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. KVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, .T. H., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5, 1910
TUEUDAYi li!ilt. U,
, Oceanic First Degree.
THURSDAY: , , , ' (
(i, lluwiillaii Second Degree. '
. All visiting members of tB
Order are cordially invited to
ttnd meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
IRluc CMCiutcDC Juemocrs oi
Irurr,.,,, ...iT Other AstO-
cribiAL AJV.-SIAIIUB. ciations cor
HAEMONY IODOE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meota every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. a F. Hall, Fort Street,
SSw, E. It. HBNDRY. Becretary.
' H. B. McCOY. Noble Qrand.
'All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU IQDQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meetn AWFV fTret nntl irA Xfr.
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner iwt and ucretanla. Visiting
brotbers cordially Invited to attend.
V t WM. JONES. C. O.
r O. F. IIEINE. K. n. S.
HAWAIIAN 1TIUBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M,
. Meets cvery first and third Thurs
days ot ach month at Knights of
Pythias, Hall. Vteltlng brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
I j A. L. EAKIN, Sachom.
r f E. V. TODD, 0. of II.
SONOLtlLU AERIE, 140, F.;0.,E
Meets on the 2nd and 4th. 'wED
NE3DAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot I Hall, corner
' Beretanla and Fort streets.
,, Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
j& W. n. RILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Bee.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. E
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. 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. MoKINLEY LODGE, NO.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
ersnlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hull, cor. Fort and Deretanta. Visit
lng brothers cordially Invited to at
II. A. TAYLOR, C. 0.
E. A. JACODBON, K. R. 8.
HAVE A KODAK
( vlth you and make a future
, pleasure of the annoyances
of the moment.
.,!, Xodaqi from $9 to $100
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
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FOET ST., BELOW HOTEL
Wr ARTS AND CHAFTS SHOP p RAI nWIW K
j,; Ynng "tel Baildi"r H- P' '"HEREFROM MAUI
m . ANRPfl " I- Im'Jw,n' the sugar king ntwhiln making lopalrs to tho main
m) FTXMB AND CAMEHAS Maul, arrived from that Island this pipe lino.
m i i'iwiiiiik "i " oicu.iici vium.. ... inaKiiiK irip im uio iwn isiauus. ,"H, .". m iu .n .no ,,,,,. ". ., ,nlMi mnrL-ln
1 i. ftlKKnifo I tn Mr' ',!,,,'w,,, nl',''SPB nimseir ns Huperliitomient or iionoiuiu au-i KrolKiit lirought lo port consisted addition In ri'rmer reglilatlnus rot- . m", , o. & (1. B. Charts 4inn null lift! 'J
IT UUrrCV Jt LIU. MUsned with the political nut Ionic Worke. of tho usual productH-wond, lumbor, lows; inler.anllll nna 0 It. & K Shliinlng II. O. ClinrtH 1791. 13B8 ahcl.12ic!' F
kfi. v 11, n ba n .1 iiiin I. iinin la nnininir iinnini i '- I i.iriiinr i n i ii. nnnau mn iini-iinnn i.inn inm .! 'rnniniiinnini nn m n rr rrnne inria . - ..--..'
My' n " ' ftrength all the time. ', 4711-lt
Hn i uifir. uuu iiiiun ivitiiiif in hUHixin iiimiimiiiih mi w.-n-..-. ..-.
llnwnllan Commercial's drop Is the
featuro of the lo nl stock mnrkct In
day. This security Is weak on tlin
llonllulu exchange, nnd news from
San Francisco Is that It Is ocn
Today Ihc prlro dropped tn 35;
nat. llctweon boards the following
sales were nuido: Ten shares nt
8G.7G, ninety nt 3li, sixty nt 3D and
two hundred nnd fifty nt 3G.
Only one sale nn the board was
recorded tnduy, O.-tlm selling nt
29.50. Two hundred nnd sixty
shares of Onhu had previously
changed hands nt 2U.C25. A further
drop In Pioneer was noted, and the
prediction Is made Hint nil of these
securities will weaken. Wnlalun,
which has milled tomewhnt, dropped
on to us. no
The entire market wns sluggish,
tho wilume ot sales being slight, nnd
most of these were made utter the
board closed yesterday. Threo dlvl
dends were declared, Hawaiian Com
mercial giving 2rc n share, Onomca
40c nnd llonomu $1.
(Continued from Pace 1)
years, the Vnlloy Inlanders nro silent
when asked nbout their attitude to
ward cither Kuhlo or McCandlcss.
However, mo wise polltlrtans on
Maul declare that McCandlcss will
not poll many votes there.
Tho Democrat! leaders, of rourso,
aro boosting lloss McCiiudlcss nlong.
They do not ndnilt their weakness.
Tho ilcpubllcans claim that Mc
Candlcss will bo dumped so bad that
ho would not know bis position after
the votes had been counted on tho
eighth of November.
The Homo Rulers nro on tho fence.
They nre watching for tho tempting
l.nt, ..t.ll. I, I- -..1.1 M.n...n.. ..!
""" """' ' . ...u.u.mwl ,, re(RncI, for ,10 rpamn t,.lt
'.'"... -f ""'" u" lo u,0iho Is n cnndldatn for election
nmo oi .Mcuiniiiess- ueparturq from
Maul, nothing had been' dono for
Meeting at Lohalnaj;.
Last night McCandlcss' and ,his
helpers tnlkod to the' pcoplo of 1 - a -
halna, In front of O. G. Scong's Bn -
loon. Tho wholo sidewalk and the
main street wcro blocked by the
pic.iuiuid, uui i iiiuuiiiik """.uciobcr 'Jin, commencing at o n. in
iiuiet aim lacked enthusiasm.
McCnndlcsH told tho voters that It
was about tlmo for them to do some
thing so that they could get public
lands on which to build homes. He
roasted tho Iloputill. an administra
tion for not giving good lands to the
Hawallans who nre In need of homo.
Ho next talked immigration to the
audience, saying that tho country Is
already full of laborers, who are al.
was ready lo work at living wages.
During the strlko period, ho said,
there wcro about 1000 laborers on
hand to work In place of tho strik
ers. In the second week thcro were
2000 people waiting at' the railroad
depot, prepared to go to work for
S1.50 a day.
nanino was mo last speaKcr. no
talked on the samo subject which
had been touched upon liy the Iloss.
Aftcr ho had sized up tho sentiment
ot his audience, ho plunged into the
comical expressions will Mi bring him
laughter. Ho urged upon tho voters
to vote for" himself nnd McCandlcss.
Kcawchaku, tho roaring speaker
of tho party, told tho nudlcnce that
Kuhlo had not dono anything good
for Hawaii and Us peopfo during bis
term as Hawaii's Dolegato In Con
gress. Ho asked the Hawallans ono
and nil to voto for McCandless.
At about 1 o'clock In tho after
noon, MrCandlcss nnd his party, con
sisting of Kcawehaku, Kanlho, Har
ry Mossmnn, Supervisor Lyons of
Walluku, S. N. Kaloa and n represen
tative of tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n, made a.
brief stay on tho road near Mc
Gregor's Landing. The roadmen
wore having their luivh nt tho lime,
and McCandlcss and his campaign
managers talked to them on Immi
gration and homestead propositions.
The Hawallans promised to vote for
McCandlcss, In recognition or which
they were decorated wth the Mc
Candlcss badges. ,
Harly In tho afternoon tho party
drove over tn Kaannpall, only to find
that tho men wore nt work. Hon.
Hlhlo and C. H. Mencso, tho Domo-
cratH leader there, asked McCand
less to come again, so that n lnrgo
meeting could be nrrnnged. Tho
llosa promised to he thero again If
ho had time.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet told by the Bulle
tin for a nickc) is twice as large
as the tablet usually sold for this
Autos, $1 per hour, Lewis Stables.
It goes,' without saying that every
thing Is Rest at The Encore.
Ajiicw stunt cory day nt the An
chor Saloon, Nuuanu and King.
If you want a good Job dono on nn
auto or carrlago tako It lo Hawaiian
Carriage Mftf. Co.. 427 Queen St. ',
Pay' cash ami ask for green stamps.
They're frco. Call at the show rooms
and see what you get frco for
Whitney & Marsh have Just oponcd
n choice selection nf hand embroid
ered white shirt waists nt popular
prices, ranging from $2.7r up.
It Is expected Hint Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Afong with their boy lire home
coming liaise ngcrs on tho Sierra,
Tlicy IllUP bccn 1C coa3l for Ecv.
'M. nn.i Mr i W. Soittn nro mnk
w ,rrl)rntlons to sail on tho trans
porl shcrldnn for lhe Const. Tlioj
flguro on spending homo time at San
It Is reported Hint A. I). Hills, man
nger of tho Llliue Ice and Electric Co.,
on Knutil, Ims cconsldcrod his ten
dered resignation and will now hold
on to Ills Job.
Mr. Abndle of the well known
French l-nundry, desires Hint It bo
known Unit the laundry ofllco Is nt
777 King street. Thcro nro no
brnncbes. The leleplmno Is 1401.
John L. Fleming will nrll for .lumen
F Morgan n li'inch of lots In tho Nnu
nnu illhtrlct next Saturday noon. The
lots nr' owned by the Illshop csta'o
anil will lis. sold nt public auction.
Mrs. E. Colt Hobron died yesterday
after being sick for somo time,
funeral will take ptaco at 3 o'clock
this afternoon from tho Wnlklkl res
idence; Interment will be at Nuuanu
Tho now velvet pumps being shown
at tho Manufacturers' Shoo Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort street, aro certainly lead
ers for style. They hno tho now
short vnnip.i that glvo tho foot tho
Governor Frenr has appolnti-d
Moses Hnll Inspector of election nt
Kckahn In tho place of W II. Nnunl.
-""' ." ,u I'o.vw
tho Democratic ticket.
Tho Hawaiian El'-ctrlo Company
hereby gives notice th'nt on account
lot certain alterations in Hie-steam lino
i inflation of a new Wcstlnghouso
.turiilno generator, thcro will bo a com.
,,,ctp Knlltdown on n!1 dcctrlc lines,
no. .,, 0XCCC(1 ( hours, on Sundny;
ai mo iHiwcr piaiu, necessitated uy ino
At tho poll 'o court this morning
Charllo Ah Foo, a hack driver, wns
charged with, and, found guilty of,
cruelty to animals. He was fined
$10 and costs, nnd told to give his
horso a spell nnd allow It to rest up
for n while.
It was Mrs. Church who, yester
day, dic.w the atlontlon ot Miss Koso
Davison to tho state of the horso,
which had simply balked and given
up nl hopo ot dragging four heavy
men up tho Manoa hill. Tho driver
was arrested and taken to the police
This morning Mrs. Church wns on
the witness stand nt tho police court,
nnd Bhn described tho state, of tho
horse nnd the manner In which It
had been beaten when It could not
go any further. According to Mrs.
Church, tho driver tried to go up
tho hill nt n gnllop; hut only reach
ed half way, when the horse threw
up tho sponge, Tho whip was then
applied and other methods of "tor
turo" brought Into vogue.
Miss Davison, on the wltnoss
eland, said that tho horso looked ns
if "tho tall hnd been driven off It."
Tho animal, In witness" opinion, was
in n bad wny nnd tho whipping thnt
It got wan unmerciful.
Tho dofoudnnt, on oath, claimed
that ho had only ton) hed tho horso
with tho whip In order to make him
pull better. This btory did not go
with tho Judge, however, and ho
found tho defendant guilty and lined
tho manias relntcd.
Tho horBe is in poor condition nt
jircs)i!txnnd rathqr weak; a Bpcll In
a paddock will soon fix It up.
Wa'er to Be Shut Off.
Tho Oovornmcnt water will bo
shut off fiom 0 n. in. lo 11 p. m. on
Tliurrdny, Octobor fl, 1910, In the
College Hills, and Mnnoa districts
Our New Phono
City Transfer Co.
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAGE EIGMt,
: i t : t, 1 t
OCEANIC LINER MADE 474 MILES IN TWENTY-FOUR
HOURS ACCORDING TO WIRELESS SENT FROM VES
SEL LAST NIGHTWAS 1,174 MILES FROM SAN
' FRANCISCO LIGHTSHIP.
Avcrnglng nineteen and three- At I'nhutiil tho Clnudlno lowed tho
fouiths knots was the record luado American ship W. T. Lewis out of the
by tho Occnlil.' stc.iiner Slerrn 'or harbor when that vessel started for
the twenty-four ho'uis ending at 8 Portland In ballast yesterday. ,r
o'clock lust evening, according l 1'tiiscr Klbllng or the Claudlno rj
wlrclcis repoits received frTn tho imrts tho Mhoonern Klhel Zanc, Itoce
vessel at tho local agency. alls mid W. II. Mansion all nt HUp
At 8 oi lock on Monday cVcnliirf on Monday, ;'j
the steamer wns 700 miles from, 3au ha t1
Frnnclsco lightship, and last even- Tenyo Galls. j;J
lng nt tho samo hour tho dltnnce Tlirco thousand six hundred m)lcs
wns 1171 miles, nceordlng to n wini- from Honolulu, In the bay oT Yo'kc
less report sent In by Captain Houd- hnma, tho T. K. K. turbluo liner
lettc. Tcnjo Mnru hns already turned her
If this rnto .of speed Is kept up, prow toward this port and Is plowing
tho steamer at 8 this evening will be the waters of tho Pacific, hound for
only nbout fiOO miles from this port tho Pacific const. The Tenyo Is duo
nnd will bo oil port by midnight to- hero Into on the 11th or early i.n
morrow. tho lSth, and Is scheduled to sail
Thoro would bo no object In nrrlv- from this port for San Frnnclsco on
lng at such n time, however, and It tho 15th.
Is probablo that tho vessel will bo fj
slowed down so us to arrive at day- Hall In. Port,
light Friday morning. Coming In from ports of Kauai tbu
Tho report sent out from tho SI- stenmir W." (1. Hall, Captain Thonip
crrn Inst night Is to tho effect thnt ton, nrrhed this morning with n
tho sea was moderate and fresh cast minll cargo nnd n number of passon
wlndB and ruin wcio being encoyn gcrs. The Hall rcKirts a good trip
tpVed. frofli ens! and northeast winds being
'" ro encountered nil tho way. Steamer No-
MonMtla Comlnn. ,lull" wn at Klcelo on Sunday and
It Is Biipooscd" at tho local agency alled on Monday, according to tho
of the Pacific Mail Hle.imsblp Com- ""-'port biouphl In by the Hall,
pony that tho liner Mongolia will ur- rV
llvp nt this port sometime on Friday Wllhelmlna Off.
nml unit s.niimluv for lliu const. Can- At B this afternoon tho Matson
tain Kilt howeier' lins not scon fit to
fumlsli tho "local ogenc'y "wPtli any
wireless data as. to liH position or
tlnin of nrrlvnl althoiich only two
days from port
In this rcspert tho liners of tho Pad- 000 tons of general cargo In Hono
fic Mall aro behind nil others com- lulu beforo Bailing this afternoon for
lng Into Honolulu In gllng their posl-
tlons. Tho steamers running between'
tho coiUti nnd Jldnanriit. begin giving
their .ljosltlons' liroro- thcj! -nro two
days out from San Fraiiclsco ami gen-
crallyreport each night thereafter tin-
tit reaching port Jin the case of J'acl-
flc Mall boats tho first report Is not
generally sent In until one day out or vessel took nmong other cargo a con
nt most two, slguiuctit of 40,700 cases of inriel
There nre 100 pnssengers booked for pineapples lo Coast markets,
tho trip from this port to San 1'nin-j ru
Cisco on the Mongolia nnd thoy can. Sherman Sails.
not bo assigned until wireless liifor -
nation comes In ns lo tho cabins vu-
cant on tho ship.
Fcr Last Panel.
Tho last panel in Iho hall of Mer lng n vqundmii of Fifth Ca'vulry
chants' Exchange nt San Ftancls:o bound for Honolulu, and Field Ar
wlll bo filled by n Honolulu ship- tlllery for tho Philippines;
plug scciio to be painted by W. A. fc
Coulter, who an I veil yesterday on Lewis to Portland,
the Wllhelmlna for that purpose. I Yesterday the Bchooticr W. T
It Is duo to tho efforts of E. D. Lewis palled for Pot Hand. 'Iho
Tonney or Cattle & Cooko that Ho- schooner has been discharging cargo
nolulu shipping iori(iratoiis will nt Knliulul nnd sailed direct from
havo' an opportunity of presenting that port. Slio will probably In'M
the exchange an Hawaiian sceno, ns n lumber cargo from tho Coat to
ho took tho matter up on his trip Hawaii within a fow weeks. ,
to tho Coast, seeing ono vacant panel Pa
In the hall or tho oxchungc. At Seattle.
Artist Coulter will bo here sevoral Tho ttcamshlp Alaskan arrived at,
weeks gathering local'color, nnd It Sentlln on October 3, having sailed
Is believed that Diamond Head will from Hllo on September 23. Tho
form tho ba kground of tho picture Virginian of tho Amerlcan-IIawallan
which ho will paint to represent IIo- H "ailed from tho Bound yestor
nouiUi , day, bound for Honolulu, with n gon-
j-j oral cargo.
Sheridan Tomorrow. ' W
Tho army transport Shcrldan, In Sewall Arrived,
command of Captain Mlko. Ilcnloy, On October 2 the Amorl'mi ship
will nrrlvo In port tomorrow during Edwdrd Sewall nrrlved at Phllndcl
tho foronoon. Tho transport Is en l'hla, nceordlng to cable report! re
routo to Snn Francisco from Manila eclved here. Tho vessel sailed from
and will bo dispatched' during tho IHIo on May 20 for her trip around
afternoon for the Coast. Hut o. fow
casuals will lwvo .Honolulu by ho
Shcrldan, these belig mon who will
5 .. ' r .. . .. -....
receive their discharges on tho Coast
after arrival thoio. Colonel Milliard
will bo a passenger on tho troopship
to the Coast.
Claudlns Arrives. j
Early today tho Inter-Island steam-
er Claudlne, Capluln Dennett, nrrlvod
In the bay from ports of Hawaii and
mi rrnriit. i,n:,,i winfiH nnd sej
outward hut u smooth trip on the,larly ontltled to such transportn-J
homeward leg of the voyago.
Tlin Clnudlno broiifAt a largo iium-
her nf passongors nmong them Link
making trip on the two Islands.
Freight lirought to port consisted
of tho usual produce-wood lumber
honey, corn, potatoes, nlno hogs and
133 pneknges ot sundrlos.
Number Will He
(Jas. 11. Love)
AT RATE .,;
""or Wllhelmlna will sail for Hllo,
taking her cargo of I! 100 tons to tint
port nnd sixteen passengers who
camo down from tho Const. Tho
i Wllhelmlna will havo discharged 3,
tho Illg Island,
Lurllns to Coast.
It was 1:00 this morning before
the Lurlino of tho Matson fleet final
ly got away for tho Coast, her delay
being caused by the largo amount, ot
freight taken from this poit. "he
. Today tho army transport Sherman
sails from San Francisco, bound for
Manila, via Honolulu nnd Guam. The
transport Is taking out about 900
passengers nil told this trip, Includ.
me mini loaueu wmi suqar;
Mo O" Coming,
Aiiritlior raven i
. Jr .
iioiuor cargo or o , ,s oii-uieiyii
,m,,ml tol "?"!ilu and should
ulTl''0 hero next. week. The steam-
k II ll Ht li.Iil.. !..!.
t . S L fc
I"' "'". "i-,i.. v,
jvoioriiiiy wuu it iuii catij, it ijwuiiu
I801"' "" whom transportation
" army transports outBlda thoso reg-
l" "" "wcim "hm' i""- "" '
"do membors or tho families of such
offlelals, no ordlng to tecont orders
Issued by Major-Oeneral Carter, net-,
.lng, chief of staff of the rn.y. Tho,
addition In former regulations fnl-
Transportation on nrmy transports
for members of tho families of ofll-
.ccrs nnd enlisted men of the army,
l.navy and marine corps, and of em
ployes thereof, of officers nnd em
ployes of tho Philippine mid Hawai
ian civil governments, of 6fflcers of
tho War Department; of members of
Congress, nnd of other officers of 'the
government while trnvcllng on offl
clnl business, may be furnished
without expense to the United States
when space Is available after allot,
ment shall havo been made to all
perrons trnvcllng under orders, upon
tho 'following conditions:'
I 1. In tho caio of officers, enlisted
meii or employes of cltHor' tho mili
tary or naval scrlco upon tho certif
icate of a responsible orrtccr thnt the
persons nro permanent members of
the fnmllv .of an officer or enlisted
mnn on the' active list, or'of'iih em
ploye In nctual service, and that tho
transportation Is fort tho purposo of
permitting such members of the fam
ily to Join the officer, enlisted nntn
or employe, or to return from the
station of tho offlcer, enlisted man
or employe, where fhey havo been
living ns members of his family. Th
application must state the numb')'
of Journeys by transport that liavb
been mado by the persons for whom
transportation Is requested, nnd If
moro than one such Journoy has
been mado within tho previous two
years tho application will bo denied,
unless It bo clearly shown thnt tho
Journey Is necessary on ncrount of
illness or imporuuii unu uituu. ""
Vj, Applications frbm officers, .'en
listed men or cmplojc? of the navy
or marine corps must ho mado
through tho Navy Department; fron
otr.i era or employes of the Philip
lilno civil government, 'through tho
llurcau of InBiilar Affair: from or
fleers or employes 'of "the Hawaiian
government, through the Oovcrnor
of Hawaii, and Irom all otbc offi
cers through the chiefs of tin tie
nartments to which tho officers be
long. In each case the application
must show that tho persons for
whom transportation Is reqiiestc', arc
permanent members of tho family of
tho officer, enlisted man or employe;
thnt the Jrmney Is necessary for the
purpose of permitting tho persons 13
Join the offlcer, enlisted man or em
ploye, or to return from the station
of tho officer, onllsted man or em
nloso. where they have been living
as members of his family, and tho
number of Journeys by trnnspor,t that
hnvn been mado hv such persons. If
moro than one Journoy has been
made within the previous two years
tho application will be denied as
provided In the preceding section ot
IN FOREIGN, POBTi
Wemesc'iiy, Oct. 5
SEATTLK Balled Oct. 1: S. 8. Vlrgb
nlan, for Honolulu.
BRATTLE Sailed Oct. I: 8. S. Ily.
ades, for Honolulu,
OltAYS HAIUIOR Sailed Oct. 1: Sell,
Columbia, for Kahulul.
MONTntlEY Arrived" Oct.'-I: 8. 8
Santa rtlta, henco Sept. 22.
SYDNEY Arrived Oct. 4: S. S. Zci-
landla, henco Sept. 17.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Oct. 5: S. S
Tenyo Maru, fur Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. 5: U.
t S. A. T. Sherman, for Honolulu.
KAHULUI Sailed Oct. 4! UK. Win. T.
Lowls, for Portland, Olo.
I PA88EN0ER3 ARRIVED
Per Btmr. Claudlue, from Maul and
Hawaii ports, Oct. 5. W. M. Ulur
nctto, A. Crockett, S. Mann, fjeo. Kai
awo, Kahea Ilccklcy. Jas. K. Kano;
Hobt, Kaawn, Daniel Makacna, Ernest
Kaal and wife. P. Keiig. Mrs. Anlna
and child, Miss D. Pa, K. Itoendalil,
I). L. Austin. L. Joseph, Mies IL Ho
penl. Miss M. Plnohaka, M; Cabrial,
J. Calulal, Mrs. Mnbukona nlid 2 chlj
drcn, II, P. llaldwlu, James Klrkland,
Captain E. II, Parker, Master Mnnu,
Miss Mnnn. II. Yodn, M. Kanda, Mr.4,
W. K. Harnden and child. S. libels-
lng Misses Hocking (2), Miss E. Fer
nandez, .8. Hashimoto and family, 'H.
Ktiruknwa, M, C. Prcanco. F. Ilelmen
cholder, J. Garcia, .L. L. McCnmllcbs,
Kanlho, Kcawchaku, II. W. Kimball,
H, Focke, A, F. TavaroB, J. H. Hakii
o'.u and CI deck passengers.
Per stmr. Vf. O. Hall, from Kuunl
liortB, Oct. G.-j-M. A, Mlkaclc, Mrs. J.
Kuln. C. Sail, A. aartenhcrg. C, K II.
Chlng, Mrs, A. II, .Watcrhouso, Miss
Tar.hlma, Dr. A. II. Watcrhouse, C. It.
Makco, H. W. Wilfred, Miss Isahell.i
Aklna, Ilov, J. M. Lydgnlo and 17 deck
Wednesday, Oct, B,
Stmr. Clnudlno, Dennett, from Maul
and Hawaii -ports,
1 Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, riom
Kauai ports, '
Tuesday, Oct. 4.
Stmr. Lurlino, fur San Francisco, II
Wednpsday. Oct, D.
S. S. Wilhclmlua, Johnson, for Hllo,
nk. Andrew Welch, for San Fran.
Schr. Mo Walilne, for Honoipu.
According to Dr. Joseph A. Murphy,
"" a """"cu' inspecior. wo,,
;"; VZnse eCth
r?P7',.8 ,. , 1",:
""" "y " "nmii rnnrgin.
mter-lsland nnd O It. & K Shipping
(,00kg for Bn at (no nullutln
Ornco, GOc each.
United States medical luspoctor, wliu
A scnarnto. and distinct' fleet for the
Pacific coast seems lo ho tho ijlogan
from tho highest officer In tho (naval
dopaitment to tho humblest of: blue
Jarkcls. Tho dividing up of tlio At
lantic fleet nnd sending a artv of It
around to thp aclllo'coasl Is not, meet
ing with much approval at onyjliolnt
nlong thd lino of thptA Interested In
Senator Pcrkans, chairman ot tho1
scilalo naval affairs committee, Is
quoted ns being strongly In faifor of
creating nn entirely new fleet fr tho
I'actnc, and keeping it Independent ot
tho Atlantic fleet. Officers of tho
Nnvy now In Washington rcfuso to
lo quoted, but they declare that Pre
sident Tart and Secretary Meyer nre
for moro battleships, nnd. that when
Ihcy nro granted there Is no doubt
tho Pacific Coast will bo given u
strong fleet, Tho, special says Secre
tary Meyer enmo oqt dcflnltfly In .i
public speech In Host on ns being In
favor of two fleets, one for tho Atlan
tic nnd ono for tho Pacific, Ho says;
"Tho really effective and honorable
method of avoiding war Is to bo pre
pared forwar by tho possession of nn
efficient ui-to-ilnto and thoroughly
p,qulppe,d, llcpt MjbnttlcFJtlnft, .hoth on
the! Atlantic olw'.lubroelflotoccaiiK.
Our nnvnl armament .should bo'so pro
vided that eventually wo Bhalj'havo n
force nf hattlcshlps'lu each ocdali equi
valent to that which' wo now havo In
Iho Atlantic." flj
BE TAKEN UP TODAY
Col, Z. S. Spalding Expected
to Appear Beforo LafftJ
Action of Iho Knpaa land leases
will probably bo lakon up by tho land
board when It meets nt 3 o'clock this
afternoon. Col. Z. S. Spalding, It Is
understood, will appear personally
beforo tho board on behalf of tlin
Makco Sugar Company, of which ho
Is tho principal owner. The company
Is applying for tho leases.
Col. Spalding nrrlved 'yesterday on
tho Wllhelmlna. Tho Innd board has
had tho application for. some time, but
final disposition Is' expected today.
e 1 . A ""P
Dondcro & tansi(i5rJIUhl fcstalo
ami Investments,) announced! t'.li
moitilng the purchaso or foiij- mid
one-hnlf acres of land Inrthe Pal.ima
district, nt a prlco said to be l!J00.
The property will bo suhdivldo.1
Into lots GO by 100 feet and Imme
diately placed on the market. The
sites, says Mr. Dondcro, nre admlrn
bio for residences, and ho expects
quick salo. Streets will lie paved
and water connections put In.
Tho property Is sltuatod on Ault
luno, off King street, near Iho on-glne-hnuto,
nnd Is unimproved. It
was purchased from William Mc
KULA ON KAUAI
BOLTS THE PARTY
James K. Kula, lately before tho
Republican party convention for
nonilnatlon" for Keprcscntatlvo, but
who was Just beaten out for the
honor by Hon, O. Sheldon, has
decided not to nbldo by tho action
of the delegates, as ho pledged him
self to do, and ' tias'jeomo"' Into the
lloid tn run Independently for the
Ho Is counting on tho voto of Ko
loa nnd Wnhlliwn proclncta, which
nre Inclined to bo a llttlo bit put out
by Borne of llcprcsontntlvo Sholdon's
actions while In tho laBt Legislature,
to clnrh tho place for him. Tho
party leaders hnvn Btrongly urged
him to glvo up his aspirations, but
his mind is mado up to make a try
fpr It, In splto of thorn. Oardcn Is
land, October 1. tt.
I tm m , W
LOCAL NOTICE TO MABINERS.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Maul Island,
S'ly side Maalaoa Day Klhel Ileef
Duny to be established, On or about
October 7, 1910, a lst-cluss can buoy,
red and black horizontal stripes, will
Lo established In .1 fathoms ot water,
with I fathoms around it, to mark n
three-fathom patch off tho Klheldteef,
lyni the position of tho point of the
reef' oft Kalepolepo. This buoy will
serve as a guldo to shipping passing
up and down the coast for clearing
this rebf. Strangera should piss oft
shoro from tho buoy.
' Chimney back of Klhel, 17 deg. truo
(N, '1-? E nine.)
Dig house at Kulopolepo, left tan
gent, 71 deg, truo (N.E."by E, 7-10 E
' McOregora Point Ught-Statlon, 290
deg. true (W 7-8.iuilg.) i
O. (1. B. Charts 4ino null 1101,,
II. O. Charts 1791, iSfiS ahd12in.
U i: II. List of fiuoys, etc.; 12th,
auDRisinci, iut, p. n,
m : '