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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1912.
COPRA KING MAY
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VIVACIOUS DANCING AND SINGING CHORUS AT
Hughes Musical Comedy Co.
"The White Horse
A. SIDE-SPLITTER - NEW SONGS
Don't Miss This Show.
It's a Sure Cure for the Blues
10, 20 anil 30
On Halo at llcnson, Smith's
Scuts Can Ho Hooked Ily I'lioiio.
. 5 ' .$
THE DUTCHMAN, JEV AND ANOTHER
Laugh Makers at the Dijou with the MurIics Musical
Father IloUBler, copra king of the
South Sen Islands, and possessing largo
Interests nt Ira tin luff and Washington
Islands In expected to nvnll himself
of nn opportunity of returning to Ho
nolulu ns h passenger In the Commer
cial .Pnelllc Cable Company's auxiliary
schooner Ilnurcncc Winrit when that
ousel departs from Fanning Island af
ter the completion tf a discharge of
ja quantity or refrigerated provisions
Father Itouglcr soiled from Honolulu
four weeks nun In the little schooner
Luka, formerly belonging to the Miller
licet. 8o fnr an Is known here, the
vessel has not been reported ns nr;
riving at Fanning.
lrom advice received here, Father
Itouglcr Is desirous of meeting one or
more representative of n hlg Ilrltlsh
corporation which had ninde extensive
purchases In the South Seas, Thcso
capitalists arc expected to urrlvo nt
Honolulu within n few days
The Fluiirrnce Wnrd. In command of
Captain Plltx, innde u second start
for running and Midway Islands yes
tcrday afternoon When some miles
out to sen, the discovery was inndo
that the feed pump, practically the life,
of the ship, fulled to work Matlsfiic.
torlly. Captain I'lltr. Immediately al
tered his course for Honolulu ami win
off port lute last nlrjht
Today n force of men are nt work;
cffcitlng repairs to the Important piece
Tho riatirrncc Ward Is hem Ily laden
with supplies for both limning und
Olgettion weak bowels
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58 ytara old and hat help
thousands back to health.
tonea rebuilds nourishes
For sale by Denson, Smith & Co,
Ltd, Chambers Drug Co, Ltd., HUo
Drug Co. and at all wholesale liquor
Midway cable stations. The Ward will
first proceed to Punning, where freight
left hero h the Canadian-Australian
! steamer will be discharged Tho
'schooner will then take up the longest
leg of tho triangular voyage and upon
I arrival ut .Midway will leave the re-
Imalnder of the cargo.
Captain Plltx expects to ba back at
.Honolulu with bis command not later
than tho last part of July
When asked by Judge Robinson this
piornlug. "Havo you anything to say
why sentence should not bo passed on
joti for the crime of robbery In tho
second degree?" August Santos, n tall
oung Porluguoso-negro, arose and for
fifteen minutes harnnged the court.
spinning njtalo that undoubtedly would
buvo been highly entertaining hud It
been coherently expressed.
Ho tried to narrate his life's history
--of how be. n native of tho Capo Verdo
Islands, had been tilled with the unn
derliiMt mid become u nomad, cruising
for years along the Atlantic Coast und
I later along tho I'arlllc Coast; how ho
: liml uiifTfirfwl Inmimr Mililn linl-flMliltiil!
how be had been In the historic wreck
of the ship Valencia on the treachers
coast of Vancouver Island live or six I
years ago, when several hundred lives
were lost; how be had gone for days
without nourishment; his experiences
In Kan Francisco ut the time of tho
earthquake all these Santos related
His words fiilrls tumbled over each
other and his enunciation was so Im
perfect that tho court could catch few
of the details and only tho general drift
of his plaintive story
Hut beyond deilurlng that some sol
diers hud "put up n Job" on film, San
tos could give no good exciue for the
verdict of guilty that tho Jury returned
yesterday ngalnst him Whether his
"hard luck" jarn bail any material ef
fect Is unknown It Is certain, how
ever, that he might havo fared far
worse. Ho drew it penalty nf nut mpro
than uno year In Jail. The sentenco
might havo been for any period of tlmo
up to twenty years
Harold Hdwurd Wallace, Santos' ac
complice In the alleged hold-up, was
s nt bulk to the Coast several days
ug", und will servo tlmo In the refor
matory thero for another crlmo.
SECOND INFANTRY NEXT
, ON THE RIFLE RANGE
'Neil Monday tho Second Infantry
starts Its work on tho rlllo range at
'Sclmilcld, and for the next six week
tho two battalions stationed ut tho blR
post will bo busy shooting tho rlllo nnd
! pistol inurses.
' Tho Fifth Cavalry, which completed
I Its pirlod Thursday lust, made u tine
record, qualifying eleven men us "ex
pert rlllemiin" or pistol expert. Of tho
.eleven. Sergeant Dohtrty of Troop I)
und Sergeant Forrest of Troop E re
ceived "expert" records In both rlllo
nnd pistol shooting, whllo two other
of Troop D Sergeant Naiuhjugh und
Private Lcroquo wero among thoss
rutiked as expert rlllo shots
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il'lloU Win Victory.
After n long legal battlo, mo Cali
fornia Stnto Pilot Association has
been victorious ovor tho Pacific Count j!0r.
ALL TAKEN BY
The Honolulu Gas Company's now
bom! Issuo has nlrcady all boon placed,
tho $100,000 Issuo for extension of tho
present plant having been subscribed
by local capitalists,
This announcement was mado to-j
day, following n meeting of stnckhold-
cm at tho otTlce of Castle & Wlthlng-j
ton this morning. Tho meeting was!
tailed upon to act upon tho nuthorlzn-f
lion of tho $300,000 bond Issuo an
notinced some tlmo ago nnd already;
passed upon by tho directors. Tho Is
r.uo Is $300,000 flvo per cent gold
bonds, of which $200,000 Is to bo used
In refunding tho present outstanding
$200,000 six per rents. Tho trust
deed securing tho bond has been ar
ranged, Tho $200,000 ot refunding
bonds aro taken up by present bond
holders. Tho redemption of bonds Is
under n slIdlng-Bcalo premium, begin
ning ten years from July 1 of thlH
year. Tho mecOng this morning rati
tied tho arrangements.
(Continued from Pag 1)
v III carry muslin, too, and In a raco
I think ho would prefer to sco It blow
nway rather than take It In.
Capt. Harris Alert.
The raco having uecn postponed un
til 8unday. Capt. Harris has gono to
ecu with tho Lurllno to bo gono until
Friday. This looks as If ho had Mood
In his cyo and does not Intend that tho
other boats beat him out on seamanship.
The four DoatB should mako a very
Interesting raco of It this tlmo nnd
thero will bo more Interest taken hero
by reason of San Francisco having mi
Will forward Hewn about tho start
Th- DpAhahU UsnHlran.
, ,11. , .WHHH.V 1.H..H.WW. .
From Information gathered, a local!
) adding expert has estimated that
tho handicaps will flgifro about as fol
lows: Lurllno 8.1 feet ovor nil. 76 feet
load water lino, raring length 0V&.
Seafarer 04 feet ovor all, fit feet
load wator lino, racing length T!l fet 1.
Hawaii 70 feet over all, f,2 foot
load water Uno, racing length 01 foot.
Natooso G5 feet over nil, ! foil
load water line, racing length T.7 fed.
At llirco-quartcrs of an hour par
foot would be:
Lurllno Scratch. '
Seafarer 1 hour, 07 inln. HO sec.
Hawaii 11 hours. :i7 mln. 30 sec,
Nntooso 17 hours, 3 mln. no her.
This Is not ilcllullc, as no lnfnrum
Hon from tho Coast bus been sent
hero on thoso points, but is taken as
a strong probability.
YOU'LL APPRECIATE WHAT
GOOD CLOTHING IS
When you sec our line of Benjamin's.
"We offer every possible advantage in
purchasing one of these suits.
DOZENS OF STYLES TO
And all exclusive patterns and colorings.
Tailoring and fit the best, and if you once
wear one you will never wear any other
LCor. Fort and Hotel Sts. 71
Steamship Company, according to n
decision Just handed down by tho
Unltod 8tates Supremo Court. Tho
ttciimuhlp company will havo to pay
tho pilots u considerable sum for back
tolls nn Its steamers which como to
I San Francisco from Pugot Souhd via
I Victoria. Whllo these vcssols do not
llako a pilot on entering tho harbor
Mhoy aro novortholoss chargeable, ac
cording to tho regulations, which stato
i that nil vcssoIb from foreign ports
must pay pilot foos. Tho steamship
company contended that whllo their
I M earners called at Victoria thoy wero
bound three from an American harbor
'and therefore should bo Immune from
Zi:iUlIMIOLT In this city. May 2:
1912, Harry II. Holt and Umlso
Zerbo, by Hov. II. Elmer Smith.
"Didn't that man complain when
you charged him for u broken uu
KTn ..Ha.I I.a .IaiiIIdM din unU
I1U) IITIIIVU II1U UkllllDll HJ nui'll
breaking an appolnttncnt with mo was I
worth ovory cent it cost.
i e e
Merchant Our ualesmen must show
tact. Now, for Instance, If a lady camo
In tho store and asked to sco somo
folse hair what would you Bay to her?
'.right Hoy I'd ask her what shado
her friend prcferrod, tin
Bottled i&, Beer
Bottled by th
QON8ALVES & CO., LTD, Guetn Street
At their Bottling
"Kuough," said tho merchant,
jouf own salary."
Smlthh Wo aro cortnlnly In luck
with our now cook Boup, meat, vegO'
tableB and dessert ov cry thing per
Mrs. S. Yos, hut tho dessert was
mado by her successor.
"Thcso various "jiorlodlrnls nro mak
ing life rathor hard for me," said Hen
"No. Printing all tho funny stories
leforo I get n chauco to tell 'em to my
i m e i
Do you want to reach countrr peo
Veal Prom Maui
Killed on tho Raymond Ranch, brought to Honolulu Fridaya
In the ranch company's power boat Makena.
An unusual delicacy for Honolulu.
We have also PORK, POULTRY, FISH and DELICATESSEN
tho beet in the world.
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET, i
HEILBROfy & LOUIS, Proprietors
I 31 u 1 1 e 1 1 n
ads brat lluslncss Get-
ple-Use the Weekly II u 1 1 o 1 1 n.