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HONOLULU STAR BULLE' IN, MONDAY; JULY ir, 1012.
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!A1 OIITED CALL AT
PLAGUE INFESTED FORMOSAN PORT
. "'.Flaguc of vlnilent" typo, raced at
several i6rtB on the island of For-
iriosa and In rnnn.rro thn nlVrm.
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iK rrpuri. rvctnpy wie toucrai,lH)i(,rs a, Rattle.. Captain Nelson, it
- quarantine authorities at the port of h said, is the author of a number cf
Honolulu much conevrn was manifest- pr.u stories, which have attracted con
ed in the arrival of Ihe Japanese liner iderable attention, but were publish
Shlnyo Maru from , the orient, thisJrd under a nom de plume,
xnornlns. . ' ' ri ..'
Tea la beinp shlpiod In great quan- Siberia Can Accommodate Many.
,.' ; pities from Formosa at this'scason of The Pacific Mail liner Siberia from
the year. . China and Japan ports, due to arrive
Much to the relief of the staff of at Honolulu on Monday morning can
medical oncers, who boarded the accommodate one hundred and twenty
Shlnvo at the quarantine anchorage five additional cabin passengers from
at an catUv hour this morninp, it was this port, according to a cable receiv
. learocd that the Fonr.osan tea iort cdl at, the agency of II. Hackfeld and
at KWlar.s had-been omitted on the Company.
' voyage of the Ms Japanese liner, and The Siberia sailed from Yokohama,
instead the Shi nyo Maru had ubsti- Japan 'with four hundred tons oriental
- tuted Chtmldan, Japan instead. cargo for discharge at Honolulu. It is
According to - information received the present, intention of the agents to
' here with the arrhnl of the liner over : dispatch the liner for San . Francisco
J ( I two hundred cafes of 'plague were,ro-."at five, o'clock '.in the evening'
J .: ported In tone small district on Forrab-' :' r?3 . .
; Fa. the officer sUtcd this morning that Kauai Sugar Report.
out of this number one1 hundred and According to officers in. the Intcr
sixty proved fatal. The statement Is l!S,and steamer Kinau. the following
''freely made that the cdipemle is not su,.nr .alHn -hlnmpnt nn Kfll,i.
yet under complete control by the Jap-
mMHu uuiur .f. . ;
expprt ct tra If avlig Jln
mmetrc 'f Foro'ith ihe
of Asia is wel s-the n ed
: the comm
' ' should make lis appearance just at ' J " '
this time, is looked upon in the light Honey From Garden Island.
. Of a distinct calamity. v-: I S'P"1118 of honey from the Garden
One ' of the largest" list of Asiatic sland" arrived at the port in the steam
V passengers carried by the Shinyo KInau. The vessel met with fa
sincc going into the Trans-Pacific her- voraMe winds and seas in returning to
'vice was, found on board that liner Honolulu. The freight 'included 2
jwben boarded by Immigration officials hordes, 4 mules, 20 empty oil drums,
at this port. On the 208 Filipinos for 42 barrels honey, 97 packages suntlrhs.
Hawaii, 168 are men, 19 women and
21 children. In addition to Filipinos,
136 Japanese, 14 Chinese, and 43 Rus
sian steerage passengers arrived" for
this port '
, In the cabin; 11 travelers left the
vessel at .Honolulu. Twelve second
ass passengers also a,re enrolled for
. linu-nll ' i
Th fhmmrh nRt inrliipe 7S rnbin. 1
SD secend class and 154 steerage poss-,bales hidfs 168 packages sundries. The
engers. - schooner Ariel is reported at Kahulul
The presence of the Great Ray- discharging lumber. : :
rightly entitled to the title of iraprcs- ' ? Pi :
added much to the gaiety and pleasure Polo Ponies Arrive in Likelike. 1
' of the travelers. 'A series of entertain- Twenty polo ponies from Maul ar
ments were presented under the aus- rived at the port in the steamefi Like
pices of Captain H. Stanley Smith Uke. This vessel took on some; cargo
and Purser F.; 33 Cavarly. ."Frank" is at Kahului, and met with line w-eather
rightly ntitled to the title of impres- on the homeward trip. The United
iSario of the T. K. K. lino and there states naval tug Navajo was reported
is never n voyage of the. Shinyo, that to have sailed from the Valley Island
pomething, flne alongtheenterrain-. 1ort at. midnight I Saturday. - d- v
mcnt line is in store for the fortunate. , ;(
traveler in tbt T. K. K. flagship. ' ' A .'. e, . .
One thousand tons freight are being "7T",,-tw" X"- J I 7
Meft at Honolulif-inclbdinglfifty tons xt T toHo
baggago ana effects incidental to the iulu bj the steamer Iwalanl. there
arrival of the Raymond company. The &re 10,000 sacks of sugar .at Honoipu
through' cargo .amounts to 4415. tons awaiting shipment. The Iwalanl re
of which 1524 bales 'silk is' an im- turned from Mahukona, bringing 4650
portant Item. - j sacks sugar. 92 bales wool and a quan-
The Shmyo Maru sailed from Hong-' tity of sundries. The steamer ericoun
kong on June 25th and called.' at Shang- tered fair weather on the homeward
hai, Nagasaki, Kobe,e Shimidzu and trip. ' . , f
Yokohama leaving the latter port for J : 'fa ' .
Honolulu on July 6th. . I Hall Made Special Trip.
Turser Cavarly rejorts fine weather j The steamer W. G. Hall, from
in crossing the Pacific," There was a Kuai ports has arrived with five thou
well founded rumor on board this sand sacks sugar. The vessel made
morning that the genial Cavarly stood a special trip in ordler to relieve the
a fine chance to succeed to the office congestion of sugar at Garden island
of General Passenger Agent of the ports. The Hall is to return to Kauai
T. K. K. at San Francisco made va- this evening taking passengers and
-cant through the death of Alfred G. mail only. , ;
- ' ' Hasslans VUi;naH (o "irnslle-for ; Jwilhbe dispatched at nine o'clock to
1 ' lVork. i . . 47 ts -1 i morrow morning. .This vessel will
Forty-five Russians whd arrived as
steerage passengers in the Japanese
ltner Shinyo Maru this morning' will 1
not-nnd themselves jlfingx jeceiveaj-
with open arms by the Hawaiian su
gar planters, according to the predic
tion made this morning. - ; ..'
The Russians were bundled into the
scow Pioneer and taken to the Immi
gration Station, where they must go.Civi, eKinecr, 10 years' experience,
through a careful and close inqulsi-j notation preferred. "W. -II. S.",
tion as to .their intentions and ante-J Hon. Star-Bulletin. 52S8-lm
The Russians that reached I lonolu-
hi this morning are considered as
about the average class of immigrant
sent out from Siberia by the immigra
tion companies operating there. They
appeared dirty and not overly prepos
Over two. hundred little brown
brothers, recruited from the sunkissedj
Philippines, also arrived by the Jap'iZ , . . ; " .
anese vessel Room and board in private family for
I lady and gentleman. Apply 19t2
rorly-seicn Vrar with Pariiir ailJ King St i 52sg-tf
Few local shipping men realized nnArr-pcmoi .
that with the passing ..oL, the Pacific PROFESSIONAL CARD.
Mail liner Korea through this port, .
en route to San Franciscoa few days; DR. A. J. DERBY, Dentist
ago that Paul Rossiter. chief engineer Boston Rldg.Haurs,9 .until - 4. .
in the vessel, had been identified with" ;
the Mail company for a period of. forty-seven
years. For forty-five years !
he has served in the capacity of chief
engiucer. ;' He was fortyyears ago a
shipmate with. Dr. McAllister, on . the
Alaska. He was the youngest chief
engineer In the: company's employ at
any tinie and Is now the oldest in the
The Korea was commanded by. Cap
tain E. M. Nelson and this is his first
trip in the Korea. He has al?o seen
long service in the P. M. company
thirty-five years. He was captain of
the Beaver, which makes the run from
Offir- King Street app. Union Grill
Portland to San Dieco, via San Fran
cio. He "succeeds Captain Fisher,
resigned to take Up hi recent
appointment as Inspector of hullsand
k. S. M.. 12.550 sacks; M A. K.. 22.642;
K. 14.395f G.J F... 12.465; McB., 26.-
Q L P., 16,306; Ki-
flu J4,oop; sacks; Makee'fiug. Co.,
:-f J , :ir' .
325 sacks rice, 9000 sacks K. S. sugar.
Mikahala Brings Varied Cargo.
The MIkahala, better known as the.
small, farmer boat, is back from Maui.
Molokai and Lanai ports with freight,
. ncJ-udln ,0,,?r ns; 1 a" r"obil:
jl horse, S6 pigs, 12 crates chickens, 6
crates egs, 22 empty gas drums, 31
The Shinyo Maru for San Francisco
take a large accumulation of mail
destined for the mainland. ;
Alewa HeiRhts To rent, for three
months, nicely-furnished bungalow;
two rijedrooms. Apply M. C. Web
strrj Alewa Heiphts. ' , i 52X8-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD.
German Confectionery, 1181 Alakea St.;
'Phone 379:. German coffee' cake,
delicious ite creams and " sherbets,
wedding7 cake, fancy pastry, fruit
cakes, plum pudding, small i pastry.
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PIANO MOVING. :
' Xepor . Express, ..Phone 1916,
and furniture moving.
VESSELS T0 AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to MercbasU'
Jfondav, July 1.
SAtrrTIJ-: Sailed. Julv 13. S. S. Hi
Ariel, from Mukilteo.
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Sailed, July 11, S. S
for Port San Luis.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, July 15,
9 a. m., S. S. Korea, hence July 9.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, July 13, S. S.
Siberia, for Honolulu.
S. S. MARAMA Will arrive from
Suva tomorrow (Tuesday) at 4 p.m.
and will sail for Victoria at, 10 p.m.
.SLS. Shinyo IaruJor San Francisco
sail Tuesday at 9 a. m.
Per T. IC K. S. S. Shinyo Maru, from
Hongkong via Japan ports For Hono
lulu: Miss E. Danby, Miss M. Dean,
Sun Fo. Chov Jim kV; Mi.k Sim nn
Sun Fo. Choy Jim Ke, : MU Sun On.
l Tanaka, K. Umemura, Miss Sun
Yuen. For San Francisco: Miss Mar
jorie Baine, .Miss R. V. Beatty, A M.
Baldwin, Mrs. A. M. Baldwin, Major
Geo. B.. Bowers, P. C, Lt. Com. Z. E.
Briggs, G. Carlsen, Miss R Carrigan,
J. C DavUon, Mrs. J. C. Davison, J.
II. Evans, Geo. Fisher, J. P. Getty,
Mrs. M. B. Gorham, Miss Harriet Ger
ber, Mi.-5s Tan Ah Gue, Mrs. M.1D.
Heckelmzn and' infant, E. H. HecKel
man. Miss Grace Jleckelman, . Miss
Miriam Ileckelman. Master P?ul Hec-
kelman IL . Heintze, R.. W. Hills; W.
.11. Hay, Mrs. W. II. , Hay, II. F. Hab-
er, IL Henderson, Mrs. E. J. , Hill, Miss
v. iwamoio, fliiss Irene Jones, x. Ka- tars wno maKe up .me navy :tug
tayama, Miss Ellen Scripps Kellogg, 'Navajo's crew who went for a "joy
H. E. . Man waring, Mrs. H. . E. Man- ride" to Hilo to have a look at Kilauea.
waring, J. C. 'Nichols, R. H. Parker, They lsaw ' the Volcano, and came to
Mrs. R. H. . Parker, T. W. S. Phillips, the conclusion that the island of Ha
Mrs. T. W. S. Phillips, R. F. Smith,waii was a good steamer with no boil
Mrs. Scheide, F. R.' White, Mrs. F; -R.; er trouble,' but: there were moments
White and Infant, Mrs. M. J, Weaver, when they wished to be alone, both
Mrs. S. Nagai and infant. Miss A. Na- going and coming,
gal and 2 servants, Wm. Nagel, C D.) -The Navajo is listed as a sea-going
Nicoll, Mm. C. D. Nicoll, A. W. Perel- tug, but that'doesn't mean that she
strous, Miss Elraina E. Ranck, H. W. has all the comforts of an ocean liner,
Robinson, Mrs. H. :W. Roinson, Dr. E. be a long ways, Still, the men had
E. Sattler, Mrs. E. E. Sattler, W. A.-a good time, and much appreciated the
Scripps, Mrs. W. A. Scripps, Mrs. Tan opportunity which Admira Cowles
Li Shee, S. Shinjo, C. Spinnler, Mrs.Vgave them f seeing the wonders of
C. Spinnler. Jas. H. Stlmron, O. A.'irawaiL -
Steven, F. de St. Phalle, T. Uyeno,
Mrs. T. Uyeno, R. M Ward. Mrs. R.
M. Ward, Miss Cora Ward, H. Yama-
wakL-T. Yasut R. R. Young, Mrs. R. has arrived. and proves to be : almost
R. Young, A. L. Wilson, Mrs. A. L. Identical with the one previously in
Wilson, . 'force. i The only exception is that ln-
Per stmr. Mikahala; from Maui and: gtead of limiting the 10-mile monthly
Molokai ports. July. 14. Dr. 1 B. D. hike to two-thirds of that distance in
Baldwin, A. Borba. T. A. 0'Brie.n, the tropics' -the order reads - that
Thos. Smith, Wr. A. , Mackay, 3, ... tropics, or at any place
Mary Nobriga, Miss G. Fernandez, when the temperance is -eighty de-.
Miss M. Fernandez, Miss R. Lumlum, gj-g Fahrenheit, or higher at the
g. P Lyons, Miss K, Wong-Kong thne fftbef exercise, i the i distance
Faustlno Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Charles. waif e hAtimA rennirpd shall h
xviiss name ;
Miss A. Hose
uan,irs. j. .y iv. tw.o-thicds "thost stated for normal
, A. E. Brune, S. P. Kaai mttit? V- .v.- v.
, Dr. H. Hayes. MISS, Auld.T VrnV trV T IT Xrharf fnr fnnr vnnro
Geo. P. Cooke and 66 deck passengers'.' ttached tonhe Honoluiu naval station
.Per stmr. KInau,; fromKaua await
If7 iJIrl Wimo? ordeVsr haV been ordered to du'ty on
na, .Mrs. Mahlurt, Mr. Willimsonv votn . f ' .
Mrs. Zoller. MrsConey, Mr, Church h ef Oregon, now at Brcmer
Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin 4D. E. Baldwin,, t0 -naxr a1
B. B. Baldwin, C. B. Baldwin; John -. .
Neal, K. Ishida, Prof. F. Shiya,--f-Mnl WILSONERITCH will hold the firtt
O'Neill, K Johnson. A. R. Keller, Mrs.'of his glasses In public speaking. at the
A. R. Keller, Miss Mumford, Miss Watr j Y. M. C. X this evening. lie int3'-os
erhouse, R. Smith, P. A. Cumming.s, to instruct the members of . his class in
Mrs. R. P. Spalding, Miss McClymont, public speaking as applied to sale-j-John
Rath, J. A. Love, H. M. von Holt,! nianship, oratory and ordinary con vor -A.
Gartley, G. N.Wilcox, A. jS. Wilcox,! nation. . ; "
J?1"8' ?; X' 2eV' S ?; 1V2 ;W. L. JOHNSON and Lloyd a Kil-
uaauiuv r. vuu auu fV
Sep!rrSstmr. Wilhelmina. from J Hllo,
July 14 . W. D. Adams, Geo. McGrath,
Mrs. McGrath. Mis& E. McGrath. Miss
Cover, Miss E. Pierce, Miss G.: Mc-
VoellS. Ell. Mrs. IL C. Ellis, Miss
Abbott. Miss L. Haynes, .Mrs McKer -
sick. Miss McKersick, Miss ; Birch,
Miss Schmidt, Mrs. G. A. Strongman,
Mrs. D. A. Helm. Mrs. Kent, Mr.s;' H.
J. Lyman, Mrs. R. B. Smith, Miss T,
Heiman, S. S. Paxson, Miss E. Wrren,
Miss A. Dingley, Mrs. Geo. McNear,
W V Vol.
Amu ice,;w "..-"-.-
ler ann wire, jjicuymouw dUUv , '
Miss- fiinsea. Mrs. Ginaca. Mrs. M.
Grover. Mrs. A. Bird. Mrs. J. H. New-
bauer and maid and two children, Wrm
IICLltTTl Oil VI alia l VI -i- t v-' -
Rawlins, Miss H. McMeans. Miss A.
M. WTadsworth, lira. R. B. Rietow, W.
Per stmr. Likellke, from Kahulul
A. M. Brown, Dr. Fitzgore, T. Patter
son, Mrs. Namamoto, K. Haiamoto,
Mrs. O. La u oho, Joe Kaene, Sister
Benedida, Sister Susanna,
Per stmr. Kinau, for Kauai ports,
July 16 G. Hofgaard, Mfas Ching Ho,
Mrs. Klamp. ;
CONSCIENCE DIDN'T HURT HIM
UNTIL BARBER HURT HIS FACE
Markino Sjlva's conscience didnt
hurt him a bit when he went into . Ka- j
rashia's barber hop on Luso street to ,
get shaved last Sunday morning1. v but ,
bis face did after Karashia . hadi com- j
pleted the operation. :
Karashia " was hailed before Judge.
Monsarrat thLs morning, and after the
complaining w itness told how Karashia
had even neglected to put any powder
on his face after shaving, the face of
the judge grew stern and he fined the
offending barber 10 and costs for Vio
lating the Sunday regulations. ; -
The Canadian Australian liner Ma
rama from Sydney by the. way of New-
Zealand and Fiji ports is expected to
arrive at Honolulu on or. about four
o'clock Tuesday afternoon and to. sail
for Tancouver at ten o'clock this even-. (
ing of the same day.
W. C, PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
Merchant, Near Fort ' .
uiivvv, ,is uue;-iu rnte ai me port
at an early hour tomorrow morning.
From Kona and Kail ports the In-
terisland steamer -Kllauea is due to
arrive at this port at an early hour
One thousand tons oriental freight
is going cut of the Japanese liner
Shinyo Maru and awaiting consignees
at Alakea whaff. .
Taking combustibles and explosives
the Interisland steamer Noeau will be
dispatched for 'usual windward Kauai
ports at five o'clock this evening.
Tuesday- will be a busy one in Inter
island circles, with the projected de
parture of three vessels for regular
ports of call, taking passengers and
general cargo. 1
The American Hawaiian freighter
Alaskan is reported to have sailed
vhhVv -rn T.1
rida3r- . Thls vessel is bringing in
from Seattle for Honolulu on last
V ' M 4. j . .J . B. 1
; It's tough luck when a sailor goes
on a vacation and gets seasick, .but
that's just w hat happened to the jolly I
The i newt order for physical tests of
officers of the navy and marine scorns
expected toarrive some time in Au-
' f?s to take uP their work at the Y. M.
j C. K. MICHENER, former sportin?
tditor f -the' Advertiser, is located in
Yokohama; according to a letter re-.
' ceived- by a' former associate. In his
letter Mr. Michener 'declares that he
will open a tea"hoTIse' In Yokohama.
CHARLES ROM w ho was thrown
and had ; his skull .'niclftd while ridingr
in trie . gentlemen's race at Kahul ui on
j the-Four thi is -reported. h- Maui . people
, in town to be completely recovering
from his Iniuries
Experience may.- be" a good teacher,
but just the same you had "better send
i . i
your children to school.
Many a poor man is a genius at de
vising .ways and means for spending
money. y ';y .
St. George Arm ' Chair Like
cut; good, room seat; extra wide,
flat arms; medium height back.
We make all style cushions
from $1.75 up ; -
AT. THE PORT
SICK ON TRIP
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China's repuniican form of govern
ment has come to stay, and the change
in the people is deep-rooted and per
Such are the conclusions resched by
a keen observer and one with varied
experience in the Orient, J. Clayton
Nichols, manager of the Negros-Phi-lipplne
Lumber company, who is a
passenger on the Shinyo Maru. Mr.
Nichols is on his way to the States
for a vacation trip, ana will return
in four or five months to a business
thtt is developing so rapidly he can
not fill all the demand for lumber.
"Ten or twelve years ago I was in
China, and last March I was in Can
ton "said Mr.. Nichols this morning,
comparing the Chinese of-today with
those of a . decade, ago. t "The change
is rmrrkable- In outward asnect"? it
j manifests itself in the desire to mod
ernize habits of living. In all the time
I was in Canton I eaw.only two Chi
nese wearing queues.' One of them
was a boy in a field. The other was a
bent old man.
"I was in Canton when the soldiers
were on guard on every .corner, and J
heare thst several hundred people had
been killed in a fight one day. but we
didn't see anything of the fighting.
"Dr. Sun Yat Sen is personally popu
lar and he represents a caoSe' that has
come to stay. There will le no snc
cessful attempt ; to; Testore the mon
: Mr. NichoW . operates principally in
the : southern' islands ; of the Philip
pines. Lumber .Is! In such demand that
he doesn't have to ship it to deal
ers, they are .willing to come to his
wharf and get it Tn"e lumber is used
for building, and for furniture. . Mr,
Nichols is a firm believer in the com
mercial future of the islands. While
in Honolulu. he visited an old acquaint
ance ,in the person pf C. G. Bockus.
They were together ' in far Canadian
Northwest In tlje time. Of the Klondike
boom. -V.".;- r
COSSACK RIDE , :
(Continued from Page 1)
'.';Of course it's a ticklish rjob to lay
odds; without hurting feomepe's , feel-,
ings, said .a racy trboper Jit discuss
ing the Cossack stunt TgXiess it'll
be policy , .to make colonels equal
choices - at about; 1 j to 3 lieutenant
colonels 9 io ,10, -majors even money
captains 5 to 3; s first lientenants 2 to
1, and write your own ticket on sec
ond lieutenants. 4 That's the sort of
slate that will.be, consistent with dis
cipline., We'll have the real figures
on he reverse slde, though, vand they
won't read anything like that, you'eare
bet. The only trouble with this sort
If you didn't
day's Honolulu Star-Bulletin:
"Prof. Seyerin Ousted" . . , v
"Sale of Spreckels' Property"
"Kilauea's Great Activity"
"Youngr Elopers Win Out" -
"Iorimer Ousted from Senate"
"Confirmation of Judge Dickey"
"Shingle As Delegate Is Plan"
"Auto Wrecks Motorcycle"
"Rapid Transit Pearl Harbor Bill
Progrsing" :j I
t HE ideal year-arund furniture for this country;' We have just re
ceived an unusually large shipment direct from the New York wil
low shops, exceptional designs at remarkably low ( prices CHAIRS,
ROCKERS, TABLES, SETTEES, FOOT STOOLS, JARDINIERES,
BASKETS, TRAYS, MAGAZINE STANDS, DOG BASKETS, BASSINETS,
Harbor Willow Arm Choir
See Window Display-
of a race,, though, is that It ain't reg
ular about fixing jockeys, and shoot
ing speed pills into the horses. The
touts can't peddle this sort of "info'
because everybody knows that it'll be
run on. the square. It's too bad. but u
don't suppose it can be helped-'
Hard on U. S. Nags.
-Rot," sale a high ranking ofTlcer
when asked his opinion of the riding
stunt It's meant to encourage officers
in buying high cla,ss mounts for them-
selves, tnd a good horse can do It
all right ; but- it's going to ruin some
of the government nags. The officers
may have to train ofT a few pounds,
but I guess they'll get through all
The date for the Cavalry and Field
Artillery steeplechaser at Schofield
hasn't been set as yet, nor has the
course been laid .out Some of the
youngsters are chuckling over the
chance to put their blooded stock over
the sticks, hut snmn nf the n'der mn
with large ftmllles and large opus deposits of public moneys or to the
hMtlly change the subject whenever postoffioe department's deposits, or
anyone tavs Cossack or steeplechase, savings bank moneys, or to both.
Here's the order that has caused "I may add that state and munfrl
all the pilikla: 'pal bonds are accepted at 90 per cent
"Commanders of Cavalry and Field of their par value, not exceeding
Artillery detachments or regiment Per cent of the market value. hW'j
at all ports and stations where vsych Hawaiian bonds, hitherto accepted at
mounted troops are serving will an- 00 per cent of par. Irrespective or mr r
nuallyAthls calendar year included) ket value, are now,;to be acepted at
conduct the officers of their com- par not .exceedlng tho market value.
raands over a course tfiree miles. , 11
length, and over rolling country when QLD FASHIONED REMEDIES,
practicable, with-an average of'threo ' -
obstacles to the mile miformly distri- t .irii.u
buted throughout the course within a Science in surgery and c i y
period of 11 minutes. The ix over- has advanced much in the p. st thirty
ground' obstacles wilt consist of logs, years, but the-treatment of disease by
brush and stone walls not less than the old fashioned remedies made from
three feet high of such stiffness that .roots and herbs, has. never been ,im
thev will break , when struck by the proved upon. - .
horsed feet I Tbls W be 8cpn by the Krrat 8,,c"
'The three ditches -will be six fet cess of'LydU E. Pinkhara's Wctahlft
wide and two and onerhalf-feet deep. Compound, made from roots and
Post commanders will fix the date of herbs, and known today as the great
this ride and the commanders, of de- remedy for female ill.- -
tachments of regiments will make re- No-akk woman doe3 Justice to her
ports thereof through channels to the self who will not try this famous med-
AQjuiant ueuerat oi iue riiuj. wm -
cers falling to finish within 15: sec
onds of the prescribed time , and On
cers not ridinK their own mounts y ill
be mentioned. by ntme in. the reports.t
. NEW BONd' ISSUE -
(Continued from ,Pg .1)
be accepted at market value, not tQ each, Peterson lane, Chang Sing archr
exceed their, par. Thus mo&t of the Rect Wong Wong builder. $H0).
bonds would be accepted at par, while LaU ghee, fourteen cottage, $S0O
a , few, namely, those bearing a low each, Beretanla street. Lee Hou arch
rate of intercut and Issued for .only Uect an(j builder, $11,200.
short terms, would be accepted at their Yuen-Tai Mun, stores and dwelling,
actual market value, which would be King street near Houghtailin road,
a' little below par but above 90 per. Yuen. Ah; Hoy, architect and builder,
cent,. ; . ' SlOOO: ' ' ' ; -
. "When :I reached California I ,rev - : r-
ceived a 'telegram saying' they .would Photo-rrq:raT!3 of hlrhri grai!ft
be accepted aU90.per..cent,But appar- can bp secure l frrn t! ? . 'r-IJallctln
ently the matter has, been considered rhoto-Enzratlr.ri.int ; ,
I 1 '
read in Satur
further and practical! the moolRrs
t Ion I proposed In my Chicago letter
has been adopted.
"This Is very latlafartor'y and utl
tend to increase the market value of
the bonds and should facilitate the salr
ol the new Lsue. Purchasers, nast
tnd prospec'ive were very anxious tt
fecure this modification, and wrrc t
follow up my request at Wishinston
; oy . presenung arguments rrcai U;r
standpoint. In its favor.
Conkllng'i Good Wo rH.
"As Conkllng did not reacti
York until Friday, spending more time
enroute lhan had been expected. It
may be that he got Into further com
munication with ,Qme of these fur
Chasers, and either talked the matter
over -with them In their home state
or proceeded with them to Wxthlns
ton. If this is the case, he has done
some very good work.
My calegram does not state vwheth-
' er these "privileges apply to Treasury
Buildins permits have been Issurd f
as follows since July 6: .
' Chun Pin, dwelling, Morris Ian.
Chang Sing architect, Wong Wons
Ieong Yew. two dwellings, $7uo
Curzon Chair An extremely
deep-seated, chair, with good,
high back and-clow woven base.
$15. ; :; ' -
We cart stain willow fur
niture any shade to match
any color scheme