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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II FRIDAY. SEPT. 30. 1910.
iTUE8DAYa . 1 .
Jlnnnll.ui 'llilnl l)rgrtc.
All visiting members of to
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting! of local lodgei
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' S, .
KNEFICIAL ASWIATIOH. Sm 'o
l HARMONY LODOE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
' Meets every Monday evening nt
i 7:30 In I. O. O. P. Hall, Fort Street.
L, E- HENDRY. Secretary.
v H. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
I 'All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. V I s 1 1 1 p K
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
. , VM JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE. K. It. S.
HAWAIIAN THIBE.No. l,lT0. R.'m'.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each Month at Knights of
Pythlns Hall. Vlnlttng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. L. EAK1N, Sachem.
H. V. TODD, C. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
llsretnnla nnd Fort streetB.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
w. n. niLEY. w. r.
VM, C. McCOY. Sec.
HONOLULU LODOE, 016. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 61C, R. P. O.
Elks, meets in their hall, on King
Btreet, near Fort, ovory Friday esvo-
nlug. Visiting Brothers nre cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUKOBL, Sec.
'.WM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. B,
a. of if.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Ilerotanta. Vlslt
jug brothers cordially invited to at
H. A. TAYLOR. C. 0.
Ij. A. JACODSON, K. R. S.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
r-grp CIQAR NOW Bo
M. A. OUNST ft CO. - Agents
( XVJJV4XUI J.
WttaMVIIJ Tin. anil TUtkel
? Xinc and Bethe).
" flhairi Now at the
UNION BARBER SHOP
NEW BAnBER A competent man
has just arrived from the Coast.
M, VIERRA Proprietor
Chas. R. Frazior
Phone 1371 122 Kinir St.
Players Resort to Fighting anil
One Town Man Is
A n lesulf of ii Hire little game of
baseball thai was played nl Walpnlm
n few Sundays nro there was n enso
heard In Hie isilicp court this morning
lliat caused hoiiiii ntmisctuout. When
the game n over nt Wnlpihu, II I
alleged ilini a bnticli of llnniilulii
ilnvers ami fans started In lo rough
house things gonerallv A Wnlpnhu
man nnineil Splllncr whoso father Ii
a pnllro ollirei nt the plnlititlnn. Is
alleged in hnvo assaulted a Itiinuliiln
cltlten named Santos The clt fel
low cut n lining up nnd IiIk face look
tar fmm gool een now, a week after
lonln Andrews apiipired for the
defendant nnd h - rough! t prove that
the Honolulu fans were a liuncli of
toughs who went ilown to Walpnlm
readv to bet on their team to win n-i
tltov had bioiiRht tlielr own umpire
along, and knew lie wag O K for
The eliince In the nw wan prin
cipal!) to ttiii effert that Mime nil
printable remark were intido bv both
Hides and that then tho argument was
renewed and fists w re rn nrtoil to
Judge. Atlilrade listened to the oil
detiee and to it r.ithof hoited nrgu
iilCIll between llnwn for tin prcvepcit
Hon and AudieWH for the dcfi'ne. und
then nnnoiiured thnt a decision would
bo given In the matter on Tuesday
57 YEARS OLD AND
ISJ-ATHER OF 34
Dedliam Cai pouter Has Mar
ried Twice and Has Had
Four Sets of Twins.
BOSTON. September 17 Joseph
A. Scars of No. 19 lllllslilo nvciui".
East Dedliam. is believed to hae a
paternity record which rami it bo
equaled In New England. If (no
where. lie is fifty-seven e.ir old nnd li.n
thlrt-fnur children. Including foil
sets of twins; twclvo of them nr-i
iillvo now nnd several lime hornet
nnd children of their own.
He has been married twice. Ho
had eighteen children by the first Mm.
Sears and the second wlfu has biought
He Ik n Canadian carpenter nndh.ii
been In this State about twelve earc
Ho wan married when seventeen yean
When n Boston American reiorter
talked with .Ml Seats ho w.ik building
a nix-room addition to his dwelling
"I need rxtni toom for in fniull) "
ho said, "and I am going to glo them
nil I can. I Mko ehlldien I was fond
of them when I was a boy I liked to
pla) with other people's children lie
foro I had any of mj own I have.
had some trnulile In bringing up mv
famllv When )on hum rhlldreu ou
must expect sickness In jour home
Sometimes I was out of work But I
ulwnH m.iuagi-d to gel nlong innl the
only thing I r ok let Is that all my
children nro not alive now
"I never saw' a tlmo when my chil
dren did not hnvo plenty of food nnd
a good home. I have had to wink hard
to provide for them all. but It was n
pleasure to nio to work foi mv fnm
"My joungest child Is n four-months'
old boy I tell )ou It Is n ploasuio for
mo to get hold of that baby and plnv
wlth him when I get tliiough work
When n man bus n largo famlh ho
docs not spend his money fonllslilv
Many couples nro selfish. They will
not hnvo children because, tliny want
nil tho money to Bl'bd on theniKole4
and nro not willing to glvo up any
lilenpure But I nevor felt that wav
I hao heard peoplo say to mo, 'You
ought lo be ashamed of yourself to
hao so ninny children' But I nlwnys
toll them I'm glad of It. nnd Hint I cm
hold my bend higher than somo of the
Yankees urniind hcto who linven t got
Tho Industrious rnrpenter from Cn
inula picked up one of his children, u
girl named Allen, nnd bvt.in to fondlo
her with pride
"I would not sell Dili rhlld," ho
said, "for n.11 tho money In the world
What Is money worth to n man who
has no ihibl of bin own to kiss and
hug? I pit) home peoplo who hnvo
no children They nro old before Ihelr
tiCH', The hne no ono to work for
"Wliv, J think of my ehlldien with
ovory nail I dilve 1 think I am do
lug It for tip in. The) aio my foituni1
It Is belier to hruo Miciu than to luno
money When you h.ivo a lurgo family
)ou never grow old. You play with lit
He ones and ihoy keep you young 1
am tho father of thlio-foiir childioti
and hnvo had four sets of twins. But
I'm so young that I run on Labor Day
In the flit men's ruc-o tit tho lliberuluii
picnic nt Oakland drove heiu In Kaat
Dedliam I'll bet vou tbeio aio few
:iioii of my ng" as sniitig as I urn "
I'liend When )ou inn oviir a hog
In a joiintiy mail what do )ou do?
Motorist -Thank himveii that It wai
not a pun n pl lie. Toledo Blade.
I Wri-Vlj Jlullrllu tl JUT iar.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Bulle-
t i n for n nickel is twice ns large
as the tablet usually sold for this
Autos, l per hour, Lewis Stables.
Bethel Street Uncle Slam: Phone
New Eastorn millinery Just received
Mrs I)c!d rson.
John t'olburn Is celebrating lib fit
tilth birthday toda)
It goes without snylng thnt overy
thing Is B-st nt Tho Encore
Dili's Louise Irwin, manicurist ha'i
opened pnrlors at C" Young llldg
Up till noon todav Ml nutotuoblles
hnd b(n leKlstereil nt Hie Killce itli
The Ilov al Acaileniv of D.inrlny will
give Its regular weekly dance this
.Makn, n llnwpllati. was fineil ill n'
the liollce (ouit this tiirtrnlnp for as
snnlt and batterv
For illstllled water. Hlro's loot
Beer nnd nil other popular drinks
King up Phone 2171. Consolidated
Tho Mutual Telephono To. requests
thnt everyone having trouble with u
telephone, whether tlielr own or some
one else's, loport roinptl) lo "o"
Wlllurd Brow u bus been appointed
n, member of the Bo-ird of Lb euro
CommUsloncrs'vkc Noruinti WiitldtiH,
resigned Mr Brown wns loruierly a
member of the board
Tin- Mutual Telephone Co icipiests
that nil Biili'crthers can tnllv exuinlne
the Temporar) Dheclorv. and inoil
In writing, to the olllee nn Ail mi"
Lane, any errois In muiioh or ml
flovernor Freir this morning an
nounced that he Iris iipp-ilnted V. C
I'ckart. dlixtor of Hie I l.i woliaii
Planters' Experiment Station, dep g-ite
from Hawaii to the eighth nitlonal
f 'hemic il Congics
Knmnll. n iintlvn, was glvm rlxtv
il'ivn at Asch's retreat this mornlim
bv Judge Audrailo; the man vvns
found guilt) ol havlnp stobn n fur
lined eo it He will ret n nleo blue
unllned garment fiom Host Ascli to
Aleck I.opir. who Is alleged lo hive
used tbie.itenlng langu.igo to his wife
seems to be up ngnlnpt It as ho no
sooner gets out of J.ill then slm gets
him In ng.iln lie will have to np
pear liefmo Judge Andinde tomoriow
moinlng and explain matters
Was Released on S500 Bond
But Was Re-Arrested By
I.alo last night .loo I'errnJI. Hi -.vculh
who haf three charges or high
wii) robber) and two of lareenv bang
Ing over his head, was allowed to ill
part under bonds of train He was also
under bonds of )nn through another
case of his which Is'pendlng In Hi'
However, FurrnJI was not long nt
liberty, for today at noon bo wns re
niiested by Sheriff Jarrett and book
ed for Investigation nt tho imiIIco sta
tion Theer nio said to bo several
other charges pending iigilnst l'err.iil
who h.n nlieady confessed to the Hi'
cenv of I wo watt lies and some cash.
In view of the serious crimes which
Ferrajl is charged with, and the fact
tlnitxlio can get twent) .venis on each
holdup case. If convicted, mail) people
mo commenting on Hie smill amount
nt bnll which was ret bv the judg '.
on the nppioviil of second Deputy
County Attorney lliown
BRIDE IN WHEELBARROW;
BRIDEGROOM ON RAIL
With Cowbells and Tin Pan
Music Friends Escort Now-
lyweds Through Town.
DALTON. (!n., Sept. 15. Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. F. Smith, a popular )Oinig
couple, members of prominent fami
lies, were given n unique wedding
celebration last night.
Their mnril.ige had beon expect-
ei', but tho coup'o decided to forego
n fashionable wedding and rte.il n
march on their friends, so going to
tho residence of n preacher they
weio man led. Their plans had be-
rome public, and ns they left tho
mlultter's house they weio greeted
by neatly two bundled fi lends. Tho
bride was put In the wheelbarrow,
the bridegroom on n rail, and to tho
unite of (ow-bells ii lie) pans tho pro
ciusion wended Its wu'' through tho
principal streets of tho east side of
the city nnd to the liomu of tha
)oung louplo Then, after n hearty
cheer, they left.
A man soldom makes the same.
The smallest inhabited Island 111 the
woild Is the lock on which stands the
'IIipio Ilia) bo two sides to V('l'y
i,Heuil()li, bill usiiiilly one shle oven'
bnlitncus Hin (ithnr
Wick I) Hull I'll ii ii I'tr jiur.
Our New Phono
Cttv Transfer Co,
Japanese 'Storekeeper Lands
On Man As He Tries Safe I
l.ait night a Jipnii e uon't pper
lit Knkanko was n'Viikiutd b lie.ulim
n ni.lse that sonuile I vii.. rnulll.ii lo
lit in Ho cio.it out of bed nnd calllnu
Usin n frlenil to le n hand, went
suftl.v Into tho fio-it it his viol e
There, to his surpilse he saw n lln-w-nllau
bually at wmk in Ilm to wort,
the v iinbllintlon of a s-ife tb.it cm
t ilni'il some cash and eweli.v
'I be Japanoro nl once Jumped In and
fell on lop of the Intruder who pro
ceeibd to put up n nlff light for bis
lib rtv. Ills uisullniili were too iiianv
however, iuiil In a shoil time the ti.i
1 1 vi wns tied up like a "v't Illi cip
tois then rntlg up f u Hie pillee wng
on and in n short time the man was
linked iiji In n cell and bookod for In
At ting Chief Kil' it Is wnrslng on
the ease nnd Hi moiiilni' had the
Hawaiian up holme blm The nnn
will be cliaiged s'.inc llinc toili) and.
nllhniigli he did not ii't am hold of
valuables, the lireal.!ii- and ennilug
charge will htnnd
UNITED STATES RUBBER '
COMPANY SALES GROWING
Business Alieady Thit tv-Tive
to Torty Per Cent Largei
Than Last Year.
Ni:V YORK. Sept. 20. If J'nltcd
States Rubber shows for the fiscal
)car to end Malih HI next a bal
ance) for dividends approaching the
14 per cent, e.irncil on I he common
111 the late fiscal c,tr, Including, of
coiirie. Its equity In undivided earn
ings of tho subslilliuy companies, n
decided movement for common div
idends is like)). There Is u very
fair chau e that the lompaii) will
earn about this miioiint for Its $J..
000.0110 common stock this enr, as
gross sales already booked me '.',:
pei cent, to 40 per colli. In excfsi
of last venr nnd the jear ns a wluilo
pioinlses lo piodtue the largest vol
ume of gioss In the blBtor.v or tha
The single "out" 111 the situation
Is vvheie It hns been for two c.irs
the high cost of crude lubber and
the ver.v large Imonds to c.ury tho
no essary slocks of ciiidu rubber
whli h must he secured If the com
11.111.x Is to proteit Itself ngnlnst lib-
nniinnl flu tiintlons in the pilre of,
this lomiuodlt). Crude lubber has
declined lu recent months from $:i
to slightly less tliun 12 per pound, I
si nil per cent drop But Fnltel
States Ituhhcr, In spite or u 21 per
tent advance III the cost of rubber
boots nnd shoes. Is not asking fnr
lts footwear a pllco that correspond1!
. ........ .1..... t .1 n. ivillllll fltl'
111 Illllie lllllll !. I ill
crude rubber. The company has
been well stocked with lubber until
this summer, but between noxv' nnd
next spilng coni'ldernbli! purchase.)
of lubber must ho made. The linmo
dlatn pioblein abend of common div
idends, there-fen c Is thn probable
trend of ciude rubbor prices.
Kvery month Is, of (ouise. bring
ing I'ulted Stntes Hulihor neaier to
tho time when It will begin to get
rubber rioni Its own plantations. At
the earliest It must bo two )ears
nnd piob.iblv tlueo )n.irs before thn
Uiitt Indian plnnltitlons come Into
beailng, so that thn loiupany will
get tiny lubber fiom lis own trees.
Tho cieatlon of all annual supply
of is.nnn.ono to n,nuu.noo pounds
of rubber Is a slow process nnd It
must he at least four to live )tnii
before this goal Is obtained. It
does not neressarll) follow from this
that common dividends nro ns dis
tant as Hint
AT BOARD MEETING
The Toitltnilallloaidof liuiulgtailon
met this inclining fni n slum tlmo foi
Hie transaction ol somo loullno busi
ness. Asslslnut Scercl.il) Walker's
ioslgtintlc.il on account of piebsure ot
pilvalo business wns accopted and It
W. Kiaiiis appointed lu Ills pbic
With tho CNoepuou or tho npproval
nf some bills mid doaultoiy iJIsphssIoii
of plans llttlo cuno hufnip the lloaid.
Auangeiuenis woiei nuulo for thn do
puliation of u o tuple of Itinsl.ms who
mo ineiitull) ilirnuged Tho mentlng
toel.i) was tho first III tho new olllces
at Alakea and Murium sheets It Is
piobiblo that tho unxl nienlliig will he
held cm icuclpt of noun Irom A ,1
Campbell logardlni: I'oitugueso Imml
Number Will Be
(Jns, II, I.ovo)
ALL ROBES 00
NOT LIVE HERE
Boston Merchant Gets Into
Special Class In Shippiny
Sometimes Honolulu merchant me
crtlcl7cd for lax mcihods nnd rc.mt
ntteiillon lo Hi Interests or their (us
tomeis, but n particular case has cciino
to the attention or one ot Ilm local
intrthnlitB, fmm tho effete and lutein
in nt Hast showing that nil of Hie
' IIuIips" do not live In Hawaii A lo
enl wholesale homo recently cirdeied
of a Massachusetts firm n special lawn
mower for, n customer ami when this
maihlno. wag received bv the loca)
ineichanis, they weio stirpilscl to find
Hint In mi effort lo save freight and
expense, the SloMnn house saweiOthu
biindle or the lavvn niiwer. which, Is
n ver.v nocessnrv part or the niaclijne
Into thteo dirtorent plecei. Ill ofdm
Hint It might bo put Into one eive Jj
I This is quit? in keeping with n simi
lar Instnnco which tecently occurjeiil
w he i pin tho shipper making n spiral
coiiHlgninent unite out n nolo xtnlnt-'
that they had Included In the cnlOin
lrill puller, so that the box might IP
TO USE AIRSHIPS IN
Opinion of General Bums Aftci
the Expoi intents Made
C.ItANIiVlLLIIIIt.S, Franc p. Sept 17
Helierul lllllll. Freneb Mllllnti r of
War, und tlto entile tinny me enthu
rlastlc over the achievements o( the
ueioplaiies ami dirigible balloons
during the military maneuvers vthlch
The uillltaiy expeits me iinuultnoiis
111 the opinion that the nil' machines
arc destined not only to piny an Im
portant lole in future wins, hut to
gieutly inodlfs If not revolutionize
iirmy strutcgy. Ilcuceloith It will bo
almost Impossible to conceal the po
sition and movements ol troops nnd
so will bo eliminated piacllcally 'the
spiprlso Hank operations which hnvo
decided so many critical battles
Itegardlng the relative merits of the
aeroplane and the dirigible, opinions
differ, but the consensus of opinion
up pea is to he that as each supple
ments the other, u comblniitlon ot
both Is nccnsi-ui.v. The noroplaiici
demonstrated Ih supeilorlty lu tho
nialier of speed, Invulnerability, Inde
pendence ol wind nnd weather, while
its portublllt) uvolds the necessity of
housing, but lit the same time, the ex
cessive speed of tho lunchlnc Is n
diiiwhnik, us It makes observation
fmm them uecessmllv vague while
fleeting Twice during tho maneu
vers, Ceueial Miinler, commanding
the third corps, wns compelled to send
a pilot of nn iii'iopjaiio back over
the scouting Held to obtain more pic
else Infoi illation
E. M. WATSON IS
AFTER REAL FISH
Let tho Campaign Go;
Izaak Walton Toi
I', M. Walsoii, one of thn moU
"ouragioiis or the "untei rilled," Is
going llsblng tomorrow.
This simple announcement has a
world of meaning behind It. In
fin I, It Is Attorney Watson's declar
ation that hu will vindicate his rep
utation ns nn Isaak Walton heroic
any Jui or his pccis In tho Teirl
tory. A few iln vi ago Mr. Watson went
llnlilug. He chosn that part of the
IMclllc Ocean which lies off Diamond
Head ns the spot for his miraculous
haul. Ho was mined with every
thing fiom halt to boat hooks, and
prepared to catch an.vthlng fiom a
II) lug llsh to a whale,
Mr. Wntnin ciulscd nioiind lu an
c pen boat for hours, exposed to all
tho sunshine that fell lu the vlcln
It) ot Diamond Head that day. Ha
caught Blxt)-llvo squill u liichoi of
sunburn, dlstilliuled over vnilous
pints of his Democratic anatomy,
and two small fishes.
It hint Attorney Watson to waste
his pisiatoilal emeiglcs on two such
Inioiisldurnblo denUens of the deep.
So he decided that the next time ho
went Ilshlug hn would come ba'k
with enough to put thn King street
m,n Ket out of business.
Tomoriow he Is going down to lln
lelwa, accoiupinled bv W. II Bab
bitt of the Sugar l'l.iuteis' labor btl
ic.iii, und when the two eomn back,
they expect to iiinkn the Japanese)
canipnn Meet loolt like thirty on,
I ADDITIONAL 8HIPPINQ ON PAGE EIGHT., ... )
WATERFRONT NOTES 1 PA88ENQERS BOOKED
i I v
THAT HAOtlAnE Inspection of pas-
BciiKcm coining Into llouolulii from
Han hr.incisco or other coast ports'
will ever bu ordered Is ro near thoj
lini .islblu ns to bo almost ridiculous,!
iii-i-uiiiiiiK in muse wen iiiioiiiieu in
Hie m.UK r
Tho talk that opium Ii coming In
fiom the coast inn) be true, but If It
hi coming from that dliectlou lnitead
if Horn dm Orient It Is not gdnernlly
conccnled in tho Inggago of cabin pis-
sctrgeis arriving here liom
'"I" nxiii C"al.l)
It Is known that one lime Collector
Stneknblu pmiiosed to Wnshlugtnn nil
thclrltles Hint the baggago ot nil per
rons coming irniii court pons be ex
nmlned licro the same ns that from
lotelgn poitp, but tho Treasury De
pirtiiient decllnod to permit It nnd tho
rerusnl was stated In nn iminlstnknblo
It was held at thnt time thnt pat-
Renders coming hnip nom coast ports
should no mote bu subject to baggagoj panv b) the American ship Falls of
examination than tlioso coming to San Clyde The t'bde sailed fmm Lnu An
Francisco horn Poitlnnd, or to New! gelcs of September 15. arrived off port
Oilcans fiom 'New Yoik ) Into vestenlny, and Is now discharging
With Hie pieien high pilcp. of nt railroad vvhnrf.
opium In tli local market It would bo.
a piolllablo business If the dope could TKN PASSF.NOF.US arc nliea.ly
lie) taken from Oriental ste.-miers III J boiiked on tho Manrblirjn vv)i!i will
Snu Francisco and brought to llono b,iII fiom Honolulu for IlongfinnK via
lulu cm other vessels, but If this vveto! ports of call next Mondii) In thu.nltc-i-done
It Is uioiellkelv that It would be'ncsiii Tho Manchuria will (.lite but
doiii ,l() crews or the vein's them
telvei who could seo cisy money In
It ns long ns they were not caught
rather than bv pneengen traveling In
the cabins of tho vesseli.
To make Hie business profitable for
a perron to engage In, It would -lie
necessnry ror me poppy prouuci co no
bioupht here lit large quantities, nnd
thnt this could bo dnno by any person
mgiil.irl) without exciting Hi" suspl j
clous of customs mm i unlikely
WIIICN IT became known that the
two llneis llubl nnd Znfiro of tho
china Mimlla Steamship Conipany ply-
In gbetwpen Manila and Hongkong
weio to be trnusfeiieil to tho Alitor!
cm ling In order that Ihc) might call
al mine than one pmt In the Philip
pines thn niaikct pilcp of tho slock
of tb com pa n.v more ihnii doubled
The llneis will change to Ameilcnii
ami Filipino crews instead of BiIHpIi
i lilt eis mid Chinese ciews which hnvo
mmiueil litem In tho past mid tho
mutes will bo extended so ns to inako
tlueo ports lu tho Philippines, Manila.
Cebu and Hollo Instead of i mining on
ly between Manila and Hongkong ns
111 the past.
INTKItNATIONAL congiess of lev
men In session nt Copenhagen last
mouth advanced tho proposition or a
wotldwlde stilke to onfniee ceikiln
demaiiils of tho men The Hciiumi
delegnllon nl the congress nbjccto.1 to
nils plan but the delegation fiom
Client Biltalii said that tho seimenof
the win Id had niiiiiv grievances whle'.i
must be sol right. Tiny served no
lle c Hint II the oilier delegates did not
glvo eonnteiniice to I he demand they
would lelurn homo nnd urge n gen
rial strlko or all BiliMi seamen.
.i..vi vvi.i.ix win lie a nusy ono
lu Hie shlpilng vvoi Id or Honolulu a
theie will bo two ihlps In rrom lip
coast, two from the Orient nnd ono
snlllng tor tho coast during the first
four dnvs of tho week
Tho wecdi stnrts In with tho Mnn
churln m riving Monday from Sail
I'iniielscn, Tuesday Ilm Wllhelmlmi l
due fr.om San Fianclscn mid the I.ur
line sajls for that isirt. Wednesihy Hi
Sheridan may arrive from Manila and
Thursday tho Mongolia Is duo from
. CIMJISLIt IIKDFOUD of tho Brltlsli
Asiatlo lleot went nshoro off tho coast
of Korea cm Auguit 23 nnd could not
be lollonled Hongkong ail vices of
tho rollowlng da) stnto that all efforts
to limit the ciulscr weie niiavnlllug
mid that tho hull would have to hi
lert em tho rocks nrter stilpplng and
dlsmnntllng lim( been finished
TAItflHT PItACTICn nt Lah.iina
is the puipnso or the piesent cinlso of
tho leveuuo eiiltor Thells whlth left
tlueo days ago. Tho vessel Is lo do
i Hid practice noar Uiluilnn ami will
letiiin lo Honolulu toinoirovv It is ox
NKXT SAILINOS of tho American
.Hnwnllnn fiolghters fmm the Sound
for Honolulu will hu tho Vliglnlan on
()clobfr I. tho Mexican on October 12
and the Missniirlnn ou'Oclobor 2S nil
those vessels coming illicit to Mono
. Till? FI.MIHKNCi: Waul silled
yesleiday for M,vvny with supplies
of illffeient kinds for tho cabin shun.,,
ut Hint .Island, among them iVIng n
iivw supply in reconis ror thn phono
graph lu tho quartets of tho oneia-
THIS AITKKNOON al flvo o'clock
Illi: ONLY sloniuo, lh. Inter , ""Sj"" w '' eurryliig
Ulnu.1 seivlcn ,l8 , , ', ', ' v '" " l,10," """ "f you." big brother
Is tho MI....U Ken wblc, wH mo In '". v "". "''.. W""' ""y"W'" re,0r'
ftom llllc, aa,). ly day t0mu ttt,f M'r'y.("lhey won't aplll out wbeu
Per 8 S Manchuria for Oriental
polls Oct 3 -.Mrs. N II llojt'O M
Nelll Miss Mnrlon Mill, C C 'A)ei
V I. Ilocck nnd wife, Mrs (1 OI-m
cut. A. F. Pflffner, Bishop Honda, A.
MOIli: THAN 100 iiinseiiKerl will
tiiv n,iu ,.. i,,. m, i.in,. xii,n
steamer Mongolln when that Wei
s8 for San Francisco on Saturday
HCXl VVPCK Tie .XIOIIKII II HOW
en route lo Honolulu from Yokohnm i
nnd Is bringing 2.200 tmn of Omenta'
freight for dlschnigo heie. the largest
height biotight by one steamer tor
inanv uinnths. It Is expected that the
vessel will arrive 1'rhlay mid will te
main ovtr night to discharge tho largo
OIL AMOUNTINO to ,18 600 liarrols
nrrlved this inornllig-cduilgnpil to tie)
Pncir.c Oil und Trnn'poitntlou' Com
little cargo fmm Honolulu
Tin: MAUI sails tomoii
noon for Kohnlalelo mid pints taking
ll Kcnciiii carKO.
"-S DOCTOR COOK
GONE BACK NORTH?
A Danish Captain Thinks Hd
Is On Way to Ltah With
l3railoy for His Records,
COPKNHAOF.N. Sopt. ,1B. The
Danish government steamer llause
gede nrrlved hero today with the news
that John It. Bradley, the financial
backer of l)r Freddie k A. Cook'n
ninth pnlnr expedition, was on his
win- to Utah to secure the much tulk
cd or records and Instruments which
Conk has snld that he lc.lt nt Hint Hs
klmo settlement on tho northwest
roast of flreenlaml The captain ol
Hie stemner thinks that Cook Is with
llrnelley, but glvps no particular ret
urn fur this belief Tho H.iusegedrf
which l th,o vessel upon which tho
exploier traveled to clvlllrallon nfter
his exploit In the Arctic n )ear ago,
fell In with n yacht at (loilhiivcn, u
Daubh srttlement on tho south coast
of Disco Island. Greenland, npel In
the course of exchangos between tin)
masters learned that Ilrtnlley was
nboaid the other craft
The polar hunt promoter ndmlttod
his Identlly and expl.ilnod that he was
bound for Ktnli to recuver whatever
had been pit thoro by Dr Cisik Hu
ipfiiseil, however, either to iliny or
cenfitm tho roisiit that ho was acconi
panjed by tho explorer.
The government vessel also brings
the Information that two missionaries
who nro working mnong tho Ksklmos,
also accompanied Cook on his ex e
dlllon say that the Ksklmos Insist
that the doctor reached tho north pole
as ho claims prior to Its discover) by
It Is definitely known that Dr. Cook
left Santiago do Chllei tin Maich 1 last
tor Buenos Ayres. Subsequently he has
been roporled In various places
throughout tho globo.
MORE OPIUm'fOUND ''
BY CHIEF KEI.LETT
Dono Wa1; Unstamped So
Matter Was Turned Over
Acting Chief Kellett made n haul
of opium last night vvhnn ho sent
an luroimer out vlth a maikod half
dollar to purchase some or the poppy
Julie The spy went to a store and
thero procured two-bits' worth of
thn ill earner's delight. ICellett then
dropppil in and found tho marked
enln In n drawer. 'Another moment
and somo unstamped opium was dls
lovered under some bags ot beans.
As thn unstamped dope came
under tho Jurisdiction or United
Stntes Dlbtrlct Attorney llieckons. In
was telephoned tor nnd was quick
to nrilvo at Kellett's olllee.
Thn defoiulant, whoso nnniB Is
Cheung Tuck Pol. claimed that ho
was not responslblei ror the opium
and that ho was simply acting iib
tho executor or a dead man's will.
Thlii stoiy may, or may nut, bo trim,
but. nt iray rato. It Is up to Ureckons
Thn whole family wiis plcVtliig
hliii-kunrrlPHi but Mtfrty, the ytjiing-
est, was not filling his bucket. Two
I of evir" three ben leu fniuni ili..lr
, ,. , ' ' '" '"" mat,
"aid, 'so I won't ImvH to euirv t
snld, "so I won't Imvn to cmrv them