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f tberia'at Noon Tomorrow. ' Promise Goes Into Quarantine. v ' .
-The Pacific Mail liner Siberia from : To rida the NorwcKianv frelzhter
Tan Ffandaco enroute to the Coast Promise or rate, the veiscl wa.$ order- :l.TID!tS-SUrXt ATHi TQQ?l
t.i ASM ur ui iiouoium biiouiu ru into quarauTiDe ior rum;sauoa ira
sttIt at quarantine oaor about noon mediately upoa arriral f at, Honolulu
morrow with one hundred , ton car-, thla morning, i-ru c-. 4
t for discharge atrthla oort. The The -Promiae' cornea fronv Mkkatea
Liberia has eight-five passengers who .and, brings 1102 tons phosphate? rock
till leavdUhe vessel at Honolulu.vThe
5sel. la i to beveuppUed. with about
fvur hundred tons coal during, the
tit y Here, ana. the hour, of sailing for
zz;txt ana iniaa ports has. not bf en
determined' by- !. JJackfeld, A Com-
1 iny. the agents lor the vessel. .
From the delay in the arrival of the
vessel, the Inference is gained that
:te filberia is c meeting with; some
roujb weather in Bearing the Islands.
i: auea May Resume Kona: Run. i
The Inter-Island - steamer,- Kilauea
t: .t tailed from San Francisco at two
c lock, yesterday afternoon and is due
t ; an iTe here .on or . abcut Jsovem
Icf 1 . will in all ..probability, resume
t' e Kona and Kau run, relieving , the
: :usa-Loa which-wlll- be employed
. . t$ extra steamed The Kilauea was
t to the .coast to; be; fitted rwlth
r bottom plates; a ''damaged y some
ir.s zto when ;the tassel W ran
nd on a Kau reef. It is reported
1 1 e Kilauea' win- return here with
: fire Jmndred tons, of sand dee
: for, Pearl Harbor.
consigned to the Pacific Guano and
Fertiliier company. The retseLia be
ing handled through, the 1 agency of
T. JL Davies and company. The Prom
ise sailed from the French south seas
on, October. 18 and. met (: with'. ;falr
weatber on; the iway ub with the' ex
ception of two or three days.:. '
The vessel it is icznected lll be
brought , to a4erth tbisr afternoon or
tomorrow; morning, r; i? : ' ."
fuf''.; !' S j-W .. 'fc - T'i-i
No Frtfghi Receiver Election Day.
" The inter-Islandl: Steam ' Navigation
company anoonces nat, no freight will v?Cl O TYl f frv
be received for shipment on Tuesday I ' hULT .
vtenioer : o. eieCUOn davl ; AH earn
intenaeo ior island oorta must 1
the wharves by Monday evenine.
several steamers' listed for denartu.
un nexi 1 uesaay .wiu sail on the
auied hour, ;but:cargo must
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D: itj ,a &ii 3 1
y ii. 1 I
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; & 4.41 10.181147 y
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1 S.14 1 J 10 45 jf-? -
1090 13 lljr -P" ' .-;
rr f 4.S5" 4.I 6.081 8.11 a40
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not her bi2-5 luau
Hcan program. Republican lu aroPLLACE it FAlJRIn TH r V "1
ere .cneyanouaxcattiaates-iare . ;.v J I ..r:
'S r03 ? 8 aru Thii Juau; Ukeat place rltonlgK C-fMR1 t -M
iS;-e ,oUow1na: Jiave wc!T4l.or.';paYllIon -erected foriv. the purpose, r ilV3 AY. Ci::: i A: 7 r- -
ovromouonasv soon? alter January listed with nnrt,A'fimll.:Crm... :.' '
Barton. Second I be inTitod. Uni.io win r. , JzT Jf7J!?? '
iHanson Second Ueuten- tv.Ww k .:rr H .1:
H FROM :TII.S03f-
(Spedal CRV IZztCzz I
5T ... tii 1 -mi 11 '1
.ra to till Lata Friday
:.ed for; San, Francisco between
nd ten jo'clock,. tomorrow even-
coraing 10 an announcement
tt the office of Brewer it
-y. the. local : representatives
line. The .ventura1 is expect
rive , from ' Australia by the
Pago Pago "early tomorrow
oeiore . tne close of busineR ;
Coaroperators Out forJnd tlme
. .: " - - -ydge as soon
In snapping up steam With the
as. it becomes van-JS. orient the
Am; rZ. V. lw1B Australia ad
demand MrJtthielniitaj.the rates
the wheat seaf actlTe market,
remain ttxnJ.a -?: --;-
. -i been' soia : oy tne cnanes
Uhe will be-placed on berth for
VICTORIA CaUed. ;0ct. S. S:
I Maranla,. fdt Honolulu. -. . ; . '
SAN FRJtNClSCO Called, Oct 30;
: k 7:20' p. nix S.t SHonolulah, for, Ho
nolulu, i -rtW.V. v0
PORT GAMBLB . SaUed, Oct 30.
' achr. Robert JUewers, lor Honolulu:
CAVIOtA Skiled,.Oct 30 ship
:,rion : Chllcotti lor .Honolulu, v-v-s ;--v
SAX FRANCISCO v" Sailed Oct ;30,
3 p: m.; S. S.Kilauea, for. Honolulu:
MIDWAY, ISLAND Sailed, Oct 2 B
schr. Florence Ward, for Honolulu.1
SAN FRANCISCO;. vATrivedAOctv il
The : TesseLJs v bringing , a
; tie quantity of : refrigerate ;The United States Kavai 'transport
i 11 . ueparung irom wonoi-: Sunnlv. is exoectad to saU for Guam
and Manila tomorrdw afternoon. - The f
vessel 'has been taking on a quantity
of coal during the stay at this port
r.tura will carry. 30,000 cas
:y cf C. Erewe-..--ic
-liner. Ve-v rImJVu
will be tflsratr- Sao
'tween nir ten o;clock
; ariatlon ; steamer
Vf: Uilo VUI be dispatch
iock tomorrow evening
the present expectations,
tni Cooke the local repre
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s::r;ers Surprised Author-
. , . :.,;..-!
-.migration authorities- were
t !'..; tunber cf Asiatic pas
: l .rd raciZcMail lia
..::h errived at San Fran-.
;tcn:ber' 20. There were
; 1 the Eteerage quarters,
' hem wern destined for
:ca It la said that they
: to take passage by un
:r.cre "ents in the Ori
tl.zvA that thcrtly after
in Mexico-the republic
- cxed by" the United
'...cy would teccnie ,citi
; r.umher cf il :a Icini-1
clrported ty the author-
, TODAV'S DIVIDENDS. ' - ' S
Dividends anounced on today's stock
sheet are as follows: . . s : ' ' v .'
f C. Brewer &. Co., J 1.50 or SSS.OOu:
Kwa Plantation. Co 20 cents, or 150,-
'. First - Lieutenant
am. wjniam unnsty, . second Ueuten-i strumentallsts.
irr 7.z "T -uieu-i i ue omer nepuwican meeting to-1
. v...w vl;w woiu oauiueworui i naaaaao.
a na; i;apy Feter t Jlarnuard. Seeond
Infantry; ICapt William .t Newman,
miauury;. oecona ueut setlt w.
Schofleld. Second Lieut Thomas
8pencer and Second Lieut Jos. Ha-
Ue,yiwt Infantry; Second Lieut Cary
Crockettiv Second Infantry; First
Lieut Philip L&nben First- Lieut Jos
eph Kajf land First' Litut rronviin
jacJtsdn, :cond infarftry
f v i dailt E7a;;-l jll:
Per Uoath, anywhere in IflaltpA RKtp. ; -
Per Quarter, anywhere In United States
Per Tear, anywhere In United States ' 'v
Per; Year, post
) y;, ? SEill-WEEKLr OTAR-Bni.T.rn' r r . " '
Per Six Montha ':..;.:. ; .
Per. Year, any wher in United States "
Pe Year: anfwherJ In rni -f. . ? .
George Is that the ktt a mayor I ,. i ., ,.7 wT '
' - -VV: ' '..fr,;v.
that the platform
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3 p. nw S I S. micVAz?4 frenv Hllo,
pet-24.- ,f H- l-vf. fly
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CI L. Osbbrnei a: recent -arrival from
the ; Phillppincs.-vras, plaped under -ar5
rest , while a. dweller: at,.a promin'-nt
notei oyiij&iei oi iexecuvei lciume
today, tlieicnarga being that Osbor
Yau wnV rthtfllnin monoT under fals:
000; Walmanalo Sugar Co.r2.50.' or Uretensesi u-jM f - -X"' hiVm,
,63li.?a?:aUa? pectric Co 75 cents. rXne officers aUes ,Uiat Osborne ta
or sawo; nonoiuiu Joying ana Aiait i8fcued paperv on- a aocal-banitaUins
for the payment. of tTOjOO. MThe cBec
being presented developed the' painful
fact that nq funds were on deposit at
the , financial institution. Jto- tcovep the
check. i-xJ'i if'V-i'rr.V
v Otnorne claimed that he waa an em
ployee of the Pacific Engineering Com
pany : but'? investigijtion atong these
lines Indicated that .' he had. been With
the local concern fo but fifteen days;
On his person were found letters In
dlcatlngwthat ithe man had .applied for
employment at:1 Pearl Harbor- J Ti
Ing Co., 25 cents, or 16250: Inter-Island"
Steam Navigation CoV75 centr, or
116,875; : Kahuku 'Plantation ' Coi 10
cents, 'of; $5000; Hawaiian Pineapple,
Co.. 25 'ceptror $8750; WalmeVSug
ar Mill Co., $2 or $2500; Kekaha Sugar
Co $3 or $75,000;iKoloa Sugairco,
$i. or $3000. Totii,.$2i4oo.v.-; :
According to . cables received" here
the .Kilauea of : the Jnter-lslandi-fleet
sailed 'from San Francisco for Hono
lulu at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon;
The vessel Is believed to be. bringing
down iiearlyone thousand tons cargo
In talast: -
The schooner Robert'. Lewers with
lumber .'for Honolulu is expected ol
arrive here the latter part of, Novem
ber her cargov conslgned.to Lewers
According to cables received in this
cltv. 1 the '; Canadian Australian i liper
Marama aalled ; from Vancouver and
VIctorlar? yesterday , with destination
as Sydney, IN. a -w.; by way of Ho-
Crew Stands by .Labona; -"?-:' -.v ."
- Members of the' crewof the. Guern
sey offered a statement to 'tne Star
Bulletin : today -1 the t effect; that La
bona.' was nott an' agitator- among the
firemen, The men in, the firing' and
engineer squads MO farther . and say
that they, are : in perfect- sympathy
with the; fireman' nowy under arrest
nd; facing sv serious charge. These
men Insist that Labona. is. right 4n his
declaration , made ati jllce ourt yes
terday; morning that hee-was abused
by the skipper of the Cuernsevrhen
called to the-bridge. -Thermen in the
Guernsey Insist that, they want; to see
justice done In -the case ih ,whlch; La-bona-
is Interested i.-.-b -Ji
Clark. Made Caraaslng 8ttemdnf.
A j earn an- named Clary ls credited
with having made - the statement that
he . was ..present - at ' a'-gathering in
which x Labonar was a member when
ihe iireman was "overheard to say that
he; would make away; with the skip
per and then kill himself. .Clari fur
ther stated that three outer persons
overheard the remark. t The police
have been. sent, out- to secure tneir
presence at rthenearing -before ' the
Labona Enters ' Deijlalv; v J
Labon entered A rigorous denial .,.to
the allegations from Chief of Detect'
Ives McDuffie to. the, effect that, La
bona admitted to the officer that he
wanted; to , scare , the master : ofi the
Guernsey by X firing '.at hinwv When
brought to the stand this morning,
Labona insisted that he had made no
such- sUtement to thex officers; ;
Lloyd-George, i the English, states-
yon want? One who hat to have ideas
pumped into him like iadj fnto V bjr
cycle tire l 'If you viie fp j Parker
you vote for two lawyers and be
hind him alt day and tell kim; what to
dou AJid byand-by wilheomf In from
the lawyers a bill for- y t pay
f ri have been informed.that the Re
publicans this i mornlagn hied more
runners. They are 4t for jmy scalp
The Democrats- admit imw that; tb
fight Is between Joe Fecn and ray
"After Hustace- thev crbtd : mlted
way" under the spell of 4 .-socialist's
retrain, ana -tnen remint,heJ4 lu
ground a while Jlstenhag to tale of
ttrva fmm Tan T XXT r - Wtm .
was imprisoned six days it San Diego
as ; he related, - for ; selliig , copies t of
the Industrial Workers. n the street
He ; had . a : lot to sayf ajout. Jin Hill
and the, wrongs ofj:mainland - worker
What it all had to do,with affairs in
Hawaii, "at thi junre, was; not
VOne iof ithe- btst? advertising' talks
ever given , before' the: Honolulu Ad
Club; was that mads by Rev: Mr. Eber
so Je this noon on tie topic of "Church
Advertising'.; x Ebersole ; believes
In advertising, sci he' believes-in ad
vertising the cb&rphes, conducting the
campaign in a live-wire And dignified
manner. , ;ills frnaras were 4 punc
tuated with expta.from the findings
of apeciaLmmIssion, on h the,4 rela;
tion of . the chtr: ana tne pres8. vme
head--of - this ', anmiaslon 4 ;. was Mr,
I Coleman;; the i sent.'president .of the
Associatea -enising viui
America,-wlt ihlch the local lubvla
associated.'.- : Ebersole's t speech
will be public ed il full in a later is
sue of the St -Bulletln..;it-1.;-';::
1248 Fort St, above Cr. I ;;:. .-..'
- . --3; p. a cox 7:
t nnlnlu. Suva, and Auckland. The ves-
& Cooke. The schooner 'sailed Worn p sel Is due to arrive here on next Wed-: man,' has accepted an ; invitation , 10
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ii -.h .i.-n n muui Mi
JHi r::: j C-X0C2 AJQ CAI,
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Gold buck! 1 pin on black velvet, rib-
bon. Re irn ,to tnia otiice aaa re
Gas rang: 'and water neater,- cheap.
AOT)lV I 2S fllKOl st. -
On Walk'li road, Sunday evenink,' la
dy'a; whiil felt: hat Call at StarfBul
- letln ;ice , t -j ? i i - 5281-31
vThe Allowing is a list of prices-to
be chafed for meats at the Metr4pol
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itan Idat Market and by C.. .
Co from and after 'Novenber
Ketafl Priee LiL
Pbheftouse Steaks . . . . .$0.28 per lb
Tendlln ySteak. . ....... .25
Sirlof Steaki. f . - .22 5
Flanf Steak-p.V. ..... .
Rib Itoast, 'Beef .........
Stefi Beef;.: .
Miixori . Chops
ulder of Mutton
Prk Cutlets and Roasts. .
in Year .... ,
lllel Veal ..V..W.;...
ib Itoast Veal .........
I wrf threads
.28 ' :
Tongues . i'. .75. each. .
. : 5381-lt
i. . notice:
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Dbtilldi lrbEiTSc!2cL. :
aged in the fy;c c i
s - .
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peciat meeting of the Stockholders .
Tl'",t?'XTA - anry PAmnanv will rw'
1UE UUIVA V2U,M 'WUllWl"" H
Id at the , office ox H. Hackaid
o., Ltd.i Honolulu, jdn - Vednesd
November, J3tlw W12, at. 2:00 A,
amendment of the by-laws andHsuib
jother. business aa : may . come before
' the meeting. i .C- OiVr J1 V
Secretary, The Koloa. Sugar. Co;-
HonoIyluV pctober 30, 1912.
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