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HONOLULU WAlM;i:j-.iIlI. avednesday, NOV. C, 1012.
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Makura Pattenf i it Goarantiiirt J? r.?xA lit. & fldsel MlSs M; Rose.
r lland.'-v'. --:-;S : ' ? Mrs. D. Scndder, Mr. J, W. Tuft
r, Serenteen cabin, 9 aeccnd-clasa i-tndf afittffWJXfriUhmCtaii
2 ateerage passmers who'caune fropi Vporta-FrancUt Gty,- JJra.' '..:-C4fi;;..,K.
Sydney.- N, RIW..- by the tra; of floendahl, Y; O. Park and 16 deck.. . ,
Auckland and Suyt in the. OanadIaa-y w ;'Tr v-- ' , T'.r - - - :-- - ;
Australian liner Makura are fn uar. raS3liucK3 UriUTI.0 J"- J
G."TdCh:nb ftas" Irregularities
' with Theater Co. and Sav-'
"W 4 l L ,
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antfn it-lho Pnloriil f MnTt -tkt
to emaln for seven days.: awaiting v-P
t be ; ferelopment of the ; suspicious toki twrts, Non6.W. sfarse, Y.Van
case'f,: illness-brought ; to''lisbton ?lllni:rh 1 V;- 'r; ?
board he. ressel following the TtUt Ter str. Klnan, for vao ports. Nor,
of Drs. Trotter. Sinclair and otfcer - J.JW. rBriniag. Mr.'and Mrs." K. W;
officials connected with the UnUM;1 Purris, D. K. Larlson; WW. Kruse.
States quarantine ' Rerttce; ::J&i: A." Straff erW. f K. O itk, Ii. D. Tim
; A ccal trimnier In the Makura was' mocs.'UeeTat, Mrs;' Walters and child
taken down w1th"ar malady that bears ; Mrk Hans lsenterr p ? -r.:
alt he! ifymptotas "rirtawe?ThwP!Wx:rMnn Ka, for Hilo port?:
jnan ccmplalned ct' fitness th$ second "Nov. ?.-rMr.- andMrr:; Goo .WantHoy
day out from Sura, An izanjinaiion cd two children., Sirs. A. E. Orune,
was made by the local physicians on Miss A. Brune, Miss Cath cart, Mrs. it."
board the Vessel when it as decided H Renton, 1 DriiJ. t ; Raymond. M. A.
folloulng fa? consultation vtbit sbac- NicolV Paul chniidt; Jllghtfoot. ,T-
ieriological : examination :.- be carried
out; to -more ' folly- determine t the na-
W. Oreir. E. H. Ashford, John P. Col
burn; C; 2ane; Mr. and STrs. Chas.
r.McCorrtston, Ceo. IL Robemon. S.
The j fireman was removed Mo the- A. Baldwin, S A.,.Warierr Jos; Bisho,
uarantihe island ' hospital .'for treat- Ca'Coonley, MTPImental, - Jr.. M.
ment. ..Today his condition was, some- Pimental. Sr MUs U Pimental, "Miss
what Iraprpved. . v ' - ' A. Pinentai. Richard Quinn. Mrs. IL A,
The Makura -contlBtjed7 the Toyage; ta!4win, ;IL L. Kinslea, H. S., Gray,
totYMconyert.4 and Victoria vat i ye 'Alexander .'Sxntth. .Mtoa 811 va, Mrs.
b'plock ; last evening... after- haying C. Akana, Miss Hall. .Mrs. E. Hili, A,
been discharged pf one hundred tons G. Hooner. Max Lewin. C. B Gage; C,
tld storage cargo and general mer-K Stoflfprd, Rey.L U esha, Mr. and
chandise. .: r - - . j vr ' t i Mrs. G. Bonamy. a--.;-
Capiatii'Josaelyn Cocs Ti e a :Aga In.",-
i Amwmm&ii nth Per -str.. W.3JIalI.7or Kauai ports.
W; P. Josselyn has'returhed to his old CJ- 7W f' t M?S A
love.' thi sea; in advices received at i Jge elrev;
Honolulu some days -ago by his-oid I ' pf r.tr. Claudinefor HI o via w.y
friends. Captain -Josselvn stales that ,rtB'tT 0T Boning apt
he havaccepted the Itlon as mag HowThos;Ieeney.?
ter of the American Bark Foohng Suey vPer atr.Mauna; Kea.;for HPo yt?
which forany years ened in: the! W
York and Honolulu. The Foofcng sMef
his been sold and Texas oil operators
have; secured the vessel and tefamJ:
liar old windjammer. has been convert
ed into an oil tanker, ; - -: v.
' Captain. Josselyn writes that fie is
making his Erst voyage from the isadt
coast t)f the United States to the Cult
ports la Qe packet that for many trips
brought mainland , merchandise N and ;
itErried Jull cargoes of sugar to Dele
ware Breakwater, fjy- i'
- P122XCET3 A0C1TE3 : A
Per sir. Kinau, for Kauai ports Nov.
12;Mrs.X,Danford. : ' :rM ,
Special fatlel to :3terchats
"' ? Wedhesdayr fov. UW
SANf FRANCISCOSailed. Novv 5 : V.
S. A T. ShennaC for Honolulu.
Per U, 8. A.-.T.. Thomas, forv . rw . ,a Rrr . fM onTi . ;
Fraficlico;' from Manila.-tH,m. Alk lv VZeT": "tT
re. Richard I 6n,t wife knd ugh, ; WmketaaIi v0r Pearl Harbor.-
field, wife and childr-W. E. Black. G
L. Buchanaif, Albert' Butler; CapL Ph.
Constab.; Miss CM; arroil, Wllliant
Carson,1' L; 'A.Charbeneau,'- U. G .
Chlpman. 1st Lieut.' Hr M.rCohen and f
wife; Mrs. VW.W. Coon,-Adams Cor-r f0r Sydney about 10 p. m.
wme ana caunter Mrs. junas urane,
T.'uumu ari Cu:tn Ctr;ta
i--VCLw. V-VU-:V-lJwL.i: ..; j ;
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Tbe flaw in the win.lshe fly ' In .tbe amber. Where this 1 i
, company : is made executor or adniinistratpr we drayv , wills freti ;
i of. t r st and I roslt them in our "safety.; 'vaults1;, 'without charge b i I
' Thia I; nn f nLlii.-fmon' find rf-puni-finl on' crifctv trtnnr! liptrff. V '
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XOLI SHARP, tho Sign Painter
7 ' (-y E deliver. promptly all orders for;:
y v Groceries;;, Theprices we charges
forsuperibr goods appeals to ecoito-
.i . .. ,j . r. .til1 s
A" 1-': '
1 , Sachs BBlI4lBg;-BfT!Pt3ii-ft Pftone 41SS.
irrl:': Creo:;, wile ar.J ton; J. C
Cranir-ham, H rCr Danielsr 1st Lieut
VV. J; de Niedman, wife' and daugh
ttfj Allle Drake, 1st Lieut D. H; Ed
T. ards, 2nd L!;at. WV G.J Erstiry. Jas.
P: Fehan; Albert Fensch and wife,
1st Lieut E. L. Field, H. L. Fischer,
Ezd-wife, MiS3' Flealcg, Miss Geofgi-
sr.a Good huer Major L.; EviGoodier,
vwilder: from Grays Harbor. 1 v '
YOKOHAMA Arrived. Nov; 5;. S. S.
k; Sbinyo 1 Maru, hence Oct 25, y :
? i; Aercsram". '
J R. vM; S. - Marama,; will arrive from
Victoria about 2 p. m. today and sail
afternoon vwllif be dis-
t.ife and 2 children; 1st Lieut N. . M; t paicnea for ne ..voionies on or,aDou4
Creen. S. O. Greig, B. H. Griffin. Mrs. ten o'clock, ; ;. - , ; : , .
Ja3. g; Ilarbord, Miss Grave iaver- V According to advices received from
k-mp. Miss Hicks; R. W. Hines,' Mrs. the xoaat the Pacific Mail liner China
V.. W. Hey, A. O. Hoag and wife, Miss tora San Francisco is due, to arrive
Clive Hoskins, F. M. 'James, : Clark at the port Friday, morning and will
James, L. C. Jewett, E.Komp, receive a prompt., dispatch fof ttie
Lcnrita Lauritscn andwifeV Mra.':-P. 'orienU;V,. .p'Sii'
S. 'Laws. Mrs. J. J. Lynch, Mrs. J.f v Flags at half mast at several points
C. Magee, Cecelia Meally, F. T. JiSe'nt- along; the waterfront ts not occasion
gemery, . Truman,1 O. Murphy, wife f4 Mhrtiugh ihe pemocratic landslMe
tzi daughter; H. A. McClure, Miss A thirty dayv period of mourning tae
I .'ary y F. McLaughlin, ; Captv Frank -death of Vice President Sherman still
Kickerson, Miss Bertha - Niggell,. xr.olntj
i:r O'Connor, Jv L. Oswald, M. J.f " With the depaKurene'4raHsport
Peterson. Major E. GV Peyton; Harding, Thomas - and the'Matson Navigation
Polk, r wife and Infant; Mrs. D. D.J liner WJlhelmina , shortly - after 30
Porter G. T. Sargeaht O. E. Scheld, o'ctocfc-this .-; morning, the fwaterf ront
and wife, A v Ev Skinner, Mrs. B. O. ! presented a rather: animated: appear-
tone, J . : H; Sutton 2nd Llept" Hi" H; ance despite the ? ravages bt ,an ' elec"
T&inter, wire, ann intant; . jst vjueut. iiton n jght ? :, " ; : '. -jj. v j.v
C Whidden, Alex. Willemson, S. W. did the trick" laughed one well-known
Williams, C. Y. Willmarth-and wife, shippiagman whp ; has ? the ' manage
iI.F. 'Wilscm and wifeW. B. Jerni-'menti anc) handling of k considerably
ganr-11, R. Xevy, Capt. T. E: Merrill, vforce a'ong the front . :" -.'"'
Iliss Mary; Strong. Mrs. R.V C. -WU-1 "In the safe of . the Interisiand
4-P Townsend-and wire, Ct at Ul-f r Thy. may urse and foist the open
fch, Gx W. Van Hoose ahd-wlfe,' Har; ballot; In convention, but-the- secret
Steam t Navigation Cov there bepos
Per M. IN. -S.' S. lionoruian from ed a prognostication concerning the re-
San- Fran.clco For. Honolulu.: -Dr. suit of the 'election on the mainland,
Geo. S. Aiken, Mrs; B. Bossell, Mri, and ! made by "me last Aprfl, said Captain
M rs. David' Brown, Mr J.. ABuck, Mr. "dmpbell at the I; L chandlery jthls
Yr Buck, Mr. arid Mrs. J. a Canfrlo',' morning. A tAsk John Lane just 4 how
Mr, MV Coito, -Mrv : and Mrsi Ai J, tks' I was ont In iny guess.'? ? 4
Cronite Mr. Engle,; ; Mrsv Farns-1 ' The Inter-Island steamer ' aaudine
vorth, Mr. Robert Gillespie, Mr. and will depart for the regular Maul and
Mrs.-L. .Herbert and three, children, ' Hawaii porta at p'clock Friday cven-
inisign jenisKy, miss jo. jonnspn.' mg- bearing . f "passengers, freight and
Mr. Geo. Larsen, Mrs. Jw Lineman,4news 6f blues' for the faithful Re
Dr. and' Mrs.', G. W. McCoy and son, 'publican patriots on the valley lsleV 1
Miss Virginia Miller, Sir James Mills, J Sailing trom Honolulu on Oct liUJ
Vi. W. C. Moore, Mr. R. C. Patterton, the American-schooner. Annie Camp
Mr. G.M."Roe, Miss Zilva M. Rodgers, , bell arrived at San Pedro on Monday.
C:aLS! GIPLS! SURELY TRY JII1S!
All You Need is a 25 cent Bottle of DarrdenWVHair Gets
Lustrous, Fluffy and Abundant At Once
'immediate? Yes'. Certain? that's whose hair has been neglected or; ii
the Joy of it Your hair I becomes ywraggy. J'- 01L t5In;
i v, . t . - ' "Lesidee beautifying the hair,-Dander-
light wavy, fluffy, , abundant, and, ap- ,. AivttA.. TerT article of dand-
pears- as.solt; lustrous anbeautrlul . tiewises. ipflrifi6sahd invtgor-
ast a young girl's after a Danderlne ates the scalp, forever stopping itch
hair cleanse.. Just, try, thismoisten . ing.and falling .hair. . but ..what will
a cloth with a little Danderine and please you most will be after a few
carefully draw it through your hair, weeks use of Danderine, when you
taking one small strand - xt a; time, will -actually . see new haJr-iae. arid
This will cleanse the hair of ulnst dirt downy at first yes but really new
or Excessive oil and in just a few pio--hair; growing all overvthe scalp.. If
ments you have doubled the beauty of yon care for pretty, sbft hair, thd jtota
your hair. i Vv :;.ofit- surely get a 25-cent bottle of
A delightful surprise awaits, parties Knowlton's Danderine from any drug
nearly those who have been carelessv store or toilet counter and jti3t try it
Ci Tal Ch0T5g. prrsIdent of the Con
solidated Awusettient-. Compajjy, a
clerk in the First American Savings
and4Tru3t Company. heretofore a
trusted employe of the institstipn. is
believed to Le a passenger In 4 the Pa
cific Mail liner Siberia, enrcute to
Shanghai or Hongkong;' It being; al
leged tbat he Is short in his accounts
with the savings ' tank In a sum bor
dei lag upon a thousand dollars. ? :f
t Chongr who promoted tha. theatrical
company . made : up-. of -locals Chinese
who Lullt Ye . Lfberty theater. Is un
derstood to .be hastening orlentwaxd,
his ticket having bees purchased' at
the local y agency .-4 through;- a fellow
countryman;"- V A': :- .f t
When tho Siberia sailed A or Japan
porta and China, shortly matter five
o'clock .. last Friday evening. ;' one
Chinese who 4s known -to have ,-been
en Intimate friend of the former the
atrical jnan and' bank employe was
returned to shore in the pijot boat, ;
According to the Story related by
offlclals at. the; First;. American Sav
ings Bank and Trust . Company this
morning, the first tntimaticn " that
anything was. wrong with- the; young
Hawaiian-Chinese " was brought to
light through Jhis ; absence trom - the
bank. - A telephone message" from h,ts
borne was received last Friday to the
effect that tbe clerk was V-I and would
not be down to his desk on that date,
; Saturday,, Inquiry, was made from
the bank, eliciting tbe response Trom
the home of ; the. . young man that
Chong had gone! to the other side of
the island, hut would be, back ready
for work on Monday1 morning. ;; r;
.. ; When Monday arrived and the em
ploye failed to appear, L. T,:Peck, sec
retary and cashier, notiSed the police
with a1 view of getting a line on the
missing- man. --.' ;'; '.,'
'.v Inquiry at the shipping offices and
In immigration circles this morning
developed the fact that it Is "generally
understood that Chong was the pas
senger in the. Siberia for whom a lo
cal Chinese pnrchased a 6econd-clas3
steamer passage to a China port, and
who afterwards left the liner as she
steamed oH the port in the" boat con
taining; the; pilot. v-; v;;--
The Consolidated Amusement com
pany has as far as we have been able
to discover at this moment lost; lit
tle through ;the suden ; disappearance
of Chong, ; so stated . J. A. Magoon,
who -but recently delinqulshed 2 the
management bt the Honolulu Amu3e
melt company at the time of the mer
ger with the newer company,, ; ; " ; -
"Mr. Robert McCreer is the treas
urer and general manager of the Con
solidated Amusement r company' and
as Ench has, since the contcliiticn cf
the iwo. amusement . entert rUts,' t-J
the entire management of the enter'
prise as well as the sole handling c f
th receipts, Mr." McGreer also.atten
to the payment of alt accounts, Cher. z
in his capacity as preside at of tba
company afilxed ; hi3 ; signature to t the
."We propose;to go ?ver the Ixwlzs
and accounts now that we have j net
learned pf Chong's ; departure," : ad
mited Mr...Masoa ;.,. .. ;: ;I';
- "We ' know of one Item of n Htt!3
less inan one nunarea dollars whic i
is missing, and may be chargeable to
the disappearance of the officer of the
company," further stated Mr. Magocn
p As far as any large sum is concern
ed, I. am sure that we are not heavily
Involved by his leaving the city.5
C. T. Chong was a; clerk In the
First American ; Savings and : Trust
Company i- of , l'awalL" -said Cecil
Brown, president of that institution.
when - asked s about; the matter thl3
morning. ; v z-vAS'z
"He has disappeared. On Friday eve
ning he left the bank, saying he wish
ed to go home on account of the siCk-
neEs. of his . child . As he did not re
turn' on 'Monday we made inquiries
of; his family, who; reported that he
himself had : oeen taken sick.
"We are now engaged in a search
for: him. His; accounts show . some ir
regularities and his books are now
being experted No, 1 don't " thing be
tas got very deep into the bank. He
was" mixed up In some theatrical ven
tures, including the Liberty Theatre
I believe.; ;-V
. "Chong has been with tbe-' bank: for
fourteen years In fact is - Us oldest
epiploye. He went Into the First Amer
ican Bank of Hawaii at its starts that
being the predecessor of this Institu
tion.' I- - ivfe,'
f i They're beauties. ' , iv
VI v.i..';;.v ;:v':-!-;;-"! y'f )'
i v Well have them on sal! Fri
day afternoon. Nov. 8th. r V
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; Pholo Supply Co.;; :
't "Everything 'Pbcf ograpMcT" Z
;'f ?V Fort Near Hotel ,
(PoulstV Wirttlesa Sytn) i ,
?-f Service i
Now handling messages, code a-J
(jtherwise, crder t ame tenns as cs.b!a
company, only , that we are in tents
a ..word cheaper. -; :- V " :
' Office Open Week days: S a. n. to
tl p. m.. Sus3aysr 8 p. m. to 11 p. m.
' 1 GlzuLi.I3 Go .t i.,
2ii vcrccl : u r j t i . i t . J
ill . . . i
TTis km i : z j ui: .:
J At; the recent CalL'rrn'a ZlzXi
I . Fair held at L:;-.-:::''
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rA nur, rir:c:r .r -' -
I i a. .
Three hundred racks of later mar
from the mainland has arrived in th
Matson Navigation steamer .Hono
lulan. - ;'. ; --'.' -;" r.
The power it creates,
its ; pixirity and wKole
someness are Nature's
greatest aid in over-
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, iin a PR EST-O-LITE -TANK
Vrf. yqur Aut9mobil and , avf :
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Agency Co Ltd.( ;
Office fa the TeLepaene BaiI4
Ing fn Adams Lane v V ;;
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ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDGL v
v KanalLis, Staled.
VYEONESOAV . -V ;
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f tie Temple, ;
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All vlilting meuitra cf I .
order ar cordially Invite T ti at
tend meeting cf tscal 1 " . .
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" Cana C. Clan. 13,c:3.t;.
I12SO 10 acres farm lanl at 11.
r .... ,1 miles from Ilinj ZL
v? - banana trees. -, ';"
ilOCO 1XM cere 3 at Fuaad. t-j:
; ;r - tag. Country Club. As a
: v -cor In part. , '. ' i
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are made on th latest Lcn-:n, r&r'J
and; Nlw.Tork Custcm lilxl .1 m
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; GRAND .REDUCTION SALE
A November 1 to November 3? -
Hardware, Crockery, Implements and
I Sporting Goods. We give .
; ' ' ' Stamps for Cash. ':.v;.-;;';r
t V SING CHAN CO.;
223 Klng St. ; ; 1 ; V Opp. Aala Par-