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EVENINO DULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. ., MOSDAY, NOV. 24, 1009.
M OKRISON IS LAID
YcBterday afternoon the last earth
ly iHcb wero performed over the ro
mains of Alexander Morrison, who
riled on Saturday tnornlng nt tho
Tho Eqrvtci'H at the, Knights of I'ylli
Inn huH'wore held under tho nusplces
or tho Eagles, of which liody Morrison
was a member, A choir of tdrls sang
tevernl lijnuis nnd tho customary
players were said.
Tho cortege left tho undertakers nt
- 2:.10 o'clock nnd was headed by In
kpeclor Scnjly oil horseback. Tlie
Eagles to tho number of' ISO rQllowcd
t.n foot, tmd then came n long train of
carriages nfler tho hearse.
Iho liiterincnt t(H)k placo nt the
Niiunnn ccinutcry nnd the grave was
covered-with wreaths. One bountiful
wreath from his most Intimate friends
was composed of hluo on I whllo flow,
i rs, nnd hnd the iinmo "Alec" In the
center Another from tho employes of
, Cation & NollI was very handsome,
nnd shoued tho esteem tho dead man
was held In by the firm.
John Cutton took n photograph of
tho flower coverud grnvo to send to
Murrlsnn'n parents In Scotland.
HOLD FIELD DA?
(Continued from PajrcM.)
Potato Race for Children.
At promptly 10 o'rtock ln the 'morn
ing Mr. Sale, the i.lmlrman of the
iimureiiient committee, nnd olllrlal
i.tiirler, gave the signal Tor tho begin
ning of the first event, u imtnto race
Tor children. .Master Rlchnrd' Carol the Knnnkns.
ttTflM tt.it 41. - l.,.ni .....I ..! t.. .. II
won the llist heat and Mnster Hnittidl
(Jiilnan won the seeond heat. In the
finals .Maxtor Ulcliuid .bent .Master
Hurlcll, thus st-iuilug first placo. Ite
milts .Muster Itlchnrd Carol, Unit:
Master llnrtzoll (Julnaii, second.
Potato Race for Ladles.
Tho next ii nt on tho program waB
n potato mil! for Indies. Kour bents
wrio run, tho limit honors being car
ried off lly .Mis. V. N. Klnlaycon. Mist,
nnd Airs. J. (I llohU'ioft, second.
An event of unusual Interest was
llio wheelbarrow nice. The "wheel"
of n number of the harrows later de
ilnretl that the deck felt cold mid
clammy, but only one wheelbarrow
wns upset. .Mr. S. J. Kpperley as the.
wheelbarrow nnd .Mr. A. 1'. Ilussell ns
the laborer won llrst place. Dr. I,. K.
('use and .Mr. (1. (.'. Ilnutn coming in u
In this rnco each fair contestant
wns given an egg In a spoon und, to
use n slung uxpiesston, wns requested
lo "bent It." Judging by the largo
milliner or luules entering the raco,
this event wns very popular. The man
agement desires to deny tho charges
brought hy.a number of tbu unsuccess
ful contestuiitHthnt, they were given
tiftrlch' eggs A6 'carry '" deml-tusse
spoons. It was ordinary hen's eggs
("Callus doincstlcn," Linn.), in good
sired Hpoons. .Mrs. W. N. Kinlaysnii
won Mist placo, whllo .Miss .M. A. Phil
llti" nfler n srneeful (though unneces
sarily low) bow, nnd a close Inspec
tion of the nilnulo structure of the
wood In tho deck, cume In second.
The three-legged race prated as
popular among the gentlemen as tho
egg and spoon rnce amolig tho ladles.
Tho Mcmi-tluals were won by .Messrs.
II. S. Cray and A. T. Gillespie nnd
.Mi ssrs. A. J. Welch and J. J. Page. In
tho finals .Messrs. Cray and Gillespie
were tho successful contestants.
Tho three-legged rnco finished tho
events scheduled for tho morning, and
almost before tho rofereujs whistle
blow the sliufflo-bourd brigade cleured
tho deck for action for their favorite
Shortly after 2:. 10 p. m. a cock fight.
the llrst eeut of the afternoon, took
place. Tho roosters were nil of tho
best breed and In prime condition.
Their crowing was a delight to tho
eats. Tho fights weru short but vi
cious, mill the victories decisive. Mes
srs. J. J. Pago al-.d C'N. Guertln won
in the Bcmi-flnals, but in tho battlo
thai ensued weight counted more than
guod looks, and Mr. Guertln carried
off the first prize In this most excit
the upper deck of tho S. S. Manchuria
on Kami day, November 27. Tho pro
gram was long and varied and the
tuutestnnts were strenuous and en
thusiastic. Tho day wus perfect, with
n fresh breeze blowing up a spray
buiely enough to Iny the dust on tho
This was a mixed rnco for ludles
and gentlemen. Tho tusk assigned to
the ladles' wus pnitlcularly arduous,
slncu they had to hold the needles
whllo tho men did tho 50-yard dash.
Koi Innately, there wore no aycldents
and most of tho ladles finished In good
condition. Tho race was close and
the Judges had a most delicate task
In awarding tho decision. Miss Char
lotte Hull, with Mr. H. 8. Gray, and
Miss Florence Ilourno, with Dr. L. E.
Case, won their respective heats. In
the finals Mr. Gray and Dr. Case reach
ed tho lino marking the end of the
touiso about tho same time, but tho
Doctor stuck out his tongue and the
Judges dec lured lilm tho winner by n
Next In thu older of events was the
Jlnttlo-wib Jluce. This. also,, was a
mixed luce, thu ladle's driving blind
folded men through a maze of bottles.
( wus facetiously, but quite erroneous
ly, remarked by one' of tho by-stunders
that the ladles weio 'diivlng tho meu
tu drink. Tho ease with which some
of the contestants did tho driving prov
ed that they were not novices In this
sport. A fact brought to the atten
tion of tills paper by one of thu fair
contestants is that It Is far easier to
drive u man in possession of Ills full
sense of sight than It Is to steer him
when ho Is blindfolded, Qeutlo sua
sion Is far more effective than actual
physical force. Miss Florence Itoume,
driving Dr. I E. Cnse, won tho race'
without difficulty. Mr. C. V. Samuel
son also ran. '
Hardly was the' last-mentioned
eent concluded before the grand
stnnd moved en mnsne to tho stern of
the deck to witness the spar-pillow
fight. This wns by far the 'funniest
ovenl of tho day so far as tho specta
tors nro concerned. Oh, for tho pow
ers of a Homer to sing of the glories
of theso battles! The gods up on
high Olympus watched the fights, sid
ing now with one of tho warriors, now
with the other. Doth Mars and Venus'
were on the side of .Mr. E. It. Shnw
and tho wonders ho "performed on the
slender spar would hnve done credit
to an Achilles. Ho mesmerized his
opponents with the trimness of his
Van Dyke and his debonair smile. Nov
er losing his temper once, he cnuscd
brainstorms In tho heads of his rivals.
The sporting editor believes that Van
Dyke beards should be ruled out of
spar-pillow fights. Mr. Page, nlthough
having difficulty in keeping his feet
clear of the ground,. did remarkably
well, winning second place.
The final event of the evcr-to-be-rc-membered
Field Day was a tug-of-war
Honolulu passengers vs. Through
passengers, ten men on each tenm. A
finer aggregation of brawn and mus
cle would bo difficult to find any
where on tho Pacific. The excitement
among tho spectators was Intense and
tho cheering wns vociferous. The sine-
tntu Knnnku yell of the Honolulu root
ers wus particularly effective.
The Honolulu team lmdno difficulty
In scoring the first point, carrying thu
Through team clear off their feet. Hut
the latter team took a brace In thu
iiecond round and repaid the compli
ment by doing as much to thu Hono
lulu team. The thtid round was closo,
but after lengthy deliberation, tho
Judges decided the match In fin or of
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 29. Su
ear 00 degrees test, 4.33. Previ
ous Quotation, same.
Beets 88 analysis, 12s 0 3-4d.
Parity. 4:67. Previnuc quotation,
12s 7 l-2d.
RESISTED AN OFFICER
Three Hownllnns entered the
premises of u Chinese restaurant
keeper nt Wnlklkl on Sunday morn
ing, nnd one Knha, having finished
pnrtaklug of rertnln refreshments,
declined to pay for the same. The
proprietor summoned n police offi
cer, who, whllo off duty, wns armed
with a badge and other credentials.
A free tight ensued which resulted
In the thre'e Hawniians getting n
little the best of the minion of the
law. At potlce court this morning
Knha and two companions were
booked with n charge of resisting
'an officer In the performance of his
duty. Kalis, who Is alleged us a
general all nround bad man, wns
given sixty days The two compan
ions were fined IK. and coits.
HOW VICTORY WAS
WON FORJLI YALE
GREAT GAME IN WHICH
HARVARD FAILED TO SCORE
Detils of Annual Football Co''it H
Cambridge Kicking by Yale
Han Won in Great Style.
15-yard line. Harvard' lost ten yards, i . ,...., ,.
And. nihnriln'e hMiln.1 bis own erml ,C. C. von Hamm has returned from.
line. Mlnot punted. Again Coy kick
ed. An on sldo kick gave the ball back
to Yale on Harvard s 29-yard line.
V. D. Westcrvclt nnd Mrs. Wes
tervelt are hark after n prolonged
Then tho Yale stands rose and began May In the United States. While
biuko loose, and the Hawaiian' Joy
knew no bounds. Thu clinching of tho
.Manila tenm by Mr. Gillespie was tlie
feature of tho ovent.
Au the sun sank bolow thu horizon
Into the 1'aelflc In a glorious riot of
color, tho spectatois, happy but fa
tigued, retired to prepare for the
dance and festivities oftho evening.
The Field Day was u success In ev
ery particular. Special thanks aru'due
to thu captain of the ship, his first of
ficer, und the steward for their prompt
und courteous assistance, nnd to the
surgeon of the ship fur his helpful sug
gestions. The Judges performed their
most dllllcult task In a thoroughly sat
Mr. C. F. Satnuelsou ns official nn
uounter and unofficial starter, clerk
of tho course. Judge, refeleu, and con
testant, was a thorough success.
Entered Nov, 27, 1009, from 10:30
a. m. to 12 noon.
Patrick I). Hugili 'nnd wife by
Atty., to Ulna C. Harvey. ...... .1)
Mm! M. Mcluerny, by Atty. to Mo
reno K. Ilulu D
S. Tnn n he to Ulan Sugar Co., I. Id
; C M
Asaklchlzo to Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd.
Thomas K. Sedgwick and wife to
Daniel Wlllats ........... I)
American Steam Laundry, I'.td. to
First Natl. Hank of Walluku.C M
Mary Wnrnc to Jumes C. Pratt Tr.tl
Knluna Kapcle and wife to llnth
sheba M,-Allcn D
Entered Nov. 29, 1009, from 8:30 a.
m. to 10:30 a. m.
It. Venhulzen to von llainni-Young
Co., Ltd C M
Kiedprlc V. Macfarlunc by itcgr.
URQED TO INDUSTRY.
tip to the time this paper goes to
preps the S. S. Manchuria has covered
174:t mill's on (bl'i tiin. Honolulu Is
thuiefoie XI" miles sway. The trip!
has been a delightful one, nnd thu
number of seasick people has been re
mat kubty "small. There are 1080 peo
ple on board tho Manchuria.
If baseball is our national game on
land then. Judging bv the enthusiasm
dlsplned, shuffle-board Is the nation
al gnmti on tho .Manchuria. Every
body plays it once, but only tho per
sov cling ones play It two days In succession.
A total eclipse of the moon occurred
on the night of November 26, about II
o'clock. A number of passengers
wuro Interested spectators. A lucid,
scientific explanation of the event was
given by Messrs. Louis Illock und A.
Engagement Announcements Nono
yet; but tho trip Is young!
VNUKDA OH. For thnt stiff feel
ing after shurric-board uso UNEEDA
OIL. Guaiautced to limber jou up, or
money i (.funded. For Bule every-whoio,
WANTED Thico square yards of
human cuticle to bo grafted on the
arms nnd elbows of one ut the contest
ants in thu cuck llyht. Those desiring
to contribute of their epidermis please
Infoim J. J. Pago.
FOR EXCHANGE One perfectly
good lemon, done up In tissue paper
In a pretty, black box, will bo ex
changed for Hooker's Natural History
or any other standard zoology con
taining u good plctuiu of n donkey
with a tall. Enqulie IIox 3, this office.
J. W. Miller, who Is a bnttle-scnrrcd
veteran of the Spanish American wur
nnd who clalni3 to have proper dis
charge papers from Iho nrmy, has been
hovering -about Honolulu since the
Star of Empire arose In the Philip
pines. Miller has been tosted as n
vagrant. Ho participated in n heart
to heart session with Police Judge An-
drade this morning and was given sev
en iluys In which to get in close con
nection with n live Job of work.
Huford. arrived at San Francisco from
Honolulu. Oct, IS.
Dlx. at Seattle.
Logan, at Snu Franclfxo.
Thomas, from Manila for Honolulu,
Sheridan, from Honolulu for Manila,
On Sutuidny evening, the Bpacinus
upper deck was transformed Into u
lullllant ball roam, with flags and bun
ting festooned on nil sides. The scene
was n guy.'otie Indeed, with tho bright
lights nnd evening gowns of the-ladles.
The 'Virginia Keel proved most popu
lar unci there were many Jolly-sots
that kept up with the strains of merry
music. Refreshments were served to
tho many guests present, and all wero
enthusiastic In their praise of the of
ficers, who spared nothing In their ef
foils to make the affair u success.
So hero's to tho good ship Manchuria,
Here's to her Captnin so brave
Her officers, too, and all of her crew
May they ever rldo Bafo on tho wave
Mr. L- 1). Sale, chairman; Messrs.
R. It. Elgin. L. Margolin, A. T. Gilles
pie, 11. Ilonlg, C. F. Samuelson, Lieut.
E. 0. Shall er, W. II. Robinson, A. P.
Ilussell, It, A. Wilbur; Mrs. E. M.
Jones, Miss Florence Ilourno Mrs. II.
W. Moseluy, Mia. L. D. Sale, Mrs. A.
L. Stein, Mrs'. 1). U. Rich. Miss II.
Turner, Miss Charlotte Hull, Miss H.
Blank books of' all aorta, ledgers
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Pu. UabWf Compaj
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
HUMBOLDT DAR. CAL.
Notice Is hereby given that Outside
Dar Hell Buoy, Humboldt Bar. Call
fornln, heretofore reported adrift, was
replaced November 17, In C3 feet of
water about mltlwny nnd In line be
tween Humboldt Outside liar Whist
ling Iluoy and North Jetty Outer End
By order of tho Lighthouse Board.
Vlce-Consul-Cleneral George E.
Chumberlln supplies the following
Items of Interest from Singapore re
During the first teven months of
190JL 2,998,428 pounds of cultivated
rubber wus exported from tho Fed
erated Malay States, an Increase ot
1,390,1(18 pounds over the same
period in 1908. It Is estimated that
the capital Invested in the Industry
In tills district bus Increased about
110,000,000 during the same period.
A NEW KIND of lifeboat, Invented
by an Englishman, consists of two
halves, divided by a longitudinal tun
nel, within which an endless chain
carrying paddles Is so adapted as tu
rotate round a pair of rollers by moans
of a crank shaft and iicdals project
ing from tho tunnel Into tho hull of
tile boat. Buoyunoy Is obtained by
cork floats attached to each side of
the hull, and airtight chambers ex
tend from the keel to tho top of the
hull at the stein and thu stern.
Judge Andrado assessed a fine of
ten dollars nnd tho trlmmhr.-i upon
one Llm Kuliauiinele, who wa.t found
guilty or abusing an Huwjallun woman
young In yeurs and rather soinoly in
uppcaranco. The woman appeared In
person before the magistrate and les
tilled to the treatment that she had re
ceived nt the hands of Kuhuu'iucle,
Tomorrow being St, Andrew's day.
tho ahuhul lolanl of St, Andrew's Ha
wnllan congregation will hold Its an
nual meeting In the parish house nt
2:30 p. in. All members are earnestly
requested to be presout. ,
The Industrial Edition of tkt
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CAMBRIDGE, .Mass., Nov. 20. Be
fore a howling mob of 37,000 people,
Yale's wonderful football machine to
day wound up Its remarkable Benson
with ait 8-toO triumph over Hannrd.
To achieve this the sons of old KM hnd
to play all the football they knew, and
Contain Coy's mighty-toe' wns resuoii-
slblo for tho kicking of two field goals'.
Yale could do next to nothing with
Its crimson foe by "straight" football.
This is madu clear by the fact that It
hard tho ball In Harvard's territory
four-fifths of the time In the second
half, and yet wns never ically neat4
crossing tho Harvard goal line. Points
were made by two field 'goals both by
Coy, ami a safety touchdown by Har
vard. One Hold gdal was1 kicked In
ench half, with the safety coming In
the llrst. " ' "'
Next to Coy1; Kllpntrlck wns the nor.
satloli of the game. Kllpntrlck wns nl-
ways on top of the man who leeched
Coy's punts. Browne, his opponent nt
end, scarcely ever delayed the Big
Ynlo man. ' '
The gamo started as few hne eer
Flatted, Lllley being laid but on thu
klckoff, which nocefisltttUd his retir
ing from play bo badly Injured that he
was unnblo'to walk for half an hour,
lying on sldo Hues well bundled up.
surrounded by u group of Touches.
Yale thought It had t-coreu a lourn
down Into in the flrrl l'nlf,.and so did
everyone else, the score board, an
nouncing live points.' Mlnot punted
from Ilnrvnrd'8 15-yard line, and Sav
age blocked It. the ball going over tho
line, whero both Snvago and Mlnot fell
on tho ball. It looked as If Savage hnd
It, but It turned out to bo a Harvard
man, tho piny going for a safety.
Yale tried no fewer than live goals
from tho Held In tho first half, foiir
going wide, and tho 'fifth, by Coy, go
ing over the croBSunr. coy puiucu
from the 30-yard lino the time It
counted. Hobbs twlco tried a place
ment goal from tlie 40-yard line, encn
time falling. Coy tried drop kicks
from tho 2ft nnd 18-yard lines, each
time missing. ,
Tho spectacular features of tho op
ening period were two runs around the
left end by Corbctt for twenty und
twenty-eight yards and u 25-yard dash
through Harvard's lert wing ror a z.v
In tho second half, aftor Harvard
had smashed through the blue line
from Its own 45-yard line to Yale's 25
yard lino, It lost Its chauce tu score
through nn offsldv kick going wrong.
Yale getting the ball and working Its
wny up to Harvard's 22-ynrd mark,
where It wus stopped on downs.
Thereafter it was a case of both
teams taking turns rushing the ball,
usually to be held after a few yards'
gain and punting. It wns tho team of
the century, ns Ynle'hbs come yi bo
known this season, against the best
team Harvard has produced this 'cen
tury, and the tenm of tho century
Ynlo brought to the Stadium a rec
ord that no other-Important" tenm has
earned this season und fevv ever earn,
n" record that would have beaten the
average Harvard team ot previous to
flvo years ago, for not only had the
blue not been scored on this year, hut
Its line had not been threatened.
So good n football team was It that
to sing "Hrlght College Years." Three
. rushes, however, only yielded six
On the third down, with the ball on
Harvard's 3',-ynrd line. Captain Coy,
ten yards further back, dropped his
second field goal 'of the day, making
the score Ynlti 8, Harvard 0.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov, 21.
The Yale football players came home
today from Harvard In tiptop condi
tion, with the exception of Lllley and
Vaughnn. Yale players Insist that un
der the football rules the officials had
no right to disallow' the touchdowns
absent Dr. Weservelt delivered sev
eral lecures upon Hawaii. He left
here well equipped with Interesting
J, R. Gait of the Hawaiian Truft
Company has returned by the Mnn
churln, as did K. 8. Lowrey of the
firm of- Lewcrs & Cooke,
Among the large number of tour
ists who will remain In Honolulu
and the Islands for nn Indefinite pe
riod are Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Van
Schuvver. who are prominent In
mndo by Savage, who fell on the ball I business and social circles of Port
behind tho goal nfter HobW punt, nnd j land, Ore. ' llr. and Mrs. Van
by Howe, who picked up the ball nfter Schuyler Intend to remain at Hono-
.Mlnnt's on-sldc kick behind tne goaiu through the winter months.
and ran the entire length of tho field
lend Coach Howard Jones returned
with Cnptaln Coy todny and departed
l"1 'y "'""uw! "u" "." " u .Mb I. Phllh.nlnoB
slst his brother, Tad Jones, the nead i -" ......-.....,.,
coach of the Syracuse eleven, whip
the team Into shape for the Thanks
giving Day match In New York City
The Yale Football Association a
counting up Its receipts for the sea
son. They will reach about $33,000
from tho Princeton game, and Ynle
received about $7,000 from the match
with r row ii. From tho minor games
of the season Yale will receive about
Talk Is renewed about Yale's now
stndliuu, but until tho matter of re
vised rules Is settled no action 6n en
larging the stands will be taken.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 21.
With tho departure of thu victorious
Yolo team from New Haven and the
scattering of the crowds that came to
scu the clash, the defeat ot tho .Har
vard eleven came up for analysis by
tho crimson football managers. They
round llttlo satisfaction In tho realiza
tion thnt lnrvnrd prevented n touch
down, for the two field goaU that gnve
Ynle six of Its eight points were due
to development of a 'department of the
game In which Harvard has usually
Im-cm weak kicking.
Plans for the football campaign of
next year will be taken up before tho
end of tho week, nnd with a lot of fine
material In sight, the crimson win
aguln attempt to make more even the
series which today stands so over
whelmingly In Ell's favor.
It dovelopcd today mat more money
that pcopel realized had been wagered
by Harvard undergraduates on 'their
tenm, and there wero many evidences
of poverty among tho students In con
sequence, but they are loynl, nnd are
promising themselves a ennnce iu j
even next year.
A 1LUAT1WU Ulil
HELPS FURNISH 7
RathofPalama Assists in
Work of Gathering
"I have made out a echr-.ltile of
question': which will he prlnUd and
distributed by Dr. Clark, th" r.eism
director, In order to ateeitaln what
f.imllles are dependent in the Asso
ciated Charities !n thefe Islir.iU"
Thus spoke Superintendent Rath, of
the Pnlanm Settlement this morning,
to a reporter, who had called to en
t,nlre as to the working of the socio
logical census that Is to be ta'ten in
"General Booth," continued the Sup
erintendent, "did the ratrie thing tu
London, and hat written mmy books
tn tho condition ofi'the pnverty-itrick-en
r-cople In that big city, Wc want
U. UIIWIUI M tl,U UUlB-iil , .... .. .
Revenue. Mr. Hord has Bet, eflnlto '"Burns on the poor of
been away from the islands for near- " "V """ "u ' "" ""
V a year and has devoted his time I h ? ends meet.
M Washington, whore he wis In- "Thoro Ma great ileal of poverty In
Strumentnl In placing an array of '"" '" '"" " "u"k i
facts and figures before the Benate "v tt father nmthpr and saven chit
and the House 6t Representatives In , !ren t "ml shelter for. They have all
the Interest of the passage of 'the ' ")" 'ug in one room mr some nine
pvn tnriir bin. llord wns one of '"'t have now been exlcled from even
There are many through passen
gers of more or less prominence In
army, naval nnd Insular government
much ns- the Manchuria will call at
Manila upon leaving Nagasaki, Ja
pan, nnd afterwards proceeds to
Hongkong, the steamer Is bearing a
liumber of Important officials.
Among tho more Important Is
John S. Hord, director of the Bureau
(Continued from Pa 1.)
entertainments wero planned and
. . . . .., n.A.iilInn
carried 10 suucwiui "'
The program of sports which took
the very officials In the Philippines
admirably equipped for this Import
nt work. He declared this morning
that It wns an uphill fight all along.
He met with Intense antagonism
from the allied sugar, tobacco and
other big trusts which now control
the necessities or luxuries of life in
the United States.
Mrs. Frank Drannagan, anpther
passenger, is the wlfo ot Philippine
Commissioner Frank Brannagan ot
Mlnlla. J, W. Qurten Is prominent
ly Identified with the extensive se
cret service In the Philippines and
hai been on a round the world tour.
Captain Albert Mertz Is connected
with the United Stales navy and Is
proceeding to Cavlte, P. L, to take
station. Judge ltohde Is returning
to the Philippine bench nfter an ex'
tended vacation spent In tho eastern
Dr. Bogard, who leaves the Man
chulra nt Yokohama, Is to take
charge of the United States Marine
Hospital at that port. L. D. SaWls
u financial man from 1-os Angeles,
und he Is accompanied by his wife
nnd making n tour of the east.
Bound for Shanghai, P. D. Merrill
Is one of the high officials connected
thnt ioor abode.'
"Tho settlement is doing all It cm
lor the really poor people,-and at pres
ent wo have sixteen cottages occupied
by families wtio are, -under our rare.
The census figures and facts will give
people an ld.oao how mucn real pov
erty there Is- hero In our' midst, and
how people live, and what It costs them
for food, etc,' ", - , ''
t WATERFRONT NOTES "Tl
he program 01 .or.. '-"-" with the Imperial Chinese custom
Jhce on last Saturday was the cu - lhaW , He h on
ulnntlng event ofthe trip- A full , ot'nbgenCe.
account appears In another column
of today's' Bulletin. A numbor
or Honolulu people participated In
the list of events.'"
W. M. Alexandor Is n member of
the firm of Alexander & Baldwin or
San Francisco nnd Hawaii. lie
comes here to look Into the possible
taking over of the agency of tho Mc
Bryde plantation. Mr. Alexander
will be one of a party of ten or
more who will leave for Kauai by
lh steamer Kinau tomorrow after
noon. Mrs. A. F. Afong la n returning
passenger from the mainland.
F. F. Baldwin, promlneutly Iden
tified with the business Interests or
.Y..tT.'..". '".''. "",":;. .. Spreckelsvllle plantation, has re-
.ur ic nil ... ........, f--.? .w -
not had to snow lis nanu ueioro us
turned from a trip to the mainland.
J. P. Dole, one of tlie pioneers In
the culture ot, the now 'famous Ha-v.-allan
pineapple. Is 'back 'from -a
successful business trip to the United'
conflict with tho crimson. Harvard
gavo the tenm of the century a fight
that tho sons ot km win long remem
ber. No two words could poslsbly de-
scitue me nmiuue 01 mo iiarvi.ru navd u,,,,,, n ()eai rM etrtle
eleven today. It forgot It was beaten ' ,, ri. .. ...Wnlmr
and so wont In to win. They did not ,"-alcr. wa8 amfmB ln? 'reluming
win. but they fought a nght that makes I""" "" "
all Harvard proud of them. R. R. Elgin has .been-looking after
Yale came oh the field at.ltt", fol-construction matters 'for-the Kohala
lowed a moment later by Halyard, nil I road over on Hawaii, He r'
Both teams, which wero given a royal. 1'iined from a mainland visit by the
greeting, ran through their slgnuls nnd Manchuria.
ttiA klr-Woi-fi irnt off some lone DUIltS. I u.... n.n . itr 11,
LrltT .-. k 'from ma.nl.nd.
from whore ho brought back n fair
sldo ot tho field and the wind, giving
Harvard tho kick-off.
After Coy" had failed several tlniCB
on an attempted goal from tho field,
Andrus sent the ball over for a safety.
There wns u long discussion on Au
drus' kick over Harvard's goal lino.
when a Ynlo man fell on the ball, ana
finally tho scoreboard announced that
It was u Harvard safety, und Yale
was given two points. Coy failed nt
another goal from the field, and Har
vard kicked it on the first 'down.
Standing on his 35-yard lino, Coy kick
ed a goal from the field, making the
score Harvard 0, Yale 5.
After two Harvard rushos tlmo'for
-tho first half was called, with the ball
In Harvard s possession on tneir z
The second half started with Cooney
kicking to Harvard's 20-yard lino. Tho
ball was rushed back four yards. Ml
not'klcked: a torwurd pass netted live
yards, and It wns Yale's ball on hor
M. Hall McAllister; accompanied
by his wife and two daughters, are
from the Pacific coast. Mr. McAl
lister represents one of the' big Im
porting houses of 8an Francisco
which have much todo'wlth thelm
portatlons from Central and South
America. The party Is journeying
to China and -Japan.
Joseph H. Mayer Is a member or
the legal firm ot Mayer 6 Mclnerny
H. J. Small has been closely Iden
tified with the Harrlman railway In
terests. He 'Is making a round trip
to the east and may devote some
time to looking over the situation at
Manila and the railroads now un
der constructon i southern nnd cen
tral Chna. .
bride. Mr. and Mrs. Hall 'were the
recipients of a 'pleasing ovation upon
their arrival this morning.
After several months spent on the
mainland Iu the Interests of 'the
Chamber of Commerce, President
James F. Morgun returned by the
Manchuria. While on the coast Mr.
Morgan gave some attention to the
consideration of 'a suspension ot the
coastwise shipping laws.
C. P. Morse, the resident manager
ot tho Amerlcan-Hawnlln Steamship
line, has returned from a 'trip In the
Interests of the big freight' line, lie
Is accompanied by Mrs. Morse and
George 'W. Odell and Mrs. Odell
and n sou and daughter ure closely
rcluted to ex-Governor Odell, of New
York. They come to Honolulu -to
. .- i . vr
"la tho matter of 'John Atcberley.
nn alleged Insane person," has now
come to 'be regarded, aa the best pos-
tlble. Illustration of perpetual motion
as applied to the machinery ot thu
courts the Supreme Court In partic
'A. notice of appeal, was fllod todav
from the decision' of the Circuit Court
denying un Atcberley motion for a
Jury trial made on November 17. Tho
points of law cltod In the Atcherley ap
peal are to the geueral effect that Act
14ft of the Session Laws of 1909 are
unconstitutional and that the adminis
tration of tho Act fa vetted In the "un
controllable pleasure" of the iiersoiuiel
of the ' Insan'ty commission.
52-yard Hue. Coy kicked. Leslld made J spend several of the wlntor months,
four yards, and then Mlnot carried thu
ball and wua'nartlally dragged through
for forty yards. Mlnot mado five yards
more; Mlnot madu tho first dowu on
Yale's 29-yard lino. Here the Yale
lino stood firm, and Harvard tried an
ou-sjdu kick. Tho ball went over the
goal lino for a touchback.
Here came a flve-iuluutu 'pause
whllo tho players had their faces
sponged, while Goebel had to submit
to having his neck rubbed.
Harvard tried un on-slde kick, but
tho bull went to Yulo. Coy punted und
Hobbs recovered it. Phllblu madu
flvo yards through thu center, und
then Coy tried another on-slde kick,
but ngulu It was Hutvaid's ball on thu
THE AMERICAN hark Kalul.inl will
receive n general overhauling and
cleaning before sailing for the- coat
This vessel hai been at the port slncu
September 20, when rhe arrived with
a cargo of Australian conl froi.i New
castle. N. 8. W. The veiael suffered
on accident to her rudder en the war
up from Australia and this irccssltattd
her remaining at Honolulu for an ex
tended period. There is a hrg: force
of Japanese at work on the Inside of
the vessel cleaning and scaping the
THE STEAMER Maul, from Hawaii
ports, wart an arrival at the port this
morning, bringing a shipment of grn
e'rnl cargo' and soveral passciuers.
This vessel aim brought tho leimlus
of the mother of Justice Perrr who
died recently while vlsltln; on the hl;
THKPACIFIC MAIL Uner 'Unchur
la, sailing for Japan'norts and Manila
at' 5 o'clock this evening, will lake lt
less than a doten passengers fiom IhU
lort. There Is a small cargi for the
Orient, About four hundred tuns ti."
general freight was left at (Connlulu.
THE STEAMER Mlkahala, frofi
Maui and Molokal ports, brought our
horse, a shipment of 100 hogs, ll
craios chickens, 23 bbndles hides, 7ft
sacks paddy, 7fi sacks, corn and S5
packages sundries. Tho Mlkahala ex
perienced a fine trip over to this port.
THE FREIGHT LIST of tho steamer
Klnau. arriving from Kauai (ictte. In
cluded 2500 sacks of K sugart iJ6 casrs
of plneap'ples, C79 sacks of -riee, -13
nacks taro, 20 crates cocoauuts aud,8
packages sundries. Fine weather was
exiw'rlenced ou the 'trip. ' '
INCLUDED .in the freight brought
to Honolulu ' by the steamer Noeau
Iroui Kauai ports was 1100 sacls rice,
S88 sacks paddy, 15 sacks bran, aud
C2 sacks Buudries.
A 8M.M.L BKIPMENT ?! scrap Iron
was 'taken' by the schooner Anuje
Johnron, which 'has sailed from Hlhi
fpr San Francisco. This vessel has
been discharging a large general cargo
nt the Hawaii port.
' TUB MATSON liner Enterprise wan
teported at 717 miles from Hllo on
last' Saturday evening, The vessel Is
th routo'to Sail Francisco with a fow
I assengers' and .'general cargo?-
IT IS EXPECTED that -the Ameri
can' steamer Rosecrans will arrive
from Oavlota tomorrow morning. The
vessel Is bringing bulk oil Jor the As
loclkted CHI Company.
THE PACIFIC MAIL, liner Siberia,
from San Francisco to the Orient:
which passed through Honolulu on
November 15, arrived at Yokohama
cu Saturday. ' ,
Air und Mrs. a. W, Ogg ure re
luming passengers by the, vessel
after u delightful visit ou the main
land. Mr. and Mrs. Ogg will soon
return to their home at Pnhala,
whero Mr. Ogg Is manager of the
Hawaiian Agricultural Company. v
E. II. Harris, a director of E. O.
Hall & Son, Is enrolled among the
voyugers who arrived ut the port by.
Aubrey Roblueou,' the Kauai cap
italist, Is among the Manchuria Ho
After u brief trip Iu the Interest
of his extensive uutonioblle business, ly oicn
There was somo good tennis at Ewa
yesterday when the doubles handicap
was advanced a step. Mauy visitors
from town wero present at the tennis
court, and all the good strokes were
Iu tho first rouud Oldlng nud Orote
beat Silver and Goiivou, C-3, C-4: Mc-Eac-hern
unci Davidson bvat Henton,
Sr., and Guild, C-4, 8-G; McKcever '4ud
Greenfield beat Schmidt aud Collius,
S-6, 2-6, 6-4. , .
Tho second round went aa follows:
Bento and Ramsey best. McLean and
NoIau,.6-4,-9-7; McEacberu and David
sou beat Oldlng and Orote, C-3, 4-6, C-4;
McKeyer-aitdiOreeu0eld but Reutou,
Jr., audiLarseu, 2-0, ti-1, 6-2; Eklund
aud Yatuamoto beat Kuesolh and Mul
ler, 6-4, 6-4. -
Thu finals will be- played during the
comliig week and tho event looks fair-
MIGHT BOND, WATER SYSTEM
(Continued 'from Face 1.)
bonded Indebtedness, iho anuUal In
terest charge for 'tho last perM
amounting lo )38,'l5.41. Ten per "cent
of the revenues have, to j;o for bobii
Interest and i redemption, and 'accord
ingly there s- not much left for the
purposes of meetlug the costs of 'net?
aary ettenslouaud Improvements', the
authority to carry, out being vested 'by
the last. Legislature' In the bsnds of
Hie Governor and. the' Superintendent
of Public Works. , v
-Eveu It Owelty was blessed with au
adequate source'" of water 'supply,
UwapDWi, states that It wunld be still
confronted, with' a problem of delivery
UcauM ot the small situ ofytht mains,
the city having far outirpwu a water
system planned' for a much smaller
community than the Honolulu of to
day, ll -it - m