harden Island ports: MAK 4T,,'j:j8.
Sin, KHCo fijUO, KP i:i,2'J0, LP 20,12(i
(IP lS.'SU sacks.
Ilrlnglng reports of lino wenther
along the coast of tho Island of Kauai
.ii.,,,. ... ..,,,,
tho Inter-Island steamer W. (1. Hall Is
nu arrival nt port today. Tho Hull1
brought sugar to tho amount of fifioil'
sacks with additional shipments of Hawaiian Dredging Co, tCE.CVU; Ilreak.
sundries such us empty gasoline tanks' wu,,r ''"'"I'Uiiy of Philadelphia 10l,-
Proposal No OA (for furnishing llll
, ... . . '"g In place, per cubic yard) Hawal-
a nno mil is reporteu i,y I'nptnln
Albeits of tho American tanker Lnii.
sing, which steamed down from Port
nuruoru, uriiigmg ij.uuu uanels oil)
consigned io mn local liranch of the
union uu unnpauy. The Lansing til-
(o carried 294 drums of gasoline for.
Per stmr. Clnudlno, from Hawaii via;
Maul ports, Juno Ii. A. 0. Mutch, J.
J. Dlus, Laura I). Kurd, L, 0. do
Mrs. Kelll, U. Knrrelrn. Miss Apana,
Mrs. C. M. Cooke. Miss Cooke. 31
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, from Kuual
ports, Juno .. Mrs, Iluy, J. I). Tuck
er, S. t!. Waggoner, Sam Kueo, J. II.
. Kamalo, C. Hoblnson.
John Carlos Madelros, who recently
obtained Judgment against Iho Hinio
11111 Sugar Company for $7000 damnges
for Injuries sustained when n treo fell
from tho plantation', property Into tho
fleet,1, T , "'"""" ""! - '" " -
"uli knowledeed linvinenl of lite titilotrumt
I0 conn;nny. 0ll 10 c;Mp . irom woaillo tho first of tho week
appeal from tho Circuit Court's decl-i J,I1""1'1 arrlvo luro "" or a,,"1 ""xt
slim In this case tho Siioremo Couii''''"ul"lu'
recently sustained tha
C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
Merchant, Near. Fort
TIDES SUN AND MOON
,',(l 140 Mi 0 4X1 ii:ic
1M OJI '. IT Oil' 107
13 1 1 IV.
Lnft quarter of the moon Jinn' i
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THJ ISLANDS
(Special Cnlilc to MrrclintiU
Wednesday, June 5.
SAN KHANt'lSCO Sailed, lime fi, 1
p. m. S. S. Wllhelinlna, for Honolulu
Sailed. June f. noon. 1. S. A. T.
Thomas, for Honolulu.
QAVIOTA Sailed, June ., ship Falls
of Clyde, for Honolulu.
MUKItri'O Sailed, June ', sthr
A. P. Coats, for Kahulul
POUT AMJ'N Sailed. Juno 4, schr.
Minnie A. Calnc, for tlrays Harbor,
(Continued from Page 1)
down by Iho Hoard. Its tenders on
Numbers U and 10, ns shown below,
were accepted however.
On the dredging, the Lord-Young
Knglueerltig Company submitted u
tender of JO.'i.OUO for the entile Job;
$20 for alternate No. 1 mid $1 lor ill
ternnte No. 2. The Hawaiian Dredg
ing Company's offer Is $47.!l'.iO for the
entire Job; $.1 for No. 1 and Ml cents
lor No. 2.
The tenders on tho wharf project
are as follows
(for wharf with ruii-
d g ?
1 fil M 6.10
JU 5.1? 8 41
itui r. it cut
I 13 5.17 Oil
1M .'.IT 0 Ii
10 precautions crete substructure mid wood supi i -the
vessnl was """t'ture. 'villi NW plmikli.gi l.i.rd
ine vessel was Vl)t(m, u,,,-,.,,.,,,..,.,, ,, jiso.iiiiii. John
A Hughes. 11CMVJ
IToposnl No 2 (for uluiir with eon
ertti subslruiture mid wornl super
structuie, with obhi planking) Lord
Young KiiBlnccrlug Oi. $ls.4uu. J A
Proposal No 3 (for wharf with noi'
west pile subMriiotuie, wood super
strucliii,e wltli nur'went plunking)
Lord-Young Ilnglinuliu; Co., Stjt.UOU;
J A I limbos, Jill.lfc.V
Proposal No I (foi wharf with iinr
west pile siilistrucvire. wooil super
structure, wltli i.lil.i pl.inklnKi l.onl
Youilg Hllgilieellng Co, $112,1(11); J A
Proposal No S (for the wharf with
concrete sultstrm tore and wood super
structure, with nor'wet plauklng.com
plcto nxerpt oil In block puvemeiit)
Lord-Young laiglnotrliig i'o? tics.oud;
Proposal No 0 (for wharf with enn
creto substructure, wood supcistuic
ture, with ohla plunking, compute ex
iept ohla block pavement) l.ord
Vouiig Kiiglneerlng Co, M7C.000; J A
Proposal No. 7 (for wliurf with nor'
west pile substructure, wood super
structure, wltli nor'west plunking. eom
plcto except ohla block pavement
Loid-Youiig I'nglneerlng Co.. JTu.suu;
J A Hughes. JTS.'JM.
'1'inpiiMiil No S (for wlinrf with nor'-
structure In plunking, complete
ii Pt olila block pavement) l.ord-
Young I'nglnoirlng Co. 1711,200; J. A.
Pioposal No 9 (for furnishing all
luateilal. labor nnd uppllmices and eou-
strui ting llll and luylng railroad tracks
complete. In imonliiiA'P with the plans
ami Hiiecliicutiunn, fur eonereii. u,-
strut'turn and wood superstructure)
.,n Dredging Co, 20 emits: llieukwater
Compniiy of PMhnlclphhi, 70 cents
Proposal No 911 (for furnishing nil
material and labor for constructing
railroad traiks and retaining walls on
till) Hawaiian Dredging Co, $28,000
Ilreakw (iter Company of Philadelphia
Proposal No. 19 (for furnishing nil
inatirlal, labor and nppllauces and
eonstructlnir llll nnd Invlnir railroad
tracks complete) Hnwallan Dredging
Co., $C4,919; Hrenkvvater Company
Mall dispatched from Honolulu on
Mny 28th In Hid Japanese liner Chlyo
Mnru Is reported to havo reached Sun
Francisco 011 Monday.
The Kllauea. the Knna and Knu lin
er, will take a goodly delegation nf
I assengers on sailing for the big Isl
and on Krlday noon.
A steamer a day from tho-Coast nt
tho present rnlo Is giving Honolulu
and Iho Island a very satisfactory mull
service from the mainland.
A largo general cargo la going Into
the Inter-Island steamer Claudine, 011
tho hoards for departureor Maul ami
Hawaii ports Krlday evening.
Tho Matson Navigation stenmer Ill-
, Ionian, with genera cargo, sn lllng
I . .. ... . . . '
Fertilizer material Is en rouln lo tho
Islands In tho American schooner
I.rlo, according to rnpoit which bus
reached the local branch of tho Mer
Alfied Hubert Mann, seuninn on the
ship Maruma nnd a native of Liver
pool, l-higlaud, today declared his In-
lentlon'of-be'conlliig.a clllzc'lijof;!JhoJivijul;v(i-iKivthejMjiiehui-la wtiv lindfr
United Stnfes," ' ' " ' " the Ilrltl-.h-ffui!Tl'ie Yffk'fess Ilrltlhli
The many friends In Honolulu of
Third Olllccr t" II Keiiney nt the Pa
cific .Mull liner Slbei In, will read with
Interest the following expose he ninltes
of tho opium tiuinc on the I'ncllK-.
Keuney was taken us he slipped ashore
from the Siberia with opium hidden
under Ills coat, nnd hns been sen- ,
teneed to pay a tine of lf.00 nnd servo
three months' Jail sentence.
When removed to the Alameda conn-1
ty Jail, wlurc lie must spend the next
three months, Kenney declared that heint least 1B00 tins of tho drug aboard
had been the victim of the workings of
the "opium ring" Heailiiuarters for.
the smuggling gang, he declared, nre
maintained In San Pimiclsco and In
Hongkong He told the agents on
shipboard of their methods or Kitting
aboard He conceiileil nothing.
"This was my llrst orfense," he snld
"I have been on the Siberia for two
ears nnd eight months nnd have been
urged time mid iignln to nld 'In the
iniiiinll,,,. .if ....tiiii. I. it T m.i..u...1 (1,
do so until this tlme'nnd I was enliKht.
Here Is how It happened Nenrly nil
of the men I wilt speak about nre Chi-
nese and 1 do not Know what their
'(In the day that the Siberia entered
tlils poit the last time, Hit olllcers'
mess boy cult rod riiy cabin and told
me that there were twenty-four tins
f opium coiuialid In 11 socrit panel
of my stateroom lie urged me to lukn
them ashore, saying that I would get
J." for eviry tin that I took over tin
Yielded to Temptation.
"Although 1 hail often been urged
to -engage hi the smuggling of the
drug. I bad never engaged In It. and
when 1 was told nf this opium being In
mj room 1 was rriRiiteneci tiioii 1
thought that this was almost my last
rip, anil I vielded to tin- temptation
Ceorge McK. McClellan, who linn re
t-lgned his position ns secretary to llio
Delegate mid icprcsontntlvo of tho lo
cal commercial bodies at Washington,
will re-enter the practice of law. Let
ters containing his resignation Vere
received today by the Merchants' As-
Hoclatlon mid the Chnniher of Com
lucrce. In the letter to tho Chamber
of Commerce ho saB:
Washington. D. C. May 20, 11)12.
The Chamber of , Commerce, Honolu
lu. T. 11.
Dear Sirs:- In order lo carry out
my deferred plan of devoting my tlmu
to the practice of law, 1 beg lo ndvlhO
you I nliall not ask for a lenewal of
our present working nrrungemcut
which expires on September 30 next.
I am giving you notice at this time so
that jour Chiiinber may have ample
Hint lo secuie another man ns Its rep
leseiitatlve 111 Washington If It so de
sires. Ill Inking this step towards lnyln;
down my work for Hawaii uu legisla
tion In Washington I wish to thank
the Chnmber for Its support iluriim
the past eight years. I wish at tho
same tlmo to make public recognition
of tho unfailing courtesy and conli
dime accorded mo during all these
yearn by tho Dclegato to Congress,
whoso friendship hns made possible
whatever I have been ublo In do to
wauls seeming legislation for Hawaii.
tSlgucd) CKO. McK. MtCLHLLAN.
Dave Harry, a itrltlhh tar. loyal to
tin- land 01 his birth, has been ipilitly
pursuing the even tenor of his way
ulong a ilustj Honolulu wuti rfiont, de
spite the fact (hut he has achieved
much faine ami notoriety in nation
wide inarltime circles.
I'or Hairy, and no other, would have
hnultil down the Stars und Stripes
fiom Hie pride of the P.iclllo Mall Heel
mid, III lieu thileof, Hung to the bleezu
the Union Jnek of (lreat Hiltnln.
liuirv, who did hot continue thevoy
nge in the Mniuhurla to Han Francisco,
but lii lib d at the last mluiili that tho
tioplenl nihil rim nts olTiiii) hi Hawnll
wire too strong, Is indited with hav
ing thrown cnustwisu shipping regu
lations and a mill li-fost.-reil "American
Hug In the P.ielllc" sentiment lo the
The fclo'ry runs that tho Maui Inirlii,
slemuiiig In the dlnelloii or the Coast,
had oi'ciislon to pass ipiUe eluso to (ho
Pnillle Mall Ihur Pi rain.
Ciiplulu Dixon was thunderstruck
some minutes ariuwmil tn note Hint
trailing proudly rioin iho stiru of the
Mn 11c Inn 1.1 Hu IMn. ,,1 in,, imi-cst Hrlt
Isli II;, us to he found on bouiil ship
I'm-iiboiit ir lulnutis dm lug Iho homo
I was searched ns I crossed the gang
plank mid the opium w-ns found about
my wnlst "
Kenney told the story iiilctc, nnd
Vt Itliout liruvndo
"Now. I mn the victim of some kind
of n (.otisplriicy, something big mid
strong Hint 1 don't know the nntiire
of There was. something more behind
mv proecutlon than the fact Hint I
had twenty-four tins of opium III my
possession Why, every ship (hat comes
.Into Hun KrnncKo from the Orient ha
Now, tell mn how that Is got nshore!
Surely. p(tty olllccrs such I nni do
not take It across the gniiRplank. They
couldn't tnke It nil.
"The men that the government oiiRht
lo get are the men who get this stun
Chinese Buy Positions.
"To nil appearances, the entire opium
smuggling trade Is cmrled on by fill-
,1100. There Is 11 strong ring behind
,1... tn... i.,.i, t.lt, In ,1, lit Mutt l'ptltl-
'elsco A Chinese painter aboard the
Siberia told me that my Job ns an of-
lleor 011 the Siberia depended upon the
.wlilin of tin mm behind the opium bus.
"Tho Chinese hontsnrtln on tho Sl-
berla told mo that lie had paid s00
for his position This money, ho said,
was paid to 1111 olllccr of that ship
, whose name I know. The Chinese
known aboard ship ns No. 1 saloon
boy, who gets 11 snlnry of $20 Chinese.
money. I vns told, paid $250 for his
position A fireman also paid for his
position, tho money being given lo nn
olllccr of the ship whose name I enn
supply. These positions nre in demand
by the Chinese, as It gives,' them nil
excellent opportunity to enp-y on the
smuggling business cither ntneers of
llio ship. I mn told, nre forced lo buy
mariner, David H.irr. was responslblo
for the tempuiary striking of old glory
Harry was picked up lit Hongkong to
llll u wincuc. us iiiiurtcruiuslci. He
wns cleaning brnss 011 the bridge when
tin liner 1'crs.lu, oiilwmd bound, pass
ed the Manchuria.
"(!o uft." sain llio olllcor ill charge
of tho bridge to Harry, "mid show the
About IS minutes lutir tho olllccr
had occasion to look back and was
dumbfounded to see the British ensign
tloatlng over tin Mnuchurla's stern
Hnrry had selected the Hag he knew
best ft'oui the ship's signal locker mid
after saluting the Persia hud hoisted
the flag and left It there.
Harry left the liner nt Honolulu, lie
nrrhed on the -wharf Just as the M1111-
churln pulled out. mid when last seen
w" hugging 1111 electric light pole mid'
singing "Rule lliltnniila'
Shipping nnd business Interests at
Honolulu took occasion to deplore tha
deuth of Captain H. M. Hnyward. vet.J"'11 !"tu !' ,""n n tin. way Imme. ull
eran navlgutnr, known to a host ol
llonoliilans not so long ago us the
skipper of the Oceanic steamships So
noma and Ventura and later master
of the Marlposu.
With tho arrtvnl of tho Matsou Nav
igation stenmer Lurline at Honolulu
this morning came news of the sudden
demise of tho well-known Hteninshlp
man who somo jenrs ago was a fre
quent visitor nt this port.
Captain Hayward was but recently
promoted to (ho command of tho
Spreekels yneht Venltla und the navi
gator completed his lust trip with tho
return of tho Moating pnlacu from San
Death was caused through neuralgia
of tho heart. Captain Hayward was
64 years old at tho tlmo of his death.
He passed away at San rranclsco on
May 2fith. He followed tho sea for
HI years, having run nvvay from his
home In South Sandwich, Mask, at
the ago of 13. Ho took his llrst com
mand when ho wan 21 years old with
llio Pnclllc Mull Steamship .Company
and later becamo connected with tha
Oceanic Steamship Company,
ho served for 28 yenrs. Dining all1
his sea career 110 vessel under his'
command ever met with nn accident
of n'serlous nature.
Captain Hayward commanded tho
Morlposa of tho Oceanic Steamship
Company for eighteen years nnd then
went to Philadelphia to superintend
the building", of the steamers Sierra,
Sonoma nnd Ventura of tho snmu line.
Ho biought tho Ventura around tho
Honi cm Its completion and sailed It
for cloven years, after which ho took
Iho Alurlposn on the Tahiti run.
O. K. Keuwehaku, who went to
Maul yesterday lu company Willi Link bales hay, fil tons salt, 11)3 ells, bar
McCandless, snld Hint tho Democrats ieyi C,448 ft. lumber, (il(li) lulls,
will unquestionably ho victorious this ,,,,, s:-7 ft. mr,iwood, 3fl,o00 brick,
voar lu tho ionitory. He bolleves , . Hhato or iiininnnlu -onii
i.imI ,,111 i, 11, .i ii.,i..,.i.. i (,,. uU,i IOIls suipuuio 01 iiinnioniu, .nun
" ' "v .-- ....-.., .u ..-
The Junior liranch of tho llawallnnl
Philatelic Society will meet ut four
o'clock this afternoon ut the Y. M. 13.
A. It will ho the last meeting lh:s
season nnd 110 more sessions will ho
hold until after the school vacation.
(J, P. Muxwoll will glvo un InU'restlliB
fallc lo the boys oh nlno ulainps.
Duffy's Purs Malt Whiskey
A tonic stimulant.
An aid to digestion.
A brain Invlgorator.
A remedy for all throat and lung
A sleep producer.
Keeps the old young, strong and
Sold everywhere In HHAYJ't)
IIOTTI.KH ONLY. Medical booklet
nnd doctor's ndvlce M-nt file On
The Qulfy Malt Whllkey Co.,
Rochester, N. Y U. S. A,
DR. CLARK GOES
TO EMBASSY AT
Dr. Victor S. Clnrk, Commissioner
of Immigration, Is going to Peking,
China, to confer at the American cm-
,1as1sy w"" Bl;Vcral oillclals and securo
their cooperation In tho Work ho hopoi
lo do ill Mnnrhurin toward oiganlzlng
Immigration of Husslaus to Hawnll.
The Nllo from tho Orient jeslerday
brought a letter from Dr. Clark lo
Secietary Kearns of the Hoard of Im
migration. The letter was from Yoko
hama and Dr. Clark mentions his fu
ture plans In outline. A. W. Perels
trous, organizer or the International
Immigration and Colonization Com
pany, met Dr. Clack in Japan mid will
go with him to Manchuria. The in
operation Hint Dr. Clark will get at
Peking, It Is believed, will bo 11 very
Important factor in Hawaii's Inunltrn
Hon operations In .Mniichurln. ,
Yachtsmen were looking for lettirs
today from the cnptnln mid clew or tin
Hawnll, hut evidently connections iih
the Liu line were too close to iiduilt of
writing nrter the Miclit's 111 rival at Sail
Pedro, for 110 news i-aine to Hericlury
Vetlcen of the lluw-iill Yacht CI11I1,
whom I'uplnln Struinl promised to keep
Chailes Wilder, tho Hawaii's former
skipper, lion ever, was the leclplent of
11 round loblu letter fi-iuii the skipper
ami crew, written nt senr May 12, hi
I Jit. 30:53 N. und Long. 163:33 W. This
missive wns evidently mulled (he mo
ment the Hawaii urilved ami bo lore
tin voyagers felt like tackling Ilielr
When the letter was written the Ha
waii had been out six days, und ap
parently everjone wns well mid hating
II gooil time. It sas:
"The eiew of tho yacht Iliiwall de
sli to express their uppi eolation of
jour very thoughtful kindness In put
ting iilioard the boat stub 11 goodly
stole of smokes, ami today being Sun
day, we lire especially thankful as wo
are at our Iclsiuu to lie buck and enjoy
lire to the fullest extent, on this hciiu
t trill ilnv We me slipping nlong at uu
eight-knot clip, with a fair wind ami
ome barber shop harmony by tin crew,
between purrs The supply of smokes
Is so generous, that If we happen to
,, 1, ,,--. ,.., t.nnvil,,.,.- 111, Wltli l.i.lil.'.l
pipes und cigarettes und Idow
puffs at the nils.'
SAILERS RACE .'
Two well-known windjammers were)
towed nut of tho (ii)lden Onto ami
started on their way to the Islands
but n fow hours before Iho depart uro
of the Matson steamer I.urllno from
Snn Francisco to Honolulu. Tho vet
eran squaro-ilggcr It. P. Hltliet, Cap
lain Nelson, and tho foro-nndafler
Annlo Johnson, now under n Hchoonef
rig got nway from the Const at about
the sania time, and It Is mooted aboard
the I.urllno this morning that tho ves
sels will strive for supremacy lu reel
lug off knots between ship and shoro'.
It Is claimed that In the slmulln.
neons departuro of tho ltlthot und tha
Johnson an excellent oppoituulty Is
given In determine tho sailing quail,
ties of a hark and a schooner.
Tho 1(11 hot Is bound for Honolulu
while tho Johnson will have to square
away for Mahiikoua, which Is Its ilea-
llnnllou. Tho latter vessel Is carry.
lug a cargo valued at $23,M4!J and In
cludes 20.12 gats, and 3 cs. wine, 100
bids. Hour, 3411 oils, barley, no ells,
wheat, 10 tons inealfnlfa, Ii88 bales
hay. 2300 lbs. breud, 32 tons brun, 1420
lbs. lard, J5 hbls. salmon, 310 cs. ker
osene, 15 drums gasoline, C hbls, null
T cs. oil, 400 saks. cement, 210 tona
The H, P. ltllhet Is bringing 100
cs, kerosene, '.I drums gasoline, 1020
doors nnd windows, etc, valued at
A meeting of The Friend editorial
, Blnll with a ninnhor or piomliient men
. la li.tliie litl.l lltlu itfl... .irtii.i 1,1 iltui......
, ,,,,.,, C(;Ht ,,, ,,, sV(iriU pi)i
(ntor4 huvn been .invited to bo' pre,
Jii.tiMiiifir' if nr 4iiriiiiril