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ffi ' ' -' BVKN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU T. II ,SHtHWDAV,'ffwiiri9oTW
f 1 . MMMft I ""1 I
Lcihl Ctiapler No. 2 Regular
All veiling member nt the
Order ni luidlullv invited I"
intend meet liir of local bulges
Meet on the
and and -1th
nt K. P. Hall
7-30 P. M.
MARIIIE ENGINEERS' other Asso
BENEFICIAL A?Sn5IATI0N. ciations cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ovi ry Mniiili evening nt
7 30 In I 0 () 1' Hull, Fort Sticct.
ll K HENDRY. Setretar).
1". 1) Wttkc. N. (J.
All Uniting htiithcrs ver) cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Jleots every flist mid third Frl
llay t vuilng at 7 ::0 In K. of 1'. Hall,
turner 1'ort nnd lleretnnln. Visiting
brothers cordially InvIUd to attend.
. n nugent, c. c.
It. GOSMNG, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE C1C, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I.odgo No CIO, 1). 1'. O.
niks, meets In tliclr linll, on KlnK
litreet. near Tort. every Friday cven-
Tnc. Visiting lliothtrs uiti cordially
Jnvltcd to attend.
1! A HOITTHITT, E. R
II. C. EASTON, Scc'y.
j .HONOLULU AERIE 140, F.
Moots on llio 2nd and 4th WCD
Ki:si)AY cvtntiiBH of oath month at
'.7: JO oUoik iu K. ot 1. Hall, corber
, lloioluiila ami l'urt streets.
, " Visiting Kagies aio Imltcd to at-
W. 31. JIcCOY, V. I'res.
H. T. JIOOIli:, Secy.
Win. M'KINLEY L0D0E No.8,K.ofP.
Meets ccry 2nd and 4t!i Saturday
rvtiiliiR nt 7:30 o'llnck In K. ot 1.
Jlall, cor. Tort nnd llcrelanli. Vlslt
'Iiir; brothers cordially Invited to at
lend. r. JI. MrRIlCW, C C.
II. A. JAfOllSON, K. It S
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. II.
Meets every ilrtt nnd third Thnru
ilajii nt enih nioiiHi nt Knights nt
3thlns Hall. Visiting blothcts cor
dially Invited tn attend.
Ii A. I'nilUY, Sachem.
" i:. v. 'iQiiD. c. ot it.
TOR SALE AT ALL BARS
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BERGIN, Proprietor.
J j I U N C H E S and DRINKS
xiic most popular
place in town
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Tort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roleits
Beer on Tap
W. 0, CHALMERS
General Contractor nnd Builder.
Tree of Clmruc.
Itoom 11, Knniolnni Tluildintj.
Honolulu. T. 11.
, , , t
TOR WHOOPING COUCH. CROUP,
ASTHMA, COUGHS. BRONCHITIS. SORE
TllkOAT, CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
Vaportttd Crloln ttopi ike pKOSpmi ej
thuotut luhe. Iwdieadfd Cicup MM!
ttt hfr OeioUnt it ui'J. , ll U d.mily
on fao nJ throl. fnthinf binlhina my in IM
cue cl c4itt lootVl ih tote threat and itcpt h
ceuji. It i a iiooa lo tuflfifti liora Aitnmft
CrttoWns It powttfut letmiciJ. ftctinf fcoA
cuituvt nJ riYfnhve In conlatioul diKmi
Cresoltr a t lecoannendal
Ution in thiii
yean w lucccttlul lti.
rr SJt If all Dracikh
5n To fu for Dt$rip
lhrot Tblli. naip'
kirtlUnuthmt (m the if
? tale J throat I0C.
U Vim CttttUat Ci.
139 FvtU Stmt,
Hw Yaik Criy.
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Strett, above Union Square
Juit opposite llottl St. Fundi
European Plan S1.60 day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ings cost $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
f erring allover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "rrawets." ABC Code.
I.. Ahoy has a ludies' long cloak suit
able for UiIh cilinatu that is being of
fcred at reinnrkiilile low prices.
I'rlmo Is the beer that's brewed to
suit tho cllmntu. If ou wltdiluk Jt
ngularly nt meal times, you v III find
that ou will keep liil".'ti.T.ieaUii.
Tho Knsh Conipa'n "again calls at
tention to thu very superior suits be
ing sold by them at 20. Tile mater
ials are above the average anil tho
htylo Is up to date In every particular.
The V. W. Wilglit Co . Ltd , have In
thtdr employ sklllvl automoblto work
ers coveting the branches of uphol
rterlng, lialntltig, wheclu rights, toji
builders and all work except thu en
gine. If J on wnnt a ie.il good mattress foi
very little money go to Honolulu Wire
lied Co , .1. S. Ilalley, corner King and
Alaken streets, nnd see list great stock.
All kinds and at prices that will ustou
Henry May & Co, are Just In receipt
ot a fresh dssortment of I.elinlinrdt's
chocolates and murshmallows. These
lire the best caudles that come to Ho
nolulu I'lione 2J and have them de
livered with our groceries.
Tho wlrtb-ss telegraph offlco Is open
for budlmss over) Siimlny moinlng
from 8 to 10 WlielenB rale are so
low that pcoplo all over tho Islands
will 11 ml the seivlces uttroctlvo for
business and social communications. .
Photograph calendars for 1910, liuml
colored, sepia and framed panels, are
In grcnt n&tartment at Honolulu I'ho
!u Supply Co. This company handles
i.ll tlw different kinds made In Houo
liil uand J on can compaio tlicm so as
lo select the best.
The salesroom of Mrs. J rtosetibcrg
in tho Alexander Young building is
closed all this vtek while new goods
are being prepared for tho grand
holiday opening next Monday inqrnlDR.
Holiday announcement will bo mado
Saturdaj and Sunday.
XEAI ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Nov. 17, 1909,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m,
Mrs. Mnrj I Drovvu to Hawn Trust
Co Mil PA
Ilnlblna, I.nrben and hsb to Mutl Utdg
f. 1-oan Socy or Haw Md .Adn Chgo
S B iiiaina und wf to Territory of
Hawaii ....,,, )
Entered for Recorfl Nov. IS, 1S09y
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Kiipuiliealnul Asa nnd hsb til AM-
oiia ,....,....; I)
,Jrs Itaehel Jones jo Peter MeCon-
( lilC Itel
Pttor McCdJirhlo to Alfred J Mc-
Sliane ..,,,, I)
Joe CJiilhoire and wf (o Mill fa C
I'leitas ,,,, )
Iveirvi) Pnkona to Keauu Kololio. ., .1)
IvV'UUul Walwnlolu ot n to G Chi-
men rt.a) .,,,( I
lino Kpkul to 0 Slilmoii i, tl) I.
David I.alnnl and "' totlohn T Hull-
Tong Sing Wu Wo Kto Co to qheo
Chew a ..... i , , , , .... I.
i:ilza 11 Lewis to Ollvlii Iiiugh-
tallliig , )
I'alolo Land ft Imprvmt Co Md lo
KlllUSt HlltClllbOll ..,.,,. I
Kit or Uernicu J' Illshop by Ti lo
Agrrtl mid ludtil Cnip of llr.i
l-'d , .,,.,,, I)
Agutl & Indtil Corp of Jlaw Ltd to
John l)e Mi-llo
Kstof HPUInhop by Trs (oVa Lec.L
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Ncktl Scratch Pad for falet
at the B U 1 1 e t J li offfce for five cents.
Is one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Call an! see Mlko Patun at the En
coro. The olHcerH and men of the Idiumi'
nre taking In tho sights it huuolu''i
Amopg tlio nrrlvnla this moinlng en
Ilie'.Clauilli'ie was Hon. II. P. Baldwin
of Mnntj ' ' "
send your clothes to the Honolulu
Clothes Cleaning Co. tor careful press
ing. Phone lf. i .
For an easy-riding car, Jerry
Rooney'a Packard, Telephone C09,
King and Bishop streets.
If you want a good 'Job done on so
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 qpintrt.;
For the best automoblTe service, ring
for J. A. McLeod, seven tented Thomas
Flyer. Telephone 609, Independent
Auto Stand. '
Among the 'passengers booked for
passage to Kauai ports by the steamer
Rlnnii, Balling on next Tuesday, aro
Mr. and Mrs. II., P. Kae, A. Bucholtz
and J FaBsoth.
' Editor Sheb i of tho Havi: 3hlntio
will give a Japrneso dlnnu lo n largo
.iu'mbcr"nf the i dicers of tlwj Jupanc'i
ciulscr Miunu, before they leave for
rinn next Monday mornliit.
Ram Ketllnol of the offlco nt tl.c
County Clerk qf Maul. Is In town, Imv
!ng arrived this morning on the Claud
Ine. He will return to Wruliikti noxt
Tuesday on the steamer Mai ii'i Kea.
All those Interested In the reorgan
Iratlop or jtie 2nd Precinct, Fourth
District, Republican Club, are hereby
icquested to attend a meeting nt th
Seaside Hotel grounds at ":.'I0 tomor
Next Monday night at 8 t clock an
other concert and dance will bo given
oy the members or the Mi o!tnl ilie-i
Club In K. P. Hall, corner i'f Fort nnd
iltretnnla streets. Tlie mctpts will
tn used tor the repair of tli llalawa
rhurch on Molokal.
General McClcllan was n visitor nil
board tho cruior Idzumo O.lr morn
iig. In the nbiencc or Capialp Take
shlta, who vlnted tho st-cncs nround
I.lnmond Head, Commander Takciichl
md Lieutenant Commanle- :ruruju re
( i Ivcd tho Gceeral.
"The public Is Invited In be pres
ent at -a meeting to be held tn the
ossemblj room ot the city hall this
evening at 7:30. The new nulu and
vehicle rate ordinance will be the
theme for discussion. .
Captain Miller, who has been prom
inently connected wth tho manage
ment of tho local branch of the Asso
ciated Oil Company, has resigned. It
Is stilted that some disagreement be
tween Ihe compsljy aud Captain Miller
was tho cause of (he retirement.
"Glimpses or Spanish Ife" will be
the topic of an address to be given
by Miss Tappan of the high school
department to tho Chinese Students'
Alliance of Hawaii on Friday eve
ning at 7:30 at tho Alliance Hall.
Friends ore invited to attend.
Federal Jpdge Dole has itcolvrd u
I teens commission from Attorney Gee-
erol Wlckersham, holding grod from
November 17th, when his Itrni of up-
.lolntmcnt expired, until tl.'j Penito
of tho next session of Congitss can
cirflrm his reappointment na Federa'
J, I. Sllva Is puttlne up a new build
ing for his Eleele store. It Is on the
tnmo block, n couple of hundred feci
away from the present uloic, and ho
expects to move In to It about tho end
pt tho year. He will then imve twice
the floor space that he has tit present.
These are busy days for tho band.
This afternoon the band will play
ut the Athletic Park for the Idzumo,
und the same on Friday afternoon,
Saturday afternoon tho band will pa.
rnde with the Shrner, On Sunday
the bund will he all day with the
Nutlona Guard at Kaplolanl Park.
A meeting In the Interests of the
Rcd'Cioss Tuberculosis 'Uay Camp
vl be held at the home of Mrs. J.
P, Cooke, Nowewehl street, on Fri
day, Nov, 19, at ID a, in. An auto
inqbflo will meet 'the car at the
MTiier of Keoaumoku and Wilder
btri'iits. All Interested ure Invited.
Congressman Otias. F.' Scott, of tho
House of Representatives, and chair
man of tho Committee on Agriculture,
Miya, In a letter to the secretary of tho
ineni rrnmniion committee, that, ;im
recent visit of tho Congressmen, pt
which he was 'rtyj ptoant a great
deal mare to the weiraro of this Terri
tory than was 'thought by the "people.
Knowledge of a 'dejlnljo, nature regurit
IllK tlieo Islands was the prime, ob
ject of uyiiry nieinbui- of thu Congres
MDNiailT Is tho time sot for the
lluparlliru of the liitur-lsluud steamer
W. O. Hull fur Kunal ports. Jhls
vesstl wis (n Imvw' gultou uwuyf for
the jQarden Island ut 1 o'cluok this af
t'ernoon but It was found that cargo
offerings were so numerous that the
height uniU put lie placed uboud ut
thu uaillei hour,
JlijIlovYpu vunduls damaged more
than 100 tiimbit(iei In Hnj cemetery
at Carlllivllla, III, Two arrests have
have been mud a,
1 a, h. Love
TtMto nA SxnrtSSlng
yood tnd Coal ' ?hone 888
O. W, McBougall, Prop.
Ikbim i'svtheme OF ,!
(Continued trora Pane 1)
nldy. with tho nld or n highly colored
mnp, showed the tour made In Mulr
Ir his hunt after the borer parasite.
Mulr had visited llorneo, .Invo, Cel
ebes and New Guinea, nnd had nt last
located tho "native borer nnd cotise-
iUonfy, the paraslto on well. He had
gathered a lot of these parasites ami
wns on his way back homo when at
tacked by Uphold lever Just before
It being Impossible to continue his
vojnge, Mr. Mulr had sent on the para
sites by the C.-A. steamer, lull on the
vojage to Honolulu the grubs hud
hutched out and tho parasites nil died.
However disappointing this was, tho
fncl remains that the paiasltu has been
located and It only remains to onco
moro send a man nut for them. Prob
ably n sub station will bo established
at Suva, FIJI, and thus llur long Jour
ney will lie biokeii. It mighl'lio o
slblo to got soniu of tho parasites tli
roct from Port Moresby to Honolulu
ns sometimes vessels mako thu trip.
When Mr. Klrknlilv bud Ifoilslied his
Interesting description of the hunt for
parasites, Dr. L)cm spoka on root dis
eases and other fungi. His remarks
und exhibits were of decided Interest
nnd the samples of en no which ho had
infected with tho germs of the "pine
apple" dlseuse, ten days ago, were
split open and shown to the gatJieilng.
The effects of this comparatively
new scourge on the liioculuteil canu
weio clearly noticeable, and In on&
Instance the disease had gniuo right
through all the Joints and had ytulucd
the fiber a bright red.
Exhibits of canu affected wIC'i root
disease were also shown and Dr. I.) on
epoke for soma time on that well
known troubb of plantation man tgers..
Arter the Various npcu'iei i svi-ro
through, a visit was made to iW ex
icilment field, and here i-vorj vaido:
of cune was to lie seen. Tho seedllings
were Inspected with tho greatest of
Interest, and Director Eckart gave all
tho Information necessary, as to rvgo,
One "s ort" bred rrom ordinary La
halua cane, nttniLted niucli attcntliiii;
It has a stripe In It and Is now known
as "striped Lahnina." It nppeurB that
Tom UiuRhcr, nt ono tlmo foreman ut
tho experiment station, uot(red n sec
tion of a I.ihatiia stalk that had u
stripo In It Tho striped piece waa
pnly about u root long. In fact there
vvcie only threo ees on thu cutting.
There was not a doubt about It belnf
a true "sport" us the usuul precautious
wtjro taken, and tho shoot traced back
to tho original l-alinlnn seed cuttings.
which wus still In good shape In tho
From that foot of toeil cano has
sprung quito n lurgu amount of tho
now variety of Lubultin, aud next cur
n larger plot win be planted and pos
sibly some, or tho sued sent out to tho
Secretary W. p. Smith warned ev
erybody It wur time to Mart tor the
Federal Experiment Station, and thu
party quickly embarked in automo
biles and weio taken Over to Dr. Wll
There were many Interesting things
to see und Dr. Wilcox and his usslst
unts were on hand to explain things
to ever) body. After viewing sonio
il-kuiiivs, vvnicn naturally interested
tho canu men n lot, samples or cotton
)vero Biiown uy ur. wncox. uno vn
ilety which was grown an tho wind
ward side or Oahu, wan much admired
anil (ho Director said that samples or
it hail been shown to an Eastern ex
pert wuq stated that tlio cotton wus
belter than a variety that was selling
nt 70 cents a pound.
CheinJst Keljuy qr tlio stlUlou statr
had a short talk Willi tho managers
about certain dark soils at Wahlawa
that had mado plneapplo plants turn
yellow. Manager Fassoth said that he
had something of' thu sumo sort at
Kekaha and that he would send sam
ples of thu earth to thu station to have
an analysis mado by Mr. Kelley.
Assistant Entomologist Fullawuv
then conducted tho party Into his para
slto breeding house, and tho Insects
that aro to savo tho algeioba beans In
this country were 'examined.
Buiineis.and Evening Clothes made for
Y O U
W. W: AHAINA 5b CO.
'(WSo.KinjfSt. . . , ,,
Co. . K0
. Phone I5Z
.Island TraMftr. .
ExcmTttinir tnd Filling.
Vineytrd St., Ew' NuntnulStrelm
Arter a walk nnVliml the stnt'fon and
r. tnlk nbout corn by Dr. Wilcox, the
party once moro took to the automo
biles and depatted for tho College or
College of Hawaii.
President Gllmoro greeted tho pari)
In he hallwny of the College, and at
ence started to tell the cano planters
all nbout tho objects or the Institution.
It wus easily seen Hint most or the
managers were i;rentl surprised nt
thu scope of the College and tho presi
dent's remarks were listened tn wiih
"Wo have, so far, charged no fees
ror lnstiuctlon," suld President Oil-
more, "hut wu contemplate making n
chnngo next year. Thu students can
not holp but break glassw.iio In the
lrlxirnlmv nnil wn tool Itml n tinnihinl
cum or say, five dollars, would help!
us u iul in nj-eiiiiK M) liiu uiaruuiB
pml nccpssnry breakable articles."
The party wus led through Ihe ilHTef
put rooms und In the first visited, tha
Domestic Science department. Presi
dent Gllmoro nxikp of the good work
being done In thu way of rooking by
The library wns also visited mid tho
many booki spoken or by the prei Ident
welo to be seen on tho shelvps. The
Engineering Dipjitmcnt nnd Hint or
Arts and Science were Inspected with
grcnt Interest, and the fnct elicited thai
tho College wns doing exceptionally
good work along theso lines.
Agriculture naturally Interested the
",,a",or1,,ln '"l ,"".'' ,M!y S.1,OWU.'1 kot'"
appreciation of the fact that the Col
lego was nnklng n specially of that
At present," remarked President
Gllninre, "we nie handicapped by want
of land, but thu new site of the Col-
lego nt Munoa Valley wl,l allow u
liractlcal Instruction In soil husbandry
Irrigation' and live stock work being
given. At piescnt there Is no piessliia:
need for that kind of work, ns it Is
only In their Junior nnd senior euri
that tho students will hive to study
that part of tho course. At present all
tho students are freshmen."
After the whole college had been In-
tpected, tho party of planters thanked
Iho president for his Instructive tulk
I ml then mounting tho automobiles,
vvero whirled Into town In tlmu tor
Tlio whole afternoon was much en-
Jojod by the party nnd much that was
Interesting was seen at all threo places
HOUGH WEATHER resulted In
causing tho steamer Claudlne to renso
work ut somu of her regular ports or
cnll on the Island or Hawaii. Tho liner
arrived ut Honolulu this morning with
u inrge passenger list ami u irelgnt
list Including 10 cords or wood, 302
sacks or corn, and, 325 packages oi
siindilcs. On deck tlio vessel carried
43 hogs. Tho purser's report states
that tho schooner W. II. Marston,
Oceania Vance and the bark Annie
Johnson were ut Hllo on last jrondR),
AMONG THE vessels reported ns
having placed on the berth ut New
castle. N. S. W.. to bring shipments or
Australian coal to thu Havvallnn Is
lands Is the llritlsh steamer Kaiuona,
tho German freighter Walkuro nnd
bnrkentines Amuzon, Hawaii. J. c.
Meyer. John Pnjmcr, l-ubulna. bark
Koko Head, Urltlsh gteamer'lturflour
nnd llelglan steamer L'Avenlr.
A WIRELESS message from tho To
yo Kisen Kulshft lhcr Chljo .Main
now en roulo to San Francisco, Mates
that the vessel averaged twenty-two'
nn 1 a ouirter miles per hour during a
speed lint which wns maintained be
iween twelvo o'clock noon nnd four
o'clock p. in.
THE UIHTISII fieluiitcr Hunt-din.
with n shipment or ubnut five thousand
tons of coal from Noirolk, Vu , Is
twentv-lvvo ,ayH out rrom the Atlantic
coaBt coal jiort. Tlio vessel Is undei
Hood will bring rncl for thu local nav
THE LATEST wlieleas lecelvcd
from the Unlte1 States army trans
port Sheridan last evening gavo the
position of that vesiel as J ion miles
from Honolulu steaming towards Guam
aud Manila. '
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, November 17.
VICTOlUff Arrived No. 1:
S. S. Mnkura, hence Nov. D.
OAVIOTA Sailed Nov. 10:
Marlon Chllcott, for Honolulu
' FARES TONIGHT
A public consideration of the, pro
posed ordinance for tho regulation of
automobile mid hark fares In the Clt
nnd Count) of Honolulu will tike place
this evening In the assembly room of
the city Hall, Mclntjro Dlock, the ses
sion convening at 7:30.
Supervisor Qiilun, who Is sponsor
for thoniew regulation of tariff sched
nleB for'niotor cars as well as hacks
will be ready at that tlmo nnd place
to explain the pinioscd incosuru In nl
Thu matter Is one Hint will not only
Interest some twenty-two hack stands
and about a hair dozen motor car 11 v
cries, but the ordinandi is also of vital
imiiorlunco to tho general public.
Qulnn Is directly I ntoiich with tin
nuln livery business or thu coinmun
ly and lie Inrlsts that tlio price;
charged by the mnlulnnd supply house?
ror pnrts necessary to tho inalnUuatici
of nutomoblles linvo been soaring sk
ward within thu past eighteen mnnthi
or two jenis. Honolulu motor livery
men have been operating their car
under n tentative agreement anions
themselves. There has never been n
fixed maximum charge established hv
ordinance or icgiilatluu nnd that Is Iho
pin pose of tho new law which Super
visor Qulnn has presented to Hip
Doanl for consideration, uliltli meal
ure has now been lead for tho flrrt
Tonight's meeting is open to nil. It
Is hoped that luleiested Iheijmen nr
well as hotel people and reprexenta
lives from Iho promotion organization?
will bo present and take n band In the
consideration ami discussion of the
merits or demerit-rot tlio pioposed or
dinance. The Supervisors wnnt to hoir ox
prcsslons from Hit) people henco the
broadcast Invitation for nil to partic
ipate In thu study ot the bill mil Ihe
deliberations or tho meeting.
GO TO WATERTQWN
!la)or Fern, Supervisors Qun:i, A)
lctt nnd Knne, representing Iho Com
mittee on Honda and Urldes, s-ecre
tary Illveuburg, City and County En
glneer Gere, and City Physician Mack
all left shortly after 1 o clock toila;
for an Insiiectlnn of Wntertown, frou.
which district has come, lomplalnt.
concerning tl'i lack or emu t roadt
essential to tl.e trnuspoi tall i.i mid
tralllc or that busy co.niuuuln.
A letter io"i'vtil by ihs l.o.ird ot
Supervisors rrim Ad in hi' C. IV Iiti
shows the prl. in ncteitslty Id a ..ubllt
highway. As It Is now there Is no
public thorouHi-) to tto I'c.irl Hui-
bor naval reso'.atlou Itv i ttntatlvi
agreement vvllii the ml-jliiiing pla
tat Ion access to Hie ,i-i'.vutlon n
gained by tiav citing over private road-
The special committee or Supervls
nrs who left for thut district this after
noon will go Into the matter of putting
through a roud. It is thoiight thai the
city und.county will not bo icqulred to
condemn tho road at tho present time
and tho mutter may bo passed up to
the Department of Public Works if
such a proceeding Is found necessary
There is great need for a public
road. It Is believed that somu action
In a muclilj mooted matter will he
taken following u visit of tho purty to
day. LEAL CHARGES
Josepli I.eul, Chief of Delettlves,
now under suspension by Sheriff Jar
rctt pending mi Investigation of
charges Died against him, may be
called before tho polite coinmlllee
or tlio Clt) und County Hoard of Su
Leal stoutly maintains his Inno
cence. Ho tourts an eaily and
beuidilng Investigation of his iec
oid us n polite ollltei. Sheiiff Jar
Ittt states that lie hus the matter In
hand, but bus not formulated tho
list of t binges as jet, but may have
all iliitu teaily for presentation to
the polite committee within u day
One allegation vvlilth was proinl
ntntly plujed up by u moinlng pa
pei bus been exploded tluough uii
Investigation made, by Couuty Attoi
ney Mllvurton. A Spanluid vyho
mude charges or petty giutt was
seen, but had nothlnk ofva tangible
nature to offei us evidence against
tho accused otili.gr.
Thursda, November 18.
Stmr. Claudlne, from Maul lortn,
Thursday, November 18,
Stmr. Claudlne, from Hawaii nnd
Maul ports; pass, and gen. cargo.
Stmr. Kaauhou, from Kaannpntl; no
Wednesday, NovembiVr 17.
Sfmr. Mlknhala, for Molokal iorts,
5'10 p. in. '
Dr. S, S. Ilomrra, for Sound, S:C(l
Thursday, November IS
Am, ctmr, Santa Kiln, forSan l.iiU
tn ballast. '
Slmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai ports:
pass, and gen. cargo.
ear go, ;,
wall ports; pass,
P. M, S. S. Asia, finm Hongkong
2nd Japan ltorts: pass, and gen. cut go.
P. M. 8. H. Asia ror San Francisco;
pass, and geu. cargo, p. in.
Stmr, .Manna Kea, fioni Maui ami
Hawaii poits; pass, mall nnd gen.
cargo, a. tn,
A.-ll. Alaskan, from Seattle; gen.
M. N. S.
H: lla.U's, from Seattle;
Per slmr. Claudlne. from Maul und
Hnwall jsirts. Dr. W. II. Deas. H. 1'
Baldwin, Mrs. C. Souza, Mrs. S. I.'.
Lucas, II. I). Baldwin. I). While, A. N.
Ha.vseldeli, Host, Oils. II, A. Peterson.
Mrs. C. M alloc.
I PAS8ENQERS BOOKED i
Per Btnir. Manna Kea, for Hawaii
and Mnul ports, Nov. 23 H. C. Wnld
ion, J, 11. Fuller, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M,
Itoss, Mrs. Geo. Klcugel Mrs. W. L.
West, Mrs. A. Mason, John Haiti. I).
. May, Mrs. W. E. Dayton, Mrs. Em
Ina Hepburn. Mr. and Mrs. W. I'ullir.
S. Illenthnl. Mrs. Llllenthal. J. T.
Per stmr. Klnaii, for Kauai ports.
Nov. 23. I. Fi8Soth. Mrs. WIHilngltm.
II. P. I'nje, Mrs. Faje, Miss Fnjo.
Miss Duliu, A. Uuchhollz, Miss J, Holi
Pur stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kami
ports, Nov. 18. IJ. I). Ualdwln, C. W.
Spitz, C. H. Wilcox, O. F. Winter. Mrs.
Winter. II. L. Curl.
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Mnul und
Hawaii ports, Nov. 2fi Capt. Lehn
ers. Capl. Howe.
Por stmr. Manna I.oa. for Kona npd
Knu ports, Nov. 20. I). I), Maconachle.
Malls are due at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Pan Fraiclsco Per China, Nov. 23.
Yokohama Per Asia, Nov. 20.
Vancouver Per Makura. Dec. 10.
Colonies Per Aorungl, Doc. 8.
Malls will depart for the following
polnta as follows:
San Francisco Per Liirlino, today.
Yokohama Per China, Nov. 23.
Vancouver Per Aorangl, Dec. 8.
Colonies Per Makura, Dec. 10
ilitfoid. urrlvtd at San 1'runclt.cii from
Honolulu, Oct. 15.
Dlx. from Honolulu for Seattle. Nov. K,
LogarfJ nt San Francisco.
Thomas, from Manila for Honolulu
Sheridan, from Honolulu for Manila,
JAVA PORTS wus tho destination
taken b tho Urlllsh helghter Homein,
which got away last night arter hav
ing discharged nearl) llvo thousand
Ions ot coal consigned lo tlio United
Stutes naval station.
THE AMERICAN oil tanker Sautii
Itlta sailed for Port Sun Luis Hilx
mornlug after having discharged it
fjilpuienj of fuel oil consigned lo Hit.
Associated Oil Company's plant.
RECENT AHHIVALS Included tho
steuntr KljiiIioii rrom Kuuunp-ill,
the vesstl bihiglng no freight for this
I ort. Tho Kenuhou experienced fair
weatliei on both outwurd und Inwuiil
Tilt: FHENCH bounty oarnln hark
Lu lllauchu Is reported as having
balled from Hohart, Tasmania, twcnl).
11h dujs ago. Thu vessel, s caliltig
heio coiulgaud to Hlud. Ht'lph & Co.
IT IS EXPECTED Ihat tho Inter Is
land steamer Lllrellkn will lm ,nu.
Palched for Hoitokaa at 5 o'clock this
cvellnB' The vessel Is now taking on
CU1S" l'tlned for tho Hawull port.
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