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EVENING BULtRTIN. HONOLPLP, T. H.. FRIDAY. NOV. 16. 1906.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
G p. m.
Hawaiian Tlilrtl Degree 7:30
All vlolllug membora of the
order aro cordially Invited la at
tcuj uieetlugs of local lodge.
HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. O. 0. F.
Meti evey Monday evening at 7:30
In I O. O byllal. Fort ttttxU
i: it. 1IKNDHY. Seoretary.
C O. IIOTTKU N. (1.
All visiting bro'.hcrs very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE. No. 2, K. of P.
MieU every Tuesday evening At
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hull, K!lir
street. Visiting brothen cordially In-1
villi! to attend. i
O. J. WHITEHEAD, C.C. ,
F. WALDHON, K.K.3. j
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meeta every Friday evening at
K. 1. Hall, Klnc s'.rect. at 7:30. Mem
bers of. Mycllo Lodje, No. 2, Wm. Mc
KlQley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
A. D. DOND, C. C.
A. 8. KENWAY. K.R.1.
HONOLULU LODGE 818, I. P. O. E.
Unni.Tl.1i, InJM Mft t1 Tl P ft TJ. I
111 meet In tbelr ball, on Miller
and Beretanta streets, every Friday
By order of tbe . It.
HAIIRY H. BIMPSOK,
it. n. MuimAT, e.h.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.ef P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
f:50. o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
x.rL Visiting brothers cordially In
vito to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
E. A. JACOHSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. I.
Meets on tbe 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
tclock In K. of P. Hall, King slreL
Visiting Eagle are Invited to at'
BAM McKEAOOE, W.P.
H. T. MOORB. W. Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meet every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. 0. F. '
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to i
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem. '
A. H. MURPHY, C. of R.
DAUIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets every seeonil and fourth Wed
nesday of each incut li at Sun An.onlo
J lull, Visiting brothers cordially In
Ifrt to attend.
T. F. McTinilE. Pres.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
When your delivery
wagon Is made to fill the
exact needs of your busi
ness, you have "convey
Why not have one made
to order here? We'll
make It just as you want
It. We can give you an
27 QUEEN 8T. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to orUer. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPE3 for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to 40 D WORK, and repair
executed at Sriortest nonce. ,
W, R. PATTBR80N
General Contracting and Jobbing,
Housep.tlntlng, Paperhanglng, Grain
ing, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle, the '
tlgn painter, corner Hotel and Union i
streets. PHONE MAIN 361
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND M
TURITY CO., LTD,
Reil estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Olflcel Mclntyrs tilda., Honolulu, T.H,
0, DO 36V I'llONU MAIN ML
BULLETIN AD8, PAY sW
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ed Blent' I CJ S
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CM.ff. fttlTllllHlTt. 1 Xa
Elastic Carbon Paint
to be unexcelled for roofing purposss
of every description. It makes a roof,
be It metal, canvas, wood, felt or
shingle, Impervious to water; makes
? splendid appearance on metal roofs,
fills the seams and small holes mak
ing them perfectly water proof, pre
venting formation of rust. We guar
antee to patch any leak or hole from
the size of a pin-head to two feet
square. This may appear as an exag
geration, but we are willing to dem
onstrate the truth of It by staking the
Equally serviceable for the follow
ing purposes: Iron fences, gutters
and copings, cteel bridges, ship's bot
toms, farming Implements, sugar re
fineries, iron and steel structures.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KING 8T.
For Over 60 Years
fcas heen uted for over S1XTV
YICAKS by MILLIONS of Mothers B
JKU, vritn periect succcm. it
hOOTlli: tho CIllLp. BOFTBN3
tho (1U.M8. ALLAYS oil palh.
CURES VINI COLIC, and U the
lx-tt remedy for UIAHRI1UJA. Sold
by DruflrttUts In overy part of the
3 world. Ho inro ana ik for Mri.
3 VlQKtow'Botb)tie8rmpnd talcs
jj no otntr Kuia. teats a aortu.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Blue 1801,
Residence 'Phone Blue 2331
per 8. S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
of our clothing attention are satisfac
tory. Why not telephone us?
HONOLULU CLOTHE8 CLEANING
CO.. Alakea Street
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINQ.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT 8TREET.
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The best smoke sold In
this market. Try It.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
"Fir Rent" cardi on sal t
ths Uullitln cilice,
Nothing It to much In the way In a
house "as a musical Instrument which
no preterit member of the family
plays. And nothing li easier to sell
or exchange, through a Bulletin want
ad. than a musical Instrument,
Autos for hire at Ter. Stables.
Make up a tallybo party for Wallele.
11 est cup of coffee in the city. Ntw
I Lilly's Poultry Food and prepare
lions nt C J Day s.
After roller skating go to thefCobwcb
Cafe and liar fur refreshments;
l-.itl.irs Francis and Justli.Wlw..i
I from windward purls In the Clamlli.i-,
N-ally fumlilied rooms at tbe Pop-
uur si, JI.SU and is per week. 12U
Uubu Lodce. No 1. K. of P., will
meet touleht at 7:30 o'clock lu K. ot
P. Hull. King fctrtet.
Hpti'lal rnr tcrvlct- will be gUen
those remaining nt the carmvn'R ilnnif
later tlimi the ivgular cam.
1110111'fl sale of genuine. Irish llneim
(eminences Monday moriiliiB. Remark
able (iiallti'3 nt extremely low prices.
Thin paper editions of stiind.ird nulli
crn can be procured nt Win, C. l.)oii
Co. Mil. Sold for cash on isy pay
ments. 1'ioposnli for painting nil slilnglo
loofs nl the new poit nt Kaliaulka are
cnllcil for by the quartermaster. Sec
nd for particulars.
Walklkt Iun is now owned by W. C.
Ilcrgln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on the beach.
Atmore'H mlncemcnt ntul plum pud-
Olng of the new seaeou'H pack. Just
I In time for Thanksgiving. .1 M. Levy t
Co. Thono .Main lt'J.
"Arable" keeps Iron roofs free from,
rust and purflfles rain water. Ulve It
a trial and be convinced. California
Feed Co., agents.
A visit to China can easily be pre
sinned upon Inspecting tho swell line
of Chinese curlpH nnd silks nt Wliif:
Wo Tnl & Co.'s. Nmianti street.
M. It. Counter, 1142 Fort street, Ix
leceivlng holiday goods by every mall
nnd express. Low prices rulo con
sistent with quality and workmanship.
The ship Marlon Chllcott arrived In
yesterday, 1G ilaya out from Montere),
with a full cargo of oil. Shu began dis
charging this morning at the railroad
The last Monday meeting for men.
In tho Mclnerny building on Fort
fctreet, will be held at 13:3U p. in. today,
the subject being, "Is Religion Attrac
tive o Young Men?"
A tea and fcoclal chat will bo held by
the Kllohana Art lA-ugiio nt Its rooms
Alexander Young building, nt 3:30 Mon
day afternoon. The Leugue'ii annual,
meeting will bo held at 4:20.
A. S. Qulld, bookkeeper at Ewa plan
tation, Ik In town, Ills mother ami
sister are expected to return by the S
S. Moana, due today, from a six
months' visit to the Old Country.
The Honolulu Scottish Thistle Club
will hold their regular monthly kik-IuI
this evening at 7:30 o'clock In Rs
looms In the Oregon block. The en
trance to the rooms Is on Union strict
The Royal Kawalahao Glee Club will
furnish music ut the fair on Saturday
afternoon. There will also be slngluy
by young ladles nnd gentlemen from
ICanichamclin and Kawalahao schools
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co. has Jiut
nceUed u new supply of the best c! all
'cameras, the l'remo. Como and bee
I them. Select ouo for Christmas If you
j want something tliut will be apprcclut-
C C. Kennedy of Illlo Is expectei. to
urrlvo In the Klniiu on his way lo
Uuilslauu on a mission from the plant
ers to study cnuc-loadeiH there. The
Louisiana lunchlneH nro wild to be su
perior to uuy known bore.
The Seaside has plenty of Burl
boards, surf canoes, Cuiiailluu canoes
etc., which are ut llm disposal of Its
guests. Remember tliut the best bath
Ing and the best surf for board riding Is
directly In front of the Seaside.
An attraction at the Rapid Transit
cannen'H shirtwaist dance at 1'rogret.a
hn'll tomorrow evening will bo music by
Piper Frnser on the Scottish bagpipes.
TIM annual event of the cut men Is one
ot the lending fcstlvuls on the present
The S. S. Nevnduu bulled lust night
for Knhuliil to discharge the leiiialmlcr
of her cargo. From there she will go
to Kuuuapull, wheie she will tuke on
the first of the new migar crop. Shiij
win complete her cargo ill llllu. The
Nevadun took HuO tons of sugur from
The llrltlsh steamship lulu worth Is
lo sail on .Monday for Illlo, vshero she
will discharge the remainder of lit r
coal cargo. Tbe CIiIiimi Main, which
sailed Wednenduy, took the Chinese m
lhe Isleuorth's crew for piiRsuge to
China, und another clew bus been
tlgned on here.
The cm rent Issue of the l'niacllse ot
Hie l'.iclllc Is, ns usual, u credit to Its
publishers and to the community In
general Resides the usual resume nt
facts und current events the number
contains Intciustliig articles on Hawaii
an at Home, I'liieunplo Progress, Ar
bor Day and The Great Dug Ku, ac
companied by handsome, lllustiiitloiis
showing vurlous Hawaiian hiiiics to
Miss Alice Dowllug ami Mr. K, W.
llanou lire to lie tendered 11 lceptloii,kep,ca ,mokep , a thorounh
llhs ,...k ut C U. U hull by ll,BUU; ,, matcnel. for , ,1
liiemberB of Ihu ladles' Auxiliary, A. ,,. ' ., . .... ,
O. II., assisted by llm members of )- vor '"J1 ' ,w"1 "" w,,y no .
llanou ure to lie tendered a leceptlou
Vision One. All the liii'iubuis nild lliell
frletiils inn (iirdliilly Invited In be pies
nl uml intend their good wishes In
lhe guests lit I lie melting, will) UIV
Minn In lie iiitH.-il In iimriluKH HiIhsIi
munis, iiiiislc uinl u binlal llnui urn
Hers are two eyeglasses, one filling
,. . . ., ,.
the n6te eorrectly.-the
, other Incorrectly. There Is no one
'eyeglass that will fit all noses, but
- stoek ncudet lhe bft ,-,, ,,,,
To know the ttyle best suited for
each particular note and how to
adjust It le part of our tklll.
A. N. SANFORD
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May &. Co.
MONUMENTS, 8AFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG.. 178-180 KINO STREET. PHONE 287.
San Francisco, November IB. Abo
Ruef, who. with Mayor Schmltz, l.n.i
been Indicted for extorting money fiom
French restaurants, has surrendered
nnd been i cleared on (50.000 ball. May
or Schmltz arrived In New York oi
San Francisco, Nov. 15. Two men
I, , .
.. uruu, .., ..- ,....B ...... ui. .5 BCT-l
lously hurt ns tbe,,esult of tho hold-up
of u saloon by tiyo masked men. The
affair occurre.1. ut sixth unrt Urannan
streets. I-.x-Pollccman OConnell who
was In bo saloon refused to hold up
.iib imtiuii ni. uiur.c-u u mill wiir.icu
fire. In the duel which followed, ona
escaped. O'Conncll Is dead. The oth
ers shot were bystanders.
f. , . ..
till DUTV0N MEX
City of Mexico. Nov. 1C A bill has
been submitted to Congress to estab
lish a ten per cent export duty on Mcx
li 1111 silver coin, which has become the
common legal lender of the Asiatic
London. Nov 13. Parliament debut.
I'd yesterday the Ulcknell lepoit ulleg
Ing gross Immorality In Chinese com
pounds In the TraiiHVual.
Portland. Ore.. Nov. 15. There Is nu
communication with Seattle 011 account
of the Hoods, nrj-at damage Is being
itnnn III .III. Qltil.x. .1, ltrnul.l.n.li.n ..ml '
done lii the States of Washington uml
Oregon by water and wind.
Chateau Hay, Ijlirador. Nov. 15.
Hxplorer Peary has arrived here, eu
route home. In his ship Roosevelt.
The BU8INE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In tho Saturday Bulle
tin and tht WMkly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of alf lt
gr.l notices, calls for tenders, Judgi
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 Pr month, Weekly Bulletin,
SI Pr yr.
Blank books of all aorta, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.
Don't you want to be wise? If you
do, do as wise smokers are doing
ask for the
The manifold virtues of the Rough
Rider Cigar will convince the most
Sol Honolulu Agints,
CORNEH HOTEL ANP FORT BTS,
Nelson's Thin Paper
Small volumes printed (n large type
en very thin paper are becoming more
popular every day.
You can slip a volume In your pock
et when traveling; they are handy and
convenient to read In a hammock; they
take up very little room.
Bound is Turkey Morocco with flex
ible covers. We have the following
authors now In stock.
Dickens, Jane Austen, Uurns,
Klngsley, Tennyson, Thnclteray,
The llrontes, Carlylc, Lever,
Shakespeare, Scott, Ilunyan,
Cervantes. Lytton, Elliot, .
Price $2 per volume. Handsomely
illustrated, Cash or Installments.
Wm. C. Lyon Go.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Illenk books of alt sorts, ledgers
ttc, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub-
TROUBLE IN SIGHT
A number of eople Interested In the
lurmlng of u Beekeepers' Association
met last night nt the United States F.x
Jierlmcnt Station. Professor Van Dine
exhibited oer fifty samples ot local
honey. The report, from abroad
Ptfriltiut llnu'nltnii twitwut illuMiiuiiril
"Ofc IIHPUIIMII MUUi; CI-CIV UIOVIISn-.l
t ,,,,,, ,t wn ,,, ,lmt the bM
,,,.,. ,,,, evera, for tliplr
,, of wh(,,1 wnH fron BIICh
,)lan(g ,, nfegtC(, , mt or
.,, rnne (0 mt , lnfe8lcd h ,,,
kopper. In the latter case the hopper
I ,,,,.- ,... , t .. ,...fti.
4.U111.M11 .-. .111.- ivi. iiiiu iti!iijii iiiiiiovii
full of Julie and then exudes It upon
the leaf to be taken up by the beo.
The substunce exuded by the hopper Is
known to commerce as "honey duw
und Mr. Van Dine suggested that tho
vane honey be named "Honey Dew
Honey" to distinguish It from all other
varieties. This grade Is Inferior to the
other and Is the cause of the embargo
to the beekeepers here, who have been
accused of adulterating their product
If some such mcasuie Is nut adopted the
charge will be made that the keeper
lierc allow their bees access to the
molasses vats of the plantations.
Dr. Shorey stated that It was tho pre
ponderance of ash In the Hawaiian
honey that caused tbe belief tliut thu
honey from hero is adulterated. Wheic
tho conditions weio not. known this
honey would not puss muster In the
Stules where there Is u pure food luw,
though here It Is understood to br
cuused by the bees absorbing tbe ex
cretions of leaf hoppers und uphlds.
Food Inspector Mr. Duncan bald
he would have to pronounce the hone)
dew grade ndulteraled. according to tho
. .. .. .. ... .
standard. Here In the Territory the
federal authorities had control und
would enforce the pure food law.
It wuh announced that Prof. Frnnl'
llenlon, assistant entomologist of tho
Agricultural Department ut Washing
ton, would be here In December on his
let urn fium u tour of the wdrld uuu
would remain about seventeen days.
Prof, llenlon has been .studying condi
tions und bee pasturage thioughout the
world and gathering new species ut
bees so It Is possible he would be able
to Introduce new beo plants here. Next
mouth the hcekeeners would hold a
joint exhibition with tho poultrynieli
und Mr Van Dltio will exhibit his
honey, samples und the cocoons.
Charles I.ucus moved, tliut K. C
Smith hit appointed chulrmun of the
pew invalidation with authority to ur
range details of the final organization
Mr Van Dine moved that W. L. How
aril he temporary secretary and both
motions uirrled. These gentlemen will
iiriuug" fur a meeting of the members
who will then confer relative to enter
taining Mr. llenlon on Ills arrival.
TO COMMAND MONGOLIA
rhtt Chionlclu of November 8 says
thai It Is believed that Captain dulls,
now In (omiuuiiil of the Paiiumu liner
City of I'ara. will be given command of
' " ' '
; l. Hamnr M
t-i luuuied In sail n
r Honolulu n, (
Mongolia, which Is
0111 Sun Fi'iiuclscu
ill -hon In ilils city, Nov. il, IMOrt
Mr uml .Mis, I1, (lleason, u s
T vln Job Printing it tht lul
If, Mill! HI
French Restaurants Are
Source of Great
FEE OF $28,88.
RECEIVED BY BOSS
REAL TEST OF VOTER8 CAME IN
RECENT ELECTION OF THE
JUDGE8 OF SUPERIOR
In all probability tho. Indictments ot
Abe Ruef and Mayor Schmltz, which
were reported yesterday by cable,
were In connection with the French
icstaurant scandal, which has been
closely followed by Deputy County At
torney Ileney of land fraud case fame,
who Is now cleaning up some of the
political sewers of San Francisco.
It is known that one of the first
matters to bo submitted to tho Jury
concerned Ruef's connection with thu
French restaurants. This Is regarded
os one of the cases In which Ruef has
laid himself open to direct attack. Ruef
has admitted that he accepted a feu
from the restaurants. In addition to
his testimony It will be necessary only
to prove that a conspiracy existed.
The testimony of Thomas Reagan will
Le Important In this particular.
It will be shown that the Mayor's
crusade against the French restaur
ants was not In good faith. In fact aa
effort will be made to prove that the
trusade originated In tbe brain of the
boss. The Mayor suddenly came to
the conclusion that the restaurants
were Immoral. The places, which had
Inspired poets from afar, after an un
molested existence of several years,
found themselves unexpectedly under
the ban ot thu Mayor. The Jackson
street resort was all right In the eyes
of Schmltz, but thu French restaurants
llh their rooms overhead became In
tolerable lu tho righteous sight of bis
The avenue of nttack was naturally
tho I'ollco Commission. The Comuil.
blotters were told that the places were
evil and should bo suppressed. The
commission, therefore, decided that
the liquor licenses under which these
resorts operated should bo revoked, A
so-called "raid" was a necessary pre
liminary. Tho "raid," therefore, was
It was at this point that Ruef sud
denly entered the case. He appeared
ps counsel for thu restaurants. The
Police Commissioners had been In
structed by tho Mayor to heed the
words of Eminent Counsel" and to
net with discretion. Ruef suggested
that registers such as are used In ho
tels be placed In tho restaurants. This,
It was urged, would make them right
eons In every respect. It was accoid
Ingly so ordered. Ruef pocketed his
feu of 128,000 and the Incident was del-lured
Thu chnrgu against Ruef In this caso
will bo conspiracy to extort. It will
be alleged that the threat lo revoke
the license was a more subturfuge by
which Ruef could collect a handsomu
In the course of the civic house-
cleaning now In progress In San Fran
cisco certain matters may be given at
tention which 011 the face or things
promise a good Held for Inquiry. Thu
slot machines and the chimney inspec
tion come tinder this head. In the
case of tho slot machines thero has
been no dearth ot rumors. It has been
stated that the administration played
fast and looso In cases where the ma
chines were concerned. This subject
came before thu Androws CI rand Jury,
but slnco that time facts have devel
oped which make a new inquiry more
fruitful of results.
Tho chimney Inspection Involves a
rum of about $20,000. Just what part
of this went fur salaries and what por
tion went Into thu public treasury will
be fully determined. It has been
charged that the salaries paid were
Excessive fur the wotk performed and
that thu entire sum derived from thu
Inspection was eateu up In "expenses,''
In un effort to locate all of thu hold
lugs of Schmltz and Ruef. thu records
f Los Angeles are being looked Into.
Tho trips of lltief and the Mayor to
the southern city, It is alleged, wero
and comfortably cool, are White Lin-1
en Duck Suits. I
Not only this but tht Quality We I
Furnish You Is DURABLE and there. I
Every talent of our experienced
workmen Is exercised to give you what
we guarantee A PERFECT FIT.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
I Klni BL
PMONK SLUe'jMI, P, 0, Box .,
for the purposo of looking Into the real
estato market there. It Is claimed
that both the boss and tho Mayor havo
put a good part of their San Francisco
"earnings" Into choice property in
Only two pieces of San Francltco
tcalty are assessed to tho family ot
, Mayor Schmllz, his new home at Val
leJo and Stelner streets to himself,
nnd his former home at Fillmore and
! Green streets to his wife,
I With Ruef It Is different. He Is
among tho largest holders of property
In San Francisco. He owns land In
almost every section of the city. He
has invosted In the wholesale section,
tho retail district, Richmond, Univer
sity Mound, South San Francisco and
The real feeling of the people of Ban
Frnuclsco, since the exposures, was
shown In the recent election, where
the real fight was centralized on the
candidates for Superior Judge. In
this fight only one of lhe Ruef candi
dates. Judge Mogan, for many years a
judge In the Police Court, was elected
and he wan the lowest of nil the can
didates, defeating Judge Hosmer by
only 300 votes, while "Honest John"
Coffey, who lead the ticket, was over
lC.hOO votes ahead of Mogan.
Thu light was centered on the Supe
rior Judges as It was Ruef's last hope
that, through control of the courts, he
might still be able to keep up bis ca
reer. Judge Lnwlor, who has always
been an enemy of Rucflsm, was elect
ed and makes It certain that Mogan
will not be selected aa presiding judge.
Another Important victory for clean
government was the defeat of Judge
Carroll Cook for Presiding Justice of
lhe Court of Appeals. Cook has been
on thu Superior bench lu San Francis
co for many years, and has been so
close to the City Hall crowd that every
effort to defeat him was used and. It
tttrnej out, successfully. In these
fights there were no party lines drawn
but the men and their known feelings
In regard to the divisions caused by
the graft In city politics had their ef
fect. IMMIGRANTS ARRIVE
ON SHIBATA MARU
The S. S. Shlbata Mam, Captain J.
W. Ckstrnnd arrived this morning from
Kobe Japan with 201 Japanese Immi
grants for Hawaii. She hits In addi
tion a small cargo of mixed freight,
amounting to only about 8tl tons. It
Includes 80 tons of rice. 20 cases ot.
dried fish, 12 cases of medicine, 5q
cases of canned goods and some cur
ios. The Shlbata Maru is one of the extra
steamers put on temporarily by the
Toyo Klsen Kalshn to relieve the con
gestion of Japanese Immigrants caused
by the Mongolia and Manchuria being
oT their regular runs. She comes con
signed to T. H. Davles & Co. She left
Kobo on November 3, and had a pleas
ont voyage ot 13 days. Her movements
after leaving Honolulu are not yet de
cided, but It Is probable (hat she wlfl
return to Japan.
WA8 MONGOLIA'S CAPTAIN
Captain John II. Hinder, formerly
well known here ns tho commander of
the liner Coptic, nnd later of the Mon
golia, his been appointed assistant su-
I erliiteutlent of the Pacific Coast Steam
ship Company, with headquarters III
this city. CuptDln Hinder, after leav
ing (he Mongolia, took command ot
the big steamer Minnesota of the James
J. Illtl Hue, running betweuti Seattle
and the Orient, and only lately left that
bervlcu to return here and go Into the
employ of the Pacific Coast Steamship
Company. He Is regarded as an excep
tionally tulenled master mariner, and
his lelurn to San Francisco Is wel
Tbe Weekly Edition ot the BTMitni
Bulletin gives complete summary of
ia nsws of th day. For HI year.
We're always ready to examine
your teeth FREE: ami quote
our price for placing them in
good condition. Even then you are
under no obligation to employ us,
lint when you see our work and
how painlessly ho operate, you will
place your teeth in our care,
T. L FCROUSON. D. f). S
"THE EXPERT DENTIST"
215 Hotel St.
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