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EVENING PAJLLKTIN, nONOUJT.IJ, T. H . .TTUDAY, SEPT !). 1910.
Honolulu Chapter Jtojnl
Oceanic Third Degree.
Itcgular .1 pm.
FerfecUou Special. 7 13(,
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. S
All vtiltlng member of tbs
Order are cordlalljr Invited to
attend meetings of local lodfii
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M.
liiQiuc cuciuttne emoer, oi
nniunt inviiiLfcllj it..u a...
'KNEFICUL ASSOCIATION, elation, cor
.HARMONY I0D0E, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
2:30 iu I. O. O. K. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
fc T II. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
f 'AH visiting brothers very cordially
,OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of- P.
Meeta evorr first and third Frl
Hay evening at 7:30 ln K. of P, Hall,
, corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend,
" WM. JONES. C. C.
" O. F. HEINE, K. It. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0..R. M,
. . "-
Meets every first and third. Thurs:
vdays of each month at Knlghla. of
'Fythlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
,. dially Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of H.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, P. 0. E,
.Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
JJeretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. S .- r
w. n. niLEY.-w p. :
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.. .
HONOLULU L0D0E, 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, H. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Htreet. near Fort, every Friday eve-l
ntng. Visiting Drothere are .cordlhllyl
invited to attend.
' JAS. D. DOUaHEIlTY, E. It.
"' GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fcjr. and Beretanla. Visit
ing brother cordially invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
E. A. JACOnSON, K. It. S.
in new and
Lowers Ss Cooke,
"' 177 S. KING STREET
M. E. Silva,
TTSDERTAKER AND EMBALMEH
Prompt and Polite Attention
I CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
' OATH0LI0 SISTERS
Phone 1170 Night Call 1014
A88ESSMENT NO, 12
Honolulu Branch of the JUrrlioii
, m iissii i'IH "ill U Dim JUNH
(Continued from Pace 11
has been making promises of post
Hulls In the event uf election
Some Confusion. i
The names of Colonel Sam Pnrkerltblng Is Ilest at The Encore.
and Itobort Parker, candidates for The Anchor Saloon Is now a curio
nomination for sheriff, appear to museum worth reelng Don't forget., ' j
have caused some coufnMon. a nuin-l 1' you want a good Job done on' nn
ber of people apparently thinking
that Colonel Sim Parker has come
mil no n oni.iii.inia tnr the unmi.Ki'.l
Hon. something which does not np -
Dear to be the fact, because he will
m ......... .... IV, ...v .............. ,- . . '
nominate John l.nnc to make the.for n ' for n lighthouse
run against Kern. Commencing Sunday, August 28,
Lane seems to be strone amone
the delegates from the Third of the
Fourth, the Insurgent Manoa strong
hold, and the Point li of the Fourth,
who hnve about the same Inclina
tions as the adjoining precinct.
A caucus jesterdny showed that
there wns about an equitable divi
sion between the supporters of Lane
and llusta.e in the Fourth of the
Fourth, with Line appearing to he
lomewhat the stronger of the two.
afternoon b the
will be held this
Third ond Fourth
The Important office of temporary
chairman of the convention Is ono
that Is hedged ubout with consider
able doubt, the Importance of the
ofllce In this care being '(onslderably
heightened by the fact that the tem
porary chairman will have the ap
pointment of the committee on cre
dentials, before which will come the
protest that are expected to develop
from the Seenth Precinct of the
Fourth, The probability seems to
he that Clarence Crabbe will nil the
place of-temporary chairman, he be.
Ing the chairman of the count com
mittee Delegates' Seating.
Crabbe announced this morning
that In order to slmpllf the seat
ing of the delegates -.at the conven
tion tonight, the precinct numbers
wIlLbe jialuted on the floor, the del.
sgatift taking their ssats according
to. tholr. "precincts. ''
Parker and Cox.
The supporters of Captain Robert
Parker are preparing to nia'ke a de
termined effort to land'hlm the nom
ination as sherltf of (he city and
county. At a caucus o( his sup
porters last night, pledges ot sup
port were given by his precinct del
egates to stand by him from the first
gun to the last. Andieu- Cox, the
other Republican aspirant, U Ilku
wlse making eery preparation for
convention; ; campaigning, and tits
uppo'rtrs arjconfldent that they
ivIlL'be able To marshal enough votej
Supervisor J C Qulnu announces
Ills candidacy for reuomlnattoii to
the iifllce of county supervisor. Quinn
recelyed Jast iivenlng the endorse
ment:of the delegates from the Sixth
and Seventh precincts of tho Fourth
District. This Quinn claims gives
Urm flventy-lhreo solid votes with
ihlclr"to go Into the tonvoutlon,
H. W. Ilrckons appears to have
things all his own way us far ns
landing the permanent chairmanship
of the county convention a concern1
ed. He has pledges of" support that
would seem to give him the place
for u certainty, "burring accidents,"
W. W. Harris being the only other
real candidate In the field.
Ilreckons Is the selection of the
Lane men far the chiilrmunshlp ot
the convention, and his seating will
be considered In the light of a de
cided victory for that wing of the
party. Harris, on the other hand,
Is favored by the Hustace people.
What the convention will do In
regard to adjourning utter perfect
lug organization, and waiting until
the Territorial convention meetB
Monday and promulgates a platform,
Is problematical. There Is u senti
ment fuvorablo to such action, while
other delegates d not see that
county nomination before trio Tel"
rltorlal plutform Is promulgated will
Jinve any bad effect.
Announcement of candidates for
nomination continue to be made,
Edward Fernandez states Hint he Is
out for the nomination for a seat
In the House of Iteprusentatlves
from the -Fourth District, and his
fl lends In the convention will work
for (hut end.
Theio hs been counldornblo cam
palgnlng during the duy for the
iiiiinlnutloii of Cecil Hrown for a
reat In the Honatn, and the probahlp
Itv Is that h will have strong sup
iturt In Ilia Territorial convention
One Imndlu of u imw ilenlul forcaps
conslkls of u long Iron rod 011 which a
weight slides, the Jolt lis It strikes till)
rnd pulling u toolli lo wlili 11 I lie lip
plJuilie Is allui Imd
III It ;iiul-lN-lll-sllll pool lut.li nil
Hie bulls lull frniil the poMs lulu 11
nimiimn iitnm'l riuin Mhlili they
uillliol ho laki'U until u mill ruliMismt a
IHTWUfMH AP rVYtlNI
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet told by the Bulle
tin for a nickel is twice at large
as the tablet Usually sold for this
i Autos, (4 per hour. Lenta Btablfcs.
Iiethel Stteet Hack Stand PKbno
Hf.2 - I
It goes without saying that every-
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen HL,
Condemnation miners have Lben
"'M ln nb Federal Court for n sinall '
lract "( lftnl1 on Molcknl to be used
me Bulletins pnone numbers
will be: Business office, 2250; edt
tonal rooms, 2180.
It. D King has died final accounts
In the mnttcr of the guardianship of
I) II and lleltn King, minors, and
asked discharge ns both the wards
have Come of age.
Plahlo Andrado. a Filipino vag who
has a penchant for begging, was glv
en throe 1110111118' free board nt Atch's
hotel tills morning by Judgo Aiulradc.
Kam L'honir & Co. nrc niienl.ic n
new jry g00ja tore ut the corner of
Kort and lleretanla streets In tho'linr-
I rlson block The stock of goodri to
be carried by this firm will be ml dis
credit. to the (etnll district In which
uiu siuru la opening - npecuii jinius
on all goods will prevail tomorrow,
the opening day, for the new store.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Aug 29
Engineers coon will bo sent to Cuba
to make a preliminary survey of the
condition of the battleship Maine,
which was blown up In Havana har
bor Just before the Spanish war. This
was decided today at the first meet
ing ot the board of army engineers,
appointed several weeks ago under
the authorization of Congress tcr p(o
ceed with the removal of the wreck.
Composing the board are CujbDel
William M. Illack, Meutnuaiit-Col-ouel
M. M. Patrl U mid Captain II.
II. Ferguson. .
The nrst object will be to reedter
the bodies of the Killors who 'lint
Ilielrilltegwlien tho sjilp.was bioWn
up, but tho second will ho to ascer
tain whether the vessel was hthwn
up from the Inside or from the plit
sldv. The Impression ot the board
todii) was suld to be that the beet
method of accomplishing these ob
jects 'wns to raise the vessel In: the
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.,
Entered for Record Sept. 8, 1010.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m,
Olive I, llornberger to Ole
Amundsen Hel Dowor
O. le Amiindson to Hank ot Ha
waii Ud ' M
Palolo I -a nd & Imprvmt Co Ltd
to II ( I)uls I
N dmsted and wf to Oeorgo W
Curr . . .M
Atilope'da-Quslii-nDd wf to Tul
adr'tirflf wVMiiialllo j
II F Lewis and wf to Curl
II F Lewis and wf to Carl Wnl-'
deer et uls I)
D II Davis to Honolulu llrewlng
& Malting Co Ltd CM
K Matsumoto by atty to D II
Davis , Consent
Entered for Record Sept. 9, 1010.
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
J Mottllola to Kekahuna Maka-
T K Kupukupu and wf to Cecil
llrown, tr M
Zok Seu to Wun Sam IIS
(IAS KM1I.NK TO OltlYK
Iiiipiirliinl Kxperlmeiit In Wurshlp
Construction Said to He (tinier
l'ORTHMOUTJI, England, Auglfst 23.
A local iiewspiipor asserts that tho
Hrltlsh Admiralty bus decided to build
an experimental motor-driven battle
ship propelled by an Internal combus
tion gus engine Naval engineers hum
long had their eyes on this type of
engine us the ultimate, form of power
for nuwil vessels, and experiments
have been carried on with the gunboat
Ituttler with satisfactory lesultu,
A hlittleshlp equipped with such n
motor would have no boilers, stokers
nor smokestucks, except such vents us
were necessary to cany off the pro
ducts of combustion, mid it Is claimed
that such 11 vessel, If successful, would
by tho economies effected In weight,
space 11111I cost of working, mid by Hut
ndllllloliiil speed due to I ho iibsuiiin
of siuoknstiuks, relidi r nil vessels ut
the pivsellt UleiidllilllKht type lib
soll'l" A I'lellili xili'lllUl has HuiiiimI pill
Hull hu mil urn system Is nipnhlu ill
iiritlvluii uiilr iihuiii imi iiiprisuiis
11 net owl, si'paiiilod by purlisl uf In-tilla
Our New Phone Number Will He
City Transfer Co.
Charge of Suborning Wit
ness Is Laid Against One
At the police court this morning
were gathered many Koreans who
are all, ln n way, Intel erted Iu the
assault and batter) case of Ynug,
who claims that a 'number of hla
countrymen did him up nt the so-j
clety hall on Miller street
I.orrln xAudrfews' appeared for the
defendants, and .1. I.lghtfoot for the
proceeutlou. There nre a great num
ber uf witnesses lo be examined iu
the case, and It promises to be 11
long drawn-out one. I
This morijhig while the case was
proceeding, I.lghtfoot Informed the1
ourt that one of H11 Koreans who
Is mixed up In the ciw had np-j
piouched two Koreans who knew
nothing of the matter, and tiled to'
Induce them to gle evidence lit the
case, .hi ilfn Andrade ut once order-!
ed that cteps he taken to have the
mutter Investigated, and the man
who tried to suborn the witnesses
will probably be arrested within n'
Then when the cate was sent over,
till Friday next, and all the wit
nesses were leaving Hie courtroom,
a Korean named You Ah Phong Is
alleged to have threatened 0110 of
Light foot's witnesses. A warrant
wns nt onro sworn out for the ar
rest, of the man and he was chnrged
with threatening language
LONDON, Aug i".-Klng (leorge's
new coinage Is causing serious
trouble because hi) has twice reject
ed designs submitted to him because
of n too close resemblance to Hhmh
his father had coined, whi:h he
never liked because they looked more
like French than English coins.
The King la determined to have
his effigy thoroughly English, and
lleitram Mackouual, the Australian
sculptor who Is designing tho dies,
having been largely trained Iu
Frame, llmlx It dIMIcull to free him-!
self altogether fiom the lulliience of,
Another dim ulty ciopped up In.
India, where the uudowned head oti
iidwuid VII. made the natives he-'
lleve that h wan not 11 king at nil.
Then again, Hongkong declares that
the gold sovereigns with a .'oup
view of St. tieoige slaying the dr,igon
Is taken by Hrltlsh Uhlueso subjects
ns an Insult to thorn, the dragon be
ing emblematic of the Chinese em
pire. INQUEST UP
SANTA ItOSA. Aug. 2t.- -District
Attorney Le.i bnB concluded lo iiban
don entirely the coroner's Inquest
begun at Cszadero early In tlm(
mouth oer tho remains of Hunch
and Horn Kendall and their sou,'
Thomas Kendall, who were foutid
murdered on tho F II. Stnrbuck
ranch, and begin all over again nt
the Inquest to bo held here Friday.
As n result of this decision Sheriff
J. K Smith has served subpoenas on
Mrs. Margaret Starhucl; and F. H '
Stnrhuck of Oakland, Mrs. Jnnotte'
Thompson of San Frnncls-o, Justice
of the Peace F. I). Trospor, Deputy
Sheriff Hrnest Trustier, Wm Church
man and Arthur Collins of Cntndoro,
Dr .1 W Jesse and Dr S. S. Itoglo
ot Santa Hosn
Just sulllclent evidence will be In
troduced lo sutlsfj1 the requirements
of the law to warrant a charge ot
murder against Henry Yiinuigiirhl.
wauled for the crime A laigo
amount of evidence held li) Hot ot-1
llrers will put be presented III order I
lo avoid milking public, the rni" of
tin pu iciulloii hofntn the suspect in
Any member uf Urn Myrtle limit
Club who wishes Id pinnirn Invita
tions fur his f 1 lends fur llegnllilj
Day, Is iMqiiiwtibl Iu notify uy II
III w. II110111 111)7, Intli) hlllMnH
fir iriliipliuiiM N'u 1381. '
(Jas. 11. l.ove)
Promotion Committee Talked
of Work-Much Money in
Sight for Present Year.
The report of Secretary Wood of
the Promotion Committee vis the
most Impoitnut work before the com
mittee at Its meeting yesterday alter
foon, and was dlscUfsed at length by
Encouraging reports have recently
been receUed from different mainland
lsilnts of tho work which Is being ac
complished by the publicity campaign
of the commltte", ond enquiries about
Hawaii .110 being received constantly
f 10111 many different parts ot the
Member Hnogs of tho Hoard has re
turned from n trip to IIIlo mid was
enthusiastic In his remarks jeslerday
beforo tho Hoard of the beauty of the
trip and the marvelous display which
the Volcano1 Is making nt present to
those who make the trip to Kb side.
Tliat the work of tho coming year
will bo successful la argued from tlia
Inrgo number of response which have
enmo from business men and others
of Honolulu for financial old In the
campaign for tho twelve months.
Many that hovo before been but
lukewarm eupixirfers or have even
stood aloof fioni tho promotion pro
position have signified their willing
iicsh to RUbscrlbu o the work for Hits.
onr and Indications nro that there
will he little trouble In obtaining the
J25.0f)) Scciotrtry Wood deems neces
sary to carry oil tho work or even the
flguro of $V,00n which ho thinks couid
he used tp'adv.intnge,
NEW YOUIC, Alfgust 20. Tho big
new dlfiglhlo Pennsylvania I, carry
lug Leo Slovens, the aeronaut, and
two friends, landed this morning In
the village of South Itlver, N. J.. Ut
ter having mndo a sixty-mile voyage
from Philadelphia In tho fust time of
eight) minutes. Tho party left Phila
delphia nt 3:25 a. in., starting from
Point Ilrtcie. A train followed them,
l;iit lost sight ot tho dillglblo at Tren
ton New York had been the goat
originally decided 011 by tho air trav
elers, but a stiff wind nlmost blew
them nut over Itnrltnn bay, and the
drop at South Ulver, was decided on.
Iu tho party wero Arthur T. Athqr-
bolt, president 'of the Aero Club of
Pennswinti, and Couvers II. firtt'
ham. nl;o of Philadelphia The bal
loon, which was built by Leo Stevens
has n capacity of 351100 cubic feet of
gns, and Is tho properly of the Penn
sylvnnln Aero Club, under tho nuspl
ccs of which tho trip was planned.
WHITE GIRLS IN
ST LOUIS. Mo., August 21. Poll,
men made u spectacular raid 011 tho
Chop Suey restaurant here tonight
and arrested Sudlo Wulden, 20 yearB
old, her stepsister, Marguerite Helm,
17 years old, und Leon Ling, aged 30
years. Tho uriest wus made ut the
plea of the girl's brother, who suld
the Clilnesu hud lured the older girl
there und wns keeping her Hudle
Wuld.cn, when, questioned,, declared
that sho was tho fiancee of the Chi
nese, and that her seventeen-year-old
sister was there with her ut her re
quest. The police were refused' ad
mittance to the place, und entered by
wuy ot the toot of an adjoining threo
story building The Chinese wus
seeking to cscnpn by the roof when
ho wns caught
The friendship between Sudlo Wul
den und the Chinese begun In the
Mission Sunday school, which slut
taught hctorul years ago. With tho
fate of Hlsle Siege), formerly of St.
I.ouls, tresh In the minds of the po
lice, they decided not to tukn chunceg
of letting the girls remain under Hie
lulliieiiiH of thu Chinese
The longest continuous ueulher rec
ords known me it polls of tho tern
perutuiit mid rainfall uf New lledford,
Mass, since mill, having beep Hindu
by Ilia fnlhni' of Hut pieseiit owner uf
Hie 1I11I11 himself
TI10 hnbles Wlin.i ru being lllilili'd
J Ailliui Johnson will ioikiIIiiIh
qiill" 11 IIhiiiiIkiiIuikI nil Hie I101K0II
soiuu iuy-Wnlilnmiui riiiiinliiid
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAGE FOURTEEN.
L. .. i i "'' -. ... ,-V
WNTNOJE8 I ,
11 IK Alt.MUUKW cruisers caiiioriua,
Colorado, Pennsylvania and Washing
ton, which left San ronclsco on
August Hth, nrrhed at Chlmbotc
Peru, their first port of call, Sunday,
whero they are to remain for a week
taking In coal. The" warships have
been mnklne the run southward at
the rate of only 12 knots on hour.1
leaving Chlmboto on September bth,
they will reach Valparaiso on the
12th, or two days before the opening
of the centennial exposition there.
The California, Colorado and Penn-,
sylvanln are to leave there on Sep-
ICiMUVl 6VIII IUI lilt ICIUIII tlll IU
San Francisco, arriving late In Oc-I
Inline tvhlln thn Waahlntflnn la tn I
proceed from Valparaiso to the Ilnst
ern coast, arriving at Hampton
Honds on November Hth.
THK 8AN FIUNCISCO Kxamlner
of Sept. 1 says the tug Pilot has been
chartered to make a trip to sea Fri
day afternoon, where a test will be
made of tho oil-spreading device In
vented by Harry W. Stocking, well
known among shipping men. Instead
of oil being used In 'the ordinary way,
over the Bide of storm-tossed vessels
In order to break the seas, the fluid
Is curried through a hose attached
to the chain upon which the sea
anchor holding the vessel up to the
sens Is made fast In this manner
the oil, exudng through openings In
the ond ofthe hose, mounts to the
Biirfnce and smoothes ,'tbe seas some
distance away from the bows. .It Is
claimed Hint a barrel of oil will Inst
a steamship twenty-tour hours by
OWNJ3IIS OF steam schooners and
other' coasting vessels on the Coast
which carry passspgers nmj nre not
already equipped with a wireless ser
vice, are. Insjulllng now, Tho new
Inw requiring nl pnssenger carrying
coastqra to have a wireless equip
ment goes Into effect October 1st. A
Inrge number of ship owners, how
ever, are waiting until the last, min
ute to comply with the aw. Some
of tho steam schooners and. smaller
crafts which have done a small busi
ness In the transportation ot passen
gers will give up the passenger trade
rather than put In the wireless and
will operate exclusively ns freight
ers. KAHLY TOMOItllOW morning the
flagship Mauna Kea of tho Inter-lBland
fleet will arrlvo from llllo. via Ui
halna, Maul, It Is expected 11. M. Ka
nlhu, tho Cannon Hall of Kohala, who
has len sizing 1111 the political sltim
Hon on Hawaii, will bo among the
TIIRRK AltE two hundred cabin
passengers on the transport Logan
now eu route, from Bun Francisco to
Honolulu. The ship iiIbo carries COO
men und four butteries of artillery
Tho I-oguu carries a full cargo ot
army supplies. A consignment o
Filipino money Is In her specie tanks.
THK DHNSK sinoko from the big
forest fires In the northwest has ser
iously interfered with navigation on
Puget Sound. The smoke wus sq
thick ut times that vessels had to
practically feel their wny with tin
ON SUNDAY morning, the atoamei
jHisanaia win return from Lanal, La
lintua mfd Moloknl ports. It Is ex
pected Hint she will bring sheep from
Lanal, consigned to tho Honolulu
THIS AFTERNOON at C o'clocl
tho steamer Cluudlno will leave fo,
Lahulna, Kahuliil, liana on Maul, am
llllo and Uiupjlioiboo on Hawaii. Shi
Is due to return to Hits iirt next Wed
Till: STEAMEK'W. O, Hall sailor-
at 5 o'clock last night for Kauai porU
with a number of passengers and car
go. Sho will rot urn early next Wed
nesday morning. 1
THE U. SIinVENUE Cutter Oold.
en Uute has been converted Into an
oil burner. She will bo placed It
commission on the Const in about a
THE nitlTISirhark Kllburn hat
gone ashore near Newcombe and It
considered u totul loss. The Kllburn
wus bound from 1-ondon to Oregon,
FROM KAUAI, tho steamer Klnau
will come In early tomorrow monilng
wlth passengers, She will bring a
full load ot sugar from plantations.
ONE OF THE big log rufts which
are being towed down tho Califor
nia const bus arrived nt Its destina
THE IIAIlKENTINIJ B. 0 Wlldr
dcpailcd fiom Knu Francisco loduy
IkmiiuI for Muhiikoiiu
Tin: h. h i;m:iii'itiHi; is ipon
ed us 111 living ul Kail I'iuiicIm'u today
Hint lll llllo Aug. W
'I'lli; A. II H H Nebiu.kuu Is imw
ru nulls with 11 Kelielul i'4.o o
fli'lghl lor New Vtilk
Till) IIAIIIi Andrew Wel.li bus a
Iliad uf m n fur lluuululu
PA88ENOER8 pEPARTEO 1
i-er simr. v. o. Hall, Thompiim,
for Kauai ports, Sept. 8, 6 p. nj.-
Miss A. Stewart, Ethel Leo Toma, .1.
D. Alexander, Mrs.. J. D. Alexander,
E. K. Mahlum and wife. Mrs. C. H.iw.
Ahl and child, J. F Fernrlch, Miss L.
Per S. S. Wllhelmlna, Johnson, for
San Francisco, Sept. 14. Mr. and
Mrs. R. K. Cadwell and child, It.' II.
Simpson, C. S. Davis, A. Illom, L. It.
Dee, Vincent (lenoves, Mrs, Chas. 11.
Flazler and child, Arthur Oilman,
Walter Doyle, T. C. While, Dr., R.
R. Marshall, II. W. Pogue, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry White, A. Schnatk, W.
P. Kelley, Miss Edna Henry. Mrs. J.
Farnsworth, Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
Dreyfus, Mrs. O F. Horeman and
child, Misses White (2), Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. Hill and child, Mrs. A.
W. Adams, Mrs. E. Olmsted, II. W.
Knight, Dr, Oeo. .1. HUddy, Mr. and
Mrs. II. II. Penhallow, I. L. Clirk.
Wm. LIdgate, Mr. and Mrs. A.i N.
tjayselden, Mrs. J. fl,.n, P.rafi.and
two cjilldren, Ernest Gay, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Gay, Mr. and Mrs. F.
F. Daldwln and son, Miss V. Ather
ton, Herman von Holt, Miss Mary
von Holt, Mrs. T. K. Heard, Mrs. A.
E. Heard, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dil
lingham, Mr, and Mrs. Fennlmore,
Mr: and Mrs. It. C. Holmes, MM P.
II. Roberts, ;Mrs. J, IL.floberts, Mrs.
J. A. Oilman, S.'M. Damon, Mr. apd
Mrs. L. A. Thurston.
Per stmr. Claudlne, Bennett, tor
Maul and llllo, Sept. 9, S p. m. Miss
F. Crozlcr, Mrs. W. dray. Miss II.
Roberts, K. Rocndall, fllss Ida Tuck
er, Miss Davison, Miss May Alana.
Mrs. W K. Hamder and child. Miss
A. Akana. Miss Emily Wllklns, Eu
gene Horner, Miss F. Ilurleln, Master
Ilurleln, R, C Searle Jr. and wife.
Miss Daisy Apo, Mlsn Achoy Ann.
Malls are out st Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Nippon Maru. Sept
Colonies Per Marama, Sept. 3.
Malls will depart for the fallowing
points as follows i
Vancouver Per' Zealandla, Sept. 16.
Colonics Per Manuka, Sept 16.
Yokohama Per Manchuria, Sept.) 10.
Sjilney Per Zcalandla, Sept. 16,'
pix", sftlletT from Honolulu for Manila,
' Aug.' 12.
Logan arrived at San Francisco Aug.
Sheridan, sailed from Honolulu tor
Manila, Aug. 14.
U. B. A. T. Sherman, from Honolulu,
for 8. F.i Sept. 3,
IN FOBEIQN fORT
Friday, 6pt. 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Sept. 9:
Rklne. S. O. 'Wilder, for Mahukona.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 9:
8. 8. Enterprise, from llllo, Aug. 30.
'THE TOYO KISEN KAIBKA llnfcr
Nippon Maru, will arrlvo from Ban
Francisco early next Monday morning.
General Manager Shtralshl, who has
been on tho mainland on business, Is
a passenger on her. Ho s returning
to Japan to submit his. report to Pre
sident Asano. -, .
MAMJfA 1$ miamz . ' 7
" ' AtT6U fftip BffES
Mttlf'Uanghter of I'tlouet John Jncub
Aster May firing ltehtlIUiUoB.
NEWPORT, a. Ij, Aug?' 18.-.TIie
friend ot. Colonel -John Jacob iAator
und Mrs. Ava Willing A(or, whose
divorce furnished the social seasajlon
of (he; year, aft) filled wlthtexpectancy
and liope over thq possibility -.of a
reconciliation that ueem probable. The
little daughter of (pe dsti)gulshed
copple, Muriel Actor, elghtij'faUiold,
Is being polneo) to as (ha pece- mes
senger 1' 1
She makes her home with VJrs. As
(or In accordance with the 'agreement
entered Into at the' time of the separ
ation and divorce, hut wrljesito her
luther each week
"Muminu Is so unhappy," Colonel
Astor's little daughter wrote with
childlike frankness, The message wus
only u part of u sentence In a loug
Colonel Astor evidently cherishes
(lie litter for ho fs kndwn (o be cur
rying It about with him mid to have
shown It to several ot his most Inti
Mrs. Astor returned front abroad
within the last4 ten days and with
little Muriel Is spending the beason
Ut the cottage or her brother, llarton
Willing Colonel Actor ulsu spends
much of his (hue In Newport, when
not on his yucllt. '
Vincent Astor visits his mother und
sister every duy uud the grcalm "af
fection titlsts between them, This Is
polnM to us iinolhur posshl sourie
of rioiii'luloii, us li ivii s Hid
loimiaui loiiipsiitnu uf hs r(ir
lllmik liisiks uf ui son. Ii1ki,
'''. iuurciiri'. iy Hiu miu
I'llhllshlim t.'uiiiiuiiy ' ' '