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kvkHino mniirriN, iioxolumj. t. ii., Monday, march ir, ioosi.
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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular.
All Uttlng tncmbcra of the
Order uro cordially Invited to
utteu.il meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ovety Monday evening it
7:30 la 1. O. O. T Hall. Fort Street.
i:. H. HKNDUY, Secretary.
V. D. WICKB, N 0.
All vUltlug brothers very cordially
OAHU I0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet every first and third Frl
liy evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner I'crt and Deretunla. Vlilttng
brothers cordluy Invited to attend.
V. n. NL'OUNT, C. C.
11. UOSLINO, K. 11. S.
HONOLULU I0D0E 010, B. P. 0. E.
Hondum Lodgo No. 810, 11. P. 0.
B., will m:ot In their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
ing. lly order of the B. R.:
liBNHY C. EASTON,
WS1; II. MclNERNY, K. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.o(P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evsnlng at 7:30 o'clock In 1C. ot V.
Hall, cor. Fort and lteretanta. Visit
log brothers cordl'tlly Invited to at
toud. r. m. Mcaunw, c. o.
E. A. JACOD3EN, K. ft. S,
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet on thn 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evonlngs ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hull, corner
Bcretanla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to nV
W. M M.COY. W , Prc.'t.
H. T. MOOItE. Qecy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. K. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day ot each month at Knights. ol
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
CJEO. SANDERSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a hos
of Lelmhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Street.
All kinds in rolls and soiati.
AMERICAN-HAWAHAN PAPBS i
SUPPLY CO,, LTD.
Fort and Uucen bts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr
Purest Flavor. Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
IJIsnk books of all sorts, ledgers, 185 editorial rooms y;j(i buil
etc , manufactured by tho Ilullotln ness office, These are the telephone
Publishing Company. ' numbers of the Bulletin ottlee.
H LOOK TO THE I
LOOK TO THE
We sell you a
plant food that
adds life and vij
or to Ferns, Vio
and Onus. This is
not an experiment
but a tried and
Hotel & Fort Sts.
i Palm Cafe,
, HOTEL NBAS UNION.
is written on every piece of
"1835" Silverware we sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee goes with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
At a Discount
are j'nxt as easy to get as-a good job
of painting at a cheap prie.v When
I do work I do it right not cheap.
Elite Bai'dinc Phon 307.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
B0!5T0N'BLDG., FORT ST.
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN. Proprietor.
For Blstilledu Water and Assorted
Soda Watei. delivered to ofSce and
residence, RING UP 557,
Arctic" Soda Water Works
1203 Miller St M. R. DE SA
ft Hotel & Fort Sts. A
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't let time, dust and cockroaches
destroy the value of unusual furni
ture; let a Dulls tin Want Ad sell
them tor you.
A clean aiiy means a healthy city.
You will always find your friends
at the Royal Annex. ,
lane your rarrisge or amomoDiie
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
Watches nnd lowolry left for repair
wllh thn laic Thonfss Lindsay uro at
M 11 Counter's.
1 you are looking for any nfyour
friends go to tho "Two Jacks" jud
) ou'll find tbem. , r
What about your bat! it's ilins'k
wus seen to, Call on tho Expert Hat
Cleaners, Work guaranteed, 1'ort
St. opp. Club Stables. ' ,
Tho dlvnifo enso of Moses Kauhl
innlni ngalnst Annlo Kauhlmnliu on
appeal from the Second Circuit Court
was Btihnihtrd to tho Supremo Court
Tho case ot Mary Charnian ct nt
against William Charninn on excep
tions from the Fifth Circuit Court was
argued nuil submitted this morning
before tho Supremo Court.
SHOPPING NEWS ,
U Mioy on Nuuanu street, has a
very flnu lino of slk llslu hoso which
ho Is sclllnR very low. They are very
neat Btylcs for men.
Kor your cholco table, ylnes and
liquors call and sec the assortment
offered by Thos. P. McTlRhe &, Co. on
Klnc street. A now wlno bitters that
they nro introducing Is having, a big
Wenlock stationery Is one of tho
fluent nnd most tasteful brands. Wo
hae It In I.awn, Irish Fabric, and I'op
lln. I'oplln Bells for GOc a lb,, tho en
velopes, 12C for i So. Oat & Mossman,
7(5 Merchant street.
What lo your children read? It will
pay to Rlvo them tho best books wlillo
they app forinlnk their Ideas and Ideas
of life. Drop In and see some of the
I new Juveniles at Jlrown & Lyon's
t.,.,.1,........ AAA A 1,1m.
For rent: furnished completely, nnd
near town, cottngn wllh two boil-rooms
for $40, unfurnished citlitKo cm Wil
der Ave., two bediootu, $35. nar
galns In the Mnklkl district nnd nt
Kalmukl for rale. "Waterhouso
LOGAN'S CALL IS ANSWERED
(Continued from Page 1)
time, the stranded ship had nRaln
rttlcd firmly In n now borth.
When tho towllnes wero nRaln rea
dy, the Cambrian Blurted her cnclnus,
Tho Iroquois, mndo fast alonRsldo t lie
I.oRnn, Rot under way, and tho twin
screws of the transport again started
Tho strain was terrific, and It look
ed as thnuRh the Logan must Hl
from the rocks or como to pieces, but
neither rock nor steel would Rlve.aud
for more than nn hour the heart
breaking strain, was kept up. All ot
the stolid determination of the peo
plo who built her was shown by tho
mighty Cambrian, but the coral reefs
hold tho Logan firmly In their Rrnsp,
Tho fact that four feet has been
gained In tho terrific tug-of-war
ugalpst Dnmo Nature has given hopo,
however, and tho omcerspl tho Cam
brian hopo to Ret tho I-iganfrom her
dnnKcrcus nerch beforo nlchtfall.
Twns while entering hp harbor
shortly after 7 o'clock Saturday nlghl
that tho J-ogan was piled up fon Dip
leef. Captain Saunders, one of tho
ojdest and most experienced pilots In
menu waters, was ni me ncim ai me
A drizzling rain was falling; as tbo
!oxnn entered tho hnrbor, and tho
lights yere not as readily seen, as un
der normal conditions. , However,
Captain Sanders Is.so thorougHly, con
versant wtli all tho crooks and shal
lows of thn Inner bar that none of
the ship's officers fcit tho least con
cern nuout the sarety of ttionlp, nor,
lu fact, did thoy glvo the matter a
moment's thought. , j( t
suddenly the hundreds ot eager
passengers, anxious to get aBhore,
felt a sudden thrill go through the
big ship. Conversation was stopped
unci everyono turneu to listen.
Then there was n grating sensa
tion the sepsatlon of a dentist's drill
on an .exposed (ncrvo, and, thn n,ext
Instant tho,, Logan stopped, wlh a
jolt Then tho veriest "landlubber"
aboard realized what had happened
tho ship was on the. rocks.
Eneines Stonned and Reversed
,jnsuiaux.-uia. .machinery.. was ,.re-.
-T" . . .- r. r. . . r i i
A Most Bxoellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana -Co.,
C2 Si KING ST, PHONE no,zToma "ook. and ngnlu tho tugs be
THE' BEST "riTTERS" IN 10WN. ea working.
JAPAN'S SHIPS COMING
YOKOHAMA, Japan, March 14.,- The .lap.inesc training tdilps Am
and Hoa, s.illed today for Honolulu.
The Japnnes'c training squadron comprising tho cruisers Ami 'and
Sojfa nro under Aijmlrn) InhlJI, nnd nro due to nrrlvo here nbout April 1.
Tho two vcssela were formerly Russian cruisers the Viirlng1 and ltaun
both of which were sunk In con Diets during tho Japnn-lttnwy) war,
and salved nflerward nnd added to tho nctlvctllst of the Japanese linpe-
rial, navy. Thq Varlng was suik off
the uayan nct liar fate at rort. Annur.
k COMBINE TO OPPOSE CANNON'
WASHINGTON, I), C, March H. InsurRcnt IlepulillcuiiH will com
bine with tho Democrats to fight His reelection .of'Cannon as Speaker to
morrow, nnd will make nn effort to overthrow Hie. rules' hciotofnre In
forco. Cannon secured the nomination from tho "Democratic caucus.
I m I s ' f
LOS ANGHLKS, Calif , March 1 4.. A special grnrid Jury will be oni
pnncled to Investigate the charges' pi'o,forredJigon'st Mayor Harper.
WASHINGTON, D 0, Mnrch 13.-r-Ircsldent Taft's advisers will won
be known as "tiie traelliiR Cabinet. Secretary 'of Wnr Dlcklnum Is
shortly to ro to Panama, Secretary HilllnRcr will ro to Alaska; Secretary
Meyer will ro to the Pacific Coast to .Inspect the Naval Stations at lire
tnertnn nnd Mn'rn lalnnd. and .Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Is roIur oti
a tour, of Inspection of the packing
MK'XICO CITY, Mexico, Marcfi 13, Assistant Secretary of Hlnlc
Gnmbcn has stated that Mexico will Join tho United Slnles In Interven
tion for tho preservation of peace In, Central America.
,i . r .
SERVIA PREPARES TO FIGHT .
1IBRMN, Oermayn, March 13.
gunpowder, and tins placed orders for, a million nntlscptlc bandaRo rolls.
Officials nrc pessimistic regarding the .outlook.
PARIS TELEGRAPH STRIKE ,
PARIS, Franco. March 13. A strko of tclcRrnphcrH cut off this city
front communication wllh tho rest of tho world for several hours. Tho
strikers dually resumed work..
WASHINGTON, I) C, March 13.
appointed Chief of the tlcncral Btaff.
versed and tho powerful twin screws
l , . .,,.' '. Iu .1.- ..-,(. .11-
reOVCU IIKC lUUlf HI liiu iiiniunin; - iiuamuu H inuv, utiu, o nuu ., ,.
rcctlon, churning the wntcr under thtj whole forco of her powerful en
tile Bhlp's stern Into a raging foam, glnes onto tho tow-lines there
'Twas useless, however, for tho Lo- were two stretched trom her stem
gnn was fast upon the reef. to tho Kigali sho listed way to
. The. sfilp grounded ns she was port.
headed Kwa, just before turning ma- ills'eyo glued on tho towllnes, I.t.
uka a, enter her destination at tho Comdr. Mmcs stood on the bridge of
Matson wharf. ln: the drizzle th the nnval tug. nnxlously. watching
lillot-'had inilstairn the .lights nnil.for somo sign thut wouM tell him,
had sent his vessel about fifty inrds
too far toward tho nuaranllno wharf,
As soon as it was realized that tho J
Logan coud not Ijo gotten off under,
her own power; tho alarm blast aws
sounded. Tho Mutton tug Intrepid
answered the summons and u lino
wns made fast.
ClimW Onto Reef Easily
So gradual was the action of the
vessel ns she climbed the reef that
none thought her stuck fust, nnd It
was believed that, as soon ns tho In
trepid could bo gotten Into action,
she would slip off Into deep water
Hut the hopo was, vain. Pull and
tugas shevvquld tho powerful little
tpwboat wns unnblo to budge the big
troopship nn inch. Hnally tho lu
jrepld returned to her mooring, to
wait until morning, high tide, and
tho .arrival of tho powerful station
tug, Iroquois, should ma,kq It possl
blo Jo, attack tho task with .renewed
dnorgy. ," ,
''A't-S o'clock yesterday morning, the
Iroquois swung out from her berth,
Lieut. Comdr. Moses on the bridge.
8hc proceeded to tho.sldo ot tho dis
tressed transport, and made a pitlr
ot lines fast to her stern. Tho In
trepid UkewlBo returned to work,
and a few minutes littor tho light
house tender Kukut ranged up nlonp
sldu the Logan,
Again lines wero made fast and
drawn taught, nnd ngan tho tug on
tho stern of thostrandcd bhlp was
resumed. It was Impossible to ac
complish anything, find as there was
not room enough for soma of tho
many craft to work, the Kukul re
turned to her moorings.
DfVer Makes Examination
Then a diver was sent far, and
shortly afterward, a helmeted figure,
looking not unlike sorijo unsightly
Bea mbjisier, sllp'ped over the side of,
a barge nnd disappeared beneath the
water, nea,r ,me Logans ruuuer.
After n lengthy Investigation, tho
dlyor rclurnod. (o thq surface ani
mado his report. Then the Iroquois
and Intrepid changed their position,
ftcaniUig shoreward 'bo as, to put the
pull on tho starboard sldo of tna
stranded steamer in the hope of pull
Ing her sldewlse from her rocky bed.
Llko giant draft horses the tugs
settled down to work and tho Iignn
Tow-Line Parts .From Strain
"Hang!" shot n report through
thn air, and it shower of spray told
that tho Intrcpld's JIno had parted,
Thq strain was Insfantly rcleascd.and
tHo Iroquois dropped nnchor, whllo
n new hawsor was passod from Iho
tugboat to the ship. ,
In u half-hour's time all was again
In readiness, up canto the Iroquois'
tjj,c harbor of Chemulpo, Koica, una
houses of the country.
Servla. Is placliiR InrRo orders for
CHIEF OF STAFF
-Mnjor General Hell has been re-
This tlmo tho Iroquois shifted her
...!, In ll.tln nwt na ul.n lli.flU'
that tho Herculean efforts Unit hi
ship wns making wero bearing, fruit.
Cralil Zip! Again the hawser
parted, nnd n clgiid of spray told
that tho Iroquois' linn' had followed
the lead of tho Intrepid,
Kukuijo the Rescue
Then tho Kukiil was ouro morii
summoned, nnd again nn eltort waa
'""' to Rt her'lpto action, rheio
.was not enough water to mal,o It
safe for her to maneuver very much,
however, nnd shortly after she 're
turned to her berth.
In tho meantime shore-boats nnd
launches wero reaping n rich har
vest, bringing ofllccrs and men ashore
from the troopship, Tho prospect of
spending another nlght'on board tho
stranded ship did not meet with the
approval of the soldiers, nnd every
boat that ranged alongside the trans
port came back loaded.
After another fruitless attempt at
dislodging the Lognn, tho tugs Rnvp
up tho Job, until high water should
mnko their task a little moro hope
ful. Br'itisners Offer Assistance
Captain Vaughn Lewes of tho Hrlt
Ish cruiser Cambrian sent n boat with
nn officer to tho Logan and Iroquois,
offering any service within his pow
er. Tho Lognn, ns Bho grounded, poked
her head well up onto the reef, nnd
yesterday morning small boys waded
out to the spot where the bow ot
of the troopship lay cocked up In the
nir, resting, with a greater or lesser
degree of comfort, op a bed of coral
rock. Ono of tho small boys was ac
companied by a little fox terrier,
which waded out to tho ship without
. SHOOTS HERSELF
Miss Itcrtlia Humble, who roomed
at the Klltc on Hotel street, shot her
self through the head yesterday morn
Ing nt about 9 o'clock. Tho unfortu
Mito woman had only engaged a room
three days ago, and seemed to ho suf
fering from Bomo mental trouble, Tho
wound, which was through tho head,
did not cnuse Instant death, but shott
1) after her reinoynl to the Queen's
Hospital tho woman expired. The
weapon used was n 22-cnllber revol
Yesterday morning Ml" Humblo
tnlfcd tho landlady, Mrs, Curry, Into
hor ro'iii nnd mado bohio statements
about hor troubles, Sho referred f re -
quontly In Attorney Mngoon as the
utithnr of her woirles. inn) said she
una tired of II Te mid meant to kill
lierBelf. Sho added that she had tried
to end It nil the night before, but tho
i . . .
J j IN FOREIGN PORTS
P Mcndav. March 15. 1009
3AN 1 llANCISCO Arrived Mar IS
I' S. A T TlmnitiH, heiHP Mar i.
10 n, lit., 8. 8,. Siberia, cum Mnr. 9.
SAN FRANCISCO- -Sailed Mar, l'3.
1 1 a. m., S, S. Alnim-du, for lion
SAN KltANyiSl'O -Sailed Mar. 14:
'i p. ni., S. S. fAirlluc, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Mar. HI:
S. 8. Mnni'hiirla, for Honolulu,
SHATTIjK Sailed Mac. H:
H. S. Ilvndes. for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA SaVed Mar. 11:
II, I J. M. S. Ami, for Honolulu.
II. I. J. M.S. Soya, for Honolulu.
ORAY8 IIARltOlt Sailed Mnr. 1.1:
Sclir. It. C. Searlc, Tor Honolulu.
llll.O Sailed Mar. 10:
T I'. EnilRh. for Sound.
PERFECT 'IIP, SAYS
PURSER' OF KOREA
The r.icMc Mall liner Ktfroa. Cap
tain Siinilborg, inlyod this lumping
from Snn 1'rancUco wllh n guoli-lzcd
llyst of passengers for hero and' Or-
lnetal ports. Shu brought !U3 hiqt of.
mall nnd 500 tout of freight for llu:r
lulu. Among tho pastengeri who arrive l
today, wore I.. 11.. Kerr, who Ioh been
on tho raliilnnd on business; W. II.
Hongs, 11 I". Knklii. W. It. Hume. I).
i. Van Dlno mid others.
Among tho. through pasfcopgers nrc
K. Tu'iiihnslil, fon of Iho prnlilent nf
tho Hank of Japan, rt'lurnlng fnuu
New York; IC. Siizuki, inorhrnlnl en
gineer of the Jupnneio (luwinniont.
who lull been Ftitdylug 111 forilitn
railway ryslcms In ICoropo nn 1 Hie
United SIiiIob; Wit Chung, sitietary
of tho ClitncM! I.egillini In WiipIiIiir
lonj Win. H. Alley, well known cip
Itnllst. traveling In compiny wllh his
wife In tho Orlei.t: Dr. I. T. Wntson.
n prominent phylel'in. iicrompiulcd
by Mrs. Watson, gvilng to Kobe, and
Tho Korea m.ido n rp'cndlil tilp
f I mil Hun KraneHco and tilt p:urcii
gers, nccordlng In I'lirifcr Allen wore
Iho lu'rt travelers that over sallo 1 In
Tho Koiva nails this aflorno'i'i at T,
SHORE LINE LOOKED
NEARER TO US"-
When soon (Ills molding on board
tho Logan by a Ilullotln luptirler.
Captain Saundels, who win In .charge
of Iho Lognn us pilot when tho r.m
aground, declined to mnko nny state
ment. II Is iindfrsliiod, howeer. lint
ho admits that tho nccldcnt was din
to a lulstuko of .his, and not to iin
trouble with tho steeling gear ot the
Capialu Stlimon. skipper of Iho Lu
ruii. mado the following slutrmcnt.
"1 was on thU brldg"i when the Log
nil grounded Cnplnln "Haimdeni wis
also nn llio bridge, piloting Iho ship
Into Iho liarlgp. Tho Qirir.mtlm
wharf tlwrcf (pointing; at the wharf)
looked much farther tlun It Is now.
Tho shore wb'arf npponii'd nearer lo
us, nnd, in fact, wo 'thought that w
wero on our tight com so The ulnlit
wns dm k ami tlwas mi nccldcnt."
lovolvcr would not nrt.
Mis. Cifrry.syniputhlzed with MM
Humble and left her. Ten minutes
ufterwnrds two shots wero hc.ird, fol
lowing ono unolher closclyi
Jack' McKiidduli, who rooms at tho
Klltc, heard tho shots and upon limb
ing thnt Miss ltumblo's dour was Inch
ed, at oiico notified the police. Th.'
transom hud to bo forced mid Iho olll
cers, on diluting found tho wnni.tu
lying on tho floor lth n revolver In
her hand, and n bullut wound In tho
center of her forehead.
A biindlo of letters wns dltcuvered
by Deputy Sheriff Hoso. There was
a note of directions asking that some
ot tho letters bu dollVBted at onco
ono In particular to Judge Do Holt 'be
lug mentioned. All tho lettciB Imllcat
rd that u determined offiirt to t'.iki
her life would 1m mndo.
Deputy Sheriff ltoso delivered sev
dial of tho letters, nnd thono wore pre
sentedfto tho Coroner'H Jury, whlrh
Inst night brought In n verdict of mil
Tho decca'scd luid been In bad
health fir many years nnd used mnr
phlllo to excess. Of lute years the
had earned her living nVn dri'sauvik-
er. Tho funeral will take place this
nfleilionn at 3 o'clock fiom the Wll
undei taking parlors.
i q; rr m i rt
' Oa W l'dlS, p LUU
IR.foot Motor Launch with 4.0vn-
Motor. $175, Comnlete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opp'"M'c South St.
Monday, March IB.
1' M 8 H. Koruii, Huin'liarB, from
S.iii l'lniirlsco IDs 15 n in
V. M. H. 8, Korea,
lap.in. C p. in.
SandbiTR, for .
l'er 8. S. Koie-l. fnim San Krnnels
on, Mmrh in. for llonoliilii: S. P.
Unrttey. A. I lllack, Mr. .tlt'n. 13,
llilglisiii, Miss M. .Ilrlglmni. II. 1'.
Cuklii. (J. H. Knx'in. II.' W. (Iruiiwnldl,
Jlis. II. W. (Irimwnldt. I. l I Irate
ninnii, W. H. Iligs. W. 1!. lliinii'. I..
II. Ken. nMrClnrtr. It. (1. '.oeds, MrK.
It. O. l-eedi, P. do S. Olhey. . H. Pal-nii-r.
3. N ltuckor, 8. Schwartz. Mls
It. Schwartz, D. I Van Dine. Oeo. II.
Wlghttnan, Mis. flen. II. Wlghtmati,
Miss Cl-ira I, Wlghtinnn. Mrs. Mlddok,
It. H. Nixon. .1. .1 Van Nostrum!, incli
ned II Collier, W. T. Hiring. Mrs. y.
T. r.lring, Warren KIsIiik. !'. W. I.ii-ik.
Mrs I'. W. Lucas I. 8. Liuk. Mm. 1'.
S, I.nsk. .1. II. WMhur, Mrs .1. II. Wil
bur, l'or Ykolmiia: Win II. Alley.
WILL BE IN
AT NOON NEXT
Wednesday nt noon tho llllon-
l.in will nriho.horo. Cnsllo &
f Cooko, Ilawiillan ngenls for tho
Matson Navigation Company,
thlr, monilng locolvvil tho follow-
log wireless fiom (ho ship:
f "Light i-nst winds, se.i unoolli
mid vonthor lino. Twenty two
p.is-ougers, 127 lgs r iiuill, -
:5n tons nf general c-irgo ninl
Wells-l'urgii oxpruiri. In WoiK
-- -t--- --- -- 't-f-'
Manager Ad him nf
t who ji iilMi imil jsiiuen Uoi for t-
his (HSli'lel. hrlitgV wnr fnntiwii v-
thiH monilng that tho .Halriiu
brlJge Is waihed out mid Iho
f inmid-the-lsJaiiil mad h In no t
f f-onditliiii to mnko tho trip -in nl-
tnicllvu ono for niitiimn'illr-.t.
- Thoio nro waihoiils -ijl along -t-
the line In the vlclnlly of Kulioim
f end beond. liiaklug It Impni-
,hiblo fur nil ii'ituinoliile I 'i liiakc r
f'V 4- t- tHt'Htttt
THE HAIKU RIOTS
Chlda, n .liip'inesc, who was con-vh-ti
il many joins ngo for pailiclp.it
Ing lu Hi" Kiiliukii rloty' nnd who
was sunteifced lo tell years' iiuprlbuu-
ineiil nt that llmi', l iliidi'r .iriesl
nt the police station on n cliargu of
The mini wus paidoiicd by tho llov-
eiuor al.oiit one .eir ago, nuil has
slniu been working steadily nt his
truilo as n I'tiipenter. Duilug IiIm
term in prison ho was made, u tiusiy
nnd was nlwnjs u well-behaved itinii..
The matter Is being Investigated by
the chief of detectives.
FROM NEW ZEALAND
With 'lHOll tons of conl in her hold
for Ihu Naval Station heie, the 111 II-
luh stepmer Komaiiu, Cnptuln J. It.
Stringer, arrived today from West
Pent, Now Zealand, nnd docked nt
tho Nuyal wharf, where Bho will illu
Her olftccrs nto ns follows: Cap
tain J. Jt. Strlnker, First Officer !'.
Hilton, Second blflcer (1. P. Uviuis,
Chief Hnglticer W. Wright, Hecouil
CtiRliiror D. Miller, Third Officer V.
Deputy Attorney (lencrul Whitney
this iifternoon nppenied bofoio the
Connpltteo oftho Wholo or the Sen
ate tif'vxplnfn Senate Hill No. S, trl
atle to the pmpojcd pilmary law.
On motion of Coelliu, the Seiuilo,
through Its lemporiiry ihulimnti,
KuuiUcii, assigned fporlal teals l
Soualor Dlrkey nnd Dr. Scudder, rep
leiuntliig tho Civic Federation; .lohu
Kmmoluth mid Sam Kelllnul. ouio
menibera cf tho Leglsl.ituro; and
Matur reVn. Tho members thon tool;
up tho conslderntlnu of the bill tec
tlnu by. bectlon.