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EVENING BULLETIN HONOMJLTJ, T. H., THURSDAY. OCT. 13, 1910.
MONDAY: ,'iai ,
roclOe Staled. fflfY
, Oceanic Second lligrcr.
' liefulnr p. in.
Hawaiian First lltgrrr.
Oceanic Third Degree.
All visiting members ot the
Order re cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
-L, m(JP at K.P.Hall
"" MJF 7:30 F. M.
cpcnwALiviAiiun. cintioni cor
iUjlyiliVited! HABMONY IODOE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Jleeta every Monday evening at
StSO'ln I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
'' 'fc. ft. HENDUY, Becretafy.
Wr" 11, E. McCOY, Noble Grund.
'AH visiting brotberi very cordially
OAHU IQDQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
Hay evening at 1:30 In 1C. of P. Hall,
corner Fort-awl Ileretanla. Vtittlng
broltieis cordially Invited to attend.
WMV JONES, C. C,
v 4 0. F. HEINE, K. ft. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
'''Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each raonth at Knights ot
1,'ytbjai IJall. Vetting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKJN, Sachfcw.
"f B. V. TODD, C. ofrjl.
HQpLUItf 'AERIE, 140. tflO.rt
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED-
t NESDAY evenings of eacbmonth at
J ,7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall; corner
I Ileretanla and Fort streets.
, VUltlng Eagles are Invited to at
tend. ,. ' '
' vf. n. nn.EY. w. p.
i, JVM, C. McCOY, Sec.
O HONOLULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. E.
O - - ' ' , r,
trnnnfnln IjnSee No. 616. D. P. 0."
Elks, meets In their hall, on" King
Street, noar Fort, every Friday eve
ning, yelling Brothers are cordially
invited tb attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. II.
"0E0t T. KtlllEOEL, Sec.
; . : 'J. V i t :
S ' Wtf. McKJNLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
ja. oi r.
ir.... .. "n nnd 4th Saturday
venlrig at 7:30 o'clock in iv.. o -Jlall,
c'6r: Fort and Beretahla. VlBlt
Jng brbthera cordially Invited to at-
i"en(J- ' -
.i . mivmn n n
tl E. A. JACqBSON.K. R. B,
1 ! I1 )l ' 'J'1. "
:f "Goto" " " "
Complete Office Fixtures
4 for fanmedUite delivery. Address P.
Tj 0. Box 207, Honolulu.
Z '! ' For Rent
Folding Chairs & Tables
, 4 J. Hoiii Cz Co., Ltd.
, Chain Novj at the
O.KION BARBER SHOP
3Ljjj??w BARBER A competent man
' JtVIEfiBA. ...:.'. Proprietor
Secretary Wood's Report
Shows Work of Publicity
Hawaii has been getting plenty of
the right kind of publicity lately, ac
cording to the report Scretary 11. P,
Wood submitted til the Promotion
Committee thl afternoon. Seattle
has rerelved Hawaii's representative
cordial!, and from many sources
come favorable mention of the Is
land and their Kltractlons. Ilia re
"Hepoits fiom our ngent In the
Northwest continue to he must en
couraglug On September 2!) Mrs.
Headlpe gave her la.lc on Hawaii he
fotc the members of the Metropolitan
Club of Seattle, being wnh leCclved.
In speaking of the ex melon, Mrs.
Mr V W. King, the manager,
has Just come In and tells. me that
fifty of the largest pa pern throughout
the State will itiinouucethc excur
sion October 4. The smaller papers
In the State on Wednesday, the Gtli
1 shall send jou uh matij of these ns
It may be pokslblc f( r me to secure,
The: Seattle Tillies Is to devote u col-
oi ed page to the trip in November,
We are sure!) getting publklty for
this trip In many vvujrs. Mr. King
thinks they will linve o use two
steamers, both thQ,, Prince Rupert
and the Prhicv George, nB the now
have n Hut of 090 nelsons who hnvo
said that they are going. He ex
pects to iccelvc on deposits thl3
week between $r0fln and $0000.'
Working Up New Excursion.
"The Pacific Coast Steamship Com
paq's offer of the (Jueen having
beetl refused by the I.os Angeles' nlobttl(i y)0 afTV ihB nflernoon.
Chamber or Commerce, the company Ti,g rnornlns a Rapid' Transit con
is now endeavoring to work tip an (C(0r Suited Sheriff" .larrett nml pro-
excursion out' oi I'oruanu, us mo
following letter from tho geuerul
passenger agent, .Mr, C I). Diiniuin,
"I have jolnsj" dated Scpteinlier
in ndvlslng of Bhlpme'nt of UtCiUui:
which we w;lll bo pleated to dlsti-ih
uto amopgar out ngeiHs. You na(v
for.ward such iiunnytles for futuld
distribution as ,yfirdcerjj. proper. .It
will be our pleabdrojo see to (what
. , - 4.' . ..
"'Wo entered lnt(i nootiatloni
t.i, il, I Aiiffiiliis! Phnmber of
Commerce for nn Island excursion.
The writer lsitcd their commuteo."-
In person and piesented wlmt was
,n.,i.,i i,. nn neeenLihlo iirdno -
,,,. .,;' ,in ,iiii,arnilnii tbo
HI11UII. Aiiri muw iicim . ..
.IiIa.. 4mm jinn iluHliarnllnn I tin
commltlce sept ... Its dec.lnn.lon. It,
subscrUiers to meet the expense.
"T'Wt-are now negotiating with
parties ln Pnrlliind, Ore. who hopo
to organize nn nxcurslon the coming
winter. If a succfemii iue ,i
reached, wo win auvisc ou niiij.
LHow P. C. Jones Got It. .
-"tecent "fcllppingH ironi ine ioni
(invb conalicd numerous references
to Mr. P. C. Jones' icmarkahly (liilck rebent the maritime Interests of tho'
trjp from Honolulu to IJoston, nnd Hawaiian Iblands In the matter of
It has been a piutter of eonjocture nHJthe puhllratlnn or n portrait and hi-
to Just how 3o muc)i publicity wn-ijographUal sketch, Biich as you. no
given to thq arcompllshmcnt. -1 tlcuitjt. nro aware la ono of thn lead-
tcrs to hand by t)ils mall clear iiPJlng features of our pnpor. " If ou
tho mjstery, however, for It would W bp kfnd enough lo go Into tho
appear that Mr. Walter J. I.ynch.) matter of sending us tho material
passenger traffic manager for the to euublq us lo publish such a por
NOW YOrK Ueilirai IOCS III IIIICUKU.
who was lotontly here, saw a good
opportunity to udejtso Hawaii and, -t mgilt aIk0 ,0 nppiopHato to
his road at tho same time, so ar- publish horvjtlilng about the port,
ranged tho desired connections nt- anj wq B,IKBest that If you desire lo
tending to tho publicity end S well.B fmtber Into HiIb matlnr. that ou
"That wo nre hte.idly ndvaiiLlng Hend us material for something of
our outpohts Is well indented by that character. In hiding what lllus
Die following letter from-tho man-, trnllops ou think hest."
agt,r of the foreign department ot "Tho sfcrotnry of tie ljlngham
tba Kllst Nutlonal HaiH of Pitts- ton, ,. Y Chnmlier of Commerce
b;irg, P., dutflsl Septomher Sift: acknowledges t)i ucelpt of tho an-
'Tour annual ifljoj cmo to nuu rel,ort 0f the JlnwnJI Piomotlon
hand (hid was"lorubed by thti writer) Committee In the following words:
with gi interest. Would youj " jmvo tocelvcd and nrefully
mind placing this department on J rouO our iiniiunl leport. As u re
your niaDlne H" for 'any of your suit I wont to go to lluwnll, not only
publications or hii-"'"b -""" i 10 suo ine ihiuiiu, mu to got no-
,,wWe fiavo n it(" ff f0l,r Be-(qunltiled with tho oxcolloiit orgnn-
tlcmen Icnylng Sdh FrsiKlsro on thonzation jou must have, I hope that
J-. .1 , .liinBlllnA - n t t
Mongolia, Qctober rfi, on inp'irnne such trip may be iiosslblc.
arorfiid Iho Woir nnd they Intern)
to plop, nt Hawaii i""- bout tw0
weeks. They would rathdr ''aye had
tiiroo weeks, but wu could not AV
rmige tho steainshlp uccomi)iodntlons
eatlsfacorly. Jlowovor, f thoy find
the island Intorestlng thoy may stliy
from four lo live weeks. Our pas
beiigors' names are Jfr. (lcuii Stew
urt, Mr. Alex. K. N'lmlck, Mr. O.
Kkelund and Mr. Caroll Itobcrtson.
Thcso gcpllemen hiilong to our very
- are pleased
and wo have
best families, nnd If they
with their stay on tho a!
no doubt that it will
tami1..1. nn AnntViAr Mnn.
jiuiiviuiu "-"- -' v: . .,..' . ... .... i ....ii,i.,..
Having noticed in tne iibi oi nut
J,or depths published by Shipping Il
lustrate.), n now ioik piiiiiiciuiiii,
that Ho.iohilu was omitted, wo wroto
In tho editor of the paper, who re
plies under dale of September 27 us
'"Wo have ours of the 8th anil terming results and giving iciieweu
I bunk )ou for alllng our attenlloii insurance of a very luige increase In
to the absence of your poit In ourjtiavel to Hawaii dililliK the next six
lltt of harbor depths, and this la to months."
LOCAL AND GENERAL
'The tablet sold by the ' B u 1 1 e
tin for a nickel ii twice as large
as the tablet usually sold for this
Autos, 14 per hour. Lewis Stables.
t llelhel SI. Hark Maud. Phone 113'.'.
Try n case of Plnectar. It Is puru.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Deal nt The Encore
Miss t.onlKo Irwin, hairdresser and
manicure, ltoom 65, Young llldg.
A new stunt every .lay at the An
chor Saloon, Nuilanu a nil King.
All the cases at the police court this
morning, with tho exception of one
wtnt oer till future datts,
C. llicwer & Co, held n regular
quarterly meeting this morning fur
I ho transaction of rout I no biisliiusi,
For distilled water, Hlie's JVoot
Beer nml all other popular drinks
Ring up Phone '2171. Consolidated
"What wn3 th,c troublo?" enquired
Mclliydo nt tho pollco court this morn
ing, "Tho tioiiblo was marriage," nn
swured the witness nml everjbody
Attorney Mcllrjdc and Attorney Pe
ters bad many arguments lu court
thl morning nml. nt timet, the spec
tators broke out Into humbler, onlv
to bo quickly gupprcsspil by officer
Hoard of Runpn mors held a short
sctslnn Jhl-Tjioon to p.ms tho ntce-
sary iuiolU ufion which illsbiirsp-
incuts inns'! bo uudo on Saliinlay.
Nolhl"7 .' i Importiihco came b
fore tho board.
A caid pun; and dance follqws tho
Peiomtlon of Chlynlry ctremonies' bytoatiishliincoiiipan) ahd (lining thu
canton yalm, .0. 1, Patriarchs Mlll'jiimu ino t;niyo was in pou yi'sioruny
tant. tomorrow night at Odd Fellows' he w.m tin 'coiuiiltntlou with T. 11.
Hall. All Odd Fellows, ItebckuliB pnd
friends are Invited
Chcmlrt Illanchard Is on the trail
of a number of butchers nnd endors
of dried nnd fresh flsh. K,o wnt
ranis were sworn to this morning, nnd
,icc,i n half dollar that, when sound
ed, rang badly Tho cpln was sent
on. to nrecknns, and that expert de
cided that It wni good; a slight split
midei the money give forllt a
In al pollen court cjrc this morn
Ing there was absolute perjury on ono
side or Iho other. A girl and another
witness sworo Hint ho defendnnt In
the case were at the Hlrano hotel on
a certain night, and lhat they had
,. , ..... ,. .,...,...
!"". """- no ouieuoani sworn
Islthely that ho was at home, nnd
I ca''l number of wltnesi.es in prove
I. The endorsing committee of the
l clvlc Kedorutlon held a meeting es-
lcl',ln' ""' dcclilod by roHolullon not
'V W -n, canuiua o, a
... , . J .
lifl,lnnf ..nHlA !...- . .1-
,on n a )() ,,,.. .,
mxuttlttt It tt H tt Htt n
ndvse you that Iho list has been
corrected lo Include Honolulu.
" 'Wo would lko to huvo jou nd-
VlRA IN IIU 111 Wlln inll-lll lllll.itrlv ..-
, trull nm iilintili wn will ,.,nll.. ,.i,"'U wil nuiiitiiiiro nitiuiiiiiy
nroi-lnio n '
I .. x - . ft .A i A
Kansas Olty Interested.
' "'Ml'. 1J. M, Cleiidoniug, genoral
secretary of the Knnsns City Com
mercial c uii, nlfn hag kind words to
tay liput our vvoi'U, IiIh IctUir of
September .'o neing as roiinwsi
i tiuiiik ou fo'f luivlnirVont mo
jour uiiimal i'opoit, and 1 hope, when
jou get out yiiiv adveitlslrig matter
for W)ur nnniittl flmMl festival, that
oil will fnvnr us again wth siiiia
of t w that we miiy bo hulpfut to
you, nd wll midcVor to se f wu
can proUM liifiyost In oijr paopl.
ahput go.pg to Umm.i.l,, nt t.mt
ti.e l can plainly rrom i m
report w ,lc), ,p.i .rill P 'i,, , r
- i oiganuaiion is in giim ruii'ii'i"ii
and 1 wtsh jourslilf nnd t'lir liUQ
clutlon muc)i prAperUy.'
"A large number 9' Interesting
letters came to hand by the last
rmnll, evidencing inns our campa'K"
for next winter's tiavel Is alroudy,
Our New Phone
', City Transfer Co.
Kuuiiiurou. enirrmu ur. Mflut Liunr,
EXPECTED T. K. K.
' BE GIVEN TO
CONFERENCE HEI.D YESTERDAY AFTERNOON BETWEEN
.SHIPPING REPRESENTATIVE AND LOCAL FIRM MAT
TERS OF DIFFERENCE TO BE TAKEN UP AT DIRECT
ORS' MEETING IN TOKIO.
, That Cnstlo & Cooko will bo OHtmH
of tho Toyo Klscn Knlshn lino ulter
Janunrj 1 scorns nssiirtd allfiough
theio me rumo ilctnlU of ll.n agency
"' to l)0 arranged.
Among the passengois on board the
Chljo Muni Is II. a. Harnett bound
lorv ihu ciridiit- In tho Inlcreits of tho
Putile of C.i8i:ii.A4 Cooko In regaid to
tlio agency, "i' twenty hours fiom Seattle lcnvlng
fir. Hnmctt Is iho second In Im- that port at Ihc mine llmo ns the Hy
lxirtanci) of -Iho olllclnli of tho com- 'ndes which has not yet arrived. Th"
paliy oil thO'Taclllc Coast ahd ho Is first two dajs n Utile rough woither
going to Japan to confer with tho dl- was encnimlered hut after that tlmo
rurtom ali"'Voklo on certain maltciM tb,. Soa was smooth and tho weather
of Importance clear.
During' .Ufa tlmo he was In Honolulu m (
ho held a longthj cjiiiultn'lnn with sails About Thursday.
Ml. l'el.rlo pil'the terms undtr which a n t-0 tbo'lioiso tratnport DK
the nge'iiey 'Would bo taken over or mitll the middle of next week to lln
gUen to Mils firm, I Ish illsrhnrglng her coal for Honolulu
In Hponklnsiitllic matter IhlH morn-1 nml It is oxportiMMhat tho will sail
lug -Mr. Petite admitted that( there .for Seattlo on Thursday,
wdrc reilnln ikiIiiIs oer which a illf- The Dlx besnn discharging her cat
ferenoo of opinion olslod nt Vri'sont go during the afternoon Monday ninl
nml these wcio under illsciis'inii es-up to last night had put lfiril tnnA
terday nflernoon ocr the side about ode third lhi
Nothing any more doflnlle was d-Jnmminl to be left hero. i
elded upon but Iho iiursllins Invohed Yftsteidni's dlnchnrgi! was Iho laig
will bo taken up with tho directors
at a meeting soon lo bo held at ToMo
at which Mr. Hainntt Will Jjc ldAs'iit.
It Ik expected that eu'rythlng will
bo si tiled In a' satisfactory manner
for both parlies nnd that the fornril
taking over of tho ngoney will occur
when the break between Iho two com
. ... ...
pnu.vs ernes ,, oiuiuary ,. ,,.,.
Instead of arriving Satunl.iv morn-
!tn. ..n ..,.! l.n T- t.- 1. lli.n.
U - m .i n..,.n.i ,.r e
,.-llllcr wM, 1)0 orf ,, ,()morro.v
morning at eight o'clock.
As no messago nmo through from
Urn Tenjo two dujn ngo and ns Ihu
Chlju iipeinlor had a. eablf from Yf-
Konama to jcao cenain parts of lu
KtrillllPtltu llll O tl V II IlinUlllll lll.ll
'ho Tenyo would not bo heard from
A meRh.igo c.tino Ihiousli last night
howovor. when Iho votsel was uhniit
"'I'tV Iiohim nlf port Ftallng thnl the
'Imo of arilval would bo eight o'clock
Tll 'rnn ,"I"K 1-232 ,0"H ot cnr-
K0 f,om ""' 0rlo", nml "Ml Ka" ,or
Asia Was Slow,
On iho dip from Honolulu to San
iKianclsco tho Asia mado Iho trip In
six dnH and seventeen hou-s, bejng
an uxoeeillngly slow liln,
Tho ollleors of I he com
od Iho vcrx. 1 In pint on October 1
ut tight 'In Iho morning but lusteid
tho Asln did not appear until ueili'ly
four In the afternoon,
Speed Is not expected primarily on
nn Inteimellnle Hteamer lint less than
two years ago when Chief, engineer
Allen was In charge of the oiiglnoa
of iho vessel sbo rondo mom sptc-,1
on her trip fiom Nagasaki to Manila
than on hop trial trip moio than twen
ty eaiH bofoic.
Tho Asia has hern In Iho trans
pacific trade since IHC,
Arrive on Time,
October 22 then Iho T. K. K. Ilnor
Clilyo Mam will nrilvo lu Yokohama
thus making up tho two days that
Hio was np In louvlng San 1'rniicK
"'. NiMily nun dily was mado up on
"io run fmni Ran iaiiclsco to llila
pint nml the vcsiel nnllnd fiom hero
but a scant twenty four hours behind
hor icgular srhcdule,
T)m Clilyo sailed yesterday nflor
"'J0'1 (',ol for Yo!(ol.nnin
?' w 'niinbcr ol Jnnw In
' , '-" W .d "
-(lf - ,; n;
off for Oriental ports with liiin.lie.ln
of BiijiJrpts. of ip Mikado nil the dock
lo nay nay until u to departing i lends,
It was about clght-thlily this mmn
ins Hint tbn Amoi can - Hawaiian
r,eKhter Vhulnlan nnlved at tho rail-
lnU() Wmrf , )n!n diRciuugliig her
eaiVn of 3,00.) I0111 biniighl fmrn tho
ro-ist and pait of which cntuo from
INiiw York via the Isthmus '
Number Will tie
(Jos'. H. Love)
CASTLE & COOKE
All but nboitl 400 tons of tho enrgo
on (mir.l thn Virginian Is destlneil for
Honolulu Including n bltnllthlc pnvlns
"'nto'nlng In .1. A. nil.nan
R.it nrilav inmnlnir the V re n nn will
fan for Heani,, vIa nilo ami will tako
on nt tl.o two Hawaiian imrts of call
a small cargo of sugar and shipment
f rnnned plncn-ples, the latter going
to the northwest, tho nas'crn market
nnd to Kiirnp". ,
Cautnln Oreeno of tho Virginian r'o
pr,rtR n pleninnt trip of eight days'aml
put tlno oommcncliig. 137 tons being
illscliniged fiom Iho hold of tho ves-
sol. Kioin now on thn coal wllj coin"
from two hatches but cannot bo dis
charged as i.ipldly ns yesterday oil
account of tho wry It In stoweil.
Tho IlrltlRh' steamer Marama of the
Canadian Australian lino Is duo lu
pint tnmonow from Vlctuita bound
for Sydney via Suva nnd llilnhaiio
If tho essel nrrlvc-i In thn moruliu
sbo will bo illrpatclicd In tho ovonln'i
for iho Foulhern continent.
At the Marami cuts out tho stop at
I'annlng Island thin trip .1.011th she.
piay not lcavo until Frldav oven It
slio inilves tomoirow eaily
Thorp Im been no wlroloRs rccelvod
at the lot nl ugelicy ns to tho tlmo of
About twenty paRSongers will r.all
on Iho Marama for tho southern con
tinent. Changes on Asia.
Aecoidlng lo a ropnrt received hero
yoslorday tlicio havo been some
chanson In Iho Millers of tho Asia
of Iho PiieMc Mill I llect but no def'
Inllo Infoi matlon 011 this point could and come homo on -Iho cars. Tho
bo obtained, men with land gave It to let tho road
It Is understood that Second OllleiTbo mado wldo so Iho cars could cnnin
Ilonassim has loft tho ship and hov- up further and tho suporvlrors ngreed
cinl ntheu or Iho ntaff will not b on, to do It. Now nothing Is dono but
bonrd who iiilio Asia arrltCB having move1 a few wood rencPs nnd tho
loft soon after Iho vo.isei reached Snti stoiio walss have no men work mov-
Tho Asln h.n sailed from tho coast
nud Is duo In pott hero early Tuesday
bound foi the Orient,
Tnmonow nl live o'clock tho Blo.im
er Mnul or Iho Inter-Island fleet will
sail for Mnul nml llnwnll ikiiIh lu
placo of tho C'lniidlno,
Tho Claudlne Is undeignlng tho rog
iilur overhauling lo maclilnciy nnd
superstructure which comes to nil tho
vensels nt tho closo of tho Bugar car
rying senson, mid will bo olf Hie run
but ono trip,
Tho Maul (altos olit n laigo qiimbcr
of paRRengeia for tho trip tomorrow
and n gcneinl cnign.
T. K. K. Flno. N
Por brlnglns Trelght Cleik MrConib
Of tbn Dllvo Milt 11 In Clnti l.-,nnl..n
.... ..... ...,,,,, , ., .iiiivinui
fiom this pml on tho Asln tho T. K K.,
,..,..,,..,., ,,...., .. .... . ,, Mir vi-'cTnPI HilADVtY'lo
latlon of tho co.istwlRo ahlpiilng law.!"1 UK IVlAnM:! b
McCniiih wns tnken from (i0 clilyo
hero on Iho Jmmownrd trip III and
operated on nt Queon's Hospital, Ho
ro far rpcnwirod ns to tako thd Asia
for Son Francisco and left that poit
Willi lila ..l.l.i .... nl..l.. r. ,..
; " i' " iiiotmiiK
Ihiouch Hnnoliilii yoslorday.
Has 33 Pastentjers.
Last night at eight o'clock Iho Hllo -
iilan of the Malton fleet was 1011
'" "., " "' " reportPU
that them wero on hoard 39 pawn-
Pfll U Tils llllllllllllll 1
geis for Honolulu,
Cargo on tho obrI nmnunts to X-
fiSl tons not Including hIx nntomo-
biles. There nip 250 tona of cdrHo
jfor Knhiilnl and 14.1 sacks of mall for
Weather lopoited os pleasant.
Hy:i With Llvsttock.
According to a wireless report it
celved from tho Matron freighter H
mlcs by Castle & Cooke Ih'o vessel
will bo In j-ort nt noon on Saturday .
Tho llyntlen Is bringing seventy
horseq for Honolulu nml In' addition
l.Onn tons of cargo add 100 drums ot
gafollne. , "
Thero nro also on board 223 ton"?
for Port Allen nnd 40 tons for Kn
On account of tho quartcrmnstor
Ftrues nnd supplies which tho Sher
man briiiight fiom San Ifrnnclsco as
well ns Iho equipment of tho squad
ron or thn ''Fifth Cavalry Iho vessel
will bo busy discharging all day til
da) and will not bo dispatched for
Manila until tomorrow morning nt
The cavnlry troops stayed on board
last night and this niornlng left for
The Hllonlan of Iho Mntson line Is
expected In port from San Kranclrco
SnMiritay moililng with n general enr
go and passengers. Tho Hllonlan Is
making tho trip on tho regular run
of the I.iirllnc which Is laid up In
San Francisco for ono trip.
Largest French Ship.
Tho sienmshlp Franco, built for the
Compagnle Ocncrnlo Transatlantlquo
(Kieilch Line) fur Us New York and
Ilavio service, was launched nt St.
Xnzalie. France, on September 20.
Thu (Vance Is tho largest ship In tho
French merchant marine.
Cruisers In Novem'-er.
Karly In November two Japanese
1 cruisers nro dilo In Ibis port from
,n,-iiiiii 111111 ini mi 111 purl Jiili
moro than n week. From Honolulu
Hie cruisers will go til tho coast nml
Rtny hero again on their return homo
n few weekn later.
Hall to Kauai.
There Is but one tegular sailing
for Island ports today that being tho
W. O. Hnll which Is scheduled to get
nwny for Knual ul live this ntlernoon
Tho steamer takes u general cargo
nnd passengers for ports of tho Har
Tho next osse of tho American-Hntt-nllan
line to sail from Paget
Sound for Honolulu h Iho Mexican
which Is rche.lulc.l jo leavo Seatllo
next Sundny. The Mhs.ouiiaii follows
tile Mexican sailing on October 28.
Yesterdaylio Matson liner I.iirlhii)'
arrived nt Sail Finnclsco from Hnno-,;
lulu The vrssel buIIcmI from this iiort
OclobPr 3 alid,wll bo off the run for
ono trip. f '
I PASSENGER8 BOOKED
Per S. S. W. O. Hall, for Kauai
ports October 13. II. C. Wnl.lron, A.
J. Uniting. A. It. Trnphagen, O. It. Mo--It7,
Itev". 11. AllycJ Mr. and Mrs. Nl
Per S. S. Moid, for Maul and H.i-
""" '"""' "--'t m. n. unocg, x.
ICabial. I.. I.. Joseph. S. Alkcn, r.
;n".i, N. S.ivoips, Ml I.lzzlo Kn-
leo. Mrs. John Mode 10s ami rhlM
Mrs, W. Hnln, MIks Alcock. Mrs. H '
Ivruse Mis. Pholan, Mrs. P. Dubois
and 2 children. It. C. Ilrown.
NUUANU VVANTS HELP
n.lllor ITvonlng Ilullctln:
They tolil us lhat the electric cnr.i
would enmo up to tho Hniialkamnlami
hill mid lhat WO COIll.l cet lo nnr imrl-
lug them hack.
Will It not ho hetler If when wo
voto for some men lhat will help us.
Never mind Republican or Demo
crat If wo get help.
I.ct Iho men that wants voles say
If they will help. I v't
Pleaso .Mr, llullelln editor hejp ua
Oct. 12, 1910.
Tho following wireless messii"n bnH
hoen received by Iho Agonts from tho!
H. S. Siena, bound for San Pram
S, S. Sierra, n,t sell, 8 p. m , October
12, lSin: U5 miles from Honolulu.
I resli iionil winds and sea. Weather
clear. Ilaion1Pter 30:28. Air 70. All
D.EVQID OF INTEREST
Tho locnl stock market wna nnt
tills molnlnc. with limn n-,iin. r
nny kind and that nt the low flc-irer.1
, !.. . .. r '."-JIVli,
ruix-uiiy reacueu uy ino sugar stocks
iWiilulun hhows n rlso of Pvo points'
As a nmtto'r ot fact, although It hni
been quoted -nt pur for several daya.
only a ory small amount w uMM
t)vt llguro iind iilthmjiih 100 was re-
peatedly offeu-d. no moru enmo out
which nalurnllr rosulted In tim rlso
Honolulu Is ut i uiui n.,.i in...
while Mcllrjdo also suffois from tho
at 190. Oaliu sliowa a allitht decline
general slump. '' ' ' '
. v f i W - T
Drank .Cocoantit- Milk and
Ate ' Guavas Durin'o
- First Ride.
Jim Qulnn's moustache Is commonly
called red, but It might be called pink
tho Riimo ns, tho whiskers of Hon. J.
Hamilton Lewis ot nntlonnl fame.
He that ns It may, howcver( Jim's
persntml appearance and his iar took
the eyo of Ills Majesty, the 3utan ot
Sulu yesterday afternoon nnd for sev
eral hours Jim took tho party nround
the city nnd up tho Pnll, while the
Sultnn thought Honolulu tho next
placo to Sulu way down In the coral
sens next tho equator.
doing up tho Pall road the 'Sultan
spied some guavas and nothing would
do but ho must stop and have pome of
them to cat, nnd again out near Dia
mond Head His Highness was taken
with n vlolcht thirst 'for co'coanut
water and again Hie machine was
stopped while n gieen nut "wus cut
open for htm to drain tho Juicn to the
Tho Sultan, djd nqt any ,iruch on
that rldo, n Mnlay dries not give vo
ciferous expression, ,to hla feelings
when ho ia'-pn.asod,''biit byW.fcortulii
short rcmarksNie mado of 'ho trip
nnd what ho saw wele' to thij effect
that Honolulu was ail to tho good.
Today tho party are going' nround
town singly nnd In pairs seeing things
for themselves add employing "their
own tect ns n means of transporta
It Is unlikely that they wjjl take
another automobile trip during the
tuny 111 mu mieriuaii in port, um win
put In tho time that they spend ashore
In teeing things slowly nnd, in their
own wnv. tii - i.
Labor of Completing Much-'
N,eeded Roads On $ig j
Island to Proc.eed. '
Tears entertained by resldonts of
llllo nnd the Island, of Hawaii that
IhO Terrltoil.il prisoners now nt
wurl-oii Important ruad. const ruc
tion on the lllg Island would be
sent lo Honolulu shortly, havo been
set at ease by A. I,. C. Atkinson,
chairman of the He'piihllcan Tcrrlto
ilal central .ommlttee. When Mr.
Atkinson was in' Hlh) recently the
Hoard of Supervisors put it up to
him to see that the prisoners wero
allowed to gp on with the work and.
to complete tile Ivan mad
Mr. Atkinson got busy ns soatv as
ho at lived lu Honolulu. He '.leld u
conference with High Sheriff-Henry,
and was iiRsured that tho pilsonors
nro not to bo returned to Honolulu,
but that ns soon nn their present
work Is finished they will go to work
on four miles of the Knu road still
utrompleteil. Whoti this la done,
they will start building n road in "
the beven ciaters. Furthermore, the
High Sheriff intends to ser.il six
more men" over lo aid In completing
the work rapidly".
Po lowing hlsconfersnce with tho
sheriff, Mr, Atkinson 'at once wrotts
lo tho Hawaii supervisors stating;
what had been done.
'Continued from Pace IV '
In banks or with nny poison ur per
Eons, or change tor any ot.n'er funds
or pmporty, rtnj money, or moneys
Intrusted to his safekeeping, trans
fer or disbursement, except In the
manlier proscribed by law ,
bhall bo deemed guilty of embezzle
ment." It Is claimed thdt that tiiirtinn nt
the law leading "or ihaii'e for nny
other fumis' or prouaiy" c6yers the
Check Tor tho $33r. mentioned uiul Is
itjjnclcnt grounds for pre'eadlng
apajnt Iho Ulstrjrt magistrate In
connection wltli tho police court fi
LIBRARY OFFICERS -
TO MEET FRIDAY
. rtuslncss of Impnrtnuqo and gonoral
Interest will ho tranpneteil nt llwi mi.
ntml meeting ' of, (hnj Honolulu ,ih
rary and Itcudlng ltoom Association
to be held at 3 p. in, Friday evening.
Annual reports wll bo rend and
four vacancies" on tbn hojird of trus
tees nro to be lllled. Three of (he
pieeo-it IlieumbeutH will probably ac
cept leelectlon, and It Is poss'iblo lhat
Piosliient (Jlliuoio will tako Ihu' posi
tion mado vacant by the resignation
of P. W. Cnnipbell.
. VVceUy Bulletin jl per jear.
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