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Lentil Chapter No. 2 Regular.
All visiting mcmbeis of ttio
nrilir nro cordially Invited to
nttc-iid meetings of loul lodgca
Meet on the
2nd find 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
MArtlJIt tNolNttHS' other Asso
BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION, ciatitns cor
HARMONY LODGE. Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. Y.
Meets every Motulay evening at
7: So lii)l. O. 0. 1". Hall, fort Street.
13. It. 1IENDKY, Sccietury.
1 F. D. Wlcko, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE,, No. 1, K. of P.
Jloots every llrst nnd third, Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of 1'. Hall,
corner Fort nnd Bcrwtanla. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to nttend.
r. n. n count, c. c.
n. GOSLING, K. R. S.
HONOLULU LODGE G10. B. P. 0. E.
' Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, 11. P. O.
Elks, meets in tliolr.hall, on King
Street, near Fort, overy Friday oven.
ing. VUltlnit Brothers aro cordially
i invited to attend.
13. A. DOUTIIITT, E. It.
II. C. EASTON, Scc'y.
HONOLULU AE5IE 140, F. 0. E.
Jlccts on tlio 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of I. Hall, corner
lleretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro lmlted 'to at
tend. W. SI. McCOY, W. I'res,
11. T. JIOOHE, Secy,
Wm. M'KINIEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2ml nnd 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of 1.
Hall. cor. Fort nnd llnrntnnln vlolt-
Jng brothers cordially invited to nt-
T. M. McGJtEW, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. H. S.
'HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. f,I.
Meets CVCrv llrst riml f lilrrl Timra.
days of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Vlsitlm lnnthr.ru rnr.
iliully incited to nttend.
I. A. PEIUtY, Sachem.
13. V. 10UI), ('. of jc. !
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
. WAIKIKI INN
"The Finest Bathinc on the Beach."
JHcais At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
w. u. iiEituiN, Proprietor.
t U N 0 II E S and DRINKS
The most popular '
place in town '
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
F; Jack Scully, , Jack Roberts
Eccr on Tap
t; Orpheom Saloon,
.W. tf. CHALMLK'J
' General Contractor and Builder.
.. i Estimates Furnished
Free of Charge.
Room 11, Knpiolani Building,
Jloimlulu, T. II.
San Francisco Hotels
3 i -vvrvr i
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit opposite Hotel St. Fraocls ,
European Plan S1.C0 a. day up
American Plan $3.00 a, day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
Ingj cost $200,000, High class hotel
atmodcratc rates. Center of theatre
andrctalldlstrlct. Oncarlinci trans,
fcrringallovcrcity. Omnibus meets
nil trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart' now recognized as
address, "Trawcts." ABC Code.
A liutich til 1. iters has been lo
See cbwlfi d mix.
A Filipino bov wants oniplojiuem,
AddleHH 1. caiu this o"lce.
lllshop Trust Company hnndlo real
estate nnil u'ltliils. You should see
Call nt Davloa k Co, Hardware Do
paitment for cataloguo of the new
Armmllp I'.-Int tho paint that Ik mmlo
apii-lul') lo -Allhstnnd the salt nlr of
Docorato la the Ideal wall coloring
Apply It out old wall paper nnd jou
can make a room look up ti;.i(ti1e and
attractive. Ilecorato ., Sold by Lewora
& Cooke, Ltd,
Sllva's Toggery Is lh only store In
lionoluln that si-lls lMerhelruer-Steln
suits for ymiiig men. These clothes
aru made spcclaly fur young men's
needs nnd aro the most satisfactory to
All the necessary decorated boxes,
t-anta Clans head Gtlckore.'lmlly nnd
Christmas berry ornamented ribbons
for wrapping nnd tying Christmas
pnckngcN. can bo bought at Hawaiian
News Co., Ltd. Young Illdg.
Tho Huston lluildlng Is one of tho
most centrally located and finest of
tho omce bull lines In Honolulu. Ex
cellent Janitor mid elevator service.
Seo tho Hawaiian Trust Company,
Ltd., for offices to rent.
H environment moulds tho char
acter, docs It not follow that tho Ihlnga
"llh which yoa surround yourself ie-
fleet your perron-illi) ? Keep this In
mind when jou lu.'u a picture to ha
framed and taka It to (lurre'8. Op
posite Ucnsun, Smith & Co.
Mclnorny's shoe bnlo has bacn such
a Buccess that they lnvo decided to
add 82 pairs or misses rprlng heel
shoes that are cut from $1 to $2.30.
This sale will continue all this week
i.n 1 you are n-ll-e I to call and Inspect
the icnl bargains Hut are being of
fered. KALAKMS BIRTHDAY
Todaj, Nuvuuber Hi. Is tho hlrthd ty
of the late King KnlaUaua, iindas
usual, I'rlnco and Princes Kulanhna
olo uud tho retainers of the decease.!
King nro quietly celebrating tho day.
This morning n miniature yacht raco
vvnu started from tho old hoatliouso.
The commlttoo which li.nl cliargo nl
tho arrangements went out In u Means
launch, and watched the llltlo craft
plow thioiiRli tho water.
Home of tho iclalucrs this morning
went up to tho loynl mausoleum nnd
decorated tho tomb of tho late King
At fj o'clock this evening u lii.iu will
bo given ut tho homo of Prluco and
Princess Kaliiuliinaolu nt Wuiklkl,
Thin U of couro tin Invitulloual nffulr.
C.iptalu llcrger, tho leader of tho Hit
wullun baud, who wnB decorntnd by tho
lato King, will cnuse to bu played nt
Thomas Sfpiato this ovcnlng tho "Kn
lahairi March," which vas greatly niv
preclatcd by the King during his life
Youno Woman Ends Life'." New
Yen k, Orl, 22. Miss Leah 'Oppenhel
mer, formerly of Ilutte, STeiit., shot
herself throngh tho heart nt tho homo
uf her sister. Mrs. fleorgo L. Swymnns,
late today. Heath was liistnntnneous.
Mlsa Oppcnhc'lmi'r vas .".0 years of
ago and had suffered long wlth a
chronic affection of the nerves.
Y. M. C. A. ntiilttlng Opened. Mil
'"'' ' -o. 'Illr llUlldlOIMO IH"V
1 'iii.liiji- 0f it,, llm. Mrus fhri-tMn
u enitiii'i LiL'if.i jt an e'.pcruc ol
tU'.iiiOft, was nrened tonight. Tho
plinrlp.il n'ldrcas was matlohP former
VIco Pie-id. m P.iiiiiuiiks. "'
1 ,'5 -o i
38f editorial rooms 2f;0 btul.
nei.a office. These are the ttlephon
nuiuLciS Cf tin Ctlllttln jllii.s.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bio Nickel Scratch Pad for tale
at the Bulletin office for five cent,
Is one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. 8lx for
Call and seo Mike Patun at the En
core. Send your clothes to Iho Honolulu
Clothes Cleaning Co. for careful press
ing. Phone 147. .
For an cnsy-rldlng ear, Jerry
Uooney's Tackard.x Telephone "09,
King and llluhop streot.
Salads sened with light lunches nl
the llnltlmorr Cafo, Hotel, street, con
tain tho best of everything,
What about your hat? It's time It
was seen to. Call In Tho R;rrl Hat
Clcaneis. Work RUAraiitePd. '
An) thing u tw uie snorting Mnol
Anything sUod In the liquor line? Ym
an find It at "The Two .lacks."
If you want a good Job done on at,
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen fit.
For the best automobile Mrti'co, ring
fur .1, A Mct,it, Kt en-seated Thomas
I-'ljer Telephone 609, Independent
A libel Vor -Ilvyrce has be-"! Tiled b
r Anitrnii,. agalict tiunlklclil Mntsu
.mu,v llio Itoun.la nllegeil being o .
'O'T nielly ,
Codl Tour Iron rojfs lth "Arabic.'
You will bu surprised at Its coolinc
nil preservative propartlm Gnllrornlh
Feed Co., amnta.
Jtiflw Op Ui)!t hAft granted the at
Kirneya tt .Ib'ng Kon?, conxlcted o'
cmiiezU'iiient. thirty days In which to
file it bill of exceptions.
The Alexander Young Cafo has Mr
Ihcr' Improved tholr senlco by m
fiuiglng for music between tho hourt
of fi and R p. in, HvnMftcr tills wii
bo a rcstilaf feature.
Tills h the Lirllliiay nf tho lato Klti
Kahlk.uli, nml in ills memory a Hn
vvallan flag has been raised op thi
flagstaff of the Knpiolani building co.
ner of King and Alakca streets.
Governor Frr.tr and Secretary of the
Territory K, A. Mott-dniltu paid an of
ficial call on tho .lapanosn cruiser Id
zuma this mhrnlng, being saluted by
tho Mikado's guns on tholr departure.
Damages Af $",12.02 aro nsked for by
Tarn l-oong against Tain Slice, both of
whom were In partnership In the fish
business. The defcu lam lb claimed
tu ov,u tho paitnerchlp the sum sued
A stipulation hns been filed In tho
case of Harry T. Mills against W.
Hurley, Honolulu Iron Works, gar
nishee, nllowlng the plaintiff thirty
days for the filing of it bill of eeep
Knnagawa, n Japaneso who has con
lessed to tho murder of Reyo, a come
1 Japanese woman onco employed by
JUdge IJndsny, has been Indicted by
the (Irnnd Jury nnd his caso was thcn
fore nolle prosted nt the District Court
Judge Andrado nssested a fino of
five dollars and costs to nn Hawaiian
named Mnnit, who l nllcged to hnvo
become exceedingly drunk nnd com
menced to throw out tho personal ef
fects of a neighbor from n second
story window. The wreckage of beds
and bedding was claimed would foot
up to wveral dollars.
Tho irato husband of I.lzzlo Gouvela
Is nllegcd by that lady t ohavo cruelly
beaten her this morning. Mrs. (Jou
vela therefore culled upon thu police
to punish her bpoiibc. Gouvel.i was
placed under arrest and will huvo a
hearing tomorrow morning. Tho
tumble arises from n charge of adult
ery, which was preferred against the
Churlcs II. Wells, of tho Hawaiian
Islands, formerly of QlovcrHVlllc, N. Y
who Is on a trip around thq world In
company with Mrs. Wells, writing fiom
Nlco under date of October 19, says:
"Wo aro In Nlco enjoying a good rest
after a hard but Interest'lng trip In
Spain. Wo go from hero to Genoa,
Pisa, Home, and on to Greece. Then
Constantinople and tho Holy Land
getting' linck to Cairo for Christmas."
NOTICE TO MARINEHS,
Notice Is hereby given thnt tha
Outsldo Har Hell lluoy, Humboldt
Har, California, went ndrlft October
29. It will bo replaced as boon ns
practicable. The-Humboldt Outsldo
Uur Whistling Hnoy is In position.
lly order or tha Llghthousa lluuiil.
WHILB NOTHING has been heard
Ironi tho llrltlsh frelghler Ktlcliutturt
that vessel should nrrlvo nt Honolulu
any day. Sbo la bilnglng n lingo bhlp
ment of coal consigned to the United
btnles naval station niuouutlng' tu
nearly six thousand tons. Tho vessel
comex fiom New;port News,
THIS NliW AmerlriinllaHiill.iii.
ileuiner Iluiiululuau luupoitid .to ha-
IU2 been pljicd cn Iho bet Hi at Ncm
lork to hud a general cargo ol mer
chin-Ilm tlesllned for the Hawaiian
A SHIPMENT of' lumber from Port
Ludlow is now ou tho way to Honolulu
by tho American schooner Kona, This
M.l,l V.J- t 'lu'.'-illUf, ii' out loj.i.
,jio wampneii,, i v '
Jas. H. Love
firlviiie and EiDrmine
Wood and Coal Phone S88
0. W. McDougall, Prop.
r i t lml'u-.
J, 1.. l.u(JKtS'IIAt:il tif New Ydrk,,
I.UURl-iXIIACll l.f New Yilrk,,
i prominent Btvimtliip mail who has
Just purcliaEcd tho steamer S.iti Jin
teo, was to nnle 111 San I'r.inrlsrn
it, Is ril'l, to uniisuininatu a de.il In-
ollng the Iranofer of tin- cie.mier
Mackinaw of tho SlIiuIui Iim,ltnii
The Mackinaw railed fr i u Se.ilt
and was purchased from the Jeronio
Interests two xiars ngo by the Helm-
bich-MtllUllliiit t'Miiliidil- nt it lined
sail) to !laP l.xrbftied iir.ii.OUd. The
Schilllach-llnmlltnn Compnuy placed
her In the Ahigltu freight trade and
operated her for .1 time satisfactorily
but recently It U unld tlu- have lu'i'il
In the maiket for her rale
stenmcrs on this and
CoaRt, Including tl.e J, L. I.iickeuluch
and tho Julia Lilrkenbarli tho former
havlnrt beeil"-cliarlered to Hales nut
ChescbroilKh of this city At Seattle,
recently Luckcnb.ich thuod n deal Department nttesses tho deficit at no.
Inking over the San M.iteo which also much more than YlOo.ODO which It I
Is chartered to Hales nnd Chese-' propoted to meet out of thu Guvern
brough, nml Is now loading nt tho mint reserve,
noithern port. Arthur Chcircbnnigli of frl
Hates & Chccohroiigh Is accompany: AGAIN comes the story hf u break
lug Luckcnbad: on his tilp south. In the heretofore close relations exist
Although It la denied that any defi. lug between the Purine .Mull rteaui'
nlto arrangements have been effected, lilp fonipany and tho Tuyo lUsen
Charles IluniKtoii of Scbiibarh & Kaleha.
Hnmilton admits rfhnt l.urkenhach h.isi The T. K. K. liner Chlyo Maru
made an offer for thu Mockliiay. The which arrlui! hero on Saturday even
steamer was built, nineteen jenrs ngo Ing fiom tho Oileut brlngH those who
and Is of the r.crcw steel clues. Shu declare that tho bond which has held
is 2378 tons register, 270 feet long nnd
forty-coven feet beam.
Till: lirtlTISH SHIP Lonsdale, pre
viously reported In trouble nt Stanley,
Falkland Islands, w-ns bound from
Hamburg to Mmatlan. The cargo
took firo September 29 after tho ves
sel nrr'ved nt Stanley and wan not ex
tlngiilbhed until ship nnd cargo ha.!
suffered bciIoiis dumiige. Arrange
meiits hnvo Jieen made for salvage on
tho no cuio no pay prlnclplo, the salv
ers to receive 00 pur cant of tho nluo
recocied. The teasel which Is full
of water, has been beached. The
beams are ueaily nil huc'.'.lcd or bent
and practically tho entire cargo has
been damaged by sea wnter and hent.
Ing. It Is feared that n constructive
loss will bo declared. A special agent
of. tho underwiltois has been sent to
TJIK NEW YOIIK TIME3 btates
that IteapAilralr.il (leorgo Wallace
Melville, Enslneer-lnCblef cf the
United Stntes Navy, and two olhei
American nuvnl olllcors have Invented
certain gearing that will Increase tho
efficiency of the uiailuu turblno by
fifteen if- cent. At tho s-iniu thin
It In elulmed that llieru will bo great
saving, In thu Initial cod, In spacu
and In fuel.
Tho Invention Is expected to re
volullonlze navigation nnd the con
struction of man-of-war.
THE..MATSON Navigation steamer
r.njcrpriHu is cvpcrUd In arrive nt
Illlo from San Fi auclcco on Friday,
according lo the present, calculations
of her officers. Word to this effect bus
been received nt Hie locnl agency by
wireless. Twenty.flve passengers nro
returning to Hnwnll by thu vessel
A WHIULESS lecehiMl ut tho local
station from the U. 8. A. T. Sheridan
when nearly six Hundred miles ut sea
en routo (o Guam nnd Manila, an
nounced Ihe tiansport us uteutulng
through fine weather.
AFTKll A VOYAHK of thirteen .lavs
Uho oil tanker Itosecruns, with the
bhlp Marlon Clillcott In tow, has ar
rlied nt Qnvlotn. The vessels brought
largo bhlpmenls of crudo oil for tho
THE NEXT MAIL from Iho main
land Is oxpirteil to nnlvo lu-io on No-
lembcr 'Jllid by the Pacific- Mall liner
THE IlAHKE.VTINi: .Makawcll I
ropnrieii to liuve mlled fiom Puget
Boiinii pints on Monday with destina
tion as Honolulu.
1-llO.M POUT LUDLOW COMES
word that tho bark Olympic Is taking
on it bhlpmeiil of lumber Cot llouo
Buauicoi anil JJvcnliif; Clolhcr, ina'le fur
W. W. AHANA & CO.
O'J Co. Kins l'i. . Ifo Liuutltw
a g e
No Bugi ,
Xxwvitingr and Filling.
" it 'Wa I' - ,
Vineyard St., Ew of Nuuanu Stream
WATRRFRUNT NU I tS
.tAi'AN'kgti ImWrN IhllP Hint Ihe
enllriiate t'f llio t,,llliiiulille':lll'ils Lo
lurlinGilt fUr itdxe fcnt' has llceil III to
the Finance Beparlmcnt. The Nippon
Yuccn ICalshn nut having expressed n
dtclsloii ns to whether If prefers to
itcclvu n biilnldy under llio oli tiieaii
Navigation Kiieourngemont Law in
miller tho 'Nuw Ocean Navigation sail
sidy Law, Uio cstlniato It..1 the co u
puny nuxt year has beoil placed nt
Yll,i!lO,iWl for the K'.iropojn line
Y3,44o,OCO for Hie Ntlrlii Amerlciu
line, and YGGO,000 for tho South Am
crlcnn line ns upproed liy the Diet In
Its Inst session. These amounts arc
ebtlmated on the bails of the nev
Shipping Subsidy Law. In tho ocnt
of the company picfe-rllK to continue
under the old law, contlnAi-s the
Japaneso p-ipvr.4, tlieru will bu a tie
ficlt of about YS.,0 000 In the ostlmalo
according to the calculation of tho
company, through tho Communications
tho tno Kteninshlii coiuiuinlcs together
In a Joint paecnger and freight serv
ice will soon bo E'jvercl. Should this
roally be true It will probably mean
tho elimination of the fine Jnpanese
liners fiom the port of Honolulu nr
It Is claimed that In event of the two
companies going It alone tho T. K. K.
pcoplo will opeiato their easuls be
tween Sin Franclrco and Japan ports
direct. It would ba no object for the
Jnpancco llueis lo c lit nt Honolulu
with the present coast wlru laws pro
hlbltlng vesr-jla flying u foreign Hug
ironi currying passengers or freight
between two American ixnts.
THE INTEHISLAND steamer Like-
like wns nn nrrlval nt tho port thu
uioinlng, the vessel bringing Hfucrnl
cargo' from Hawaii ports. Included In
the shipment wero 30 head oreatllo, 23
call os, 17 bundles of hides nml pack
age!! of tumbles. Tho esael exper
ienced fine weather on both outward
mil Inwnrd Hips. Tho Llkellko nlso
left u shipment or 50 heud of cattle at
THE IIIIITISII bl,p Celtic Chief Is
now out one hiindrid mid twenty tuo
dijs from the pint of llunibuig. TIiIh
vessel Is Iniugliig fottlllrrr In
thu Hawaiian Fertiliser Company,
fhn German ship Alexnn ler lscnberg
Ij ulso proceeding from tho uamo pint
diul today wns one hundred nnd forty
eight dnys out. Tho Isenberrf sliuuld
arilvu ut Honolulu at any tlmo
OYEH FOUTY pabsungora will leavo
the ioit for San Francisco by thu Mat
son steamer I.iirllno which Is sched
uled lo euII for tho mainland nt 10
o'clock tomorrow morning. Tho ves
sel Is Inking u bhlpmtnt of nboiit 20.000
cubes of plncH In addition to a cargo of
bananas and rice.
UNOEItSTOOn THAT the
florman .eiiilier Areomi from S.in
... . . X -
'rraueiseo ror tlm Far East will not
anlve ut Honolulu much before De
cember 3rd. Tho war vessel Ins been
nuerteil to a short run down the
.U.VICI-3 HECEIVEO heio from
fii.iys Harbor lu to thu Lffect that the
American schooner Can ler Dovo Is
taking ou rhlpiuent of lumber de
stined for Honolulu.
THE HAIIKENTINE SAINT KATH
RHINE has been placed on tho berth
nt San I-V.iiicls.cn to loud it shlpmmt
of general meiebnndbe for tlio Ha
THE OIL TANKKlt Smfi lllti
which sailed riom Gnvlota on Noyoiu-l"-T
."III ill llltei ,-i, ,lln liu-rMi"
hlpimiit of oil bi H-iliiilii,
IN FOREIGN fORTi
Tuesday, Novsmber Ifl,
SAN I'nAN'C'IscoPillPd Nov, IS:
8. S. Arlionan, for Se.tttrL'.
3AN FKANCISCO Sailed Nov; HI:
.3, S. China. 1 p. m.. for Honolulu.
H, lllhuihti. 1 p. m, for Honolulu.
AS' i:itANCl!:0 Arrived Nov. IB;
S. S, Ahtnit'dil, lifllco Nov. 10. '
MANII.A--Salled Nov. ill!
11. S. A. T. Thomas, for Honolulu
NlTllATrc POUT Sailed Nov. 11:
l!k. Aiexilllilt'r illlack, Tor Honolulu.
SHOULD BE SOAKED
Judge Andrade Laments
"I would like to r.oak this bunch of
nhini.c. ,i i iii.iim-n iii.it iin.v wiira
v.....uv .... . ..-.v - .
participating In u gambling gamo but
I regret Hint tho police have rallid to
gather sufficient uvldcncu) lo convict
Ihcbe men uud I theiefor dlsch'itgo
llioni," was Ihe comauut ni.iile thu
moinlng b Ululriil Mifclntralo An
drado nl thu conclusion of n prolouge l
healing of tho caso fthereln twenty
Hircc Chlncfe were iniui led up on n
thnrgo of gambling behind chwu l and
Attorney Charles Clillllugwoi-th
looked ufter thu legal Inte-erts nf lh-
Celestials. Thu mil upon ihe prom
Ises v.us ptrtlclpatod In by Ouput
bhcrlff Hose. Kellett and OMIcer Apa
un. It was In this Invasion uf the hoi)
of hulles of local Chluatovii that A pa
lm made his famous useful o the wat
er plpo nnd after kicking In thu door
round u huddled nnd frightened heap
of Chinese In tho hever.it rooms of the
building. Spiead define Ills Honor nt
Police Court, was tin lined but plclur
erquo nuoitiutnt of gimblln:; para
I-herntilla whirls wns first pase 1 mi lur
the critical lnsH-ctlon of Willlo Craw
ford, who leudlly nttcsta.l to Its genu
T!io ptoi'itu'lo.i ftniffi'il luiiifully
to imiku out u c'n-e agilnst tho tweut)-
llirco men but the litiujtiii wns n Irllld
to much even for Assistant Pioscent
lug Attorney Hrnvvii.
The Couit Mated finni the bench
that he greatly regretted that the pn
llro wero not mtiiu careful In gilhei--
Ing substantial ovldeure In the rnld
upon Cliinesn uu.l Jnpanete gunblers.
The Judge btnted that the court Is Ho '
'own by n close ndliercnco to the "law
uild It theruforo wus up to the nfTlrert
In show that nctual gambling was be
ing condiicled in eases slmllur to that
tiled this morning.
It Is claimed thnt nut of tho lot of
tho Chinese theiu nro several nld-tltnr
offenders ugnlnst the law. ,
IN THE BALANCE
A eoiibldcrnbto pcrreutago of the
Teirltory'H Incumo la placed lit Jeop
iirdy upon tlio outcome of u suit that
has been instituted by the Attorney
General's dopaitmcnt ugaliibt n Mr.
Noyes, un cmployeo of tho local cus
Noyes has been sued by tho Terrl
loiy, through Deputy Attorney Genera)
Sutton, for his poll tux, which ho ha.
robolutcly declined to pay on the
t routul that ho comes under the c
oiupllou clause piovldeil for un "ofll
cur of Iho Hulled Suites."
Tho 'finitely holds In the eoulun
Hon Hint a night watchman nn Noyo
is, docs not como vvllhlu Iho claiiho ol
exemption, tho Litter upplvlng only tc
men nppolnted by tho pieublent of the
United Statcu oi the heads of depart
Tho iiltorncy for Nojes has cited u
ciim) llilcf In 18111 when II was heh,
Hint Ihu collerllou of a tax from n
Federal cuipboo wns contrary to the
sphlt of the Constltiillou. Deputy At
loiney Geiiciul Pulton nlso has u n:ini
her of nutlioiltleH thnt dcc'.uro that a
Government employe Is not iicresani
lly an "oitleer of tlm United Stales.''
Should Uio Tenllory Into Hie riife
llio tri-iMiij will nlho li dipiivi-d or
Hn li'vi inn. ti'iiu tb iii'umeli- iiuu
ipiph" r el .III, I'liltid Ltitw. in
Low.vcr Uumbk ,i iapii.il:
"So help mo God" Is not lo bo
trlcLou fiom llo form of outli lu
tho courts of tho Dlstilct of Coliun-
bln. 11. P. JIooio of Maryland sug
Mested tho chnngo, but Iho il!strlt
coiiiiilU-Uiai cliuui to adopt It
Monday, November 13.
Helenc, fiom San Francisco,
Tuesday, November 1C.
I.lkcllkv, from Hawaii ports;
Bcn - rnr'!"' "' "
Stmr. Nouau, fiom Knhul'il: no car
Tucsihy, November 16.
Hlmr. Manna Kea, for Maul nnd Ha
waii ports; pass., mall nnd gen, cargo,
Stmr. Matma Loa, for Kona nnil ICau
lortt: pnss nnd geu. rargo items.
, BAILING Tl'DAY i
Stmr. Mlltnhala, for Molokal muf
Mnul ports; pass, and gen. cargo &
Stmr. Klr.au for Knual ixirts; pas
nnd gen. cargo, 3 p. m.
Stn r Maul, for Kukahiii mil Laupt
I'tielino S p. in.
Stmr. Noeau fur Kami purtr: gen.
cargo, C p. in,
M. N. S. S. LnrTln?, fo. S.in Fran-
tit-Co; pass, nml gen. caiy . to
Stmr. W. O. Hall, from Km.al poii"
j SAIL THURSDAY
' Stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai ports:
p-iss. nnd gen, cargo.
Claudlne, from Mnul torts,
M. N. S.
S. llya.lea, from Se-Utlc;
Stmr. Clnu'(ine, (or Maul mid Ha
waii ports; pass, nnd gen. cargo, 3
I DUE FRIDAY. ,
P. M. S. S. Asia, from Hongkong
fii.1 Jnpm pirts; pasi. mil fjsn. car?!.
; 8aTl SATURDAY
P. M. S. S. Asia for San Frnnelscn;
p-ips. nn I gen. cargo, p. in.
Stmr. Manna Kea, fiom Maul and
Hawaii' orln; piss., mall nnd gen.
cat go, u, m.
I ' "
PASSENGERS DEPARTED '
Per i.tnir. Mauna Ken, for Hawaii
and Mnul ports, Nov. 1C Mrs. G. O.
Hockley, Mlra Juanltn Ileckley, M. Per
rino. II. I.. Ilolbleln, M. It. Jumleson,
3. Gray, Chester Doyle and wife, Mrs.
W. C. Ford, Mrs. C. V. English. J. O.
Young, Mis. Akiuu. Y. II. Lappc, J. V.
Smith. Miss Smith, Mrs. J. dibble, F.
S. Lyman, Mrs. Cramptnn. Prof. II. E.
Complon, Mm. A. C. Ulbb, Mrs. J. VIor
rn, C. F. I loos. Miss llougll, C. F.
Per stmr. Mauna I.o.i for Kona und
Kan ports, Nov. 10. Itcv. .Mr. K. Nn
Itultin, Mr. und .Mrs. Carl Wolters, Piof.
Complon, Mis. Cuuiplou.
Per stmr. Kluaii, for Kauai ports,
Nov. HI. F. Caller, Mis. Falter, Miss
Cooke, Mro. Itkhurd Cooko mid child.
Per M. N. S. S. Limine. Tor Sun
Francisco, Nov. 37. Mrs. C. M. Flge
ley, Dr. and Mrs. ltodgers, A. II In
galls, IJ. Ij. Herkeley, Mrs. A. F.
Cooke. Mrs. Cl SlmpMin, Mrs. E. M.
Sc'oby, 13. E. UlcliHrds, Walter Varney,
II. U Uronhclmer. Miss Turr, P. Peck,
Lulu Law, Governor W. F. Frenr, C.
A. Hums, A. James, J. A. McClellan, J.
I. McMahou, Mrs. M. E. Tcimy, Mrs.
Noonan, W. lluck, Mrs. Iluck, .Miss
lllauclianl, tho MUseu Hani, J, M.
Hose, II. S. Gorman, II, ftoso, W, Hose.
Per blmr. Claudlne, for Maul and
Hawaii ports. Nov. Ifl. W. I.cb'.io
West, W. Puller.
EXPLOSIVES ilestlnrd for u num
ber of lorts ou Kntnl will leuvu llono
lulu this evening by tho Bteitmer No
aau, which Is making n speclul trip to
thu Garden IMaud,
FOUHTFKN DAYS nut from Foil
lluigg. llio Ameiicau b.uk S. C. Alien
Is proceeding to Honolulu with u s-hlp-mentiof
lunihor consigned to jVlen &
NO CVUGO was brouv.ht lo llnoiul.i
by Iho Iiiler-Iihud bleaine Noeitu,
vvliteh anlved'froni Kahuliil thla morn
hi'!. uv In.- lo Ian. el u nwjoilt:. tin
li-liiiiipelr. 'ounill lulled In pj: an
CT'liuiiui oHtrlu, n r'-ard ol Jo
000 for tho nrie.it of tho dynnnilterfl
who damnged several buildings lu
jilp.ht tuborcnloils camp for nf
IlletPd innis who wink Is lo bu es
labllshed In nn abandoned church
oil the iippn- ua ,. 0( jjt-.v y0lli
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