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THURBDAYt ' 5.
'llnwnllan Third Dtimc.
All Tlsltlrjg members of to
Order ara cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
iiiDiur runiufiR.i Members of
KNEFICIAL ASSIATIOH ciationi cor
HARMONY I0DOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
MeeU every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
B. n. HENDKY, Secretary.
P It. K. McCOY, Noble drund.
'All visiting brothera very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of F. Hall,
corner Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES. C. C Ti-
O. F. HEINE, K. KBz
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1,1. 0. R.'M.
Meets every first nnd thIrd,tThuta;
days of each month at KtHfUstjot
Pythlns Hall. Vtoitlng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
B. V. TODD, O. of n.
HONOLULU AEBIE, 140, R 0--E
Mnntn on tho 2nd and 4th WKD
WEflnAY evonlnca of each month at
T.n n'ltlnrk In K nf P. If nil. earner
j VlsltrSgEaBTe3'ttr6-1nvlted to at-
to if pii.rv w. p.
'M.'C. McCkOYir'Sec jr
HONOLUIU LODGE, 610, K PTOrE.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CU, B. P. O.
Elks, meets in their hall, orf'KyrK
Street, near Fort, every FrMa'eyej
nlng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUOHEnTY, E.-Il.
I GEO. T. KLUEOHU Soc.
McKINLEY LODGE, NO.
1' Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturdny
Jvenlne at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
tall, cor. Fort nnd Beretanla. Vlslt
ug brothers cordially Invited to at-
"" H. A. TAYLOIt, C. O.
E. A. JACOBBON. K. R. S.
"7-r: Air i
W I -vvv
U MANUFACTUBERS' SHOE CO., Ltd.
i I 1051 Fort Street
rr ' CIGAB NOW 5o
' M. A. GUNST CO.
j. REGAL SHOES
1 rjl v EEGAL SHOE CO.
k !MBL Xini and BetheJ.
"" Chairs Now at the
UNION BERBER SHOP
NE.W BABBEB A competent man
hat juit arrived from the Ccsit.
J; VIEBEA Proprietor
Dei eloping mill
Ituunll & South
Srira Cnrln Co
Olios. R. Frazier
,Phone 1371 122 Kinif St.
irwii i '' 'i ' ,' '.
If You Arc Sickly
Juit let Haitetter'i Stomach
Bitter build up and renew
the entile lyitem, make the
1 itomach strong and healthy
and keen the boweli free from
constipation, It hat done 10
in hundredi of caiei in the
pflt 57 j cart and mott. ccr'
tainly will not fail you. Try
it to-day for Indl"eitloit, Dvi
pcpiia. Cottivencii, Bilioui
ncti, Headache nnd Malaria,
Fever and Aitue. Ak for
For sale by Denton, Smith ft Co.,
Ltd.; liolllitter Drug Co., Ltd.:
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd ; Ililo Drag
Co.; and at all Wholesale Llq'ior
v OFF ON VISIT
Smoker In His Honor Results
In Praise for Hawaiian '
Col It I Iliillurd, U. S. A , who baa
been directing the s hool of Instruc
tion nt Fort Shufter, jiKiiln proved
'lafrt, nrihl lltat Tie la u Hlrong frlgnil
of.thu Territorial National Uiiard
Sjhco xpuHlte tix.llotioUilu nnd Iu
siTectlnR tlio"(liiafd In the instruction
'tump,' Col. Uullurd lias hwm iinsttnt-
Inc In bin. prnlKO -of the onthuiiliism
nnu cannuiiuy 01 1110 uuicers i.ikl
Plfilii. jncctlni; many iirmiilncnt cit
izens, Col Dullard urged. In tbo
course of several couversutlonnl per
iods, that every ixmslblu aid be ex
tended the guard by the Territorial
Col, Ilullard vvns the fluent of hon
or nt n smoker given by the Uuurd
officers nt tbo Bungalow Tbu nf-
folr wus purely soclnl, nnd in en
yaXirihYhtiWrVhvir4Hint?ini large number of llaunll'H men of uf
futrs, and wus more than generous In
bis liralao.ot tbo (luard and in urg
Ing thnGIEjreijelw! u'tlejitlon from tbn
-rl I nurmi it.i;, (i.iivii..- r it?
Among other guests were I.leut
Hat-gee nnd I.leut Wutklus, of.. C'om-
panyl;, Twoutmin-iirrajitry, tne rcg-
jilaciut the Difijriirtlon cumji; John
u.-uine, siiirTvisnrs .innscs 'ijuinn
and Daniel Ixig.in, l'rlneo Kublo and
n number of. other iiQlublo men Mus
Ic wus furnished by the bnrrolful nnd
tbo smoker wan i uierj' "oito tlirough-
Col Ilullard loft this morning on
the Mauna Ken fur Hlln and tho vol-
minn 11a irna lilil fnwiu aII r ci titiivi-
ratiiut iu nun Kit iittunuii WJj,t (ititii-
'ber of the friends lie lias made here
Severul of tbo Hawaiian guard oil!
cers ucre iilui) piisHiMigcrx on the
Mauna Kca, returning to their homes
on the other Islands, the Instruction
camp having been broken last Satur
AH TIP IS FINED .
' pOp PPIUM DEAL
Only Couple, of. Cases Heard
At Polico Court This
At tbo lollco..Court this mornlnc
tho. case of All Tip, who wiih charged
wiiu selling opiiyn uitiinm n license,
enmo up for trial; C I', ('lillllngworth
who appealed for the accused, moved
that, the clmrgo hrt;dl8inUi,ed an there
was no oviilenco to show that opium
was poisonous goods.
Judgo Anduide denied tho motion
and, llndlug tbo accused guilty, sen
tonccd him to pay n lino of $.10 nnd
Another caso that drought out n
fairly stiff sentence wns that in
which a Hawaiian named Ilanakahl,
was lined jr, for assaulting a Japan
eso; the accused pleaded guilty and
Judgo Andrudo gave him n lecture
besides lining him
At NOON TODAY the intcr-lslund
kteruiiei' Mauna I.0.1 snlled foi ports of
Maul iiiuI U.iwull Tbo Mauna I.oa
had n number of pasFongers and tbo
usual general cargo,
'Kxtenslve alterations and repairs
bring necessary in tbo Blxth-tloor
kit ben department of the Alexunder
Young Hotel, the upstairs dining
loqni will temporarily clote, com
mencing on Octnlier- first.
J. II. IICIITBCIIE,
Sqptl'inber 27, 19.1.0. .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet told by the Bulle
tin for a nickel it twice ni Juice
at the tablet utually told for tliit
NV CnnlPrn milliner) put n reived
Mrs IMi k i rum
llvi Mm seen Hip children ennta
at 'Ionian's fle
Mim Loulm Irwin manicurist lias
up('iit pnilnrs nt Of) Young MtilK
Next week nl Jurilnti it sum a 'greil
chance in Ini) good lacei fur half llu'lr
Mlln will I io the main tint mil
Yiiiii frlcnls nt pen will greatly- up
picrlatc ii Wlrolcwi H'lid llii'in on"
tndaj On Sunday mprnltma the of'
flco l iiicii from olKht until li'ii
The Mm imI Toldphono t'u requests
lh.it overono having trouble Willi n
telephone, whether their own or homo
one Hue's, lopuM promptly '"
A birthday linn wna given Inst Sun
dny H'M'l 25 at Kaiilolinl Trnrl In
honor of Louis M II Itiitliorfonl. be
lug time vonr old The nffalr was a
Rrand .on?, ninny voting folks were
The Mutual Telephone Co rcqiio'ts
(hal nil subscriber rnrefully examine.
the Temporary Dliortnry, nnd report
In writing, to thq olllco on Adams
I.ane, nny errors In names or ml-
All Indeterminate sentence of not
less than time enrs or more than
lUn veirs was Imposed upon (Irorgo
Thomas Uy Judge Cooper this morn-
ilig. Thomas vvns convicted of se
ducing a joung girl.
I'lowcrs nnd feins In pots add great
ly to tho altrnctenom of tho bouse
find lailil. A qt larg; vat let of
flower pots and fern dlslics In. teira
cottn n III-be found nt Uiuerfi nnd
Cook,o Ltd . 177 So Klijp streets
Tbo neatest nnd nnsf convenient
device for travelers nnd nil who write
without the aid of n desk, Ii the new
tablet' attadiel to a box cintnlnlmt
c,nvclO)ei. Sqc them nt the Hawaiian
News Co Ale Young Building.
In Judge Cooper's department of
the Circuit Court this morning, sen
tence vvns suspended for thirteen
mouths upon Ah Knl and fourteen
ethers charged with gambling, The
case, against Ah Knl was nolle
Atlornty C. V. Ashford left on
the Maunn Ken this morning. Ho
will stop oft at I.-thaina for threo
hours and continue, to Knliulul by
the Mauna I.oa. Ills trip Is a holi
ness one. nnd he experts to return
If when J on are traveling ou have
jour funds In tho Cheipies of tho
American Bankers' Association you
Hncd.Koi-'pitrtleufBi-s oiHIufro-nt tbo
Bank of Hawaii Ltd., corner l"Ort and
tiovernor l'rearj,thl8 moinlng nn
nountod then appointment of' J. N.
"WuMrou as n member of tho Board
of Prison Inspectors for the First
Judicial District, lllllng the--plnco
left vacant by tho resignation of
Gilbert J. Waller. '
Bonds on npiienl, signed hy V, I..
Weaver nnd Kbcn Low, woro filed In
tho Circuit Court this morning In
tbo cane of Kmllle I,, D'llnrblay
against C (!. Macomber, tho man to
whom Colonel Norris of Kau deeded
his hlg ranch for tl Appeal Is
taken from tho decision sustaining
tho demurrer of Mncnmbor'x attor
ney. CAN PLANT 1
(Continued from Face 1)
workmen lias not boen definitely do
ntileil tlk ntit, nf.an It 1 HiH Inlfln
thin of the company t.i rush the
work, as contracts ror" cans ntu
steadily Increasing nnd 'tbo growth
of tho pineapple trade guarantees a
larger amount of work for the fu
ture. ... 1
i rontrnetH for rnim niol
MRS. GILMAN DIES
AT SON'S HOME
Mrs. Sarah Atbertnu Oilman, for
thltty-lhe jcara n resident of Ho
nolulu, died yesterday nt tho homo
of her Erin, J. a. Oilman. Puneral
services will be hold this nfternoon
nt the Waiklkl home or .Mr. OIL
man, by Asslstnnt Pastor Kbcrsoln
of tho Central Union tlmrch, nfter
which a privato Intel ment will bo
A,.t i .
Ma nilfii.ili U'nn n olwtno nf tlin
, """ '" 7 . r ,
late J. 11. Atherton nnd Is tbrtfiiother
of Mr. Ollniau nnd Miss Currlo A.
Oilman. she was prominent In
ciiurcli and cliarltatiio woik hero
ever since her arrival In lS7q, whoa
she camo fiom Boston, n yoar nfter
in in 'ii. i in hi:
the'denth, ofdmij huBbnnd, Henry - ,ay cams 19 Honoluluhom Novvcas- hlg ratlllcalloti meeting next Tliurs
Oilman, phe uunlhered urno her (0 with a full cargo of coal SIo day1 night at, Aala Park, nt which
friends prominent mea and womoiaulvod during tio ujtiriuvm Sunday
all' over the Toirlloi-y, hy whom her
death Is gcnerall) mourned
TOMOIHIOW TlllJ Ncvadun of tho
Matson lino nils for Knliulul to ills
cbargo cargo luought from Iho coast.
Tbo Novadnu will take on island P ro
il nets deftlned for the (oast nu I will
rail nt San 1'ianclsco first after leav-
lug, Haw,(ll, v,
Our Sew l'htine
City Transfer Co.
Notables Leave Today
Hilo and Ports on the
The it Bit a I gny rtowd m nil hnnd
ti Is mornlnK to speed the depart
ing ones on bo,1rd the Mauna Ken,
which pulled out from the Inter-
Island tthmf nt 10 o'clock, himnd for Hon at the Kilice station. It nil enmo
Hlli la- ports of (all. nbout through, the persistent efforts
More tbqn the usual number of of Chief McUiffle, nnd tbo smart cap
pastcugeis'snlled on the vssecl this lure of two Fiddlers hy ollleer l'ctcr
ii ortillig, and the. cargo taken over- Hoiea InRt night. Just ns they had
Hewed on the (leek, nno lame auto- clinked a Chinese hncls driver on Nun
mobllo foiward being tho most nin-
splrumiR nrlleo op board.
Scvernl notables were on tho Man-
tin Ken. Irlnqn,tCiP ftl111 "eorgo II.
Meridian beJuiJ among tbo depart-
lug ones for the Big Island.
l.lentenaut-Co'lonel Ilullard was
an outdoing parscngcr and will pa
a visit to tbo .xhIwuo nnd other
points of Interest, liernro returning
to Honolulu to embark u the Slier-
Man for San r.amlsco exl Tues-
Several officers of the National
flunrd vvl,n iave been attending the
camp c.f Inatrurtlqn at l'ort Shnfter
returned to their homes this morn
ing, nnd (jhlcf of Detectives McDuf-
ne went to Hlln. taking n Klllplno
prisoner wanted there,
Tlio only Uliaimms tlrannm. Known
from New Yilrk to Manila, departed
on thp Mauna Km for a business
trip to other Islands, his amlln being
the last visible ns tho Mauna Kea
backed out Into the stream.
Dr. Vlrlor K. Collins' left on thn
Manna Ken' for I'epeekeo. where he
will bo plantation phvslclnn for
three iilantatlon (ompanlcs. having
given up his practise In Honolulu
to ncoept tbo plantation olfer, where
bo will have a private hospital of
i .... ...r.,,,. n i.nn.i in .ii'
farewell, and BfrRor's band plnjed
the Justnmary 'tsliirul nlra which
mark tbo departure of n steamer for
other lhlaml ports. In distinction to
i those plnjed for vcsfcIs sailing for
tho Coast or Japan.
TO AID FORTS
Powerful New Apparatus In
' stalled Makes DayliKht on
r-j r-Sea at rjiglit.
Somi'tlin ag(? tho B u 1 1 o 1 1 n told
ofni Ahcnio iirnjiosed by tho wnr
deparrment which consisted In tlio In
stalling "I lttvvcrful seprcb lights nt
all or tlio forts up tho Pacific const
and In Hawaii ns well, The lnaterlil
Izatlon or tho schcino Is nt band ni
the following clipped from tho latest
coast pnper glvoi testimony.
Six gigantic soarchllKllta, Just In
stalled niiout tlio ballerli'1 guarding
Han rrancisco nnrinr. ny oruer u nltlll0UBh cornering tho lumber piar
United States war Department, nro .i
iwijvi vol i,kr'Hir.vtaJ .' i'J; " "-
rovolutlonltQ Hip mqMipds, qf night do
fense. . f
sixty Indies .Inudbiiurter nnd nro tlio
moil pt.werriircvorJntlIl7Cd by any
Willi 1IIO UKIU (U lvil 111 llll'hn iiiii.i
em illumlnnlors directed upon tho
l,l,. ,,f .,,,,,. nrt niilv lu I in n 1.
Jecf,to bo nrrd nt located. Im tho ox-,al)Oiit a -jcar ago. bought up n tug
act rnugo and Siced of iho vessel Is lot of lumber, nud thought ho was
Instantaneously and automatically re- cafe to niaUo n great prollt. Just
glsiercd Ip tho plntHng room of tho as ho was figuring on tho wealth ho
batlcries. , would make, the gov eminent stopped
During tbo first oxworlmentB last. In nnd decreed what tho prlcci
Thursday night, whenn lug wns nn -
tnr Mm mull llehl nt a ran co of moro
than soven milts, the oincera on himdj The regulation of prices by the
reported Hint it was cisy to road government Is said by tho local Jap
small print. I aneso to be a good thing and they1
Tho first light was placed nt l'ort
.Mllny, ono at.Ume, I'olnt llgblbousn
ami oto on inp ot uio oni uricit am
nt Kort Point.
Anqincr.,iiBnjnv i i;o pneou ".,.. R pRq w. .
r C!lt-.iul.rt.-i TIlll tit Hdlilcti Cnift
L. :r .:::' .r l ;,:.;: :..., ..
i'tiiK, 1'iiq mi niiuu iiuiHui-n "i"i v
. . J - .... . .
i 'fist ono on x in roiici, iwo navei
niroa,,y liroM thstnllod nbnvo Point
n ' .i. ni.i ni .
lli.llllll, l.llllon ,fl fj.l... ii ....in
rnriniiTii-ii-.rnrmlal in into thn
(Q yosjeiday niul. wlsi illschargInK
carco nL tbo coal liar!. Thn Tom-
nnd came Insldo nnd began illscbarg
Iiie Bltortly nfter the noon hour yes-
limtINO THi; foienooq Inlay tho
sehooirr ltobert Lowers Hailed for tbo
coast. Tho schooner hallo 1 from Ala-
koa whaif buvlng been moored there
for twenty four hpuri provluus to put-
lliig to aea,
Number Will It
(Jna, II laive)
ARE IN TOILS
for'Tluins Who Garrotcd Hack-
man arc Alleged to Be
Caught at Last. '
At last tin mvstery nf nil tho hold
ups that liata liapiienod to hack driv
ers l about cleat ed up and cevoril
men arc now hooked for Invvstlgi
H apiicnrs that two soldiers engaged
a hack nt tno rnlltoad depot, ami tno
'lrJcr a onqo dcinnnded pnmcii( In
advance, tho iiassengcrs would nrit
W ln advanco but promised lo dri so
'ntr "U. Then tho hack proceeded
for',fiiio1lIatancp before any tronble
occurred: pollen ollleer I'elcr IlWl
'nppene,l to bo on duty near King
a,r',ct' and ho suddnily saw thoitWo
won Rrab llic hack, river fwrt lirtM
niul proceed to gn tbrougb him. llb
rea at onco Jumped Inland nrrestod'llte
men and took them to tho pollc ata
ton Harly In the evcnlns a young Pnr
tiiKueso who has an unsavory record
wni hooked nt tho polico station for
ncsllsa,r,n , rc,g-mls to n robberv
from n eish register. Ilo Is nllcgod
o ,mo naikC(, n, pjcvclo store
nnil (fl )lilxc Rra,ie, tho money that
wfts n n ,)ra,siir,
A, fl wa, nuclcd that the I'nrln
RUC,P know about the hold tips that
Inceuirel on Oullek avenue and nt Ka-
il rme tlmo nso ho was confront
ed with the hack drivers who bad
been choke'd nnd inphcd. They at
enco IdsntlDed lUo joplh as tho! man
who had done ticm up In company
with a soldier, . i
Although no clinrgo has been laid
aMnst. tho Iwh Koldltrt (. tliel I'or-
liirficiui 1(1 far. tliprpl Is TlOllOlt1lt In
the mihds offtho pllcd thrft somo time
today .tho trio will be JirokccJ for
scllons crime A wntch.vaH found in
Hie pnrjoislnn or tho tljorlugues .tajil
ha tried 'tri lirlbc n' fellow prisoner to.
swear thntho saw n soldier sell .the
tlmepleco to him for Unco dollars
Acting Chief of Detectlvos John Kcl
lett Is looking Into tbo mittqr, ns
Chief Mcniilllo went to Ililo on tlio
Mntini Kea. MclliiOlo took n rillplno
inlsoner back to tho rainy cly. and
will return to Honolulu noxt Saturday
MAN MAKES NOTHING
Ancient Japanese Millionaire
Starts Local Man on
Klnnkuiilyn Buiizaemon Is a nnnto
that Is known by nil Japanese; oven
thq hchnol Lhlldieu have heard of
tho richest man of nldtlmo Japan.
11.1 la imI.I in limn made his wealth
a ,0I(; Utno aRf) wh(m a firn ,,ud
dettiojed the major p.ut of Tokl.
Ilo (barged nil horts of prices for tlio
lumber ho bnd bought for next to
"; r ,i ashe' U'rm
' ;, , , , , ,. ,.
Kvldontly Inspired hy tho groat
Kluokuulyn's luck, a Honolulu .lap
aneso who happened to bo In Japan
1 Wlieil XllO greill III" licoil""! u."
shnuld be, nnd the Honolulu get
rlrli-nnlelt man made nothing.
consider that that Is tho reason tlinl
RCOIj rico frnm jnj,an Cnn be bought
)lcro nt Bmj, n rcasonablo llgure,
I , .
nocm tuc ampa-hm
i ui Uiv I nu unmi niwii,
flnrloq K NotlQV and OtllOIS
blluri .b i INUUUy illiu Ulliuto
Plan Meeting at Aala
Homo Bulers nro propnrlng for a
Charles K. Notley, raiidldatu for nep
egato to Congnms, and boiiio of tbo
lending local member" nf tlio parly,
.will launch tlio territorial nnd county
cnmiiulgn. I'liuis nro now being for-
mulated by tho county cotumltteo
In view of tbo Inrt .hat Huvoial Ho-
publican candidates have been en-
doisul by tbo Homo Holers, mime, or
them may bo culled upon to opcak ut
; . Shipping
" ADDITIONAL 8MIPPINQ Oil' PAOE EIQHT,
f WATEflFRONT NOTEB 1 PABBENQERB DEPARTFD""t
I !! - u I i. I I .! ! - MM . dM
IX) I.KAHN lhln,ts Is why Vice I'rr-
nldent pud tlcnernl .Mnuiiter It I1
Hilnu'tln of the I'actne Malt Company
la rtaMtiR su lonx In the Orient, nnd
according to reports which have ninui
fKilit the Knr Hast ho knows now witno
of the reasons why Iho T K. K, lino Is
tnoio impiilnr with tho traveling pup
tic than tho 1'. M line.
Ho knows that passengers dti not
appreciate traveling mi Kteamern that
me nut run for tho comfort nf tho
traveling public, according to reports
Around tho Grand llolel In Ynko
hamn, tbo Oriental In Kobe and In tho
CIiiIh he has Icainod that travelers
appioolntc being nblo In get breakfast
In bed, for Inslnnce, without n doe
tor's certificate that thoy nro III. Also
that many llkn drinks perved In their
staterooms, nnd further returning tra
velers from the Orient in many cases
prefer their own stc-imer chairs of
rnltan or seagrnss, which they can
buy luallpngkong falily chcaiitn those
uiicomiorinoir ones iuiiiisueiini n itoi
lar per by tho Pacific Mail In tho
past no passenger could hivo a chair
of bis cwn on deck but must uso nun
of tho cnmpani'a paying for tho prlvb
II In nmv limlnrfilnn.1 Hint QlnvPrln
vv) rovok Bojpe, of I lip nlinniloitfi jir
den which hnvo hcenln force, those
mentioned nlrpady, and others niout
ship's omqers mingling with tho pas-
Tho, sklpjierp tliemiehcs wejo tho
only onei who were aupposcd to talk
to passengers except In the saloon
during nral hours.
Schwerln hna been spending somn
time In tbo Orient and will remain
wiero lor soverni weoKi moro r turn
lug to tho Coast the latter put of tbo
year nfter making n thorough Invfstl
Cation of conditions Oriental nnd It
Ii lumored that tho obnoxious rules
will lis rovokrj.
ACCOItDINO TO tho San Fran
cisco Chronicle, the steamers Mlo-
vvera now Mnltnl' and Aorangl,
two pioneers, of tho Canadlan-AuB
trnllau Hue, whPJi arc to bo put In
torvlco between New Zealand nnd
San Frnnclsio, hy way nf the South
Sea islands, nro bejug overhauled nt
Wellington. Tho first steamer to
leave San rrnnclsco will bo thq Ao
rnngl, scheduled to dopart November
lp, Thq Aornugl will Icavo Wel
lington for thq Oolden ante nn Oc
lolier 22. calling at Auckland, Pa
pecto nnil llnrntnngd on' I'o'nle, Thq
Aprnngl Is n sten.mer' of I2CS tons
register, und'ls 38 feet long, with
good passenger accommodations, Tho
'new lino supersedes tho present Wel
lington Papeete Bervlce, whoro con
ncctlnn with San 1'ianclsco hnB been
mndo with tho Oronutc comiiapy's
steamer Mnrlpoia. While tho JJarl
posa will (ontlnue on the San Kran
Cisco and l'apeotiv run, th6 new lino
will i tin Independently clear through
from Auckland to San Francisco,
The tlmo for tho run will bq twepty
TIIH STi:AMi:il Itlvorslde has lln
Ishcil her charter with tho Alaska
Steamship Company, nnd has been
turned bad: to her owners, thq
Charles Nelson company of this city.
Since June thn Illvorsldo has been
emplojed In carrying railroad ma
terial for the Copper ltlver and
Northwestern, from Seattle to Cor
dova. Ilpr place on the freight
ionic will bo taken by tbo now
steamer I.a Touche, recently, con
stiurteii nt tho Mornn yirds. I.a
TolirliQ Is a slstor ship of tbo Illvor
slde, having been mqileled niter her
In almost qvcry partrular, s. F
Cliroulclo. . .
l)i:ronr, A special stcamei vvjtb
mcdlqlnqs nnd a iiurso cotiht , roach
him nt Hllo jestorday James Slssons
secpnjl englnoor lu c'mrgp qf tbo work
or thq extension of Hlo Railroad died
of pneumonia. Tlio Maul In loqponio
tp n wlredeis messago from Dr. Irwin
nt Hllo was dispatched fop Hllo wll
mcdlcliicH nnd n nurso.iut four hoirfc
nfter tho steamer put to sen a wlrq
less was iccelved horo that tbo young
man had died. Tho deceased was him
In Hllo nnd was cducatod. In engineer
ing on tho Coast
AFTF.B Investigations by W, H. Bo
well and soundings and borings mndo
In Hllo hirhor It Is probablo that the
wharf to bo built by tho Hlln Itullrnad
Company will bo constructed mucl
oiiiifer o me snoro map was ni ursi
thousbt pn:"jlblo. If this Is decided
ilppu It will in away vMth tho lilt,;
nnpioach, Tho plana for thq new dock
ll bo subtiiltled to .Superintendent
qf Public Works within two wicka fo
TOMOllBQW Tll: schoonijr Flnur
enco Ward ownci by Commercial Pa
rifle Cnblo Company will sail for Mid.
way Tlio Waul Is taking supplies to
tho ralilo stntlon nt Midway and will'
sail fiom Fort street whaif dining tiio
TWO INTBIl ISLAND stenmrrs nro
duo tomorrow morning, tbo Hull com-
Ing Ip from Mnkaweli ami tho Clan
dine from MauL poitn, both being dut
lln tho early morning. ,
Per H K Mnlinn I.oa for Maul and
llnwnll isiita. Sept 27 -(' I J. Cslveit,
II Mi-Kane, Mrs, A l.lllid. J (Impur.
J, II Pairs, II. K. HeolPeld and wile
I. A (Juimsnii, Mrs J. 1), Pairs, C W
Ashford, .1. I. Colhuru, .1, Umbo and
,fnmll. A. Perelslrnus, C C, Cnlveil
l'or H, S. Klnnti for Kami ports,
Sept 27, W. F, Martin, a II. Pierce.
A. Perry, Mi ,1. Tove, J. K, Crockett,
Miss Cooke, Mrs, C, M. Cmiku
Per H. H, Mlkalmla, for Maul and
Mnloknl iorts, fjijnt. 27 A. Dowsctt,
K. I.ivv Hev J, Kqlilpl, Mrs F. I.,
Malts are cue 'at Honolulu
points is follows: r ,
From Yokohama Per Mongolia, Oct.
From Vancouver Per Maknrn, Oct.
rrom Sydney PerVMarama, Oct 14.
Malls will depart for ttte 'fo'lnwiui
points as follows:
San Francisco Per I.urllne, Oct. 4
Dlx nt Manila.
Logan on route toyIn,nila.jjx-,'.
Sheridan tinroutirfii 'ifomiliillrt from
Sherman nt San Fruuclsoo
ROMR TIMi: beforo Octobfil, ac
cording t() a San Francisco pajwr, the
llttlo tug Hercules owned hyr 8hli
Owner's nnd .Merchant's Tug Company
iwlll go to Portland from Brfn Fran
cisco and from I hat port undqrtako ono
of tbo hardest tows. whloUa Iiai over
htcn tackled by a tug of llkeslzo on
tho Pacific coait,r'Thef,taw-iConststg
of n lingo dredger '13j fecf long with
i40 feu of beam, which tho Hercules
will undcrtako to deliver at Pearl Har
bor Honolulu, for ths Standard Amo
rlcan (IrQdKlntt company. Tho dredger
Is being specially constructed ror work
on n ponlract the dredging company
bns tnkon to deepru Pearl hnrlior. On
a few occasion i tugs of the Hercules
class hnvo Invvod bnrgos to Honolulu,
but this will bo the first time Hint
such an unwlcldly cralt as a dredger
will ho sent out in charge of a small
WITH A FniClflHT rnlo or foity
conts per hundred pounds Hates and
Ciiciliornugh will soon Btnrl a steam
ship service from Sail Francisco to
Now York transferring height ncrosn
tho Isthmus. Heccntty this company
bns applied to tho. Harbor Commis
sioners of San Francisco Tor a wharf
With rallio.nl crmnectlona nud expects
the board lo take favor,ib!c action on
thp nppllcntlon. Tlio company will put
tbo three steamers Mackinaw, rieorrfti
W, Fonvvlck nud Stanley Dollar
In service between Hnn Franclseo
and Balboa, nnd tho Snn Mnteo
will bandlo tbo btiSlucsA on the Allan
tic side. On tho trip south from San
Francisco the only port of call will ho
San Pedro thus making quick time,
and cu tho Atlantic run Now Orleans
and Charleston will bo orta of calk
THK NEXT Pacific Mall llnor to ar
rive. In Honolulu from San Fmnclsco
Is the Manchuria which Ift'dne In port
early Monday morning. On this trip
Iho Mnuchurln'H cabins nio crowded
mostly with residents of tho Far Fast
roturulng from vucallnn. Captain
Dixon will ngiiln bo lu command of
the Manchuria on -th3 voyage his va
cation being for ono trip only, durim?
which tlmo Captain Snumlora was In
command of tho Manchuria.
Tr.N O'CLOCK waa tho sailing hour
of tlio Mauna Ken which got away
according to schedule. Tho vessel
took a lurgo number of passengers on
tbo piexenl trip nud hor 'cargo con
sisted of everything from sukl to au.
. n '
REAL ESTATE TRANSACIIONS.
Entered fcr Record Sept. 20, 1910
Eiom 10:30 a. m. to4 p m
Wllhelmlnu U itopfti and hsti'to'
Wllhelm Kuhlmuuti d
J K Kuannanu and.- wf ,tu gdn
of Francis II I Browu m
Lllluokaan Trust by tra f0 w
11 lloogs ,.,,, , j,
Alfied W Carter to J O, Young. .1' A
II C Coburu to vou Humui-
Young Co Ltd .,..'. ,1'. ,". .'. . ,c M
Mary A Porter by gdu tolMuiy
Lopes . ,, jjej
Trent Trust Co Ltd to UurtUa
Dower . . - !....' Uel
Trent Trust Co Ltd to Hiuinu
Holte! .... ,.,.,,..,,',... .uel
Oeorgo F Ilenshall' and""wf to
Trent Trust' Co. LtdVA,dd;f CIik
Ficderlck O Miller nud wf 'to
Trent Trust Co Ltd D
Ilobeit Loiigher to Trnnt Trust
Co Ltd ,.t if,,,p,v
Laura G (Been to Fiederlck O
Miller x', n
Entered for Recod, Sent. 27,1010.
' Fiom 0 a. nu t 10:30 a. m.
Annlo T K I'urln-f hy gdu to
l'aauhuu Sur' Plant ii Co L
cuds on silo it
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