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"K'tV, W,i-i''-.-''"'-" '
ftyftNlHQ nutLfiTm, HONOLULU, T. H.. tUURaDAV, Oct. If iUb
WMs$Si&-M!Li ' Guito-&
$, Weekly Calendar
Pacific Stated 5 p. m.
rfi . THUIISDAV
.Honolulu Commandcry Reg
ular 5 p.1 m.
All visiting meinher o( the
Unler cm cordially Invited to
t'ttvud uieotln,? ot local lodges
? H,nMnMv TonoF. tin .1 i n n
.-. - WV, ... V, .. -.. w. .
.Mcots every Monday evening at
U.on I. r n n L ll-.lt t.r M....!
fc! k! 11. IIKNDIIY. Secretary
r. D. WICKB, N. U.
fi.,AW vUItlui; brothers vury suraUll)
fBAIflJ I0DUE, Ho. 1, X. ct P.
Meets every first and third Frl-
May evening1 ut 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
,'jcrner Fon and Doretaula, Visiting
i' Uothori cordially Invited to attend.
P. T.. NUQKNT. V, 0.
&., II. GOSLING. K. It. 8.
,20HOLULU I0DGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1G, 1). P. 0.
Elks, meets in their ball, on King
Street, near Furt, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
lav I fed to attend.
H. A. DOUTIUTT, E. R.
11. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
aONOIUITJ AERIE 140, F. 0. X.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
r:30 o'clock la II. ot P. Hall, cornet
leretubla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles r Invited to at
ud W. M. McCOY, W., Prest,
II. T MOOUE. Secy.
7m. 1TKINLK7 LODGE No.8, X.ofP.
u Meets every .ud nnd 4tb Saturday
j. evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of V.
1 Hall, cor. Fort nnd Uerctanla. Visit
lng brothers cordially Invited to at
tend F. M. McGREW, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. It. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting; brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PEKUY, Sachem.
,K. V. TODD, C. of U.
FOR SALE AT ALL BAR!
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
.WINES, LIQOOBS. AND CIQABS.
W. C. 3ERGIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRIKXI
The most popular
1 place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
7ack Scully. Tack Roberts
Herald Pure Rye and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
101-105 KINO ST.
PH0HE 10. P 6, EOX
Ec:r on Tap
. B L U D W I N'E
ONLY table tlrink. Manufac
tured bv the
-Arctic Soda Water Works
t . PHONE 557
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juil ofpoiit. Hotel St. Friodi
European Plan Sl'.BO adayup
American Plan $9.00 a day .up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
Ings cost $800,000. HlghcUltohotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. OncarUnattraat.
ferrlneallovcrclty. OraalMI meets
all trains and steamers. .Seed for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recof&lied as
address,. "TrnwctJ." ABCCode.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market ' All make.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask' for the kind yon
Lehnhardt't Candies" always
Kinc and Fort St.
Even in Jnflan and China, where.
mattings are made, they are strivingc
for more beautiful effects. Come
this week and sec the new patterns
just in. Some cf them are so hand
some as to be suitable for wallcov
erings. All new patterns and moderately
Lewers & Cooke.Ltd.
177 S. Kins Street.
Chas. Riv Frazier
rODB ADVERTISBRI! '
hone371, 122 Kinf 'St
TRY THE' NEW'
This clip beats any yet made. It1'
is easy to handle and' holds fait.'
When you see if you'll' know itt' just
what you want. See window dit-'
Hawaiian fVews Co., Ltd.'
Alexander Young Bid?,
Yon can not'flhd'a larger and bet-'
ter assortment of Rold-monnted'
Than at our establishment
OUR PRICES ARE
And goods' are Guaranteed.
j fe Go.,
113 Hotel St:, Honolulu.
s: E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, cor, Hotel and
Alakea, - j
'Anyone in' need, o( flrst-blass spec
tacles' properly fitted tall'on him,'
at the B u 1 1 1 1 nofflcsfor five cent,
la om Inchthkk, triada-upof tyre'liun
dred Ish'tats of gaesf aH'. for a
Call and. tee Mike Patuanst the En
coro. Hawaii Chapter. No. 1. Order of Ka
mchamehn, will meet' this evening;" for
uegreo work. '
Court Camocs. No. 21ft C. 0 rlll
meet In Ban Antonio hAlUhls' evening;
at half-past soven. v.
B. D. Tcnncy has purcrrtaod a new
nutomobllo to .eplac on '.old 'one,
which ho hat sold.
Goto the Walklk.lttnt6r,'-awrm;
beat bathing on theiDttfeti'. No coral
and nno ratt for bsrhert.
Pacirte Hcbokah LbdgtC. No'l, I.- 01
O. V., will meet Inf'OdoVFellAws' hall
this. evening at-half-'oatt sevchi' !
Anything new in" the sporting line?
Anything good In the liquor line? You
Can find It at "The Two Jacks."
" nVAWRoecoe- and -bride,- neo Dillon,
left1 for VancouVdr' on' the 8. 8Ma'
raraa Shortly after their marriage 'on
DepUty Snerltr'HMo It'niUl'ln the'
buslnota of patchtnir'tipr;famtly n.nar
rolt end this morning, had n couplo of
qasea'fo flx'up,, '
Wrt Co:, atntai -
V. 'kr.'Swnnzy.tmtnager'o'f Th'co.- Hi
Davies,ft Cd.. hmturnpjl''froittB
bilRln. trip td HnVaib Ho' arrived
Tho: K.- WeTMte-A'Co'.'ti'aTe one of
.th)nnst''nssortments of tableWloW
knd llijuora ln'th'6 clt.'-' CalHup Phone
liO-ejid'get'H trial ordent -
Trjr aomo of the Vienna ' Bakery's'
Boston bn breair.andDbaWn!takel
bains. Win-be.deJtrered to residence
uponioiepnnno orqer. caliupirr.'
Oeorge H, Carter will liddrcta- their'
regular monthly meeting of the-Men
Clubiof. Bt. Andrew's .this'- bVb'nlngnt
8 o'clock in the Davles Memorial Hall.
The Rebokahs -will havo a'chfldron's
entertainment 'after the meeting 'this
evening4, to. 'which' all1 sisters: vUltlnir
sisters and, friends are Invited to bring
. Mr. and Mrs.JW. C. Crawford.'of 1,1
llha street, nrcout with "Invitations
for n birthday party In honor' of,' their
iniani son. mo party win bo held
on Sunday' next at the Crnwford ros.
Tho Pythian Sisters will havo a
dancp on tho Iflth pi 111" K. ofiP. hall.
whlcripromlRCs td'bo ono'nf tho best
of the o'ar. Th'rro will ho gorxl music
and 'refreshments. Tlio llckots aro
only fifty, cents.
A loiter received from Paul Kahl
baum, now at college on Kauai, states
that' he I n playing football on the cot-'
lego' team, and that 'on th'e first of
this month they were to play the Unl
verslty; of .Pittsburg, at. Pittsburg.
Superintendent Marston Campbell
and Geographer Marstfall started yes
terday on a trip 'around the Island to
give tho geographcwhls' first oppor
tunity of Inspecting the topography of
Tho Kaahuraanu Improvement CU'rt)
will hold a meeting tonight to nroteat
againstthe salo'of,Iot"lri the Board-
nun tractuva namber of Orientals.
Tho lots aro on Kiha'u street, new. Ka-
Fair exchange, no robbery.- Do unto
the 'other-fellow, aa -you.would have
him do unto-yousqnareidealH Try
tho Island TTsnsfOT., Phone 681 for' a
contract work 0.3 W McDbujiali,'
A horatr and Surry 'are' for' silo'
A.M -thta fflafftf
' lrf Honolulu Us Important that 'you
drink Primcs .the' beer-that's 'brewed
to suit the climate.
correct'nrtinnery l"a wonderful va
riety of patterpa now'belng'shqwn.at
Uiinn'a'Hat'Shon.'corner Fort and Bur-
, Yeo -Chan's -Dry Goods' Sttfre will no
gmvn special' sale Saturday." Remem
bor location' Is 'at Bethel' and'KIng
'New1 arrivals 'dtlsiclis A ln,roiigji'
straw ' sailor,,-; pat,t sim-giovespaaa
many other new thlnjrs, Call at.Sachs'
ahd..'g'et acquainted with, the - new
things . .tut ..-i 4
, At'BrdIe'J..Fprh.ndex,i 'movlng plc.;
turo show tonight Nalnoa'' will "play,
'some'i'of his inottfd1 airs and. hla two
little,, children the lemallcst'. rhuslcli
qns inthollawallanlalands willtals'o
periorm; - k , jf
LIHUB, Oct: 9. The total amount,1
of .poll' .taxes recplvo'di- during the'
period' Jilsl',lfinlBhed. at- Hiinaloli Is
$638lncliidlrig penalties, which beats
thtJ roeord In! (that- District Of this
amount, over $250 was .recolvod as
tho VfiHHltliof ''a blg'haul made last
month, br'thiDeputyrAsseBBor among
tho' dcliqtient"ChincBO tix' nay era I on
trie 'rlco plantations df' tlio District.
-The 'rico'"crop'had'irst" bcen;harveHtcd
and .'the nieri all) hid'v full pockets In
coiibcqiience.-uo It'vroTed to bo a good
tlmo to collect from (horn, and oVcr
thirty ware brought-, beforo Judge
yerner and coinnefhd;toi"dlgiup."
,j I & .i ly '' ' n ! .
I lirTearlorlai-.ireomalSe btl.
'near offlee'. Thiie are the telephone
numbert of the Bulletin offlof.
rA. -- - .r 'J T f. ii- i
hai; rmr A J flV' i- J
titv iransier to.
en Thousand People Riot
Protest Against Ferrers Death
PARId. Oct. 13. Ten thousand porsons today took part In a dem
onstration when word was received from Barcelona that Francisco Ferrer,
the great educator who was tried and convicted, of' being a revolutlon
News of the execution acted as the'hrcath of' wind which fanned the
krpcAilderlnginf-es of rovolt' among tUi mnlcontonta Into blare.- Boon 'tho
Strotts'were nllvc wllh'r'lotcrs. Bodies of desperrtto men nnd women
marched 'nlong-demindlng vengeance for th6 klllliig of Ferrer. Gond
armet1 wfewpoWerleM to preserve order. v
i Finally 'It became necessary to call nut the troops, so despernto Una
th'e condition bocome. Bugles sounded -through the city wand toon the
streets In 'thY quarter where the trouble had broken out resounded .to tho
beat-'oMron-shod Hoofs. Even In 'trie' face of tho'aoldlery the rioters did
not falter. Repeated orders to dltp'erso were! unheeded.'
Finally the' officer In cAmmand of the troops gave the ordcr'to charge,
Th'e mounted,.men dashed down upon the' struggling mass ot rioters.
Horsemen rode Into the'mfdst ot tile throng,, men and women were
trampled 'under foot. For a few minutes' tho sceno was one of wild dis
order. Then the rioters broke and the crisis was past.
Money For Forts
WASHINGTON, Oct. 13. Of far-reaching Importance Is tho decision
rendered by'the comptroller of the treasury today that money may'bo
'taken from ithe general fortification fund for 'the repair und supply ot
tho fortifications on tho island of Oahu, Territory of linwatl..
Whether or not tho general fortification fund could bo dlvertc'd 'to
such -ends has been a moot point among the military nuthorltle.1 nnd tho
rullng'of the comptroller has been anxiously awaited. Through the de
cision ample money Is assured for tho necessary repairs to tho fortifica
tions In Hawaii, nnd nlRO for' the pup plying of th'6 forts.-
I IP I ''
JAPAN ASKED CRAKE'S RECALL?
PKKIN, Oct. l.'l. Japan requested the recall of Minister Crnnc.
This is tho report current here In well Informed circlet) and It Is gener
ally accepted try those In -clone touch with nffnlrn. Cruno'B iittornnccs
were very distasteful to'tho Tokln nuthmitlcH and It Is generally believed
here that representations were made to Washington that tho presenco of
Mr. Crane ln'tthe Orient would not Do desirable, .
Thowh6lo affair has caused 'considerable talk hero. Tho recall
of Crane to' Washington cnuocd mortj'tlian a little surprise, and tho re
port, eonilngon'top of that; that the recall was brought about through
the Inlerfe'ronco of tho Japanoao authorities has sot tho gossips to talk
frig.' a i m '
PEKIN, Oct. ,13. Japan'hftssubmltted a letter to, tho Imperial Chi
Acso 'government, stating that she will Insist on her right' to bo taken Into
eoHsultntlo' in regard to all matters pertaining; to tho reconstruction
and 'maintenance of the Manchuria n railway. The letter was received
' This' has been one of the moot points and tba letter shows clearly
that the Japanese Intend to press' their rlnlm for consideration In nil mat
ters affecting 'Manchuria. t
imiimiii mil i i ' ' ' ii i i n
ifriyirilt' tnd 'Exprtidnf
yrood'and'Xoal Phone 588
shtre' From Hamburg!
Considerable anxiety was dispelled
upon thosarrlval early, thla morning ot
the gallant British ship bearing upon
her bows an ample collection ot let-
Tho vossdl came through tho channel
an id took hor'berth at Channel wharf
nrondly bearing her generous name
The Kirkcudbrightshire comes here
from Hamburg., She; Balled from the
qerman port, one Hundred and ntty
tour days nco. In her hold is a shltt-
ro'ent 'of. ".five thousand barrels" of 'ce
ment' from Atscn. The vosso Jwns' ly
r.B'lom'Walklkl'at an early1 houWthls
mtHntngiuhd from tho Beaclt road it
first appeared -to Bovcrnllporsona'tliat
the shin, was, n Bonis sore' of 'difficulty.
Suchihow'evor. was not the caso.
" The British ship was taken In tow
ey tho Intrepid and brought to nor
Captain' Roberta Is 'tho skipper' o(
the three-mnsted vessel. Tho Kirkcud
bright shlro Is a, fiho typo ot ship. Tho
master Is accomnanted by his wife and
twochlldrcni on this .voyage. The
shlpjcamdiby tho way of tho Capo of
Good Hope. t .
According to lier,'offlto'ri(''tho ship
mot with fair wenther'.thfonilh'out tho
groatcr iwrtlou of. thn voyage.- Thoy
gl-TTWC-J II !
HI J 1 BgB !BH,I 1 '
1 M '111 BtL
m A tHVR
I & I I 'Vkw W v
'111 HO Bngl. f IN F0R.QN POrvTi .! ARHtVEP I
v Exomtinff and Filling.
Vineyard' St., Xwa o!-Huuann Stream:
report that nothing Bcrvqd to mar tho
serenity of an uneventful and monot
onous trip at' sea. Thoy -sighted noth
ing and wcro not 'spoken throughout
The'KlrkcudbrlghtsliIro will romaln
nt hC nnrt for' about 'a 'week beforo
proceeding to 8eattlo,"Washtngton, for
which, port the vessel also nas u con
BIX INDICTED BV
FEDERAL GRAND JURORS
stealfhr, of 'twenty-five centt' worth
of''oll( the-nilcKed crime also having
occurred at'the Mollllll- quarry.
' Tho Fe'eral'Gran"JUrors return
c'd"a''trilotblll',agaliist'Ja'cob iJ 111
rirthr th'e K'ekaha pdstwaator', 'yho
etands' accused' of having embcz'ilcrt
the'suni'ot $981. 62 entrusted to his
Tho proprietor' of- th'e Japanese
Dally Chronicle will "havo to answer
before a Federal jury for publishing
Indecent arid obsccne'nrtlclcs In his'
newspaper, the' BpWlflo charge
ngalnst h'm being the depositing or
unmallalilemattcr In the United
An'lndlctmont Is returned 'ngalnst
a-Ja'pancso named TcSyattlku,' who is'
accused of distilling spirits without
first' obtaining a llcenso required by
Klm;Mbori Sung,, a Chinese 'chnrg
e'd with obtaining $300 from' Mrs.1
Tdrefca Ma'rks on the' representation
that he was a police officer,' is named
in' a 'true bill returned by trio Fed
ral'lnqiilsltdrs. " The sov'ontli Indlitmout lB"agatnst
T. Iilnioto. who Is' charged "with
The' w: W; Aftsna
Thii-sdv. October 14.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. If:'
B. S, Hllonlan, henco Oct. G. ,
HI l.ilfkl.l. nut nl'nrt nt Tth'ltrtt. WO
.i --v.- w ti i...m.. ..iin.i
. Wii Kr. i.. ii. .... "" .v.. -
for' (blank) j Should he liim.i
BIWnAt. VI&UtRtJt well known
on Ihn Pflclfle aro ronorted to hRvo I
been ncnulrcd by foreigners. Ori tho
list Is' the Ipn fourmastcd bark Van!
iluuVa. 1316 tons register. She wa.
built ln'lSS2 nt Glasgow nnd was pur
chased by Norwegians for about $15,
000. Another Is the bark Lota, built
Ht'Olasgow In 189$.- She ronlUcd about
the same-price at auction and will ba
transferred to Norwegian register.
The Iron rour-mastcd bark Mnrlcchcn,
which has been lying nt Hamburg for
some timer has been sold by order of
the court for 67,000 marks, nnd tho
Iron ship flrnmblctyo, 1472 tons reg
ister, Is also reported as having been
Bold for about $10.000. Chronicle
BRINGING a full cabin passenger
list mid 65 on deck, the Intur-lslaod
steamer Claudlnc from Hawaii and
Mnul ports was an early' arrival this
morning. TheClamllne brought n
trtmi.rnl rflrcn Inrlllfllnc 2 hn&VV tdcCCR
of sugar milling machinery, 73 sacks)
of paddy, 60 sacks of sugar, IK sacks
of corn, 10 barrels of'wlnc. 60 bales of
hides nnd 217 'packages of sundries.
On Meek there wbb n consignment of
56 hogs nnd 25 head of cattle. Tho
Claudln'o exiwrlciifced fine wo'nlhcr on
both the outward nnd Inward trlp.'ac
cording to Jho report of Purser Klb
THE "DEPARTURE of tho United
States' Army transport Thomas for
Manila nt S o'clock this evening will
doubtless bo- attended by n largo con-
courso'Of tho friends' nnd admirers of
tho Phlllpplno Constabulary BAnd. Tho
irnnsnnrt will p1l nt the lonely Island
trnnsnort will call at the lonely Island
of Guam before reaching tho capital of
tho Philippines. Down In the hold or
the'nrmy boat' Is a largo -shipment of.
structural Iron nnd steel Intended for
the naval station nnd (inartcrninster's
dopot nt Quani. It Is expected that
tho -Thomas win mo tieinineu tncroior
threo or four days.
PURSER KIDI.INO of tho Inter-Island
steamer Clnudluc, which arrived
from Manl and Hawaii , ports this
morning, reports tho schooner Bore
alls nnd Mnlsoii steamer Kntcrprlso
nt Hllo. The bark Ncullly was riort.
od nt Kahiitul nt the tlmo that the
Claudlnc Balled for Honolulu.
ACCORDING TO ADVinX rrrclwil
hero tho J'aclflc-Mall alanmhli Asia,
which sailed from llimiluli: on Sep
tember 30th 'for Ja'puii and Chlr.n
ports arrived '.nt Yokohama on la.:
TUB AMERICAN rrhoontr llclenn
is reported lo rmv-i arrived nt Port
Townsond on Tno.liy Tlio vi'ssel
left this port for IMS.'. Sound on Sep
TliB PACIHC MAIU liner Slbcrln,
wltlrpaesengors und general cargo-for
Honolulu, Is ri'imrtcd to hnvo sailed
from Yokohama on Tuesday last.
, Tlin LIGHTHOUSE tender Kukul
wns nn arrival nt the port'thls morn
ing. Tlio veasol lfas been on one of
her regular crulscsi about tho lila'nds.
THE CL.AUD1NE towed tho schoon
er Muriel out of tho Krt of Ha'tia on
last Tuesday prior to her departure
LlHUB,J0ct."!l. This' school, slt
tiated on tho government rond-near
the -north side ot Mbloaa Valley, be
tween Anaholn and Kllauea,- wob
omitted from the list of schools of
Knual County-published In thoGnr
deh iBland of Sept. 25, and we 'will
nrcBcnt Its figures now, so that It
can bo ndded to tho roll;
Principal, Miss Carlotta Stewart.
Totul enrollment Ot
Averngo attendance ......... ..-.09
Part Hawallans 19
llnwailans , 7
The school Is In u fine location in
nigrass-covcred yard, with a view of
tho mount'ulns on one side nnd tho
ocean, tcvoral miles nway, on the
other. Near by Is tho famous grnvo
ot kukul trees,) which beautifies that
section. The yard Itself, however,
has no trees As yet except a very few
young ones; which have been do
nated by friends nt Kllauea.
There uro two rooms In the build
ing, which havo a total seating ca
pacity of 80, so thcro is plonty of
room for all the pupils.
Tho turf of tho jardmakes a vory
good play ground and tho children
enter with zest Into tho enjoyment
of their recreations, the bovs mak
ing n specialty of baseball and high
jumping, and tho girls playing bas
ket ball und other games.
Tho majority ot tho children hero
come from tho homes of the small
tillers of tho soil In tho Moloan Val
ley und thereabouts, especially -the
rlco fields" of tho Japanese and the
mileanna of the llnwailans.
Blank books .of all sorts,' ledgers.
etc., manufactured by the Bullotlo'of thn Third Circuit Court whirl.
Timrndav. October 11.
Stmr. Claudlnc, from Hnwnll nnd
Maul porta;, past, and gen. cargo.
Br. Bp..'KlrKCU(HllBnisiiiru, in unjo
fmm .tlninbiirg: ecu. cargo; a. m
- -------- - , Kllklli
tender Kukul, froui
U, S. A.' T.
Thomas, for Manila, via
Guam; pass, nnd gen', cargo, B p. in.
Stmr. W. O. Hull for Knual ports,
C p. m. i
Stmr. Clamtlne,for Maul and Kauai
ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Manna Ia for Maul nnd Ha
waii ports, Kona nnd Kail, noon.
T. K, K. B. 8. Nippon Mnru, for Sin
Francisco.. p. nt.; pass nnd malls.
C.-A. 8. S. Aornngl, for Brlsbano and
Sydney via Suva, p. in.; pass, nnd
t DUB TOMORROW I
T. K. K. S. 8. Nippon Mam.
China and Japan ports, p. in.
nnd general cargo.
O. 8. S, Alameda, from 8an Fran
cisco; pass, and mails; duo noon.
C. A. 8. 8. Aorangl, front .Victoria,
n. in.; pass, nnd malls. '
Stmr. Mnitnn Kca, from Hnwnll and
Maul ports, a. m.
Per' stmr. Claudlnc,- from Mnul nnd
Hawaii ports, Oct. K. D. Dearth. Mrs.
r Flinders Miss E. Smith, E. 1.
Chnpln, C. H. Brown, F. M. Swaniy.
J. a. Palmer, F.' 11. llayselden.- V: B.
cl..nnl n n.ilnn r. n Wlllnril. K if.
'Mb'c11o 'Mr'g w g Mountcasllo, liov.
i.. .. ' .. ... ...... t a t ..-
II. aiurrHy w. r. oauery, j. t, nwiv.
Mrs. Lopez, Mrs; Wlshard,
Per U. S. A. T. TlionaM for Manila,
via Guam, Oct. 14. 6 p. in. Mrs. J.
Irwin Jr. and child. Mrs. II. C. Jid
son nnd child, Mrs. II. R, Van Dovn '.
Mrs. J. U Van Duvntc, Mrs. J. Br-ioks,
nnd 2 daughters, Mrs. K; T. Morris, R.
W. Hinds. A. M. Clerk.
Per stmr. Mn'una Kca, fnr'Mhulnmt
Hnwnll ports. Mrs. R. U Wilcox. Mis.
13. Rice, Miss Parsons, C. H. Ktcugoi
and' wife, Mrs. A. Lewis. Mrs. A. Gnrl-.
ley, Mrs. P; C, Jones, W. A. Dean, II.
'IV Mills. Miss K. Whitney, Geo. Mooro,
Misses Bard. Miss Blanchard, Mrs. J.
Moneorrat, Mra. C. A. Stoblo, II. D.
Baldwin. If. ScltuHz.
, P6r stmr. Mnunn I-on, for Maui ami
Hnwnll ports, Oct. .15. Miss M.
Crowes, Miss B. Savior, Mrs. Brim-
khaw, a.'A. Marshall, w; Toad. Mrs.
Fltzpatrlck. T. C, Wills. F. R. Grcen
wcll, Mrs. W. M. McQuald nnd 2 chil
dren. Mrs. R. Wallace, Miss Wnllrtco,
O! T. Shlpman.
Per stmr' Claudlnc. for Maul and Ha
waii porta, Oct 15. Jndgo S. II. Kings
bury, Mrs. Cockctt, Mrs. Shlro, Mrs.
A. J. Fernandez, Miss Glbb.
Buford, from Honolulu for San Fran.
Cisco, Oct. G.
Dlx, nt Manila.
Logan, at Manila.
Thomas, from San Francisco, at Hono
Blierldnn, from Manila, for Seattle, ar
rived, Sept. 15.
Malls' nro duo nt' Honolulu from
points ns follows:
8an Francl,BCo Per" Alameda, tomor
row. Yokohama Per Nlppon,Maru, Oct. 10.
Vancouver Per Aorangl, Oct. 15.
Colonies Per Mnkurn, Nov.9.
Malls will depart for tho following
points as follows:
Manila Per U. 8. A. T. Thomas, Oct.
San Francisco rcr Nippon Mnru,
., Oct. 10.
Yokohama Por Tcnyo Maru, Oct. 19.
Colonics Per Aorangl, Oct. 10.
HEMENWAY .WILL NOT
(Continued from Pace l) '
is n difference of opinion as to tba au
thority of tho Supervisors In tho 'prem
ises. It ibolng claimed by County At
torney Williams that" tho board Is
wlthbut authority, to nullify his ap
pointment of Smith.
. "Tho Territory cannot bo expected
to -soiul n deputy from tho Attorney
General's department to Hawaii," said
Mr. Hcmcnway this morning. "Tlio;.
last Legislature went on record as bo.
Ink oppotcd to tlio Idea of tho depart
ment participating In any way In thn,
prosecution of ciimtnal,' cases In'1 tho '
counties and wo aro naturally anxious' '
to adhere to tbo sentiment then so
Attorney General Honienwny Is tup.
ported In 'his view by Govornor Fron1.
who ntso statod this mornliig that thn
Territory could' not b6 expected to
como tn tho assistance of Hawaii In
the maimer desired.
Tho Incident Is closed as far ns tho
Territorial government Is concerned
and thoro docs not seem to bn nny
basis for a boiler that Its attitude on
thexmattor will be changed.
Tho question to bo solved Is hnw
tha, county of Hawaii Is going to proa-
i.mi, ii rm'ci i?fnro ihn iti.ii... .....,
opens on October 27,