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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY. SEPT. 8, 1D10.
Honolulu ('Itapler lloynl
Oceanic Tlilrd .Di'ttrcc.
lligular .". p. in.
Hawaiian Third Hi grit'.
I.il A I (i ha Clinptir No. .1 -Regular.
All visiting members ot tnt
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting! of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
ju HW 2w u "uw
-a tr -D TT-ll
V UT 7:30 P. M.
I iiidiuc cuMiitrnn Members of
msninc tnuinr.cn.3 other" Asso
KNEFICIAL A?S0SIATI0H elation, "?
HARMONY I0DOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. P. Hall, Port Street
E. R. HENDKY, Secretary.
f " H. E. McCOY, Noble (Irand.
t 'All vUltlng brothers very cordially
OAHU I0DQE, No. 1, K. of" P.
Meets every first and third Frl
Hay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Port and Ueretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
. WM. JONES, C. C.
r' O. P. HEINE, K. It. S.
(HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
iviPPiH every jjtbi uuu winy-Ainu.0
. Z T
.tlays of cich month at KnrjjhroTP'
j jpythlus Hall. V<lng brothovu "Mr-"
many luviieu ui uucuu. -
A. I.. EAKIN, Sachem
13. V. TODD, C. ot It.
'HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F.'O. E.
i . Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
J J1ESDAY evenings of each month ut
tefljarf o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Jleretanla and Port streets.
VUltlng Eagles are InvltH-te--
W. U. nil.EY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU I0DOE, 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, II. I. O.
Blks, meets 111 their hall, on King
Htreet. near Port, every FrMay eve
ning. Visiting Ilrothers nre cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUOItEUTY, 13. It.
GEO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY L0DQE, NO. 8,
,;, K. of P.
' Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
t-vcnlnir at 7.30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Herotanla. Visit
ing hrothors cordially luvlted to at-
II. A. TAYI-OTt, C. C.
13. A. JACOnSON, k. n. S.
iii now and
Lowers & Cooke,
177 S. KINO STREET
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
, Prompt and Polite Attention
I' CHAPLAIN It HE. OPPOSITE
1 OATHOIJU SISTERS
Theme 1)70 Nluht Call 1014
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Brunch of the lUrrliun
JIM isn rmlM mnl U IH'lt JUNIt
'rSJU'l)lJWHJHWWT H WM l
Mrs Knliakiiliankul one of the II i
Wltllall lIlleliM s died tills Minium'
fit lici li 'hie mi I .l.li.i tile t. Sin'
wax ali in sett lit Unci- j-cjis olil.
mill was cumin in Mir Charles l'nti
The deceased wna ' well' known
throughout tho Islands, hnvbig trntel
cil much with tlio fate Princess Hor
nier Patiahl lllshnp. ilntlii.l the inon
nrcliv Win n Mr. '. It lUsliop Icrt
tilt" Islands ami went to C'nllfiirnln In
reside theic pel manent'y. he made
getietous iki lnli.il fur the late Mrs
i The remains or iiu deceased nrc iy-
Mil! In sinte at the Williams Under
taking parlors mi Kurt street Tlio
funeral strtlcos will ptnbably be lield
MANY JUR0RS EXCUSED j
Quiiin Asks Searching Ques
tions in the Camacho
Ne.irh .ill Hie tlluo of the rrlm
Inal court t It Id inoriiliig was taken
iili with I he diuwlng or a Jury for
the uiw of the Territory ngulnst
Itniiion Cniuncho, incused of iiiuiu'
utilise i.f a renin. u ihlld.
Attorney IJultin appears for the
defense In this wite, and tlio iiuei
tlotis lie put to the jir)ineii lieforo
allowing ii i to sit mi, the isise ero
searching In the extreme.
Few of the Jul ylliell weie object
ed to b) rminiy Altornet Cithrnit.
but (Jutiin asked nianj. iiiestlons ot
Thosj) j hoscn on tho ; ase before
the number' In 'the ri Va's exhaust,
eil wcie T. C Daw kins, .Inhii Walk
er. P II. Kllb. r l Wright. !. E.
Jurgensen. I' O S hnildt. .1. K. M
att, llruce Cat t right Jr.. .laiob
I.anilii, Tlioumi. lteNvinsTle am! Al
bert Hlotn. -srit"
When these tiieri ".were eliOfon,
nftcr"sceraj had been, excused, the.
I- - . ., , . i
I.unAd.ltl flirt tlflV tl'IIVU llVIllllltfUll
"i"-"' ""."" . I ,,,':'
anilu. urder tazinakea full panel
summons were iisncd'Tor eight adi
dltlonal men, from whum to choose
those necessary to complete the
The men summoned for this iVraw
lug were E. I., lliilstem, II E. Hen
drlck, W. W. Iluclinnnu, J. M. lie
Chesney, Charles Deskj, 1). K. Mnr-tlj!A...II-
Walker and II. (3. I.emkc.
These men could not 'bo found In
time to liii'vu "tbciu appear before
noon, so the. rase was continued
until tomorrow morning, at which
time the additional Jiihiis will be
shown and tho trial of the case pro
ceed. PAROLE GRANTED
BY GOVERNOR FREAR
Chew Will Spend Several
Years at Liberty Tin ough
Governor l'reir loiUy gt anted a
parole to Chew Hoy for the re
mainder of his senteme of fifteen
years Imposed Aptll 22, lilt) I.
Chow was (ouiniltteii to prison
from the Circuit Court of Honolulu
on a charge of robbery In the first
degree, his seuteuie being llfteeli
years and costs amounting to 1G.2U.
Upon recommendation of the
board of prison luspectois, Chew
was granted a parole by (loernor
Pi ear, there being but four condi
Tlieco conditions nro that lie shall
violate no law of the Territory dur
lug the time the purole Is In force,
that he shall not lead nil Idle or
dlssoluto life, that ho shall vlolato
no legtilutlou or prison Inspectors,
and that evert mouth during the
first week thereof he shall report
to tho warden of Oahu prison
0LAA STOCK ADVANCES
STRONGLY ON EXCHANGE
Goon Price Obtained in Sale of
Block of Two Hundred
Olnn advanced to 0.37fi on Hie
Slo k Eirtliaiigii this iiioiulng, u
block of two ti mult oil shares or the
stock going at tliut llguio. Thd
oilier session sales weie all In Ottllll
two liloeks of thlity shares each go
lug at 32 f.O. One hundred mid
rortv sluiteK of tint slock went at
The between hoards sales Incluil
ed twenty klinres of Kuhiikii at
is T.0, twoiiD-tlircn Hnwiilliin Elci
lib at l.o, and leu Walalua ut
M'ONO In lilts oil). Hupt H. 1010,
to Mr aitil Sirs Albert Afniin, u
U'l fflJlUlm wut
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Bullc
t i n for a nickel Is twice og large
ns the tablet usually sold for this
, Price. . i
Autos, 14'pt.r hour; Lewis Stables.
' Helln'1 Stieet Hack Stand Phono,
Hat Id I., man will speak at ll.i Coin
merclnl Club K:u!ti noon.
It goe without saying that uvery
thing Is? Dest ut Tim Encore. '
The 'Anchor Saloon Is now u eurlo
iniiseiiiu worth riclut: Don't forget.
'Listen! Fui a neat hni k, ring up
PhotiL' 1613 nnd nsk for Frnnk ll.iker.
'Up ti:i! noontime toila iheie had
been tik'i niitomoblle legliKied at
the police Ftiitlon
If you unui it good Job donn on an
auto or ear lingo take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co. 427 Queen St.
Sheriff .l.irretl wnt down to Ewa
this morning as there Is n gambling
eao to he beniil there that has to do
with Honolulu nffalia.
Commencing Sunday. Auuust 28.
the B u 1 1 e t i n's phone numbers
will be: Busjiess office, 225G; edi
torial rooms, 2185.
There wcie twenty eight cases on
the pollee court calendar this morn
ing nnd with the exception ot six, all
wero sent hut till riiture ilh(js.
A bunch of lining toughs wijr'gjUi
crcil In lit Chler '.Mi'lJuflle lns.t lilght,
nnd ns suer.il of them nro nmlvr nge.
they will I. in la go lii to the Jmenlle
Coutt , '
II. Ikemoto, n Japanese rlotlies
cleaner, was lined ti' ami costJ thlt
morning bv.Judge Audrado for neg
li cling to take out a licence for Ills
The cn'so agilust J. I'ugl, who Is al
leged to hate r. celvod stolen goods
fiom Tin Soon, the notorious Jail
breaker, wns iostHned till Septem
Mrs. Leo Song told nil licr tumbles
to .ludgo Andrndo this morning and
swore that she was afrnlil of her hus
band. Tliu matter was sent oter for
ouo week us the woman Is slicing her
husband for divorce.
Today nt noon u flro nlarm was
turned In from Luio struct wheiy tho
kitchen or Jocinllio Freitns had
caught from n spark from tlio stove.
Tho kitchen was nlmost gutted, but
no other damage, was done
The boys who weic caught oil Vine
yard street last night by Chief Mc
Duffle who were undi r age were up
before Judge Wliltnuy In the Jutenllo
Court this afternoon They will each
ieKrt ugaln to him after tho closo
or school Monday aft' rnoon.
Tho dentil of Peter Itodllgues, who
accidentally shot Jiljnsoir In tho arm
riear'Wnlanao last Sunday, took place
ni-lhe Quwu's- Ilhspltul last night
The m.iu never recovered fiom Iho
shock after his nriu wns ntupulateil
An luuuest will ho held nt the ollco
station this evening ut half-past set en
Twenty-fifth nnnunl account of Her
nluu lllsliop estate bus beoii tiled with
the coin I tmd Iho maslei's loport on
It nlso. It shows that during tho ptsl
year the Income from the estnto
amounted to $2111.02(1.10 nnd theie was
on hand lit the beginning of the year
il7.C13.7I, making n total of I25H
OflS.SI Tbciu was expended $251
81(1 D! during the icnr leaving n b.U
nnco at the beginning of the new year
of $0,217 30
(Continued from Pase 1
that W. W Thujer will bo noinl
tinted bv the Demo latlc couYentlon
on September 15 to make tho run
niriilnst John Cat bent t for tlie iitucu
ut iitv nml county attornoy. Tlio
choice seemed to lie between Idlings
Watson nnd Thayer, .Watson declin
ing to inn and leaving uuings nnii
Thayer ambitious for tlio place Ac-
raiding to all the signs. 'I buyer will
be named In place of Ldlngs.
John Wateibnttto Mated today that
he is not u ciiiidliliilo for Iho Senate
Hint Ills diolco for the place Is
Charles ChllllngwoUli and John
"I urn not n candldnto for tho Sen
ate," stated Mi. Waterhonso, "and
Chllllug-.votlli and Hughes nro my
iliolci. I want to seo both of them
iiomlnaleil by Iho conveutl.m and elec
- i i '
MIT t CA.MIIIHATi:.
Mr. Ilurrls, wlio lias been sluted at
being out lor different political posi
tions, espeilully u supurvlsoislilp tir
ineiubur of the House, staled this
morning, tery euiplialleiill), that h
Is nut 11 lumlldale ror Illinois oil tho
Clly Fathers Hoiird nor fur Icglsliiilto
hulls. He, hnwntiir, stutes Hint liu
would 111 cept tlie eliiilnnuimlilp ut Iho
ciuiHMitlou If orftnud to lllllb
1 iii "
Viliiwn . .McLean. Annul lioo,
lirio.noo linliy, ilullv 1 Ides in 11 steel
rii)i oil lieid. BiianlPil by 11 small
urniv of detmllVliS lltld WfVlllUS,
ilnro ilia recant nittiiiipi uf luirglure
lM Pillr tllO LWWBIU II elUliTOU
liKBS fll B3T Hartef. !
Our New Phone
City T ansfer Co.
Merchant Marine Expctts Point to
Ships Rusting m San Francisco
NEW YOUK. Aug. 30 tJiitern-!
inent ngents who hnvc b'eon secret.'
Iy Investigating Hie rate fixing, re-
bating systems of the "rorelgn
In this city, have
dlscoteied that a large number of
buiks and papeis that might explain
everything were lecently taken to
Whnt might have frightened the
foielgn shipping rings is the Con-
gie.sloiial Inquiry which Is to no
held In New York In November. '
Prom mi ntithurltiitlte source III
Washington It was said tonight that
the Department of Justice had it -
cumulated n mass of ctldeine to
show that the , foreign steamship
rings had illctuteil to American ship-
pers nnd American inllroads In a
manner that appeared to make them
amenable to the Sherman ntitl trust
A statement was Issued tudnj b)
the Merchant Marine committee or
100 which bays the fulled States.
unless it reestablishes American
shipping, will be prnctli-nllt helpless
In cace or war. This warning ob
tain particular force fiom the rait
that both Admliul Dewey ami Ad-
mlral Itobley D. Evans me on the
udvlsory lommltteo of this organ-
"The United Stutes, Iho richest
nation in tlio. world, with lite I lion-"
Blind miles or exposed 10.1st, with nl
iuost double the wealth ot Engluud,
the next rl best nation, has less
with which to proteit Itselr than
any of the four great powers," says
this committee. "For the lack of a
merchant marine tho Pnlted Stutes
In time of war would not have oue
teuth the eiruiuuc of England.
"Our preseht plight bus made us
the liiughliig-slocl. of Europe and
tho Orient. 'The Idea that $i:ir.
UUO.OOU n year for n navy without
ti merchant marine to bark It Is tlie
biggest folly or the nge. lit en it
war In which we look no part, as
for example between (iurmnny nnd near the premises.
England, who together carry SO perj UeuMctlons from tho extensive lu
cent, ot our rorelgn toiniufiic, tiMlgtloiis undertaken In lesponso
panic we hate eter known and tost
(.III- people mole tbull a
in.ii I lie would have tost III u bun
dled yea is.
'Trun e has doubled hnr mer-
WOUIll plllllge IIS Hllo IIIO glfnlCSlMo immulOIIS tolllplnllltS tOIUerillllg
chant inai'lnu under ptnlectlon In into that but four spetles common house" bo kept nt the clubhouses on
the Inst thlity years. Japan under, In California can he regarded us or tho big day, will bo discussed. Tht
the free ship policy had less Uinn doubtful utility. These the tlie lln-j probabilities are that It will be de
200,0(10 tons of shipping during thu'iut, California Jay, stellar Jay, iiiul'cldcd to hnvo tho affair strictly lnv
Hiisbo Japanese war. Under n sys ledhreasteil s.tpsticker. Itntlonal, nnd that to procure ndmls
tem of subsidies she hns since In-j Theit-roie, when all tho known Rlm ' U'0 clubhouses cards will hnvt
creased her merchant murine to 1.- methods ot protecting fnjt havo, '" ,)0 Produced.
400.000 tons. Whllo Japnii figures ,eeu exhausted, or call not bo prof-1 T,l I,n"''r "f "l0 '" of "t-rllui
rloser than any other nation onj Itubly employed, u reasonable reduc-j tl10 race'' lu,"1 "10 (,fctallH uf "l0 Krai"
earth, hei statesmen aro euthuslas-i tlou of the numbers of these oltni.l-,,,ul,t, ,,Ml '" "' '"' l,t'ld "" ltcKaU"
lie over the plan of subsidizing tlielrj B hr,K t periulu lliln; hut tlioj "ay p'"g- "' '" '' discussed
shlpplrg lo tlie extent of ri,4U,r.0() mon, the rail nnblts or birds ato1 ,,-CT,Mfl T c
n yen r. As a result Jitpan now op- studied, thu more evident Is thu' ME-1 INu I U DC
orates on the Pacific over 201! steam- f t tlit with a iiniiuiil distribution! HELD TONIGHT
thlps of more than 2000 tons each.! of species and a rnlr supply or nat-j
She baa drlten our Bhlps oft that! urul food, the damage to ngrlcul-, nn, Rnnr,l n nicpiicc- 1m.
""- -" - . -
"Canada, whoso total weit'th
prcn nrpjii nml fiivrtifl II I It lit ti
estimated at two billion less than
New York City nlono. Is spending!
annually 11.7n0.i100. or 2 jier cent.j
of her national wealth. In dovelop-
Ing her foreign shipping. Canada,'
In luiijiiiiitlnn with Japan, bus,
driven off tho Pacific tlie 0 cam
line, whose ships now lie rusting at
their niiclioni In Sun Prauclseo liar-!
bur. The loss of tills lino bus le-!
duced the Imports at San Fianclsco
fiom Asia and Austinlln nt least
12,000,000 n year."
Mcduffie not blamed
for chinese' death
Coioner's Jury Fully Exoner
ates Chief of Dotectivos
I asl night Iho colonel's Jmy that
enipilied lulo Iho death of thu criuy
CIiIii.iiiuiii wlni was 'hit over the head
by Chief Mellnllln, ami whu siibsu
tiieiitly dIKl 'nt the lusaiio Asylum,
iilorned a terdlcl In tho erfeel that
the d'cnased died fioui ")i lieiuorili
ngle cniiipiesslim due in 11 blow fiom
nil lion hir which wns wielded b)
Tim Jury mliliui llinl no blaino Is to
bn iillnclinil til Ml'lmllle, win was Jus
llll ed In mtlilit iho (11110 he did. 'I'll
Chinaman huid 11 hit nf iiniihlb m tlio
t liiwiilUil ami unylMin 0111I liu illud 11
W'ffU) llH'liPlltl II I'tTMJ'fi
Number Will He
(Jan, II Love)
'BIRDS ARE ALLIES
Muih-Mcotcd Question Is
Unie tor All by tue
I inent. '
WASlllNUTON. D. C, Aug. 20.
The Depaitment of Agriculture,'
having loucluded Its Investigations
as to the harmful or beneficial ef-
feet uf California birds iimjii the
ft lilt Industry uf that Stale, bus is-
sued the second mid final paft uf
Its icport In bulletin No. 34.of the
uf the feathered
them tome of the most Important!
blidu of the Stule from the farm-
i ers nnd frultgrowcis' standpoint,
weiu systematically Investigated. It
Is tine that many of them hnve not
been chaiged with the destruction
or Injury of fruit or any other farm
ptodit t, but ns nliuost- till destroy
great numbers of hnimfut Insects,
or detour seeds or noxious weeds,
they are Important ns a lactor III
farm o oiiomlfs, ami the nlm hns
been to tolleit nil data possible on
the Tnod or the several species, so)
that a Just teidlct might bo ren
dered ns to tlie bit its' economic rela
tions. Pew birds nre always and every
where m dextrin tlte that their ex
tc i initiation can lie urged on sound
economic principles; borne, like the
swul ows, sklfts, wrens mid chlcku-
des, ale mi sti Icily Inse tlvoious that '
I they aU' exceedingly bencnclul, while
others may Injure irops ut tertiilu
times Of the year, bill the loss Is or warships will bd n Hawaiian wa
exceedingly small, and if by lis lu-'ters. The rumor, which originated at
isfctlvnrous habits the bird prevents' Mnrc Island, Is to the effect that tho
much greater destruction than it In- naval ships will come hero for target
filets, the farmer should be willing jpuictlco and that at least twelve es
to bear the leaser loss. sels will bo In Iho squadron.
A reasonable way of lew Ing the
le.iitlou or birds to the fanner Is
Iii iiiiiuIiImi tliMin fiu wufVti nl u am
ployed to dest.oy weeds nnd lu'secls.l
for whom sufficient fooil nnd need
sr,rr r.T-'..in ";
tlie capital Intested in thu nil lu orj
orchard Is moru certain to pay big
Interest than the small sum collect-
ed as loll by thu birds tli
ilepiedutlons by birds fu orchards
nml vineyards on the Pacific Coast,
show Unit the food habits of thouiiil some Important ntatterr ortnln
seventy species, whose stomach con- Ing to Regatta Day will bo considered
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, iv, i, n i.l'.u miiiivi t-Miiiiiiitiiiuf., ...ui'i
mi ui i 1 wiiLi in 11 y Ull un m Biiiiill
.compared with tlie benefit.
Is. 1 1 '
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Entercd for Becord Sept. 7, 1910.
From 10;30 a m to 4 ,
c llolle. tr, to William Henry.. AM
Wlllliim C Aclil, tr, to William
1 Henry, tr 1)
ju, n D'Almelda to Samuel K
Klllnuhl Ji and wf Kel
S Kills iioenoo Kiiliiaho Jr ..nil
Lelalohn K At and by titty ot
tr to Walalua Agrctl Co Ltd.. L
Entered for Hecord Sept. 8, 1010,
From 9 a, m. to 10:30 a, m,
A line . llailley to 1) K Knliaii-
lello t ,.
Munue) S I'Vnelrn and wf to
City Mill Co Ltd
Rebec n Kaae.io et it 1 to Pioneer
Mill Co Ltd
U (I Ross and wf to II Slug
Illuuclie C Walker and hsh to W
P Dillingham et al I)
Where there's a will there-ii whole
lot of folks walling to bear If tku
old mail left 'em anything. Haiti
i'nterly limy bo a blessing, hut ev
ery man Is willing In Iiiiii his sliuin
id the hleuslliK over to Iliu other fel
low. Ililinlllly liKil.it ifooii id us wIumi It
luiMlfs mil mi inn idimiili's
A WlB 81l!IiQI',tJui) Ills uttll i'iiic
iimi At u9 tegliinjiiii
Thursday, Self, 8.
U. S. II. a Thetis Cochran
i Midway, It) n. m
from Sound, S
I Sell. Hubert lj-wers.
THE INTEIMSLAND steamer W. 0.
Hall sails this afternoon nt u o'clock
Tor Knual ports with' passengers ami.
general cargo. Sho will return to
town next Wedncsdny morning
THE 8CHOONKK Robert I.ewcrs
hirlM.I tlila mnrnlnff with a large shin-
m,nt ,)f lllml)Cr consKne, I.ewcrs
& cisike. Sho Is unloading her cargo
n, jiaIOp wharf,
fin: 11. 8. A. T. l-ogan Is on her
way to Honolulu from the Const, hav
ing left that port on September 7. Die
Logan Is due here on September U.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Thursday, Sept 8
8AN FRANCISCO Arrived 8ept C:
S. S Nevadnn, from Hllo, Aug, 28,
SAN FKANCISCO KJlled Sept. 7:
Transport Logan, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA- Sailed Sept 8: S. 8.
Chlyo Maru, ton Honolulu.
RUMOR OF FLEET
Pacific Warships May Practice
With Big Guns Off
In local naval circles there Is a very
iieflnlte minor that before many
months liavo passed, tho Pacific fleet
u K thiiiiRlit that tho Heel will nr
'rlto about Christinas time and that
Honolulu will htivo tho pleasure of
loriBliilii Iho officer and men dur
lug the festive season
open house may not
BE KEPT BY CLUBS
Mwrtln nnH Hnnl.nni' P.liihc Mm
, , ,. ., '
Issue Invitations hor
There wilt lie n mi.r.ll!,i' nt llm nv..
cutlvo committee of both thu Mvrtlt
unit lle.ilnnl hunt elubn ibis ..venlni-
I lie i.i nui'ii un in wiii-iut-r ij.iun
vi iv " "w v uiuumuu 11 1 1
poitant Business at
At clglit o'clock this evening thori
will be n tegular meeting o'f the Lau.'
Hoard In tho Throno Room at tho Pal
ace, 1 .
At Its session tonight tlio Hoard
will take up tho first of the lease;
I for final dlsisisltlou to he conslderei
""" H orginuuiioii.
"' uIla 'al"'M ru ,u uu "'"""
1 thoso considered tonight nnd then
will prouuiliy uu u niiiiiuur 01 iineit-Bi
ed persons present at tho dcllhera
lions of thu Hoard.
SUMNER CASE STILL ON
Witnesses Yesterday Testified
To His Sanity.
Tho raso oil beforo J ml go Robinson
cnlllltd tlie matter of John K. S11111-
",1101- 1111 ullcxeil Insuno person was cou
I tinned iron yesterday aitermxm 1111
III this nftoriusm and was opcnei
again al two o'clock.
Yosleidii) tho vltneasos on tin
stand ull testllled that lu tho oplnlm
Sumner wtis sniio and capahlt of man
nglug his own affnlrr,
I'ioiii ten o'clock yesterday morn
log until court adjourned lu thu after
noon tho nun was mi, nnd dining thai
lime iheiti weiu many wllnosm on
At Urn openliiK of 'oiiri Hits itfiur
lit mi t) llli'iu weiu ten tVllllesMN Hi 1)1
in lio liuunl mid i)iu nun will pmb
iibll' ofniiy 11 iuy nr lun Iniignr
iVH'M) IImIiIII l"T M'Ti
OfVl PAGE FOURTEgr.
Wednesday, Sept. 7.
I Jnp stmr. Uu)t Maru, for Yoko-
linina, p m. ,
8tmrl. Wllhelmlna, for Hllo, S p. in.
Stmr. Helene, for Lntipalioehoe, p.
Stmr. Maul, for Hawaii, p. m.
Per 3. S. Wllhelmlna, Johnson, for
San FrniiclEco, Sept. 14. Mr. and
Mrs. E. 13. Cndwell and child, H. II.
Simpson, C S. Davis, A. Illom, L. II.
Dee, Vincent Oenoves, Mrs. Chaa. It.
Hazier and child, Arthur Oilman,
Walter Doyle, T. C. White, Dr. E.
II. Marshall, II. W. Pogue, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry White, A. Schnatk, W.
P. Kelley, Miss Edna Henry Mrs. J.
PnniRworth, Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
Dreyfus, Mrs. O. F. Ilorcman and
child. Misses White (2), Mr, and
Mrs. F. L. Hill and child, Mrs. A.
W. Adams, Mrs. E. Olmsted, II. W.
Knight, Dr. (leo. .J. Huddy, Mr", and
Mrs. II. II. l'enhallow, I. U. Clark,
Wm. I. Ideate, Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
Haysclden. Mrs. J. 3, II. Prntc and
two children, Ernest (lay, Mr. and
.Mrs. Francis day, Mr. and Mrs. F.
P llaldwln nnd son, Miss V. Ather
ton, Herman von Holt, Miss Mary
von Holt, Mrs. T. K. Heard, Mrs. A.
B, Heard, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Dil
lingham, Mr. and Mrs. Fennlmore,
Mr. and MrB. II. C. Holmes, Miss P.
II. Roberts, Mrs. J. II. Roberts. Mrs.
J. A. Oilman, S. M. Damon, Mr, and
Mrs. L. A. Thurston.'
Per stmr W. O. Hall, Thompson,
for Kauai ports, Cept. 8, S p. m.
Miss A. Stewart. Ethel Lee Toma, .1.
n. Alexander, Mrs. J. I). Alexander,
E. E. Mahlum and wife, Mrs. C. II. Y.
Alii and child. .1 P. Pernrlch, Miss L.
Per stmr. Claudlne, Pcnnett, for
Maui ahd Hllo, Sept 9. 6 p. m. Miss
P. Ci oiler, Mrs. W. dray. Miss R.
Roberts, K. Uoendall, Miss Ida Tuck
er, Miss Davison, Miss May Alana,
Mrs. W. K. Hamder nnd child. Miss
A. Akana, Miss Emily .Wilklns, Eu
gene Homer, Miss F, Durleln, Master
Iltirlcln, II, C. Senrle Jr. and wife.
Miss Daisy Apo, Mlsn Achny Ahu.
Malls are due ii Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Nippon Maru, Sept
Colonies Per Marama, Sept. 13.
Malls wll depart (or the fotlnwlai
points as follows:
Vancouver Per Zealandla, Sept, 16.
Colonies Per Manuka, Sept 16,
Yokohama Por Manchuria, Sept, 10.
Sydney Pr Zealandla, Bept. 10.
tllx. nailed from Honolulu for Manila,
lignii arrived at Sun Francisco Aug.
Sheridan, sailed from , Honolulu for
Manila, Aug. 14,
If. S. A. T. Sherman, from Honolulu,
fop 8. P.. Sept. 3,
EXTENSIVE CHANGES ore to be
made In the S. S. Lurllne, and when
these changes have been mado It Is
said sho will somewhat resemble the
Wllhelmliiu. The I.urllne will make
one more round trip utter the present
one and theji be, put Into the hands of
mechanics for alterations. The breaks
In tho decks of the Lurllne will bo
tilled In und more staterooms added.
There will be other changes which
will bq the moving of the purser's
room and smoking room to other loca
tions. When the alterations are com
plete the Lurllne will hate double
the capacity for passengers that she
has at present.
THE IIONOLULUAN Is looked Tor
to arrive ut this port sometime, dur
ing January of next year. The Hono
luluan has been chartered by the Mat
ton Hue from the Amerlcan-lla'wulfuu
company. She Is u freighter but will
bo tltted lu first class shape to ac
commodate about forty passengers.
THE WILHELMINA, which depart
ed for Hllo yesterday, wll return
Sunday and depart for San Francisco
Wednesday morning nt 10 o'clock.
THE HARK 8. C. Allen has arrived
at Port TowiiBcnd, making that port
yesterday, September 7. The Allen
left Honolulu August C.
THE SCHOONER J. M, Weather
wax Bulled from Hllo tor Hedondr
with a load of ties on September 3,
THE p.-A. liner Makuru, which de
purled hence August 19, reported ar
llted ut Sydney, Australia, Sept. I).
THE A.-II. steamship Arlionan Is
reported to have left Snllnn Crug for
Sun I'rniiclsco on August 31.
THE JAPANESE H H, Nippon Maru
Is duo lu uriivii In '.iimolulu next
Monday, September W
. Till: (U.AIII)INIJ Is loading uud
will bull fur Maul pods iimmriiiw,
r'llduy, nt & i in
TIIH V. II IMI.I, j a (1,1, sf
isiiioou (or piiim oij iuiiji ff) p. in
,& u , idH tk 94, ,
4ftyit '1mn rlmniitHftiii ii