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P 3 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1912. J
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1912.
IIiiikiIiiIii Sirniiil llignr.
Hawaiian llilnl Ileum-.
IIiiikiIiiIii I IiiiiIit, It. . II.
- Murk MutiTi
AM TliltlQg tnemner cf U
Order are cordially Invited to
attend moetlnri ot local leciBM
Jlctt nn Hit
'.'ml iiml llli
lit K. r. Hull
7:3l I. .11.
dl.ill) Invite .1.
MrMM.I.l I (111(11', M). 8,
It. of I'.
rfF Meets pmtv 2ml mill 4 Hi Satur
t 4t .lav pmiiIiir .it 7 30 o'clock In
S$V K "f '" """ tnr' ',,r, nml
XiS' lien laiilii VIsltlliR brothers
cordljlly Invited tn uttend
A F (IIIIITZ, C C.
1" 1." KlfcUIIY, K. It. 8.
io.oi,:i,u i.oihh:, etc, n. r. (i. r.
v .Honolulu I id go No CIO.
fTH I Klks, meets In
f their hull, on King St ,
near Tort, overy Friday
evening Visiting llroth
crs nro rordially Invited
a i: murphy, n. n.
II UUNB1IRII, Sec.
oaiiu Hindi: o. i, k. of r.
Meets ccry Hrnt and third Frl-
My day nt 7 30 o'clock, Pythian
mall, corner llcrctanla mid
Kort BtrcotB Visiting brothers
cordlnlly Invited to nttnd.
F A HAWKINS, G C.
O IIHiNII, K. of It. & S.
HAWAIIAN Tllllll! M). 1, I. 0. II. M.
Meets every first nnd third
Tuosday ot each month In
Fraternity Hull. I O 0 F
building Vhitlng brothers
cordially Invited to attend
IlIINItY A. ASCII, Sacl.om
L0I;I3 A, PIIIUIY, C. of II
HOMti.ui.u AKitii: iio, r. o. k.
Meets on second nnd fourth
.Wednesday evening of each
month at 7 30 o'clock, In
K of P llnll, corner Tort
nnd Hfretanla Visiting brothers nro
Invited to attend
WM JONIIS, W. P.
J W. ASCII, Secy.
IIO.NOU'I.U I.OINJK X). SOO,
I,. 0. (). iU
will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Fort Btreot, near KIhk every Friday
ovenlng nt 7 30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMIIHOSI2 J WIUTZ, Dictator.
11. A. JACOIISOX, Socrctnry.
Importer Fort St
MILTON 4 PARSONS
PHONE 3038 FORT STREET
Boston Block, Second ploor
HIGH . CLASS MILLINEnY
Club 8tablea Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
DCAUTITIES IN HEADQEAR
Are Always Found at tho
Just received by 8. S. Sierra, the
very latest In fanoy TAILORED
LINEN SUITS) alio ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSE8 and LINGERIE
102 NUUANU STREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men's Hatilng,
I Office, King Street opp. Union Grill
(Additional Shipping on Page 8)
MUCH DOST, SAY SUPERVISORS
Declare Queen Street Pavinn Will Be Put Through at Once
Freighter Mexican Here From Northwest Kiyo Maru
Loses Purser and Crew Member Is III.
Honolulu h waterfront n cnnslaiit
Hour, fir fiiiiplnlnl nn nrc omit of tlio The T K K freighter Kln Maru
blinding .1 ..f ilusf. will l.o 1-:.n';r',","IT'",r' T'lT'uLVl," '"iT"!
, ., , , , itlmt l.cr purser K Wntsahaho, had
.mi i. ii n.e nuporviinrH hulk in inoir
prosoiil determination to pavo Queen
Supervisor Ixivv declared thin morn-
iiik ,m f ,,t, Ho.ltil .lorn nothing else
In Hit' next few months II'h roIiir to
pine tjui'i'ii sliect, and that Iho mon
ey for this will tnko precedent n of nil
oilui dills At tho present tlmo
(lui'cii hired for n Inrgo part of Its
.onglh Is In a deplornhlo condition.
The dust Is literally blinding, and lour-
isis lure iiimpimn Willi rihhi reason
i.i.ii uiii-ii ii. .o ..mi umi in II.I.1U...II.
Is ii nrltt) one from tho Utile particles
of street cnwrliiK ilrlwn heforo a
Tho Siiiervlsors will rerlalnly make
plenlj of friends nlnliK (be wnterfront
If llio live up lo their present plans
nml s.-c Hint ljueeii street Is ruilly
tinder the careful nutlpillon of Ca
lain S Thru, distant relntle of Al
mlrnl Toko, the fninous naval com
mander of the Imperial .liip.meso Nn
. who annihilated tho lliisslnn fleet
in tho lapau Sea, Iho To)o Klscn Knl
sha llnei Klo Maru arrived from
South American ports yesterday morn-
ItiK mid anchored off port. This morn-
llli; she came Into tho harbor and dock'
ed nt the railroad
dlschiirKcd 100 tons
-? ..'.tilt. 1 llllu nr.nV.m.i.l aim cr.lln.1 f,.H
m -r b.i. n ...to Ultviliuifll DIIU HIIIVU 1U1 I
t'nninln Tnr?,. rnnnrl.l thn .tnntl. ,.f!
Purser S Wntanalio diirlnc tho voy.
nge, Tho leinnlns wero burled nt sea.
Tho Into Purser Watannbe, said Cap
tain Togo this morning, Ik succeeded
hj Assistant Purser S. Piillnkn
OwIiir tn the death aboard the local
Marine Hospital Service authorities
oriiercu i lie iio Muni thoroughly ru-
migaicii jcsieruay on port iieforo en
Asking that n trnct of S.iri.SO acres
In tho Wnlnnno district of Oabu, now
held for RriulnR purposes by h. I,. Mc
Cainllcss bo thrown open tn home-
slenders nnd that It bo divided Into
hiiinll lots of tvvcnty-oiio ncrcs each
tlllll (rll.X. .11 .l.ii.rt . .Pnn. V aminll I I n
nnd given to them, twcnly-sovcn Ha.
walians have signed n petition which
wns presented to tho Acting Governor
They stale In tho petition Hint tho
ground Is too valunhlo to keep In re
serve mid for tho amount of rovenuo
di rived from tho lease. Tboy assort
(hat nnno of them bnvo over boforo
held homesteads nipl ask that tho
tract bo divldi.l equally among them,
giving Iho signers of Iho petition tho
pioferoneo right In (bo lots
Tho ActliiR Governor piolmbly will
InKo no action on tin matter, leaving
ll for (luvcrnor l'rcnr tn pnsB Judg
' l a
Appii.xliualily 2.1,r,00 school children
will In ieleasi.1 oil the long summer
vacation next rrl.luy from tho c.liuii
tloi.al Institution of thn Territory
(Iriiduatliig unit commencement excr
1 !-' an. taking place In tho various
schools through. nit Iho present we.k,
tin 111 st 011 tho list being that of Iho
Normal Heboid, which gives Its pro
McKlnley High School will Klvo Its
commencement tomorrow evening mid
olliirs will follow The. number of
scb. ml 1 Illicit c 11 r. leased III Honolulu
ii.uoiiutM (.1 about 0000
The summer school will open July
S for 11 four weeks term, with the reg
ular teiiflurh' oMinili.atlnt.H folluulmr
on August r, Ii anil 7 Tim public
niIioi.Im reopen for the fall term on Hep-
A special vonlro has been called by
(Ml cult Judge Itnbliisou In complete
Iho Jury which will sit In tho enso
against Chin Fan, Iho Chinaman ac
cused of criminal, nssaull on u I It tlo
girl. After snvon or eight challenges
hail been exorcised this morning tlio
regular panel was exhausted and tho
I call for a special venire Issued, to re
port nt 8'30 o clock tomorrow morn-
BE FREED OF
Death on Japanese Freighter.
....,,. ,.. ., ... .. wnil .,..
Iiik up I Iio South American coast An
other memlicr nf (ho crow lias typhoid
fever nml was brought nshnrc to the
Japanese hospital, where ho will re
miilii while the steamer Roes on tn
lapnn After funilgnllnn tho vessel
i ami! Inside (he harbor and wns duo
to leave at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Pftr Kfntr KMnnil. frn.n Knt.nl iwirtu.
j,,c 21 -K. Y I.oda, Mr. Soi;o)n,
I v k S hlrn Inli . llrn. 11. Alll. V. I'.
i m iinBi0. Mrs. Andrews mid
child, Itov. It. Kotnnl, Mrs, ('hoy
Yoiiiir, Miss Lntllmcr, M. K. Ilonnu,
(1. II. McKce. Y. Mlnmoto, (J. KiiRltn,
II. Ilnnslil, Mr. Arnkl, Frank Thomp
son, A. .Murnln, Miss II. Anilernmn
Y. Ah Un, O. V. (Iroto. T. A. Iluru.
liiRhnm, J II. HiiRhes, I) I.. Austin,
Mrs. Ida IiiiK, ('. V. Bpltz, Francis
(lay, Mrs. Wctckcr, Miss II. (lay. ,1.
Fassotb, Mr, Weber, J Morse. J. Sll
a, J. N. Klaha nnd 49 deck pnsson
Per stmr. Mlknhaln, from Mnul nnd
Mnloknl ports. Juno 23. Mrs. llcilc,
Mrs. P. Ilrown. 1. Mnlaknua, Miss A.
Nnlbuln. Miss II. Nalhuln, Mrs. Mnla
knua, Mrs. Aklonn, Mrs. Ah ClionK,
Mrs. Dudolt. A. Dudolt, Jr.. T. M. liar,
rlsnn, Mrs. M. Klmoken, Miss A. Kb
wharr. vMicro she " okc.n' "f0' ' ,railkl "r.- Charles, llro.
; of fiVtlllzer. At f orf " -, '"'"v, ,:uK0" M"r'-1'y'
non sl.n Kalteil far11' .M- "'""I. eo. Copp. Mrs. J, Cos.
, ... a 1 nn 1 f
' w.uiii ou.u ii.iu ii ueun.
Chnsnkii Klshl, one oftbo cnglno
storekeepers who took sick during the
vo.vtiRc, was taken olf tho steamer (his
morning by order of Dr. Trotter, chief
(juaranllno officer, nnd sent to the lios
pltal In tho nollco ambulance. Harbor
Olflccr Cnrlcr and Pollccmaji Saiin.
Hers attending to tho sick mnn.
It pus to be good at Fori Do Ituisy,
for the Illnik Hole of Cuteiittn nnd the
dungeon:, of tho lli.Ulsltiii luck up
ns pleusnnll) furnished apartments In
comparison with tho giiardlioio.0 at the
For two years (Iio post authorities
have been trjlng to Ret an appropria
tion of Jlf.o to build 11 new Riiardhoiise
Hviry luspiUor general who lias kIvui
tho fort an nlllclal look-over has
"punned" the ipmrters for military pris
oners, mid has recommended 11 iliangc,
hut to date no money has been pried
out of tho government ntnuiK box. ,
With tho hfrit rctilnltloii for the I1C0
Improvi'iiieiit, which vvus received at
department headipiartirs this morn
ing, to bo forwarded through the prop
er ch.iuuiU, Is a pictorial exhibit which
HpcukH louder than any number of of
tlal forum or Inspectors' reports. Two
exterior views of tho Do Hussy Kiiurd
hoilH.i are attached, showing 11 tumble
down shuck, In the last stnKcs of ills
iipnlr, Its wabbly tin roof held up by
Jolth which ore not even sawed oft
level with tho eaves Tbero are no
windows, somn ulr and soino light bo
lug admitted throiiRh two Miiuro hnlcN
on n bvel with tlio ground, which ure
secured with Iron bars Tho wholo
contilvnnen looks far inoro llko u pin
st than a prison, ami ut that it Muo
ilbbuii pnrkei might bo too fiiHtldiiius
to iiticpt lodging third
It Is thought that tho plitures may
do what words huvo fulled to iiccom
.iiiilRo Whitney this morning np
pollilcil Wllllnm C. Pnrko temporary
administrator of tho estate of Annlo
Soveraiico Pnrko, who died Juno 20.
Managor F, r. Samuels of tho Oce
anic Steamship Company will bo one
of tho passongors arriving on tho first
trip nf tlio steamship Sonoma under
thn now schedule of tho San Francis-cc-Hnnnlulu
Sydney scrvlco. Mr. Bern
tola will fio through In Sydney mak
ing a tour of Inspection and obscrva-
I Hon, Tho Sonoma
Is duo tn arrive
Clenn-Up Day on tho Islands of Mnul
mid Kauai wem successful mid highly
gratifying. Communications convoy.
lug this news mid thanking Acting
(invornor Mott-Smltli for his Intorest
In thn welfare of tho Islands to tho
oxtont show n by his declaration of a
public holiday mid appointing olllclals
lo Bunerlntend nnorntlnns there on the
day. were received this morning fiom
Dr. Frank fc. Putnian of Kauai and II.
V. Treveneii of Mnul.
Temperature 0 n in, 'I, S n tn
7ft : 10 it in, 78; noon, so, miiilinmr
liiHt filKht, (ii
Wind- fi n. in., vclorlly 'I, direction
II J 8 ii. in,, velocity in, illii'ctlon fc
HI n. in, Vclorlly 12, illfcllon 1' ,
noon, velocity 11. illri'illon N II
Totnl wind movement Cor punt !M
Iiimiik, 2'JC iiiIIch.
Ilntomctcr nt 8 n in. 30 OK, .lew
point nt 8 it in., (it: rehitlv lininlillry
8 ii in, VI; absolute liiiinlillly S ii in,,
Total ritli'f.ill durlnR pail M ho'irs,
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special t'nblc to JlcrclmntV
Monday, June 24.
SIIATTI.II Hulled .lunu 21, 9, S,
Hyndcs, for Honolulu
1III.0 Arrived, Juno 23 ! p. in.. S.
8 llnliTprmo, from S.m Frnnclsfo.
S. S Tenvo Mam sails for Snn
I'rniHlHiii at 11 n m Tuesday
(Continued from Page 1)
ns ocr. ocn If they nrc a lilt lo short
of pocltct money.
Thn presont shortage Is not due to
tho President's veto of tho Army m
proprlntlnu bill, nllhoiiRh that bids
lair to make tlnnnclal trouble enough
later on, hut to tho fnlhiro nf Con
gress to pass ns yet wlnt Is known ns
tho nrKcnt deficiency bill This Is n
mensino which Is put through ovcry
(tension, tn provldo funds for debts nl
rendy contracted by, tho (!o eminent,
for which there Is not cnouRh money
In tho current npproprlnllon. It's an l)l0 )eB,mn,K, f,,r many youiiK Krnd.nltcc wo J fol'5' ,,srH' U'v
old tlmo Krandstmul .lny of each Con ,,nCH f a pew crn In life. Anderson. Mrs. II. N. Holmes. Mr
Kress to lop oft a fow hundred thou ii,,',ert Alexander Anderson, Rraclu .focliran, Mrs. A F (Irlllltbs, Pros
siind dollars from tho estimated coHt'nlo of tll roCRe preparatory course, '-tit A. F, Grllllths, Mnrtlin McCbc
ot paylnB tho troops In tho npproprln Ic(.c4t( ,10 nwnrd of tho roll of lion" !'. Gnrnlo Hosecrnns Alexander An
Hon bill, nnd then pass the urficnt de- cr (ho Htudent who lutil Innucnccd ''crsnii. Ilnndolph Hltcbcock.
nciency inn 10 cover mo snonngo ia-
ternn Thor.lt uiui mndn n llsiinMll
tho last Army appropriation bill, bull
now tho hnlnnco on tho wronR side ot
tho ledger hns not been covered, nnd
it Is for debts nlrcndy contracted that
tho Government Is standing, oft Its cm
llovos. Tho pny checks Hint will go
unenshed nro for the last month of tho
old fiscal yenr, not tho first ot tho
.nr.ii." in m
It was In 1S77 that tho Army was
ill ll.ai 1110 Army nun
, . ..1 1 1. .. .,.. .1 i A-
amrouatnnhM ZL for .
cral months, but Droxel-MorRan & Co.
stepiied Into tho breech nnd financed
tho soldiery. Officers and men wore
paid off through the big financial
houso, n brokcrnRO of K per cent, be
ing charged thnso who wished tn tako
ndvantnKo of tho accommodation. Tho
shortage lasted only a fow months,
and certain rebates of commission
wero eventually mado by Droxcl-Mnr-Ran
& Co., so that In reality tho ills
count amounted tn only about 3 per
cent on each months pny,
There Is sllRbt chance, necordlnR to
officers hero, that any Honolulu bank-Ing-hmiBO
would caro to tlo up such n
largo amount nf coin as tho monthly
Army pay-roll involves, for nny such
Interest. In tho seventies tho Army
wns much smaller than It Is tndny, and
to pny Its 20,000 odd mon for a fow
monH s "vvas 'h Uo" fc. bio or ".InTo!?" Anderson spok 0 on
financial bouse. Now tlio sum Involv- " H-Ji'SI.RTiLV '?. M
cd Is so much larRer, anil with tho co
lonial possessions tho system bo much
mora Intrlrnto and fnr separated, that
tho paying off could hardly bo done by
private Individuals, except locally. It
Is posslhlo that tho banks will ills-
illKB win inn-
count the pay vouchers of tho officer..
but tho pay of enllstcil men is carried
In lump sums mi tho pay-rolls of each
organization, nnd these cannot bo dis
counted In tho snmo way as individual
So fnr as subslstcnco Is concerned,
tho Commlssnty Department Is not
worrying Just yet. Iocnl more hnnlB
havo already bid on tho July supplies,
and thoso contracts aro mado In read
that thn Roods shall bo paid for ns
funds me available. However, If pay
ment Is dclnydc, It Is qulto posslhlo
that tho produca concerns will not
enro In bid nn tho August supplies, In
which enso tho depot commissary will
commenco tn havo troublos of his own
W. J. DYER TO TALK
TO ENGINEERING ASSN.
Tho Hawaiian KiiclnonrlnR Associa
tion will hold Its regular meeting nt
tho Collego of Hawaii at 8 p. tn. Tues
day. Juno 2r.th, 1912.
W. J, Dvcr. assistant gcnoinl mnna
Rcr Honolulu Iron Works, will itivq n
tnlk on Ills recent Trip to Peru.
Mr. Dyer visited Panama and Peru,
tho stniib nf tho worlds crcntcBt on
glncerlng prnjeels today, and Tuc'sday
Iio will toll of his trip. Ho hns been
lor many years connected with Impor
tant manufacturing and engineering
developments throughout these Isl
ands nnd his lecture on his recent trip
to South America will bo authorita
tive ('M'AVUP DAY IX 1111,01
Says the Hawaii Hcrnld:
Yesterday, nccordlnK to proclama
tion of ActlnKQnvernor Mott-Sinlth,
was Cluan-IIp Day throughout tho
Territory That means everybody
was supposed to lend a band at
cleaning up their itlos Honolulu In
partlculur, wiih inferred to. Thorn's
not much dirt in I 111". They make
tho dirt fly tn llllu!
Anyway, It was it holiday, though
nobody observed It. In Honolulu they
didn't hate enough money tn do all
tho cleaning teqUlred. In llllo thcie
was no cleaning neeesBniy.
MaBfiHtf 'Wkrm JfraSIM
.io,hi:pii it. KMimxrni.v,
dinner Flrsf I'rle, llniiion lllntor.
It al, Cunlcot.
ANNUAL GRADUATING EXER
CISES HELD BEFORE A
lonors nt Pu.ialio.i for tho ear
. . i i.., uni..r,inif
night M "lie ; annual coIIoko commenco.
ment exercises, mnrklitR the end of on,
UHiiBimlly successful sciiooi year nun
.i.n Hri,.mi most fnr cood durinR the
'i0..8?'""'1 T', t i. I "i,J ! L. ..
! iii,,i, i ii imninn rheinrl-lln
ui.iit ilrxt nilzo in tho Damon rhetori
cal contest, to Miss Hazel Gear second
prlzo nnd to Miss Helen 11. Colburn
Charles II. ltlshop llnll, whero tho
cQinnic'iicemcnt exercises wero held,
wns filled with a largo nnd enthusias
tic nudlenco of relatives, friends nnd
nliimnl of Punnhou and applause wns
loud aB Picsldeiit arlflltlis, uno pro.
-.,-, , ....,.,, .1 ..i.. 'ei,n
riueil. inane i.uu.ir uiu iiwin'i", .n
l-'P'''"" . P' " c"kcS 0 "
Anderson has mado a Rood all
nround record In college, llo has
l.ii n .l nllilnln nllll n linnl t...
IIVI'11 ,.114 ...11H-1W .! .-- -...
dent and Is rcgnrded ns a high typo
of joiuiK mnnhood.
Damon Prize 7wardi.
Tho announcement nf tho Damor
i.rlzes Is one of tho events of tho
school year. Joseph it. FnrrliiKton,
who won first prlro, bnd ns bis sub
ject In tho oratorical competition
snmo dais brii. "Tho Spirit of '7G.'
Miss llnzcl Geiir'B subject was "Tho
Imps' Matinee," nnd Miss Colburii's
themo wns "Sweet I.cllehita"
Tho commetitemcnt orations wero
very Interesting and unusually alilo.
Miss Hazel lluckland spnko on "Illlza
liothnti Thentcrs." her subject bclim
treated blstorlcnll). Ilobert Alexan
and belne well dellvcrod. Miss Mar
lon Hllznbetli llrnvvn, tho third speak
nr. tnbl of dm llfo nf Frances Wlllnrd.iKnual Is about to assumo actunl shape,
tho i;rent wrtman rcrormcr niut tern
Tim ..........1 n.lclrenn. clc hero uy'
..! mil"" ........ -, ............. ..,
U.. Jolm 1 Cowan f Kobnla. was an
nnin nun inspiring jicuuiivh. . .
., 1. ....', ,11,, Vol .-,1,,, ii I,, uiiipi,
1 .i ,.i, r- i, rnmi.inniini. ,.f
tho practical and tho ideal to form 11
well rounded llfo.
Tho annual class gift wns presented "- -- i..i".v. . . uU
bv Ilnndolph Hitchcock, president of Kreo of certainty.
Iho class, the Rift Inning tlio form of
fin... i..in .iiml.-.. in,, iim n.n .if iim riioir
c. ..... i,..,,..,!,,,. ,!,,, i ...IM-, it-,.., tiw,1
response to thn gift wns mado by
Tho presentation of diplomas and
tho announcement nf scholarship
nw arils wns followed by music and the,
icncdlctloii, closing tho program Pros I
blent tlrllllths In presenting tho dlpln
u ..1,1 1 i.n. ni.ivn .nn.i.nru nf iim
class nro Intending to contlnuo their
e.liienib.n lii other fnl eces and emu in
sized tho cssent billy basic work of tho
I coIIoro and Its broadly-preparatory
spirit Scholarship honors wero
nwnnleil tn Robert Alexander Andnr
son ami Milton fcylo Holmes, both nl
whom averaged better than 90 per
cent during their courses.
During tho program music was fur-
nlshed bv Miss Mnrlhn MrChesnoy ,
with n piano solo, it trio or girls, mull
a ninlo nuartet Tlio Hov. Leopold
Kioll prnnotinced tho Invocation and,
Tho list of graduates Is as follows1
Collego Preparatory Com so Win
Patterson Alexander, Robert Alexan
der Anderson, Marlon Cniido Cbapln,
Francis Clark Cowan, lldvvln Hiitcho
koii (llbli, ltundolph Howard Hltcb
cock, Milton fcylo Holmes, Helen
tones, Harold Kerr, John Troup Molr,
Jr , Wllllnm Lionel Morgan and Dal
General Course lMllh fcouls Raid
wl.t Prnn.nti Ilnznl lb. elitni.tl. FrnnenH
llnllet Cochran. Union Itosa Colburn,
Allco Hello Davis. Margaret Stowart
J. H0PP &
i;i.' 1 1 ' i
llnll of Honor.
I'orrost, Lorna lloolcla .Inrrctt. Ildltli
Dorothy Keola, Until Dorothea I.lnd
ley, Martha Ixnilso McChcsney, Wll
llnm Woods Paly, tliith lloppln Hen
ton nnd llcntrlco I.conorn Whllo.
nmntnerrlnt (!oursn Marlon Ktlzn
belli Ilrown, Hazel dear nnd (Jamie
llfllo Hosec runs.
Music Certificates Mnrllftt Loutso
OAHU SENIORS ARE
HOSTS AT BALL TONIGHT
Tho crndtintltiK class of Oabu Cot
Icro will rIo tho annual senior ball
tonight at tho Mnnnn Hotel, imo of the
social I'Vcnts ; of I ho sensot, A spcclaj
car will Icavo tho Monna nt 12 In
o'clock rnlnB to Fort street by way
' ' "",n,m'; .
Tho patronesses and reception onnv
'"" "- i".ni.mi.- -
McCllC'SllCS . Aloxnil.lcr AtlllcrSOII. IM-
lt'l. Klonr MannKcr William
UNIVERSITY CLUB GUESTS
Twelve joiing men who will soon
lecoino collcRlans wero guests of the
University Club nt a luncheon nt tho
club today. In anticipation ot tho
(lino when those jouiir men, now
grniiuntinK irom preparatory scnoo.s
... uiu v...,, ..... .. "..., """""'"'illeldrord to substantiate his conteu
V10 ."?'!. wnSn.,?i,J,0'i0 elJ''.u ' r? M'on "1 ' r of tho $17.r,0 flKuro, but
dent Wnltcr F. DlllliiRbam of the club rmn,,rt ,h. ,,1PV ,, ... ,.. .,.
l.rcsidcd, and sovcrnl informal talks
Tho Riicsts of-bonor' II. II. Hitch
cock, 11. A. Anderson, F C. Cowan, M.
U Holmes, John T. Molr, Jr., Dal Turn?
Pang, W. P. Alexander, II C. Ilrown,
fc. II. Olbb, Harold Kerr, V. L. Mor
pnn and W. W. Paly,
I.IHl'i;, Kauai, Juno 18. An uncon
firniod rumor Is rlfo to tho effect Hint
the inucb-talkcd-nf bolt railroad for
innso sain 10 no ociiiiiu cno nunir nro
men who "do things," nnd tlio early
materialization 01 muir bciiciuo is
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is thought turn coiincciinK 1110 rniirqau
lines of tho' varlouB plantations would
probably bo tho cnurso pursued by the
(promoters, though not enough has yet
Tho American-Hawaiian freighter
Mexican, Captain Tnpley, arrived thlsi
mnHn 1111 nml I11 U ii'iliii u ohn inui
morning mm uy o n chick sua was
nlnngsldo tho railroad wharf, whero
Bll commenced to dlbchnrRo her carRo
Tho Moxlcnn mado tho trip down In
c Rh days without nny mishap. After
sho has iiuloadcd 20.000 tons of Hono-
'""' rnrKp sho will proceed to i:iooIo,
ivii.uii, niinuiui, .. ...... u.i.i mm.
Tho regular meeting of tho King's
wnuBiiicrH oircio mis uccn posiponou
to July 1.
II ii 1 1 u 1 1 ii mis best IluslncHg (let
engineer (steam or
ileilrlell)) wants position nnyvvbero
In the Islands t'oinpi'tcnt Itefer
iiueM furnished Thirteen ears' ex
perience. AiI.Iickh "87," llullttln
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT8
Merchant, Near Fort
The Army of
It Crowing Smaller Erery Day.
LIVER PILLS are
rwpoojible they tu.
only ejw relief j
Mil, ladi'ititlea. Sick HueVcVf, StDew SUa.
SMALL PILL, SMAU DOSE, SMALL PftlCE
Genuine r..iu.i Bignaturo
M A H Ll K A
Verdict In tho' Mnliuka site case In
Federal Court Is expected Into this af
ternoon nr tonight. The case was ex
pectcd lo so to tho Jury early llils
afternoon, following tho reading of thn
court's instructions. U. 8. District At
torney Ilretkons gavo his nrguinent
fnr tho Government, and the attorneys
fnr tho property-owners, led by Olson,
mado brief talks In rebuttal this morn
ing. Ilrcckons held tho limelight for two
hours, comparing tlio evidence of tho
witnesses, anil his ridicule of thn tes
timony offered by Hx ports fteidfonl
nnd Pratt, for tho owners, wns keen
edged, caustic nnd so snrenstlc once or
twlco Hint It brought a broad grin to
every fnco In tho room save that of
tho Judgo nnd Attorney Olson even
Hxpert Iteldford. who has sat patient
ly through ovcry hour of th4 case,
fushed nnd forced n smllo at tho
quaint conceits that nrecknns conjur
ed in his description of Iteldford's al
titude, on tlio wltncss-stnnd.
Ilrcckons told nf Iteldford's stead
fast opinion that tho land was worth
$17.fi0 per squaro foot, nnd of how ho
said he had figured It out liv his long,
general knowledge of real estate val
ues In tho heart of tho business dW
trlct. When nBkcd as to his methods
ot reaching tho opinion, Ilrcckons said
that Rcldfnrd not only disdained to
explain but declared It n "foolish ques
tion." Ho recounted the rental figures on
ncK,luornR properties produced by
reminded tho Jury that In two ensos.
thoso of tho Cummins property mid
tho Olll co Specialty Company, which
adjoin tho property in dispute, ami 111
which tho rental figures do not sustain
Reldford's contention, tho expert did
not produce tho rentnl reports.
Ho then reminded the Jurors tof tho
testimony of J. D. Mclncrny, whoso
property Just ncross tho street Is qulto
similar In every way to tho property
Involved In tho suit. .Mclncrnv, ho
said, tCBtlllcd Hint his land there bo
held nt 110 per square foot, and admit
ted on a question from Juror Phillips
that that was his Belling prleo and nnt
tho valuation set for tax purposes.
The flovcrnmcnt Is seeking tn nc
qult'o tho property for thn nsscssed
valuation, about 35,00(). Tho experts
set much higher values, Pratt estimat
ing It at about 73.000 and Iteldfonl
at about $82,000. Tho latter oxpeit
added that with tho Improvements It
should ho worth about ? 00,000.
In tho first Mnliuka Bite case, 011
property Involving 9C0O squmo feet of
land, the owners wero awarded $112,
r.00 for tho land, $22,r00 for tho lease
hold mid $'1000 for depreciation.
Tho Government Is well satisfied
with tho personnel of the Jury In tho
present suit so much so that Attor
ney Drcckoiis, during his argument
this morning, said ho would abldo by
tho figures tho Jury reaches. In his
report to tho Government bo must sub-
I mlt tho facts in tho case, tho owners'
iiRiircs, tho Jury's figures nml bis own
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ounitni nn in mc .impcr nuiPH, un
tma ina jury today thnt ho wouM still
mlt Its figures as his own opinion In
Hawaii's delegation at thn Demo
cratic convention which incuts In
Ilaltliuoro tomorrow Is uninrtiiln us
to exnet hutke-up. Attorney W A.
Klnnoy, who was tn bnvo held tint
proxy of David Kwallkcnof llllo, lias
been taken 111 with typhoid favor In
Nova Scotlflr, and the delegation will
ho nilnus one member unless nnuiiRe
ments ure made to transfer tho proxy,
The cablegram announcing tho r.ict
of Mr. Kinney's Illness came siiinu
days ago to his law partners here, hut
ns tho cablegram was from Mr Kin
ney htmBolf nnd wns Included In bus
iness matters, It Is assumed that (ho
attack Is a slight one liven a rlight
attack, however, would Incapacitate
him from serving
It Is quite likely thnt John II Wil
son, tho national cominltteinan for
Hawaii, will hold tho proxy II M
Wuthon Is ulso a poBsiblo member ot
the delegation under these circum
stances, B x 1 1 r 1 1 Want Ads rtlll Una It.
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