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KF 2 EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1912
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IIiiiiiiIiiIii llilnl Hicnc.
lluitiill.iii- llilnl IliLTir.
III lliih.i luiplil V'. n, (I.
I , s.- Nll Villi.
0(1. Mill Mccillll Ilium.
AH Tlslttni memeern of tat
Order ro cordially Invited to
attend medium o( local ladies
Mi-el nn tin
'Jml Mlllt till
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7::i(l 1'. M.
UtlllT A soil'
JlrMMI I.OIHii:, Ml
It. n( 1'.
Meets mi rv 2nd and -till Sutur
f)SJiliIiiy evening at 7 30 o'clock In
'K uf P Unit, cor. Fort tand
Ilouliiiil.i Visiting urothvra
conl.ally Invited to attend.
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Honolulu I-odgo No CIO,
' II 1 O T.lks, meets In
their li.ill, on King St,
mar Fort, every Krlilii)
evening Visiting Ilroth
crs arc cordially Invited
, a i! mitsfhy. n n.
II ni'NSIinK. Sec.
t ..-111 I ...
OA1UI I.ODCi: X). 1, K. of 1.
fttMee's every Mrst and third Frl
(5iTUdny at 7 SO oMock, I'ythlan
S3'"""' corncr Heretanla and
y Fort streets VIrIHuk brothers
cordially lnlted to ntteud
r A HAWKINS. C C.
o iir.ixi:. u ot it. ,l s
HAWAim Tllllli: M). 1, I. 0. It. 31.
Meets every first and third
Tuesday of each month in
Fraternity Hall. I O O F
buildliiK Vl-ijtin;,' brothers
cordially Itnltcd to attend
HKNIIY A ASCII, Sacl.cm
LOI Ih A. FI-'ItllY, C. of 11.
IIOMH.I'I.F aimiii: 110, F. 0. F.
Meets nn second and fourth
Mlnesday evcnliiR of each
month nt 7 HO o'clock. In
K of 1' Hall, corner Fort
nml llcrctnnhi Visiting brothers are
Invited to attend
wm joni:s, W. I.
J W ASCII, Secy.
iio.Noi.n.r lodci: o. soo,
1,. 0. 0. .11.,
will meet In Odd Fellows' building.
Fort street, near Kins over Friday
e oning ni I so ociock
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMIIItOSi: ,1 Wlim, Dictator.
13. A JACOHSOSl, Sccrotnry.
Importer Fort St
MILTON S. PARSON3
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
Doston Block, Second Floor
HIGH CLASS MILLINEFIY
Club StaUes Dlock
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
DEAUTITIES IN HCADQEAH
Are Always .Found at the
Just received by S. S. Sierra, the
ytry latest In fancy TAILORED ,
LINEN SUITSi also ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
1027 MUUANU STREET
Up to-date Millinery and Men's Hats
(Additional Shipping on Page S)
INDUSTRIAL WORKERS' DELEGATE
LEFT BRITISH STEAMER WHILE HERE
Local Waterfront May Be Scene of Campaign Nippon Mam
to Make Short Stay Honolulan Expected Wednesday
Morning With Full Complement of Passengers Several
Inter-island Arrivals Coast'ng Steamers to Carry Fourth
of July Excursionists.
When i lii' IIiIiIkIi HlcnniHlilii Ikalaitoinobilos According In n Into aero
-niliil iroiii Honolulu for Melbourne
xusfrnlla a f( w dnvs ngo nftor taking
ii several lliounniiil hnircls fuel oil,
ui linst one member of lier crow In a!
Uwd to Iiiixc remained nthoro ratlier
I han a, company tlo steamer to the The follonhiR rndlivteleKraph ines
Miuiliein continent. sace has Ikoii received by the nBcnls
One of the prominent offlclnls Iden of the S S. Honolulan, hound for no
tified with the Industrial Workers ol nolulu from San Francisco
i lie worm, selciicd iroin ono of tint
riiKct Mtuinl orKanlrntlons, Is said up
on -( client niiihorit to have board
en the itrltlsii trnmp al Seattle, and
Kcomp-inled that essel to tho Iln
.vnllnii Islands in the culsc of a sailor.
loiiowiiiK mo ste.imirs nirlval hero
tor additional fuel the I. W. W. walk-i
liiB delecatp Is ic-ported to havo tnkeii
li .. ,.rai. a. Ilr. Inn (1.1. ..'
" l"1' ' " " ' ' I"
nv Hianeii irouiue at I'orl lownseiul
juxt biforu the Iknln cleared for Alls-
UUIIU II, nonilli; HI'eilH Ol IllSeOni
iiinoiiK the meniliers oflhe crew.
The Fort Tovvr.send autliorlties aro
mid to have laken a decided stand 111 '
i ne maiter ami me ilelegato was Ktven
to iindei stand that Rrceiier pictures
mm K,n uu luiiiiu in mo AiiiipiHicH or in
the South Sea. The StatPUIPIlt Was
also tnndp Mils inoriilnK that Just be-
lore slilppiiiK nun) In llio Ikahi, t lie I
dplpKate sent his card to the secretary
m the organization ns n means of pre
ventlnK his Idontliy from bccdmlni;
knmvn to ,, her sailors or ilremcn.
... ,..u. .,, iiiiiiun i
biiui i-uuuuiMi iiiiJiiKii ine ssippcr cud
succeed lu sccurliiK several workawas
wtio aRieed to ship to Australia for
Island Steamers Return with Full
Sugar miido up tho bulk of the par
goes that vvero received with the nr
ilvai of soveral Inter Island steamers.
The Kiunii, from Knual ports, Is back
vvitii 5500 sacks sugnr, 2 nutns, n
liinntlty of empty drums. 50 cases lion
pv.,:! horses. 30 bales hides, 139 pack
ages sundries. The Mlkaliala. from
Maul nnd Moloknl pons, brought 3G'i
rnses hone), 1 auto truck, 15 cords
wood. II", pigs II crntes chickens, 4
enses eggs, anil 150 packages sundries.
Sugar in llio amount of 5500 sneks
arrived In the Hall, which vessel
made a speclnl trip Horn Knual ports,
Australian Liner Passed Muster.
Federal aulhoiltles stationed nt San
Francisco are giving miiih attention to
Hie life saving equipment carried by
all vessels entering Hint port. The
I tilled Stnles Supervising Inspector of
Lifeboats has examined Iho Hfo-savlng
apparatus of tho I'nloti ('iimpnu)'s
Iiriiish steamer Aoraugl. recently at
San Francisco from Iho Antipodes, and
loiiml that the vessel compiled with
he red-tit order Issued hy tho author
ities at Washington, 'iho Aoraugl's
. ,. ....,. ,,,t- ,n,,, ui nun run. ()ior ni t,0 American-Hawaiian
It iKtharKcd Unit the reresentatlvo',nrf iH nn nf llio lnrrawt Irnrllon
ncco da in" i s vvltl.l('"nlly nni'"iiyliiK "'o remains of
u.rr"K& ,n, " "' ,,nl,lttl" ",lK,lt re,,lr" l0
!. 1 J.VTiJ ', " "iKahulul. The Mlknhnla sailed for tho
Kiulpmeul Is I
I he New Zialaiu
said to be unusually stringent.
Steamers Off for Kauai.
Three stiamerM nro booked for do
partuie for Kauai ports this evening.
The W (1 Hal, whlih returned from
the Cnrdcn Inland with tho usual con
signment, of sugar, is to sail for regu
nent of sugar is to sail for recru. AiiormuK jo jaio rcpnris mo ami-
ngois only. Tho Nllliau, with T'1 ,I0," nrt Allc,,,fnr l",n ""lnJ-."":
ml cargo is on tho hoards to ' ,ol 'M" conpleto n en. go of Island
geiiciul cargo Is on tho hoards t
nvva at 5 o'clock with perhaps a late)'? ,K'" ", " '"V,"" .'",l S ' ..
mall Tl.cNoenu. for windward ports'""0 wlU 8"" ,llrcU for Sn ' ran
wjll also sail at tho snmo hour. Tho
,.. ll ... ii. i .,.
Nneuu entries explosives and combtis
Eleven Thousand Tons Coal en Route.
i'lvveu thousand tons nml nto now
in route to tho Islands In two hug,,
cm go carriers T h o Inter l.lnn.l
Mionin Mitigation t (impiiny Is Import
ing I he fuel from Jupau mid Australia.
The Ilrlllsh freighter Otternsoy from
Newcastle. N. S. W.. Is expected to nr
live heio about July 2nd. Tho llrlt-
ish steamship Indian Mon'nrih, vvlilch
Is now on tho wnv from .immn iviit.
ovor live thousand tons coal, should
niilve n Honolulu not Inter than
T (1110 Zftll.
Nippon Maru Brings Filipinos.
A Inrcrn .Inlfiirntlnri ti Pillttlnnu trnrl
lnnnnnsp urn liunilipre.l nmnnrr II, o oonlwltll 5130 Slicks bllgnr llllll a fOW Pliek
Aslailc stcciago passengers duo to nr 1KtH r sundrlps, Is nn nrrlvnl lu port.
rive tomorrow morning In tho Teo According to reports brought by her
Klsen Knlsha llnor Nippon Maru This " tho vessel encountered rnlr
vessiil will berth nt Alnkpa wharf andttea,llcr' "S"1 w''1('s nl smooth seas.
iH'ordlng to n Into wlreloss lecelved' Ra
ni the agency of Castle & Cooko 5"0 Iwalanl for Hawaii Ports.
tons Oriental cargo will bo discharged! T" Intci-lslnnd stonmer Iwalanl Is
nt Honolulu It Is tho present Intiii-
h,,,, to dlsimlch Iho steamer for Sun
Fiantlsco on or about G o'clock.
Big Mall In the Honolulan. "
A largo mnll from Hie mainland Is
abonrd tho Mntsnn Navigation steam
ship llotiolulnn, which Is nenrlng this
port nnd should nulvo at nn enil)
hour on Wednesdn) moriilng. Tho
Honolulan, ftotu Snn I'iniiclbco. Isl
bringing GO cabin passengers, 479 sacks
mall, 2015 tons caigo, including 8 an
"" received al the agency of C'nitle
& Cooke, the vessel has no rnrgo for
other Island ports The Honolulan
will berth at llackfeld wharf.
8 S. Honolulan, Juno IB, 8 p. m.
1127 miles from port; smooth sen; nil
well. For Honolulu CO cabin passen-
rcrs. I7!l sacks mail, 8 automobiles
20t.ri tons enrRo. Ship will arrive
Wednesday mornlnc and dock nt the
Bg Traction Engine Has Arrived.
uiKlnes ever brought Into tho Terrl
tory f itHwnil. The eliKlue arrived 111
f nln c freiulneis somo dnvs
nrrn niwl alnn II, nl tlmn n noi-ou ..f in...
Iclinnlps has been busv nssemtilliiL' the
bcveral parts and prepnrlnK tho ma
clitnc for service.
Tho ciikIiic Is tho proper!) of the
lxinl - YouiiK i:nKlnerlnB Company and
xx in bo used by that concern In nil fill
Inr. Ila .nlrnnt In nlni,llnir imnr
) mCH 0f tho proposed belt road.
wilhelmlna Taking Many Pai.enger..
At k,n9t ,2I) 1)asge,1Kor8 lmvo ,lll8
fnr ,)(1CI1 1)ookc( for Snn rrnticlsco In
tll0 MntBOtl NauBatloii steamship
wilhclinlnii. to sail for tho Coast
10 o'clock Wednesday morning. Tho
Wilhelmlna will depart for tho mnlii'
land with 5000 tons sugar and 400
tons miscellaneous freight Including
.'i'lOO bunches bananas and 2000 casps.
or preserved pineapples.
Australian Meat for Island
A iiinntity of Australian beef nml
mutton Is understood to ho aboard In
rpfilgerators of tho Canudlnti-Aiistrn
linn liner Zcalandlu, duo to arrive lu
port tomorrow afternoon
About four hundred carcasses of beef
and tho snmo number of mutton aro
expected to nrrlve In tho vessel.
Zealandla Due Tomorrow Afternoon.
Through wireless messages two
stcumcrs en rtiutc to Honolulu have
been heard from lis follows
C-A S. S, Zcnlnndla, en routo from
Australia to Vancouver, via Honolulu,
8 j). in., Juno 10. will nrrlvo Tuesday,
1 p. in., expects to sail 8 p. m.
M N. S. S. Honolulan, en routo to
Honolulu from San Francisco, 8 p. m
June 10812 miles off port, flno wea
ther, all well.
Mikahala Bore Baldwin Remains.
A speclnl trip of tho steamer Mika
linla to Maul was ordered )es(crday
lu order Hint members of tho llnldwln
Valley Island Into yesterday afternoon
follow lug consldcrnblo dllllculty In
loundliig up a crew. Tho vessel ro
tinned 'tq pent this morning.
Kauai Sugar Report.
Knual sugar report as brought with
tho arrlvnl of tho Inter Island stonmer
Klunu Includes tho following consign
ac - i n mai- ns xtM. "V ;',' '
KKI1 !)M0 MAK 3u,91S, Mell 25.01.1.
KS 3000, I,P 14,781,
(IK 15,000, KP
Loading Sugar at Kahulul,
The American shin Fryo Is cnninlet
lB cargo of sugar at Kahulul propnrn
lory to sailing for Delavvaro Ilroakwa
,cr 'rl' vessel was ropnrled lit tho
Mnul I""1 ' olllccra arriving In Hie
. niC'lllllCT .IIKUIIUIU,
Iwalanl Brought Hawaii Sugar.
llio inter minim steumor Iwnlani,
" "l0 boards for dispatch fot .Malm
'"'Ha mid Knwnlhao ut noon tomorrow
.iuhihk general cargo aim plantation
Iwalanl Sugar Report,
' According to tho purser of Iho Inlet
Islander Iwalanl COO sacks Klpuhulu
nl11' 2ono sacks H0110I1 1 sugm awnlt
shipment nt Hawaii pints
for news nud the truth about It nil
people, liuj the Uu lie tin.
Temperature -G a m, 72, 8 n m ,
7G; 10 a. m , 7C; noon, "ll; mlnlmmn
Inst night, 71.
Wind 0 a In, velocity 0, dliectlon
N II ; 8 a. in, velocity 8, dliectlon N
I' , 111 n. m vpIocII) fl, direction N.
i:. noon, velocity !), direction N II
Total w'lnd Inovcinetit for imbI 21
hours, 170 mlloH.
llnromrtcr nU 8 a in, SO 07: tlew
lioint lit 8 a m , CO, rclntlve lininldily,
S a in , 70; absolute humidity, S a. in ,
Tntnt rnlnfnll during past 21 hours.
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cable to Merchant'
Monday, June 17.
SAN FIIANCISCO Sailed. Juno It,
3 p in., S. S. Enterprise, for llllo.
Sailed, Juno If., S. S. Iljndes, for
Arrived, Juno 10, schr Ilonolpu,
from liana, May 21.
Arrived, Juno 17. 2 20 a. m., S. S.
Mongolia, hence June 11
POUT SAN LUIS Arrived, June 15,
S. S, Lansing, hence Juno 7.
TACOMA Sailed. Juno 15, S. S.
Mexican, for Honolulu.
MAHUKONA Sailed, Juno 15, Bchr.
Incn. for Astoria, (lie.
SAN IMIDItO Sailed. June 10, vnchlH
Scnfaicr, Litrlluo, Nntoosc and Iln
wnii for Honolulu.
S S. NIPPON MAUI' - Will arrive
fiom Yokohama tomorrow (Tups
da) I at 10 n. in nud will probnbl)
salt nt 5 ii. in for Sun Francisco.
S. S. HONOLULAN Will dock at
Hnekfeld wharf Wcdiipsda) momliigl
from Snn Francisco with CO cabin
passengers, 17!" sacks mail. 8 nulo
imilillen nnd 2ilfi tons rnriro.
s s 'lr.vt.AN'niA will nrrivn
Tupsilnv nt 1 n in from Svdncv nnd
will probnhl) sail at 8 p
Tho steamer Nllliau, for Kauai ports
Is on tho berth for departure nt "
o'clock this evening
The noxt mnll for Snn Francisco Is
sQlicdulcd to leave Honolulu tomorrow
ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PART .
uiuiiiuK i uns.eini'iviivov iiiiv, ,,i'i'w,li organization,
i;xplpsl,veg nid, cpmbustlblcu will uu.-, n r
liieludeiY III tIi,ciirgo to leave for Ka-
ual ports In the stcAmcr Noenu ll8iHH
A big mall lor Australia and tho,
Sniilh Seas will ho dispatched on,
Wcdnesdii) n tho Cnnaillan-Australlau ,
Ilrlnglng a full shipment of sugnr,
tho barkrnlluo Hawaii, sailing fiom
MahukoilH on Mtiy 2'th, arrived at
San Francisco Saturday. I
The bark Androw Welch, from Ho
nolulu with a ow passengers nnd n
shipment of sugnr, is reported to have
arrived al Snn Francisco Inst Frldn)
Tho simmer W (5! Hall, nrrlvlng nl
port jcstcrcj'uj morning with Cnuleii
islnnd sugar, will mako a short stay i
departing on a ictiirn trip this even
Tho Inst of a big shipment of sugnr I
Is being landed Into tho Mutson Nnvl i
gallon steamer Wilhelmlna lo depart
for Snu Francisco nt 10 o'clock Wed
With Oriental pargo, tho Japanpse
liner Nippon Maru. from Hongkong
nnd Japan ports, should nrilvo In purl
tomorrow morning. Tho Nippon Is en
i onto In Snn Francisco.
A mall for tho northwest States will
ho dispatched tomorrow lu tho ('ana
dlnn-Aimlrallnii liner Kcnlnudln, sched
uled to depart for Vancouver nt 8
o'clock lu tho evening.
With n fow lnyover passengers and
ii later mnll, tho Jupnueso liner Chlo
Muru sailed from Snn Franc Iseo en
routo to Honolulu nnd tho const of Asia
last Siituiilay hftornoon.
Wlthlho arrival of tho'Mntson Nnv
illation steamer Honolulan nt tho port
Wednesday morning, bringing pnssen
gcrs and general cargo from Snn Fran
clsco will also nrrlvo a largo mainland
A quick dispatch will bo given tho
Caundlcn-Aiistrnllnn liner Zpnlandln
from Sydney vln Auckland nnd Suva
tomorrow, Tho liner Is duo to reach
this port early lit tho afternoon and
8 o'clock In tho oveniug Is set as tho
time of departure.
t" IMSSHXailKS llOOKKI) I
Per stmr Mlkaliala, for Maul and
Molokal ports, Juno 18 Miss J. Na
Per htmr Clnudlne. for Hawaii nnd
Mnul pints, Juno 21 Mrs. II. A (.ill,
.Mrs S. A Cnnipboll, Myrllo Taylor,
Mabel Tn)lor, Colla Case, A. (llhb, Hs
ther (llhb, truest llaldvvlu, II. Hill vc y
II llnldwln, Mrs. II. Ahleong, I,
Achcong, J C, Cohen, Mrs. Cohen, II
II. I'oguo, Pnrker Cuiniulngs, A Par
bons, I). Ilrowtl, J. Chalmeis, Miss V.
Clialmors, tt. Oay. Chns. (lay, It (lay
L. (Ja), May Oay, Hrncst (lay, V M
Votlcsen, F. M Marclcl, II A Drum
mond, M. Alonn, Win. llnln, II Coop
er, M Hlinm, .1 F Correa.
Others mil) circulate pnpers hut tho
llitlletln is iidmlllcil to hiuo tho
largest c Irciilatlim.
W. C. PEACOCK 4 CO., LTD.
AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS.
Merchant, Near Fort
. MAN JULY 1
It. M. Cross, nt present Instructor
ill I lio Mills School, will tnko cluirgo
of hia work nt tho Y. M. C. A. as nsso
elato bo)s' work director on .Inly I.
Instead of September 1, as previous!)
In tho announcement of tho summer
schodnlo for boys work In tho Asso
stilllftfi lit liinl tt tlml tlm I ti fttftit n t lnl
,,,., .m,..!,, ,. tm. will hnvo
Irlinrtm nf tlm nfi alrml ilnnnrt nwmt int.
I til tho nrrlvnl of tho now illrccloi,
l.lohnson. tho University of Missouri
intiiinin iin u .inn i,. nrrivn lion.l
omo tlmo In August. During this
lime Iho department will bo open
from lfl'30 to 12 o'clock on Wednes
day mid Saturday.
Tho evening gymnasium classes for
employed bo.vs will bo held through
out tho summer, beginning at 7"0
ociock each Monday and Thursnas
S. Ilium w
vlll be director. Tho older
ro Invited to attend tho sc-
nlor evening gymnasium classes Tucs I such cortlllcnto duo to tho fact Hint
dny nnd Friday evening, beginning nlthey are iinnhlp to prove that tho lit-
7 ;iii. Acting I'tosleal Director Hen
Clnrko will servo os leader,
Tho handball tournament, open to
nil members of tho bo)s' department,
will continue, throughout the month of
Tho Crnftsmnn's CJitb, under the di
rectorship of A. M( MeCIuro, will bo
conducted lu tho basement every
Tuesday and Friday, at 0 30 o'clock,
beginning Tuesday, Juno 25, nnd con
tinning for six weeks.
COUNTY HELF FOR ARMORY
(Continued from Page 1)
the Guard, put the matter up to tho
Supervisors sonic dns nen, nnd met
with general support, although thcro
nre some City nnd Coimty olllelnls who
'contend Hint It is up to tne territorial
(ioveinmctit to foot the entile bill. It
was suggested that the $21,000 above
the original appropriation required, bo
taken from the contingent fund, but'
this seems to He out or Hie intention, ns
there Is onl) about JOOrtil In thH funifl
at the jireseiit time, most of which
will have In be used lo pay olllco
icnts before the )enr Is out
Captain W II Johnson, the regular
Ann) olllcer who Is Inspector Instruct
or of the National Ounril of Hawaii
has some Interesting Information ns to
the help thai counties otlen give lu
the building of nrmorlcs.
"I nm surprised that the Iden seems
to prevail In some quarters Hint tlm
I Territory alono should construct Ho
I iioIiiIu'h armory," ho told a 11 u Un
it In reporter this Inornlng. "In tho
I fulled States 1 have noted thnt It fre
quently happens thnt tho City nnd
County helps or In bomo cases builds
ll1ct(.,y ,,, nrmory for iU6 l0ca,
A Delightful Songscena, introducing
Al! the Song Successes
"The Ransom," "Berta's Billions," "Dream Girl,"
"Rose o' Blandeen," "Tips," "Hoffman's Holiday," Etc.
Last Night Tonight
Commencing Tomorrow, "Million
Tour lutndred nml thlrt)-scvcn np
plications for ecrtlllcatc of blrtli, bring
lug t" tho Territory a feo of $5 cacli,
or a total of nearly S2"i00. have nrrlv
nl from the Islands of Hawaii and
Maul and oro being Inspected by Sec
ictnty Ilenrj O'biilllvnn, secretary In
the Secretnry of tho Tprrltor) s or
flco. In addition to these 20" more aro
expected to arrive -on tho next boat
I mm Hawaii.
Ordinarily It would seem strange
that tho proud parents of n baby
should not bo entitled to n certlllcntc
of birth ndn. ordlnnrll), thoy get the
cerllflciite. Hut thcro are n number
of enses In Iho Tcirltnr) whero It hni
developed that the parents can't get
'' "" " ""i"i'"- "" ""' " "
Consequently the applications must
he mndo to llio Secretary of the Ter
ritory and rigid examinations must bo
made lo ascertain tho verity of tjio
stntement inni ino otrin oecttrreti
within Iho hordcis of the United
Slntes. For this reason Sccrotnry
O'Siilllvnn, accompanied by n stenog
laphor and n Jnpnncso Interpreter,
will leavo for tho other Isl itids about
July 1. to conduct courts of Inquiry.
Ho will not be required to exnmluo
the lmblC8 ph)slcnll) In fncl, ninny
of the applicants arc no longer enti
tled lo th nnmo of Infant, ns they
Hinge In nge fiom a fow months to 19
or 20 )enrs o fnge,
The pntlro proccduro Is duo to tho
fact that Iho chlldien, mostly tho off'
Hiring of Japanese parents, aro lo bo
sent back to the homes of their par
ents for education. If they nro bom
In America the) aro acknowledged cit
izens of this roiiulr), nud If they hnvo
these eortlllciites innv return any time
later without encountering Iho harrier
of the Immigration Inws.
The political situation In Culm has
been further complicated by tho dis
missal of about 3000 government em
plo)es In Havana. These men nre bo
ileved to be ndherents of tho opposi
tion political party.
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"Thus. In Minneapolis, where I wai
n member of tho National Oiiard for
several years, 'vve found our nrniorylcrnl pnticl hnvo been excused utilll, fur
its' liiaibMliiale ,'as tho onq hero, nnd
1101111611111' Colin!)" gnvo $200,000 for
tho construction of n now niinory.
This wns n beautiful building, and Its
ilso later as a public nssembl) hull
amply repaid tho County for tho moil-
r 1 r mBm'
David Dwlght laldwln, brother of
Die late II. P. llnldwln. mid a mini
whoso history wni prominently Idenll
lied with the upbuilding of tho Islands,
died nt Queen's llospllnl )estenlny
morning after nn Illness of somo
months. Arrnngcmenls wero linmeill
ntclv mndo for tho steamer Mlkaliala
to enrry tho body to Mnul, nnd tho
steamer left nt midnight Inst night,
Inking member of tho fnmlly tilso,
Mr. llnldwln wns eighty yenrs of
ago. Ho wns bom In Honolulu No
vpmbor 2fi. 1831. tho son of Dwlght
I llnldwln, who arrived In tho Islnndii on
tno scconu missinnnry snip mm ""
locnted nt Lnhnlnn for ninny years. Ilo
wns educated In Island nnd mnlnlnnd
schools, graduating from Ynle, tnkltn;
tho nstrnnomlcnl prbe.
Whllo nctlng as organist for one of
the Ilrldgepnrt, Connecticut, rliurilus
ho met Miss Louis Gregory Mori Is,
tho daughter of n llrldgeport inVi
ehnnt. Tho )oiitig couplo wero mar
lied Immediately following Mr. Ilald
w lu's graduation, tho brldo being I'l
Thpy sailed almost nt onco for Iho
Islands by Hie Cnpo Horn routo nnd
resided continuously In Hawaii ever
slnco with the exception of n )ciu
spent In New Haven.
Twcnty-threo descendants survive
him, eight of whom nro children mid
fifteen grandchildren. Ills children
nro: Krdninn D. Ilahfwln, Charles .
llnldwln, Lincoln Mnnsllcld llatdwln,
Ilcnjamln O. Ilaldwlu, Win. A. Paid
win, Mrs. Frank K. Atwatpr, Mrs. Dun
ran II. Murdoch, nud Mrs. Dr, John
Weddlck. One child. Nathaniel Hew
itt llnldwln, died nt tho nge of six
Mr. Ilnldwlii's homo for many yenrn
past bus bean nt Hnlku, Mnul, where
October 7, 1907, ho nnd Mrs, llnldwln
colebiated their golden wedding.
HauJIro FtiJIln was granted a ill
vnrca todnv from Shizu l'ujltn, on tho
grounds of desertion.
Mm In Felix do Aguinr tnda) llh-il
for probate tho will of Manuel Felix
do Agular, who died April 14. Ills cs
tale Is said to consist of u lot on Pa
clllc Heights slopes, vnltted nt $tu,
nnd $21 In cash. Tho petitioner nsks
lor letters testamentary ns executrix
The jury 111 the Mnhiiknsltu ense in
Fedornl Court will bo enllcd nt 8 ",o
o'clock tomorrow morning to Iienr llio
final arguments bcforo,.thc bull lit sub
mitted to litem for adjudication. Tv.cu
I) olEht Of tho veniremen on I tin Veil
William McDonald of l'cnnsjlvanl.i
was sentenced to three joars in Iho
Federal penitentiary nt Atlanta, (In.,
lor attempting to enter tho postollko
at Gcorgotown, Mass., last Inntinr).
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