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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. 15, 1912.
WEAPONS Tfl RESTORE PEACE
Il's a formidable array of deadly
.... - t
.weapons that remained in th'e pos
session of the officers In the Pacific
Mall liner China during the passage
of that vessel from Hongkong to Ho
nolulu and at a time that nearly two
'Hundred Filipino were In transit to
the. plantation on the Hawaiian isl
' Almost immediately upon departing
from the Chinese port, trouble in
large bunches loomed up aboard the
vessel. The Filipinos recruited by re
presentatives for the Hawaiian' Sugar
Planters Association apparently drew
tip -the labor preserves of several and
widely separated localities through
out the Philippines.
Clan fights were the . result of the
intermingling of t natives " f torn rival
DrOvlnces. .The first real serious
clash between -Filipinos took: place
on the after deck of the liner before
Nagasaki, the first Japanese port of
call was reached. It was stated: this
morning that in the melee large fan
knives,- teen edged razors and mur
derous ; appearing (? bolos were un
earthed lrom the: baggage and per
sonal effects of tho immigrants. -
Before the , weapons of destruction
could be placed in action, a squad of
officers descended in ,tho. midst of the-
waning Filipinos' and before the little
band of Americans had completed
'tbfeln.wqrk'of pacification they had
secured 'a hundred ' or - more arms of
nondescript manufacture. Razors,
knives, clubs, bolos and cane cutters
iwere alike confiscated. Tine Pacific
i Mill men atcr hrmifht tn Ifp-ht kav.
" feral revolvers. There were kept and
bpoh the; arrival of the China at Ala
kca wharf this morning the weapons
wfere turned 'over to the Federal Cus
toms 'officers who visited the ship. '
aTd' declared as unusually warlike in
their Bearing. The China received
192 little brown -brothers during the
Itay at- Hongkong.
The liner arrived here this morn
ing with 222 Asiatic steerage passen
fcferB for Honolulu, who, with the ex
ception of the Filipinos include 29
Japanese and one lone Chinese. A
cedes of fights which luckily ter
minated with no loss of life took
place during the voyage.
The China is bearing a record ship
ment' of fcllk ,o the .mainland. Two
thousand five hundred bales of this
commodity.' :vp(lued at a- million and
a 'half dollars arc Stowed -away - in i
til; JlUiU 'VI MV .lUiKlt
The China is scheduled to depart
fbf'6an Prancltrco at four o'clock this
afternoon, following the discharge of
210 tons Oriental cargo for local im
porters. Honolulu drew 13 cabin and 2 sec
ond class passengers out of a total
of .85 cabin and 25, second class pas
sengers ,who are proceeding to .San
Captain Roger Allman. the well'
known skipper, reports fine weather
on. the entire voyage. The liner did
not call at Shanehal owing to the
strict quarantine imposed against that
port throughout Japan. Cholera still
rage at the central China city as
well as many 'cases at several points
throughout Japan. Second class and
steerage passengers were not, allow
ed to leave the vessel at any of the
Japanese potts bwing tb quarantine
regulations now in force.
A small mail was landed this morn
ing. At the agency of H. Hackfeld &
Company a score of cabin passengers
have been booked for the Coast in
the China. This vessel will also take
a lar$e accumulation of mail des
tined for the mainland.
Korea Has Many for Honolulu.
A wireless message received from
the Pacific Mall liner Korea enroute
from San Francisco to Honolulu and
due to arrive here on Friday morn
ing, gives the information that of
149 catftn passengers on board, forty
fire will leave the vessel at Hono
lulu. The wireless was sent to the Ha
waii Promotion Committee in re
sponse to a query forwarded to the
liner some days ago.
The Korea will berth at Alakea
wharf, and should be dispatched for
Japan ports and China at five o'clock
in the evening of the day of arrival.
Virginian Due in the Morning.
The American Hawaiian freighter
Virginian with a large consignment of
New York cargo and freight gathered
at Salina Crui. San Francisco and
Puget Sound ports is due to arrive
at Honolulu tomorrow morning and
the vessel will take a berth at the
railway wharf. The Virginian is also
bringing down a consignment of live
stock a number of horses being ship- j
ped to local importers. The Virginian
is to take on two thousand tons of
sugar and about an equal amount of
-China Passed Transport Dix.
' Four days before arrival at Hono-;
lulu the United States army trans-)
port Dix, coal laden from Manila by !
the -way of ,. Nagasaki, Japan was I
passed by the Pacific Mail liner j
China, The Dix took on between six
r- Klnj Ctrtei, rp Union onu
and seven thousand ( tons of i fuel at
(he Japanese port. -Of this coal, . at,
least five thousand tons is to be dis
charged at Honolulu. The Dix is ex
pected hourly and will berth at naval
wharf number one.
Inter-lsland Ball iftgs -This Day. 1
The Inter-lsland steamer Mikahala
for Maui, Molokai and Lanai ports, ia
to sail this evening, taking a fair
sized cargo and cabin and deck pas
sengers. The Mikahala is slated for
departure at five o'clock,
-v Taking fertiliser, Jumber -and sun-,
dries, the steamer Klmtu will be dis
patched , for Kauai ports at five
o'clock. This vessel will carry later
mails from the mainland and a num
ber of passengers.
Paving Blocks IFor The Capital City
hStreeta. h :i , h -i '4 - A
, -Thousands 'of pavlnr blockl mn-
factored Xrom hard wood trees in Jla-
wall forests wil larrive here tomorrow
in.-the'lnterlsland .steamer Likelike;
this vessel- bringing an Addition to the
paving material a shipment, of native
wood flooring.; V -Lv
i According to Purser,;Philipps in the
Mauna Kea, the steamers Kauai Keau
hou and Likelike were taking on car-gees-at
Hik at the- .time the Mauna
Kea- took her reparture for Honolulu
Wild Beaits Board Mauna Kea.
- The Interisland steamer Mauna Kea
was boarded by wild beast, lions, leo
pards and tigers going aboard that ves-'
sel during the stay at Hllo. The ani
mals however made little trouble for
the officers vand no great amount of
fear was expressed by the passengers
over, their arrival. The beasts were
part' and parcel of a traveling' troupe,
cf performing jungle creatures. The
steamer returned this morning from
Hllo with a fair list pf cabin and deck
passengers and a small cargo. Purser
Philipps reports moderate trade winds
and smooth seas.
KeauHou .Begins New Service.
The Interisland steamer Keauhou
was dispatched on Monday for a new
route which includes a circuit of the
islands of Hawaii. The vessel has
been granted a license to carry passen
gers. The Keauhou sails from Hllo
on Monday and wil conect with the
Mauna Kea-at -Kawalhae, ithereby giv
ing Kona and Kau passengers an op
portunity .to catch the flagship and) In
sure quick.-trip to - Honolulu. The
tvcaunou will serve a ; large territory,
and is expected win;meet the demands r
f til. l 1
Ot nuo tuusiuesb uieu . jui n -uetier
steamer connection with Island ports.
v ... ft3
Hilonian From tte Sound.
With a large general cargo and a
deck load of lumber the Majson Navi
gation ftteamer . Hilonian. vfrom t San
Francisco by the way of Seattle Is an
arrival at Honolulu this fornihg, the
vessel steamed dowri from the sound
through fair weather. The Hilonian
has cargo for discharge at .Port Al
len, Kahului, Kaanapali and Hllo.
Tne vessel will berth at the railway
A cable received here today through
the Merchants Exchange Indicates
that the American schooner Dauntless
with lumber from Fort Bragg for
Hllo ,was In a bad way. The vessel
was tbwed'.Into San Frariclaco. tdda"y
by the steamer Helens and Is report
ed in waterlogged condition. As far
as is known here the vessel will be
discharged at the California port
where repairs will be made.
Returning from Kealal with a 4mall
amount of cargo, the Interisland
steamer Niihau is being prepared for
sea. This vessel met with fine weath
er on the return voyage.
There is no delay about the delivery
o( goods from W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Ltd.. now scheduled In he advertise
ment today. y v
Furnished room' for single man In pri
vate family. Best references. "A.
E.", this office. . 5367-lw
Bv young man, 3 yrs. in plantation
Store. "V,M this office. k-5387-lm
Dividend Warrant B. 6084 dated Sep,
14, 1912, drawn by Waialua Agr. Co.
on Bank of Hawaii for $53.00. Pay
ment of said warrant has been
stopped. 5367-1 1
The Cassidy. only home hotel. Wal
kiki Beach, consists of individual
cMlkges and single rooms. Cuisine
excellent, l.oO ft. promenade pier
at Uk end of which is splendid
bathing pool and beautiful view.
200." Kalia Road. Tel. 2S79. terms
reasonable. .w k-o367-6m. ;
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; , JLi
5.57 5J3 -S5
' kSsj &3S 9.48
( 3tj bJS 10.12
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I First quarter, of the inoon Oct. lTthHciple speaker of the evening and will
outline the plan of the work he is
VESSELS TO AW
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to erckaati
Tuesday. October 15, SsiZi
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, October
15, 5:00. a. m., S. S. WUhelmina,
hence Oct. 9.
, Arrived October 46, '3. 6'Hyades
i from HIifr.'Octbbert. A
SAN: tUEDHO Arrived, -.October 14,
S. S. Workman, hence October 5
-PORT- TOWNSEND Arrived, Octo
- ber 14, . Bark .S. C. Allen, hence Sep'
itember .22. . . f. ;
S.'S. CHbTA sails for San Francisco
! Blood flowed, death to One quarter.
master, and the arrest pf another
.were some of the incidents that befell
the Pacific Mail .liner Manchuria dur
ing "the live-day stay at the port of
Manila. - a
? Officers In the Pacific Mail .steamer
China brought news of a series of en
counters on board the bigger liner,
;whleh, while teaching the China
through unofficial sources, would in
dicate; that trouble in large clouds
hovered pyer the , vessel .while cargo
uraa holnor liarfinrPAff nnrl tadtA nt
fthe Philippine port.
The American quartermaster is. re
ported killed, as a result of a revolver
shot fired by a Chinese sailor. The
officer -fell from the deck to a casco
below, the fall and the bullet causing
instant death. -
Another quartermaster is alleged to
have been unsuccessful Ih landing a
large consignment of prepared opium
and while the drug .was confiscated,
the officer was placed under irrest,
to answer to a4aeriour ihkrgfei'
PASSE5GEBS AfiRITED " M
From Hongkong, Shanghai, Naga
saki and Kdbe Chang Gum Sing,
L. ,E. Charnley, James Qhong, A. F.
Corihier, Dear Birig QuongJ Mrs.
Dear Bing'QuOng, Master' Dear Jork,
Mrs. , E' M. Fenaall, J. Frank, iE B.
Goodala, Mrs. , E. B. , Goodale, J-lLss
Dorothy Qoodale, J. b. .Hogg, J. -0.
Hothrsall, Joe Siih, Mfs. Joe Siiri,
T A. Kedward, WKing, W -Kraft,
Mrs. H: AwLampniazi, Mrs. M.V Mc
Donald,i Mic Donr - Toy.W. f : Milne,
Ft. -ft. Mitchell, Mrs. Moy 'Shee, -I.
MuraskL Mrs. J. .Murphy, .Pang
Sun, Mr8. Papg tSun, pang Shun, J
B. Plas, tort: J M. iplas Miss WU
helmina Plas, Quan Hock, M. M.
Ross, J.. Schaf f ner, Capt. W. E. Sher
man, Miss E. M. Sherman, E. H.
Smith, Mrs. E. H. ,Smith,."Mrs. L. jB.
Smith, Tsang gheurig. Rev. W. H. B.
Urch, Miss k.' Urch, Viheeht Webb,
Yu Kai, Pablo Yuhim. From Yoko
hama S. Akashi, Y. Amamoto, W.
Ashford, Mrs. W. P. Barritt, Miss
May C- Figueroa, Mrs. L. P. Fig
neroa, Mrs. K. Fnjii, L- Harlow, Ray
Harlow, Miss Grace Harlow, F.
Henniger, W. H. -Hopkins, Mrs. Y.
Kawai, iMrs. S.m Kondo, -Lau Koon
Ng, E. Marsden, Mrs. E, Marsden, K.
Matsuda, N. Natori, M. Ono, Mrs. M.
Ono, Mrs. H. Ota, Y. Shimizu, Col.
D. P. Stoner,
Per stmr. Manua Kea, from Hllo
direct: W, A. Bushang and wife,;
Miss S. Qulnn, L. W. Barney and wife,
H. K. Fletcher and wife. P. F. Ellis, T.
McCormack and wife, Mrs. Jas. T. Tay
lor. A, Si Hargie. E. T. Anderson. W.
K Keller and wife, E. K.-Fernakdet,
Bernardo and servant, Mrs. M P.
Peters, A. S. Prescott, G. tashiro anS
wife K. Ito. C. -. and wife, A.
Lindsay, Mrs. L..C. Lyman, Mrs.. M. A.
Hill, Mrs. F. M.. Berg and child, Mrs.
Relnhardt. C. Relnhardt, F. F. Long,
J. A. McCord. Y. Takakuwa. E. Ger
rard, A. F. Peterson. W. P. Day.
Per P. M. S. S. China fr6m Hong
Kong via Japan ports For Honolulu
Mrs. Leong Shee, Mrs. Loo Shee,
Master Tong Ming HIng, MisS Tong
Houng Chin, Miss Wong Woon Yin,
Mrs. T. Matsumura and servant,
Master S. Matsurmira, Mr. R. L. Ogil
vie, Mrs. E H. inomp60nMIse E.
H. Thompson," 'J. A. Wyarjei
The next mail from cue mainland
is due to. arrive on Friday in the Pa
cific Mail liner Korea.
Lumber destined for Hilo is re
ported to have left Eureka In the
schooner A. F. Coates, the vessel
sailing on last Sunday.
The Mataon Navigation steamer
HonolMan. taking a number of pas
sengers and a fair cargo of Hawaiian
products, will carry the next mail to
the coast. The- itonolulan will sail
lor San Francisco at ten o'clock to
The office of the Honolulu Dairy.
men's Association. Ltd.. will close
daily at 5:30 p. m., and request that
customers place orders before that
Tomorrow night the men of Central
Union Church will poin in giving a
farewell dinner for Dev. Dr. Dean
RoAwell Wickes, who received his
Commission .last Sunday as a mission
ary to China for tne laymen of the
church. Dr;-Wickes will be the prin-
tc do4n Chhta.
About a jear ago the men of Cen
tral Union Chorch divided that thv
wantedOto be represented by a man
in the new field in China. TheyPation Papers in accordance with Act
raised the necessarv funds for the ex-
pens of such a man for a yeai .nd
then wrote to the American 'Board of
Missions, requesting it to send them
? man for that duty the best one that
they could find, and as a result, Dr
Wickes was annotated.
In speaking of the work which Dr.
Wices will do In China, Dr. Doremus
Sctjdder said this morning:
r. Wickes And also Mr. Wickes
are both well equipped for heir work
ii. the new field in China. They will
come into contact with the men, who,
after they have finished their college
course, will be amoqg the formostlof
those who are working for the uplift
of the new Republic of China, and will
leave on them the stamp of Christian
ity. Their station will probably be at
the Union College at Foochow, where
Dr. Wickes wiil teach the young Chi
nese men of College rank the bible
Cfclna is throwing out Its gods and
Idols; and unless . the Christian 3-eligiOn
s 'planted, there, avow. the. country .will
bif worse; off, than Hit: Jwt jwt s gottfem
rid, ot its.iejlftf.fin;lte qiwn QodsS i, . ,
Jn regard to the-dinntr.J iJri -Scudder
staged -that It -will be W thnatuteof
a ratlfktidn.mfeetifrand'tbdta 1ar;e
nmhe otiiitelatlktia M$iii?fi to e
pr4teat 4tt iKtsnlUd ith talk of the
man who- Jiaa-bdlcted-to-repre-
ii.cr-r Vfji;Av(jiii l t
HEBgSHiripS Ml onl
ELEOT YOUR FAV0RITES
WglALiPTOLY ; jjwi..V Wiii .Ot S? hi..
Thlsls'fant'opeat eason- tor vstraw
votesL Today thre was report that
la ..dtimmy ballot Is sto tie ;taken and
me t results puoiis&ed ' tomorrow, but
many of the voters refused to haVe
anything to do with the scheme, de
claring that absolutely no provision
was made for guarding the ballots
and that the result would be that' the
favorites of those taking the straw
poll .would, be .assured .. the majority of
thd votes; Taei. '.principal officers
were on a' Wank ballot passed around.
Thete ?ls talk dfbcfoMng a straw
ballot tihder jcondltioris where the re
turns will be guarded, as well as of
these1 pla;ns may work, out later.
! P RATT'd '0 FF4 tM ft EM 0 OE L E O.
; tfttU tke Uitd msLju" has had
his office on tnei tT0iind floor' ot I the
Stangenwald buildlrig remodeled. 'Pat t
glasfc partitions have b6n put! up, mak
inp a roomiior the: stenographer to the
lefty,and;bneifor cJlent3-tb the right.
cf itho eli trtnfce. 'In tne latter room
there are desk and seating accommoda
tions. $lr. -Pjtt's -private office , oc
cliplfes the fiilf " width of the rear half
o; the premises.
Local and general
Coroner Rose this, afternoon con
ducted an inquest over the Japanese
woman Who jumped from a moving
Rz.pid Transit car on Sunday after
noon, meeting death from a broken
neck. The testimony of a Japanese
male companion showed thit the
wOman deliberately left the car )e
foreit bad been stopped by the con
ductor or motorman.
The following nominations have
been filed with the Territorial Secre
tary: James L. Coke, democratic sen
atorial nominee from the third sena
torial district; Clarence H. Cooke,
republican representative nominee
from the fourth representative dist
rict, and J. M.- Dowsett, republican
senatorial candidate from the third
Chong Ldhg, a Chinese bearing a
r.iimber of black marks in police an
nals was arraigned at police COurt
this morning upon a charge of Conduct
ing a gambling game. He fought the
case but was convicted upon the testi
mony from officers' as weli as seven
participants in the game. The arrest
of the Chinese was made by Chief of
Detectives McDuffie and Kellett. The
officers found plenty of evidence at
the Beretania street premises includ
ing marked coin, dice, dominoes arid
cords. Seven defendants who pleaded
guilty to the charge of gambling each
received fines of six dollars.
EW YOllk Sl'GAtt MARKET.
Alexander & Baldwin. Ltd., received
the following dispatch from New York
"Californian arrives today, basis
4.11, la6t half of Mexican's cargo. Ka
neen arrived Delaware breakwater
26th of last month.
"Cubas' for delivery in New York,
January shipments by steamer. hold-iing
ers-of raws are asking 3.73. but sdlic-
itirtg bids at 4.12.
"Cubas for delivery in New York
reDruary snipmenis, noiaers or raws
are asking 3.48.?
Auto For Sale
1912 Cadillac, A1 condition. Bar-
9'" 'or cash
R. T. WILL,
Seaside Hotel. .
REPUBUCAN FILINGS VALID
(Continud from Pig 1)
The attbrneygeneral's opinion, ad
dressed to Secretary ilott-Smitb. says r
I Tiave the honor to acknowledge re
ceipt of yours of 14th inst.. requesting
my opinion on certain facts hereinaft
er -stated, together with a protest dat
ed October 12, 1912. from M. C. Pa
checo, ehairman Democratic Territor
ial central committee, and a citizen
and taxpayer of the territory of Ha.
wait against placing the names of 11.
A. Baldwin as a candidate' for Sena
tor and of John WilcoxV. Edward Wai
aholo, P. J. Goodness, A: F. Tavares.
Charles Makekau and George P.
Cooke as candidates ' for representa
tives on the official ballot for the com
ing elections "on the, ground that said
Ipndldates have not filed their nomi-
67 on the Session Laws of 191 1."
The facts submitted to me are sub
stantially, as follows l
The nomination papers In question
reached you through the malls on Oc
tober 5th, and were accompanied by a
letter addressed to you by one S. E.
Kalama, "Republican Campaign Man
ager", dated .Makawao.-Maui.' .October
4. 1912. These papers, appeal to be
regular ,on -their, face, I.e. they wetie
signed by -at leas't twenty-five dufy
qualified electors of the district in
which the candidates propose to stand
for election, they were deposited with
you' within the tinie prescribed by law;
and each nam Wat ion waa Jtccoinpa-
nied by a deposit of twenty-five dol-
by what political party they had been!
nominated or what their party affilia;
tions were. . f
Ob aootftm4- of your nc being -fur
nlBhed - with: 1 iUfbrraatioti ' regarding
wnich iJolltlcal 'party had nominated
these' candidates, ' or whether ; they
wfertf' non-paf lEsaa, yoff- refused ito ao
eept ; thd iHominationa fof iilidg,' and election district iShall contain the.
wirelessed ib each-of tnol candidates 'names of all candidates for represents-:
psking tSem to furnish you :with this ti ves for such district who hare been
IrifOrtibn ' aud-'ttferrinx (hdm to'duly nominated ;in. the manner In this
Abt ,67, Session JJaws 'Wil. The fol- chanter nrovided 'and shall contain no
lowing 'aay, nyou received1 .the follow
ling wirele niessage (from Waildku,
MaUit ' r i'- '..-. " -'.Si.bv fcj;
INomfnated J by . Republican :
Party- state in hohilnatioh -papers
'BaldwlhlGoodhesS 'llakekau Ta-tares-rahoki'Wilcox.S'
CahdidaWO; P..;CO0ke was In Ho-
nolulu 4t this rtlnle and !on October 6
caued atfwrfnee and - wrote .- Re-
pablicaat-Party" plainly across hls
nomination papers; Clearly, -in jhia
case thereforfe, there lean . i be co,
doubt that ' he 'taa made the state
ment required by Act 67, Session
Lawa.1911, and jour duty ,U place .his
name on the official ballot . Is; ;.obvi-
ous,ii. .m. ut.ri i x 'i i ...ui:;
Upon the receipt of .the wireless
from Waiiuku 'above Sei forth, the
nomination papers of the candidates
. ..-... .
were stamped with the secretary s
receipt stamped and marked October
6, 1912, at 7:05 p. in.
The questions upon which you de
sire my opinion are as follows :
1. Whether you should place the
names of the candidates protested
against upon the official ballot?
2. If that question be answered in
the affirmative, whether you should
plate the party affiliation of the can
didates on, the official bailot?
3. Shbuld the candidate 'state his
party affiliation simultaneously with;
tke filing of his nomination papers or.
can he so state subsequently and byj
separate letter of later date than the.
aaie or placing nis nomination papers
in your officef
4. Can the candidate state his
party affiliation through an agent or
by the officers of a poll Ileal party
acting in his behalf?
The protest of Mr. Pacbeco is "for
the reason that said candidate's have
not filed nomination papers for the
respective' offices of Senator and Re
presentative in aqedrdarice with Act
67 of the Session Laws of 1911 of the
Territory of Hawaii.
Act 67 of the Session Iaws of 1911.
which amends Section 69 of the Re
vised Laws of Hawaii, does not pre
scribe the method by which nomina
tions of candidates to the Legisla
ture shall be mide, nor attempt to
etate what nomination papers shall
contain. .Such method is prescribed
by Section 31 Revised LAws. By the
provisions of Section 31, when not
less than, twenty-five duly qualified
electors nave nominated and re
quested a candidate in writing to run
for thfc Legislature, and such nomina
tion is deposited with the Secretary
within the time prescribed -together
with the required deposit, It becomes
the duty of the Secretary to receive
such nomination and place it on flic.
Before the election the Secretary is
required ny law at puniic expense to
print the necessary ballots and Sec
tion 69 of the Revised Laws, as
amended by Act' 67 of the Sesison
Laws of 1911, prescribes what the
Secretary shall print on such ballots,
viz., the name or names of the per
son or persons to be voted for,, the
office or offices for and the District
in which the election is being held,
and the term or terms of the respect
ive offices being voted for "and such
candidate shall, at the time of filing
his nomination papers, state by what,
political party he is nominated or his
non-partisanship as the case may be
in older that such party affiliation or
non-partisanship may be printed on
the ballot in front of the name of
The purpose, then, of Section 69 is
not to prescribe the method by which
nominations are to -be made; its -pur-
in tn jniirt th Kporetarv in mak
Up the official ballot, and" while by
Act 67 the candidate is reauired, at
the time his nomination is tiled.
8tate 5y wnat political party he
nominated, this has nothing to do with
the method in which he shall be nom
inated or what his nomination papers
shall contain. Such requirement in
m opinion. Is simply directory.
The requirements of Section '31 are
mandatory and no person may etand
tor election who has not complied with
it? terms, but the. Legislature has not
jseen fit to prescribe a penalty for the
failure of a candidate to state at the
time of his nomination his political
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JAPANESE STEAMSHIP PROFITS.
The condition i of the Tajo Kisen
Kaisha has ; been . steadily Improving
of late, the conipany bating' declared
a dividend for the past term at the
rate of 12 per cent for hew shares
and 8 per cent for old. while 'deben
tures have, been redeemed to a. con
siderable amount i
According to late advices received
this morning from the Island of Kauai,
the British freighter Yennachar. which
kas'been.discharged of a full shipment
ot Australian coal at Port Allen Is to
sail today for Columbia river and
Pcget Sound ports. .This etsel.has
been chartered to load lumber for Aus
tralia."1. - . ;
The Uniform Rank of the L. O. O. M.
will drill every, second and' fourth
Monday of each month, at the Odd
Fellows bldg., -7:30 p. m.
.. - H. S. WHITCOStB, Capt, ,
PAUL W. BANKS, Clerk.
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