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Masonic . Temple
MONDAY f.CZ . r.
WEDNMDAYf . J'
llonnlnlit Chapter Regular
5 p. m.
All vliltlng members ot tns
Order are cordlnllylnvlttd to
ttnd meeting! of locallodgea
Meet nn the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
iilDiuc cuoiutcBcf Members of
KKFICIAL AWIATIQIt SttomS
"KAitMONl'LODOE. No. 3, 1. D.0. F,
Meets every Monday evening at
V;bO in"!. O. O. F.,MalI, Fort Slieet,
AV E. R. HENDRY. Secretary".
5 H. E. McCOY, Nobl'e'Orand.
'All visiting brothers very cordially
0HU IQDQE, Ko. 1, K. of P.
, M-eb? atery flr'sl and third Frl
lUy evening lit, 7:'30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort Mid Beretanla. Visiting
brt.tbers cortitally Invited to attend,
, VMj JONES, C. C.s
O. F. tiElNE. K. It. S.
HAWAKAN IHTBEjNo. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
, Meats every first and third Thurs--dsys
of each raopth at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brotuers cor
dlsJly Jnvljed to attend.
, A. I.. EAKIN. Bacnem.
E. V. TODD, C. ot n.
B0N0LUIU AERIE, KO, F. 0. E,
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY vciifngs ot eachl month at
7:30 o'clock Ig g. Wjp.lUH, corner
ueretania ana ton streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
,, W, .IWULCT,. W. -P.
WM. 'C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 610. B. P. f). E,
i1 febnolulu Lodge No. 016. D. P. O,
Kks, meets In their hall,,jm King
Street, near Fort, every Frfday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Jnvlted to attend.
JAS. D. DOUOHERTY, E It.
GEO. T. KLUEOEL, Bee.
JffM, McmHIEY 'lODQE, NO. 8,
.&. ot r.
Ml Him "nil nnil'4th Katurdav
arguing at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort arid'Beretanla. Visit
ing, brothers cordially Invited to at
ttnH.' H. A. TAYLOn. C. O.
G. A. JAGOBSOM,'K..R. B. ,
T i ' I '
Coyne. , ,
Complete Office Fixtures
for immediate delivery. Addreu P.
0. Box 807, Honolulu.
Ohain 'Now at the
n.NJ ON BARBER SHOT
" NEW' BARBER A competent man
hai juot arrived from'the Coat.
V. VEERRA Proprietor
P1 ' I.I
j hlllllk. (lOOkfl of, llll liOllB, lpdgetH.
ptc, manufactured by tho llulletir
Iotef-Uland and O R 4 L iiltlpplnt;
hooks for sale at the II i 1 1 1 1 n
office, 00c oncli.
J il . L -
Have It Done the
Of course jou lnit joupsIkpm rc
paired j on know jou iimiiiII) can gel
n good dtitl n f iidillltoiiiil Mrttfc from
thorn nflrr Uic lirt nlr N iiurn nut.
Hut Iiuit do jnn lime it dotlill II
the ordluiirj rolililcrs' mrllmd.'
If yon do, jour itxprrlrurr Iiiih tin.
douMcdl) ulionn jou lion iiiiMittof.tr
tory tliN mrllioil l. lou iiiohI llkclj
get Infrrlvr miilorl.iU n ml rliiiusj
nnrkiiiiinhlp. Ill Miles Hits, (lie iismil
mrthod of "(.ipplng" (hut Is plcilue
tlio sole iiiMhii In tl'o 'hank kIics
the shoe u drrlilcdl uiiKlglill)- look.
Then, ngalit, tlic mills soiiicIIIiim
ucd hy the (olililcr caiic no little
discomfort to the foot. The) urn drlt
rn clear lliniugh lu the limldi! of the
slmc mid nrc cllnclird on the Inner
So, vfhen the coliliW IhiiiiIh jou
your shoes lliej look like llie'plioto
IicIoh, don't they?
TIIK (ilIII.llV WAV OF .HALF.
SOI,K ItKPAIIIIMl. j,
TJIK "ltK(IAI,AVAl OF JIKI'Allt:
l.xi uoi:s. -
OTr.tHkp (he "Hrifiil-H'njj.lir.
uic nork j-i uuue ij exjiert siiorlmlk
crs, using Just lire sumo method liy
uhlrh Hie first vle erc attached lit
the lli'gnl f.u'torli's .The. old, Aionf.
.. -E.. . ..- .'
out sole mid lieel urn reinoeil. A nriv
sole Of ueliulite OAKHIAItK TAM
lentlier Is ncnrd mi.. Hear lis mind
Unit (Ills-sole Is cotiinUto It extends
from tne to heel, and It Is HHHIil) on,
not nnllrd. A ncn heel, liullt of nliole
lilts of tills Kiiinn inieiiiiiilrd Ntnek. Is
iiltnrhed. All edi;e nre ciirefull) lie.
(kil mid llulsliiil, Juit ns they nrn'lit
the Ilcgal fnelorles.
IHi on inn eel Tour shoes li.uk (hev
arc Just us romroii.ilile mid priirtlnil
ij us Mjimi mm srriirciinm ns lvlien
)u Hrst lioiiKlit them. And It does
not oil a tot, cither no more tlimi
all) llrsf.rl.iss rolililer Mould charge.
The next time )ou mint )our shoes
li'imlred lirlui; them to this store. Tell
our i,;iliiMiiiili oii Mmit tlieiii repaired
tllC "lltLMl Wilt." 'I hen tmi'll irrl n
Joh Unit looks Jast like the plioto-4,-ruph
lit the Ion of this p.ige.
KINO AND DKTHUL.
1 ' 'I I
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, M per hour. Lewis Stables. .
Ilelhrl St. Hack Sl.uul, riiniic 1I.V..
Try a case of l'lncctnr. It Is pure
There will lie .1 meeting of thJ
laud bo.ird this attcriioun.
It goes without saying (hat every
thing Is Best at Thn Hncore.
U. It. Hath Is reported nSireVoycr'
In-; from a lather long and kciIqus 11U
A. R. Jtpwat, T) V. S. has rctiirncil
from Hawaii und resumed practice
Prltiee Kuhlo, now on Knitnl, Is
cvpectcd to i etui it to Honolulu uu
Miss .lennlo Trask. or Kllnuci, Kau
ai. leacs this cirnlng for her homo
on tho V 0 Itnll.
Tho regular wekl) meeting of tho
Promotion Contmllteo will be held
at 3.3D this afternoon
For distilled walcr, Hlro's Root
deer and nil other popular drinks
Ring up Phone 217i Conolldnted
Soda Works. ,
The directors of '.the Waluliu Ag
ricultural Coinpan) paid a visit to
the plnntntlcn jrnierday fur the pin-
poso of Inspection,
Word Ims been received from tf
JI Uniidti ftatlrg that he Is at pres
ent In London He oxpp ts to ro
"'t'Vt'" JIa"n" ") December
-FEW TO LISTEN
Democrats Have Disappoint
ing Andiqncc at Fifth's
I ess than a hundred and llfly peo
ple. cxrliisWe of passejs by, nttciided
n widely itdscrtlscd Democratic Itioot
Ing held Inst night at I.lllha inul School
slrctls. Including women, children
and Orientals, the iitlendnnro was
about J.10. However, this did not keep
tho Democratic campaign apcakcrs
rroiu t-preadliig pi utilises llilc,k nnJ
fast. A fenVUio was the tinging lit Ha
MlUur Kern, in mlilressllii! thn Kinnlt
nudlcnc.0, nskrd them onp and all, to
pto for rem acaln on tho election
day I In also spoke for tho rest of
tho Democratic ojiidlddleS, He pnld
(fiat (lii RppiihUcun pally had nlwnjrt
wnrked Tor tho benent of u few peo
pie who control tho mnncjed liltercsta
In the Inlands. (
Ho emphasized tho statement tint
If they wanted to have their counlrj.
Horded Willi tho Russians and.lTuro
pcan lpiii)lgrauts, to cto for Repub
licans. But, If en tho oilier hand, they
opined the Importation of umtoslr-
ulilo lmhilgrHnt8, then ho said, Mito
for tho Demccrats.
Sheriff Jnrrctt and Deputy Rose
each, made long speeches. They sail
that they hnvo dono their duties tho
best, they know bow and again asked
tho'nii8 to give them another trial
In the offlco. They were "jiolololil" by
I)ald Kiiplnc-i. who Is runnliig for
tho House, V W. Thner, raiiilldatu
for County Attorney, and u few other
Demccrnta Impressed upon tho nilndi
of tlulr hearers that they stood ready
to work for the gcncrul good ot the
rcminiinlty, If they were elected on
tho slh diy of November.
Iieslto Pctrle thu supervlsorl il 'call
rtlUatp, tit god li'lsaudlcnce, kancs, wa
litnos, lielklK and tho old people, to
help elect the Dohior,ratlc ticket.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entcicd,or Record Oct. 19, 1010.
From 10:30 a. m. .to 4 p, in.
Rjatiuel M Uuacia lo Kuual
Ritllway Co' ....
Gilbert J Waller lo Maria Scott,. Rel
Marin K ScOtt abd list) to Pio
neer Iltdir & Loan Socv of II. . M
Joseph. Kale tolleiiry,f3 iidmlci-
Inliit '.:.... 1)
T kpgaito to Oliin Siifjar Co Ltd.,.0 M
Kim Itotig Kl to Olaa Sugar Co
Ltd .". CM
Ilawn Dredging Co Ltd .to
Chpilea Sllya rt nl Rol
Von Ilninm-Young C(i Ltd to S
Albert T Vrouin and wf to Trent
Trust Co Ltd D
John L, Vrooni et all to Trout
' Trust Co Ltd ;..... D
William .II Vrouin to Tiont
Trust Co Ltd D
Amy Vrooni to Ticnt Trust Co
Ltd , U
Oahu Rnllwii) K. Land Qo to ,
John S Mttlrqw ,.,.. D
K Youczawa to Y MnUumato ct
nl V CM
Entered for. Record Oct. 20, 1010.
From 0 i. m. to 10:30 a, m.
.Mary it uuucnii anil uuu to n
Wnlcrhotiso Tr Co Ltd, tr. . . .
Jlrti Hllzabotli K Booth to
Kwong Ylck Yin Co .,!..... L
Knplolau) i:st Ltd to J II Athar
ton I'M Ltd 1)
Hst of J Campbell by trs to Ka
piol-uil FJst Ltd ,...;... Par Rel
Four robbers blow open tho nute of
the W II. Altkcu & Co IiiinK ,at Dent
le, .Mleli., Inst week und t'Hcaieil
with ?900 dish.
HONOLULU, T II., THUR8DAY, OCT. .20, 19l0. .
Our New Phone
City" Transfer Co.
COAST-BOUND LINERS WILL .. ,
CARRY BUT FEW PASSENGERS
LAUNCH HAWAII NOW IN ASIATIC WATERS A CREDIT TO
HER HOME SANTA RITA BRINGS OIL FOR ISLAND
PORTS KOREA SHOULD REACH QUARANTINE TO
mere is no tory groat iieminu ior
transHntntlcn from Honolulu to tho
nirfliilnnd there dan nnd It la prcsnni
that tho ffw Inanities Mil tuHsngo by
outgoing liners can bo hid to what
Is now termed "the oft scahpu"
The Pacific Mail steamship Korea
fiom Hongkong ami .lupin 'itn Is
arilvlng hero on Ptlday and accord-
Ing to wireless Information that vps-
scl ctn writ accommodate ono liiimlroil
adillllonal iassent;ers. There is onlvi
a comparatlM' few legltlmalo bookings
rQCottleil nt the ahlpiilng omco of H.I
Hnckfeld and Company. There Is tv-
cr lntlIcatloiith.it the Korea will get
away rnr Sau I kiiicIkco 011 Sitiirday
niiirnlng with ample room Mr all ap
plicants. Tho Mntson Navigation s'oimcr III
Ionian is Mheduled to aall Mr tho
California poit on Saturday cNcnlug
nnu wnne tins cssel can satcly care
ter oor forty cabin passengers itMs.hukona ""', ,Sl'" 1'ianelseo Is crodilediliuiiohi with n grating sound Tbo eh
undcrslood that tho Hllonlan will envy" "' Ainnican liaikonilno S O. WII -
ry loss tbun a dozen traxelrs lo tliu
The Oceanic Stcanisblii Slcrrn has,ut W' Clpldea Oalo was reported late
become an exceedingly popular b"i'
with tbo Honolulu tiacllpg public but
that vchscI Is prcdlrtqd will rail fur
San Francisco on November 2nd car-'
i)iug coustiicrauiy less I nun ono hun
dred piKseng' rs. -This Is n light list
when If Isf" taken Into consideration
that the Slorra can accommodate two
nuuiiieu nnil'tw()iit) no people in tlio
Chief Officer G'ts, Captaincy.
Chief Officer Rlen of the Pacific Mnll
cd that thq fcwjlnqiilrlca for passago lib
liner .Slnncblirla and well known to n
host or hhlpplug and commercial peo
li'o of Honolulu Is snd wltl nut bu
fQiind on board that vessel when sbo
artlvcji hero on or, about November
2filb returning .from a trip to Oriental
Chlef Officer Rico Is repotted ns
having been pppnlntcd Captain of tho
Chlnli-Manlla steamer Zaflro. , This
vessel Is ou of several that caver a
tcgnlni weekly service between I long
1:011; and Manila.
Tlio tfnflio mid her sister ship Ibo
Rubl wcro only rrcently tmtiKforrotl
fium tho British lo tho Amorlcnn fin,;
iud rogtrjry and this mivo ciuspd the
reslna.tloiis of n number of British
officers and Ecamcn. Rico is a well
known navigator and has b cu held In
high rcganl by those with whom lie
cotncjs In qonlnct.
Launch Hawaii a Credit (0 Her Name.
When O. A. S'oven, formerly of Ho
nolulu mid representing tho ll.lwiillan
Sugar Planters' Assoclutlun In the
Phjllliplno Islands In tho wmh of re
cruiting labor for tbo cane fields made
tho purchase, of a fino launch nt Hong
kong some weeks ago. he Is credited
with having nlado ,n wIsq selection.
The vcbscl was named Hnvvnll 11 nil Is
a trim tea going launch und In every
way n cretlll to tho name that sho
The Hawaii Is to bo used for earn
ing laborers recrullcd fortho Hawaii
nn sugar plantations, fitnn other Phi
lippine ports to Ccbu whoio they
board Ills ntenmers Mr Hongkong. Its
length Is 10S feet, beam 18 feet C
Inches, and depth 10 feet. SIiq Is
commanded 4iy Captain Hills and bolli
her chief odlcer and chief engineer
nrn Americans. Bho carries u crow
Dlx May Sail Tonight.
During tho stuy of thn United Kta'es
army transport Dlx at Honolulu thirty
thrco hundred tons of coal have been
discharged nhd milled to tlio supply or
fuel belonging to the United Statoj
quartet mnstor's ilnpartmcnt. Tlio Dlx
Is expectod will bo ready for sou this
evening. The trahspoit is destined
for Seattlo und rrom thoro will pio
ceed lo Ban Finnclsco Ihoro tb gather
up tbo Iioim'- f"i tho Firth Cavalry.
Tho Dlx Is to make 11 spnclal' (tip lo
Hip Islands. Tho vessel should mrlvo
hero on hor next trip nlong about Iho
nildtllo uf December.
Captain Kelly Was Cclng Some.
Caplnlu Kelly, mnstrr or tho Auierl
1:111 birl. Amlinvr Wohh Ins liceu pu
tlrliiuMiu; In couip lively niaeiueut 1
timing tl(e past flvo weeks Tho crackjor snya that ai thu time tho steamer
wlndjimmei hid been l.ihi up at Oak- was making but six knots mi hour
land Creek for a number of months, becuuso of the fog
Number Will Be
(Jas., H. Lote)
,ON) PAGE EIGHT.
jiio nrsi pallor September tho Welch ' points ns follows:
was sent down to Hoinlutii with a'ssn Francisco Per Mexican, Oct. 21
lonslgtitileftt or general cargo. Thu .Yokohama Per Korea, Oct. 21.
bark remained at Honolulu Just two Australia Per Zflatandla, Nov. 8.
weeks during which time i-ho illscharg (Victoria Per Makura, Nov. II.
ed her frtlght and look on n rulr load. Malls will depart for tho followlnj
of augur. Thcxesscl sailed for San' points ns follows:
Prajiclrcn on October Ctb and a cablo San Francisco Per Korea, Oct. 21.
from tho coast received today an-Yokohama Per Mongolia. Oct. 31.
nonnces Ihb arihnl or tbo Welch mnk- Vancouver Per Zealandla. Nov. 8.
lug her return pnssngo In firtccn days. 'Sydiic) Per Makura, Nov. 11,
,. I.y' ' n .i 4
Twenty-three for the Irmgsrd.i , II TRANSPORT 8ERVICE.
Tho American barkcntlnu Irmgant'jr; 7Ta i- 1
nmdo tho patsupo from Hllb to Ro I,,, , " , I'rnnc"!C0-
Iondo In twenty three das according
to 11 raulo that has Iren lect-lved heio.
nuii'iunclng tlio nlnl of ih wltul
Jammor at the California port on Inst
Fourteen Day Passage.
A fmntcen day passigo between Ma
, uur- "" esrei saucu irom tlio JIn-
wan ioit on ociunpr cm. Hor arrival
o,-., mi. r.1 , 1 m.
-,,. .,,. miiiiiuiiiu uu,
.01 cuiisigni',1 10 me innns of tlio
uniut wn wm piny nas airive.t ny 1110
Ai.ter enn iniiaer bnni-i Hltiv This '),, from Glasgow. She recently ur
vessel Is expected will sail for an Isl- rhm, from ionBkonBl uflcr dlscharg
nnd irt (omprrow where tbo remain-. ne a'M.-itl of Cumberland ro.it whleh
der cf the bblpmciit will bo left.
Nllhau Carried M.-'ul Freight.
Freight for several portB ulong Maul
lull last evening In the Inter Inland
ltfeainer Nllhau. Tlio v cast I was dis
patched at flvp o'clock ami Is expect
ed to return .to Honolulu by tho first
Of the coming week.
Lumber Dttchargcd Ready for Sea.
Tho schooner Phlllpplno Is ready for
sea, the cargo of lumber froni Fort
Bragg having been discharged. Tho
vessel wl probably sail Mr Pugcti
Sound ports this afternoon or tomor-.
T :a for Southern California
A shipment of hard wood railway
lies has left Hllo by tho American
Khooner W II Mms'.nn, Tho vessel
Vailed from Iho Hawaii port csler
day. Steam Schooner Tallac Gc:t Ashore.
Tho steel steam schooner Tallac,
bound from Kvcrctt, Washington, tq
Snn Pedro, with a cargo of lumber,
was reported as nshoro off 1,'olnt
Reyes on Oct. Utb, having grounded
during tho night In 11 dense fog. Word
was recelvod nt noon tbo following
day that tio steamer had been float
ed and, being undamaged, was con
tinuing her vopago to San Pedro.
According to tiro report from tho
weather bureau at Point Roycs tho
Tallac struck two miles north of that
ulare. Tho tire.nvln,r erw ,. tlu "in oeiweoii nan j-rancisco ami
tbo assistance, of Mm vnel. imt ihnir
aid was evidently not required as the
btearaer got on" at noon under hor dwn
stem and piocccded down tbo
Tho Unitral States icvenno cutler
MtCullnch and tho Red Stack tug Sen
Fox went out to nsslst tho steamer
when. It was reported that bIio had
Steamer Damara Was In.' Bad Way.
Tho British tramp stenmshlpf Da
mara, outward bound from San Fran
cisco for Great Britain with a full
shipment of barley, which vessol
groundod oh tho locks wltliln several
hiindtutl feot of Fort Point on Oct.
9th, was pronounced In a bud way by
thn latest mall advices Irom tho
It was on tho turn oftho tldo to
ward ebb wbon tbo vessel fetruc.lt, and
efforts tnude to pull hof off by tug
powor proved futllo and had to give
way to tho processor lightering' tho
cargo In hopes or getting tho vessol
afoat ,nt tbo next high tldtj.
Tbo Damara left Port Costa shortly
aUor upon In chargo of Pilot James
Miller, ono ot tho oldest mid most
experienced pilots In the harbor scr
Vice. At 2 o'clock, with her prow
pointed Hrnward sho eiuountuied tho
heavy fog bunk that extended from
Jou I'uiut to l.lmo Point Plot Mill
Thursday, Oct 20.
Pmt San I.uls Santa Rita,
stmr., n. m.
Wedneiay, Oct 1.
Kalmliil-Hllonlnn, M. N. 8. 8., p m
Per stmr. W O. Hull, for Kauai
norls. Oct. 20. V. Fj 8anborn, II,
'Smith, Dr Sexton, 1(6 J. Majdgate,
P. (lay, O. Thomns.
Per stmr. Clatidlnc, rof Hawaii and
Mini ports, OU. 21. Mrs. Clement,
Ms (. Robe, it. C, Cressman, II. W.
M. Mist. Mrs. C. II. Price, M. P.
domes, Mrs. Rodrlgties. '
Per 8. 8. Sierra for Ann Francisco,
Nov. 2. Dr. and Mrs. Hoffmann, Mrs.
11. 8. Pnrmelcc, Mrs II. Hughes, Mrs.
It. I Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Cbns.
S'te.wart, Fred C. Smith, I). K Wlth
Ing'ton, C. A. Wood, T K. Martin, Mrs.
It. A. Dow, Mr. Frague, Miss Gras,
Mrs. R. A. Small, Miss Field, Miss
.MofTItt, Mrs. Farsterane, Mrs. Mul
len, Mrs. Jnmes W. W. Brewster and
child, Mrs. Klrklnnd, Mrs. Davis,
Lt. II. B. Robinson, Mrs. J. .Klrklnnd,
Mrs. 8. N. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. K,
I Mnlls aro due from tho following
,,,',, ,'"' ,'
Logan, from Manlln for Hon, Oct. IS.
8herldan, at 8,111 Francisco, Oct. 11.
Sherman from Hon. for Manila, Oct
:::::::: n n :: :: :: s: :: :::::: xt
Suddenly there canto a shock and
tho big freighter slid up on n I'ocky
Knes wore Imlnedlntcly roorscd, but
tho Dainara remained hard and fast,
The Dmnara's voyage will bo inter
mitted for somo dnvs liv tho mlsfor-
tno Si. ..111 i,0 uroucht to dock.
hnf fl.iftinoa Itiatioeloil ntnl rpntilrml
Sv" " " "-
re oaded nnd resurveved. Tho cost
of n wm )0 1CHVy.
T(l0 Unmarn Is.a new steamer hall-
sho bad taken aboard at Baltimore,
She was chartered by Balfour, Guth
rie & Co., and has on board 7200 tons
of barley for Grimsby, I'nglnnd. Her
cargo Is valued at $250,000. Tito
steamer Is vulued at $180,000. Both
cargo and vessel nro Insured.
Dig Turblners Are Coming.
Tho crnt'k stcatnora Yale ami Har
vard ot tbo Metropolitan Steamship
Lino have been purchased by Puclllc
coast Interests and will within a few
months ho running between San Fran
cisco nnd Los Angeles.
I Tho two vessels were to tall froni
New York October 10th, making tho
trip by way ot tho Straits of'Mngel
lan. Tho trip will take from forty tc
sixty days, according to the weather,
Tho two big turblners wero recently
converted from coal to oil burners,
but in view ot tho fact that It will bo
Impossible to get 11 fresh supply of
oil at South American ports six ot tho
bollors of each vessel will bo recon
verted to coal burners, the first por
tion of the vbyngo being mndo with
tho oil tlicl and the remainder with
.coal. At San Frnnclsco tho vcsscla
will ugnln bo equipped ns oil burners,
They have n steaming radius 6t flvo
thousand mlles. Tho long voyage
of tho two vessels vvlll bo watched
with considerable Interest, ns they
will be tlio first turblners to go
It Is expected that they will nlako
,xa Angeles In sqventcen or eighteen
Tho vessels wcro built ut n cost of
.J,7r,0,000 each. Tho purchase, prlco
could not bo learned, but it vva's un
doubtedly a substantial udvanco over
this figure, as It Is learned that tho
Pacific coast concern has been negotl-atlng-ror
them for somo tlmo nnd It Is
announced that iho Metropolitan lino
lutends to build two new vessels to
tako their places.
DAN REN EAR '
MAY REMAIN HERE
Dan Rcnear Is coming home.' That
Is almost as good news as Informa
tion that a big party of tourists Is
expected to arrive and Btuy 11, )car.
JJr, Reueni, Dan's fathor, received 11
cable fiom tlfo rhumplon In uquutlc
sports to the effect that ho wouUl'bo
along title way on thojioxt Wllhol
111 1 nu
or iiiionian, nnu no wilt lie
welcomed, ns Dan Is well known nnd
well liked throughouniie Islunds.
ii win uu rumciuuereu inni 11 vviis.
nearly six jcars ago biul Dan' low
ered tho vvorld'B record tol- bne uifu
tired jards through tho water at an,
exhibition given here on the water-
111,111 i.mcr UP Illl'lilPtl llllt Wlirill s:
flinmpluu swimmer, Daniels, Mr thn
honors, but was bealou by so small
n margin that It did not detract from
bis icrortl. ' ,
At the present time Dan holds the
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MS TO FIGHT
Big Peter Hosca and' Chris
Holt .Battle It Out M
Peter Hosca, the well-known po
lice offlccr, who keops hUbcat lit
perfect order, was mixed up In a freo
iicht l.mt nlcbt. It appears thai
Chris Holt and Ilosca's broiher be
came Involved In nn argument about
politics and, cvcntunlly, tbo talk got
,fo hot that n fight started up. Po
lice Officer Hosca then took a hand
nnd tried to separato Iho two Bcrap-
pers. Holt nt once turned his nt
tcntlon to the policeman nnd wal
loped him one on the Jaw.
Peter stood for a few of the blows
nnd then waded In nnd knocked Holt
out. The latter then went to tho
police station nad reported tho mat
ter of the "assault."
Shcrllt Jnrrctt Is looking Into tbo
matter and ho will deal out Justne
ss regards Hosca and Holt. Tho
big, good-natured Peter lnpt wor
ding much, but ho tunfc'd In bin
badge pending thij decision of the
In view of the fait tbat'thero may
possibly be some contested elections
after tho coming struggle on tho
eighth of next month, tho following
may bo of Interest ' to'Avh'om It may
(oiacrti: N '
IN Till: SUPUKMn COURT OF THK
TIJIllliTOItY OF HAWAII.
Special Rulo of Supremo Court in
Cases or Contested Elections.
Petitions by miy candidate dlrcct
1) Interested or by thirty voters of
nny election district, betting forth
cause why the decision of any board
ot Inspectors oj olectlon should be
revetted, ujrrcStcd or cbduged, shall
bo verified or supported by the af
fidavit of romu, person, or perrons
having poiBon.il toiovvlctlgo of tho
factB claimed to be gjouud for re
versing, corro ting or changing tho
liv the court:
(Signed) .1. A. THOMPSON, 1
Clcfl:, Supremo Court. I
Dated October ID, 1010.
ASIANS MAY UNITE TO
THROW'OFF WHITE YOKE
People 6f Afghanistan, Persia
and India Are Becoming
More Frjendly. ,
BOMBAY, October 8. From' secret
sympathy, tho Indians and tbo Per-
shins nro developing 11 dotlnlto co
operation, under tho Icadorshlp of
prominent Fnrsccs and Persian no
tables. It Is a movement Hint Is lull
or International possibilities for tho
Even In London tho Persian Minis
ter, Mlrzn Mchdi Khan, nnd a well
known Parsce, NasarvanJI M. Coopor,
aro openly supporting tho movement,
thoug'n in the most modost form ot en
couraging rich Indians to found
schools and hospitals In Persia. Al
ready thero are many Indian traders.
In Persia nnd their relations with tho
Persians who call them ZorouBtrluns
arc quite cordial.
From now on Parsce merchants ot
Bombny will be encouraged lo visit
Persia regularly, under tbo auspices
Of tho Persian Government, for For
slnn udvjscrs nro anxious to secure
money tor International development
from nations In sympathy with Asian
Ideals, and lacking the power ot tho
aggressive .European nations. They
see In Indian rupoeB an cscapo from
Russian and British Ibnns, overshad
owed by Cossacks and khnkl-clad
Intllan sedltlonlsts nro watching de
velopments in tho hope or uniting
Persia, Afghanistan nnd India-In ono
big movement for tho freeing of West
ern Asln from 'white domination.
ntpr-Jsl,and nnd O. II. & U Bhlpplng
books for sale ut tho Bulletin
office. oDc each.
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wbrld's record lor diving, and was
rccond In the contest fur shot-putting.
Since leaving the Inlands he has
been In the Kant soma I line, taking
a tdurso in osteopathy, and hnd
Btarted (11 on a lourso In medicine,
but tbo fallnro or his o)cs caused 11
dropping or that study.
Of Into .Dan has been In Nevada,
at ono tlnio holding, tbo olllce of
deputy pherltr and quarantine oiricer
at Goldfleld. Since tho flist of Sep
tember he hub been In tho employ
or tie We s Pnr.ro liv,,,,, r,..
part,), uctliig' as fcpcclul guard to
(urge shipments or gold rrom tho
mines to San 1'rancln-o.
According to Dan's father, who
called ul tho Bulletin onl'o this
moinlnir. Dan lx ll'iibln i rm.ii i
the islands, althuugh nothing can be
B.1I1I rnr mirn
All vvl.n mo fu.iul of vvntcr spurts
are clad to hear that Dan Is nn bis
way homo nnd hope ho will stay
bpi, Us he Is a loader In all sports
of that nnture.
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