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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR and SHIRT WAIST REDUCTION SALE
COMMENCING TODAY, we started an important Reduction Sale of standard articles in MUSLIN UNDERWEAR and SHIRT WAISTS. It will be a
money-saving opportunity, and we are making the reduction as an evidence of our appreciation of the splendid business accorded us since moving to our new
location. The offerings include the newest summer merchandise in LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR' and SHIRT WAISTS. The saving from regular prices
varies from a quarter to half.
Ladies' Corset Covers
' ' i I ' Mllld ! $ .35
' i ii . IIIiik .ii .DO
i m h , IIIiik r1 t .60
i '"' ii h "tiling iirlif- . .70
i 1 - mi h i IIIiik prln- . ,90
'ii I null plfia price 1.25
li ii i i.h s. IIIiik pi I. . 1 75
Ladies' Muslin Skirts
Id mil ir II nil iiirh mi IIIiik ii lee .75
Hi Kul ii I Mi fni h selling pi Ice. 1.15
H- kiiIhi 1 Ti". unli, .i IIIiik prlie.. 1,25
Itigtil.ir -" no null, nelllng price. . 1.50
ll Kiilur .'Mi mill, silling price . 1.75
lt Kuliir ! i,0 i-mli, 11111111! price . 2.25
Ili-Kiihir 4 Mi i-mli. m-lllng price . 3.25
Iti-itiilnr r. mi miiIi, selling price.. 4.50
Hi K"l ii T 'ii null. Hilling price . 6.50
Ladies' Night Gowns
Hi-Kiil.ir I SO mill, selling price .$ ,40
H. Kuliir 71 i-nrli M-lllug price . ,C0
Itt-Kiiliir 1 2R i-ncli selling price.. .90
lli-Kiiliir 1 so i-ni-h. selling price.. 1.15
lli-Kiiliii 1 7f. inch selling price . 1.25
ItiKiilnr 2 Mi i-aih, koIIIiik prlrn. . 1.75
ll'Kiiliir 1 00 enrh "idling price 2.25
Itt-gulur !"" ench selling prlco 2.75
Itiguhir t V, piilr. m-llliiR price $ .25
Itcgiihir Till prill, mi Mini,' prlci- . .40
Itcgnlnr If. pair. selling price . ,C0
lliguhir 100 pilr, silling prln- . .75
ItiKiilnr t.SA p.ilr selling prlci- .90
Hi KUl" r ISO p.ilr. silling price 1,15
ItiKiilnr 17 piilr selling prki- 1,25
Hc-Kulnr i on pilr -i-lllng price 1.35
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Itegiihn II V) null ii-llhiR prln- $1.15
lingular 17", mill selling prln- 1.25
ItiKiilnr 3 0U null silling prln- . 1.50
Hi Kill. ir 2 C11 nub, selling price 2.00
Hi KUlnr 1 on i-mli, selling prln'.. ?,25
Itr-KUlnr l.r.O i-mli selling prln- 2.50
ItcKiilnr i 00 null silling price 3.00
Itiguhir noil mill ki-IIIiik lirln- 4.50
lli-Kiilnr 12 SO null scllliig price. $1,75
HiRiiliu 'ISO enili, in IIIiik price 2,75
ItiKiilnr 3 7" enili. ci-IIIiik price 3 00
ItiKiilnr 1 'i0 enili selling price 3 50
A. BLOM, Fort and Hotel Streets
(It mule si.ihil.
ll.imill.iu 1 Ir-1 Hi uric.
lull. 1 Ii lllpli lllgllllir.
AH vlsltlut member ol tt
Order sre cordially Invited to
attend meetlnvi uf local ledges
(Additional Shipping on Page S)
lll.lll) llll Hill.
.Mnl on (In-
Jinl mnl 1 1 Ii
at k. P. Hull
7:80 1. .M.
nil. Mi-MM,i: UMKJi:, M). 8,
h. f r.
Meets overv 2nd nml 4th Rntnr-
'j''"v evening at 7 2U o'clock In
' i 111 1 nun. cur. j-on uuu
lleiii.iiil.i Visiting brothers
tordlull) Hi ItfU to utteud
a r (!i:htz, c c
V P K1LUEY, K It S.
iiDMii.ri.i i.omn:, ui, 11. i'. 0. 1:,
Honolulu Lodgo No C1G,
II P O Klks, meets In
their hull, ou King St ,
near Tort, every Prlduy
evening Vlaltlug Uroth-
-s uro corcllully lnvltbd
A II MCIIPIIY, n II
Jl I)l"'SIIBi:, Sec,
OAIIIJ l.(ll)(JK M). I, K. uf 1'.
W Meets every first anil third Frl-
F'Sfliluy at 7 31) o clock, I'ythlan
I Hall, corner lleretunla and
Korl streets Visiting brothers
cordially invited to attend.
1' A HAWKINS, c c
o liin.vn k of h. & s
ii.mum 1 iiiiik o. i.i.o. it. ji.
Meets every first and third
Tuesd.iy of each month In
Ptuternlty Hall, I O. O I
building Vl'utlng brothers
cnrilially Invited to utteud
IIHNI'Y A ASCII, Sachem
MllllS A PKItltY, U. of K
DESERTION THREATENS TO DELAY
Drag-Net Spread for Apprehension of Machinists Prome
theus Ready for a Return Voyage to Phosphate Islands
Blakeley Awaits Crew and Will Sail for the Sound in Bal
lastLogan to Oceanic Wharf for Brief Call.
A desertion Is reported from thin It Iiiih three hollers of cylindrical ro
Ciilitd Sluti-H levi-nue Hitter Thetis' turn tube tjpo, constructed for u
il.U I.... t). ...1 ..ti i.l........ . .. . .....
-inn 11HM11111K iiiuiiiK 1 leiicn wurKiiig pressure 01 lsu pounds per
ii-um- a ursiiniKs iuiuiiiiiiki on nimrd square Inch, and uu lodninllc- test
Hie Teiliral M-siel 1 aused to he set In pressiue of IIGO i(iiilni Twin screws
motion xullldem innchlner to scour arc driven by triple-expansion. 3 cjlln
Hie iiiiterfnint and other likely places' der. surfaci-iiindenslng engines of am
of seclusion j pie power for u speed of IL'1,4 knoM
The Tholls Is ready to set sail run pel hour The engines urn "open
Alaska points and Captain Cochinn' front type," with cylinders carried at
has now ordered the vessel's depart. I front by turned steel columns nnd at
me Tor Hie north at 4 o'clock this aft- hack by the condenser and lino separ
,r " jnto column. Uefrlgeratlng ebninhers
llurhor Olllcur Carter was set to with ls.titin cuhlc feet cnpac-lty, threu
work enileavorlng to get a Hue ou tliu Ice nuithlnes, electric plnnts, nnd
111111 hliilst, but up to the 11111111 hour wireless telegraphy are part of tin.
mil not been able to la hands on the eipilpineii!. There Is accommodation
-SUN AND MOON
T- r 1 e.
I I I
Ju ' !
rull iniiuti .Mu
5 17 0 !
Ill 17 & 17' 0.1!i
11 a. .ii- ei
0 ut 0 r, p
1 J. W 13
0 U 1)11 M
III UV I HI f I
Temperature 1, u m., "2, X a in
77, ID a 111.. 7'J, 12 uuou, 77. .Mini
inuin Inst night. 72
Wind 0 u in , velocity 4, direction
N. i:.; 8 a. in , velocity 2, direction N.
IC; 10 u in. veloclt) 1, direction N.
i:.; 12 noon, velocity 111, direction S.i:.
Total wind moveineiit past 21 hours
I Til miles.
Ilaromuter at S a. in, :!(MM. Itel.i
tlve hiimldlt), 7 a in, li.l Absolute
humidity, S a in, ;2iii, Devvpolut ut
H a. m. i;.l. Total rulnfall past 21
tin flu passengeis and .ISO soldiers
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special ('able to Merchants
Saturday, June 1.
IIONUIIM Sailed, May 22. si In.
Muriel, for San Pram-Ism.
HAN I'llANCISCO - Sailed. June I,
12 m S S Sonoma, for Honolulu
I he Ihetls will nlToril a home for, Ollliers in the Logan, which arrlv
what Is known as the "floating court" oil here today, are of the onliilon Hint
nl Alnskn for mime months to come.1 the new Merrltt Is particularly ndapt-f
The Thetis Is due to return to Ha- ed to use In I'hllliiiilne waters. Tim M-a.rBer Vettels for Japanese Line.
wallnn waters In the fall and should Merrltt will take the placu or I ho
again be numbered with tho vessels Crook, which was withdrawn from the
Mntiimcil at this port along about the, Philippine service many months ngo.
I.uur pat i of September.
Carter Again Harbor Police Officer.
Arthur Carter was presonted with a
iar mid given a commission to servo
In the luptult) of Harbor polico olllcer
bv SheillT .lurrett this moinlng. Tho
ittiiin ol Carter to the waterfront Is
pli using news to his host of friends
who have watched his work as a har
bor officer for many mouths until ho
was promoted to the position of Terri
torial fruit Inspector
Harbor Olllcer Wed.iy, who has held
down the Job for tho past few months,
l-as been transfened to the central
station In the cnpaclty of turnkey.
Carter is credited by his superiors
ns hnvlng proved his worth as n pollio
olllcer uud a sultnblu man to servo as
pntiolmnii of the local shipping district.
IIOMIM'M' tKIIIK 111), V. 0. K.
'Ja$& '''' ' "" h,","'l and fourth
5!bfc "ijilnusday evening of each
jrffcc iiiniitli at 7 3d o i lock, In
K uf P Hull, corner Port
and lleiet'iiilii ViBitlng biothers are
IIIVIIi'U to titti-lli!
M JONTIS, V. P.
.1 W ASCII, Secy.
IIO.NOI.I 1,1! I.ODIJi: MI. MO,
I.. 0. O. U
will meet III Odd Pellows' building,
Port alreet, near King every Prlduy
evening ut 7 'i o'clock
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMIIHOSI3 J WIltTZ. Dictator.
K A JACOItSON, Secretary
Importer Fort St
The troopship Warren Is still sta
tioned in tho KnM, but this vessel, no
cording to Logan olllcers, Is In sore
need of a general overhauling.
At the time Ilia Migatt remained at
.N'ugusakl, taking on toal, the Merrltt
had been sent on her trial runs, which
proved that the new- vessel fiiltllled all
expectations ns to speed,
May Get the Mongolia.
When tho Patllic Mailer Mongolia
arrives hero again, says tho Chion
Icle. Captain Henry I;. .Morton Is to
tuko advantage of a eur's leave of
absence to usstimo command of the
palatial Miclit of tho Duke do Mont
petiBler on a Mediterranean cruise It
l reported that Captain Winery Itlie
now muster of the China, will step
into Morton's shoes, und upon this
prediction of tho "ginger alii board
Captain itlco wus tho recipient of
many congratulations, ulthough he
said he had heurd nothing from the
"upper olllie," and that mueh-feiired
sanctum Is not us jet mukliig any an
Per stinr Milium Ken, from 11 Mo via
way ports, limn 1 K' Nukamoto nnd
daughter, Mrs, Okatnoto, V. Ilnrd. I:.
Kopke, X. S Smith nnd wife, J. C
Anderson and daughter, W. P Sahlu,
II. Pfelffer and wife, A K. Lewis, U
P Kills und wife, Miss Ambroso, Mist
Wiirdc, Miss D. Taylor, Miss C II.
Parrot, II. W. Thomas and wife, M. H.
Newcorii unci wife. Miss A C. Prnn
in, II Tsurlshlma, K. Ivltuiuura, S
Mlkl, M. Shlnohara, J. Knllluuii, wife
und child; Dr. II. Shepherd, C Wol
I lers, I). K. Metzger, I). Lycurgus, A
I P. Tnvlor, J. Young, P. Howes, T. P.
I Mclln, vvlfo and son. Miss I. Werner,
I Miss Hocking, U J, O'Neill mid wife.
j(l Nicolny, !' Meyer, O. II. Force and
I wife, Mrs. Perry, I.eo Chong, II. P.
I llrlmblo, wife and five children; Miss
ies Wills (2). T. 0. Wills, 0. C. Coon
ley und wife. Miss K. L. Craig, Mrs.
, J. J. Horner, It. I. Lllllc, O, K. Tucka-
lury, Mrs. J. Kaupua and child, Mrs.
J. Y. Young. D. Lelth. I). K. Mooney,
M. Ileruudt, A. Todd, Itolit. Homer
wife, four children and three serv
ants; Itov. T. Toda, wife nnd duugh-
tor; II A. Trausluu, i:. Parker, It. S.
I Hosmcr. Mrs. P Knight, Mis, 11 i:nl
ion. Miss T. Ijnrker, Miss A Muguire,
A (lormtin, O. T. Lewis, Y. Aklku, K
Katuul, vvlfo and child; C S Hums,
It J. linker, S. M. Kiiuukanul and
wife, Mrs. (iroves, (1. I. Hadley W T
Kawllus, T. P Pltzpalrirk, .las L.
Coke, C. Chung, II T Hayselden, .1
Amiislii uud wife. Mrs. L Prnin
Per V S. A. T Iignti, from Mnnlla
lime 1 Col Prank West, Col M P.
Waltz, wife, Miss Hilda Waltz, Mist
Louise Waltz., Col J C dcsliam Col
C (1 .Morton, Lt Col I). L Howell.
I.I Col W II Johnston and wlfi and
daughter; Major S. J llutkharilt, Ala
Jor S J Wi Major (!. i: Stockle,
wife, thiee daughters uud sou. Mis
Louisa llappersett, Capt J L. Hluei
wife, daughter and son; Capt P C
Law ton, wife, and two sous, Capt J
S llerron and wife, Capt J P Wnd,
and wire, Capt (!. W Holms, wife
and two sons, Capt S. M. Kocheisp
ergcr, Capt i: L. King, Cnpt Letkc
Back After a Fine Trip.
Iteportlng a fine trip with light
trades and smooth seas, tho Inter-lsl
under Muuna Keu, Cuptaln Preeinan
was un arrival this morning, bringing
j llllo, Hawaii and Maul passengers
I bin u smalt miscellaneous freight In
ciuiieu in inc cargo was a iiuantlly or
empties, 13 curbstones, IR cords ohln
wood, 7 sacks coffee, SI packages car
rots, 1 unto, 1D."i packages sundries,
M02 pieces ohla flooring, n donkey en
glue, c rates of pigs and chickens,
i Transport Logan to Oceanic Wharf.
The United Stales Army transport'
I Logan, from Manila by the way uf Na
gasaki, Japan, Is duo to urrlvo at the
I Oceanic wharf on or nbout 2 o'clock
this jiflornoon. The Logan Is expect '
oil In nwnlwi ttr.tiniil ,1 l.i,i.il.l f.,, Unci
.. ... .....u ,..w"''. ...n,..l.VM .... .'..
' Pranclsm, It being the present Intel!
'linn Hint the vessel get uway for tho
i Coast about 8 o'clock tonight.
Four Year for Killing Skipper.
Sintn Okuho. the Japanese cook con
vlrted of the manslaughter of Captain'
I arl A. Ilcnson on hoard the schooner
Auieilcnna ou January 27, wus sen
teiiied by United States District
ludge Van Pleet ut San Pranelscu on
ln (', to four J ears' Imprisonment In
the Pedernl penitentiary nt .McNeil's
ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PORT
Tho P.iclllc Mall liner China sailed
from San Prauclsco for Honolulu mnl
the coast of Asia at 1 o'clock jester
Tho Inter Island steamer Noeau Is
on the berth to sail for Kauai pons
ou Monday evening, Inking fu-lght
nnd luto mulls,
Tuesday's departures Include tint
Inter-lslnud steamer Mlkahala fur
Maul and Moloknl; Muuna Ken, Tor
llllo; and Kinnii, for Knunl pints
It Is possible that mall will he ills
patched for the mainland In the Unit
ed States Army transport Iigan,
scheduled to sail for tho Coast at S
o'clock this evening
Tho Amerlcan-Ilnwallan freighter
Mlssuinlan, with transhipped fielitlit
fioui New York via Tehuautepec. Is
eportcd to have sailed final San
Prauclsco for Seattlo and Honolulu
Hepieseiilatlves of Hie Nippon Yu
ou Kulsha have received word that
the steumurs Tamba Mum and Inalm
.Man, which wore to bo taken olf thoU.,. ,:,.,, cliai;ialll '
" , -"- ---. ''""C.ipt. J. M. Giuliani, wife, und two
In the trnnH-PuclUe trulllc. It has, ,,..,... ,., ,,,,,, ,..
I "" "-"I ...-. .W.. Vll
it. ii iiromutiu, uapt. C A omevn
China Bringing Five Hundreds Tons
Tho Paclllc Mall liner China, now
on the way down from San Prauclsco
to Honolulu and due to arrive hero on
liiuo Hill, has .".(Ml tons general maln
Icml cargo for discharge) at this port,
recording to advices leceivcd at the Hllo Port Deserted
.null ngeuij of II Hackfeld i. Co There was little doing In shipping
The Piidllc Mull steamer Nile, en! clrcli-H ut tho port of llllo tho last of
loute fiom the Orient with 150 tons Iho week. Tho Mntson Nnvlgutlon
Height for I liiiiiilulu. may aiilvo here steamer Puti rpilso sailed for San
luto Monday afternoon. In which KrnnelHco on Wednesduy with u full
i vent she will bo illsputched for San tat bo of sugar and a fow passengers.
Pium Ism mi Tiiesduj moinlng Thu "io biiikeutlne Kllkllat was ills
Nlli. us well us the China, will beithi Patched for thu Sound In ballust on
at Alakea whaif
New Army Transport Merrltt.
The coiistitu Hon of the Pulled
Slates Amu liunsport Meirllt has Just
been finished by the Shanghai (China)
Hoik A. KiiKlneeiiug Co, Ltd, the
iiintiuit piiie for wlili h wus $32ri,oiH)
MILTON & PARSON8
Thin sduj Tho Amerlcan-Ilnwallan
freighter Ailouun, arriving Thursdn)
inornlng to coiitpleti) sugar cargo foi
Siilluu Cruz, was ou tho boards to sail
fin the Isthmus with 12,000 siigur yes
The Muuna Kea passed tho schooner
I nca at Muhiil.ona, where this vessel
Is being discharged or a shipment of
Captain Mankii. niusler of tho Amei
it n 1 1 schooner lllnkeley, Is leudy to go
to sea The lllakcloy bus been ills
iharged of u shipment of iiitiutes und
Is ou Ihe hoards to Hull foi Paget
been decided to withdraw Instead the
stcuincis Sunukl Maru and Kamakuru
Mm ii, which nro smaller vessels and
not so well eiiulpped as Hie others.
Where the Coasters Hold Forth.
Purser Phillips of tho Inter Island
steamer Mauna Kea, an arrival Troiii
llllo and way ports today, reports (he
steamers Kauai and Kaltilaul at llllo.
'I he steamer Heleno was pussed ut
Koholulele, tho Wallele at Houokna
and the Iwulunl at Maliukoiui. Theso
vessels were tnklig on sugar at tho
several ports of call.
Prometheus for the South Seas.
Tho Norwegluu steamship Prome
theus has been discharged of u full
thipment of phosphute rock and that
vessel is oxpected to bo illsputched
for Mukuteu In ballast this afternoon
She is scheduled to make u return
voyage to Honolulu with iiuothei sbii
nient of fertiliser muterlul
Dining Saloon Flooded on Trans
Thu Juptineso Htenmer Sado Maru
reached Yokohama from Scuttle ou
May !). three duys late, with live feet
of water flooding her dining loom und
with her deck uud upper works hudly
ilamagod as a result of heavy weather
on the voyugo.
Nllhau Taking Explosives.
Taking explosives us well as gen
crnl mrgo tho Inter-lslund steamer
Nllhau was dispatched for Kouu Uud
Kuti ports ut noon toduy. A late mall
was placed nboatd tho vessel to be
lauded at the first available port ou
TORT 8TnCET Hound polls, taking ballust only.
Boston Block, Second Door
wife uud son, Capt It S. Pilch uud
wife. Capt J. M. Ilurroughs und wire.
Cupt. Dorsey Cullen, vvlfo und sou,
Cupt. P. L. Smith, Capt. C (I llurvej
wife and daughter; Capt. W P
Screws, vvlfo uud son; Cupt C K La
Motto and wife; Capt A S Williams
and vvlfo; Miss nicnuor McKulght,
Miss Muuilt! McKnlght, Cupt J J Mil
ler, 1st Lt. W. P. Martin, wife and
son; 1st Lt C A. Mcdeu and wife,
1st Lt. O. P. M Hussard and wife,
Colonel Swelgcrt, 1st Lt. O P Uulloy
and wife, 1st Lt. J. i;. Abbott and
wile, 1st Lt. M. I Lawrence und wife,
1st Lt. IL C. Wulls, wife, two duugh
lers und son; 1st Lt W (1 Mm till
sou, vvlfo. duughtcr und son, 1st Lt
C. W. Tllletson. 1st Lt K It Cop
pock, wife, uud sou; 1st Lt Man O'
Connor and wife, 1st Lt. .1 C Ash
burn, wlfo und daughter; 1st Lt U S
llumsbergor, 1st Lt. G II Musun, 1st
Lt. i:. A. lluchuuan, Chaplain It It
Plemlug, Jr., 1st Lt I'ic-d II Pitts
und wife, 1st Lt. J. P. Tatllbeo, 1st
Lt. J. A. Hen). 1st Lt .1 A Mars,
wire and sou; 1st Lt II II llissell
wifu, two sous and daughter, 1st Lt
IL (!. Wuildell, 1st Lt P II llalid,
wife und son; 1st Lt C. L Duveupoit
and wire, 2d Lt. V. S. Snjdcr, 2d LI
J. II. LuubULh, 2d Lt P Cordon, 2d
Lt. IL V. Sumner, Jl , 2d LI I: C
Dosebrj, 2d Lt S. M Smith, 2d Lt
P It. Hunter, 2d Lt l K Shiiilloll,
2d Lt (5. II. llrett, Veterlnury W V
Lusk, Veterinary II. Kngllsh, wile, mn
and duughter, I'. (I. (Irutuiuuiid, L P
Nnthuu, L. L. Iloguu. Mis C C
Hurt, Mrs. J Lliideustruth and sou
Col lt II It Loughborough Chuii
luln Henry Swift and wife Mujoi '1
(I Duuuldsou, Capt () 11. I rovvii, 1st
Lt C O. Snow, Heiiiy Sleere. (1 L
Steaming to Sun Prauclsco In a lit
tie less tlitiu seven dujs. tho I ulled
States naval tiuuspoit llullulo Is il
lumed to have arilved ut the Coast
1 1 oin Honolulu lust Wedncsduj.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants,
Merchant Street, near Fort Street