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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, OCT. Ill 1910.
MorDAYr j. .
l'n'clflc-Slaled, 'l u
ITIJEsbAVa ' "'l
Oceanic Second Degree. .
Hnnollnn First Degree.
All visiting member ot tb
Order are cordially InTlted to
attend meetings ot local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. 2. Hall
7:30 P. M.
.......... TT........ Members of
Milt tMHIttaS' Ziher Aiw.
ICKEFICIALAJSIATIOI dations cor.
HARMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 in, IO. 6. P. Hall, Fort Sreef.
E. n. HENDItY, Secretary.
V II. E. Mc'COY, Noble Orand.
r 'Jl visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU I0D0E, No. 1, X. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In'K. ot I. Hall,
corner Fort and beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to 'attend.
wii. jones, c. c.
O'. F. HEINE, K. n. 8.
HAWAIIAN, TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
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Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights, of
fytblas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
,, A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
' E. V. TODD.' C. ot It.
HONOLULU. AERIE, 140, F.67eT
, Meets, oji th,e. 2nd and tthWED
SE3PAY eyen.ings of each month, at
7iSp.' o'clock In K. of PplallT corner
Bereta'n'la' and fort streets.
.Vlp'tjug Eagles are Invited to at
tend. j&"" W. It. JULEY, W. P.
WM, u,t wcui, ow.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. E.
'Honolulu Lodga No. 616, D. P.? pi
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
street, near Fort, every Friday e,ve
nlu'g. Visiting Brothers are cordlaUy
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGIIEnTY. E. It. ,
GEO. T. KMJEOEL, Sec.
WM. McKIHLEY LODOEr $0.
, f v ',K,of P
. M.f. nr Snd and 4tff Saturday
fnlng,at ,7;30 o'clock In K. of, P.
Hall, f on Fort an Beratan.lai vul'"
log brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. If. A, TAYLOn. C. O.
E." A.' 3ACODSON, K. It. 8.
Fnr Col a
fin T - - "
Complete Office Fixtures
for immediate delivery. Address P.
,q. Box 207, Honolulu.
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) For Bent
l afrrrJlj1' ' . '
j folding Chairs & Tables
J. Hopp &; Co. Ltd.
Chain Now at the
m. iiEWiABBEBTi'A competent man
, Wi ' Juit arMved WnVtire rCsa 1
MVIEBBA , . . .woprietor
1 J. Carvalho,
2 John Hoomann.
3 Ed. Pcepcc.
4 Jamcj Hawaii,
More than cine thousand paper a
week It thq record Hint the. two
leading newsbojs In tho Hullo-
1 1 n's prlie content nre making. The
contest has been running for n lit
tie over six weeks, nnd these two
bojs have ca li i-old almost teven
thousand papers. 'Hutch" Carvalho
continues to hold the lead for the
Sterling bicycle prize, but John Ho
omaiia lessened up the gap between
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uiem ru...u.-.u., ..u..B .... ......
weeTc. A strong spurt may place the
second boy winner nt the end of the
cojitest unless the present leader
makes as Btrong a showing at the
The rclntlve positions of the other
bos who are In the running. for the
pair of shpes, football nnd boxing
cloves remain the same, hut n
prophecy as 10 pmsiuie winnm
would verv likely go far wrong., ni
nn one knows what each Is conlcm-
plating for n supcessful contest close. riuiiMiec resiqenis nuvo neon lig
An element of npparcnt Indlrfer- "ring mi tl.e change that will prob-
enco natural to liovs Is onreaimg
tlm vital Interest tho news es nre "" n--"" j ". umurn
ll nk Ine In the II.nl result. '"-"" " "' nqpiiW r They tliluk the
real I) tnMng In t e una resu , oi prohabIo Is that tlio
lloyllke. they are nil re "" crown that cap, Ylio. coat-of-arms on
what tUey intend doing ownrds the h
ln.t in order to uet one ot the prizes.' t
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anil tlioro wno nre iryuiK '" ""
nrlies are Just as secretive when
nsked whom they think will win.
Ono of the leaders put It this way
when nsked nbout the, contest- "Wo
mustn't Bhow our plans."
The closing date of tlio conien
has been set for Monday oen.lng,
IN. rOREIOft PORTS;
Tuesday', October 11.
HEDONDO Arrived Oct. 10: Sch,r.
Transit, from Hllo. Sept. l.i,
SAN ritANClSCO Arrived Oct. 11:
8. 8. Novndan, from ljort, Allen.
SAN FnANCISCQ Sailed Oct. 11. 1
I), m.: Sj S. Asia, for IJono lulu.
PUOET SOUND Arrived Oct. 11:
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Tng liercilies, Willi uruiKi-r nil-
blno 1 ntnw. , .
HONOIPU Arrived Oct. 11: Schr;
oniric, from San Francisco''
Tlie sYraighf Ticket
Lot in Beautiful
Close to Nature and be
Kaimuki Land Co.,
Chos. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King St.
A S,tyle Leader
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., Ltd,
1 2 -r - r ' -.' tr i ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tab'.ef'jold by the Bulle
tin for a nicke) is twice as large
as the tablet usually sold for this
Autos, S4 per hour. Lewis Stables.
Ilelhel SI. Unci. Sl.iml, I'linnr II.V.'.
Trv A nniii at lfimrtnr ll ta niirA
It goei without saying ihnt every'
thing. Is Dcst nt The Kucore. '
A new stunt eery day nt tlio An
chor Saloon, Nuiinnu mid King.
.'Six-chair shop; no long waits.
Silent Barber Shop! Hotel street.
For distilled water. Hire's Aoot
Beer and nil other popular drinks
Il!ng up rbono 2171. Conolldatl
Cliong Yal, b Chinese butcher was
fined 125 and cos's by Judi; Aiidrndo;
tlio man was cnnIctud of hating rot
ten meat exposed for sale.
As long ns you spend your "loose
c,mng ... g ,,. 3 ym, cnrrJ. lIlQ
.. f vour 8nInrv nboul wth
-. . ... , . ...j
on the rond to prospcrlly, Upon a
savings account with the llnnk'of Ha
waii. Two .lapanero became lnolvcd In
an nrRiiment nt IjUhop's v.harf this
UKiinln.i and tlio pillco hod fn'be rail'
ajnl In to ipifjl thulroihle. Ono man
rs was hajlly hpalc'nl'up, but he refuieil
b ujih .-. 11-1111)1, um nq iiuwi
to go to lio hcnltal when Iho. jKilce
wanted him to lUfyW. . ,,',,
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DIED OF HEAT
Jolly Trlxle, the "World's Fattest
Girl," Is dead. Heat apoplexy oer-
mii8 the human mountain on her
way dovp frbm llonohilu to tho
ti nplcs, nnd she died Just Lcfore the
Ztjaudln,r,on ..htrh she sailed,
Miefieh IsAfu.'Jh'he news Is that
Jolllc Trixle was burled nt Suva.
while the party with which sho,wn
traveling continue on to f.ue uojo
nles, wiiltlier the fat girl was bound
fpr an ox'h'ltiltlbii season. ,
Trlxle w'ns'hne of (h moxt widely
known liiimai) reaks in tho world.
Sho had visited most of the coun
tries of tho world on her mnny
tours, nnd camo to Honolulu two
nlonUls'TiEcrrinnTirro Northwest. She
vfaytinni itt' Aururln. Long Islnnd, N.
JY., oh June Sfi, 188, "niui as slie
was only twenty-two years' old nnd
weighed fi8li pounds, she was fair.
ly'cntlHed to be called n fnt girl.
Shn was on exhibition here with
Charles M. Ahrnhani's col(ectlpH of
human freaks, niiil was considered
tiio"'star member of his grotesque
troupe. Trlxle traveled In n spe
cially prepared stateroom, but nil tho
Tlevlc'es' Hint hnd been prepared to
keep hert from suffering with the
heat proved useless after the Zea
laudln got down Into tho real trop
Link McCandlPas will open his, Onhu
campVIgn' forinajly noxt Saturday
n.ight'l'aYeonHng to tho slntcment's at
uviuui runt; iiuiiiitiiiiiiiui( uiiti luiii
eldentally tlm ltbufhon campaign on
the Isla'inl will also bo' launclfed.
Democracy 'has been nulef htcally
.).' .I.L' ..n... nH,ln. ...i.l ' I I. n nv.
nuiuu iiiu uu vi-iiiiuii, viiu iiiu v-
cepfion "of a fow proclnct' mcollngs,
liuj tlm Ilnjirlions nro growing 'rcsiless
as tjmq' goes by nnd tlio llepubllcans
are campaigning lilliior ami yon, nnd
they c'pnlil ha'riljy postpono ihelr Oahu
debut until 'iJfnk ll'o Doss returned
froin his trip to Knual. Ho will bo
hack shQrty nnd then tho snlyos will
start at Aula Park,
l'cr S. S. Makurn for Victoria W.
II, Poper. It, JC. Kuglp. C, Aovnl nnd
wife, C. Knij and ID Hunslnns l s(eer
Per stmr. Mnunn Kca, for Mnul and
Hawaii ports, Oct, 11, Prof. Ilarron,
llpice Cnrtwrlglit, Miss M, Peterson,
Mrs. A. Tnyarps, Dr. W. C. Vntson
nnd wlfo, Mss 1'lclil. F. J, Histnh'n
nnd wlfo. W. flrccn. J, P. Fflstcr nnd
family. 0, T. M,pHptiry, A. K. Hat
field, J. K. Droit p. Mrs. J, J. Han.
Mm. B. H, Kim, Mrs, Vf. Arlington,
O, Sorenson, It. J,. Hind. J. O, Smith,
J, O. Young, If, Sclmzo, Mrs, Wut
spn, D,r. fliasyqr, W. Watson, A. J.
8,chfcnbergpr, II. T. Iln,yi.eldeu, J. Ilu
chupan, J, Ianul, A. llowniun, K. P.
Cj!iiiln, I(. S,. Heckur. Miss (J, A, llow
urd, Mrs. S. C. Dell and 3 children,
S,aruh tlogldn.1, Mrt1' K. H. Lewis, Mlsa
A. II, Invls. W, A, Cllk, P. Kn,y, C. 11.
llofgaaid, I). Ltli, W, N. Peterson,
Misses J, mid M. V'le'ulng,
i ' i
ty c U j- (l 1 1 V 1 1 u i) per jxir.
Our New Phone Number Will He
City Transfjr Co. (Jns. II. Love)
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ADDITIONAL SHIfPINQ ON PAGE EIGHT.
NEW WIRELESS ON DIX HAS
SPANLESS SYSTEM ON TRANSPORT IS SECOND ON PA
CIFICTALKED WITH HONOLULU 1200 MILES OUT.
WILL LEAVE EARLY AND BRING HORSES HERE.
The It'adlo onu v lifeless Installed on easterly v.lndn nnd linn weather until
tho tian8pprt.llli JiUt befoio tlm ship Sunday when frtsh eusterly winds
sailed ffiini Reajtlo on her last trip nnd head seas worn encountered to
to the.-Ofleiit by Dr. I.en Del'SirrPst, port.
thoin'rntnr, ban been innro llnii sue Through onrgo on the Mnkurn
r'FRful ncrnnlliig to n ctatamenljiiinilo iiiiioiintH to over 2000 tons and her
today by Lieutenant Hump, n. ijirtor- through passengers In nil clnsscn
master In chargo of tho vosi-e: iininber 173. t ,
Tho l)x Is tho only ihlp in tho' Cargo for llpnoinUi brnught by the
Paclllo upon which the sparkles sys Mai.ura consists of" 7 cases mcatn.'.ir.
tern Is tnr.'nllcd wlh the eP,ptlon sacks' grasj.k'eell, 1 kPBS cuslngrf,r30
of th transport Hufnrd which U on kegs corned beef, 400 rnikB lupln'n,
the Alnken run, nnd on her Inst eoi.t- 2? I sacks dried blood, 3."o(l saeka 'mil
lag Into IIpuiilulii the Ulx was In phnto of oi.imonln. 7." kega fioren but
communication with Kahuku station tor, 800 carcases frozen mutton, fi
Wre than twelve hundred miles out.
On account of the long wave length
n tno spnrKlers synem, six liumireil
meleis hlng tho j"ist length. It hn?
been difficult to get other ships nnd
land stations to ndjust to tho Instru
ments of' the DIx, Tho ordinary In
sriimens have n wave of from 200
(o 450 meters lu length.
while coming In from tho Orl'n
tho Dix could hear Knhuku talking
th tliO( Rhni-liUn YvUlcd was tHo!'1"? as n dlstlngulsheil passenger
huniirfel mllM nhead oi her. InJainn I'Hnen Tut Riiiin who N-i'eturnliiK tn
the same tioubln was found, anil Lieu
tenant Hump has n kwrlc to mako
ngnlnst the. Japanese stations for not
sending wjonlhe'r reports when re
quested to do. so. On Ihc mnliilanil It
is compulkory for operators to send
such reports when nsked from ships
AH Hie trip tf-cr to Manila nnd
bark the new np'paraius, mi iho 1)W.
w.'ileh Is nn'y n 2-klowa)l macliluo
gave more than iirdlqay satisfaction
and on tho noy trli It Is expected
thnt ccn better' ramlts will bo oli.
Sergeant Slgmon of tio signal corps
h In crraigo'hf tlio VliofcsN plant on
tho' D;,)nd io has ( ili'uumhcr of
years PyjCiJfnco'jfh!,lnjjiho stnte,
Alaska nnd" tlmvliflllipplhi.! with wire
less apparatus bpfnrrt hefng assigned
to tluj linrso transport. Lieutenant
Hump BiiliFfoilay tlat Slgmou would
bo commended for tho excellent re
sults he had obtained with tho now
npparatus on the DIx.
"l,hUt Is (ho (.cr-nnil trip f Ho DIx
to tho Orient yjlien not n sluglo mil
mnl has liOen Inst by ncrldent or dl
easo, Tho transpnil Bied from Ho
nolulu last tlmo wllli 279 horses nnd
miilos oii hoard nnjl n,rrlvod In if.i
nlla with oiery one la good condl-
, R .rflJ,rday nr(lors,woio reccl
cd thnrn'iJirf'nix. would Olrchnr'go hi
3,00 of her, i,po tons o,tucoaj horo
aflil tvoiild'o tp fio.Mle" nsj-stipn ns
IWj g"'a!!5"-,-'"""(ivwlp;l )fr lll
sini-. n ine Mounu rt-ine urnus.
por't 'takes on liprses nndtmirROM to
Sqn Francisco f'gn Virire Wl)l,c1wlU Ji?
luniicht, to IJonpltilu .nnij tlion J
transport return's''lp, $ Sound to loi 1
Unilor tho no,w arrangement tho DIx
shoiilij lenvo Ionpluli by tho mlddlo
oj; next week, nni earlier ir tlip coal
Is discharged In time.
For Life Saving Station.
That Honolulu needs n regular life
saving station llkp thosn mnlnlulncd
upoii tho mainland Is evident and It
is understood that Kuhlo will bring
tio mutter befnro Congress nt l(s noxt
session on behalf of the ponplo of tiro
Thcro have hpen many nccldonrs op,
tho beach nt Wnlklkl, wrecks havq oc
curroi) tiom tlmo to tlmo near Hono
lulu nnd tho capsizing of tievni men
In bouts Just outside tho hnrbpr on
Sunday all tend to show that such a
station U needed In tip's section, '
It Is proimsoil tn liavo tho stntfon
nt tho lighthouse Island at Hwa on
tranco to tho harbor being thus e'i..l'narlTf "i!1 l '1ftaf"C'1 m,rt "?, "'"hanKon. Miss 0. Oilman. Miss II.
ti'ally located between Diamond lloa.l I fc"r;1' '" l11".1""""' , , "'. Rudolph Sprockols, T. Mngoo,
and Pearl Harbor . 1Iir 1"",sb u ' "mv ll ,laB l",on'8- 8- Coleman, Miss P. H. Roberta,
mill l L.iri llliril.ir, ronlomillnllnn tnr 0f.. limn Tl, XI. T I. !...'..... .. "' "..'"?
Makura from Australia.
llrlnglng ten first, twenty-six sec
ond nnd eight third clnss passongprs,
several of whom nro for local the
utprs, nnd u general cargo of Aus
trullan pinducts tho Cnnadlun-Aus-trulliin
stPumer Mukurii, In comnmnd
of Captain John Olbb, nrriied this
luornlng fiom Sydney via Ilrtsbiino
und Suva, having sailed from' Sydney
on Monday, September 2G.
After Icivlng Sidney on the trip
north thp Mnkura experienced strong
east nnd north-east wjmls nnd rough
spus to Suva,' from there moderate
Tho Mnkiirn will nail this nycntng at
l oclock for vnncomer with n li-w
pinscngcra nnd cargo const3tlng of
20" tusen nf canned pliHiipplo and
tome pnekngoj of sundries
Hearty tomorrow morning the T K
K. liner rhlyn Mnru In command of
Captain (Irenno Is dun off port Imv-
China alt r n.Fhort visit to tho Unll.lclaflln, Misses Coppln (3), Mra,
oi Stnteq, .As ithOlllner Is liehliiil'1'"'". A. S. Dowd, W. J. Donaldson,
tlmo she will piobahly sail In tho af. ' Klllott, Mrs. W. L. Raton, Miss 1J.
ternoon for tho orient-' u
' Jn a i
Off to Frisco.
At ten tomonnw morning both tho
liners Sierra nnd Wllhelmlna will sail
from their respective berths for San' ''"""pari, ltev. F. W. Puap, Mrs. Pjap,
Friuiclsro tho hour of departure of Master Fdwnrd Paap, Master (Iforgq
both iteame.s being tlio samo. Tho'l'nup, M,aster John l'aap, J. II. Paap,
vessels nro taking out cargoes of Ha- Mrs. l'nnp, Miss Hilda Paap. Miss Vln
wnlhu products nnd ench has tUo.lo Paap, A II. Pursell, C. Ityan, Mrs.
Usual number of passnigorn hound fii(
Tho Army transport Sjhcrma,!) 'Is duo
to arrive from Ran Francisco (omor
iow nftcrnnon about ono o'clock nnd
mny not bo dispatched for flunm and
Aianiin uii'ii iiiursuny. The Rlicrmair
Is bringing n Rnindinii of iho Fifth
wavniry lor siuiion nt Honolulu nndi
otner tiooiis ror tho Philippines.
Mauna Kea Sailed.
At ten o'clock this morning tho
steamer Mnuna Kea of tho Inter-lsl-nnd
llect sailed for ports of Mnul and
Hawaii, Tho vessel had a largo mini-
her of passengers on tho present trlp'n","' ,, 'T7o Vrilr n , , ' '
faces pee.lng out over n profuslo, of
lels woun.l nbimt n.o nL
.. si I.4M iin iiiivu wuii jiannv
for n tug 111, , of Iho rjlelcuto
I nnil a...,.. ..... .
LUUAL WlAKIIMtb WILL
HAVE NEW CHIEF
Present Officors to Bo Trans
ferred to Othor Posts,
To.tPi.1hy the , Herculen stnrled ' """"'""f ' ' V- ""'"r, Mr. Hod
frniirnpiigol SounV towing the new, ""' " ' ' ' ?""' T'
dPndgcr iteHlnn',1 for Penri IIirborM"r0' A' "' ' "r8c11, F" "' 1,lalr ttml
JdJfc ''Ti,h 31. I, L ,. I "ftwlfe, W. II Friendly, Mrs. C. II. Wat-
Which h,rs ,.er been ntlempted nnd '!, '," ",'' , ..r
tMip.ogre, of iho .Up fro,,, ,l,0 ..? 'jj " """? "" "'!?
Sound lo Honolulu will bo watched $-- i V- ii w' V ' ?' n'8covo1'
win, ii.no. , , i '"'iMIss I. holly, W. W Muckcy. Mr. Qui.
...... ...(.. ,-j niiiiMiiuK IHL'll, I
II Mln lt.rr.r..,nlln.. n..l..n.l 1 .!... ...... . .- . '"'I
.. ..!. ........,...,.., i,i.tivici iiito ISi.llISS I'.lliei AllKIIS. .Mrs. Jnlin Anir
correct thero will bo sotnn decldeil'Mr, nnd rs. Iiuls nistell nnd Infant'
changes In tho personnel of Iho odl-JMr. n.nd Mrs. piood. Miss M, DIas
cers o( tho marine coips, now station Miss Ornro S(orer, F. Ifenyo'n Miss
ed nt this iiort, nnd It will nil happen V Lord, Mrs. i;. Dye Mrs A M
"'""""''"" "'i ""'. ii is rupon-i
ed that along nbout tho latter part
of November Major Novlllo will arr(vp
hero nnd will take command of tho
Inonl nsslgnment of United Stntosmar-
Incs, relieving Miljor Long, nnd lhat
shortly nftcrwaids nil or nearly all,
ot tho officers now stationed with tho
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officors who hnvp been hero fpr spn'nnd child, Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Knqurst'
time Imvo mado many friends nnd will j Mrs. J. 0. Mooro, Mrs. M. Knight'
bq sorry to loavo. col. 7.. S, Snptdliig, Mrs. C. Welters'
It wus announced' n while ngo Geo. n. McClollun.
Ili.it tin re would bo n largo body of, p.or 8, 8. Chlyo' Maru. Oct. 12 S
mnrlnes bent lipro In bo stationed nt Newman and wife, A. Krniowskf A
Pearl Harbor but tlio tlmo of their I.evassor, H. 8, Wlnslow II F Klddor
coming hns not, been set. k. W, Itnliertson, S.'Ozakl. V. Darslo',
,, , , VT" I Mrs. Dartle, W. W. Darslo. Miss M.'
U everybody hud eierytblng flint , Uarslo. i:. C. Salmon. Miss Sarah Al,
ho over wished for there would toon , Jp. Mrs. oldfuln uml child. Chock
hq discontent bpeausp thpro woulil, bo chew and family.
iiiHiiiug iiioie mr wine, io wish, Al-
Weekly II Ml I ntln il Jier J cur,
Tuesday, Oct. 11.
Sttnr. Mnkura, tllbb, from Sydney
Tuesday, Oct. 11,
Stmr. Mlknhnla, 1'lltz, for Moloknl
and Maul jiorts, u p. m.
Stmr. Klnnii, Oregnry, for Knu.il
lorls, B ii. nt.
Stmr. Manna Ken, Freeman, for
Maul nnd Ilnwnll isirtn, 10 a. m.
Stmr. NIthnu, for Houokna nnd Ku
kulhaele with explosives, 10 n. m.
.Stmr. Maul, for "Mnhukoua and Kn.
wnlhnc, 12 m.
Stmr Helcnc, for I'nnuhnu nnd
ports, S p. m.
Stmr. Mnkurn, Olbh, for Vancouver,
C n. m.
Wednesday, Oct. 12.
S. S. Chlyo Mnni, flrecne, from San
Frnnclsco, n. ni.
U. S. A. T. Sherman, from San
Kranclsco, n. m.
Stmr. Clnuillne, from Mnul ports,
Stmr. W, O. Hnll, from Knual iiorts.
Wednesday, Oct. 12,
S. S. Slcrrn, Houdlottc, for Sari
Francisco, 10 n. 111
S. S. Wllhclmlnn, Johnson, for San
I'rnnqlsco, 10 n. m,
p. S. Chlyo Mam, Orcene, for Hong'
koug, p. m.
I'er 8.' B. Mnkura. from Australia.
Oct. 11 J. Illlllbiirli. Minn H. li. llnli.
gel, Miss M. II. Boyio, Ilcv. Futlier"
lleuciILt, J.' llendrodt, Mrs. II. C
I Cornfurtii, m. ('nrswell, Mr. Dnvli's,
llcv. A. J. Derbyshire, r. Dnnlpoii, C
Defrles, Mrs. DcfrliH nnd Infant It. A,
Forrest, Mrn. Forrest, Miss Forrest,
Master Forrut, Mrs. Hojbrook, Mrs,
Holbrnok Hnrc, A. Jerome, Cepl J,
Lovlen, " McNnlr, Mr. Orntn, A. II,
I'arker, Mrs. I'arker, Mailer I'nrkir,
Mrn. tlulnlnn nnd Infant, .Mnitcr Hur
ry Qulnlnn, Master Nlel Qiilnluii, Miss
ltyan, Ills Excellency Dr. W. II. Solf,
Mrs. Solf nnd child, 0 T. Syme, Miss
II A. Shcppard. II. F. Trcv'elllnn, V.
Wnwn, Agucw Wills, Mrs. Wills, Mr.
Alberto, Dr. F. Autonglnl, Mrs. C. Al
len, Miss A, A. Adams, W. J. Ilnnvjl,
1,r?- Hrnwn. Mlhs Annie Ililscoe, A
W. Ilchrens, Mrs. Ilehrens, M. II
I'orn, i. ii. rowier, ur. w. M. i'-'
or, Mis. (larvcr. llev. T. Goliuur.
Mrs. C. llorwitz, Mrs. J. law, Mrs. K.
Miller. H. II. Mnsou, Miss MacCai tliy,
Mrs. Napier, II, O. Nelson, Madnuip M.
ltyan, Mrs. A. Itcece, M. Stern, Mrs.
Stern, Master II. Stern, Miss E. Stern,
N. M. SMey, Mrs. A. Spruce, Miss I
Hmlles, .Miss A. M. Tulcher, 1L .1.
Turner, Mrs. Turner and 3 children,
O, T. Underwood, Mre. Undcr.wood,
Arthur Vnlll. C. Willis. Mrs. Willis. 11.
C. Willis, Miss Stelln Willis, Miss D,
Willis, Master W. Willis, J. F. Wardle,
W. J. Woodward, W. A. Woodward. T.
nconng, Jonp erga,
i-cr siinr, Kinau ror Kanal imrts,
Oct. 11. Francis Ony, .Miss Ilodglnn,
Sister Alhertlnn, W. It. Jnrdln.
Ter O. S, S. Sierra for Ran Fran
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,C. UZehrlng.W. Sclmrhln, W. J. Cul-
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i iov Tl I. rl,ln n ur ii..Hn.. .
.rf, ... ... ..M.M.., V.. I,. UUII1UU I1ILI1
wife, Mra. F. II. Ilulghl nnd daughter,
T!- ?m- M: a
Itigher nnd wife, A. W. Spencer. Miss
I1" ' .iiiuii.
II I TIM.....
I Per H. S. Wllhelmlna for San Fran-
r"'co' 0ct' "-Ml M. n. F.ynon. Mrs.
i.. j. iviirren anil cniiii, u. K. Hnffman,
O. W. Hois, Mr. Shaw. W. Wntor.
house,- N. XI. IIowo. W. II. Filcdly, J,
A. Smith, A. C. Alexander, Mr. nnd
Mrs. O. II. French .T. Wnllnr iv.v,o
wens. .virs. w. I), llnrnnrd, Miss M.
i:. Paly, Mrs. C. H. Fnlrer Mr. nn,i
Mrs. Fred Smith and Inrnnt, Miss Idn
Anderson, Mrs. C. T. Mills. Miss K.
Illossom. Miss H, Schott. Miss Mar.
garct Dunn. Mr. and Mrs." Ron ii,.ih
Mr. and Mrs. I). Y. Campbell. Miss A
Wlckstrurii. C. II. Olson. Mr. n ii
lllank books qfUII sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured, by tlio bulletin
AT BIG BUSINESS
(Continued from face 1)
speak," said Mr. Sptcckels.
"I hate to believe that lluslness
men will vote for dishonest' men In
office rather than grnft prosecutors
because to elect tho latter would
"I nm going to devote''the rest of,
my life to bringing home to 'tile bus
iness men tho right .and wrong of
the proposition, ,oi! k.,'1
"In San Francls;o during? the last
election I saw reputnble business
men trafficking with the worst ele
ment of the tenderloin. They gave
their employes n half holiday to
work for the election of McCarthy
a most disreputable man.
"If the business men nre not ready
to fight graft and elect honest offi
cials, then In n short tme there, will
bn no protection for honest business
"Within the space of n very few
yenis them Is to he n involution In
the United States.
"J, P. Morgan heads the group
that controls, the finance 'of the coun
try, nnd tho Stnndar'd'-Oll crowd con
trols the Industrial affairs of the
country. ' "
"These two mon, or' two groups,
will fight for the controlling posi
tion, and rhonld ono group succeed
In undermining, tho.pt.liar, lt, would
prVlpltutc a wiiinre Wliich "would
i;su'.t In lnfck of employment for
innuy nnd starvation fpr BOine.
"There nre 3000 Socialists In
Ameil'.i today, mid such a warfare
would result that people would get
food at nny price. ".'
"lKg bu.lnes Is nil right when
run properly, but when using und
erhand and dishonest methods to
down n rival, then they should be
"Hero In Honolulu, because you
nre r-nnll, there Is no particular dan
ger of this revolution.
"You are depending upon sugar
hero, nnd ou should not divide your
profits with the most corrupt trust
lu existence today the Sugar Trust.
"You here should watch out for
this nnd fight for the Idea that
'honesty Is the best policy all the
(Continued from Face 1)
a good otlclal and, beyond being ad
dicted to wearing expensive clothei
and tn automnbllo, riding, ho was not
of, oxpeiislvq tastes.
HoVry Clark is n well-known Bng
er nnd he hns traveled extensively.
Not very long ngo he returned from
a trip nil over Australasia nnd Ihu
Smyth Seas. Ho. hns appeared at
many concerts In Honolulu and sang
In at least pne church choir. He
was nppoluted to his position by
Judgo Andrade and had held tha
place for nbout a year.
, Clark Is well connected. In '.his
city. Ho Is n brother-in-law of both
Supervisor McCtellan nnd Sheriff
Jarrctt, and by a queer coincidence
It Is Jnrrett who has "nls young
brother-in-law arrested, doing his
duty without hesitation,
Further complications nro hinted, at
with regard to Henry Clark'sJ alleged
shnituge; a largo amount of money Ih
Involved and It Is Hllegrid that tho
hhortaKQ In Iho cash bntil bv r.mr
nmnuntcd to soma Jl.200, Most of this.
was "secured" by personal I. O. U.'b
nnd fhpqups of men "higher up" ll In
said. It Is alleged lhat iho'chequos
weiq worlhlosa and Uutf thoy were
presented n, found t obo valueless.
Auditor .Tamos l.lp'yd declined to ten
i Hulo tin man miythtng when In
terviewed this morning and said that)
Clark bad been nrrnnin.i nn.t tli.. M...
. ..... . ,., ., ..,..,, M.,. ,., nn
nil thpro was to It.
'Hip 81, Louis Collego Alumni are
determined that Clark' win irr.t i...
inndo n scap"gpat. for tho Mjbrt,age
in i,i poiico ouico, tuul say that
If higher tips nrp Involwd tliey will
linvo to corpe,,tO' tho mark.
Shoilff, Jnrrett and Dspnty Iloso
wero very BiirprlFcd when they were
Inform..! nl tlm ..lln.vA.i .!.... .in
-.. ... ..,.. uin,uii iii.i..ciiitiiiit;ii
nnd, .although thoY'''i(psUla8'' de-
ll'ii'ttiii.iil !.... ...,il.ll i . ...
,i.,....i.iii, huh iiuilling IO 110 Willi
inom, rpei very sorry nbput the af
fair. AS SOOn ni Clark wnt nrrnal,l I.a
wns hilled nut bV Judco Carloa rlnnir
nnd Dr. Cowes. Tho nmoiint 'was fix
ed nt $2 000 and thn nccused was re
leased. It Is certain that the whol
nffntr will l.n lniAni..niA i -, .
i"- "f t-RiiiiaiKu uy inn
Kvory man Is nnovii the average
to hear him tell It.
A woman doesn't mind, being fooled
lylu-n sho dpes It livrsqr.
Rome railroad Bepurltloa nro uliuost
ns Insecure us the roud Itself,
Woman's beuuty makes man's
brn,lns look llk a dollar minus 7tt
A ninn'a appetite usually lasts long
er than his atamach.
it rraifsfk rv tt
w W Will llrl I'll
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