Newspaper Page Text
,WrW.fr.l-rf -V, . fWWI - "-jsi
" ,'T5y Wr-
'i, . "i"
t aw v ' v
v EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.,' SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1912.
Honolulu M-cond Degree.
Han nihil Scrim J Degree.
Honolulu Chapter, II, A. )U
ltd) nl Arch.
Oronnlc Third Degree.
l.rl Molia Chapter, 0. i:. S.
AH Tliltlftg members ol Ut
Ur1r arc cordially Invited to
attend meetlnra ol local ld(M
Jlect on the
Slid iiml Itli
lit K. 1. Hull
7 ISO 1'. 31.
WM. McKIM.lIV LOHfli:, 0. 8,
h. of V.
Meets rctv 2nd and 4tU Sutur-
rydny oenlng at 7:30 o'clock In
i k. or r nan, cor. tori nuu
Hcrctunln. Visiting brothers
cordially United to attend.
A F GEKTZ. C. C.
F. F. KILUEV, K. It. 8.
IIOMUULU LOUIIK, C1C, It. 1". 0, L
.Honolulu Lodge .No. DIG,
'II. V. O Elks, meets In
their hall, on King St.,
near Fort, every Friday
evening. Visiting Broth
ers are cordially Invited
a i: MinniY. n n.
h nuNsunu sec.
OAHU LOIXiK M). 1, IC. of 1'.
IX& Meets iiiitv first nml third Frl-
Jday nt 7.3U o'clock, (')tlilau
Hall, corner llurctiinlii nnd
Fort streets VlslUng brothers
cordially lnwtcd to nttend.
F A H.'WKINS. v (
O 1 1 KIN H, K. of It. & S.
HAWAIIAN Tlllllt: X). 1, I. 0. II. 31.
Meets cery tlrst nnd .third
Tuesday of each month In
Fiatornlty Hall, I. 0. 0. F.
building. Yi'iiting brothers
cordially lnltcd to attend.
IIRNIIY A. ASCII, Sachem.
LOUIS A. PERKY, C. of II.
HONOLULU AF.ItlK 110, F. 0. K.
MeetB on second and fourth
Wednesday evening of each
month nt 7:30 o'clock. In
K of P Hall, corner Fort
and Bcretunhi. Visiting brothers uro
Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, W. P.
J W. ASCII, Secy.
HONOLULU I.ODdi: NO. 600,
L. 0. 0. .U
will meet In Odd Fellows' bulldlhR,
Fort street, near King every Friday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMnnOSB J WHITZ, Dictator.
E. A. JACOI1SON, Secretary.
i Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
Boston Block. Second Floor
HIGH . CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
DEAUTITIE8 IN HEADQEAR
Aro Always Found at tho
Just received by S. S. Sierra, the
very lateit In fanoy TAILORED
LINEN SUITS) alio ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
1027 NUUANU 8TREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men'a Hata
(Additional Shipping on Page S)
Fortune In Opium Found on Buffalo.
Tlio United States naval transport.
lluffalo, which called at Honolulu!
Bomo days ngo en route to tho loan,
was searched during her stay at Ca
Mte, Philippine Islands, nnd $40,000
worth of opium was discovered and
confiscated. In all, thero aro said to
lne been ISO pounds of tho drug, 80
iKiiinds of which .was captured by tho
I customs secret service, together with
'a clilef eitnan attached to the Iluf
falo who Is said to liavo been tho prlii
! ilpnl In tho deal.
II seems that In spite of tho vigl
lance of tlio customs people, eighty
pounds or the drug got safely nshore,
and is probably being smoked now by
almond-eyed sons of the celestial ue-
publlc In Manila without thoiiRht of
the hazard tnken In Its Importation, or
of the unfortunate petty olllcer who Is
confined In tho brip on the Mohican
rwaltliiR the action of tho naval au
Prepared opium Is worth RomethliiR
like loon pesos per kilo In the Manila
market, which would Indicate that tho
Milup of the dniR captured and that
uld in hno been safely landed was
In the neighborhood of 80,000 pesos. ,
riM.- v, .... ....... ............. ...I .. til. l...'
I lie mivj iiiiiii uiiiunivu iui iiiv
importation was held In confinement)
until it Is decided whether ho shall bo
tried before n military or civil court.'
Monkeys, Copra and Sugar as Cargo.
Nearly ccry officer of tho llrlllsh
steamer St. Michael Is tho owner of ill
pet monkey nnd thero are oiiourIi of
flip simians on tho ship to stock ni
small zoo. The monkeys nre all tame.l
but full of mischief, nnd will bo dls-l
posed of as fust as the owners can
Unit homes for them. Tho St. Mlcli-l
nels has nrrlvod at San Francisco from
Hollo with ftoift tons sugar and 600
tons copra. Monkeys, copra nnd su
gar are all products of tho Philippines.' Inj i,0 materially affected by tlio
Captain McCurdy of the St. Michael eight-hour measure now berore C011
leporls an uiiecntful trip, in spite of Frew, nnd llkclv to be passed liv that
ihc monkeys, and says Hint except for I rdy. At le.it such Is the opinion
uu easterly Rnlo encountered May 20' of Timed Slates District Attoriey It.
tlio steamer was favored with lino,
Um1., Cn.... Ih ,1.1. I rrl
Hamnkua mill reported tho largest
nirtnniit .. uiiivni nii'nllttirr uli liiTiinllt
.,,,,, f unr nti-nlHni uMnmnllt
attliilUllL Ut hl ''Mh n"'l'
r..... IT tl ..,. A..1l n
r , " . ' , Z ,M.rX'i ,,'" .3
uii.iih... ' ,,,, ... vj ,
rival of tho steamer Manna Kea, the
following con'Hlgnments nwalt ship
ment Olan 7130, Wnlaken 8000, Ila-,
wall Mill I 11400 lillo Sugar Co. 8000,'
cinuiiiea it,!"', i !ivcrci dw;, iiuuuuiui
f.TOO, llaltalaii r.200. Laupahochoo 12,.
000. Kalwlkl ll.ri.iO, iMikalau 6..00, Ha-
nmkiin Mill 23.S00. Pnanlmii 10.000. Ho-
,000, Kukuiliaclo C300,
Hoinmpo 3C34 sacks.
Nothing Doing at Hllo.
Illlo harbor was deserted so far ns
deep sea shipping was concerned at
the departure of the Inter-Island liner
Manna Kea for Honolulu. Tho flag
ship arrived with a fair list ot passen
gers and general cargo tills morning.
Purser Phillips reports lino weather on
tho homownrd trip wth glit trades'
and smooth sens
aim smooiii fir is. ,i,"
tn .'iiijiLii'P, i" ..Jin a ttuimt wv v-iuitn, . .
1'UIIUIH, m IHIIltJB, tt UlUUMi IIUITUO
crates ot pigs, chickens, turkeys, and
2.10 packages sundries.
Tlio following wireless mossngo has
been received by tho agents of tho
S. S. Williclmlnn, bound for Honolulu
from San Frnnclsco: ,
S. 8. Wllhelmlna, 8 p. in., Juno 7.
1225 miles from Honolulu; lino weath
er. For Honolulu; 91) cabin passen
gers, 9 stecrngo pasBcngcrs, 284 sacks
mail, 44 Wells-Fargo express nintter,
2 automobiles, 2300 tons cargo. For
Illlo: 1322 tons cargo. Ship will ar
rho at daylight Tuesday and dock at
tho nackfcld wharf,
Tho Intcr-lslnnd slcamor Klnau may
bo dispatched for Kauai ports on
Wednesday lnslend of Tuesday cvon-J
ing, owing to tlio regular galling data
being a legal holiday.
No freight will bo received for any
Intcr-lslaud Hleiuncrs on Tuesday. Tlio
Mlkahnla will In nil probability bo dis
patched for Mnul and Molokal ports
Noeau Back from Kauai.
tlrlnglng 4000 sacks sugar, tho Inter-Inland
steamer Nocau, with other
lines of cargo Including 7f, sacks pota
toes, G empty drums and 23 packages
sundries, Is nil nrrlval from windward
Kauai ports nt call today. It Is re
ported that tho Htcamor Klnau, from
Kiiuni, ami duo to arrive hero tomor
row, will bring o'OOO sacks K. K. I). su
According lo report received with'.ni linn,.i,orH. ,,, rthlnnsn will ,.rnh.
ho arilval ot tho s camor Mauiia
hea tho etenmor Kauai wan nt HI o,
tho Kalulunl nt Laupahochoo and tlio
Wnllelo was passed at Honokaa tak
lug on sugar destined for Honolulu.
Tho Wallelo Ih duo to nrrlvo hero on
Monday witli 7500 sacks sugar.
According to report brought by the
Nocau tills morning llioro aro 32,000
sucks Keulla unit 3800 sacks Kllnucn
sugar awaiting xhlpment at Kauai
Others nuu circulate papers but tlie'a '"'"?" "" regu.ai on oi ei
Ilulletln Is ndmlttcd to have tlie.onuono ralC8 auu Bcrvlco m iasacnu
largest circulation ' setts.
The attorney general today
announced that the board of ap
praisers appointed to dctcrmlno
allies of the lots In the Punch
bowl tract 1ms completed Its
work and will report Monday.
Preference rights may then be
prepared, nnd on AUKiist IS,
when the present leuso on tho
land expires, the lots will He
saleable nnd those who hnve
taken advantage ot tho prefer
ence right mny purchnse their
lots nnd receive title. The work
h.is been In progress for months.
,j,,j,,,,,st, f, j
r.Ir.Ilm umin a wit
I II. II I UIIIIU I A III
MAY HIT LOCAL
Oovoriunont labor In tlio Territory
W. Ilrcckons, who hurt been following
the in ogress of the new hill.
The hill in ('uncross lias been unsh
od by tlio IIoiiko nnd Is now before tlio
mitc. nnd so rr
far has received fa
on. Ilrcckons thinks
.....ll.l.. ..Ill . r 1 ... .1-..u
' I'tuu.i.-ij MI uu H'liiiu mui uttao-
He noting concerns Interested In tho
,nilnifIIPiirn nr t,r,)flnct Inn hf mnlR
rials to bo used by the government
a greater extent than the Territorial
I stututo now In effect Full details ot
. ,,,.,,,,, ,..clU.rilI law aru not llt
t!Cct0 yi2 oC tllo rtoUsed iJiws, ns
ulnem)ct, ,,y I1C, of tllD jeKiHitro ot
,907, requires tho eight-hour workinu
limit Yor employes of nil concerns hold
Ing contracts from tho Territory.
Ilrcckons thinks the Federal measure,
which will apply to all Territorial
Jobs, will not only nffect tho contract
ing concerns, but nil who do any work
In which tho government Is Interest
ed, with no difference between those
regularly contracting or others who
may kiipply the contracting concerns.
Severn! army and navy engineer)
V'V ', ,Mm.,,i V, .
,lmt "10 rrfrt "f ,l10 ,,m wnuW not
I'" serious here, but this was Just after
he House had taken action and Ilttlo
known of Its
exact Import nnd
.RECITAL AT PUNAHOU.
Itecltals and examinations ure murk-
lug the close of a very successful year
In tlio music department of Piimilinu.
On Friday nftcrnooii, before a small
audience, Miss Murtlia Louise Mc
Cliesney, who Is to receive her certlll
cato this month, very creditably pre
sented the following program:
March Op. 30, No. I Iloll.icnder
Am Ocufe, See, Op. 13fi Ilcndel
Hondo Caprlccloso, Op. 14
This Is tho first tlmo such a rpcltul
lias been required nt nny pupil, and
Miss McCliesney deserve much credit
for making tho Innovation a success.
Patrolboat Needed for the Coast.
The Immigration officers at Anccl
Island a'ro to ask Congress for a boat
to patrol the coast from Mexico north
to prevent tho landing o( contraband
At tho hearing of Captain A. Zecdcr,
master ot tlio steamer Siberia, wiio is
charged with having opium on board
his vesBol and has been lined for tho
offense, tho Immigration authorities
stated thut they had been nodded thai
a boat containing 40 contraband Clil
neso had left Mexico for California.
Tho Immigration olllclals at that hear
ing complained of their Inability .to
watch for the smuggling of opium and
cnincbo on account ot not Having a
bont In which to patrol tho coast.
Under present conditions, tho Immi
gration scrvlco Is compollcd tn raly on
tho roonuo cutters, nnd as most of
lliosn nl-n In 1tnrl.li Rnn u nl-lil,ir, fni-
nbiy 1)0 uulo to mako n safo landlnc.
Tlmt lla tramc ls carr.0(, 0 wna
shown ln tho rcc0Ilt ca,)luro of Ul0
launch Morning Star, which was cap
turod nt tho font of Franklin stroet In
Oakland with twcnty-flvo contraband
Clilneso aboard. Tho vessel and her
cargo of human lives were seized and
tlio vessel sold by tho Fedoral Oovorn
inept uftcr it lind been confiscated.
"Ought Not to Puss" was tho unani
mous report of Die House Commlttco
on Ways and Means on a resolve for
TIDES SUN AND MOON
his eti s.itI e
Mt quarter of the moon Juno 7.
Tcmperaturo 0 n. m., 71 i 8 a. m.,
75; 10 a. m., 7G: 12 noon, 77. Mini
i--. .ini.i nn
mum inoi iut,ui, u
........ - . ..-i it., r. ,ll.AAilnn
WIUU -w II. 111., YflWHJ ". ""V1.UUH
N. K.; 8 n. m velocity 9, direction K.t
10 a. m., velocity 4, direction N. Y..
12 noon, velocity 7, direction N. E.
Movement past 24 hours, 190 miles.
Haromctor 8 a. m 30.09. Ilolatlvo
humidity 8 a. m 69. Absolute humid
ity S a. m., 5.4,'C. Dowpolnt at 8 a.
in., 61. Total rainfall past 24 hours,
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cable to. Merchant'
Saturday, June 8.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived. Juno 7,
H. H. Knterprlsc, from Illlo May 29.
YOKOHAMA Hailed, Juno , H. S',
Nippon Mnru, for Honolulu,
TOO MUCHEE HIGH
Now ICh n laundry trust
At least, that's tho talk that some
Chinese lnundrymen hnvo no!od
Yesterday the Japanese liarbers"
comblno and prospective raise In pries
for halr-cuttlng, shaving, etc, was told
if by tho U II 1 1 1 1 n, and today tho
Clilneso have their innings,
Recently n number of patrons of
Clilneso laundries noticed what tliey
thouRlit was an Increase In tho prices
charged with various articles of wear
which arc given their weekly cleans-,
Inn. Iiuiulry from a nuinbtr of Ce
l.cllnl nlnnnMM ((., ,1ml llfllrt lll.t I,A
statement that prices nro nllco inmcc,
together with Hint historic remark.
No tlckee no washec.
OAo or two kiundrymen, however,
say that the high cost of living has
hit them as well as eeryhoily else,
and that they simply hud to chin-go
Judgment against tho Itiipld Tranlt
Company, In aecordanco with tho re
cent 'paving decision of tho Supremo
Court, will not be uwurded before n-xt
Wednesday, If at all.
At the concliiklon of u lengthy ar
gument before the Supremo Court this
morning by Assistant Attorney t1Mi
cn.l A. a. Smith and Attorney D. I
Wlthlngton, representing tlio companv,
the request of tho hitter for additional
tlmo to prepare further nrgiiuie'iit and
present additional nuthorltlcs was
granted, tho hearing being continued
to Wednesday morning.
Tho assistant attorney general ir
Bufd against tho recording of nny
Judgment, asserting that such action
can not he taken on tho htateincnt of
fact submitted for adjudication. The
Supreme Court's ruling may not ho re
turned for several weeks uftcr tho ar
gument Is llnlslicd.
HOME RULE LEADER
ARRIVES IN MAUNA KEA
Charles K Notley, president of tho
Homo Itule party, Is In town, having
arrived this mornlg on the Muumi Kea.
He camo down on bisluess, ho says,
but It Is expected that lie will ills
cpss political matters with the Homo
tilde leaders before returning to his
homo In Hnniukuu.
Tho hull of a ship that onco sailed
tho Spanish main to find resting-place
In the now world has been dug out of
tho mud on Clay street, 85 foot from
Sansome, Snn Franclsc. It Is declar
ed to bo tho hulk of tho old Spanish
burquo Snn Carlos, In Its present
berth it has been since 1853, or earlier,
when tho water enmo up to Sansomo
Tlio hull ot tho old craft Is found to
bo still Intact. It Is built ot black wal
nut, copper riveted, and tho wood
nhaws no sign of decay. It Is 130 feet
long, 30 feet wido and has a depth of
20 foot. It was found Impossible to
romovo tho wreck out of tho way, so
If will bo loft whero It la and tho
building wilt go up over It.
Tho ship was found In oxcavatlng
for a two-story building being con
structed by tlio widow of Joo Doming,
n wealthy llour man, will Cody, rami
nger of tho ostalo, Is ono of tho early
Snn Franciscans who romomber when
tho ship was a storo Bunk In the mud
along tho long wharf that then ran up
to Sansomo street and was frequented
Yon must get tho Ilulletln U
get the Nct,
WILL TALK ON
Tho Pimnnm Ciinal and the wonder
ful work dono by I'nclc Sum In the
C'un.il Zone will be tho theme of un
address by C'apt Warren II llannum.
Corps of Engineers, tf 8. A., to bo de
livered nt the Opera llousa on tho
evening of Juno 27.
Tho address has been arranged un
der tho auspices of tho Chamber of
Commerce, Admission Is to be by
ticket, but no chnrgo for the tickets
will bo made, and those wishing to
nttend mny seruro tlio pasteboards by
applying to Secretary II. P. Wood at
flin PrnnmtlniV f'nmmltt
rroniotlorf Committee hendqijir-
Captain Ilnnnum besides being an
expert engineer Is thoroughly conver
sant with the subject on which lie Is
to speuk, and as the Panama Canal Is
going to play a largo part in tlio fu
ture of Honolulu, much Interest In the
address has been evinced
(Continued from Page 1)
terc8tcd steamship companies were
prepared to present n startling nnd In
teresllng nrrny of factB nnd figures
showing tho immense amount ot bus!
ness passing through tho outsldo
However, unon tho return of Special
Agent I Kiwcii irom ins isinnn lour no
Is understood to have very plainly In
timated to parties vitally Interested In
tho rumored economy that he hail
abandoned any Idea of recommending
n reduction by the elimination ot tho
Tidwell Plan Would Work Hardship.
Tho plnn first mooted by Spccln:
Agent Tidwell Immediately following
his arrival In tho islands, nnd moro or
less freely discussed with Collector; of
Customs Stackablo and others, was to
cut out all tho outsldo ports, eliminate
tho special deputy collectors stationed
at tho four ports. It was bejitved Hint
Inspectors attached to tho Honolulu
service would bo available to tnka
paseago on all vessels proceeding to
outsldoiports, and remain on board un
til such tlmo as tho cargo was dis
charged and tho vcssal In question
was ready to depart.
In tho enso of such vessels as the
Matson Navigation steamer Kilter
prlsa which regulnrly enters and
clears tho port ot Illlo, this steamer
would havo to bo visited by a Honolu
lu deputy, unless tho steamer schedulo
could bo changed to permit tho vessel
to clear from Honolulu.
Special Agent Tidwell was present
ed with a broadside of statements
showing the vast amount ot business
affected by tho Institution ot Buch a
radical change. Ills personal inspec
tion of tho ports In question Is believ
ed to havo served to settle the fato of
tho four Island ports In his mind, with
tho result that their status will not bo
Honolulu Men May Meet Reduction.
Tidwell It Is said will depart for
Washington with tho firm belief that
Honolulu customs deputies nnd In
Bpcetnrs nro receiving too much mon
cy. Ho ls said to tnko tho stand that
material saving in salaries and per
diem wages havo bocn effected at Now
Orleans and along somo of the cus
toms districts on the Atlantic coast.
Customs Inspectors In tho Territory
now receiving four dollnrs per day
may find that under (he Tidwell rec
ommendation they would draw a dol
lar loss each day.
Ho is bclloved to favor a plan which
would do away with a number of In
spectors, but transfer somo ot tho
men tn tho grado ot watchmen, nnd
under this classification they would
receive much smaller pay,
Ono matter that has been brought to
the attention of tho special agent In
this connection is tho fact that living
expenses In Hawaii ncl nro anywhero
from twcnty-flvo to forty per cent,
higher than at places along tho At
lantic whero ho Is moro familiar with
Hond sales wero the feature of to
day's stock trading, ulthoiigh tho ex
change t-esslon showed moro stock than
bond transfers, Illlo Extension sixes
and Hllo 1001 sixes, together with O
It & U lives nnd Wiiluluu lives, niiulo
up nearly nil the transactions off tlio
board, Ono deal of J 10,000 In Hllo
WOt's was made
Tlio market was slow and quiet In
day, prices being stable w Itli no mark
ed tendency either wuy
CHINESE ALLIANCE TO
HOLD RECEPTION TONIGHT
The Chinese Studonts' Alliance will
give a reception and entertainment
this evening, beginning at 7 30 o'clock
nt St. Ellzuhoth House. In honor ot tho
Clilneso studonls who will grnduato
from tho different schools of this city.
An Interesting piogram has been ar
ranged, Thero will bo roprcsentatlvo
speakers from several schools. Tho
Chlnoso Consul, Hon, Chen Chlng Ho,
will mako tho principal address ot tho;
evening, i no cunnuuieu in ciiurgu ex
tends a cordial Invitation to nil friends
of members of tho Alllauco to attend.
ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PORT
No freight will bo received nt Inter
Island wharves on noxt Tuesday, tho
day being a legal holiday.
A fair list of cabin passengers will
depart for tho Coast noxt Wcdnosday
morning In tho Oceanic liner Sonoma,
The Matson Navigation steamer En
terprise sailing from Hllo for San
Francisco, carried 34GO tons sugar and
Tho American schooner S. T. Alex
ander Is on tho way from Kurcka with
full shipment of lumber consigned to
Tlio American-Hawaiian freighter
Arlzonnn, calling at Hllo, picked up
1(100 tons additional sugar and sailed
for Sallnn Cruz last Friday,
Tho Matson Navigation steamer Ilv-
ades loaded two thousand tons sugar
destined for Coast refineries during
the brief stay made at Hllo.
A mall amounting to 284 sacks from
the mainland Is duo to nrrlvo next
Tuesday morning In tho Matson Navi
gation steamship Wllhelmlna.
Tho Oceanic steamer Sonoma In
leaving for the Coast next Wednesday
will tako a goodly quantity of sugar
and other lines ot Hawaiian products.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Claudlnc.
departing for Maul and Hawaii ports
last evening, carried a fair list of cab
in nml deck passengers and a general
It Is reported that tho barkcntlno
Kllkllat has been chartered to make
another round trip from tho Sound to
Hllo with lumber for Dig Island Im
porters, According to reports received from
the Coast, tho American ship Edward
Scwall will soon be fitted with a now
typo of Internal combustion engine,
thereby giving that vessel auxiliary
power with tho result that voyages
will bo much shortened.
It Is predicted that tho next visit of
tho big American ship William P,
Fryo to tho Islands, tho vessel will
bo found to have been equipped with
tho now Diesel Internal combustion
cnglno cnpablo of generating power to
send tho vessel through tho water at
an nvcrago speed ot twelve to thirteen
II n 1 1 o 1 1 n Want Ads will find It
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
rhe Kind You Have Always Bought
ALE and STOUT
W. C. PeacocK & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants,
Merchant Street, near Fort Street
is Inviiluabio for overwo,ed men,
delicate women nnd sickly chil
dren. It stimulates, strengthens
nnd sustains the system; It builds
and braces body and brain. It Is
n family medicine chest ti
Sold everywhere In SIC
HOTTLKS ONLY. Medlcul book
let and doctor's advlco sent fro
The Duffy Malt Whlekoy Co.,
Rochester, N. Y, U. S. A.
Per atmr. Mauna lfca. from Illlo
via way ports, Juno 8. It. Eaton. 1!
Eaton, A. J. Eaton and wife, Misses
Eaton (2), F. I). Stroup nnd wife,
Miss Stroup, Masters Stroup (4), T.
W. McElroy, Miss M. Illchards, Mrs.
Illchards, Mrs. M. Fox, W. It. Kins
lea, O. N. Ilallcy, J. M. Rlggs and
wife, M. D, Sheffield, J. W. Hays, W.
D. Hlckey, A. P. Hlckcy, Mrs. O. Ila
kcr and son, S. Mlztimoto, Ilcv. K.
Illguchl, Miss 3. Wallchua, Mnsfcr
Kauai, Miss Kauai, Jno. Dolor, A.
Hancbcrg, A. Q. Hawes, C. Wollcrs,
A. 0. Curtis, Miss A. Low, Miss II.
Smith, E. C. Tccktonlus, J. P. 1).
Campbell, II. J. Dorgcs, Mrs. Ilorges
and daughter, W. Desha, II. Mundon,
Miss E. Tanner, Mrs. Tlusscl, Miss A
E. Clark, Miss C. h. ntckrord, C. II.
Hall, Ah Sue, It. Frlcke, A. H. Grin
dell, C. K. Notley, wife and two chil
dren; F. Franks, II. Iliischer, Miss
II. Nakann, Lcn Wal, 0. K. Vnh,.V.
Tho transportation world was fur
nished with n surprise when it was
learned that It. A. Harnett, acting
ngent nt San Francisco of tho Toyo
Klscn Kaisha, had resigned from the
Bcrvlce of the steamship company tn
ncccpt tho position ot manager at M.i
nlly for (letz Drothers. Harnett lias
bceu right hand man to W. II. Avery,
assistant manager of the Toyo Klscn
Kaisha, for moro than twelve years
Harnett's resignation will be effecthe
at once, but ho will not lenvo for his
new post for about a month. During
Aery's frequent nbsences on business
Harnett has been In charge ot tho To
yo Klscn Kaisha ofllco nt San Fran
cisco. When tho Toyo Klsen Knlsliii
established relations with tho West
ern Pacific Harnett was selected tn
mako tho necessary changes In tlio
oriental agencies ot tho Joint sen Ice.
Artistic Job printing can always bo
obtained from the 11 il 1 1 e 1 1 n's com
pletely equipped Job prtntluc plant.