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EVENINO PAJLLF.TIN, nONOLTJLII, T II. SATtmDAY. SEPT. 24. l!Mn
MONDAYt UlSi.. U ,,
WEDNESDAY V. I I
FRIDAY! . X
SATURDAY! 'HJJJJt. Ill
All visiting members of tut
Order re cordially Invited to
tlteud meeting! of local lodge
Meet OH the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M.
MARINE FKBINtEBS' ShA..'
fcHEFICIAL AVIATION, Station, cor.
JUHMONY LODOE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cTcry Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. P. Hall, Fort Street.
h. E. It. HBNDItY, Secretary.
w H. E. McCOY, Noble Orand.
"All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IQDQE, No. 1, K. of P.
' Meets every first and thlrdFrl-
tlay evening at 7:30 In K. ot F,"Hall,
corner Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
I VM. JONES, C. C.
' ' o. v. heine,"k, n. s.
HAWAIIAN THIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
" Meets-every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
"Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend,
r A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C.df.It. - -
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E,
It Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED-
ji NE3DAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock in k. or r. nau, coruor
Meretanla and Fort streets.
-r. Visiting Eagles are Invited to nt-
i H tend.
f h . w. it. riley. w. p.
'I ' " WM. 'C. McCOY, Sec.
I , ,
HONOLULU LODGE, 610. B. P. 0. E.
irrmnlnlii T.ndne No. GIG.- B..P,-0.
I Elks, meets In their ball. on'KIng
' J Btrest, near Fort, every Frhlny eve
i alng. Visiting Brothers are, cordially
I lnvited.to attend. .
f JA3. D. DOUOHERTY, E. R.
I GEO. T. KLUEOEL. Sec.
I'WM. MoKINLEY LODQE, NO. 8,
t' Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
hull, cor Fort and Reretanla. Visit
flug brothers cordially Invited to at-
I II. A. TAYbOn. C. O.
y n. a. jacodson. k. n,
' MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., Ltd,
L' (.V 1051 Fort Street
r"lTTH CIQAR---N0W Bo
IM. AGUN8T & CO. - Ajcenti
m( BXQAL SHOE CO.
RHDA. Sine and Bethel.
i ' ni sir Now at the
JHNI0N BARBEB SHOP.
Stai jntt arrived from the Ccut.
KM. VIEBBA Froprietor
Dcicloplng n ml
HnvtaJI a; .Smith
Sens 1'nrlo Co,
Chos. B. Frosdei
Company " '
tJjPhone 1371 122 Kinir St.
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of i hi1 world vxctpt iiiv nionev '
The letteis written In 1815 from II
iioluln til Mr parents follow
Wnhu, 13th Jnnuiry. 1815.
I cannot for Ret in lut jou know
how 1 have been 1 onlvcil hero In
"London" bark I harill) know what
Kwnliko, at the wharf. There wna
no demonstration of nny kind. Aft
er shaking handii with the kamanl
linn of llllo, McCnndless, Itynn and
Keawehaku dtnvp up to Mrs. Nawa'
Pietent nt Pnnvpntiftn
At 2 o'clock In the'nftornoon the
Democratic county convention of Ha
waii was held In thp Osorlo Hall, on
Front street About 10.", delegates
wero prevent M C.iudess was there
to Bay "Aldhn" to the delegates, with
whom he -hatted pleasnntlj. Other
man the usual exchanges of greet
ings, tho meeting lacked enthusiasm.
-At the night session McCnndless
wns present also. It was expected
then that he would he railed upon
to speak, hut. much to his surprise,
there was nothing doing During
the recess, hnwover, some of the del
egates from Kohala railed out to
"Ellwnl" (McCandless) for n speech,
but the presiding officer would not
allow any speech-making.
First Shot Fired.
On Thursduy morning McCnndless,
nccouipnnled by his lieutenants, went
over to Kalaoa, t'npalkou, the Demo
rrntlc stronghold, to address a, Ha
waiian audience. Tho party left
llllo at about 10:1.1 a. m. In an au
AVrlvlng at Kalaoa, the meeting
place, McCandless began to get busy
-with the uahlnes who had unexpect
edly come llinc. Jn order to attrnit
the attention oi"the neighbors, n
large. American flag was hqlsted on
the bamboo stick. A few minutes
afterwards the people began to rome,
and finally numbered about thirty-
nine In all, counting the kanes, wa.
hlnes and tho children.
In order to hear what McCandless in Ine Capitol this morning, having
had to tell them nbout certain de- left tho city )e"slerday afternoon to
tails of the homestead lnw, about; ho tho guest of Colonel Srhuypr of
four roadmen, who wore working tho Fifth Cavalry at LolMtua.
that morning, quit their work nndl Tho sailors of tho Matson liner Wll
came to tho meeting. This wasgrcat-lhelmlna, who wero arrested for break
ly appreciated by McCandless. He 'ng' quarantine, nro reporting dally to
thanked them for coming to hear! Assistant United States District Attor
him n,,,i rnmted ihem nil that. In nny Hnwllns Jn tho Judiciary build
the event of his election, he would
work for their best Interest,.
Hero ho sharply criticized Frear
end tho Hoard of iJiid Commission
ers for not granting the requests of,(loso iionBO Sm)t, & Co
.- 1- - ft... ..II. .. 11a ..mn.laa.1 . '
wie peupio in j-i"iiiwu. no i,,u,(.tau nnvo tneni,
tliem that if thefnovcrnnr nnd thel A j011ln' nnmP1 p stlckncy broke
Innd board will not do anything with his log )oslerdny by Jumping 'from
their application for homesteads In tie ,,cr nt n10 (j.cn'H Wnlklkl rosl
Kullamnno, I'epeckeo, then he would deuce. Tho lad wns taken to tho hoi
Instltuto a suit In ourt to compel pn-i (n n,0 nmbulnnro which had been
them to account for their actions,
His speech In Hawaiian wna ns
"Cadles, Children, Ocntlemen and
the Knmaalnas. Alohn oukou anul
loa. 1 havo como horn today to speak
to )ou about certain matters which
are, perhaps, not qulto clear to ou.
"Tho Ilepubllcan party rlnlniB that
It makes good laws; I mean good
land laws for you people. That Is
made laws to suit the Republicans,1
i tt.l. ilm -.!.! In 11 a
nut iuiis7.t. i Hn ...-
the ol'l lawi
ami not ror you. -Sucr .....-.,
the Governor ran and has the f ,
to glvo tho lands to tho voters, If hn
wants tq. Tho Jlepubllcnns will
come hero In tho future and tell ou
that thoy made good laws for you.
"The Republican Delegnto to Con
gress did not do anything for yon.
so fnr ns tho land laws aro concern
ed. "On this account I went to Wash
ington to speak to tho Houbo com
mittee on land matters In Hawaii
nel. They listened to my sugges
tions, somo of which wore subse.
quently put on the Congressional
Record." Here ho exhibited and read
from tho records.
"At Hint time the Republican Del
egate, who should have been there
In Washington, wns In Konn, sollclt-
. . .. It-la nnmn.l.n !!!
.ng u.-. .r --"' -
secretary. Mr """ "D at once, the terms giving tho purchus
work for him. I did not appear be. ,,, on 0lollr , ' .
the Senate committee. 'l no
House commltteo listened to my sug
gektlons and amendments which I of.
ferl'd In contradiction to the orig
inal bill, as drafted by tho Republi
can party, dovernor Fiear nnd t'
"Governor Fieur was there at the
lime, mil Ills views reguriuug mo
lund matters In Hawaii differed ma
terially from mine.
To show jou that the Republican
nnrtv does not represent the people
and the Hawaiian. It has not, und beloved Queen.
has knowingly negle-ted In Insert aj "Jn Jils report before tho commit
clause In Its platform for nn appro-' ee. which fortunately appears In the
prlntlon bj tho Federal government Congressional Record I hold In my
and Congreu fnr Queen Lllluokn-
la ill's claims of $250,000. In this
legaril, the iieinorraur party mm
. .. . .. ..I.I.... ... It
spcilicaiiy nuiiiH pruvisiuii iui u.
"You can see readily that ho lle
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet told by the Bulle
tin for a nickel is twice n'j Urge
at the tablet usually told for tlili
Ono Two Eight One
Autos, M fur hour, Lewis Stables.
Holhel Blntt Hark Stnnd I'liono
Try n cane of I'lupctnr It Is pure
Now Eastern millinery Just recolvod,
Money returned If not satisfied with
ptircli-tsus at Jordan's sn)p.
It goes without suylug that every'
thing Is Ilest at Tin- Kncoro "
If jour horso or dog la nick. A It
Itowat, n. V. 3 phone 2429.
The Anchor Saloon In now n curio
museum orlh Repine Don't forget.
fudge Cooper will call tho crlnilnnl
calendar In the Circuit Court Mniulav
The II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Is the only news
pacr giving prices In the bargain,
nt Jordan's sale
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
Treasurer Conkllng will soon pay
off "0i)00 ninio of the fire claims
bonds that hac been outstanding.
l'ay rash uu'l auk ror green stamps
They're free Call at th show rooms
and see what you get free for
For dlstlllad water, Illios Ioot
Heer and all olher popular drinks
It'.ng un Phone 2171. Consolidated
Ah 1-ct Knpaau. Is tho proud father
of twins, tho third pair the storks hate
brought to Kohala within n ear
Honolulu mm will be orj hard to
please If thej can't get shirts to suit
them nt Hllva s Toggery There Is a
lot of new Earle & Wilson shirts them.
Work Is piogrCHsIng on tho new
building of the Knflhl rrcclxlng Kit
Hon nnd thp station will soon bo thor
ought) equipped In overy particular
The I'nlted States secured two ad
dltlonal citizens this morning whrn
I William Hlgglns nnd O Johnson were
I given their naturalization piirri In
I tho Federal Court.
Mr Henr) Hind thumped his avoir
dupois quite hard on a Hnwl office la
mil floor that had been recently ollcl,
ono day last week; but luckily crack'
cd un slats. Kohala Midget.
Governor Frenr was not nt his desk
When you buy a Hubbersct tooth
brush J on know )ou nro gelling some
thing that comes to you freo from
germs, Tho bristles cannot break
called up for by Dr Mncknll
An nged Hawaiian named Mnlno-
lua was taken to the police station
jesterdny for Investigation ns to his
sanity. He has been acting queer
lately, nnd jesterdny mado several
attempts to set fire to his home,
Mrs. S. L. Austin and Mrs. Harriet
Townsend nro oxpecled to nrrlvo In
the District this week from llllo, to
bo tho guests of Mr nnd Mrs. 11. C.
Austin for a time. They nro always
-'- "' ""'" -
. nr-v itrribiMe. .,i Pmtt.n ...iti
rac0 tomonow n,hV nt lh0 kal,nR
r,nk ((Ver ,, Vl,
,OIlnRIICtB ,,nvo doo
iivl'i ii iimiunyu in ii null.-. imiiii
oungstcrs hnvo ilouo somn hard
training In preparation for tho oveut
nnd n big crowd, will, doubtless, l oil
up to tli? rink If tho rain only hohU
The ntzpatrlrk block, tho nnp-stnry
structure on the rornor of Kort nnd
Hotel streets, wns hold at auction this
morning to tho Hawaiian Iialhistlug
Company, by Jns. W. Smithies, of the
offlco of J W Prntt. Thowriictiiro
II U to bo torn down
'., ,,.'"... ... ....";
quiring tho removal by October 20
The corner Is owned by Jack Dow sett
Other bids who put In by the Lu
cas Ilros, nnd by nn ambitious Cli f-
ncso contractor. Tho Hawaiian Hal
lanlini; Company expects to complete
j tln work well within (ho tlmo sport-
A woman togrnls lior llrst gray
hair; n mun, Ills last.
publican party dcies not raro for our
hands, the tloverunr stated mat na
wnliaus aie not fit to levy luxes on
laiiiin, tir, in rrni. um iuitoih,
I l.nltiilln.. . mi lliii lliiiiiiilliitia 'I
ninuiiiuB u, i u ,..
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Our New Phono
( City Transfer Co.
i- - -
' lloblnson holding that ncllon could be
. ,', , , ,. I brought only ngalnst tho ndinlulstrn-
prosendi.n.faeRv1deL'that,,"o';t ,'h- "" "" ",,rh n
the rerognlzed Democratic leadersonj" ' w
Hawaii will stand on the .downing conncetlo ,, .Mril mUtWay ,n
and see whether Kenwehaku nnd Kn- comlcctlnll ,, f nltntt.
iiiuu inn curry .tic.nuuii-KB m vic
tor). When McCnndless arrived at llllo
last Wednesday morning, ho wns re
eelved by the Hlloltes, bended by
I should write about ns I do not know
whether )ou have received my lettPrn
which I have written jnu. I am, Clod
be praised. In good liMilth nnd wish
hat I might bo nblo to hear tho saino
from ou. I am here as male In n
Hanoverian vessel "Kronprlssen,"
Capt Ilngcmann I signed on foi a
trip In California, but I left tho other
vessel as I was slrk I lived there for
eleven months. I was for six month
manager oft n landed estate. I was
on board for Ihreo months. I had 110
barrels of spcim oil nnd had been nut
for cghtccn months Havo altogether
19-.0 barrels whnle oil, 1900 lbs of
whnlo bohb. 1 do not know whether
1 mil going northwest as the rsptnln
sajs that 1 am not to leave. In cam.'
I leave the vessel It Is osslblo Hint 1
am going on another voyage. I hope
we ran (111 up. We lack nliont 2300
barrels. Wo. hnve sonic of the best
whaling men. We arc 42 hands nil
told. Wo arrived hero on thp Cth nnd
arc going to'stn here a month, after
wards lenvo for America. 1 mn boat
steeror. I wish to hear from jou liut!eil at 12 East 13th Street, hut that
It Is no use to write ns I cannot tell
where to address me Of news I havo
nnno to tell. Thore Is a Ilelglnu hrlg
bore which nrrlved hero from Colum
bia ns sho has lost her sails and brok
en her masts and spars; Is going sail
ing from hero to Manila. Tho captain
nnd tho nlntu are Danish. Tho captain
halls from Wlbtirg nnd tho mato be
longs to SorKj'nhlng. I do np,t think It
is any, use to wrltq nny more nnd If
opportunity offers I ,wlli -wrlto jou
again. 1 nsk(ynu to remember me to
all my sisters niiil'hrot)iors and all
my gooil friends In insa they have not
forgotten 'm'e.' '" '-'
I reiinln, your dullfni son.
(Sgd.) 0. w. ii. rminsn.v.
Honolulu. Wnhn, October 10, 1815,
Dear Parents: '
Today I havo nn npnrtunlty to let
you know that I nm jot allvV and, Ood
bo praised. In good health nnd should
wish to henr tho samo from ou ns 1
heard nothing from jou since I wns
In I-oiidon. nm keeping n lodging
house tho snmn as last tlmo 1 wrote
joil. I hopo that jou havo received
some of my leltprs which I havo writ
ton to jou by vessels sailing for home
I should wish that jou would wrlto
mo by first opportunity ns I nm long
Ing very much to hear from all of you.
Thero was a Danish whaling ship hero
In September by tho name of "No
ton," tho mate bolonged to Alsoe, but
I had at tho samo tlmo a small schoon
or on another Island about 180 English
mllos from Onliu. Thp raptnln hnd a
llttlo trouble with him; ho was full
tho whnlo tlmo so 1 had to go up and
bring tho schooner to town down to
Honolulu mj'si'lf When 1 rnmo bark
he hod left ho I had no opimrtunlty
to wrlto but will wrlto now bv ship
from Rremon which I am nrquilnted
with and I should llko to come homo
If I hnd money enough so that I could
llvo In comfort. To como homo and
start over again I havo nn deslrn at
all. I am doing fairly well hern. I
havo at present 25 In tho lodging
house nnd I hnvo n Dano nnd Norwe
gian here. I do not know whether It
Is nny uso to wrlto nny mnro thin
time. There nro nt present somo thir
ty whalers nnd ships hero nnd thrco
nil ships nnd n Swedish Hrlg named
"Hull." I do not know nnv mnro thlB
time, hut I wish jou all success anl
prospeilty nnd Rod's blessings rest
wllh jnu nil nnd glvo jou honllh nnd
success In jour nndPrlnklngs In jour
old ngo. I will also nt this tlmo con
fess that I barn had nn real happiness
since I left home. Thero nro very
fpw whites here nnd thero Is not murll
rompnnj when tho vosscls aro nil
awnv In rnso I get I Ii oil of remain
Ing hern I nm going to tho Spanish
coast again I wish jou would wrlto
me nt tho vory llrst oportnnItj It
would plenso mo very much to henr
from jou all. My greollugs to nil good
friends In rnso they hnvo not forgot
ten me. Heine Marten Jcpseu nnd nil
pietty girls und my vory friendliest
greetings mnnj thousand times from
jour faithful son,
(SEd ) OOTTHILr CHRISTENSHN.
I 8 When jou wrifo address tho
letter to Samuel Norils for that Is my
nnmo hero and nddress tho letter to
Mr Orlmes Island of Oahu City of
Honolulu am longing morn to spo
vim than you do to see ine Do not
forget to wilto Samuel Norils for I
,uVl) lm, ll(, (,uier iiaino Binro i iiii
.. i Lli .. .. 1 1 1. 1 - I
nonin biiu i am Known, nu over, uy iiimi
name. ' '
Number Will Hn
(Jas. II. Love)
Ho gao his ranch of 180,000 acres
nway to Chlrlps Maromlipr Just beforo
his death and soon afleiwnrd null was
brought by Emlllo D'Heiblay for set
ling aside the dred on a claim she
had of (32,000 on two promissory
notes. This ucllon wns dismissed In
tho clicult court this week, Jii'lg.t
In the late sixties Emlllc L. D'Hor
blay kept n lodging house nt 12 East
13th-Street. New York. Samiiel Nor
rls who wns ono of her boarders had
n claim ngalnst the (Internment for
cnttlo furnished through an Indian
agent In California and Mrs, D'Her
blay used to advimco him money to
prorecuto thls'clalm. Thcro Is a let'
ter on file from Norrls In 'Washington
"If voir want to see mo again send
me Twenty Dollars." In 170 Mrs.
D'Herblay sued Norrls In New York
for this money and had him arrested
apparently ns an nlMcondlug debtor.
She got Judgment on October S, 1870
for a llttlo over J500 00. This 'Judg
ment remained uncollected for nearly
twenty years, Norrls being thfn In Hn
wall. In 1890 Mrs, D'Horblay sent
the Judgment nut to Paul Neumann, to
bilng suit upon. Suit was brought
September Sth, 1890 Just one month
prior to tho expiration of twenty
years When Norrls first heard of
the suit he filed affidavits stating that
he believed Mrs. D'Herblny was dead
anil Hint someone van fraudulently
Impersonating her together with re
ports from Plnkerton's agency stating
that no such person ns D'Herblny llv
that bouse wns n hiuso of bad reputa
Hon Upon iheso affidavits he got n
postponement of tho case In May and
Juno, 1891. went In New York He
went directly to tho nddress given,
called for Mrs. D'Herblny nnd offered
to rompinmlsp tho claim saying that
ho would rather pay her than tho law
yrrs nut In Honolulu. Mrs. D'Herblny
was clever .enough to get him commit
ted ns to lier Identity nnd then sub
IHienn him nnd tako his statement In
which ho wns obliged to ndmlt her
identity very completely.
In nil Norrls' statements ho refers
very bitterly to his arrest In Now York
In 1870 nnd his dcslro to esrapo paj--
ment of tho claim berauso of this In
justice. Mrs. D'llPrblay, after falsp
affidavits filed by Norrls. Is equally
bitter In her remarks nbout him.
Norrls returned to Hawaii and nil-
vritlscd his valuable ranch fnr sale
whereupon Pnul Neumann brought
proceedings In hnvo him declared n
bankrupt nnd seized tho ranch bill
those proceedings worn afterwards
dismissed. Thi'roupon Norrls, sued
Mis D'Herblay for Instituting bank
ruptcy proceedings nnd also brought
suit iixm the bankrupt bond. Mrs.
D'Herblay suit against Norrls result
ed In a Judgment for upward of til.-
ono 00 The two counter suits of Nor
rls vs. D'Herblny wero tried In July
1892. In tho action for malicious pro
secution Nnrrls fnlled to recover Mint
got n verdict for $1300 In tho nctloh on
Nnu Is tried for two years moro to
oscaro. pajment nn tho Judgment
against him, but execution was finally
levied and Knhiikii Ranch advertised
for sain. On the very day of tho salo
Nnirts appeared wllh a check In full
and paid tho Judgment.
May Get More Instruction. , ,
Thero Is so'mo hope that Capt. Koes.
ter, of tho Fifth Cavalry, who has
taken much lutciest In tho ramp and
III tho Instruction theio. will continue
from time to tlmo (o glvo (ho gunrds
men somo pointers, Tho Terrltoilal
officers aro anxious that ho should do
Tho necessity for n new aimory has"
been brought strongly before the
guuidsmeii dining tho Instruction.
week Col, Zleglcr stated this morn
ing that from now on a determined
effort will bo made to keep tho arm
ory pot boiling nnd got an appropria
tion for tho piirisiso.
Col Dullard will lenvo Honolulu by
tho next tianspoit for Sail Fianclscn
about tho 111 st week In October, lbi
will mnko n trip to llllo soon, with
u stop ut Walluku, and n visit to tho
Volcano ns his objective. On tho
Coast he Is to r Join his regiment
the Eighth liifantiy, at Monterey
On Monday night tho national giurd
will glvo u smoker In honor of Col,
Riilhiid und tho Port Shatter officers
who usslsliil him in tho Instruction
wink. Tho smoker Is to bo ut The
)!( hooks of all Boris ledgers
. . . .9 .'
eC manufactured by the Uulletlll
ADDITIONAL, 8HIPPINQ, ON PAQE CIQHT. '
nrirflfX VillIO fMii 1 '
KhPI HI .fl N H2?
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WA1I.UKUJ Malil, Sept. 23. Th-'
Republican Convention of Maul Coun
ty will meet at tho Walluku Town
Hall next Wednesday morning tho
2Sth to select n ticket. In every ham
let and village In this county there
exlrt factions nnd cliques fashioned
nfter genuine American politics.
On Molokal a majority of the friends
of Mr O C. Cooko aro anxious to see
him In the II on so, but nt the samo
time tho Republicans do not want to
sidetrack Hon, Joel Nakalekn. one of
tho stnimchest nnd most faithful of
tho Republican members of 'the Low
er House during tho vast threo sea
Joseph Cockctt of Walluku Is bolng
urged by party leaders to run, but
the electorate nnd the delegnics nro
holding back their decision until next
Wednesday. Walluku have others to
place In tho nomination nnd convf ntlou
may be asked to settle this matter
for Walluku. Mr. E. Walaholo la an
other strong candldato to be pitted
ngalnst Makekau for tho House from
Lnhatnn, nnd powerful Influences' nro
backing him Walaholo' would be n
most valuable acquisition In the
House There Is another .-wpular
joung man being urged to run to
represent tho progressive Portuguese
element, but ho hasn't as jet decided
to run: In case ho docs, Mr. Oomes
will stay out for the snko of harmony,
Thero Is a possibility that Judge
Oopp may dofent Supervisor Pogue
In the convention,
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tons of Oriental cargo, , slxty-'bix
cabin, four sccond-cabln nnd '183
At C:30 this morning the Asia
was off port waiting tor the quaran
tine doctors to board her, and of 7
o'clock quarantine and customs offi
cials went over the side.
Owing to the large number of
steerage passengers on board, the
medical Inspection took more than
nu hour, and (hen there were some
Filipinos arid Hindus for this port
who had to be looked after a second
'One Filipino vvaa BuspoUed of hav.
ine Plague, and a blood test wns
deemed necessary, so that the appa
ratus for this test was sent ashore
for while tho Asia worked back and
forth along the reef nnd abtn pas
sengers lined the upper rati and
looked longingly to the green shori
Inside the blue waters and break
Ine crests of rollers along the reef.
After the test of blood was com.
pleted the medical men gnve the Asia
n clean bill of health, with no re
strictions, and then her nose was
turned shoreward In time to bc'glh
working- cargo at the dock before the
noon 'whistle sounded ashore. ' '
The trip of the" Asia from the Ori
ent' was without Incident, not even
tho nsual difference 'of opinion be
tween the Hindus nnd Filipinos In
tho steerngo cniislng any unpleasant.
iiess ruch as to need the Intervene
Hon of tho fire hoso and ship's of
This Is trio first trip of the Asia,
eald' Chief' Officer John Hill tills
morning, when there' hns" not been
such a scrap between tho Uncleached
nrltnns nnd the Little Drown moth
ers ns to necessitate Intervention of
force on the part of 'the office of
tho ship. These little seances of tin!
pleasantness ' generally 'have taken
place Mn tho 'early' morning hours,
calling at least some of the officers
from' their quiet blinks to attend to
Of the slx(y-elx cabin passengers
on board the Asia. Ihere Is nonerqf
particular note, the crowd on board
being a congenial one picked up from
every Oriental port, and many of the
Interior cities of China and Japan
are represented on the passenger list.
There have been no accidents to
the staff of the ship on the present
trip to the. Orient, the samo men com.
Ing hack as went out In her. It wub
not until three nights ago that the
ship gdt nnws 'bj'wlroleBs of the
death ' lu California recently nf ,ths
former purspr of the Asia, Charlie
Captain Riley early had a large
gang nf stevedores on hand to take
charge of the Cargo of the Asia, and
us noon as the ship made faBt'to the
dock the men Bwarmed on board Id
onimenre their work.
It will take fast 'work to get the
ship away hefoie nightfall, but, bar
ring areldenlB, this Is expected, slid
the Asia .will probably sail for San
Francisco by 7 o'clock this vvenlni.
Sat unlay Sept. 24. .
S. S. -Manna Kea, fiom Hawaii and
Maul, ports, n, m.
8, 3, Asia, from Oriental ports, a
Per P. M.-B. Asia, Bopt. H, from
Oriental ports O. Atkln, ,.Mra.' q.
Hechf; E. O. lielnboff, Mrs. K.1 O. Deln
hoft and Infant, Mrs. E'. IT. Dlaisdell
and Infant, Miss O. tliaisdellj Mlss E.
Hlalsde.ll' Master E. Dlaisdell,' It. q.
tlrown. Mrs. H. O. JllWn'Fong and
sorvant, F. L. Frank, Oeo. A. Oranfi
II. Illkldo. p. L. Jones, Mrs, 'P. 'U
Jones"(U)d infant, MIss'C. Knight," Mas
ter W, 'Knight. Mrs. K. Konake. Mr
T. Kawamoto, ().- E' l-arrson, Miss' p.
Mannla',- J. N. McCall, Mrs. M. Xfa
nlinp.' Mrs. W. O. Pan W. P. Pan. Mia
W. Pau, W. W. Pelllng, iW Qua!,
Mrs. Ue 8hee, Mrs- Ngan Shee.'Chln
Illn Wan, Loe Ylck, ,Mrs. L'ee Ylck'.
Lai Koch Yow, K, Aniamofo'Lee FOfi',
Young Chung Foo, T.Furuahp. Mrs.
Fiirii6ho( E. V, Hanson, Mrs.-K.-IU
ra, Mrs. E. Ihial. ir. A. E. Jdohno, Mrs
M. Kawashima, Miss X Kawasnlnu,
Master II.KawasrdmB, T. Kurats, Mrs
T. Kurafa, Chas lebcr, Mrs.' K.-Mat'
sunaful, 'nfant an dscrvant, Airs. n.
riasamura, -Mrs !;. ju pocnon, j. a,
Nicholl, Low Wal 8am, P, Ttunnpadn,
Mrn. P. Thompson, K. Uyenn, Mrs.. It.
Yamada.'H. Yoshllko, Mrs-8. YOkota
Per S. 8. Manna Kea from Maul and
Hawaii norta. Sent, 24.- 8. Newman
and wife, Miss A. Cooper. Mrs "Wick-
sham. C. C. Ayer. C, sillier,' Mils A.
L. Miller. Miss M. Gardner, Miss E
Perry. Miss A. Callera, II. Cookroft
and wife. C. Turner, Mrs. C E. Wright,
Miss Alkon, T, A. numlngham, Mrs.
T. Kahaha and child; W, Hrlleen, Mrs
Woodward. A. D. Clark Jit.;. W A.
Drown. Ous 'Dcba, Miss Lucas, Dr.
Norgoard, George Akana, W. Sinclair,
II, C- Anderson, T. 3e Ryan II. M.
Harrison. W. T. Frost, E.,-Aklna, F.
Woods, J. H. Dagger), C. McCtan'a
han J. T. Tnyjor.1 II. 8. Wiggins. J. T.
McCrosscn; J. O. Young, Mlsa A-.
Johnson, Mrs. Kamapall, II, JL,tTaylor,
W. A. Ilalley, A. O. Dowstlt, Miasms
uiuu ana Airs. ncrman.
i t I, ii' ,i,'.i
-Tin:- PACIFIC Mall steamer Asia
arrived from the Orient early today
with n genera) 'cargo of 700 -tons ind
two , pas-tcnsera for thlj 'port. The
Asia will probably sail for 'the Coast
late this -sflArnoon. -j c -v
ARRIVALS THIS morning Included
tho Ma'una'Kca from Hawafl' and Maul
lioits from Which she arrived -st seven
o'clock bringing a large number of
passengers and genoYal cargo.
SlOAR AWAIT INO shipment at lll
lo reported by the Manna Kea this
morning: Wnlnaku. 9300; Hakalau
1200) Honokna, 3500; Punaluu, 1500,
and llonuaix), 4125 sacks.
THE DARK Damnark arrived t
San .Francisco yesterday according, to
cablirfntormattop received here Thi
vcsboI eft tJiU port on September 3,
bound for the coast'. ' '
- - - sy
VESSELS LOAD I NO today for In
teftsjalid 'ports 'Include1 trie 'Maubs,
Loa? vfhlch'U scheduled to sail for
Maul, Kona nnd Kau'on Tuesday next
a noon.' "" 1 ' '
THE NEXT dlfect sailing of the
Matson llne'frour Seattle for 'Hono
lulu ivllp be tbb Hyades, 'which is
scheduled to leave .the Sound' on Oc
tober 4.' ' " " .
YESTERDAY the arrivals at Ban
Francisco Included the T. K. K. liner
Chlyo Maru. ThtChlyo salltd.from
ttjls port on September .17.,
THE NIPPdrhfARUof theT.'K. K.
fleet; was hd 'a'r rival 'at Tokohama ye-tcrdaV-.-hdVln'
nailed from Honolulu
on September IT."' l
'- aa '-
THE AniZONAN'of the American
ScattlW Tho "vessel la bound direct
for' Honolulu. i
THE I1ARKENTINE 8. O. Wilder
has. arrived at'Mafiukona with 'a full
cargo -'from' Ban Francisco. "
NOTICE TO' MARINERS.
HAWAIIAN IRLANDS Maul Isl
and, N'Jy aide jtahulul Ifatbor Ka
hulul Ilreokwater Ught. OniBeptem
bcr 20 the characteristic of this light
was changed from fixed white to fix
ed red, without other change ,ln the
Church in Kahuul 173 1-2 deg. truo
(S by IJ 7-16 E mag )
Kabulul Froht "Range Light 185 dec.
true (S'7-1C E mag.) "' .' f
Chinch on 'Walluku Road, Vly
shorn of bay 288 dn, tnle (W1-2'E
mag) ' e i-
l II, 11, IJst of uoya, W., .12th
Miiudiatriet, 1909, ', 13.
Vi e n k I j II ull j.-K j ti Vtt jtkr.
Victor talk-Ink" maeh'ln records: utd
only two month's!' Ua-rgifnT Ad.
drew "Vlctor,"thU offlce.