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HONOLULU STAR-nULLElIX, FRIDAY, AVG. lf, 1912.
, Aaote signed niaj. A. Butt," and
dated "April 16, mid-ocean." It In re
ported was picked up on the beach at
Plock Island, R, I. The note was In
closed la a bottle, the- metal top of
which was tad 1 y corroded, and read:
"Help. On a raft. Titanic linking. No.
water or food."
The bottle was found by Joheph P
Aiken of North Attleboro. A. J. Loram
of New York City and W. H. Jones o'
J 04 4 Madison avenue, Paterson. N. J.
Thomas W. Brahanj, assistant sec
retary to the President, said that no
word had been received at the White
House regarding the note.
George P. Mitchell, supervisor o'
the Government tea testers, has re
turned from an lnipection of all tea
testing ports In the United States an1
Is preparing a report of his finding
frr Secretary of the Treasury Mac
Veagh. Mr; Mitchell, an expert on teaj and
, I rr charge of tea cultivation work nn
e'er the Department of Aericulture
was .: recently commissioned bv th
Treasury Departments to supervise all
.tea testa, to putting the new testing
methx)ds -into operation, and to act a
flnl authority on all Questions raise
h tre tea Importers of the countr-
Of these memorials, twenty-six were
provided for by the United States, 42".
by states of the union and twenty
three by organizations or individuals.
oven the findings of the tea board.
Cgress has, been asked by tb"
VIckFburg national military park com
mission to provide for the erection in
, that , park of asnltable monument to
commemorate , ''the services of the
Confederate navy -on the MUsisslpbi
riveV and its tributaries during the
civil Iwar, The commission savs such
' memorial should not exceed $1 25,00
In cost An estimate of $50,000 Is su
mltted St5Lteg!n the work, A monu
ment? commemorating the services tof
the onion navy already has been erect
ed, in the park, as a cost of J 144.00 0.
The Vicktborg national park has an
area-of 1324 acres, mostly cleared and
Improved with roads and bridges, and
contains 474 memorials, monument
The present commit sioners of the
park are William T. Rigby, James G.
Everest and Lewis Guion. In their
annual report to the Secretary of War.
Ji:st submitted, they say that they are
striving to secure for the park a
bronze portrait of each arm, corps,
division and brigade commander en
gaged in the operations commemorat
ed and of each regimental field officer,
division chief of artillery and battery
commander killed or mortally wound
ei during those operations Un!o:i
and Confederate in both cases.
It Is stated that each memorial se
cured will be placed' at an appropriate
site In relation to the line of the of
fleer's command during the siege and
defense of VIcksburg. The attention
o: state legislatures, and of wealthv
citizens is invited by the commission
ers to that feature of the parti wcr.v
The cost of maintaining the park is
$00,000 a year, provided by Congress.
The War Department paid $300 for
a cottage on the military reservation
at Fort Barrancas, Fhw and now finds
1U elf In the embarrassing position of
having committed an Illegal a?t ac
cording to a decision of Controller
Tracewell of the ' Treasury, holding
that there was no appropriation from
which the mirchase could be made.
The cottage was 'built by an enlisted
man, and then sold to the government
for use as a stable. If the government
had built the cottage the problem
would be different, as there is an ap
propriation for construction. The ap
propriation was approved by the Sec
retary of War on the recommendation
of the quartermaster general. The. dli-
burelng officer who .paid -v the bill Is
- ,. 'i tm
A million dollars in gold Is expected
frcm Alaska with many new mllJlen-
aires. iV '- ": ,v.-- .v -:
The last act In the tragi-comedy of
the elopement of Kim Paw, which
went wrong, will be enacted in Judge
Heavy office business and scarcely
anything at the session again chaise
terizes the exchange sheet While
Fee Mey Soong, with, whom Kim Paw
tried to elope several weeks ago.
At the time of the elopement, Kim
Taw and his assistant ran and : hid
behind the barn when See Mey
Hoongs father appeared upon, the'
scene with a shotgun and the next
There is now no hitch in arrange
ments for the race meeting at Kapio
Jani Park. September 2, Labor Day.
Monsarrac's court Monday morning i he Honolulu Park Commissioners 1235 shares are reported from recess
when the rejected suitor, in company ; having granted the request of the! & sold, only 59 shares changed hands
with his confederate, Kim Sui Yune.' committee for the use of the park on the board. Prices are hammered
will appear to answer to a charge of end the erecMon of a grandstand. i down in four sugar stocks, with only
trespass .preferred by the father oft Following Is the letter of the Park one advance as an offset to notice.
Commissioners to the committee, and Oahu sugar sold down a quarter at
the progiam of the race meeting: 28 for 100 d 115 shares, losing an.
Honolulu, T. H., August 16, 1912. otner quarter for 90 and 5 shares in
K. W. Shingle, Esq.. Chairman Kx--wceM and 5 and 10 on the board,
ecutlve Committee Sports, Labftr leading it 27.15 asked with an eighth
Day Honolulu T H f e8S hid. Onomear marks up an eight
ni.r cfP. v2 b"r t'n trknnvira at 57.875 for 115 shares. Waialua sold
day Kim Paw had Ah Soong arrested your communication in regard to the Jown a half point at 126 for 25 sharea.
on a charge of assault with a deadly use of the Kapiolani Park Race Track' ?Am!lS5 i? !R
for Labor Day. September 2nd. " . X" " -
At a special meeting of the Com- " VJ'-Tv
miss'oners held this morning, wc'-. JTm
considered t .e five requests asked by 41 75 for 35 gnareg Paailhau holds its
your Committee and voted to grant; own t 2350 for 100 8hares pi0neer
the same cn the conditions named by. dropped a half point on the board. 9
you with the following additional con J 8nare9 going at 34.
uitions: Miscellaneous stocks show welL Ha-
That your Committee will allow no waiian Pineapple having adcanced a
pool selling on that day within the quarter on the board to 43.25 for 20
grounds controlled by you, Including .hares, following a reported sale of
the race tracK.
HONOi ri M PARK COMMIS
The following day. See Mey Soong
publicly snubbed her lover in Judge
Whitney's court, and when Ah Soong
was arrested upon the assault charge,
he was found not guilty. Ah Spong
promptly swore out a warranty for
Kim Paw and Kim Sui Yune on a
charge of trespassing.
For two weeks, Kim Paw and his
friend were unable to be found "hut
J they -were finally located by the; po
lice and were arraigned in Judge
Monsarrata court this morning. The
case was continued until Monday
Articles of incorporation were filed
today by Lovejoy and Company, Ltd.,
a' corporation which intends taking
over the wholesale liquor business of
David H. Lewis and which Is. capital
ized at $50,000. David H. Lewis is
president- of the new concern ; and
holds 1,997 shares of the total 12,500
shares of stock issued. Charles C.
Bartlett, vice president, holds, J00
shares. The officers, who hold - one
share each, are John Ashman BeaVen,
secretary ; Manuel Paresa, treasurer,
and William Ly, Fraiee, auditor, f
ETerrthlnff in the printing line at
one uhion-Confederate, ; ; The Oregon Fast Mall was ditched ; 8tarBnlletliW Alakea ttmt branch
421 TJnlon and fifty-two Confederate, near Baker City. No one was hurt Vwltant stWt
65 at 43. Brewery gained a quarter in
sales of 10 and 200 at 21. and O R, &
L. is unchanged at 140 for 15 shares.
Bonds came out in one sale of $4000
GERRJT P. WILDER, Secty. Hilo Extension sixes unchanged at
1. Match race, half mile; prize $500.
L. D. Warren's Oneonta.
J. O'Rourke's Sonoma.
2. Half mile; ponies 14 hands 3 in.
or under; prize, $100.
3. Half mile, free for all; prize $200.
4. Match five-eights; prize $500.
L. D. Warren's Umpqua.
W. Decoto's Major Collier.
5; prise '$300.
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had; been very numerous previously.
5. Match , pacing, mile heats, 3 in "While there is no doubt that the
campaign against the fly within the
6.--Three-quarter mile; prize $250. city limits has been more effective
7. Hawaiian-bred horses,. half mile; than we expected It would be, there
prize $250. j must be other causes at work to aid
8. JfOlO pony cnaiienge CUp; vaiue.iu pruuucius me uiuio laiuiauie tuiir
For Week Beginning
A Shipment of
. Undsrpriced; for Next V eek Only
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'15x30 - 1.25
-19x36 - 1.75
30x42 - 2.95
. 24x42 - 355
Three-eights mile, weight 163
lbs1. One competitor lo be
nominated from each of the
ter, Maui, Kauai and Oahu.
9. One mile, free for all; prize $300.
10. Hawaiian-bred horses; one mile;
prize $300; total piizes $2800.
GETS TWO MONTHS
FOR STEALING TALLOW
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Ah Wood was sentenced to two
sarrat this morning on .a, charge of st,ml am
djtions. Our observations have not
gone far enough to decide 'just what
the beneficial factors are, yet it may
be considered probable that some
predaceous insects are attacking the
fly. There is no parasit of the fly
in evidence,, but different-species ' of
insects will devour it. Perhaps the
long dry spell has something to da
with. the activity, of the .insects, facil
itating their release from , the ground.
as wet weather, would .give them a
hard time coming up. It has been
nnttAa1 i Uatvalt 4Kof -tVta ante nrllft
swarm upon inrestea conee puip,
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Just as wc have cs
tablwhcd a high
I standard : in H the
handle so haye wc
established a stan-
dard- in store ser
vice. That stan
dard we sincerely
believe win. Wc
keep our merchan
dise on - " a " hijh
plane, 2 aiming to
give our customers
the best that the
for the leas t
money. We make
a special effort in
our clothing de
partment, V and
when a garment
leaves our store it
is faultless, and fits
equal to the finest
Cor." Fort and Hotel S ts.
JIMBHHBSBBm . ,," "" .
stealing two barrels of tallow from
the slaughter house at Iwllel early on
the morning of June 25..
According to . the testimony, Ah
At all events, it is very encourag
ing to find the fly diminishing in the
wild lands. The outlying V forests
were considered the one great ' ob
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1 On Sale
Wood hired a Chinese expressman to ' " . ra "lTh
aaiav in stacle to control of the pest here
drive , to the,. place at Jcour o clock in:r..,v, , ti Am.
JSiSSSr .JS! Sanparatlyel, ,ey to hold, the-pesH
vrefuiu, 7 "T'-fln chect by systematic efforts. .In
l-hyw0 di;!S AiHawali the susceptible traits gro.
fled. He returned late and complet
ed the theft, according to the testi
mony. The majority of the morning was
occupied by this case, which lasted
until after eleven o'clock, wien the
continued case of 3. Arao, a chauf
feur arrested on a charge of reckless
driving was taken up. Arao was ar
rested a week ago on the complaint
of Col Wilder of Schofield Barracks,
with whom the Japanese had a col
lision in Kaipapa Gulch last Sunday
A recess in the case was taken at
noon and the hearing of the evidence
was resumed at three o'clock this
KOREAN'S- TOILET PLEASES
ing wild in the uncultivated regions
make the problem a much more dif-j
Assistant Chief Coming.
. .Dr.' Wilcox was asked- about the
cabled report that C. L. Maflatt was)
on . his way here to aid in the cam
paign against the fruit fly, as the
man from Washington before prom
Ised to come on that errand was a
Mr. Back. -
"Mr. Marlatt has been here before
and I am mighty glad he Is coming
down now," Dr. Wilcox replied. "He
if first assistant to the chief of the
Bureau of Entomology and the act
ing chief in the absence of the chief.
" "Mr. Marlatt is a. man of years, be
ing nearly fifty, a level-headed, man
who is not likely to make any tactical
mistakes. He has been connected
I 1 .1 a. a AAA
iiinnrr. iifimc I irUT CHlCi11'1 ine aepanmeni since ioq, nav
JUUbt, WINb LIuH I rlNt ing previously been in the agricul-
tural department of Kansas, and has
Oar Motto: CLEAN AW GCCD
GERMAN CONFECTIONERY. AND FANCY BAKERY.
I Birthday pake; Fanc
Zwieback; German Coffee Cake Baumkuchcn, : :
Delicious Ice CrearnVand Sherbets, Cream Puffs.
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Twenty minutes after the case of
been assistant chief since 1S94. Be-
Chai Wung Kung had been called in uIde8 vl8iting Hawaii before, he has
T..3K ftjrM.MMMA'j this tnAVfilno I .
Judge Monsarrat's court this morning
and the defendant's bail had been de
clared forfeited, in walked the Korean
resplendant in tan shoes, purple seeks
been in China and Japan on missions
for the department.
I suppose Mr. Marlatt is coming
in lan suocs, purpie hucilb , hp t k- thp nrenmfnarv flr.
yellow silk trousers a white shirt and rflneomenta for the camnaien. under
a black neck-tie adorned with a glass
' When asked for an explanation, the
Korean 1 who had been arrested for
drunk eness, told the interpreter that
as it was his first appearance In court,
he thought that he wanted to look
nice when brought before Judge Mon
sarrat and he had been busy arrang
ing his attire since six o'clock that
morning. And the judge let Chai
Wong Kung off with a three-dollar
the appropriation just' made by Con
Uress for combating the fruit fly, and
that Mr. Black is coming to assist
ia the practical work."
For news and the truth about it.
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Hecreiarj; . ru oanaers, treasurer
Nahlnalaa, M. H. Sanders, Chas. Ku-
kuluv S. Meheula and T. HrBoyd, ex
ecntive committee; Philip Hannibal,
D. K. Martin and Jos. Kapono, judges
of election.-. ' ' ' ; v ',.
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Hair Shampoo, Dandruff
Cleanser. Price 25c
BURNED iTO ASHES
Something that beats the steam
roller In practical politics was pulled
off last night at a meeting of the
Democratic club of the first precinct
cf the Fourth District.
Clarence D. Pringle1 had a ticket
fori officers to propose and Interrupt
ed a member who was talking against
time with the point of, order: This
is no time for speeches, the business
is nomination of officers" A slate
was already In but Pringle had an
opposition one to present. He held
a slip of paper aloft.1 It was then
within a few moments of the time
for' closing nominations.
"Let me see your slate," said John
L. Osmer, advancing with cigar In
mouth and match in hand.
Pringle extended the paper before
Gamer's eyes, when, "zip,"' the match
was scratched and the next Instant
the insurgent "slate" was In flames.
It being now 8:30 o'clock and. no
further nominations having been
heard by President Clem K. Qainn,
retiring, the following ticket ' was
duly elected: V
S. C. Hardesty. president: B., R.I Star-Bulletla A4s are Best Business
Reedy, vice-president; Sol. Meheula, betters.
'Purser Sheldon of the Inter-Island
steamer Kilauea brings report of 4190
'sacks H.A. Co. and 8742 sacks A. H.
Co. Sugar awaiting shipment.
Honolulan 8aited for Kahului.
Takingi a few: passengers-and tran
sit cargo," the : Matson Navigation
cteamer Honolulan got away for Ka
hului at a late hour last evenins.
This " vessel y" is to discharge some
seven hundred tons freight at the
Maul port before returning to Hono
The British steamship Saint Kllda
with a shipment of Australian coal
from NewcaatleNS. W., is reported
as hearing - the port - and may bo
brought Inside the harbor . this after
noon. The ; Saint Kilda brings ccal
consigned to the Inter-Island. Steam
Navigation. The vessel comes from
Newcastle, N. S. W. ,
NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS AND
All gas piping inside the property
line which -is buried underground and
is intended to be connected to the
Honolulu Gas Company's mains, must ,
be dipped and wrapped in accordance
with the Gas Company's specifica
tions. The Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.,
will supply this piping properly treat
ed, or will take in exchange an equal
amount of galvanized pipe if fitted
with high pressure couplings.
H. L. STRANGE,
Manager, Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd
SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Pro
posals for Locomotive Crane," will be
received at the Bureau of Yards and '
Docks, Navy Department, Washing-'
ton, until 11 o'clock a. m., August 31, 1
1912, and then and there publicly 1
opened, for one 15-ton locomotive j
crane at the Naval Station, Pearl Har-:
bor, Hawaii. Specifications can be I
obtained on application to the Bureau
of Yards and Docks. WM. M. SMITH,
Acting Chief of Bureau, August 2, 1912.
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FRENZIED CROWDS BUY PUNCHBOWL LANDS,
FEDERAL JURY INVESTIGATING, TB:
PARTY IGNORED, DEMOCRATS TO RETALIATE,
DEATH OF FATHER EMMERAM ON M0L0KAI,
MRS. ANDREWS Ncr. 1 FILES COMPLAINT, .
BLANCHARD PROBING "DAGO RED",. .
FEDERAL PAROLE BOARD NAMED,
NAVY OFFICES MOVE TO PEARL HARBOR, T,
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