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HOXOtCLC STAIMim.LETIX, MOXTV.VT, PEC. 0, 1912.
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PURSER SMITH, THIRTY YEARS ON
, TRANS PACIFIC 111', GOES INSANE
" A dean anions et?amI .lp oli ialsin i e.el there being sacks for the
the Pacific, and fcr thirn v,.-..rs -w. it n j i!ands.
, . . , . The Sierra is liitid to depart for
vessels Hying the Ocean,,- house Hag. I Franc,S(.0 at noon Satnrday De
Thomas C. gmith, veteran pnnwr, or J ,.mber uthf taking a fair list of cabin
pte years with the liner Sierra suf-1 in( senders and a cargo made up or
fered an almott conu.letc iuental col! r-tcderate shipments ' of 'pineapples,
laffe fuat before the vesuI reached
Sen Francisco on the last voyage, and
to last accounts the popular an l be
loved officer, bereft of reason is an
inmate of a San Frnci panitarium;
rrith little of no hoie of Ms ever re-
covering his reason.1 ' ' '
Parser Smith has been omnia ining
Jf 111 health for tome months pist. On
the last trip to Honolulu be Buffered
,': greatly from the, effects of a siege of
dengue fever.' The affliction lei V hi rrt
In bad shape physically;'
It was but a day before the "Sierra
vat to have reached , San 'Francseo
that his fellow ofneers noticed that the
teteran purser was far from being bis
eld self. It Is claimed that before the
. liner made port, he became more or
less violent and grate -results were
-.feared.- . '.
h '. At the coast city where Mr. Smith
'-V' : has made his home for many years, he
was taken In scarce by his wife and
i also friends, v
With the arrival of the Sierra at
Honolulu this morning It was stated
that the purser's mental - trouble was
much ; aggravated by having, fallen
from, a street ctr. Striking his head,
ihe former Oceanic officer sustained
serious injuries which resulted in Ms
mind-becoming a .blank; v '"
'Later: the ateamsnip ;' man showed
what was believed unmistakable symp
toms of becoming violet arid he was
cent before a lunacy commission who
ordered that the officer be placed in a
state or private institution. ; '-1
At the time the Sierra departed for
'J,''" Honolulu, Purser Smith showed ;no
,.v Bigna of improvement. He' isr 'alleged
; V--a labored under the Jialuclnaiwn that
' ; Jio wan a .man : of great wealth ' and
v.'th- a private yatht;at his, disposal
, endeavored to enlist; a ,arge company ,
to join him on a cruite of the world.
- 1: ; While enlisting the best ,of medical
; fikfll In behalf of tlx alflictodtaanhis
friends fear that there is little hope
lor complete recovery. y
Thomas C. Smith, has been identi
fied with the Oceanic Steamship, Com-1
prny practically from the initial opera
tion of. steamers in the Pacific. Jle
was" exjremely well known :; to thou
tanfls vtravelers wno voyaged from
the coast to the islands, and Jihtd Aus
tria. Of late years, be served in an
' official capacity witn the old Zcalan
i'aj then the Australia, fallowed i by
'" yetrs on the Mariposa and. Alameda.
In the Mariposa and Alameda, Purser
Smith became as well known to r ni-
ping fraternity in the colonies as at
Auckland, Pago Pago, Honolulu and
Can Francisco. Vr .:- ' " '
Smith was rated as one of the besf
' liked officers with the Oceanic com-
; ' pany today. When the service to Aus
t" ti alia was resumed about -two years
;. ego, he was offered a billet with a
- licet plying between San Francisco
end Sydney," but- expressed hisv pre
ference to remain with the )ton0lulu
ferry service." 1 .' ." V " ' '
Of a genial and pleasing disposition.
Smith won a large circle of friends
nrho will receive news of his mlsfor
(Lune with much gehulrie sorrow--and
regret,- " ' ' -v:
. The Sierra arrived from San Fran
rlsco this morning, following a fair
trip fnn the mainland with S. M. Wil
liams, a formerPacific Mail and Toyo
KIsen Kalsha man ia the pursers of
. lice, Williams made his last 'voyage
,frcm the orient to the coast In the new
lenyo 3Iaru;-serving , in the capacity
?oI Purser. t; Followin; some years
epent on "thore llliaras was finally
induced to again take to the sea. The
'. new purser in" tie Fier:a c-ame into
pert this morning only to reew a num
ber of. acquaintances made here years
' ego. - '
Taking' the place wade vacant by
tf e retirement of Dr. S. C. IXHjnhardt
.ho figured in a dining saloon brawl
on the board the Sierra on the last
Voyage to the coast. Dr. Mition Shut
is now Installed as medical ofliter In
Vi liner. Dr. Shutz 5s no stranger to
Honolulu having visited the Islands
fccrre three yearn ago at which time he
remained here for tome weeks.
Bringing 6? cabin and 14 steerage
jMEsengera the Sierra was at the
Oceanic wharr shortly before, eistu
o'clock this mornmg. Captain Honde
lttte reported some, rough weather
during the first few days of the trip.
The Sierra passengers while, small
In number were rated as a rather live
ly lot and a pleasing series of enter-
tninmehts were successfully planned
ted carried out.
The Sierra tou'.i li n e easily acconi
U.cdated one hiwlred and twenty-five
additional passcnrore in the first cabin
bad they applied.-for transportation.
Dtspite the fact that the tourist sea
son in nearins its height itcsmersare
leaving San Francisco with many
Of the thirty-five hundred tons cargo
"or discharge at this port, there is in
. C'lided -eighteen automobiles. .
A arge rniil wis landed .from t"he
HAVE YOUn BAGGAGE HANDLED BY RELIABLE BAGGAGE-MEN
p 4 inn
sue, rice and coffee. .
Rosecrans Will Enter Honolulu
The Rosecrans, an oil tanker which
has , been persistently persued by a
well-developed hoodoo, will again en
ter the Hawaiian islands trade with
the3 completion of the extensive re
pairs. Officers in tne. Sierra bring the re
port that the Rosecrans, which was
well nigh destroyed by nre at Port
San Luis, will-hae the deck house
restored to us rormer dimensions.
Seventy thousand dollars are to be
expended in renovating the Rosecrans
preparatory to re-entering the Hawai
ian trade. ''- : ;
It was about a year; ago that the
Rosecrans was left an almost . total
wreck on the Southern California
coast, the vessel having been driven
ashore, and her 'officers and crew
barely escaping with their lives.
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Lodantr in-the role of Flying;
Dutchman. '; ' ; V '.:
There are some who would place
the safe, sane and conservative Brit
ish freighter Lodaner in the "flying
Dutchman" class without justification
by facts.. t- :;,..' .i -r'-.
' The statement appearing in a morn
ing paper to the effect that the Guide
had received a cable that the Lodaner
left 1 Newcastle for Honolulu "on,; Sat
urday is denied by the management'
Ther Lodaner called at Honolulu -on
October 24, en route from, Suva to
British Columbia, the captain desiring
to; land a sick sailorV-A message to
the local brnch of the Merchants Ex
change received -yesterday did state
that the British freighter had reached
Vancouver. ' ' ;
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Honolulan Sailing : Deferred. ' "
".- The Matson ' Navigation steamer
Honolulan will . in aU probability be
dispatched forSan Francisco at six
o'cJork, - Wednesday evening r ihstead
ot ti ten o'clock in .the morning as
originally planned. The vessel (Is at
Hilo, wherfeifjfearl three thousand
tons general :, cargo' from the fmaih
land :is being discharged The Ho
nolulan may return to Honolulu late
Tuesday r afternoon , or at an f early
hour Wednesday morning, -i- r '
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Kiyo Maru Bringing Nitrates. -
Nitrates to the f amount . of one
thousand tons is due to arrive at this
port from South America in the- Jap
oriese liner Kiyo. Maru.- The steam
er' is expected here on or, about Fri
day and will remain at the port-for
several days 'pending 'a fumigation
alnd the discharge of cargo Castle
&; Cooke are the local agents for , the
vessel; ' v"1, V-. ':'T;u '
Per O. S. S. S.- Sierra, from San
Francisco For Honolulu: Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Allmah and two children.
M. C. Auger. Harry . Barf leld, .Miss F.
Bentley, L. T. Blandlngr Mr,- and Mrs.
H. C. Blaney, Mrs. Bray," Mrs. Alfred
Brooke, Miss Elsa Brooke, Mrs. C. S.
Carlsmlth, W. D. Collins, Mr: and
Mrs. J. M; Cull, -Miss J. M. Cunning
ham, Miss S. J. Cunningham, J.- F.
Daly, BvW. Drlscoll, . Mrs. -Agnes
Driver and JnfU Dr. W. O. Dun woody,
H I Fogarty, G. T. Foote, Ih G.Gray,
Miss Beatrice . Hall, Mrs. C. a Hall,
Mrs. M. E. Harris, -Miss Ethel Harris.
Mis Evelyn Harris, H. M von Holt,
L. J. Howbert, E. M. Jones,,; Ernest
Kaal, Mrs. C. M. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs.
K. C. Klyee, Mrs. Augusta Kolb, Mrs.
J. M. Krohn, Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Ijwls. Miss Helen Lewis. Master Ed:
arri Lewisk Hon. . C Lister G R.
Lynch, Miss" M. McLennan; Mrs. tD.
G. May. Master Jack May, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Mayn, Mr. Miller, L. M.
Morrison,' W; Nut tall, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Parrent, Mrs. W. G. Pillar. Mis
Frances Pillar. Miss Grace Pillar, G.
T. Rodduck, deo. Saake, Mrs. G. F.
Semple, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stanhope,
Mrs. D. I). Wallace, C. Welsemann,
Mrs. A. P. Wright.
' Per str. Mauna Ixa, from Kauai
ports, Dec. 8. G. A. -Anderson, Mrs.
West, Hans Isenberg, Miss Mae
Brown, Mrs. H A. Knudsen. Miss
Knudsen. Miss L'Orange, A. M. Mc
Bryde, Thos. Cliff, W. P. Iee, G. Gea
coraettej Aiiss B. Miller, D. L. Austin,
Mr. Shinobara, George Tanaka, J. E.
Hughes. Wm. Knight. A. O. Bottle
son. Miss Louise Smith. H. M. Harri
son, J. Fukuga, M. M. Graham, Mrs.
M. R. Jardine, Mrs. M. J. Teves, Miss
M. E. Miller, II. D. Wlshard, Rev. T.
Toda and 46 feck.
Per str. Likelike, from Maui and
Molokai iorts, Dec 8. H. E. Cooke,
E. Ah Kee, Mrs. S. E. Kaiu. Mrs. .1.
Z. Jeremiah, J. B. Stewart. J. K. Loni
son, T. Matsui, Dong Kong. 'Dong
Wing Pork. Sergeant, Walters,- W. R.
Tripp, H. R. Hitchcock, Mrs. T. T.
Meyer, T. Meyer.Jr., and 43 deck.
mum last night; 70.
Wind 6 a. m., velocity 4. W.; 8 a.
m.. velocity X, N, K.; 1,0 a. m , veloc
ity 12, X. K. I 12 noon, velocity 12. R
Movement past 24 hours, 146 miles.
Barometer at 8 a. m., 30.01. Rela
tive humidity. 8 a. m 64. Dew-iKInt
at 8 a. m.. 63. Absolute humidity, 8
a. m., C.373. Rainfall. .02
Per T. K. K. Nippon Maru from San
Francisco and due at Honolulu Dec
13. For Yokohama Tangue K. Asa
kura. S. Attie, F. D. Hryant, R. H
Cochrane, Mrs. J. Cook. Rev. Mr. Cur
tfg. J. A. Kurea. & Hullshoff. Mrs. A
Hu'.Ishoff. T. Kemsten, Mrs. H. Morri
son, Mr. Watanabe, Lieut. C. Yamada.
For Shanghai Dr M. G. Kirby
Gomes, Mrs. S. C. Kirby GomesMrs
FL Kirbv Gomes. Miss Silib Kirby
Gomes, H. R. Wilson.
Per str. Kilauea. for Kona and Kau
ports, Dec. 13. Mr. -and Mrs. E. ES.
Conant, Francis Lyman, - Mrs. F. A.
Lyman, Master H. Lyman, Miss Ar
nold, Dr. and Mrs. Goodhue, Miss
Goodhue, George Lindley, Stanley
Mott-Smith, Ernest Mott-Smlth.
Per str- Claudine, for Ho, via way
ports, Dec. 13, Miss M. Taylor, Miss
Myrtle Taylor, Miss O. Lindsay, Miss
M. Deas; Miss I Gibb, Miss E. Gibb,
WmA . Hitchcock,' J. Chalmers, A
Wadsworth, D. Wadsworth, Miss G
Afelnecke, Miss E. Chalmers, Miss A.
Chalmers, Miss O. Robinson. : . -VPer
O, S. S. Sierra, for San Fran
cIsco, Dec 14. W. L. All man, -Mrs.
Allmah and two children,. Miss W.
Blackle.- H. H. Blood. W.' S. Brown,
Mrs, Brown. Mrs. Alex, Chalmers. Dr
Cbwes; H i A ; Davis, Mrs." Davis, Mrs.
A. Duren Edwin K. Fernandez, J. W,
Flynn, Miss Marguerite Flyna, Capt
Iiv Forff, M. J. Getz, MrsM. A: Heb-
bard, W.J. G. Land, Mrs.. Land, W, F
Markham, Mrs. Markbam, K. Mayer,
Mrs. Mayer, F. Mayn, Mrs. MaynIiss
A.. E. O'Connell, C. B. Reynolds, P.
D Robinson, ' Mrs. - Robinson, F.- C.
Ruff head, Miss' Kathleen C. Ruttman,
Mrs.'E. EAI Rumney, E.r Spiegelberg,
Miss - Sarah Storle, . Miss Josephine,
Storie, Walter F. Sutberst, Mrs. J.
H. Taplin, P. H. Watson, S. D. Wil
son, Mrs. Wilson. v -'.
Per - str. Mauna Kea, for. Kilo, via
way ports Dec. 14. L. Gay, E. Gay,
Rv Gay;-; Elsl Gay, Maty Gay, C.
Baldwin. W. Paris; Alleen Gibb,
Ester Gibb Miss M. Austin, : Miss V.
Austin, D. Wadsworth, A. Wadsworth,
S. Austin; -W Bond, K. G. Bond, Miss
M:Renton, Miss E. ;Renton,'R Bald
win H. Baldwin, Miss Ethel Paris,
Mrs; J. D.' Paris, A Paris,' Mrs. E.
AnhgstMlss Akedman. Miss; Madden.
Nora Molr; Grlta Molr. Herbert Cul-
len; Miss V; Madden, Mis F.Lidgate,
Miss E. Udgate,' G. Molr, Miss C.
Rcld, Miss -M... Forrest , Mrs. G.
Wright; E. M.-Campbell, Mr. -and Mrs.
A. Falke. Vv'-r.-.-:.
Per' str Mtkahala, -for Maui and
Mblokal ports, Dec lT.Miss M. Mey
er, Miss A. Meyer,' MIs Annie Meyer.
Per str. KInau; for Kauai ports, Dec.
1 T.-J. P. Cooke. Mrs. W. M. Vincent,
Miss G. E. VincenC r : r
Per- tr. Mauna - Kea, for Hilo,- via
way ports, Decv 18.-Miss. H. Robinson,
Mies L. Robinson, Miss Jean Prltchard
Miss Maggie Prltchard;' Master A. Mcr
Kenzie, Mrs. H. McKenzie, Mr. and
Mrs.' H. P.. Wood, Miss H. Caldwell,
Miss L. MarwelL- . -- :
Per str. W. G Hall, : for Kauai
ports, -Dec. 19. Miss A. Grobe, Miss
Bettencourt, Miss D. Grobe, Miss
V. WenseIau;MIss II. - Schlmmelfen
nlg. Miss A. Miller. . ; : S r: 1
Per str. Claudine, for Hilo : via
way ports, Dec. 20. Miss S. Kalino,
Foster Robinson, ' A. Robinson, C.
Robinson, Miss R. Hansen, Miss M.
Per str, Claudine, for Hilo, via way
pots, Dec; 20. Miss. Robinson, Mrs.
M. E. Perley,
Per str. Kinau. fur Kauai ports, Dec.
2 J Miss H. Schemmingfly, Miss J. A.
MAIL FROM ORIENT.
The Pacific Mall liner Korea arrived
from the Orient this afternoon and
docked at the Alakea wharf at three
o clock. She brings 1700 tons of careo
and a large number of Asiatic steer
age passengers, Including Japanese
The Korea will be dispatched for
San Francisco tomorrow morning at
10 o clock and there will be room for
one hundred cabin passengers.
It is said that the Czar of Russia
is ready to concede the sovereignty of
Mongolia to the Chinese republic.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. M. J. Oliveira and family, who
recently lost their home and house
hold effects by fire in Laimi road.
Nuuanu V alley, take these means of
gratefully thanking their Iriends and
neighbors for the sympathy and lib
eral financial aid accorded to them
for the relief of their great distress.
-advertisement. ' it
SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed
"Proposals for Structural Material
for Pump Well." will be received at
the Bureau of Yards and Docks. Navy
Department. Washington, until 1 1
o'clock a. m.. December 2S. 1312 and
then and there publicly opened, for
fabricated structural steel and certain
other material for pump well, deliv
Temperature 6 a
: 10 a. m.. 77; li
ered at the Naval Station. Pearl Har
bor, Hawaii. Plans and specifica
tions can be obtained on application
to the Bureau. WM. M. SMITH. Act
ing Chief of Bureau. November L'.Y
r4 13 Dec. 9. 16.
VESSELS TO AND ;
FROM THE ISLANDS
Special Cable to Herckaats
from Grays Har-J
SEATTLE Sailed, Dec.
ades, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Sailed, Dec.
S. S. Hy
S. S. Hy-
ades, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived. Dec.
it . n.ii..
VANCOUVER Arrived. Dec. 8. S.
S. Lodaner, hence Nov. 25:
S. S. KOREA sails for San Fran
cisco Tuesday, 10 a. m.
The Thomas, from the Coast, is ex
pected to arrve here on Thursday
According to cables received here,
the Japanese liner Nippon Maru
sailed from the Coast with a fair list
of passengers for the OrlenL
The lnter-lslhnd steamer Kinau is
scheduled to return to her old run to
Kauai ports, leaving Honolulu for the
Garden Island at 5 o'clock tomorrow
evening. r - ; -.. ':. ';-' --
The Pacific:' Mail liner-Korea, arriv
ing from Ibe" Ibrietit this afternoon, is
on the berth" to sail for San Francisco
on or about 10 - o'clock tomorrow
morning. ; ' '- - -.
-The American schooner Sehome, in
ballast, is expected to get away for
the Sound today. ; Captain Piltz has
been endeavoring to 'sign on a crew
for the trip. . , -. .
, The .steamer , Likelike Is again se
lected . to .take up the run to Maui
ahd. Molokai . ports ; formerly covered
by the Mikahala,- v The Likelike is
listed for dispatch at 5 o'clock tomor
row evening. . j v
The discharge of nearly three thous
and tons of general cargo at Hilo will
serve to detain that vessel at the Big
Island port until Tuesday evening.
The , Honolulan will probably depart
for - the coast on or about 6 o'clock
Wednesday evening instead of at 10
o'clock Wednesday morning.
RED CROSS WOMAN
VV ; :H0r BY JAPAN
WASHINGTOS. Nov. 29. Miss Ma
bel Boardman, secretary of the Ameri
can. Red. Cross, l.tpday received from
the White House the Insignia of the
Fifth Order of Crown,, conferred upon
her ty. the Japanese emperor for. dis
tinguished service. :--:' . .j- -'
; So ' far as officials hero know today,
It Is the first time an American wom
an has : been, sol honored by Japan.
The order, conferred upon Miss Board
man was especially established to rec
ognlze meritorious services done by
Women, v.-' ;-; -..f " . v
The insignia nff sent, to President
Taft,' president ot.ithe American Red
Cross, by Marquis Matsukati, head of
the Japanese Red Cross. ? President
Taft has written to the marquis and
to ' the Japanese emperor,- thanking
them for the honor paid Miss Board-
5,t,' viv-iV-i-'i '
BAR ASSOCIATION1 r
5 : yt HONORS JURIST!
Fifteen members of the Bar Asso- '
elation of Hawaii, including the presl-'
dent, . F... E. Thompson; Governor
Frear and Secretary E. A. Mott-Smith,1
entertained. U,:. -District Judge Van
Fleet and Collector of Customs Strat
ton of San Francisco, at luncheon at
the. Pacific Club at noon today.' The
two distinguished visitors leave for
home on the Korea tomorrow. Judge;
Van Fleet" was taken on a sightseeing
tour around the island Saturday,, with i
luncheon at the Haleiwa hoteL Those (
in the party were Attorney Frank E.
Thompson, U. H. District Judge Clem-'
ons, Attorney General Lindsay, Judge
Arthur Wilder, E. VV. Sutton, W. O,
SmLh and George Davis.
TEX THOUSAND DOLLAR DEAL
For. a consideration of $10.129 40,
John T. Molr has released to the Pu
kaa Agricultural Co., Lil., Iii3 Inter
ests in nineteen pieces or land in the
district of Hilo. The total .ir2a of the
lands in question is 219.33 acres, and
the interests of Mr. Molr therein cov
ered an aggregate of, 128.36 acres.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Board of Directors of the Y.
W. C. A. will meet Tuesday morning,
Dec. 10th at 9 o'clock, in the Boston
A Russian countess, advocate of
municipal reforms, declares that
flat" life is an insidious disease
fostering race suicide and .extrava
gance; tnat it makes a man a Slave
and a woman a shirk.
Richard Frayne of Lowell. Mass.,
was killed by falling 2000 feet from
his parachute at Jacksonville, Fla.
earn, furnished and
houses. We have the
& A.. S3 Merchant St.
Pans Took No.
to the bank.
lM.2!t'. The P.ar.'.v 01'
Finder please return
P-auk Book No. s:42 on s he Firt
Amernan Savings & Trust Co. of
Hawaii. Finder please return to
lank and receive reward. r.i:.;?.r.
(Continued from Page 1)
Neatly, but not in the least flashily
; dressed, a party of three did not seem
. . '
The Sierra had not left the Faral
lones twenty-four hours astern, how
ever, before there was something do
ing in the smoking room of that liner
that caused several seasoned trans-
1 1 av.ill. iiairreu a " - r
"W""V "i rTl
notice of what was going on about
It remained for two members of
Chief Steward Hackett's department
to positively identify the trio as a
brace of professional gamesters who
throughout the summer months are
said to have been "working" the
With all the appearance of being
strangers to each other and meeting
by chance in the smoking room, the
male members of the party quietly
enlisted several passengers Into a
gam of -cards. Poker , waa at first
proposed. One of the alleged profes
sionals, however,. at the last moment
insisted that bridge be substituted.
One or more, games - of 'whist were
played without Incident, no stakes
having been hung up on this game, .
.Along in the evening, the usual
contingent of male passengers drifted
into the saloon and again cards were
proposed. The same stock argument
followed, apparently between the two
strangers. Poker this time held
swar. while three passengers filled
in the hands. . , -. " V
All went well until one of the party
proposed a trifling ante but with no
particular limit I '
. It was noticed about this time that
a steward having. : been summoned
spotted the -pair who he. reported at
the first opportunity ' to hia .superior
officers as, professional .card manipu
lators. r '- - .- '
, The woman is alleged as traveling
as i; the .wife ..of , one of the , male mem
bers of the. party. . --V- : .- - '
5; S Ii-.-fr r srllv dur
In the Alakan trade, specially our-
Steamshln men who have servea
ing the summer months,, atate that
card : sharps . are more or less con-
stantly traveling on the steamers ply
ing from ;the gold fields to Seattle
and San , Francisco.. , . . r t i
The declaration was made on board
the Sierra, this morning that the trio
had been positivefy . identified as hav
ing, made frequent ? trips on vessels
steaming v in northern waters. ;
r It is presumed that 1 reports of ja
constantly increasing: tourist .travel
towards the Hawaiian islands, has
attracted-the attention of .the profes
sion In this direction. It has been
some ;time since a -systematic at
tempt has V been made ' to separate
trans-Pacific travelers in - Oceanic
vessels from their money. - v :
,It 18 safe to say that the trio were
given. a .wide berth, during, tbe.xemaln
der. of Jhe trip.to Hppoluju;.,..--:
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We particularly want you to sec our finest silk scarfs.
They're more elegant than a man usually buys ;fqr ; hirn-
self that's why
than ever shown
For gifts they answer the purpose of
ful, useful and out of the ordinary.
In which' la combined the HAWAIIAN
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It was no religious mass meeting,
that gathering of Russians and Porto
Rlcans held on'a vacant lot In Iwlell
district last night.' The noise emanat
ing from the - well policed" locality
brought a. squaid of ofBcers to - the
scene,,.; 4--v..'- w-r
VvJnargedv with disturbing the quiet
of, o the, night, thirteen . defendants
faced Magistrate Monsarrat at district
court this morning. A . female sex
tette, apparently - believed ; that their
efforts along the line of melody were
misunderstood and they took steps to
nght the allegations made by , . the
peace minions. , ;
Two participants in the noise, fest,
believing thatthey . were up against
the real thing as far as establishing
their innocence ! was concerned, en
tered a plea of guilty and escaped
with a, nominal 'fi ne, J - -. - -
Theother : ca8ee will go over, until
tomorrow. morning. -) ;;, ; '
v; Deputy . Kellett , and his ofneers
made a descent .Into the. wilds r of
they aie so popular for
is larger and the line
The Finest Silk Scarfs are $3.50
Other Grades from 50c upward
STAR, established 1S33. 4at tha
Issued Dailj. and Seml-WeelX by
- BULLETIN, LTD.,
. .. General Business Manser
.V. 1055 'ALAKEA' STREET
.. ...... $ 1.00
Chinatown! tiger lairs last night4, with
the result that a delegation of alleged
gamblers were brought to book. Four
were discharged while the remainder
either forfeited ' ball or paid . ! fines
ranging from -five to fifteen dollars. .
Upon 4 charge of assault and bat1
iery, Frank Mynn paid a fine of $25
and the costs of prosecution. -
A.VJ Roe, a representative of the
Industrial Workers of tha WOrld, who
has been a more or less prominent
figure on the streets In the sale of a
pu 1 11 cation expousing the" cause of
the I. . W.' W. was hailed Into court,
found guilty of the use of promiscuous
profanity and elected to pay a fine of
92 and the costs. . ;
. Fo leaying his horse ; unfastened
upon a public street and in front of
a downtown thirst parlor, Joe Men
doza was requested to settle a fine
of $3 and costs this morning. ,
; For untf aal tie tri! tlvzt 1 CX
W. C PEACOCK d CO, LTD.
VVINE AND LlQUOn MEHCHANT3
Utrchant. Nr Fart '
t -1. .
near Fart St.
(JAS. H. LOVE)