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BY SLEUTHS ON
(Hptclal nu I lot In Correspondence.)
IIILO, June H. When tho big
Amcrlcnn-llnwallnn frclRht tnnk 8 8.
Virginian rcnchod IIIIo the other dny
nltli no Icsh (linn tliroo kern young
deputies of Customs Collector Stack
able aboard, thero wn something of
it sonsntloiml Hurry In tho Crescent
City's Chlnntnwn, mid perhaps a llttlo
anxiety on tho part of oilier tlinn
Orientals who Imvc been and Kt 111 arc
more or less Interested In tho pocu
nliiry advantage of bundling tho poppy
Juice when "not found out
Uncle Sam works mysteriously, nor
does be "feet out bulletins or posters
ns In bin next move. United States
District Attorney n, W, Iircckons nnd
Collector of Customs D. It. Stnckable,
alwiiyfl In close touch with Federal
iiutborltles on the United Hlntcn main
land, have made It volcanlcally hot
for opium smugglers ns far as Ho
nolulu Is concerned, and It wus thought
that the trulllc In the stuff of which
dreams arc made had been utmost
stamped out, until one or two Inter
esting Incidents In the Citadel City, to
wit, Honolulu, revealed tho strong pos
sibility that opium coming Into and
being consumed In this Territory was
not necessarily landed In Honolulu, but
might bo In the process of being reg
ularly landed In Hllo, not to mention
some other ports of this Territory.
However, ,tho wise conclusion was
reached that Hllo mis the second ob
jective port after things had become
'too warm for the smugglers In Ho
nolulu. Three 8leuthi Aboard.
So when the Virginian nrrlved here
early this week thero were aboard
threo custom house sleuths Louis
Heecs, Inspector In charge, hero of
many u dope raid, nnd Inspector
Charles Carter nnd Manuel Modelros.
Strnngo that the Inspectors on thn
Virginian should be hero In time to
incct the H 8. Wllhelnilnn, which nr
rlved from San Francisco, & Hono
There were parties In Hllo who got
wind of the fact that the Inspectors
were comlpg up In the Virginian, oth
erwise there might have been some
thing doing. It Is whispered. In tho way
of u clever catch of wnutdho smug
glers by tho local force.
However, Ilyron K, Ilalnl. Hllo cus
toms chief. Is llko n clnm when It
comcf, to handing nut any light on
these subjects, and Louis Heeves
in lived equally us mum when politely
approached for Information by tho
Herald's smuggling reporter.
Tim nKitnmSi trtsiiertiirs will r
turn tci Honolulu thfs morning unless
held hero longer by wireless orders.
They will not soy gooy-byo to Hllo
however, for It Is understood that they
will havo frequent trips to mako be
tween Honolulu and this port In tho
next few months aboard tho vessels
of tho Amcrlcnn-Hawnllau und Mat
son Navigation companies.
When the Toyo Klscn Knlshn Btonm.
ship Company puts Its Japan-Mexico
boats on the Hllo run thero will be
all the mojo need for customs Inspec
It Is known that dopo Is being land
ed mi this Island, and It Is equally
rertuln that, though It will tako time,
tho guilty parties will bo appre
hended. The Incident which put the Virgin-Inn-
tinder suspicion was In connection
with an employo aboard tho steamer
V o Hall. He got some opium from
That opium continues to come Into
tho Territory Is certain, for tho Ho
nolulu authorities have tho system
down to suclf a tine point that Hreck-
nns or 8tncknblc could at any given
tlnio say, within n few tins, barring
a recent smuggled consignment, Just
how many tins of dopo there nro be
ing used on Onhll.
The number of Ins used Irf n cer
tain period Is In excess of the known
Importation, hence tho certainty of
continuous smuggling. A study of lo
calities, of tho friendships between
opium users, of tho sudden wealth of
suspected persons nil these things
help to point to the destination of the
prohibited poppy Juice, From now on
there will bo quick movements of cus
thus Inspectors between Honolulu and
IIIIo, all on the opium account.
In tho meanwhile, as above inti
mated, there Is n scurrying to their
holes of opium sellers In thts'clty.
(Rpeclnl Ttullnttn Correspondence.)
IIII.O, Juno H. Although tho rain
linn not cleared nwny, thero Is a de
cided let-up on tho brand of weather
that was being liandod out tho first of
tho week. Tho prospects for another
long dry spell are very slight.
Quito a number of volcano tourists
nrrlved by the Maunu Ken on tho sec
ond trip of tho new schedule, the ma
jority holding tickets via tho rnllwny
nnd unto bus route. Arrangements
nro being made so that tourists will
also havo a number of hours In und
about Hllo without missing n steam
er when making the round trip.
Daniel Schuttc, a representntlvn of
n number of Kngllsh syndicates with
money to place In pnylng and promis
ing propositions, arrived from Hono
lulu during the week und went to tho
volcano to eve tho world's greatest
wonder. He Is on Oils sldo of tho
earth looking Into the, copra proposi
tion, and Is seeking nil Information
regarding tho recent hale of funning
It, Gooding Field, the expert nc
coiintnnt on clle uffnlrs, nnd who
lately finished nu Investigation and
made n report on the, affairs or tho
The PALM CAFE
Delivered to Any Part of the City
city and county of Honolulu, arrived
on the Maunu tO.it Thursday lie
will enter Into negotiations with thn
commercial bodies of IIIIo for the in
vestigation of the clllclency and civic
financial condition of the county of
Hawaii. His coming has created con
siderable stir In all tho commercial
circles of tho city.
A Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forever band to give concert
hivu uhivuc lumum
R. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
A close which ii iicing Kepi lor g.ju
opium at this port There are tliren us
customs men here two on board the ("s
Virginian nnd ono nshore. It enn not 38
bo learned whether they nro watch
ing for something they know to bo
In tlie vicinity or to present any pos
sible Juhding of the drug from thn
Virginian .Nothing has trunsplred so
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C. E. SOCIETIES IN
Old and now Ilnwnllan songs woro
sung Inst night at tho concert of tho
Knwiilalino C. K. memlicrs nt K. of 1.
hull, Ono of tho lilta uf the evoking
wiib Mrs. Kalll of Kutial. Tho pro
gram, which wan participated In by
number of Knileavur Buddies, was
Instrumental Selection, Honolulu
Olco Club. Song, "Iln lllkl no mo
A'u." Knwulalino Christian Kndcuv
or. Song, Pauon Ilnys. Song, Ultima-
hlehlo, Mrs. Kalll. Bong, "1-el Plka
ke," Kiimollllll Christian
felt of ilmuv
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tin o piM'Btll
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will oao torn.
(Inurim,! frrntil tt th l-fcut tmnnful of til tbl
fklo rnPftrftiloD' fnrult Of UdniiflM( and Tintr
Uoodt I)rlf n m tbt Ubltf d Suit, Ctoftdo ftnd Europe.
WD.T.HOPUIS. fico, 37 Eriat Joott Strut XrwM.
g i iiio iinwuuun imnu win Kive u oenu
CREAM OR MAfilCAL BEAUTIFIER roncert and dance tonight In K.
"I I lltlll, UI'KINIIUIK at lidv utiufiv.
HtmOVM TM, rimpU . ,.. ,.n,n.,m.t, ,1n,1l,.nln,t In tf Itin.
Kiihlo will be played for tho first time
111 public The progrnm tonight Is ns
Chorus, "Hawaii Kdenn Nanl," Hatn
uet Kamnknla, Hawaiian bund,
Song, "The Hill of Fare." Knstgn
Mandolin solo wait a, "Country Fid
dler," Lowell Kupnu, accompanied by
"Lucia I)n Ijiininermoor" (Doni
zetti), by request, Hawaiian band.
Violin solo, "I'olkn Pltzzlcalo," O.
Uonilngo, Orcgorlo Domingo, accompa
nied by llludlo Nnnlazca.
Duet, "Khe's Oone, Let Her Oo."
Messrs I. Kupnu nnd (I. Mnluna
Hawaiian ulr, "Ho Lei no Kalanlana
ole," 8amuel Kamakala, Hawaiian
"Kuu Ipo Lei Monu" (spaclal), Whlto
and I'urplc Quintet.
8ong, I'ualknlnnl Kndeuvor. Song,
"Uinrt Uiko," Maunuklckio Christian
Knilcmor. Song, llutioliilu Glee
Club, Song, "Wlllwlll Wnl." Knwaln
hno Christian Knilcavor Song, "Until
wai," Knninllllll Christian Knileavor.
8ong, "Uliiliua," Mnunukieklo Chris
tian Kmlfavorl Song, Ulumahlehlc.
Song, I'liulkalnnl Christian Kndvnvor.
Song, I'nuoa Iloys Song, Honolulu
Glee Club. Song, Hawaii t'onol.
The demands of the track foremen.
Including an elxht-hour day Baturdays
nnd time and a half for overtime on
Sundays and holidays, were granted
by the New York, New Haven and
Hartford Itallroiid Company. Hyitein
Kirn destroyed tho Marlon block In
tho public Biiusro nt Marlon Ind I passes In placo of dUlslon passes, were
Kndonvor. causing datnagfjcBUiniitcd nt HfiO.ono. , also granted.
That there It no danger that V CI
Smith, the Promotion Committee's re.
centlv appointed lecturer nnd public
ity agent will make unfriendly stu '
merits about Hnwalluns when be gets
to the mainland, and that the com
mittee Is making cry plain to tl'i
lecturer Hint he will not be permitted
to enst slurs upon the Hawallaus wh:H
he -Is In the employ of the committee.1
was the gist of a discussion by tho
members of the committee etcula)
The matter was brought up by n
discussion of the resolutions adopted
by the Hoard of Supervisors Thursday
night, tho possibility of the supervis
ors cutting off the t2M monthly ap
propriation for promotion work being
mentioned Howeter, the committee
feels suro thnt when the board learns
that It has no sympathy with attacks
Ulinn the Huwnllaus nnd Is outlining
lfu ttnllnt It, tlilri rnpnFil miltn tilulnli'
to Its lecturer, the board will not lop
off tho appropriation
The discussion wus summarized by
one of the members of the commit'.' e
who said esterday, "No attack on t'i"
Hawaiian will be permitted by the
committee This Is understood from
the start "
That the committee bad some nils- j
glvlngs as to Just what attitude Us
paid lecturer will take on the Haual-,
lans when he gets to the mainland Is
Indicated by a letter received from Mr, !
Smith yesterday, dated June 7 Smith
In this letter refers to an Inquiry on
the part of the commltteo as to bis
attitude on the 'color question" Ills
reply was rend to the committee tes
terday and is as follows
"Honolulu, June 7, r.'1'J
"II. P. Wood, I3sq . Secretary, Hawaii
"Mjl Dear Sir. I would herewith
acknowledge the receipt of your ravor
of jjune .1, containing it copy of the
resolutions passed by the Hawaii Pro
motion Cnmmltttc In relation to mv
employment as lecturer and publicity
agent of the commltteo In- the main
land of tlie United States and through
out the Dominion of Caiiadi ami out
lining my duties In connection tluro
wlth. "Ill reply to tho Inquiry as to my
possible attitude on tile color question
to lie taken In public addresses, let
me say. as I said some days ago to
Mr J t). Mclncrny. that the subject
lias no relation to my plans Local
political differences should have noth
ing to do with promotion work for all,
and this work should not reiognlre
such differences or those of race and
color To help promotion, I should
naturally want to attract people here,
not drlvo them nwuy or perplex them
about coming und thus defeat tho ob
jects of our mission. Touching tho
Hnwalluns, any lecture or series of
pictures which I niny give ns n means
of persuading inalnlalidcrs to Visit us,
would naturally show the picturesque
nnd nttrnctltc phuses of native life,
not be designed to create prejudice,
und alarm Should I tlnd In the South
mlsglxlngs nbout the color or nttltude
of our native people I should consider
It m duty to allay them, nnd. In this
connection 1 shall hope to get native,
musicians to help create nn Interest
In the lectures nnd to prove their own
civilization and culture
"Permit me to call your attention
to tlie fact. In accepting your prop
osition for n year's service, that my
lews of local politics have nevercol
ored my services to Hawaii on tho
mainland where I havo had ncccss to
press and platform for many years.
In lectures thero about Hawaii I hava
neter mentioned local feuds or divi
sions, nor drawn the color line. You
may tie suro thnt I should not do so
In promotion work, which can not bo
well done If I should give anybody an
excuse for staying nwny from here.
"Thanking you for the appointment
ns lecturer and publicity agent, and
hoping to Justify It by services of
value to all the people of this Terri
tory. I remain, very truly yours,
"(Signed) WALTER O. SMITH."
KANE TO GIVE DANCING
EXHIBITION IN ARMORY
Henry Kane, dancing Instructor,
who has been teaching a number nf
young boys tho art of dancing, will
give nu exhibition this evening In tho
nrmory ut 8 o'clock. The dancing, nc
cording to those who witnessed tho
little ones go through the varloua
performances, will Incltido drill waltz.
Spanish waltz, poll ribbon dance and
medley. Tho proceeds will bo do
niited to the funds of the Kaulkcao.
Iiinl Children's Hospital nn Kuaklul
Col. Jones, In chnrgo of tho arm
ory, has granted permission to Kano
for thn use of the drill shed. And
nfter tho dancing exhibition Chns. A.
Collrlll, Collector of Internal Ileve
uue, will address the audience. It Is
expected th.tt one of tho trustees ot
thn hospital will bo present at tho
FIM8T INFANTnY BAND.
The First Infantry Hand will play
nt Port Hugcr lids afternoon. Tho
concert will begin at 4: SO o'clock,
ami the following program will be ren
dered: March Tlie Wliinhu Fight
Overture Nubucodenosor Verdi
Serenade Jovlta Armand
Sextet From "Lncln" Donizetti
Itag That Mysterious Hug Snyder
Paraphrase Der Lorelei Nesvadha
Selection Msdame Sherry .. Ho&chna
Medley Snyder Schulz
In the evening tlie Itrst Infantry
orchestra will piny for tlio reception
nnd diinco to be given nt Fort Hugcr.
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