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EVENING IlULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21, 1008.
Lcahl Chapter No. C Regular.
Honolulu Commandery Order
Hawaiian Second Dejree.
All visiting motnbera of the
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meetings of. local lodges
HARMONY IODOE, Ko. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. 0. O. r. Hall, Fort Street.
13. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
1JEN. T. VICKKUS, N. a.
All visiting brothers very cprdlally
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesdny
vt each month nt 7:30 p. in. at K. 1.
Hall, corner Tort nnd Hetrtanla Stt.
Visiting Urolhers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. C,
P. WALDRON, K. of R. & S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl-
day evening nt 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner I'crt and Deretanla. Vliltlnc
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
V. II. DEER1NO, CO..
JA3. W. WHITK, K.R.3.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. B.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, D. P. O.
K., will meet in their hall on Kins
near Tort Street every Friday even
ing. Ily order ot the E. It.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
VVM. H. McINERNY, E. R.
Wm. M'KIHLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
veiling nt 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Noretaula. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRA2EB, C.C.,
H. A. JACOI1SON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AEIilE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WHD
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Hall, cornor
Uerctnnla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles nre Invited to nt
tend. IV. L. FRAZED, V Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBENo. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Sleets evory first nnd third Thurs
days ot each month at Knight ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. H. ARLEIOIJ, Bachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orpheura Attendants.
lit Door Waikiki of Central Firo Stn.
Waverlcy Buildinp, Bethel St.
Tenons! Attention Given to Cniiine
and Table Service at All Hoars. Best
Meals at Reasonable Frioes.
CHARLES H. EICHLER, Prop.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
257 Beretania St. Phone 1491.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
S. TAT AN I
Emma St. near Beretania.
HF"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
ni ,-vL-iVL2iiK)ku ' mX;. ..4,.. ,&.-,,i.A$ikadbJ.'W ''.; i .. w..V.,L
Poor llttlo fellow! IlVcooghs
so hard ho cannot sleep. That
makes him weak and sickly all the
next day. His brother thinks this
coughing is terrible. So do we, for
we know that just a few doses of
will stop tho cough. Forslxtyyears
it has been tho standard remedy
with men, women, and children for
colds, coughs, and all throat and
lung diseases. It contains no nar
cotic or poison of any kind. Be sure
that yon get Aycr's Cherry Pec
toral. Accept no cheap and worth
Prif ir.4 ty Dr. J. C, Ar C. tntlt Mm., U, t. A,
j Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
The only proper paint for
all exposed wood end metal
It comes in four standard
colon and makes an ideal
paint for protective purposes.
Not affected by acids or al
kalies. Does not fade or flake.
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDCJ., FORT ST.
You Want Electric Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Eattenes, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
69 Beretania St. Phone 31S.
Wing Wo Ta! & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
EDGBW0R7H aru QB0ID Tobacco!
The only two eood smoking
Tobaccos to the Market.
an MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
R. .MIYATA & CO., -
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN.
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Sccond Hand' Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold. '
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
Tho Weekly Edition of tht Evening
Oullitln gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If vou have a 'Real want a Bul
letin Want Ad. will All it.
Thin-low's for a lunch or dinner,
(let your lunch at tho New England
Bakery, Hotel street.
Marston Campbell will taKe iiecia-
matlon Expert Newell on h Mult to
Nuiinnu Dam this afternoon.
Homo of tho old Hawaiian predict
that Prank Harvey. Chns. ,1. Ilrnad
and Sunday Qulnn will ho elected on
Sam Knuhnnc, who camo down je
terday In tho Maul, wild that Sheriff
Kcolaut's chances of winning on elec
tion day ro fair.
On Installments of 13 per month you
can purchase a Whllo Family Rotary
sewing machine. Denny ft Co.. Ltd.;
agents, 1290 Fort St. Thone 488.
Georgo II. Kalrchiid, cniuiidnio tor
Senator from Knual, lias sent In hlfl
resignation ns n member of tho Hoard
of Liquor Commissioners to Governor
Link McCnnillow, Democratic can
dldnlu for Dclcgnlo to Congress, re
turned this morning from Knuat,
whero ho hns been touring and speak
ing nt various places.
Nominations are coming In slowly to
the Secretary of the Territory and, ns
the time for receding these closes at
(i o'clock Snttirday, ft behooves the
candidates to get busy
The famous Wynne murder trial will
bo started tomorrow beforo Judge
Dole. All of tho witnesses will be
here by Friday, some of them coming
from tho Const on tJio Alameda.
A complete wireless outfit to put the
stntlon on Molokat Into working order,
was shipped from hero last night. Tho
work of refitting tho stntlon Is being
lushed along ns rapidly as possible.
Expert Isbell of tho Wireless Tele
graph Co., who camo Into contnet with
a r0,000-filt ciincnt nt his stntlon at
Kahukti last week. Is recovering from
the effects of tho shock. Ho will prnli
ably return to his pool noxt Friday.
Tho pieces of apparatus needed to
complete tho equipment of tho wireless
stntloiMkUKaliukti will arrive here Fri
day1 on tho Alameda. As soon as tho
apparatus nrrlvcB It will bo Installed
and tho range of work nt the stntlon
will bo greatly Increased In conse
quence. DOLE ACTED ON HEARSAY
(Continued from Psze 1)
TO Silt. CHII.I.INaWOIlTH Oil ANY
ONE ELSE ANY PROPOSITION OF
MAKING MONEY OUT OF LAV
UREAKEIIS AND THOSE ACCUSED
OF CRIME I1Y A COMIIINAT10N
WITH THE POLICE DEPARTMENT,
or WITH ANY ONE ELSE, or ANY
PROPOSITION OR SUGGESTION OF
THAT CHARACTER IN ANY RE
For nearly three years I had al
most tho cntlro chargo of tho prose
cution of offenses against tho Terri
tory In tho Circuit and Supremo
Courts. Had I wished to make mon
ey by uny connivance with criminals
It lay within my power to do so with
out (ho assistance of Mr. Chilling-
worth or Mr. llrown or tho Pollca
Department. Entire confidence wail
reposed In me by Mr. Dole, the At
torney General, and that confidence.
was never In nny wny abused by nic.
As 1 have said. I had en tiro charge of
tho prosecution of offenders. Thn
record of convictions will show thnt
I was n diligent nnd nctlvo prosecu
tor; and that tho ratio nt convictions
was higher than nt any time while
tho Attorney General's Department
was conducting criminal prosecu
tions. I may add these convictions
wero obtained under the most ad
J NO. W. CATHCART.
A BADm BLUNDER,
She: Cook hns given notice. He:
Why? 8ho: Sho says you spoke In n
brutal manner to her on the tele
phono yesterday. H.: Yesterday! I
thought I was speaking tn you!
LIFE IN CAMP
Dreaming, he lay beneath thn stara
Until the crimson of tho dawning,
Hut when tho sun got In Its work,
Ho crawled beneath the awning.
THE REAL THING
Llttlo Willie: Say, par what's a
force pump?' Ia: An Iriqulry at po
llco headquarter, my son.
GETTING AT THE FACTS
"Say-,, paw,'' queried small-Tommy
Toddles, who was perusing a book1 of
proverbs, "Is It true that barking
dogs do not bite?" "I never knew
one to bite while ho was barking,"
answered Toddles, Sr.
Hubby: This' W 'Isn't anything
Hlco my mother used to make. Wife:
I'm sorry, dear. Hubby: I'm not;
It was her pastry that put mo In the
185 editorial rooms 256 bu'
nets' office. These a're'-tha'ntw tel
tnhone numbers of (h Bulletin offtea.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
82 S. KING ST. f ' '' PHOffE B5U
THE BEST "nTTEES','IN,I0WN.
NEW YORK, N Y Oct. 20. There was n great IJrynn meeting
under Tnmninny auspices tonight, nt which rx-Sccrctarlcs Francis, Har
mon, nnd Herbert, three former mombcrs of Cleveland's Cabinet, spoUo
to ten thousand people on tho Issues of the campaign.
PARKKH8Ht'RO, W. Vn Oct. 20. Mr. Tuft hns cofnpleled his po
litical tour of West Virginia.
' MURDERED BY
UNION CITY, Tcnn., Oct. 20.
attorneys, were murdorcd today by
n company which the lawyers promoted. The Inhabitants demand that
the Grand Jury Investigation of the
TOKIO, Japan, Oct. 21. Tho Americans were busy yesterday attend
ing countless entertainments. Today there will be a garden party glcn
by Admiral Togo, nnd this evening Minister Kntsurn will giro n dinner
and n ball. The sailors aro making no trouble nshoic.
m i i
NAGASAKI, Japan, Oct. 20. The II. S. transport lluford has been
detained In this port because of the death of n soldier on board from
Says His Indiscretions.
Do Not Affect His
Sheriff InuUcn made his first pollt-j
leal speech from the soap box today.
Tho attendance was large. Almost
all tho candidates on the Republican
and Democratic tickets were present
and paid special attention to tho i"''b "'. "' "
speech. Inukeasald: onlcicd to c-iinmence tho voyage
"Friends, I stand here on the ip" ,,,c,Jar'fl' . , ,
box today to .peak to you what I , Ucforc the California had gotten
think of soap. It contains good sub- r'eiir " , '" harf. ho other cruls
stances. It cleanses nnd purifies "" with the exception of tho leu
things. It is cleansing and renovnt- n"8"- A,Inil Swnburne k flagship
ing. This npplles nlso to politics. cft "'clr ,lo;s "" rolIowcd ,lcr out
The present administration of police lnt tho re.nn.
affair, under me has been clean. Mor-. , T"e, 6filtlr" '" "a n.1 ,a"
ally tho town has been cleaned and TcIlor ln "' """ "t" " " clo
all kind, of Inw-breaklng have been "morrow morning, when they will
stopped. Such was not tho case In .'' Jolllc' 'V"" tt ','" '! the de
tho former police administration. It "w n" '" "wI wl , ,,PKl" l,,
was altogether different. ",,lBf' , T,,c S"ln" wl" """""
if , i,. ir.,n ihi n,n ,.f thn H'e destrc.yeis out of tho harbor.
Democratic candidates who have nil-",
ed omccs under my administration
have been displeased on account ni s(m8i nu.y wcrc (, tiegin moving to
"tholV I fc'f Ing (Hscbarged from their! day. Tho California was tho tlrst to
poniilonstln tlioT pollen, department, leao. tho Washington following n few
but in order to carry out tho duties
f the fifllce successfully It was nec
essary to make certain changes.
'Olvo tho Democrats n chance In
prtno that they nro worthy of your
concldcratlon. Take for Instance, Mr.
Trent, who did good work In his onlco.
What has ho' dono t" hurt your feel
Ings? Take, for Instance, my case. I
havn ilono much towards cleunlng tho
town. It Is hardly posslblo for you
now to rcnllzo all tho kinds of law
brcnklng, which were prevalent be
fore. Tho Democrats. If elected to office,'
will provo to you that they can do bet
ter than tho Republicans who havo
held and practically controlled tho ad
ministration for many years. I stand
here beforo you. Independent of nny
political adulations. Thero nro threo
of us In tho field, running for tho of
fice of Sheriff, nnd while I have noth
ing to say about tho other two chndi
dates, I bay that I haVo liono my bcBt
In tho past and It elected again on tho
3rd of November, I nssure you that I
will perform tho duties of my ofllco
faithfully and well. I mny hnvo ticen
Indiscreet in tho' past; but what has
Indiscretion got to do with my affairs?
I stand hero ready to carry out tho
duties of tho office required ot mo by
While laukea was addressing tho
noon-hour crowd, Mnhoe, n well known
character of Honolulu, contradicted
certain statements of tho speaker. Ma-
noo stated that-ho would not voto for
tho Democrats, as ho was ton good n
Republican tn follow tho ndviso of tho
speaker to voto tho Democratic ticket.
ASKED AND ANSWERED
"What hind bf li table do you
set?" wrote the city chap to an old
farmer wh6 had advertised for sum
mer boarders. "Quartcroak exten
sion," enmo tho reply by return mail.
Milkman: That's n curious milk
pall of yours. "Lady:" will, it Isn't
as curious as this' pate rmilk of yours.
1 m aai 1
WHEREIN THEY DIFFER
(i. W. owned a hatchet amall,
And couldn't toll n Ho;
Hut tho chap with n hammer
Of tho truth Is often shy.
Mrs. flreen! Bid yOuhave n bam
dance down at your house the othor
day? Mrs. Ilitone: No: "barn"
ceeiiis so crude. We called It a "gnr
CAUSE OF TROUBLE
"You mustn't on tho platform stand,"
Sn tho street-car notlco goes;
Theieforo, n man Is simply forred
Tn stand on other people's toes.
The Weekly EoMtlon of tho Evening
Bulletin glvse a complete summary of
the news of the day, ' .'"
NIGHT - RIDERS
Quentln llnnkln nipl It. 7.. Taylor,
night - riders ns n result "of friction In
crime bo guarded by mllltla.
ON THE BUF0RD
CRUISERS SHIFT TO
THE OUTER HARBOR
Flagship Tennessee Is
Only Vessel At
At 1 : 25 o'clock this afternoon, flic
" S. 8- California cast off her shore
""C8 nd mn1,If (or "c .V,1"' wh,cro
' ,e l" "" lmc wllen
u,e ""icr "auadron. nnd tho nccom-
,,, flllhn,,(1 tlkR 0n their provl-
The last liberty party will Icnw for
the ships this nfteinooii li. melt lir.ie
ns shall make it possible) for them to
report nt 4 o'clock. All day today thn
patrol was kept busy hunting up men
who, In tho enjoyment of tho Mghts
of the city, hml lost track of time and
broken liberty. Many of them wore
found but others did not turn up. The
pntrnl will continue In thu search un
til the ships sail.
Tho flagship Tennessee will not
leave her dock until shortly beforo the
Hint set for tho dcpartuio of tho
squadron tomorrow. Tho arrangement
was nccessa'ry beciuso tho piesenco or
tho udmlral on shorn Is required until
the last mlnure.
6427 VOTERS IN
There nro lfiO Chtneso voters In the
Fourth and Fifth Dish lets, uncording
to tho list of stntlstlcs that havo been
prepared by Chief Clerk Conkllng. Tho
votfru according to their nationalities
aro as follows:
4th Dls. 5th Dls.
Hawaiian mil 2383
American 9ji 317
Uiltlsh 253 98
Portuguese 245 175
Chinese) 42 118
German 90 37
Others r,9 37
This makes a total or 6427 Miters in
the two districts.
TU CHARUE HUYA8HI
Chief of Detectives Knlnkloln thlj
morning stntod Hint .10 Intended to
place 11 chnrgo of assault vflh IntcnL
to murder against Huynshl, the Jap
anese who wis employed by tho
noaes, and who Is believed by Mrs.
llodo to bo tho man who nssaullid
Gloat Ilrltaln Imports nbout $140,
ooo.oou worth of timber, wood, and
manufactiircs thcreor yearly, nt
which the United Slntes (supplies
about $22tO0O,000 worth.
3y"For Sale" crd at Bulletin.
made bv US will alwavs he TtlflWT
if care and !ki(l can make them 10.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
.Wednesday, October 21.
PAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. 21:
S. 8. Nlcoiiiedia, heneo Oct. 1 1.
Wednesday, Oct. SI.
Temperatures 0 a. m., 74; 8 a. in.,
77; 10 a. m., 79; noon, SO; morning
Rarometer, 8 n. m., 29.98; nbsoluto
humidity, 8 n. in., fi.I7n gmlns per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
l2 per cent; dew point, 8 u. in., fi3.
Wlnd-t-G n. m., velocity 9, direction
N. IC; 8 n. m velocity 1.1, direction
N. K.; 10 n. in., velocity ifi, direction
K.; noon, eloclty 13, direction 8. n.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 n.
ni .00 Inch.
Totnl wind movement dmlng 24
hours ended nt noon, 203 miles.
Section Director. Weather Bureau.
Water Famine There
Has Not Abated To
While on tho Inland of Maul with
the Governor's party. Superintendent
of Public Works Mnrston Campbell
looked Into the matter of the water
fnmlno ln tho Kttla district very ex
tensively, nnd ho has found out to his
entire satisfaction that conditions
thcie nro every bit ns bad as they
have been painted.
However, Mr. Campbell states that
ho vory greatly appreciates tho action
of the Count) nf .Maul when It appro
priated tho sum of SIOOO for the icllef
of thnt place. The Department of
Public Works has no money that can
bo spent tn tho relief of the residents
of tho Kula district, and had It not
been for the action o fthe Supervisors
on Maul, nil action nnd relief must
have been deferred until the meeting
of tho Legislature, when tho matter
would havo had to go before It ns a
At picsent tho residents aro depend
ing onVnter from tho Pollpoll springs,
nml tho nuinunl that can bo secured
here Is cntlicly liisufllclciil for domest
ic, purposes nlone. Tho conditions In
tho Kula district wero nlmoBt bejond
belief, during the drought. The peo
ple, it Is said, did not have ecu suf
Ilclcnt water tn wash themselves. At
present surveys hao been completed
for the work of bilnglug water for do
mestic purposes to Kula. but tho mat.
tor of securing enough for Irrigation
purposes Is one that hns yet to bo set
tled. WILL GIVE CATHCART CHANCE
(Coatinncd from Pare li
called in. Ho remained with tho
committee only n short time, nnd ut
ter he hud left the committee delib
erated only for u row minutes, where
upon It adjourned, authorizing Cas
tin to make an official statement of
what had taken place.
Yesterday nftcrnonii nt tho meet
ing of tho Republican candidates thu
Calhciirt matter was discussed, but
no action was taken. It Is reported
by homo of thoso who attended tho
meeting that thero was (oiiBldciablu
hentluicnl to the effect thnt Cnth-
cart's candidacy was endangering tho
rcBt of tho ticket, though Joo Cohen,
Kamanoiilu, nnd Ll. Qulnn nre re
ported to hnvo expressed their Inten
tion ftj stay by Cnthcart ns long ns
ho stayed on tho ticket. The matter
was fliiHlly left In tho hands of Vice
Chairman Chllllngworth nnd the
Central Committee, It being tho
opinion of tho County Committee
lenders that. In caso nny action
bhould be tnken In tho Cnthcart mat
ter, It Bhould be taken In tho same
mnnner ns was done in tho case nt
Tho Kxccutivo Committee of the
Contrnl Committee, consisting of F.
W. Macfnrlnnc, T. J. King, nnd Fcr
nnndez, to handle tho Cnthcart mat
ter. Tho two first mentioned mem
bers of this commltteo this morning
had a long cnusultntlon with Cath
cart, ufter which they wero clo?otcd
with Chairman Judd ot the County
Committee. Later on Cathcart had
an Interview with Judd, nnd Judd
nnd von Holt had n conference with
Chllllngworth. Tho day was, on tho
whole, one of conferences, nnd ru
mors of all kinds wore llfo.
One report, which gained many be
lievers, was to tl)e effect that whllo
Kane and Chllllngworth might not
hnvo started the charges against
Cathcart, they wem now piofltlu:; by
them with all their might, their ob
ject being tn get Cnt'hcait off the
ticket In onler that Carlos Long
might havo 1111 easy road to victory.
Tho gist or most of the lcpnrts
was that whon the Central Commit
tee met this afternoon the sub-coin-mitten
would icpott In fiunr of oust
ing CajliMit fioin the ticket The'
names which the lenders had lu mind
as possibilities as candidates for tho
County Attorneyship wero those ot
o F& 5 fr 3 B rit.
8 a 3 k ?s tf f t &
a- m. II, n m. , n p m RUr
111 (I M 1.4' 1 m' n " t 0 '''.' I I
p nt , II.
VO II si 1.1 1 i T .11 o-il Afj'J -" l",
. A 1 sii'm I M 7 to 1 fl l ! "
II' I I
jj -im 1.1 jh s 10 son mirSlv a i'J
a.nt.t 1, m I I
SI J in . i .i 12 s .VI 11 nil n ", I M
31 a 111.11 3 0! II III 7-.1 (1 CH.1W S'."l
a a it 1.7 s ,tv 9 w 10 1 ec s . J
I I. M
New moon Oct. 21 nt 8:23 p. 111.
Hawaiian standard time is lu huura
30 minutes slowor than Greenwich
tlmo, being that ot th? meridian ot 167
legrees 30 minutes TLo time whistle
blpws at 1:30 p. m., which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 houro 0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon are for local time Tor vha
Weiinesuny, uciiiner -
Stmr. Klnau, Gregory, fiom Kauai
ports, 11. m.
' ... . . .. . .. .,
Per Stmr. Klnau, Gregory, from
Kauai, Oct. 21. Mrs. Rauhunianunn.
Miss Iloll, Rev. J. P. Jndd, Mrs. Nu
kiilnn, Rev. W. II. Olsen, Miss Kulit
Morsmnii, Miss K. Knhnlunac, Mls
Kuhlman, H. llusch, A. S. Wilcox and
wife. Mrs. Georgo Do I.n Vergne, Miss
Kmnia Kline, Georgo Law. D. Honlcliu.
I,. I.. McCandlcss, A. F. Wakefield, A.
.M. Mollason and 48 deck passengers.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Honolulu. T. II.. Oct. 20, 1908.
Hllo Ray. Hawaii Island, pnKo 12.
Cocoanut Island Reef lluoy, 2, a 2l ,
class spar, will be established en r
about October 22, 19(18, lu about VJ
feet of water, (0 mark 11 rock on thn
westerly side or Cocoanut Island, bear
ings approximate: lllondo Iteef South
erly End lluoy. 5, 345 dog. 5fi mill. (N.
by W. 1-4 W.) 5-12 mile; Pnuka.i Point
Light. 323 deg. 20 mill (NW. 3-4 M
2 1-4 miles; Cocoanut Point Light, ISH
deg. 19 mill. (WSW. 1-4 W.) 7-S mile.
On or nbont the same date Cociiuiitir
Island Reed lluoy, 2, 11 2d-clasu mm,
will bo renumbered "4."
Dy order ot the Light-House llnaid.
STANFORD 15. MOSl'.H.
I.lcut.-Comdr., U, S. N., assistant In
tho Inspector. 12th L. D. Dl.ilrlcl.
THE WORK OF rejuvenating tho
buoys which mark tho channels In tho
harbor Is going on steadily. This morn
ing thoro 'were cloven laid up on the
luter-lsbind Steam Nnvlg.itlou Com
pany's wharf, either walling for altun- '
tlon or lecelvlng coats uf paint,
TIIK HARKKN'TINi: IrniKJid. sev
enteen ilu) a out from San Francisco,
camo Into the Inner harbor this niter
noon nt 2 o'clock. Thn vessel carried
7."o tons or freight, general mcreiiiin- r,
illso, consigned to F. A. Schaefer &.
TIIK STIiAMKR KI111111 armed hero
this mottling from Kauai with freight
nnd passengers. The officers report
that delightful weather was exper
ienced on tho trip.
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., who will
en(er tho employ or tho Hnrtford Car
pet company, lslted thn plant of tho
company at Hattford, Conn., recently
ns Iho guest or A. D. Hlgglns, presi
dent or tho concern, nnd looked oor
Judgo liolc's touit:
U. S. vs. Wynne; trial.
Judgo Lindsay': court:
Ltm Kam vs. Klin Wock.
Judgo Robinson's court:
Nothing set. .
Judge Dc Holt's court:
Abojit this time next year soma
Central African village will be wear
ing Oyster liny's halo. Washington
General Jacob S. Coxcy bus Invent
ed n power-saving motor, and thiK'H
better than leading nn urmy of ho
boes, even If the motor doesn't work,
$? v 4- ? .y ? $ -I' ? 'v X t- J- ? -j
Deputy Attorney General Whitney,
W. Tr Rawllin, and Klla Long.
In connection with tho Cnthcart mat
ter tin? Central Commltteo sent tho
following letter to tho Advertiser:
1 Honolulu, T. II., October 19, inns.
Waller O, Smith, Esq,, Editor Adver
Sir: In Juillco to the Executive
Committee of tho Republican Central
Committee, and tn Mr. John W. Cath
cart. Republican capdldatb for County
Attorney, will you please publish In
youi' next Issue, each nnd every chat go
you hnvo now pending against Mr.
Vciy liuly ynuis,
A. D. CASTRO,
Seeietniy, Central Coimnltleo.
Tho Advertiser refused 10 grant IliU
Sea Wrens! Sea Wrens!
It is very well to See a Wren, but the
place to Ret out is at tho CHARLES
D. WALKER'S BOAT and MAnHTKTP
WORKS, KING ST., opposite SOUTH.
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