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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T I!., TUESDAY, OCT. 4, 1910.
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TUESDAYS ,u ,f
Oceanic- Viral Degree, ,f
linnnllan Stroud Degree.
All visiting members ot tb
Urder are cordially iDTlteJ to
attend meeting! of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
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HAEMONY I0DOE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet evory Monday evening at
7:30 in I. 0. a F. Hall, Fort 8treot.
a It. HENDRY, Secretary.
It K. McCOY. Noblo Grand.
'AH visiting brother very cordially
OAHU I0TJGE, Ko. 1, K. of P,
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend."
k u WM, JONES, C. 0.
O. F. H2INE, K. It. S.
HAWAIIAN TKlBE,No. 1, 1. 0. B. M,
Meets ewy flrBt and third Thurs
days ot r,ich tsonth at Knights of
Pythias flail. Vlaltlng brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
' E. V. TODD, C. of R.
H0N0IU1U AEME140,' 3?. "OTe
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NE8DAY evenings of. each' month st
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
. Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at'
W. R. RILEY, W. P.
WM. 0. McCOY, Bee.
HONOLULU LODGE, G16, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 616, B. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
'''JAB. D. DOUGHERTY. E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec.
'WM. HoKJNLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening. at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
HnU. cor1. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
H. A. TAYLOR, 0. 0.
H. A. JACOBSON, K. R. B.
HAVE A KODAK
' With, jou and make a futiiro
pleasure ot the annoyances
of tbo moment.
. Kodaqs from $5 to $100
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
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FORT ST., BELOW HOTEL
I AETS AND CRAFTS SHOP
i . s Yonntr Hotel Buildine
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FILMS AND CAMEBA8
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JH POWDER Hfj
fffhijl mm&tuth Pf
BI5?g9fti5 MARLY WHITE FrutjmWh.
Hovr tho teeth do relish
They thrivo on it.'; j
EVA SWAN IS
Nurse of Dead Girl Charges
Medico With Criminal
A few das ago the II it 1 1 o 1 1 n,
through, un Associated Press cable,
announced, tho (Hiding of u girl's
ld, which had heen burled In tho
backnid of- a house In an out-of
the-wn district In San Francisco.
The "crime Is similar to a number
along tho same lines that have made
up a series of crimes for 1910 that
holds tho rciurd for unj )car.
Dr. Grant hag been arrested and
charged with rauelhg.tlic death of
Mlg-s.-Bwan through u-trlmlnnl oper
A version of tho irlmo Is given In
tho statement of Miss Mcssor
schmldt, who wob In the cmplo) of
Dr. Grant In tho cupacltj of nurse.
Following Is the statement of the
nurse: . .
''My name li Mn'rio Mcsscr
schmldt, and 1 live at 1293 Golden
Gnto nvenuo. On Siturdny echlng,
April 1(1,91910, Miss a Swan .or
2040 Scott strjC-vas operated on
by Dr. Robert' Thompton, known ns
Drt Grant, aAd enrno liack vtbo next
day, Sunday,rrj)r(fitrthcr treatment.
"Sho then left nnd camo back on
April 20 and complained of pains
nnd was put to bed by me. 1 wait
cd on""her as a nurse
''MFss Swan died about ten di.i
later and was put Into llr. Grant'u
trunk, ho, Dr. Grant, first sawing
tho legs off at the nnklo so that lye
might crush tho body Into the trunk.
"About 8 o'clock that ovcnlng tho
trunk was removed to 327 Eurckn
street by an cxpreusman and Wllllo
Saack, tho doctor going out to 327
Eureka street on a car. Ho staved
there all night, returning about 11 j
n'1n..1r ,tin .av, tiin.nliin n. lm .r
1V.1UI.IV MIU lit.. IllUWIIIIfe, n.ljlll fcU
mo that ho could not bury tho body,
becauso peoplo were wat hlng him.
"Dr Grant returned tn Eureka
street that night nnd stajed all that
night, 'omlng back about 11 o clock i
n. mn.nlni. Iln ftnt.l n.n Mini t. n '
IICAh lllUllll.ih. l.U .Mill ll.U .II..V flu
could not bury tho body In tho jnrd.
as It was a very bright moonlight
night, and he had to bury tho body
In tho basement under tho cement
"Dr. Grant snld It would never b'
found, ns It was an old house and
would never bo rented, nnd when I
asked him what he had done with
tho trunk he said ho had loft In It
"WIIJIo Saack told me that It was
a terrible, ordeal and worked ou his
mind, and ho would never help In
another one like that again."
Pnul P PnrKor, an Intimate
friend of tho murdered girl, and who
was supposed to be closely lonncct
cd with tho crime, has also been ar
rested and placed under investiga
tion. Over a dozen different people, who
are supposed (to know something of
tho crime, nio up before the police.
Olnf II. Gordon has mado a full
confession of tho attempts of him
self, William Saack and ono Plko tn
extort money from Dr. James Grant
ou tho threat to dlvulgo what thov
knew about tho doath of Eva Swan
Tho crime will bo glvon n thor
ough Bitting and all g'ullty partloi
to this crime will bo glvon tho full
extent of tho law, with a view to
putting a stop to this kind of work
by the electors of the Coast city.
PrcHldont Taft Is said to bo contem
plating tho appointment of Frunk 1)
Kollogg of Minneapolis ns sollcltor
genornl of tho United States In place
of tho late Lloyd W Bowels
Aclolph 13. Henry, tolcgrnph oper
ator Illtzvlllo, Wash , has been ar
rested by tho Federal authorities on it
cbargo of robbing tho malls It Is
cald ho admits getting ?5000
Iicon II Marcher, urrostcd In Nor
way lifter a long search, hati beon re
turned to New York. Ho Is charged
with stealing ? 1,900 from tho Mnrwi
Iron vvnrki of llrookljn
A prohibition calu for Cameglo
Technical students Is soon lo bo op
ened by the W. C T. U. In 1'lttsburg
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Bulle
tin for a nickc) is twice as large
as the tablet usually sold for this
Autos, $4 per hour. Lewis Stables.
.Tared G Huillh nf the Konn Tobacco
Compnn), la in town.
It Kues wnii ola saying that every
thing Is Best at Tho Encore.
A new stunt every day at tho An
chor Saloon, Nuunnu md King,
There will be n meeting of tho
Doard.bf SuporvlsoiB this evening nt
If you want a good Job donn on an
auto or carriage take It lo Hawaiian
Carriage Mrg. Co. 427 Queen St.
Deputy Sheriff Charles Hose Is ul
icady an expert chauffeur, nnd he can
now handle his mnchlno In great
Pay cash an I ask for groen stamps
They're frco Cntl at the show roottis
and see what you get frco for
Mrs Thos A O'Brien Is visiting her
family on llnwnll and will .nut return
for two weeks. Mr O'llrlcn returned
on the Manila I.oa
Money deposited in the Savings De
partment of the Bank of Hawaii, Ltd ,
earns interest nt four and one-half
per ccift compounded semi-annually
W. P Fuller A t'o 's Pure Prepared
Paint link a high gloss finish and best
wearing qualities For sale hj Lett
ers A. Coolie. Ltd , 177 So King street
Charles Splllntr, who was charged
nlth having assaulted a Honolulu
baseball fan at Wnlpahu a week ago,
was found not guilty by Judge An
drndo this mmnliig and discharged
Think, how easy II Is to communi
cate with friends or business asso
ciates on steamers at sea or on other
islands I'llo jour message nt the of
flco of the Wireless and vour friends
have It Instantcr
The Smith-Premier typewriter, with
Its vlslblo writing nnd double key
board, possesses many advantages
that nro appreciated by tho up-to-date
business men Hawaiian News Co,
Ltd , Alex Young building
t' It. ircincnvvny was this mornliu
appointed by the Justices of tho Su-
picmo Court a member of tho Board
of Examiners for admission to Ilia
Bur. Attorney General I.lndsn) and
W. W Thnjor,nro thn other members
Two Convicts Become Involved
In Row and One s' Cut
There was Homo excitement out nt
Knplolanl Park this morning when
two Korean prisoners became mixed
up In a light in which hoes were used
as weapons It appears that tho gang
of prisoners from tho Oahu prison
wero sent out In chaigo of ofllcer
Swlrt and, soon after arrival at tho
park, tho men had their breakfast.
All went well for a while and tho
Miard did not anticipate, any trouble)
at all However, at ten minutes pist
eight o'clock two Korean prisoners
niuricii 10 nrgno auoui soineining III
their own lauguigo, and boforo tho
ru.mi1 htcamo nwnro ijint they weip
quarrelling, both or them grabbed hooa
nnd started in to do ono another up.
Tho guard jumped In and tried to
scparato Iho mm, but ono of tllpiu
mannged tn get a blow In on the head
of his opponent, and tho lattar sank
to tllo ground covered In blood
Tho police station was communicat
ed vvllh, nnd the patrol wagon, In
elnrgc nf mi officer vv'as sent out to
tho jiar'ir. Tho gang guard had se
cured the Korean who assaulted the
other man, nnd thn tun woia put In
Iho wagon nnd taken back to tho jail
where tho Injured mnu was nttended
McCandlcss Afraid; Oahu Dem
ocrats Will Get From
Upder His Thumb.
Boss McCnudlecs has cut his Maul
tour short mid Is coming homo by
tho Clauillne, arriving tomorrow
Tho toports that Mi Cnndless hus
been receiving from Honolulu have
upset him very much. He Is repre
sented as bolng highly excited, over
tho situation that has developed
hero III town, as each mall and tho
wireless havo tarried to him news
of the desertions from tho Demo
untie rnukB and his Immigration
Just what will be doing when the
Hots nnlves b not clear, but hn will
devote his undivided attention tn
patching up tho Domocintlc fences
and getting the campaign on Oahu
Our Now Phone Number Will De
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CM) Tinnsfcr Co.
, ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAOE EIGHT.
TALKED OVER LONG
DISTANCE LAST EVENING
SHIP WAS 1400 MILES FROM HONOLULU - CARGO,
MAIL AND MANY PASSENGERS ON BOARD DUE
Fourteen hundred miles was tho
distance through which Iho opTitor
on tho Oceanic steatuci Sierra talked
with Honolulu last night IiIt ppsltlou
ii eight o'c'iick being 700 miles off
San Francisco lightship
According tu the leport received bj
the agents h-ic Iho Sleirn Is still po
pillar as1 ever her pissengcr list on
the piCscnt trip amounting t neail)
one bundled jicrsoiis of whom 76 nro
qthln and 20 arc In tho stecrago lie
emu inocht Ions.
The vessel Is bringing 2,928 tons' of
general cnigo Included In which nro
six au'omobllos Tho regular amount
of Wells Fargo Express ackages aro
on board and a mill consignment ot
118 sacks for Honolulu.
Captain Hnudl''tto repot ts all well
northeast winds, and long westerly
swell nnd wcnlhcr overcast but clear
Tho Sierra Is duo In port hero on
Friday morning at di light apd should
tlo up to her dock b seven o'clock
Tho following wireless message has
been received 'lis Iho Agents from the
S. S Sierra bound for Honolulu:
S, S, Sierra at Sea, 8 in Oct. 3,
1010: 700 miles from San Francisco
Lightship Moderate N. E. winds
Long westerly swell WeVhcr over
cast but clear. Ilaromctcr 30;40. Air
01 All vvoll "G cabin pisicngojs. 20
steerage passengers. 2928 tons cargo
6 automobiles, ns sacks mall and
Wells Fargo Express.
Interesting Information Is nt hand
In regard to.,Jho ship subsidy pro
v tiled by tho Japanese government
at tho beginning of the present jear,
under which a ship Is granted n cer
tain fixed amount for bIx years.
From that time the amount gradu
ally decreases until' tho ship Is fif
teen jcars old, when all government
nld is withdrawn.
Tho ship subsidy law as promul
gated by tho Japancso government
provides for tho usslstame of stenm
rhlp lines running to North and
South America, Europe nnd Austra
lia. This liw went Into efTect .Inn
nary 1, 1910. Under this law gov
ernment aid may bo given at the
option of tho company for six jcars,
at which time tho fund gradual!)
decreases until the vessel Is fifteen
ears old, when tho nsslKtauco Is
wlthdiavvn ontlroly. Coasting scr
vkd In the Far East aro not arfect
ed by tills law.
Thcro aro 'Curtain conditions Im
posed upon tho beneficiaries: Shlpa
,11111st tarry mnro than half of their
maximum load; the Department nt
Communications' must he furnished
with Information regarding freight
and passenger rates; a wlroless tel
egraph outrit must bo installed (this
at Japanese government's expenso);
prnpey terminal facilities, such as
piers, warehouses and lighters, must
bo provided by tho subsidized com
Great Britain held first plnco In
tho amount of tonnage entering the
port of Yokohama during tho jear
1900, vvllh a total of 1,299,371 tons.
Tho United States .was second, en
tering In all 39f,li01 tmiB.
A new customs regulation has
been in force since April 1. 1909,
chui'glng from one-Half to 1 rent for
cacli 600 pounds, or 10 cubic feet,
per day during which goods aio
Kept In storngo for any period ex
ceeding 48 hours.
Freight rates oil the Paclll- Coast
In 1909 dloppod ns low us $1 por
Ion for some classes of cargo, owing
In the lirrcased freight service on
the Pacific loutcs. In addition to
tho unmet (urn linos previously estab
lished, a monthly Vcivlto to Paget
Sound has been eetubllshcd In con
nection with thot Chicago and Mil
Inouguiatlng tho new nxpicss ser
vice of tho Pacific Malt Compiny bo
two'n Sim Francisco and Now- York;,
via tho Isthmus cf Paii'iuu, tho steam
cr Pennsylvania, Captain J W. Saun
ders, will sail on October 18th for
Ancou laden with a large cargo ot
general Height. It will ho tianshlp-
,pod at Aucon to thi rompanj's steam
v ii iiiu aiiiiiiiic uiiu win no lauip'ii
In the Eastern metropolis within a
month. Tint Pennsylvania's cargo will
Include 3500 cases of now salmon, jooo
(Jae. 11. Love)
liixrela of wlno ami 10.000 cises of
dried California fruits in addition to
Hip Pf nns Ivnntii llin utnitnnru Pllv
(of Para nnd Aztec will operate In the
now tlirougli rielglit seivlco lo Aucon,
n vessel being dispatched every Alteon
(1.1 8. v
The Pacific Mall Compqny has pindc
an nfllclal announcement of Its new
Mliedulc for tho Panama ruli liTitcad
of tho weekly sailings. In Iho .futuro
a slejinor will bo dlspn'chcd ovcry
ten das, cirrjlng freight nnd passen
gers, which will make the customary
Kirts of call. Tho vessejs In this scr
lcr will bo Iho Aenpulcn, San Juan
P.inntnn Newport. Peru, San Joso nnd
City of Sdnej The Anpuleo, lov
ing on October Gth, will Innugitratc
the now pasrongcr nnd freight ser
vice Tho steamcis Pcnnsjlvnultt,
l'nr.i mid Aztec have been selected foi
'ho direct freight service lo Ancon
sailing every flrtrcr! daS.
First Ship Sails.
Bates and Chescboiough dispatched
Ihu steamer Stanley Dollar from San
Franclreo on Saturday bound for An
con Innugiirn'lng tho now service bo
tvvecn Sail Kiailclsco. Now Orleans
CharK'stcn nnd Now York via the Isth
mus The steamers Mackinaw and' George
W. Fcnwlck nio tho other two steam
ers which the company-will operate In
their exprc38 freight service between
tho west const and Panama.
James Iluddcrn for man.v jenrs with
Pacific Mnll Company holding tho po
sition of chief officer of the Korea nt
tho time he left the service, ami after
ward coming lo Honolulu on tho Lur
line as chief o Ulcer has guno to An
con to take chargo, ot tho stevedoring
for Bales and Cheseborough.
Curllne Back to Sail.
Just ahead of the Wilhctmlna emu
lug In fi oui San Francisco the I.ur
lino ot tho same lino camo Into the
Inner harbor this morning arriving
Just beforo six-thirty,
Tho Liiilluo comes back from Ka
liullil and Hllu and mado fust to Hack
fehl wharf to take on tho remainder
or her cargo for San Francisco for
which poit she will sail this evening
nt six o'clock
Upon arilval at tho coast tho Lur
lino will go Into tho dock for repairs
and rellltlng being off tho urn for ono
trip Her place will ho taken by the
llllonlm whlih unhid In San Fran
cisco from Hllo on Sulurdiy.
New Steamer In.
On her way from Belfast for tho
Sound, where she will go Into sorlce
for tho Union Sleanuhp Cmitpanv,
tho nqvv Btcimnr Chcssnlkce, Captain
St.ukey, camo Into San Francisco.
September 19 to replenish her fuel
supply Captain Starkcy reported nn
uneventful run of eight -two days
fipm thq Irish por' via Montevideo
and Callan ' o Chcssalkco Iri of 174
Ioiib leglstci, 128 feet long, thirty two
feet beam and fouiteen feet deop. Sho
canlos n crow of sixteen men and
can steam twelvo miles an hour. Tho
vessel vyas built at Dublin
As the result pf a comprnmlso of
the claim for Iho stranding ot tho Bri
tish steamer Oj morlc nt Komutl Point
May 10th, tho vessel has passed out
of tho hands of Andrew Weir, and is
now owned by (he underwriters Tho
Oj merle was Insured for 1170,000, and
Iho undci writers compromised on an
arrangement lo pny tho rompanj
$140,000 and lako thn steamer. Tho
Gymoilr when in the s'rvlco if Iho
Airtrnlli-n Mnll Hue between this port
and the colonics, wns well known.
When tho stenmor stranded bIio was
on route fiom the Orient lo New York
with a cargo valued nt moro than $1
Com to Scrap Heap.
Purlin,' tbo wtede of September ii
orders I cached Port Tnwiisoud to Bell
nt auction tho quarantine ship Ionb
wlilch has boon used for jeurs by Mar
ne Hospital Service there Much sei
timent attaches to the matters hp
cansu iho Jonlci was rurmcrl) iho wai
chip linquola, which went nut of oini-
mission ilfteen years avjo, following
which tho hulk was dismantled nnd
rolibed ot Its evidences of! former
glory. Tho Iroquois belonrfo.1 lo Far
regut's fleet which forced lis way up'
the Mississippi to Ntw Orleans lit'
1802, Through a misunderstanding of
her oiders Iho Iroquois ran In-tn tho
Confederate Iro.iclnd Louisiana, wtjch
gave her n hroidsldo at twonly yards',
Tho Iroquois then ran straight Into
the flebel boat, which saved her. Be
lieving tho Ixiulslnnn wns to bo board
cd, the Confederals rushed on deck,
leaving their guns, and tho Iroquois
For Revenue Service.
- It Is rumored Hint another ship will
be stationed hero for tho revenuo cut
ler Bervlco as the Thetis Is so slow
that It cannot overhaul an thing
which might be. engaged In'Binugglihg
The Idea Is mooted of asking for
nn old torpedo boat destroyer which
could easily overhaul anything In these
waters, nut u is unimeiy inni u would
he possible to get an thing of tho
A cutter which has snmo speed Is,
however, needed in these waters ac
cording to these conversant with the
work of tho service. The Tholls was
n good boat In her day being one ot
Iho stnunchest which ever bucked nn
Ico pack north of tho circle, hut sho
Is not tho boat for chasing gasollno
sampans In tho tropics.
Notice to Mariners.
SAN PEDltO HAnnOIl-CAL.
Notice Is hereby given thnt San Pe
dro Breakwater Light was established
Soptcmbct 14, 1910, on tho outer tend
of iho breakwater", San Pedro 'Harbor,
Tho light Is a fixed led lens lan
tern, 16 fett abovo mean-high walcr,
shown from a lamp box on top of tho
concrcto block at tho extreme end of
L. It, B. List of Buoys, etc. Pacific
Coast, 1908, p. 16
SAN FflANCISCO BAY CAL
Notice Is also given that about Oc
tober 1, 1910, 'San Antonio Crock Buoy
No. 1, n 2d clasB spar, will be perina'
nently discontinued. It being no long
er of use as an nld tn nnvlgntlnn.
I.. II h. List nf Iluojs, etc.. Pacific
Coast, 1908, p. 26.
It Is reported thnt arrangements nrc
under way for tho charter by tho Ca
nadian Mexican Pacific line of two
steamers now on the Atlantic const.
This line was recently organized to
Inko over Iho servlco maintained by
tho Canadian Mexican lino on tho Pa
cific. A subsidy of $50,000 a year is
given by tho Canadian Government
for the service,
Mauna Kea Sailed.
At the usual hour this morning tho
crack Inter-Island steamer Mauna Kea
pulled nwuy from tho Inter-Island
wharf on her regular trip to Maul
and Hawaii taking a largo number of
passengers and general cirgo. Thefo
wero tho usual number of lels worn
by depnr'lng passengers hut tho nb'
sence of Bcrger s band mado tho sail'
Ing or the vessel seem not Just right
or according to custom.
Wilder to Sail.
According lo tho report hiouvht In
by the Mniina I.cn this morning tho
American bark S. G. Wlldor would
sail for San Fianclsco tomorrow with
a cargo of sugar Tho Wilder wns nt
Mahukona when Iho Mniina Loa inns
cd nnd nt that tlmo had loaded 8000
sacks with tho prospect of finishing
her cargo and Balling Wednesday.
Mauna Loa Brings Coffee.
At eight-thirty tills morning the In-ter-Islnnd
steamer Mauna Loa arriv
ed J n Honolulu from ports of Mnul and
Hawaii bringing Island products nnd
livestock, Includo In tho general cargi
being n shipment of 2407 BiickM'of cofi
fco. The steamer had a pleasant trin
except encountering rain nt Koila. tlii
trip across tho channel being through
u smooth sea.
At Other Ports.
Tho bark Albert wns at Knllua tllsj
charging lumber ycjstoiday according
tn itho icport of tho Mauna Uia. It
vbh oxpccled at that time that tho
vessel would leavo that Krt on Satur
day for Kaanapnll. The Maul was ills
charging nt Paiiuhuu when seen by
tho Milium Loa.
Off to Trltco.
Tomorrow Iho Mutsou 'Navigation
Compaq's bark Andrew Wolch will
fsall for Son Francisco her hour of
sailing bolng set for tho morning. The
iWplch Is moored nt Mntsnu wharf an I
will sail fiom Ihoro tomorrow on her
trp to the const.
1 Tho bark Governor Itoblo,"ftom Se
attle for Now York via Tahiti, vva
spoken on September 17th oft lint.
Urns Tho noblo has had n long aiil
'tiylng passago to the cast toast, arid
nt times there vvnB considerable an
xiety concerning her.
Tho protected cruiser Charleston
under orders Issued at Washington
Soptombor 21, will bo placed out' ot
commission at tho Pilget Sound
(WiibIi.) navy jurd ou Oclnber 10th
next, or ns soon thcicatlcr as inuy i
Sugar Waiting. (
HoportB or sugan awaiting shipment'
lupiiglit lo pint today by the Maiun
Lo.i mo tu tho effort that ihero nro
Puiialiiii 225 Bocka'and Hoiunpo 6331
Backs ready to loul , , ,.
At nn carl hour this morning thy
oil steamer Snilta'Marln nnchorcd oft
port and waB hoarded at seven o'clock
by customs officials. Tho Santa Maria
brought n full cnrgd'bf oil from Port
San i.uls consigned jo tho 'local oil
' , m v'
Tho Chlncso Engineering ami Mln
Ing .Company, Limited, n British cor
poration under tho mnnngement of
Major W, . Nathan, R. E, has mado
tho first mOip toward invndlng tho
coast fuel fiolifc cuppoatdly controlled
by tho Western Fuel Company. On
September 2 tho Norv'eglnnj sloamer
Bark arrived from Chlngwangtao with
6000 tons of steam, fuel artel smcltor
coal and docked at pltr 36 iCho coal
was consigned by tho Chlne'so J.ngl
nccrlng and Mining Company to Its
local agents, Ernest J. Moss& Co.,.
Preliminary negotiations aro In pro
gress between tho Hnrrlmnn interests
nnd Kurt Wocrmsnn of Hamburg, Ger
many, nnd his associates for the es
tabllshmcnt of a German ' lino of
slcnmshlps botween Hamburg, Ant
werp and Tncoma, San Francisco nnil
Los Angeles, via Oriental ports. Thn
service. If inaugurated, will dtlptlcato
that now given to Tacomn by Bio Wolt
and Blue Funnel linos, oxcept that
Contlnctnl Instead 'of, English porlB
will form tho European terminals.
The new Whlto Star liners Olympic
and Titanic, now building nt Bolfast,
will bo ready for Bervlco In tho sum
mer and fall.,.jespcctlvoly, of next
car. Theso vessels will bo 860 feet
4 i ' ' ' ' " .i i j.
I ARRIVED ,;,, 1
Tuesday. Oct. 4
Stmr. vyiljiclmina, Johnson, from
San Frnncisrri, ' ' jjf
Slmr. Lurllno, Wccden, fiyim Island
liortB. , , (, r tjl,
Stmr. Simla Marin, from Port San
Slmr. Mnuna Loa, fiom Island ports.
Tuesday, Oct. 4.
Stmr, Mauna Kea, tor island ports,
Slmr. Lurllnc, for Snn Francisco, 0
i Per S. 8. Wllhclmlna, from Sail
Francisco, Oct. 4 Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Coulter, floftcoo Perkins, H. Shlpman,
Mr. and Mis, B, Hnrnoy, Mr. nnd Mrs
T. B. Brown and child, W. P. Keller,
E. L. Williamson. J, Mr Templolon.
,W. S, Bovven, Jos. McLcllan. N. M.
Howe, Mr. Illchardson, MIbs Richard
Fnn, Mr. and Mra. F. A. Stump nnd
child. Mrs. C. F Krubci MIbs A.
M lire, Miss M. Cummlngs, Mrs J. J.
Hnlr. .Mrs. II. M. Wells, Mr. and Mrs.
O. II Swezpy nnd'chlld, Mr, and Mrs.
J.N. 8. Williams, ftogor Williams. Mr.
'and Mrs. If. D. Tcnner.Mlss Wllhol
mlna Totincy., Mrs AuBJflt aiul child.
Mrs: Esther DJe.'MrM'JJ Artnstrong,
Mrs. Annn M. Wcrtz, Mr. n'nil Mrs.
Charles- Simpson, Miss Ennlrio Cross.
Miss C. I Robinson, T, n. Robinson,
F Treskow. H; M. Coko. A Maeo. Mrs
C, O. Livingston, Miss A. Gardiner,
Mr nnd MrB. O. C. Hcckmnn and
child, Mrs. Hall. Miss Cary Shlpman,
Miss Clara Shopman, Miss Florcnco
Shjpmnn, Miss Mnrgaret Shlpman. Mr
and Mrs. J. A. Enrmlst, W. A. Bnllo.
It. 1 Bentlcy. Mr. and Mrs Charles
'i Gibbons, Mr. and .Mrs. S. Green,
Mrs Mny Smith and child, Mr. and
Mrs. F. C. Atherton nnd child. Mrs,
W. A. Bovven, A. 8. Holman, E. II.
Shaw. Or 8. Wllcor. Df. and Mrs. E. B.
Marshall and child, Mr. nnd Mrs. John
'Guild. Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Bond. D
8, Bowman C. U Wright, 'Rudolph
Spreckols, T. Magce.'Mr. nnd Mrs. O.
M. Rnlph, Col. Z, S. Spalding. Mrs. K.
McCarthy, Mrs. M. M. Shlnglo, Dr. and
Mrs. 1. J, Shepherd. Miss Logan Shop-
Herd. Mrs, O. M. Kerr nnd child, Mr.
and Mrs. Donaly Y. Campbell, L. II,
Bridges. C, E. Hoffman, Mrs. Perry,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Blood. Mrs. M. A.
Mnro. Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Taylor, Miss
'Por 8. S Mauna Loa, from Hawaii
and Maul ports Charles Aclil, Mrs.
It. T Forrest, Mrs. Matsunaga. K. Ka
wamoto, C. Bolte J. Aca, Mrs En Fii.
C 1. J, Kuffcroth and 2 children. J.
G. Smith. Mrs. T. C. Whlto, Mrs. Slier
vood, Mrs, RoblnRon and .Borvnnt,
Mrs. T, C. Akana, Mrs. Todd, and 2
child! en, Miss Llfleo.-T. O'Brien. J.
H. Paris, Antono Gonsalvci. H. Will
geroth, C. A. Grahnm.'E. '.'Low, Mrs.
Sheldon nnd child Tii'lior Mnrcus.
Mrs I.unnlng nnd child. It. Hiittouund
wife, C W, Hudson,
W. C .ACHI 6ACK'
FflOM BJG ISLAND
Brings Good, Roportsfrom tho
iuui ui riincuirvuiiio ana
W, O. MM roturncil tblo, morning
from his. trip to, tho Island' ot Hawaii
"lri'PHiico Kiitilp-nndtColf Sum Par
ker," 'bringing good! 'reports from tho
Republican campaign camps on the
big iBlnnd. Good audiences have
groetcdi tho Republicans, everywhere,
oild ovcry Bpccch was well received,
Kuhl-j will continue his tour for sev
eral dnjB ct.
Achl says that McCatidlosa Is not
lining hllllSOlf UtlV CoOdHhv unnnnllnv
'.to the prejudices of tho voterB, and
that Ids de-duration Jhat ho will amend
.Iho land laws to null iimm i, u..-
Smr"For Hent" .cards on sale t
the Oulletln eftlce,