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B 2 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1012. " - i .
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" WeCRly CalClldar Otfice, King Street opp. Union Grill'
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Honolulu llilnl lit grit'.
lliniull.in 'llilnl Ucgric.
1,1 1 lloli.i I hupler No. .'!, 0.
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OnMiilr Soninil Uteri i'.
AH visiting un moors o l
Ordsr tr cordially InvltM to
attend meetings of local leds
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31 oct on tli
2nd iiml itli
ill K. I'. Hull
7 ::! r. 31.
W3I. 3lihlM.i: I.OlKii:, o. s,
k. f r.
lr'- Mmin mort 2nd nml 4th Satur
V j& il.i evening at 7 30 a clock In
V5j , "I ' "a"' cor VorX "ni1
vK? llei mi 'a. Visiting brothers
cordially invited to uttcudi
A T. GEHTZ, C C.
V F. KILUEY, K It. 8
homilvm; Lonfii:, cirs, it. r. o. i:
i. .Honolulu Lodge No C1C,
JA yTf"' !' O Elks, meets In
rSlKSir tliclr hal1, " K,nK st
near Tort, every Friday
evening visiting uroiu
ors are rordlnlly Invited
a v Minriiy, 13 n.
II DfNSlinii Sec.
OAIIII I.OlMil) U. I, K. of l.
Mi-pin cverv llrst and third Frl
frTOdnv at 7 .10 o'clock. t'ythlnn
Hall, corner llotelnnla nml
Fort streets; VhUIng brothers
cordially Invited to attend
1' A HAWKINS. C C
O linfNR, 1 of It. il S
TO EWA WHARVES
A DISGRACE TO HONOLULU
Passenger and Freight Traffic Much Hampered In Move
ments Caused By Delay of Public Works Japanese Lin
er Chiyo Maru to Arrive From the Coast In the Morning
Kiyo Maru Will Make But Brief Stop at the Port.
Itnslni hd Interests Ht this port rep-'
UMiittd hy thousand1! of dollars!
k! . aic grcatl) Inconvenienced byi
the deplorable condition of the np-
Pio.ich lmdlng to thu llucl;fcldt
vvnuii, uci inrcu one prominent uiib
Iness man this imiriiliiR in calling nt
initlou to a traffic blockade whhh
lnMiiml) occurii'd ycstonl.iy he
lm i'ii the bouts of ntrlvnl of tin Mut
Him Navigation Btoiiiio'- llonotuhm
and tho dopartuio of tint WllhclnHua
Toi San Francisco
II llrst linpri" slops nro lasting, the
good lird help Honolulu," was aiioth
1 1 comment offered.
It is safe In usacrt that ncnrl) tno
II UUIIAN TltlllK NO. 1, I. 0. It. 31.
Meets every llrst and third
Tuesday of each month In
fraternity Hall, I O. O F
building. Vbltlng brothers
cordially Imltcd to attend.
1IENUY A ASCII. Sachem.
I.0M8 A I'KUUY, C. of R.
IIOXOLI'LI' AKHIE 110, 1'. 0. E.
Meets on second and fourth
Wednesday evening of each
mnnlh nt 7 fill nVlfirk. In
. ,- l(.u... . . f ---
w K of V Unit, cornor Tort
and Iloretnnla VIsltlUK brothers uro
Invited to attend
VM. JONES. V. l.
J W ASCII, Secy.
Imit joiirmyy In II ill lot In
nhortMiii.' and it returns to J mi a
HO.NOl.t'I.U l,(IIMIi: (). 800,
I.. II. O. 3U
lll meet In Odd Fellows' bulldlnR,
Fort street, near King every Friday
evening nt 7 SO o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
A.MUItOSi: J WIIITZ, DIctntor.
K. A. JACOHSON, Socrctnry.
tliousand people had occasion to visit
Hnckfeld vvliarf during the niorulng
hours, either on business or pleasure
bent. Tile Honolulnn's arrival from
Snn Francisco drew out a largo dele
gation or stovedores, shipping and
port nlllrlals. as well as persons who
anticipated meeting friends,
"The sailing of tho Wllhclmlua for
(he mainland was attended by a largo
cioud, In fact In point of numbcts It
was greater than any similar gather
ing at t ho wharf In many month.
"Tlie Territory of llavvnll Is gener
ally unili'i stood as responsible for tho
tearing up of Nuuanii bridge, where
the greatest trouble Is experienced In
gaining access to .he big wharf.
"This work has been going on for
months The bridgo has been prac
tically demolished during the entire,
time It is truo that an extremely
narrow passage has been left for vu
lilclo trndlc The condition of Queen
street on cither sldo of the bridgo
spanning Nuuanu stream beggars tics
crlpjlon. If jou happen to be imfor
tunuto enough to liavo to seek en
trance to tho wharf bv walklnc "
Many nutos and other vehicles tnko
a longer way around and tlunlly reach
King street by tho way of Iwllel road
Tho matter was brought to tho at
tention of several Supervisors vestcr-
it.iy and they each declare that it Is
not up to the City nml County govern
ment It Is pointed out that the mil
nlclpnlJt stands' ready to pavo Queen
Mrect without delay Much criticism
has been launched nt tho Territorial
I'ubllc Works Department over tho
appaicnt procrastination displayed in
tompletlng repairs to tho bridge.
Chljo .Hani VHII llrlug a l.ule .Mall.
Tho Cliljo Mnru of tho Toyo Klsen
Knlsha fleet, Is duo In arrive fiom San
Fninclseo at mi early hour" tomorrow
3 19 M0 I
MI &SU 6.151 033
,VV ft 50 8 IV I 43
the inonn Juno :l.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Culilo In McrchnnU'
Tlmrxilii), June 'Jl.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Juno 19, S. S.
Chlnu, hence Juno G.
EVERETT Sailed Juno lit, Schr.
Ariel for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, June 18,
S S. Sonoran, licnco June 12.
Schr Flaurence Ward sails nt 4 p.
in today for Mldwa) Island via Fan
morning and according to tho expec
tations of her agents, Castle &
Cooke, tho liner will be dispatched
for tho Orient on or about !i o'clock
In the evening In addition to n few
layover passengers, tho vesrel will
bring u later mainland malt The
Chtp Maru Is leportcd will berth nt
Ivljn Jlurii Here for Order".
Tho Japanese rreigliter Klyo Maru,
en route from Japan ports to Central
and South America, will arrlvo hero
on Sunday .morning, according to the
piesent calculations of Casllo &
Cooke, her agents. It Is unders'tood
that the vessel will not he brought In
side the harbor its there is no cargo
for discharge at this mort.
Schooner Helene In from the Sound,
flringing lumber to tho order of Al
len & Itoblnson, the American schoon
er Helene, twenty-seven days from
Fort Ludlow, was nn arrival at port
this morning. The vessel met with
lino weather on tho voyage according
to reports from tho skipper.
Tug Tows Schooner Wood to Sea.
Tho Matron Navigation tug Intrepid
took n lino from Hie American schon
iicr E. K. Wood this afternoon mid
that vessel wns towed to sea. The
Wood will proceed to Portland, Oro
MILTON & PARSONS
An lidding machine portioned dur
ing the month of May, and tor uo In
the ollko of Itoa'd Supervisor Caldwell,
provoked consliHrnhle comment niid
criticism when the city fathers guthercd
In regular meeting hint night.
According to Mr Caldwell, tho Ho
nolulu road department was In foro
need of nn adding machine. c is said
to luiVp brought the need of such a
labor-saving device to the intention of
n few members of the board, but for
home reason or other, Chairman Sam
Dwlght of the road i-oiniulttco wns
overlooked in the consultation
In scanning tho big sheaf of Mils
brought against the city and count
last evening, Dwlght snt up and took
Immediate notice when his attention
was called to an item of 1300, tho cnt
of an adding machine.
"I will not npprovo of this exp"iidl
tore," Instated Dwlght He was backed
up In his contention by Low nnd oil -ers
MeOlellan rushed Into the breueh nnd
endeavored to nppenfce tho wrath of
Dwlght by stating that the members
of tlie board hud been Informed or tl o
desires of the road department nnd f
tir nn Investigation Caldwell was ir
ilered to make the purchase.
From what could bo gleaned, tlie
mnchlne hud been bought during May
and the funds to settle the clnlm vv.!-o
to cointi out of the monevs set asl to
In tho new appropriation bill
Arnold took the stiind that the pur
chase did not appear to be regular, in
that the board us a body knew nothing
of the contemplated purchase of tho
"1 wnnt the road committee to in
vestigate tills matter," ndded Areold
before concluding his remarks
"Tlie money to pay for this mac'ilne
Is to come from tlie incidental fund,"
said McClcllnti Despite this state
ment, Arnold declared that the ntlen
supplies required by the road depart
ment were a large Item and ho urged
The appropriation hill for the minim
six month" pasred llrst reading unit to
print last night
The sum of JJS7 817 Is appropriated
from the gen, nil fund for salaries !x
ed b law and other salaries v pges
and labor, malntcnnmc of Jails and
general expenses of the eltj and
Tho sum of ll3,tr0 s appropriated
from tlie rernmnent Improvement fund
for permanent Improvements In th"
county, ns follows- Const nictlivi of
Emi-Wnlaiiae road, $Snnn, rtab'imaiis
cottage, Evvn, 17S0; construction Wall
nae-Eaw road, 1120(1; coiiHtriHtlon l'c
oamohii bridge, Wnlalua, JlfinO; con
struction I'litutluti bridge1. Koolauloi,
IJfiliO; reconduction 1'nll road fence,
ISf.OOj Hotel street widening. 10 00ft
The sum of $34,500 Is appropriated
out of ronil tax special funds for tho
building nnd maintenance of hrldgi m
nml roads In tho rcsprctlvo districts,
The perfection of rare old whiskey.
Matured and mellowed by age.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd:
Wine and Liquor Merchants,
Merchant Street, near Fort Street
L '$' frvl " l& ill vTu
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Brother of Harry Lauder
First Appearance cf
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Emerson & Baldwin
"Juggling Cusses" ' '
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Only Act of Its Kind
Chang-Hwa Comedy 4
Genuine Song and Dance
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