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EVENINO BULLETIN, IIONOMTI.TJ, T. II., FRIDAY, OCT. 14, 1910.
..Weekly Calendar I
MONDAY; ypj, ,tf y
. Pacific-Stated. JBfc -
Occnnlcf3$ccond Degree. Ji
Itrgtiliir 6 p. in.
llunalhin lirst Degree.
Oceanic Third Degree.
,, I -r ,A11 Tliltlng members ol
I Order are cordially Invited to
-sttsnd meeting) tit local lodge I
3Ec na' ano- "
A'Mm. Mondays of
Of Jmjrm each- month
&t t3r Bt K' F Hn"
& imk ENGINEERS' E.bei,0!
KlEFICML AW9IATI0H. eiations c"r.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday eyotilng at
7i30 In I. 0. O. K. Hall, Fort Strc,t.
, , K. It. HENDRY, Secretary,
jj? II. 13. McCOY, Noblo Grand.
'All vtslllng brothers very, Vordlaily
OAHU L0DOE, No. 1,, K. of P.
., Mccta eTcry Erst and third Frl-
,aay.cvcnlneat7:3ii InK.otr. Hall.J
corner Fort and Dfcretanla. Visiting
brothers cordlaUy Invited to attend,
WM, 0ONES, C. C.
M. ' , O, F 1IEINK, K. II. S.
" HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
' ' Meets every first, nnd third Thtiro
"days of ach raonth nt Kulghts of
Vythlas Hall. Tildtlng brothers cor
"dlally Invited 'o attend.
I A. I,. KAKIN, Sachem.
1 U. V. TODD, C. of II.
HONOLULU AEBIE, 140, F. 0. E.
' Me'cta'on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY oenlngs ot each month nt
7:H0 -o'clock In K. of I. Hall, corner
Oern'tanla and Fort Btreets.
Visiting Eacles aro Invited to nt
UDd. ', ,
j $ v. n. niLEY, w,. v. ,
? ii WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU- LODGE, 610, B. P. 0. E.
4 .Honolulu Lodge No. 610, D. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday evo
.nlng. VlBlting Brothers aro cordially
Invited to attend.
v JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. II.
GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec.
.WM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
v ' Wwts every 2nd and 4th Saturday
''pvinfng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hull, eor. Fort and Ilcretanla. VlBit-
'lng firdthere cordially Invited to at
II. A..TAYLOH. C. 0,
b. ajacobson. K. n. s.
.'Comtc Office Fixture
",,'fw ."immediate delivery. .Addresi P.
Q. iBox(Q7, ..Honolulu. .
folding Chairs & Tables
', J;Hopp & Co.,Xttl
JvV .Chajrs Now at the
,;U.N.f OJI vB A R.B E n S II 0 V
in 'NEW.BARBEB A competent man
,-Imijuit-arrived from the t;sav
' bKJ .
f f t f t (
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Hllu contractor nnd the,. Morj?iti
Dredging Compiny of this city. Tho
Lord Young Company put In the low
est Lid by far. All three of tho bids
arc based on tho amount of rock to
be nut In tho breakwater, oach bid
ding ior ton Tho Lord-Young Com
pany and the Morgan Company bid
only on the substructure, while Melt
Kcr put In. an nddltlunal bid Tor the
The figures wcio hb follows:
Lord-Young Engineering Company
MSI per ton.
1) K. .Mctxgcf. J2 0S& wr ton iib
stturture; $2 23';! superstructure.
Morgan Dredging Company, $2.35
Tho bIiikIc bid for tho Kaliulul road.
submitted by he Knliiiliil Itallrnad
Company, win Jl 85 for rock In ho
brcatuvnt t, or jl.15 for jock on' tho
barges or nt tln qu-irry. giving n fig
ure of flfty cent per ton on tho trans.
.Major Window mndo nn comment
on the bids or ejn Si protests. l(o
stnlcd howctcr that ho received this
morning n ciblcgrnni from Washing
Ion InrorninR'hlni that n rcputablo
I'hllad('li''na firm doilies to bid on tho
brcakviter work and wishes for sp'-
clfic'itlnns. Tho cablegram fmther In.
'Ii'mlcs thai If the bliln opened lo-
flay are pot sitlsfnctorj, tho bidding
will be opened again.
MaJ. Wltislow vIII Irensmlt tho en-'
tire nialttr. Including I he protest to
tho chli t oC criglncors nt Washington.
"Howctcr, tho contractors will not bo
suipr'.scd If both pieces of work nro
rcjidtortlscd for new bids,
Letters of Protest.
Tho letters t.uli nilkvl In support of
the I-onMounz Engineering Com
!inya Iiri)tc!ll Ilri ,hrco , min,,)Cr,
Tho first Ih the ofllclal prolest to
MaJ. Wlnslow. It It a follows:
October 13 1910.
MaJ. E. Kvcleth Wlnslow.
Corps of Cnglno rx, U. 8. A.,
Sir: llcfcrrlng to your ndvortlhc
ment of Sept, H Invltlnri proposals for
breakwater construction nt Kalniliil
wo beg tp return you herewith speci
fications ami bluo prints obtained frtnn
your, office. Wo also. enclose herewith
onq carbon copy of letter dated Oct(
'. J'JIV. aildresscil lir n In-Mr. lli
llaldwlQ, preBldcnt andKunoral man
ngcr of tho Knlnilul italfroad I.td,rani
lejter pf Kaliulul IlallrOHd (;ompanr
usieii ucioner n, referring to our lot'
tcr of October 2 hc.clnubovo referred
Tho Knlnilul Itallroad Company li
a public kcivIcu coriorntlon mid li
the only menus by which tho rock
specified by you for the construction
of the breakwater can bo brought
thereto. It Is Impossible for us to bid
without n rate from tho railroad com
pany winch owns tho only lino to
tho breakwater and controls tho only
suitable rock available for the con
Reasons for Protest
Because of tho action of tho Knhu-
lul Railroad Company In declining tn
furnish us a prlco per ton for rock
Including hauling tho same, as set nut
In our letter of Oct. 2, 1910. Wo aro
unable to compete with tho railroad
company for tho work. We therefore
mako this our prolest against iiward
Ing a, contract for breakwater con
structlon nt Kalinin) harbor, Maul,, T.
H , under speclflca.lloub In accordance)
with your advertisement of Sept. II
1910, on tho ground that tho Kaliulul
Railroad Company, which will bo most
benefitted by tho co;ibI ruction, of lo
breakwater, and which ; prior to"th"
appropriation under which tho work
ocrcin reierreii to Is to bo carried on
had for Its own conenlcneo construct
ed a portion of enld brcakwaten ha
declined to place tho bidding for tho
work iiKin n compctltlvo basis and
seeks to obtnln tho advertised work
for. Itself nt. Its own prlco,
On (ho fuijhnr giound that tlia Ka
liulul Hallinad Company la n railway
corporation and cannot within tho y
8. Interstalo Commerce net bid tipor.
Federal woik, which Involves carry
ing sfono used In tho work over IU
own line, g , lr , ,
I.OHD-YOUNO EN'mNEKniNG CO.
Letter to Mr. Baldwin',
Tho second Is tin! Jotter to' II. P.
Baldwin, which Is as follows:
October 2, 1910.'
Mr. H. P. Jlnldwln,
I'rpsldent nrid' General Manager,
Knlnilul Itallroad Co., Ltd.,
Dear Sir: With refcienro to (he
breakwater construction nt Kaliulul
haibor wo should Jlko to havo yonr
price per ton for rock, Including- haggl
ing same from Iho proioicd qunry
In cane field atidut two miles froii)
tho breakwator; furnishing nnd layjng
the nnceseary tracks In quarry for,
1000 foot face staking up present trnck
on breakwater and ro-laylng bami
from monument on shoro out on Iho
breakwater 1100 foot wltliGn-pouud
mils, using eight foot tics and laying
three, rails for narrow nnd elnndnnl
gauge and furnishing raits for hal
nneo of distance on broakwatcr about
Mr. Iird will bo on tho S. 8. Clam
(Hno nt Kaliulul for a few hours on
the 1 1 lit of thlH mnnlli Ami will m
nieased to dlseuss this matter further
If ynu wish. In tho me-intlmo. huw?
' ver this offlco would Hko to have the
J LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tabid told by the Bulle
tin for a nickel h twice nj large
as the tablet usually sold for this
Autos, 4 prr hour, l.owl8 Stables.
Hclliol Ml. llnck Stand, 1'lione 1152.
Try n case of tincctur. It Is pure.
I'hono 16D7. '
A son w'.im born last night to Mr,'
nnd Mrs. J. W Wnldron.
It goes without saying that- every
thing Is Best at Tho Encore.
A new stunt every day at tho An
chor Saloon, Nuunnu nnd Kins.
Mmo. ,).nmbcrt has removed her
dressmaking parlor temporarily to
10C5 Punchbowl St., near Hotel, where
sho will bo pleased to bco iior pnt
rons, , Tho Itoyal Dancing Academy wjll
not havo Its weekly daneo tonight cm
account of tho Chivalry ceremony' nnd
tlaiic lo follow, that the Canton Onhn
No. 1 nro-glvlngdii Odd Follows Hall
BIG BREAKWATER, AT, .
SAN PEDRO FINISHED
Structure 9250 Feet Lour Was
Constructed At tho Cost of
I.OS ANOKI.I'JS, September 23. Tho
great breakwater protecting ihe har
bor fit San l'cdro, which iciircscntB
an exnondlliiic of irtiinv niilllnnn nnd
ten years of continuous labor, Is com-. " orl uc'r ' morning aim
plptc. The contmctprs, who havoiwnB r-,8t '" iht Alal.e.i wharf shoit-
been nt work since 19QQ, nro icmov
Ing tho lj.it ot the trestle-work, nnd
tho striictiirp will bo turned oicr to
tho Government October 1st.
' Tho breakwater Is 92S0 feet long.
It has n width ft twenty feet at tho
top, and ii mean width of 200 feet nt
tho bottom. At the outer edge tho
depth' of water measures forty-eight
tcel. Tho structure Is-lopped with
concrete, 10x40x20, on which u perm
anent light nnd fog station will be
Nearly 2,500,000 tons of rock wcro
i8Cd In the sub-structure of the break
water, nnd 232,(100 tons In the super
structure. The rock nlono cost $2,-
IR.C90. There nro siiiriclciit funds
left to extend Tho breakwater 750
feet further. . , . .
. )'. , ' .
ILLUSIONS AND HUMOR AT PARK
'"Alberto" prated lilinself a humor
ist nt well as an Uurl'MiM nt his
opening ptfi forma tice at the Park
Theatre last night. Cleterly nimble
In producing, things that arc not, ho
kept bis nudlencu chuckling with do
light all the time Ho whs fooling their
eyes. The mark that keeps tho nudl
encu guessing during tho cn'lro Inter
val ho Is on tho stnge Is n flower
glowing Illusion that ho makes laugh
ab'o by sprinkling wnter upon what
Is picsiimcd to l2 a plant. This prove
nn attention catcher that holds nt
teiillon while he does other things
that are Just as difficult, ns docs tho
remarks that ho makes at the ox
ponso both ot Iho atidienco and him
self Second to this Is ,hls "Flng o
All rfntlons" trick. 'This gels n laugh
nt every, turn as. It Is enough out of
tho ordinary to surprise yon und mnko
you laugh at tho same time. If von
want to bo bewildered and laugh nt
your bewilderment bo ono of tho IJarlt
patrons while "Alberto" Is thero. This
Is what he did to tho "iCudlcnco last
night and whllo thoy d'ld not show
their appiovnl In noisy cheers they did
In their smiles nnd remarks. One
of then) said plcrwards: "I ,dld not
have, tlmo, to chip, I was afraid ot
mlss'lng n Joke or u trick."
BAli'AMCE'DrTRAbE S '
''AGAINST' UNITED STATES
WASHJNaTp.N'i" Sept t5. Tho bill
ancq of trade, wheh the statistics of
tho las 30 years Jinto generally sjigwn
to bo largely In favor of this country',
hns turned ovor. It now commands
n million dollars on tho other sldo of
tho ledger 'for the first eight months
of this calcudnr yrnr. Tho month of
August, however, swung tho 'pMidi)-
lum nnd brought to tho United B)utc;8
$3,C63,I25 ninro In trndu than It took
t----t- 4---t--f---4- -f
iibove liifn'rinatlon at your earliest ciu
i.onn-YouNc, kng, co.,
. .Per Jl.U Ynimg, Trcas & Mgr.
Mr, Baldwin's Answer,
T.he third Is Mr. Baldwin's answer
It rends as follows:
, October li, 1910.
Messrs. l.oid-Young Kng. Co.,
Gentlemen, Your fat or of Oct. 2
leferrlug to Ineuktvuter construction
ut Kah,iiliil and asking us, for pur prlco
per ton for rock, Including, lm,ulln'
samo ffom proposed ouarry (iboul two
uillCH frpm tho breakwater; furnishing
nnd laying necessary Iracks, etc., was
not received until uci, s
I would sny to you that you nr-
In error when you slato tho dlstanc.o
from tho broakwntor to tho quarry Is
alKtut two miles, ns the total distance.
Is about six1 miles,
I would fmther say that tho Kaliulul
Itallroad Company will bo a bidder for
tho eJitlro work- of the breakwater
construction at Kaliulul 'under Federal
appropriation therofor nnd conse
quently we nio not disposed to niiike
bids for p.irt of the wink to third
imrllcH nt Hilji llmo
Vory truly yours,
(8g.l.) II.-P. BALDWIN
Pros, & Ocu'l Mgr. Kaliulul It. It. Co,
Our New I'hono
City Traiisfei Co.
,- , ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAOE EIGHT,
T. t K. LINER' ARRIVES TH)S CORNING AND'SAILS1 TO
'.MORROW FOR SAN FRANCISCO CHANGE OF OFFI-
CERS'SEFORE'SHIP COMES TO HONOLULU" AGAIN
WILL' MAKE FAST TIME TO COAST.
Housing the largest cargo from
tho Orient since the Initial trip, tho
T. K. It. liner Tcnyo Mam arrived
ly after v9, after hitting It twice In
coming niongsiue. frum Sim Kranclsco.
The total through cargo amounts ' s
to 17.108 packages, whl'h makes a f,-uctt carno Left,
total of fiOfifi, exclueltc of 1232 tons The Mntson steamer Knterprlse will
for Honolulu. call nt Honolulu on tho present trip
Included In the big cargo of tho arriving hero on Monday morning,
liner nro 208S bates of raw- silk nnd The Enterprise b tho regular steam
1 IS cases of silk goods. Ten amount- er between llllo and San Francisco
Ing to 22,191 packages Is In tho but ns ton tons of cargo had to bo
hold of the steamer, and thero Is a left on the dock In San Francisco by
shipment of -198 tons of coal from the llllanbn, the Enterprise Is bring
Shanghai to San Francisco, this coal Ing this lert over stun lo Honolulu.
being eontalned In 4000 sacks. Tl" Meaincr has n cargo of 3.200
The remainder of the cargo Is ,on "d will sail from Honolulu
mndo up principally of gunnies anil ,ut,ll tvciit-rour hours nrtcr nrrlvnl
Cllrj0g bound for llllo to discharge the larg-
There are eighteen passengers on cr l,!U' of ,'or "'J81 fr(-,,,t-
the Tcnyo for Honolulu, In tho
cabin, these Including Mces T. Co,71 l Co"', Trac:e', . , .
Clem, the bactcrlollglst. and F. (J. nrmatlon ,, the sale of the tin--
B. Walker, returning from bust- 'o stean.ers no nnd Harvard which
. , V '.. .. I . havo been on tho New York-Hoston
ness trip to tho Orient , s
In tho se ond class for this port ,cp,vpi, n) l0 pna(1, ,, , ,.
mere nrc juuo liiiiicsu nn.i ..apa.i-
Steerage mirscngera for this port
consist 'of ninety rccji Jnpnnese,
seventeon Chinese nnd fifty-one Fll- These stenmers aro the Litest tytio
lplnos, und eloyen llldus who will of passenger carriers nnd will be, put
lento tho ship here nnd probablv (,n the run to Lira Angeles making
go to S.i n Francisco by n later nn 18 hour trip.
tes.se!, I r
Scvcnty-tilno cabin passengers aro Mrrama Late Today,
pn the Tens o for Sail Frnnclsro, nnd Aceoidlng to wireless Information
there me several l.isqvor passongcrs lecultcd by tho local ngents, Davis &
hero who will leivo on tho vessel for Co., Iho Canadian-Australian steamer
tho Coast. .., , .Mniama will arrive this atoning nt
In tho second cniiln tnoro arc flf- SCVCn "'clock. Tho Rteamer was ev
y nine passengeis, and In the steer- l""' n"l0 ' Victoria and
nge bound for tho Coast .he Hindu Vnncouter eaily today until tho wire
number forty-blx, .lapanese seventy , wna-itcolvcd.
one. nnd Chlneso twenty-e'ght. I " hour or. departure for the Colo-
n-., , .., n- r.m .i, nles has not been set.
1 .HI llll II, LttU ItNjII I I lll v.tu
ear u.im was iinaveiiuqi. i " uin-
,cer, however, complain of tho hot
weatber found both In Hongkong and
Shnnghnl, cspcilally In tho former
port, whcio they lny over for u
Yesterday the Tenyo louNl along,
sating ccal, and , might bavu mndo
port last night ns well as not. How-
ever, tho loafing trns dono so that
good tlmo could bo, made on the run
from this nnrt In San Francisco, nnd
tho coal saved will bo used In drlt-
Ing tho steamer to tho Coast port
In ilvn ,i:.v .-.f.er lenvlnr here.
When the Tenyo comes back from
... .. ,. i,r ..-in
v..u wa.', .,...,..,... w .
I.- ....-.., ..I.n.. ... 1. ..Itln.H,
u , .: .. .,., ... .u -
Captain llent being back In com-
nianu, liner a lay-on in ono nip ij.i
yucatlnu, during tvh'lch tlmo his
commnnd was taken by Cnptalu Fll-
Purser I.acey Goodrich leaves the
vcsrel upon arrival In Ban Francisco,
and will act as general passenger 8. 8. Hlrrra, nt Sen. 8 p. in.,. Octo
pgent for the T, K, K. and Western her 13. 1910. .107 miles out. .Fresh
Pacific In tho States. , eastcily winds. -.Modernto oa. Weai
Freight Clerk II. Bold will
move up ono deck to tho purser's of.
nV ,.r.o. i.ire i,, lim ,rvl nr thn
n- ,.- xr .. ,.'.l ,.n.l,nlf vnn II..
' ' , . ,.,, ,., o
was for several .years tv h t ho O .ft
O. as storekeoiier and fie gl t ele.k
of the Doilc long be ore thn vesse
wont under thn dlrc(t suporvlBlou or
tho Pnt'lfle Mall company.
Both Goodrich and Bold are pop-
ular with tho traveling public, im
well ns having hosts of fr,onds on
both sides of thn Pacific, who, nro
congratulating them on their promo-
Harkfcld & Co, will dispatch tho
Tonyn for San Francisco tomorrow
morning at lO'o'clcck, (ho vessel
taking fourteen layover pabsongors For Honolulu: M. T. Clfgg, W. II make n crulso through tho West in
fer tho Coast from Honolulu. Lambert, F. O. E, Walker, Dr. II. W dies, around South America nnd con-
, m (;op. Ml'"- 9- FiiJImiirn. A, Imachl, T. tlnuo to San Frunclsco.
Mauna Kta Due. ' Kono, Mastor J. Miurn. Y. Mori, Mt I She will bo lho largest yacht on th
Early tomoirow moinltig lho Inter- T. Murnknml nni fiiald. W. M. OldsPnclllc Coast. Tho Vonella was built
Island steamer Mauna Kea Is due on Mrs. W. M. Olds, II. Sottal, T. Stilma- at Lclth In 1903 and Is 22G feet over
her veckfy trip from lrts of Maul
. . .. ".. n.L , ... ,.... ..I....
nnu iiawnn, ino vesrui m ..hk.h
the usual cnigo from pnrtn of call.
This morning tho army tiansport
Sherman sailed from Mntaiin wharf
bound fqr.MnnllaMa Onapi a.l.l is
Number Will He
(Jbb. H. Love)
SINCE INITIAL TRIP
due to nrrlve at her destination on
Sner'nait took out no pnsscn-
hiti ii"iur huh iimi inn. uiu Havo ;,
,nr(.0 conBRnnicnt ()f , BOtllu
wlltc, WH iiamferrcd from tliu Chlyt
jlBriI ,, arihn, r lnt lhu,r )0ro
....,-... ,,, ,... ,.eKn XPHSPia
left for Ibelr lone trln nromiil tho
1Iorl, .... 0cl(,,.,.r 8 ,.,r Ban Krnn.
WJrolcHI mlvlcrs last night to Cas-
Uo ail(1 Cooko woro ,,, lho cncci (I)ilt
,1B ctcnnicr Hllonlan en route from
snn Francisco woubl not nrrlvo off
port until Sunday morning Instead of
tomoirow as expected.
The Hllonlan Is taking tho run ot
Iho Lurllno and Is bringing n full cir
g und u largo number ot passengers,
Many Women Coming.
Jli,"' Japanese women are coining
from -'"I""1 ""J"0 ,l'1"- uImoal uvcr-v
slc.imer from tho Orient bllnglng a
number. Mil lh Japanese liners bring
'"' I'v f-'r tho greater part.
n ,., ... , .,. ...,.
'" - ""' , ' "
tho niiarnntlno' Inspection tnke., u
m,r lmo lian W(u,u ,)tlcrwl)0 ,)0
I Tho following wireless messago has
been received by the Agents from th
8. S. Sierra, bound for San Francisco
thcr clear. Baiomctor 30:33. Air 70,
Tllls 'iflCIlOOIl lit flt'O O'clock tlpj
Inter-Island steamer Maul , sails for
, M ,' ,..,
,nkcH , nm rf ho c
lo , ,
Tho regular hcarch for opium on
incoming liners Is being mado on tllo
Tcnyo Mnru rodny. Tho search today
wn mado by n squad of men from
tno ic venue, cutter TJicUs,
Per S. S. Tonyo Mam, Oct. II.
muia, T. Undo, Mrs. T. Sudn iuul 3
Mill, I, fit, M Timllrniun ni.,1 un......,
- " "... .. . ,,.,..,
D. Yonekurn, J'rom Hongkong, Shan-
glial, Nngasakl and Kobe: Captain
w. A. Burbnnk. .Iniuo.. W. Ilunbury
Mrs. James W. Danbuo nnd Infant,
W. ttollinan, P. II. Burnett, Mrs P.
II. Burnett. Robert Clary. Dr. S. '8.
Friday,, Oct. H
Stnir. Tcnyo Jlnru, Mlnicr, (from
Yokohnmn, 7 n. nt.
. Friday Oct. II.
Slmr. Tcnyo Mam, tor- San Fran
cisco, 10 n. m. tomorrow.
Stmr. Mnrama, for Sydney! tomor
row. Slmr. Maul, for llllo via ports, 5
p. m. Today.'
. - ., j
Stmr. Mnrnnia, from Vnncouter, 7
ti. m. today. J
Stmr. 'Mauna Ken, from llllo and
ports, tomorrow morning. '-
Stmr. Hyadcs, from Seattle tomor
Stmr. Hllonlnn. from San Francisco,
Sunday morning. .
j: ti n it :: ti tt :: tt u :t n :::::: tt
Crow, Miss Francis L. Draper, B. I)
Driimmond, Mrs. Clara M. Ehn, W
E. Goolsby. Miss N. G. Getty. Her-
mnnn Hacrrl, Mrs. E, llatllltcr, n. 15
Humphreys, Mrs, Frank It. Hutchison
F. C. Krumllng, Mrs, r. C. Krumllng,
Clioit Unci, K. H. Kwan, M. A. Kntx,
Mrs. Carlos Lopez, John P. Newell,
Mrs. John p Newell, Miss N. It.
Clulnn, Mrs. M. Slndo, I). Smith, Mrs.
1). Smith nnd scrtnnt, Miss Smith, W.
.!. Sarialt, W. V. Tlrpltr, Mrs. W. Vail,
Miss, K. Vail, Miss M. Vail, Ucul. 15
Woodhouso, Dr. W. W, While, Mrs.
W. W., White, Dr. C. V. Watts, Mlsf.
A. H. Ward. From Yokohama:
Aral, Mrs. It. Aral' and maid, Miss
Aral, G. A. Brechcr, Carl F. IWIcb.
man, Mrs. J. C, Hearndon, Miss F
Ileal ndotv Miss Sumo Ikunl, Mrs. 8.
Inouyo nnd. Infant, U. 8, Kancko, Mr,
U, S, Knnekn and amah, Miss Chlyo
Kaneko. ltov. II. S. Klmura, F. D.
Lnutcrman, Mrs. F. I). Iiuterman, 11
M, l.nwes, Mrs, II, M. Lawes, Mrs. G
T. Norrls, F. Olglvce, Mrs. F. Olglve-,
Mrs. C. Snkurnl, Miss Snkural, II.
Schulcr, Y. Takasakl, II. Vaske, II.
Waragayn, Mrs. II. Waragaya and
maid. S. II. Warren, Mrs. S. II.. War
ren und 2 children, W. A. Wilson,
Mrs, W. A. Wilson, T, Yoshll and scr
tnnt. PAOSENGEREL DEPARTED I
Per U. S. A. T. Sherman for Manila,
Oct. H. First Cabin: Lieut. Col. W,
I). Beach nnd wife, Mnjor T. 8. Brat
fon, wife and son, Mujor James 1".
Kurlow and wire, Major II. W, Schll
wife nnd two children, Captain J, B.
Bcnnct, Captain W. 8. (Ill I guard, Ca
talu II. M. Bramblla, Captain J.- I..
DoWItt, wlfo und son, Captain J. A.
Moore nnd wife, Captain A. M. 8hlpp,
Captain J. A. Neff nnd wife, Lieut, W,
F. Jones. I.leut. W. J. 15ndrH and wife,
Lieut. F, M. Wall and wife, Lieut. O
N, Cecil and wife, Lieut. II. Kvans;
Lieut. J. II. (Ireely, Lieut. F. W. Tea
gue, i.leut. Edgar W. Taulbce, Lieut,
H. 11. OdcIL Lit ut, 15. J. Dawlcy, Lieut
Daniel II. Torrcy nnd wlfo, Ueut. P,
O. Knlloch. Jr., Lieut. K. D. Welly ai.d
wife, Lieut. J. B, Cnrberry, Llout. Tho
mas 8. Bridge, Lieut. Roger II. Wll
Hams, I.leut. Frederick IC. Ulil, Lieut
II. II, Fletcher, I.leut. J. A. Daties;
Lieut, John F. Landls, Lieut. J. II.
Walker, I.leut. T. F. Hardin, Llout
Geo. -F. Patten, K. F. Kggert, wlfo and
child. T. (I. Foster, W. A. Blocdoni
and tvlfu. John Bag, Harry Kvcntmn,
I). 8, Gee, wlfo nnd son, I). M. Mc
Venn, and son, Alexander Miller,' Kl
mer II. lingers and wife, Mrs. O. P.
Striven and daughter, MrK. F. C. Mus
ter nnd Infant, Miss Mnjory Sibloy,
Mrs, A. Fensch and daughter, Mlei
Anna Hiiyos, Mrs. 1-5. Y, Underwood
nnd daughter. Miss Manila Ilrnmblln,
Mtaa Eva Illpley, Burton Whltcumh,
G. I.. Buchanan, M, S. Crajton, Miss
Julia Kerr, Klmer K. Kcmnn, wlfo and
Infant. Mrs. W. A. Dlnwlddlo, Mrs. II.
II. Clover and two children. Miss Kill'
inn Woods,-Maiy F. McLuughlln. Bee
ond Cabin: Karl F. Grccno and wife,
James Walker and wlfo, Oskar Men
ten, John W. Brnckhagc, Edward Fish
er, Michael Kelly, O. T. Mlnter nitl
wife, F. E, Burkhurt, wlfo and son,
J. W. Dell, Mi's. John II. Fanning and
child, .Mm. ;., Y. Chlsm, Miss Allen
Tabor, A. H. Collins. 1I..8. BlUiop.and
wife, Mrs, A, C. Dcrkum and threo
chlldrcn,W. J. Young, A. K. V.,Snlt.
Celestnna Santiago, II. C. Gregory and
wlfo, Tho Sultan of Sulu, his brother
and five members of his suite, Mlsi
II. M. Prltchett. Steorage: 120 enlist
cd men, 571! causuals, 1 navy prisoner,
3 s.ervaibs. , . . ,
. LONG YACHTING TOUR
Californian Leaves New York
City for ban r-rancisco By
Way of South America.
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. Tho steam
yacht Vonetla, recently purchnsod by
John D, Spreckels of San .Francisco,
passed out to sea, this, afternoon, start
ing nn ber long voyage around tho
southern contlnont. Spreckels und
Bomo friends aro making tho trip to
New Orleans. At Now Orleans tho
-iyucht will take on board othor mini -
hers of the Spreckels family and will
all, Sho was brought to these tvator.i
.... fAnK Cl Ill-. .. ,. ,, , .
,,, ...n.tui. r. . .uin, nuo euui uer io,
a. W. Elklns. .
.- . .
Loiumbla llnlvnrslly has fiillowe.rfl 8 i-niernrlce will inlin fro... r,
the exampln of thn University of j iVancWn Monday
Chicago and established n BtutlentB . q q ml' Mn. '" ,' n
ljanl, T'l-ranclsc.,, tomorrow 10 m.
.3 ft'rVwv m mirvwi
Girl. Called By Prosecution to
Testify Against Her
At the polfco court this morning
ii sordid case of tho nature that now
and again, crops, up, was rendered pa
thetic by tho' Introduction, as n wit
ness, of tho flapcco of tho defendnnt.
Tho girl who Is engaged to marry tho
accused, tvns placed on lho witness
stand, und compelled by tho counsol
for tho prosecution to, In a way, tes
tify against lho man sho Is pledged
It nunfnrs that lho neensed clalnfcd
that on tho .night he? .was supposed to
bo mixed up In a disgraceful affair at
the notorious Illiano hotel, ho was a1.
a moylng picture show with' his fian
cee. Tho girl mentioned tho matter
lo hcp'mlstrcss nt.tho place.sho works
at, and then n comparison ol dates
was mado. It was found Hint the girl
had not been lo town on tho ovc.tlns
Tho attorney who Is conducting tho
prlvnto prosecution found out nliout
the mix up In dates nnd nt onco claim,
cd that tho defendant tvns trlng to
suborn tho witness. The glr), on tho
witness slnnd this morning, said that,
sho did at first think that rho ha I
been lo Iho moving plcturo,.shnw with
her lover on. the night In question,
but later on found that It was not no.
Attorney McIIrldo Is appearing for
tho prosecution, and Attorney "15. O.
Peters fcr tho defense. Thnt rank
licrjury has been committed on ono
side or-thc oilier Is very apparent, and
the Judge will havo n hard Job to
decide tho matter. Tho case was be
ing urgiicil (his morning nnd a deci
sion will probably ho .given tomorrow.
BEAL ESTATE TBAIISACTIONS.
Entered for Record October 13, 1910,
from 10:33 a. m. to 4 p. m.
B I,: Hartman tn II A Wilder.. ..CM
Kst of James WJghl by Trs to Trs
of list ot C V Hart ., I)
Wong Lcong tn Wo Sal Hop I.
Sobastlao AuguRto nnd vf lo Union
Loan ft Snvs Assn of Haw Md....M
First Am. Snvs ft Tr Co of Haw Ltd
.Mary Gorman tint
ary Gorman anil hsb .to, Margaret
W II G Amemnnn to O Bolto
Agrmt nnd A 1.
C H Brown , to Ii I, Schwarzbcrg..AI.
!; I, Echwarzbcrg to Klslo K Brown
Chas Tltcomh to William II Bice.. I)
John E nucha nnd wf to Albertlna
8 Correa 1
I. Kauali I to C ollIlc.;.,...L nnd II 8
Entered for Record) October 14, 1910,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
.Manuel A Fcnclrn nnd tvf to W F
Samuel Parker by Atty to A N Kc-
Mariana J Mnrcira und hsb to Ado-
laldo V Morcln I)
Henrietta Amochlona to Samuel
Apollonu Par Bel
Wing Cluing -Chun Co to Kanoho
Blco Mill Co AL
list of Clans Sprcckols by Trs to
Territory of Hawaii I)
POPE PIOUS CENSURES
THE MAYOR OF ROME
Executive's Spoecli at Anniver
sary of Fall of Temporal
Power of Church Scored.
. ItOMI-5, Sept., .23, Pope Plus X.
today uddrcescd n letter to Cardinal
Ilcsplghl, tlcar-gcncral of Koine,
saying ho tvlehcd to express to tho
cardinal -his own deep sorrow be
cause of tho nntl-cleric.tl speech de
livered by, Mayor Nathan at the cel
ebration liiBt Tuesday of the fortieth
upiilvorsary qf tho full of temporal
power of tho church.
The letter sets forth that Mayor
Nathan, as a public official, was not
satisfied with recalling solemnly lho
day on which the sacred rights of
pontifical sovereignty wcro trampled
on, but dared to offend tho doctrines
of tho Catholic church and the vicar
of Christ's church.
The Pope adds: "Speaking lii the
namo of Rome, which, ucnrdlng In
mithorltntlvo statements, should bo
honored us tho peaceful homo of tho
supremo pontiff, ho aimed directly ut
our spliltu.il Jurisdiction, denounc
ing with impunity, to public con
tempt even, tho acts nt our apostolic
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Friday, October 11.
SEATTLE Arrled Oct. 13: 8. 3.
1 fAilznnnn, Irom llllo, Oct. I.
8AN DIEGO Arrived Oct, 13: 8. 8.
Ilssourlan, from Sallna Cruz,
YOKOHAMA Arrived Oct. 11: 8. 8
Mnuchurln, hence Oct. 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. II-
P. S, A. T. .Sheridan, henco Oct. 0.
K. R. Hllnntfl.. U'lll nrrllM, frnm t2n
" , .! l ' .,.,. WO"
'rnnclcp Sunday tunrnlug
s, 8i jInra,;ia wlu lirrlvo , '
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