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-KVBNtNO nnLt.ETINrHONOLULU,-Trif.7THUn8DAYr8EPTA 1,-1909.-
-ZT'wn f jj-irr? srrTT"" "" jrauBFFTigsgyip
Oceanic Second Degree.
Nuuanu Chapter 17th Dcnrse,
Honolulu Commandcry Reg
ular 5 p. m.
Paelfc Third Dcnree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Si . i iiv
WfcLel Aloha Chapter No. 3 Reg.
1 " aii mitiniE muinbera at the
uJei arc cordially Invited to
ittcuil inef tings of.locul lodge
HAIiMONX LUUUE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ovcry Monday evening t
t:30 la I 0 O F Hall, Fort Street.
K. H. HENDRY, Secretary.
T. D. W1CKC, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
DAHU LODGE, No. 1, X. of P.
Meet evjry llrst and third Krl
Say uvoulus at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
earner l'ort and Horetanla. Visiting
toothers cordially Invited to attend.
i I.. NUGENT. C. 0.
S . R. U03LINO. K. B. B.
'HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. F. 0. .
Honolulu Lodge No. 61 C, 11. P. 0.
'Elks, meets In their hall, on King
i" rui'vi, ueui iutii vivif inuttj ivm-
htnr Visiting Hrothers are cordially
1 mvueo io aueiiu,
L. 12 A. DOUTHITT. E. H.
H. C. E ASTON, "Sec'jr.
jS' HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. S,
J feels on (be 2nd and 4tb WKI
,'- KEiUAY evenings of each month t
t; Ji 30 o'clock In IV. or F. nan. corur
M Beretanla and Fort streets.
W Vlslllnir K.ielpa aril InTltari to it
W. M. McCOY, W., Prest,
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
r Wmi'M'KlNLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofF.
"'Meets every Ind and 4th Saturday
P'iYenins at 7:30 o'clock In K. of l
Sr Hall, cor. Fort and Deretnnla. Visit
f lag brothers cordially Invited to'at-r-
Kr v . f. m. mcqrew, c. o.
E. A. JACODSEN, K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE. No. 1. 1. 0. E. M.
ILTnnfa nv&rv flrat nnil third Thtlfl
days of cacb month nt Knights of
1T at- t .k tfi.ll lTlnlll ftwiltlAta MAI
v- dlallv Inilted to attend.
b? L. A. PEftUY. Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
iO!&ZS ties. HAWAII
& GOUTH SEAS CURIO CO. YounC
Euildin'. (Next Cable Office.)
FOB SALE AT AIL BABJ
r TELEPHONE 1331
,: Embroideries, .
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
' School Books and
A. B. ARLEIGH & P., LTD.
Hotel, opp. Union.
Mrs. . M. TAYLOR
Alexander Younir Buildinc '
jCario:, Sissl Loi3, Calabashes, etc.
Hotel, near Fort.
fEcIward Everett Hale
Vmmr Complete Works.
HkJBHOWN & IY0N CO., LTD, ,
mm l ' lOUn mas zxzasaun:
Admission Dqy Will. Be
Todn In tin- day Hint Is celebrat
ed hy I ho dtliens of Hawaii who
latin California, ns the Btntu of their
intl lly, for llfty-nlno jears ago tljp
Golden Stale was ndinllled ln(6 thb
Union of the United States,
l.very year tho native, sons who
Hiiil themselves in Hawaii, on Scjit.
!i oli3or6 tin day with either n
hnnuiiot or n d.irice. T This- year It
Mill lie n dancu at the Moarin Ho
tcl. Tho nrrniigciiicnts have been
iimlcr consideration far the past
week, nnd lm 'dance nt the Moano,
this evening promises 'to begone of
lliu most MPtessfiil affairs ot' ' the
Kind ever (;H?n hy the natve' sons
in Hie Territory. ' '
Tho cruiser California is now on
lliu way hero with the Pacific, fleet.
It Mas hoped that the , fleet would
nrrUo in time for the officers of(tho
camornia io no preieni at tne, dance
lonlghU A wireless greeting will
tio sunt to tho 'California beforo tho
VENIIl IS EXHAUSTED.
' FOR SECOND TIME,
(Continned from Pice 1)
prlotur of "the Enterprise 'Soda
Wurks, was called and Vassed for
cause, ' ' '
Mlauchi excused floorgo Mallna.
who had been substituted for Cllas.
Walluco, excused yesterday. Jno.
Trask, being ifrnwn in bis stead, was
passed' for cause. ' '
Kawnkaml excused Kamakau and D.
It. Campbell was passed tcmiwrarlly
In bis place. Taklyama excused, Mc
Oulro and Harold HaJ'sclden, a "flxed
opinion" man was called and chal
lenged for canto by tho defense,
Robert Mist's examination wax
unhert by tho defense after tho pros
ecution had passed hlni for cause as
McOulre'u successor, but exercised
their fifth peremptory challenge and
he nas excused, Matsunnga dismissing
Jno. U. Insopa, was also passed far
cause and Immediately challcrged by
tho defoiiBo and excused, 'making a
half-dozen of their allowance of per
emptory challenges used.1 Tho fact
that he had ivorked, and Is working
for the Honolulu" Plantation did not
will hliq any favor In Mr. I.lghtfoot's
Sain I.clcbla was parsed for causo
as his successor.
Oklunia excused Isaac and Geo. II.
Karratl, who was called as his suc
cessor, was passed subject to chal
lenge by both defense and prosecution
nnil then cxcued by Kawamura. Mar
tin, a county bridgq builder, 'was
passed for causo and Roister being
challenged by TorlmatsU, tho panel
was exhausted and the trial continued.
Tho now enlro of twenty-six men
drawn' Is as follows: '
F. U Winter, Andrew Schlmmer,
(leo. G. Kinney, I)an Villa, Geo. K,
Pox, Ren If. Clark, Uenjamln Asam,
Win. Thompson; David Lowell, Jas. a.
Vox, Jno. D. Padokon,'Jno'., S'.'Shultlf,
(jeo. u. lirown, l-uw. jonnson, unas,
Johnson. Jno. K. Makila, A', G. Rei's,
Ephralm C. Smith, dpo. Parker, 'DaVId
Hurst, R. W. PodmorS, Jim. P. Mitch
ell, Jos. Whittle, Jno. Urown, 7. D.1
fltroup, Blw. E. Robins. r
A.-H. CO. ANNOUNCEMENTS.
" "l N .
0 P. Morse, ycneral freight agent
of tho Amerlcnn-Hawallau Steamship
Co , announces tho ilato of departure
of tho following steamers:
San F.ranclaco to Honolulu direct:
S. 8. Pleiades, to sail" Sept 10; S. ft.
CQlumbla, to sal) Spt. 16. ' ' ,'
Heu(tlo and Tajoma ib Honolulu dl
rcqt: S. S. Columbian, to sail .Sent,
lfi. has been withdrawn; Si S; Ncbras
kan, to sail Oct."2. "" ' ' !
Honolulu to Son Francisco direct:
8. 8. Pleiades, to lalf Bent 2. .
We are in Una with tip
best' aorlm?)it', l
In ihe market. All make.
Ferfprned add Plata,
Just uk for the kind yon
want. ' , '
Lehnhardt'i Candlei alwaya
.fresh ' '
Sine and ,Fprt Sti.
,iivj iu i
The lo.NUM geriteh Pad
it the B w II I n offke for flvr centi
Is oni'lrreri thftk; madr up'of tWo"hunv
drtd thttti of good paper. Six for t
Call and see Mlko Paion at tho En
' dot your hat cUtned at the Leadlnl
Hat Cleaner, 115 Fort strict. '
Mrs., niTenbijrgh Is prenkredto In
kltuct 'a, 'law. tiUDlts In nlanoforta at
ihclrhomei Address Royii. Hawaiian
Jlotel.,, V 5 ;,v
, Mary Prait wak this mofnlng grant
rd.a divorce froiiTom Pritt by Jtidge
Itoblntan.'p'n.ttid grouniis bt ilescrtlon
and riOn-'inpport. '-
JonshKnlanlannole has filed an an
swer to tho sTill lintlltiit'c.i Cv OpV. E'
Smithies, ofai.'ln which ha' IjVc'd-d 1
rn.ln..l wtk tMlL 1ll..U.. ' i
.v..,,n.,w nun uviiii ' , uiuiiiii.
Try some of the Vienna Dakery'i
Doston brdn bread and poton hakci'
beans. Will te delivered to resldencei
upon telophone brder, Call'up 17.
Tho ponies belonging to Ibo Oahil
liolq clubWlll if) down to lellebua to
m6rrow"mornr.t, Tliose belonging to
ll'i'cTMalil p"lli)Cs are 'nlready1 nt Bcho
Registrar M. llImon pf(thoTcr
rltorlal Hoard" of Health, reportVthai
during the" period from Ai(adsTl?.d
August 31, there, trere'clgh'l cases o(,
tuberculosis reported. , ,
, Tltre. will liott meeting df the Oahu
l-eagiio this evening In' C. F,, Chilling
.worti's office', aV, t.'O, o'clock,' All
piemlxjra 'are rftqliesled to aUend as
matters of Mmportahct) are to be con '
.m.Li r- ,i, ' ' "'
1 Kane Sakati l s)lng for divorce
from her husbaUdNTakellro Snltata.
Sato'loslilji ieklf(t,dlvorch'frnm her
husband, Kanpel, isutt-beinghjed In
mo uircuii. wouri tnit morning, uoin
claim failure q llrbvlHo. ,
Edward Render, M. T.' slnonton and
FranV U "yvinlerworo this 'morning
uppojnted by JUdJN tttdblnsbn as the'
appraisers of ttie estate of Bereno E.,
Rlsbop.' letters staMebtary for the'
tame.cstato Were tranlbd td Jonathan
Shaw and ArtKut- Aloiahder ' ('
On, Wcdnesday.,overilfaB next after
tho polo match thbdahd blub will
Rlvo.a dane'e at iha Mbana' hotel and
thb Invlt'atlons wllj tio Isslied early
In thtk mmlntf wndii Thn .nfTnlp !
sure to be ono of (bo Inost enjoyable J
eveniB oi me year anu'inose tonunaie
enough to got Invitations' wlil have a
fine Ime. . j . f f
At tho regular fortnightly mooting of
tho Board of Governors .of ,t!io Com
mercial Club held aii n Uht Edward
C. Brown, manager of, tho Dfearuorp
Drug and Chemical Company, was
elected to the nresldencr. F. w. Mac
farlane, manager ol ! IiUUDJgn, Feed
Company, was elected 'vlce-bresfdcrit
and F. B, Damon, ashler of the Bank
of 'Hawaii, treasuMh
i '.' '
a l' J.i
i Black bag containing wety has
been lost." 'See claislfiediads.
4 "The Hanan shoo la Wpular In New
York. Why shouldn't lti.be. popular
here? Mclcerny BhOe BtorO.
Successful advertising campaigns
conducted 'by the fcttaa. R. Frailer
Conirfany: 'Phone 7i. 122, King
'Single thread, look stitch, dron
hea'd"automatlc sawing nkchlnes for
sale' at Theo.'ll. Davjes ACo., hard
ware dendrtmentiorilid. .
t A largo" shlpment'of Herald Pure
Rye and'Bonrbon Kits Just-been re,
eelved "per' Lnrlhe:iby-"rh'os. 'F., Mc
Tlghd ft Co., Klni'atfeel, , i
'If Vod have a' plado'ttd'be tunef, re
paired, or the caseret'bllhed: call up
;..i.... .... - iu.. ... i. .'
uergsirom usic,vj,anu engage tneir.
ex'peft plnno"tuner,"'Phdn' 32t:', ', !
iwf 1.I....W fcuM(, -mh u. . ,
call at Hachs' tntf.Wfoirana seo the
handsome line of. 'iMods l.thsl liisfar
t.l..,Jl 'lA'tho AI4JJ,1 ln,u. A.t-
K1VU iuiiuv via.a. .vv SuwuDi
hre'-'noWon dlsDiavland-ready for your
InsnectWn'- ' w ' ' ,
Cd'? 'YounllUlldlhr." neit'cable 'of.
VeH.t 'Post' cardi'aiid nhry 'apeclal-
1'J. .-! If .V t.J J
, -The Union EleclrlfaCo., (Harrison
piuyn, uvraiuiu iriseij. uvKr rwv
pd4'',1'Gobds, a' Jnfe' 'aso'rtrn'ent, of
woo)en,v ttllt nna'Wboii nhdj ill-silk
irliiqiulna'lvbandrf 'for 'Infants, fnia'do
jtHpllt e'am'Khd, 'vVlUfouf alflgti
'rouih' part '(o chafe the tejidef skirl',
prices Vfo tlJft Vlleh. tu"
,Slfa 'clieape'r,. iaftr ,aid ''better to
havoiour furhltulip' handled, by ex
perienced men. Vf atoe. t ftifnlture
In oiir sitcclal bug-proof afarct-robras
for. shortor long terms and make,, a
specialty1 or packing. And' shipping.
Unlon-pacjflo .Traniier.Qo. fjflnp f?.
, There I'a'rlgt'taijd'ronHf'viiy'jo
upholstep an aiComobifo r,anj;i t)i.e
AVright Vay,reulrbilji training that
makes' it a Vradb in slf., W,V.
Wright Co., Ltd., employ automobile
tipholsterers and you .cifl be sure that
any work doao by them will bV satis
. '" -
t -Wholesale, Bhell,NoUVnlrs7for, the
trade. Bloakubi'itne' fleet" ,ls coni
Ine) '' HaWall' A douth ' Baas Curio
r u i . . v
Bjreet cnry a conjnisiB'SiocK'oi eiec
rieTgoodi, andkn 'jireareil. to 'dp
electrical 'ivork,!at'"B''ltrj'er!IlgUre than
WAnoelso'ln Ubdolujii. . ' '"
'BhUrs carrvahlO'httV' their "Ar-
' !rn ' !.! . ;ii'ii i ; f.r. . .-
WILL MM ESKIMOS
COPENHAGEN, Sept. 8. Dr., 'C)k Is wholly undi lurlicd hf
Peary's charges Hint he did nut rcich the North Pole, lie iltvl irM Hint
he can and will effectually dispel uny dniihtH ns to whethe''
or not ho reached tho i'olo, and siih Hint the will send n ship mn'
b'rjng to Atnerlch' the I'Jsklmon vho 'nccompanlqd 'lilin on hli heait
breaking' march'. " Captain Sverdrlip, th'b''famo'ui'' ejilnier, tlll mm
mand,tifi expedition. .
, In, answer to I'onryU charges that he, Cook, stolo his prmlslons, Dr.
Cook repllcs'tliat lio'has dotmncn'ti ry cvldtnic that Ponry look boiub
of "his provisions on the plea that li e believed him to be dead.
LIE MASSED BETWEEN .TWO FAMOUS EXPLOBEBS.
NBW Yt)RKJ Bent K. Thq I'o pnf?eo lietwcon Penry mid Coil
tho' fOuailiiuinPfdrnr contrhicrBV'' unnaralleleir' In history. "
Cook will nrrlve here Bent, il
t,v Presldcrit Osborp pi the Arctic Chili
be, the mdpt.Vp'bsiiil fakm' knbwn.
v . H,.n, ,. mtmm
I i nifc.i '. . . t.t
i BRES.CIjA.Bjqit.). ThenylaMon inectlng jiere opened, very tin
ausplclOuslJr'toflajBlerlor'colilde'd with u treo and two other aero
planekWefe dlmaked. " ' ' ' " '
" '1M. i ,. i
MILAN, Sept.- 8. Slgnor- Posh
'from his neroplano. whllo, navigating
jnibortant Mass Meeting
Evidently still reineniliorlnir tho
Campaign words "government land" of
Llrik McCandlcss. candldato for Dele
gate lb Congress on' tho Democratic
ticket, lasVyear, the' 'Hawaiian Demo
crdts, residents hnd voters of the. Third
Precinct, First' Legislative District, on
Hawaii, helda meeting' and adopted
the following "resol ut Ion to bo present-ed-lo
the Congressmen now visiting In
.. : ' : i-
It reads IfcuB:
To the Delegation of Congressmen
.! . . i .
tionorauie sirs; ror tho reason
that your, brief visit to thu Territory
will not enable" oif to meet tho people
In all tho varlou districts and ascer
tain directly their chief 'nCedK which
Congress alone can supply, wo have
therefore called this mass meeting In
theThlrd Pieclnct, First Leglslatlyo
district for -tho purpose of expressing
to.yohr our opinions) which' lii-' bur
judgments', should receive jour first
BUT. greatest , attention and considers
fidn'j '" vv' J ' '
., '.Trif-Wo ttro residents of and yot
er&'jlo'sald Precinct and those attend
lnk"mls meeting and. attesting their
it uiiuf ruiiuu iu iiiih repuri., uro prin-
j cllmliy of the Hawaiian race. As such
Wflifeel that the public lande of Hawaii
Constitutes a hcritago of all tho peopto,
utiuu utMiuiiig oi.wjiicn jue nawuuans
tfirUKliou't tho Territory should bo al
lowed, atjlast, to'partllpatb op, equal
an t rewnaWo terms" with all other
Ctlsena and wlUioii'any dlHc'flmlnatjon
tjtyfi have been told and no doubt you
will .,1)0 old that such, has been and Is
itow tho "practice under tho "local' n'd-
nlblstraton,of our Public Land Laws.
InY'thlshowoVer", wo ftro unable''(;o
a.ktbo- Expedience has shown im that
llpj'kreat, variety 'of tlie modes of dis
position 6f tho pilbjlc 'lands In HnWall
works unequitable as to tho poor man.
Several classifications" of ' lanrfsarp
firovlded or under our forest laws and
ndugh' less plainly ' stated, several
claslt's"of ItUcus aro anticipated,,
t Thus: The 099-year lease Is said
to.bp os)oclally provided for tho Ifa
Wallk'na to' the end' that they may bo
6avod,fr9m Ihclrowrn Improvidence but
It will bo" no'ticedihat' ttio'sniall area
which! maybe'bntcrod 'undor'that pro
vlBloh, and jhen 'only of Hiich lands and
InWch localities as It may please' the
autocratic notions of the Commission
er of Public Lands w)ji the consent of
th'e Governor to'opcn seJtleriient,
"if there ever did exist such a neces
sity for Rtirll lintnrnnl ram nt Mia lln.
jvallans, thai,ncieBsity h'as'lbnC felnco
passed away. Tlo ovldenco now,1 on
uvery iiunu plainly snows mai iiiq iia-
walldns clung to their' little' holdings
a u, U3Krr... .
;Wi3l,M4(,Cotrv Phone 888 ' j
fty aoQeJtgtll, Prop. Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu-Stream
todny dedaied Captain Peniy In
TRBE DURINQ RACE.
-was killed licre today by falling
Excavatinp; and Filling.
with equal or greater fidelity than tho
citizens of any other nationality In this
Terlltory; thciofdrc, wo resent tho Im
putation that the Hawaiian 'are prone
to mortuaKO ofrndl tliclr lauds as sbnn
as thoy 'can obtain 'title, mid wo re-
rjieciiuiiy avK ihul nm :uu jear lease
p'rovislon bo ro(oalcil ami that those
IioIiIIuk' entiles theruiiudcr- iiikiu proof
of 'ilo ycuTs'nctu.'il'and'contli.uous res
Idenco on tho tiact K entered hu al
lowed to commute their entries, and
upon p.ijInK n final feo.ofilcii dollars
bo entitled to'uiid recelvu n patent
Second Tliat the provisions of tho
present law allowing the exchango of
public lands for piivato lands should
Third Tliat tho Act r-pproved Apill
2nd, 1908, providing for l"aslng the
UKrlculUirul lands In Hawaii for 11 f
teen years should bo repealed. The
latter lwrtlon of said Act providing
that any part of tho land so loaned
may bo withdrawn for settlement pur-
08C8 is useless to tho public whoso
power to enforce such withdrawal U
withheld did not provide for in said
Act Ilotzldet., nil the agricultural
lands In tho Territory idioiild ho held
i.ud speedily surveK'd "' iictiurbona
Fourth Tliat Bales of agricultural
public lands nt unction tihould bo pio
hlbllcd to tho end lh.it tho poor man
who Is most In' need of a homo Is not
In competition with tho itch man who
can huy"a homo on private (anils, or
wiiii punuipg iiircauy mis a nomo.
. Fifth That tho citizens of tills pro
clnct have under consideration further
i-eiuiiiiienuuiiuiis 10 muKU in rpierenco
to tho'd'sibsltlon of tho" public Inn'ds
J n tho Tt'irltory and Hint hiich lecOm-
nicudatlons will bo forwarded to t"on
press when It, convened In December
Mrs. Mary A, Atchcrlcy H1I3 morn
ing made a verbal petition bcfoie
Judge Dole, I'rst Federal J'udgti, In
chambers for a lehearlng of the
wilt of Inbcas corpus lately denied
He denied tho petition and told
her that the U. S. District Cnuit has
no Jurisdiction over tho matter nnd
that sho must take up all further
proceedings la tho Teriltorlal Couit.
Sliels preparing to Institute moio
proceedings In the Clicult Couit
asking that her husb.ind havo a
chance to icvlow tho' testimony,
which lie claims lie wus not allowed
to Introduce beforo the Commission
ers, and that iho opium nnd bclla
donna given him by Dr. Pcteison ut
tho Insano As) him be analyzed.
From wlrolosV kicks from Mnul
that Island's entertainment committee
for the CongrcBBpicnMs on tho fepco
as to what It wants done, they are
now bcseiglngllho Governor's office
with messjges asking tliat tho Itiner
ary bo changed to tho sinno ns It was
foimorly made up, 'It 'has been ro
ferred to tho general committee now
on Hawaii with tho "bunch.1
! ' Shippieg
f IN FOREIGN PORTS I j DEPAR.TEQ. "
SAN FRANCISCO HjIIoJ Bopl. '
B. S Mnnchuila, 0 p. m.. for Hono
Inlii. 8 0GK8 ADVANCE
ON THE .'CHANGE
dlOCK deus a i
Hawaiian Coulmciclul nnd Sugar
Company stocks sold nt nn advahca
mi the local exchange this morn Inc.
At)efctcidj)'H mssIoii thirty shares
wont nt $:i:i.IU', nnd the snlu of
twenty tdihics this tnor;ilng wiih
mnilf tit J":i ii- 1-2. At tho session
hales ten' shates of Hwn went at $31),
R'i Khiiies of the samp security be
ing Bold between boards for $29.Tr,
Another ndvnnte thin, morutng
was In Oahu, ten shares going' at tho
regular, session for. $.12, and luen-ty-fle
shares1 between boards 'at the
Among thp bonds $1,01)0 Ulln
Rnlliond sixes wern taken ut 110U
and Sit, out) Oku b1om nt' thu s.uno
HawnllHii Agrlrultmal Mild at
$200, fifteen shares! being token at
Ux Chief of Detection Kalaklehi Is
Imvlnt; a Ihcly tlmo today. Ho Ih
after tho "Pnlhllnder," n iiowsuper
giving particulars- of thu shipping
world, mnru pai Ocularly of local ship
ping news It Is owned nnd puhlinicd
by II. if. Shipping Commissioner Almy,
against whom nn extent!"! )i.is been
bcr-urcil by II. T. .Mills, nfliv It htl
been jircscn ted to .Hid signed by Judge
Almy, nccordlng to loi-orts. opb
certain people somo two hiindrPd nnd
odd dollais, which Is uniollerlahle. A
suit was brought In court and judg
ment was rcndeicd In favor of Iho
plaintiff. II. T, Mills h.id un vxecu
tlun ulgncd hy the Judgo und tho
"Pnlhllnder" irtnporty of Almy Is ba
Ing collcclPd today from nil business
houses by Kntaklclo.
POLICE COUBT JOTTINQS.
Because A. M. Brown, tho piosc
ciillng uttorney, w.ib not picient In
the police couit, tho gnmhllngi cases
which wuro to bo tiled Ihls mo'rnlng
were, nt tho l tiniest of Deputy
County Attorney Mllverton, post
poned until Brown lotiuns fiom
Wnlnlun, where ho went to lcpro
fccut tho county In n certain impoit
ant case. ' Mllveilon claimed that he
was not familiar with the facts of
tho ram und asked on that ground
that a continuance ho gi anted. At
torney llHWllns, who appeared for
the defendants, urged that Iho trial
ho had nt once. He. b.ild ho rould
not ufford to usk his clients to lomo
into court overy time.
Their cotes will bo tiled next Sat
urday morning nt S o'dock, An
drado piomlslug Unit bo would ho
theio at that hour.
Tal Loy, chaiged with nssnultlng
and Inteifcilng wllh an olDcor while
in peifoimauru of his duties, came
up for ti I.i t. and was reprimanded
hoveiel) by tho Judge. Tho de
fendant was represented hy Charles
(ieoigo Little, charged wllh opo
latlng nn autnmohllo heedlessly of
thu safely of others, was In court,
represented by Attoinpy Strauss.
His (use wns continued until tomoi
row. Little, who evidently caics
nothlu gnbout tho personal safety of
a Japanese, Inst Sunduy morning
banged against n Japnnot,o on King
street near Iho flsjf ihurket nnd
thruw 111 in vloiijn(ly'1to 'the ground,
Although lio'ha'dHecnMhu Jnpuneho
full, he mndo no atlcmpt Io stop his
maihliie und lohdcr usslstiuuo lo
the poor llttld Jap.
LOCAL.' NOyiCE TO MARINEBS.
Honolulp, T.'lL, Sept. 4, 1909.
MakunMun Penliishlu, Kalawao
Molokal Light Station i:stahllshod
September' 2;"l909, lliero was cstnh
llBlicilj on K'almvao, noithcrly pnit
oMho peninsula of Mnkuualiia, mak
lijg off fiom the nor thai y shoro of
the Island of Molokal, ueaily mid
way of tho length of tho Island, mid
, PJKA, CO.,
. " ' T "f " "" ' ' fc
t Wednesday, Soptbinhsr S.
Am. sthr. Admiral, Bonder, for
Kintal, 5M0 p. m, ' '
P. M. S. S. Chlm, IVIelo, fiom San
Krnuclnco, u, in.
Stnir. .Mniin.i Kci Froom.in, from
Hauull, n. in.
Stmr. Manna Iia, from Koni and
Kim ports, a. in, f
. 8AILINJ TOMORHOW T
Inir. Mnuin Koa. I'reeiniii fur
1 1 lln, f, p. in. '
Stmr.' Cl.itidlne, for Mnul imiiih,
C P. in.
j DUE 8ATURDAY t
11. S. Pacific licet, from Sun l'r.m.. '
clfco (eluht ciulscraj,
A.'U. H. S. MIsKonrlan, fnnn Scattln
rnd Tncoimi, a. in.
DUE 8UNDAY t
Slnir. Mniihn Koa, IVecinan from
Hawaii nnd Mnul, n. in,
j PA38ENQERS BOOKED
Per stnir. Clnudlno, Tor Mnul nnd
Molokal. Sept, in. c. n. King, Mrs".
C. H. King, Lilian Maiirord, Miss Lucy
l.otil, John Loul, Jno. Jones, W. T.
Fro it, Miss O. do LJma', Mrs. L. C.
1'ialii, Mrs. A. Uioss.'MIss C. Schultz,
-Mrs. J 11. Belt, Mm. Ben I). Krzer and
(hlld, Mfi-a A. On Till. Miss Nora To
rimer. Miss 11, Daggert dipt. Wish
nnl nml family, Misses 11. and R. Wil
kin, Mis. Mary Kiiplhun and child,
l.llllo Kniiuo, Sum Mooklm, Mrs. 11.
H. Case, Miss P. K. Ho, MIhs Hutllo
Mnuli'. Miss It. KoHloha, Ars. If. lien
J.unln: Miss Mary MrCaudlcss.
Till: MAU.VA KKA, 'which sailed
lust Tuesday wllh thu Congressional
paily for Hawaii, will nrrho tomorrow
morning. In tho afternoon at E o'clock
sho sills ugiiln foi llnwull, whence sho
will lake Iho Congiossmcn and Iho
party to Maul. Sho'wlll return tn Ho
nolulu, an hint; Sunday niornlnt,
THK MAUNA I.OA, romlng from
Iho Kim Kona torts, will arrlvo caily
I onion i) w ninrnliiK. Sho will bring
general Island products from Kona.
which Include coffee, bananas, plnent
pies, rlco, mangos, dilcd fish, tobaccn
nnd miscellaneous freight,
THK SCHOONRHS, Ao:m and Bo
ideal, bofli coining ffom tho North
west, nro cxpeelcil to arrive any day
with lumber. The, former's cargo U
consigned to Lowers & Cooko, whllo
that of Hie latter I.i for Allen & Rob
Insonr THE PACIFIC MAIL liner Chlnn.
Captain Frolic, Is duo to nrrho tonior
low morning wllh n goodly-blzod list
of passengers for this port.
THE MANCHURIA sailed from Sin
Frnnclsco joslerdny afternoon, bring
ing ono of tho hirgcstcrowds that ha
ever traveled on hor.
THK STEAMER W. O. Hnll sails
this uriornoon for Kauai, carrying pas
tengers ami gencial cargo. Sho leaves,
at 5 o'clock.
THE CLAUDINK will rail tomorrow
nf(crnoo:i nt B o'clock for Maul ports
nboin ono nnd one-third miles tn
tho north and oast of tho Kaunupa
pa lopor cstnbllshmcnt, n second
ordor light, flashlhg white ovory 20
Tho light Is 213 ft, nbove tho wa
ter nnd 120 feet nbovo the ground.
Lhown fiom an octagonal, pramlil
lal, coiureto strurliiro, surniQiinted
liy a binek, cjllndrlcnl lantern, 'nnd
Is vlslblo about J24 miles! In clear
weather, Iho observer's oyo lfi feet
Tho iipproxlmnto geoginphlc pbsl
tlon of tho, light, ns taken from
Coast und Geodetic Survey 'Cli'art No.
4100, Is: Lntltudo, north, 21 (leg.
12 inln. 20 ecc; longltudo west, 16C
dog CS mln. 25 see.
Mokupii Islet, 110 deg 45 mln..
tiuu (SE. by K. 3-16 E. mng.), 3
nillos; Oknla Islot, 121 deg. 20 mln.
true (SE. 5-10 ):. nuig.). 3 miles;
KulaupaiM Light, 335 deg. 40 mln.
tine (N. hy W. 1-4 mng.), 1-4 mile.
Theiu Is n coiicietn oil house,
nbniit 1-10 miles NEW'ly, A concreto
wnlcr Innk about 30 feet southw'eut
erljj nnd n keeper's dwelling about
1-10 mllo wchtcrly from tho light.
Oil tho sniuo " dale, Maknnnlua
Light Station, n fixed red lens lan
tern light exhibited from n mast, lo
cated n limit 2,000 feet to tho north
ward of Ilia now llghthntiMi tower,
wns poriiiiiiiently discontinued. '
lly older n ftho lighthouse Hoard.
V. 8. HOUSTON,
Lleutennnti U. 8, N
Asslstnnt to tho Inspector,
12th L. H, DlstrleV.
Made to yoar measure, with Rood
and lininps to suit the, climate,
Tailor, 62 King. St.
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