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JIpXOLULtr STAR BULLETIKWEDNESDAY, OCT. 1013.
0111 BRINGS jIATEIllAL.
ll iP PPPP PPjFl w I
Much material for Pearl Harbor Is
included in the three thousand tons
shipment ot cargo that arrived this
n'ornlng in (he Matson Navigation lin
er Honolulan. : - f t
In addition to one hundred and fifty
tons of United States got era mental
supplies, a big consignment of aiphal
tum and cement has been received
which .will be transferred to the new
natal station at Pearl Harbor! J
4- Captain Fred Dennett, master of the
Hctson Navigation chartered vessel
It-froTted good weather,' with favorable
'winds and fair to moderate seas.? .
Sixty cabin passengers stepped
ashore, from the popular liner when
that Teasel came to a berth at Hack
f eld wharf before eight o'clock this
inomlnsA i V " :- t v H ''-.'
The prediction is made that at least
sixty percent of the travelers can be
, 'liitei, as tourists, which indicates that
the Honolulan Is Justly a favorite witn
the newcomer to the islands. . '
k 1 ilthe Honolulan has 350 tos 'general
cargo for Kahului and It is the pres
ent Intention to dispatch the vessel
fox the Maui port on Friday evening.
The local postoffice received inree
' hundred! and ten sacks later mail from
the mainland. Several passengers to
t .Arrive from the coast will continue the
t Journey .to Australia taking passage in
V the Canadian Australian liner Zealan
din for the Antipodes on Thursday aft
, eraoon.'. . . -- --vf
f. tA new: wireless man . is aboard the
, :- liner, in order to comply with the new
v Federal .regulation which went Into ef-
, feet on October 1st ; Operator Edward
Mohl will take a shift with Purser aid
operator Levey. , -- :. -- v-i-s
The Honolulan also has a new .third
' offlcer.in the person of Fred Douglas
' who joined the . vessel! at' San IFran-
. . Cisco. .;'
, One interesting item In the freight
list is a shipment of fifteen prize bill
.' locks, which Are to be transhipped to
. Waul for the Raymond Ranch. Eben
, Low Is looking after the stock; at thta
point Three trained police dogs from
' Germany and consigned to Paul Isen
Urg, arrived In .the liner. :
jRterisland Arrivals. ; .... ;,.'.:...
-f ai'- Two Jnterisland arrivals at the port
t tbls morning were recorded In the W.
Q. Hall from Kauai and the Claudine
from Maui and Hawaii ports. .The
Hall "returned wlUTsonSe sugar mining
n'kttiaery. for repair .also a i Quantity
of empty containers and 37 packages
Kundries. ". The - vessel Is reported to
have met with .fine weather, along the
coast' or f Kauai with choppy seas in
- crcMlng- the channel.' , ;.i 'f
-r The ' Clandihe brought a 'general
' cdf o' Including 26 cords wooer, ltW
.''''bating blocks, 271 pieces of hard wood
I'Smbcr; a Quantity ''of empty bottles,
;t arena and kegs, SO sacks charcoal, 4
'" head hogs and J73 packages sundries.
;: Ttrrsef Kibling reports the Matson
- ..Navigation steamer Enterprise at Hito
here'a considerable quantity of gen
eral mainland cargo -is being discharg
. rd 'The barKunanu' is,.' being su'
plied with hafd v wood : railway tlei
. while the schooner Spokane lies at the
"wnarf awaiting the discharge of a
shipment of Puget Sound lumbeiv'Xhe
tchooner Kon4 from Anuklnl has ar
f?ved at Hana, Maul according to the
r; purter's report ' - ; --'
Mainly Pines and Passengers.
Pines and passengers occupied the
. attention of the staff bt officials cob
nected Mth the Matson 'Company b
. .. fore the dispatch y of the Irncr Wil
. helmtna for San Francisco at ten
o'clock this, morning. Between sixty
and getenty .'cabin passengers - trere
enrolled as travelers to the mainland
In the well known liner. 7
v Yher.lrelght!? list included less thaii
a thousand tons sugar, as i he. season
ls practically drawn to a close.; Un-
Ul the movement of the 1813 crop be
gins, the Matson steamers like other
vessels trading between the islands
and the . mainland, will depart with
. rather light cargoes. 4 , -v t '?r-i
The AVilhelttina ' was 'given' -' 4500
bunches of bananas to - be' landed at
the California city In; prim condition.
f, .y'.-,- A shipment of sixteen thousand
5 y cases of preserved - pineapples made
up a goodly portion of the freight in
- the several holds, ' The departure of
" the vessel from Hackf eld wharf was
. an event which drew many people to
"the waterside. The Wilhelmina was
. ; given a .large accumulation' of rdall
'destined! for the mainland.
Zealandia To' Arrive Tomorrow Morn-
A late wireless, message received at
the agency ot T. H. Da vies and Com-
psny is to the effect that the Canadian
. Australian liner Zealandia from Van
couver and Victoria will arrive off the
hwbor; at anx. early hour tomorrow
; morning. ; This vessel is ; destined f ot
Australia by the way of Auckland and
Suva and win be - dispatched for the
Antipodes on or about three o'clock
. in the afternoon. The Zealandia will
carry a few passengers from Honolulu
jro Australian ports.
Marama Left Varied Cargo.
; The Canadian-Australian liner . Mat-ami
was delayed In sailing for Vic
toria and Vancouver last evening nritll
ICIni CCm p Union Grill
shortly before 10 o'clock, owing to the
receipt of five thousand cases of pre
served pineapples destined for-! the
north Pacific coast of the United
States' .1. ;' ? ;.; -r ' $ h - ;
During the stay of tho Vessel at the
port shipments f .1256 sacks 'of sul
phate of amfhoila, 30 cases riff Jam,
211 sacks of dried blood and 25 cases
of dairy produce from Australia and
New Zealand were discharged.
The Vessel had 'room for all appli
cants for transportation to British Co
lumbia. A fair list of passengers join
ed the Marama at this port
Schooner Mary Foster Departs
For. the Sound.
After discharging nearly a million
feet of lumber af this port, tie' Amer
ican schooner Mary E. Foster was
dispatched for Puget ? Soond ports
this morning. .The Mary E. Foster
arrived here on September 1 2 with fc
cargo consigned to the loeal branch
of Allen & Robinson. The vessel sail
ed in ballast
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Hercules Completes Passage.' f
The Tug Hercules has reached Sap
Francisco after a passage of nine day
from Honolulu. This vessel J brought
the pontoon for a floating crane which
Is to be Installed at Pearl Harbor. The
Hercules sailed from Honolulu on Sep
Tuesday. Octobers. -,-.- r.
Sydney via Auckland and Suva---
rama, C-A. S, U 2 p. m. ; f
Wednesday. October 9.-' i
'. .San : Francisco Honolhlak M.;l
S. SlJ g SL '. BL i--f, S : "5? V.-.
Hawaii, via Maui ports Claudine,
str., a. m. i, '' ?
' Kanai ports w. u. nail, stmr.. a.
Hawaii ports Likelike, stmr., noon.
Hawaii ports I walani, stmr., noon.
Kauai ports Kinau, stmr S p, ml
Maui, Molokal and'Lanal porta Mi
kahala, stmr 5 - p. nu ,: . .: ! ?
Vancouver ; and Victoria Marama,
C.-A. S. S., 8 p. m.
r: ti Wednesday, October 9. - - ft
San I Franctsco Wilhelmina, M. N.
SS.;.10 a,' m. '":-.. " r "'w''-
; Hilo via way -' ports Mauna Kea,
stmr., 10 a. m. -
, ' PASSEJOIES DXPAKTED
1 ..I, 1. ir k i
5 ' Per? str.; Mauna 'Kea, for ; Hawaii
and Maui ports, Oct s.--Mr; and Mrs.
Geo. P. Cooke and N three dhlMren
and mald;r Mrs. J; Ki models child
and irtald, A. B. Cfark, A, W. Eames,
H.- WM.' Mist, ' Mt". k and Mrs. 'Keau
Kailikini, ; a F White?, H. Decker, A
P Peterson, : J. A. Keystone, C. V A,
Bruns, A. C Wheeler, J. .L. Fleming,
W,'Ff .Wilson, TL , A Yofung, SUM.
Spencer,1 Mlss Ahrens i :ah4 party,
Mrs. It: J. Myers, M. H. Chop, T. M.
Kon. Mrs. Lorrin Andrews, W.x C.
Campbell, J. W. Weinberg, Robert
Hind, TT.-nr: Daval, ; Lottie ! Rapoza R.
Ii Morris; E. R.- Hand,MraC F. Ima
mtora, MTs. K.' - kumi; Mr.1 and ' Mrs.
M. E. Lutz, Mrs. Annie Bright 'and
infant, J. H. Maby. K. Ito, H. TsUru
shima,. Mrs. 'iF. C. -Voller, Master
Voller.i f 3 r KI ..:
' f-m o
I - PASSE5GEES ABEJTEd"
PeT M. N. S. S. Monoflrian from' Sail
Francisco-For 4 4 Honolulu i T: 1 i E.
Cfadyr Mr. and Mrs. A. Cartwright,
aitsa' J.'Cartwftght J,' O; ;Crane, Miss
Nell 1 Dlsert, Jas. t. Foss J,! P. Fos
ter, Mrs. H. B. Gifford, Miss Herma
A. Goodbout Mre.- H. L.-Bv Grovel C.
Hansen, Miss Nellie W Haynee, H.
M. : Hspburn, . Utts . It .E. . Hkkey, .Mr.
and T Mrs.H.' M. Kerby,..Mrs. Jas.
KIrkland, -F.tJ. Lindeman, ? Master
Philip LIndeman, Miss? Adere Xihde
man. Miss ' Ttfeontf Undtmari, Migs
McGill. Mrs: 8. McKeague, Url and
Mrs. J. A.,.McKenna and children,
Miss , M. E; Miller, Mrs. G. E. . Miller,
Mfs. 'Maxwell; Murray,. Miss Sadie
Murray, Miss !, Mydell, Miss Mamie
Nelson. Miss Mary T. O'Conneil,
Chas. Powrie, Miss E. C. Pratt, Mrs.
C..E. Sandsedt, F. Schnack, MissJN.
a Seaberg Miss ' Ethel K." Stfan; Mrs.
S. S.r Taber, Master Gordon Taber,
Mr aad Mrs. Al W. Van Valkenburg,
Albert White H. F. Wichman. Dr. J.
S. Wcodtrard, Wmv Wdon. '
Per str. Claudine, from Hawaii and
Maui ports: ' " Father 'Maarhs, Y.
Amoy'' H. A: Baldwin, Mrs, Baldwin,
J. Baldwin, T. Baldwin, Miss. Barrier,
A. C. DbiiTsett, See Hop Mrs Hop,
Miss R. Lee Hon, Ttf tss M. "Kaieire S.
Kelllnoi, J. Kusi, Miss P. Wong, Mrs,
Aki, Mrs. ' ' Landsborough, Bfiss A
Jones, Mrs.. E." Fernandet, Wl" Kale
hua. H. B. Ryafl, H.' S. Saures, H.
Gooding Field, Geo. Aki, All Mo, T.
Yamada, A. R. Souza,. Mrs. Souza. ;
Per: str:- W. G. Half,- from Kauai
ports: R. I.' Spanlding, t Weber,
Miss Presler Cheong ''Leottg, Ah
Chack, Dr. . A.' O. Chack, Mrs.- E.
Bridgewater, . Father Victorlana, 34
deck. I : : -
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a is 9iB ai
a-W 10.00, 56!
J8i 6 00
1 7 I " '
iti54, fj f 7.ray, commanding""th Wesienr; Ditl-
I anliftg ssti aS4
? New moon Oct. lfrtbt T.lt a. 5a.
VESSELS TQ ADf!t;
, (Special -Cabl t EcrciaataV
" - Kxetarre.). - " -
, -i'A- wedawday, Oct 9.
HANA Arrived,, Oct. 8, schr, Kona
irorh AhukinL i ,
SAN FRANCISCO ' Sailed, Oct. 9. S.
.Sv Missonria. for Seattle.
Arrived, Oct 9, 5:30 a. in., S. S.
Lurline, hence Oct 1.
Arrived V Oct. 9, tug v Hercules,
hence Sept 30. ;
WILLAPA HARBOR Arrived, Oct
9, sch. RepeaC hence Sept. 7. '
TACOMA 8ailed, Oct 8, S. S. Vir
ginian, for Honolulu.
rAf regram. -;?.
S. ': 8. SfEALANDIA- W11T arrive
from Victoria at daylight ThorstfayL
and sail for Sydney at Z p. m. same
;i Vi M hill! V
'.' r 14 J- Hondinha, P. H Oct 9.
- Temperature4sf t "ttt4r'u - m.
t9, 10 u m; 81, 12 .nooB 82; minimum
last night - 72. . 7 ' V f " j? '' ; ' ' -'
?Wtnd a.ftmnes'NEr. 8 a.
.miimilesv.KEXj -ifrca. ni;"8 miles,
NEr lZrnoon,1 miles, Nlr move
mtfttpSLst 25' hours, W mfiesv- i ;
i'VEsnnaeteV.-at 8 its Mt-Z9X0 dewv
point at , ' a. :'ftu r tfii ' retatlvs "humid
itya;.1 esrfabsnlute1 hTinii(Sity, 8
'tni f .i.o.Tctal rainfall, during
"11 i O O ' " 1 ,' ; ,
V Four nominations : of , prospective
members of the board trustees let
t ha Loraryj on- uawaai -rinave -. Deca
t . fc -
maA -sud handed to Governor Ffe&rl
ior, his approval. There are ajreaoy
three- members : w. r. iunngnam,
W. H. Babbitt and R. B. Anderson;
The- Honolulu Library and Reading
Room Association, - which : Is now
joined with tho Library of Hawaii
and Is permitted to nominate three
additional trustees, has named ;C H.
Atherton. . P. V Weaver and J. ; H.
Fisher; and - the- Hawaiian Historical
Society, which has also been Joined
with the new library and Is permitted
to nominate ; on4, additional trustee,
has chosen A.. Lewis, Jr. . : V.
The Honolulu Library , and Reading
Room' 'prdbai)! will ttmetd .itsarUcles
of iriiorp6ratkri, now ;that 'it' will t no
longer exist on subscript hm mem&-
ers, to" permit the, board of trustees-
ut.tivMrfA ,,ir rt tOr ' ' T -it' HI
conlltfue a"1 a, -corporation out sub
scriptions will :Jiilb''oniibe:cieded. ;
(Conttettei frein Pae 1)
get to see htm, but I shall meet hitn
later.: ho . . V,
"When I arrived here the American
Publld Health Association had last ad-
JcKirned ita meetings, but the eoilfer
encetf States andiProrinciai Boards
df Health iras Ift s-esskni and I availed
mytfelf of the opportunity to attend this
session on Saturday afternoon ana
Sunday. . :- 3. ur..-: v
n,heInte(aUonal, Congress ttf Hy
glen'1atid- Deitfography was opened
ydsterday morning 'by President Taft
After the President's address and me
reply of tne president of thd congress
there came' the replies' of all the dele
gales ' frdm foreign soil: J Thei fthe
various sections organized.'- Papers
are limited to twenty minutes and the
discission 16 fivfe mirinte8. ':'
Vt: MeCoV. Of.' Wddd of Walalxik
and myse'If hare arranged to 'take di
- $ J 4 - : "
ferent sections, each one taking notes, (or the board at 28.50, and Olaa, an
and in that way we1 will be able ' to eighth, 100 shares going at 6. Hawai
coter the Congress more 'fully. ' ' Last , lan 'Sugar in unchanged at 41 for 20
evening there J was a paper
per read : at.
the new' National "Museum on "Dust
and Fume, FoeS ' of industrial Life,"
by Sir Thomas Oliver, university Dur
ham College' of Medicine, Newcastle,
England, i. After this1 there was -a rfr
ceptkm in the Pan-American - building.
where the delegates 'from the States
had an opportunity of meeting the fdr
eign delegates. in the artemoon at 3
o'clock President "Taf C teceiVed 'all . of
the delegates' at the White House. As
ft was ramlng,' the reception had to
be indoors instead of a garden party,
as' was1 planned." '
- ;tr. Pratt says that Dr. Wood and
hims'elf have been spending some time
at We medical and health exhibit mak
ing notes of various matters riect
ed with child hygiene and Infant moir
tality, and getting information which
should be" of especial valuer to Ha
wafi. "The exhibit is the most com-
plete that has ever been installed," he
- T0 0AHU,
!. .' '
Son Coming as One of the Um
pires but Division Chief
Must Stay at Home
- It was definitely 'learned this morn-
lag ; that Major General Arthur Mur-
i glon WOUi noi come u- o ior me
ueparuneni maneuTers uie w.iicr pur
ot this ntonth. .Word lo' thla effect
was brought by the general's daugh
ter. Miss Sadie Murray, and daughter-
I in-law Mrs.. Maxwell Murray, who ar-
rived on the Honoiulaii. 1 ,
I A few weeks ago General Murray
jstated in a personal letter to a friend
in this city, that he was merely wait
ing ;fcr. atfopportmmy to TlsitOahn
again','' -'arid" tne -inference? from the
text -pxithtf rest of tie letter Was that
the coming maneuvers might be the
opportunity he was waiting for. It
now . develops that the division com
mander ' had been contemplating the
trtp.f but was Unable ' to arrange Ms
plans at the last moment Depart
ment headquarters has been rather
anxious to find out whether or not
General Murray intended to witness
a. a i
for' Wailuku lands-, consisting of
argfc'nutbfber'of small parcels.
The Inntttn. ; ;:V'
' One' of tne deeds inentioned aboVe
Is to the Kuhua Agricnttunil'Co., Ltd.,
for the consideration of 824,040.(5,
ccfrtreyfng the following lands tn the
district of North Hllbf '
1. Land at Honomu containing 9.61
acres with an exception mentioned.
2. , Land at Honomu containing 19
' One-half interest in 90.60' acres,
equal to an acre of 43.30 acres, at
-4. Land at Kukua containing 17.70
acres. ' ' ; . -
' 5. 'Land at Kukua containing 10
acres. ?M' 1- ' -'v
6. Land at Malamalaiki containing
2.50 seres. .- :
7. Land at Lalmi containing 104
acres. :; -
8. Land . at Kukua , containing 7
acres v' r'f'.6--''' '.
9. . Xiand at Kukua containing 7.03
10. Land 4,t Honoma containing
1 acres. V -:, ."v.-v.
11. Land at Honolu containing 24.
69 acres. r" ; : -
Goes tr New Corwpanjr,
deed - to the ' Paukaa Agricultural
Cd, Xt(L, fori the'5 j cdasidetkion of
S6$13.e3r conveys the following" men
tioned lands 1n . the district of Hilo:
i V: Land at . Kalaoa containing 37.75
' 2. 'Land PuVeopaktt containing
f h3t Land at sPuumol containing
28.50 acres. -:? 5- '
v.wv aw.co , '-7: - . v . 7
1 s 'j,a PitiiaAnVn ortntointn
5." A portion .of the ahupuaa: of
Pzramdl containing" 8.07 1 aeres.
Land at Maulfilii containing 1.26
acres.' CAA. J' ''
7. ' Land ' at ' K&walnui containing
3.88 acres. ' :
The thlrtf ts-a. deed to the Moaula
Agricultural Co., Ltd., for the cohsid
eratkra of $J295, conveying the fol
lowing! mentioned lands in the dis
trict of Kan:
1. Landkt Pallma and Paauau
cofttaihlng 28 acres.
;T.';Laftd at Palima and Paauau con
SS Lahd at 'Punaluu containing 1.45
talnlng 50 'acres. . .
t. TiBnd at Keaiwa containing
2.70 acres.' '
Land at Punaluu containing 1.45
acres. v .
6;" r Land at Palima and Paauau
containing 19 acres.
" 7. -r One-sixteenth, undivided inter
est" iri land at" Hionamoa, equal to an
ara of 0.75 acr6.
S. One acre of land at Hionamoa.
- 9.'r CneUwelfth nndlvided interest
tn ' land 'at'. Hionamoa, equal to an
area of 1: acre.
SEVERAL SUGAR STOCKS
SHOW SLIGHT GAINS
; Seteral slight recoveries are a feat
ure of today's stocir sheet Qahn and
Walafna are exceptions m the matter
cf price. Oahtt fell an eighth In re
cess ' aM Jhree-eighths more in twd
drons on the board. Forty shares of
(oahu 'were reported at 26.125, and at
J session 12 sold at Z5 ana Zb ana 50 at
'2TJ5. Walalna scaled off five points
to 115 crr 20 ahd 5 shares in recess
On the, other hand, McBryde recov
ered a half point, 190 Shares in five
uneven olocks selling at 5.50: Pioneer,
a":onarfer td 31125 for 5'shares. but Iosi
Ting t for 40 shares, which sold at 31?
fUvra; 6ne-half point, 30 shares "celling
shares reported. -
Ix tne'hdn-sugard. Brewery idvanc-e4-a'
point to 2$'f0r 100 shares be
tween boards and an' additional quar
tef fdr '5fr shares t'the session, while
Pineapple Is nncHaAged at 44 for 50
and 45 shares re6Hted
: v WEARY.
"What's the trouble?'
There's a tramp at the door with
a ,; rickety automobile. Wants to
know : ff ' we can't give him a set of
old tires-rWasBmgtDn Herald.
you -er pa
hair, sir? .
Customer (partially bald)
the Mine of least, resistance,
man. Chicago Tribune.
Kansas Hoosevelt presidential elec-
tnnt.-KiWlra an th hallnt this vpar )n
the independent column by agreement
with the Republican party.
Li'D DEALS iVOTEliS GIVEN t :.
: .CContinuedrom Paoe 1) v . 1
the. maneuvers, and the news brought
by members of his family at least ends
a period of indecision.
Lieutenant Maxwell Murray, C. A.
C, General Murray's son, is ordered
here as one of the umpires, and is to
arrive on the next transport from the
Coast His wife and sister are await
ing his coming at the Moana. ' : r
the l'i army Is taking. time by the
forelock in connection with.: the Pan-s
ama Kxposition. Boards of officers J
have been appointed "with a view to j
placing ort &mey, uaurornia, . ana
Fort Winfield Scott, Canforhla, iu
creditable ' shape Ito ' the government
before the Panama-Paciflc interna
tional Exposition opens in 1915,": ac
cordfng to a Western Division order
lecelved her this morning.
Second Lieutenant Henry W. Baird,
Fifth Cavalry, is to be examined' fof
promotion by a board to consist of
the followtng officers: Colonel Wil
bur' E. Wilder. Major N.F. McClurc,
Captahi ' G. V, Pritchanl Jr., all of
the Fifth Cavalry, and Captain L. J.
Owen and Lieutenant , J. R. Mount,
'Secretary of the Territory "if olt
Smitii tiday Issued a poster-card7 eon
takitng: instructions" to ; voters irt 'tha
coming - election. . Th instructions
say: ',:-: ry-. .v ;?-
To vote for a person 'make an "X
with a black lead , pencil in the space
opposite his name to the right of the
black line. ':. y-::.-::':.
' Honts "of Volmg : The voter may
vote at anV time between 8 a. m. and
5 p. m. of Election Day. ;
' Name 'on Register: Before enter
ing th poillng piifce'th toter should
ascertain if his name is on the print
ed Official ' Register posted outside
the door. ;-'y-y ' ::-:t:-
How to;Get.the Of ficial i Ballots.; v
Announce Name; On entering the
polling place the voter should go di
rectly to the guard rail and -announce
his r name ' to the chairman so that
others in the room may plainly hear
if - ' . . . ,...-..,-,....:..,-.
IU -,'; '-' ' r -: ? 'V' -'V--
Delivery of Ballot : -. If such name
is! on the Official Register of Voters
of the Precinct, the : Chairman Shall
so announce in . an audible voice' so
that bthers In the1 roofa may' hear, and
if "thejfe is no: question of identity,
shall' hand' lo the yoter the ballots
properly, folded. ..r.; .,, '
- Ballot :-:. Four ; ballots,? each: folded
by..;itself,t should; be : received by the
Yoter; one . pink for 'delegate? . one
blue for senators f one' white for re-
pie'senf atlVes ; ' and one green for
county--; officers.; VV-v- '
HoW to' Vote. r V ' : . ' t
After receiving ballot the voter
shall then for the first time be 'per
mitted and,' should ' go v dlrectly t Into
one of the voting compartments un
fold the ballot, carefully Tead the in
structions thereon a to how to mark
the ballot and follow these ins tac
tions.' ' ""- . ;:-'- --Return
Of f BaTlof : ' After 'marking
the ballots, refold them' separately: in
the same folds as far -as' practicable in
which they ' were when handed out,
and deliver them so folded td the In
spector in' cargo of the ballot boxes, at
the same time announcing to him your
name. : ' . ' ; ."-' j-
Spoiled Ballot: If a ballot is spoil
ed another may be procured from the
Inspectors by returning to them the
spoiled one." - -' ' '' ' -:-:,; -
Assistance1 To Voter I Any voter
who, by. reason Of blindness or other
physical disability Is unable. to mark
his ballot, shall,' if he Xa requests, de
ceive the assistance of' one of the in
spectors in the' marking 'thereof. 7
Exhibiting - Ballot Or Influencing
Voter Prohibitexir' No person v shall
exhibit the contenits of ' his ballot to
and odher- person; nor shall 'ahyj per
son look at or'&sk to see the contents
of the billot' of ' any voter, except- in
case ofphyslcftl disability, as above
int)vidd ; hor shall Jind per8onrwTthin
he space Bet apart for a polling place
attempt to influence a voter in regard
to the candidate for whom he shall
vote. When ' a voter is in the ballot
ihV compartment ho other" person
shall, except in case of physical dis
atility as' above provided be allowed
to enter; the compartment ot be in a
position from which he can observe
how the voter Is marking his ballot. :
'Not -To Remove' Ballot: No voter
shall take: his' ballot out of the polling
place; nor leave the polling place
without having first delivered hi3 bai
ler to the Inspectors.
1 After Voting: : After delivering Che
tnllbts " to' the Inspectors,1 the voter
fthflfl' trxrfVt wit fi Ioqpa tAl 1 Jr.
WILLIAM H. RICE, a capitalist of
Honolulu, accompanied by bis wife
afcd Mrs. R.iL. Wilcox of Kauai, reg-j
istered at the Bellevue yesterday. ,
San Francisco Exam ineT, Sept 26.
LIEUT. HAROLD NAYLOR, U: S. A..f
and'Mrs. Naylor, of Honolulu.'afe re-'
joicing over the advent of a daughter,'
born last week at the Presidio in this
city. Mrs. Naylor was formerly Mips
Peggy Simpson. S. F. Argonaut, Sept.!
2&. - j
SHE STOPS. j
riecx- is 11 irae inai your wne qs
an impediment in her speech?"
Peck Yes. she gets sleepy about
and begins to yawn.
"Is he much of an actor?"
"Not miich. They say he's pretty
fair tn Shakespeare, but he can't do a
fldewalk iafter or clog dance worth
a cent. Detroit Free rress.
la Vhlch W combined the 'nAAlIA
EVENING BULLETLNVestabliahed 1882.
umtni lit if ctad
; v ; ; Photo-Engravers.
2LE3BER ASSOCIATED PRESS.
FLAT RATE FOR OISPLAT ADVERTISING OVER I000; 1NC11ES:1;
UNTIL JAN. 1, 1913 (Preferred Position 20) . .. . . . .15c PER INCH;
TRANSIENT RATE, 1 1.50 first insertion and tubsemenf banes pro rata.
CLASSIFIED, One CeaV per word3 cents per line per "week.: v
AYERAOE DAILI ClCCULATlOn JUtT JUID AtGUST 4073 .
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MAIN OFFICES . . . . ....... ...i .T 105 ALAK2 CTRUET
i- Tf lephoacV-Edltorlal Roams 21S5; Easlaf C:i8 v
BRANCH OFFICE . . ..... . i . . . . . . ; . . . .... ..... . . MERCHANT STREET
r. .4 . -i-A v : km a 1 Telephone - f ' f i VJ-'v ; -
: f ly 8UBSCRIPTI0X K.lTE3t 'f : ,
i B DAILY STAR-BULLETIN ; - :: ., ' - .:'
t'-? v -f vr ':---: - .v S . ; ' .. ' : : "
Per Month, anywhere In United States M . .J .75
Per Quarter, anywhere In United States .. .. ................. 2.C
ler Yeir,' anywhere in" United States., '.. ......... 8.0
Per x Xj&f, postpaid, foreign -i ' i ';
L . SEMI-WEEKLY STAR
IV Six Months . ....... . ...........
Per -Tear, anywhere in United States.. .". . . i . . . ;. ........ ... 2.C 3
Per Tear,; asywhere in Canada .....iV.. .............
Pen Tear postpaid,, foreign . . . .. .. ........... . . ... 4UC
Address airwmMlca0M;4o;ll0BCWaSlafr H.
(Continued from Tag 1)
taka" out Of the ' organization. The
board is waiting for deli very of new
Instruments by lherBergstrom Music
Co., which hai the contract, t ? , ;
. VJ.'A. Oilman presented estimates for
layiBg" bitullthlc from Queen street to
the Hackfeld wharf, the amount being
i950and they were referred to com
mittee.'' ,::'- T-1 .-:" ; -"
A request for Walalae; Kalmukl and
Palblo Imprbvement Club fof' the use
or Lfliuokalant school for meetings,
etc., was unanimously granted on mo
tion Of L6W. '? r"vV -'..:.
VLow ? was " appointed 'to Investigate
the complaint of Prof: Scott aboat the
disturbmg of McKlnley" High' School
by the passing of wagon trains hkuled
by a traction 'engine.'' Engineer White
house made light of the grievance..; ; ?1
r A letter was received from the
Rapid Transit Co. hd 'referred to the
engineer and the road 'committee, ca
lhg attentkm 10 the necessity of ar
ranging with th Pearr Harbor Ti"afr
tion Co. for crossing its right of way
by the?Puloa road under construe-1
tion; f n "was" pointed dut ""that " the"
splendid -lep or 3
A' v i. ff
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HONESTv MINI NO, INTELLIGENTLY. Din ECTSO,- RTU LT3-1 N
: THE bl tCO VEft Y 0 AM ? ENORMOUS OHZ CODT 33 r VIDE
- feETWEEM WALLS Ori THE SCO LEVEL ON . THE QUZZU RE-
GENT M ERG ER M I N E 3 COMPANY r.V, ' "f !
.v This Important discovery may disclose or of-fabulc'f richness.
Engineers report that it will develop into one of paying t'j nines of
Nevada. t; ; ri " t - .- :' ; f ' - ,
: 'These'eharts' are considered tftf 'test -buy-tn Nevada taday, at the
present low price of 754 cents per share. .. -
V Advance in price soon, and the
WHAT YOUR MONEY CAN
t ' BUY Cash Payment
100 Shares at ....... . . ..$ 70
500; " " . 370
1000 " : ; ? I . '. . . . ..." 75.00
Gets Big V,
riows more inan yarroij
Company controls 25,000 acres
It is predicted that Mexico will
Buy Mexican, Premier oil stock
ANOTHER COMPANY. MAKING
Seabbard Oil k Triiiit Company
Average production 35,000 barrels per month from California prop. ..
erties, soon to Increase to 60,003 barrels. ..." . , . : . .
Two wells now drilling on their Mexican property of . 4000 acres.
Well expected to flow about the first of the year. ;
Buy these shares, now, whfls they can be had at ridiculously low
price. Soon to make, phenomenal advance. v C
FORT, BELOW, KING STREET
li if i li i
STAR, establlshtd U3J,and tha
Issued Dally and Semi-Weekly by
Din 1 ctim I Yn
. . . ; . . C .................. 13 C 3
- BULLETIN. ; ; v
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present kicatlcn of tlaf road near Mo
analua win make a danseroua crossing
on account of a , fcluit obscuriag 'tho
place 'to antomctllci": ' s: " - '
'A request frert tfca crc!.-:! survey
department for pennirtlcn to ths Tan
talus gausra rtzltt to driv'o'up and , , .
down the clot:r.t-.3 in aa.w-tcuwtlla
once a month w-s net far err 1 ty tta
deputy attorn cy. ittrnri t2 a vio
latfca'of the.orfii:aice to p:rrJt any
atrtomobila to nsd Uit rcii. Here-- N
ence of the matter u c:a to. " -road
cenmittee. ' : ' ; . ' .
1 Engineer WhlUiocse rt:cn: 1 that ws.
the work requested cn'thi V.':'.:!awa
road 'would cost between fldCC ad
jii.poo.. ; . ' ;. - ' ; . .
v The American eclscnt f I'cnd. t. ilch"
sailed . fome days tzo t:z:i A!..,.;!rJ,
Kauai, for Hata, llzz, U r:; :rt:i to
nave arrived at , tie Ilaul r:rt. The
Kona; brotjsit ccal 'f'ren Newcastfa to
Kauai aci will load susr frca liana
for San, Ftzzz'.zzo. r ; - -
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V . LI
WINS LJ":'J:n r:zr;:iA:T3
--'rr- tts;.:;.. ;:.: r..i
x trcui ; t Jv i
advance will be without notice.
W HAT YOUR MON E Y CAN
: BUY 4 Months Instalment ;
'100 Shares at f ;........$ 8X0
SCO , " - -' 3C0
i looo '"- ' ";.;.:...-..'.; C0X0'
'ftf 4 Attn TV? ir;
of land in' the' oil zdne of Mexico.
eclipse California In the production
now Tor big profits.
A. Hiiii 1 ,
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