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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, AUG. 14, 1911.
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Weekly Calendar
MONDAY!
Honolulu l.mtgp
TUE8DAY: Sliiliil.
WCDNE3DAY!
Hawaiian Lodge l'irt
Hccn -.
THUIBDAY:
Honolulu Chapter, It. V. M,
ltftfiil.tr 5 i. in.
FRIDAY:
Oceanic Lodge Third III
gr i'.
SATURDAY:
Harmony t'h.iplir. o. I,
(I. i:. S. ltigulnr.
Al rliltlng member of tke
Order ara. cordially Invited to
attend meeting! of local lod(M
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
Mondays of
each month
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
If ! V
Minx cnoinccria .., aio
EKEFtClAL ASIATIOIL elation, cor.
lially invited.
AWAHAN TBIB,Ko. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Hiiti erery flrst and third Thure
Ian of uch laonth at Kntghti of
Pytnlaa Hall. V:ltlrj(T brother! tor
Hal I r Invited to attend.
W. J. ltOHINSON, Sachem.
11 V. TODD, C. of It.
I0N0LULU LODGE, 618. B. F. 0. Z.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61, B. P. 0.
Ike. meeta in their hall, on King
treet. near Fort, every Friday eve
alnf. Visiting Drothera are eordlalljr
tavlted to attend.
n i' it iskniikro, n. n.
aim t Ki.t;i:ai:i.. sec
WM. XcKINIEY LODGE, NO. 8,
K.otP.
Meece every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and llerotaula. V lett
ing brother! eordlalljr luvKed to at
lend.
F. T. KIMICT, R. C.
K. A. JACOUSON. K. R. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets ever) lift nnd llilnl Frlili' nt
7 .! oMiii I., r I In in II ill i-nriHi- Hire
laid i ami I ort --iriMi-. Mulling broth
ers cordlall) h'v ' d '" uttoml
R in"' K'.lt, t
I) HITS!!, K of 1U& ft
HONOLULU AERIC 1-10, F. O E.
JK'ts mi eecoiul unil fourth Wednis
tla. viilbg of inch imintli nt 7:30
ii'ilmk, III S.i 1 1 Aiilnuii. Hull., Vlnonnl
Mreil. limr P.iniiii VliltlliK lilolhei
lire Invllnl tii nil 'lid. y
li:o A DAVIS, W. P.
W.M l M'COY, Bt-cy.
A. BLQM,
Importer Fort St
I
The LEADER
CLOTHIER8
Fort Street Near Btretenl
MILTON & PARSONS
I,bu rAluH ay Lurttna STREET
and DRESS HATS al the latest Irf
OSTRICH BANDS and TRIMMINa
Hotel SU opp. Young Phone 3088
Mrsv S. F. Zeave,
Temporarily closed while away on
buying trip. Open again In September.
68 Young Building
ADVANCE SHOWING OF
AUTIJMNJATS
MISS POWER'S PARLORS
Botton Block
MADEIRA EMBROIDERY
ASSORTED RIBBONS
" EVENING GLOVES
MISS WOODARD'S,
Fort 8treet
K. IYEDA
1027 Nuuanu Street
HOLIDAY SALE
BEGINNING JUNE 3
All the Hats at Reasonable Prices
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PERSONALITIES
T IIAWMN'K Id booked for llio
Wlllulmliiii, sailing: next Wednesday
iti'i'iti:rti:NTAiivi: i 11. conijy.
of Knuul, Is In tlu- oily lie will leave
m Hie W (I Hall tonight,
Jl'Dtli: WIII'1M:V, who tins been
down nt Mokuleln, Wulluii, will tint bo
hack ngnln until Saturday next.
11 F MACKWUIX, of Uulutli. lias
ictiiincil to llio Const nfior spending
pnrt of n Mication nip In Uio islands
0. A Sl.'ANTp.W of tbu Kiitiimkl
Kind Company, Is booked to sail for
tbu Coast oi n business, trip next
Wednesday.
COMMANDS 11AY11S of the gun
boat Princeton called on Governor
KiV.tr till morning. The Governor
will return the tall touioirow niorn
IllB lUDOi: SULLIVAN, n police mngls-
tintu of Han rrtinclHui, was enter
tnlncd with a launch part) to l'eurl
Huibor jestenlay by local police of
ficials J. J. DOWI.INO, manager of the Ha
waii Preserving Company, who Is
seriously 111 at his home, was reported
slight!) better today He Is utteiided
by Dr. Straub.
DU 1NAZO NITOIli:, principal of
tho Klrst High School and, uuthor of
several books, has been called to thu
United Stales as "exchange profes
sor" nt six universities, and will pass
tluough this port In October on his
way to the mainland.
O STODAUT, former mnnngcr
of Mellrvdo plantation, and his fam
llv, wilt leave tomorrow on the
Marama for ScoUand, where they will
rtmalii for somo time. Their future
movements depend largely on tho
state of Mrs Stodart's health, which
has been pivcarlous.
LOCAL AND 'GENERAL
Alice K. Kin denies thu allegations
brought against her by Abel Kin In
the case for dlvorco which wns lllcd
last week.
The following divorces wero grant
ed this morning; Suekttchl TsuJI
from Mnsu)o TsuJI, nnd Deborah
Kane, fiom Joseph Kane.
Jose Don P. ltodrlgues lias discon
tinued his uisu against thu Portuguese
sodity. The papers were tiled this
morning
'I ho hearing of tho enso In which
K Matsuinoto ami K. N'agntn uru in
volved over the foteclosure of n mort
gage has been het far hearing to Prl-
lay luornlug.ut tcD oclocK.
Susan IC Flint wad denied alimony
Hill morning from her husband.
Hairy W. Flint,, pending tho time be
foro thu hearing of tho suit for dl
voice which' jiho Is bringing beforn
tlio court. ,
Lucns DrotherB tiled nn answer this
morning 'In thi'lr case against Mollln
12!"l(ustiico nnd J. it. Davis Tho lat
ter brought plea of non-suit and tho
PIiiIiiUITh have, tiled an answer In this.
Thu whole. of. tlio c.isn cuuti-ra nrouud
two points tu the lontnitt which slate
Unit plaintiffs had to liny their lumber
fi urn ti cm lain 111 in nnd nisei that tho
defend. nils would not bo responsible
for llio m mints of any hiiu-ioii-
tinctors.
NOT LACK MONEY
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Fneclil Uiiltottn Corn nuiudi nee.)
WASHINGTON, I). C. Aug. 1. Tlio
land being raised by organized labor
for the dcteiiso of tlio McNain.ira
brotheis, McMimlgnl and others
charged with tlio dnamttu outrages
at I.ns Angeles will fur surpass any
collection heretofore taken for n sim
ilar puniose. It Is Intended to rulso
(oOO.UOO and expend It all, If neccs
tury. A small tier capita sum wiw
assessed upuu all those belonging to
labor organizations hut it was not ex
pected tho agirrcgato sum dcsliud
would bo half a million dollars. This
Is considered enormous by tboso who
aio furnishing tho funds nml sopio
llttlo dissatisfaction is expressed by
the rank nnd nip. They contend that
Eiich nn outlay Is not required for
legal seivlces and othor accessories
to the coming trials.
KILO'S SCHEME
Governor rrcar has answered the
petition of tho Illlo Tolks for 2000
ucres near tlio own to bo hot aside
for building lots tu a favorablo way,
Ho wroto them Inst week Idling them
that the idea struck him ns being
good but that ho was not quite cer
tain of what land they wanted.
llu Is sending n map down by tho
mail tomnriovv for them to inuik JukI,
exactly whuio tho picco of laud Is
Hint they wulit. "I thought," ho said
this Dunning, Hint I knew just where
the land was but n gentlontcji I was
talking to nlxjiit tlio question seemed
Just ns coitaiu ns. I was Uiat, It was
nuotlior plcop, go I am going to find
nut for certain,"
IllllD, ,
IlipNJUS At, Wlepbadcn, Germany,
Aug H, l'JII, Ilelnrich ltenjes,
aged 5G )eais.
FREAR APPROVES
Furniture and
City Transfer Co.
JAS. . LOVE
riAMAIil
, $hipying
MISSOURIANCARGOARRE;
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN FREIGHTER SAILED FROM SEAT
TLE FOR HONOLULU-YESTERDAY. GUNBOAT PRINCE
TQ,N DEPARTING FOfl THE .'SOUTH 'SEAS, BY LAST OF
WEEK. 'SUNDAY A BUSY- DAY IN,' LOCAL SHIPPING.
A lire believed to have had Its orig
in through spontaneous combustion
on board tho American-Hawaiian
freighter Mlssourlnn, caused much
concern to' local shippers when news
of the trouble was circulated about
tho local waterfront Sunday morning.
TrrtJ, Mlssourlnn was discharging
cargo nt San Francisco nt the time
tho lire was discovered In hold number
3. It Is reported that thu blaze wns
discovered beforo It had, made great
headway and it call for. the San Fran
cisco tiro department brought Imme
diate assistance.
The Mlssourlnn is understood to
have sailed from Seattle for Honolulu
yesterday morula with several
thousand tons of general cargo for
tho Hawaiian Islands. A large
amount of tho Honolulu freight Is
merchandise, which was, loaded Into
the American-Hawaiian freighters at
Now York and then transshipped
across tho isthmus of Tchuiintepec to
awaiting freighters at Sullnu Cm?.
From reports which ifavo reached '
this city the lire on board tho Mls
sourlnn, duo to urrlvo hero on next
Saturday or Sunday, was confined to
some bales of twliio and rolls of
curjict lining. The llionieii'vvero pro-
VIUOU Willi ClieilllL'UI HIIHKUinii-in
that proved a ready means of extin
guishing the nro.
Ml
Band Will Play Wllhelmlna Off.
Tlio Territorial band will be present
nt Mntson wharf to assist In the, fare
well, of' tho steamship WIltKlmliU
which1 Is scheduled lo depart tor Man
Kinnclsco nt ten o'clock on Wednes
day morning. AUlhu olllco of Castle
& Cooke lino hundred and ten cabin
passengers h.ivo itlgullled their Inton
Hon of InMujr up accommodation.
There Is jet loom for u. suiio or moio
I.eiKiiiis should tiny apply for turns
IMirtntlun 'the Wllhelmliiii will bo
given an iimi'ii illy I irgo thlpmnnt ol
canned pineapplis jimoiinting to :i", oud
cases Tho vosfoI has ucelved 3Ji)d
tons sugar at Illlo and Honolulu. The
freight list also Includes BiiUD hunches
bananas and about fiun sacks iio
Twentj-flvo stceiago passcngi is hive
been booked, they being for the most
part Poilugiiesc.
May Add Turblners.
Ulto flics of coast newspipcrfl con
talu a reiteration or slnltiiiiMils made
In tho columns of Tho II ill lot In
to tho effect Unit tho Ameilc.iu-llu-wnllan
Hno may add several fast tur-
bluorH to tlio Meet. These vismIs
will bo able to cover llio voj.igo fiom
Now York lo San rianclsco, via tho
Panama Canal In a llttlo less than
fourteen dajs. As ici minted In tl0
columns of this paper some weeks
ngo, tho American-Hawaiian h.is nc
qulicd tho Atlantic Trausisirt frtlght
or Mnssnchiisetts, which will bo con
veiled Into an oil biiincr. Two tur-
blneiH .no now planned to bo read)
for set vice villi thu opening of thu
canal. Other tonnage may bo fie
cuied by tho company In order to
ncconimodnto tho Increasing business
offered the freighters.
Klnau Here With Varied Cargo
Tho Inter-Island steamer Klnau Is
to bo dispatched for Kauai ports nt
five o'clock, on Tuesday evening, lalt'
Ing extcnslvo shipments of fertlll.ov
and lumber, us well as a gonernl line
of plantation suuplles. Quite a list
of cabin passengers hao booked at
the local office. Tho vessel was. an
early oi rival cttciday morning
bringing fifty-nine cabin and 138
deck passengors,- and In addition tlio
following Items of cargo: 2tV2 bales
of wool, 250 head of Bhecp, 15! bags
Uio, 40 lugs lice, 35 pes. hides. 21
empty ciudu oil drums, 15 emptv
wlno li.irri.la, 3Q emjily beer baiicls.on hand nt (laiden Island ipits
'
W.C. Peacock CoM Lid,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Piano Movers
Phone 1281
BELIEVED SLIliHT
30 cases of cardboard, 3 pigs, 1 dog,
1 turtle, fi bags sweet potatoes, 3
crntos chickens, 23 elates nlllgulpr
pears nnd ISO packages sundries.
Chlyo Maru and Dr. Jordan Tomorrow
Morning
llrlnglng Dr. David Starr Jonlnn of
Stanford University who Is en route
to Japan ,lu the. luteiesls of tho In
ternutlotial Peace roiiudatlou of which
ho Is ono of tiTc chief illiectois. Ilia
Toyn Klami Knlsha liner Chl)o Mam
Is reported hv wlicless as steaming
towards Honolulu and should bo olf
tho quarantine nt nine o'clock tumor'
low morning. Tho Chljo .Maru will
ho detained hero until oaily Wednes
day morning bcfniu being dispatched
for tho Orient In order that tho ills
linguist! educator m.iv ho given nn
opportunity to deliver nu nddiess In
this city.
ra
Honolulan Mired, Delayed Sailing.
A crowd gathered at the waterfront
on Sunday morning and witnessed tho
efforts uiado to get the Mutsnn Navi
gation steamship Jlouoliilau fiom off
r. mud bank as thai vensel attempted
to negotiate tho Malum whaif Tho
htenmor was uiiiinlng fiom Illlo and
Kiihulul and had a shipment of 5100
tons sugar besides kuiiiu 500i) cat'"
o canned pineapples taken oil at Ka-
li nl nt. After an hour or uioic spent
In maneuvering tho Hiiuoliilaii mado
llio wharf but tho delaj wus sutlb
eient to prevent the stealuer from dc'
narlliig for Han rrunclsiu until cloven
o'clock. The Mntson lluPr sailed vvllli
H cabin passengers. While no bind
lent lis pirscnro nt the wharf, tho
ilcparliijo was nevertheless an mil
m ilt d one.
Polo Players Return to Kauai.
'I lie iiassengurs to depai t for Kuril
IKiitii In thu steamer W. 0. Hull Ibis
evening will Includo tho IUio hrnlhero
who have been participating in tho
polo tuiirnaiumiL Tliey uro booked
for a round trip In tho Hall mid will
Ijo hick lieio early on Wednosdav
inoinliig Tho Hull Is to sail at five
o'clock tonight from Manna l-oi
wb.iif Tho steamer mado n special
trip to this poit In order Unit n puty
of cvciiislonlsts might wllucss the
opening g.imo In tho series of iolo
in.it dies
Iced Flth for Coast Ports.
A new feitmo In tho Balninn Indus
tij Is plannoil by tho Alaska Packers'
Ahnid.it Ion, which controls ucaily all
tho (ii)n ties i.loug tho slicnes of
Alaska, This Is to bilng'the llsli to
San 1'i.iiicImo on Ice. Tho exnert
meat will bo tiled on th,o schmincr
fit Ilia Nelson, Captain Jneobsnp,
which sailed fiom that port on July
15 for llio station at, Kodlak. Willi u
liberal usn of Ico, wblfli la cheaply
uvall.tblo In tho North, it Is hoped to
bring a culgo of fresh salmon In good
condition.
Ha
Hllonlan Sailed from Seattle.
With cargo tnke'n on nt San Fran
Cisco and Seattlo, tho Matsou Navl
gallon steamer Hllonlan, Caiitaln I'e
teisou, nailed from Puget Sound ports
ini Saturday fur Honolulu and accord
Ing to calculations of her agents, tho
llttlo vessel should arrive hero on
next Sunday or Monday. Theic Is a
cnnsldejjhlu iVtnnunt of sugar await'
lug shlpiuciit tu tho coast by the Illlo
nl.1nr -
Much Sugar at Makavyell.
.Makaucll planUitlon warehouses
contain u large quantity of sugar
awaiting shipment to the coast ro
llneilis. Piirfcor Kent pf tho Btonincr
Klu nu ni riving from Kauai ports ei
tenia) lepmts tlio following sugar
K
. jy
S. M,T.,7nnl Mnk. Bfi,04, O. & II. K'n, f
Melt. 15,415, K. K. 11 4,480. K. 1
11,0112, M. C. Co. n.opo, K. S. Co. 2,500,
U P. 15,815, (I. F. ,1,414.
R4
San Franclico Jurist Visits Pearl Har.
bor.
Judge J. J, .Sullivan, n vvpll known
Sin I'rnnelsco Juilst wns the guest of
honor at n small coterie of Honolulu
plllclnls who" under tho able guldanco
of Cnptnlu H) ilc, boarded the Mntson
Navigation tug Intrepid cstordo,v
mpinliii; imd sallpd for L'carl, Haibor
lochs, where llio day was delightfully
spent In "visiting tho many pjlnts of
intcrost to be found there. Tho party
called at tho naval base now under
construction nnd mado nn Inspection
of work being dono on the dry dock
ns well ns tho now buildings now
healing completion. Ijiter In tho dnv
tho Inticphl steamed ovor to isirtlou
of tho harbor near tho Pcnlusul'i
homo of Colonel Samuel Parker. IIuio
n tempting lunch wns served.
Among thoso who onjojed tho trip
vveio Joseph Stevens, Sheriff William
Jnrrctt, Chief of Detectives Arthur
McDullle, Deputy fiheillt Charles
Itoso, Judgo .1. .1 aulllvnn nnd Captain
11) do.
Plantation Laborers Return to City
Life.
With the ni rival of tho Inter-Island
steamer Mlkahni.i from Molokal and
Maul ports op Riinduy morning Uioro
enmo Mimo thirty Spaniards, Purtu
giicso, Japanese nnd other plantation
laboiois who picsumnbly Intend to
tnko up other lines of employment
here or later on tho coast. Tho In
ter-Island steamer brought freight In
eluding 2 nutos, 20 cords tiro wood, u
qinntlty of empties, 50 hogs, 107
Backs com, 10 crates eggs, 15 prates
chickens and 177 pickages sundries.
Tho vessel Is to be dlspitched on 1
return trip to the Island lmrts at live
o clock tomorrow' evening.
Marama Due at Noon Tomorrow.
Operating under n now and faster
schedule which Includes a call nt Now
Zealand and eliminating Ililsbjnp ns
n port of call tho Canadian-Australian
liner Mninma from Australian liorls
Is duo to arrive, at Honolulu nt noon
tomoirow. Tho vessel Is slated for
ills pi teh for Vlrlml.i and Vancouver
at seven o'clock In Ibo evening. Tho
steamei bus accommodation for fifty
p.isscngcis In tho unions classes and
about tills number will lako put suite
from Honolulu.
Ks
Big Shipment of Honey.
Ihcia has been u derided move
ment In honey from oilier Island ports
to Honolulu whcio this commodity Is
IrnnchlppPil tu vessels departing for
thu malnlind. Tho Ititcr-Islnnd steain
eii lwalanl nu unlvul at tho port on
Sunday loft ouo bundled and fifty
rases pf honpy 111 iiildlltnn to 5000
hacks sugar and 25 head cattle. Tto
lwalanl wus an arrival from Mnhu
kon.i and Hawaii ports of call. The
olllceis leport n pleasant trip.
Empty Drums from Kau.il.
Tho Kiiistanl accumulation of emp'.j'
drums at Honolulu has been augment
ed by tho receipt of u number fiom
Knuil which arilved nt the, lsut on
Sund.i) ns Hilt of tlio Height list of
the steamer Noc.iu. Tho Iiiler-lsl.iu 1
rleamer illumed to iiort with ."500
racks sugar. Tlio Nue.ui Is now on
tho beilh lo dcpuit foi Garden lsl mil
IKiils nt llvo o'clock on Tuesday ov oil
ing.
Fertilizer for Other Islands,
Tho Maun.i Ke.i depaitlng for Illlo
and way ports at ten o'tluck tomnr
iovv illuming will take among othpi
lines of c.ugo thill) tons feitlllei.
'llio steamer Klnau which will sail
for Kauai ports nt llvo o'clock that
nfloinoon will bo supplied with 1-0
tons feitlllcr as well ns shipments of
lumber and coal.
Tho carg-j Ib pi.ictlc.illy out of tho
Gorman ship Alexander Ispubcrg and
that vessel will go over to quai. inline
wharf tomonow for u thoioiigh fumi
gation beforo piocccdlng to the North
l'nclflc coast foi cm go for Kuiope.
Tho vessol lias been discharging ce
ment, flicbtick and pig lion nt Ulsbop
wliarf. I
Six thousand sacks of sugar io
mains nt Papalknu wai chouses ne
on ding to lepoit biouglit lo this city
on Suiiduy by ollliors in tho Inter
Isliind sleainer Maul. This vossel re
turned to iort vvltli 11,000 sacks sug
ar, and sevonty-llvo head cuttlo on
deck. Tho Maul also gallioiod cargo
at Illlo.
Captain Tied II. Sanders, for tvvon-ty-ftvo
)ears engnged In lunritlme
trade between San I'rnnelsco and Pu
gi t Sound ports, and former master'
of the schoonor Sopjilo Chilstensen
and of' tho steamer 'I)ho Oi lent, died
nt Sail l'lanclsci) of diabetes nt thu
ago of 54. Ilo was a native of (lei
ninny.
Itoso All Lcoiig was gi anted a dl
voue fioni her husband, John K. Ah
'U'ong. tills luoiiilug on tho giounds
of nou Biipiiort.
Mis. Sarah K. Mossm m has been
uppoluteil giinidlnu of hei phildieii
Sarili, Tom, Plll.ui! and Mnlllo Moss,
man llio rhildien havo piopeity or
llieli own light.
Judgo W. J. Itobliison tills moinlug
oidoit'd that process of tho ill voice
suit biouglit by Chilstlui Martluo
against Iguntio Mai linn bo mado bj
publication. I.lbclleo cannot ho found
4-
PASSENGERS ARRIVF.D
1
Per simr, Mlknhala from Maul ami
Molokal ports Miss M, Sato, Miss
Hoe. Miss Puriotl, C. II. Ilrowu, Miss
Angell, Mrs. Snllftii, I,, p.ilcn, M,iss
A. 1' Johnson, Miss Wlune, J. Aim so
C. II. Cooke, W. 1.0VO, Mrs. Handeu,
Miss 0. liiya, Mis. Nuvlu nnd III deck.
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PASSENGERS BOOKED,
Per sltnr. Mnuiin Kea, for Illlo vli
way polls, Aug. 10. A. I.owls, Ilev.
Ault, Prof, r, 11. Smltn, Miss Helen
Cnthcart, Miss M, Dutru, Miss M. II
Davis, Miss It. II. Kiler, Miss I). Hall
Mrs. M. Chcthum, Mis, J Mngoon, II,
Husher, J. S, Vleirn, C. Castlcmun, J,
Monsarrat, It. Sinclair, Miss M, Uko
Ka, Miss I- Yates, J. Davison, J. A,
Peiicldn, II. Vlvkers, II. C. Wnldroti,
II, A, Peterson, Mrs. H. S. lluirls,
Mrs, A, .Nelson, Mm. V. II. Shuuks,
-
Mis. i:. Ilanoberg, P. W llliielt, It. J.
I.lllio, II. A. Jaeger, M. McCliinalian
Mrs. I'. P. Iiiw, Mrs. Jones, Miss
Jones, W, M. (ilfford, J. W. Wnldion,
Allsrt Wnldmn. C. W. Kt.nl, Mis. Kent
P. II. Lniigdon, I.. W. Knight, II. Wll
lard, MrB. Wlllnnl, Miss Mary Wig-
Bins, Mrs. II. W. ! Incite, IL. U. Moid,
W. II. Hunting, T. Osakl, Mrs. G,
Maker.
Per, stmr Klnau for Knual pprtg
Aug. 15 I). I,. Austin, O. Do li
Vorgne, II. K. Lclund, 11. S. Simpson,
Mrs. Sliniison, Miss Mumford, Mlsi
HstoIIo Iloe, P. I.. Ilorno, Hev. I)
Scuddcr, Itev. It. 11. Doilgu, Hev. It, R,
Smith, Miss Yale", Mis. K. Yntes, Mis
J. Johnson, A. T, Spero, Mrs. 8icie,
I'athcr Ilerinan, M. Osakl.
Per stmr. ClKiiilIno, for Hawaii via
Maul ports, Aug. 1S.-J-J, V.. Iliuhes.
Per stmr. Mlknhala, for Maul, Mo
Iok.il poits, Aug. 15. Mrs. P. J. Mo
uolinn, Miss, Alexander, 1- Quotig Sou,
Miss J. Shaw, Mis. K. Peterson, Miss
Hendry, Mis. Iliiinc,
Per stmr. W. O. Unit, for Knu,il
liorls, Aug. 14. W. Pfotcnhauer, W
1J, Hlco, C. A. Illcc, A. II. Itlce, C.
W. Spitz.
Per stmr. Mnuun Ii,i, for Kona niid
Knil polls Aug. IS. i:. (1. Allen. Mrs.
Allen, Miss I.uc) Il.ulier, Mrs. Uiu
Chew, Mr and Mis. Ilodel, W. 11.
Clnik, Il.sr. Mingles, Miss I Meln
ecko. Miss It. Illiiil, It. Pnilh, Mrr,
J A. Mngoon, Mrs. Moller, M. Mid
ler. CUPID CAPTAIN
Tho Wllhelmlna was captained b
D.iii Cupid on her last trip down
here, uccoidlng to tho San Francisco
Hxniuliicr, wlilili piiblislies thu fol
lowing: ,
Altlinugh Captain Peter Johnson
was on thu bridge of tho liner Welhol
nilna when that vessel nulled for Ho
nolulu jesleid.iy noon, his euiuinund
was only nomlmil, fur tho re.il skip
per was noun other than llttlo Dan
Cupid. '
This because Uio Wllhelmlna was
luden with iiovvlyweds, who are Jour
neying to sunny Hawaii,, whuio they
will Idle away thu early weeks of
their m.irrlid existence.
Of the twelve married collides
aboard tho stunner, six weio houey
inuoiicis. They wero Mr. nnd Mis. O.
K: Ilulnbridgp, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Ilos
vvorth of l'.l Paso, Mr. nnd Mis. M. T.
CI egg of this city, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
uel C Haver of ltedoudo, Mr. mid Mrs.
i. : llcthuilngloii of I.oh Angeles.
ami Mr. and Mis. 1 F. Wright.
'I tin celebration of tho numerous
fi lends of tlio lirld.il (oiiples who
Hoi ked to tho Mntson dock at least nu
houi before the steamei- sailed pioved
u utirpilKC to Boirio of the honeymoon
couples who had nrinngcd to leave
quietly,
About live hundred young people,
cadi provided wlUi rico and old shoes
to tluow nt the brides, and cow bells
and horiiH as noiso providers, greeted
each touplo as they whirled up to tho
dock entrance In tuxl cabs.
WEATHER PAY
Local Olllco, U. S. Weather, Young
lliilldlng.
Tempci.ituies. fi a, in, 75; 8 a. in..
77; 10 u m., 77; noon, 79; moinlug
minimum, 75
Harometer, 8 a. in, 30 01; absolute,
humidity, S ns in., 7.372 grains pel
cubic fool; lolntlvu humidity, S n. ii ,
71 por cent; dnvv point, 8 a, in, 08,
Wind. (! a. in, velocity 7, dliectlou
N; 8 n. in , velocity 6, direction NU;
10 n m velocity 5, direction Uj noon
velocity 14, dlioctiofi B.
Ituliifnil dining 24 houiB ended S
n. in , 1 Inch.
Total wind movement diirln g 21
bonis ended at, boon, lb.1 miles.
POLICE COURT NOTES.
John Duirl was uricsted this moin
lug il tho stofk )uh1b for assiult and
butteiy,
llu irt It seems got lu nn nigumoift
wllh u Chinaman ami liouhlo losull
Pd l)u. nt got hold of n largo club
beating tho Chinaman over the head,
splitting tho scalp in sevoial placed
until ho wuh fluall) overpowcicd.
Hong Kill); was aiiesled mid pi ic
ed In u cell, ponding an Investigation
us lo his sanity,
e e
r-BULLETIN ADS PAY
( im)
A Rare Achievement
A millionaire could cmnmind nn bet-
l snioku thin n Van Dck "Qualll)"
Ciar. Nlit If be owned Cuba's choicest
plantation and had his ilk.ira mado to
ordu, on tbu gi on lid.
For wo get Uio choicest selections
from AM, Cllbl's lilnntiitlnnn. Ami In
our fmliiry'nt Tampi, Pfn, wo employ
urn must skilled Culiaii vvorkmin
Thus, by making our i Igar In tho XL
S wo save Import duty, which equals
tho cost nnd doubles the p'iIlb of every
t'libaii-inadi. cigar.
VAN DYCK
"Quality" Cigars
No finer flavored or moro luxurious
ly rntliu'yliiK cigar than ours uro sold
nt double the prlco.
They sill ns low ns 3 for 21e tho
greatest cigar altio ever offend.
And )ou have )our cholio of 27 dlf.
fin lit sluidfs. In nil digries nf mild,
ness and rli hness.
ONE'WILL CONVINCE
M.'A. Gunst & Co. "The House of
Staple."
Distributors
9
WILL TELLER INDUSTRIAL
DOINGS AT Y. M. C. A.
Sepicfltnry A. ):. Larlmor or tho
Y, Al. C. A. who has rccontly relum
ed fioni n trip lo tho roast, during
which ho went Into the ini.tler of In
dustrial nnd manual tialnlng is to
make n report at the directors meet
ing lo bo held nt eight o'( lock tonight
Tills In n meeting at which nil the
fceeielurlon of Uiu Institution make
their annual iokiiL and Is looked o
as one of the most Impoitniit held
during Hie )oar.
Altlinugh Ijirlmer does not bold
himself ns uivexport he will recom
mend lo the dlieclora that Ihev mako
Mimo Inquiries as lo having mhiih of
me EjiiicniB lie siio.iks or put In force
heie.
Ono of tho main fcalincH of tho
syslem lli.it Is working on llio main
land, Is that of tho co-prntiDu shown
bitvvppn thu, siIhmiI on,) of (ho work
mid the pracllral enil. At Cincinnati
milverslt) them Is inn In connection
wllh Ilieil engliipprlnx.'ct.iss a B)stem
,wherpbjr llio.studentH.can work In tho
big machine shops. This has also
been :i(iilied to nppiciltlios, Willi
the nppi entices the big companies al
low them off for a coiiplo of after
noons during the week without de
ducting It fiom their time. 4lome 200
jippmntlpes wero put tluough. in thin
way i.isi car. 3
Tho public Hrhoohi havo Liken tho
matter up and me working sonic
thing or the same. Kjstein with other
Hues, Ihiopgh state. Tho same pliu
Is being woiked by tho Kllcbbiirs.
Mass. High school, Uio Seattle Y. M.
C. A. nnd I ho milter or lmlldlng has
also been taken up by tho Chicago
Y. M. C. A.
Tho main fcatuio about tho whole
thing Is to get tho cooperation of tho
big films. Somo of tho other hodleii
that uiu handling thu matter havo
roopis wherp over) thing Is ntted up
and the b.i)s can seo Just exactly how
It works.
There Is also n great demand for
manual training among the )ounger
ho) a nml Ilia schools uio taking this
up .Willi tho Idea of teaching them
how to handle tools inther than to try
and teach them a trade. AVhem It Is
a matter of only showing students part
of a trado tho labor unions arc work
ing In with It but when it comes
down to teaching n boy plumbing In
about six months they nro kicking
haul.
NO PR00FTHAT FRUIT
FLY IS ON KAUAI
J.i:dgur, Hlgglns, who has Just re
turned from Kami I and biouglit wllh
him somo samples of llio fruit that Is
supposed to bo attacked by the Medl
teiiiiiiciin fruit fly, stated this morn
ing that ho could not say for certain
as to whether Uio maggots weip thoso
of tho f i ult fly or not
Tlio symptoms nro very like tlinsn
produced by the Mcdjtcriancaii tly,
hut ho will have to wait until they
done to make certain', This will In
nil piohahility take about u foitnight.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
I
4-
Monday, Aug. 14.
SKATTI.i: Silled, Aug. 12; S S
Mlssoiiilan, for Honolulu.
SAN FIIANCISCO Al lived. Aug. 13
11 n. m.: S, S, Mongolia, henco Aug
7
SIJATTI.K Sailed, Aug. 12: S. S
Hllonlan, for Honolulu.
NIJW YOltK Sillied. Aug. 12: Ilk
Nun iiiil for Honolulu.
POUT !,f!l)M)W Railed, Aug II:
Hkl Joliu Smllh, for Kniiiapill.
Wireless:
S, S. Chl)ii Maru, will arilvo tnmor-
low iiioiulng and sail Wednesday
moinlug for Yokohauii.
S S Mniamn, will an he tomorrow nt
noon nml sail for Vlcloila ul 7 p. in.
LLi
J j. ).XteJkJ'hiitok)aLi&l,L
il.iti&fe ih-r.

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