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EVF.NWfJ liULLETIN. nONOLtTLTJ. T t! , FRIDAY. SEPT. 23, 1110.
'MONDAVI frfeilJ.j J
TUESDAYS, BS J . .,1
WEDNESDAY: J , .' .
THURSDAY! I Tl I
All vliltlng members ot t&
Order are cordially Invited to
tteod meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at X. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
uidiuc cueiutrarf jncmucu w
sninc tnoinxcno nther Ao.
llEHEFICIAL AIATIOR. cttion. cor
1IAHM0NY I0DOE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday opening at
7:30 in I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
R. II. HENDRY, Secretary,
jjl' II. U.tcCOY, Nobto Orand.
'AH visiting brotbera.very cordially
OAHO IODQE, No, 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl-
day evenliiK at 7)30 In K. of p. Hall,
corner Fort and Ueretanla. JVIaltlng
brothers cordially Invited to.attend.
WM. JONES, c. a--O.
F. HEINE. K. II. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1,1.0; B.M.
Meete every first and third Thura
daya ot each month at Knlgbta ot
Pytbtaa Hall. VJUltlngbrothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. I.. SARIN, Bachem.
1 " K. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of oach month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Ueretanla and Fort atreeta.
VIbUIdk Kugloa axe Invited Jo at
w, n. tuley, w. p.
i WM. C. McCOT, Soc.
HONOLULU LODQE, 810, B. P. 0. E
a"" Honolulu Tjndiio No. CIS. D. P. 0
. Blka, meets In their hall, on Kins
jkrfltrct, near Fort, every Friday eve
'. i nlng. Visiting nfothora aro cordially
- invited to attend.
jas. d. douohetity, e. n.
' I QEO. T. KLUEQEL. Sec.
" ,,, n o
jWJl, HCrUMUbl isjuuii, av, a,
k. or if.
''" Meets every 2nd.-and;4.th Saturday
"I evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
il Jlnll, cor. Fort and Heretanla. Visit-
lng brothers cordially Invited to at-
II. A. TAYLOR, O. C.
E. A. JACODSON. K. n. S.
g?fMAHUFACTURERS' BHQE CO., Ltd.
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JtL A. OUNST A CO. -
Tffli A T OTJAPO
tot .EjVXttJJ OXIVIQ
i&tWk XZaAL 8H0X CO.
., W- - .
Ilk ""T Chain Now at the
UNION BARBER SHOP
'NEW BARBER A competent man
has juit arrived from the cciut.
lM. VERBA Proprietor
Jlpieloplug ii ml
llawoll H Koutli
Hun Curio I'd.,
Y mi uk lltillilliig.
dhas. R. 'Frazior
Phone 1371 122 KittR St.
(Continued from Pace 1)
Aa V the lnl'T Itlnhil steamers,
thev will vii in it iiliiuwt mis tlillic tt
account ot their HkIiI drnft. arid, In
addition, llulr mantels Know about'
every foot ot bottom n rim ml the Is
Willi the larger vouch mailing the
ports there Is med of, morn aecurntfl
liiforiuntlon, not especially (or the
harbors, which are fulrlv well chart
ed nt present fur nil ordinary pur
jioses, lint for the mints of tbk Is
lands where n sunnier drawing many
feet ut water Is likely to strlko some
bidden reef, ns did one of the Amer-
Ican-llnwnllan steamers oft Mololjal
a year or two ago
KxhatiKthe tbirts will he made
from the elnlior.ite soundings to lie
taken li tho sune part, and by
the time the whole area around the
Island coasts has been roxered there
will be nuili birts nxnllnllle as will
Kle any mariner the best of Infor
mation as to dangeroit spots under
This work Is being done by coop
oration of the Federal and Territo
rial governments nt n roKt ot $10,i
000 niimialh the federal gnern
ment fitrnUhes the tivlinluil men fifr
the wmk ns its share of the $10,000
and the Jo ul gnvernmcut puts Up Itn
$5000 III equlpiient nnd general run
nlng chioiibc monct
(Continued from Pane 1)
most of us favor ns a whole " satd Mr
llerndl this niQiulnB , "However, n
glanco nt thn proiHnn"Tibows tint
It should not lie carrlrd-lnlo law To
compel tho registration if"paiors In
each county would menu tint business
men In this city where tho groat ma
Jorlty of business for the- other El
ands In transacted, would bo delayed
for two or thrco day a at least In tho
tiling nt Imtiortnnt papers rionldca
that, tho registration Iir incompetent
clerks would be certain to result In
bnd faullB In tho Instruments Ihem
selves and the ulllmnto loss might bo
"This plank went through before
wo realized It It has been up several
times before, but this tlmo It Is serl
ous. No business man likes to ask
nno of tho party legislntho candidate"!
If elected, to break Iris plolge and ro
fuse to carry nut this provision of
tho platform, but this Is an exception
"Tho Merchants' Association will
certainly tnkq united nnd vlunroun nc
lion nt It Is prolublo that It will como
up nt tho next meotlug Wo want a
clear understanding of tho ciso"
SETS RUMOR AT REST
WilTNot Resign His Official
Duties to Enter Law
Ocorgo n McClellnn, secretary to
Delegate Kuhlo, will continue in the
same capacity for another Jenr Ho
ports that he w(l resign his olllclal
duties und enter upon nctlvo taw
practice either in the Islnnds or
Washington wcro set nt rent this
morning, when Mr McClellnn stated
that lie would return to Wnshlngton
on October 12 to tako up bis work be
fore Congress As a matter ot fact.
this had been settled upon before ho
came to Honolulu on the Sierra.
SON-OF C. CHOCK T0N&
IS MINING ENGINEER
Tse Took Kal, son of C, Chock
Tong of Wing Wo Tnl Co , In tills
city, nrrlvcd by the Siberia for a
visit with his pircnts. Tso Tsok
Kai has Just completed a course in
mining engineering nt tho Massachu
setts Institute of Technology, where
ho graduated with tho degrees of
II, S and MS Ho will leave on
October 8 for the States, where bo
will ongago In practical work In the
mines, and he eventually plans to re
turn to China and Join tho forces
thai are at work developing that
great empire. Preylous to bis de
pnrtitrn the Cliincfco Students' All!
alien will givo n reception In his
Tim following wlrt'lesi message has
been roeolved by tho Agents from tlin
S fl Sierra.
S 8. Slorra at Sc.i, 8 p. m Septem
ber 22 1010. 107 miles from llonn
lulu. Frohli Easterly winds, Moderate
Mia. Weather clear. lUrometer 3AM8
Air 71 All well
2185 rilllnrliil rooms .2250
IihhIik hh ofllre, 'I lime lire Hie li'lc
phone numbers of the II u 1 1 r 1 1 n.
11 erklr JIulletlu (1 prr jenr.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The, tablet lold bv the Bulle.
tin for n nickel Ii twice at large
bi the tablet usually told for' Dili
Autos, tl prr hour, Lewis Stables.
Ilethul Street Hark Stand Pliqne
Von Easlurn millinery lust reciflved.
tMts, TJlcVtraon I
It moot without) saying that every-,
thing Is Ilest at The Encore.
Thd Anchor Saloon is now a 'curio
mhsiilhi worth si titng Don't forni.'t.
lit! tho cnte of lloiudulu Phnlnii Mill
Co vs J C Coliert liu'dRinent has been
rundtred for $2S2. i
Tho HomI Dinelm; Academy, will
Rlr the ngiilnr ilntice In the Odd
Fellows' Hall tonight
Thero were thrto casis on the po
llco court calendar this morning and
Jiidgo Andrade only sal for a few mln
William Sllva, who assaulted hlr
father-In law yesterdny afternoon, was
fined ten plunks by Judge Audrade
this morning nt the police court
Jllss Popiiic do la Mux who wan
opeiated tin for npx ndlcltla nt tho
uuecn'8 nyspttal yesterday la irp.iHi
ing strenglli ,atid there Is every hum.
pect Of a rapid tOMvrry
The sqllors from the Wllhelmlna
who lnvdlie"i mi (jiurantlno lilnnd
plnJ6il bijebali pveryulay Thev stnl'
cd this tifjrii'lntr thai tfcey could Viaslly
do A ye.it In tlit sumo wni f
Host Afclijof. tho Until do As4h, re
ports that bmiiiusi hin beiilbrlik
lately j during itho ruli cirly l;i tho
WW.H, Miuni wro over nnn'iy guests nt
the hotel biI, nt piescnt, tirU nrp
only etgiity n,ve,'
John Kb" iliv,,wlio baa been n team
stei nt I'uunenc for several years, I6fl
the Queen's Hospital tixlny where lie
has been recovering fiom mi opora
Hon succPFsfiilly iierformei) by I)r
Jndd. Mr Eberly will leave for Pun
ncno on tho Clnudlne
The Inquest Into tho denth of Ka
kajl Kubo who died from tho cffOLts
of injiirlos recilved while discharging
coal from tho steamer Selsdon result
n In a verdict of accidental death
brought nbont by the carelessness of
tho dead man hlinrclf
(Continued from Pace 1)
keep up Inteiest, and to this end will
.bold n Inau this ovcnlng nt six o'clock.
Itoni the Ipail the Manna contingent
will bo convey c to the Anla pirk
meeting in special cars. Thn loan Is
not nltoRi'thor' for tlifi purposes (if oit
ing. Tlie Mano.-i section Inteitits to
organlzo n united front for Itepnlill
cnnlsm nnd lll try to pull every voto
In that part of thu city.
Down In Wnlalua tho politicians aro
prcpnilug an nll-dty limn, n sort of
got together, ratification meeting, nnd
somo nt tho city politicians will proln
nbly go to Wnlalua to' help tho good
Tho Aala Park meeting tonight
should bo a hummer All the speak
ers ato primed full ot campaign pow
der and Intend to open tho campaign
with plenty of flro nnd onergy Music
will lio furnished nnd chairs provided
for the accommodation of siicctatora
(Continued from Pace 1)
attention of the United States offi
cials, tho theory boing that a lull
probably coin posed of n number ot
well-to-do Chinese wnB rcs'diyislble
for the bringing of the opium Into
Yong Chin waB before United
States Commissioner Judd this morn
ing and his bond was fixed In the
bum of ?2000.
PAYING UP OLD DEDT
ELIZAllimi, N J., Sept 10
"Ilusliicss looking up, said Hubert J
Mitchell today when ho opened an
envelope postmarked Chattanooga
Tnnn, and fished put n $2 bill, Kety
week for months put Mitchell Iiia re
ceived Jl from somo southern city
and never an explanation, Today
camo tlio solution of tho mystery.
Daniel Ollura. who says Iih Is "Jlaltl-
moro Dan' among tramps wrnfo that
bo was pnylug back loans bo 'bud re
ceived from Mitchell, one time when
hn Dan, went broke in Elizabeth.
"I Mill owo you several Micks, but
I'm golui; to tnaka good," concluded
tho Ipibo "Vim wem hipnrit tn jno
nnd I'm going lo be squaro to you"
Wllti:i.i:HH I IIOM tho Sierra last
nlglil was tu the t fleet that tho tdilp
wanG07 miles fiom Honolulu trnvuljng
lliiniigli lino wialher and u smooth
sin wllli nil will on liouid
The I.ipliiiiders are the Bluntest
pinplo in thu world;"1 tlio'I'utagoiilmni
Our New Phone
City Transfer Co.
v , ABOUT CRIPPEN
Witness Declnres thai Dxliiblts
rend to .Identify body
, t Foujid,
LONDON,.. Sppt 8. At the re
sumption today of the trial of Dr.
Ilnwley II. Crlppui anil Ethel Clare
l.eiicve, for the murder ot the far
mer's wife, Pubile.Proiccutiir Hum
phrey g Introduced evidence to prove
Hint the parts ot the tnutllnted body
found In tho Urlppcn homo oncu
formed n part of the person of llelle
Elmore, tho missing wife.
The first witness called was Mrs.
Adelaide Harrison whose in quaint
anco with llelle Elmore bad extend
ed over n period of twelve years
Mrs. HarilEon Was asked to examine
strnnda of'hal fouiid when the ills
memberod body was uuciveted and
she swore that, she recogulze.il tho
exhibit ns similar to Hint worn by
' ,Aktor)i bit of feuijiitnc (iil((ervvcar,
hlxo discovered b) Hie renrrbers in
the et-llar, wiis next lntrodiKcd.r nnd
the witness 'de Hired' that shb bail
seen Hello, 4lmore clothtd In' under
garments iititv like texture.' Tcstlr
inony'had Ueen offered before show
ing that the lower p-lrt rf thr- body
Lore n sear, the result of nil opera
Hon Mrs, Harrison testilted Hint
she had seen n similar sear on the
bndv of her friend
Tho accused were seated In the
dock within whispering distance nnd
thu doctoc took advantage to speak
to Hie' tflrl. Jllss l.encvo presented
a wobegiinn appearance nnd did not
reepi anxious lo converso Crlppen
td whom his spectacles had been re
turned for the flrft tlmo since liU
nmfst, ipcareil,"iis thn Crlppen of
cftrly-phoUiftrupb. He spoko to tl o
fWio plnlma that he sold Jifos In, a I
16iiijifi)d.JtO Orjppch.'.jTIin Wit;
Jiy hhtjff jthat ilieplotor pur-
chased five grains of tho drug on
miliary 19, explaining that lid re
quired thn pnlpiiu for use In hoineo
As Is required o( purchasers' tit
poison, lie slgiied thn registry hook
of the store, making thlsltiscrlp
Hon: ".Munyon'i, per II. II. Crlppon."
Inspector Dqw, who arrested tho
fugitives nnd btoiight them back
fiom Quebec, reentered the witness
box this morning and read n lengthy
statement slfmqd by Crlppon when
tlin pollco flrstfiisked hlinHb'mnke an
explanation ot bis disappearance
'1 he statement which Crlppen mado
to Inspeitor Dew concluded:
".My belief Is that my wife has
gone to Chicago to Join llruce Mill
ei.'i Solicitor Nowton drew out the
statement that throughout the ear
lier stages of tho Investigation of the
crime Crlppen appeared perfectly
cool and collected nnd wna courteous,
nffordlng the pollco every facility for
sealrhlug tho hniibe.
Dew InsUted that though portions
of the parts found wcro decomposed,
other bits of flesh remained quite
firm, and whim cut appeared fresh.
Some pieces had been petrified by
the action of the lime In wblth they
The trial waB adjourned to 'Sep
tember 14. '
Munyon Disclaims Purchase.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept, 8 Tho
testimony ot n London chemist In
tho Crlppen trial today. In which
the witness stated that Crlppon pur.
chased live grains of hyoscin on Jan
uary 19, for uso In homco'patlilc
preparations, and that Crlppon sign
ed "Munvon'H, por II It. Crlppen,"
in mo rneiniBi s registry uook, was
shown to J M. Mttnybu of this city,
by whom Crlppen had been om-i
Munyon stated that tho deadly poi
son was never used by him 'in his
preparations, nnd that Crlppen noven
put up any remedies for him.
He fotthor s.ild that Crlppen sev
ered ils loiinertlnn with the Mun
you Interests In Docember, 1909, I
M I 1
Tlio qiieHtbin or ilralnllig tho ,Ath
lellr Paik will coipo up nt tho meet
ing Inulglit Tho grounds aro so often
under water, that play is nt times Im
lioxullile, and Jbo Oiihu League olll-
rials want to know 'vhcn tlio matter
will bo attended lo.
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
l.XATIVR BROMO-QUININH, re.
moves tliu cause; Used tlio world over
liv euro a cold In one day. U. W,
(MOVE'S tqjuaturo uu each box. Mail
Hktf IIL'DICINU CO, Ulnt UuU U, II, A,
lrl anxiously , and r.hc, retilled In
nioiioajrlliWof, ,1 ,j
WlnliLMrsi Jlnrrlson leJt,jb,d stand
the pVostLiluoif cnllid llfo1 'chc-. 1st
Number Will He
(Jns. Hi Love)
IN A DIVORCE SUIT
Mrs. L n.inor M iflllk Anddr-
enn lllilninc nnprno n '
." . .- r .--"7'
WW, I WWIUIIIU WUI WW III
LOS ANOELES. Sept. 10,-
u . I:." , ,,u, I'.. n "
.,......., ,.i,ii,,.n,n ,1.11.,-ir.., i.
obtained n divorce, llttto "lletjiy
Tnnner. thn fnmfiim tiiitnnn orchid
..- ... .
millions upon millions in the strbng
boxes of New York, nnd ns tho qtily
heir to the llrynnt Park Studio bund
ing In which nte clustered tho Amer
ican masters ofart, and which also
shelters the famous Ilenux ArlsCnfc.
Hetty, who Is only five, Is being
reared here by chemlial formula and
pres rlptluu ro that she wlt live to
Inherit the Mlllbnnk fortune of J2T,,-
000.000 now In tho possession of ;bcr
, ,. ,,. ' , .'Li.,
B"".v, , ...ID. ..If, ,,111,1, ,,.,,-
bald Anderson, who was Mrs. Hl.za
belli Millbank, and only heir to J ere
beenme n divorcee waif despite Wh , , , ,ako , aw
tnlllfmi iti.fiti mllllntia In tint sfrnnir " '
mini. Mlliank. founder of llordcu a Wpi1nc,,lay w,, n 811Rar BhmPnt of
Condensed Milk Coiiipntiy. which Is c B00 toni, l0 lnilt of .,,, r0(lllcl t0
now tlin milk trust of the East .aml'tjo en fr()m ,ho Uanu8 ,y AmM
undor the doinlnntlnn of tho Stand- canHawallan Bteamers thfs yoar. This
uru uu. 4
Disacreed on Treatment.
The, Tnnncrs wero married In NW
York, April 7, lop-l,
It was foon after the birth!
llclty that the family ramo horeto
live, nnd Just how much the nntlnep
tic, germ proof life or the child K"1'
to do with the estrangement Is 'hot
stilted, although It Is known that'tho
tntliei did not approve of that way of
mm-1 m- n imin V
Hut Mrs. Tanner had her owtf,"1,ft wl, 'iavo hecn ne " o nuar
Ideas upon that subject. (lrandmn,anll"S ",n,.lon.L.?'.. l1?,lcal olclals, Tlie
Anderson bnd Intimated that If there
was no heir, her vast estate would
go to charity Therefore vveo Ilcttv
had to live to Inherit tho Millbank
millions It was even Intimated
that Tnnner was not, permitted to
klrs his own baby for fear he might
hnvo gorraa 911 his Ui'Sw '
They came hero on tho
nloiidaltoh IM itVLoslAtilH 'ftl mate
.Wnsf Ibi B-ifjrjd plarfo- ll lljej vrorld
to Mral baby', laiid. ivspociallyiliableg
hat, aro to inlicrlt vast wealth
rW. of Mansion J j l'
I Tlir2eaiilt wrisi (h jtj tic ma
Jtist 'Off Wlllsblro- ndulevard was
built around Hetty, nftor all th ml
crobes bad been exorcised frOn ,tt.e.
ground, n ml thq Dtlje.liolrcss e iter.
cd upon n life ot constant espionage
and mnlted milk under the eyi s of
nurses and attendants who were tho
"Thou shalt" and "Thou shalt 'not"
of the chemical formula.
It Is hinted that In this antiseptic
home Tnnner became dlslllimloiiAl
and later annoyed when almost
every action of his was criticized na
being a menaco to the sterilized at
mosphere. Now society Ib wondering whether
Hetty's nnmo also may not he
changed like her mother's to Ander
1011, or oven to the family name of
Hetty doesn't know row escape from death after bar
It The air In n poonlng n big whale in tho gulf of
courtroom is fur from nntlseptlc, and
Mntfin wouldn't think of taking
Hetty nutsldn her germ-proof (sur
roundings. Abraham Archibald Anderson. Hot.
ty'H grnndfather. Is the famous
American aitist and New York club-
CUT DOWN SIZE 0F45
Director Ralph of tho Printing
Bureau Is Advocating tlio
WASIIINOTON, Sept. l.-Dlrector
Joseph E, Italpb of tlio Iliirenu of En
graving nnd Printing thinks It would
savo Uuclo Sent about li,000fln0 u
year If 'alio 5 notes wcro about one
third tlio slzo ot thn present Issues
because' tlio bills would woar longer
and therefore would not have to1 bo
replaced so froquently
Ho has communicated with prnmln
out bankers nnd financiers through
out tho rouutry and If his suggestion
that tho notes bo mado smaller meets
with genual approval, tho change
will bo mado Immediately In tho rase
of gold and Bllver certificates and
Treasury notes '
Hut as tho plan cannot ho put into
operation with regard to hank notes
except through action by Congross It
Is belle veil that there is lit I to pinti
ability of financiers Indorsing tlio
plan now, Involving, ns it would, (ho
liiindllnir of two different slzfs of pa
Thn small sized paper nolo lias beep
tried and is now used In tlin Philip,
pines. It Is moro iniiveiileiitly htm-
illed nud weais better. 1
rii-fellow who stays up all lilgbt
iru 1 111,1 linn nun nuni-n up mill IIIIIIM
Tint lioiiso fly bci oiiies full u row 11
In uboul fou' weeks
ADDITIONAL 8HfpPINd ON PAGE EIOHT. , ,
t I '
..tr..ttf ,,,. .1.- ,,,':
10 Jie oroiigni. nsnore. ai present;
bis men are at work dismantling the
-,.,.. ..- . ...I n-. ,11
iB,,,i' l"r " H," "i"er uuura
'. .t. ,l m.I.,.1 m.i.I nfln. 1. 1 Im
i' iiiu lining luiuf, iiiiu uiiri nno in
completed tho hulk will be broken
up. For n tlmo Captain Miller salved
the roal cargo under n contract of CO
Ir rent, with the underwriters, but
--., ... ,., ,,. ,
ui.vim,,,, iiuuHlli iiiu I t'iiiiiiiiiiiA
cargo and hulk from them. Severn!
I llti.n. l.n hn. Iidii.i 4wn..lila.l .1,111.
times hn has been troubled with
night, and on nno occasion firearms
wore necessary to make the thieves
desist from their work at night, Itn
wallans have been taking tho coal
a8horo on an agreement of CO per
cent, of tho nmount so taken, and In
this way the1 greater part oP the
cargo Jina reached dry land, With
the Hnwallans tho raptaln says ho
li Mb tin it tin ( t-ntllila Vt A Ititvt Aan
,"', "",, , ' , 1 ' , B, T
being the ones who have tried to
steal the roal from the wretk.
tup rni irmi,M eniin.i tnm iiim
shipment on (he Columbian makes Ji
total of 275,000 tons taken by freight
era of the American-Hawaiian lino out
of n total expbri or about SOO.OOO tons,
All thu sugar taken by Uils lino has
goutjta tho'Eastorn VharkM byway Of
Sallnn Crur, thenco ncrnRS by rail1 and
again bv steamers of the same lino
up the Atlantic coast.
QUAIIANTINE ENDS today for the
iweniy seven men irom tlie wtinel-
men left the Wllholmlna whllo In this
port when tho vessel was In quaran
tine but thi.y claim that they did not
know this to be tho case One case
of smallpox was found on board at
Illio and when tho steamer arrived
at Honolulu no one was allowed
HIE I1A11K Alden nesso which sail
ed from Honolulu for Son Pedro1 ro1
cently was1 put In quarantine upon nr
rival nt tho Coast port. Tills IntiViia
Hon conies In n news Item from San
Pedro Tvhlch states that, because tho
bark was not fumigated before leaving
Honolulu she will have to discharge
her entire cargo on lighters In tho mi
or harbor and will not bo allowed In
SAH.INOS TODAY Incliido tho Olau,
dlno which gets nway nt fho (his hf
tcrnoon for Maul nnd Hawaii porta
with gcncrnl cargo and tho usual mint
her of passengers.
WHALE DRAGS A SEAMflrj
Slate Harpoons Leviathan) Hope
CnlchfOLrg; Jerked Overboard.
S"AN riMNCISCO. Sept 10 Wil
liam F. MacombeV, mnto ot tho whal-
Inir schooner tttitliX. wlin hml n nm.
Alaska, arrived yesterday on the
steamer Homer from Unnlaskn to re
ceive surgical treatment for his loft
J1 T... OA.t II . .mil..
I, K"'J", . . , ,0 ,T'
,""'1 - T5 'L1 ,BK " rJKhl
tho leviathan. Upon receiving tlie
hariwon tlie whale struck out at n
great' rate. Mucombor's' leg" becume
fust in n turn 011110 linn und he was
hauled overboard In nn instant, the
bont rapBlzlng at tho samo tlmo. To
the fait that the whulo'dld not go bo
low Mate Mncomber owes his life.
Tlin boat's crow succeeded In get
ting bnck Into tho boat, but It was
nearly twonty minutes before tho men
wero uble to reach Macomber.
"Tlio Lottltla made n catch or -42S
barrels ot oil and 4,7fC pounds or
bono; the latter being brought- here
In tho Homer The Lottltla remained
in Ilerlng sea It Is reportod that tlio
green c'row of tho schooner became
greatly-dlssatlstled early In the sea
son and threw thrco ot tho whule
guns and two or three harpoons over
board J J Lonergnn, nno of tlio owners of
tho Lettltla, and two members of the
crow who ure III nlso returned ns pas
sengers on the Homer.
CUT OFF HUSBAND'S EAR;
HE TALKED TOO MUCH
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. IlocaiiBe
her huslmnd tnlked too much, aB she
put It, Mis, Murtln Coon bIIcc'iI orf
bis right ear today with n razor,
"Yes, I cut off his car and I'm glad
of it," said tho woman when arrest-
ed "He talked too much and that
annoyed nie " Coon, who Is u ma-
1 lnu engineer, was r imbed to a hospl.
tul weak from the loss of blood, Ilia
wlfa was held 111 SK.00 lull. Hho Is
(JO. leitrS lit Bg
,BW"For Rent" eardi on sail it
v-.vii.m.-. aiii.ur.iv ui uie .iiiiierj rcr Btmr. w. O. Hall, September 22,
Salvage Company report that the, tor Kauai ports John aonsalvel, Pe
wnrl. of geUIng the cilal from tho ferSnvas, II. Jtohlg ltev, W, jAiilt,
vvre kod llelgn at Walklkl Is nenrlyhnng Song, Antono Savas, Johi Ad
completed and that not much remains erkuk, Mrs. L. Ilnmoku and bhtld.
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i-iuiitm uny, j, i,. uroCKCtl and ,M.
PA88ENOERB BOOKED f
Per Stmr. rtnilfllnn tiimnrrnwl R n
m. Cor Hawaii and Maul ports-JA. J.
MoLcod and wife, K. Kojuna, D. Po
aha, Julia Kamall and child, (J. II
Hock, It, II. Thompson, Mrs Harnden
and daughter. J, S. Foster, II, II. Sco
vel, A. LoulSBon, W Wilson, Mrs. D
D. Baldwin, Mrs. J. P. LIbsoiI and
IN FOREIGN 'PORTO
Friday, Sept 23. j
MAHUKONA Arrived Bept. 22:
IlUlne. S. O. Wilder", from San Fran
cisco. SAN FRANCISCO Arrived 8epL 23, 6
a .m : S S. Chlyo Maru, henca'Sept.
8AN FnANClSCO Arrived Sept. 23:
Ilk. Dnnrhark, hence Sept. 3.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Bept. 23:18. 8
NlpKin Maru, henco Befit.. 13.1
Thusday, 8ept. 22l
SEATTLE Sailed Script. 21: B. S Art-
zonan, for Honolulu,
JIILO Balled Bept.jiU SB ()olum-
blan, for Ballna Cruz. '
II1LO Arrived Hpl. 17: Schwllore-
alls, from Grays Harbor. n
I I iwl 1 --. '
UlilNOINa IN a cargo, thklfereat,-
or tiiitt of which consisted '0 9J00
bags ot sugar, tho Inter-Island steam
er Mauna Loa arrived this morning
from Hawaii and Maul ports. Other
cargo brought to port Included cof
fee, pineapples and bides, the en.
tire trip was through mooth sea and
fine weather. , ' ' r f W"
AT 1 OCLOClt this morning the
Japanese steamer Klyo Maru. arrived
off port from Hongkong via Japan
ports, and will He there until sailing
thlH nfternoon at S for South Amer
ica. The Klyo brought neither cargo
nor passengers for Honolulu, and
takes neither from this port.
ACCORD1NO TO latest advfoes the
stoahishlp Asia will bo off port early
tomorrow morning with 'general Orion
tal'cirgo. 'The Asia will come to Ala
kca wharf.' to discharge nnd will be
dispatched probablyos' oarly aB four
In the hrtenlooif for Sari Francisco.
. THREE VESSELS of tho American
Hawaiian lino 'will leave Seattle' for
Honolulu during tho month 6f October,
according to tho present schedule. Tho
Virginian sails frm tho Bound (Octo
ber 4, tbo'MexIcan October 10 and tho
Mlssourlan October 2S. 1
rilOM AN inspection trip: the
llgb.tb.01no tender Kukul, arrived Id
the harbor last evening after a pleai
ant trip. The Kukul visited points
on Maul, Molokal and Hawaii and
while at Illio those on board visited
STILL IN" BAD WAY
Y Undo, tho Japanese who was run
over by Flro Chlof Thurston's automo
bllo yesterday afternoon. la In aStvlnr
oondltlon at the Queen's hospital Thei
unfortunate jnau. was riding a Idcycla
at the tlmo of tho nccldont, and he
becuroo flurried .and -ran Into the ma
Hada was employed aa a collector
for a Jaiuneso ,paier, and Is -well
known aioumflown. Thero appears to
bo llttlo hope for hlaaife as, when he
fell to the ground, ho lost a tremen
dous nmount of blood which gushed
from his cars.
Dr. Ilodglns hoard of thch accident
and ot once rushed out of his ofllce to
tho nr-slstanco of the Injured man. it
was tho doctor who stopiied t,ha flow of
hlood and ollmbed In to the furniture
wagon which conveyed (ho Japanese
to Jho hospital Dr. Jlodglna ,knelt
alongside ot tho Injured man and saw
to 'It (hat no moro hlood was lost.
Chief Thurston Is much worrled'"ov.r
tho1 accident and, although ha knows It
was tho man's own fa'ult, he can't help
thinking of tho affair.
REAL ESTATE TEAKSACTIONl
Entersd for Record, 8pL 22nd, 1B10,
from 10:30 . m. to 4 p. m,
Ah Chew riros & Co ......f,,Cq I D
ICaiioluhl w) to James Palkal r
Atig ilanoberg by Atty to Mamie A
Scbuman ...1 ..i..i. .111
Wilder & Co Ltd lo Joe Andrade'.'.. n
Jon Andrado nnd wr to Albert II
luncioQ ,..,,....., , ,.,D
Albert II Tarlolon and wf to .loo
Antlrado ,.i,u ... .,.,$ ft., .m
Entersd'for Record, 8pt. 23rd, 1910,
from 9 a,'m,-toi10:30 a. m.
John Iltzgorald to Wm Kollluul'Jr
William Kolllniil Jr.Bml wi J0JIII0
iiiiik e jyun vsstt L,td ...',M
Mrs. Piialohua J'l 0 Mrs, Kuakanul
Kutuauoia I !.,!,, 11
WO Irwin and wf jolda TCwtlt.iiiu
Kulla II tjoiKOH aud ih to.IL.Wat-
rhouas Tr Co Ltd Tr &t
i 1 lUr iiTllJiiliUfiilllMriil