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BVBKINO IIVJLT.ETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., THUnSDAY, OCT. S, 1908.
I HKAHir. A UHD1F
WEEKLY CALENDAR !
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MO-NO A V
Pacific Third Degree.
Honolulu Cominandery Heo
ular, 6 P. M.
Hawaiian First Degree.
Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of tho
Order arc coidlnll" Invited to
attend meetings t local lodges
HARMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:80 In I. O. 0. V. Hull, Fort Street.
E. It. IIKNDUY. Secretary.
HEN. F. VICKEIIB, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2. K. OF P.
Meets every 2d niul 4 th Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p. in. nt K. 1'.
Hall, enmer Tort nnd Heretntilu Sts.
Visiting ltrothcrs cordially welcn.nt
V. L. I.YLK, O. C,
V. WALUKON, K. of II. & S.
OAIIU LODGE. No. 1. K. of P.
Meets ovcry first nnd third 1'rl-
day oven'ne nt 7:30 In K. of l. Hall,
corner Fort and Ilorctanla. Vlsltlns
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DKISKIXa, C.C.,
JA8. W. WHITF.. K.n.3.
HONOLULU I0D8E GIG. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I-odge No. C1C, II. P. 0.
B., will meet in their hall on Kins
near Fort Street every Friday cvou-
By ordor of tho 12. n.:
HUNItY C. KASTON,
vm. H. iiciNnuNY. n. n.
VYm. M'XINLEY LODGE No.3, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
tvoalni? at 7:30 'i lock In 1C. of I.
Hall, cor. Fort nnd lieretanla. Visit
ing hrothers cordially 'invited to nl
tcn.1. - XV. L. FRAZKE, C.C.,
E. A. JACOIISON, K.K.S.
HONOLULU AERIE MO. F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2ml nnd 4th WHD
KI2SDAY evenings of 'each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of I". Hall, coruor
licrctnnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to nt
tend. XV. L. KRA7.EC, W., l'rcat.
H. T. MOOUE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every Hist and third Thuis
dnys of e.irh month at Knights ot
Pythias Hull. VIsltlns hrothors cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. h. AltLHIGH, Sachem.
A. 12. MURPHY, C. of It.
BEST HEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orphcnm Attendants.
1st Door Waikiki of Central Fire Stn.
Waverle7 Building-, Bethel St.
Pcrsonnl Attention Given to Cuisine
nnd Table Service at All Hours. Best
Meals at Reasonable Prices.
CHARLES II. EICHLER, Prop.
At All Watchdealcrs.
. Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK "
done by the
with their new FRENCH
257 Bcrijtania St Fhone 1491.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
S. TATA INI
Emma St. near Bcretania.
rjg"For 8al" cards at Pujletln.
Better health. ,
We sell you stoves
Honolulu Gas Co.
Always Fi'esli at
Fort and King St.
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, IXOWERS, CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices,
Wire Frames Made to Order,
30 KING ST.
, job; ; s
-TO MAKE YOU
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
House and General Painting,
BOSTON BLD0.; 2ND FLOOR. .
5 C CIGAR. 5 C.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
EDGEWOilTH and OB0ID TobaccoB
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
anA MYRTLE CIGAR STORE. .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A Bulletin Want Ad. is a
household help when new servants
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
lVmt Franklin cars. Stkyds. Stbls.
Mug uii No, G. (lb home In an unto
Tho V. M. C A. Class for tho study
of Japanese will organize tonight.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., for
up to-dato repairs.
Try tho I'nlm Cafe, lintel near Fort,
for jour meals, Tho cooking and ser
vice' niu unexcelled and tho vnrlety
pleases tho public. '
Kddlo Finn nnd Geo. Held of tho
Alamedn, the popular mixologists, are
now easing thirsts, nt Al Thnrlow'if
"Itoyal Annex." ,
Cut ptleos are Rtlll tho order of the
day nt (Horn's. Tht bis i eduction sale
ot ladles' iiiiihIIii underwear, over
hklrls, shirt waists, nnd embroideries
Is dinwing a I aire patronage.
Mis. M. (I. SI nines wits this morning
arraigned before Judgo lloblnsou nnd
entered a plea of guilty to tho charge
of helling liquor without a license.
She wns fined $100 and costs.
Tho young ladles of tho Post Omco
booth of the (lypsy Encampment nro
rcipiested to leave their letters lit (he
Young Hotel for Mrs. Cnrnwcll who
would like to have them Friday nnd
Mason Mitchell, formerly consul nt
Chungking, who Is stopping here on
his way to Apia, where ho will bo If,
S Consul flcnornl, will address tho
Chamber of Commeico at Its meeting
next Wednesday uttcrnoon on "West
Joseph Kaln, n bhoemaker working
nt the McDonald shop, was found dead
Ibis morning on (lie floor of his liouso
on College Walk, near St. I.ouls Col
logo. A poslmorlem examination
showed (lint heart failure was (ho
cnuse of bis death.
Law Questions Reserved
Tho mandamus suit of John S.
Chandler, by his attorney, W. S. Fil
ings, to lompel Secretary of thc'Ter-
1 1 lory Mntt-Smlth to receive his nom
ination for Senator from the Fourth
Senatorial District, was this morn
ing brought before Judgo Alexander
Utxhuy. in the Circuit Court, ,und
wns then reserved on questions of
law to the Supremo Court.
.Mr. Mott-Smlth. by Acting Attor
ney (ipueral Whitney, (lied u motion
to quash the proceedings this morn
ing on technical deficiencies in tliu
petition of Judgo Kdlngs. Kdlttgs
xtnted, however, that this had bo','u
in ought about Ihiouglt his eagerness
to get thu matter before (ho Courts
ns boon ns possible, and, as It would
only mean additional delay In get
ting ut thu real point to introdtico
the motion to quash, Judgo Lindsay,
at the request of Whitney, overruled
The Secretary relics on lilu answer
to the petition, in which ho states
that the nomination papers and the
fee of $25 ware not temorcd to him
until after tho tlnio set by law had
elapsed, lie also states that at this
time lm did not have tho power to
accept tho nomination.
(Continued from Pace U
was going trrtakti pait in'tho r.oap box
campaign. CrabUo.Bald tlmt.tho part
must do so In order to respond to tho
box orators of o.lhorjiartloB, ,
J u ild asked for permission In plaru
tho responsibility ot the meetings on
VIco-Chnlrinim Chllllngwotth. No ob
jection was offered.
Home Rulers Friends.
'I want to say," said Atkinson,
"that our only chance of losing Is to
get into any personal fights. Wo want
tho friendship of the Homo, Uulejs.
Tiioy have endorsed a nUmbor of our
men nnd wo wnnftheli' uunpoit Inst'erd
of getting them mad."
At n meeting held last night by tho.
committee. Clillllngworth hnd report
ed that eight Republican road workers
hud been fired for not attending tho
'Anla rally, mid that tho Supervlbori
were laying on tliu men on Saturdays,
when according to law, they wore, en
titled to n full dns's pay for half n
Road Men Not Fired.
Costn explained In logaid to tho al.
legation that eight Republican road
workers hud been discharged bocauso
they failed to attend tho Aula meet.
:ng, that hn had Been four of tho eight
men, nnd they we.rp willing to iippe.;,'
before tho coiumltteo nnd deny (ho
truth of tho report. As a matter of
fact they belonged to, a gang which
was too large.' to., bpr constantly. .m'
A Most Excellent Assortment of
$ j c A
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 S. KING ST. PHONE MB.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
ROOSEVELT WONT STUMP
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 7. President Roosevelt Is convinced Hint
tho political sltuntlon makes it unnecessary fur lilm to go out on tho
stump, peisonally in tho lnleicit uf
i m m
NO WAR IN BALKANS
PARIS, France, Oct. 7. The sltuntlon In tho Dnlkans Is clearing,
and it Becms now that war Is improlmbfe, (he International conference
summoned being expected to bring about u peaceable settlement of the
troubles. In which Turkey, llulgurla, Scrvla, nnd Austria are Involved.
LONDON. Ktic. Oct. 7. tlreat
ernment to rccousider Its Intention to
Herzegovina, the formal declaration of which movo was Issued today nt
Vienna. Turkey, which exercises suzerain rights over the province, has
already Issued n protest against Austria's action.
JAPANESE CHRISTIANS REJOICE
TOKIO, Japan, Oct, ".The Japanese! Christians nro rejolilnfr at
tho determination arrived at by those lit charge of the preparations for
the reception to be tendered the American Atlantic Fleet to eliminate In
toxicating liquors and the engagement of gclshn girls from all olllelul
receptions. , t
m i . m
TAFT AND BRYAN AT BANftUET
CIHCAaO, III., Oct. 7. William II. Toft .nnd .William Jennings
Ilryan met lieio tonight nt n banquet, greeting each other cuidlall)'. The
(.peecltcs ut .the function were nonpartisan.
ployed, nnd eight wcro laid off each
week In rotation These men had beci
laid off ns ll was their turn, and wounl
bo employed ugaln next week, whe'i
their tlmo came.
In regard to tho laying off of tho
road workers on Saturdays It wnii de
cided to confer with tho Supervise,
In order to hnvo thhi practice changed.
Negligent Duslnets Men,
Joo Cohen called tho attention of
tho coiumltteo to tho fart (hut a largo
number of business men had railed In
register. For Instance, (hero wwu
eight In tho Young Hotel who had not
registered yot. "Wo want theso men
to icglster," said Cohen, "because
most of thorn will vote tho Itcpubllcn-i
ticket. It would be u good thing to
publish the names or the business tneu
who do not register."
laukea Helas Rose.
Charlie (lose, tho Democratic can
didate for Deputy Shoilff, this nioin
lug died his nomination papers. It
was a significant, fact that among tho
signatures which appeared on the pa
per wub that ot Sheriff Inukcn, nnd llio
report of (his Immediately lluw through
(ho political circles like wildfire. It
was thought vety strango that Sheriff
Iuukea should sign tho papers of Iloso.
who Is ii rival lo ltonnlo Monsnrrat.
laukeu's running mate, whoso papuis.
ny tno way, lauKea iiiii not sign. Many
guesses as to Jnst how Uoiinle would
llko this uero made, espcelnlly when It
was learned that the Sheriff had signed
thu Hose document, not ut Itiiho'h io
quest, but at Ills own Inltlalhe.
A Ntw Candidate.
A now c.uiilldatn for tho olllco of
Deputy Sheriff of Ew.i and Wnlanao
on the Democratic ticket, ha entera.l
(ho Held, namely Joseph II. Mukanaul.
who takes thu place of McAnyiM, who
wns nominated without his consent,
ami wuo wiiiiuruw tno day urter Ihc
Aala Mass Meeting',
Tho Democrats hnvo' selected tho
following llbt of speakers for their rat-
mention meeting, winch Is lo bit hold
at Aala l'ark next Saturday ov'onlug:
Sam K. Kaloa. II. T. Mooro, J. J. Fern,
B. K. Itathburn, Judgo CJiinrles. K. M.
Watson. I.. U McCandlebS, J. K. l'aelo
ntnl Frank n. Hnrvcy.
Tho Homo Hitlers and I.aborltrs will
go to Iwllel lomorrbw night to seo If
tney can pun somo votoa from the
grasp of (ho Reimbllcun .aitv. T! .
meeting will bo called to ordo.- nt 7 .'ID
Captain N'uhnr.i Ulna, a ltem:.lr:in
nnd tho defender of Iwlloi foil, will
ho thero with his nrmy, pri';.tired It
dilvo the rnslonlstB from (ho halt's-
The Island Tour.
Thu majority of tho candidal,!.! who
aro runnliig nt Inrgu on lha Itopuhll
can (Icket and tho ciimllilatoj f ji- tliu
House from tho Fifth starlit (bis
morning nt 9 o'clock on thel tour
around (ho Island. They wen ne'eom.
panled by Stephen Desha mid Heinaid
Kelekollo, tho Hoy Orator.
mo ram dates nrrlvml m i.',,,nr,i,
Court Ilouso at about 10:40 o'clock
(his morning nnd wcro greeted by
mum rania and (ho other licruibllcaii
Tho candliinles Ininieillalolr' pnt
down o business and nddros.vl the
audience, numbering about sluv,
Which hud gathered to sen hud hair
tho cnndl.latps. At 12:o, join if.
Wmi was uddrcsslng tho Kuneoho peo
ple, about six speakers having p,..
jeded hint, Thoio who spnlto In Kng.
Ilsh hiul their speeches Inlerorclcil l,y
(ho Hoy Orator. Tho meetliu- was
most orderly. Tho candidates wero to
resumo (heir (rip nt about 2 o'clock
0ycs Achi Nothing
Admiral Hockley states (hat ho has
nohlug t do with ChnillB Achl in
money iimtlcis, and denies tho wholo
thing that wns published in tho Stnr.
I owe Achl nothing and have prom-
-u mm none," said tho Admiral.
Mrs. Atchofloyaf tho'Kakaako meet.'
mg last ovenlng accused tho Hcpiibli
"..Party of making a gold mine out
of Kal.iupapa. Frivolous persons havo
occutcd her of Having done tho satio
with tho Lito Dr. J, Lor Wnllach.
Tho samo liidy accused John Lauo
or cntlne tho flesh and drinking tho
William II, Tuft.
llrltnln has asked tho Austrian gov
annex the 1'iovlnco of Dosnla and
Hai left Punchbowl For The
blood of llio 'lepers of the Soltlentent.
Which would 'khow thai Johniilo has n
fairly strong constitution nnd should
bo able to btaiul u two jears term
ns lua') or fairly well.
rVdmlral llecklpy mnl Link McCnm!
loss' hav'e both been refeired to as
geebo luylng golden eggi. In tho mean-
tlmo thu Republicans aro watching tho
corporation nest hoping that they may
soon bear a cackle. '
They ray thai I'lumber Culnii hnR a
lead pipe cinch,
A chl's name may round very much
like a sneeze and still ho Insists that
ho in not to he sneezed nt.
.loo Cohen says that If ho Is elected
ho will glvo everybody n show. It
would scent that ho lias been doing
just this thing for n long tlmo past.
.lodged from the Kiihankn meeting
Fern has u following hi that n'ctlon
but Achl Is u decidedly lamo duck.
Hilly Aylett made a hit with his
hearers by asking If (Ids Achl who
now appeared with itnothcr party win
(ho namo Achl with whom tho pcoplo
had beeuino aciiuaiuled somo years
4.ell.g. hmif hrf hrf ilwlnrffnlirritn
llfrry von Holt Immediately set his
Kak.ial.o hearers in n good naliiro by
telling (hem (hat all Ktikauko citizens
were fnt and hearty.
It was Joe Cohen's maiden speech
In tho Hawaiian Islands, uml some of
tltoo thereabouts figured that ho got.
moro applause than till thu others put
togethur. ",'o eloped lown" nppeara
to make a hit wait tho Knkanko vol.
John Dull, tho factor of many polit
ical battles, was the presiding elder of
tho Knkaako rally. Ho Is a great pol
itician and on his shoulders is sal.l
In rest the lesponsllilllty for btlnglng
uii urn uiiiu aum jouiieoii straight voto
ft om tho district.
A now 'way of spoiling (ho nSiui 'f
(ho Independent candlduto for Sheriff
has been adopted. It Is now bpun'cil
i. j, u, uea.
Deputy Attorney Oonernl I.anmch
nas iieeu assigned the task of In
vestigating the charges which havo
becij hi ought against Attorney J. W.
Knluu of Mnul. Tho matter was first
brought to the attention ot tho At
torney Ocncinl's Department through
a bhort nolo which was received horo
irom mo Clerk of (hu Court on tho
other Island, In which It wns moroly
i luted that tho charges had been pro
ferrod. I.ator Attorney I.lghtroot, who hnd
been appointed milieus curlao by tho
Court (horo untitled thu Attorney Gun
oinl's dcpnrlinenf of thri iillegod fads,
whli Ii weio (ho saino as thoso pub
Mr. Urnnch will leave for Maul
bomo tlmo next week, nnd personally
Investigate (ho charges agahiBt Knluu
In a Bicoch heforo tho Wlilto Hats
rolltlcol League, un association of
mombors of tho theatrical piofosslon,
at New York, Secretary Harry Mum
foul said rldlctilo of u candldato hv
nctots on (ho stage could he made to
Accuraelv-fitted glasses save their
owners much trouble.
We fit them that way.
OPTICIAN. '"BOSTON BLOCK.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, Oct 7, 1003.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Oct 7
U. 8. China, for llon.iliil t
BYDNF.Y Arrived Oct.
H. S. Manuka, from Honolulu.
SAN FHANCISCO-Salled Oct. 7:
U. 0. H. Colorado, for Honolulu.
SAN FitANCIRCO-Arrlvr-d Oct. 7:
Seh. Allco McDonald, from Ahuklnl
4 p. in., S. S. America Marti, hence
1111,0 Sailed Oct. fi!
S. J, Virginian, for Hhit Francisco.
WATERFRONT NOTC8 ''
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Honolulu Harbor, Oahu Hland
Tempotnry Channel lluoy y, a secon 1
class can, wns movoil front tho position
bliown on II. o. Chart 1381 to 'it point
100 feet nearer Channel Deacon No. 7,
nnd on a lino with tho thai ted post
lions of Chunnel Deacon No. 7 mid
lluoy No. 9. The buoy Is now r.OO
yards N, SO dog II. (mag) (NNK. S-S
K.) from Chunnel llcacoit No. 7, to
wards which it will bu moved ns
dredging progresses. When dredging
Is completed notice will bo given or
tho final disposition or this buoy.
I ly order of tlio I.tght-llouso Hoard.
STANFORD tt. MOSUS,
I.leul.-Comiiinnder, ll. R. N Assistant
to tho Inspector, 12th I,. II. District.
THAT SOLID material has been
btiuck Is Indicated by thu shocks now
caused on llio waterfront by -lite blast
lug In llio hnibnr. A distinct teeoll Is
to be felt almost imywheiu iilom; llio
front when a fieidi huh' in blown in
llio harbor bottom.
TDK CIiAHDINK came In this morn
lug from llllo, I.aiipahoehoo and Maul
poits, with a crowd of Muni pcoplo mi
board, and with freight us foliown: 20
cords wood, SO sucks cluui-oul, G2 sacks
corn, 30 bogs, III cales, nnd 1 1H pack
THi: AMKUICA MAltir. henco Oct
ober 1st, nrilved at Sail rr.iuelbco'yes-
THi: IJ. S. PACIFIC FI.ICr.T In de
clared overdue by the (luldo.
THK KINAl.' sails nt fi o'clock this
afternoon for Kami polls.
TUB IHOOfNO of tho .1. A. Cuininlns
Is being ovei hauled,
Till: CHINA left Yokohama yester
day for thin purl
HONOLULU WCATHCR t
V ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ii T,
Tliursdav. (let. 8,
Tniiiiii.rnliti'nfl .C n ,,, 71. V n ...
77: 10 n. in., S0j noon, 'J; inoriiing
llaroniuler, 8 a. in.. Cli.fiO; absoluto
hiiiuliirty, S n. in., 0.27ii grains per
cubic foot; lolativo biuuldlty, S n. m
0.1 per cent; dew point, X ll. in.. 03.
Wind C ii. in., velocity 1, direction
N. Ii; S a. in., velocity 2, direction N.:
10 n. m velocity 10, direction N.;
noon, velocity 14, dlieclloti NK.
Itniufnll during 21 liouru en, led 8 n
in.. .110 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 1 10 miles.
WM. D. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Bureau.
NAMES CHOSEN FOR
NEW SHIPS OF NAVY
WASHINGTON, D. (J.. Sopt. Ifi.
President Iloosevelt has authorized
(ho assignment of these iiumes for
ten toriicdo-boat drilroycis, author
ized by tho act of Slay iy, 1908: Ill
ram Paulding, I'orclval Dinyton,
Francis A. Hoe, Hdward Terry, Geo.
II. Perkins, Andrew Sterrel, Hdward
7T. McCall, WlllUm ilurrows, Lewis
Warrington, John Mnyran. Tho fif
teen new submarines will bo named
Stlngrny, Tarpon, llonltit, Snapper,
Norwhul, Hiayllng, Salmon, C.ttp,
ilarracudii. Pickerel, Sknto, Sklpj.iclc,
Sturgeon, Thrasher, nnd Tumi. The
colliers recently authorized will hu
named Jupiter and Cyclops; colliers
to bo purchased: Vulcan, Mars, and
WU FOR ARBITRATION
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. K,.
Minister Wu Ting Fang lias been nit
thoilzcd by the Chlneso Governinent
lo sign n general arbitration tieaty
with the United States. Although
the exact text has not been mado
public, It is conceded that It will bo
blmllar in general puiport to thoso
nlieady executed with a dozen Pow
ers. Questions which nffect tho vital
interest, tho Independence und tho
honor of two contracting Stntcs, or
concern tho Intcicsts of third parlies,
will not bo refeired to Tho Huguu
Ahinson Skinner of tho depailment
of anthropology of die American Mil
stnint of Natural History Iuib return
ed to New York after a Join noy to tho
Huds-on Hay district, wheia ho secur
ed valuable data conconilni; tho Cieo
Widows uml dauglitors of Civil War
veterans, who for thirty years havo
worked In tho Now York -Navy Yard,
have ptotested (o tho Navy Dopait
meut ngnlnst n thicatoncd cut In
tholr pay because of labor-saving ma
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4 4.1.1 Tt 4 DIO ion In
Full moon Oct. !) nt 10: IT, n. in.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of till meridian of 167
lecrcos 30 minutes TLo limo wntsiio
blowa ut 1:30 v. tn., which Is tho snmu
as Greenwich, 0 houin o mlnutos. Sun
und moon aro for locnl tlmo .or mo
Thursday, October 8.
Stmr. Claudluc, Dennett, fiont Maul
mid llllo, 4:38 n. m.
Stmr. Kinau, flregory, for Kuual, fi
Per stmr. Chiudlne. Dennett, from
Maul and llllo, Oct. K. D. O. Hinder
lek, Sam Sol mid wife, M. .1. Martin,
II. Kolomiiku, L. Ap.mn, It. A. I In Id
win, I,. K. Smith. Mrs. II. H. Cook,
Frank Cook, It. .Initio, M. P. (Somen,
.1. I), ltixlui, Miss I.Mdd, Mrs. Long. W.
F. Piiguo nnd wife, It. M. Alexander
and wife, Stafiord Wicnn, Web, (or
Wronn. Mis. J. W. W'otin ('apt. Plltr,
'I. I). Skinner, W. I)le(z, C. I). Wilnlit,
11. Streubcck. C. W. Heiienr, S. Kiileo,
Jr., Miss Kaleo, .Mrs. Kiileo, C. Mash
kc, v.iro nnd 2 children, W. T. Uawllns,
uml 17 on deck.
j PAS3ENGER8 DOOKED "'
' Per P. M. S. S. Siberia, for Ran'
Francisco, Oct. II. Mrs. C. It. WellJ,
MNs Sargent, Mm. A. 1). l-i Matte,
Mr. und Mrs, II. M. Alexander, 11. 1).
llaldwln, .Mrs. K. (!. Kwill. .1. D. IM
wards and wife, Mm. I'. (1. Cox, Mls.ii
Kohl Logan, II. R. Cooper, Admiral
Hollydny, U. S. N., ami wife. Miss Ma
loney, Mls.8 Clevelanil, Miss Allco
Itulli, Dr. II. F. Holler nnd wire, Peter
Ilaiou, Mih. KniiilBcn. Mrs. Fiost, Ilr,
L. K. Cofer, Major McKinbtry nnd
wife, Alexnndrr Young und wife, Minn
11, Until Young, Win. Wilson, .1. P.
Stuff. 11. It. Grant. Ah Hung, Allien
Ward (2), It. A. .Ionian. .1. Jordan. C.
K. Schoenlng. Cnpt. Arthur M. Shlpp.
U. 8. A., II. II. Junius, wife nnd child.
Mm. C. I.. Ilollowny, Miss M. F. WIU
Per stmr. Klnau. Gregory, fur Kinml.
Oil. S.--W. DU-tz. Mlko Patten. Wn..
Kelley, K.ipahu, Mrs. Abeuu, Mlnnlo
Akinii, MlbS Hail Miss Amilo lll.iek-
Bliul, Mrs. H. L. Wllrox, W H. Abbey
mid wlte, Mrs. J. W. Ne.tl, Mlwi M.
Ncnl, Mlsn Neal.
(Continued from Paze 11
Hut I uudersland thcie Is :i
bchemo on foot that will ut least In
form the people ot who theso Indi
viduals dre. It Is pioposcd (o hnvo
tho names published of till those oil
glblo ns voleis. who lefuso to legl.s-
tor because they aio cither too l.uy
or want to escapo Jury duty. That
will fix them.
"Wq shall go fiuther. Whether
tho Hoptibllcans ale victorious o."
not, you will see a law thiottgh tho
next Legislatuic that will fix thcto
fellows. We'll get them on the Jury
und glvo them alt of It to do. They
have had test loug enough. Let them
do nil thu Jury duty If they will not
vnto nor attempt to vote.
"Tho attitude and Imllffpieiiru of
theso pcoplo hi a crying shame, ll li
a dlsgiaco to good citizenship.
"I don't want my numo tibed be
cause thoy might get mad and legl.i-
ler Just for tho sake of voting
against mo. I don't know but thu
end lo bo gained is worth tho pet
CONSUL UYEN0 CALLS
Hon, S, Uycno. llio now Jun.inran
Consul General, who nrilved In thu
America Main recently, culled on tho
Governor this foienoon. He wns m-.
conipuiilul by K. Abe, tho Vice Con
sul. In behalf of Governor Fie.ir,
who Is ubseiit from town, Secretary
Mott-Smlth received tho distinguish
Consul General Uvcno's ollii-lul
boms ut the Consulate will bu Irom
1) a, m. to I p. m,
Dey REGISTER !
Sea Wrens! Sea Wrens!
It is very well to See a Wren, hut the
place to (?et one is at the CHARLES
D. WALKER'S BOAT and MACHINE
WORKS, KING ST., opposite SOUTH.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views. Flow
ers nnd Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
&j. wi'. , i. itJmMi)lfiif,itl:u..
u.rkMtt.itSi-kw. ui. ii.Atfsy