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HOHOLULt) J BTAU-nULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. fi, 1912.
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X0I.i;SHARP, the Sicn'Painter
aeuver promptly an
Sachs BniUing, Bcrftania'g'rC'
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of good wear-
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Nuuanu tnd Gueen Ctreett - 4 - - ,
fly . In- the amber. Where this M .
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BUILDINQ , , ; '
prices ye cbarse, "
appeals to ecouQ-;
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Makura Patsengtea at uirantin - :
Island. : ' ;
Seventeen cabin, 9 second-class and
2 steerage passengers bx)' cae from
Sydney, N. S. by -. the way of
Auckland , and Sura In the Canadian
Australian liner Makura are in 4n&r
antlnat the Federal statioiif. -there
to remain for seven days, awaiting
the dHelopraent of the suspicious
case: of - illness brought to light on
board the vessel following the vlait
of Drs. Trotter. Sinclair and other
officials connected . with the United
States quaranUne service.. A. Btrader,-W K, Orth; Lc D. Tim
A coal trimmer jn' the Masurawas nops,-Hee.rat, ifra, AValtera and citfiif
taken do'n .mith a-oalady that bear 5ir.rHan laenbiM ir
all a -aymptoma sd plague.;, Too T PfiT str; Mauaa. Kea lor. HJIq jKjrJ
4nan complained of illness h second -Nov.. C.-rMr. and . M it.. Goo Wan Hoy
day, out from Suva.'An examination cd : two children,? Mrs. 'A. fi. Bnne.
vaa made ty the local physicians on Miss A. Brunc. fflss Catncar. Mrs. II.
board tbfe fessel ; when it was decided . H Renton; Dr. H. Raymond MJA.
Jollowing a bijsultaUoi that a ' bac- Nicoll, Paul Schmidt. J. LIghtfoot. T.
lerJological' examination "he carried W. Greig, H. Ashford, Joan P. Col
but to more fujjy determine the na- turn. C. Zane. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gay.
iure of the dlsease.1 -A 1- vl H McCorrlstoniXleo., H. Robertson; S.
: Th fireman iwas removed fid.; the A. Bald win.'S. A. Walker. Jos Bisho,
Quarantine Island hospital for treat- C. C. Coonley :M."Plmental,J Jr.,IM.
pient. Today his condiUon was some- Piraental, Sr- Miia L. Pimental, Hiss
vrhai jmproted":";'--:-;:.. :.: a. Pinental, Richard Qulnn, Mrs. H. A,
Tiie ;MaMra con)Inued the 'vpyage Baldwin, IL' L. 'Kinslea, H. S. Gray,
o ' Vanponver 4 and 1 Victoria" at flY$ "Alexander Smith!Miss Silva; Mrs,
o'clock "list; -evening after f having a Akana,"Miss, Jlali, Mrs. Ha:i, A.
been', discharged of one hundred tbns "G..Hooner," Max Lewin, CiB. Gage. C.
old " storage cargo , and general tne
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Captain Josseiyn Gpea To Sea ACin.
Verifying the pfedlcUons made free
ly during jhis stay at Honolulu Captain
F. Josselm has returned to his old
love, the aea. ln advices received at
Honolalu Ebme davs .4zo bv his old I
Triftnds. , f!antJn : JftKRel vrt ? stat that 1
lie has accepted the position as mas
ter of the American Bark Footing dney
vhlch for 'many years engaged in the
York and Honolulu; Tne'Fobhng Suey
las been sold and Texas oil operators
Lave secured' the vessel and the faml- J
par oiawiaajammer nas Deen convert-r
J 1 Captain" Josselyh writes thatlie is
faaklng Tils' rs,t voyage from 'the 'i&st
fcat of the IJnlted Sutes to the" Gulf
ports in the" packet that for many trios
prpnnt"' Mainland 'merchandise - and l.
ferried .fyliTargoes of sugar to Dele
i Peri Jj.-3 Ji . ?T. .Thomas, Xor, San
lers ; ; Mrs. E- A. Anderson, William
Ansneim, 4st . uent. ii, mcc. . Bean
tjeld. wlf e 'and child ; W E ... Bl ackr G.
l4.Buchaimo, Albert Butler, Cajt.'Ph.
Gon$tab4 Miss C. M. Carroll, William
Carson, S. AV Cbarbeneau. ; U. . G.
Chipman, IsC Lieut. II. 2. Cohen and
M if , Mra-. W,;. W.! .jCoqq, CAdamajCor
wine: and daughter Mrs. Chas. Crane,
litTTVzliXTUrifiii tr.J'VcaJ "J; CV
Cuanlsghaa, II.' C.:Daniel" iBt Lieut,
y.. F. de Nledman,' wife and daugh
ter; Allie Drake, 1st Lieut D. H. Ed
warus, 2nd fLIeut V G Epory,Jlas.
tifi Fehan, Albert Fen-ch. aad xwife
1st Lieut' Er.X Fipld, II. LV Fischer,
jand wife. Miss - Fleming, Miss Georgi
an .i Goodhue, llajor ;L. E. 'Goodler,
wife and 2 children:, 1st Lieut; N. J
Orceh. & 0. Greig, B. IL Griffin, Mrs. ten oV!lok,v
Ja3. O. Harbord, Miss. Grave , Haver-! According to advices received from
kan p, Miss Hicks, R . W'. Hines, Mrs. .e coast the" Pacific Mall Jiner China
B. V. Hey, A. G. Hoag and wife, Miss" iom San' Francisco Is, due to arrive
Olive Hoskins, FX M. James ;' Clark at the port Friday morning and will
iaces, L. C. t Jewett, D. E. Komp, receive a-pnmpt dispatclvifor the
Louritz Laurltse n and : mitts Mrs. p;i orient- o ;
a Laws, ; Mrs.v Jv J. "Lynch, Mrs. J, Fligs at , half mast at several points
C. !Iagee, Cecelia Meally, F. T. Mpnt-! ajong thB waterfront:Ur;not occasion
Boniery.i Truman : O Murphy, wife through the Democratic landsJUe.
and, daughter; H. A. McClure, Miss A thirty day period of 'mournlhg the
JIary F.r McLaughlin,- Capt Frank death of Vice President Sherman still
Nicerson, Miss Bertha NIggell,;WtobUJnsv":?'t7S :ilMf:?.::'f--E
i O'Connor, J. L';:' Oswald; M I J . I WIth.th? departure pf hp transport
Peterson, Major E. G. Peyton, Harding "Thomas -and - the Matson Navigation
Polk; wife and infant; Mrs. D; D.i liner Wiihelmlna shortly ' after 10
Porter, G.-T. Sargeant; 0 E.-; Scheid, o'clopk" this morning;: the waterfront
and wife, A. E. Skinner, Mrs. B . O : ', presented' a rather, animated! appear
Stc r. e, J . H. Sutton 2nd, UeuC Hr. H-! ance despite the ravages of ah elec
Taiter;. wife and fantifMst Ueut.ltion tight -h: -
C. P. Townsend and . wife,' C. XL Vl
rich; G." W. Van Hooaa and vlfe. Har-, ballot ta: conventtflp,V2 but. the. -secret
ry'Wade, 2nd Lieut L.. S.'Wass, F. casting of votes at the polls yesterday
C. Whidden, Alex. ' Wlllemson,' S. W. did the trick," laughed one well-known
Williams, C.Y.-WUlmarth and wifeshippipgman, who has.. ' th nianage
H..F. Wilson and wife, W. B. Jerni-.' mentian'd: bandlingof :a considerable
gan,;II. R.-Levy, Capt T. E. Merrill, force atonr the .fronts A-V -Miss
Mary; Strong, Mrs. R. C. Wil-j "In the s; safe, of ;vthe Interisiand
Hams. ' ' f : iy.-'V-r PXjr Steam Navigation Co there hai hepos
ri Per ; M.'; N,(. S.c S. honotutan frdm ' ed a prognostication concerning the re
San Franclco-Fdr Honolulu: Dr. '? suit of, the election on the mblnland,
Geo. S. Aiken, Mrs. B. Bossell, Mr? and made by medast April,? said CatQin
Mrs. David Brown, Mr. J. Aw Buck, Mr. Campbell at the I. L. chandlery this
VV. Buck,;Mr. and Mrs. J. Canric" mcrnirig "Ask John Lane jast how
Mr. M, Coito, . Mr. and -ttxs! A.J. iaf I was" out in my, guess. V f '
Cronjte. Mr. Engle; Mrs. V- arns-j ?rhe Inter-Island steamer ;'Glaudlne
worth, Mr. Robert Gillespie, :It, and .will depart for the regular Maul and
Mrs.' Ly Herbert and tnree children, f Hawaii ports at 5 o'clock Friday even
Ensign Jehlsky, Miss J, E Voinsoa, TUg bearing passengers, .freight .. and
M r. Geo. Larsen, Mrs: fV XvUp&manr ."news f blues, for the faithful )Re
Dr. and Mrs; G. W. McCoy and son, ' publican patriots on the valley isle.
Miss; Virginia Miller, Sir 'James MMfs, I Salltng.from Honolulu on Oct 11th
Mrs)W C Moore, Mr. R. C. Patterton, the ' American schooner .nriiev"Camp
Mr. G. M. Roe, Miss Zilva M. Rodgers, bell arrived at San Pedro on Monday.
C GIRLS! SURELY TRY THIS!
All You Need is a 25 cent Bottle pf "OaPfcrinB"rHair Gets
:Pt, Lustrous, Fluffy and Abundant At- Once v -
"Immediate? Yes! Certain? that's
the Joy of It Tour hair becomes
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light' wavy, fluffy, abundant and ap-
peara; as, sofV lf tousjaad butlfuj
as a young glrrs alter a.Dandertne ates the scalp, forever stopping ucn
hair cleanse. Just try this moisten ing and falling hair, but what will
a cloUi with'allttle Danderine and 'please you' tnOst will be aft'er a lew
carefully draw It through . your-hair, weeks' use of Danderine, when you
takings one small strand v at a time. Twill actually see . new hafr fine and
This will cleanse the hair Of dnst dirt 'downy at first yes but really new
or excessive oil and In Just a few top- ihalri growing air over fher scalp. U
mentis you have doubled; 'the jeauty of you care for pretty, soft balr, and lots
yourjialr. ;V'i? SfJ1- f .- t purely, get a 25 cent bottle pt
delightful surprise awaits, partic- Knowlton's Danderine from any drug
ularly those who have been careless, store or toilet counter and Just try it
a! r. and lira. B. User Mlaa- M. Hose,
Mrs. RScndder. Mr. J. W. Tuft.
" Per atmr. W. G. : Hall, from Kanal
Roendaht. Y. O.
Park ftM 18 deck.
Per ttr. Mikabala, for Maui and
loka.1 porta,Nov. -6. J. JIarseT, Van
HIng. . - . . ; V-fef--'-- - ."
f Pr str; Klnaay jor-tw porta, Nov.
W.iJrlning. Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
Purvis. G K. tarison Wnu Kruse,
ti. BiQjioro, ueT. eBuar Air. ana
rrs. O. Bonamy;
Per str? W. 0. Hall, for Kauai ports,
:T - .P
' , Cliadine, torHI d vawy
P' "8 Novw 8 "rR' J K. Bonlne, Xapt.
nVmHowe, Thos.j; Heehey.!
, Per : str. Mauna- Kea,, for; If no v la
way ports, Nov. 9.- K. V. Ching, E. A.
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Special fable to rechaBts, V?
; ; Wedntsday, Nov. 6.vi t
S, AN FRANCISCO-Salled, Nor. 6 : D.
? 8,'r A. T.f Sherraany for Honolulu. ? :
SAN FRANCISCOSailedNov. S.
MUKIIEOSalle4 NoT, 6:V Bktne.
HILO Arrived. Nov. It Bktne.. S. G.
i Wilder, -from Grays Harbor.: ' "
VOKOIIAMAr-Arrired, Nov, 6 1 S. S,
SMnyo Maru. heAe Oct $5.. ;
R. S Manama; ?will arrive- from
5 victoria aoout z,p.. m, toaay ana sau
for ; Sydney abont 19 p. m
iim,. i. KiilS
The if araca from Vancouver and
Victoria this ; afternoon ' will ';be dls-
patched for tne colonies on or ahouc
!?Theyf may urge an4 f0ist the: open
whose hair has been neglected or Ii
acraggy,-faded, dry, brittle or thin.
Lesidet beautifying the hair, Dander
,;SiacAivo .rv narttri. r rfand-
j m can8es purifies; and Jpvigqr.
G, Tai Chono Has Irregularities
with Thcntcr Co: and Sav-;.
-T-inns 3ank . : :
! CTal CoongV prf aldct of the Con
solidfted - : Ataoaamenr CompanyA a
Mo-1clerk tn the First American Savings
ana . trust uompany, v neretororc a
trusted employe of the institntloa is
believed to be a passenger In thy Pa
cific Mall liner Siberia, enrput'e to
Shanghai or Hongkong, -it "being f al
iegcoT that be is abort in bis accounts
with the savings bank Jn, a sum bor
dering unoa a thousand doilira.
r Xhong, who promoted the theatrical
company made u of jlocatJblhese
who Luilt '-Ve Liberty theater. Is un
derstood to be hastenins; prientwaruY
his ticket '. having been" purchased u at
the y local t ageaey 4hropgh a. fellow,
count ryraan 3
f WUen the Siberia "sailed r for Japan
ports .and China,- abortljr.? after five
o'clock fTlaat Friday ; evening one
ChJnes VliAtlasA'.tolutvC been
an r Intimate Jriehd of the former the
atrical manand - bank employe was
returned to shore in the1' pilot boat J-
, According to the story 'related : by
officials at the First American Sav
ings Bank - aniTrustf Company ? this
morning, the1 first r Intimation , that
anything was wrong rtth:th f. young
Hawaiian-Chinese 'waa i, brought ' to
light through his absence; from -the
bank A telephone message from his
home "was received 'last Friday to the
effect that the clerk was VI and would
not be down to hla desk on that date.
- Saturday, Inquiry' was, made from
the bank eliciting the response front
the home of the" young ' man -.i that
Chong had gone to the other side of
the Island, bat' would be back ready
for-work on Monday morning. !va; '
. ? When Monday arrived and the em
ploye failed to appear, Lv T. Peck, sec
retary and cashier, notified the" police
with a view of getting a line on the
missing man. . 3 V
Inquiry at the shipping bSces 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 purchased a second-class
steamer passage to a China port, and
who afterwards left the liner as she
steamed off the port, in the, boat con
taining, the plVM.rr:----.'vf?.,"-:
r The Consolidated Amcsement com
pany has as far as wa have been able
to discover at ;this ; moment lost lit
tle - through the ; anden r. disappearance
of , Chong," se . stated V. A. Magaon,
who . but recently deilnqulsbed , the
management of the Honolulu Amuse
ineit company at the' time of ,the me
ger with the newer company.?
r 'Mr.- Robert McGreer )s - the treasr
urer and .general manager of the Con
solidated Amusement t company, : and
as such has, since the consolidation of
the two amusement entertiizes, tzi
the entire ' management of .the enter
prise as well as the sole handling of
th. receiptaMr. McGreer also attends
to the payment of all accounts, Chong
in his capacity as .president of the
company afixed his ' signature to the
checks .!! ; ; .-
SVe propose to gd ' over, the books
and accounts now that we - have Just
learned of Cbong's : departure," .' ad
mlted Mr. Magoon; v " y-y 1 '-'JS-. -
"We know of one : item of a. little
less than one hundred dollars which
Is missing,, and may; be , chargeable to
the disappearance of the officer of the
company,' further stated- Mr. Magoon.
Aa far as any large sum Is concern
ed, J am sure that we are not heavily
Involved by his leaving the city. ;
' T.. Chong was a clerk in the
First American Savings and . . Trust
Company of . Hawaii," . said : Cecil
Brown, president of that institution,
when: asked about the matter this
morning. --y? .- i.
He has disappeared: On Friday eve
ning he left the tank, saying, he wish
ed, to go" home pa account of the sick
ness of his child. As he did, not re
turn on Monday - we. made inquiries
of t his family, who" reported .. that, he
himself had been : 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, I don't thing he
has got very deep Into the bank He
was mixed up In some theatrical ven
tures. Including the Liberty Theatre
I believe; , ; , v v ' ? -.
-Chong' has been with the bank for
fourteen ,yeart-4n fact- Is its : oldest
employe He went Into the First Amer
ican Bank of Hawaii at Its sUrt that
being the predecessor or this Institu
tion." .1 " . -.: ,
f Three hundred sacks yf later ina!
from the mainland has. arrived In th
Matson Navigation steamer Hono
tulan. v;: . . .-. - , .
The power it creates, f
its 'purity ; and whole- -r
v someness are Nature's '
- greatest trid vcC over-'
r coming disease
' ! ALL DRUGGTSTS
& They're beauties. ,V : X -
; ;Well have;them on salFrl--'
da afternoon, ?"ovl th. " s ' !;: 5
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i 'Everything Photographic"
Fort, Near Hotal
(Poutsen Wireless System)
1C35 Atakea Street 1 FJisrj
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Now handling v messages, cods and
otherwise, under sane terms as catls
company caly that wa are 1J cczta
a -word cheaper. - r - " -
Office Open Week days: 8 a, tx to
It p. m. Sundays: 8 p. m. to 11 p. n.
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: f Atf- .the 'recent .'Caliruraia 'Ctat
: iFalr held at izrz zzi3:
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? VON HAMM-YOUNG CO, LTD.
' Importers, Machinery and ' !
J I r--.-r- v Commltsbn f.!?rchir ''
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I ' Automobiles and Autamc.IJa
y . .r ' .'.Supplies - ? '
1. ALEXAND J-H YOU NO 7 CLCX'
r VCor, KIrj r.4 Dhtzp Cts. '
5 i Office Vv."..i;v., 2137
( Auto Supply DejL 7.'.i'..''isn.
i Auto Salesroora ;v.:U,;.; 3253 j
"Merchandise & Machinery. 2411
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! ASSOCIATED nDAHAC LTP.
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J SCHUMAN CAHHIAC? CO,
? j . " Merchant 8tmt
t .Use a.PREST-O-LlTE TANK
no your : Automobile and eve
'Acefylehe Light and 2
yy;yi- Agency Co., Ltd. ; y
Office In the Telephone Balld
ing en Adams Lane.
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Yall & Dougherty
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
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WCON ESOAVt ' -' "
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ordr are cordlly invited ta tt
tnd metlngs"ctl:alU-- ;
I iioaciu:a . Lc::3 -
816. a p. 0. 1 .
, meets la th
) King St,
' every Vrll:
meets ta their tr.!. r
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I1CC3 Lot ca Punnal Ave adjc:-!-:
f ,. .Oiha C. Club. 1 0.C C 3 s 3. ft
1120010 acres farm land at Ki' !
r J7 1 miles from King St 1C .. ;
. ''banana trees. ; 'z-:-' .-; -
fificb tacres at; rsaani, 'a'djc
, ing Country Clab. A a whe:
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p. ii sTn.uci!.
Welty Cuildin ; 74 C. r-rt
are made on the latest London, Pirtj
and New- Tork Custom Lasts. . ; :;;
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Xmj and CUtW Stmtt
7 GRAND REDUCTION SALE
Hardware, Crockery, Implements and. "
V d i sporting Goods.' We Olve ; --
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