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By ' TBVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULO, T. 1I.WBDNESDAY, OCT 19, 1910 . i -
Masonic Temple 1 P0TJmr ToV' I0lF
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V WCCKIV Lalennar Hcpumicans and Democrats Auios,iPcrhour. Lewis stabies. i,
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MONDAY Jtf.,,) f-u
ITUE8DAYI KX .
' " Sip.' m.
All TliJUns mamberi ol tn
Order are cordially invited to
jittend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M.
1ML ENfitNtEAS "5?be?..or
V MEnGMl'JWMTIOfc ciaTon. Tri
HA2M0NT lODQE. No, 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
MeeU orcry Monday, evening; at
V.W In I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
P II. K. McCOYj Nob)e'CIrand,
'AH visiting brothers "very cordially
OABJJ IQDQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mfts erory first and third Fri
day evening at 7)30 In K, ot P. Hall,
corner 'Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
brother-cordially InTltod to 'attend.
. , WM. JONES. C. C.
O. Fv HEINK, K. U. B.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mat4 evoryflrst and third Thurs
days; ot oach uonth at KnlghU ot
Pythln HalJ. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
, A. l. EAKIN, Sachem.
. E. V. TODD, 0. ot It.
XONJbjWLU AERIE, 110, F. 0. E,
Munis on thn 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot eath month at
7:30 o'clock ln"K, ot I. Hall, corner
Itorntnnln n.1irl I'nrt'.straetB.'
Visiting Eagles areTlnvlUd to at'
w. n. niLEY, w. p.
WM. Ok McCOY, See.
L HOUGXULU LODQE, 016, B. P. WE?
7 'Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. Pi 0,
jv B)k, meets In their' hall, on Kins
BJ Btrsct, near Fori, every firaay evc
fj nlng. Visiting Brothers arc cordially
ft Invited to attend.
.IAS. D. DOUGHERTY, B- R.
W, GEO, T. KLUEGBL, Sec
JVYM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
!" M ir.i..nn 9nrf nnd 4lh RntnrdaT
'l"j.O v.w.J uw --
veulng at 7:30 ociock in iv. oi -.
1lnl. cor. Tort and Deretanla. VUU-
iuV brothers cordially Invited to at-
k H. A, TAYLOR, C. 0.
K I E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S.
L ,, Coyne
k Furniture Co:
I J :For '
y , Good
f . , Furniture
5. Compete Office Fixtures
for immediate delivery. Address P.
0, Bax2)7, Honolulu. ,
, ' Tor Rent
Folding Chairs & Tables
J, Hopp & Co., Ltd.
Chain Now at thei
UNION' BA'RBEE' SHOP
'NEW'BABBEIW-A competent man
Ml juit Brnvru iruin 111c busri,
MP nl JUit nrnvcu jrum iiic vyusrv, SpV ror neni caros on jic m
wLt''V CvrEEEA..r Proprietor' the Bulletin offloe.
V Jr - I
sVlVanj, f.vk. ."3. it . . 3 ? n - 1 v - t n
WlMJirtililMillTB 'JilifHililli ii ill ilk I m i i ,',! "r-ht'i, -. ... !, -.-... i2LiiMh,sL kai i - , .jjo, 4 iip.Lr '-A-i . ' " - K ' - i
Republicans and Democrats
Get Busy Witlf Many
G. O.p. CANDIDATES
STAJVtiiN'G ON RECOHD
KcleKolio Gives An Imitation
of Acting Like an Insurgent,
Byig Meeti;igs Scheduled for
(Siwcliil II u 1 lot I n CcrrraiMmilrncn )
llll.O. Oct 18 lociil nolltlcs bceali
Ian S.ilnrda) 'la on I ho liaoni. Doll)
tho Ilrpiilillcarin nii.l llm Dcmncrnli
ralileil forth ami hpd mcctlncH Inat
Sndinlny ami IIiIh week there, 111 lio
jnoro'oratory irom tho aamo hirrela
Tho llciiiilillcnn Innil which left
llllo last Satunlnv, rnimlatoil of Can
ilirialrs Affyijfo and I I. Hale for the
1 route, ,11m J-eh and Austin, wjio
wanJo he nlenilicrs nf th Hoard o'
SmiorvlsOra rprtNurlli and Houlh Hlo,
County Clerk Kil and Cha Swnln
lio wants In lio licnRiircr Tho first
stop was tnmla nl llnnnlll nt aboht
2 i in , and hero a hunch of tho worW
men emplojcd on thi County rqid,
and some nf tho residents of tho vie
Inlty camo to listen to tho orators
Whcrt tho Republicans were lnlnc
llernard Keleknllo appeared 1111 tho
eceiUi. He indctvoicil to cxnliln how
and why ho became an "Insurjreht
Tho Republic-mi proceeded Mil Ho-
iiiMiiii, wnere n inn; cruwu 111 penpie
eomliifi scleral uillca around, hid
gathered Hero Illekard another cm
dldato foe the Houso, Joined the pir-
ty, and the in cling was proceeded
with under tho direction of E S. Ca
pellas, ho Is b Inrd Republican work
cr In that neighborhood.
Republicans Stand on Record.
Halo was tho first speaker, and ho
was followed by Jim Lewis. Lcwli
referred to tho rtcord made by thn
Republican Board cf Supervises, lie
palled nttcntlon to tho fact that the
Ineqmo of the County was but t:r0.
000 n ycar und out of this about M50..
000 had to ho lald out In running i-x-
penscs.' Tho remaining $190 T)Q0 .was
not i'vory largo unwlfh whlrk'tu
maintain tho. cxtcnslo road sistcm
Ipf so targijf.im Islanl as Hawaii, and
bum- me iiepuuiirin uounry nnnunis
tratlon had, during tho past twp joarj
ntlnod. to tho nsscls of tho Cnuiitt hv
bujlng tho County building, bo that
this County was now tho only ono In
ilia Islands which possessed Its own
honio Lewis also referred to tho
building of the llonulll roml
Oil Sunday Jim Lewis held n meet
lng at Kniaoa, he being thoronly can
didate present, but when he had fin
lBhcd, Bernard Kelekullo appeared on
tho scene and tried his hand at tho
Tho, Democrats held their mectln
nt Wnlaken last Saturda) ovcnlng at
6 ociock, the enily hnur having been
chosen nlth much foresight, as tho
Democrats feaied lint their orator
would not bo RUfflclrnt n an attiar-
tlon to compete with tho moving pic
ture shows' and tho saloons,
Kwikl, running for tho Hoard of Su
pcritsors, produced a typewritten
statement, which wns given out to ho
a special jilatform for himself and till
running male. Dr. Archer Irwin. It
bold forth tho following halt:
1. Tho Intention, to work for the
completion ot tho belt road mound tho
Island. 1 ,
2. Pa) lug tho mad laborers J 1.50 a
day or moro.
j 3. GJvlifg tho utmost ttipport to tho
police dopaxtment, as It paid Its own
4 To stop tho fjow of b(,wcragu
from the hgspla) Inlo t(ip Wnlluku riv
er 5. Tg continue tho Front stn-ct
C. To stop tho letting of road work
by cojjlract a far im iidsslble.
7. To give County wrk to citizens
or thosn ollgihji) to beconip such,
Kelekollo In Spotlight.
Bijforo Ilia Donmcrats had a chance
In get away, tho' liiovltahlo Bernard
Kelekollo Jumped 19 tho front and
captuiod tho meeting. Ho sioko first
in Hawaiian,, sajlng thnt ono of tho
Upgllsh papers had snld. In reference
It) htm, that thcro was 110 such thing
113 an insurgent. Thut same paper
had rontiilncd all article stating that
Roosevelt wns stumping for un InsuK
gent, Thero wero four Ithprcsontii
tles to ho elecied from this Bldo of
tho lalanll, anil hothouxht tho people
would do woll to elect' n .candidate
who had nil strings on him.
As mi antl climax' to Bernard, Pas
lino, Jumped up and In a fiery hnr-
angud ho called on tho vntccs not to
import nny Independents Thcro wail
bo sjJd, no such thing us un insur
It Is now assorted thut Senaloi HI-
Jflns Insisted that Abpuzl's family
should duplicate tho brldps dowry It
will ho recalled that tho Scnitnr Kpuit
tils i.uil) inauhoud In Missouri
Autos, t4 per hour, Lewis Stables.
Hillicl hi, Hack htmd. Pbonrlir.i.
Try a fcaBe o( I'lhcctar. It Is pure
,'It-o without saying that every
thing Is Best nt Tho llncore.
t Tho enso of Henry Clarke wni sent
over for one week nt the 1'ollco Court'
For distilled water, lllro's loot
tlcor and nil other popular dfluks
Ring up rtione 2171 Consolidated
Sdda Works. '
Two drunks faced the music at tho
Police Court this morning, and they
wero both let down easy with sus
pended sentences of thirteen months
Case of Sumner crsus Gear for nn
accounting was up before ludgo "Rob
inson jctterdn afternoon but wa,i
continued until Mondn next for no
IS ON TODAY
Defense in Bright-Quinn Suit
' , N"ow' Has the
After arguing thl morning for
nearly nn hour on n motion for n
On) on tho ground that llilght, in
riding on the runiilng-bn.ird of a
streqt car, wns guilty of contribu
tor) ncgllgcnec, Judgo Whitney do.
tiled tho motion t,ct forth In Attor
noy Magoon's argument, nnd the cuso
want to tho jury ngalu.
The early pail uf tho morning ses
tlon wb takon up with the testi
mony of llrlght, who Is suing Tom
Qiilnn for SB000 for d uniiKwi sus;
iiuneci in oeing- KiiocKeu irom
street car b the machine nf the lat
ter on Hotel street a )car ago.
Under the nueetlnnniK of ..ttoruc)
PeterBnn, the stoi) of the nt-ldont
nud tho lujnilcs rcLchcd wero
hroimht olit full), the Ktnn ofllilnht
",UUIU ""'. ; ' ,',,K",i Jn'i ,if I rinrkfeI7& Conlnnnx the
causing snjllcs from tho JuDtncn nt on ot H. Ilackreld . Con pan) 1110
times, esiirrlnllv onrn when. In ro-1 local agents. Tim Kor"n was heard
times, especially once when, In re
sponso to 11 nuestion as to how tho
accident affected him men tall j, the
lomnlalnanl ttil'eit that no toiivl
nut woflc his Jaws well und had to
press food betvtecii them.
Thn defense occupied but little
t(rri! xvlth llrlght, ns It evidently ro
lled kupon the motion for mi-trlal
which xvim nrgued aftor tho prosocu
tlon had rested. -
As tho tourl woiildnot gliofn 10j
cielon on the argument sotting forth
'rontrlbutoi') negligence, tho enso
ngnln went to tho Jury, at' 11:30 and
the flret witness for the defenso was
Illy, the llrel witness plit on tho
Btaiid, was riding n-1 tho car at tho
me of the nccldent nnd xvus one of
thn two men who pi. ked llrlght tiji
tlmo of thn nccldent nnd wus ono of
and carried him to a house, nrter
wird going. to tho hospital with lilnu
The lestlnionj given lij this xvlt
ncss wns to thn effect that Bright
regained cnnsMousneBS soon after bo
Ing. picked, up.
' PrcxioiiBly tlit complainant on tho
stand had said that ho dill tint lie.
comn conscious until ho xvas on the
The caso xvas continued thla aft
ernoon, 'further xvltncsses being put
on lij'tlio defense.
At tho' pollco court this morning
Jblin Androws nnd John , I). 'llohblo
wero charged with having held un un
old Portuguese, and of having routed
hrni nftcr lirutallx nssnultlni' him Thn
l?ry was told In yesuirdny's Bulic
tin, niuf nothing fresh was brought,
out loiia). TI19 accuspd woro commit
ted 'or trial nt tho Circuit Court mid
bonds wero Bet nt $200(1 In each case.
Choiv Sung, who was defended by
C, F. Chllllngwortb, was this morning
foiiiu) guilty or having sold oplpm lo n
uollco Infornier. The Chlnnso was
UiuOij, jsi for tho offonsv and his attor-
spy tujQjy up tno spongo without put
ling ujjji fight, for his mun It appears
that wo ij'rcridfcnt told Chill ngworth
a xcry dlfteiTpnt story to xvhaj: j-oally
u.MiBiMii'ii- wiieu mo opium ,w.as' boiii
There xvas no defenso offered nnd
Judge Andrad" fined tho mun us s,ta,
0d Coroner Rosa held an iiuiucst on
thb body of tho nged Huxyallan. xvho
dleil fioln n wound In Ills throat, Tho
S)iji fellow roll pit h stake Id Niiunuo
Valley nod died after much sjifforlng.
Tho coroner's Jur) rtturned a xtrjjlct
Of accidental death
Thn' mutter 'or tho (load, Chinese
who was round on tho beach hear Dia
mond Head, will bo Invostlgn'cd to
night. It dovcloped at the post mor
tem thnt was held )cstcrday that tho
man was afflicted within terrible ills
ease, and It is now thnusht thnt ho
comiultloi! Riricldo to mold thn pain
Hd hail not )et been Identlflod, and
thoro dots not Boctn to bo much
cliancti of ft I olnp done.
ADDITIONAL, 8HIPPINO ON, PAOE EIGHT.
RIVAL "FERRY BOATS" MAY
TRY FOR OTHER RECORDS
SlERRAGAINED A SEVEN MINUTE LEAD OVER WILHEL-
'-' MINA PINES F0RTHE SOUND KOREA- SAILS F0R-
C0AST ON SATURDAY MORNING FLAURENCE WARD
DOMING FROM MIDWAY.
Tliero was but a sexen mlniito mi' enrouto from Australian poits on Oct.
gin In tho steaming time from Hono- 11th
lulft t,n San rraiic(sgn mile b) thto ft'
Ocennto Kteain-iliip Slcirn and the Mat Maul In Krom. Kauai,
n KT..l,lt. It.. t1IMI.lK.I 1 .... 1 lib. Inlnt-.lullMi' ulrt O.lnR Pt.lt.lln.
BWI1 .UVIUIIUIl IlllUr ) IIIII.-IIMIIU 'H
the hst Mi)3go , tho run The
smalt fraction or time was In f nor of
the Slerrn who jn-l hard) l,-,t her
rlal to tho Ooldrn Gate el Both
xcsse's clearecL the port ot Honolulu
xxitnin a row mlnules 111 earn inner
leaving rn or about ten o'clock 01 llm
.no, nlng ot Octpocr IS h While It is
i..... T ...... J... .1...1 1.
i-iuiiuvii uiui 1111 inui- .1.111 t.uuut.'u ..
1 II. ....... ,!., .. -,.,,.1,1
ernble ctr.a effort as well as fuel was
expended In tile fire rooms of both tho
WllhPlnilnn und the Slerr.i
Following Is n eop of Hip ni"ssa?e Hall Hire From Kauri,
received h) cnb'cgram )csttidn) af- TI10 l' amer W (i. Hill was nn nr.
tcrnonn hy Cnstlr & Cookn nf thtu ilxnl from Knnal jmrtn this moiniim
city local agents for tho Matron Naxl- bringing a Tow cabin nnd deck passcn
gallon Compan), from the Matnn San B"s and a alilpmcnt or Id sirks cr-coa-Francisco
headquarters "Wllliclmlni " and 2S packages siindriLs. Purs
nrrlxcd Tuesda) nt 2 30 .1 111 R S rr Lognn h ports light varl iblo xvlnds
Sierra airlxcd coven minutes .ihend " Jnd binooth bens on the lionicxxnnl
Korea, To Sail Saturday rrornlng. ' " ,,
.The Pacific Mall liner Korea will H" Shlppinrj,
iindinihtcdlf sail for S 111 Francisco oil ' "er KIMIng who xxaH In rhargo
orahouttcno'c!oc'conSiturda mom- r "10 "c0 ln ",0 Milul her trip
nn- nrrn,. tin.- t. i tin- nrcsent p.nleul.i ,0 ""wnll und Mnul'porls leiioits tho
from through wlrclbrs last cxenliu
npd It' U "predicted"! Kit tho steamer.
wjll bp off the pW nlxiut Frldn noon
Tho xclfHI Is hrlngMR I.T5I) tons of
Orlmtil freUhtand supplies. Virion
,u- ., rt-i ' V .i -77ir:
bkctMW merrh .n.llo? 1330..uhs s.ke
6:fruti Atitl.Ha clgira. nnditcnsivo """ WEncu 10 ajivi oum
shlpmehts of cjgarcitos, beans, wliie,!1""1
cniinld.s nit .im! maltlni: Thero Is I
nnlv 11 fnlr liooklng of pasbcngeis for.?chooner Expantjon at Kahulul
Hllonlan Goes Tonight.
Tho Hlloulm n .Mnlton jJalt;.illon
steamer taking on sugar ut tho RaM-
xx jy wharf is sclieduled to sail for
Kahulul this conlug tboro to
charco several hundred tons of gon-
, ,ifa , Tll0 ,Ionla-n ,nM, rclllln
to Honolulu on Friday and Is to ile
part for S,m FrnnrlEco on S.Uiirilny
evening 'I ho hour for balling Im
bpen lxe for six o'clock.
Twelvs Thoutand Cases, or Pineapples
Twelxo thousand cases of tinned
pineapples lift the port b) the Matson Iliinn.jMrs W A Penilra, T. II. Kelly,
Navigation rrclfchtor Hyales, tho fruit M. Afnng. MIsb A Cummlngs, T, Mill
hcliu destined for San Francisco nn 1 , Ion. A J. Spltrcr M. Kunagal.
Pwiet Sound nortB. Tho llyades will' Pol ntmr W. O. Hall, from Kauai
call at the ports of K ihulul.' Kaanaiiall
nnd Port Allen boforo lenvjng the Isl-
nnds for thn innlnlniid. Tho xebscl
4a nlun i-ittinrlhir mi nn nssortfd camo
ai ".":.".::: . -.... 1 1
111 me sovcroi pons oi cui.
Enterprise at Hllo.
Tho Matson Btenmcr Kntorprlso has
arrived nt llllo and Is taking on a
gpncrnl shipment or Island products
Tlio xesscl win soon loaxo ior hpi
first call at Jlahiilionu there to tako
.m nnnrii- iwn inm.iip.i ion of Biicar
on noariy nvo niiniiicu iooh oi misur
.1 ,1 I .... -J n.n..!nu Tl.rt
uusuue., ..., . ',"'""-
steamer Is srhcdulcd to sail ror San
,, , , , .,, ,,
Frnnclsrn on Delober 21st.
I v f n
Virginian Sajltjd for Seattle.
Advices received nt tljo local ngonr)
or tlio American Iljwalltin lino stnto
thnt thp steamship Virginian has sail-
cd fiom Hllo with destination as Sent-
lio anu i-ugy; 00111,11 P"rL ... ,-
set (s erolng fl shjpmeut 'of pluo
' .- . l t .
npples and some sugar to io.ast ports
Porter to Drinff Oil, '!
TIiq Amerlcari oil tanker W. B Por-
l h.vs sailed troni Gaylota wth a full
rhliiincnt or fuel oil fCr tho Hawaiian
iBhinds, Tho vessel cloanuUUio Call-, Pec rtmr, Mauna Kea, fpr Hllo,
hirnln oil poit on Monday 'nnd will via way poits, Ot. 8. Mrs, H.
probably call at Kaanapall us well us. Warren, If. A. HiitchlUEon. H. K.
nt Honolulu. 'Aklna, Mrs, Hiitcliinson, Mrs Al.ina,
Dlx ror SounH
Tho .United S'ntcs army transport
Dix now at tho port ilbelinrglng coil
iswiii.xu.il win iiu soiuiuiuu iur
l . , ...il. l. .1.....-1 i U..
..... ... ..... . ...- .--I
"" i" " ?V"" J'""?. "'.'..
tlllV 1 Ilf tl'MiLM IH IVJII1T lib 111U 11I1VUI
Makura Has Rejched the Sound.
Advices leselvfd at the port an
nouueo the arrival of tho Canadian
Australian Unci Mnkurn. nt Vaucnii
ver. Tho uscl balled from Honolulu
-"1 .. .... .i.u a.i...llT.- VflMUlllllU .. Allot f r P II PrlfP Tf
Ins been tcmporailly laid ofT the ruii''1' ,"':. ,ln,VrP1 -,
to llnwall snd Maul ports Pendlns '. a a 0 f .n iv.S.i.m,
ro.no minor rop-ilrs. Tho Clamllno ' " s, , ."l ""'
yJIl anil for ho Island por's on Frl-
dnx. and tho stcapier Maul which nr-
nng uiuiy irom me iinnnii-iMaiu run
brliiglngfi number of passengers nn-lif'", ' '' ""' ", 0,",u', ...,""
a eirgo Including 34 cord, wood. 13 "T't? li t M ui "n
nnk. r ...i. ,.in.n. en -.. ' A- ow, Mr. Fniguc, Miss Grna,
....v..0 ..., .u ..n ,..,. ..v,.,, 1,-,
li,,n,.. 9! l,i.n. I'll l.n.lh,r.. .....l.l.
Tho Maul inct-wlth Alio we-ilbcr on
the homeward trip.
"clionnors Ilorealls and W. II. Maistnn
v American Hawaiian str-amoi
a.niJ .' ,0 Amor can Hawaiian s rainei
Virginian 111 11110 on lasi Mon.iay.
an Drought Lumber.
, "" "''"" i ooner UKanogin
J '" ' ' , '1 H"",, .X
ihs iiasaauo from lort TounBcnl.
,1111'. 's'cl . ,'ro,'K,lr ',"-ow '". ,"f
Thn American schooner UXpanslon
was dlFch.irglng nt Kahulul nnd tho
Lchooncr Hnnolpu had Just airlxcd nt
liana on last Tucsdn) when tho Btcam
cr """ sa ir iioiioiuiu
tllb-.Cal",e Supply Ship Enrouto.
J-cwInB Mldw.i) Islaml on last Mon
tUy tho li'tle cable suppl) Bphoonor
Flaurcnco Wa.d Is no wciirouto to Ho-
Per stmr Mnui fnun llnwall nnd
Maul iorls, Oct 10 Mrs Wm Ollxoi,
IL" S Hoi
Hosmer, M Twil, J. M. Lyd-J
galo.'Mis W A. Anderson, Mrs.
Ifr's, Oct. 19. T. M. King. Lou Lnm,
Aiigusi .xiuiier, is. It. weed, rub. 1:,
' ' "1
Per s'nir, M,lkahuln, ror Maul und
MolokaL October 18 Mrs. A." F. Judd.
two clilljlrcu nnd nurse. Mrs. Good-
hue, Mrs. Wodiliqusc nnd J, W. Mc
i r.,,- ,, M R s .,, .. innall
", , ,, "k '.A 'qm i. Z. n
' iiougKongv utu. ! .
A,niirinir psmi Mun-t iir. Wm.
' "" - "1 .
Rov W. V, Hlgglns, Mrs. Hlgglii
... ," ,,. ,,,,.
,ii x. King, Chas, . Cohen.
Per stnir. Mauna Loa, fqr Konn
and Knu poits, Oct. 18,' Mrs. ScIiub.
lor, Mrs. W. Aruonian, Miss Beard,
Mrs, R. Woods, T. C, White, MrB.
Whlto, W. Hurth, C. J. Kreeftfrutt,
jifs if, jf. Yntos, L. Cliong.
,,cr stnlri K1aIi ror Kn,nl art
Qct ,SiMrtl Ant()l0 A Uo,,n30n,
wii n. uin. itiiiuiiu 4. tvuiiniouii.
f WMiow ,, N w,t0Xi a w.
't. Dtcilng, Mrs Deorng. Y. M
-"", u uuiw, . a. jiui.uui,
' '- HJorth. Mrs HJortli, (j. A. Wll-
B0 '. T T Mnrtln.
Major Willis, R. Quarles, Miss N
Moffltt MrB Wlddlfleld. Mrs. W. 0.!.,,ara n,", Ohodcrn
Oi-c fi Khificni Mrs Kineani ii l'l
a n,,..,,,,, ,rL n..in a w.i.
, MgB , Adnms, Mrs. H. A
-", .." iuv; ..'
norndt. Miss T. K.uso. M Campbell,
-- . .. .
, . wn","B,V,J' "ttlm"s'1",)esc will commemorate tho day Im
Chnlmers, Jns Ogg, Mrs, W Klttel,
uo.pii ,-vuss iieiqn nea. airs.
Kiuhnllioo, Rex F Smith, ltv. ('
K Hlonr, P W Bluett, A Mason. II
A Kluegel, Mrs. Kluygel.l. Martin,
J F. McCrosson, V. M. aifTard, Mrs.
Tuesday, Oct. IS.
Hongkong via Japan iiorls Asia, P,
M. S S, 4 p. m.
Knunl imrts Klnau, stmr., 5 p m
MniH, Moloknl'nnd Lanal iiorts Ml-
kahnla stint., " p. m.
I Port Allen nnd Pugct Soiiqd Hy-
adc3, M N. S S, ji m.
Puget Soiind S. C. Allch, Am. bk ,
I TRAN8PORT SERVICE.
Iluford nt San Krnnclsco.
Dlx, In port.
Logan, from Mnnlla for Hon Oct. '15
Shorldan, at San Francisco, Oct, 14.
Shorman from Hon. for Mnnljn, Oct.
-f --f-f-f-f----f -f -
J.I. Jntnlc, Mrs. It T. rorrcst, A.
O. Stoddard, D. B. Butchart. M. M.
Graham, S. H. Lucas, MIbS Chalmers
(2), Mrs Cusblno and two children.
Per Etmr. W. CI Hall, for Kauai
)iort8, Oct, 20.-W. F. S-inborn, It
pmlth, Dr. Scxton.'llcv. J. Mn)dgate,
J". Ga,,0. Thomas'
Per stmr. Claiidlue, ror llawnll and
Maul ports. O't. 21 Mrs Clcmctit,
Mrs G. Robe, II. C. Cre'smnn, 11. W.
Nov. 2. Dr. nnd Mrs. Hoffmann, Mrs.
II. S Pnrmclce, Mrs, B. Hughes, Mrs.
R. Is. Foster, Mr and Mrs. Chn.v
,. n . j, , ,., Klrld Mls
I.XirS. U. A. Small, MISS 1-1CIU, JU1H,
Moffltt, Mrs Fnrstornne, Mrs. Mill
Un, Mrs. James W. W, Browster nnd
child, Mrs. Klrkland, Mrs Davis,
Lt llf 1). Robinson, Mrs. J Klrkland,
Mrs S N. BrooliB, Mr. und Mrs H
Malls nro due from tho following
points ns follows;
Sim Francisco Per Mexican, Oct, 21
Yokohama Per, Korea, Oct. 21.
Australia Per Zcalaudln, Nov. 8.
Victoria Per Makura, Nov. 11.
Malls will depart for tho following
poluts as follows:
San Francisco Per Korea, Oct. 21,
Yokohama Per Mongolia, Oct, 31, '
Vancouver Per Zoalnndln, Nox 8,
S) dnc) Per Makura. Nov. 11.
That thn local Japanese Intend to
ilcrtnln tho"r-paxal dofendcrs who
1110 due to urrlvo on Ills Imperial Jap
.nneso MnJesty's training squadron 01
tho sccoijd a) t)( next month, Is tho
general sentiment of Oiobo who xvcro
present nt tho mooting, held In tho
Jnpnncsa Coiisulnto General )cstcrday
It xvns decided at that meeting,
which was presided over by Y. Akul.
manager or tho Yokohama Specie
Bank to chnrtor u special train lo
thko tho cudotH or tho cruisers Asanu
ond Knsagl to Wnhlawa, on November
C. Upon nrrlxal there, tho )0Utig cad
ets will bo Bhown tho pineapple fac
tory which Is b?lug managed hy lbs
From thcro tho guests will ho taken
lo tho Halelwa Hotel, where a lun
cheon will ho In order.
The Bailors or tho two cruisers will
llkowlso rtcelxo tho attention of tho
Honolulu Jn panose, xvho nro making
picpnrnttou rqh 'their cntcitiUnmcnt.
While hero they xvll ho tho guests ot
tho Honolulu Japancso.
Iiiorder Jo tjna.bio them to boo Uio
beautiful points In Honolulu, thp sail
ors will bo taken around to sco th?
famous Pall of Nuuanu, tho Aquarium
nt Wnlklkl. (ha Bishop Museum, tho
' ", . V . , ? "'-ni, no
beautiful garden of Moaualiia and n
few other ptneos, xvhlch aro usually
visited hy tho mallhlnls, who call at
Admiral Yashlro, commander in chief
or thn training bqiindion will lio lbs
special guest or Consul General uycin.
lio. too, will bo Bhown places or In
terests. Refdro tho ineotlng ndjonrncd )es
terday Mr, Aknl was unanimously ap
pointed chairman of tho entertainment
committee, 'Ilo will cxcrclso tho du
ties of his ofllce. In conjunction with
Consul General U)0nA' tlio offlclul
repicsentntlvo o film Mikado horo.
Thp otlttJr inembors nf tho entertain'
meat' aommlltce. who will render n'i.
Isistnncflto Mr. Akul nro Yonekuni,
Kawasaki, Suglmoto, Ito, (JCaxva, Moto
shlgo, Tntrakuwn, Motokawa, Katsu
iiuma. Ito, Okumiira, Kusiinokl, Shoh.a,
Knwduiura, Tnsaka, Mltamura, Knxvu-
' rrmlnmt among those present ycs.1
'orday nt tho meeting was Consul Gen
1 ctal U)e.io.
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tin November 3, tho hlrtlulu) of tho
hhi'iiiiviiv IH"-li. IIIU IIUTiailvllUHII'i
fltttng stylo. Tliero will be uthlotlo.munlt) will probabl) suspend business
sports bold during the dny, nud tboTho stoics will bo cIohciI nnd Iho plnn
local .InpancHO nud the crews of thn liillnii JnpanrHii will roiiio Inlo town
crulsors will strugglo for lirlzfo Anlaito Join hands wllb tho pallors In rein
Park will probably bo used. brutlug the birthday of-thoir beloved
Should tho committee bo fort mutt o ICmporor, Mu'tsuhlto
Falls From Cliffs' flf Honomu
Into Sea and Dis
appears . ,
(Hpvditl II 11 II clln Correspondence ) '
IIH.O, Ott. H.-'-Thcrc was conslil-
erahlo excitement nmong thp Koreans-
nt Honomu last week, owing to tho
noitcrlous disappearance of one of
their number on Sunday, October 8.
This mhn had gone xvlth thrco Jap
nncse on a picnic to the cliffs h) the
tea. One of the Japanese left carl).
and the Korean nnd the two remain
lug Japanese cnjoied themselves by
drinking n bottle ot xvinc each.
After n xxhllo tho two Japancsu
went down to the wnter'sicdgc to
gnthcr opllils, leaxlng tho Jtorcan nt
tno ioji ot mo cnn. xvnen mcy ro
turned, about nn hour Inter, he had
illtnppearcd. The Jnpancso searched
for him a xvhlle. then they 'conclud
ed thnt ho must have gone home, but
on their return to tho camp they
found thnt ho was not there, and
(lie) and n number of othcis return
ed to the cliff, xvhoro n romprehen
five renrch xvas conducted without
The Koreans began to suspect that
Ihelr fellow countr) man had mcL
wlth foul play at ;the hnnds of his
Japaticsc companions nnd iuH a, con
sequence they becntna much excited
when, last Friday, a Haxvallau wo
m.iii. rejiorted 4tBat slio had found
blood 011 a. Hat lock by tho, edgo of
the sea about a nillo nnd a half from
J ho placa where the party had been.
Deputy Shcrlrr Fetter xvas notified,
nnd ho mndo an Investigation last
Saturday. Ho found no blood on the
10 k, and though tho woman stuck
to' her story, sa)lng thnt the waves
bnd washed tho blood axvny, Fetter
Toes not bcllflxq this possible. Ho
sa)s fill t her that tho JapancBO tell
n straight story, and that all tho
other dctulls or tho affair tuako him
bloloxo thnt tho Korean fol) off the
rocks through accident.
A chlpmcnt of combustibles placed
bn board tho Ma8on Navigation
chnrtercd steamor - Ncxudan before
that vessel Bulled from San., Fran
cisco nnd met with nil nccldent
Which initded her to return to thnt"
port, will be llrought to Honolulu by
the American-Hawaiian" freighter
Mlfsourlan, which Is due to arrive
horo on pr about November 0.
Cnstlo . Cooe, tho ngenta for tho
Matson lino, ro,clvcd a, cahlo from
Sun Francisco this morning xyhlch
Eorvcs to set nt rest any fears that
the Honolulu freight In tho Novnilaii
had BUffored (lanugo h)v water
through tho loss of tlio. stoamcr's pro
poller and tho puncturo enured by
tho tall shaft.
Tho cable positively Btatcs thut tho
freight suffered nn dnuiago nnd thnt
n speed) transfer-of tho cargo would
bo mado at San Francisco to the
Ameilcnli'llnwallan steamer, which
will then proceed to Sound ports nud
Tho Novndan wns bound for Se
attle, when her port propeller was
carried nway, presumably owing to
heavy seas The tall shaft punc
tured tho hull, causing Borne eight
een feet of wnter to rind Its way Into
tho ship, seriously threatening tho
eufety ot tho ofllcors, croxv nud tho
The Novndan put back and ntler
tier cargo Is removed will go Into"
dp:k tor repairs
J. Mort Oat, local manager ot tho
San Francisco Merchants' Kxchange,
rqcqlxcd thd- followhig cablegram
from his San Fiantlsco headquarters
nt 5 o'clock Hist oxenlng: ."Ncvndan
cnrrlod axxny port propollor. Tall
shaft punctured the vessel. Ktght
eep feet of water In tho hold. Jet
tlroned fifty tons enrgo. Will dock
Castle & Cooke, local ngenta for
tho Matson Navigation Company, job.
tordav nfternoon received this cnblo
froni tielr Headquarters In Sin Fran
cisco: "Novadan lost tall shaft.
Punctured hull. Bnfo In port."
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biiMneis pfllre. Theie nro Hip Irle
phone numbers of the. 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 u.
jjjr"For Rent" cards on sale' t
'thir Bulletin office.
euoukll to get (he park, which Is like
ly then the sports commlttoa will nr-
range for fencing and xvorstllng match-
os betxxecn tho naval defenders nud
tho local Japanese. It Is the intention
o( tlio rommlttca also to huvo rnces,
4iid oriental sports which aro annually
ousoivod in Japan,
'' Tho ontlro Japancso buslnoss com-