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IN TJriO CIRCUIT COURT OP
THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
TE1ERITORY OF HAWAII. AT
Mcno Mutsuokn (female) and better
Known as AiuisuoKa Jicno,
LIBIT!, FOR DIVORCE.
Order or Notice of Pendency ot Proceeding-
II appearing to the Court herein that
n tho ISth. day or January, 1901, u
Xlbcl for Divorce was. lied liercln by
llbeltapt agulnst the llbclleo praying
that tho bonds of matrimony between
said parties bo dissolved because ot
the falluro of llbellcc, being of sulllclcnt
ability, to provide sultnble maintenance
for wild llbellant, and for cxtrcmo
cruelty on the part of s.ild llbclleo towards
the llbellant; and It further
appearing- that tho summons herein
Bus been returned unserved; that more
than six months have clapped since tho
Aline of said Libel', nnd 'the said
has been unable to ascertnln tho,
address or residence of said llbellcc
after- duo and rosonablo search nnd
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that
notice of tho iicndency of this proceeding
bo given to tho said Ubelleo by tlio
publication ot this Order In the Hawaiian
Gazette, a newspaper printed
and published In Honolulu, Island ut
Oahu said Territory of Hawaii, once
a -week fornix successive weeks on tho
following dates, Juno 26, July
3,' July 10, July 17, July 21, July 31 nnd
AMgust 7, 1903; and that -said libelled
appear before the Judge of the Court
In tho Court Room nt Llhue, Island of
Kauai said Territory of Hawaii, on the
10th. day of September, 190S, at 10
o'clock a. m. to answer the Libel herein
at -which time the Court will proceed
t the -hearing of said Libel.
Witness my hand at L!hue, Island ot
JCaual, Territory of Hawaii, this 16th.
day of June, 1908.
(Signed) JACOB 'HARDY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit, T. H.
.' (Signed) n. AV. T. PURVIS.
Clerk,' Circuit Court, "Fifth Circuit.
July3. 10. 17. 24, Aug.7.
STABS HIS CAPTAIN
Chief Engineer Daly, of the S S.
Despatch, la under nrrest, by the United
Stales District Attorney's department
for an assault with a knife on
Ills chief. Captain Kokerltz, tho affair
bavin? taken place, as alleged, on
tooard the Despatch at an early hour
jesterday morning. The action of the
Federal authorities Is In line with the
claim that what happens in Honolulu
Jsarbor happens on ap. arm of the sea
wad -within Federal Jurisdiction.
Jkast what occurred and why Is not
aSssur. It has been Jearned that the
captain and tho engineer had quarreled
and' that the latter had received the
worst of the fist encounter, it was
also learned Hint the engineer had had
trouble ashore i In a- saloon before going-
to the Bhlp.; The wound Indicted is
sot a serious one,
JT, A. McLeodl, yiUbi five-seated Bulck
auto. Tel. Illl or 391. First class
Will tho Tcnyo Mnru make San
Francisco In four days and eight hours?
This Is the hope of the officers and
crew of' the big new liner which arrived
hero Tuesday after a. remarkable
run from Yokohama of eight days
and five hours, beating the previous
record made by the China in December,
1S97, of eight days, six hours and fifteen
minutes. This was done without
attempting' to push, the boat to any
extent and at no 'time was she making
near as good time as she could
have done. Had It not been for tho
Japanese government's refusal to give
permission for tho Tcnyo to go direct
to San Francisco, the company would
have sent -her past Honolulu .In an attempt
to beat the record made by the
Siberia In October, 1905, of ten days,
ten hours nnd twenty-eight minutes.
It Is thought that sho would have
beaten this record by at least thirty-six
hours. As It Is she Is going out to
take sixteen hours off the record from
Honolulu to San Francisco which record
Is alRii held by the China nnd was
made In November, 1902. the run being
mndo In live days two hours and sixteen
minutes. The fastest trip made
frtm San Francisco to this port was
made by tho Siberia In August, 1905,
when she covered the distance In four
days nineteen hours and twenty minutes,
INSPECTING THE NDAV LINER.
Yesterday arly the Tonyo Maru was
off tho harbor and about eight o'clock
started In to the wharf following the
Mnrnmn. from the Colonies. There was
n very large crowd at the railroad
wharf to see tho palatial new liner
dock nnd as soon as they were allowed
aboard swarmed up tho gnngHway to
Inspect the new boat. During tho day
nnd until late In the evening1 she was
crowded with sightseers, who went Into
every nook nnd corner In the big vessel
nnd were surprised nt what they saw,
Never in tho history ot Honolulu has
a vessel of the class of the Tenyo
Maru called here. Being the latent
boat In the trade, sho Is the most
modern In every way. Not a thing
has been forgotten for the comfort of
tho traveler and the luxury of the fit-ting
of the staterooms and cabins,
the magnificence of tho lounging rooms
nnd snloons made an Impression on
the visitors which will not soon be
The Tenyo hnd a fine voynge from
the Orient to port and although tha
sea wns smooth most of the way sho
showed that she Is a wonderfully comfortable
bont to travel on If for no
other reason thnn that there Is an
utter luck of vibration so noticeable
In the big vessels which havo reciprocating
Tho arrangements of tho decks nro
very fine nnd show careful thought In
the planning'. The A deck Is the one
that will naturally bo the most popular
with passengers. It houses the
ciunrters of the uiT.cers, the lounging
room for tho ladle, the card and smoking
robin nnd buffet for the gentlemen
and tho dancing deck. The space
daclng Itus largo as any danc
ing floor In Honolulu and beautifully
smooth. On the B deck are the suites
of room nnd tho drawing room and
bathrooms all benutlfully arranged and
convenient. The C deck has the rooms
of the first nnd second cabin, the saloon
for tho first cabin pnssengers being
woll forwnrd and tho second cabin
accommodations being aft. The nicely
nrrnnged nursery for the llttlo ones is
on this deck nnd Is so nrrnnged that
the kiddles cannot hurt themselves or
get Into mischief, Tho walls are
pnddpd nnd a very soft carpet and
wicker chairs make hard things to
bump against few and fnr between. A
KJinnuslum Is ndvertlsed aboard the
boat but although a careful search was
made for It, It was not found. It wns
explained by one of tho officers that
there was not room for it this trip but
that It would be brought along next
trip out from the East.
The Tenyo has a blK list of passengers
nnd will take ninny from this
lort who havo been wnltlng over for
the big boat. Sho will sail for the
Coast this afternoon nt three o'clock,
As she Is bound for a record ntul will
at least make the run In live days It
Is probable that letters mailed on her
will reach San Francisco seveial hours
In advance qf Iho Alameda which sails
at ten o'clock this morning, live hours
ahead of the Japanese boat.
BOYCOTT IN FOUCE.
Of the six thousand tons of general
jfrelght on the Tenyo 'Mnru for San
Francisco from tho Orient not one pound
la from Chinese ports, neither Is there
a Chinese passenger aboard either n
the cabin or steerage. The big boat's
cargo for this port consists of gunnies,
silk, matting, rice, sake, tea and
general merchandise. Her principal
big Items of freight for tha Coast and
overland comprise nineteen hundred
bales of raw silk, being sent to New
York to bo manufactured; 34,401 packages
of tea, and six thousand rolls of
matting. The sake for this port
amounts to 435 disks and Is said to be
frc from the salicylic acid which has
been tabued by the sovernment. It
will be subjected to the test by Ex-port
Duncan and If free will pass and
If not It will bo condemned.
The officers of the Tenyo Mnru, all
of whom are well known nnd deservedly
popular nt this port nnd with tho
traveling public, are! Philip H. Going,
commander; II. Hinnkumn, chief
officer; A, H. Seaver, chief engineer;
C. Lacy Goodrich, purser; N. P. Crooks,
surgeon; A. S. Edwards, freight clerk;
W. It. Reld. nsst. freight clerk; J. J.
Richards, chief steward.
Tho James Makeo will Ball for
and Maul on a prospecting tour
this afternoon or tomorrow. For
she will take several mules and
wagons for use In the -work of erecting
the Kalaupapa light. After finishing
her work at the Settlement sho will go
to Knhulul, where her work will be to
establish thu new harbor lines there,
This accomplished, she will go on the
prospecting tour looking for sand
banks, so that they may be exploited
with a view to getting sand for use In
tha fortifications. ghe will bo gone
, several days.
gir te iim v,
(From Ban Francisco MercntnU Exchange.)
Tuesday, June 23.
San 'Francisco Sailed, 'June 23,. S, S.
Asia, for Hbholulu. " '
Hllo Sailed, Juni 22, S. S. Columbian,
for Sallnq Cruz.
San Francisco Sailed1, June 23,
S. S. Nevadan, for Seattle. .
Wednesday? Juno 24, 18CS.
Snn Francisco Arrived,7 June 24, S.
S. Hllonlan, hence. Juris 16,
San Francisco Sailed, Juno 24, Am.
bk. R. p. Rlthct, for Honolulu.
Thursday, Juno 25.
San Francisco Arrived, Juno 25, Fr.
S. S. Caravollas, hence June 15.
San Francisco Sailed, Juno 25, bkt.
S. Q. Wilder, for Honolulu. x
Honolpu, Sailed, June 25, Bchr.
for San Francisco.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Wednesday,' Juno 24.
Sir. Nllhau, Oness, from' Makawcll.
A. H. S. S. Mexican, Nichols, ' from
Str. Llkellke, Naopala, from llama.
Str. Despatch, Kokcrltz, from
Tug Kaena, Jorgensen, from Tcarl
Thursday, June 25.
Str. Claudlnc, Bennett, from Hawaii
and Muul ports.
Str. Helenc, Nelson, from Hawaii.
Tug Kaena, Jorgensen, from Pearl
' Tuesday, June 23".
T. K. K. S. S. Tcnyo Mnru, Going,
from Yokohama. v
C.-A. 8. S. Maramn, Qtblj, from' the
M. N. Co. S. S. Lurllne, W'ccden,
for San Francisco direct at 10 n. m.
Str. Mauna Ken., Freeman, tot Hllo
and way ports at noon.
Str. Noeau, Mitchell, for Kawalhae,
Mahukona, Kukulhnele and "lonokaa
Str. Mlkohaln, Self, for Moloknl and
Maul ports at 5 p. m.
Str. W. G. JIall, Thompson, "for Kauai
ports at 5 p. m.
C.-A. S. S. Marama, Glbb, for Vancouver.
T. K. K. S. S. Tenyo Mnru, Going,
for San Francisco.
Str. Nllhau, Oness, for .Anahola.,,
O. S. S. Alameda, DowdelC for an
Am. schr. Robert Lewcrs, Underwood,
for tho Sound.
Sloop Kalulanl, for Akl'.s Landing.
Str. J. A. Cummins, Searle, lor Oahu
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, Kelly, for
Str. Klnnu, Gregory, for Kauul
Tug Kaena, Jorgensen, for Pearl
Str. W. G. Ha::," Thompson,
ports, p. n. .
eASSENOERS. , A
Per T. KIC S. S. Maru, from
Yokohama for San Francisco via .Honolulu,
June 23. For Honolulu:) Miss
Allen, Mrs. L. B. Davis, F. L. Dodge,
Miss Greenhorn, U. Haninno, , Wjlfe,
child nnd tervant; Mrs. J. E. Hlckpck,
Y. Kawahnra, Mrs. T. Kawahnra, Mrs,
McCune, Miss McCune, Master J.
Mrs. It. J. Mlfford, W. A. MIIIr,
Mrs. S. V. Parks. Miss A-C. Rodgcrs,
Miss II. F. Rodgcrs, Mrs. J1. H. Thomas,
Mlfci I. C. Thomas, Miss M". M, Thpmas,
C. G, E. "Walker, Mrs.JL Yoshldn. For
Sap Francisco: T. Akiynmn, Mrs. T.
Aklyama and child, J. F. Alexnndgr,
D J, Allen Jr., Miss Hose T.
M, Arakawn and servant., C.
Arnot, W, M. Balrd, Mrs. W. M. BalrAl
nnd two children, Mrs. T. A. Baldwin
two children and two maids, W C.
Barker, Mrs. C. C. Barker, JIlss A. E.
Barker. Miss A. R. Barker, Miss
II. A. Bolden. Mrs. II. A. Belden,
child nnd mold; C. 'F. Bev.es, A,, J.
Bolflng. Mrs. W. II. Brennan nnd 'Infant,
Rev. H. Broknw, Mrs. II. Brokaw
nnd three children, C. D. Bunker, Mrs.
C D. Bunker, W. Burns, Miss Ida
Christiansen. Mrs. Constantine, yv,
Cornwall, H. Cox, Mrs. H. Cox, Mrs.
Georgia Cross, W. H. Crossing. Mrs.
W. 11. .Crossing, Win. Day, Mrs. Do
Bnlan, Miss Do Balan, Jtr. do Cordpya.
Mrs. do Cordova, Paul do Netumleres,
Mrs, S. L. Dorn, F, S. Farnsworth.
'Per B. M. S. S. Maramn, from tho
Colonies, Juno 23, Mrs. Hlslop. Mine.
Arral nnd maid, Mrs. James and Infant,
Mrs. Davles, Mrs. Kennedy nnd
four children, Mrs. Henrd and four
children, Miss Hartley, Hussett, J. M.
Fuller, II. James, F, L. Leslie and Mr.
Wilson, nnd two children.
Per str. Klnnu, from June 24.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Focke, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Bush, Mr. and Mrs. J. L, HJorth,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Alexander, I.
Frlas, Jns, Morse, R, McCabe, M.
Houghtalllng, II. Mlkl, S. Ozakl. Goo
Yee, It. A. Kearns. A. F. Knudsen, F.
Gay, Mrs. Kul, Miss Kong-, Mrs.
Miss D. Llhau, J. Roman, Miss
On Tal, J. K. Rego. G. H. Fnlrchlld,
J. Campbell and 40 deck.
Per str. Claudlne, June 25, from Hawaii
and Maul portH. W. W. Thnycr,
B. H. Kelokollo, J. R. Garneld. J, W,
Pratt, S. M. Ballou. Governor W. F.
Frenr, A. L. C. Atkinson, W. O. Smith,
W. Q, Smith, A. U. Glbb, W. A. Yeats.
Q. Q. Bradford, R. I Ogllvle. Rose
Puhlhale, C. Relnecke, Miss On Tal,
E. H. Rodgers, F. Crockett, Mrs.
Reedy, Miss Folti, Mrs. Beth, Kim
Sick, Mrs. Hannestnd, Chang Ling nnd
wife, Mrs. M. Oregulho, Kim Pi Hon,
Kim Jag Gu, C. A. Victory and wife,
Leong You, R. Low, Miss Kaukau,
Miss Vnn Berlin, Ah Sing, S. B.
I, Fuglmoto, Chnrles Gay and
wife, A. S. Hartwell, 54 deck,
Per Btr. Helene, Juno 25, from
Manuel Do Ilego, Joe De Rego,
A. W, Carter. J. O. Young, E.
Per R. M. S. S, Marama, for Vancouver
and Victoria, June 23. Mr. and
Mrs. F. D, T, Lee and daughter, H. 8.
Smith, Miss I. Gregg, Miss M.
Miss E. Thor.i&s, Miss Grace
Moore, Miss F Carter, 'Miss L. Campbell,
Miss N. Adams, Master J. C. Me-Candless,
E, Wood. T. Brandt, John
Robinson, W. H. Hazeltqn, Miss Mc-Leod.
Miss Cojwcll, Miss E. C. Skinner,
Mr, and Mrs. Adam Lindsay, Mrs.
.M. Z. Dickson and daughter, .Miss
Shaw, Miss Hill, David Battcrsbr,
John Hill, Master Mulrhead. Mr.
nnd son, J, L. Carnegie, A. Dods,
two Shav? boys.
Per Btr. Mnumt Ken, for Maul nnd
Hllo, June 23. J. H. K. Knlwl. Miss
Esther Knlwl, Lizzie Faamlat Francis
Hyde, I. I, Brown, Mrs. C. S.
Lul. Mrs, W. G. Peers. Miss
Bell- Peers, Mrs. Law and family, 'J.
M. Lldgate and son, A. F. Cooke, J.
O Anderson, C. II. Rose, wife nnd
child; Miss Constance, Miss Irene Davison,
Miss McDonald, Itev. D. Scud-der
nnd wife, Mrs. A. S. Wilcox, Knul
Wilcox, Miss Hundley, J. I Hopwood,
Albert Parsons, E. II. Austin, S. W.
Wilcox and wife, ex-Queen
lnnl, Mrs. Jold, Miss Itose Atls, Miss
Helen Watson. Mrs. L. Murray, Miss
Plhl, W, B. Olcson, Theo. Richards, J.
A. Rlchnrds, Miss Julia Fern. Miss
Aheonn, Miss Gladys Ulna, Mrs. F. C.
Stone, Mrs. T. P. Mellm, Master Mellm.
Rev. A. V. Boarcs, A, Deerlng, Rev.
F B. Scuddcr, Chan. H. Shenrman,
John T, Gllmartln, Sam Woods nnd
wife, Edward Campbell, A. Mi Merrill,
David White, Mrs, Lee Toma, Miss
Esther Lee Toma, Mnster K. L. Chong,
Julia Makekau. Daisy Mnkcknu, Miss
Lizzie Perry, C. Castcndyk nnd -wife,
R. A. McWnyne, Mr. Engels, Douglass
Damon, A. Grnndhomme, Rev. A. S.
Baker, Mrs. R. B. Baker, Mrs. E. II.
Lewis, Mips E. H. Wilcox. Miss
Mr. Pranko and two children, Mrs.
J. Ulunahaele, Mrs. Dv K. Hoopll, Mrs.
Manual Moses, Maria
ole, Mnrjon Kamakawcwaole, Mrs. W.
L. Bnmers, Rev. O. H. Gullck, W. R.
Rice, Ji T, Baker, John "Wath and
wife, Master Wath, Agnes Frendo,
Mrs. R. J. Kellett, Mrs B. Murray,
Miss McGregor, Miss Whltford, Miss
Alleen Bertehnnnn, Miss M. Hind,
Miss A. Bond, Miss Buchlang, Miss V.
McGregor, Miss Buckland, A. E. Cox
'and wife. Miss Ll7.?le Cox. Phillip Wos,
Ray Pape, Geo. Dunn, Jr., Hiss D.
Damon, F. W. Damon, Jntnes Hoopll
and wife, Frank Lclnlohn nnd wife,
Loy You, Mo Man Wing, Sing Yow.
R. II. Walllu, E. W. Coflln, Andrew
Guild, S. W. Kannnoe. Rev, D. P.
Samuel Knolun, W. Welner.
Miss Lilian Aklna, itrs, Hanna Cook,
En W. Yen Wung, Mrs. Annie
Sun Fo, Chlng Lul, Rev. J. A.
Aklnn, Joseph Kaeo. Mrs. Fnnny Sabo,
Mrs. Emma Quaker, Mrs. Sam Su
Kau, Mrs. Lizzie Spem, David
Walter Knmaloplll, Joseph Kla.
Per M. N. S. S. Lurllne, for San
Frnnclsco, June 23. Miss A. Campbell,
Mrs. J. H. Carter, Miss Jean Center,
JIlss Dcyo, J. K. Fulton, Mrs. A.
K. Green, Miss Grace Gibson. Mr.
Gelselman, It. C. Ingrlm, Mrs. Ingrim
nnd child. Miss May Kluegel, Miss
Lurllne Matson, Capt. W. H. Matson,
Mrs. Matson, Miss L. McGulre. Mrs.
J. W. McGulre, T. H. Petrie, E.
C. Bees, Jr., Donald Ross, Mrs.
Schmidt and child, C. St. Goar, E. W.
Sutton, Dr. F. Whctmorc, Miss
W. L. Whitney, Mrs Whitney,
Miss E. Wile, Mrs. Josephine
Priest, Miss Pills.
Per T. K. K. S. S. Tenyo Maru, for
San Francisco, June 24. F. OITermann.
L. McLaughlin, AVm. Day, Frank F.
Llnlsh, Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Holt. A A.
Bryan, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cooper, J. W.
Bradley, wife and two children; Miss
Davles. Miss Kycroft, S. S.
Dr. and Mrs. Huntington, Z.
Per O. S. S. Alameda, for San Francisco,
June 24. Mrs. J. Abadle, B. R.
Banning, Sister Beatrice, Miss M. Bell,
Mr. Bldwoll, F. Bourns, H. W. Cath-cart,
Mrs, Cathcart and child, Mrs. I.
M. Cot. Mrs. C. Cottrell, Miss Chilton,
Mrs. A. Davis, Miss M. A. Douglas,
V, H, Engle, F. Harvey, A. Herbert.
Miss F. Hllner, Dr. IloffiiWnn, Mrs.
Hoffmann and two children, Bro.
James, Father James, Father Joseph,
Miss M. Knul, Miss M. Kinney, Mrs.
D. L. Ivlnslea, Mr. ICnapp, H.
J. D. Langhorne, Miss, C. A. Lima,
Mrs. Mnckcnzle, Misses Mackenzie
(2), F. C. Martin, J. W. McCIasky, Miss
L. Mellm, Mrs. M. H. Murdoch, C. F.
Murray, AY. C. McGonnglc, Mrs. AV A
Naylor nnd two children, Mrs. M. Nell-
scn. Miss Payne, Miss F. Roberts, Geo.
Romney, Mrs. Bomney, Mrs. J, Searlo,
Miss B. Shaw, Mrs. Shoup, Miss Shoup,
Miss J. E. Snow, Miss R, Soarcs, Miss
X. Tanner, Mrs. Dr. Taylor, Mrs. AV W.
Taylor, Mrs. Tletzel, Miss G. Topham,
W. S. AVard, 13. M. Watson, H.
G. S. Whitley, Mrs. AVhtlley,
.Mrs. AVllIiams, Miss J. S. WInne, Mrs.
M. AA'oods. Miss II, K. Wilder, C. L.
Per str. AV. G. Hall, for Knual, Juno.
23. Two fountain boys, A. S. AVllcoc,
Bertlo Scharsch, Kenneth Meslck,
Ralph Mcalck, Louey Kim, Alice AI,
Chong AI, C. AVIng Kong, A. Christian,
F. Christian, Miss A. Grote, Mls3 D.
Grote, S. AV. Meheula, M. Fernandez,
J. B. Fernandez, F. Fernandez, J. D.
Per tr. Klnnu, June 25, for Kauai,
Annlo Porclra, Helen Seliumalfolneg,
Leslie AVIshard, Douglas Baldwin, K
Lnnger, Miss M. B. AA'nterhouse, Miss
E. AVnterhouse, Master Meslck, A.
Gurtley, Mrs. Choy Chin and baby,
MIrs Anna Harrison. S. K. Onehu,
MIsj It. Obed. Miss M. Obed, T.
R. Klmlshlma, K, KlmlslVmn,
J. L. HJorth, Mrs. AA L. AVest, Miss
W Mei'gler, Miss M. Mengler, Mrs.
Napalleau, Mrs. J, Noble, A. K. Knudsen,
Francis Gay, Miss Lulu AVeber,
Mrs. F. AVeber, II. C. Colburn and
wife, Mrs. J. dribble, Miss Contrade,
Aarmau Andrasen, Edwin Aklna,
Miss H. Yamashlroyn, Miss Annie M.
Perrelra, Mrs. Fred Johnson, Mrs.
Hall, Mrs, Ahuklnl Kukea, Thos.
Onokea, Hee Fat.
By the stcamor Kinau on July 2. the
Aala baseball team, the champions ot
tho Riverside Junior League, will sail
for AValmen, Kauai. I
The Aalas are to play one or two I
prunes at AValmea with the Walmca
Manager Pam Hop Is confident that
his bunch of players, composed of the
following, will come out slctorloua: M.;
Correa (captain), Alex. Asaiu, Joa
Clement, C. Y. Marks, Apul, Peter
Halll, Jaa. Ho Yup, Geo, Holt, AVm.
Jloopll, gam Hop,
The Tansnn cup for local golf competition
arrived by the S. 8. Tenyo Maru.
It will tie placed on exhibition In a,
few days. It will probably bo played
for under tha same rules which governed
the White Hock- contest.
(From Wednesday Advertiser.)
J, i. Kunewa, the recently-commissioned
assessor of Maul, sailed for that
Island yesterday to assume his duties.
Among the Mauna Kea passengers
yestcrdny were queen Lliiuokalanl,
Mrs. Aea nnd Mrs, Nawnhl, who nre
going to Hllo.
Tommy Dunn, the genial pay clerk
ot the 16cnl Naval Station, has. received!
orders to report at San Francisco
for orders after tho Atlantic
licet leaves Honolulu.
From private letters received in the
mnll yesterday from naval officers of
the Big Four,, that squadron will bo
in Honolulu harbor on September 2 nnd
remain here for eight days.
Mnycda JNlklchl, a Japanese, committed
suicide at Kaena on Sunday
night by letting the Halejwa Limited
run over him and crush him to death
This "was on the down trip, the train
crew having had to get out and put
the man off the track on tho trip be
fore Into Honolulu.
George Mundon, of Kauai, who
claims to rune had a contract made
with him by the Hawaiian Mahogany
Company broken without cause,, may
bring a suit for damages for
against the company. The local representatives
of the company state that
Mundon was merely an employe of the
company nnd was not working under
(From Thursday's Advertiser.)
J. y. Blplkane, the well-known local
politician, died yesterday. bis re
mains -will be burled on Sunday.
The Union Steamship Company, the
owners of the
line boats, have announced that their
vessels are to be equipped with wire
less telegraphy plants as soon as the
Australian Government adopts an official
Miss Ann Z. Hadley of Lahntna and
Mrs. Mokumala of Moanalua were yes
terday added to the list of those ell
glble for transport accommodations to
tho Const by the Department of Pub
He Instruction, room having been
made for them by the withdrawal of
the names ot Miss Needham and E. B.
It has been decided to make the new
wireless station at Kahuku a
station Instead of a
one, the difference In efficiency be
ing greater than the difference In cost.
An attempt will bo made by Operator
Isbell to keep In touch with the cruiser
St. Louis as far out as possible,
with a hope ot receiving across tha
A very fine exhibit of sewiue from
the ironomu school, Island of Hawaii,
has beea sent to the Department of
Public Instruction. June tho twelfth
nnd thirteenth this work was on exhibition
in the Armory building in Ililo.
Superiatcnilcnt AV. II. Babbitt considered
the sowing ot such value that he
has had it placed on exhibit in tho
Board rooms where the public is invited
to inspect it.
Tho work was dono by the girls of
crades one, two, three, four and -five,
and it would be a credit to much oljler
pupils. The teachers, Irsr. 'At
v.'ilho, Miss A irpinla 1 reita, and Miss
lljiry Cabrinha deserve much credit fur
tho painstaking work they hao done.
Tho -work has been done step by step
commencing with bags, dish towels,
holders, napkins Vind other pain wotk.
Then theglrls were taught to make their
own handkerchiefs and undergarments.
Drc'ssiiinkiiif:. the last step, has not been
neglected. But little of this work is
on exhibit, however, as the girls woro
allowed to take their dresses homo for
Although but nn hour anil a half a
week has boon devoted to sewinc, yot
there is an elaborate display of drawn-work,
embroidery, Battenberg, and
other beautiful needlework,
Tho work of every child deserves
lionornblo mention, but ;spaco forbids.
A Battenberg- dolly and an embroidery
hat by Laa Kaelinuioku, grado 5; shadow-work
embroidered shirtwaist patterns
by Helen Oliver and Arirginfa
Crlvella; Battenbeig centerpieces by
Erne) a Xnkano and Isabella Jordso,
grade 4; a baby's bonnet by Clara Ben-to,
grade 3 and nn embroidered doily
by Kosalina Chaves, grade 4, are well
worth mentioning, but there are as
good and oven better articles on exhibit.
'Xho laiutily trimmed undergarments,
the bureau scarfs, stand, table,
and cushion covers are but to bo seen
to bo appreciated.
They nro not for sale, Tho precious
work of the children will he returned
to them, every piece, except two dozjm
curtains exquisitely trimmed in drawn
work. These will make a home-like audition
to tlio rooms of Ilonomu school
Besides the sewing there are n num
ber of picture frames, many yards of
liana made laco and a pretty shawl,
mostly niudo by pupils of tho primary
grades. Truly manual training, is not
neglected among the girls of this school.
W'hile tho girls are sewing, tho boys
uro carpentering and repairing, one of
iiiu uiuiHUHiiugs uavinc ueen uuiu uy
the boys with tools and material fur
nished by the Department o Public
A six by nine printing press owned
by two schools, Hoiioiuu and Hnknlau,
is also in use while the girls are sewing.
This press was bought with monoy contributed
'by pupils and friends of both
schools. There are samples of the printing
done by the Ilonomu boys, at the
Drawings of iruit, birds, and animals
show that nature study is not neglected,'
nnd tlio drawings in" connection with
history, geography, and physiology aro
Illustrated papers on "The Three
Little Pigs." "Iiobinson Crusoe,"
'Captain John StIIIi." "Lincoln,"
"Sugar cane," "The Fish,"
and 'Tlic Cricket," are well worth
examining. Tho letter writtne, too, is
n orndit to the children and their
The principal. Mr. V. A. f'nrvs'lio. Is
justly proud of the work doner by his
This exhibit is on vlw in rooms!
of the Department of Public Instruction
and all interested are invited to visit
it and have an object losson in what,
the schools of Hawaii arc accomplishing.
SELF CURE NO FICTION
JlAIIItli Ul'ON .MARVEL! NO 8U
FEUF.H NEED SOW IJESPAItl m
rnnnlnc a doctor's bill or fMn into tli d
ditch of outckery, may safely, tpttdilr. at
conomitallj ture himself, without the
eUy of u strand psrtr. Br the Introdnctk
u iih iT irencn lieraedr. THERAPIOW.
complete reflation h been wronehl in th
dcpMtmeiit of medical iclenca. Whllat iho
sands hive teen rcitwed to health, and hura1
dranlni out a miserable existence. I
THEKAPIO.f No. 1 in a Mmarkallr alio
time, often a few- dava onlr. frrta - -
aupertedlne injections, the use of which
harm, bf Ujlne the foundation i
trlcture nd ilhc aerioui Mlaeaiel. ,
. THERAl'IO.V No. a, for Imparity erf 111
ind wclllnn of the iolnli, rout, rheamaluB
necondary irmptonw, etc. This prcpsratic
purines the whole avatpm ihrmirh ii. Kinn
and thoroughly eliminates all polionout mlt.
irom me own.
THEHAPION No. 8. for ncrroaa exhau
tlon. ttnitftired vltalltr. anil all l
distressing conseouencea of diMiskllani were
overwork, etc. It, posese alirprUlne powc
n restoring strength and vigour to the d I
Is sold by the principal Chemists ihrouchol
the world. Price In EnjUnd 2B and 4
Purchasers should see that the word "Theri
plon' appears on British Government Btai
(In white lettera on a red aroundl affixed
every reka;e by order of Ilia MajeMv't Has
commissioners, aim witnout wnicn
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHAN6
Honolulu, Thursday, June 23, 190STS
NA1IB Of 8TOUX.
0. Brewer ACo......
ESKwougar us ....
Ilonomu. ...... ......
Klhet Plan Co Ltd
HoBrrde 8n Co Ltd
uanu Busrar uo,
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd,
1'aanhan Bag Plan Co
Pata... . .
Pioneer.. . ...
WHtalua Agrl Co. .
Inter-Island B 8 Do..,
Haw Electric Co...
Uutual Tel Oo...
Mahlku Rubber Co...
Nahlku Rubber Co...
Hllo B R Co
Haw Pineapple Co .,
UawTer 4po irire
iuaaiHB;ltf jo.H M(m,
Haw Ter Moo.
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Haw Ter IKpo ......
Haw Gov't 5 D 0 ....
Cal Beet 8ugA Bet
Bamakua I Itch Co
upper unco o p e,
Batr Cora A Sugar
Co 5 p o ........
Daw 8u gar 8 p o
Hllo B R Co p o ...
Kahuku 6 p c ..
UoBrydo Bug Co 8 pc
Oahu Sugar Co S p c...
Olsa Sugar Co t po...
Fftc'flc Sugar Mill
Co 8 a
Pala 8 D o
Pioneer Mill Co Ope
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Val. Bid, A.'
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20 27H ?8
100 U S5j
too . .. T
20 ...i .8
20 28 IS
80 . ..
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loot (o a
101 SJ 80
100 . US.
10 t j
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.... 101 102'
CO Pioneer, HO; 190 Oahu Sug-, 'Qol
23.25; J2000 McBryde 6s, 85j 12000 Hali
At directors' meetlngs,vheld June 2
Onomea Sugar Company Ihcreasefi
dividend fron one and one-half pe
cent, per month to two per cent, pet,1
rnonth, commencing July 5, and conl
tlnulng until further notice;
Honomu Sugar Company's divld
was Increased from one and
lier cent, per month to two per cent?
per month, commencing July 5,
be continued for tho balance of tr,'
PepeeUeo Sugar Company's dlvldemj.
wub inureusea ironi one per cen. pea
rrfonth to two per cent, per month!
commencing July ID, and to be con?
tlnued fop the balance ot the year.
vfH H H
(Special by AVIrelcss.)
AVAILUKU, June 21, 3:20 p. m,
Secretary of the Interior Gar-
field will make a. monument
vallon of Captain Cook's
Captain Cook's monument at '
4- Kealakekua Bay on th? west coast
of Hawaii was built by tho Brit-
Ish government nnd has been -)
maintained by It ever since, t
11. ...... 151
About eighty miles from port, four!
hours and a halt after leavlnir. thft
Tenyo Maru "wirelessed that she'waj
in latitude N. 21 degrees 51 minuted
and longitude AV, 156 degrees 19 inln
utes. Her speed would have beer
about sixteen knots. TIiIb will have t!
be greatly improved to have her make1
the time she expected to make to
Francisco In four days and elgh
hours. To do this she would have ti
maintain an average, speed of n, llttl
over eighteen knots.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC. CHOLEBi
AND DIAKBHOEA BEttEDY.
This remedy has been In use for ovet
thirty years and has proved itself to
the most successful remedy yet discovJ
ored tor fjowo complaints. It uovori
tolls. Bold by Benson, Smith it Qo,
itu., Agent for the Hawaiian ulanue
HANSONAt Knpiolnnl ?iatcrnll
tiomc, iionoiuiu, June zi, 1SK15,
Mr. and Mrs, 'Fred Httnson,