YBNINQ BTJLLBTIN, HONOLTJLTJ. T. II., MONDAY, AI'O. 2fi, 1907.
FILLER HAS GONE
TO 8ALINA CRUZ
WOULD SEND LEPERS,
RACK TO JAPAN
Si II II 1 fl H IF
Hull II ILILU liJ II
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28TII,
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(Special to the Bulletin.)
Walluku, Maul, Aug. 23. The big
freighter Mexican arrived at Kahulul
from Honolulu last week and after
taking in 2800 tons of sugar she left
again last Tuesday afternoon for Kaa
nr.pali, where she took in 1000 tons.
Krom there she left for Hllo, where
she will take on board 600 tons more
of sugar and from there go direct to
Among the passengers on board of
her from Honolulu was R. W. Filler,
rx-Superintendent of the Kahulul
Railroad Company, who Is on his way
to Sallna Cruz to examine and report
its to the cause of recent shortages in
sugar cargoes. It Is understood that
between three and' five tons of sugar
are returned unaccounted for at every
trip of the American-Hawaiian steam
ers, and this is a big shortage which
Justifies the sending of an experienced
man as Mr. Filler on such a mission.
Judge Kepolkal entertained Mr. Fil
ler at dinner last Monday at the
Judge's Walluku home, where the lat
ter renewed his acquaintance with
many dear old friends, who were all
happy to see him again, for Mr. Filler
was at one time one of the social Hons
as well as Industrial magnates of Cen
(Special to the Bulletin.)
Walluku, Maui, Aug. 23. Harry C.
Mossman, late of Honolulu and one of
Walluku's bedding criminal attorneys,
was married to Miss Nellie Birch, a
KValluku belle, alco well known in Ho
nolulu, this morning by the Rev. J.
Nua. C. Green was best man, while
Miss Maria Loa, formerly of Hllo, but
now a resident of this town, acted as
bridesmaid. Among those who were
the first to extend congratulations to
the happy couple were Deputy County
Attorney Crockett, Judge McKay and
nteresting Features Are
Included In ,
The dedication of the temple of
ibumo occurred yesterday, and a pretty
ceremony it was. At half-punt ten the
ceremonies began and were not con
cluded until after the sun hud disap
peared in the western sea. Fireworks'
played an important part at the wind
ing up of the exercises.
The temple, which was honored yes
terday, Is the only one of Its kind in
these Islands. It is a biunuh of Shin
toism, a sect of the home country, to
which many thousands of Japanese be
long. The temple has been finished
for some months, but from the fact
that there has not been a priest of the
Beet in the Islands high enough to
officiate no Bervlce has ever been hel'J
In the new house of worship. Thin
deficiency has been supplied by the ur
rlval from Japan recently of a high
priest who will remain In charge until
further arrangements can be made.
The temple Itself is of Bmall dlmen-1
Ions, being only about thirty feet
square in the auditorium. It is qulto
plain on the exterior, very little work
of the gingerbread variety being em
One of the notable features of yes-
erday's celebration was a Japanese
Passion Play performed by a troupe of
Japanese from the Kahuku plantation
who were especially drilled for the
The dedication ceremonies, which
lasted about an hour, were repeated
at Intervals during the day aud even-
PAYS ITS RESPECTS.
Sixteen officers of the National
Guard, headed by Colonel Jones, made
a . formal ca?! on Governor Frear at
1:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon.
Colonel Jones spoke warmly of the
loyalty and efficiency of the Guard and
Governor Frear made a fitting reply.
The officers who called were: General
Staff Colonel John W. Jones, Lieu
tenant Colonel John W. Short, Major
James W. Pratt, Captain Archibald N.
.Sinclair, Captain Alonzo D. Wise, First
Lieutenant George B. Smithies. Line
Officers Colonel Samuel Johnson,
Captain James B. Gorman, Captain
John M. Kea, Lieutenant Thomas Ka
kalia. Lieutenant James A. Thompson,
Lieutenant James D. Dougherty, Lieu
tenant Fred B. Angus, Lieutenant
Henry Kailimal, Lieutenant William
Ahia, Lieutenant Clifton H. Tracy.
DECORATED WITH LANTERNS.
(Special to the Bulletin.)
Wailuku, Maui, Aug. 23. The graves
in the Sandhills at the foot of Main
Ftreet, Walluku, have been brilliantly
Ht up with colored lanterns these few
evenings and many remarks of praise
have come from the lips of Wailuku
ans as they pause on the streets while
on their moonlight walks. In answer
to inquiries as to the meaning of the
lanterns placed on the tombstones, a
pretty maid from the Land of Nippon
answered thus: "That is just the same
as what you call in haole Decoration
"What a rapt look she wears."
"Yes. she 1b dreaming of her youth."
"Nonsense; she is not more than
"Neither Is he." Houston Post.
School time is almost here. Your boy must have new clothes for his
own comfort and to dress like other boys.
Wc are especially prepared to fit boys from head to foot in attractive,
stylish, serviceable garments that can be depended upon and are very
Boys, youths' and young men's suits in smart styles and handsome
materials. All neatly and strongly tailored.
The celebrated "STAR" waists for Boys. New styles.
The SAMSON suspender waists for Boys.
Stockings, hats, caps, underclothing, boy's duck and khaki pants,
and everything that boys wear,
COME NOW AND AVOID THE RUSH. i
M. McINERNY, Ltd.,
HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER
FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS.
(Special to the Bulletin.)
Walluku, Maul, Aug. 23. The Amer
ican Bark E. F. Whitney, Captain Wm.
G. Goodman, will leave Kahulul Har
bor in ballast tomorrow for Westport,
Columbia River, to load with north
weBf lumber for Kahulul again. Cap
tain Goodman was a caller at waiiunu
one day this week. He was for many
ears skipper on vessels running be
tween Honolulu and the coast In the
feugar trade.. He also brought the first
curgo of machinery ' for the old Puu-
nene mill at Camp No. 1 many years
ago and also other sugar mills In Cen
EALL00NS TO ASSIST SCIENCE.
An extensive launching of sounding
balloons in different parts of the
world, for the purpose of acquiring
important scientific data, has been
undertaken by an international com
mission on aeronautics. To each of a
large number of balloons will be at
tached an instruntent designed to re
gister the temperature and humidity
which obtains in high regions. Also,
the Instruments will automatically re
cord data from which can be calculat
ed the changing atmospheric condi
tions in the higher altitudes. The
balloons are constructed to attain an
altitude of ten miles or more.
Attached to each will be a notice,
printed In several languages, promis
ing a reward to the finder who will
return it to an indicated place prompt
ly. It is planned, also, to distribute
balloons to ships for release In mid
ocean. Preliminary experiments made
from the national headquarters at
Zurich have been notably success
The local Japanese are perfecting a
icheme to present to the Hoard of
Health whereby It Is sought to make
arrangements that local Japanese
epers are to be sent buck to their
mtlve count iy. Dr. Mitumura and
druggist Ishll are the prime mover
in the matter.
It Is only recently that large central
isolated leper camps have been estab
lished in Japan. It Is understood that
the home government will accept the
lepers and place them In the institu
tions that have been recently pro
vided. Those who are making a move In
this mutter clulin that If such arrange
ments can be made with the Terri
torial health authorities that Jnpanese,
knowing that they will be sent buck to
Tupan In case this dread disease is con
i.racted, will make no endeavor to con
ceal the existence of It, as is dune at
present through fear of Molokui.
There are three Japanese suspects at
nesent In the detention station at Ka-
llhl, and it Is hoped that plans may
be prelected whereby these three may
be the first to be sent to Japan Instead
of going to Molokal. '
One of the fuds of 1770 was tha
wearing of two watches.
Sounding the praises of;
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If you don't
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HOTEL ST. bet. SMITH and
Her (sighing) "Oh, I met such a
lovely, polite man today."
Him "Where was that?"
Her "On the street. I must have
been carrying my umbrella carelessly,
for he bumped his eye right Into it.
And I said, 'Pardon me,' and he said.
'Don't mention it I have another eyo
i.eft." Cleveland Leader.
To the Point. "It's so long since
you called upon me," said the fair
girl, as she came down to the young
man In the parlor, "that I was begin
ning to think you were forgetting
"I am forgetting you," replied the
ardent youth, "and that's why I've
called tonight. Can I have you?"
When the hands are sore and blist
ered wash them in fresh buttermilk
and allow It to dry on the skin, us It
lids In whitening it.
Good advice from Secretary Hoot:
"Go aflshlng "
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CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN-
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Records made during July, 1907,
by the world's most famous singers
Hear them and you 11 want them, ,
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The BUSINE8S MAN'S HANDY
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concise and compute rssums of all l
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mtnts, building psrmlts and rial es
tate transactions. Evening Bullttln,
7Bt P" month, Weekly Bulletin,
An Electric Fnn will keep you
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THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Lid.
No artist would think of showing one of
his pictures without a frame; and no dealer
would attempt to sell an expensive painting
unless suitably framed. Because a frame
"makes" a picture.
Have an enlargement made of one of your
favorite kodak snap-shots and bring it here
to be framed. You'll have a picture that
will be a surprise.
We will do the work promptly and in an
artistic manner. Our stock of mouldings,
made-up frames and French ovals now ready.
Also gold metal frames for photographs.
Hawaii Photo & Art Co.,
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and just now we have a line
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Some of tbt new designs are
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suitable for dining rooms and
Call and see them. The
prices are right down to bed
177 S. KINO ST.
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