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KVKNINO BUT.t,t5TIN, HONOLULU. T IF.. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12. 160C.
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br of Mynt'i' iidjr. No. 2, Win. Me
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HONOLULU LODGE 610, D. P. O. C.I
Honolulu Ixdgo No. 610, II. P. 0. 1!.
rlU tiitu-l in .."lr hall, m Miller
nnd nrlania .itreeli, every trmay
Br orj.T of thi :. n.
HATiIlV U. SIMPSON.
n. n. mutir .t, n.n.
Wiru V.'KINLCY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
V.ft vcty Saturday evcnlns '
7:50 o'uocU In K. of 1". Hall, Klnr ,
ii.rot VlaithiK orothcrii .ordlallr io
fiv-J io tttfti(l. I
M. M. J01INPON. C.C.
ii. A. .TAC011SON, K.K.S. I
HONOLULU AERIC 140, F. O. E.
Vvt nn thn ?n t and Ith WGDNl H
DAY crejilnjt Jf coin month nt 7 "1
tcloft In h. r P Uoll, KIhi; etri-t
Vhittnc Ea li- aro Invited tr r.i
0AM MrKHAGUi:. W.P.
H. T. MOOlti:. W. See.
HAV.AII CHAPTER No 1, ORDER OF
Moel i-viry nrai nr.l third THUPti
PAY of eif h month In Fraternity Ha t.
Cfdd milova' llnlldlnf!, Kurt ntrect, nt i
7:30 oclfn.k n. nt. A full attendan' t ,
ll AfrttiA at very meeting.
Tranucllon of Dualnesa
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, F. 0. R. 1.1.
llobron Drug Store
With each n rehaie of $2.00 or
more In cjoo I -your choice of
perfume or to rt water that sella
from 5c. to V2.50 a bottle.
With purchjte to the amount
of 1 00 a oJH of toilet water that
sells from 50c. to $1.25 a bottle.
With purch;te to the amount of
GOc. or over perfume or toilet
water worth "Gc. to SOc. a bottle.
J OPEN 8 TO 6.
S REUULAP LINES
& Co,. Ltd.
Why not try Bulletin Want ad. sales
manship with that horse and carriage?
New millinery at Mrs. Dlckcrsoii'a,
fi.lsBors, saws, sharpened. Webb'.
'V'iUp b ton in autos. Stockytls statilo.
I'llnui llccr Is good for what nils J on.
j)i Durliy lias returned from n liui
Iik trln tu Knual.
Hi member that n trnustioil tlulicn
will be rUcii nt tlio fieasldc tunlghl.
Ntatly furnished rooniH at tliu Pop
ulnr. $1, $1.50 and $2 per week. 124$
Tim iittrnctimu nt Hnlclwa tills
mi.ntli will be unusual. Take a day oil
iiinl ko down.
Hnwnllnn U)dgo holds a special
mictltiK this ocnliiR, with work In the
Gerund dcgicc. j
McnclliiK of clothes Is now bclns
done nt tlio Woman's exchange, Hotel
noJr Kort stiect.
Golden (late comprcstcd yeast nl-
vviijn un hand nt J. M, Levy & Co.
'Phone. Main 14!).
I'omnrinw lll bo gift day nl the
Hub ron Drug Store. Hcnd lliclr inl-
i rUfcmoiit lotlay.
I In buylnc uncoTcred hams u pnjr
ly for tlio meat. Tho Mctiopulli.m ,
. tout Co. can supply you.
Captain Price of tho Klghth Infantry
' y on his way to the Philippines wan
his charming bride of a month.
Ilio Opla Dc cigar lias caught (in.
Try one and ou'll want more. lln
tchlcn Tobacco Co., distributors.
lilils fur supplying tbo Kulllil ptimp
lug stntlon with coal nro called for by
the Department of Public Works.
Have j on Rome spare insh to Invest,
or a piece of real rsntlo to dispose of?
'onsult P. i:. 11. Slrnuch, Walty build
ing. A young man to tnko charge of u
mailing department Is wanted for a
permanent position. Seo Want iol-innii.
I I.. 11. Kerr's big atoro has n half
Do I Need
; No, I don't need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
wouldn't you like to come down to
earth and see how things have
It's Just as Interesting to look back
several thousand years and see the
ancient civilization of the Egyptians
to learn of lost arts and note how
many recent scientific discoveries
wore In common use in those times.
You can see It all In the new firfet
complete history of
PUBLISHED FOR THE QROLIER
Complete set In twelve volumes,
containing over 1200 colored plates
and photogravures. Half Morocco or
buckram, $3 a month until paid,
Wm. G. Lyon Co.
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
IkV. iuhj... .
MONUMENTS, 8AFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNO BLDQ.. 176-180 KINQ STREET. PHONE M7.
New Gage Hats
BOSTON DUILDING, FORT STREET.
in unit and futirlh
mmth In I. 0. 0. V-
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
13 PORT STREET.
iu -re j l m
I MsrfinceTii I
I Ltdechild. I
Uvw are Affected,
flt'r.A" 'if :
Vi"li ing i rothers cordially InTltfKl to
yJ W P. DIUKI?. Sacboin.
1 AT MHllPHY, C. of R.
.Gas Generators ,
.A Superior Light to all others.
Aceytlrne Gas Is s iperior in qunlltv,
srrl eheapni-ss rtrlates less heat, viti
ates the .1" l"i Jill has no Injurious
ofleetJ n i ' r I
For .arthei partl-vlar Irqulre it I
the occ. I
AI;o Cilr'un Carbide of all sites. In '
drums and ,mall eins, for Generators i
nod Automobilo Lamps and all sizes
, nnd ijradoi ct u.is Mantles nd Gas
Washington Light Co.
C- VV. MACFARLANC, Manager.
Telephone Mam 145. 143 Merchant Gt.
O. FAR I A
FINE SUITS FROM $15 UP.
made In up-to-
dite :: style.
HOTEL opp. BISHOP ST.
"Rhone; Main 487
YOU GET THE
PHONC MAIN 147
HONOLULU CI-OTHCS CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
- AT THE
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by ths
HONOLULU RENOVATINQ CO.,
J, J. Furn, Manager.
RlcharJb near Queen Sti. All tele
phone messaget promptly attended to.
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
HAWAII W GRASS HUTSl
OPEUAIR '1KATING RINKI-
niRD3, ETC., ETC.I
' AND SUNDAY3I
OONT MISS A GOOD TIMEI
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING.
o FINE o
o AT o
5)sy BULLETIN ADS. PAY
oive tlio entire crnlit to ino of tarilul,
tor I was sickly, palo and tlilu beforo I took
it, butiim-ol have used it I have lecn ia
perfect health, liara gained fourteen
pounds and enjoy life as never before.
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
prlco sale on canvas nnd linen Ox
I fords. Home excellent bargains nrc til-
i fered. I
I A list of the oniccra elected to serve '
If ir the ensuing year In tho Ket on Km
lon Association Is published In this
U. T. Herrlck, manager of the Seat-,
.110 lircning t .Miuiiug i.uniinii) n
'l.iimi'li In Honolulu, loaves for Koilt-
'll next mouth. I
I Where do von Imv your coal nnd
wood? The Pacific Transfer Co. hav
it ior Kilo nini will deliver It to any
'part of the cit).
Coat lour iron root wmi -Arauic,"
Yuu will bo surprised nt Its tooting and
pieiorvatlvo properties. California
loil Co.. okcuU.
V. II. Ilixun mnkes nnnoiinccment
today of his candidacy for tho Repub
lican nomination as Scnutor for tho
County of Oahu.
Mrs. P. N. Mllonttini, uo oi mo
manager of the Anglo-Cnllfornlnn
Hank of San Francisco, died In New
ork September 1.
Tho Hawaiian Poulty Alssoclntlon
nut Inst night to adopt n set or rules
to govern their annual exhibition, tu
be held In December.
Tim liousowlfo wants the Hour that
contains tho greatest food value
i;lutin. That Is Holly Flour. Slid
by grocers and Thco. II. Davles & Co.
Three big specials at Sachs' fur
Thuisday and Friday only Victoria
l.iinn. Indian Head nnd llutchci I.lu
en Store cloicd Hcguttii Day, Satur
il..y, Septcinbci 15.
l.ylo A. Dickey has filed his Dual
lu'coiints us administrator with the win
uiiiiHxcd of tliu estnto of tlio Into S. 1.
Ali'vandcr. Ho charges himself wilu
1 1 tulug und asks to bo allowed JI.I.U.
' ho Japanese ltcform Asfcoclutlon
lim icmoveil .he plunk in the society's
piiufurm calling for tho removal from
o'.lu of Consul S.illo. friendly relalloiis
l tivciMi tho consul nini tliono who up-
lijiud him having been restored.
Seven out or nluo tencuers in hi.
Audrow'a Prloty weio yesterday taken
ill and nt several hoarding huuses slm-
II ir Illness occurred. Milk delivered by n
oTtalu dulryuiaii Is mispectcd, unit
tiiimplcs havo been sent tu the Hoard
uf Health for analysis.
Judge Weaver today granted mo pe
tition of the Standard Oil Co. to amend
its petition for a registcicd land tltlo
hy using the mime "Standard Oil Co. '
Instead of "Stamlaid Oil Co. of Iohii, '
In which Intlcr form tho petitioner had
iijmed Itself by Inadvertence.
Remember that u special dinner for
oun dollar will be nerved at tho Sea
Tho Governors of Washington and
ulaho write Jared 0. Smith, dlreilor
of tho U. S. Agricultural Kxpcrlment
..Hallon here, acknowledging icceipt
jy ciidi of u crato of Hawaiian plne
itpplea and declaring tho fruit in most
excellent condition und delicious. Much
encouragement for largo slilpmentu tu
the mainland Is offered.
Thursday evening at 7:30, in tho
tent ou King street, -cist of Pltkol
ttrcct, Hldcr Wllllums will continue
Ills borlci of lecturos on the subject
of "Whut Do theso Things Moan?" Is
the Lord to lome while tho earth Is In
this condition or will there bo n iart
Ical change nnd this condition pass
awuy and the Jews be gathered back to
Jerusalem und tho woild prepared to
meet tho Lord In peace?
Tho members of tlio editorial party,
now on their way to tho volcano, arc
all well and enjoying themselves, ac
cording to tho following wliclcas ines
tuigo, received at tho headquarters ol
thn Prdmotlon Committee at 11:18 tills
morning from Koliala: "Somewhat
jough. Strong head wind, yet overs
tody well nnd enjoying themselves '
The party was to reach Hllo at 2
o'clock this afternoon, and they will
probably be heard from there.
W. C. 0. Jones, who was convicted
of the murder of Mrs. Elizabeth llraud
erup in South San Francisco Juno 22nd,
nnd whoso sentenco was Axed by the
jury HI 1110 impiisoiuueiic; nun ium-h i ...,, 0( ,i n-ir vnlniin nt
liirnrn tmli-n Hnrk In Ilpilwood City tJ"tl urjull, Sept. II. J lie volcano at
in aubu. 4 11 for IS In Tjinmiraiwn has become active. Four
"ennt;Sigt h.m tho Judgo "t-".ed he TM :w ortu,rcU ,n ,U U"
Hut no pfiiiinifiiits (o innkn lllion HUM '
uctlon of thn Jury, but ho was at n loss
to understand why his sentenco bad
been fixed nt llfo Imprisonment Instead
of u plain verdict of murder In tliu
Unit degree, and committed Jones to
Folhom to serve his sentence.
ourJJi,WfcjJi m tfW32iamlM2 JIIit7IHi f.
1i iW . .TTIX 1JAJSS r T TVTsKJCirHfrvJil
T' 'til lutintmnr u w wnium!ta
Sllf35fSiWvrffMllXLltt4r T Tl Jwwlrf3m
iSn I fiiJiftMraLnMy":!.! u 'l I- - ' : rF-ltnr
Olai Liquor Men
BRING TROUBLES TO j
Another liquor row from Hawaii,
which, llko the famous Waimca case,
teems to originate from the rivalry of
competing saloon men, Is now getting
leady for settlement by arbitration.
John I). Souza Is the appellant. He
applied for a fifth-class liquor license
lor Nine Miles, Otna, hut was turned
down by tho Treasurer, as his appli
cation was not signed by n majority
or tho adjoining property owners, and
as there was a protest against tho Is
suance of the license signed by a ma
jority of tho voters of tho precinct.
I.ntcr on, ho filed an nfflilavlt contain
ing tho names of additional property
holders, but this was after the license
had been refused.
In regard to the proposition the
Treasurer received the nsunl bunch
of characteristic letters. One man
wrote to Campbell that tho majority
of tho property holders signed the
application for the license, nnd re
garding others "Mr. Souza simply did
not think of getting their signatures.;'
Ho says further: "That tho protest,
signed by a majority, I will say that
half of this man did not know what
they were signing. And good many
of thum not Voters. As It wap simply
n gamo of splto of tho Portugucsp pro.
testers, Mr. J. Cancrlo and his saloon
keeper. At 9 miles they want tho
whole liquor trade thcmselfH from 8
miles to Mt. View. And others need
not apply. Knowing you to be a gen
tleman nnd satisfied that you wilt
give Mr, Souza a fair show, I am," etc,
Souza has appealed to a board of
arbitration, naming A. Hocking as his
nrhttrntor. The Treasurer has named
Frank Andrnde, and C. It. Hcmenway
has been chosen ns the third arbitra
tor. The hearlng'wlll take ptaco at
2 p. m, today at Andrado'x office.
llUS HIDE or,
Help for Mothers
Any woman who is suffering disordered
menstruation, bcarinrj down reins, nervous
ness, or whose life h mads desolate by
barrenness; can have the same relief Mrs.
Vincent secured, by taking Wine of Cardui
in the privacy of her home. No physician's
treatment necessary. This pure Wine com
mends itself to every suffering woman.
Will you go to your druggist todf y and
secure the same relief Mrs. Vincent writes
about? When the stomach, bowels or
Thedford's Black-Draught should be used.
No. 933 Mlnsion St., Sax FnAScrsco, Cai.., Dec. 0, 1003.
I am b.ippy nnd pleaded to attect to the value of V.'ine of Canliti For pros
pective mothers. I took it for three months before inv darlha b-ibv canto and
I iuffrrcd m little pain I Felt I was an. except ion. 'Ilio child it nappy and
healthy ami tho suiuhino of my life. I had hardly any troublo after slio vras
born, nnd after eleven days was up iloinff my entire fioiivivork and feeling
better than I liad felt fur rears. 1 am tho envy of my neighbors deciuro of ths
(mutually n-.iimy cuiid l nave anil iiecatite l never nau a sick auy myscu. 1
The following changes have been
made In the list of Honolulu teachers:
Mrs. Sarah A. Green of Kaahumanu
has been transferred to bo principal of
the Alcn schoo'l, vice Miss Carrie Clay
pool, who has been given one year's
leave of absence.
Miss Iwalatd Dayton has been pro
moted from fourth grade work at Kal
ulanl to do fifth grado work at Kaahu
manu. Mrs. Ida Knight has been appointed
to tnkc Miss Dayton's place at Kaahu
Bunnyjidc Mother's Otafe
The Frco Dispensary Is getting renly
for a new campaign ngalnst trachoma
ninong school children. During the
vacation the number of patients call
ing at tho DUpcnsary dwindled down
steadily, until nt last none called. To
day the opening of tho schools caused
n number of patlenls to conic for treat
ment Thero wcro no less than thirty
from the Knhukalna school alone, nnd
ninny more nrc expected from the other
As n consequence n thorough Inspec
tion of all tho schools will bo made.
ll Is feared that owing to the Inatten
tion paid to the dlscaso during the va
cation, tho advances lnmlu by It will
bo found to he great.
Wnrsiu, Sept, 11. One thousand
teriorlsts hate been nrrested, Includ
. Hi Wt
Sledlce, Sent 11. Tlio
have teased. Thcie were
und 27 houses burned.
A3 RE8ULT OF
(Continued from Papa 1.)
punl o Oahu ncl. Ko hull no oo a
nana pono I nn olhnnn o pan ia ncl c
ua hoamakaalnnna 111 puakca o kakou,
u iko aunnel oc o lea hnpanui o na
ulhann nolo la ma ko Kaua aoao. Pe
hca hoi oukou o kapao a'o al la'u, olal
ua loaa la'u ka Ike lianawal ma
Georgetown, Waklnckona, D. C, a ua
inanno an ua loaa la'u ka makaukaii
nmo ka noeau lttipono no ka lawclawo
ana I na liana c pill ana no kcla ol
liana l.olo o ko Kalann o Oahu.
Nolalla. o o'u man hoamukaninnna,
na olwt ponol o kuu alna aloha, u noo
uoo pono mat oukou I ka'u not, malla
o ko ukoii kokua ana mal n puka an,
he men la o loaa la la'u ka hnawl ann
nku 1 kckahl man kclkl Hawaii oplo
I lawn ka makaukau I liana o ola al
ka ohana lloko o kcla mau la o ka
Mo ka hlllunl olalo o loaa mal ana
ko kakno mal la oo mal mo kou mau
hoa etelo no ko koho polalcl ana la'u,
Owau no mo ka haahaa,
CARLOS A. I.ONO,
Moho l.olo, Katana o Oahu.
KrassnaynHk, Siberia, Sept. 11. Tlio
corruption of olllekils hcio renders tho
peasants susccptlhlo to agltntors. Mur
ders anil iohbctli-8 occur dally.
Chicago, Sept. 11. Paul
laud has been Indicted.
Waslilimtnu. Sent. 11. Antl-forelgn
lerllug Is growing In China mid It In
cludes all except Japanese, Jinny laigo
cntcipilscs nro cndnngcied.
Tehnaii, Kept. 11. Tho Shah haa
fclguetl the decrio roformliiK tho Clergy
nnd has dlsmuscd his vizier, ending
TI (Ml Wl
Havana, Sert. 11. Tho government
will probecute the wnr to a finish.
Pursiiuut to lire order of tho Counly
Committee, tip! precincts noted havo
elected oillccis, to conform to the new
division of precincts:
Ninth Precinct. Fifth District Pres
ident, David Kama; ilrsl vlco picsl
dent, J. Kajiono; second vice presi
dent. Abraham U. Kaiilukou; secre
tary, (leorgo I.. Dcdha, Jr.; assistant
aerrctary, Harry Hannkahl; treasurer.
l-i unk 1 . Fcrnnnnos; jiuigcs ot election,
Autono Fernandez chairman, W. O.
Cuminlngs nnj Dan Pa McGregor; ex
ecutive committee: N. Fernandez,
chairman; S. C. Dwlght, Harry J.
Auld, dipt. John Kanno und It. M,
Tenth Precinct, Fifth District. A. S.
Kulelopu, picbldcnt; l.ot C. l.nno. rlrst
vlco pirshlcnt, 11. iluku, second vlco
president; Kalcl Aona, secretary; U A.
Peny, assistant fcocreliiry; J. W. Mau
uakea, liciuiuer; Judgoa; Chas. Dit
dolt, chairman, J, 11. Kuvvchl, J, No.
bila; executive committee: Jno. C.
Ume, clinli'imiu. Ant. Peny. H. Kaliule,
Henry Vleirn, Iinoknlolohla.
Thlrtctnlh Precinct, Fifth District.
Joseph K. Knnepuil, president; J. P.
Mltrlicrr, flrbt vice president; Kamau
uii, Bccoml vice president; Illchaid P.
Ilculcr, secretary: Geo. Cypher, usslst
mit secretary; Y. Antn, tic-.lsmer;
Judges: Horry Tolbert, Jr., Chas. Ka
lmakalloa, John A. Knpahua; execu
tive committee,; John W. Knliamnla,
J. K. Kuhatehauilii, Win. H. K. Knka,
Thomas 11. Johnson, Arthur K. Ka
Tho Wnlanao precinct has taken tho
bull-by tho horns and hnB elected now
Judges nf election and one cxecullvo
committeeman. Tho ronton for tho
action Is not jet mndo known to tho
County Committee, Bays Charles Hus-tac-e,
The duly elected Judges of tbo pre
cinct ou tlio 1st day of September havo
been discharged and In their places
havo been elected: .loo Schulmelster,
H. K. Pule nnd Knlicouu Pulo. Fled
Meyer bus been elected ono of tho
incinbors of tho executive committee.
Eleventh Precinct. Fifth District.
Chas. A. Hartwcll,, president; Henry
Honolulu. September Cth, 190G.
Dear Sir: To tho bono of my bono,
tho blood of my blood, and tho flesh
or my flesh: I, a native born of our
native land, humbly ask. your kind
ness as a true Hawaiian to assist and
rupport mo among tho members of
your delegation in selecting mo oh a
candidate for tho olllco of County At
torney for tho Island ot Oahu. If you
will observe tho number ot positions
that uro now being held by our white
fellow citizens, you will noto that tho
majority of these olllces aro not held
by those of our side, now can joii
nut mo-risldc. as I havo had a legal
education at Ocorgctown University,
Washington, D. C, and I am of tho
opinion that I havo tho qunllllcatlon
(Continued from Pag 1.)
Honolulu; W. J. Moody, Honolulu; A.
T. Hagcnkamp, Hllo.
Trial Jurors George S. waterliouse,
Honolulu; David F, Thrum, Honolulu;
Adolph Ocrtz, Honolulu; W. McWayno
Kallua; Nell lloylo. Papaaloa; J. H.
Oalt, Honolulu: O, C. Wharton. Klc
cle; Henry Glnss, Paauhau; William
A. Dickson, Honolulu; J. II. Arcudt
Wnlmea. Kau.il: Frank E. Dlnkc. Ho
nolulu; C. J. Campbell, Honolulu; W.
V. Hall, Honolulu; C. A. stoblc, lino;
J. J. Rgan, Honolulu; W. T. I.ucua,
Honolulu; William D. Hopper, Hono
lulu; Joseph 0. Scrrno, Hllo; Chas. II.
Mnkec, Haualcl; George Cavanaugh,
Honolulu; Frank II. McStockcr, Hono
lulu; C. K. Eakln, Honolulu; Chariot
H. Fisher, Honokaa; J. F. Drown, Ho
nolulu; K. II. Hart. Honolulu; C. J,
Folk, Honolulu; William Norton, Ho-,
nolo In"; K. nriimaghlm, Honolulu; 0
li. Wright, Hllo; Samuel Kaaloa, Ho
nolulu; Henry C. Sheldon, I.I hue; A,
Enos, Jr.. Wnllukii; II. F. Schocn, HIJo;
Carl Wldcmann, Mann; Samuel Iv.
Hookano, Honolulu; John Dow, I-T
halnn; Frank Johnson, Knmuela; J.
II. Darron, Hllo; William Dccoto, La
halnn; Roland Wllbcr, Kuln; C. Percy
Morse, Honolulu; Jns. G. Wymnn. la
hue; C. T. Rodgers, Honolulu; Thos.
II. Lyons, Waluku; Wight Atkins, Ko
liala; Frank H. Foster, Hllo; Ilcniy
.V Ounthcr, Honolulu; II. P, Roth, Ho
nolulu; W. S. May, Kohala; Herman
Woltcr, Llhuc; K. J. Krugcr. Hono
lulu; W. T. iroblnson, Walluku;
George I). Mahonc. Honolulu; Wllllnm
K. Frascr, Honolulu; F, C. linos. Ho
nolulu; J. M. Spaiihtlng, Kcalla; K. II.
Iewls, Honolulu; W. Schlcbcr, Llhuc;
Kdward T. Grady, Honolulu; W. It.
Tho October term will bo nn un
usually heavy one, there being n num.
her ot defendants committed to tho
tender mirclci of tho Grand Jury.
Quito n largo variety ot cases Is rep-
lesentcd. Among them nrc those o r..
Knust, who Is charged with using the
malls for fraudulent purpose; twenty
one Japanese from tho Atlas, charged
with violating tho Immigration laws,
n Japanese from Wahlawu and another
from Knual, both charged with making
ikolehao; two Hawaiian boys, who
broke Into a postofllcc on Maul; Dora
Lancaster, n colored lady, and a few
ether defendants, charged with big
amy; about a dozen or more ot Japan
iso pconago cases; a couple of Chincso
smuggling caact, and a bunch of lap
aneso, charged with consplincy to sell
women; us well ns a fair sprinkling
ot perjurers .mil adulterers.
EXPERT rJERE TO SALVE.
(Continued from Pas 1.)
equipped with new gear for hoisting
the heavy boilers, etc.. from her deck
to that of the Sheridan.
Tho Thomas also brought down a
number ot hawsers, the heaviest being
1 1-3 Inch wlro miles, with a break
ing strain ot G8 tons. It la stated that
they urc plenty strong enough for any
work which will bo done ou tne sner
Idnn and no others are needed. They
aro the strongest that could be ob
tained In Snu Francisco, as tho markit
for this material In the California city
has been completely cleaned out ot
everything on hand.
A largo quantity of cement was also
brought which will bo used tu stop tho
leak In tho Sheridan's bottom after alio
has been floated. Oakum for use in
making coffer dams (or tho same pur
pope Is also on board In largo quan
tities. Manila ropes with heavy blocks
and tacklo aro on thn Thomus and will
bo transferred to the Sheridan us
quickly as possible.
Rlchnrd Store, tho man from the
Union Iron Works, who was chosen by
Major Duvol to tako chargo of Uin
wrecking of tho transport Sheridan,
when Interviewed by tho Bulletin this
morning said: '
Tho flriit thing that we will dowlll
ami tbo ability to perform the duties i bo to send a diver down nnd Aud out
pertaining to tho olllro of County At-1 tho condition of tho Shcrldun's hull,
torncy for tho County of Oahu. From what I can learn alio leaked very
I call upon you lellovv-cltlzens, truolslowly, not filling upitlll four uuys ai
Hawaiian bo in of lny beloved land, to
cm dully consider my request. It may
bo that with your asslstanco I shall
bo successful. My success may be
tho means of helping somo worthy
voung Hawaiian to secure work and
thus ouablc him to support his family
In these days of dlstiess.
With tliu hopo that I will receive
your suppoit aud also those of jour
I am, youra respoctlully,
CARLOS A. I.ONO,
Caudldatc, County Attorney,
County nf Oahu.
X"K t X X X H K )l K J"K K A w a
W. Doane, (list vlco president; Geo,
Palm, second vlco president: M. C,
Amnna, tecictnry; Geo. C. Kopa, as
sistant bccrctaiy; Fred T. V. Water-
houce, treasurer; Judgos: O. K. Still
man, chairman, David J. Makacna, S
I. Conea; executive committee: A
St. Pllanala. chairman, Wm. E. Pal-
klcll, J. S. Kalaklela, Herman Meek,
Twelfth Precinct, Fifth District.
S Pahla Malelua, president; Chang
Chan, (list vlro president; 0. II. Ma
heloun, second vlco president; Eugeno
K. Onu, secretary; Chas. Kumukalil,
assistant secietnry; D. 'I.. Altwal,
ticusuicr; Judges: C. A. lllsliaw,
chaliman; C. Kn-ne, Lati Tang; exec
utive committee: Chas. Opiinul, chair
man, Chas. Knneknu, A. K. Vlerra, D.
Kali and C. Knkalla.
tor sho struck. If this Is true It means
that tho bottom has not been very ser
iously damaged and by placing tho
boilers to furnish steam which wo have
(nought, on her deck, wo will bo nblo
to pump her uut, ,
"1 bcllcvo nlso from what I am told
that thcio will only bo a little more
water needed to float tho stranded ves
sel and that wc can obtain this by tho
throwing overboard tho 2S00 tona pf
coal and tho '.U00 tons of pig Iron that
aro ou hoard. This can bo helped to
it great extent by tho crumbling away
of tho rock on which sho Is resting
und wo will do this also If possible
"If this will not do and I can ob
tain lighters ot siintclcnt buoyancy
we may try binding them to her hull
after they havo been filled with water
and then pumping, them out, thus rais
ing tho ship In tbo water. There la
oakum and cement on the Sherman
with which to build coffer dams and to
make temporary repairs, that tho ship
may float after sho Is off tho rock.
"If more power is necessary wo havo
been Informed that wo may havo tho
use of the government tug boat Bio
cum, tho most powerful tug on tho Pa
cific mid It may bo that we will need
her. I havo no doubt whatever of thn
sucicss of tho work It what I have
heard In regard to tho conditions that
oxlst Is accurate."
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