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EVENING UVILLETIN, HONOLTJLtJ. T. It.. MONDAY. SEPT. 2fi, 1910,
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. Weekly Calendar
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,. WEDNESDAY? I. 'L-' I
.THURSDAY! S. VU
lliinnlliiu third Degree.
All visiting members of tbt
Order ara cordially Invited to
Mend meeting! of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M.
- MARINE ENGINEERS' JE?'?.
KNEFICIAL AWIATIOH. elation, cor",
HAEMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7130 lu I. o. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
U3' H. B. McCOY. Noble Qrand.
'All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P,
Meets every first and third FrI-
Hay evening at 7:50 lrcKMLP.JIalI,
corner Fort Bad Ilerotanlav "visiting
brothers cordially muted --to attend.
i wm. jonbs.-s; cv
" OrV. HEINE,IC. n, B,.
HAWAIIAN THmEgo J,X5rR.lI;
.Meets every flrit and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Fythlns Hall. Visiting-brothers. oor!
dially Invited to attend.
. A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
' '" E. V. TODD, O. of n.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140; F, Q. E,
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NEHDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Ueretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
W. n. niLEY, W. P.
" WMi C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616,3. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 016, D. P. O.
Elks, meets In tholr hall, on King
Btrct. near Fort, every J!fW?y eve,"
jjlng. Visiting Dfothc"rs"o'r tof dially
Invited to. attend. ,.
, JAS. D. DOUallBtlTY; e. n;
GEO. T. KLUEOBL, Sec.
SVM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
K. ot r.
Meets everv 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and nerotanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
t'eiid. H. A. TAYLOrt, O. O.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. It. S.
MANUPACraHERS' SHOE CO., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
TIT CIGAIl NOW So
M. A. OUNST & CO. - Airentt
rH,u SEGAL SHOE CO. .
WMKi Xini and Bethel. 'S
Chairs Now at the
UNION BARBER SHOP
NEW BARBER A competent man
lias just arrived from the C;at.
M. VTERRA . Proprietor
Ilnvrnll k Sontli
Scuit Curio ('
Chas. R. Frazdor
Phone 1371 122 Kintr fit.
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Hewitt stale Unit tilt deed wai
drawn up liy llnrlels a nMghbnr of
Norrls. and Hint It was beautifully
executed. Hewitt nisi. stnliM that
when Norrls bIriiocI the deed ho mud
the following reply In tosponso In .t
"1 realized perfectly well what I wan
doing. My inlnil was Just ax clear us
It cvor was In my life. I could remeni.
ber back elglity yearn ago,"
In n letter to the .Minuter of For
eign Affairs, nil attorney of Copen
hagen traces Norrls1 career bb fol
low!: "To the Minister of Foreign Af
"I'lidcr date of the 2nd March.
1S22. according to the birth records,
was born. In Murstnl, Oottlillf Wll
liclui Decker Chrlktensen, who, lm
medlatel after his ccinflrmntlon,
went to tea ns n cabin buy. In 183S
he deserted from n Danish ship In
I.ondon. After some ears he en me
to America, from where his mother,
In 1846. recehed n leiier from him,
nttarhed as Exhibits C and I). In
Exhibit I) It will bo seen that his
name In America was Samuel Nor-
rig. Huth pureuts arc dead accord
ing to death register (Exhibit I), 1
and 2). lu Amerl ( he had, ac
cording to what one knows still, a
largo estate lu Sacramento, near Sail
Frnnclrco, and on Ilnwiill, and, ac
cording to general belief, Nbrrls, for
a period of cnrs, was a very rich
man uho has very large aroas of
land and an estnte. lu 18R8 he was
on n visit nt Aero, but In latter
times he lias .not been In the coun
try, but through .different returning
saljors to Murstnl lias the family
Tfolil. tlm to- tlrn heard about Nor
rls and his largojiortuues; also that
he was still unmarried. As the llv
Ing heirs In Mnfshal are for the
most part very poor, has the bank
director, Clauten.Jn Mnrstnl, on the
request of nn"hrtf, written to a firm
lu Sou .Krajiclu-jnamed Esclien &
Minor, who are both from Marstnl
and both personally- known, Eschen
even related with one named Clau
sen, and from this firm has, -Clausen
roceJve,d tho nccompaiiysng letter In
Exhibit E, from which It will hi seen
Ihatr torrls was In Ma. 1910, alive
and considered as a rlli nuuwf'
Another letter, showing the In
terest of the Danish government In
the Norrla case. Is as follows:
"Minister of Foreign An111 Dept
"Copenhagen, July 20, 1910,,.
"Samuel Norrls, Deceased.
"From Attorney II. P. Nielsen In
Marstnl the Minister or Foreign Af
fairs has received tho accompanying
Information of the 2Ut, wherein he
Informed tho .Minister of the facts
concerning the death In Wnlohlnu
P. O... Hawaii T. II., In the begln-
'nirig'of-tVils-'nionth of the dentil of
Samuel Norrls, alias Oottlillf WI1
helm Docker Clirlstciiseu. Accom
panying this arc Exhibits C, D, F,
O, II. I. Consequently wo request
tho consul to look into the matter In
the Interests of the heirs and to try
to take care that the boets status
does not recelvo any harm. How-
largo Is the estnte, who Is tho de
ceased's heir, tho value of tho es
tate, how much fees would bo uec
cssary? Ilequest nlro to get a pow
er of attorney from the Consul to
appear as the heirs' representative
and what other papers and proofs It
Is necessary should bo sent out from
the-helrs lu Denmark. It you could
Inquire whether or not the deceas
ed's property was correctly register
ed so that the status quo can he.
mnlnin Id nit ITmlaH Mm tlrttA lf t lift '
20th the following telegram was
" 'Estate S, Norrls Wnlohlnu so
cure status quo.'
"Whon the consul Is through with
all the papers kindly send them
"P, M. V.
"(Sgd.) n. KHAO."
(Continued from Page 2.)
from which was S23.f,SG,G3, III 1907
tho Incnmo was (019,000, Iho Incoma
being I27.C80. In the; year following
tho Investment was (G3C.5I0, tho in
enmn being 2k,507 In 1909 tho Invest
tiient or Die cMMo was $039,308.75. tha
Ineomo from which was J30.S5fi.17. For
1910 tho Investment was tCi9.J22.riQ
and tho Ineomo $33,197.24,
The figures quoted show Iho big In
crease In tho value of the estato's
Wading, a fuct that Is rontliiunlly
'lorna out by tho annual otcouuts of
stiver1) t-klMlcs thai luno Iicjii filed
liming ifi fmC t th past twelve
. N '
When tlio yellow Mrfli begins o
work nut uf snuie people they have 11
lit of Ibn I1I111. 1
Wniiii'ii limy romo nml wnll'ii limy
go, but 41 limn call ulwuys drpi-flil UP'
on liU inollier. ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Bulle
tin for a nickel is twice as large
as the tablet usually sold for this
One Two Eight One,
Autos, 14 nr hour, Lewis Btnblcs,
Try n case of Plnoctnr., It It pure.
New Eastorn millinery Just received.
It goes without Maying that every
thing Is Deal at The- Encore.
If your horse or dog In sick. A. It,
Ilownt. I). V. 3.. phone 212!).
Tho Anchor Snloon Is now n cnrlo
museum worth ceolng. Don't forget.
II yon want a good Job dono on nn
auto or carriage tuke It to llawnllnn
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
Pay cash and ask for green stamps
They're frco Call nt the show rooms
and see what you get frco for
The Japanese wrestlers had a great
time yesterday and they gave n char
ity benefit perfotmnnco at tho Anla
There wcro twenty cnr.os on tho pi
lice court cilendnr this morning but
most of them were for offcniei ngnlnst
tho gambling Inws.
The, Mutual Telephone Co. request
that overyeno timing trouble with n
telephone, whether their nivu'nr'ftniloj
nn? 'o', rcprtrt prompt! ; to "'ir
One of the crow of tho stelmer'Mn'ul
was brought In .to sirt (Ills morning
and wok takon to tho Quiien's hiHpltnl.
where It was found that lie was Biiffor
Insfrotn n broken leg. J , ,
ATherq was n cricket nintch at ,tho
Mnlilkl Ijroululs on Sntltrday nflerr
noon, lftid It Was won 1 tho Hono
lulu Cricket Club cMch, which de
feated tho callnra by n score of C
Tho Mutual Telophono Co rcqunt
that nil subscribers carefully examine,
the Temporary Directory, and report,
In writing, to tho offlco on Adnm-.
l.nne, nnyi errors In names or ad
dresses. Eleven Jnpnneso gamblers, who
were nrrostcd on Itlvcr street on Snt,-
unlay night, preferred In forfeit their
ball this morning nt the .police court:
tho County Is therefore ipany dollarp
richer, ns .tho amount, forfeited wnH
$10 per man.
Two booie fighters wore gathered Iri
on Saturday night and one of thorn
pn' j(p bill of Blx plunk4 He failed o
appear in court thbt morning and for
feited the price of many a nip, The
oilier grog punlsher was filled four
bucks and .coughed flip llkn n lamR"
Honokaa Goes -Down to
and 200 Shares Change
Tho stock market took nnothur
Hamilton plungo this morning, mid
llonoknu and Oahu in particular Buf
fered from the effects. The drop In
Honokaa was 0110 of the sharpest In
weeks, this security golnrf down ta It
flat, nt which point 200 shares
changed hands In blocks of 100 each
The Honokaa decline seems to be
steady, but the point reached th's
morning Is the lowest In' more than u
year. Oahu was on the tuboggun 11I30,
getting down to 304 from the iv.t
reported Bale at 31. Several small
blocks changed hands nt this price.
Ewn weukrned slightly, thlrty-llvC
shares going ut 32.37 J4, Two odd
lots of Mcllryde wero wold between
boards at p.r.O and lalor two moro
smalt blocks went ut r,.37'i, sorting
to empluisUo the general trend, Hu
wullan Pineapple got it small play nt
Tho condition of the market was
Blmllur to that of tho past week und
further dcclltus lire looked for, al
though llonoknu is hardly likely, it Is
saldto go below the present figure.
Tho Navy Department u ndverlUIn
for bids for dry dock pumping cqui.
moms nt Boveral of tho government
yards and stations, among thorn tho
nnval Btallon at Pearl Hnrbnr. Bealol
bids nro to be opened on October 22.
Plans nnd specifications may bo c
cured nimn application to tho local
NEW - TO-DAY
BEALED PIIOPOSAI.S, nuilarseil
"Proposals for Dry Dock Piiniplnn
I.'qiil;inients," will bo received nt tho
Iiiirenu of Yardf und Docks, N.ivy
Department, Wushlngtnii, until 11
o'clock ii. in,, October 22, 1910, und
then nnd there pub:iciy opened, for
dry dock pumping equipments nt
Navy Yards, Now York und Pugct
Hound, nml Nuvul Htuton, I'curl
Harbor. Plans and pecllliatlon,
rnu be obtained on application
IHr .turn. -WM. M SMI I I. A t-,,,,,,,, . R A ttll(, hM Jiul ,.lm,h ,
Aw. ""' '' 3', his work ut Iho school nf luslruclluii
.,, a . .. . . wll'',, w"8 l"'IJ f"r " w'"k ul l'""
4733 Kepi, 27,'Ott, 3, JBImller.
City Transfer Co.
WAS A SHRIEK
Lambasted Campbell and
Frear and Is a
(Fpfclnl Jin I in in CtrrcPiKin.Unce.)
HILO, Sept. 22. The Dcmocrnts
of Hawaii set forth, to build up a
platform will h would be n shriek.
The platform which was ndoptcd
by ;the Democratic, county enliven-
lloji lust VfMnMilny ,wji designed to
make Jhe ilotn) l)iaube sit up and
take police. The iidmlnl'trntlon tit
the Uiftl laws'wUroastcil to a crisp,
It I tiding. well.known fact that
whhoflt; Wll a , 'plank n iDetnocratf-
platform would bo deemed sorely In-
corporation Income, tax cl cstnut was
takeui out and polished with fresh
luster; Henry Ilapal got n lap for
not building his famous .Bldqwnlk
which Is not. nnd, Incidentally, tho
flnverilhv nil,! Mnrutrm f'nmtilinll pnl
- - "-
another whack in this connection by
wj- 01 goim measure. i lien j.iiik
was given a pat on the back, which
w.i nuiiii at ii-iisi pan. m ihb mi- uintrlct comt Judges nnd the grnd-tliouknml-ilollnr
contribution to tho . of ,., ii..,..,,. of i)118nei,li firms.
campaign fund, nnd tho precious
(locumeill wounil up gloriously Willi
a counneminimn oi inn worn uono ny
uio iremoornii memners 01 1110 conn -
Whether this meant Shlpman, who
has 1 been an apostlo of economy, or
Knljilwaa. who has beci) the oppo.
ttlfn U'uh Inft rni turn nnntlnh. AnV
rj . ,.,.. .,
howw,thc platform pledged the can-
diuaies to cQiilinue in ineir loot-
steps, and as the two present nnd
only, Democratic, member or tho ,,,,,, w, n o0(1 ,,, of Bat,fac.
Hoard ot SupervUors maik th,6 vefy ,',on ,,y Uin nP1'muiie; leaders. The
extremes In the matter of linanclaV'cmoritcmpnt ,)f sf,Kio rjir treasurer
policy, the now andldates can not nml Cm fnr ,,,,.,., , ,,,articuariy
very wnll go wrong, no matter whnt RrnUfylnK tn tin n.epubllcnns. John
Ihoytdrt. ii,, Lane will get n lot of votes from the
'The -platform, was read In Its in-,innl0 iUiers
tlretyi 1 jCn plan for n rnmpnlgn has yet
It was noticed that when tho par- been ntlitlC(1 ,y the Homo Tlule
ngraph relative to the Ilapal side. ,pa(1(.r, ,,ut wm ,rtt,imlily be,
Svulk was' read, there was applause, J hllortVt Ci,ariPa Notleyi execU to
oten by some prominent Republicans nnkc iTitn the otper Islands on
Jn tho niidlcnce. behalf of hfs own .candljlncy
licll iuu,cii ,u uim-iuj iim in,, -
rorm liy' striking out thq portion fo.
latlng rri the doing away with the
approval of the Superintendent ot
Public Works In the matter of tho
construction' of new streets, roads,
etc. This portion of the county net,
said Keen, had already been cut nut.
It was pointed out to Heen that
his motion was nut nf order, as
under the rules which had Just been
adopted, every amendment must bo
in writing and signed by five dele-
sates. Heen moved. In spite of the
fact that he himself had bcon tho
rhnlrmnn ot tho committee which
dratted the, rules, that that portion
of the rules bo'suspended, and this
. . . . . ...1
carried, this was a lair sample 01,
the manner In which the convention
inndiicted Its business.
I.-....ll. .... .,..! ., n,n,ln,n,,f
,.,.lll fo. (,n l..lln(nro nln,lirn
i.,.th " -,. - " I-, " -
themselves to work lor n new Bys
n, -iivi.inn ..r l, tnes l.et wenii '
the Territory nnd tho counties. Ho
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tl," Usof the am. t.;." Ti -
tnry the remaining third. Nnthlng
enmo nf this nmondmont. nnd tha
platform w.ih adopted ns nmondpd by
WASIIINOTON. D.-C, Sept. 19.
The tnrtrot nraetlsfl In which the At-
lnntlc fleet has been engaged off the 011 i.auai ami tins wui cominrinniy boi
Chesapeake capes with varying luck " n good many fAinllles nn fairly goo,l
will be followed the first week In Bll(,,l fl""' '"" which n comfortnblo
December by similar work on the llv 0"1't1," '"' "mile. Thoro Is
,i, iimii. ii.ni iiothlng.to hinder this sclicmo as the
Rear-Adnilral Walnwrlght .Issued ,:"", ,s I'rtynlrty owned by the coin
orders today directing tllo Bccond ill- HMTPiomotlnft .
vision of the P:lrlfl- licet, to loavo tho' . u ,, n
navy yard at Mare Islnnd, Cal.,'N. U. H. blVIUKhn IU
nbout November 1, to proparo for j BE HELD TONIGHT,
practise. This division Includes the, ; -, '
West Virginia, Maryhdid and South Qunr(Js ar)( Frleilds Will Bo
Ddkota. y Cntnitnlnn.l D Drxr.4 l,n
Tho first division, composed nt tho.
California, tho Pennsylvania and the
Polnrnilo. now nt Vnlnaralsn 111 Coll-I
nectluii with the Chilean centoiinlnl1
licet, will hold Its prartlso later,
Target practise will take plnro olf
Santa llarbarn. C.il.
WILL HOLD SMOKER.
Olllrers nnd inembois nf lliu Nil
. Iloniil fliiunl will I10I1I 11 Kni'ikor to
iiiilif nt Tin Itnnt'iitnu nt whIHi tho'
Our New Phone Number Will He . ,-' . ' J,
r ri- 9 4
w nnnrrnuni,llu(H I l AHHiytU , 1 W SM
(jns. II. Love)
Home Rulers Go On Record
Favprinrj Most of tho
I Ilepubllcnn nominees for county
offices will get the support of the
Home Itule party In tho coming cleo.
. t0M. This was decided by the
'county committee of the Home Ilul-
crs, which caucused last Saturday
afternoon nnd finished Hip work lert
uiulono by the convention tho day
the ltepnbllcnli candidates ' en-
dorsed were John Lane, for mayor;
Andrew Po. fur 1.eftfr. 11 Knlmm.
knlanl Jr., for auditor; James lllek-
nen, f()r nudltor; 1). Knlaunkalanf
jr., for elerlt; Robert W. Sllloge.
fr treasurer; nnd John tfatiicnft,
for rmi(v attorney, ns w.l as the
,iety Bherlrfs ruiinlngjrtm the
tjckct, Tlle Hcpiibltcnn Mndlilntes
flr j,lll)(,rvfor worn npt enn'tirsed, nn
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iiiu iiuiiip Kiucrs navo iiieii0wn inn-
u,ialcF n unwallans. The county
platform formulated by tho Home
ue ,,arty .icmnndH the election of
C,nl.ieB K. Notley. cnndldato for del-
pClllp. lr -....lor,..! nlui i,ls 'latfnrm
, T,1P ncii6n nf ,,, Hnm0 nillcrg ,
giving suiiport to some of the Ilepub
Mn llfinlPra , not entirely n mr
..rl, a. ..... .,..., ., tllp ronvo.
t0 int 0 Uel,u)liIcarw wnujj 1)P
n.i.. .-t .. '
iiKfiy in rrciyp rnuuiHiui'iu inim
vntPj..,, ,,arl,.t ,nl t10' fart that
,,fhcllpally the entire county ticket
, fnvorP(i liy t10 Home Hulers Is
PLANS ON FOOT
Sugar Beet Promoters Would
Let Out Farms to Families.
Crop to Be Beets.
ljinnl may bo snld tn bo on tho road
to Hint state whore In It may bo mndo
... 1.1. I.... MM.n .....( St..
iu iwium ,m u ui. iw i"--n
- beet culture, who was brought to'Ha-
Wall recently frnni SallnaH for the pur,
'IHIHO Of IlllVlllg llllll tTV Ollt tllC pOSs!
llllltlOH Of tllO Sllgar beOt'lllldCr BClCIl
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work, in fact ho has just Btartod In
"".'" """.K,, '""' .V"al "' "a" P"" V
inaiuicrc is.oeryuiing 10 110 oxpeci'
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ThO'Compmy that Is at lhG'liack nf
tho big enterprise Is perfecting plans
fnr tho futiiin nf I.annl, that If carried
out will iiinkc I.annl nn Island of
liomc.s, Iho prnponltlon now stands
to dlWdo the Island into homesteads,
pl.ire families thereon nnd let them
do tho beet raising on n cooperative
Thoro nro nbout -tri.000 ncres pf land
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Tl' pvenlng nt liair-pnst sovon
""clock tho N. tl. II. will have q grot
'' I" H'" HunBalnw. whorq a smuko
';cmf;' "' c'"t1r,n'n1 "l0 men nf "
tlii.uds and llielr frlemls. All tho
nvull.ihlo musical talent uf the city bus
been secuicd, nnd 11 most enjoyiiblo
Unio Is being looked fnrwaid lit bv
im iiniiiniu ..-. ..,.1 .....1 .. i.t.. 1.
,,, T,H1 .,, ,,. ,
Hon for hospllnllty mt 1H,; .,
'al. nii.l limy lnli-ii.1 In mil Jo ilium-
kulvus llif evcnlim.
., SOippiEs-g' 1
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAQE EtQHT. Jj
1 .. : '. 111 - . H
r -i" . i i i i .u
BHAIUC FISIIINO oH board the
Asia while lying outside during the
time tho quarantine oniclnls wcro In
specting the vessel nnd Investigating
the case or suspected plague, proved
a diversion for tho Chinese crew nnd
served to whlla nwny boiiio tedious
time for the pnisohgors who wcro In'
tercsted spectators In tho Bpoft.
When tho Ashl had been lylig qulot
for n tluio three sharks began nosing
nro 11 ml und In n moment soma of the
Chinese nnd baited n largo hook and
dropped It overboard. Ono of tho
trio wus hooked In n short tlmo but
managed to get awny, while Jho sec
ond one to Investigate tho bait was
caught fast, much to tho enjoyment
nf tho yellow fishermen. Tho Bhnrk
was shot nnd then hauled on board
to provide n least fnr tho sailors.
THE MOST Importunt nrrlval yes
terday wai the freighter Ncvndan of
the Amerlcnn-Hnwullan line, which
enmo Into port sovornl hours nhrad of
schedule from, cattle nnd Incidental
ly brbught a mnll shipment fr)in"8an
Francisco and Senttlo amounting to
H2 sucks. Tho Novndnn was not ex
pected until today nnd her enrly ar
rival was n surprise nil around. Over
2000 tons of cargo arrived on the No
,viulaii,fpr dsliind ports, -Mato ,Jory
btbiighi lils'brWoon thoirlpB'lie.'be-f
Ing plgned on as stewardess nf the
freighter. From Honolulu the Ne-
viidnn goes tn other Inland tmrts in
'dlschnrrie and Iliad nnd (when leaving;
miaiiii wnicrn win navn it cargo 01
2000 tons of sugar nnd over 10,000
cases of canned pineapple.
PHILIPPINE Intor-lslnnd business
Is booming according to latest t'diK-es
received trom the Islnnds, During
the month of August two vessels wore
bought to Incrcino tho feet already
operated by severe! compnlikM, the
largest being tho Ilrltlsh steamer V11
nesnng of 2000 tons Cargo capacity,
which has been nn tho regular run be
tween Munlln nnd Hbngkung ror fet
crnl j ears njierntcd by Indo-Chlna
Steam Navigation Company. The oth
er essel bought for Oic Inter-Island
trade Is tho 'old Iloangho of the Hamburg-American
line, which- has been
In tho conntlng trade of eastern Asia
for several years.
TWENTY-EIOIIT days from Port
Townscnd the Amerluin Kchooner M.
Turner arrived late yesterday In com
mand of Captain S. Olson, The Turn
er bad n pleasant trip from the coast
nnd brought a lumber cargo of 1,110,-
000 fcrt destined fnr. Pearl Harbpr.
Tho schooner Is lying outside and will
bo towed to Pearl Harbor to discharge
without coming Into tho harbor hero
LATE YESTERDAY tho Norwegian
steamer TorBilay arrived off ort nnd
camo In this morning. Tho essol
enmo from Newcastle, N. 8, W. with' a
full cargo of coal consigned to tin
Intcr-lslniid Steamship Company
Accompany the Ueletjatt
On Campaign Tour of
11 lirts been decided that W. C.
AchI Is to neconipany Prlnco Kuhlr.
on tho Delegate's campaign Jourpoy
on Hawaii, Knhlo leaves tnmurrow
o ntho Manna Ken, nml ho will then
bo nccompauled by AchI.
It la expected tlit Knhlo will coi)
duct n whirlwind campaign on tho blr
Island lytd AchI will go prepared to
nsslst hlm tn fho best of his ability.
Tho iinnilgrntliln mlsioiirosciitntloni
voiced by McCnudless on Hawaii will
ecelvo tho attention of Kulilo ami
AchI and otery eort will bo mndo tt
bring the truo issue beroro the peo
MAY PLAY FINALS
ON MAN0A COURTS
Hall Cup Tournament to Fin
ish In Great Blaze of
Out nt tho Moaia hotel all Is read
for Iho opening nf tho tennis season
nnd -IIiomioiv courts am, 'looking nt
peifect ns ikjsbIIiIo. Tho whle flue
iniitiillugs or Iho courlB nrq lu perfect
older, and the clubhouse and dressing
moms nro icady tor tho players.
There Is some Inlk of playing the
finals of iho HnllCuirou Iho'Mnina
cnurls, nml' that wnuld servo ns nn
opening gain day lur Iho holers new
venture, Rl 111 there nro some people
who consider It would bo better U
uniMi inn Hall Cup loiiruamenl on the
He let 1111 In courts, ns nil Hie pluynn
nru ncciisliimiil lo (hem, The matlor
will bo decided Ihls evening nt 11
lueeUng uf Ilin louiiiumeiit roiniulllen,
, iilHf) iilllurl.il mums '''rwi
liUkluits ufllie, 'I hem ure Hie tile,
plienv iiuuibers of III II u 1 1 e 1 1 u.
Willi hi llll'
China, Frlcl, frdih San Fran-
M. Turner, from Port Town
i Sunday, 8ept, 25.
Mlkahnla, from Molokal and
8. 8. Ncvndan, 'Anderson, from Se
attle. 8, 8. Tnrsdniyfrom Newcastle
Monday, Sept. 26.
S. 9. China, B'p. in,
8. 8. Nooau, for Kauftf ports, E p. m
Per 8. 8. China, from San Fran
cisco. Sept. 2C For Honolulu: C. Dn
Hoi. Iheo. Martin, Dr., J. V. Rice. Miss
8. C. Stcrrct, E. V. WIcox, .Miss Mar.
guerctlc Wong, II. Armstrong, Chas.
8. Lewis, Mrs. Chas, S. Lowls, W. V.
Hlgglns, .Mrs. W. V. Hjgglns. For
.Yokohama Mrs. K. Darrtby, MnBter I.
llntnby, Miss H,IoHt teluisen. Miss
Charlotte Hess, M. Isaacs, Mrs. J.
Kauriior.nnd Inrnnt, "Master Ernest
Kanfner. Miss Anll.n.Kaufner, Mrs. A.
Kaufner. Mrs C. M. ljinefiii-,1 Ml. a
KlIa-'Nowbauer,' J.'T Varl Cleve. For
Kobe,: Miss V,.J, IJpwlby, Mrs. F. C.
.miss j'eari Caldwell, J.iqj Daniel, Har
ry J. Evans, Mrs, A. Ilj'nlrlle, C. A.
Loonnril, Mrs. C. A. LrHifud, Mrs. W.
A, Keavcyv,M.J. Shl Mrs. M. J
Shea, ,0.1T ahliibeckiaj Mrs. O. T,
Master Arthur Slagter, Master Nat
Stagier, Mnstor Neville Slagter, Mlsi
L, C. Splller For Shanghai: Wm.
Alton, Steen Iluggo, Miss' A. E. Camp
bell. Mrs. A. II. Ciapjr.v Mrs. A. D.
Copelnnd. Dr,- C. A pVlln, Miss L.
Fltimbrrls, Dr F. lr. Gaiidon, Miss K.
nilllnn, A. Hnbecost, II, 8. Hall, Mri.
R. S. Hall, Miss May Illxson, Miss B.
Joter, Mrs. E. J. Lcnnot,( Miss C. Lon
nnx.,Vrs. V. R.'Lyman.'Q. C. Marriott,
Mrs. C. C. Marriott and Infant, Master
Paul ,Mnrrlntt. Miss I. McCabe, E. Mil
ler. W. E. Nops. Dr. L. M. Patterson.
E. F. Tntum, Miss E. E, Teal. Miss L.
Tucker For Hongkong: Miss M.
Andersdn, Mrs. L. J. Bcrnell, Mrs.
Janlo nigolow. Miss Clnrn Ulshoii.
Airs. 3. Disney, Jos. II. Hurton, Tom
Chung. Mrs. John Cooper. Rev. J. W.
Crelghton, Mrs. J. W. Crelghton. J. U
DaVlei. Mlsrf Sallle DoVlne. R. C. Ed
dy. II L. Fnlkner, Miss Delia Qalns.
J. P. flellnns, W, It. Oiitellus. Jr.. Mra.
A. Harrison, Miss O. Harrison. Mrs.
A.-Henderson, ,PeJcr HJng, Geo. M.
Kelly. Mrs. Oco. M. Kelly. J. H. Klnir.
Thos. W. Kytlil. Miss A. E. Lone. Mnh
,Wlne. A'. T. Marsh. Ms. R. E. Me
Orath and Intant. R. Melscr, Mrs. A.
.Miller, f. J. fjauglo Ng Poon Ch'jW,
Miss E. fl. Pecker. Mrs. F. .1. Per
Vino. .JIlsa"KUii;);,Pfriiio. Mrs. J. J.
Peterson, Miss Mary Peterson, Miss
Helen P. Ronke, Miss Leonora Scar
lett, Mrs. JI. R. Stevenson, Mrs. A.
Stlckney, Martin Swanson, Miss Ida
E. Thompson, Miss Gertrude Thomp
son. J. S. Todd. Mrs. J. 8. Todd. Al
bert O. WnBspnlck. W. T. Wells. Mist
Lulu F. Whllden. fleo. n. Wlckes, Mrs
Oeo. n. Wicks. v
1 Per stmr. tflknliala. Irom Mnnl nml Ik
Molokal, Sept. 25 Mrs. W. White A
P, Dowsott, Ed. Dowsett, Miss JL
Dowsctt. J). Kuwnlo. Mrs. Kawnln M.
floldsteln, S. Masakl, U D. Larson, D,
;:. Motzger. P. Kopko, Rev. W. Olesrvn
.Mrs. unthcart, Mrs. Clark
Keklpl, C. II, Cooko.
no v. J.
Per 8. 8. Maunn Ken for Maul and
Hawajl ports, Sept. 27-Mrs W. Y.
new, JL.'Focko.a.W. Waldroii, W. II.
Halrd, J, H. Moorohead nnd wife D II
Cnso. j. d. MoVolgb, J, t. Taylor Q.
II. McLennan Ai Mnrllnsnn tiu tn
Insen, Miss (IreenlleldrMIss n. Ropep
II- L. KenyH. D. Whitfield. C. a. Do.fl
"H'eld, II, A. Lee. P. Wnn.io 1 a
Woods.- Mrs. D. 11. finsn .'. a'
nln, Miss Ourney, Mrs. Victor IlurJ.
W, Ho nnd wife, JdmoB Kennedy. J.
Per 8. 8. Maunn Loa, for Maul ami
HnwalLpotts. SepL 27. C. E, Calvert.
It. McKune, Mrs. A, I.lfteo, J. Oasp-.r
J. R. Pairs, II. K. .Scolfleld and w1f.
L. A. Qiionson, Mrs. J, D. Pairs C W
shror.l, J. P. Colbiirn, J. Ocnbo 'and'
o11".?' 8 Kl"n" 'TlCaual ports,
Sept. 27,-W. F. Martin. C. II. Pierce
mi r!y "' J' Tovo- J- Crockett,
Miss Cooko, Mrs, c. M. Cooke
t Ma p
AFTER. 'A .assago,or 151 days from
Now York thq American ship .m
arrived nt San Francisco on Beptem
cr IB captain Dunham lmeng been
III In his .berth for sovoiityflvo days
surtorltig from dropsy. Tho vessel had ,
ft rniili.trliHiroimilMlio,Horn and In
mio blow her rore nnd. mliren topgal
lant mVt with evorythlng uttache.t
worn .carried Wny ami only for Iho
quick, work In getting the Wreckage
cutiaway dnd over. lb.. 1.1.. r..Uo...,.
Horlous dllllciilty. '
REPTEMIIER is ii.t. .i,n.... .,...
Shlnbcckler. Pnylmi Stphem, Mrs. -
Paytnn Stephens. Fof'iNnRnsnkl: C.
Reod. Mrs. C. Reed. Mrs. A. Slagtor. '
K OupJaJii IWtoiB','.n, nrrlvu.1 at Hsu
laiirlsa, with 'Ulm ,MK of .,.
Illilll lloiiijulu miur pttsU(u t -jj
Tin. vu.,1 hud k'mi.1 w4ilir
Ihu tiiilm nip, .m ,