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IripNoiLfULlf STARBULLETIN THURSDAY, XUO. 29, 19121 ! v
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I PIIAYERS, ENTREATIES OR BLUFF
FAILED TO LAND YATES IN HAVAII
Harold Yates, a,young Englishman,
who, armed "with prayer-book and! cargo. '
hymnal, declared that the Paradise of j Hind, Rolph & Company have with
tne Pacific bad been selected as the jn the last few months chartered a
promising field for future missionary number of- craft, which rested on the
endeavor, failed to connect with Ho-fmui of Oakland creek and put them
noiuiuar a passenger in we iacmc
here bright and , early this morning.
Yates is declared to have been the
ctim of a stern and unsympathetic
i ; ;vlctim
which was quite unwilUng to exchange J.fjTr'
tfansportauon across the Pacific for Sw?,eth?;K; mSJlSS.
a free passport into the "better land." J'er Wilhelmlna that is If Skipper Pe;
Vites ho boarded thflanchuria .ter Johnson can prevent it r -at
SiS 'Francisco -SInce the 8klpper 0? the elmla
?Lpt?dlose Wm?elf wUh i delega ' tomel tti nose oa a Party of Hono
route' to fields of activity Jn ; Japan t J ll iul
and China, was Onally singled out as rconth ao, the lid has beep clamped
a black sheep lamb's rrll v 'ZT
4 ' C . ' 4 arlty. It is rumored that an attempt
s Th J,n" proceeded well out had been made to lift a smaU corner
from, Xhe Golden Gate when Purser. of tQe Ud faring the passage from the
Bourne. in making Jxis . round-up tot lf lands, but nothing s developed, - l ;5:
Uckets, ran across Yates, sans trans-J Dr; j0hnrS. Mason, who completed
portatlon - and the necessary, where-. fcla flrst trlp as 8argeon,:was a bit dis
withal to purchase the same. - appointed because efTortsUo get Mg,
uiiiiaiuuiu ui a uiualv-tu inn n i 11111
v i"""" .r
needful coin r to ' make, the ' ship go
along smooth ly ; was : met by a placid
refusal. Yates declared that Paradise
was his destination. While this state
menrwas not disputed, the Rlanchuria jvanc8CO fi0'me of tne Women passen
offlda s possegsed some notions along -arranee(i -to annear Mn Certain
, uiese lines and gelded that the; par-
i - ticular Paradise' which Yates hoped
paciriCt . . : "... ' v . - V t . -'. '
' Capt Dan Friele Issued orders 'that
the ; wireless operator get Into touch
with the Pacific Mail liner Nile.V The
British steamship was overhauled on
the afternoon Of last Monday. Yates
; , , .was then told "where he got off.",.
U . 'The Yates effects were bundled into
,; !'8 ship's boat, and without any elabor
""-'ate farewell ceremony, the. young man
. masquerading under the . guise of a
missionary was rowed to the waiting
Nile,' bound ' for San Francisco. -.f ..; -
The statement was' made this morn
- ing that Yates acted as a man some-
what demented: He was apparently
without funds. Until gathered in by
the Pacific Mail officers he is alleged
i to have continually paced the deck
with a. prayer-book tucked under his
(arm. and maintained a , sullen silence
regarding himself and his destination.
,Toe Manchuria was the" first com-
inercial liner to use the new; Richards
street, wharf.' The vessel brought 727
i .; tcr.s,;o( freight for Honolulu,; :a place
having been made for the vessel by
' the removal of the Jbark Nuuanu. ,
" The, Manchuria ; arrived with .184
:', cahin,;44 Becond class ' and ' 100 Asi
C ctic steerage passengers, ot which 59
cabin and 17 second-class passengers
left the vessel at Honolulu. ,
Purser Bourne states that through
; cargo' totals about 4000 tons,mainly
large number of ports of the Orientl
Tae Manchuria .will proceed to. Ma;
una on this trip. , I
command. of Capt Paniel Friele.-the in lZMUnM XrT.i
s-, ?i : commodore 1 of the Pacific Mail ser-J Jj" SSt-Sr Jf Is
' .. vice and on the retired list. except at' Pff;
't, : such times when he is called upon to;?nf e " P8 ,betwe5n SeatUe
fill a-temporary yacancy such as this,' Mf:s!r:
Captain Andrew Dixon. the Manchu-
- ria's regular commander, has , been
: : - The Manchuria's passengers include crs Alameda and the.Mariposa, which',
; the usual number of tourists,' many J ' years figured In the Oceanic line t
0 business men. a lot of Insular em- between Honolulu and - the CtoasU
, ployes, about SO missionaries and ak,IlISnt he withdrawn from the Alaska
" Russian count - Among the passen-: roule during the winter season. v ,
; ' " gers were some prominent Honolulu From i what could be learned ; today,1
p0pl , .. v i California ' shipowners and ' agents;
' The Honolulaps who arrived on the Wre ; responsible for the effort being
Aiancnuria inrning it i euneV' rec- a
Jlonolulu banker, and his family, and popular liners Into he direct San
' Abraham Lewis Jr., vice' president and Franclsco-Puget Sound trade,
manager of the Bank of Hawaii. F. 1 . . r Oi' . .. ".
S. Morse, an employe In the Pacific Lurllne ' For Kahului Tomorrow.
f ,v Mail, company's Kobe office, Is a pas- ' The last of a large cargo of general
, senger on the liner. r -" - . v' merchandise and material for Pearl
Mrs. Herman Jt Hall, curator of the Harbor construction work will be dis
.u" 5. Chicago academy of fine arts, is a;CDa'rged from the Matson. Navigation
' passenger on the liner to Hongkong, steamer Lurllne tomorrow' ' eveni
. , ?i,She is accompanied by Mrs. Adelaide ana- that vessel is scheduled to depart
S. FIske, a Boston society woman. Mrs. .jor, Kahului at eight o'clock in the
' : W. B. Cllne and. two daughters and evening. According to expectatlons of
Miss Helen Montague, all of Los An- castle & Cooke the agents, the ves-
r geles, are passengers on the liner. 6f) wm return from Kahului hy Sun
; . v Among the .i missionaries - are Mrs. y morning. The Lurline is to sail
W. B. ,Honslnger. Who. Is theprinci- for San Francisco ht 6 o'clock Tues
, pal of a school in the Interior of China, evening
. CoL C.' II. LauchheImer; .tJ. S. XL C r
:reHi!!,..., J Friele on Manchuria.
Cotfnt. Vladrmir Ledochowskl, who,
with - E. A. M; Lalng of England and
Lalng's valet Is making a trip around
the world. ;
Freight Charges to Soar,
T w .
rVthat the present-demand for ships for
It is forecasted in shipping circles
all classes of freight will soon result He ,eTeg Ca Andrew Dixonf
in im immediate increase in rates Al- who haa been ted , of aD
though the lumber industry has called sence f one voya
for" every available vessel on the 1 k
coast-the situation has become criti- American-Hawaiian Mbvements.
cal4 for; shippers,, as there is a big The American-Hawaiian freighter
demand for ships to handle the grain Missourian with general cargo for dis
: of the Pacific coast charge at Island ports is at Hilo and
. v For years,, the so-called .boneyard3 the steamer. Is expected, will sail for
on the coast have been filled with Salina Cruz tomorrow evening, taking
craft which it was generally believed the regulation twelve thousand tons
j had found ;thelr; final place of rest, sugar, and several hundred tons pre
and would never again plow the seas, scn-ed pineapples. The MIsourian is
" Within the . last few months, how- expected to carry 30,000 cases of pines
ever many of them have been put in.- destined for "the United States, and
to comiiiissiuA . . ww..,.. kj
' . , (JAS. H.
tf Trans fer
C- tang streeV PP u,n,0fl 01
t various Pacific coast! Dorts laden rwilh
lnt0 commission for the transporta-
"on of barley.-Chronicle.
enn.,. ffthn. tu. n n. i ia
. 8H&P'' i05"f " Sit5..?nIe,L,d:
TVivo rA 'i. v.. i 1 - i
entertainment like that he had - be.
come used to on - the liners " 6f Toycr
Kisen Kai&ha proved unsuccessful.'';5
At a masquerade held a few, nights
before the wilhelmlna arrived at San
slcnnmg costumes, but were infbrmed
that gjpper Johnson frowned upon
i such costumes and contended : them-
I selves bv aDnearine In conventional
"dress. . -? ; : - ,
Nippon Medical Officer Aided by
..Wireless.."' ; . v. -4 ' ;.
By the aid of r the wireless,; Dr.
Otis B. Spalding, ship Burgeon aboard
the liner Nippon' Maru, successfully
staved off the impending sale 4 of his
San Francisco property that had been
attached recently by his former wife,
Agnes M, Spalding, for $600 back ali
mony. Mrs. Spalding obtained the
Judgment . before Judge George ' Ca-
J11188 Jun 17 when Doctor Spala
ing was at sea, according to report
brought by the Manchuria, but; At
torney H. W. Glensor got in airwave
touch i with ' the ' doctor" and soOn af
terward filed an affidavit that caused
Judge Trabucco - to '' grant , a stay ; of
execution for ; SO days.
The affidavit of the attorney i con -
talned the notice v that he . - would
move for ar modification ? ; of Mrs.
Spalding's final decree on the grbund
Mrs. Spalding's ; xonduct " : snce i the
granting ; of the Interlocutory decree
had. beeji such , as .not to entitle; her
to any support. - ', : ' ; : m
Mrs. . Spalding sued for diyorce . ih !
stote-K 1911. She duwffiJ?iS
, cruelty. Mrs, vSpal4ing IsVliyng, in
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New Service for Alameda and
.MarDOta ,.. : . ,..... .-: :-;
S w S SS
Manchuria, now at tbeport, is author-
, ity. for the statement that the steam-
An officer In the Pacific Mail liner,
w uum wisci mm uiuio,vui um uu ui iw ouu ivu
of the Pacific Mail fleet, who stays
ashore except when needed to fill in I
nt iKrin...vAm r , i,W. D. Mead, Dr. J. E. McKHIop, Mr.
la known because of his extreme cau-
tltmmtmM rprnvPrA, Ppntiv frrtm an'ecK' rE?sl terson, Mrs. w.
.uw.v.fc wa.. ...o...
Full moon August 27 at 9:28 a. m.
Honolulu, T. H., August 29, 1912t
Temperature 8 a. ni.,78. Minimum
last, 76. Barometer at 8 a. mJ, 29J9.
Relative Hudldlty; ? a: m, 60.
Wind 6 a. m 15E; 8 a. m 10E,
10 a. m., HE, 16 noon, 12NEL. Move
ment, past 24 hours 302. Dew-point at
j t .'DL, 63. - Absolute Humidity, ,8 a.
nw 6.166. Total rainfall v dcrlng; past
2i hours, TV.v:;T:;V V;.a- .u IX-,-'
,yESELS TP AND . . , ;
yecm vaoie is jierczaBU' ,
iokuhama Amyea, .ugusi ss, p
v S. Siberia hencesfc J.7i ?
SAN DIEGOr-Arrived, : August -29 a.
f S.v Alaskan,' from
na Cruz.- , -
U. 8. S.: CRUISER MARYLAND sails
for Yokohama" Friday, 1 p.;m. V "
Manchuria Sailing at FJve This Even-
A'large quantity of mainlan d freight
brought to the port In the Pzrlfic Man
liner Manchuria Is being discnaff ed at
the new Richard street wnarr., ine
Mflnchurla; is" scheduled to depart tor
JTspan and China at five o'clock this
. evening. Tne wonomm cargo lnciuue?
lit packages wines and spirits, 2 Su
itomobues, 1500 cases sugar, zii nags
'potatoes, ' 250 iron pipes, .3500 bags
b&riey, 750 oaies nay, w cases cigar
ettes, 250 "kegs white and red lead; 216
packages merchandise, 793 cases soap,.
2296 bags sulphur, and 9 parcels, w
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painag to the Irwin. ;
It Is reported that: the brig W. G.
Irwin, : .which was scuttled' at San
Francisco In order to quench, the fire
.in her lime cargo, will be taken north
for repairs. Most of the lime has been
'taken out of the Tessel and. she has
' been foupd to have sustained consid-i
erable damage as a result of the insld
Ions : work ; of the lime. . The deck
beams, knees . and heeK of ;the .main
mast are in bad shape and mbst'of the
beams will, have to be replaced. , i
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Marion Chllcott Sailed for the Coast
dispatched for Gavlota shortly after 10
o'clock this morning! . The vessel and J
her cargo of oil came to this port con
signed to the local branch of the As
sociated Oil Company. : 'l
hilonlfn DuV On Monday.
Hifri rw univionaay. v ,
Matson Navigation steamer
way of Puget, Sound ports is due to
Inr to late : advices " received at the
agency of Castle & Cooke. 'The Hllo
hian is bringing down a large cargo of
merchandise and lumber destined for
Several island ports. V " ; "
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Mexican Jo Arrive In. The Morning.
With a large shipment of mainland
freight leaving theJ east, coast ' of .'the
United States in tne American Hawal;
Ian ,, steamers Oreganion and Texan
the freighter "Mexican is due to arrive
9t .Honolulu tomorow mornihg.
Per VP. M. S. v S.; Manchuria from
San Franclsco-rFor Honolulu: iiliss
Lucille Alderdlce, R. W. Atkinson,
K'A. Back Miss Ada E. Rentier, Mrs;
E. T. Bickerton,:E. W. Rowes, Jr.;
Miss Ullian Boyd, Mrs. E. B Bridge-
Water, Mr. and Mrs. Willard E,'
Brown. Everett Brown. Miss W.Sof soda. snlDhur or other simflarma
Brown, Miss M. Clough, Mrs. M. F.jterials so stored shall, at the expense
Cummlngs, Miss Susie K. Eubank, of the consignee, be under the con
Robert Fricke, Mrs.- B. Fiillerton,' tinuous care of a competent watchman
Miss Helen Fullerton, Mrs. Mildred,
Gear, Mrs. Mary W. Gunn, D. H.
Hitchcock, Miss M. L. Hopoer, Mrs.
U S. Kiag, Mrs. S. B. King. J. C.
Kltchin, Col. C. H. Lauchheimer, Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Leister, Mr. and Mrs.
.A. Lewis. Jr., Mrs. A. V. Locke, E.
B. Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Lyon,
a w , rr,
Geo- ? P?weU, Mrs. Mary;
M. Robhards, H. Rohrig, Rev. and!
Mrs. J. O. Warner, Allan Wilcox, Miss
Clara Wilson, A. P. Wright J. de Bie
Leuveling Tjeruk, Mrs. E. V. Asay,
B. Beans, Miss Mary W. Chappel, C.
A. Graham, E. Lyons, ' Mr. and Mrs.
H. Michaels, Miss M. Michaels, Mrs.
Jane R. Williams.
Per P. M. S. S. Manchnriaftor Japan
and China Dorts. Aug. 29. Mrs. C. E.
Ndrris, David Rush, Wm. Levin, R.
D. Mead, Harris Doder, L. Barckausen,
Geo. H. Fairchild, CoL D. J. Stover,
Rene Clarel, M. F. Lindenmeyer, Ed.
Warfield, L. Warfield, Donald C. Kent,
John S. French, J. Frank.
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, for Kauai
ports, Aug. 29 F. F. Bechert, Mrs.
Bechert Miss Mumford, G. E. Mar-
Bright boy for work in printing office.
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5-fN fmri mi ail An fta
Quartermaster of Manchuria
Arrested with Tins'of Drug
. Hidden op Persgn
Arrested by Customs Inspector Cam
eron as he stepped off the;! gangway
from the steamship Manchuria; Alfred
Stanes, a quartermaster of that ves
sel,, was searched this morning and
found to be carrying seven tins of con
traband opium, concealed in two
pouches wrapped around his back
under his clothes. v
Attempting to dissemble with a look
of . surprise, the man, in response to
the questions of his captors, declared
he had "found the tins on the ship's
deck." Custom Inspector Stackable
' says the tins hire a marketable' value
of about each, or a total value for
the quartermaster load ' of about
1120. : w--- - '
This Is the third arrest in two days
made In the recently renewed war on
the notorious : "Opidm.' Ring! by the
Federal xustomar officials. " ;
- It!ls intimated that the n arrest of
?tanes,' which Is L said to rhave been
made on adylce ? from- the San Fran
cisco Inspectors, may lead to revela-
tions concerning the $5000 opium1 ship-
wcui uiawverea m man poucn ar
riving .in- Honolulu - frbin k the Orient,
severalxdays ago the meanlcgr ;of
which lias pnzsled the Federal offi
cers ever'slnOe it 'Was fouhdi
pieets this afternoon, will take up the
cases of :GeOrge Chrdhes and" Chris
wioseurec, wup were rresiea aooara
the' Iongolla yesterday.-? Among the
witnesses "Summoned 'to appear before
the inquisitorial body in connection
seph Leal, former
rmer chief of detecUves
of ! Honolulu, and Hen Wise" and' Mrs.
Hen .Wise, actors ' who liaye ben ap-
shall, C p. Gray, Mrs. G. . E. .Bruns,
Miss ; ifary Akana, Walter McBryde,
P. A. Alexander, Miss B. Anderman,
J M. Lidgate, Mrs. ? Thos. Cffoird,
Miss Clifford. 7.; ; ? . -.V : W -
Per' stmr. Claudine for Maul and
Hawaii ports, Aug. 30 Owen Wil
liams, Rlchard; Quinn, Miss R. White
head, Miss H. Williams, Ej Lyons, S.
Keliinoi, Miss M :Kahalelio, Aft Ping,
E. H. Wodehouse, H. Olson, D. G. May,
F. Pratt, E. H. Nogle, Rev. J. W.; Wad
man, Bro. Joseph, Rev. Frohniuller,
Mrs. Y. Young, K. Kagawa, S. Masakl,
W. ' J. jCoelho, M:M. Medelros: , fi.
Per strnn; Mauna v Kea: for Hllo d
rect, Aug llft Barring, Dr.. C. B.
High, P. liLThonipsonr: H.. White, J.
Lomas,tD. Selfridge, G. Clarkc'Wt li.
Parker, "XJ. GorgJMlss ijL H.- Curtis,
Mrs. K. M. ; Yatesi " Miss J. E. Ryan,
Geo.' p. Guild. Iflss B.", Taylor, E. p.
Murray,: Ed." Stiles,": Mrs. L. Lt Sextoni
Col. Sam JohnsOn Mr. . and Mrs.-JJ O.
Warner, -A? P, Neff, Q. Nakamura-w:'
1 pearing at a local showhouse for sev:
Government Water to Be 3tut Off.
The Government water will oe shut at the instance of Quartermaster Gen
off from 10 a. m. to 4 p; m. on Friday, eraj Ayleshlre. , . i
August 301912; in the district of Kai- rhe chairmen. of the respective
5??M' JdJPah"lu' KaatewsJ. military; -affairs committees ' of the
Diamond Head; and Kapiolanl Park j House and Senate extended counte
while making connections, to the new ; Bieg wnIcn assisted Jneettine the biU
J. M. LITTLE,
Superintendent of Honolulu 'Water
REGULATIONS: GOVERNING THE
DISCHARGE- OF NITRATE OF
ern a cm nunD a un ; nriieo '
XiiY'i? ambYai b i7b
OF HAWAII, AS
GUST 28, 1912.
21. No nitrate of soda, sulphur, , or
other similar materials shall be stor-
ed, awaiting transportation, upon any
wharf within the Territory of Hawaii,
unless the same be packed in sound
and non-leaky containers. All nitrate
Masters, owners and consignees of
nitrate of soda cargoes, sulphur or(
nthir fmilnr matpriala must keen the
i wharf at nil Hmos swpnt flpnn And
free of any loose nitrate of soda, sul
phur or other similar materials during
the entire process of unloading and
removing the cargo. No loose nitrate
cnHa ...Inhim nr nthor similar mj.l1 ..oi.
' , ,-ttoH n u i.oh
- 'r'T, .'Z.r
or other similar materials must be
ships in sound containers.
. f rfiow-Mr,
During the process
or removing said cargoes, it shall be
Obligatory on the part of the ship or
agents of said vessel, to provide water
containers of not less than fifty (50)
gallons each at intervals of not less
than fifty (50) feet apart with suit
able buckets placed alongside each
1 container; Mid containers to be filled
I with a solution of water and nitrate
of soda to be used in the case of fire.
Anv norenn' rtr nartinns tlThn fiha.ll
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violate the above Regulation snail De
guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be
subject to the penalties as 'provided
by Section 9, Act 163 of the Session
Laws of 1911.
Chairman, Board of. Harbor Commis
sioners. EMIL A. BERNDT,
Secretary, Board of Harbor Commis
sioners. I AdoDted by the Board of Harbor
Commissioners on August 28, 1912.
eral weeks. " ' ' -.
The ' bono? of Chrones and Cora
george has been set at $1000 each,
but . no "hair was forthcoming, this
morning- and both were -stin In cus
tody. Attorney MT.: Rawlins has
appeared as counsel' for Chrones, -? r
1 Chrones is. to be arraigned before
the U. S. Commissioner Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock, and his alleged
partner in the smuggling Is to receive
his preliminary hearing at the "same
hour Monday mcrsins.J ' ' V
ness though he ; was plainly antago
nistic to Dr. Willyoung. Vans Agnew
testified at some length concern ji
the authorship of the article, giving t
details S3 to it preparapon with" ex
actness. The cross-examination twas
along the line of bringing out whose
ideas were used in the Journal article
and whether the" two' veterinarians
had discussed the subject touched on
in the writing prior to its appearance.
Dr. Vans Agnew was positive In his
statements regarding authorship, but
hot so "definite as to when he and Dr.
Willyoung had had a conversation
concerning th subject. 4 4 v;
Capt. EdwaM A. Sturges, the Adju
tant of the llth Cavalry, the next
witness, was Wtrtected'to introduce
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certain paperfc plating to an invest!-
gation made b'f 'i a jpr ; McClure . some
weeks ago coi, rning L the' - whole
tangle Of the three warring doctors.
Gibson" Scores Point. 7f .; j'V wt
.Captain Gibson In ' an-' argument 'p
support of .his objection ' to this ? te
port os Major Mcciure being consid
ered by the "court 'either wholly or, in
part; ' worsted the Judge - Advocate;
as, after deliberation; in .closed ses
sion Gibson's v ob jectloa was sustained
This turn of the case necessitated a
change in ' Ueut , Wells' plan . of at
tack and he ;so' 'announced .that fact,
reqfosUriiVhnUf today, at ; 1 :2Q This
It also developed thai the presepce
of Majof 'McClureV n6w-'on 'maneuver
duty in California, will 'be. required ;
and that former Lieut. Howell of the
Medical' Corps tyho lately J resigned
from tlae ; serVlce; but whose present
address ; is unknown, wU j 1 be ' an liri-
portant - witness fof the-' prosecution.
rThe three cases promise to be long
i.lK iZZL ilT"ZZ5 tV-
misher 8, no ' "rapid " progress ! towards
completion is 'expected particularly
if adiourment. be taken to await Jthe
arrival of Major McClure and the se
curing of Dr. Howeirs testimony iby
R. T. LIKE TO
(Continue bfrom. Paqe 1), J j
four and a half; miles that " take - the
new line to the naval reservation at
Pearl Harbor.- ; Mr. Peck said:
Courtesies in ' wash! naton. T'X
"X received every courtesy rat V the
hands of .the War Department, "and lt
required ;a number ;of interviews ; to
straighteh out the former misunder
standings' but ' when " all the salient
points to be covered - had been thoiS
Oughly discussed, I found5 the officers
of the general staff most cordial and
willing to expedite the passage of the
remodeled bill. ' ;? ; -:. ;-: ;..'
. T ; feel under special gratitude to
General "Leonard1 Wood? chief of staff,
and to Major J. M. Carter, secretary
of the. general -staffs also ' to Captain
Hartmann of - the 'quartermastef gen
eral's department who went into the
wholA mftttr wfth srreiit - tiartfenlarltv
thrmiff-h tho'-rlmA fnr : ant inn ruatns'
Aft-' "m. . ' . ' ' i ' At ' - .
really very brief as - the session was
nearly concluded. ' ' ; ' ,
Fort Kamehameha Extension.
"The question of 'extension to . Fort
Kamehamena" is to. be taken up at
once by our ' company. It is our In-
' tention to build to that point
Fort Kamehameha it is a question of
adjustment ' , ' ' .
"Details of construction will not be
determined upon until after the direc
tors can meet ' '
Vi'he political pot was boiling brisk
ly all over the country and all three
j parties were making great claims. The
rait men not only tnink tney nave a
fighting chance, but expect most con
fidently to win back, on sober second
thought, a large number f those who
have been led away by the first calls
of the Bull Moosers.
"I visited the Republican national
convention in Chicago, spending a
week there in June, as there was no
chance then to get anything ddne in
Washington. Later I visited my for-
my worK m wasmngion was anisnea
' attended to other business matters
York City and Boston.
I . ?W,7, 7k, JT,,
! old classmateasfnMilwaukee of thirty
Then I hada reunion with some
mree years aguue auu iiau a coauuc
to see the wonderful development of
that beautiful German-American city.
I came to the Coast on the Olympian,
the new crack train of the Chicago,
Milwaukee and St Paul to Puget
Sound. I spent a day in Seattle and
""V" ?' "HT 'JVV7S
"The voyage home in the Manchuria
was delightful, but the greatest joy to
us all is to return in, good health to
our Island home."
Negotiations which have been pend
ing for some time were concluded to
day when it was announced that the
control of the Hollister Drug Co. has
been acquired by A. W. Myer, control
ling owner of the Chambers Drug Co.
Tho a nnnnnppmpnt HnP.n not Stale
'whether the stores will be operated
separately or be consolidated.
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VliO'S VHO Oil
Thirty missionaries, a half hundred
round-the-world tourists, a delegation
of employes of the Philippine ftsular
government, returning from vacations
spent on the mainland," and a rea, live
Russian count, are numbered among
the 184 cabin and 44 second-class pas
sengers who reached Honolulu early
wis morning in the bis Pacific Mail
liner Manchuria. ' V - '
' Fifty-nine first class and IS second
class passengers left the vessel at'ihl?
port, among them1 being a number of
prominent Honolulu people who .have
been absent In the, States on business
A stay of nearly twelve hours at
this port afforded the through passen
gers In! the Manchuria an ' abundant
Opportunity of v4ewlng the scenic de
lights of the island at first hand.
There was a lively demand for pro-
kwwa nvmiuio as um Uiv CACvUliU
traveler upon the arrival of the liner
i at the quarantine anchorage this mi r n-
lh the long list of passengers to ir-"
rive In the'Matichuria were noted the
foUowingf -vV-:-. V- v . -:
R- W. Atkinson, connected with the
HaWailan 'Dredglhs: CO.; is back to his
home after-a ' trlp'abroad. r--yr::.
W. EC Brown, wife, son 'and dausr.-
ter have returned to their island home, f
a two and a . hair years absence Irom
theIslandsi "rt--S.-' - in
CaU'Cj H. Laughh'elnef bf the U H.
marines t is also- a ; pas3enger tor Ho
holulu and will return to the Coast oa
the Ventura. While In Honolulu he U
to iriake an 'Inspection -of the' inarina
corps.' r-.T.? :.'.;rAr;ir-. r'?
'v i Mc.? anijr MrsTAr Lewis Jr., who'ha7e
been touring in Europe and Air: erica,
are lome after almost enjoyat la trip.
L -Tenney Peck returned in tlte
Manchuria, after a trip to V?shln
ton, D.' C; having put thrcnh a till
forthe extension of tho Rajii Transit
line to pearl Harbor. f He t is accom
panied by his fe,'son and Mrs. a: V.
Locke. r.: :r.;:.;r ; u , - ; & -
W. D.' Mead ' and A.' P. " WrishV pas
sengers in ' the Manchuria, come to
join-the firm of Wall & Dousherty.
These men are classed as experts in
their line Of business, and 'have been
connected with Messrs: S!i'reve & CO.
of Saa': Francisco for' many years. .
iChalmers rA.f Graham, the V4?!!-
known representative of the Valvolln 1
Oil Co. of New York, is on hi3 annual
trip to the Orient in the Manchuria.
He will spend three weeks in the Is
lands, -calling on the plantations, lie
wears the same old smile. - - ; ; v
. VR. R. Hoge, ,the Portland 'manager
of the -United 'States Steel "Products
Co Is making a trip to ' the Orient
on account of his health. He is
cpmpanied by his wife and daughter. ;
Mrs. Emma D. Lewis and her.diusra
Its ddi'dou ;
'iSkxi-iMfe. gives', fimsIi4Qr. the. :
vi-.JU ..- At;i..t' v ..1-
'i, 'f 4
' - ;
H GEX.' IIAUTTTLLH COriTI0: :!
t SLHillTLt WPKOVri)
a The readltlon of General A. S. n
a nartwrlU who Is seriously l:i at n
hl4 home, wa reportM at tssa
It today to be slightly laproteU.
The steamer Cuailn
wh rcinrmi i cri-j cirr rr-i
H of hh teuUj front Hawaii t ) ! '
be dsUe, -! expected ta . arrlv ,
5$ seme tlrie (hh aftcrri v.: n
Xt3IrC Sorenson and 'II rs." Ortrr, ::
8 two daughters ef Gen. HartwrlL t:
tin n tiK at
- . . . m . - t .
Thirty-nve husdred dollars, to
spent on Manoa streets and tz.Z$
fore the end of the year. Is tto jr;
ise that Manoa residents hare e:cu
from' Chairman Dw!s!:tJcf th? eu;
visors 'road coanittc3K :icC: :i-a :
Low-., V . ' . .
vAf least," the llar.ca'lcsi:rs l:Y.
that the prorJsg v IH-t 3 r - ' - ;:j
noon tomorrow by t-a ir.tr. . .::r.
a: resolution to that c:::ct ! :1
Kthese three inflUc-t:-.! r - cr
board.' -Sons of tha :;
will. be. 'on tar.i tt t: ? :
feature to ths r - -corpor-ti:n
cor.tri--t!:rr 1 '
ths rise.:. ::t' c " '
whsrt hs c!::!:' ;
rossV vvha Is r :
a;sir;t t$ t ?
afi Cif C:---i .
th2t;ths J -'
ter.nirs :r-i r
a tcr cf ti.3 . . .
Mis 3 paNcca cr j :
clscar.3. Tt?y c;
F. W. Dear-:! ?.
Cisco, and llr3. ,
stmce Clin ?, : : :
laest in so:!:!
D. A. Ccr.r.:::y
prominent C:n l'r;r::
ing a tour cf v, cr:i
Count Vl-imlr L I:
Ush noilerian, 13 tr:.v;'
world -and IntcnJa r:
In In5o-Ci!r.i. wh- - '
-largs can 2. r : lz r ;
aa-irope l.y lr.tfi:3 to
a!:o tera to
nlz-i ty E. A.
get n: :d ct: