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Additional oelal Nevr on Pag 7.
Little Helene Morgan was given a
pretty birthday party by her mothei
on Friday, t
Mr. and Mrs. James Spalding and
Countess Benhl, who are guests at th
Moana hdtel, expect to salt for the
Coast on the next steamer. Mr. and
Mru. James Spalding will be away
about a year.
Mr. and Mrs A. S. Wilcox are spend
Ing some time In town.
Mrs. C. P. Wells of Maiil Is a guest
at the Moana Motel. She expects (o
be Joined by Mr. Wells, who will ar
rive In the Sierra.
Mr. and Mrs. John Merrill, who are
so favorably known In Honolulu, re
cently married their daughter Ruth
to Mr. Hammond, and the "Town
Talk" has the following of Interest
The marriage of Ruth Merrill ant
Mr. Hammond was so auletly solem
nized that the nearest nelghbpr could
not hear the tinkle ot wedding belli.
The Merrlls are very unostentatious
people who have-never flaunted their
wealth or position In the public Rag
fair. Young Mr. Hammond Is (be sou
of the lumber king, and to be related
to lumber these days Is to be germane
to Croesus. Nevertheless, the wed
ding was not gushingly bavarded by
those diligent society scribblers who
tell us ot the "lovllest bijou and bric-a-brac
Imaginable" which the bride
received. It was the very senslblo
iwlsh of both bride and groom that
their nuptials be shorn of all display.
Miss Merrill was hot even attended
by a maid of honor, much Imi a
bridesmaid. She had recently been
cheated out of that role herself and
had probably decided that bridesmaids
were unnecessary appendages in lie
wedding train after all. Tb day of,
the earthquake Miss Merrlt was to
act as bridesmaid at (he marriage o'
her cousin. Zelda Tiffany. The temb
lor shivered this plan Into bits the
wedding was a Sausallto affair and
most of the wedding party were hem
med In by tbd fire ou this .Hide of the
bay. The bridesmaids were to wear
pink gowns, which were burned early
In the morning at n downtown .dress
The hop at the Alexander Young
hotel last Monday night was veiy
much enjoyed by the Editorial party.
They said the floor was perfect and
praised the, management. Among
those who were entertained there aia
ex-Qovernor Clegborn, Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Uington, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
McCandless, Mr. and Mrs. derrlt Wil
der, Ulshojj and Mrs. Kestarlck, the
Moana Hotel, the Alexander Young
hotel, the Seaside, Mr. and Mrs. Far
rlngtoa, the Hawaiian hotel. Mrs.
Mabel W. Castle, Mrs. Illckerton, Hale
Iwu hotel, Mr. and Mrs. Hartley. Uni
versity Club and many others.
Dr. M. Stamm hoi been much enter
tained during his visit to Hawaii nel.
The fleorge Rodleks gate him a din
ner on Monday evening, the dinner
guests Including Captain Uurnbani
Mr. Alfred Horner and Mr. Pfolen
hauer. ' '
Mr. Wilton of xt Angeles and hll
threo daughleis, the Misses Wilson,
uro most enthusiastic over Hawaii,
Dr. Stamm was entertained nt
luncheon by Dr. Walter Hoffman on
1 bo eniraaeiuent Is announced of
Miss Marlon Randall of llerkeley,' to
Edward T. Parsons, who Ih well known
In Honolulu iih Ibo chief rustler lor
the ShrrwIu-WllllaniH 1'alnt Co. Kd-
wurd promise to bring a Mm. Par
soiit with him on his next trip to the
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond de B. Layard
entertained at dinner on Friday night
for Mrs. K. H. HuniphrU and Major
. The annual dinner or the Honolulu
Engineering Society takes place tills
evening at the Seaside hotel. The
menus, most elaborately worked out
in dull blue and gold, are the artistic
uandlwork of Mr. (lurrey, no) well
known for his good work. The fav
ors will be miniature bath towels.
Mr. and Mrs. J, D. dalnea gave a
delightful little luncheon at the Moana
hotel on Friday for Mr. and Mrs. Key
holds, and Miss Reynolds. Mr. Rey
nolds Is the "All Red" British Pacific
Cable Co's general manager.
Prince and Princess Kawananakoa
are at their Peninsula residence.
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Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, J 26 King St. Phone Main 58
, Real Estate
13500. On account of departure for
Chlcagd, I offer for aale the beauti
ful residence of Mr. Chuck Hoy at
Kamuhamoha IV. Road at HALF
CORT. This 11-room building la
modern finished throughout, with
large, spacious verandahs. Fine
Ijiwns. Rare ornamental and fruit
trees and a constant root breese
make this place a most attractive,
desirable and healthy realdence.
Servaut houses, wash house, large
stables and chicken runs. Lot Is
170 x 210, Only one block from car.
Small Cottag on Vineyard St, near
Cunha Laue. Walking distance for
school and basinets, First comes
And other bargains.
WAITY BLDQ. 74 8. KING 8TREET.
Of .Interest , Is .
Naval officers have been amused that
some papers have held-tCe Navy re
sponsible for the loss of the transport
Sheridan. The fact It that the Navy
had nothing whatever to do with the
Bherldan or any other transport. The
Army transport service Is conducted
by the Quartermaster's Department of
the war Depaittnent, its omcers being
men from the merchant service. There
is an Army quartermaster on each
transport who represents the war De
partment directly, but the navigation
Is wholly In tb hands of officers ftom
civil lite. Captain Thomas Peobody,
who commanded the Sheridan when
she went ashore, is a navigator of long
experience, well acquainted with Ha
waiian waters and from Information
now at band the stranding of hid ves
sel was due, not to any error In navi
gation, but to the bursting ot a etenm
pipe when the viusel was lu a cfltlcal
position, near a lee snore, wnerc iter
lack ot motive power after the break
ing ot the Important pipe rendered her
tinmanaceable. Peabody'a ability as
a navigator In waters an , over the
lobe has been recognised.' for years,
and his present misfortune has arouted
the sympathy or many irienas in nan
Francisco, where he and his family
have made their home for the past six
years. In past years, when he com
manded sailing ships, Captain Peabody
usually carried Mrs. Peabody and bLi
young daughter with him on his long
voyages, and at one time, when his
shin caught Are. he and his family htU
to take to the boats to save thenise vej
from the burning bun.
i The Misses King departed for Vic
toria. B. C , this week after a visit ot
several months witn tne usnornes.
There was oulte a large' gathering at
the wharf to see them off. They were
showered with lels and best wishes for
a speedy return.
The Editorial party were entertained
at dinner at the Moana hotel on Thuis
day evening and the King table occu
pied the center of the dining room
It was decorated with carnations,
greens' and terns. After the toasts
snd speeches, nearly all went oer to
the Seaside and danced on the briuu
lanal to the stirring music of the amu
let club The Seaside bops are quite
a feature ot the beach life and the
lawn as well as the ballroom is gen
erally well filled. Nearly eerbod
in town seems to turn out on mese
occasions. Mr. Fred Church hus al
ways been noted for getting together
a large attendance at all his functions,
and alnce he has nn at tne seaside
ms art has not failed him,
Major and Mrs. Ben Fuller, alter
many attempts to get away from the
Islands, nt hut sailed In the Sherman
Major Fuller was under orders lu re
port at Washington. The Fullern will
he greatly misted, for they have al
ways participated in the social lite oi
the Islands and have made hosts of
friends durlug their visit here,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin llayei
Brooke, entertained, at dlnuir on
Thursday evening In honor of Mrs. F.
II. Ilumphrls at the Seaside.
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Mrs. Charles J. Deerlng has been
havfiiK a beneficial change in country
life on her ranch, which Is attractively
situated and affords the outdoor pleas
ures that Mrs. Deerlng . delights In.
Every week end Mr. Deerlhg goes
down, grateful to get away from the
cinders and ashes of town as It now
Is. Mrs. M. M. Kstee. Mrs. Deerlng's
mother, has also spent a part of the
summer there. unronlcie,
This gossip from "Town Talk" about
the McKlnstry girls Is Interesting for
they are both well known here among
the social set:
When one observes the halt-baked
aoilely asplranta whose pttste-board
passions only are aroused at tbe snufl
of pink tea served by neur-.soiuewxiies
It Is lucredlble to think of the oppor
tunities thrown uway by Francea Mc
Klnstry. He Is -a girl for whom Blln
gum threw wide lls'arms; whose pres
ence was desired, on Nob Hill and Pa
cific Avenue; whereever the smart 'set
spread its tenia there was warm wel
come for her. But tbe youngest daugh
ter of the house ot McKlnstry found
no pleasure In the flippant frivollngs of
society, . Hhe wished to enter a con
vent, to become a Sister ot Mercy and
It took the combined efforts of ber en
tire family to prevent her from conse
crating her life to religious duties.
And now the family are bendlug their
energies toward rooting out her desire
to be a district nurse. Frances has
Just nursed her mother through a
painful Mlness and ahe herself became
Inoculated with the "nursing" germ.
Her sister Laura, who Is one ot tho
most popular girls In society and a
bridge whist expert, at pne period In
her life had tho "nursing" fever her
self. At the. time of the Spanish war
Laura donned tbe crisp wnue nurses
habit and mad lint bandages for the
Red Cross. But tbe lure o' soclet)
soon proved stronger than antls'eptic
bandages and the waa of nuraedom
knew her uo more. In fact, I hear
that sho strongly opposes Frances'
"notions" and has been Instrumental
In keeping her from following her
The visiting editors report a pleas
ant outing trip up to Mount Tantalus
yesterday afternoon An hour wai
spent at tbe hospitable mountain borne
ot Dr. and Mrs Cbas. B Cooper, who
served dainty refreshments to Ih en
Mr. and Mrs. John A. McCandless
royally entertained the following
members of tne California Kuuonai
Association last night, giving au elab
orate course dinner: Mr. and Mrs. O.
Ray Morton, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Penny,
Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Holt. Mr. and Mrs
Edgar Jolnwon, MJss a race Tower.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. K. Myers ot this city
were also present. After dinner a
pleasant hour was spent In the sum
mer house under tho largo liau trees.
List Of Nominations To
Be Presented On t
A "secret caucus" of the luiaLJJeuv
'ocratlc patty was held last night at
Waverly Hall, at which a parly slate
was arranged and which wont
through like greased lightning. The
bosses of the paVty were there In
force and It was an easy thing to
steer the few Hawallans who were
present In the way In which they
should go. The Fifth District, liad a
talrly representative gathering or lis
wallana and haoles, whlio the rouriu
as Just tbe "bunch," and had hardly
a nathu In the number. Col. McCar
thy wai there In full gtorr and the
native part of tne assembly was in
deed glad that he was and also that
his resort for thirsty politicians was
only downstairs. Beverley Kldd was
one of the ruling spirits. He was
cohVilttdi each time any new movo
was taken up. and from the way
things went It looked as It he party
leaders thought that he bad som
rrlck up his sroeve which a little soft
sosplugi would prevent. Clinton J.
Hutchlns, John Emmeluth and C. L.
Rhodes, who had 22 proxies from bis
pteclnct In bis pocket, were also bn
hand, while Frank Harvey was allow
cd to act as chairman and declare
passed tbe motions which were
agrceabi to the powers that1 be.1
Thar jras no enthusiasm display
ed. as thtf plana had been too well-cul
and dried beforehand, and tbe secre
cy of the meeting was ao Intense that
theimembers came downstaiVa to look,
up newspapermen and tell them bow
pleasing a pink lea was neing cele
None of the outside precincts were
represented and there were a num
ber of the town precincts which
wero represented by one rnan who
carried a handful of proxies. It was
statdd that in all precincts where th
delegation selected did not suit th
powers a second primary was held.
In this way all mlstakea wero rfctl-
fled and the meeting was held with.
out n kick from anono except a doi
on or more old time Democrats, who
,uiu not delegates, aud protested
stlcuuousty against being barred out
of liielr party caucus when tho slate
nas already complete.
I be lollowlng nominees were se
'ccted to be nominated at tho convou
(lou which will tuke place Monday:
Sheriff Curtis V. laukea (by accla
mat ion',. ,
Deputy Sheriff Harry Juen.
Treasurer R. II. Trent (by accla
County Clerk Left blank for tb
Auditor Charles Rose.
Attorney W. W. Thayer.
Supervisor at-Large A. Fernandei.
Hiipei visors Frank Harvey, II. T.
Moore, Walter Dulsenberg.
Senator C. J. McCarthy.
Representatives, Fourth District
tocla Klakabl, Jesse Llulhl. Ed. lug
ham. Julius Ascb. F. W. Weed.
Representatives, Firth District
Ed. Llko, Dan Kauahu. 3 Kalos.
The outside precincts will be ban
died In tbe convention.
The Mercantile Printing Co. U now
located over the Hawaiian News on
Merchant St. Robert (Jrleve'a old
atand. Everybody welcome.
SACRAMENTO MAN TRIES TO OB-
TAIN MONEY FROM REV. H.
MANA88E ON PLCA OF HELP.
INGl OUT A CONVICTED SON
CLAIMED HE HAD PAID
MONEY TO LAWYERS
RASCALITY SHOWN UP slY LET
TErT RECEIVED FROM CALL
FORNIA ATTORNEY WHO WAS
IN CHARQE OF DEFENCE
One of the meanest and mast, con
temptible tricks whlih could bo re
sorted to under any circumstances
has been disclosed In a lettir receiv
ed yesterday by Re. II. Manassc of
this city, whose ton Is I) Ing In the
County Jail at Sacramento, Cat , con
vlctcd of murder In tho first degroe
The letter Is from a Sacramento at
torney named Bldvfcll, who defended
Kdward Aianasie in ine iriai ueioro
the Superior Court and who will have
cbargo of further efforts to sao him
Irom the gallons. Some few das
ago Rev. It. Manassc recclted a letter
from one John Slow, of Sacramento,
a man who claimed thatiho was a
friend ot the Hawaiian boy who Is lu
such, deep trouble. Ho stated that ho
had paid the lawyers who had charge
ot the defence $500 out ot his own
pocket and alto that more nioucr
was needed and It should be sent to
blm, John Slow, at once.
tent to blm, John Slow, at once.
The letter received yesterday states
that John Slow Is a trickster and
fraud, that he never pnld any
money whatever to tho attorney for
the defence, and that be Is sltnpl) at
tempting to obtain money for him
The horrible nature of a trick like
this tan only be understood when the
fact that money, or rather the laik
of It, was a cause which may tie re
sponsible for tho conviction or Kd
ward Mauassu, Is known to tho read
er. There went a number of wit
nesso who wero wanted by the de
tente, and the lack ot funds prevail
ed a thorough search fur them. In
spile of this fact, Slow is ,usng this
)oung fellow's plight, us ho stands In
the very shadow of the gallows to at
tempt to extort money from his fath
er, who Is straining ow-ry nerve to
assist his child.
It Is doubtful If t'lt-re will be an)
legal way of punlshlug Slow.
Owing to the new ocean currents
caused by the'.Valparalro rarlluiuaku
the sands at Walklkl have shifted di
rectly In front of tho Seaside hotel
where tbe' best bathing In tbe world Is
now to bo found.
Remember, Kawalabao quintet club
at Seaside hotel Sunday afternoon and
Line Of Steamers ,,
To Northern Port
Oolden sable collie pups, nicely mark
ed, from pedigreed stock: ' males,
$16; females, $10; born Aug. 8th,
19UC K. Horner, Paaullo, Hawaii.
Palms, fishtail and maidenhair ferns,
hanging baskets, begonias, and ca
ladlutns. 141C Alexander 8)reet.
NEW - TO-DAY
This Is to certify that Ng Lee has
this day sold bis entire Interest In the
firm of Mow Hung Co. to Lol Tung
Sept. 20, 1906.
mow iiunu tu, i
can b obtained by telephoning
and ordtrlna your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANINO
CO.. Alakia Strsst.
Mrs. A. II. Ingalls returned this
morning from tbe States on the steam
Wear Woolen Worsteds
A new and compute line of both
English and Amorlcan manufacture
now In stock.
Order now and hav a stylish, long-
wearing, wall-fitting suit mad to your
order from this handsome material,
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King SL
If. J. Cray returned home on tho
Mlowera this irornlng from Seattle,
whither ho went on the last voyage
of the sumo ship. Mr. dray saya that
within the month lie mis traveled &.-
000 miles, tiiniluded his IiusIihbs, and
still had a vi'-itlon or rnurttcn nays.
Mr. Urar ! llevoa that there are
good chant . uf a line of steamer.!
between fcVi lie and Honolulu, and
that such a Huh ean be secured If the
business men of this place will gu
after It right. Tho Seattle people, ho
says, arc very nuxlous to have It put
on. Then- In plenty of freight to ho
(.hipped from that port, and the only
difficulty in tho way Is thu fait that
there would be so little to take back
from here to the Coast city. Mr. Ro
sine, president of the Northern Com
mercial Company, which owns a num
ber of large steamers, Is, according to
Mr. Gruy. verj anxious to put a line
of steamers on between Siatlte aud
Hawaii, and hulleveg that It will be
done in time.
Hcattlo Is making great prepara
tions for tho Alaska-Yukon exnoMtlim
to be held lu that city lu 11)09. Thoso
lu charge of tho exposition are anx
ious to have a good exhibit of Ha
waiian products and hope to huvn thu
matter taken up here and arrange
ments made lo collect such an exhib
it and send it lo Seattle. Mr. dray
believes that such a showing us could
be made would be greatly to thu ad
vantage, of Hawaii, and tie, sas Mr.
Roslne thinks It ought to go a long
way toward the securing for Honolulu
and Seattle of the line of steamers.
In connection with the matter ot
the Alaska-Yukon project, It Is stated
that on October 2 an attempt will bo
niado to raise tho sum of $500,000 be
fore noon of that day. It Is said to bo
practically certain that the full
amount will bo raised lu a few hours.
Big Libel Filed
On the Manchuria
The largest libel ever filed In a sal
vage case was placed on tho Pacific
Mall steamer Manchuria last night b
the Commercial Pacific Cubic Com
pany as thu it-suit or tho work done
by tbe cablesblp Restorer lu the salv
ing ofithe big liner. Tho sum asked
In the libel Is $300,000 and fur tho
vessel to bo taken out ot tho charge
of United States Marshal Hendry,
who now has her In charge, a bond
for $600,000 will have lo bo tiled. As
at present thu Manrhurla Is lying at
tho dock and repairs uru being made,
thcro Is no Immediate necessity of
flllug the bond, hut rabies bnvo been
sent notifying tho Puclllc Mail of tlm
action which lias been taken and tho
bond will doubtless bu furnished by a
surely company as soon as It Is need
The cablesblp went out to Walinv
nalo ou August 20 and stayed lh-io
continuously till September 1G, when
she towed tho Mauchurln to this port.
All this time there was never a mo
ment when thtre was not ajlne from
thu cablesblp to the Manchuria with
a strain, assisting the liner.
An oltlrer of the cableahlp stated to
n Bulletin reporter, shortly alter the
return from Walmnnalo that In his
belief tho Manchutla's omcers would
have tlked nothing betl-r than to' "see
the Iteftovcr's lints pnited mid Hint
In this case they would not have botn
allowed to put Ibein abnoid ntsulu
A featmc of the else which will
cause a good deal of hilt-ust Is wlie
thir tke Heslnier, being under ling
llsh register, will hav any claim to
salvage in the Aincrlcnii court, when
the ship saved was American and was
wiecl.til In American wnleis The
case Is made oven mure complicated
by the fact thai theil'aclflc Comtnei
cl.il Cable Company Is an Amerlrifn
corporation, and this may entitle It
to some rlp.htu which would not ,oth
In the libel the value of 'the Mnn
thurla Is eel nt $2 000.000, and her
targo Is valued nt t;no,Od. The Jur
nt of the libel Is sti,nrd b Supt J. D
Haines of iho radio company aud wdK
drawn up by the firm ot Uallou &
May rrive Today
Th9 United States battleship Wis
consin Ih expected to nrilvc In port
tonight or tomorrow, probably tho
latter, on her way hoinu fiom the
Asiatic station. Shu left Cheo Koo on
the 4th Instant and should ho In with
in n few hours.
The battleships Wisconsin and
Ohio have both been onlercd home,
their plates on tho Asiatic station to
be taken by Admiral Ilronson's ar
moured cruiser squadron, in nrroid
once with new phns for llio disposi
tion uf the vessels of the Nnvy re
cently made public b thu Nnvy De
partment Thu Wlreousln, coin
innnctsd by Captain rrnnklln .1 Drake
Is to go to thu Pad lie foist, whllo
thu Ohio, Captain Louvllt II. I.onan,
Mies to the Atlantic Const by way of
the Mediterranean. The Mar) land
and tbe West Virginia are two of tho
nrinoiired cruisers whlth go on tho
Thu first i lass battleship Wiscon
sin Is of H.ftZS tons displacement and
lO.utiO liorsefftiwir. She has twin
strews utid emrer eighteen guns,
four 13 Inch and fourteen Cinch rapid
flru Jn hvi main .battery. Her second
ary battery cnnslms of sixteen 6
I pounder rapid flii sU 1 poundcri'two
ilnrh and four 3uiallber Tho Wis
inHaln tifiu n luiml ef 17 VfWtttl
.Uatniii tiiaa 4 atLyvvu ui s niiutsu
mm of im -
Iho jury In thu minder case against
Takamoto, which has been MJlntf on
before Judge Uo Roll for the past three
ilii)s, brought In n verdict finding tho
defendant guilty of murder In the sec
ond degree, nt &:0P. Intt ulght. 'liiey
were nu hour and a quarter In ronvlni;
to tho e-oneluslon The rnily' ilefen&e
which wus put up by Attornevs lng
mid Noar was that of extreme Intoxica
tion on the part uf ull IliOke who wero
uilxid up in the trouble. They showed
this1 clearly c-nutigh to save the neck
of their client, both hy thu quantity ot
the liquor consumed, which wns both
whiskey and sake, and also hy Intro
ducing exjiort tiKllmony from George
J, O'Nell on thu subject of the com
parative) btreugth of alcoholic drinks.
Iho care Jur tbe defense was on
ducted by Deputy Attorney Central
prosper, who made n very strong case
which will probably result In a severe
sentence tor thu convicted man. The
sentence! in n tasu of murder In the
second degreu vurles from llfu liuprlu
ounint to twenty e.irs. l'romer was
assisted ill tho iise b Chester I)olc
w'ho eainii In very handy on account
of bis know ledge of Japanese customs,
as all the witnesses were of that race.
About 300 members attended tho
great quarterly rally of thu Young
I'eoplo's Societies hi Id at thu Central
Union Church last night with Potor
Tosh, tho president of thu Union in
Ibo i hair. On thu platform wero llev.
O I). Kdvvs'rds ot tho Christian
Church; Ruv Dr. Ileber Jones of
Korea, acting pastor of thu Klrst M,
K. Church; Paul Super, setrelary of
V, M. O. A.; the Hon. M. K. Nnkulns,
and Mr. Wong Hlii, serrelary of tho
Thu societies enrh responded to thu
loll call hy rising nmt repeating In
unison a Scripture tuit. Addresses
wero made b) Paul Super an J Dr.
Ileber Junes, lullowcd by singing by
choruses from thu Knwnlalmo Semi
nary and thu Kamolmmoha. Hoys'
Sehool. Thu banners for uttendaueo
weru uwarded to thu PortUKUe-to O. K.
Society and thu Junior hotlety ot
Jupmieiu MnklKI C. ' Society.
Miss M. Melner ennm In nu tho Kl
0. liotqtilnt was a Mlowcrn jkisrcn
gvr this morning fur Honolulu from