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TUESDAY., , , ,
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ltlccnnlc Urst Rtgrrc.
I JHiiTTuIIim S( coml Drum"?
SATURDAY! i Ji ,(
1 All Tisltlng members ot tn
(Jder are cordially Invited to
attend meeting! of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M
V fliRiup puciuiciUi
HABM$NY LODQE' No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
v.tfw iu i, j. u. r. ifnu, rori Bircei,
,,,, . it. 11L.1NUKY, eocrciary.
II. H. McCOY. Noblo Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
invxed. - s.
OAHU ' LODGE,' 'No. 1, K. of 'j.
Meetn nverv Trnt nftii fhlni nvt
"day evening nt 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner rori and Derotanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
"iVi-i WM- JONES, C. C.
w 0. F. HEINE. K. It. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. K. M,
Meets every first and third ThurS'
days qt each tuonth at Knights ot
Pythias Jlall. Vifiltlng brothers cor
dlally 'l avtted to attend.
A A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
' E. V. TODD. C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. K
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEjft
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 ojclock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretaiua and l on streets.
VlsltjAig Kaglefl' aro'lnvlted to at
Lu,jii-W.H IlILEY. W. P
BoKOIjfrU LODGE, 610. B. P, 0. E,
Ilonolulu Lodeo No. 616. B. P. 0.
tElks. Afets In their hall, on King
k 'Street," near Fort. every Friday evoS
B . nlns. Visiting Drothers aro corutany
P ' Invited, Jp attend.
' JASrS D. D0U01.IEUTY, S
GEQ. T. KLUEOEL, Bee.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
m. or r.
Meetftevery 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evening .at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
. Hall, co Fort and Beretania. Visit-
tng brothers cordially Invited to at
II. A. TAYtOn, 0. 0.
. E. A' JACOBSON, K. n. S.
.Complete Office Fixtures
JTOr, lmmediato delivery, Aaaress.jr.
,u. aox put, itonoiuiu.
.jfoldiiig Chairs & Tables
r fJ. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
Chain Now at the
nwrnw tiaktiv. ti Kirnp
4$HEW BAilBER-Acompetent man
! 'has iustrMrived fromJliO'Csajt,t r
H. VIERBAY. Propilctot
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Aycr's Sarsnparllla Is a tonic
and alterative, free from alcohol.
What is a "tonic"? A medicine
that imparts strength or tone; a
medicine that builds up, gives
vigor and power. What is an
"alterative" ? A medicine that
alters or changes unhealthy ac
tion to healthy action. Aycr's
Sarsaparilla docs all this with
out stimulation. Ask your doc
tor If a family medicine, like
Aycr's Sarsaparilla, is not vastly
better without alcohol than
rrptrJ 1 I), I C nr AT. ' ",U S A,
Oeorso Angiii, tlm woll known golf
er, who riturnccl yesterday on the
Slorrn, brought romo new to Hawaii
golf balls. Thcv nro the fuinouR
JlMHlPl' make nml they nro nped nil
Bir?tho BriaBhuulrc. If found
uutlnfuctory bjfllhQniciiibera of tlio
t'ountry Club.-'n nmnbur of the. balls
may bq Imported
It lias been decided to kUc n Vrlzo
to tho runner up In tho final round of
the Motion cup, and another prtzo will
alo WrSjcii for (lio lowest not score
In tho competition
The winner of tho competition will
hao bis nsitno enRi'nxcd on the" Ma
li on cup, nnd Hint will be glory
enough for hlm. A record crowd Is
expected to bo nf the Country Club to
morrow, and tho club linuso t will
probably bo filled with guests and
(Continued f-om Pare 1)
Istratlou will bo in vcsslon nt tho
JCaiUoJp liulldJiiR. ntidtbl is tho
juj.i-iuiiiKi (iir oicis iot. rcRisierj
TlTo l)ools Ltoo nt 10 o'clock sharp
ChalrmQiiChlllli)guorth wns un
LUil4o rAQ.'any reliable llgures this
daf. l.nst night tho total for tho
lsramrwiir71.19, nnd It Is estimated
should rcarji TKOO today It the board
handle? alljllie applicants.
, ON AN APPEAL
Judge Robinson Holds That
Architect's Plans We're
In the Circuit Court this morning
Judgo Itablnton handed down n de
cision In tho caxo of Thomas (till, the
architect ngalntt .1. T. Warren In
which judgment wan entered for the
In tho District Court Gill secured n
judgment for $176 and costs lint
Judge ltohlnson decided that Warren
is entitled to flu and costs from Gill
Tho troublo nroso "tor a designed
b Gill for Wnrr-n and tho plans ot
which Wnrroii claimed wero Inade
:uato for tho (ailing of pccJflcntlons
Judgo llohlnson hold Ihaf the iil.uia
mmlo by GUI would rciulro tho ix-
('(Hlltiri' of JdOOO Instead ot tho ?!.
iiq that lus been ngrceil upon, tho
ttlffercnro being bo o(cesfilvii that thn
court held that tho plaintiff hail not
performed his contrnrt
r -10CAL AND GENERAL
Mrs MtLaln and Miss lils Wilson
of Ixjs Angeles, members of tho Kx
nmlnor party that Is on tho Mongol! i
homeward bound from tlm Orient, aro
being entertained toduy by tho Thom
as' of Wuhlawii who uro old frlepds.
They were dollghted with tholr visit
to Manila nnd nro Intending to stop
over In Honolulu for a weok or two
Miss Wilson haH n number of ncqunln
tanres In Honolulu us nlm wl'li two
otliur sisters and hor father weto
niomlirrs nf Iho Southern California
editorial varty that visited hero u few
ejrs ng," & .
HnW n poor Timn lords'lt nerhui'"
who Is n little pooror than hlmselfl
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Bullc
tin for n nickc) it twice as large
as the tablet usually sold for this
pr'C m ,v
Autos, li'pfr bo'lir, Lewis Stables.
It isoes without spying that every
thing Is Dest'at The nncore.
Hepubllcans are patriot. They
register. Xastidiancc today)
Miss l-yiilsc lrwlli,ihalrdicsscr audi
iiiduiciire t uornv, louug llilg "
A liewlst(int eery day at tho An
chor SilooH 'tiynifu tind King.
Sui-chair ,hbr) no Ioiir waits.
Silent Barber! Shob, Hotel street.
Wnltnej A Mlrali h ivo just receiv
ed the new two tnno marquisettes In
nil tho latest combltntlons
A daneo will bo ghi-n this cciilng
bj Hi" Young Mon'a Institute at K. V
llnll A good tinle Is insure 1
lliuo weio nlno cases on the pollco
court calcnilirtthls mnrnlni? but flvo
of thini went ocr to futuro dates
I'ny (.ash unit ask lur gru3a stHinps
They're free Call at the show rmw
arid see what you got free for
Tho Alexander Young Hotel liun
dr Is now toady to Inn Do all out
sldo work lliono mi l$Gl and wo
do tho rest
It la expected, 'by tboso In chnrgo
of tin wo.k, that the Honolll road
will Ijtt flnlsl.ed up by Docomber lu
and ready lor tratllc.
The dainty aUrne'hc stics of Ih
Hcgal Hhuis foi women with the per
fect II' and comfort afforded b) thu
quarter sizes arc foutU at tho Itegil
Shoo Store, King and lHthol streets
A beautiful display of now rend-to
wenr Kiimcnts aie to bo seen at
Sachs Thero are oqulslto I.lngcrlu
and Marqillsltto gowns nnd Whlto
Shirt Waists among the tot
Get n Hwcctgo from llcnson, Smith
& Co . Ltd , Port and Hotel streets,
and halo a pleasant evening at home.
No mosquito troubles when' there Is
Skcctgo around. '
A chargo of bird shot rattling about
their heads rather startled tho scr
ants of James Stclner nt Walklltl
last Wednesday. Shooting at pigeons,
by .i nearby neighbor was the causo
Duy our paper from a I'npcr Stoic.
Tho American Hawaiian I'npcr Supply
Co, coiner Fort nnd Queen streets Is
the onl) exclusive paper houso In thu
Tcrrltoi ami cirrlcs a largo stock of
all grades. '
Valentine Holt has been added to
tho horticultural sin ft of the Hawaii
an experimental Station. Ho will
takcH-uWUiV work of propagnllngNllf
ferenl Island trulls tending toward n
better standard especially papa) as
The Hawaii County Hoard of Sup
erWsnrH hns adoptod a resolution
which deals with tho extension ,o(
Moohenu Park clear through to tho
Wttlakc.i bridge Tho matter will bo
placed beforo tho Gocrnor nnd Sup
erintendent of Public Works
1M, Low U and his ncrnplano will
cause a sensation next month, n'ld
already one passenger has been
promlrcil n rlrto. If the woulfl-bo
pa8rcngcr's wife sees him list, thero
will bo nothing doing In the wny of
(lights for the game ild sport.
Joseph l.lddv, at ono tlmo tho local
n;ent of tho Sailors' Union Is belli?
held for trial in tho Superior Court In
San Francisco, Kiddy Is charged with
thootlug dead a sailor for somo trhlal
cause. At tho tlmo of his nrrest I.lddy
wns cnhlnccr of tho Coast city polico
Republicans never shirk responsi
bility. They reg-ster, last chance
Tho registration of Miters In Hllo
district on tho Island of Hawaii
shows n healthy lucrcaso over that
mada for tlm last general election At
thu Inst election registration thoro
wtro M!7, tho present registration
shows 1017 It is Btnted that new
Portuguese Miters uro responsible far
tho tncioasn '
John D. Kelly of tho von Hnmm.
Young Co made the run from Kwn
plantation to Honolulu last week In
36 minutes, beating all provlous rec
ords by fdx minutes, In nn Uvcrott
JO. This ear has mado n grcai
showing in tho Kast for hill climb
ing nnd endurance and Is fas gain
ing prominence In tho Islands.
Quito n number of changes hao
been mado 'recently on llnnokna
plantation Chief Knglncor iY. M.
Januen bus resigned bis position and
Head Carpenter T OU'rlen, Cnno
Weigher W J, lllckard nnd Whurf
Ingor V. A. I lilrmlnghnm hnvo also
quit Timekeeper George nucholtz
has icslgued nnd leiues the plnntn
Hon In nbout two woekB time. The
rumor Is ulso cry stlonR to thu effect
that Manager GJerdrum will not re
turn nnd that bis place Is to bo tilled
clthor by Head I.una I'ursey or by It
II Hlgln of tho Mnliukonn railroad
Tho first stockholders' meeting of
tho Hllo Hotel Co , Ltd , was held in
this cltv on Tuesday' nfternoon und
J tho following Hoard of Directors elect
ed uoorgo l.yrurgus, I)omosthenc3
Lycurgus, Z K Myers, It W. Filler
nnd John Detnr Georgo I.ycurgus
was made president, Myers, Ice-president
und secretary, and Dotor, treas
urer A meeting of the directors was
held Wednesday morning, but little
business was put through Tho com
pany has only rccontly been grunted
Its papers ns u corporation and tho
nipllnlj clock Is se nt I'Mul) Tho
management nf llio boli-l will lomnln
unclinnRud Hawaii HoraKI
HONOLULU, T. It., SATUIIDAY, OCT,
Our Now Phono
Cll) Tiunsfer Co.
S fa lipping
i ADDITIONAL SHIPPING
AND BRINGS EXAMINER PARTY
LINER ARRIVED THIS MORNING FROM., ORIENT WITH
LARGE ,CARG0 WILL BE DISPATCHED FOR COAST
TOMORROW AT TEN.
With a German band of (Ue pieces
playing on tho boat dork, thus male-
Ing nn ontrnno to tho harbor like
thoso mado by North Gcrmin l.losd
liners In tho I'.ir Hast, the steamer
Mongolia of tho Pacific Mail Meet nr- I
rled nt tho dock nnd made fast short- J
' ft. ..l(jH C n'.lnnlr t1lm .r.MHln
11 uiiui a ulii'la tiin tun. inn,,
Tho ship was off port cirly but
: with tho largo number of steerage
passengers to bo examined by nuar-
'unllno olllclals It wns somo time be
foro nratlnuo could bo crnntid and
the steamer allowed to enter thu Inner
On this trip tho Morgoll.t Is taking
u cargo of over t3,0U0 tons, 2,200 of
which Is to bo discharged hero, and
us tho tsscl enmo into the harbor,
slio had n marked list to port
Thero nro on board tho Mongolia
112 cabin passengers booked through
to San Francisco, nnd ten In tho cabin
Stccrnge passengers for this port
comprise 114 Filipinos, 4 Chinese, 45
Japanese, and two Indians, and the
mall for Honolulu nmounts to 12
Except for tho nionibers of tho Loi
Angeles l'xnmlncr party on board tho
Mongolia thero nro but fuw passen
gers from thn Orient. Of the tourist
party ten left tho ship nt Shanghai,
(lyp nt Yokohama nnd three nro len
ItiR here, all to catch later steamem
for tho coast.
Throughout tho Orient tho party
liad a lino tlmo nnd in Manila espec
ially word they shown n great deal of
nttentlon. Merchants' Association
nnd others look euro Mint tho party
saw as much as posslblo of thn city
nnd Its cm Irons In tho short tlmo nt
their, disposal ennd b'jfp,rc leaving n
hnnquet wns tendereithcm at Hotel
Metropolc.i ",H "
All the parly wero jrnuch Impressed
with what they saw In tho Pearl of
tho Orient am) left Manila with tho
aowed Intention of being boosters
for tho Island posschslons.
The InnoMitlon of n band on tho
Bteamor has boon appreciated .by tho
passengurs on tho trip from Yoko
hama, tho music making such u pro
found impression upon thn skipper
that ho did not think It nccossary to
tcllvthn local agents Ills time of nrrh
nl until mi urgent wire wns receheJ
from them, night before Inst.
The llc musician?' wero picked up
nt Yokohama and signed on ns crow
of tho tcssol Tboy gavo dally and
ctcnlng concerts all tho trip from Yo
kohama, and tho passengers had thn
pleasure of listening; to n Iho band
instead of the usual .fanned iiffnlr.
A largo forco of slcvrdores wns on
hand ns soon us tho nssol Hod up to
Alakea street wharf and cargo began
coming from tho hatches almost Immediately.-
It will bo Impossible to finish dis
charging thn steamer In tlmo to sail
tonight nnd tho sailing hour has been
set ns 10 o'clock tomorrow morning,
nt which tlmo tho big liner will get
away for tho coast
Cecelle On Socond Visit.
Tho big training i-hlp llmoRln Ce
celia of tho North German I,tnil ser
vice ramo Into port Into )csUrday af
lernoon 120 dnjs fioni Ulth. thlrttm
da)ij more than tho tlmo she mndq
In 1107 nn (he trip ovoi thu panic
Tho gross tiinnngp of Iho vessel Is
3212 and sho carries a complonieut -of
flvo officers, jilxtcc men and about
KvcrUhlng pos3lbo lij prnUdod for
nic cuuuis, men miariors'nto almost
luxurious, thoy huyo n good hospltil
und medical attendance and thoro U
a class room on board wboro tboy n
celo Jeolinlcalinslructlon In bcaman
thin and also In Kiigllsh,
Thn ship will be In port about ,i
ninnh nnd during trfat'llme tho cadJti
will hnvo oMjry opportunity for go-
Ing ashore They como from somo
of the best families In Germany anil
at tho conclusion of their picpantorv
Instruc'lon will he placed on hoard
fctfrfm vessels of tho Gernian Mnyd n(
Tho Ceclllo Is commanded bj Capt.
O Waltor, and tlio other offlcors nro:
Flist, II Onrdesj pecoml II, Pohle:
third, n Kaehleit. fourth, V Vob"
The iiivlgatlug luslnidnr Is W Imm
ler; Iho surgeon Hi V. Martin, tho
Oberkoch, M Hlclitor, and tho chief
Number Will lie
(Jn. H. Love)
A. J .,
ON PAQE EIQHT,
st""ird K Kolchard
Tho cadets of tho first class are!
P.uil nggcrt, Paul Grcnbeck, Wllhelm
Hcrrenkncclit. Hclnilch Hoffmann,
Hermann, Jungo, Willy Schuppc.
Cadets of tho second chss aro: Hob
ert Klssllnjt Martin I.lcrkc, Krch
l.uthcrcr, Waiter Masko, Kmll Mat
lilies, Ilcrniann Mojcr, Waltrr Morltz
Rlrhird Prolss, Hermann Rnmsaucr
Frlolrlch Rclwipfcr, Arnold Schroedcr.
Holnrlch Spier, Paul Stein, Ilelnrlch
Cndcts of tho third class are- Wll
helm Hern rath, Hans nrandenburg.
Hermann nrcilc. Hugo nrucss. Carl
Deniel. Kurt nberhiirdt Prlcdrlcli
I'lsrhcr linns I'oorster Horst Hlnkel
iiinnu. Helntlch Ko'nchiimp, Fritz
Kniffl nudolf Krnusc, Dcmhard Kuh
fp Albert Rowade Ocnrge So'iroodcr
Gutav vin de Ihi, Maximilian Sch
neider. Anton Trlncca, Ilelnrlch Till
mantis Cadets of tho fourth chss aro: Wal
ter Hfrnlngor. Hugo ollehmcr. Fritz
tlorrinann, Vllhnlm Dcycrcr, Walter
i:rmlsch, Gustnv Gnbler, Kwald Glae
rer. .lohannni Gulcher, Georg Hen
ger, rnnl Hess Franz Hiiegel, Guv
liv Kami. Felix Kraemcr Fritz Uh
mann. Otto I.lebcrl, Krnst I.lst. Karl
l.osslei Thcodfir Massniann, Otto
Pniff, Hdiiard Walzbcrg.
Captain Nelron Hurt.
Cartaln Hlchard Nclsnu of the Ho
Icno wns brought to 'Honolulu this
morning by tho Mauna Koi from Hllo
suffering from n broken lo?. a rib nnd
perhaps other Internal Injuries.
Tho nccldent by which tho skinner
wns hurt occurred at Kolmlalelo Wed
nesday nficrnoiln nt four-thirty and ho
wan taker, tn Hllti for medtrnl ntten-
Captain Nelson had been dlscharg'
Ing n cirpo of fertilizer from the He
lena nnd as tho Inst sling load was
colng over tho sldo ho jumped on l(
to go over tho side. At that moment
whllo In h nlr. n snitch block or
romo of tho tncklo on tho wharf g'no
wnv and the wholn Imd with Cnptiln
Kelson on tho bottom landed on (he
rocks and It Is n wonder that ho was
nut killed outright.
Suffering from a leg broken Just
above Iho ankl. a broken rib nnd per
haps other Injuries besides n Severn
'baking up ho wan taken to Hllo on
tho Iloleno nnd brought to Honolulu
this inorutng on tho Maunn Kca for
Iioth Japanese nnd Chlnoao nre
much innro piompt In taking ncom
Ing cargo nwny from tho dock than
nio tho foreign firms, according to a
statement mado by n wharf olllclal to
Tho rirgo of thn Mongolia now dls
charging is composed In great part
of a largo shipment of Jnpincso rice
and akl and wllhln three, dnjs It will
nil havo been t ikon away necordlng to
this official If this amount of cargo
camo to n whlto firm. It would bo three
wceKs before- tho last of It wns clear
ed from tho dock, Is u statement from1
tlio same source. '
Marsmo En Doute.
Ycstorilay tho Canadian Australian
liner Mnrania sallol from Victoria
hound for Honolulu. Tho vessel Is
en louto to Australian ports und has
on board a party Of Australian cadets
vyip bavn been niakln;; n world tour
for olHcrvitlon of nillltlti methods
with tho Idea of learning new things
foi tholr own service
8ugr at Hllo.
According to tho Mnuni Ken which
ttt-lted from Hllo IIiIh morning thero
Is a; large miautlt) of sugar at that
poit nwaltlng shipment The figures
brought by tho steamer aro- Wnlnaku
6100, Honokan 3000, Punnliiu 2927, Ho
ntiipo C859, v
Makura from South.
Next Tuosday, according to sched
ulc tho Camidlnu-Australlau liner Ma-
kpia is dim to nrflvo In port from
Sjdnvj via poits of cull- Tho vesbel
will sail tho same day for Victoria
providing she arrives at an earl) hour
In Iho morning
i I(op6rta nf iihlpplng at other pnrlil
of tho Islands brought h the Mauna
Kca l his mornlni? nro to Iho effect
that Iho Arlzonan arrived atlllllo on .
Tuesday and sailed tho same day forf
Bctttlo. Tho Wllhelmlna arrived at
tho big island port on Thursday mom-
Ing. the schooner W. II. Mnrston Inl
loading railroad tics at Hllo and tho
tlorcalls is still discharging lumber.
Tho barkcntlno B. O. Wilder sailing'
from Mahukona early In tho week took )
n cargo consisting of 1C.G00 bigs of
sugar to tho coast.
la From Hllo.
Hilnglng a largo number iof 'passen
gers and a considerable enrgo' the
Mauna Kca arrived this morning In
command of Captnln Freeman,
During the trip the vessel encount
ered tho usual trades nnd heavy
northeast swells and her cargo
brought to poit hero besides .the gen
eral Island products consisted of 205
sheep and a shipment of chickens and
Tomorrow tho Mntson liner Wllhel
mlna Is expected back -from Hllo to
take on cargo heio for San Francisco.
The vessel had 2,400 tons to discharge
nt tho big Island port, nnd sho will
tnko on a considerable amount hero
for Ibc CDSst sailing for Snn Tran-
rtseo on Wcducsday at ten In tho
Klebahn III. "
Monagor Klebahn of' Iho shipping
department of Hnckfcld and Company
Is confined ilo -his home' ! Illncsso'
day. No Information os trtvhls'"alt-
ment could bo obtained at the shl
plng department over which ho pre
sides, but It was given nut that It
was nothing particularly serious.
I.ilo yesterday tho tlrltlsh frolghtor
Masunn sailed for Now Hebrides after
dlschafglng a cargo of coil brought
from Norfolk for tho nnvy. ' The 'Mn
Mindn will load nitrates for the west
coast and take n cargo of grain from
tho const to Europe
This morning the In'cr-Island
rteamcr Maul ni rived from Island
ports bringing no passengers but a
general carg? Inclining livestock. In
cluded In tho enrgo of tho Maul was
n large shipment of coffee and 7S
head of cattle.
(Special Hut let In Ccrn spundt nc
WAII.UKU, Maul, Oct. 7. Col. Ilul
lard's talk oh the Hoy Scout Move
ment at tho Alexander House Kinder
garten Inst Saturday afternoon was
attended by about ono hundred ladles
and gentlemen of central Maul Inter
ested In this movement. Among thdto
present wero: Hon. ll. P. DaUwIn, II.
II, Penhallow and Supervisor T. II,
I.jons. Tho Colonel gave a brief out
lino of tho history ot tho movement
and then gavo a straight talk as ti
the groat advantages tp tho boy hlnv
self when ho, becomes a member of
tho Iloy Scout which teaches h,lm, hon
or, self reliance, patriotism and other
noble virtues and chivalrous conduct
leading to tho formation of the best
all round men. After a talk lasting
uenrly an hour all present were Im
bued with tho necessity of forming
such an organization. Hon. .11. P.
Ilaldwln said that although ho was
nearly CS years old, yet ho felt joun;
enough to bo Interested In tho move
ment and ha will do all in his power
to further It. Others expressed tho
same, opinion and In a short whjhj'ttjoj
cntlro assembly becamo promoicrs"orj
tho Roy Scout Movement. Mr. C, C.
Clark of tho Maul News was chosen
cccretnry and the following committee
of ten was selected to further advance
tho organization: Captain W. 12. Hal
Captain H. K. Kolllnol. Hon. H. P.
Baldwin (treasurer), Mnnugcr Hi II.
Penhallow, Itov, It. II. Dodge, Captain
Whitehead, II. Ilnwoll, Supervisor T,
II. Lyons, nev II. P. Judd (Kahulul),
and Hcut.. w Kaluaklnl to represent
I.ahalna Hooks and pamphlets con
cerning tho Iloy Scolit Movcmont III
America und England woro loft with
tho commlttco who bad Instructions
to go ahead with tho organization.
Maul cannot expect $30,000 contrlhu
.. ... ...
iionB towards tuo movement mo samo1""" ut-mm. iv, niiiviiii;uw, mra, a.
ns has been dono recently In tho
Eastern States, but Maul citizens In
charg; of tho work of organizing will
see that n substantial amount Is sub
scribed towards fully equipping tho
bojs and pu'ttliiKtho organization on
n firm basis, fluttnqlnlly as wall os
otherwise. Tho movement will grow
hero slnco thoso In charge ot th?
work hero nro men ot energy, push
Fred Allen tho all round boomer of
Los Angoles and good fellow generull)
js ono ot tho returning passengers
on Mho Mongolia. Alles is wlih thu
bis Angeles Examiner party an)
most enthusiastic over tho trip
through tho Orient. "Wo had a spleit
did time," said Alios, "all along tho
lino. Lot my dear boy wo wero hapj
pier ovor getting back to Honolulu)
than any other placu oxcopt horn"
Tills Is a great town nnd u fine poo
plo and a good number of nur party
are going to stop over and tnko In
Hepubllcnns 'inre patriots, They
register. Inst chnnce today, i
Saturday, Oct. 8.
Mongolia, ICltt, from Hongkong vln
Mauna Kca. Freeman, from Hawaii
nnd Maul ports ,
Maul, from Hllo.
Wllhclinlnn, from Illlo tomorrow. (
-U. S. A. T. Dlx, from Jllllkl, Mon
day. TO DEPART.
Mongolia, for San Francisco, tomor
row, 10 n. m. ' ' ' '
Per atmr. Mauna Kca, from Hawaii
and way ports, Oct. 8 u-Il. Wallacu.
E. S. Wilson, 11. F. Kidder, O. W.
uiiiiiotto and wife, Miss J, Irwin, AUss
O Storcr, Mrs. K. Hand, Miss M. 13.
Ilorboco, A. K. Swift and daughter,
Mrs. J. C. Powers, It. )I. McCulloch,
J. I.. Charleston, U (M. Whltchoipvo
and wife, J. B. Ullmcr, ll. Smith, Di.
J. Wi Ilobcrtson, wlfo and on, Mlsse
Hobcrtson (2), A. C. McNeill, W.'j.
Clark, Geo. Lycurgus, B. M. flcrlng,
Vt Hurd and -wife. F. J. Willlanuy W.
Ogg; K J. Haro, II. Cookott,-wlfe avd
daughter, Mrs. J. C. Anderson, 2 chil
dren and nurse, Mrs. M. P. Mattoi
and 2 children, II. Fcrnandoz, A. Hou
drlcks, I,. S Matsu, T. Hadelsbl, wlfo
and child, Mrs. William Kittle, Miss
i. Akana, Capt. Ilj Nelson Miss Vlo
itor, -W.- Watson nnd'-w1fo, 8.' Oracc,
It. N. Dachalsky and wlfo. B. Wcstoby.
J. C. Taylor, Mra. Klonime, j. Pcfci.
Dr. Glalsjser, Dr. A. n. nowatt, W.
Lennox, .1. P. Forstor 'and daughter,
J C. Axtoll, F. U Hadloy. J. Pater
son, J. H, Pratt, M, P. Gomes, Y. Ya
mamoto, O. 'A.iIIorndt, 11. M. Coke,
D. Kruso nnd wlfo, D. Kcaka, Llllkans,
W. A. Grief Father Emerson, Miss M.
Mlka, John' King. n
Per S. S. Mongolia from tho Orleut.
Oct. 8 For Honolulu: Deri Honlg.
M'rS.' Dcrt Jlonlg and child, Miss An
nie H, I.ow!s, Miss Emrna'SK. Lowlo
Mrs. Grace McLcnn, C. FBnab, Mrs.
C. IVltanb, Elmer E. Wilson, Miss
Iils Wilson. 'For 8nn Francisco.
Fred lL Alios, Mrr. tFrcd Lr Alios,
Mra. Agnes M. Arlington, AtrSiF. But
tolph. Fv B. Btittolph, -Miss Cora Boet
tchor, Charles A. Brant, JVlra.iCharlefj
A. Brant, John J. Conncrs, James E.
Dunbir, Mrs. Jnmcs E. Dunbar, Mrs.
Mnrj G. Everest, Fi-cd K. fcldred, Wal
ter R, FIntow, Mra 'Ada M'-Wpuntaln,
Rc,v. Roderick GIUIcb, MrsBJ.'ailllc-v
and' 2 children, Mrs nubj',A,..dl!llcH,
Mastor Robert Olllles. iMiss S. U aris
Cngher. iBmll Ganz. Mrs. Joscphlnn
Griffin. 'Mlsii n. A. Olbbs, Ben .Good
rich, Mrs. Ben Goodrich, W.i'E. Mom
miiiid.' Mls N. 'llnnimond, Edward .1.
Huxtabhy Mrs. .Edwardi-J.iHuxtablc,
C. R. H. Horno, .Mrs. C. B,-8. Olorne,
Win. O. Humanon, Mrs. Wm..0. Hu
mason, E. R. Hlblnrd, Mrs. E.-H.iHlb-
oaru. Howard Hlbbard,MrsICarhl lap.
Howard. Mrs. Clara 'llollynr.' OotllifW
Hart, Dr. Emllc L)tnanii,Sl)tniAr F.
Ihmscn, Miss Josephlnb Ihrneni Mrs.
F A. tcsiirum, Miss Lllllam M. Jones,
E. O. Jullcn. Harry Kay. Mrs; Harrs
Ko,v. 'n. Link, John I)ng. Simoon Xo
land. Mrs. Slniopn Lcland. Miss Jfan
nlbello Inland. I. L Leszynesky, Jillss
11.1. Ixiszjnsk), Miss Hnttlo L. I;s
zv nsky, Mrs? Sara Michaels. AVm . M.
Milne, Mrs. Wm. M. Mllno J)r. Harry
H. Miller, Miss Alice N. Miller, Mrs.
Kathdrlno Minor, 'Mrs" Chos. II Mcntz,
Mrs. Edith Macko, Miss Mario Me
Glnnls, Miss Ida ANoxon, Miss Mjr
tic 'Nash. Earlo'R. Nash. Mrs1. L.jM.
IorlcrJ Miss K. M. Palmer, B A. Pac
kard, Mrs, -B.t A. Packard, Miss Dor
othy Packard, Mrs Jessie II. Peoplos.
Dr. H. 8. Potter. Mrs. Milton Prav.
Mrs. 'Anna U Roberts. Miss S. P.
Riich, Mrs. IE, W.Rosenhcln. Miss Ma,
rlo Rooch, A. ifothc, Mrs. A. Rotho,
Harry1 Ross. JohnIO,, Selgfrled, Gov.
Isaac 'TafD 'Btoddard. Mrs. Isaac Taft
Stoddard, Mrs. Mary O. Stoddard, Mra
I M. Stenehnrt, Godfrey T. Stamm,
Mrs, Godfrey Stamm, Miss- Florence
Stamm, Fred B, Stamm. Mrs. W. O
Shelter. Miss L. G. Shoffcr, Mlsa Mary
12. Sally, Mrs. John Sanders, Mrs. Em
ma A. Clade. Miss II. TwUtman, 'Mrs
Allco M. Wilkinson. Mrs. A. P. Wit- ,
jncr. Dr.' Wm. Ct WAtson, Mrs. Wnu
C.MVatson, 'Mrs. M. L. Whlto, Wm.
Zellweger, Trenhal Yt'J.eo, K. S. Yau
V. K, C: -Liang, 'M. D.-
-' .L '.cif - ;i,: ,
.Per 8. 8. Mongolln, forvan Fran
cisco. Oct. 8, Allco Mncfarlano. Air.
nnd Mrs. Mncfarlane, W, II, Frledly,
lr...tf Ti..i. 11, itr.i ..-i- in .
II. Wntcrhouso. Tsok Kill Tso. Mrs.
nnd Miss Angus. Paul WlthlngtonA.
W. PeroIstrouB. WnP, 8tovcns.iL Sip
vens, Mrs. L.Itnrlqims iuidMIss'H'n.
rlques, SamueJ Klng, Eu Kppkc.
I ' IN-FOREIGN PORTS. I
' ' -I Saturday, 'October 8.
PORT MIDLOW Ballod Bopt.
Sch.'.OknnoRan, for Honolulu,
VANCOUVER Sailed Oct. 7; 8. 8.
Mnrama, for Honolulu.
PORTi ALLENBallcd Oct. 3: 8. 8
Nevadan, for'8an Francisco
PEARL HARBOR Balled Oct. 8: Bch,
M Turner, (or Aberdeen.
Friday, Octojier 7. v
SAN FRANCISCO-Safled Oct 6, 0 p.
m.: 8. 8. Chlyo Maru, for Honolulu.
8, 8. Mongolia, will nrrlvo fromYoko
liama, tomorrow (Saturdas), morn
Thursday, October 6, .. ,
MAHUKONA Sailed Oct. p.uBktne
8. O. Wlldor. for San Francisco
HILO-Salled Oct. 4: B. 8. Arlronan,
Tor Scnllle. .
V ,.tn-.. i..' -
Weekly llul lot In ?l per jenr.