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BVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H.. THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1909.
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;( HawalUn Slated.
Honolulu Cainmandory Rcei-
iilar 5 p. m.
Uel Aloha Chapter No. 3 Reg
ular. All Isltlne members of the
Order ore cordially Invited to
attend meetings of loeirtlodces
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
BENEFICIAL AWWION. ciations cor
'HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Mnndny evening nt
,7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hull, Tort Street.
K. It. I1I:NUIIY. Seeretnry.
I 1, I). Wlcke, N. O.
All vtsit'liii; biotherH .cry cordially
0A1IU" IQDGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Trl
Uay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Tort and lleretanla. Visiting
luotbura cordially Invited to attend.
,. V. R. NUGENT, C. C.
r" It. C03I.1NU, K. It. S.
HONOLULU I0DQE G1C, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, 11. P. O.
Elks, meets In their, hall, on King
Ktieet. near Fort, every Friday oven.
Jog. Visiting Drothera are cordially
Invited to attend.
. K.A. DOUTHITT, E. K.
II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Moots on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
(7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
pjerctunla and -Furt streets.
Visiting Eagles nro Invited to at
tend. W. M. McCOY, W. Pres.
r' " II. T. MOORE, Secy.,
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 1th Saturday
""evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and JJcretanlii. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to nt
Xenil. F. M. McGREW. C. U.
K. A. JACOlttON, K. It. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE. No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Mectn every first and third Thurs
days of each month at KnlghtB of
PythliM Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Wully fuvlted to uttond.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
t:. V. TODD, C. of It.
You can get real Oriental onturnld
rry nt L. Ahoy's Niiuanu street slorc.
Tho most dullcato gurments can brj
pafoly Intrusted to tho French Laun
dry, 2!i8 Herotnnla street, whero all this
.work Is donu by hand. '
Fashion sways us all. An ultra fiiBh
Icnublo effect In man's 1910 button boot
Packard. Call and seo this gem nt
nicluerny'H Shoo Store
Consult l!i,li(i Trust Co.'s real cs
Into dupaitiiiuiit for lloiiolulu pror
iTty. They can sell you what you
..want nniT ut tho right price.
'You can't mako u lietter Now Year's
rcHolutloii than to suvo and theie Is
iifr hotter wry to suvo than by opening
2i saWngg uccount ul tho Hank of Ha
Special salo on Saturday of infants'
Mtiuknts at Snchs Diy (Inoils Co. S1.25
blankets III bo sold for U5c. Don't
reglcct to tako ndvantaso of Ihu "tloll
coulcBt", It Is gnlnliig In populailty
t'Veiy day .
HEATTI.I-J, It I ilei'l.ircfl wllr bo n
jiiiit of cull for nil Canadian-Australian
liners pnivldcd tli.it tho iiusrenslon of
1 1n cKihtlng 1'iiastwlso hhlppln; laws
goes Into effect, Ih tho stalcment pur
jioited as coming fnim 1). 17. Duubir,
connected with Hid Naituii.il Oroci'or
Company of Beatllu. It l.i ciMilcnile'i
that lliiwnll would nihil lecelvo llfly
loilllstH nudei' Ihu new egul4tliiu
whero now hut till a-tt or four eiinia ths
.ivny from Pugut sound poits.
FOR WHOOPING COUCH. CftOUf,
ASTHMA. COUCIIS. BRONCHITIS. 3WE
TllkOAT. CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
VapnrlrrJ Cra,l.ne ttotn lU aroi,ma el
M'Upn Cooah. twi-dlMlM Cl
t.l.l hr Cet.lan. Il ..). ..llftK
on ne anil iK'oal, naliM birattiini raiy in In
cai of cotJit ! lh lor thiuat and alet IM
toutri. ll il t boon la aulcrcra lion Aalaraa
Craaolena It a rawriful rtmlcidc,. actiat both
a, a cutativt anj ptrrnli? in fonuilovl diacaira
Craaoltne'e beat mororocoJartoa) U It thirty
yeM ol tuccr-lMal
Far Sab W all Dratitata
SnJ P 11 fat Ducrlt'
Throat Trll. ,,nirla
anil toiilKInl fee tbt N
i.talej throat 10c.
Tat Vaat Crmlrat Co.
110 Fattm Slrt.1. "
N Talk Olr.
Salvage Claims Must Now
Be Fought In
The llritlhli ship Celtic Chief In now
(iff the near-herons leefs but her
uouhles nro by no means oer.
Tho hlgnust tug of all Is now Immi
nent. Commencing with Monday
nioinlug sevuinl Htcaniers belonging
to tho Inlcr-Island sorvlco, the Matson
tug Intiepld and a Young llrothers
launch, havo hail lines ' to tho dis
tressed ship and havo been engaged
In a frultlecfl pulling inati-h against.
the elements which conuplred to hold
tho csscl hard nn.l fast.
Now the pulling at" sea Is oer and
the scene or tugging will soon bo trans
ferred to tho Federal Court of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, whero a matter of
salvage will prove Hip bone of conten
tion over which of Hie rlxnl shipping
concerns who participated In the salv
age of the Iirltlsh bhlp will contest for
Yes, the Celtic Chief Is off from
dor unpleasant position and Into deep
water nsaln," wns tho remark made
by an official who took n part In the
fcalvngo oporntlniiH. "The real tug of
war Is now to bo pulled off, and this
time It will be executed on dry land
and not a thousand miles from from
the Judiciary building."
This matter of salvage will be ono
that will require nil the diplomacy and
keen perocptlvenccs of u Philadelphia
liwyer to settle to tho satisfaction of
all tho Interested turtles. The vessel
Is understood to hare pissed Into tho
hnnds of tho Insurance underwriters
nt the time that t.ho went upou tho
icef. The underwriters not only take
charge of the ship but tho curgo as
well, so It Is stated.
Tho Honolulu shipping people who
rendered nsslktancp to tho Celtic Chief
In her tlmo of sorest need are of
course not enraged In that line of bus
iness for philanthropic motives. They
are out for a piece, of money and they
propose to get nil units coming to
Tho Celtic Chief yielded to the com
bined efforts of tin Ocnmin cruiser
Arconu. the Inter-Island steamers Ilel
ono nnd Mlhahala early this morning
,n ix tlmo when the tl.lo was at Its
Tho Intcr-lslanu stcamcis Mlkahala
end tho Helene, howocr, dl! not for
sako tho released Rrltlsh vessel but
one or the other kept their lines upon
tho slilp wliINi sho again proudly rode
the swells near the entrance to the
harbor and waited for tho return of
tho Matson Navigation tug Intrepid.
Tho Inter-Island nteamalilp poopto
nra not taking any chances or their
being in misunderstanding concern
ing the nfUtor of who Is entitled to
balvago as fa- is .that company Is con
corned and sollclte's care was taken
that the Iirltlsh shin n"s not permit
ted to stray uwny from tho XUitrollng
Influence exerted by a stout elghVUich
cnhlo nttaclio 1 to tho Helene. '
A survey of tho chUrwill be made as
coon as tho shipment if fertilizer can
bo discharged. The Interests of the
Insurance underwriters and1 Lloyds' at
London will necessitate that this step
l.'o taken as quickly as possible. A
special board of competent men will
bo appointed to servo and tho examin
ation will determine tho extent of
damage and tho urgency of repairs.
According to nil reports tho Celtic
Chief wns not leaking as a result of
her enforced detention on the reef.
The vessel has been in ought Inside
the harbor nnd fa now n discharge her
cargo of fertilizer at ' ilio Itallwuy
The merchants throughout Chile
ure on the point of Instituting a
boycott against the United States
us an offset to the Alsop mutter.
" WANTS ': '
Wanted Oil Is. Apply at Sanitary
Steum Laundry. 487-U
A ennvnsser, lady or gentleman, for
mi easy selling article. For par
tlrulurs, call ut ,r.'.'l Here tap lu
A young man deslies a position as
assistant lu ollliu or wholesale
house; good 'lefereuces. Address
W. E. .f Uulletln oQlce. 447-tr
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Th Big Nlektl 8cratch-Pad for M.lt
at thi B u 1 1 ( n office for flvtf ctn(a,
i one Inch thick, madi up of tirvo hun-s
dred,' sheets of good paper. 8lx for a
Auto;Tallyho, picnics, parties. Tel, C.
Call and seo Mlko l'aton at tho En
core. ' i
Fine copperplate engraving ,pnd
printing nt Peakbano's, Fort atrpet.
AOtoiicibles hack rafos. Empire
stand. Phone 213. Bethel and Hotel.
Note the game on In Thayer Piano
Co.'s window. A new Starr piano at
your own price. r
Oo to the Walklkl Inn for a swim:
bcBt bathing ori the beach.' No coral
and one ratt for bathers.
For your Christmas cakes and pud
dings, get the pure fresh milk and
cream at pond Dairy. Tel. 890.
If you want a good job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
Nmas cards, calendars and souvenirs
at Hill's curio stores, ror.yAlakea anil
Merchant Sts. and Poatofflce lane.
Dr. I. Kalsukl, one of ihu Radius
Jntmnese physicians In Hunoiuiu. .v
turned today from Japan. In t:.c T-.i;'n
Mrs. Sloanc nnd daughter ore spend
ing the winter In Honolulu and are
ctnpplng at tho Plcasantnn. They are
from Alameda, Cal.
Tho Hawaiian who blow hit hltll
off with dynamite n few dnyi -iro, sue
cumbed to his Injuries 1U nl:;ht ut
Hit Queen's Hospital.
Mr. Kanamt. manager -f tiie Jm-
nnese.Illce Mill, was anient the una'
nls Id tllo Tcnyo Mam toduy. Hj v-s
met by his friends at tho whaif
iienuty siienir tins ewni Jury ths
morning hunting up tho r.pv'clal venir-;
of Jurors who have been .iiir.iniuned to
try tho Kanagawa murder caso.
(ieo. Duncan, of Olaa, Hawaii; Mrs.
William Searhy of Puuneno, and Mrs.
N. II, Hoyt end two children of Lcl-
Ichua are siendlng n few days In this
city. They ore guests of the Young
If 'you have your typewriter re
paired or cleaned you will nlways take
your machines to them In 'future for
their work is guaranteed. Wall, Nich
ols Co.-, Ltd., Is tho place.
Mrs. (leo. It. Hunter, wife of Col.
Hunter of tho Schofleld Dnrracks. Is
stopping at tho Young Hotel for n
fow dnys. Mrs. D. 1). Qregory. also
of Schofleld Dnrracks, Is a guest at
the above Hotel.
Quite 'a number of Oakland pcopie
arc guests of the Koyal Hawaiian Ho
tel, among whom nro Mr. and Mrs.Jl).
O. Stewart. J. P t ,. ?nd the
Hunter of the Schofleld llarracks, Is
Misses Cora nnd Malgo McKay,
A second mechanics' lien has bct'.i'
filed against the Hotel street theatre
that was started by Dalley and Law
son, but which has not been complet
ed. Patrick Walsh has tiled a luH
ulleglng that ho (lid worl- to the -aluc
of $8X8 for which he has not bcn paid
Eugene McPhetridge, of tho quarter
master department, who has been III
with pneumonia for four weeks, Is
ncnrltig recovery, Mr, McPhctridgo
iias 'many friends after his eleven'
ears' residence here who -will be glad
to hear of his recovery. ,
On Saturday night nt ilio Y. M. C
A, the vnyogo to San Francisco will
start on board the "S. S, A.nmedu."
The tickets, which all boar tiie music
number "23". nre not trannerrablu
and tho "passenger" to whom tho
passes have been issued 'wilt havo to
present them In person.
Treasurer Conkllng Is or the opinion
that there Is no good reason why the
employes of tho Territorial flovern-
ment should not pay Into the treasury
the taxes they awe, aud he Is going
to see to It ihat' they do so. All em
ployes who have been so bashfull In
this rcrrpect arc golpg to bo given a
chance to squat e up In the' next 'twenty
day, If they do not dp so the amount
ut their Indebtedness to the Govern
ment will bo deducted from their flrst
month's pay of tho new year.
The plans for the marine barracks
to be erected at Pearl Harbor next
year may be changed so' that lava
bricks Instead of reinforced concrete
may be used. Captain Mnrlx will
send to Washington" n statement
with regard to these brlckB and may
advise their use In the buildings, be
lieving they will give the buildings
u very handsome appearance. When
Col. Denny of the morlno corps was
here a short time ago he, stated that
work would be under wuy by March,
kPURE soap at a
rV yV Therp, jn'Beyien
words, is the secret of
the success of Ivory
And because it is pure
and because it sells at a
fair price, its sales in
crease as the years
For bath, toilet 'and
fine laundry purposes.
99(oo Per Cent. Pure
J - r-, . 7-. I 02 So. King St. v !
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(iieirijaage ordr with,the CITY TRANSFER CO.
-?Jas,JL Love. . Phone 152, p
Dnvjinn tsd SxpTtuiny
Wood, and Coal Phone 088
O, W. McDouall, Prop.
w VfATBBFRuHT NOTEff
' SOME CIIIT1CI8M hasr been ex-
pressed over the apparent apathy d
ntnvnil hv llin -rltllttA.1 Afntna rimnv
trnnspork authorities, In llielr neglect THE F1HST vessel to vslt tho port
to tender the 'services of the transport0 Marshflcld. Mns Ir. 0 ienrs,
Thomas In an attempt lo dlslpdgo t'ho,wn!(i '- ls reportei), tho schtioner
British sliln Celtic Chief from hir ner. Eastern Light, which arrived there
llous iroslllon on the reef near tho en.lrSceIMyb with a cargo- of lumber
trance to Honolulu harbor. The
Thomas arrived here on Monday night
and In some qua iters It was expected
that the army vessel might be pressed
Into sen Ice with a tow line,. Such was
not tho case and. It Is claimed that the
transport was considerably behind her
cthedule owing to' bail' weather, con
. - '. . . .i
requently was In a hurry to get away
for tho coast. It will" bo remembered
that not Very-Ibng ngo 1 wits n Iirltlsh
cruiser that rendered material ali'l In
getting ti'o transport Iigan off u reef
In Honolulu harbor.
THHOUOH Custlo & Cooke, tho
local agents for tho Matson Navlgn
ilon Company ,llnqr. Wllhelinlnn, It Is
learned that the handsome new vessel
under the command of Captain Peter
Johnson has sailed from Newport
News en route to tho Pacific coast, or
the United 8tatt's by the way or Ma
gellan 'Straits. Tho vessel Is expcclod
to arrive hero In early Fol.ru.iry with
a general cargo and many passengers
It Is expected that a three-weeks sor
lce will be maintained by the Wll
helmlna between Honolulu and San
A GENERAL striko of coal handlers
ct several port's In Australia li re
ported by tho officers of the Canadian
Australian liner Aornngl which pasr-oi'
through Honolulu yesterday. An it
tempt wns made to Intimidate tho fire
roo'm crew or tho Royal Mall stiir.t.r.
but tho(cfIorts of the ngltators prnvo.l
unsuccessful. Sufficient coal was
placed In tho bunkers to carry the ves
sel to Suva, and there an additional
Btipply was secured. "The Aornngl
was given a quantity of coal at Mono
A CARUO of Kurouaan merchandise
from Hamburg, Germany. Is repoiled
through late cables ns being loaded In
to the German bark Heneo ltlckincis
destined for Honolulu, It Is under
stood that this vessel has been select
ed to tako the run to tho Hawaiian
Ulands. formerly assigned to tho Ger
man ship Marie .Hackfehl. The Kick-
piers and her cargo aro consigned to
H. Hackfehl & Co.
.VFTEIl A PLEASANT vovnirn frnriV
ironoluhi the Imperial Japanese cruis
er Milium Is reported to have arrived
at Yokohaiiu csterdny. A cublo re
ceived. by Consul General Uyeno from
i-upuiiu lasesnua anuouncea tllo ar
rival at Ihu navy yard with all on
board having greatly enjoyed thulr
criilso,,w)ilch Included tho Portoln Fes
tival held ut Sun Francisco.
THE INTEIt - ISLAND Bteamcr
Llkcllke Is scheduled to Bull for Ho-
nokaa today, tuklng general cargo.
ACCOKDINU TO ndvlccs received
at the agency of C. Ilrewer & Com-1
pnny, the American bark Andrew
weicn, which recently arrived af.
Sun Francisco utter nineteen days'
passage from Honolulu, will again
go on the berth to ,loud ,n general
cargo foV this port. The sailing
date of the 'vessel for Honolulu tins
not been fixed.
THE IIAIIK II. P. RITHET. with
a full shipment of general merchan
dise for Honolulu to the local agency
of C. Ilrewer & Company, 'Is now
nineteen days out from the Califor
nia port. The vessel Is expected to
urrlye here dally.
IT IIAS beon "decided "by President
Tnft, upon the stutcment of the case
to him by Secretary Meyer," that (the
Solace shall be commanded by a
medical officer under precisely the
same conditions as In the case of
tho hospital ship Relief, which, un
der the command of Surgeon, E. F.
Stoke accompanied the battleship
fleet to Manila. The Solace will be
coniuiuiided iy Surgeon George" Plclt
itlll, now op duly with Hint ship In
charge of tt. outfitting for service
with the Atlantic Fcct. it was dis
tinctly considered nnd ordered by
the president that no staff officer
should be on board the' Solace, and
that command of tho yessel should
be precisely in harmony with tho
conclusion leached by the Attorney
General In his i occur opinion In re-
NEW IMPORTATION OF SUITINGS
Carefully-Selected English and American Cloths
1, .1 v, ' ' A 3 a
W. W. AHANA & CO.
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nnuann Stream
card to the
Hilps" of the'
Ihercforc, be Jio puymnstors oi the j
Solnce, as .there was on the llellcf.
I fCA I
fiom Marjifas, Me.
INCLUDED lu the general cargo
of island pipducts arriving nt Ho
nolulu this morning from Hawaii
rind Maul ports by the steamer
Clnudlne was 2S crates uibbage, 40
cords of wood, 2 mill rollcis, SO
sacks corn, 27 sucks beans and 219
packages sundtles. On deck wns u
shipment of 23 hogs. The vessel
met with line weather on the In
ward trip, and nt the tlmo of leav
ing Illlo reported the schooner Konu
there discharging lumber. Thu
German trump steamer Asgard was
sighted at Mukewell dlschitiglng u
shipment of Austiutiau' toul.
TODAY'S ARRIVALS Included
the Inter-Island steamer Maul"fiom
Hawaii ports, and her enrgo consist
ed or 7C head of cuttle nnd tevenil
packages of sundries.
PURSER FRENCH of tho Inter-
Isluud steamer Maul, which arrived
at the port this morning, reports
the steamer Kaunt nt Honolulu, the
Knlula'ni nt KuNulhuele nnd tho
Manna l.oa at Kalluu at the time
that the Maul left those pmts.
TIIE AMERICAN - HAWAIIAN
liner Alaskan, now nt the lullway
wharf taking on n shipment of u
gar cud other Hawaiian products.
will sail for Knnapnl on S.iturdu
afternoon or livening. Tho vessel
will leiualn at, the Maul port for one
Jay tuklng on additional sugar nnd
then proceed lo Kuhulul for moro
curgo. It Is expected that the Alas
lam will sail fur SalUm Cruz direct
on Dec. 19.
ACCORDING TO Information re
ceived nt the local agency of the
AmcrlcuiijUuwallun line, the freight
er Arizona!!, now ut the mliwuy
whnrf discharging n shipment of
general cargo brought fuim the
United States, will - follow, twelve
duys later upon the same schedule ns
that followed by the Alaskan.
THE REPORT received here that
the'Amerlcnti-lIuwullitn line fieight-91-
Columbian1 wns on tho way from
San FrancUco to flo'nolulu direct Is
Incorrect according" lo advices re
ceived', nt the local agency.'1 Tho
steamer '.Mexican Is the next vessel
lo. leave the Calirorniu port for Ho
iolulu direct nnd she will get away
on January 3.
THE AMERICAN schooner, James
Rplph hus taken the berilt 'vacated
by 'the schooner Mary E. Foster at
tho Allen, and lloblnson whurf.
TJJs, vessel bilngs a shipment' or
lumber from 'port Ludlo'yV..
f'TijE FRENCII linrk La Hlunche
Jjl proceed l'u New Culedohln. ac
cording lo, the Orders' which have
been, received Jiy Cuptuln .orant
this morning. The vessel arrived
here from Hobart, Tasmania on last
Sunday. The vessel culled hero for
cables ulul hus been ordered to tho
South Pucllle Islands to take on n
shipment ()f pickel ore.
OWING TO tho large qunntltyTc
frelght now on the Huckfeld wharf,
It has been decided to berth the i'.
K. K. IJuer Tcnyo Muni ut Oceanic
IT 13 reported that a sy ml lea to of
Atlantic shipping-men Intend to or
cnnlze n licet of American steamers
cither to handle tho shipments of
KiA'arninuiit coal from tho Atlantic
coaj range to the naval bases of tho
J'aiinc, or dispose of (hem to Ilio
United State's Nnyy Dopartmcnt.
The presence if Edgar !',' Lucken
bach of New York on tho Pacific
coast Is said to lend color to this us
FROM PUGET SOUND comes word
that no vessels aio being chartered
to carry wheat abroad, and several
grain carrleiB aro lying Idle. Only
two wheat carriers nro nt Tacomn,
and a sudden Inricase In the exports
would necessitate the chartering of
stenniers. Coastwise shipments mo
keeping up. '
- Shipping .
' ' . -
,i -i i. .
j IN FOHEIQN PORTO i ARRIVED ,
Thursday, Cecemb:r 0. ,
HIl.O SalleJ Dec. 4:
Schr. W. II. Murston. fcjr Hedondo.
WILL BE MODIFIED
Amendments , of Import
ance proposed uy
The Qulnn hack and niitomnbllo did
Innnce, which vas brought up for first
reading beforo thi) Hoard of City and
County Supervisors some wceka I tVl
Mid over which u public mass mectm.1
wns held, will not beenniu u liw wuh
out some umondnieutj being ;ua,!o up
The regulation Is now. In tho hnipb
of tho City nnd County Alton. oy and
First Deputy Attorney Mlhe'.'tnn !j
whlpliiug the nionsuie into legal shars.
It Is proposed to eliminate tho )i
qulrement that all luc'nsnnn llcc.i:,od
vehicles beat the nuinlier u.ion thu
hack of the front seat.
It Is also stlnuluti'il tin: vehi:"
di (vers will be obllgod to conform lo
rules concerning their ilglus to 10
muln on steamer wharves at the tiu.o
of arrival of various liners.
Theie wilt bo u further adi'istnuui
of fares than that ptovlded li: I'm ong
Innl ordinance drafted and iese;iU,i
by Supervisor Qnlnn.
Ono nmendment provides for I'io
charge of double rates within the fpu,.
mite limit between the hnuis U eku Jn
nt night and five o'clock In t.io mo.-ii
It Is also propored lo clnrip f"f '
round trip when a pnssonger engages
n hack or automobile fur ,i Irm n
countiy district, nutwllhstuimln? Hie
ract Unit tlio passenger desires to
tiavel but one way.
There will bo a general adjustment
of buck stand locutions and iu wuh, ,
other than thore deslgnntcd will be
allowed to use tho stands.
l a -
. (Continued from Pare 1 '
Telegrrtm odlco and desired to bo In
terviewed on tho subject of Hawaiian
letters. His local connections won
given, nii'l owing to his ojgernes to
i.ppear In pilnt on tho subject, it wut
deemed necessary lo determine If io
tame well recommended. Thcyc facts
being learned lo the eager doctor's nil
vantage, ho was given the benefit ol
doub'ts cuused by his eagerness" in
v.-nntlng such nn nrllclo printed.
"In the Interview, nil of which was
taken down carefully In thorthnud
notes, the sharp-tongued doctor un
folded a startling state of alleged facts
His ritntomentH were not homo out b
the general Iniprosslon of tio world
ns to conditions In Hawaii, which, of
course, suggested that ho wao In error
Hut ho was so euger.cum? so well rce
Liumended and placed himself so em
phatically In the rota or a knight or
rant championing thu cmso or tho de
posed and accusing Queen-of the for
mer Hawaiian-government, that Doc
tor O'Dny was deemed worthy or :
public hearing. This The Telegram
gave him, ns It is In duly bound to do
for any complainant who niakec out nn
Intelligent enro nnd gives reasonable
evidence of honest iclntlonshlpj,"
It Is almost n useless task to fol
low O'Day In his deliberate mis
statements In connection with the
Interview that was published In the
H u ) 1 e.t I n. Ho turnB back to the
files for an nrtlcle by the reporter
he now says misrepresented him -for
a clear statement of his uttltudo
on the Molokul question nnd the cir
cumstances surrounding the dense
this yeur of the flrBtMen persons
from the settlement.
O'Day states that' he thought, he
was.tulKlug to u member of the stuft
pr tho 'Advertiser, nnd the icpre
fcentutlve, if the Uulletln al
lowed him to proceed with that
"tuclt understanding."" O'D.iy un
doubtedly means by this assertion
Hint he would have modified his
views accordingly to tho Mipposcd
attitude of his listener a quality In
which he has nlio.uly displayed
great natural talent.
Thu reporter does not iccall that
he "tucltly nccepted" nny position
ceitnlnly not Hint of posing as a
reprcccnlatlve or tho Adveitlser. As
to O'Djy's upn.-ircut deslic to show
that he was puisne, in an effort to
learn his yaluubjo' nnd conservntlv'o
views t Is siifllclont to sny Hint
tho icportei' w.iu inii.-i,',,, ,i'n,
iGeoige lleckley when O'Day drove
(up In his machine nnd Immediately
iegau on the Poitlund Intervlow
making the btutciuonts that wore nt
.Mlbiilcd Jo hi m the Bnme )ay In
ie li it i i e I 1 ii.
To be' included In the ranks of
Hio3o charged with misstatements
nnd falsification by Dr. J, C. 0'D.iy
la, ceitalnly a bU(Be ()f ,oor f,.
which tho icporter la humbly thniiK
fill. Thomas N. Ryder nnd Miss Eliza
beth O'llrlen, both or t)ils city, nnd
who weio imrsengers by tho Aorangl
yestciduy, aro ut tho Youn hutol.
Thursday, Dcceihbor 9.
T, K. IC. S. S. Tenyo Mum, fionl
Hongkonc and Japan ports; pass, nnd
' Htmr. Claudlne, from Hawaii and
Mnul ports; pnes. nnd gen. cargo, a. in.
SAILING TOMORROW ,
, ...., j.
Slmr! Clatidlno. for Mnul and Ha
waii ports; pats., mull and gen cargo,
5 p. m. i '
(.'. A. S. S. Mnkurn, for Aiutrull.in
ports: puss., gen cargo, p. m.
T. K. K. S. 8. Tcnyo Mont, for San
Francisco; about noon,
C. A. S. S. Muliiirn, from Vleforln
and Vancouver; pass., gen. cargo and
M. N.'S, S. Lurllnc, from Sun Fran
cisco; pass., gen. cargo.
Stmr. Mnuna Ken, from llllo aud
way jiorts, a. in.
Per stmr. Chui'.lne. from Hawaii and
Mnul ports. It. C. Drown, C. F. llo.ig,
C..McLcnnuii..W. C." Vldn, A. Stlmsim,
Mra. J. P. Cike, II. II. Holt J. .
Coyle, J. auicla. J. A. Gllinan, Mrs. W.
Seabiiry, Geo, Lucas, E. Sanger. A.
Robertson. D. P, Kiialnnl, O, licbolur,'
Per P. M, S. S. Aornngl. rront Syd
ney. December 8. Hiss O'llrlen, T,
Rdcr, F. W. Smyth. Mr. Aiuusnu, E.
NgmanoNcr, II. D. O'Kane.
Per stmr. Mnul, frouullawnll jiorta.
Per It. Jf. S. B, Aorangl. for Vie
toila, Deo. 8. Mr. and Mrs. D. Dun
bar. Judge Stanley, Miss J. Pollard,
Mrs Clara Schiult, A. KggHt. W. J.
Coniiry, Miss M. E. Tuerkt. Mrs,. A.
Caitwrlghl nnd child, Mrs. J. Mnie. W.
W. Cnrlylo Mrs. Cither. C. J. D.ivli.
j. O. LutU'd. C. Itduecke, Mrs. Lovalit
Per M. N. S. S. I.iullno. for
Snn Francb co. II. S. Cruno, Mrs.
M. A. Woodln Mr. and Mrn.
Whiting. MIjs Whiting N. H. Fergu
son Mr. and Mrs. C, P." Hang. Mrs. S.
t. Shaw, Mr. mil Mrs. II. C. Pfluoger.
Miss M. I'fliiegtr. II. M. Roynolds. Mrs.
Reynolds, Mis. O. II. JVynian. C. II.
Diamond. Mr. nnd Mrs.' S. S. Miichcl
son' - Per stmr. Man n Koa fur Maul and
Hawaii, Doc. H. II. Morton. M. Mulr.
O. Mulr, Claudo King N. King, J. Hull,
Miss Eaton, I. H. FocsUI. Mr. and
Mrs. "A. II. Gordon.
Per T. K. K. Teno Maru for S.m
Francisco, Dec. 10. Mr. and Mrs G.
M. Heller. Miss n. H. Smllh. Dr. H.
Ynmainur.1. Jlrs. C. IL Lee. Mrs. J. A.
Iluer, W. II. Kynu.
Per stmr, W. O. Hall, for Kami
poits. Dec. 9. H. llurkett. G. W. Wil
cox. Miss A. Oroto, Mist Grote. L.
Wlshurd. D. Ilnldwln.
Per stmr. Claudlne for Maul and
Hawaii ports. Dec. If). F, Rledel. Miss
Massey, Miss It. Copp. Miss M. Hall.
TENYO MhRU HELD
Tho Tenyo Maru. from llongkonr
and Japan iort, unioared ort tho bur
lor nt noon toduy but owing to the
presence or n susplcloim caso umoiu
the Oriental .pacsengers" tho vessel
was delayed In quarantine Inspecticu
until a conference was iiosslblo wilu
Dr. Hobiy. tho thlei quaruntitio oltlcor.
Tho Tptivri Mini 1. lil.t.,l.i..
layover passengers for Honolulu in
cluding about n half dozen theatrical
(tropin wno nuvo neon working nt ,i
llous theaters or Manila, Hongko.m
The vessel, has thliken bundle,!
(OnS llf ITOIierill f-firfM ntl.t l,i,n.,iD.. .,
tho height cnngesll.in nt Hnckfchl
woiiri win como iii to the Oceanic
Ruion Uchtdu. JnnannRo miilinco.iM
to the United States. Is tho ono jus-
senger oi nott on board tho Tonyo
VTHE SHIPMENT of rerllilreir
which wns removed from tint dis
tressed Iirltlsh ship Coltlc Chief unit
transferred Into tho Inter-Inland
steamers Mlkalial.i and Helene l.i
being discharged nt tho local steam
AS SOON ns CatltnlU fTbeuniiinii
secures u sulllclciit crow to man tho
American s-.-linonei-. Mary E. twister,
thut vessel will p'roceod lo sea nnd
lO PllgOt Hoillld llOl-tH Til., uri.rl. .,r
dlscliiiiglng the vesf,ol of hor Inn,.
her has been completed. ,
A LOAD of cuttle will lia taken nn
nt Kuwalhuo by tlio ste(aiper Mnul,
which Is scheduled to depart' 'for
the Hnwall port this evenlm.'.
Muul is milking li speclnl trip.
Tho newly elected mayor or No,
lot Ic has nmdo 'stul'emeiit under oum
Hint liu did not spend u cei.l towanl
lulluunclng votes for hlincoit dutli :
I ho election Just' hold.
Another raise Is umuiuuee, i-t tfra,
rileo of uutomobllo Hies. It piomfsef.
to bo n hiird winter.
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