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BVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, AUQ. 10, 1909.
Lealil Chapter No. 2 RenuW.
Honolulu Commandery Order
of the Temple.
Hawaiian Lodne Social Ses
sion. HA'I UUtlAV
All visiting members o( the
Order ure ctdlully Invited to
Atttnd ineeUut,s u( local lodges
ttAltilONY LOME, Wo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F
Metis every lioudny evening t
r:30 (u I 0. O F llnll, rati Street
II. II. HENDRY, SecioUry
1 D. W1CKE, U. U.
All visiting hrotlitrn ry curdlalU
0ABU LOME, No. 1, K. of t
UcU ertr tlrut und third Frl
lay cvoulu at 7 30 In K. ot P. Hall
comer foil and Ucretunla. VUitint
brother? :o dlul Invited to attend
J- I. NUGENT, C. C.
K iiOdLl.NO. K. U. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIO, B. P. O
Elks, meet In their ball, on King
Street, nejr J'oit, every Friday even
Ins. Visiting Urothers are cordlall)
Invited to attend
E. A LnjUUlirT, E. II.
II. C IJASION, Sec'y.
ffa 1TK1NLEY LODGE No.8, Kofi?.
Meets every ud und 4th Baturduj
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of l
Hall, cor. Fori and Doretanla. Visit
Ins brothers cordially Invited to at
F. M. McQREW. C. C.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. It. 8
I0N0LULU AERIE 140, F.' 0. S
Meets on (he 2nd and 4th WKD
HESDAY evenings of each uontb a
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corn1
pretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. M. McCOY, V., Prest.
H T MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, l! 0. B. M.
MeotB every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythlaa Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially IntJtcd to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. ot It.
jgmawwnwur nm n a
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind jou
Lehnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sts.
MRS. BOSEUBERG.YOUNG HOTEL
At All Watebdealer.
A Rent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and IT'ICI Sts.. Honolulu
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Buildlnc Fort St.
Bulletin Business Offlce Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185,
It Will Par You
When in heed of a medicine
to tone up the system, aid
digestion, promote sound
sleep, keep the appetite nor
mal and the bowels open, to
try a bottle of
You'll brkc that it is the
finest medicine you ever took.
Then don't delay. It is for
Djspcpsia, Indigestion, Bloat
ing, Biliousness, Kidney Ills,
Insomnia- Nervousness, and
Malarin, Fever and Apie.
1 ui Mini . UeiiDuii, dinlth ti Co.,
Ltd ; Hollltter Drug Co., Ltd.:
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.: Hllo D'ug
Co ; nnd at all Wholesale Liquor
GEArtY STREEr ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEl ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN Sl.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A OAY DP
A ne down town hotel. Still ind
brick structure. Furnished il i cost ot
$150,000. Etirj comfort and continl
ence. On cir lines transferrins to til
puts ol city. Omnibus rniits id (rain
and steameri .
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevei
pvR. T. FELIX GOLRAUD'S ORIENTAL
- CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUUFfER
ptm"Tfi Ttn, rimLl,
t rrcklta, Moth litclien,
lUib, nl MMb Dltrwta,
hi tftry DiFtniait
ill arittiinn ll
lM stonl Ifaa Itti
u( m ttart, nan
I i riarnit
tatttu btiuri I
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It ll vt aimlUi
I 57T i -75?, t f I hut ft ii'd to
wut tin lb J.
J4iuriiinl' f'rriinift tbt vA hattnful ft l tbfc
ktu I rrprt'ion ' I- r ulo tr k'l anwcioit aM,d fcncf
luoda iKaicr in list Ubltcd btiW, Cauda Md Eutol
"LB3. T. HOP JJ3S, Frco, 3 Li ut J:n S'jett New To
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SUBQE0N.
Office with Dr. 0. B. Wood, 1G6 Bere-
tania Street. '
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4
p. m., 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.
Telephone Office 24; Residence 1460
)avid A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Buildintr. Phone 055.
Cm Dig Ci for ttaDkiortl
dUcbtrf tt, nflmmtloDi,
JrriUtloDi or ulcfrationl
of rnafloni mimtiriot
ravinleii, tod not utrtoi
Mo!4 by Pmmtoffle'i
Circular mdi ia rtaoW.
V A. Kinney leaves for Kauai this
evening to bo gone for about threQ
cck3 nnd will tako a needed rest
f i oni tho onerous duties that fell to
his lot In connection with tho prosecu
tion of tho consphucy cases.
Mr, Kinney will spend niobt of his
time at McDrydo plantation. Ho
states that tho condition of tho plantn
Hon at tho prosuiit llnio Is much bet
tor than nt any tlnio In tho past and
that Its eoittaual progicss Is a cer
talnty. TO VISJTJAPAA
Marston Campbell will bo a passen
ger on the W. O- Hall this evenlug
going to Knual to Join Lelghton and
Mcndcnhnll, tho hydrographers, and
dovernor Trenr, wlio aro now oil the
Mr Campbell btatod this morning
that ho would mako a trip over tho
public lands and particularly tho Ka
paa section, thu futo of which has
1 1 ) a I nu Important part In tho land
policy of tho Territorial government.
Smli'o of the coniplalnt In the ac
tion to quiet title, entitled Ilebecca
l.nkn.i . I.olka Maneso and others.
was letmuod )tstoiilay, Homo of tho
loipomlojits llvo outside the Territory
and it took sovcial mouths to get ser
vlco cm ull of them.
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r7.Brut,.,.t I'.utuir , rj.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nlcktl Scratch fad for sale
at the Bulletin oMca for five cents,
Is one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six or a
Oct your hat cleaned ot Iho Loading
slat Cleaner, lfM'tarTitreeU " ,
Anchor Baloon, King and Nuuanu
strools, is headquarters for Jak
ashore thego days. Monty, Montgom-
try manager. ,
Deputy Collector Waller Doylo and
Ilcienuo Agent Thomas left. )oflterday,
.for Hawaii on special business con
nected with their ofrfec.
Kor tho heneflt of their oar fund,
'the Myrtle Iloat Club will gtvo one ot
their iiopular dances at tho clubhouse
on Iho o filing of Augusl 27.
' "A public band concert will bo given
nt tho I'luiisanton this evening. Ev
er) body Is cordially !nlted to attend
and chairs will bo provided for nil,
I Tho luau In honor of Hon. M. II. Do
Young was given at tho homo, ot J.
W. I McUulrc, und not nt tho rpl
denco ot Cecil Drown, as stated In a
Threo Jnpaneso bearing tho names
of Mago, Morlkawa and Sleyokawa
hnvo boon urrestcd by tho federal
authorities on a charpo of belne "bad
men." They arp accused of living off
tho earnings of women and being Iden
tified with a campaign of cocrsloh
madu popular by Maklno.
Marie (Ilndlnft and Peter Holler
son, who were found guilty of a
charge of ussault, were each fined
I $1 and $2."D this afternoon by
A general denial to tho alienation
in the complaint have been fllsl by
tho defendants In tho caso of William
J A. Kane against Joe Madelros, guurd-
lm of Caesar Lopes and Iltthaul
A petition for court approval to tho
.alo of a lot In Nuuanu valley belong.
Ing to the estate of J. II. Coney has
been filed by Laura A. Coney. The
sum of J2500 Is offered for tho prop
erty by tho Henry Wnterhouse Trust
MAD) WATER CASE
Deputy Attorney General Ixrrln An
drews Is now on Maul In connection
with tho suit brought by tho Walluku
Sugar Company against thu Territory
over tho water right hi lno valley.
During his term as firrt deputy at
torney general Judgo Whitney was
fully familar with the details of the
caso and Deputy Attorney Qeneral An
drews will now take up the defense ot
tho suit. Ito has gono to Maul with
tho Idea of learning tho conditions
surrounding tho rival contentions over
tho water rights
Mr. Hemenway stated this morning
that he would much prefer to havo tho
caso tried In Walluku
A TRIP TO EUROPE
Loses moro than half Its plcasuro If
one cannot speak French or German,
but It Is not generally known that a
speaking acquaintance with cither lan
guage can bo easily acquired in tho
thort spaco of flvo weeks, and that
without any hard work or drudgery.
Professor Mathews will explain his
method of doing this next Thursday
and Friday and no one Interested
Lhould fall to be present.
LAND DEAL PP
Tho Territory has closed the deal
for 20 ncren In HlfrhlnnH Pni-V tn ih
,Co(lege of Hawaii (oday. Tno consld-
crauon ior me property was S30.000
or $1000 por acre. The deal was flnan
cod by the Waterhouso Trust Co. Tho
Territory already has seventeen acres
adjoining tho newly-acquired land,
making a 47-acre tract altogether.
Coroner Itoso he)d nn Inquiry Into
Iho death of tho little Japanese child,
Savol'o Tane, who was kjlled py being
run over clthor by an automobile or
C. J, Day's delivery wagon.
n mimuer ui wunesses were called
to glvo ovi)cnco, tiut none' of the'm
were very clear about tho matter. Con.
sequcntly "tlio Inquest was adjourned
111! .u'l- 1 i. . -ClL ' ..
ib uvuuuiB yrnen somo mpro wit
nesbca w(jl bo on hand to 'try and lot
sonio light on tlio (iffalr.
Fire aj 8eattle. Seqttlo, Aug. i
"giro" (fiat "started In tho gtetson-PoBt
caBh and door factory on Raljroad eve
nue, south, today did $35,000 d'amago
In fhe factory and In the building of
Campbell brothers, agents for the Un
ion englno works, who lost patters
valued at $25,000.
Bulletin Business Offlce Phone 25S.
Tlnlletin Editorial Room .Phone 185
Stravcd on to the promlsos of Dr. A.
It. Ilowatt 777 KJng 8L, two horses,
one bay and ono mouse-colored.
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j NotDampness.t ''No 'Bugs.
r5t4 TriihcfDr Cm
J r j.
itas. H. Love
MRS. SUTTON WILL
fiO TO CONGRESS
WASHlNaTON, August 18. Tho Naval court of Inquiry, convened
to Investigate the circumstances su rounding the shooting to death ot
Lieutenant Sutton of tlio Marine Corps two years ago, has
decided that it would bo Impossible to make n rrlmlnal charge
lie ngalnst nny of the participants In the fray, which en (led In Uie
death ot tho young officer. The court finds that Sutton was solely re
sponsible. Tho mother ot the dead
finding of the court, and declares that she will demand an investigation
Into the affair by Congress.
HENEY WITH DEMOCRATS
SAN KIIANCI8CO, August 18 Tho completion of the count nt
the primaries shows that Ueney hug received tho Democratic nomina
tion for District Attorney. Kickort, Republican, is the choice of tho
Republican and Union Labor parties.
Tho completed count shows no change In tho Blotus of the mayor
ollty vote. Crocker has secured tho Republican nomination, Leland Is
the choice of the Democrats, and McCarthy has secured tho Union La
MOTOR ACR0S3 CONTINENT.
NEW YORK. August 18. Private Parrotf, of tho Tenth Regi
ment, National Guard of New York', started on n transcontinental
motor cur trip from here to San Francisco today. Pnrrolt beais n
message from Major General Leonard Wood, commanding th0 depart
ment ot the Kant, to Major Qeneral Weston at San Krnuclsco.
HARRIMAN SAILS FOR HOME.
CHBRUOURQH, Aug. 18. K. H. Harrlman sailed for home es-tcrday.-
The railroad magnate appeared pjfe and feeble, but declared
that ho was feeling well.
AIR FLYERS ARE ASSEMBLING.
RIIEIMS, Aug. 18. The leading aviators of tho world nro hero
preparing for the contests which w ll be held during nvlntlou week,
ttf- "L J 1 I I I I .. I . . !! I . .1 I -T-
I Island Transfer.
BO OV-ATo-. . . Excavating and Filling.
Dravinc and Expressing
Wood and' Coal Phone 588
O. W. HcDongall, Prop.
Jordans aro showing somo special
-.allies in rubberized silk raglans nt
$10. $12 50, $1,6.50.
No varnishes to equal tho Standard
Varnishes sold by Theo. II. Davles &
Co., hardware department. A varnish
for every purpose
Wireless telegraphy puis you in
Instant communication with tho other
Islands and with Incoming and out
going steamers. Rates are low.
Wo aro thoroughly familiar with all
forms of advertising and havo the fa
cilities for handling large or small ac
counts. The Chas. R. Frazlcr Co.
"Porcegrowth" Is tho magic fertiliz
er that makes lawns, ferns and plants
grfow luxuriantly. Bold In COc and
$1.25 bags by K. O. Hall & Son, dis
Honolulu Photo Supply Co, Is Just In
receipt ot tho largest lino ot plctijro
mouldings ever brought to this city.
This gives them unoqualed facilities,
to framo pictures ot all sorts. The line
Is now ready.
For homo entertainment use the Vic
tor Talking machine. Thousands of
records to suit every taste. Victors
rold on tho easy payment plan. Derg
strom Music Co.; Ltd., Odd Fellows'
tullding, Fort Blreet.
The meats at tho Metropolitan Mar
ket aro kept. In ccpld storago, not froz
en, for threo days before being of
fered for talo for the reason that they
become tender with tho chilling. Meats
iretii irqm ino, Siaugnicr nonse aro
tough and uot altogether tender. It
Is b'ette'r, thcn.'fo buy whero you can
get tho best, "fclcphono 45,
, Weds petaluma, .Jrj Pctaluma,
Aug. 4. Miss" Florence Olive Gray, a
member of. a prominent pioneer family
of this county, and Marcus Lovall feer
rott, a joung engineer and son ot Mrs.
13. W.Rico of Oakland, were marrt ed
hero today, the Rev. 15. C. Lovo of
Bulletin Businest Offlce Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
New Goods for
W. W. AHANA CO.
. " Dhnno 1
Ikllsrllw a I
officer is not satisfied with the
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream,
New lifo came to tho Sloe!: Vx-
) change this forenoon under tho iuflu
enco of tin rleo In sugar piices
Tho llctwcon Hoards record NtnrlcJ
orr with a snjo of $25,0u) of Illlo
railway bom'.t, at 98 and then showrd
considerable (Staling In Walalua at
100.25. This local stock Bohl. rsaillly
cn the Boaid at 110 sii) Is hoM strong
ut that flgur6. Many of the holders
believe that the prospects aro such iih
will forco tho pament of n onn per
cent dividend In placo ot thn prosent
Honokaa, hns . placo on thn list of
advances, Bellini; nt 19. Oahi sold at
32 and Ewa at 31 25.
All the stock t aro held voit firmly
and It Is only n little, hero and there
that gets out In the market through
the hunch ot somtono thnt ho ought to
change his stoe'e.
POLICE C0UBT JOTTINGS.
Am a result of alleged breaching ot
a cargo on board the Virginian, two
rnen were up before Judgo Andrado
this morning, Special 'Police Officer
Lee gave evidence of having arrest
ed tho accused and of having found
bonie silk box concealed on their
Charllo Chllllngworth, for tho de
fense, asked Lee what he thought
the value of the articles were.
"Tvventy-fve (jents n pair," replied
Leo, "How do sou know the val
ue?" snapped Chllllngworth. "Well,"
drawled Lee, "I'm forty ytars of age,
and I've worn box all my life!"
One of the boxesfOf sox that was
put In us evidence only contained
sover.il old pairs of worn out and
uirty nose. The thieves hnd evi
dently thought that fair exchange
was no robbery.
Judge andrade, after hearing both
sides of the case, decided to take
the case under advisement until to
rnorrow, Four boozo tipplers wero on deck
this morning and they were each
fined In amall amounts.
ntftnlc hnnlra nt all an..,, tj
tc, manufactured by the Bulletin
A beautiful new stock just arrived
in the Alameda. All patterns noy
beintr worn in New York and East
ern fashion centers.
62 S, King St. Phone 521.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, August 18.
Thursday, August 19.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Aug. 18:
8. S. Lurllno, 7 p. in , for Honolulu.
UAVIOTA Arrlvqd Aug. 19:
8. 8. W. 8." Porter, henco Aug. 11.
11II.O Sailed Aug. IB:
fjchr. W, II. Marston, for Hedondo.
IIILO Sailed Aug. 18:
8. S. Toxan, for NtW York,
U. 8. S. St. Louis, 9 n. m., for San
HANA Sailed Aug. 14:
Bclir. Jas. Rolph, for San Francisco.
KAHULUI Arrived Aug. 18:
S. 8. Hyades, henco Aug. 17,
WIRELESS 8. S. Supply will nrrlve
from San Francisco tomorrow noon
with 350 bags mall.
Matson Navigation Wharf
And Rink Beth Are
Major Fern's limu will be given
next month ns announced, but us
ct he has been tumble to find u
large hall, sufficient to accommo
date flvo hundred guents. Ho, ac
companied by Secretary Rlvenbcrg,
has been looking around fur a hall
for some time, but unforttiatvly
thero was nothing doing so fur as
tho places which came to his notice
Ills Honor hns under considera
tion many places owned by the gov
ernment nnd private concerns, but
it is hardly possible that ho could
securo them for his luau.
Among the places he has In mind
Is the Matson Nnrvlgntion wharf,
whero iho Hul Pool a onco gave Its
annual luau. The wharf Is now un
der tho control of" Castle & Cooke,
Thp no wAlnkeu Btreet wharf, which
Is Hearing Its completion, wns also
spoken of, but as tho contractors
have not completed their work on It
jet, It would be Impossible for the
Major to' get the consent of Mar
ston Campbell, Superintendent of
Other places that ho has visited
are the K. P. hall, the Odd Fellows"
hall, the Notlcy hall, the Arlon hall,
the Legislative hall, Iho National
guurd hull, tho Alexander Young
Hotel, tho Moanu und tho Roynt Ha
waiian, and other suitable places.
Hut as jet, so far as Is Known, been
unable to select tho best placo for
Tho other placo which Is evident
ly being considered by him Is the
Mochlzukl Club nt Walklkl. Of
course the hall Is not large enough
to nccommodnto nil tho guests, but
It Is suld thnt Mayor Fern will put
up a tent on the grounds, where
the guests could bo comfortably ac
commodated. It Is tho Intention of
His Honor to give a Hawaiian hula
exhibition for the benefit of the Con
gressional party, which Is oxpected
to bo nmong the guests. Resides the
wmnty band, the Hawaiian musi
cians will bo there to enliven the oc
Tho Mayor expects to bo nblo to
select a place for ceitaln within a
few dajs. Manngor Joe Cohen of
me now Princess Rink called on tho
Major this morning and tendered
him the use of tho no wrlnlc, which
Is commodious und would easily hold
all of the guests.
T0N AND COUNTRY
Eighteen gamblers who wero ar
rested by Chief of Dotnr-tii-..,, ti
and his force yestorday afternoon
wero up beforo Judge Andrado this
morning. They were all found
guilty and fined In Bums ranging
"ill l iu iu,
Threo rulds worn mni i... i ,,
and party, ono at Pnlama, one nt the
Oceanic wharf, nnd tho third at tho
Magoon block. Tim lniin, i i. .
four joulhs were able to get ball
..... ..in ui spend tho night In the
WhllHt ClllGf I.nnl wno I .
own hunting up crap shooters. Po-
pot Idle. No e3S tllan nneteen ch(.
Pfise wero arrpstn.i ..t n. ...
Joint near the Walp.il,,, railroad sta-
TllO lllllllllnir Wfin nnrll.. fA.nn.
and Leal had somo trouble In gct
Ing Inside. However, ho managed
o slip in imobseivcil and then sB.
Ilfll tn liln .... . . "
- ... ... , wno quigKiy r0ow.
ed him up tho stairs.
Tho alleged pnml,ir ,. . .
nt i. r. '" "'" uu irieu
n. .k?? CUr.1 toi""ow mornln
7 D' uo "een to town tryinc
-- -00w ivy U 113 j J
C.-A. 8. S. Maramn, from Victoria;
I 8AILINO TOMORROW
Stmr. Claudlne, Dennett; for .Maui
and way ports, C p. m,
j" DUE SATURDAY "f
A.-1I. 8. 8. Pleiades, from San Fra
Cisco, a. in.
I 8AIL SATURDAY f"
P. M. 8. 8. Mnnchurln, for San Finn
Cisco, p. m.
Per rtmr. Claudlne, from Haw nil and
vtniil portp, Aug. 18. R, lrwl'n, rath
T Francis Ruth Knklml, J. Kcpano,
itoso Knmnkuhlkl, C. J. Austin, J .V
5. Williams, Master L. Williams, SN
er Itobcrtln. Miss L. Nauknnu, Mini
t. Illsham, J. Roup, Miss R. Naukana
Miss J. Naukana, Muster McOarrou
Wm. K. Alull, 1). D. Murdoch:, Miss M
Thurston, Hi oilier Robert, Ilrotlur
Joseph, C. J. Schoenlng! Fnlher Juslln,
Chas. A. Ko nnd wife, Ruth Tnmnr.i,
Yip Kce, and run, Chan. Duchniun,
VIrs. Steward, A. Constable, wlfo ami
child,' MIbb Ah I.eong, Mr. Dowlcx, S
K. Moses, L. Hcnnlng, C. A. Kuna, T
Osakl, Father Rodrlgucs, Father Man
rus. Emma Darker, Nancy Chang and
78 deck passengers.
Per hliur. Claudlne. for Maui polls,
ug. 20, G p. m. Joshua D. Pcutlo, It
j, PalllKter, Miss Fleming, Miss Kali
io, J. K. Knlo, Manuel 8. Richards,
Miss J. I.tndsaj', J. T. Jenn, II. F
'leaststnnd, Mm. I.eong Kill, Kaklchl
aIIh) and wife, Jas. C. Kamokalwl.
Tho Kiiknl. popularly known as tho
"Kukul Nut," the llghthouso tender,
Captain Jobsou, will go to Molokal
this evening to Iho 'new Molokal light
station. Air. Houston, Mr. Heger and
Mr. Van Wagner wNl leave on her to
nspect the new, station and sco If tho
work on It is progressing satlsfactm-
lly and whether tlio lamps aro in good
oruer. sir, llegcr Is a lamp expert
Ironi Toin'klnsvlllo and" will examine
he lamps. Tho 'llghthouso Is a second
Mass flashing light.
According to wireless advices re
cclv9d liy tjio commaiidunt of tho Nnv
il Station Iho U. S.S. Supply will nr
ilvo herp about noon tomorrow, bring
ing 3.10 sacks of mall frnm Snn ivn.
Cisco. As tho Pleiades ciimes In Sat
urday with flvo dajs' mall It win bring
mo mini scncdiilu right up to dato. It
s understood that tho Supply Is m
route to Guam.
THE STEAMER ninn.llnr. !!,..
irrlving this morning, report's that blia
won i lu-.-woiouai arter receiving vord
hat the Nllhnu wm In i,iui,in i...
v ... (.......u, UUI (1
mlnuto InsnpcHnn nt irn,noi -, ..
lulled to show any sign of a distressed
FREIGHT DELIVERED bv Ihn
Claudlno this morning is as follows:
39 cords of wnml. 43 l.-irrnlo ,..i..
bottles. 59 barrels corn. 88 hoirK r.n
packages sugar, 188 packages sundrloa.
THE SOHOONER Jas. Holnli wn
towed out of Hana yesterday hv ilin
Claudlne and sailed for San Francisco
laden with sugar. Tho Claudlno ulsi
loports tho Hyades at KahuIuL
CONTROL OF THE
America Demands Voice In the Ap
polntmenj of the Engineers.
London, August C Tho question of.
equal control In tho construction
tho Hnnkow-Szechuon Railway Is noi
occupying tljo uttentlon of tile lnterl
national bankers Interested. In tlicC
loan for thlB purposo, it was an
noimcod todav. It Is lllldnmlnnil lien
that America considers It Important
thflt Rlln Hlinill.l hnvn .in .uitiai ...In.. Ill
appolniln.; engineers In charge of the,?
construction, as on their ndvlco tlie'i
loimig stock will bo purchased. J
This matter previously was r!
ranged by thp Ejiropean bankers nmt A
It wbb unijurstood that America hui
no objecflon. Rocently, liowover, tin J
question was ralcod py America, urn w
while tho AiiElfi-Froneh lntoioti-i-
ngreo pn allowing all tfio ponors equiip
control, t)io Oernmn financiers art; ot
.vtiuf, numo IJpjKJSHIOn,
It 1b proposed to submit tho n',ri ,X
Hon of tho administration of th tH"
municipalities nong tho Russian rahi
road nrpa jn Manchuria, whlcb nros'
through America's objection to tlifff
original RusB)ai plan, to tho ForelFjjL
Consuls on tho spot for adjustment It
Sea' Wrens, $ I OOf
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycf0
auoior, uo, uompieie. om
THE CHABLES D. WALKERS B0A
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St., opposite South St,
rMk) ht&ijM&fmAluU. SaJimii. .'W.'aii.:
. V ' AiSuj-Ml.