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B 2 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1012. " - i .
IF 7T" . . li jri9 g m Itides sun ANDMooNUnnimr iiiniinir IPWMBWMMMMWWBBMW ! Mason vcmple utv l r ansier m s I n " WeCRly CalClldar Otfice, King Street opp. Union Grill' W MONDAY: I , I :Z! 5 Imp pun MONDAY: I.c.ilil I h.iplir Nil.'.', 0. I'. N. Itiuul.ir. TUESDAY! Honolulu llilnl lit grit'. WEDNESDAY: lliniull.in 'llilnl Ucgric. THUMSDAV- 1,1 1 lloli.i I hupler No. .'!, 0. I.. . Sl(l.ll. FRIDAYI OnMiilr Soninil Uteri i'. SATURDAY: AH visiting un moors o l Ordsr tr cordially InvltM to attend meetings of local leds Phone 1281 (Additional Shipping on Page S) dAMNE ENGINtEilS'. iIIEFICIALASnp!ATICB, ilhill) Invlled. 31 oct on tli 2nd iiml itli Mondays of ciii'li ni'inlli ill K. I'. Hull 7 ::! r. 31. alnnhirs of llllltT .SM)' elation ior W3I. 3lihlM.i: I.OlKii:, o. s, k. f r. lr'- Mmin mort 2nd nml 4th Satur V j& il.i evening at 7 30 a clock In V5j , "I ' "a"' cor VorX "ni1 vK? llei mi 'a. Visiting brothers cordially invited to uttcudi A T. GEHTZ, C C. V F. KILUEY, K It. 8 homilvm; Lonfii:, cirs, it. r. o. i: i. .Honolulu Lodge No C1C, JA yTf"' !' O Elks, meets In rSlKSir tliclr hal1, " K,nK st near Tort, every Friday evening visiting uroiu ors are rordlnlly Invited to attend a v Minriiy, 13 n. II DfNSlinii Sec. OAIIII I.OlMil) U. I, K. of l. Mi-pin cverv llrst and third Frl frTOdnv at 7 .10 o'clock. t'ythlnn Hall, corner llotelnnla nml Fort streets; VhUIng brothers cordially Invited to attend 1' A HAWKINS. C C O linfNR, 1 of It. il S $v TO EWA WHARVES A DISGRACE TO HONOLULU Passenger and Freight Traffic Much Hampered In Move ments Caused By Delay of Public Works Japanese Lin er Chiyo Maru to Arrive From the Coast In the Morning Kiyo Maru Will Make But Brief Stop at the Port. Itnslni hd Interests Ht this port rep-' UMiittd hy thousand1! of dollars! k! . aic grcatl) Inconvenienced byi the deplorable condition of the np- Pio.ich lmdlng to thu llucl;fcldt vvnuii, uci inrcu one prominent uiib Iness man this imiriiliiR in calling nt initlou to a traffic blockade whhh lnMiiml) occurii'd ycstonl.iy he lm i'ii the bouts of ntrlvnl of tin Mut Him Navigation Btoiiiio'- llonotuhm and tho dopartuio of tint WllhclnHua Toi San Francisco II llrst linpri" slops nro lasting, the good lird help Honolulu," was aiioth 1 1 comment offered. It is safe In usacrt that ncnrl) tno II UUIIAN TltlllK NO. 1, I. 0. It. 31. Meets every llrst and third Tuesday of each month In fraternity Hall, I O. O F building. Vbltlng brothers cordially Imltcd to attend. 1IENUY A ASCII. Sachem. I.0M8 A I'KUUY, C. of R. IIOXOLI'LI' AKHIE 110, 1'. 0. E. Meets on second and fourth Wednesday evening of each mnnlh nt 7 fill nVlfirk. In . ,- l(.u... . . f --- w K of V Unit, cornor Tort and Iloretnnla VIsltlUK brothers uro Invited to attend VM. JONES. V. l. J W ASCII, Secy. Imit joiirmyy In II ill lot In nhortMiii.' and it returns to J mi a Viundrril fold. HO.NOl.t'I.U l,(IIMIi: (). 800, I.. II. O. 3U lll meet In Odd Fellows' bulldlnR, Fort street, near King every Friday evening nt 7 SO o'clock. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to attend A.MUItOSi: J WIIITZ, DIctntor. K. A. JACOHSON, Socrctnry. tliousand people had occasion to visit Hnckfeld vvliarf during the niorulng hours, either on business or pleasure bent. Tile Honolulnn's arrival from Snn Francisco drew out a largo dele gation or stovedores, shipping and port nlllrlals. as well as persons who anticipated meeting friends, "The sailing of tho Wllhclmlua for (he mainland was attended by a largo cioud, In fact In point of numbcts It was greater than any similar gather ing at t ho wharf In many month. "Tlie Territory of llavvnll Is gener ally unili'i stood as responsible for tho tearing up of Nuuanii bridge, where the greatest trouble Is experienced In gaining access to .he big wharf. "This work has been going on for months The bridgo has been prac tically demolished during the entire, time It is truo that an extremely narrow passage has been left for vu lilclo trndlc The condition of Queen street on cither sldo of the bridgo spanning Nuuanu stream beggars tics crlpjlon. If jou happen to be imfor tunuto enough to liavo to seek en trance to tho wharf bv walklnc " Many nutos and other vehicles tnko a longer way around and tlunlly reach King street by tho way of Iwllel road Tho matter was brought to tho at tention of several Supervisors vestcr- it.iy and they each declare that it Is not up to the City nml County govern ment It Is pointed out that the mil nlclpnlJt stands' ready to pavo Queen Mrect without delay Much criticism has been launched nt tho Territorial I'ubllc Works Department over tho appaicnt procrastination displayed in tompletlng repairs to tho bridge. Chljo .Hani VHII llrlug a l.ule .Mall. Tho Cliljo Mnru of tho Toyo Klsen Knlsha fleet, Is duo In arrive fiom San Fninclseo at mi early hour" tomorrow June 1? 0 1 a m. 11.11, n in. ISM ft m 10 31 10 41 p in ll"j (B h in, 13 It 3 19 M0 I MI &SU 6.151 033 ,VV ft 50 8 IV I 43 the inonn Juno :l. VESSELS TO AND FROM THE ISLANDS (Special Culilo In McrchnnU' KxclinnuT.l Tlmrxilii), June 'Jl. YOKOHAMA Arrived, Juno 19, S. S. Chlnu, hence Juno G. EVERETT Sailed Juno lit, Schr. Ariel for Honolulu. SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, June 18, S S. Sonoran, licnco June 12. Schr Flaurence Ward sails nt 4 p. in today for Mldwa) Island via Fan ning Island morning and according to tho expec tations of her agents, Castle & Cooke, tho liner will be dispatched for tho Orient on or about !i o'clock In the evening In addition to n few layover passengers, tho vesrel will bring u later mainland malt The Chtp Maru Is leportcd will berth nt Alatteit wharf. Ivljn Jlurii Here for Order". Tho Japanese rreigliter Klyo Maru, en route from Japan ports to Central and South America, will arrlvo hero on Sunday .morning, according to the piesent calculations of Casllo & Cooke, her agents. It Is unders'tood that the vessel will not he brought In side the harbor its there is no cargo for discharge at this mort. Schooner Helene In from the Sound, flringing lumber to tho order of Al len & Itoblnson, the American schoon er Helene, twenty-seven days from Fort Ludlow, was nn arrival at port this morning. The vessel met with lino weather on tho voyage according to reports from tho skipper. m Tug Tows Schooner Wood to Sea. Tho Matron Navigation tug Intrepid took n lino from Hie American schon iicr E. K. Wood this afternoon mid that vessel wns towed to sea. The Wood will proceed to Portland, Oro for orders. Millinery MILTON & PARSONS PHONE 3013 Pantheon Bldg. FORT STREET An lidding machine portioned dur ing the month of May, and tor uo In the ollko of Itoa'd Supervisor Caldwell, provoked consliHrnhle comment niid criticism when the city fathers guthercd In regular meeting hint night. According to Mr Caldwell, tho Ho nolulu road department was In foro need of nn adding machine. c is said to luiVp brought the need of such a labor-saving device to the intention of n few members of the board, but for home reason or other, Chairman Sam Dwlght of the road i-oiniulttco wns overlooked in the consultation In scanning tho big sheaf of Mils brought against the city and count last evening, Dwlght snt up and took Immediate notice when his attention was called to an item of 1300, tho cnt of an adding machine. "I will not npprovo of this exp"iidl tore," Instated Dwlght He was backed up In his contention by Low nnd oil -ers MeOlellan rushed Into the breueh nnd endeavored to nppenfce tho wrath of Dwlght by stating that the members of tlie board hud been Informed or tl o desires of the road department nnd f tir nn Investigation Caldwell was ir ilered to make the purchase. From what could bo gleaned, tlie mnchlne hud been bought during May and the funds to settle the clnlm vv.!-o to cointi out of the monevs set asl to In tho new appropriation bill Arnold took the stiind that the pur chase did not appear to be regular, in that the board us a body knew nothing of the contemplated purchase of tho machine "1 wnnt the road committee to in vestigate tills matter," ndded Areold before concluding his remarks "Tlie money to pay for this mac'ilne Is to come from tlie incidental fund," said McClcllnti Despite this state ment, Arnold declared that the ntlen supplies required by the road depart ment were a large Item and ho urged cconom). The appropriation hill for the minim six month" pasred llrst reading unit to print last night The sum of JJS7 817 Is appropriated from the gen, nil fund for salaries !x ed b law and other salaries v pges and labor, malntcnnmc of Jails and general expenses of the eltj and county Tho sum of ll3,tr0 s appropriated from tlie rernmnent Improvement fund for permanent Improvements In th" county, ns follows- Const nictlivi of Emi-Wnlaiiae road, $Snnn, rtab'imaiis cottage, Evvn, 17S0; construction Wall nae-Eaw road, 1120(1; coiiHtriHtlon l'c oamohii bridge, Wnlalua, JlfinO; con struction I'litutluti bridge1. Koolauloi, IJfiliO; reconduction 1'nll road fence, ISf.OOj Hotel street widening. 10 00ft The sum of $34,500 Is appropriated out of ronil tax special funds for tho building nnd maintenance of hrldgi m nml roads In tho rcsprctlvo districts, an follows. BURKE'S IRISH GREEN LABEL WHISKEY The perfection of rare old whiskey. Matured and mellowed by age. Family Trade Phone 1704 Phone 1704 W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd: Wine and Liquor Merchants, Merchant Street, near Fort Street l I L '$' frvl " l& ill vTu r?:rK488js; 5V -jriSkW". r.a,2 2 '.' i-vn--w FT r4A-ll rV - V 41 ir- r I, II, f..M. Extraordinary Program TONIGHT First Appearance of Alick Lauder Famous Scotch Comedian Brother of Harry Lauder First Appearance cf Budd & Glare Travesty Artists Clean Comedy, Great Act Sensational Attraction Emerson & Baldwin "Juggling Cusses" ' ' Wonder Comedy Wonder Juggling Only Act of Its Kind Chang-Hwa Comedy 4 Genuine Song and Dance Chinese Entertainers Refined .Entertainers DANCING D0NNELLYS Neat, Novel, New New Moving Pictures Dainty .'-DtfrttE HARRIS Comedienne RESERVED SEAT SALE AT LIBERTY THEATER Reserved Seats 30c and 50c; General AMission, 10c and 20c PHONE 3962 t mm I r Atemi i &.- ) l.