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BVKMINO BtrLLETOi. HONOtOtT). T. H., TUESDAY, NOV. 9,' 1409
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J Pacific Stated.
i , Hawaiian First Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Order
of the Tmpls. '
Ltl Aloha .'Chapter No. ?
j "'' Regular.
All visiting members ot the
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meotlngs of local lodges
Jleet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7.nn t t.t
UAnW ENGINEERS' Mmbe .of
BENEFICIAL A?IATI0N. emtiens cor
KAR110NY tDOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1
Kcate every Monday evening at
I JO hi I 0. O. F Uell, Fort Street
H. It. HENDRY, Secretary
V. D. W1CKE. N. 0.
All visiting brothers vary cordially
QAHU, LODQE. Ho. 1,
K. of P
Meet every first and third tti
by evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
tamer, Fort and Beretanla Visiting
roilny- curdlally Invited to attend
F I.. NUGENT, C. C.
" R. GOSLINO. K. R B.
HONOLULU LODGE 01G, B. F. 0. S.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Rtreet, near Fort, every Friday even
Ins. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited (o attend.
B. A. D0UT1HTT, E. R.
H. C. EASTON, 8ec'y.
eojCOLVLTJ iERLF HO, P. 0. I
Meets ou tht 4 and ttb WKD-
. 4ESDAY avanlngs of each month at
1.30 o'clock In K.. of P. Hall, cornet
:ctnnla and Fort streets.
Visitant Eagles re Invite to at
W. M. McCOT, W., Preet.
' (1, T MOORE, Secy
Vm U'lONLEY LODGE No.8, X-oft
Meets every nd and 4tb Saturday
irenlng at 7:30 o'clock in K. of F
Qall, cor Fort and Rereta.nla. Vlalt
lag brntber cordially Invited to ai
toi t M McGREW, C. C.
' E A JACODSEN, K. R. P
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, L 0. R. JL
Meets every first and third Thurs
lays ot encb month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Jlally Invited to attend.
',VL. A. PERRY, Sachem.
ki E. V. TODD, 0. of R.
k Rainier Beer
fOS SALE AT AIL BAM
'The Finest Bathing on the Beack.r
Meals At All Boon.
iWTNES, LIQUORS. AND CIOABI
-,W. 0. eehqin. Proprietor.
! L U N 0 H E 8 and DRINK
Vwl Til A mhst nutinti
place in town
The Fashion Saloon
,?.J) Hotel Et near Fcrt
!i Soully Jack Koherlf
Beer on Tap
, ,lt. W. 0. CHALMERS
"General Contractor nnd Builder.
3" jEstimatcs Furnished
it I' Free of Charj;e.
?Eobm 11, Kaniolani Building.
Iouolulu, IV a.
I i . .BEER
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just sppoilte Uotel St. Fisncls
European Plan S1.B0 day up
American Plan $3.00 day up
Steel and brick structure, faralsb
lugs cost S200,000. Hlf h clasafcotai
atmoderate rates. Center of Urtatrt
and retail district. Oncarllneitransi
f erring allover city, Omnlbtsatneets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francises.
Hotel Stc'vart.,now rtcognlaad oa
Hnwaila n Island headauarsre. Cable
aaaracs, "iraweis." a a u win
! L I
Next to Cable
LAND, ANq WATER
and .Mules on '
There arc several forma of trans
liortatlon Included In thu 2.O0O tons
of general frotght which Is now be
ing unloaded from the Matson Nav
igation fcteamer Lurline. This ves
sel drew up at the wharf about U
o'clock this morning with a largo
nml assotted cirgo.
Four automobiles from the "coast
were down bolow. On deck flCty
ulno mules, six horses and a. lono
cow reigned supreme, while at the
after part of the ship reposed a slx
t -two-foot power launch, the prop
erty of Mrs. S. C. Allon.
In tlio cabin the Lurline brought
a largo number of returning kan
mlnas. Fifty-tree people occupied
tho llrst-class staterooms and In the
steerage were three passengers for
In addition to Jho general cargo
for Honolulu, tho Lurline 'carries In
transit sonw 900 'tons destined for
Kahulul nnd 1,100 tons for. Hllo.
The deck load of mules and horses
nro to Schumann and the Water
house Trust Company.
The now launch, which comes to
the order of Mis. Allen, Is In etery
way a line craft. The launch has
engines capable of developing 120
horto nowcr and Is Known as an
eastern standard engine. The ves
sel was built at the SnnnBon yards,
Tho Lurline brings people tfho
are well known In boclal and com
mercial circles In the Islands.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tonny and
Miss Tenuy returnVd after having
participated In the launching ot
the now Mntson liner Wllhclmlna' at
Mrs. Col. Zleglar is back from a
tlsit (o the mainland. Captain nnd
Mrs. Ilerger and 'child also returned
ufter a month spent on ;the Tnaln
land. The Jolly Knplemelster de
clares that ho was much b'Snefitteu
Ky the trip to1 'the coast. 'While
away ho secured (new- music which
will bo put Into shape for his must
clans. Ilerger Insists 'that lie is
feeling younger with each 'succeed
ing trip to the coast, and he was ac
corded quite- nn ovutlon hs he
stepped from the gang' plank 'this
Ficd C, Smith, general passenger
nnd ticket agent of tho Oahu Rail
road, has been on a business trip to
tho states and returned by the Lur
line. Tho Lurllno Dispatch was filled
with fresh wireless (newa dally and
the plant worked to perfection.
Taking tho heavy ,n6rthwesterly
swells which tho Lurline encoun
tered throughout most of her trip
down from San Francisco, the Indi
cations point that some bad weather
exists between Honolulu and tho
The Lurllno will bo given a
prompt dispatch for the Island ports
through the agency of Castle and
Prisoner Leaps From Train, Rock
ford. Illv Oct 19.' Loula ,, E onz! ot
Kockford. on' his way"to tho Pontlac
reformatory1, escaped from, a deputy
sberlft today by plunging bead flrst
through tho glass of a car wlnllow
whilo tho train was running 45 miles
an hour. u
Wants Mr. Balllnger to Resign.
Milwaukee Wis. Senator La Folletto
tn his magazlno practically demands
that Ilia resignation of Secretary of
tho Interior Richard A. Balllnger bo
nillud for by Prosldont Taft If 'the
noo:,eelt policies are to bo carWd
out and tho nation's natural resources
. I LOCAL AND GENERAL
Th la Nltkid Scratch fad for Mia
at tho-i 1 1 14-n dVflet fa flvalcanttV
k onV.lndh thleV) mitfe upf twa hurV
drad ahsett of Bd papar. 8lx for a
quft'. ' L
o'o to lllom'si today.
Call and tM' Mike Patoc at th En-
Automobiles haik rdWa". 'Erbfilre
staud. I'hone 212. Uethol and Uotal.
Tha Honolulu Clothaa Claanlnc Co.
3 kaep your cldthes Ilka haw. Tel. 347.
.The 'smMfMtlUiVii'the- last flaty
toi '1 1 J prTfi nihiTttt IiaJl.ofiMea.
you; at t6i V&Wl mt icleatert. tIT2f
Fori 4tw:T"srw;t y.. '
"For u aalrldfii.' carf-f Jerfy
Roonay'a Packard Telephone COa,
Klna-.and BfsboD atraeta. . n '
1VA.L. . . m
J i Anjrnung new m we aporani usmi
fl AnytStngood in the Hqu6t UaT Vou
can find It at "The Two Jacks."
If 'you want agood Job done on
auto or carriage 4ae It toHawallaa
Carriage Mfg. Co.,'tt Qdeeri St'
Tho TheosopUcal'' Society meets 'to
night at the' KllohWa' ArtJf League
rooms at 7:30. Visitors welcome.
For .the best automobile service, ring
noHWfl,'"'nMboon transforrc.d to Am
nrriVcll' ol'Ms fsiloijosBor, 'Drflarqusr
diet A-c'coi-mdf,t"lll'o' aotrng' bonsnh'
. Tllf HaHailahif,tAi6, Oeiwan
Irtctl-niktiHbtin'Htii" Tnnnlhfc. flfiftut
reidhdten ftfleb'wera Iniposellilplin tAb
quaot;mP"!"H1 "' ni-rn;(i -it
hnVMsTmadn off with some of the ner-
waip'fer',:'heiTinf Wore 3iid(jAiT-
corrflrtlied 'evr";uhlll iNovbrirbeV'W."
lf'esf llciKafb' 'and "ttlmnra'-each
n teflltpot' roKinUulttrig'ln Vflstlo-en-
vuuutor vu vuv wi mv puuiit mvrvutu
bookeU'lfor" tBo" afaUJnt,by0ie,'p6!e"
onlrJudgoVAriirrade ,dia'tn-fb this'
morning.' 'tf.nti.t ? t U' f- Hr.
A'bracii oriapahose1 'Hft'na'1 liana
players 'ere -not working when they
were pinched by Deputy Sheriff Rose
ond Officer Kellett last night. Tho
party as interrupted In Its dellbera
jtlons over a knotty financial' problem
M a Kalakaua street tenement house.
Biz "members of 'the party wero caught
and each drew a fine of seven dollars
and the court trimmings.-
Kalmukl aoesd'P'get 'its reservoir
Just )et. Tho bids opened yesterday
by 'Superintendent. of public works
jrarstou uampneu 'ere .toe nign nor
the Terrltoryand were acedrdlngly'de-
-cllnedi the Concrcto. Construction
Co. offered to build IMor I'5i496'and
225 days as the pertod'h'eeded In which
to complete the 'work. The other bid-
'dcrs were 'Jdhn Walker. $28,100 and
F: E. Richardson, 'I2,H0.
The IBth'injtautii the-Tait day
for paying the second half of taxes'
ai a coniorencc-.nem yestoraay in
the Onvernor'aidfOco', J,, A. Rath, 'sup
erintendent of the Pttiama Settlement,
suggested 'to Tr. 'Vlctor"S, Cldrk that
a census of .'sociological data-bo In
cluded In the Federal' census Vok In
Ilnwsll." Dr. Clark1'' 'stated that) If
enough moriev could be ralsod locnllr
to provide for ihej Employment df, a'
few extrarnien-nu1 Uld hot (doubt that
wio uepunmeny ni wasnington wouiu
authorize tho work.
A competitive examination under theJRoblngon ne American sdhoonor Eva
ruleaof,the'TJ. 8jlfH Sorvldo Com
mission for (he Wltlon of "Examiner.
fl General Merchandise" at IlGOO'per
i .- T.t .i-. . '
VUUUI1I, 111 II1Q UUBlUHl IIUUSO, 11U0U-
lulU, will Wheld Decomber 18, com
mencing ata.'i:" Applications' for
this examination must be made on" the
prescribed fojta' which 'wlth'the.neces-,
from tho CommlBslbh'ri Ibfcdl "rcpVesen-
ittiivu. juuu rr. ouuri, secreiary uivu
Scrvlconoard . ".'i":
' t" liii ittt';
- ' - iff - ..!(
i. .;: : . i
classmen auB, - , ,
A scarf ild' has" , jJefld "ioaK
classified ads , ,. ,
Salo df 'ladles' and chlldreo's'roady
made suits' and skirts at Blom'a at 8
o'clock thls'morninc. " ' "' " ',
ProMrty'aJid income iaxetjnmt
be naid'on 6r 'beTore ,the 15th in
stant.' or-ten p?r ceht'-wiinie added.
Where .did you'getfthosedeliclous
Jellies anaJJamsT 'At the 'Woman's
Exchange.". v codfse, ' -Hote'V'near
'Fortmayarilde. ( . ' it
u-YoiI ia'n lay Oougd'Rooflhg yourself
If need be, so simple la It to put It on
your'rOoT.TIt'Ja weatHer.Tlro and acid
proof,' elastic and odorless, sold by
Lowers, ft,Cookty'Md.!. ,
Behsoh'.'S'filth; Co.','Ltd.. have Just
received another Bhlpment ot the Goo.
Haas & Son celebrated candles from
Ban Francisco: , these aro delicious'
abditnuch,a6ught after by persons "who
are judges of candy,
The Insure Is a , dnjy ypu owe yo'u'r
rflf, your 'family ''and yourc'rodltors.
Nearly .'evofy inanihoijld carry 1flro,
lfa' and ac'cldont' Insurance. (The Ha
waiian -Trts't 'Cmnpany,' Lfil!; j ropro
eentt the best companies lu atl'llnei.
.11 ! !
qityTiansfetCn , m
i r 'J. H. Love v r mm loc
Waod and Deal Phone 581
O.'W. MDwp Prtp. , .rx ITiaayard .. Ewa a Nunanu Sintm.
I PLANS, AHE 11BIN0 worked out
at tho Navy .Department for the four
lubmhrlnes Authorized by 'Congress.
Proposals wlll'be" asked for construe-
Hon soon. These and the fleet col-fcr
ler-also authorized b) Congress
ohiprlsethe shlp'work still remain-
n'g toh be donVractcd! for by the u-
rill i establishment' under Increases fn
pfjNavjmfreauY prdtfded fori The
ikh.t.- iu 'nltrn-nriin' fur milimnrlnefei
shdue'to tho 'effort to obtnln tho'
rj" latest intprovemcnts. Congress
pproprlated' 1"$2,000,000 Tor ' the urwr a niuuui b nuy in uiusu
lilIdlriBlof'tliefliBhliiHUlid l900.00U'.tmttbe squUdroil Will start on Its rc-
ontha'tollltr. " Rids for" the JattMr"
,tii.!4Jin,ilJ.M..i J,Uiiiiiltti hhdl'
k.'l- Ji..i i.Ji .1.1 i. nl.ilriJ.iiltrt6iOhlneteLand Jniianeso norts. homo-
fepeiu of -'fourteen' knots fora Wraseii wartf. boiin'd, provides for the arrival
lhat wHII'barryni2,'S00 tons of ioal,of rthdiTennosaeolandilho Washington
Including bunker- and argo. atWooiSunaJ on Doo. C, and lat Yoko-
Utill ill ir M' k i jjhamtf fot'eoal on Doc'. 13. Tlio Call-
I STRANDED' IN HONOLULU and fornla land Hho Botith Dakutd will nr-With-the
prospect; of a hard win- rlvoiw fYokohama for coal Doc. 7, at
ipr-'brfforeMilmJune Hawkins, Woo-Bung' otf Dec, SU, 'and at Yoko
Ban 'Francisco lad,Mowed yawyon hatrra'asalnttdricoalion Jan'lC. Tho
ktw Steamer Siberia- In the hope of West Virginia and Pennsylvania will
IBtUTrilflg'lto Sari PrnncHco. dtarrtv at "fokohamalfor coal on Dec.
!u.Md. idiuJ.i, -. ,l. .... ).".l'r ' THti r Hiilnrndn tnrful tlio.'Marvlanil
ie)wa one'daj: dut from the i.
md'rf -and "when his plight became
k'nown to the nnssenecrs a miiwe'wun
bnllected whldh enabled him to pay
lils passage 'to this ilty.
I Hawkfns 'sald,( upon his arrival
this morning, that ho went to tho
Islands last month on the Mongo
lia, but whemho' n.irlied there he
felt the call of his old fireside and
decide to returnees best he could.'
fl. F. Ilullctln. ''
ORDERS HAYE been received at
the Mare Island rNm Yurd for the
corumlsRlonlng-ortho cruiser Now, Or
leans, which has been nut of commis
sion iWhllo, uuUeVttoIng repairs 4op tho
last Cwu,years'. Vheofflctals expect to
have tho orulaser ready by Dec. 1G.
It Is reported that the New Orleans
will bo placed In command of Com
mander, J. J. Knapp, now commanding
the montor Cheyenne,, now undergo
ing extensive repairs. Preparations
are being made for target! practice at
Magdalena Day. ' The Irfs rece '
comtqlssloned as mother ship for iaor
pedo boats; will accompany the flotilla.
The Buffalo, under command of Com
inamfc'r Guy Brown, Is under orders to
sail for Magdalena Bay to act as sta
THREE VESSELS have left Grays
Harbor for the Hawaiian Islands, each
iltaklnrftfu'n cargoes of lumber The
schooned M. E. Foster Is now out twenty-two
(days from 'tlie tfort and bound
fnr. Hnnfililtii urlti. f..M.t.- - in a
Is destined for Mabukona and hcrllum
ber rls consigned to. tho Hawnll "Rail
way This vessel Is now out .sixteen
days. Tho schooner Dauntless, with
cargo for the City Mill, 'cornea to Ho
nolulu and Is no. out fourteen days.
SEVEN HUNDItED and fifty tona of
amunltlon for .three-inch guns la com
ing'to'ltawall by the Matson Navlga-'
tlon steamer Hyados,' which Is J to
loavaJhe-Soandilhis Aveokfor Itort'olli
lu. ,The Hyados went Into dry dock
before, taking on lior cargo at Beattld
The vessel Is also brlnglng-lOOdruins
of gasoline and 'other 'lines of freight.
THE WIRELESS 'installation "on
board tho Pacinc Mall llncrKoroa met
wth the highest oxnectatlons Tho
PAclflc Mallilnor drrlved at Yokohama
on Sunday and ilie vessel Was in com
munication with either the Hawaiian
Islands or tho 'const of Japah each 'day
oi nor voyage,
ONE HUNDRED and fourteen days
uui irom now York Is the present
status of the'Amorlcan bark Nuunnn
which is bringing genoral cargo 'of
morcnamiise to.thelagency of Thed, H.'
Davlos & Co. i.V j ,
THE ARRIVAL of tho bark R. P.
Rlthet' at San Franclsco'iis reported.
This Vessel fcatldd frVmi'llonoluld on
October' pth1 and 'the yel was nearly
a month on tho return trip to the coast
THE OCEANIC dock win bo'ntlllsed
by the United Statea army transport
Sheridan wiien.'that -vessel arrives at
tho port from' San' Francisco on 'Frl-'
day. ' i" th
' - "
Style and Fit
! ' 1'at n ifin
t. iA. Ek'"i "a r"""'
. THERE WI1.1. bo some Interesting
experlmentn.iiutiii! In dry docMns war
ihlps furiclcnhliig and painting, by
Rcar'Atlmlrdl Sebree's armored cruls
squadron or tlio rucnic ncei un n
visit to tne l'lillippinc isianus. ah
offort will be made to ciock me eigm
ahlpB at Olongapd In Heven days, tho
laal'two If possible In 24' hours. Tho
shlpai ArrUdd .there on Nov. 1 and
after WfoW idayk JlbortV' td Iho mill
In'that port, tho ships will havo their
battle practicoiin tne tnuia tea.
turtf itoyagej " ' if
The Vltlneinn' of ithditnitadron's visit
.will 'arrive atXobe for ciial on Dec. 5.
' fongk6ng nnn.Derf.( 31, uild at Kdlie
""ti. . i: i.) r si
' CONTRACTS FOR tho transporta
tion of largo quantities of coal fur de
livery at flit) 'naval stations bt Munlln
and Honolulu havo been awarded by
the Navy Department. A largo num
ber of bidders niibmltted proposals lu
carry coal in two, four nnd six car
goes. Tlio Nmy Department deslg
prated the ports for the loading ot tho
cargoes as either Baltimore, Norfolk.
Newport News or P hlladelphla. Tho
coal Is to be New River, Pocohontart or
Georges Creak coal, and Is to be sup
plied 'by tho government. The sail
ing dates nro to bo siimcleutly fur
apart fur a differoncu of ten dajs lu
the departure of thu vessels.
Contracts for the entire transporta
tion 'weid awarded to tho Baker
Transportation Company or New York
at the rate of $3.38 per ton for tlio
delivery of four to six cargoes at Ho
nolulu, and at the rate ot $2 69 per
ton for 'the delivery of two, four or
six cargoes at Olanlla.
THE NEWCASTLE coal fleet on tho
berth, loading or on the way to tho Ha
waiian Islands, 'now numbers. thirteen
atoamcrs land sailing vessels. Three
of the vessels nre steamers of fair ton
cage"and should arrhe hore with a
shipment ot (about .six thousand tons
each. Tho German freighter Abgurd
is reported to lmo sailed from New
castle, N. 8. W., for Honolulu on No
vember G; this vessel comes to 11.
Hackfeld & Co.
FIVE THOUSAND sacks of fertil
izer will bo shlppeir to Knual by tho
Inter Island steamer Klnau, which Is
schediiU'd to depart at G o'clock this
evening. Tho Klnau will discharge
the'fcrtlllzcr at Port Allen. The1 vessel
also 'carried' 'other extensive llnds of
cdrg6.' Several returning legislators
ww taKo'paBsago by tho 'vessel.
THE ALAMEDA s balling for San
Francisco 'at 10 '-o'clock tomorrow
morning with n shipment of sugar.
tinned 'pines and other lined of lllu.
wallad"lruducts. -Thd steamer will
carry a fair-sized 'list of pisscngcrs.
At'B o'olook this ovenlng tho Inter
Island steamer Noeau, for the ports of
Kawaihae'and Mulitlkonn, Is scheduled
tb'Sdll, 'taking a general curgo for Hn
Tlir. BARK 8. C, Allen with a ship
ment of lumber for-Allon & 'Robinson
is reported .In havo loft 'Eureka, Calf.,
sevcu UnyB ago. Tho vessel lu bound
" M '"'
THERE ilS A lurgo freight list
aboard 'tho 'American-Hawaiian steam
er Mlssoufia'n, which has sailed from
Ean Francisco, destined for Honolulu.
FROM BALLARD, Washington,
comes tho roport that tho schooner
Endehvbr has been'dlaced on th'o'bcith
to'Ioad cargo destined for'Hondlulu.
A 'SHIPMENT of oil for tho Union
Oil Company left'Gavlotn on Novcm
bet 6th 'by the stoamer.Santn Rita.
W. V. Atiana Co.,
W V 111 Jl u
' 63 Bo. King St.
Sfl O O
IN FOREIQN PORTS . . I ) ARRIVED . 1
Tuesday, November 9.
PORT l.UmJOW Hnllod N0V,g;
Sehr. Jns. Holph, for Illlo.
COI.0MI1IA Hiyr.lt Sailed Nov. S:
Sclir. Churchill, for Honolulu,
SAN FRANCISCO S illed Nov. 9:
S. S. Siberia, 1 p.m. for Honolulu.
MAHUKONA Arrhi-il Nov. 8:
Schr. J. II. Ilruce, from San Frat
THE DUTCH cruiser Noordbrabant,
from San Francisco, Is In port after
having participated In tho recent fes
tlvltles held at tbo California city. Thr
vessel Is now on route to her perms
nent station In Java. The vossel culls
hero for supplies nnd conl. It Is ex
pcted that tho cruiser will, remain at
Honolulu for several days. The war
vessel Balled from Sin Francisco on
October 30th and while sho made-no
j.retcnscs of fast stenmlng, the trip
was an uneventful one.
WITH THE usnnl lines of freight
fnr Hawaii nnd Maul ports the Inter
Itland steahior Mauna Kca got away
for Hllo via wny ports ot noon today
Tho vessel carried a number of leglr
latofs who have completed their duties
i.t tho extra session. Tbo departure
of the Uland liner was witnessed by
quite a number of spectators.
THE POLICE descended upon the
Menmer lwiilnnl at nn early hour thli
morning nml Inndcd right on ton of r.
full-lllcdged crap gnmo going on there.
Three snllors belonging to thu vessel
wero compelled to accompany the ofli
cers to the station. Tlio crop shooters
wero given a flno of nlno dollars an
costs each by Jiidgo Andradc.
THE STEAMER Ivvalanl Is ached
tiled to depart today fqr Honokna and
Kukulluiulp with a general cargo.
Malls are due at Honolulu fron
points aa follows:
Yokohama Per Chljn Maru Nov. 14
Vancouver Per Mamma. Nov. IS
Malta will dopart for the follow lui
polntc as follows:
San Francisco Per Alameda Nov. 10
Yokohama Pcr'Nlppon Maru Nov.
Vancouver Per Makura, today.
Colonics Per Mnrnina. -Nov 13.
Bufurd arrived at San rrnnclsco from
Honolulu Oct. fi.
Dlx sailed for Scattto Nov. 8.
Logan, sal'ed for San rrnnclsco on
Thomas, at Manila.
Sheridan, sailed from San Francisco
for Honolulu. Due 12th.
Yida And Colleagues
Found Guilty By
A jury In Judge Da Bolt's depart
ment ot the Circuit Court this morning
returned a verdict of guilty against
William VIda, Ocorgo Kaoo, Sam A'po
llona and Keklpl, charged with operat
ing n gambling game In the cellar ol
u houso on Bciutiinla etrcet.
Tho main witness J'or the prosccu
tlon was A. P. Taylor, formerly chlel
of detectives whu, as a special officer
visited tho premises when Vida and
his colleagues weiu busy with their
little, gamo of "seven olovon." Taylor
told of toeing tint money passed and
the tin owing of the dice, nil of which
'was denied by each of, tho defendant!
end several others who wjero present
at tho game.
Tho dofonse, represented by Attor
ney Achl, admitted that tho defendants
wero In tlio cellar for tho purpose, of
gambling but Insisted tho gamo had
not yet bogun when Taylor tostlncd to
seeing the nionej passing and tbo dice
The denials of tho defendants wore
to plainly false that even Judge Do
Bolt was forced to sinllo at their ntory
of tho silent, funereal gutherlng In tho
cellar with no one speaking n won) oi
doing a thing while, In contradiction,
was Taylor's story of watching tho
gamo from a point of vantage Sen
tonco will bo panted tomorrow.
Urge Boycott of Jspanese. Tollo
Copies of clrculnis Issued In North
China by n body of f.hlneso calling
themrelves tho "Popular Association
of tho Thieo Eastern Pjovlnccs" liuvo
been iccelved In Jap-in after tpvlng
beeti spread broadcast among Chlneso.
Tho circulars urgo a boycott against
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' Inter-lsland and O, IL a L. shluuina
books for sal. it the Bulletln'jovvel f.on, tbo Slornl ,g sta" o'dgo
office, C tach. t October 89, g
Tuesday, NoVember 9.
N ai. N. a. a. i.uriino, woeiion, irom
Dutch cr. Noortlhraliant, from San
Francisco; on crulee.
C.-A, H. 8. Makura, from Australia,
n. m, i '
Htmr. Mauna Kea.'for Maul and Ha
waii i oris; gen. cargo and mall, noon.
Stmr. lwnlanl, fur Honokna; gen.
Slmr. Klnau, for Kauai l torts; pass.,
gen cargo, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Mlkahala, for Molnknl, Maul
and I.iuml portB; G p .in.
O.-A. 8. S. Makura, for Victoria;
pass, and gcir. cargo, G p. m.
i i ... -4.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdcll, for San
Francisco, 10 a. m.
" .. .. 4
stmr. w. a. Hall, from Kauai ports;
puss, mid gen. cargo, n. m.
.Stmr. W. G. Hall, for Kanal ports;
pass, and gen. cargo, G p. in.
i . ' . ...
T. K. K. 8. S. Chlyo Maru. from
Hongkong nnd Japan ports; pass, and
Stmr. Mauna Lo.i, from Knnn and
Kan ports; pass, and gen. cargo, a. m.
Stmr. Claiidlno, for Hawaii and Maul
ports; pass, and gen. cargo, G p. m.
T. K. K. S. 8. Chlo Maru, for San
Francisco; pass, ami gen. cargo, a. in.
U. 8. A. T. Sheridan, froip San Fran
r- - ' ... .
C.-A. S. S. Mnrania. for Australian
poits; pass, and gen. enrgo, p. m.
" DUE SATURDAY
Stmr, Mauna Kca, from Hawnll and
Maul ports; pass., mall and gen. cargo,
j PASSENGERS ARRIVED ,'
Per Matson S. 8. Lurline, from San
Francisco, Nov. l. Mr. and Mrs. W.
K. Buck, Mrs. nnd Miss Bowen, Mr.
uid Mrs. W, I. Illy. C. Loveday. J J. B.
Jaeger, C. M. Cook, Mrs. Dayton and
2 children, Mrs. II. Dlnklage, Mrs. N.
Land, F. C. Smith, Mrs. E. R. Hcl
berg, Miss A. Hurfard, T. 8. Kay. Paul
Wleslor, E. D. Temicy, Mrj. Tcnncy,
Miss Tenney, C. McChey, M. Camarro.
Mrs. Col. Zlegler, O. R. B. Marslly,
Mrs. W. M. and Miss It. Green, Miss
V. Weeks, Miss I. Heed. Mrs. H. McK.
Harrison and child, Miss Grace Reb
el tson, Capt. nnd Mrs. Ilerger nnd
child Mrs. J, Duggan, Mrs. Collins and
child, Rov. and Mrs. C. SI. Bond, N. D.
Akdoll, F. Brltton, E. E. Yager, Sirs.
Yager, Mrs. It. SI, Lucas, Miss C. E.
Lucas, Sir. and Mrfl. N. Davidson.
Per C.-A. S. 8. Slakura, from Syd
noy via ports. For Honolulu: Mlsss
Crampton, E. C. Gill. L. Brovvor, Mes
dames SI, Mitchell, SI. M. Crampton,
G. P. Doxtor nnd man sorvnnt, B. T.
Nnso. T. Whltoley, H. arlfnth, W. II.
Blddcll, A. Schaefer, Professor H. C.
Crampton, Roso (2), S. R. Jordan, W.
Allen, T. Kcarns.
PA8SENGER8 DEPARTED l
Por Sir. Mauna Kca for Maul and
Hawaii porta, Nov. 9: Palmer Wood.
Sirs. D. Qulnn, E. Sanger, Sirs. H. II.
Ronton, J. W. Dojle, W. V. Robin
ion, J. H. Brown. R. H. Makekr.u,
St. K. Koalawaa, J. W. Moanailll, F.
L. Lyman. II. Van Valkenborg and
wlfo, Sir. and Sirs. John Wator
housu, SIlss A. S. lloldon, Mrs. C E.
Sillier, II. Koldiock.
Per S. S. Slakura for Victoria,
Nov. 9 sirs. J. H. Carter, V J.
Church, Col. B. Perry, Cnpt. H.
Krebs, Miss F. all!, N. 11. C. Stearns.
Per stmr. Klnau. for Kauai ports
Nov. 9. R. Qulnn, It. A. Keurns. Mrs
U. I). Baldwin.
Per str. Mlknhala for Maul und
Slololial port3, Nov. 9; Bliss A
. PAB3ENGER8 BOOKeT
Per O. 8. 8. Alameda, for San Fran
cisco, Nov. 10. J, Soxton, SIlss Sex
ton, Sirs. Smith, Sirs. C. Sf. Flgely
Mrs. Dstelle, Sir. and Sirs. Spens, Mrs!
E y. Scoby, Miss M. Uonnrijf M,
M. Hshor. J. J. Sullivan. Mr. nnd Mrs.
N. J. Illy, G. Y. Potion, Monty Mont-
winery, jonn McDonild, Mr. and Stra
A. O, Stoll. Mrs. M. R. Svvnrtz. Mr.'
A. II. Stiiltii M .Knight, D. 8. Ivlaon. L
u. Soxton. Mr. ami Sirs. H. wise Mr
and Mrs. Spencor, Mr. and Mrs Slltch!
ell. Messrs. Poolo Itookes, R. Sml t,
SIlss SI. Arnold, Waltor Varney. Ij 's'
Spraguo. . '
Jewel For New Grand fster.-Mlll-bJir:,M""8TC,,ai:,8
"' ?ry. the new
-" ier or mo MaRsachusfitta
Odd Fellows wn ..... j ...
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