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EVENING- BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1!.. FRIDAY, OCT. 21, 1(110.
WEDNESDAYr H,li .1
Honolulu Chapter Regular
FRIDAY: ' . . .
All visiting member! ot to
Order are cordially Invited to
mend meeting of locai'iodge
2nd and. 4th
at' K. P. Hall
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HARMONY I0DQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7-.Z0 In I. O. O, F. Hall, Fort street,
... E. n. HENDRY, Socretary.
WF"' .11., B.,McCQY. Noble Qrand.
All visiting brother very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of ?.
Meet every Erei and third Fri
U&y evening at 7.30 In K. ot P. Hall
turner Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
Vrotuer'cord ally Invited to attend.
O, F. HEINE, K. R. 8.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE.-No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Sleet every first and third Thurs
day of each Adnth at KnlghU.of
Pythias Hall. ijlBltlng"brothera cor-
"lHdUy,' invited 'to attend.'
, " "A. L. E.AKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TODP. C, ot R.
( HONOLULU AEEIE, 140, F. 0. E.
I " M.ntii on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening of each month at
- -:S0 0,'clpck In K.-of p. Hall, oprner,
-Jleretanja ana J-orj. o.
vi," Visiting Eagle are invited to at
tend, &. . JTtT" ui W. .R. RILEY. 5V. tf.
. WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LPJQE. 61B. B.. 0. E
Vfnnnllllu'todW No. CI 6, D. T. O.
Klks.' meet in their hall, on King
Biml? "par Fort., every Friday ove
nlLg.' VleitlPS Brothers are corcjtally
ncllB.l tn attend.
,?' JAS. P". DbUQHERTY, E. R.
:UtU, 1. auuw"i T
'wKMciONLEY LODQE, NO. B,
ii K- ot P'
Meet every 2nd and tth Saturday
ve'bl'ug at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
iiaU. cor." 'Fort and Deretanla. ylslt
ing rothe'rii cordially Invited to at-
'"""'h. A. TAYLOR, C. 0.
I. , . TApnnsoN K. R. S.
P..- fi"c;n ."'
Fpfiiitp Cp, ,
UphohUredj. .Eemodeled and
The Right Way
Hjui jin'ir.ix" J'M?! ii' JI"
fe&.- .,.- -ki
." ComDlete Office Fixtures
; iA(Mtrt'. 9it t.ivvm
'Tor immediate delivery, Address P,
fO, vox XU7, iionoiuiu,
Lunatics Being Gathered In
And F.ward.cd to In-
Several rates of -Insanity arc tail
ing up tlio time of Dr. Kmorson mid
the shorlff tit present, ami no lots
mnn yiree men nro now hl'mi ."
police ' Htattou 'for Investigation.
Three dlffeient nationalities are
represented, and jlusislnii. Japanese
and' Hawaiian Interpreters nro re
quired. The Japanese pitlont was cnugni
by the tilg)it watchman at the pine
apple cannery at Iwlel. The man
was notl.cd piow)lng around the
place, and was heard Blngtng. On
lielng nccosted by the watciiman,
Wtfie Japanese said ho wanted a Job
In the cannery became he could
sing. Dr. Kir.ertcii wll ilnd n nice
Job for the subject of the Mikado,
and It will be "with Dr. Peterson nt
The crazy Russian la In a differ
ent class. He Is no singer, hut
(hlnkn that he M a .Marathon run
ner. He goes to extremes, how
ever, as ifgards athletic garments,
and has been lit the habit of train
ing around 'Thomas Square garbed
y iinfiirn lilted him out when he
came Into this, world. Host Peter
son will tee to It that the Ski gets
all the running he wants at the
nsvjuni In future.
The third Individual was Jitit an
ordlnarv bnttv. native, who hail
brought oil nil attack through too
much dago red. The Hawaiian Is
weak-minded, and a course of treat
ment nt his temporary home on Asy
lum road will fit him out for a fresh
tryout ngalnst alleged grape Juice.
New Warehouse1 Started;
Work will be slatted nt onco on
n double warohotMi In the rear of
tho iti-pwer Kstati-'B proporty on
Fort and Hotel stiects', plans for
which were announced some tlinn
ago. H number of old ahVks In
the vncunt lots 'back of tho Arling
ton non(lng-hoiii. Itvnroii-Smltli
drug store and tlio stores In tho
same block nro now being torn
Tho improvements win uo nin-'t
through, and plans have already
been completed by J. H. Craig for
the' warehouse, which will hnvo
about 15,000, square feet of lloor
space. Renxon Smith and Henry
May & Qo. will occupy the ware
Tho III ewer Katnte management
this morning abandoned plans that
Jiavo been otitemplatcd for some
lime to erect a' modern buslne&J
block on' tho corner of Fort nnd
Hotel streets. This would have nc
xocltnlnil tearlnc down the hillld-
)hg now oecuple'd by the ''drug-store
and several other snops, inn iiuur
atscusslon tho"idea was abandoned.
J. j, Onlt of tho Hawaiian TP'ft
ComnanV. ncents' of the estate, said
this morning Hint no newMmllillnga.
other than'tlte Svafehoiise, are how
Tho warehouse will bo two-story
vlth basomentV.nmf wl have a. si)h-
J'nrrnnDnn pnttnnCn fiom Mav &
IV '. I . j . .
CtKi A special sewer ymi,ni y
vcrvo thy (i';jjre piriperty hap been
Throe Iruo bills were returned )f
tho Tcrrlloilal (hand Jury at four
o'clock yesterday afternoon and plac
ed on tho secret illc In tho criminal
court, warrants being Issued for 'tho
persons wanted returnable, tomorrow
morning before Judgo Cooper at nlnb
Of tho three persons Indicted two
liavo two counts each against them,
Tio exact nut nro of the chnrgCH made
have not been mailo public hut li Is
undDihloijd J hat they aio ull minor
Democratic niotlngs for tonight aro
scheduled for Jvulllilwuena in t)io flith
district und Pnuoa In tlio fourth. Meet
ings last night were at Punchbowl
und nt KalTnt camp. Many candidate
and Hpeakorn appeared at bolli plnc?H.
Dlank book"'ofaTI soris'ledgeis
? etc, nianufar'nreij by .tho II u 1 1 e it I r
I)uhjUii!tig CO'niiany. ..'"
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, 14 per hour, Lewis Stables!
llelhcl St. Hack Stand, 'lionf 1152.
Try a case df Plnectar. It Is purtf.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is llest at The Uncord.
The Royal Dancing ' Academy will
give Hie regular dance In tho Odd
Fellows' Hall tonight.
For distilled water. Hire's Root
Rcer tint 'nil other poim'pr drinks,
tttiig uV'rh6ii8'2171. Cbrisotldated
Soda Works. ,
Mrs. Nettle U Hco'tt, of llolualoaj
has tiled a petition for n writ of mart-
damns aitalnst the Territorial Hoard of
Kducntlon '"for ' brfcak'lng what sh
claims wns p cotitlnuoin contract with
her n principal of Holualo.1 School.
ltcvlslon of tho constitution nnd tho
amendments of the rules nnd rcsula-
tlous of hc foclety will' b the most
imiQnnn mailer n ne consiuurcu iiiia
nfteriUKin at tho meeting of the Y. W
0. A.. v;h)ch lakes place at Tr.M
o'clock The meeting will b held In
the (Joston hulbjlug, wioro the so
ciety has I'h own offices.
Tho Kona Tobacco Company, nt Ko
alakekua. Imtvestud over n million
jioiinds of the "flllli) weed" laf Near',
between Jun nnd Soptcujoi- nnd an
other lO.oOO pounds will "o taken off
the Kioiind In October. It has demon
strated that Hie Sumatra loaf Is well
adapted Yo pftjia soil and cllmnto. Tlio
company -Is liupoitlng l.nftO bale mats
fi'i'.lHlSli(SlprP null will lnrtal n hy
draulic press Kobul.i Mldcc,!.
Conflicting Reports From Cuba
Cause Change In Local
The stock market today presents
(in 'interesting phenomenon. Sales
ycstcidny afternoon and early 'tills
morning, between sessions, showed a
bullish market, with such securities
as Kwn ad Oahu advanrlng hVi'tKe
ably. Later tbeio was a 'change,
apd the salcsrepoited oh tho'boiiVd
show n reverfcal of form und ii'tcn.
dency downward. ' '
Ewn between sessions f.old at 30,
Oahu at 2!), nnd Wulalua. at 111
eceded to 'iSflCO, Oahlr brd'iiRh't'ft'honr'n'dcm'and for '(ncreas-
Walalua got Mown' to! ed 'wliatfngo nt Sin Frnlir'lifeo. 'in
' v loWYer Id facllltalo (lie handling of car-
looay cwa rcfueu
to 28, and
The reversal of form Is probably!
due to the conflicting repor
rts as to
tho, situation in Cuba. Early news
was to;thq'elTect,tii'it the Vecont t6r
undo had laid waits man"' canejlelds
and. the, loss to .'(ho ciop was great.
Tlili sent'the' local market dli.Theii
caino news that the ruins liaii' really
i . '. . -...-, . i.i i'tim ncnnnin Aie.nmniiin coninanv ami.
Alexander & .Ualdwln, which' wni,!Hnn; tho board caod for lia bids,
publUhed in tho Ilullbt'lii yes-1 hmillcntlons for illnlllar facilities havo.
terday, had tho
ho effect of piittlng a een teeeive.i irom iumii, i-v.-i,- ,ir
no of the local traders' ,a '!i'" regular Akslgnment on
us of no sugar coh.lnfjja wharf not yet proyldod-wlth mnr
,v, . ,.!,.. " I tract. Tho contriict was awarded to
damper on tome
who had vlslo
out of Cuba next spring,
Kwa Is an mtlvo stock today,
nioro than 200 shares changing
hands In small blocks. ' Oahu allow
ed sonic activity, atid Walalua Was
dealt In. considerably. Pioneer nt 'a.
few points nbovo 200 wna, glvqli
JNTO HARD USAGE
D.qmocrats .Cljper Arfi.gmcnts
Thai .Bear Signs of
"Ono of tho ii.ipirn said yestordny
that I Imitated Diynn dud changod
ono of his sayings to kij) Ilin eimijl
llons'ln'jlnwullj' yelled '.tho photo' en
larging' politician ii noon tlmo' tiiilaV
Such a'rguintiitH anil h'ot nlr ple'aabil
n hunch of democrats, who assembled
HI' ii.B f "incr fof "'rtclhcl and King
street ln"'!, Thp "peakor made a
great p'lefulibiit'wii;ps. i forgot to
ni'-Otlon that If fret) trmlp ll'Ml su.ay,
thero wT'UM bo no wagus tt n,
Ncljher wonia inc man wnu mown mi
. . . a . .. ... . .' ,.
Il'nni WO uimm v,f ;..i ... ,n.., '
utile Tn iniiko n good living nut of
i&ijilB ii. re)' cJiinot ulford jilt
orn'aio ciiarKiic ppd frames Jo
rr,p speaker liepanm nunoyvd wei(
ono of ti'ie V-9W'I ))(lcn"l I'1'11 ''' ,'l'
(iynninllcis J1P i,'flW ")' 'he ) A"'
gcles Tljucs. SIUI ho raiuvu ", I"
Ing nothing Hint was "'", .-
nearlv an hour. At tlio nnisn ' - -
speaker rnii for three fiii-erij for;W)o
pen'kor cnh for thr'e fiii-erij for,Jijo Tho t,a'im,ra iPft i.ort Co.itn bhortly , Making tho passago,,ljetiyn Pearl
)eniocrale party, and,,a Uow iWW (Ur I100I1 ln charge of Pilot James Hn;lor and Port Townscnd In nltio
ftlcoS ''Q 'lienril f(m some .of .tho jii,.,- - m the oldest nhd must 'ecu dnys tho American rchooner Da
mtorrlued. , t, " . Ipxperlenped iltsrfn I1'? hflHior nor- vld Kvans has nrrlvfd nf Pi!iot rloimd,
Democrat e parlyt and,.n in
",,, -- " .
. l-..-.-".. rniriiJ'S... ...;n,.h ,.,, mX. I,
$H"MN HP" .',1
It Is suggested that eczema Biiffur
nrt; nbk 'Honolulu lints Co. of 'this city
wlia't rc'iin'ris they aro getting from
ttie patients who huvo used (lie oil of
wlntergieen IfiJUld ' co;i1)iound, f). ji.
D. Prescription.' '
Tlio fellow with 'nn empty head may
well ijiioto that old saw "Ihore' :l
plenty of" rooiii n't (he top." Rome
Our New t'hone
City .Transfer Co.
PACIFIC MAIL KOREA WB BE
" s GIVEN A PROMPT DISPATCH
LINER TO SAIL FOR COAST AT TEN TOMORROW HIL0
NIAN BACK FROM KAHULUI FORTY-FIVE THOU
SAND 'CASES OF PINEAPPLES FOR' THE MAINLAND.
The Pn Hie Mall liner Kolea,
from Matilln by the' way of Hong
kong and pie Japanese poi-tsi of cull,
Is expected to come alongside the
Alnkcn yluirf about (('clock this
The work of discharging thl;teeii
hundred and lllty tons ot Oriental
mo'rchii'ndrhu' mill su'ppllys .w'ljj bo
r'u'vlied In'bider that'thu Korea may
Tie' Vepnlt'lcd', to get nvVny forttau
Fraiicjijjo Miy 10 o'clicji' tomorrow
" Anion's the patsongoig expected to
pas's' through llopcuilu nnd pay a
brief Vlslt'-lierc li 'llrlgadje'r-fleneral
Ramsey' D. l'otts. wlio, as command,
er of the 'Dejiartini'iit of Luzon In
the Philippines Is proceeding to the
maliilifiid. ' 'lie will be retired from
the ttfrv'lce, upon iirrlvnl.
Pulled States Consul Reat, with
station "on th" IslAml of Formosa,
Is also liellevt'il' to bo traveling to
tho mainland by tho Korea.
At tlio' agency of 11. IJackfeld &
Co. about 'fifty 'prospective pjisscn-
gers have .enrolled lueir
among1 them being Cn!otlcl
llawes', if. ' H, Traphagen,
Karnes and A. 1J. Dondern.
Oceanic Business Demands.
Tbn bustnbss now'beliiK done hv
'ihh bcc'aTilc'"SteaVnshlii ' Company hai
go between ship and rfill tlio Han
I'Tnncisco naroor commission uas it
a contract fiir tho' Widening of Filbert
street 'wharf anil the construction on
tbii additional lenclli (if- n railroad
trick 'which' wl( coimect wftii tho
licit" ralii-o'a'd. Tills was done to nc-
rimmbdale tho lncrf.islng bdslness of
llydc. .llbrjes & 'Co. mid the work
wll cost $10,877.
Drifted Three Tnyusand Miles a Year
It Is riorUd rrijin KyjUiey. o-g-,"
tli'at 'n passouger i'r'avcllhg In'.Jlio In
dian Ocoan'on "tho O'rmah niall jioal
boat Soydllts threw over boarii a, hot;
tlo containing a lunch card In Int.
7.-I0 B., ojig. 92.11 p. This was oti
AjirJI 2), lfltm. Ajtnrhed to tho e;ard
vvns the' following notes "Wednesday.
April '21, loop. Dear lady or gentle-
long, 92.11 i:. This was ori
iian. whoever may linn wis message Kcrea wll Tako-Gcneral Cargo,
enoloeed In Hin Wi tlo. Kindly for, A cnns.,.lm,nt of pineapple, ban
ward samo to the Premier of (ho Com- nnn!, cKri Ill)(, nni,rlPS wm 1l0 ,,.
nionwrj'iltli or Australia, nun ""
Mneeicl'y, W. J.MlorJust." On April
B, of pearly a year nflr. lio hottlo
was roniid ny Mr, r. Train, m .iniiii-i0l, ,,.,
i)l, P nilli-s ijnclli of Momhassa. Ill" ai!0licy
prlnp(lift lrt of llfltlsji Kil Africa. ;BaV(, ,
tho libltlo had drlficii nliucisi 'InolasH. mil
was found by Mr. "F. Traill, of Mnlln -
west 3,000 miles.'
Steamer Damara Wat In Bad Way.
' Tho llrltlsh 'tramp steamship Da
niara, outward bound front Sun Fran- credited" with having covered tio ills,
ciscrj fpr Orea.t ll'ritiiln with a. full tones between Illlo n.i l-ort Onmhlo.
al.liwnunl (if htirlpv. Ullllcll VCSSOl 111 tWlMllr llnvn Tli.t v.taa.,1 Hnllnil
- t.,i'.-,.. i'i r.-i:--i -T"ir -
Bro,in,lH,i ,i iip )(icli wtlin spvprnl
grouiuiMd fin jn Mfn" ini" nji.i..,,.
hundred feet lf Flirt i'll"t Hll-9ot'
Otl",' Wus iironoiiiccd n tl "1H1 H'h7 )lf
the latest mull advices from D'P
It Wi8 on the turn of tlm tide tu
lfan ibi whim tlio vossnl struek, nnd
Btriirlrt I'llHile -0 Hill- 'rr (Iff UV il'H
ji'dwer iiruvnU flltlln liml had. tn gvi
iway to tho process of lightering tho
, car(,0 in ,npes of gelling wo vossei
nnoat nt tho next high tldo.
Tll0 Da'miirn'ieft Port Co.itn bhorlly
i r-"l'-1 .-- i-i-or- in "r --ii;-"-- --
I -. A, ..'.l,ilr -ullli Ill'F lit-iiu
rVrnk hit BX.ohdod from
liyy iiiR vf'-r. i"- " --i :r
i'ntt Point tn Lima Pn nt. Pilot Mill-
I on '"l' w' I''
!,r nays Hint lit IHP time wo si.mi.ior
..'...:. .......-,.. i.ni l knots nn hour
WUB HIUfVlltH HHI IW n---- " l'i
Iinnilise of the fog,
"Kiuidniilv theru rame a shock nnd
tbo'big trelglilflr Hllil !' '"
bottom wth n'grutlng sound. Tlm on
gli'ies' wer'p l'muiadlnely rovorsed, but
tlio Diimurn remained hard nud fust,
The Diimnra'ii'Jvbyago will be Inter-
mpied for wuliiB j'lnyn' by tim mlsfor-
Number Will He
(Jarf. 11. Love)
ON PAGE EIGHT.
tune. Blio will be brought to dock,
tier dumnges Inspected und repaired,
reloaded and resurvcycil. Tlio cosf
of nil wlU bo heavy. , "' "
jlie pamurit Is a new stcamcrhall
Ing froiii Glasgow. Sho recently' ar
rived from Hongkong, after discharg
ing u load of Cumberland conl.ifhlelu
hIio tiad taken aboard at llaltlmoro.
3IKJ U3 UllllllUfllU u iinuuiir, Vllllll-
iu & Co., and has on board' 7200 Ions
of baroy fordrtmsby, l-'ngland. .Jlor
cargo Is valued lit $250,obO. Tho
steamer Is valued nt $180,000. Iloth
carpi nnd vessel aro Insured.
Subaqueous Coal experiments.
It Is announced that tho Navy Do-
partmfnt wll nhftrtly bojju oxperl
incuts with subaqueous coal storage
nt 'cw London, Conn., wllh n view
In nKrortiillimir ir cnil aforn.I iimlni-
water dpfbrlorates lesa rapidly than!
when exposed to the dlr. If this proves nn'' hnu iiorts, O't. 2?. Mrs. hyl
(o jio the -chso; as shrfW by tho re- vester, .Miss Heard,
suits of the test, that Rys'cm may Per S. S. Slerrn for San Francisco,
liq'ddopteif, nt fimio' of the lniiortniit Nov. 2, Dr. and Mrs. Hoffmann, .Mrs,
roaUng-' slhtlons' In 'tlio Pacific nndH- 8- Purineloo, Mrs. II. Hughes, Mrs.
tlstiw hero' Micro" 'many thousand ofiR. U Foster, Mr. and MrS. Chas.
tons of coal hnvo to be kept ln stor- Stewnrt, Fred C, Smith, I). I )Vlth-.
ngo the yenr round, necessarily In-
vnlvlng moro or loss loss lh,rntiKh do -
tonoration. uoni iriule joijrnai.
Wireless In Australia.
Tlio Commonwealth Oovornment ha.i
iecfded to adopt (ho rncoinmehnntlons
of tho Confercnro h?Td In Mtlbourno
last year of representalycs df. tlio Ad
tnlrnlty, the Commouwo.ilth, View 7.ea
land ami' Fiji, for (he Hnklng up of
the Urltlrth Islands In tic ijaelflc by
w'lielcFs t'elocra'iiby. Tlio schonio
vldrs Tor tho establ,fih'ilient of hlglN
power statlhns at' Hy'itnoy. 'Doubtless!
Hay (New Zealand), Suva' nnd Ocean!
Island, and medium-power stations' In!
the Now Hebrides lin! Solomon Isl-J
niKiK, ah ill? sinuous aro io no con
liclled by tlio flovernnient.
la Pineapple Shipment,
Forty-flvo tliniMani) cases of pin"-'
npples ilcjttlnri'l.for 8an Francisco will
bo Included In tho shipment of Ha
waiian pioducts Ilia) nro lo carried
to tlio mainland' by 'tho Matson Navi
gation stoamor ljllnpiin. T(io vrsso)
will ho ilfsi'iatclird, f('- tho coast p.irl
nt t-lx o'clock nccordjug to the pro3outi
calcu'lallons f;f lior'ngonts. Tlio lllio -
letiiriiod fro'iu Iviibulnl ttik mnrti
fug ntor having discharged" n shlii-
,nflt of j,i.nfand ' inorclmndlso and
lujjc,, a oohiilpiinipiit of siig.ir. Tho
)iiouir.n wlii vn fnmi iliitson wharf.
p,., tlm Pacific Mall steamor Koronljll II
.IlclllllPll , ,(1)nrt fl)(. ,n) ra,lcs:! ,11111
(rjrow mowilna. A wlrelo.w roeolv-1 Li.'ii
I0l, frnm , VM(,0, hj,,,, ji,n ioai
of I. liackfelil and Company
tha position of tho steamer 'as
5H. nillos of? tho port nt eight o'clock
Twenty Cay Trip from Hllo.
The Amorlcnn schooner Cnmann la
j -j-ii-" "- ',U"-t "M. IV'I
nitMi in" iiiiwiiu iuit no niinuiiiiMCi
, S'ii''1 n'lor'hnvjng, ii(ppiarud a ship-
ment ' of lunibjir,
i fa -
frnni ho Hawaii port on Hntni'ithir
aanta Rita Off for Kahu lul
The AmorUian, nil tnnW Sanln Rta
saloi for Kajiiijiil th'la morning thorn
1 'Hspjiarga ihp rotjialnijnr (if 'n ih.n-
ment pj fpl ol iioiiit down from
,""" X.an w ".e cot.
, Making ll.o passQgo,,ljetiyf n Pearl
F'" f Clvd. Ba.k far Oil.
'niearriva. of ,,'' A.i.e.lcai, ship:
i.-..n f ni...i.. , ,....i,.t.. i.. ..
.""" "' "'"" "l ""' '' '" '."-'
1,., tlm Inonl tn-nnrli nf Ilin Mnrplinntn
Rufo.-I t San Francisco.'
Dlx, In irt,
Logan, from Manila for Hon. Oc. 15.
Bheildan, at San Francisco. Oct, 14.
Sherman frfVn'Hou. for Mttnllii, Oct.
Friday, Oct. 21.
Kahuliil Hllonlan, M. N. 8. S., a. fii.
Thursday, Oct. 20.
Beanie Dlx, U. S. A. T.) 3:30 p. m.
Friday, Oct. 21,
I'uget Sound I'hlllpplne; Am. schr.,
rcr simr. w. u. nan, lor Kauai
ports, Oct! 20. V7 F.'Sntibornr R.
Smith, (). Sexton, Rev. J. Mayrgatc,
F, Oh)', O. Thomas.
I Vet Btmr. Clattdlne ror Hawaii and
Maul ports, 0"f. 21. Mrs, Clemont,
Mis. (I. Rolio. II. C. OresBinnn, 11, W.
Jl. Mist, .Mrs. C. II. Price, M. V.
(ionics, Mrs. Rodrlgues.
Per atnir. Klnau, for Kntial ports,
Oct. 26. O, P. Wilcox. Rev. L.
Kroll, Mrs. W. F. Hall, V.Bchll
Per strm. Clnudlne, for Hawaii
and MiVHI port. Oct. 21. Mrs. A.
E. Mnynnrd, Mrs. Clement, Mrs.. F.
Rase, Mrs. O. Itohe, II. Coke, K.
Miirphy,' MUs A. Knleikoa, II. C.
Cressman, 'F. V. King, Mrs. C. II.
i'lerce, M. P. Clomcz, ;.' M. Flnck,
Mrs. "Rodriguez, '.Mrs. W. A. Ander
son. I.. W. Lenhnrt, J." F. Shnw,vS.
Per M. N. S, S, Hllonlan for San
Kranclpro,. Oct. 22 Mr. ahd-Mrs. Cou
lor, M. Miller, Mrand'ilrs. Lamll's.
Per P. M. S. S.' KArea, for San
Fran Isco, Oct. 22. Mis J. N. Ir
win, Col. A. O. Hawc3, ,MIh., draco
Moorchead, MIfs Alice Roth, A. J.
Rolfing, Mrs. Molbrmikc, A. R.
Traphngoji, Miss -Petcrsoh, Mrs.. J.
.llunter Harrison, Miss II.' Mnyberrjv
Jas. II. lllood, Rayiner Sharp, F. 1.
Mcllenry, Miss L. Wilson! Mrs. P.
II. .McLean, Mlrs E. llnrrlmnn, A.
W. Humes, Mr. nnd Mrs. I), lionlg,
C. A, Wood. Chas, D. Wood, Mrs.
C. Mullen, A. A. Mace, Mrs. Maco,
Sir. nnd Mrs. "p. Olds, A.' II. Don
dero, Dr. 11. W. Cq, S. M. .Stack,
Myron Ollmore, II. McKIm, N, Ha
dor. B. A. Cnnnell. ,
Per etmr. Mauna Iin, for Kona
Ingtoii. U. A. wood, 'l. I-,, wiirtin. wrs.
!P - A. Dow, Mr. Fragile, Miss Gras,
Mrs. It. A. Small, Miss Fjeld, Miss
Moltltt, Mrs. FurBternnc, -Mrs. Mul
len, Mrs". James V. W, Urewster and
child, vMrs. Klrklnnd, Mrs. Davis,
I.t. II. II. Robinson, Mrs. JvKirk)and,
Mrs. S. N. Ilrook's, Mr. nnd Mrs. 10.
ihTi -' '
Malls arc due from the following
nro-lnolntK as follows:
San Francisco Per Molran, Oct 2 1.
Yokohama Per Korea. Oct. 21.
Australia Pej- Zealandla, Nov', 8.
Victoria Por Mftk'ura, rfov, i.
Malls will depart for tho followtn;
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Korea, Oct. 21.
Yokohama Per Mongolia, Oct. 31.
Vancouver Per Kcalandla, Nov. 8.
Sydney rcr' Mnkii'ra, Nov. 11,
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Thursday, October 2.
PORT ClAMtlLE Arrived Oct. 19:
Schr. Caiiiann, from Illlo, Sept. 29.
HAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct.19;
till. Alidrhw Welch, tinncn Oct. H.
.pour TOWNSUND Arrjvod Oct. 19:
Sclir. David Kvans, rrom rearl Har
bor. Sept. CO.'
flAVIOTA Arrived Oct. 20: ShlpFalli
of Clyde, henro Oct. 2.
Hir.O 8iilo() Oct. 19: Schr. W. ,
Marsthil, for Itedondn.
1)1 IftlPUDniif I I flT.C
Men Engaged On Work to
Bnrvey of Punchbowl and establish.
-';"-' - . ""-- " i ..uninu- i-ivh mj itiiunbv 111 iiio uiiegeii v
'" ,,f KrndPS of ho streets 1b pro.- Urlbeiy of legislators, had not been '
glossing rapidly, dve men of the Do-sei-ved with subpoenas to testify lw -,
iia'rlmeut of Public Works start bong;nip tho coiniplttco., Tliey.wero want
In tho field nml olhei on tho niap.cd as wltnesse In support of tho
work In the oftlro. charges, ot bribery and corruption In
Tlio leimo on tlio land which It Is iiio Lurlmer election. Attorney Alfred
proposed to throw oiien to tlio' Porlu- Austrian told tlio cnmnilttoo that bo
gufso was mado In ifi82 for thirty eldea thoso thrro leglslntorfl. all tin
years and oxplres In 1912, being heti der Indlctniont on chur'ges growing out
from tho government by the Knplolanl jnr tho qtlegod occiirrencc-s In tho leg
"estate 'and a part of tho Aiiwalollmu Intahirc, ho oi(pccted to linvo hiiW
loaso which coinprldifa 400 ncroa of pociuied. Relifesontatlves JucoU
and. .rpv ji and Ooorgo W. Kngilsh undilt.
Only nhniit 100 norca nro enntnlne.1 "recall Repiesi'iilnllVes ' vVhitn ami
In the land which Is to ho surveyed . Hcckmeyer: Mrsi Chailen "K Lulu.
for tho, Portugucso, ho whoo 'tract
continuing noafj'y to Diamond Hpajl.
: - :.,..." :
ii is inu pian ni wo govcrnmcni io
glvo every Iniliiccment to tlm portu-
. . .. . ' .. .'
giieso who. hnvo- been Jvng on thU.sliitoinetits of Representiitlvo Luko ro
land to own their own land nnd hotpot-., jlntlvo to his voto for Senator Lorltner
ami tnf ,ih end tho tract w) bo )tirtv on lin ground that It wmhoursuy.
ed over to thoso ellglio througli ))ref- Austrian also told Chairman llur
(inico r(ght to purciasb. rnWH that ho wou.( not hiiiiiiuoii Gov
Jho.lots wU bo small ones on nc- nior De'ioon tu testify oxcopt In re
count or lit, naturo of the land hut. lnitul If It was .found ' necessary to
tlm liart Is largo enough to give oypry summon pirn at nil.
one who has the right tin opportunity " '
(o pwii hla own jioine. " Weekly lUUetlu per jear.
-su i ,l ' . r : i ' t ' '
Qn the Sixth Ballot Today
the Jury Reaches a '.
Alter being out,' tor nn hour nnd n
half this morning the Jury Inilho ens?
of Runco and While rcturnejl n vyr
diet ot hot guilty, tho chnrgo being
rpbiiory In tho second degree,
'll'was nine-thirty when tho Jury
retired after being charged by Judge
Cooper and six ballots wero taken
with considerable argument before a
verdict was finally reached,
Tho first ballot stood eight for ac
quittal and four for convc(lon, tho
second lilno for nrnjilttnl and three for
conviction, nnd tho third, fourth nnd
fifth were ton for acquittal and two
After the fifth ballot the enso wai
nrcii'd at considerable length by the
July and when nnojher ballot 'wa tak
en n verdict of not guilty was cached.
Attorney Humphreys prosecuting
the case' of robbery against Ilunca
and While. codlers, today in nddress
lug the Jury In tho.caso mada n strong
plea for convjctlon dwelling on tho
fncttlmt ,eyon Jf- the -woman In tlio
much right to protection nl'-tlio hand
of tljii Juw tu hen properly nnd p3r-
son a.i nnyoiio on ynriu. .
jiii- Minut-m wi-ru i;iiiiiiit.-ii wiiii
healing (ho woman as th'ej', entered
her house nnd robblnc her of, n brace-
let valued at fifty dollars on' the night
of Juno 11. They worn .'positively
Identified by tho woman nt.,tlie police
fitntlon, again In court, nnd b'y another
soldier who enmo nut of Ine house
Just ns they entered It.
In defensn Attorney, Stralla net up
nn nllbl that both 'mV'tl -wero on a car
on tlielr way to Iprt ffhaftcr nt the
lime the assault occurred.
Tho defenso wished t'o submit tho
caso without argument hij.jio pn
Fccullon nilt.rcsscd the Jury, and after
iiio close of Ilii'mphroys' 'remarks
St'iaus rested without remark.
Only one wllnes's was . called this
morning, the rook of Company F of
the Twentieth who testified that In
saw ono of the 'defendants on the car
'nf ten-thirty on tho' ovenlng in ques
tion bound for the post.
tliimpl'irnys jjok less than thirty
minutes in his' rcmnrks but mado a
strong plea for 'conviction and (he pro
tection of' Individual rights.
Judge Cooper chnrged the Jury nt
)ilrto-Uvqht$- and ten mlhutcn later the
Jmymen retired to tlielr deliberations.
This Is tho' second timo thti case
has been tried the first trial resulting
in a Idling Juiy and no verdict being
" ', m .
PAUPER OWNS GOLD MINE
LONDON, Oct. 1.. There Is at
present living In lwlshum, n sub
in b of London, a man who la In tlio
astonishing position of. being a pau
per In England anil tho owner of a
gold mine in South Africa.
According to inquiries made by
the guardians. It has been establish
ed that after tliH South African war
the man Inherited a tract of aiid'ln
that country which, owjng to his
poor circumstance, liu was unable
to tako over. It has since Veil dis
covered that this laud covurs u gold
mine, the value of which may possi
bly amouiitUo hundred, of thousands
Its present owner Is very old and
In feeble health',, and ror the last
p'vo years has' received outdoor relief
from the Lcwlshqm guardians. .
" - ' PROGRESSES" FAST
CHICAao. Oct. 1. When tha Lori
mer investigating commlttej adjourn
fcif today to focouvene Monday mom
Ing the. major iart ot tho 'whiiesse lu
Mitpiioit of tho contention (hut. thu
election of Senator 1-flrlnier was In
validated by reason of corrupt prac
tice had been heard.
Leo O'tfelll Urowne, democratic
leader In tho liouioi Statu '"Snuitor
John Uroderlck and Repiosentatlvu
Robert K. .Wilson., v. ho huvo .been liu.
plicated by wIltibsseB In 'tim nlleged
wflqw of IlOirqsen(ntlvo Luko, Is alftj
Kwauird as a ly'ftuess.
' j)o cnn'iiiilttee today refused tn, per
mit a wltncrs to testify In ulleecd