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KVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H- SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1912.
Gen. Estcnoz and Other Pow
erful Blacks Would Emu
WASIIINHTO.W I). C Mny 25.
Aroused by confidential Information
Hint the real object of the liiKiirrec
tlnn that Is hwpppIiik Ime wildfire ov
rr Cuba Ih the establishment of n so
eloign noitrn republic like llayll. at
I lie enslorn eml of the Island, the Cul
led Btates took swift mid ilraslle ac
Within three hours of the. receipt of
thu Information the most powerful
fleet nssomblod by the I'nlted States
for hostile servile since the Spanish
American War received rush orders to
proceed wllh all possible dispatch to
The fleet Is prepared to land 200
sailors and marines with nine 3-Inch
field guns on Oiibnu soil by Wednes
Two complete divisions of the At
lantic I'lcet are Included In the move
ment. Three battleships of the Third Divi
sion the (ieorcla. New -lersoy and
Rhode Islntul under command of
Hear Admiral Flak, aboard the (ieor
cla. wero at Newport when they re
rcled orders to movo nt once.
The bnltlcshlp Nebraska Is on Its
way up the coast from New Orleans.
All art) prneccillliR at top speed for
New York, whero each ship will cm-,
hark sixty extra marines for scrvloo In
Tim Fourth Division, Including tho
battleships Minnesota. Mississippi,
Missouri and Ohio, under command of
Captnlu Clark, aboard the Minnesota,
hurried nway from Newport this aft
ernoon for Hampton Hoads, where six
ty additional marines will also bo ta
ken aboard each ship.
HIGH COST OF LIVING HITS
BARBERS; JAPANESE TO RAISE
There's dlrxeiiHlnn In the ranks of
ttie Jup.itieHv llarbcrs' Association ocr
the iirlliin of tho "Jup.uiCKO barbers'
triift" In iitinounclnB a raise of prices
Homo of the members of the asso
ciation, complaining that they huvenot
been consulted before the otllcers de
cldoil on the raise, said this morning
that tlicj will not stand It So It looks
like Internecine war for the wleld-rs
of tho razor and the clippers. T'-o
rnNn Ih to be effective July 1.
According lo the decision of the of
lleers of tho bill, at their, meeting I e'd
recently, a raise of r, cents was de
cided upon as being tho proper thins
The loaders claim that owIiik to the
ralso of rents and the high out of lt -lug.
It Is proper for them to raise tho
fees for hair-cutting nnd shaving I.ut
the Japanese barbers In the oulde
districts fool tlmt they would bo driv
ing their customers away If they tr' 'J
HILO WHARF TO
BE OF TIBER
Timber will comprl o tho construc
tion of the new Hllo wharf, making
tho Btructurc merely temporary, to
endure for a few years This much
was decided nt a caucus by the Hoard
of Harbor Commissioners last night,
at which tho contract for tho erccllun
of tho wharf wns nwarded lo the
Lord-Young Knglncurlns Company,
This was tho I,ord-Young Com
pany's bid on pioposal No. 3, for tho
wharf with nor'west pile substruc
ture, wood superstructure and nor'
west planking. The filling and dredg
ing contracts wore given to tho Ha
waiian Dredging Company for $6.1,9 1!),1
und tho co-related Jobs to tho same
company for II7.HU0. Arrangements
will bo made to huvo work begin at
once and hurried to completion in the
shortest possible space of time.
It Is understood tho contracts leave
only 110 out of tho $1,500,000 author
ized by tho last legislature and this
la thcrcforo tho last contract that can
ho awarded by the harbor commis
sioners until tho next bond Isbiio is
At tho'sncclal meeting of tho Hoard
this morning, when tho formality of
award was completed, Commlsslonei
McCarthy stated tliut hu would llko to
urge tho construction of tho concrete
substructure, hut If thut wore used
thrro would not ho suluclent funds
left in tho appropriation to cover tho
remaining expense necesasry to Iln-
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IBII M1U Wllttll JUU. I4KI (ILI1UI t.tv.tt-
licrs concurred In tills statement
Tho Job of filling was awarded to
tho Hawaiian Dredging Company In i
two contracts, ot ?az,tiuu oiicn, ino
first to tako effect within llvo days
nnd tho socond to bo duted prior to
PRISON RATS STRIPED
LIKE REAL CONVICTS
KKANKKORT. Ky., Muy 20. White
rats striped with brown have been
bred ut tho ponltentlary hero by New
ton Trusty, a convict, and tho associa
tion of tho rats with tho convicts'
woarjDK striped colors, the body of.'
the clothes being" white, und tho
strfpea brown, is bolloved to bo re-j
sponsible for these freak rats.
Trusty was sent to tho penitentiary
IN CUBA IS
Will Carry 1300 Marines.
In all, 1300 marines ready for act
ive service will bo on board tho fleet i
when It drops nnchor at Key West.
Tho armored cruiser Maryland, now
nt Hampton Iloads, will be flagship.
The hospital ship Solace will accnm-'
pany the fleet, as also will the Navy,
lugs l'atapsco and I'aluAcn. Of light!
draft and nrmed with rapid-fire Kims,'
the two tugs will be of particular ser-,
vice In the shallow hays nlong the af
So widespread Is Ihe Insurrection
that the I'nlted States has lost hope
that President Comcz will be able to
make serious headway against It.
Bandits and brigands are springing
Into activity and are Joining forces
with the Insurrectionists. The Island
Is aflame with rebellion from one end
lo the other
Spaniards Joining Negroes.
Freed from restraint, Spnnlnrds nro
JolnlnR with tho negroes In opposition
lo Ihe government.
The Insurrection Is led by General
llstennz. the most radical negro leader
on the Island, who plans to make him
self president of tho proposed new re
public. Associated with Ksteno. are twelve
prominent negro leaders from tho
province of Orlcnte anil eastern San
tiago. All were supporters of llstenoi
In his campaign for the Cuban Con
gress. They are to Isolate the ontlro
enstern section of the Island for tho
Already all telegraph and telephone
wires leading Into Orlcnte and some
sections of eastern Santiago havol
been cut. Tho State Department was
ablo today lo obtain no satisfactory
information rrom tho Interior of that
section of the Island.
' It was learned, however, that tho
' tipRroes from throughout tho eastern
sections are (locking in great numbers
I to the support of Kstenoz.
to collect larger fees than 10 cent" for
a shac nnd 15 cents for a hair-cut
On this account, one of the old -st
Japanese barbers 111 Honolulu, ho
came hero -- sears ago, has inad a
strong protest to tho ollleers of the
hut, mid It is belles od that a general
r-xnlt amoiifr the Japanese barbers will
centunlly tiroak out If tho raise
Ilnrlwr at Walklkl and Mollllll. It
v.ns reported this morning, linve tltod
i.iotests with the ofliccrs of the Intl.'
i.Kalijsl the ralso. Tho protests will
be considered at the next regular meet-I
lug of tho association
One of tho members said today that
be Intends to cut prices as well us hulr. ,
So if jou are In the habit of getting,
shaved by a Japanese turner, Its in
order to ask him for his price list bc
foro selecting, a shampoo, facial mas
sage or an) thing else on his tousorlal
Guam Statoin Ship Picked Up
After Having Been Out
The V S K Supply, sUllon ship
at Guam, now en route to San Kran
clsio, wuk finally picked up by tho
navy wireless last night, after having
boon out of touch slnco Wednesday
night, whin a fragmentary message,
was caught Thu Supply, Commander
lllssct commanding, Informs the local
station that she will hu off port at 8
o'clock tomorrow morning. Sho will
be docked at navy slip No. 2
Contrary to expectations, the Supply
will remain In Honolulu for several
ilajs. Shu will take on ISO tons ot
o,il, tilling htr bunkers from u barge
whli h Is now heliifr loaded to suiply
her Captain Itt-xet says that hu will
sail for Sail l-'runclsco Juno IS,
Major Henrico II Duncan, 2nd In
fantr). has lit en granted a two months'
leave of absence, to tako effect after
tho completion of Ids course at tho
Army War College. Major Duncan
bus boon absent from Honolulu slnco
('apt Wallace II. Scales. Cth Cav
alry, leaves on the Mongolia, June II,
accompanied by his family, for a two
mouths' leave. He will visit his homo
In North Carolina
t: :: ss :: :: ts :: :: :: :: t: n t: t: :t u :t
years ago for murder, and wns to have
boned a llfo sentence llopo of se
curing a purolo or pardon caused him
to study nut some method of making
money whllo In tho prison, and ho de
cided to breed white rats and sell
them. Ho had been conducting the
rut-breeding farm within tho prison
walls for years before tho llrst white
rat striped with brown made its ap
pearance. It was sold and then tho samo fe
male gave birth to another litter ot
striped rats, which laid tho founda
tion for tho freak rats, which wore
good enough, sellers, to earn Trusty a
snug sum of money, so thut when he
was paroled 'rbce'nty,"h6"ha,d money
enough to go to his native county and
buy u farm.
Department! of Public Health every
where are starting a cruiade against
rata and mice as the greatest danger to
both property and health, (or they
carry disease germs Into the home.
It it the duty ol every cltlien to ex
terminate rati and mice by uitng
Steams' Electric Rat and Roach Paste
(endorsed by health officers). It Is also
sure death to cockroaches, waterbugs
and other vermin. Money back K it
Sold by druggists everywhere. Be
sure to get the genuine; 25c apd $1.00.
Steams' Electric Paste Co., Chicago, III.
Doctors Marvel at His Power
of Stretching Arms
I'OltTl.AND. Ore., May 10 Doctors
nt the meeting of the County Medical
Society examined Wlllard, the "man
who grows," last night, and ns one of
their number expresiod It, they nro
"buffaloed " Wlllard went before tho
society nt the semi-annual meeting In
tho Medical building und gave an exhi
bition First he stood erect nnd sim
ply extended himself upward about
six Inches "growing" he calls It. Then
he stood on his right leg nlone and
grow us much, swinging tho heel of
his left foot back and forth a good
six Inches above tho desk on which
he stood Next he let his left leg prow
until his foot rested level on the desk
with the other.
Hut when he extended one arm about
1.1 Inches or so beyond Its normal
length and nicked the ear ot a person
apparently completely out of reach, tho
doctors all began to toko real notice.
After the exhibition, Wlllard ndjourn
ril to an ante-room with a doxen or
more .of the most Interested who
watched, felt, thumped nnd wondered.
"I believe he must arch his Instep."
Dr. A. J Gilbert first said, but It was
clear that Wlllard couldn't extend his
arm by arching his Instep.
"It seems to bo In tho shoulders,"
Dr. Andrew C Smith said, after feel
ing Wlllard's shoulders during the pro
cess of "growing" Another, who wns
feellnir Wlllard's ribs, declared that the.
muscles between his ribs stretched.
Dr. Marie Kipil decided that tho pho.
nomenon was accounted for by stretch.
Ing muscles nnd ligaments "Hut that
would tako long practise," she admit
ted One thlntr was certain nil agreed
that Wlllard did not dislocate any
Joints Hut none wnntod to attempt
any dellnlte explanation.
TICKETS AT PROMOTION
PRICES! 60c and 25o
Miss Dora Keen of Philadelphia
Victor in Alaska Moun
COHDOVA, Alaska, Mny 2.1. Miss
Dqra Keen of Philadelphia nnd her
party of six men attained tho summit
or Mount Illnckhurn, 1(1,110 feet, last
Sunday morning. They arrived at
Kcnncoott, on the Copper lllvcr Hall
road, today, all well. This Is the first
ascent of the great Copper river peak.
Miss Keen, with her lnstrumnts
nnd tents, sailed from Seattle on April
10th for Cordovn, and upon her arriv
al nt Kcnnccott her chief of staff, John
li Harrctt, superintendent of tho
Illackburn mlno, was ready with his
flo men and two teams of dogs.
Tho adventurous men and their
bravo leader encountered mnny nvn
lanches nnd storms Hint compelled
them to remain under shelter for days
nt a time. On May 7th threo men of
tho party returned lo Kcnnccott for
fuel alcohol and provisions, tho sup
plies having become cxhnusted.
Miss Keen attempted to climb
Mount Illackburn last August, hut was
obliged to turn back nfter sho had dis
covered what sho believed to bo n
feasible routo to the summit. .This
route was followed successfully by tho
expedition which relumed today.
MINNKAI'OMS, Minn., Mny IB.
Hlshops' Henry W. Wnrrcn of Denver,
David H. Moore of Cincinnati nnd
Thomas II. Nooly of New Orleans with
Ihe closo of tho present gencrnl con
ference of tho Methodist Kplscopal
Church will retire from actlvo work
In tho cliurcfi. So decided tho delo
gates lo tho conference today when
by a ballot taken nt the morning ses
sion nnd scaled until 2:30 o'clock, they
voted by a good majority that tho
threo men bo superannuated.
With the passing of jllshop Warren,
who ofton had been called "tho Nes
tor of tho Kplscopacy" and "tho Abra
ham Lincoln of religious lire," thcro
comes to an end f7 years of actlvo
ministerial work, 32 of which ho has
been a bishop ,
Ilishop Moore. who( attained tho
rank of lloiitctuvU eojcuiel during the
civil war, has beet, li) tho ministry
itncc I860 and nnd ba,s been in his
rrcstnt olllco fo- 12 years. Hlshop
Neelv entered tic ministry In 18K.1
nnd has held tho office of bishop for
For practically two weeks tho Kpls
copacy committee has been holding
dally sessions to como to an agree
ment. The storm broljp when tho
chairman of tho comnjjttco reported
Hint tho commltlco recommended tho
retirement of lifshops Warren and
Moore, recommended nothing concern
ing Hlshop Neely, but advocntcd the
taking of a ballot by tho delegates on
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered fop Record June 7, 1912.
From 1030 a. m. to 4 1 30 p. m.
Dick K Diamond to William Henry D
Robert C Stnckuble und wf to M
A Moore M
Mary K Marx ct at by trs to Mary
13 Marx ct til D
Mury !; Marx and hsb ut nl to Kd-
w-ard C Wolter ..... D
list of Henry P Huldwln by trs to
Tr of Makawao Tro -Native Ch
J I, Duchalsky to Wong Kwal "Wing V
William i: Helllnn to Krlederlcko J
, McOuIro HS
William K Uelllna and wf to l-'rlod-
erlcko J McCluIro D
Krlederlcko J McOulrc nnd hsb to
William i: Holliua . .. M
Miirgarct I.lshman by ntty to At-
.fred I, Mnt and wf D
A'lfred I, Initio and 'wf to Mutual
Invstmt Co of Haw Ltd D
K Matsumnto to S Takahnshi. ...Itel
Trent Trust Co Ltd to Noel Deerr D
Wong You to Honolulu Jutn &
Chutney Pactnry Ltd L
Honolulu Jam & Chutney Factory
Ltd to Lowers & Cooko Ltd. ...CM
J J Combs Jo von Ilnmni-Young
Co Ltd CM
J J Combs and wf to von Hamin-
Young Co Ltd M
Chas K Abe and wf to Grace D
Entered for Record June 8, 1912.
From 8l30 a. m. to 10l30 a. m.
Alfred Oaspar and wf lo F S Ly
Manuel V Narclmcntn ami wf to
First Hank of Hllo Ltd M
Manuel F Narclmento and wf to
Maria F Narclmento D
Murla do I Martins to Joaqulni da
Wulopua Kuuuohllo ami libit to
Manuel Manlsl D
Manuel D'Ollvciru Mvnlz und wf to
Manuel Tuvarcs D
Manuel Tuvarcs and wf to First
Hank or Hllo Ltd M
Mury Malaloha and hsb ot ill to
David K Kenno D
KumoJIro Hlmyiimu to T Machlda..CM
Mukaalhuo (w) to David Kama.... D
Kst of Samuel C Allen by trs to
David Kama and w'f Itel
David Kama and wf to Trs of list
of Samuel C Allen . . M
At 11 moving picture theater in
Pittsburgh this notice Is' thrown on
the Bcrcen at every performance:
"Any woman weurlng a hat that costs
less than 93 cents need not romovo
It during the performance." I
Q. What is good for my couch?
A. Aycr's Cherry Tccl rsl.
Q. How lona lisr. it been 11 I)
A. Seventy ycais.
Q. Do t'octcis endorse II?
A. If not,wcwot.lJ iitit I...V-
Q. Do you publish the I i
A. Yes. On every bottle.
Q. Any alcohol In it?
A. Not a single drop.
Q. How may I learn more of I''''?
A. Ask your doctor. Kahn
Prtplffil f Df. J tth(
Famous One-Legged Athlete
Two clover men und a talented maid
Huropean equilibrist", on a world tour.
Splendid stago paraplicrnullu.
The Great Attraction
May Edithe Taylor
Baseball for Sunday
1l30 STARS vs. ASAHI8
3i30 MAWAIIS vs. J. A. C.
Iteserveil seals for center of grand
stand nnd wi.,i can lit booked ut' E.
O. list! & Sons Sportlnir Department
(entrance KIiir street) up to 1 p. in.;
after 1 p. in , nt M. A. Qunst & Co.,
Sing and Kort.
Prices 50c, 35c and 25c Children 10c
M.NDSAY t'A.VT NKHVi:.
News wns received by Territorial
Treasurer Conkllng that A. n. Lind
say, who was appointed to tho tax
apepul board for Hllo, Hawaii, fn tho
Fourth Circuit, will bo unablo In
serve. As yot tin provision for his
successor has ben made, UioukIi an
other mail for tho place will be an
nounced within tho next few days.
p.uT.rVnnT,crT;i7or?::lE"venin6 Bulletin 75c Per Monti h
Men's Suits, - $5, $6, $7, $8
Men's Pants, 600 pairs at $2
Boys' Suits, - $2, $3, $4, $5
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
Kapiolani Building,.Alakea Street
Whitney & Marsh,
15c per yard
A You can Shave with a lml
ml with trje tame assurance you feel when IS
Bl you use the other safety. IB
KsA We are selling them, to Introduce, for wHimm
SW 35 cents K$
Iml Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., m
IK I HOTEL AND FORT STREETS VL
Bid ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' Leather and
60 CENTS UP
Canton Dry Goods Co.,
HOTEL 8TREET, OPP08ITE EMPIRE THEATER
See our Window Display
Washable Hand Bags
Panama Hats, - $3, $4, $5 $6
Men's Collars, - 75c. a dozen
Undershirts and Drawers
at unheard of prices.
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