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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1012.
Now on Sale!
nuy ocuui dhoc, uoys
thnt world famous shoe
nboilt which vnu tinvc rrncl
Cf miirtl In tliA mnitntlnnt
It's ranking just ns big a hit
In this town as It lias mads In
tho big cities. Boys aro "wiy"
about them say they never
saw anything llko them for
Lnscball, running, jumping
and all outdoor sports.
"Boy Scout" Shoe
Toushrit, Hffhtent. most
jnnac, uppers art
J toft at gloves. Sole
wear two lotntea
HraeaaalODff as or
Idbi. Coolest and
Trllyoor D that "nor Scouti" outwear
two lo threo palre of ordinary ahoea. Uriel
him with you-tell aim wo nave hit lie,
Good-Luck Charm FREE
Every pair of genuine "Doy Scout"
Shoea haa a "Swaitlka" Uood-Luek
Charm attached. It'a made of a specially
prepared metal that looie like cold and It
always ataya trleht. It'a blreer than the
pitiutu in mo corner and makes a dandy
prize lor winners or different kinds ot a
Detter bny your "Hoy
ocuaia now it you
qoq i want 10 watt tin
til wo send tor more,
'cause they're coloa
awfully (ait. (IS)
Mclnerny Shoe Store
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any deacrtption
PAPER A SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort and Queen 8treota
GEO. Q. GUILD
Just press the crescent umler
Mir Millliili. That's all tliut Is
rciulrctl to nil tills pen.
Readjustments Without Charge
Repairing of All Pens
A, B. Arleigh & Co.,
HOTEL, NEAR FORT
J. E. ROCHA
Elite Building - Hotel Street
CKUIt K(W to
M. A. GUNST & CO. Agents
Others miiy clrculale papers hut tho
lltilletln Is iiilniltlcil to huit) tlio
w. is. ivVa 0II'
sVvC V rjv Tin aaJ
fjOJL. lW- i
SALE OF GENERAL LEASE OF
GRAZING LAND AT NAPILI, DIS
TRICT OF KAANAPALI, ISLAND
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, July 6,
1012. nt the front door to tlio Capitol
Hulldlng, Honolulu, there will be Hold
nt public miction, under l'nrt V of
the Lund Act of ISM, Sections 278
383 Inclusive, ltcvlscd Inws of Hawaii,
a general lease of the In ml of Naplll,
district of Knanapnll, Island of .Maul,
and containing; an nrcu of 250 acres,
more or less.
I'pset rental, $75 per nnnum, payable
scml-nntuuilly In advance.
Term of lease, 15 yeurs from July 1,
Purchaser to pay cost of advertising.
Hscrvatlon regarding land required
for UKrlctilttirul, homestead, rcclnnvi
tlon, settlement or public purposes, utid
the rent of all lands wlthdriiw'n for
pineapple cultivation or other ngrhml
tural purposes to bo llxed by arbitra
tion, will be embodied In this leas.
All persons desiring; to object be
rnusa these lands should be homestead
nt or otherwise, aro requested to pro
Mtil such objections to the Hoard of
I'ubllc I-nnds, In writing or In pernn,
on or beforo Wednesday, June 26, 1912.
For maps and further particulars,
apply nt the office of the Commission
er of I'ubllc Lands, Capitol Hulldlng,
JOSHUA D. TI'CKKR,
Commissioner of Public Ijinds.
Dated nt Honolulu, June 5, 1912.
(,257 June 6, 1.1, 20, 27; July S
NOTICE OF 8ALE OF PUBLIC
Tho following lands situated on
School street, Honolulu, and at Ohta,
I'utui, Hawaii, will be offered for salo
at public auction at the following up
set prices, at 12 o'clock noon, Satur
day, AuKust 10, 1912. at the front door
to the Capitol Building, Honolulu:
(1) Remnant at School street, con
taining an area of 1.550 square feet,
more or less. Upset price, $125.
(2) Itcmnimt on maknl lino of
School street, containing; an area of
11,000 square feet. Upset price, $550.
(.1) Lots 4U and 711, Illock "A,"
Oliiu. I'tina, Hawaii, containing an area
of 4.84 Hires, upset price, 1145.20, Tho
sumo being sold us a rullroad right-of-way
und not for residence purpoics.
Terms of sale: Cash.
Purchaser to pny cost of patent and
For maps and further particulars,
apply nt the nlllco of tho Commissioner
of I'ubllc I.nnilx, Capitol Hulldlng. Ho
nolulu. JOSHUA D. TUCKKIt.
Commissioner of I'ubllc Lands.
I).itel at Knnotulu, Juno 0, 1912.
5257 Juno C, 13, 20. 27; July D, 11, 18,
25: Auk 1, 9
Payment of Water Rates.
Ah provided for In Chapter 4B of
tho Ilcvlsed I-uws of Hawaii, 1905, nil
persons holding water privileges or
.thrum paying water rates aro hereby
notified that tho water rates for tho
six (8) months ending December 31,
1912. will bo due and payable on tho
tlrst day or July, 1912.
A fullure to pay. such water rotes
within fifteen (IB) days thereafter on
additional charge of 10 per cent, will
All privileges upon which rates re
main impanel on July in, 1912, nro sub
ject to Immediate shut-oft without fur
Rates nro payable tit tho omco of tit?
Honolulu Water Works, Capitol Ilulld-
J. M. I.1TTLK,
Superintendent of Honolulu Water
Department of Public Works, Ilurcnti
of Honolulu Water Works, Honolulu,
T. II., June 19, 1912. G2G7-101
Payment of Sewer Rates.
Ill occordanco with Act 158, Session
Ijiwh of 1911, the owners and occu
pants of the premises connected with
the sower aro hereby notllled that tho
sewer rates for tho six months begin
ning July 1, 1912, and ending Decem
ber 31, 1912, will be duo and payable
at the iiillcc of the Superintendent of
Public Works on the 1st day of July,
If uiiy sower rates shall remain un
paid more than 15 days after It Is due.
10 per cent. In addition thereto shall
lq charged, which shall bo collected
us n part of such sewer rate. All un
paid sewer rates shall bear Interest nt
tho nito of c er cent, per annum until
Superintendent of Public Works.
I'ubllc Works Orilce, June 19, 1912.
Tenders for furnishing the City und
County of Honolulu with materials und
supplies for six months ending Decem
ber 31, 1912, will yo received lit the
nfllco of the City and County Clerk
until 7:30 o'clock p, in., Thumloy, June
27. 1312. .
Tenders may ha obtained upon op
plication at the oltlco of the City und
County Clerk, Mclntyro Hulldlng, Ho
nolulu. D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.,
City oud County Clerk.
Juno 18, 1912.
0207 Juno 19. 20, 21
Dry Goods Store
IN SACHS BLOCK
72 Beretanla 8treet
BAKER 4 HOKE, Props.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack, ring up 2307.
Curios from all over tho world nt tho
It goes without saying that every
thing la lies at Tho Encore.
Special prices on potteries and
brasses. Arts and Oralis Shop.
Tho Underwood Typowrlter Visible
none hotter. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Wanted Two moro passengers for
around-tho-lsland nt $6. Lewis
Stables and Oarage. Tel. 2141.
K you want a good Job dons on an
auto or enrringe take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Quean 8L
Hlcyclo Supplies and Repairing. Roy
al Navy IllcyclcH. $43. Kosy terms.
Dowson Ilros., Smith and Hotel Sis.
,1'lncapplc sodn and Hire's Hoot Ilccr
oxccllcnt summer drinks nro bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Tomorrow, Friday, from 9 till 12
o'clock the special sale of puro silk
hose nt 2.'c per pair takes effect nt
For an auto call up Joo Santos at
Young Automobile Stand, Phono 2", 11,
8ovcn-Bcnted Popo-llartford, No. 929.
Hrlng 10 Green Stamps and one dol
lar and get a complete Roy Scout suit
for vacation. Green Stamp Store,
Ilcrctauln nnd Fort streets.
Capt. Warren T. Ilannum, corps of
engineers, U. S. A., will lecturo on tho
Panamn Cnnal at tho Opera House
next Thursday evening. It wns first
nnnounccd the lecturo would ho this
evening. Admission tickets may bo1
procured free of chargo from tho Pro
motion Committee, Young Hotel build
ing. Auto trips around tho Island will bo
made every Wednesday nnd Friday by
the City Auto Stand cars; anion lcavo
stand at !) n. m. and roturn nbout o
p. m. Three cars will bo placed on
run If required. Hates $l..r,0 n passen
ger. Those desiring to mako trip aro
requested to come nnd book. City
Auto Stand. Phone 3CG4 or 1179.
A. J. Morrison, first mate of the ship
William P. Fryo, was committed to
Jail yesterday In default of $.100 hall,
on a wnrrant charging assault nnd
battery, sworn to by tho Shipping
Commissioner. Ills examination Is set
for noxt Monday. Tho second mate,
Joseph Albrccht, accused of tho same
tffenso, waived preliminary examina
tion yesterday and was rclensed on
$500 bull, his caso being set for the
October term of Fcdernl Court.
Tho whist tournament given by Ol
ive Ilranch neheknh Lodgo will ho
concluded this ovonlug. There will ho
n special prlzo for tho person making
the highest score during tho tourna
ment, prizes each for the lady and gen
tleman having tho best senro for tho
evening, n consolation prize and re
freshments. Cards will bo given out
nt 8:15 and playing begins at 8:30
Lum Ynn, tho Chinaman who wus
convicted In Fedornl Court some tlmo
ago of bigamy, nnd who now Is a vic
tim of leprosy and Is conllncd at tho
Knllhl receiving station, probably will
be sent back to China. Such Is the
opinion of U. S. District Attorney
Ilreckons. The man cannot bo vent
to Jail, and his friends desire to send
him buck home, so tho Bcntcnco prob
ably will be suspended.
Tho Mahuka-sno condemnation suit
was continued by II. S. District Judge
Dolo yesterday to 8:30 o'clock tomor
row morning. At that hour V. S. Dis
trict Attorney Ilreckons will present
the Government's argument 1o tho
Jury. Tho closing arguments of the
counsel for tho property-owners proli
obly will not require moro than un
hour nnd tho caso Is expected to go to
the Jury at noon. Verdict Is not antic
ipated before night.
DROWNED AT WAIALUA
Tho tlrst fatality to bo recorded In
tho ranks of the First Infantry since
Its arrival In Honolulu occurred Tues
day morning, when Private Oscar H.
Kduanlx of Company II lost Ills life In
tlio waters of Wulatua bay, whllj In
swimming with a number of compan
ions. Druvwilng tragedies und near
tragedies Imvd been of frequent oc
currence with tho Lcllchua soldiers, und
both tho ocean at Wululun and tho
deep waters of tho Wablawu reservoir
have claimed Keveral victims.
In the cuse of Kdwurd. two :oiu
rudes very nenrly went to their death
with him, In a gallant attempt to sitvu
lilm. The compuny wus enguged In n
practise march, nnd tho men wero
given a rest at Wululun with permis
sion to bathe. IMwurds, wh wos'only
a fair swimmer, wus taken with cramps
und roon hank, pulling a would-lm res
cuer down with him. Tho latter reach
ed tho shore In an exhausted condition.
IMwurds' body wus soon recovered nnd
wus borno to Kcholleld Ilnrrncks tlio
same afternoon, Yesterday morning
funeral services wero conducted by
Chaplain F. J. Felnler of the First In
fantry. Tho remains will bo sent to
the home of the deceased, In Texas,
F. M. Almeida, agent for Wells, Furgn
ut the O. It. & 1.. depot, has establish
ed u general druylng oud express bus
iness to be known as tho Inland Trans
fer Co., with oillces ut 912 Alukoa
street Mr. Almeida Is especially qual.
Illed to handle, such u business, huvlng
hud churgo of a large portion of that
brunch of the Wells, Forgo for tho post
ten years. He states that the equip
ment of the new concern Is to bo of
tho best. Telephone orders ulll Im
taken ut uny tlmo of night, which will
ho o great convenience tn patrons.
PILES CURED IN G TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching, Wind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MIJDICINK CO.. Saint Louis,
U. S. of A.
NEW FINISHES AND SHAPES
and regular finishes In new
New finlthea and shapes In
Let us mail you a sample
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
Honolulu Gas Company, Limited.
A special meeting of the stockhold
ers, of the Honolulu (las Company,
Limited, will be held ut the olllco of
Castle & Wlthlnctnn, 37 Merchant
street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
nn the 22nd day of June, 1912, at 9
o'clock a. in., to consider and net upon
the authorization of nn Issue of bonds
In tho Immediate sum of $300,000 and
eventually In the aggregate amount of
$1,000,000, to refund the existing bond
ed Indebtedness of the company, und
for other purposes, and tha execution
of n trust deed or mortgage to seeuro
the same, nnd the transaction of such
other business us may properly bo
brought beforo the meeting.
A. N. CAMPnill.L.
Secretnry, Honolulu Oas Company,
Dated May 28, 1912.
B251 May .".0; June 7. 14. 20. 21. 22
The Honolulu Oas Company, Ltd ,
will consider tenders for digging nnd
backlllllng about 40.000 feet, more or
less, of trench. Also separate tenders
will be considered for laying 40,000
feet, more or less, of various sizes of
Iron pipe, from ivi Inches tn 4 Inches.
Specification may be obtained ot
the olllce of the company, Alakea nnd
lleretunla streets. B2C6-1W
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
There will bo a meeting of the stock
holders of the Uonoknu Lyceum on
Juno 29. A. D. 1912, nt 7:30 p. in., nt
Honokaa Lyceum, Hnnoknn, Hawaii.
WM. J. IHCICAItD.
Scwotary, Honokaa Lyceum.
W. L. OlFFOHD of San Frnnolsco,
nrrlvlng on the Honoliilan yesterday,
becomes manager of tho Hawaii Pro-'
serving Company, succeeding the Into
.1. .1. Howling.
MISS IIKLICN OKAY of Sun Francis
co. whl Is a friend of Princess Kawa
nnnakou, is tn he married in August
to N. F. Wilson, nn oil man of Califor
nia, according to nows from tho Const
KLMF.lt SCHWARZRKnn, real en
tato manager of .las, F. Morgan Com
pany, Is back from his business trip
to the Const, He now denies tho re
port that ho went In get an option on
the Spreckels property here.
'F. L. WALDHON. A. Gartloy nud C
C. von Hanim were named committee
of threo by Hie Chamber of Commerce
trustees yesterday tn take chargo of
the proposed visit of the Chamber In
the commercial convention In Hllo
PROF. SHIGA, ono of the most no
ted lecturers In Jnpan, will return
from Ids tour of tho States In tlio
steamship Nile, duo tn urrlvo on Juno
28, While hero ho will give a aeries
of lectures In the Opera House. It Is
snld that ho will visit the other isl
ands before returning tn his homo In
COMING NEXT MONTH
Fifty high school cadets from Van
couver will Invade Honolulu when tlio
eiilatiiltii arrives here fin her return
trip next month. Tho compuny Is only'
llfty strong, but out of that number
has been evolved II baseball team, a
lacrosse tcutiv a Mrlugod orchestra
and a glee club. The haschullbrs und
musicians may find something to do
here, but It's unlikely that tho lacrossn
players will unllmber their sticks.
Word of tho coming of tho cadets,
who are bound for Australia tn return
the visit nf the Australian school boys
who came to tho Coast und tn Hrltlsh
Columbia hist year, wns brought yes
terday by Cadet Captain II. It. McTag
gurt, u soldierly looking hid resplendent
In o smart uniform, who, according to
his card, Ik "Advuneo Otllcer. Canadian
Cadets: Touring Australasia."
Captain McTuggart hud u conferencn
with Scout Ciimmlsslfiner Wilder, und
the latter promised to huve a detach
ment of floy Scouts on hand tn enter
tain tlio Canadians. Tho cadets will
leave Vancouver July 10 and will ar
rive lure on flic litb, remaining only
during the stay In port of the liner
"THE STORE FOR GOOD
Elkt' Building King Street
(Continued from Page 1)
mnkltiu. had carefully removed most
of the opium before permitting the
' uiillfitutiu tfi urornnil from I tin nxlirf.S4
olllce at Han Francisco, only leaving
enough evidence to show tlio trio's i
gum woeii incj wero llliuuy cupiurcu
-..,.. .... .,..-., i
at this port.
Newspapers Eagerly Sought.
Hut tho really remarkable feature of
the affair only developed this morning,
on n careful perusal of the stack of
old newspapers. It was found that in
every one of these papers, toerlng
dales from Mny is ul to June 15, con
tain stories of oiilum-smuggllng, nnd
the opcrntlotiH of the Federal authorl-1
ties In their efforts to capture the of-J
There nro more than n dozen copies
In the lot, and many dates in the pc
ilod of nearly a mouth during which
hey nppenred do not appear nmoug
them, all those dates on which opium
smuggling stories appeared arc to bo
found In the collection. In each lu-i
stance the pnper, as It lay In the pile,
was folded so that tho opium story
was almost tho llrst Item to meet the
eye. Often the narratives were pub
lished on InsT'e pages and In such In-
utauces tho front pngo of the paper I
whs turned Inside, so that the opium
Mory wns mere, in plain sigiu, in ev
That the papers were placed there
by the customs olllcers is not accepted
ns plausible, especially when it Is not
known whether tho oirtclals really ov
er had direct access to tho suitcases.
F.veti If they had filled the suitcases
wltli discarded papers to take tlio
place of the opium tins removed with
out tlio owners' knowledge, It Is un
likely, snys Collector Stackable, that
the papers would all hnvo shown the
rame stories, while greatly at variance
In dates of publication.
Bulletin Story Kept.
One of these, tho K von lug Ilul
1 e 1 1 n of .lime 15, wns folded to bring
uppermost tho big hendllno "Hllo Vis
ited lly Sleuths On Hunt For Opium."
The San Francisco Chronicle of
Juno 2 was folded to show a story
headed "Hospital Known As Opium
Den," In which wns related n yarn of
how n certain stateroom on tho steam
thlp Siberia, the door of which horo
tho sign "Hospital", was commonly
known ns "The Opium Den".
A small spare was clipped out of
this same newspaper, and when this
was Investigated on the flies nt the
public library the clipping was found
to be tho Sim Francisco pnsttunster's
announcement of eloslug-tltne for
malls to Honolulu and the Orient via
the Manchuria, which left that port
The San Frnnclseo Chronicle of
On Friday Morning
We Will Place On
1 Case, 60 Dozen,
PURE SILK HOSE
June T., roil in) In tho pack, was opened
to dliplnv a slnn entitled "Federnl
Men Find Smugglers Tiull." this prm
Ini f,. Im r, linrrntivn ,if (tin mm, nf l,m
of n efinif nf niibini nnd Chinese sinim '
glers at Half Moon Hay.
The Sin Finnels, o IJxnmlner nf May
IS Is folded open tn show n story
headed "I". S. Trap Set For Opium
The Snli Francisco Chronicle of tho
nine date has a heading "More Opium
Found On lloaul Slberln."
The Ban Frnnclseo lltilletln of Juno
3 Is opened to n story headed "OHIeers
Must Face Inquisitor," discussing the
The Son Francisco Chronicle of
June I displays the headline "Smug
glers Work With Aid Of Two Slnopi."
Kvor since N'nrinnn II. Smith left Ho
noliilu Inst fall be and tlio woman, who
nKsumed the name of "Mrs. King." on,
the Const, have been under rnnslnnt '
surveillance, and the record of their!
work, ns shoun in Hie information
sent here that led tn their nrrest yes
terday. Is followed nil Hie wny up from
Arizona nud New Mexico. I
It Is hinted that nil three may be nc-i
ensed of bnving n hand In the illicit
Importntlon of Chinese from the Mox-i
lenn border, the wholesale business of
which was unearthed two or threo
months ngo when several sloops, filled
with Chinese and manned by white t
men were captured near San Francis
Such close surveillance was kept'
over this trio that wor was sent here
of their contemplated visit to Hono
lulu. Smith nnd Fisher reached this
pott on the Lurllue. Juno 5, und at'
thnt time the Honolulu omelnls wero
Informed of their arrival and Instruct
ed to watch nt the express olllco for
two sultonsos that would bo called for
by a man giving tho name of Thomp
son The suitcases nnd the mnn him
self were carefully described In the
Instructions, thnt no mistake could
possibly bo made In Identification.
The woman arrived nn the Mnnchii-1
rla. and the local officers were notllled .
thai the suilruFcs would come on the'
mine vessel. There wns a hitch Inj
mis, unwover, me Miucascs uui oeum
font nt thnt time, and further advice
then came thnt they would reach hero
on the Honoliilan. This proved to be
Think Evidence Conclusive.
Tho authorities believe tho evidence
Miowlng the business relationship be
tween Smith, Fisher nnd Lily Ilnoknno
Is conclusive nud Incriminating. Smith,
olrcclly following his urrest, enguged
the legal services of Attorney K. C.
Peters for his own defense. The oth
ers have employed no counsel yet. and
nil nro held nt Onliu prison. They may
be gicn a preliminary examination
leforo I'. S. Commissioner Davis to
morrow morning, though this has not
been definitely determined.
Tho Vnllny School on Nitunnu street
ended Its schnol-yenr yesterday, though !
the annual pluy was omitted. The
graduating class guvo n handsome
clock to the school.
Heavy Garter Lisle Tops
FOR SAN CARLOS
I J. Hell, n will-known "ugur man
Mini expert In sugar mm lilnery. bin
been engaged by tho San Cirlos Mill
ing Company ns malinger ot it big
mill scheme In the Phlllpplii"- A D.
(,Hqir, promoti'T of the inmpalr. N
sending to the stockholders or Ibei mn
Puny un Interesting circular t-t t. r nn
plans and progress. Ill which lh- .ii.ov.i
Information Is given. Hi Mt. r .nJ
The directors have engnged Mr l J.
Hell m mnnsger. his nmm c tlon .villi
the company III this eap.o Itj riiliug
from Mny 1.
During the wst year Mr It. II erect
ed the Adelaide factory In l.ooi-i ,na;
nnd for the tlnte years prior tlor.tn
was occupied In the erection or -
eral sugar factories In Formosa for
Messrs. Honolulu Iron Works i'o. Lid,
ft would appear frorn his pa-t Acrl
enee that he Is ieertll.irly lifted for tho
work thnt he Is now about to under
take. After giving two weeks to outlining
general , educations for tin -ug.ir
factory. Mr Hell departed for tlio
Philippines la Forinon cm the ICtli
of May He should arrive- at San
Carlos about July 1.
Tenders Tor the sugar fucton ware
house, rallwin material. , ti tin licit
requested, ami should lie In simpr- for
the cotislih ration of the dlrci tor early
WILL EXPLAIN TRUTH
OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Tha public Is cordially Invited In at
tend a free lecture on Christian Sci
ence ni the Hawaiian Opera Ilnuso
on Sunday evening. June 21. at 8
o'clock. Many erroneous statements
ns to the teachings of Christian Sci
euco are constantly being made nnd
It Is with a dcslro to correct these that
this lecture will bo given.
On this oecnslon the lecturer will
be llllss Knapp. C. S. II.. nnd It will
be his llrst visit to Hnwail. Th last
member of the board of lectureship fn
visit Honolulu and lecturo was Mr. W.
D. MrCrnckan. Tlioso who heard him
lemember Hint ho made no reference!
whatever lo other religions, n'tacked
no one's belief but stayed wl'li hU
purposo lo enlighten the people pres
ent ns In whnt Christian Science
tenches. Tho lectures nre not gtven
with u view to proselyting hut tn tell
thii truth nbout Christian Science in
those who aro sulllclently Intcrcutcd
Registrar M. II. Lemon of Hie Hoard
of Health reports tlfat live deaths from
tuberculosis hnvo occurred In the Ter
ritory during tho fifteen days, ending
,.,V as4V.,'.tV,lyiW-liaWifl iMiwMAIi:tlf- ,.J