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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1912.
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Ori'imlr- I lr.l lliercr
lliiriiiiiii ( hiplir ti,
I:, s Iti'Liilnr.
AH Tliltlof members of t
Order are cordially Invited i
attend meetings o! loearieits
)licl on the
'J nd mill illt
lit K. I'. Hull
7:30 1. 31.
MARINE ENGINtElir JI, '"v" "'
rfKEFIClAL AJWJAT1DI, VuxuJZ'.
Wll. McKIM,i: LODGE, Ml, 8,
h. ut 1'.
rfPfy. Meets ovorv 2nd iind 4tli Satur
fOTiljy I'M uliig at 7 30 o'clock in
X&v K "f '' "a"' tor- I'0, ani1
xft lit ri'i.iriiu Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
A F OI2RTZ. C G.
v. r kiuiky. k. it, a.
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,IV V . HOIIOlUllI MHIRO ". Old,
v fnu p- h:lk8' "u'ct i
VJ U' llinli- bull, nil KIllL' St.
near 1'ort, every Friday
evening. VIsltliiB llrotli-
ers are cordially Invited
A 13 Ml RPHY. T. n.
II Dl'NSIIKH, Soc.
oaiiu i.oiiiii: mi. i, k. of r.
S7--V .titcia rtt-i) nine .iiiu uuiu i ir
pirHil'iy at 7 20 o clink, I'yllilan
f1. ft....... . i... ..-.I .1.1.. I T..I-
Miuii, corner iieieiuuiu uuu
Fort streets Visiting brothers
cordially invited to uttend.
I' A HAWKINS. C C
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HAN All V. 'lltllli: Ml. I, I. 0. 1!. II.
Meets every lirt and third
Tuesday of each niiinth In
Fraternity Hull. I O O. F
building. Vki.tlng brothers
cordially Invited to attend
I1I2NRY A ASCII, S.icl.cm
LOUS A. F12RKY, C of It
iiomim'm; akkii: no, r. o. e.
"SrM Mwts i
Mwts on second and fourth
iicsdny evening of each
lh fit 7 30 nVlnrk. In
K of I" Hull, corner Fort
nuil llereluiilu Visiting hiothers uio
Invlled to atlend.
wm jn.sns, w. p.
J W ASCII, Secy.
lioMii.n.ti i.onci: mi. soo,
I,. O. 0. JU
?vl)l .meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Fort streot. nenr Kins every Friday
evening nt 7 30 o'clock
Visiting bi others cordially Invited
AMIIUOSn J WIRTZ, Dictator.
K. A. JAC'OUSON, Secretary
V Tn-nwta-r 17m4 S
MILTON i PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
'- Exclusive Millinery
Botton Block, Second Floor
HIGH . CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
BEAUTITIE3 IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at the
Just received by 8. S. Sierra, the
very latest in fancy TAILORED
f. LINEN 8UITS also ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
1027 NUUANU STREET
JUp to-date Millinery and Men's Hata
Office, King Street, epp. Union Grill
(Additional Shipping on Page 6)
TWO STEAMERS NOW EN ROUTE
WILL RELIEVEJCOAL SHORTAGE
One From Japan and Another From Australia With Bin Car
goes of Fuel Maui Brought Sugar and Cattle Thomas
to Sail For Manila at Five This Evening Missourian Due
In the Morning Japanese Depart for Orient In Manchuria.
Honolulu at the lirespnt time In f n I'
ll, C n sliortnRc In loal. Tor noino
weeks the I'nltcd Statei Army qunr
(erinaslprn deimrtnient has no aalt
able fuel for tmnsiiortH that call here
to and from San Krnnclsco mid the.
Two bli; cnrKo carriers, are now on
the n to port, i;ih lienrlnc nt least
"OHO tons toal This fuel Is consigned
to the lnter-Islaud Steam NaUcntion
Compniiy a jiart of the shipment will
tome from .Inpnn. while the remain
tier Is en loute from .Newcastle, N. S.
ArrordliiK to late rabies, the llrltlsh
freighter (iinnxcy, from Aiistrulia,
sailed f Kim Newcastle about a week
lli-'o. This M'ssel should lie here nil
or about June 2''th.
'I he llrltlsh sleaiuslilp Indian Mon
nrih, n vessel of fair lonuaKe, luin
been supplied witli Japanese coal.
This vessel should leach Honolulu not
Inter than .lime 2.Inl, aceordlni; to the
present lolcilhit lolls.
The transport Thomas, now In pint
eu route to the Philippines, will take
on no toal at this port, siilllcient fuel
havltiK been supplied her hunkers he
lore departure from San Francisco.
It Is reported that the United States
Anu transport ) will soon go into
lommisslon, and this vessel Is expect
ed to relieve the situation so far as
thai brunch of the Uovcrnmeut Is con
cerned Over at the Navy yards a consider
abb' pile of uinl is stored.
Ze.ilandla Can Carry Many.
A number of prospective passengers
fm Victoria and Vancouver In the Ca
nadian-Australian liner Zealaudla have
been assured that there Is ample nc-
lomtmidatlon on hoard the steamer.
folliivvliiK a cahlo received at the
UKi'iicy of T II. Davles & Co, local
lepreseiitatlvcs for the Zealnndla Tlio
follnwiiiK accommodations will be.
available First class for fifteen men
and eleven women; second class, for
fifteen men and live women, third
class nciommodntlous for twenty-live
'Uen and ten women.
The SCenlandla will probably, irrt
Tfwa) for Vancouver late Tuesday aft
Deputy Collector Taylor on Dec.
Deput) Collector of Customs llodfier
Tnvlor, after a mouth's Hlegc at the
hospital, during which time he sue
lessfully battled with appendicitis, re
ported at the custom house today and
will resume his duties as deputy col
lector and boarding olllcer with the
tlist of the week. Taylor wus at one
time a verj sick man. The successful
outcome of the operation Is n matter
over which the popular customs man
has been the leciplcul of many sincere
Many Await Steamer Zealandla.
Thote are far more passengers
booked for the north Pactllc coast than
can ue iiccommounieu in mo Canadian
Australian liner Zealandla, according
to tho calculations of T. II. Davles U
Co, the local agents for the vessel.
'I he Zealandla Is now on the way from
Suva to Honolulu and should arrive
here at mi early hour next Tuesday
morning While the exact hour for
departure of tho steamer has not been
fixed it is believed that the Zealandla
will not sail for Victoria and Valium
er much before 4 or ! o'clock that
Asiatics Sail for the Orient.
The I'adllc Mall liner Manchuria,
sailing for Japan ports, Manila ami
Hongkong at si o clock last night, car
ried fifty Aslntle steernRO passengers.
Tho liner left uOO tons general cnrKO
nt this port durliiK tho brief stay. Ala
kea whaif Is piled high In places with
iMiantltles of haled hay and feed,
which was included In tho fi eight for
Maui Brings Hawaii Sugar.
Sugar to the umuunt of :1H.'", sacks
and 7r head cattle weio retelved to
day with the ariival of tho Inter-Island
steamer .Maui from Kawalhao and oth
er Hawaii ports.
According to report made by her
ollltcrs, the vessel met with light
winds and moderate seas on tho re
Missourian Due In the Morning.
Ac col ding to luto advices lecclveil
heiu, tho American-Hawaiian finlghter
Missourian, with New Yoik cargo
transhipped at the Isthmus of Tehuuii
leiier and frulnht supplied at San
riaucisio ami Seattle, will arrive in
the morning. The Missourian Is
bringing In tho uelghboihood of three
thousand tons geneial cargo for Island
Hilonlan Away for Island Ports.
The Matsou Navigation steamer III
Ionian, with u heavy shipment of lum
her and general cargo for Kahuliil,
Port Allen mid Illlo, sailed for Island
ports nt S o"clock last evening. Tho
Hilonlan will be supplied with n full
cargo of sugar before departure from
Two deep sea vessels are reported
nt Mahukona by otlliers In (he steam
tr Maul. The luca Is being dlscbarg
ed of the last of a shipment of Aus
trnllan toal. The schooner Annie
Johnson from San Francisco with
lumber ami general merchandise Is be
lug unloaded .
Mldway Island Buoy.
Ily authority of the bureau of light
houses and the coast mid geodetic sur
vey Mldwny Islands Sand Island,
Welles harbor The hook buoy to bo
l ciliated b a second-class can about
Jul) 1, 1012, without other ihange.
Lurline Meeting with Fine Weather.
An aerogram retelved last night
from the .Mat son Navigation steamer
242 miles Iroin Honolulu Smooth
sen. Moderate northeast breezes. All
Passing of Aged P ,M. Skipper.
With the passing away of Captain
Aaron M. Hums at the Hcllovue Ho
tel In this city, says tho San Francis
eo Chronicle, the lust living sea caii-
tciu who commanded vessels for the
old Paclllc Mall Steamship Company
plying between San Francisco and
Panama, was launched upon bis llnnl
cruise. Tho end camo to Captain
Hums shortl after 3 o'clock. He sue-
cum nod peacciuuy io me ravages or
old age. being In his eighty-seventh
year, after all Illness of two weeks.
Captain Hums was one of tho nota
ble figures of the early history of San
Francisco mid California. He arrived
here In the early part of lSfiO, having
been In Panama In the employ of the
Asplnwnlls a J ear before His name
was tho eighth on the roll of tho old
Vigilance Committee. Ho was u
member of tho Harbor Commission
from 1870 to 1873 mid of the Hoard
of Supervisors during the admliilp-ru-tlou
of former Mayor Pond. Captain
Burns mine here from Philadelphia,
his father having been n sea captain.
The voungor Hums went to sea at the
ago of 12 and commanded a vessel
when only 21.
Captain Hums Is survived by a
widow, iv daughter, Mrs, Jason Gould;
a stepdaughter, Mrs. Krmentlne I'oolo
1ong, and a granddaughter, Miss 01
Ivo Long. The funeral services wis
he held at an undertaking establish
ment at 1122 Sutter street nt 2.30
o'clock Frldny afternoon, with tho In
tenncnt In Mountain View- Cemetery.
To Cross Ocean In Motorboat.
Ni:V YflltK. N. Y June 3. Tho
latest project of Thomas Fleming Day,
editor of tho Rudder, Is to attempt a
voyage across the Atlantic ocean In a
.IS-foot motorboat. Ho sailed last year
from Providence to Homo In the tiny
yawl Senblrd, but savo for tho lest o'
seamanship, this was not such a feat
as the proposed motorboat trip, for tho
Atlantic had been crossed In a small
sailing craft before
Day expects to start either from
Hoston or New York during tho lattci
part of this month to traverse tho
Waters In which a motorboat keel has
nover left a track. Qucenstown, Ire
land, is the port of destination select
ed by Day, and the voyage will ba
doubly hazardous, because tho route
will lie along tho steamship lane and
the motorboat will be but a speck on
the waves of the Atlantic.
The boat selected for tho trip Is of
unusually heavy construction, with a
lank capacity for 1000 gallons of gas
oil no. Her speed Is about live nauti
cal miles an hour loaded mid six nautl
cat miles an hour light. Day llguies
that she will cover In ocean traveling
mi average of 140 miles a day.
There aie accommodations on tho
boot for a crow of llvo men two In
the cngliieroom and thice on deck.
The motor is from leu- to 12 horse
power and tho engiueroom crew will
stand six-hour watches. Provisions
for ninety das and 200 gallons of
fresh water will be tarried.
Two Windjammers Sold.
After o career at sea of twenty-six
years, during which she has been well
known on tho Paclllc Coast, tho old
llrltlsh ship I.i'hmd Brothers tins
been sold for conversion Into a coal
hulk, according to Huropcau advices,
For a number of jeais this windjam
mer llguretl In tho wheat trade from
the Pncltlc Coast to I'urnpo. The four
mast Iron bark Loch Torrldon. another
llrltlsh sailing vessel woll known on
the Const, was recently sold. Sho Is
nt present en inutn rfom Melbourne
for London, linvlng been purchased
by Hcupdlnavlan buyers for tho sum
TIDES SUN AND MOON
I- 6 41
1 I -
i i; 6 I? B.41
u.r. : is an
10 i 0 '
.10 .W ,'it 8 11
s id'u ii tm on ire
t IS 0.41 Hp
(mi o2ii Mil n ii
incioii June 14 nt 7 "it in
Temperature- C n m !, 8 n m
77, 10 n m 7S, 12 noon, 70 Mini
mum last night. 71.
Wind fi n m , vclocllv tl, direction
I:.: 8am, velocity 10. direction N
K. 10 a. in., velocity 12, direction N.
i:.; 12 noon, velocity 14. direction N
i:. Movement past 24 hours, 2 IS miles
llarometer nt 8 a. m . 3ti '17 Itcla
tlve humidity, 8 a. in . t!2 Dew point
at S a in., TiS. Rainfall 21 hours,
AT THE PORT
The Mntson Navigation liner Wll
liclmliin Is expected to return from
Illlo on Sunday morning
The Inter Island steamer Kllauca
from Komi mid Kail ports of tall. Is
due to arrive ut an early hour tomor
The liiter-Islmul steamer W. O. Ilnll
Is taking on cargo toda) preparntmy
to sailing 'for Kauai ports at " o'clock
Tnklng n general cargo of plantation
supplies, the luter-Isluiiil steamer Wal
Iclu was dispatched for llonoknu and
Kukullmele at noon today
Hulling nude oil poured on ant In
festcd piling nt Alaken wharf Is ro
ported to have successfully eradicated
the llttla pest which was iindcrtnlnlu
the supports for the big wharf.
A floating spar Is reported sighted
by the master of the Mokolil while
that vessel steamed between Hlnck
Point and Knko Head yesterday.
Ono stovvawav, a little brown broth
er from tho Philippines, is being re
turned to the land of his nam Ily as
nn Involuntary passenger In the trans
A Hawaiian orchestra on board the
llugshlp Manila Keu made n distinct
hit In the program of melodies render
ed Just before tho departino of the
Illlo pneket yesterday morning.
Tncnmn, Wash , may bo dropped as
a port of call for steamers In tho Osa
ka Shosen Kalslia service. With tho
opening of the Panama Canal, liners
operated by tills company, it Is repot t
cd, will make Sun Frmidsco their
The llrltlsh steamship Ikala, which
was alleged to have been assessed ex
orbltant fees, In reality netted tho
Harbormasters olllte but "1130. The
vessel entered the harbor but was
obliged to return to sea lu order to
clear her oil tanks of water ballast
Per stmr. Kliinu, for Kauai ports,
June 11. Paul Smith. 1). I,. Austin,
W. Ilanalke, J. Ilaualke, C. Crow el I,
Mrs. Crowell ,S. Knlwl, Mr, Hong, Hev,
J. W. Wadtnan. William Smith. Wll-
Ham Akiiua. J P. Cooke, Mrs. M. Mn
halla, William II. Wright. A. Wright,
Miss S. Ilcrg. Miss C. Cockctt, Geo.
Hrault. Miss llrau t. Miss It. Keke a.
Miss II. Horner, Miss M. Koavvo, Miss
A. Mahlkoa, l;llen Poepoo, Miss 1
Illgglns, Miss Lydla Miller, Dr. J. S.
II. Pratt. A. II. Keller, William Ma
hlkoa, William Optiiitil, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Harmon, Fred. Willis, David 11
II, D. Baldwin, T. A. Huriilughmn,
Per stmr. Kllauca, for Kona and
Kau ports, June 18. Itlchard Miller
Mrs. W. C. Miller, Geo. Arnemann,
Miss i:. Arnemann, Miss Kdlth
Aungst, i:imcr Aungst, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Hind and servants, K.I I. Wodc-
house, Mr. mid Mrs. James iliiul. Mo-
na Lelghton Hind. Margaret and Kvn'
Hind, Mr. and Mrs, J. A. McCluire,1
Flora Kaal, Mabel Wilcox, 12. Smith,
tr i i. 'iu ! ii.-i. i,. or Jin ne .Muiisarrat'H elllclent seniles
Z-vZ"tXa: fr?,"C.0!n.l us an evhleii.e of the regard the
Gay, F.mest Gay, 12Islo and May Qoy
G. C, II. M. Verdaser, Mrs. K. Akana,
K. II. Wodahauso, Jr., Jullu Apela, Ro
Per stmr. Mminn Ken, for Illlo, via
way pons, Juno ir. Chas, Gllllland,
Miss Metcalf, Miss Agnes I "laiulo, Mrs.
Geo, I). Russell, .Mrs. Russell, Mrs, A.
J. Knight. Miss V. II. Fisher. Mrs
May Hitchcock and maid, Miss Hitch
cock, Mrs. Chns. Cash, Hclene Plna,
Mnry Weggln. F. HlggerstnlT, William
K. Chamberlulu, Miss Klnuher, Mis,
F. Ciosseu and child, Mrs, M, Downs.
Per stmr, Klnaii. for Kauai ports,
Juno 18. Mrs. A. Rascli. Miss Put
inanii. Miss I2. Roe, Miss 12. I). Gull,
Miss M. Gait. Miss Williamson, Miss
M. Post, Miss II. Hnac, J. P. Cooke,
I), Baldwin, 12mina Simpson, Mary
Simpson, Fnoka Uivell, C Kapukul,
J 11. Fernandez, M. Femnndei, Al
fred Fernandez, Vernon Tcune).
Major Georgo 12 Stnekle, !)th Cnval
ry, hns been detailed to tho quartet,
master's dcpuitmcnt In 1111 the vacan
cy caused by tho death of Major Ar
chibald W Unit, President Tnft'H mill-
taiy udl, who wus lot with tho Titanic
Miss Matjorln Ido, her 'father, Mi.
Iloury C Ide, Minister to Spain; hei
fiance, Mr Shnno Lesllo; Col mid Mrs.
John Lesllo and Mr. William tieyinour
I-eslle mo guests of Mr. and Mis. W.
Ilourke Cockiuu lit I bo Cedars
Washington, L. 1.
(Continued from Page 1)
now nre rend) to take the bonds but
It Is ii hlKtorltnl fact that the mon
market tightens on elictltm Nc.ii-, end
Is usiiiill) fill iiiot untie t'libl) 'olio" -Ini!
the national lonvtiithiiis
Irciisunr Colliding suvs he htliev-s
this general tt ndenev will he not"d
li Kill u this .vinr, and that It Is pos.l-
li It may create soino trouble for the
proposeil dotation no matter which
t.uidldiitt Is placed In nmnln'ttlon ut
the Hi'publlciili convention.
The uctllig governor toduv expcsi
ed the opinion that the service of an
iittnriiev as special counsel to the Ti r.
ritoilal trensunr, to accompany that
ulllclal to the States mid help cxpf
i'IIi Hie bond lliitu t Ion, will not !"
rimed i.ectssar) this time. He said
tint tin legal dllllcultles truated Ily a
in imIm r of new laws in the Ttrrlttiy
which made the eitiphi) incut of A -tiiiney
Hemenwiiv iltslrnble, ut the
time of the tart dotation, will not lie
tiiciiiiuttritl this jt-iir.
The ground has bet n broken now,"
wild Mntt-Siiilth, 'and the status of
the mw bonds Is iilreadt mult rstood
In the Int, In cause It Is the same as
those of tin formtr Issue While the
expiiisc of that special counsel was
heiivv. the work aicompllshcil Justified
It in in) opinion It will hardly he
n lessor) to repeat It. howevtr"
The Increase In the ussessed valua
tion of tin Terrltor), inlslng It to
t lTci.dlKl Odd mulcts It possible for the
Tirrltnr) to ask for a bund Issue, this
Jim of ,$1,700,000, nr tsdo.'ibo inure
tliaii had' In en tonttmplateil, hut this
extra iiinoiiiit proliiibl) will not be re
utilreil unr uskid for
The luting govirnor wus busily tn
K.IKeil toil I) III llguilng nut Just how
iiiih.li of the lust Issue remains for
publli Imprnvi tin ut. uinl while hlsilg
iiiis had not bien inmplctiil at noon,
It Is 1'trt.iln that It will be far under
Refusing the demnnd of Clerk John
Mmcallliio to produce his books of
at counts, John F .Colburn. summoned
to explain what lie did with approx
imate!) $8000 entrusted to him by his
step-son, Antonio A Iing, this morn
ing was taken before Clicult Judgi
Henry H Cooper
Judge Coo pur wus Interrupted lu
the midst of the lehearlug of the Rosa
Lee Tyler, lieu Wise case, and asked
to determine whether Colburn iiiiild
be compelled to pioduce the ui)slel
ious volumes, but the court lefused to
pass "snap Judgment," ami postponed
it until 0 o'clock tomorrow morning
At that-time ho will sit with the com
missioner on the Long-Colhtirn case,
The I-ong-Cullmrn affair has diag
ged on fur many months Long cited
his step-father to give an accounting
of the $8000 mid Interest theitof from
January 30, 1900, when It was turned
over to his care to Invest.
Colburn bus usseited that ho took
tho money on the understanding that
he was to Invest It at his own disci e
tlou, mid that he and Long were to
sluiio lu the ptollts ucciulng He
aveis that he spent most of It In the
purchase of stock of the Killed planta
tion, which became buukiitpt III 1003
or 1904, mid that he assumed the loss
Attorney 12. C Peters, counsel for
the plaintiff, this morning sought to
verify the statement of this stock pm
chase by Colburn's books of accounts
Tho hitter's refusal to produce them
before the commissioner wiib actuat
ed by the advice of his ow ncounsel,
C W Ashford, who knew that tho
commissioner could not compel com
pliance FINE GIFT FOR
Court olllclals today presi ntctl Po
lice Judge Muusarriit with a handsome
',r,M,,,i '" ""' Kl"",t' "' " "."V,""''
"L Ha-?",, "." "''"J:"!!!..: l.'.. .,''"" '
mirror, tti The presentation wus
made In Police. Court, In n cognition
of Jueliie Munsarrat'H elllclent sen lees
touit ollltlals and tiuployes have for
him Atiompans lug the gift was tills
"To the Hon J M Monsarrat, District
Magistrate' uf Honolulu
"Dear Kir We, the emph))(s of tint
abiive-nutuid lourt, btg to tinder to
I jour Honor our vvnriii anil lujtil uin-
Krntuhitions on this ntcasloii, the tlf-ty-elghth
amilveisaiy of your Honor's
blrtlulav, and ut the same time present
for )nur Honoi's nciiptancu the no
iiinipau)liiK gift as a slight token of
the very high estiom nnd regard lu
whb b )ou an- hi let b) us
"Trusting that Its acceptance will
afford you as much pleitsuri lis Is given
us In the presentation, wishing you
man) happy letiuns of (he il.ij, wo me,
diar sin, vei) respeitfull) joins, 12
N I'lrnande, 12 J Crawford, J K
Kaeo. J I' Dlas, A K F Yap, I2d
Tow iim ml "
Lewis Meirlnm, Jr. son of Mnjol
Lewis Men lam, II. S. A., left for New
Mexico, whole he will ho emplo)eel on
tho United Stntes geological survey
piitll November, when ho will leturn
to this city mid resume bis studies ut
tho Columbian Preparatory Si hool lit
has been lioiulnated by the Piesldent
to take tho examination for tho Pulled
States Mllltmy Atadeui) next year.
Mis. Knrns, wlfo of Lieut Comman
der F. I). Knrns, ll. 8 N, is visiting
her mint. Mis (leorc,o Weed Wullaco,
ut tho Oakland.
(Continued from Page,1)
the shots without knowing where they
came from, mid Inst no time. In get
Hug out of tho vicinity. All admitted
to being more or less drunk nt the
time, mid their lccollcctlons nre dis
A hnu' nil., In ,L n u nitron ,n ll,n itnn
..., .11. ' nn h'.l' II, llli; VIU1U.
by tho sensational testimony of Hen
Nyberg, n tailor, who gave evidence,,
which led to the detention of a Rus
sian I, allied WlketV Jokstnks as the!
suspected murderer. Hrlctly, N) berg's
st or) Is that he heard shots and ran
toward the building. He snw a man
with a gun, come from the entrance,
mid Jumped In to closo with hlin.
ARMY AND NAVY
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(8pr"i..! Eullntt-i Corrosponelonce.)
WASHINGTON, I). C.. June 1. Ho
cause of lack of uniformity In' the man
ner of wearing tho campaign hats Is
sued to officers and men of the Marina
Corps General lllddle, commandant of
tho ciirps, hns Issued an order direct
ing that the hats shall bo worn In tho
shape Issued by tho quartermaster,
with tho crown creased from front to
rear. He says that that crease Is not
lu be pinched together, nor any other
i hmigo made In tho shape of tho hat,
except that the brim may bo turned
down slightly In front to protect tho
eyes from the sun. It Is prescribed,
also, that the hat ornament bo fasten
ed lu Its piopcr place and through
only one thickness of the lint. Coin
nimidlug olllcers uro held accountable
for the faithful observance of this or
der, ieiiilrlug now hats to be piocuicd
lu euses of violations.
Tho following named ollltcrs nro de
tailed to enter the noxt clnss at the
Army School of the Lino at Fort 1am
venworlh, Kan.. August IT,, 1912 Cap
tains I2dvnrd L, King, 2nd Cavalry;
Charles A. Hoineyn, 2nd Cavalry;
Flank L. Case. 4tn Cavalry: Wallato
II. Scales, fitli Cavalry; Robert .1.
I lemlng. 10th Cavalry; Jonn M .Mor-
inn, 12th Cavalry; Waller C Hahcock,
i:iih cavalry; oren II Meyer, 14th
t'nviiliy; Casper W Cole, litis Caval
ry; William S. Iliowulng, Oth Field
Aitlllery; AUred A Slmblrd, nth Field
Artillery, Admi (1 Clarke. Coast Ar
tillery Corps, Pi tint Is II. Lincoln,
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants,
Merchant Street, near Fort Street
ADLE TO BUILD
No Way Yet Found to Con
struct Waialua Plant With
After working on the problem of tho
Waialua wattrnorks for some time, tho
Oahu loan fund tonimles'sii has not
)tt been able to see Its way clear to
building the much-needed works In tho
upproprlatlon of S10.0U0 made by the
engineer II Stuart Johnson of t lit
(Oiuinlstlon mid Members Joe Fein
mid Ham Dwight met at Halelwn last
Tiiesduy morning and canvassed tho
proposition, which has ulready been
given much attention bv the other
members of the commission. Chairman
Andrew Adams, T II Petrle nnd Mar
Chairman Adams kiivs that the dlf
lleultlis are manifold It bus bi'i-u
found Impossible to secure the water
from Waialua plantation, for the plan
tation can not entir Into a contract to
furnish the vvnter tlnily, on nctouiit of
the uncertainties of Irrigating Its own
cmicfltlil. Nor Is n gravity s)stcm
practicable, as the wells are not sit
uated high enough to furnish the mo
essiiry "hiad" If a pumping plant Is"
decided upon. Its upkeep, which will
full upon the city and toiintv. will In'
"The engineer Is going Into the in
tire proposition thoroughlv." said
Chairman Adams, "hut the outlook lor
gittlng the waterworks built within
tin, iiprlroprlatliin Is not bright"
Chairman Adams expecta to tall u
meeting of the commission shnrllv
For news and (lie truth about It nil
people buy (lip II 11 1 1 e 1 1 n.
Const Artillery Corps; Clnrenco M.
Condon, Const Artillery Corps; Hers
thel Tu pes, 1st Infantry; Robert 1.
Itecs, 3rd Infantry; J. Do Camp Ilnll.
4th llifantr) ; Thomas M. Anderson,
Jr.. 7th Infmitry; Ira C. Welhorn, 9th
Infnnlry; William Taylor, 10th liifun
try; I2dgnr K. Myer, lltli Infantry;
Kduln S. Hartshorn, 14th Infautr) ;
Preston Drown, 17th Infantry; Wult
C. Johnson, lSth Infantry; Hdniuud S.
Snyer, Jr.. 21st Infantry; Robert
Whitfield, 22nd Infantry; Albert It.
Dillingham, 23rd Infantry; William 1-2.
llennctt, Jr., 2r,th Infantry; William
C. Rogers. 27lh Infantry; William I.
Lutz. 2sth Infantry; Fredeiltk W.
Unvls, 29th lufnntiy; William A Cnr
lelou, -loth Infantry, mid William II
Armstrong, Porto Itlco Regiment of