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EVENING BULLETIN, nONOLOLU, T. II., SATUIIDAY, OCT. IE, 1010,
Masonic Temple j
Monday: fixfl A
i'aclilc Stated. 8T p
jlccnnlc Second ii'egrcr.
WEDNESDAY " i
JtcKulnr " ). in.
Occunlc 'third Dearie.
All visiting members ot the
Ordjer are cordially Invited to
attqud meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
x lk ' "u
'iiiin,r -.,.!.. ....... Member of
JiSnSnn Other -A0-
TCRcriMttLiiiiMun. elation cor
HARMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. E.
Meets every Monday evening at
7 10 lnj 1. O O. P. Hall, Port Street,
-. p. U. HENDRY, Secretary
,19 II. E. McCOY. Noblo Grand.
'All visiting brothers very, cordially
OAHU LODGE.No. 1, K. of P,
Meets every first and third Frl-
Uay evening at 7:30 In X. of P. Hall,
corner, jl'ort and Bereanla. Visiting
oroinera coroiauy-invueu to nuenu,
.-. .'.Vf...a n
f O. I "HEINE, 4C n. s.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. II,
Meets evory first and third Thurs
days ot each, uonth at Knlghtg ot
Pythla Hr.M. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited (o attend.
1 A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
', I K. V. TODD, C. of II.
HONOLULU AERIE, 110, F.' 0. E,
. Me R on thn 2nd and 4thrWED'
' NESDAY evenings ot each moUltf Jat
7; 30 otlock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretapla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
, j w. n. niLEY, w. p.
t ' WM. C. McCOY, Bee.
HONOLULU LODGE, 010. B. P. 0. E.
Honol'niiV'Lodge No. 016, D. P. O.
,Elk, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday eyo-nlnV-.TJUllInB
Brothers aro cordially
tnVlted' tc attend.
JA8. D. DOUGHERTY, E. It.
GEO. T. KLUEdEL, Sec.
t WM. MoKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
L " .- !
i leeta every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
venln at 7;30 o'clock In K. ot P.
H11. cor. Fort and Boretanta. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
. II. A. TAYLOR, C. O.
$ E.lA.,JAQOBSON, k. n. 8.
Complete Office Fixtures
for forfaiediate' delivery.
0, Bon 207, Honolulu.
i x ur nuut
Foldjng Chairs & Tables
Mopp & Co., L'td.
Chairs Now at the
(4UiN ION BARBER SHOP
ret? NEW BARBER A competent wan
lias just arrived from the CcaM.
Have It Done the
Of murse nit lune jmir shots re
paired -joii know iui itsu ill) cm Kit
n good dml of atlilllloii il -in lie from
tlirui tiftcr I lie llrl Mill- Is mini mil.
Hut lion do ihi Iimi It ilnui-I It)
the (inllnarj Kibblers' mi (limit
If )ou do, )nnr cvprrli'iirp has uti
donlitcdl) shown on lion uiiMitM.ic
tory tbli iiiillind Is lnu mnt llkcl)
get Inferior mall rials und clams)
workmanship, ihsldis tlil,Mic uhuiiI
liiithod of "tapping" that Is piecing
Hie sale nildmi) In the shank gives
Hie mIioc ii iliililedl) uuilitlill) look.
Then, ngntii, Hie nails Mitiicllnici
utfd'liy the robliler iiiiii no little
discomfort to the foot Ihey arc drlt
en clear throiiKh to Hie Inside of the
shoe mid lire climbed, ou tho Inner
Ho, nhen Hie toblilir bauds )ou
your Mlioe, Hie; loot, like the pliolo
liclon, don't the) I
Till: OHIIIMIIY WAY OF HALF-
the "iieou, 1vw ov kki'aiit-
i. on, lake the "Ilegnl M)"i Ursl,
the Tinrk Is done by expert slioeniuk
ers, using Just the same mil hods by
nlilch (lie Mrs I sbles Here iitliirhed it f
(he IIeg.il ifiirtorles. J'lhe old, worn
out Mile nnd hrrl are reiuoied. A ueSr
iole of genuine OVh'IIAKK TA.N.NK11
le.itlier Is sewed on. Ile.ir In mind
Hint this Mile Is (omplite It extends
from (lie (o hi el, nnd II Is hLlVKI) on,
mil milled. A new h fl, hnlK of uhole
Iff 1st of Mils niiiiiii uueniiiilcd slink. Is
iilliuhed. - It i dirts are (arcfullr Lev
tied and HiiMicd, Jiibl as tlicjr are In
the Itigul fiKtorlen.
' ' .
he'll )oii git your shot") back the)
nro Just iin iiniiforliihle nnd pi.u (leal
I) us xlillhh and stnlreuble, ns nhen
Jim llrsl bbiiglil them. And It does
not rnsl il lot, cither no more than
nil) llrst-rlasH (obbler would charge.
The next (tine )ou mint your shoes
n paired bring Hum to this store. Tell
our sail Mann jou mint (hem n paired
lhi llit'.ll Vltn " Thnti ,.tll ....I ..
Job (lull looks Just like the puolo.
grnph i.l (lie lo'i of Ibis page.
KING AND llETIIEL
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Bulle
tin for a nicke) it twice na large
as the tablet usually sold for this
Autos. J4 per hour. Lewis Stables.
llethel bl.Jlack .Slutiil, l'lione 11.13.
Try a case of I'lticctar. It Is pure.
Monday viil ,esin tlic lact week of
j .t goes without Baying that every
thing Is licet a) The Knrore.
'See the desk rets made from ham
mered copper In kIiirIc plcicr at tho
Arts & Crafts Shop
Things nio ir) inlet at Hie police
court tinhj ami their is nothing much
Up till n-Kin tod ly 59S niilomoblles
have lie"n reentered and Ihoslx liiin
dreil matlc Is getting clo-x1
The Chlneso nlio jeterd-iy after
noon ran over n little girl mi Punch
bowl lit i ret was thin morning fined
2r for he diets driving
Pcintor W T HiibliiR'ui ot Mini
Is In tnviii hiving arrived this morn
ing In tho .Mauiin Ken Ho will pro
bably leave for Walltmi next Titos
day Minn l-iiaLort has removed her
drcxrm.iklng parlor tenipomrlly to
lOUG I'unchbortl'St . near lintel, wbero
alio will I.e. pleimed to fco i.or put
roiiK Gtorgo WJIC9X, tho Kiuil capitalist
Is visiting In town llo has Impnr'niH
IiihIiicrs which lll lake him a few
da s, li fu.o hi c hi rttirn to his homo
TJon't let )our g ocer glvo yo-i
"H"molhlng just as good" when )m
want an olive, Tho Whlto Libl Ollvu
Is -tho best oii can got and Insist o.i
getting It. i
Every mill bring to A 11 Arlclgh
Cav Mil.. Ilntcji near Fort, tho lit
est editions of tho best se'lcrs In
popular fiction, Arklgh'tt Is thoplaco
to got )(mr "going rtwa)'' gift Ixxiks
Your family's health Is of loo great
vnluo to tako rhinccs with n low
damp place In Ihc yard (let an tistl
mato of tho cost of flUlfig and grading
P. M. Pond, Contractor, trlephono
There are fow hotels In Honolulu
wlfeio Hid trade winds roach the
rooms as they" do at thn Hotel Mnjos
llC'eorntr ofFort kind Ilcrctanla. Do
Jlplitfu rooms, well eared for at rca
Manager'!' V. HroiulliciU- of Grdvo
Farm plantation, Kuual loft- on the
Mamma lodny Ho Is en roulo to
New Zealand, and will slop ovor In
FIJI for ten dD)g or co, and tako In
IhtHttgnr plantations there. '
Unlqilo (span Just rccelrcd 'rom
our trading station in thn Siiith Seas.
Hawaii & South Seis Curlo Co, Young
Building Largest dealers in Hawaii
an eurlna In the world Hats. Mats,
Fain, Calahishes, Oriental fabrics
an 1 lirn?K?H i
Chew Fong, the Chlneso who Is ac
cused of belling opium without a II
renre. waived examination nnd de
manded a Jury trfnf t)iltt morning; ho
was tderefor'o committed for' trial to
the Circuit Court, and bonds wcro set
nt 51T.0 In each cae ,
Tho Chineco who aro up against lit
for opium aro now breaking up their
ohl- pipes and boiling tboni to extract
the Juli o fi-om the bamboo. One Celes
tial was till;) morning nrrosted mil
rhargod with having so treated -a plpo
ho haj etolcti from a follow country
man, Manuel Lewis wnH this morning
found cttllty, and sentenced In Jail for
forly days for Illicit relattoiiK with n
native girl. TJie defense tried to proyo
oi; alllil but It wdh broken down; rank
perjury wnij cwninilttd on one side
Vr Jho other, ,aml jbo, care has been
appealed o tjiefhleher cgurl, '
McBrydc Says .Witicsscs Wll
Re Prosecuted for Syvear-
J ii prcieiitln' It In argument mi tho
Manual Lewis cnim Ibis morning at
tho polb-a court, Cliudlus Mcllrjdo ro
marked that nllhougli ho wns appear
ing fqr tho proK'Cii)lon, It was not
nltoROlhrr n tulvato prosecution. Ho
cliilmed tho naino courtesy from tho
jinlgo us ait) oilier attorney, and hq
said that bo thought ho had been
"called doHfn"; ton much during thn
As he won his cise, Mellrlde la bijt
tcr satisfied nnw, but ho sweiira thai
he will prnsetiito bonio of tho wltnosi
cs for tho defense for perjury That
lank peijury was committed on oao
,slrln or tho other Ih certain and fur-
Ihor pri)ccedlugs aro tutu to bo taken
In tho mattor,
'.((Hy II ii lloj I ii 1 ieryear.
Klloliiuia Art Iaptto rooms, corner of
Miller and IK'ietanla Sts. High
school cl.ispes n nornlngs grades
In iifleiiinnu Spcelul iiiiuiigdiieut
Kntii Zliiimorimu, gmdinlp of Ktn
sin Stito Collegft iirlnclpnl
Our New Phone Number Will Be
Cll) Tiansfer Co.
TENYO DELAYED HALF HOUR .
BY TOW OF RlfHEf 1 M
FINALLY SAILED AT TEN-THIRTY GOODRICH GAVE A
FAREjVELl DINNER ON BOARD, LAST EVENING
FAST TIME WILL BE MADE TO COAST.
It was Unthlri bifnic the Tcnjii
Mam finally got. awny for the coist
Hilo mnniih. ..hi i. ,,..
was In mid every hlng icii'v to nut
, , -
",HC,1 nJJ' rc,nc,,"v'1 ,lm ,e"
clock. The delaj or hilf mi hour
In tho sailing or the bg tiirblnor was
caused by tho Ma I son bark It. P.
Rltlict being towed Into her boith lit
Oceanic wharf from outside an I It
LS. il '.' " " "
jo could begin to move
I was without tho hep of tug
tha ho Tcnjo go nwav till, morning
i, n'fc ihi . V0"'.. K
tTcuV Mr v ?! m , "C" ,
J"1 "'"J ,wa1s ',,m,r V"1
cargo was Dnls tied . Isch.irgo last
night and from Hint lime on things
wero quiet on the sli'p and pisscngeis
Sovernl friends or Purer lloodrlch
nnd Captain Fllmer wcro on bo ird lust
evening 10 Old I.irOWCII lo tllCIll mill,
Ooodrlch going to his new position
mn nnlvnl nt San Tranclfco and
Captain rilmer being relieved by Iin
regular skipper cf tho Tcn)o. Captain
A ...... ..!.. it... ... . ...i
" "..,....,. r wi. rcr. uu iIKCiii boio that ho hud lost eight
board tho ship and afterward tho Imrscs last night.
wholo party adjourned up townwbrro 'w
more toasts wcro'ilriink before tho At Yokohama,
final scpnmtlon Tor 'tho night and tho Wednesday tho Korea of tho Pad-
siilloimcn leJuniccMo tho sjilp lo.iv flc Mall fleet sailed from -Yo'iohanu
Ing ihelr shore filcnds In Uin city en inuto to Honolulu Tho Korea Is
On tho trip of tboTenjo from Hong- duo to arrive at Ihls port on Friday
kong to Shniigbil tho steamer inndo of next week.
an acrago (if nmi'o than soventceii Tlio Manchuria of tho samo fleet ur
knots, nrrlvng a tho mouth or tho rhed at Yokohama estcrday Tho
Yaiigtse In practically fort)-clglit Miinchurl.i sailed rrom Honolulu on
hours from the time of gctUng under October 3.
full npoel outside Hongkong .harbor. n
It was whllo going Into tho river Virginian Off.
that the ship ran aground at Ibrco
uchick in viio niiernoon, ami was
floated without damngo tw cut) -four
mors liner ni ingn ikio.
Two tugs worked on tho stranded
(tin from ni dn cbt rnnnnt u II, .
-..-.- ., ..w iiiiiuiKiiif; nlt iiunuiuiu
result nnd In the morning thn larger cargo ot mllioad wharf and sills from
rtha'rScr!1 ' s,,unR,n,' forly ml,cV"cre for ,Ilto- , '
By (Unt or much Fe-sawlng and Ibo HllorJan Early.
hlgh tldo In tho afternoon tho smaller According to ii wireless received
tug succeeded lu gelling the Tcnvo from tho Illlonlnn (hO vessol will he
nfloat beforo the largo one cimo hick off port nt eight tomorrow mornlnc
All pasfcngcr wero taken to tho
cuy soon nucr uie siopiner sirncK ana ami .in pissongcis from San Fran
spent ilio (Imp pliMsuiitlj In tho Paris clrco.
o( the Fnr K.it s
At Nagnsakl n thorough cxumlna- Sierra's Renort,
tlon of tho hull of tho. Tcn)o wns The following wlrelejs messago haj
inndo by tho underwriters but no dim-
ngo was found to have been dono.
From Honolulu tlio T'nyo will lilt
a fast clip toward San Francisco and
will hrrlvo there on Thursday making nlo Easterly wlnls. Sea igmo-ith Wen
Iho r'aih In five dais flat according to thor clear nnd lino. Barometer 30;37,
lio plans when leaving hero this Air fl8. All well, i
morning I - via
Ira !Suer r Hllo. ,
fylarama Arrives. I According In report brought by tho
" It was 7 .11 last evening when Ibo Mniinn Ken Ihls morning thcro s
Cnniidian-Aiistrallnn. liner Maramn ur- awaiting shipment nt llllo: Punaluu
lived- ft mil Victoria and Vancouver PO75 sacks. Honiiapi 2212 sacks and
and tlio vessel sailed today for Syd- Honoknn 3825 sacks,
uey via pnrtB of call. , ' &
Tho passengers fpr Honolulu Inrltid- In From Hllo ,
ed Iho members of (leorgo Howard Early Ihls morning tho Inter-Island
Company wJiIlIi opens, an engagement steamer Mauii'.i Koi nrrlved from Hllo
at Iho Orpheum on Monday ovenlng, and porjB or call bringing n general
and W H, Ileal) stenographer In tho cargo. There wuro u largo number of
firm or Tbeo. II Davles & Co. I passengers on tho Mauna Kea.
Most of tho trip to Honolulu was' p?
pleasant, thn first two da)s out bo- Rlthet Arrived. ,
Ing f-n rouch that siiood bad to bo ro- nfl'n d.'UH froni flan Francisco tho
ilueed to rldo out lh0 heavy head sea
Tho Howard Company gavo n pro-
sentallon or 'Tho Man from MoxIcV'
on tho trip whlili took well with tho
piSBcngcrs pu tho ship.
Through passengers Include Mad-,
iime Bc.ilty IJrpokp tho Npw Zealand
lyric soprano and hor husband who Is
a prominent btiRlnchs man, bIbo Com-
mantled V M. Croso, J, 8. N-, ,wh(( Is
going out as govornor or American
Bnmoi Ho Is accompanied by his
Tho Mamma was dispatched this
aftornoon nt mm o'clock from Ahkoal Per S Si Teioo Maru rrom Hono
street wliarf for Sjilney via ports tak- lulu for Ban FnineUco, t)c. 15 Jno
lug twenty p9Fsongyi.from this port, H. Fisher and wife, Miss II, Weaver,
all but two of whom wero booked In Mrs. A, E Swlfl, Miss, (J, ft, Bwjft,
tho second r.ibln. . Mr. I. C. Powers, E. I Huvtable and
According in c"w iniorm uinii ui'i
transport Sheridan nrrlved nt 8nu
(JBs. 11. Love)
hfc.4 4 )
ON PAOE EIOh)T.
Francisco yestcrduy, sailing from this
l10" on October C.
Tho Arlzon.in arrived nt Hi-titn
T'ny. "'"K ff"'V Uo direct for
uiu noiiiKi on iicioucr ,
Coming up roni Hnllni Cxwi tho
Mlssourlan arrived at Hjii Diego
Thumlny en routu to Se.iflo and Ho-
llncr A8 "' " I" lrt late Mon-
,, ,,, , ,h ' w
, , , ,
FrancRC0 fl0 ,, , (
ar"'"' 'or tho Orient. No wireless
w,a ,tccUc "' "10 AB" '"I night
bl" ono 'h(""'l wmo throuHli tonight
Rh ,0 , , . , , f
UIril, lt,c ' "" " '
' ' ra
Hyadcs from Sound.
This mtcinoon tho Matson freighter
Hjadcs nnlvod In iort front Puget
Soilllil nml. liilnirlni. .. Ir.. !
caigo nnd 02 horses, tight having died B- Ferguson, A. Lindsay, V. L. Parr,
, ,. Tll0 rrclghtcr had plena-,". NVcst, I. nrlnsmead.
ant weather alter tho first threo davsH 1 '
(1r tiw tri,. .i.im, ., i. .r....
. . . '.P,'..
.. in u
Bii)1)Pr kVOIil n w rr naa I.. .
Tomorrow morning at ten o'clock
ian freighter vir-
llllo and from
glulnn will sail for
tliero to tho coast after discharging
nnd taking on cargo. Tho Virginian
tin. I.n ,n.i i. u. .I..".......
and should dock nhortly after nlno
Tho Illlonlan is bilnglng a full cargo'
been rrcelved by tho Agonts from Iho1
p. in. octd
8, S. Rleirn bound for San
8. 8 Siena, nt Sen, S
"cr 14 J910. 877 nitles out. Model
Ainorfcan hark IL P. Rlthc't aVrIyod'pmilrp, Il Is learned that charges wll
'f' San Triinclscn today Thn ship bo pdshed almost Blmultaneously In
biought 11 genoral cargo to this tiort.'spokune, Seattlo nnd Portland. In the.
"j pA.RFNnpn .... .Inland'empire alone It la reported 150
I '"Ptri"fcn pepahtep Hn.Bn. will. iq summoned to testify
I'c- 8. S Marqnin, fpr Syduey via
ports, Oct. 16. K. II. W. Broadbcnt.
trru Pint 1fc L ff T ii-.n11.n..
if, w Knight, V. Vlctorsc-n, M, A.
Macrao nnd wlfo. A. N Mncrao anl
wlto, Mr and Mrs. Cayos. Miss I. Ma-
craov M E. Sclmyer and wife, fit)
Hmes and wlfo, L. M, Fox, H. Lam
hoi t V Dent, Miss W. Agnow, Dr.
I A. It Douglas, L. Boorder, M. Kent,
A Ankelhlll. II. Ilnpcr.
iwlfe p.u lt:i 1I1 mid wife K Wllsoit,
'Mm Mni L yhUo,
, t, I t
Meekly II u 1 1 0 1 1 11 II per ear.
, Saturday, Oct. 15,
SI in r. Mamma, from Vancouver nnd
Ilk. It. P. Klthtt, from San Fran
cisco, i i
Hlinr. Manna Kea,, from llllo and
Saturday, Oct, 15.
8. 8, Tcno Maru. for Ban Fran
vlsco, 10 a, ni. '
S, S. Marama, for Sydney, p. ni.
Per sltnr, Manna Kea, from llllo
and wn ports Oct, 15. Miss C. A.
linn aril, E .1. Iluxtnblo and wife. Win
Thompson nnd wife, T. E. Martin, Dr.
H, II. Brown, Ilovl XV II. Fcntnn
Smith, Miss Itnrrlmnn, Dr. Franclri
Wo'more, A Baker wlfo and child,
C F. Lewis' and wife V. E. M. Osorfo,
11. 11 Drown. ,0. U DuckworUi, J. W.
Down, W. Milne, V. lllscrmnn, A. E.
fitoddnrt. F. Mcllcnry, .1, K. Brown,
II. T. HnyRFlden, Rev. C. 11 Bloor
Oco. Osborno, Dr. A .1 Derby, T. Jlau
man, M. Peterson, Jns. L. Coke, Chlnr.
Akana, U Aquon, K Sckl, Miss More
head, Mrs. Townsond, Mrs. Woods,
D. K. Wilson, P. . Bluett, A. Mason.
Miss Qutnn and servant Miss E.
Jones, A P Hrlckwind and wife, W.
K. Notley nnd child,. Sam Parker Jr..
Chung Sin, Chong Yuen, N. J. Schoon
be or V( T. Robinson, Jas. Shaw, J.
W. Drlscoll ond 2 daughters, A. II.
Hnnna, iPIn Cockctt, W. F. Martin,
Robt. ThoinpRon, II, S. Decker, W. II.
Per S. 8. Marariia. from Vlctorh
and Vancouver, October JL Miss A.
Whltcolnbc. Miss Clnppertoji, D. O.
Ilutchart, J. Kldwell, Mr. and Mrs. II.
J. Campbell. Mrs., II M. Styne. Mr.
nnd Mrs Ml W Mlsl nn'd son W. II
Henley. It. fl. Oray; Mr. and Mrs. D.
M Itoss, C. H. Carmlchael. O. C. Par
ker, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. D. Howard. Mr.
nnd Mrs, O D. Bailey, Mlns M. Dunn,
Miss E. Martpllo. Miss D. Mathews,
W. E. B.iirnham. J Norton, O'.lHtnor,
C Murphy. A. Ellon E, IL Maolonald
N. Aires. Mrs, O. Italic. II. Pfal. Dr.
McMillan, Miss J Chalmers, Miss
N. Chnjmcrs Mrs. B. Cushonk) and
two children. Miss J J line Miss C.
I) Ink water. Miss N. Ellertson, Mlsv
M. Abbott. F E. Wrlghl. E. Dyro, A.
Krlckson, Mrs. C. II. Ing-ills. F. , A.
Rnwnn. Mr nnd Mm. .?. tlrvnnt. MIbh
I thanbport behvice.
Dlx In port.
Logan nt Manila.
Sheridan onriiuto to Han Francisco.
SliLrman enroute -to .Manila,
COMPETITION FOR BUSI
NESS GROWS KEENER
This Jrjakes i(t ipiportarit to
advertisers to be sure arid use
the right newspaper In going
after business. It is certainly
T-L." " -T.J t,'.''T
.W W concpntratipn, a tlcnp
when eVerV dollar eXDeilded
"c" CVUI y UUIIdl lApllyllUCU
, , . . , , , ,. ,
' S,W?Ul" 9 Straight t,0 the mark.
The B u I J fi t i n is absoiifely
the Oiie best nCWSpaper ill HO-
hoJlllU. It TCaCheS all ClaSSeS .Of
ne'onlp rinh" atlri nnrir anrl
L.-iV.. ! ' - ilL Ji..r ' ' j
Meacl,e? mor HOnOIUlU rjjaQ-
erS than any Other HOnOlUllI
newspaper., Any adveriser
vyho,is ot g,ettihfj his share'jof
business" .who feels th.at.no
is losing around, should not
.RerimentJjy 'usinq new or
gu,.snouia,sirive nar.a oy im
proved advertising and larger
c"opy in thelv'enind Bul
) c t i n.
ALASKA COAL CLAIMS
Secretary Ballinger Will Hold
Inquirios In Larger Cjties '
of the Norihwcst.
SFOKANB, Nyns.li.. Scpj, 23. The'
L,ironicp ays loaay; 1110 scopo or
tho inquiry, Institute,!' by Secretary
R. A. BaUngcr Into suspected fraud
(n poal )nnd' tlalms. 'in, Alaska aiul the,
orhwest 'Is nptjlmlted to the Inland
aa to their claims Jn Alaska, Washing-
. inn CSmtmn nml T(loti' r
ton, Oregon and Idaho.'
Tho Alaska land claims, which nro
said to bo under Investigation, by tho
Federal Grand Jury at Spokane, nr6
similar to Hiobb of the famous Clar'
uuiu v.uniiiii(iiium Kiuup, (Npn CUUS'
cd tho Ballinger chargfes. CalirorpIi)ns
or high rank are Alaskn coal claim
ants. Chief Jiistlcei Robert W. 8toele of
Colorado liis jsufered a stroke of pa
ralysis at Denver and Is B.ild to be
In n critical condition.
. ai85.,illlorliil rnouiji -i,22r0
business (iftlcc. These tire the lele'
I ' .... (.1 r-i- flit (111- l II- ,
phone number of the Bulletin. '
nClinPDATQ Tfl 7-
Link McCandless and' Others
Have Dates at'A'aJa' "
farV. ' "v
Link McCandless, Democratic can-'
dldn'to, fo'r, PpTegafc, fturned, 'bin
morning. Jrom his campaign on , the
other, sldo of tho Island, with 'the
statement:' ' ' ,
"Wo ihave, hnd n successful qim
palgn on Oabu. .At LabnncJ Wnl;
liie'; wlicro"wo hnd ' meetings fast
Thursday and Friday night, tho llomei
Bulcrs, headed by rjotley, and .David
Knlauokalanf, Sr., tried to break 'up
our meetings." i. y-
Tho Boss professes to licllqvc that
tho Homo Rulers nro helping the Re
publicans more than anyone clso. Ho
was busy In Democratic headquarters
this morning, reading a mass' of cor
respondence. ' f
Tonight .the Bourbons Mvo , ar
ranged n meeting nt Anln Prk, which
will formally open tholr campaign on
this side of tho Island. McCandless,
Maoagcr Rlvcnburgh, County .Chair
man McClellnm and all ot tho candi
dates aro down for speeches, rtlyen
burgh will appear In his famous
Slamcso twin role, In which he 'Im
personates both the campaign .tnap
ngcr and the candidate for Senator.'
be Very keen
Contractors Figuring On Big
Work of 'Dredgihi) '
Contractors or Honolulu are already
beginning to" figure on bids for Iho
big hirbor dredging scheme 'to be par.
rldd on under tho direction of h"
U. S. Engineer's offlco. The blils nro
to bo opened on November 2,
Tho rOBt of the work to be done
Is roughly estimated at' 1250,000 'and
from present Indlca'lons the bidding
will bo tho sharpest nnd competition
keenest of many nionths, as' tho Job
Is considered n ricafrnblo ono and iho
entrance of new companies In the field
Insures close figuring. Four at,, least
ntid possjbfy flvo contracting compan
ies will put In bids. "
Tho' work to bo dono Is a ro dredg
ing of tho present cntranco channel
and n dredging In tho, 0911(1 ejid of
tho hnrbor. The -channel (s to be
deepened to thlr(t)-flvo feet yr ,more,
nlong tho lines ot tho former dredg
ing. Jho, amount of, material to be
removed Is estimated ,nl 70,000 cubic
yards, which will be (jeposited partly
al" Fort AVmstrong and partly on
Sand Island. , ,
Thn north end of tho harbor Is also
to be deepened to. at least thirty-five
feet, flxty 'thousand yards Is to be
delivered to tho Oahu Rallay"& Land
"Company lor uso ,pn t(p railroad'
lands a small amount, something ljko
750 yards; to be put on the Dowsed
property at Iwllcl and the remainder1
on tho U. 8. Reservation south of (ho
reserved channel, ,
Tborq Is plenty of construction and
dredging work In sight for Hawaiian
Anns, according to the present but-
loedt. .. rt, .
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered fpr Bfoord Oct. 14, ltjlO.
Emclla d'Alnmelda nnd hsb to
Alcn & Hpblnbou Ltd . . , . ,
E qjAt" HobBon to John 11 Dye
n,nd wf I.,.,."....',....,..,.
Laiillahl Webb aid hsb io Mutl
Telephone Co 'Ltd ..,.,,. W.
John II D)a and vvf to E Colt
Entered for Record Oct. 15. iojo.
A4uy ( xtvnia uiii) lieu j VvJUMVJ
of Hawaii .,,., ,ft .',',.'.,.
Ulft? ugar Co to Francisco U
. "x00" ,tr'MMi-
Mary.., Dal and liBb to Joe de
" M lull1
Emjjfu y Ollv.clra, and", hsb Jo
, First llany V(t Hllo llld..' .'..,
Henry' J, Linian to First Bank
Jack Knhunakala to Kalaull Ka- t,
awi" 'tfi ' !ff.,1(.A'nel
J il phnatk to Martha C K$-n.
. P.iUanl',; .,...,.. fl, . . . ....A'gr'mt
varrn, u.ura'f, jo von iiamra
Sealed tenders will he received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 ra. of Thursday, O'tober
2JM 191j0, for la)lng 1500 feet of
wood stavo pipe In Maklkl Vallc),
SqclflcatIon,on,(IJe In, the office
of .jbo Superintendent "of public
Worksr , ,tJ ,
Tha Suiterjntendout of t'tiblla
Work's reserves tlio tight to'rcjett
any or ull bids. "
, MAltSTON oaIipiibi.,,,
. Sunerlnteiident nr I'ui.itn vAri .
'4750 Oct. tt 17, 18, 19, 20, Z,
22, 21, 25, '20.
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