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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. THURSDAY. SEPT. 22. 1910. "" , .
MONDAY: oi. .-..
T.UESDAY.Sffi, , J
WEDNEBDAYf , .. J ..
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
atUafl meeting! of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
'-: ' 1' PT 7:30 P. M.
1 MAhlNE-EHGIHtERS 5h"r ao.
IENEFICIAL AVIATION, ciationi cor.
HASMOhX'lbtiQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
i.Mpvts every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. O. V, Hall, Fort Strcot.
E. It. HBNDHY, Secretary.
J ' II. K. McCOY, Noblo flrnnd.
H 'All vlaltlng brothers very cordially
OAHU LOPQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In IC. of-IVlInll,
corner Fort and HorotanlasTvtslttnB
promer coraiany iuviioau.uwvuu.
VM. JONES, a"ft"t A
" O. F. HEINE, K. ,$,
, HAWAIIAN TRIBE, Nowp.jjM,
L.. Meets every first and third. Thurs-
. 1. .11. Vnlakfi. ff
k nays .01 cacu uiuum rwnf,"w w
TTythlas Hall. Vlsltlng-brothera cor-
; dially Invited to attend.
, A. h. EAK1N, Sachem
h . . ' E- V. TODD. C, q( R.
tri .3'.. . n
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED-NEsriAY-iveiilngs
ot each month at
7:30 p'cfofk In K. of P. Hall, corner
llpre(0Ela','nd Fort streets.
,( VUltlnV-Kagles are invited to at
tend. ,t V. n. nn-EY. w. p.
V WJL C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LpDOE, 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G16, II. P. O.
i" Klk, meets In their ball, on Kins
r at.A' nnjir Ror't. every FrMay-avtif
j j nltig. 'vuUlng''Brotbors are cordially
15. . JA8. D. DOUQHEllTY,. B. n.
r l UKO. T. KLUEOEL, Bee; .' ,
.' WM. McKINLEY L0DQE,.Npj. 8,
r A. ot r. "
. ' I "m.aL every 2nd arid 4th Saturday
venlng at. 7:?0 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Herotanla. Vlslt
ug brothers cordially Invited to at-
"' II. A. TAYLOK, C. 0.
' R. A. JACOUSON. K. It. B.
MANUFACTURERS! SHOE CO., Ltd.
1051 Fort Btreet
r TC w--f
n CiOAR NOW So
r.l4j RlOALJHOE CO..
Chain Now at the
UNION 'BARBER BllOV
NEW BARBER A competent man
h'ai juit arrived from the Coait.
M VIERBA Proprietor
l)eieloilug 11 ml
HaiTull Si Suulli
Kens Curld Co,
Olios. R. Frozior
Phone 1371 122 Kinir St.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Every cony of thet Even
ing Bulletin served on
the city carriers' routes should
reach the subscriber by 5:30
p. m, Subscribers who fail
to receive the paper by this
time will confer a favor upon
the Bulletin circulation
department by telephoning
complaints to 2250. A special
messenger will deliver,- the
Bulletin after this hour,
when name and address of
subscriber are gtiven.
,j. 4. . t, :.
ETHER HABIT NEW
Consumption of Drug Increas
ing Many Jags in a
LONDON, Sept. 10. A rcmarknblo
habit which has developed In certain
districts in fitter has bran brought
before tho notice of medical men by
Dr. Wllllom Calwell of Helfast, who
In the Medl.nl Journnl linn 1111 In
tercstlng article dealing with eilicr
drlnkliin In 1'Ister.
Dr. Calwell lias for fnme montlm
been InvcsllKatlng'tlie irevalcnce of
tills habit, and In the course ot- an
Interview yesCrilny he stated that
this pernicious iractlo had for
many ears been undarmlnliiR the
health ot tbn Inhabitants In certain
districts of routines Derry and Ty
The subject was brought before
the notlco of Dr. Calwell several
months ago owing to u resolution
paused by the magistrates nt Cooks
town Petty Hessians.
With ether drinking," said Dr.
Calwell, "Intoxication conies on very
"rapidly, and ncuto ether Intoxication
la. produced by variable amounts.
'UToiiEk a." dram. ..wjJtth about' 0110
penny, Is the usual treat. The drink
or-at' Once -becomes, hilarious; com
fiWces Uantlng. shouting nnd ge
tlcutatlhg. The effects pass oK In
an hour or so. and. tlw. stage of. de
pression rapidly follows." An ether
Inebriate-ran get drunk and -wilier
several times In ono day. Dr. He
tbortngtnn of' DftrrpiI.unnUo Asyum
nformed Dr. uaiwell tnai me sec
ohdary effects of ethor drluKing
seemed to bo much the same as pro
duced by the use of bad whiskies.
. IIOX'T .MAIIHY T1IK MAX
Who Is selfish.
Who Is a pessimist.
Who Is a spendthrift.
Whoso jvaril.jrou cannot roly.uppn.
Who never-wnFka iinliiss bo has to.
Whose highest' 'ambition Is to .be
come rlclu g,
Who Is'nntriny-pamlry, weak nnd cfr
fomlnafa. ' 'f-r '
" Who "has no: Bympathy with your
Who l u!way.lnaklng excuses for
not "meeting" "engagements.
"Who bullovcs -that nil courting
should ba done before, marrlngu.
i.Who .bcllHVos. that a woman should
fiavu no'Jhterests outside her home.
:-Vlio Is unsympathetic, cold nnd
deut to nny demands outside ot busi
ness. Who loses bis temper nnd indulges
In profanity on tho slightest provoca
tion. Who Is always thinking of himself
and expects everybody else, to wait on
Who regards n gambling debt ns a
debt of honor and 11 tailor's bill ns u
Who lets his landlady wait for her
rent while he puffs out tho money In
Who is so dreamy or impractical as
to seriously Impair bis ublllty to sup
port a family.
Who thinks that n comfortable
home nnd plenty to eat and wear
should satisfy any woman.
Who thinks Unit the woman who
gets him for 11 husband will bo lucky
beyond tlie rest of her Hex.
Who Is secretly nnd constantly cov
ering up his trucks nnd on his guard
lest be betray bis real self.
Who bosses his sisters, nnd does not
think It necessary to Show them tho
same consideration us other girls.
Who s nlwuys talking about what
he will do when "the old man" Is dead
and lid gets control of tho property.
Who lulu women hung nn to straps
In the street enrs while he keeps bis
seat and bides lilmxrlf behind a news-paix-r.
Who regards his cigars, drinks and
other dissolutions ns necessities, but
who would consider his wife's ineiigro
allowance 11 luxury.
Who would bo likely to huimilltito
bin wlfo by melting her beg for every
dollnf she desires for herself nnd to
tell him wliiit sho Is going to do with
Who Js domineering ud nrbltrary
and lyraitlni's over tho weak and all
who are undor" lilm, while ie cringes
bcforu the rich un.H powerful. Homo
I'HOIIAIILY TODAY the freighter
Itoniera will clear for the Pacific
("oust, taking no cargo. The Hn
11 1 Mia has been dscliurglug a coul
cargo fur tho nnvy, 1m ought from
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Bulle
tin for a nickel is twice as large
as the tablet usually sold for this
Autos, $4 per hour, Lewis Stablea.
llcllicl Btrevt -llnck Stand' Phono
It kces without saying that every
thing Is Ilest at The Kncoro.
Th Anchor tialoon Is now ,n curio
museum worth seeing. Don't forget.
City and County Attorney (Jathcart
prosecuted at the .police court this
Thcro will bo a special meeting of
1bo Oahu lldrcball I.enguo on Kriilny
evening at tho offices u Senator Chns.
Tuny Alvas, who struck n small
ChlucHo boy, who luippcne,) to hump
Into .him outside a barber's shop, was
fined t for tho fun ho had.
There were, twenty cases on tho po
lice com t calendar this morning, and
seven of them wcro In connection
with the Vineyard Btreet bunch of
toughs, who make, a nulsanco of them
selves every night.
Manuel Pi Mello, who was found
guilty of Inning nssaultd a boy, who
U alleged to have struck him first
was llUQ.l $10 Tor tho offense this
morning by Judge1 Andrado; C. V.
Chllllnpwortb appeared for tho nc-
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered, fcr Record Sept. 21, 1010,
' From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
City Market. Co Ltd to llnwn
l-'lsberl6H ' I'.td ..-.-. II H.
llnwn Klsher'les Ltd to 'Japanese,
Hunk 4 . iC M
Jlnrglc Qtilnn to J C Qtilnn....
Clevis A Illshnw nnd wf to Wll-
Ham II Castle, tr M
Y linlo to Y Klhnra US
A C Loveklp to Alexander Oar
Annlo Kvans to Mnmlo S'lm
W i: Howell to Annie Kvnus. .
Trent Trust Co Ltd to Knlll-
Enteted for Record Sept. 22, 1010.
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
HftWrt Paliolebt 'alltrt'Alfred
Mlitl tlldg &' I-oan Soey'df II Ltd
to Hannah Fisher et nl Ilol
Ksthcr P Juen to Oeorgo Free
land Small Freddy's mamma was so
hoarse ono morning Hint sho could
scnrcely speak. "Why, mamma," said
tbn little fellow, "what n sore volco
The I-nplanders nro slhn shortest
propln In tho world; the I'ntngonlnns
It Is tho chrotilc .kicker who always
wants something to boot.
The truth Is more apt to Buffer from
circulation than a lie.
I , ft
IIISII rrrlrBII. IE 'g
Our New Phone
City Transfer Co. (JaB. H. I.ove)
WATCH YOUR FINGERS;
EACH HAS A MEANING'
Pmf 1 Fi Mi Blancliard TdlS
Significance of Digits I'ol-
lowing a Lecture,
ICvery finger has a meaning of Its,
own, always the sumo nnd always rec-jlo present the ldn of tho Holy Trln
ognlznblo. cvon though not nlways Ity nnd Its power by the life of these
iKillcyil. The nst or in? political ueina-
-. . ..
goguo and tho curling limo linger 111
milady nt 5 o'clock ton nro equally
tun ot siguilicnnce. nccoruing 10 - n insnion. 11 nan uie riue 111 psjcnuioKj
lectuio given late yestfrday to n behind It.
class In public speaking nt the Unl- "In contrast to tho Index and sec
vcrslty of Chicago by Frederick Ma- ond fingers, the third "r ring linger
son lllanchard, nssnclato professor In tells of affection, Tho other fingers
tho university. The meaning of fin- nro not used In n caress. Tho whole
gets was explained more fully today hand In used, but tho third finger Is
by Prof, niftncbafd. ' brought forward nnd It Is thq ono that
"Tho nso of tho different flngrn In strokes the faco or hand. of ho person
gestures Is of the greatest Import- to whom affection Is to ho shown,
mice ho said, .VTI10 yolco of a spenk- Why Rlnp'a Place Is Fixed,
ir may bo likened I" tho f.olo of "This finger aiwaya .bears the en
singer,' nnd the gestures, may bo t,ak- gngement mid wedding rings. Tlioro
en to represent tho accompaniment. ,nny IR objection tnndo that th pine
1 snoko to tho class yesterday, on this inr, ,,r Mm tines on this flncnr Is mcro-
subl'ct liocauso of tho ono.flngcrcd
L-ertiirn inniln liv nil,, of tho students.
" . . ' . .... . .........
Tbls young man, In n tlivo-mlntito
speech, waved his iirtn thltly-s.oven
times by nclual count, and qjicli tlm
hn polntodiwllh tho Index linger, thus
confining bis guttural moaning loonly
one kind of explanation. I
Included In Celtartc ThecrlM. I
"Part )f--bat 1 explained to tbn
stmlenla.ls Included In wrlllnsa n
the lheorlt.ol Dclsartr. It Is a well-
cstnlJllslicd psycliologlcnl fact In tho no, know lh!l, ,t ,, anytnR mnro
theory of recalling tbnl tho nso of ,,, n.nn(!rcm, The nso Is ordln
tho Index finger Is for pointing nut nrly different. Tho llttlo finger 'de
one thing In particular. If n speaker ,,0,n3 tlcllcncy. It Is scparotrd from
mentions, for Instance, the Mississippi 1C n,hors nn,j B not required to em
valley with a gesture that shows only ,,)as7.o the meanings ot tho stronger
this finger, ho falls short of tho full fingers
meaning. 110 nioiim use ino open
-ine sectinu linger is ..... i.er .
Intellectual force. Tho of I il nnrt
tholndex flngur glvotbo'slgliincanco
..M-i. 1 a.. 1- ,1... n-n. nr.
?' " Jr? 'r:" '": ' '7'"
. ... , ,, . .. ..
inr iii.i.B.'-ii in" i "
the use of the thumb, which signifies
.!. ....!.. ll. I.I.. nf rnr-n In
a more emphatic fashion, but with
Shows Gesture of Brute Force.
Hcrf Prof. Hlnnchar.1 doubled up
his hand, clasping tho fingers with
the thumb, and menaced the Inoffcn
"This means Hint If you oppose tho
speaker you nro going to bo struck,"
he explained. "It U bruto foice alone.
Hut tho Idea Is contained In tho
thumb though not nn strongly, nnd
by combining tho thumb nnd ,tho In
tellectual Index and second fingers
one gives tho samo Idea
with tho in 1110 samo way.
T is a daily necessity, because
the information it contains
concerns the life of the
he people. It is an
cational agency, a guide and a
constant helpmeet. Advertis
ing in a daily paper broadcasts
thejcnowledge of what the mer
chants can do for the people,
and the people with their con
stant needs, go to .the merchant
who gives them his knowledge.
The EVENING BULLETIN is an example of the sure
reliance of the experienced business man in the upbuild
ing of his trade through judicious newspaper advertising,
Number Will He
I ntldofl meaning of liitclllfioncc tlint In
I 1..-1...-1 1... ll.n ..,...... . lt.,.j1...l.ll.
A;VoR.;h;.Teu'. cur,;. " "
"There is a tradition with actors
'nt t' curse of Cnnllnal Itlchclleu
mini li( ilclivcrcu wmii 1110 uniiii ui-
rained, but without tho upo of tho
(bird nnd foiitlh fingers. For all I
know to the contrary, It may tie n
custom of tho Ilnmnn nitbollc Church
.. - . ,.. .... I
inrce nnrjors on suc(i nn occasion, iu
I believe 11 is niso true tnni no;ncior
would mnKo tho gesture in a dirrercnt
ty n custom, but oven If Hint laso
n,, 1. ,,, i-m,,n inr tiin iirlsin nf I
"-- - t 1 '".
h, ciistntn. Tho reason here, I, be-
levn. Is wjiollv psychological. , ..Tim
third finger Is tho finger of nffcritl
nnd must'nlwnys rcninln so," Jjr
LH)e 0ne 0hows Delicacy. ''f
-r,crn s m, strong emotion t.lrft
fnr (iP little linger to show." ctrntl-
mt,(, ,10 upmo,., -1 inVo noticed
,t tlr. Cnnipbell of London uses tho
,., ..,, n, nn ,ox j cl
. n , , . , ,
A woman will bold this finger
, . Irniu thq others., hut n
)m w, ,, , crn , lmllt
)(i)lc'n()inoan wl ., fn ,
I '" I'W" ii,.;,..,,,,,.. .,. .c
"no lt. Hip others. Thus, t will
',, ,, ,t ffnrnnr.. Ill trimiinrn-
I incnt between .ijfferent .liersons1.
r.-.t. u... ZMII. Tkumh In D4ln.
"u" ' ""H ' '""- ' -
' .:", ? ' ."
structcd student by tho
"j , .,..,,
bis ftngerp. If bo gestures naturally
with tho thumb and Index nndjsecond
fingers together. I know that bo Is
a forceful person. If bo lets Ills! thumb
Tall within the palm of the nnnd. I
can seo that ho Is not Insistent. Tho
thumb nf u weak man Is noti closed
over tho fingers. The thumb of n
dead body or of a person that has
fainted falls Into tho palm 'of the
hand. In n conscious, living person
tho lack of strong vltnl force Is shown
Thursday, ttpt. 2i.
filnir. Maul from Hawaii ports.
Schr. Mol Wahlne, from Hawaii.
IT KEEPS custom houso men busyi
getting arouiul to dlnercnt parts or
the town to weigh cartloads of coal
which have been salved from the
wrecked llelga nt Walklkl. This coal
has been brought ashore by Hawaii
nns nnd others in small lots nnd In'
many cases sold to denlers ns It Is
landed on the bench. As It all has to
pay duty the customs authorities have
t() wcg, jt nn,j tlos0 W10 iave th
con, 8cnic8 n several parts of the
,own nearest their place of business
THE FltRiailTKIl Masunda Is still
lying outside, and will probably come
Into the Inner harbor nnd dock late
today In case tho Belsdon gets away
from the Channel Wharf In time. The
Mnsunda arrived yesterday from New
port News with a full cargo of coal
destined for the navy, but ns nil
berths were already occupied by col
liers, could not begin discharging her
cargo until one of tbn ships already In
AUCTION BALK 'of personal effects
belonging to ft sullor named A. Ore-
1,.. " " L.1.1 ... .1.- '.!.. 1 ..:J
oerg was nuiu ii. 1110 uuiiutu wui-
liouro of tun cuotomiioiuo mm moriy
lug nnd netted 12.2.r. Tho trunk nnd
clothing was bid In at 12.2." nnd an
Klgln , gold watch was sold for M0
niter spirited bidding. Orcbork was
a sailor on tho Bchooner 0, M. Kel
log who died In the. Marino Hospital
hero In February 1003 at tho uge of
HKAVY HOOKINOS on tho locnl
steamers from Honolulu to San Frnu
cIsco nro reported and from now 1111
til tho holiday season opons the
Ktenmers plying between this port 11r.1l
Ban Francisco will have practically
all of tliclr accommodations UHcn.
Tho Slerrn nnd Wllhclmlnn uro
f booked henvler than nny otherit and
for" tho next tbreo trips these vessels
wljl have n largo number of passen
gers. KltEIOHT CLKRK McComb, who
was taken from tho Nipiian Maru
when that vessel was last In this
port, for the purpose of having an
operation performed. Is reported to
!. .,. . . -.. 1. 1- ...All
lie nieiiuing insi. .nct,uiiiu m ;non
known in Honolulu, having beep a
clerk on tho Australia for a number
THE ASIA, now en route to Ho.
j nolulu from the -Far East, has 000
, tons of Oriental freight for this port,
This can.be taken out In a short
J time, and It Is moro than likely that
the ship will bo given quick dls
patch, probably leaving 011 tho day
THE COAL cargo of tho Ilrltlsli
freighter Sclsdon, lying nt tho Chan
nel wharf. Is nearly discharged, and
tho vessel may move out Into the
stream late today. She will proceed
to Ocean Island next week to load
IT WAS n rather slow morning
on the waterfront today, the only
early departure being the J. A. Cum
iiilns, and the arrivals Including the
steamer Maul and the schooner Mo
Wahlne, both from Hawaii ports.
THE TIlANBPOrtT Sheridan aallet'
from Nagasaki for Honolulu today en
'route to San Francisco from the Phil
Ipplnes. Tho Sheridan In commuiu'
ot Captain Make Ilealey Is one of th
most popular ot tho trunsjiortR.
ACCOUDINO TO n wireless re
ceived fiom Mahukonn today, tho
barkentlue S. O., Wilder has arrived
ut that port from San Francisco,
with n general cargo consigned to
tho Hawaii Hallway Company,
THE 11AUKENTINB Mary Winkle-
.niuii arrived at Eureka September 21
from Honolulu, having sailed from
this port on August 24, and thn bark
entluo Mnluiwell from Ahuklnl ar
rived at Kurekn yosterday.
YESTKUDAY tho steamer Colum
blau arrived at San Francisco fron
Sallna Cruz with general New Yorl
cargo, The Columbian goes from Sat
Francisco to Seattlo and tlienco u
AMONG the sailing:! from 8uu Fran
cIsco yesterday wus the Matson llnei
l.urllue, which left that port ior Ho
nolulu, Tho Lurlluo is duo In l'.ono
.lulu Wednesday, September ii.
THE STEAMSHIP Mnrama ot tin
Canudluii-Australlau lino arrived a'
Victoria yesterduy. Tho .Maranui
sailed from Honolulu for the northern
port on Beptomber 14,
THIS AFTEIINOON nt 5 o'clock the
Intrr-lshuid steamer W 11. Hull salli
lor K111111I ports with (he usuul gener
al ciirgd mid pusseugurs,
TWO DAYS ago the steuiiiHblp III
Ionian arrived ut Hllo t coin Hh.iUIh
with u guuernl rurgn and Is now din
charging nt llmt fort.
I J 1
ON PAQE EIQHJ. i
Thursday, 8cpt. 22.
W. (. Hall, Oness, fur Kauai ports,
S p. m.
Htmr. J. A. Cummins, for Oahu
Per Btntr. Claudlne, tomorrow 5 p.
m. for Hnw'nll' and Maul ports A. J.
McLeod and, Wife, K. Kojunai II. I'o
aha. Julia Kamall and child. J. li
Hock, It. 11. Thompson, Mrs. Harnden
and daughter, J, S. Fiistcr, II. II. Bco
vcl and A. Loiilsson,
Per sttnr. W. U. Hall, 5 p. m. today
for Kauai jiorts John Oonsalves, Pe
ter 8avas. . Hohlg Rev. W. Ault,
Chong Song, Antone Bavas, John Ad
erkuk, Mrs. 1 lnmoku and child.
Francis Gay. J, D. .Crockett and M.
IN FORKIQN PORTS
WednetdVy, Sept: '21.
EURHKA Arrived, Sept. 2fli Dktne.
M. Wllkctimnnn, hence Aug. 24,
EUIinKA Arrived, Sept. 21; Dktne.
Makawcll,' from Ahuklnl, A)ig, 29.
SAN FIIANCI8CO Arrlyed. Bept. 21:
S. S. Virginian, from Sallnn Cruz.
SAN KIUNCISCOBnned, Sept. 21. 1
p. m.; S. H. Lurlmo. for Honolulu.
yiCT6niA;Af1i)i;upi! b, s.
IIII.O Arrived, Sept. 20: 3.S.
nlan, from Seattle. 3'
Tuesday, Sept. 20v,
SEATTLK-8alled September '16:
8. St. Ntvndan forlQiiolu'li
SAN i-'nANOl'SCip-ljArlyedAaept. 20 1
S. S. Wllhelmlna, from (IoAqIuIu,
HlI,Or-Arrhed ,tept., 17, '
bd;r. Hor'eals, from qrayts llurbor.
SAN FHAyciSCO-Arrlvetlgep't. 20:
(! a. lit..' Si S, Wlllielm'lna, henco
Sept. It. " 'U
SAN FHANCIBCOrSallei.Scpt. 20: 1
p. m., S." S, 'China, for l'lo'noliilu.
Monday' Sept, ip.
PQItT TOWNSF.ND Sailed Sppt. IS:
Ilk. 8. C. Allen, for Honolulu.
PUHHT SOpND Arrived' Sppt. 16:
S. 8, Novadan, from San Francisco.
OltAYS HAIlDOIt-Salled Sept. 17:
8chr. DCfendor, for Honolulu.
FOIIT OHAY Balled Sept. 17: Schr.
PhlUpplno: for Honolulu.
SAN KnANCI8C(-Arr!vcd Sept. 18:
S. 8. Iiyades; from Hllo.
SAN FHANCIf4CO Arrived . Sept. 19,
noon: B. s. Manchuria, hence Sept.
IHLO Sailed Sept. 14: Dktne. Bent-
c'la. for Puget Sound,
IIII.O Sailed, Sept. IB: Schr. Trn-
sit, for Hcdonda.
IHLO Arrived Sept. W Schr. Ethel
Znne, from Honolulu.
uuiuy aopi. la. ,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept, 15:
Schr. Muriel, front H,onopii,iAug. 20.
POUTLAND Arrived Sept, lj: H. 8.
Damara, hence Sopt. 7. ,
Wednesday 8pt. 14.
HEDONDO Arrived Sent. 13t Schr.
C 8, Holmes. 'from Hllo. Aug. 17.
SAN FUAttolSCO Sept14:' 8. 8.
I.urllrle. bonco Sept, 6.
YOKOHAMA Balled Sept. 14:
Asia, for Honolulu.
KAHDLUl Arrived Bept. 0:
Wm. T. Lowls, from Cardiff.
Tuesday Sept. 13.
SAN FHANCISCO-Sallod Sept.
p. m.: S. 8. Siberia, for Honolulu.
SAUNA CIIUZ Arrived Sept. 13: 8.
S. Mexican, from Hllo, Aug. 27.
SAL1NA CHUZ-Balled Sept. 11;, S.
8. Virginian, for San Franclr,co.
SEATTliE Sajled Sept. 12: , 8. 8.
' Hllonlan, for Honolulu.
(Continued from Rige 1)
the county committee. Music Is to
be on tap, and chairs will be fur
nished tho audience.
Tho meeting next Saturday will
practically launch the, county cam
paign, and from then on active work
will bo In progress steadily. The
two district committees are already
liuBlly engaged In preliminary skir
mishing, aud, plans for active organ
lallon of precinct workers were
talked over today.
IIlBh Sheriff William Henry Is
now chairman of tho Joint commit,
tee, nnd from present plans will con
tinue to head the. ranks of the U. O.
I's. Tho district committees havo
leen attending the meetings In un
enthusiastic manner, and - Chairman
A, L. C. Atkinson, who keeps a
watrliful eye oyer the entire situa
tion, viowa the coming campaign
A boy will get y nvorytbliig you
promise, him. grid ns much moro -as.
Whun a girl thinks she. Is begluiiiUg
to Iomi 11 mull too. much, nil sho h to
to Is to marry ilui.
Iluughtluosa U pint of hn, Ihlugs
lli.it donsti't puy giMid illvldyli'ls,
The unsleHl way In tuutugii u wife
Is her wuy.
A wmiiun will forgive u pmn l
imiHt unylliliiK ei;virp i.frrsMcn,
liu muu Is so busy f)m h hsiu't
ilinu tu inskM a ton mni.