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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1911. .
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Lenlil Chapter 'n. 2
Honolulu Third Degree
Hawaiian I'lril Hcgnr.
All visiting tnembtrn of tki
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
HAR1HE ENGINEERS' 0th a,.o
NEFICIM.A$Snp.IATIOH. ciationi cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knight ot
Pythlae Hall. Vlelting brother cor
flally Invited to attend.
71. FOSTKIt, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
K0N0IUI0 AEETE, HO, f. 0. E.
MeeU on the 2nd and 4th WED
, NESDAY evening! ot each month at
. 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
, Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend a 1:0. A. DAVIS W. P.
Wit. C. McCOV, Sec.
, HONOLULU IQEQE, 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No.. (Sid, B. P. O.
.' Clks, meets In their ball, on. King
Itreet, near Fort, every Friday eve-
nlng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
d. p. 11. isnNiinna, r. r.
arco. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
; WM. McKINLEY L0DQE.- NO. 8,
1 K-of P.
Heets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In 1C. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Reretanla. VUIt-
tng brothirs cordially lnvltsd to at-
F. F. KILBEY, C. C.
E. A. JACOUBON, K. It. a.
l Quick Repairs
Broken lenes replaced quick and
Special lenses ground to ordo.
Broken f rumen repaired promptly.
A. N. Sanford,
; Doiton Building - Fort Street
Over May & Co.
LATEST STYLES IN SAILOR8
COLORED AND BLACK'
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel Street, oppotlte Young
When Building a
Put In your houto the mot con
venient and economical arrange
ment for HEATING THE BATH.
Sun Heat Costs Nothing. For In
formation and prices of "Balti
more SUN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW, P. O, Box
569, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
Everything New 8erviee Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
Masonic Building, corner Hotel and
The best tenses lu town lo lit every
STENCIL PATTERNS and
NEW PILLOW TOP8
. MISS WOODARD'S,
Fort Gtreet '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin telephone numbers
have not been changed with the loca
tion of the paper. They remain the
same as printed In the telephone direc
tory Duainess olfice, 2256) editorial
flny's nnd Joe Kalana's Locomobile
can be found nt the Auto I.I very;
Whitney & Miirsh me again In re
cilit of 11 fresh selection of embroid
ered Marquisette gowns.
Tliere'H ninny 11 soiled but good lint
thrown nwny that khould Ilnd Its way
to The Expert Hat Cleaners.
It you want a good job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
John Ft. Bergstrnm, Piano and Or
gan Tuning and Repairing. Masonic
Temple. Telephone 2007. P. O. Box
ltcgal shoes excel In lit, quality nud
workmanship. Thu only shoes sold
In quarter sixes Regal Shoe Store,
King and Dethcl Streets.
The Bulletin Illustrated speclil
edition will bo of much Interest to
friends, as it describes and pictures the
land you live In or are visiting.
Tho government is to ncqnlre.somo
additional land at Peurl Harbor in the
near future, Increasing the size of
KHtneliameho, reservation, It is re
ported. Joseph Roman, hat cleaner, 122
Ileretanla St., next to lira station,
guarantees all his work. Hats called
for and delivered. Phone 1(57.
Tho next International convention
of the Sunday School Association will
bo held ut Sun Francisco on June
20-27 of this year Advance litera
ture has been received here.
Kim Pyeng Kin, a Korean, Is not a
bigamist In tho opinion of a Jury In
thu United Stalest District Court, a
verdict being returned ncquttlng him
under the Indictment brought by the
United States Grand Jury.
Illsbop McDowell of the Methodist
Church, preached last evening at the
church of that) denomination In the
city, delivering one of tho best ser
mons on the growth of the Christian
religion aver heard here. He did not
touch on his trip through the Orient.
Chief of Detectives McDullie be
lieves he has found where a lurge
number ot stolen bicycles have dis
appeared. Yoshlkawn is believed to
have received tho stolen goods and
changed wheels to other frames and
painted them up so that they could
not be recognized.
The Matson Navigation liner WII
helmlna Is due to arrive from Illlo
early tomorrow morning after having
taken 011 about ftfteon hundred tons
sugar at the Hawaii port. The W.ll
holnilna will dock at the Matson
wlin if and (later In the day to be
shifted to the railway wharf to com
Governor Frear stated this morning
that the school teachers would get
their money without Interruption us
fur us ho was nwuro and said he was
Ignorant of the report that because
of some Imagined financial hlutus the
schools would have to get along with
out funds and tlmt "an extra session
may bo necessary." The Governor
states Unit a careful adjustment will
undoubtedly be necessary to allot the
funds properly among the depart
ments but does not expect any great
dllllculty In that regard.
MISS ANNIE PRESCOTT, who tried
to commit suicide with a carving knife
severul days ago, Is doing well ut
Queen's Hospital, according to the
CONSUL. GENERAL AND MRS. DU
HOIS, ot Singapore, who were through
passengers on the Mongolia, Btayed ut
the Young while the vessel was in
II. J. KELLER, a luna on Kolinla
plantation, wus married on Tuesduy
evening of last week to Miss Daniels,
of Maul. Thoy are residing at Ko
COL. FRANCIS V, MANSFIELD,
2nd Infantry, cume In from Lellehuu
this morning on olliclul business and
wus a caller nt District Headquart
ers during the morning.
MRS. MARTIN EGAN, rcgulnr cor
respondent of Everybody's Maguzlne,
und wife ot Martin Egan ot Associat
ed Press fame, passed through Hono
lulu on her wuy to the States for u
vacation of several months.
WILLARD W. LOW and wife of Chl-
rcugo are making a trip to the volcuno
and will return to Honolulu next
week. Mr, Low Is president of Elec
tric Appliance Company, which Is
America's largest electrical supply
house with branches In San Francis
co, Dalian and New Orleans.
Per stmr. Noeau, from Kauai iorts,
May 20. Miss Irwin, I), K. Bherwood,
Chns Ah Nnl, Geo, Bertram,
HONOLULU CRICKET CLUB.
The annual meeting of tho Honolulu
Cricket null will bo held In thu rooms
of triii Keottlsh Thl'tla Club, Noh. M
uud r,'.', Alexander Young building, on
Monday evening, May 22. lull, ut S
All thoin Interested In i rlek.it am
lonllully luvileil to utleinl tills meet
ing. Ily milei' of llm president.
' jAMiirMi, rinniiH,
!MI-U ' Hccrelury,
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
Big Liner Scoured From Bridge to Bilge Tanks Three Euro
peans from Asia Crew Caught With the Goods Released
This Morning Inter-Island Steamer Movements Lyle
Has Piece of Sword That Punctured Steamer Hall.
A persistent search maintained by
almost the entire stun of customs In
spectors and watchmen during tho
stay of the Pacific Mull liner Mongo
lia at the. port resulted In a large box
containing numerous tins ot opium
being confiscated und brbught to tho
office of the collector for safekeep
ing. There was more thun ono employee
of the steamship company who left
Honolulu this morning carrying away
the opinion that this port Is becom
ing decidedly too warm for futuro
attempts to smuggle contraband such
us opium, or ether valuable articles.
There nro nono Uiut know this any
better than Messrs. A. E. Couzens,
William Allen and J. J. Johnson, threo
surviving members of the crew of the
Pacific Mnll steamer Asia, now wreck
ed, who were being returned to Sun
FranclBco as passengers In tho Mon
golia. These men were placed under ar
rest last evening for having made nn
unsuccessful attempt to land a quan
tity of Jade Jewelry, silk In bolts and
articles of wearing apparel.
Men Are Important Witnesses.
The trio of AbI.i crew that fell Into
tho net spread for them by Collec
tor of Customs Stackable and United
States District Attuniey Ureckons
were recused Just prior to tho sail
ing of tho Mongolia this morning up
on a plea for morcy made by Captain
Harry Gaukrogcr, tho former master
Of the doomed Asia. The sklpiier
went before Attorney Ureckons and
asked tho release of the men, declar
ing that thoy were lmiiortant wit
nesses for a bearing which was to he
held by tho British Hoard of Under
writers at San Francisco, Immediately
following tho arrival of the olflcois
It Is understood that n guarantee
was forthcoming that resulted In the
local Federal officials liberating tho
men from custody and placing them
on board the Mongolia this morning.
Should their presence bo required
hero, they will be returned.
The attempt mado to land the plun
der followed tho lowering of the gang
plank last evening. Willi tho passen
gers came n number of former mem
bers of the Asia European staff. At
the wharf end of tho gangway was
stntloned a number or customs men
some In uniform others in plain
clothes. They made It their business
to gently but quickly pubs their hands
around the body of each of the steam
ship men. The touch soon revealed
some unusual Increase In avoirdupois
and a further Jnqulry brought to light
under Couzens Bhort Jacket, array ot
ladles' flnory deftly suspended from n
stnrp that was affixed to his shoul
ders. A search of Johnsou and Allen
resulted ,ln some Jade Jewelry and a
small bolt of thin pongee silk being
brought to light. The men were Im
mediately placed under nrrest do
plto tho endeavor ot some of the Mon
golla oltlccrs lu an effort to square
matters with the customs Inspectors
Tho wharf wus ciowded with spec
tators whllo on board the ship were
little clusters of steamship men who
Notwithstanding that a general
search was made ot all persons con
nected with tho ship who essayed the
wharf, nothing further rowurded the
watrlifulness of the Inspectors,
Stackable's Busy Day.
Collector Stuckablo and his several
deputies had a .mad and merry time,
last evening and this morning. The
collector was, at thq whaif before
three o'clock this morning. Ho had
his men visit the bowelry of the Mon
golla and before tho Inspection nnd
research was concluded, the bilge
tanks worn pumped nut with tno ex
pectntion Hint wmo contraband opium
might bo found bccreted there Thu
force of day ami night Inspectors
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Solo Agents Mumm's Clmmpagno
( Sohlltz Boer
TINS OF DOPE
donned old clothes nnd poked Into nil
sorts of out of the way places on
board tho steamer. Armed with elec
tric search lights nnd a long iiotnted
Iron rod, the searchers did not trust
to luck but provided any packages
or pleco of baggage fuund In crew
and Asiatic steerage quarters Unit
gave promise of ittvoallng tho much
coveted Una of valuable drug.
It was when the vessel finally pull
ed away from tho wharf shortly nftor
ten this morning that a squad of ex
ceedingly tired customs men breathe.il
the first long drawn sigh ot relief and
then proceeded lo the customs houso
and turned over the Several tins of
dope that they found In the course of
Mongolia Believed Rich In Dope.
While not ndmltted by the Federal
officials it Is generally believed Unit
a tip had been received here that
largo quantities of opium had gone on
board the Mongolia while that vessel
lay at Hongkong . The local customs
were evidently disappointed In tho re
sult of the search as much more dope
wu9 expected to have mado its ap
pearance. The vessel sailed for the coast with
every stateroom holding three passen
gers. Down In tho second class, nine
teen cabin passengers wore furnish
ed sleeping acconi modal Ion. O110 hun
dred nnd twonty-flve steerage passen
gers embarked" at this port they con
sisting mainly of Portuguese with a
scattering of Spaniards and Porto Rl
cans. Forty saloon passengers An
ally secured accommodation In tho
liner. A large mall was forwarded to
the mainland' by'tlie vessel.
Mongolia Heavily' Loaded.
An officer connected with tho staff
of tho now wrecked Pacific Mall
stenmor Asia took down with a fever
on Wednesday night which aroused
tho suspicions of the Federal quaran
tine ofticlnla at Honolulu upon tho
arrival of tho lllier Mongolia on, the
port yesterday afternoon. As u result
a tempoi ary quarantine was Imposed
upon the ship and her passengers: un
til such time us Dr. Curl Ramus had
completed an investigation of tho
enso ot Illness. The presence of
smallpox nt Nagasaki, Japan, led tho
local medical staff to lake extraor
dinary precautions. The sickness
having been found unlnfectlous tho
ban was lilted enabling several hun
dred cabin passengers to leave the
ship before six o'clock.
The Mongolia arrived hero with ono
of tho largest lists of passengers In
her history. The vessel brought 1D2
passengers for Honolulu Including 7
cabin, 11 second cIsbs nnd 134 steer
age. Those traveling through Include
226 cabin, 5! second class and 222
AbIuIIu steerage. In addition to these,
Messrs. II. Ilnckfeld and Company,
the local agonts have provided trans
portation for forty cabin and 100
Tho Mongolia pulled away from
Alakca wharf at ton o'clock this
morning destined for San Francisco
with bIx hundred and fifty passengeis
Last night a swarm of stevedores
made quick work of nineteen hundred
tons general cargo comprising gun
nies, some shipments of tea und Ja
panese provisions. Tho wharf Is now
plied high with bulcs, bages and (bun
dles. Remaining In the vessel Is nearly
twelvo thousand tons Orlentnj mer
chandise and pioducts destined for
the mainland. This occasioned thu
Mongolia setting so deep In tho wat
er on uriivul that It was only by the
excrclso of much skill that Captain
Macjulay. tho pilot brought the ves
sel to the wharf without u serious do
lay through grounding on the fast
shoaling bottom of the harbor.
Among the through passengers
wore Mrs. Martin Ragan, wife ot a
newspaper correspondent; Mrs. Dley
and Mrs, Morgan, society women of
San Francisco; Judge McCabe, o
member of the bench of Manila;
Comte do la Uarre, a Frenchman on
n world tour; J. II, Keefe, u promin
ent architect of San Francisco; Rear
Admiral Stevens, well known In Ho
nolulu, and Mrs. Slovens; J, Slmcock,
a member of tho bureau of navigation
of tho Philippines for many years Is
en route to his homo In Minnesota.
Has Sword that Pierced the Hall.
Alex. Lyle, In charge of the local
marine railway prizes a section of n
"sword" that pierced tho bottom of
tho Inter-Island steamer W. (1, Hall.
Tho vessel was ininmcd by a sword
fish some weeks ago while steaming
from Garden Island ports to Hono
lulu. The Impact w'us sufficient to
bu plainly felt on board tho vessel
The Hnll was on the Marine railway
a few weeks ago and when nn exam
ination was made of the vessel's bot
tom a largo piece of the Bword with
which this species of deep sea fish Is
armed was broken off and kept as a
Rouvenlr. Captain Haglund ot the lu-ter-Islnnd
nls has n piece of tho
sword on display at his office.
Sugar Accumulates on Hawaii.
There is n goodly quantity of sugar
awaiting shipment at the several Ha
waii portB according to report brought
hero this morning by Purser Phil
lips of the steamer Manna Ken. The
consignments Include: Olaa 14,650;
WulnUeu 11,500; Hawaii Mill 3500;
Otiomca 8800; Pepeekeo 2200; Hono
mu fiSOO; Ilakalau 8700; I-aupahoehoo
24,000; Ookula C500; Kukaluu (D)
3228; Kulialaii (II) 43R; Hiimakuit
7000; Paauhuu 6000; Honokna 15,
000; Kukulhaelo 12,563; Punaliui 12,
077 nnd Honuapo 6217 sacks.
Japaneie Capture a Sword Fish.
A large sword iflsh measuring six
feet In length and weighing severul
hundred pounds was brought ashore
by Jnpaneao fishermen this morning.
The fish was landed at the Inter
Island wharf along about the same
time ob the passengers were leaving
tho steamer Mauna Kea. The fish
awakened much Interest along the
front. It required threo Japanese lo
carry the fish from the wharf to the
Spaniards Return from Kauai.
Sixteen Spaniards who have, been
working on Kauai sugar plantations
relumed to Honolulu this morning nn
passengers In the steamer Noeau.
They claim to have recolved better
Inducements to take up labor on the
mainland. The Noeau brought 4 cab
in and 16 deck passengers nnd a car
go including chickens, 37 Bucks uwn
root, 11 empty drums, 37 bundles of
hides, Cfi sacks rice paddy, 710 sacks
rice and 3010 sacks sugar. j,
According to reports brought by
the steamer Noeau this morning tho
following consignments of sugar la
awaiting shipment on Kauai; M. A.
IC. 21,272; Mcll. 28,923; K. K. II
4900; U P. 19,183; K. P. 4340; O. &
It. 4870; K. S. M. 400; M. S. Co. 23,
000; 0, F. 4719; K, S. Co. 40.
Lurllne Off for Island Ports.
To Island iiorts Including Kahulul,
the Matson Navigation steamer Lur
llne that arrived this morning, will be
dispatched nt live o'clock tomorrow
evonlng. Tho Luillue will tuko on
sugar nnd dlBchurgo general cargo ut
tho Maul iort.
Honolulan at the Coast.
The now Matson Navigation's char
tered steamer Honolulan that sailed
from Honolulu on May 12th arrived at
San Francisco yesterday morning.
This vessel carried forty cabin pas
sengers, 7800 tons sugar und general
cargo and n quantity of mall.
Falli of Clyde Off the Port.
Fourteen days from Oavlota with n
full shipment of fuel oil the American
oil tnnker Falls of Clyde was off tho
port this morning nnd was expected
to be brought Inside the harbor and
to railway wharf this aflurnoon.
Carried Away Much 8ugar.
Tho American-Hawaiian freighter
Arlzonau arriving at Illlo on last
Tuesday and sailing for Sallna Cruz
tho following day carried away twelve
thousand tons sugar for transhipment
at the Isthmus. t ,
Tho American sclioner Tlnreulls Is
reported as still discharging a ship
ment of Australian coal nt Mahukona
The vessel was passed by tho steam
er Mauna Kea yesterduy.
The local agency for the Oceanic
Steamship Company has been advised
that tho liner Sierra sailed from Sun
Francisco nt ono o'clock today with
destination as Honolulu.
PA88ENQERS DEPARTED. 1
Per P. M. 8. 8. Mongolia, for Sail
FranclBco, May 20 Mrs. C. P. Ltbby,
Miss Ilurrows, Miss N. S. Irwin, Mr.
und Mrs, Chas. Mills, H. R. lluth, J. V,
(I ray, Mrs, C. U llanfonl, Curl Iter
fried, Mr und Mrs. Uietall, Mr.Johu-
Miss Johnson, f A. Richmond, (I.
M. Furnswoilh, Mrs, Knriiswurlh, V
Miyamoto, .1. I'rlnule, John )lk, Ml
Hcuddur, IC, Wiley, Mrs. M. Huwell,
Mrs. I Thwlng, MUh TIivvIiik, II. II
(Continued on Page 7)
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I PA8SENOERS ARRIVED
Per P. M. a. S. Mongolia from Ma
nllu. Hongkdng nnd Japan ports For
Honolulu: Wm. Hrune, Miss I K.
Ilascom, I)r. J. O, Klug, Miss K. M.
Sullivan, A. Swnsey, Mrs. A. Swa
sey. Through Miss 0. Abcrnathy,
Mrs. P. Arbuckle, Miss Kdlth Arbuc
kle, II. H, Herg, Mrs. J. llley. Rev. O.
W. Ilrlggs, MrB, a. W. Rrlggs nnd 2
children. Miss II. K. llurdctto. I). W
Caldwell, Mrs. I). W. Caldwell, W.
Campbell, A. R. Chenoweth, Master
Chen Ilorg Hlng, Chen Kwnl, Mastoi
dal Kwal Yow. A. a. Clark, Mrs. A.
0. Clark, Mrs. F. Clark, Miss 1L
Clark, chas. P. Clark, Mrs. C. A.
Clark, Miss A. Clark, Mrs. C. A.
Crawford, Mrs. A. I Davis and child,
J. M. Davis, Mrs. J. M., n-.iY.ls nud
two children, Mrs. Dong Shoo
nud Infant, J. II. TCmpson, Mrs. J. II.
Kmpsou, Oscar Ems, Miss S. Fnlk, W.
A. Farmer, Mrs, I. Fleming, Mrs. M.
U Olrton, Miss II. Orosjean, I,. Hall
ward, Mrs. L. Hallward, T. B. Honly,
Miss 11. Hodstrom, C. A. Hendry, Sirs.
M. Hogan, Rev. W. H. Hudson, Mrs.
W. II. Hudson, George Hudson, David
Hudson, Miss Irene Hudson, Master
Louis Hudson, Miss Maud Hudson,
Master Wnddy Hudson, Miss Annlo
Hudson, M. II. Hunt, Miss Nellie
Johnson, Miss M. A. Kenny, A. V.
Klnslor, Mrs. A. V. Klnsler, Miss (1.
U Klnsler, Muster Thos, Klnsler,
Miss Mary Klnslor, IC, J. Lane, B. Lo
Due, Mrs. Lockhead and 2 daughtcis.
Miss S. M. Lewis, 1). W. Lone, Dr.
It. II. Longdnle, Mrs. R. II. Long
dale, Win. Martin, Mlsg O. II. Mur
tlu. Judge A. B. McCabe, Mrs. A. B.
McCabe, Hov. J. S. McKay. Mrs. J. 8.
McKay, W IC. McMuhon, Mrs. Helen
Morgan, L. A. Morgan, Mrs. L, A.
Morgan nnd child, Hugh Moran, Mrs.
IC. II, Murray, Miss 11. OlUor, Dr. K.
Ostorhaus, Rev. A. A. Parker, R. U.
Poton, Rev. II. W. Provence, Mrs. II.
W. Provence nnd 2 children, Dr. T.
Ruudren, II. D. Schrnnlz, Mrs. D. II,
Schrautz and 2 chlldien, C. Shaw,
Mrs. C. Shaw Mrs. L. A. Shuman, J.
Slmcock, W. ,C Sirrague, Mrs. W. 'C.
Spragiid, Frank D. Taylor, Mrs. Frank
B. Taylor, Harold Taylor, Mcb. M. I
Thompson, S. W. Thompson. Alex.
Young, Mrs. Alex. Young. Mrs. Ah
rens, J. D. Altkcns, S. Altkens, D. Q.
Alsop,- Mrs. D. CS. Alsop, Mrs. Mnudo
K. Altberger, Comte de la llarre, Rev
John O. llawn, Mrs. John CI, llawn.
Mrs. C. 13. Beans, Miss Beans, W. It.
Bllycw, F. W. Bobbett. Mrs. F. W.
Bobbctt, John II. Browning, Mrs, John
II. Drowning, II. Campbell, Mlsg N. do
Castro, Mrs, I,. Clarke, MIbs Frances
Clarke, J. Dean, a. T. Dexter, James
T. Du-Bols, Mrs, James T. Du-Hols,
Mrs. Martin Eagan, W, C. Erdinan
Mrs, W. C Erdman and 2 children
Mrs, F. Fawcll, R, W. Ioloy, P, Fw
scr, Mis. P. Frnser, Dr. O. 0, French, iin, a good place for tho now post, and
Capt. II. Onukroger, J. C. Onylord, i it Is more than likely that If thctrus
Mlss N. (loodwln. Mrs. C. J. doff. MlssWs loam tliut a largo force of men
F. Hawthorne, J. Hill, C, V. Hopkins, Is to bo stationed ut the proposed post,
und servant, Mrs. O, A. Hox6lt, Mrs,, opposition to Its locution on thu nr
J. W. Hugiis, F. B. Jngo, Mrs. F. E. mory site will develop.
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
Jngo, Wilbur C. Johnson, J. II. Keefe,
Mrs. J. II. rieefe and son, L. A. V.
Klmberley, Mrs, L. A, V. Klmberlcy,
C. U Low, S. C. Leo, Mrs. .1. W.
I.lghtbody, Miss 9. W. I.lpplncott,
Mrs. H. II Llttlo, H. C. Mngce, Jean
Mttiquant, Bishop W, F, McDowell.
Mrs. W F. McDowell, F. Merslts, K.
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Miss Clara Hllcy, E. Rodo, Mrs. E.
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Mrs. R. S. Sinclair, Miss M. Slter, W.
Skeels, Mrs. W. 8keels, Mrs. A.
Sprnguo. John Stenhnry, Mrs. John
Stonbury, Hear Admiral T. II. Slo
vens, U. S. N., Mrs. T. H. Slovens,
Mrs. E. V. Stoddard, Mrs. F. R. Stry
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A. D. Thuyor, Dr. Slgmund Thlbold,
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nock, A. Q, Wassenlch, Miss Wente,
Miss Eva E, Wilkinson, Mrs. L. R.
Wllllnghnm. Miss E. Wllllngham, Ed.
M. Wlstnr, Mrs. Ed. M. Wlstar, II.
Wootou, A. C. Wood, Mrs. J. E. Worth.
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Wm. Jnnsen, E. F. Jones, MIbs Agnes
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nny stnnd In the matter. Mr. Spalding
mild, "It would bo highly presumptuous
for us to make suggestions to the War
Department ut this time. Undoubtedly
It Is doing what It Is for thu defense
of the Inlund,"
Mr. Wuldron drew nil analogy from
tho procedure of European govern
ments. "1 don't think tho British or
Herman governments would pay nny
attention to wlmt u chamber of com
merce thought about it post site," ho
said. "I seo no reason for this body
to inako nny suggestions."
Kuhlo Frees Mind.
, When Delegate Kuhlo was called
upon, ho took occanlun to ileclaro Ha
waii part of the United States, not part
of n British or Merman government.
"This certainly Is Honieflilng In which
tho people nro vitally Interested, nnd
tho people of the United Rtntes nro
grenter than the War Department," 'ho
said "This Is purt of the plan of
American government to give tho peo
ple u chunce to my what they want
through their representatives. I think
It highly proper for this body lo voloo
Its view. Wo are not under RrltUh or
Uermun government. T
"Personally, I see no good reason for
the clnnge from Lcllehua, but, on the
other bund, I know of no reason to ob
ject to It. However, you Khould make
your sentiments known, so we can
make our fight against litis bill In tho
House If you want It opposed."
Then followed a good denl of general
discussion on the advisability of having
the post on the armory site. Without
ut nil disparaging the American troops,
.several members felt that tho armory
site Is too small und too close to tho
center of Honolulu for housing a big
Action was deferred until more de
tails nro seemed. Robert Cutton sug
nested that near Fort Shnftcr would