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I IIWncnni, Tomnl0 HOflMANA CUTS LOCAL AND GENERAL I . our nVv ,lone Numbor w,n D9
, HIUJlllll iiinmi
I .. A Byimip
All flatting members ot tn
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd aUd 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
ARINE ENGINEERS' Xr Asso
klEFICIAL'jmiAm etatini co
HARMONY IQDQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0..F.
K Meets every Monday evening at
9:30 in I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary,
r ' II. E. McCOY, "Noble Grand.
SMI visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IQDQE, No. l.K. of P.
. .Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hull,
comer Furt and Beretanla. Visiting
-brothers cordially Invited to attend,
X JONES, C. C.
' O. F. HEINE, K. It. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. J, 1. 0. R, M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each rsonth at Knights ot
Fytblus Hall. Visiting brothers cor
'dlally Invited to attend.
A. L. EAK1N, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. ot n.
HONOLULU AEREE, 140, F. 0. E.
I,, Meets, on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month nt
(7N10 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
JJtvetnnla and Fort Btreets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at-
'? w " ,u,!'1 "
WJI, U. OlCtux, oec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 618, B. P. 0. E
,, .Honolulu Lodge No. C16, B. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Btreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. .Visiting Drothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY. E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
' WH. McKINLEY L0DQE, NO. 8,
- .. JofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.
Hull, cor. Fort, and Deretnnla. Vlslt-
, Ing brothers cordially invited to at-
II., A. TAYLOR. C. O.
B. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S.
Upholstered, Rtntotleled and
The Right Way
J. HOPP S GO.,
Complete Office Fixtures
j for tmmediate delivery, Address P.
0. Box 207, Honolulu. .
Bulletin Newsboys' Have
Begun Last .Week of Sell
TOTALS OF SIX SELLERS.
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Butch Carvalho .......... .10.21G
John Hbomaiitv 10,008.
James Hawaii, 887
Ojivero -.,.. v 420
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.lotin llnomaiia in the .icxt to lasL
week i.f the lontcsi among the II I
1 p 1 1 ii hew'shnjj tut the lend of
"Hutch" down to Just half what I
hud been since tin; beginning of tl.e
competition. I'll 'to tills week
"Hutch" has held find place, with .i
safe lead of m.iie th.in four hundred
papers, but lluoniana sold two hun
dred mine impels this week thnn
usual, oud .now onl two hundred
and eight papers separate the tvo
boys, wlio liave liceu working for the
past six weeks to kectiru the Slerlln
hlrclo orfWe.il by the Bulletin
to the nowsboy ,wiio sold the mo-t
paiiers. . police emit" V,
The prize for second place Is u Tho cas'dMiqMnst1, Henry Clarke was
suit of clothes; fur third place, a nolle proved at'lho pillco court this
pair of boxing glnvis; fur fourth morning, ns the flf.uul .lurv hn In
place, a foriMiall; for the 111th and illcleM him for the mine mador that
final ptlzc, n pair of shoes Is tii bo' be u as, charged with,
given. I ltobert Walktt, who wni found gull-
The content will close next Mom
day caning, and the jirl.eH will be.iue sioamer iNiinau. unci n suspcnuon
awarded the following d ty.
FOR LEGAL HELP
Max Schlemnier this morning lu le'urn for u day' or two. Other can
open court stated to I'nlle.l States dldates remain for the (wo local incut
Judge HobertMiu that ho had no lugs nightly.
means to employ nil attorney, nndj Appraisers lopori. on the rstulo of
asked that the court appoint one tg CliarltM W. Cray Is to the Vfect Hint
uSfend him in his coming rntei. Iho total esta'e nmnunts to $1,430.11.
Georgo S. Curry was nppolnled by.
tho ,ourt upon this rcciuest. ' lots of land, nnd personal property
Schlemnier, who lytB beeji beforojlli" icmalnder.
the court hvcral times n.,conmc- Leo Yong, a Chinese, was nrrcstrd
tlon with tho island of tlitjifan, ILj this morning, and clnrgcd with using
birds nnd tho -Japane 'there, will', thiintcnlng Inngino townrd a young
come to trial soon, the charge agulntt Hawaiian girl. Ho was balled out
him being the bringing of aliens uu-, shortly nllerwnrds and Iho amount of
lawfully Into (lie lountry, these tho bond wns $230.
aliens being the Japanese who were Manirl Rnbcllo, who was round
working on Layxan. ' gullly nt tho jiollio court '(his morn-
Sentences were rnsscd In threo lug of having' becomo Inwilved In a
cases this morning, tho pilsonern i,3.J family row, had n suspended t.enlnro
Ing thoso who pleaded guilty jester-
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IJll'IU tWICIl lllVl v"s.' ill j tllH"iu.
John Mlol received n sentence o(
two years' Impugnment, a line r
$10 and costs tile clnrgc ngiln-i1 tl,c Supreme Court, In renderJng dc- iiiiuiiiiiiiu man amoiinuug 111 4P). " i-i-iiK-rn, neigni nnu mall Tor
him t.elnp liicnmv ' ' " I clsiciu today, gives tho opinion tluu, sar,c, ' ''oliu: linmglit to the Island!.! ""nolulii ilipnr'ed fiom San nrancls
111m ueing uit,nm. " . . . ,..,.. ,... ,, m r.mi iu ,1..,, i . .,.,.
lot Knnniinna fur adnlterv wns
sentenced to one month nnd costs.
and I.cn Young, for having In his
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sent over for two years. $10 being!
possession n cou.ueri.-n e.,m. , .,
tho fine Imposed In addition to (ho
costs This IS theseeoml ll.no Leo
una linn 11 iniiiirti 1 111 i-iimi. itii 11 iiic.
vlons occasion hnvlnir been sen -
tenced to one car In prison ror n
Court ndjourned until tomorrow
morning at 10 o'clock, nt will h tlmo
the trial jury Is called,
1 a 1
ALL ABOUT RYAN
Republican Soap Box Crowd
Beats Other Bunch.
At 2 o'clock this nrtornnou tho
Rev Stephen Desha nddrcfsud th'i
soap-box cruwd nt tho coriidr Of
Hethel and King streets. The Re
publicans had a box of their own,
and 011 thu opposite roriifr thu Dci'i.
ociatlc spoutcis held forth.
Ucsliu stated nt the beginning oM
Ills speech that Illlo Ityaii was utter-
I iirt-iinn lii 111., cliiliimanlu nlinul tlin
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noinehifl(i lanus, nun inai 1110 uen.u-
.nuicuin.,ic ....... ...m ,.,,,
The ciowd wk with Desha, and ho'
hroiiRht forth cheery when he ilppo.l
the I'ntenllled party to pieces. A
few people gathered around tho oth
er soup-biix, but In 11 row minutes
someono yelled, "Heat IM" and then
,1 dozen or so faithful Demons
slipped iivny without ntti acting any
nttentlou from the hunrli which was,
with rapt attention, listening to
E. W. Quinii, the plumber, tin?
ronik'onceil giiiulsbmont proicedlngs
ngAliiBL Joe Cohen for money lUleged
lo be due mm puuo iiioiuiiuiiig "i
tho JS'ewv Orpiieum. ((laorgo II. How.
nrd of tho Howard company, now
1 . .In flri.l.niin. lu .frilM-il
playliuj nt the ()riho.in, Is Jrnv it
Into the nrcicoedlnys 111 Oiilnn s cf-
fort to rollect.
Washington Is considering ')
question of shortening the paper cu"
rency or the natlo'l. Still, tho long
green by tiny other name, will do ns
well. Ilener Iteptibllcan.
Self-esteem Is n brand or yenst that
enables n limn to ilso In his own cstl
Autos,-$4 per hour. Lewis Stables.
.Bethel Si. Hack Jjlnml, I'linnc 1132.
Try a case ot l'lncctar. It Is uru.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is tlcst at The Encore.
A new stunt every day nt the An
chor Saloon, Nuunnu and King.
Whitney & Mnrsh havo Just ipcelv
cd a nc,w assortment or bathing sulln,
.cups and khoOH for Indies.
If you want a good job done on an
"Uto or1 carriage take It lo Hawail.iu
Carriage" MiCo,! 427 Q.uon St.
Vay caiin un(1 n8k fr- ,,.,, BtalI1pBi
They'ro frto": Call at the show rooms
and sco what you , get frco for
distilled water, Hlro's Root
Beer nnd all other popular drinks.
Ring up Phone 2171. Consolidated
This afternoon tho board of Agrl
eiiltuio Is holding Its regular meet
lug at tho Capllol, where mutliie
matters pie being taken up.
Mile Mnnu, whu Is charged with
having run n blind pig had the enso
against her cent ovor for, trial till
tomorrow nt (ho pollco couit this
ritttcu Japanese, who nro charged
with af.snul.lug a Ktironn nt Wnlnnliu
bad their case once inoro sent over
till n'rtii)fre rtftt'o thin morning nt thel
ty of havlngt'citt n rol u on biniil
sentencr of ililrteen mn-iths: rcglslcr-
ed ngnlust him by Judgo Thayer.
C. II HerrlcV. .f K.iual. whom the
(Ini'den IMund di-Hlgna as n "dyi - d -
In-tho-wool Doiuocial. his. ncnordliu.
to that pnpri- annomieed that ho will
Note for nnd suppoit Kuhlo for Dele
gate Democratic county rumlldalcs nro
off today on n round (he-Island cam
pnlgnlng trip. Some of them will not
Of this nmount $2,83." mpre-cnts fourJ
"' ""'i.-n iiiomns rogisiuii.-ii ag.iinsi
him bv .ludco Tinner.
In tho iiimeiil of llio rnso of II.
I ' . . '
Knwnunta va. S. Oknlinta. fryin tns
, Jtrlct magistrate of South Kohal.i.
" piainilil niouiu lie nuoweii u ic-i-
"nub1 time within which to (dtn -
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Vy wiwi nn oricr . ii.e "... o.
iini-l rn nra. Tlin rnsn wax nil lie-
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a of assumpsit for $138.2r. upon'
' nceount stated. Appeal wns us-
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Tho following wliulosa uiessnge tins
been icccli'id by the agents friim tho
S. S. Slerru, bound for Honolulu:
S. SI. Slerru, At Fca, October 2:., 8
nge. 3rQl tons cirgo, II nutoinobllus,
f.A i.nl. ...nil -ntil Wnlla .-,iP,rA nv.
If n young muii bin no family tree
Us up to him to brunch out for hint'
l.i tho cbrso of modern civilization
Eight out of overy ten persons haui
JdvsiKiiiKl.i 111 0110 form or unother.
- (;n ,, cmo fl)r ,,,,.,,,,1,!
,,..,., in, uestinn is
Duffy's fure Malt Whiskey
touis urn 11 sense
of burning and
dull weight lu
tho stomach ufter
pation or dhir-
rhcej. languor, depression, Irrltnblllvy,
dull beadachn.s. All llieso syniiitoins
phow that your dlgoatlo organs 1110
mlt of ()r(ier imu 0 8()lllli lak0
Duffy-a Pure Mult , Whiskey. It will
cure uyspepsin 11 is uiu gieaicsi
strengtli. bulldur iind tonic Btlmulunt
Known io me icine. 11 uum: i.o
' SCllt of tllO lllsOUSO, dlN03 Ollt HlO
Mi nhuWa tho wenkoIlod t,.
. r,ii,,,l. hoaltbv. natural
hues In n gradual, hoaltby, nnturiil
manner. It Is n wonilurrui rcnieuy in
tho prevention and euro or consump
tion, pneumonia, grip, bronchitis,
Lollghs, colds, malaria, typhoid, low
(evns nifd nil wasting, weakened, dls
en'il Conditions, If taken ns directed
Write lor rre piedlc.il booklet con
taining tare common bpiifo uiles for
l.ealtti u ml testimonials, and doctor'H
Tho Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Roch
ester, N. y U. S. A.
p. 111, 1191! tulles from San Francisco J ,na,Io ... ...m-i,,,.. ... , ,.pUl .nl m
lightship. Modcruto easterly winds,' lrrUn 0, 0 Matllm Kpn , niiiiolnlii ' " u" Bak from Pearl H
cloudy, son smooth; haioinelor..3U.20. ,,,.,,,.,.., , Completing a voyngo
ulr C5. 129 cublrt passengers, 31 ,Btcor- - ttluilior tn Aborilocn..Wasb
City Transfer Co.
FIRE AT II NAVY COAL M
PLENTY OF RAIN ALONG K0NA COAST BUT fifty AND
WINDY IN KAU CLAUDINE FROM HAWAII AND HALL
.FROM KAUAI IN PORT.
Prompt rctlon upon tho pirt of Iho
United Stato.i n.i.il ifllcl.-ila nt the
port resulted In 11m Willis uinler con-
tw,i n nro n.n. i..i i........'
' . . V,
so,o twelvo thou-an I.nih of highly
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu coai si-leu nt ino naval
wino worKmen were sun icmovlng
of.portlonB of llio tore, ronl to u yard
nenw jn? sircei, n.iie or no ovl-
deneca bf flro nllhln iho pllo could
ho noted this niornliig
Tho niilhoiltlch wero pvtrpmely re-
lun:nnt In employ wntcr ns a npnn of
exterminating tho slow burning flro.
in laci u is genoinll
llevod that It
was owing to the recent rains, that
n portion or tho thlpnicni of New
'liver coal took tiro.
II Is 'thought that Iho danger which
but recently menaced the storo of
iiui is oter.
Slerv't Bio List.
One hiniilred nml Iwenli-.nlnn tnc.
sengcis tiavollng In the dipt cabin' Reporting Hno weather nn Iho homo
and Ihlriy-one 'iimlled in Iho steer- w-flid trip, Purser Klbllng's fielght
ago. )he Oceanic StonmslilrrOnnipanv list for the steamer Clauilliip from Hn
liner Slerru expected lo arrlvo nt Ho- wall nnd .Maul p-nts Inclmled 22cords
uoliilu at daylight on I'll, lay morning wood, 477 nllway ties. 100 sacks rice,
will cause n inalerl-jl nibtltlon to tho fid sacks' corn, 23 sacks potatoes 23
I .inks of tourists now finding their ling nnd 179 packages tniiilrfes, '
way down to the Islands. E
Tho Sierra has been hoald from Defender at Hana.
tluoii!;h tho. -local cgenlH. c, Brewer I'lirser Klbllng of tho Inter-Island
&,C'i. At eight o'clock list evening sleanur Clnudlno nrilvlug Hits morn
tho old reliable f'rry bo it w.in 1 19.1, Ing finm Haw-all nnd Muni ports re
miles finm San Fianc'lseo sto lining I'oils Iho Amerlcnn schoiner Deren-
iiiiinign Brnoolli seas, cloudy weather der nt Hana on Tuesd.iy. The rchoon
with moderate easterly winds. or Expansion was discharging cargi
With Hip Sierra will arrive a larg' ' Knhiiliif on Hip same day,
MiipuiPRt ur.gencr.il merchniullse nnd
R.ipi!l..g nmountlns lo 35i)l Iouh. In-1
1i..v f M, . . . .
, . mis cKnignnioni is eleven
automobile .for loci! Inipdrt'rs.
- .... ...n-, ,.i.iih.-. m-ii.i r.irK'i
l l"t'M packages
; Awaits Sierra
"'"""" xk-a wans oicrra.
I Tin Indications nro Hint n niimher
or pashcngers by the Oceanic steam-
Mi, 11 ;
Miip Siena will nvall themschos or
the exceptional opportunity to vi.ll
Hi Viilemo by means ot n special
Hip of the Inter-Island Kramer Ma
una Kra that Is scholuled to ilenait
for Hllo direct at four o'clock on Fri
day iirieinoon. Tito vessel Is duo to
an he nt I lin ('..spoilt r-ll.- n,,. r,.l.
lowing morning, lu Ilni3 to connect
wiiii iiiiiiiiing trulns for Hid Volcum
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Carga Rinajs from Cattle to 'Coffee
A largo amount of prodiicts rroiih
the Big Island 1ms been lort nt this
port iih part of the unrgi brought to
I limnlllllt I.ar llin V.'rMm .! I'.... t
Manna l.oa. The freight list liicl..d.r,r",Kl ,,f B."" ;"'l',' have pin
ed livestock or nSsorted Bi-cles piicli I eI,fflf,-1 , f"-, Ainoi Icati steamer Iifla
as dogs, (alvrs. pigs, Bl.eep, lurkeys, T'' wlllrh "?' wl" ,,so ' "'Plmow
chickens nnd cattle. Other, linos nt ' '", ," ?orvlc8 '"'tween this coast
fielghl conslsled ot 91 sacks bran,
133 pieces koa lumber, 212 sacks
beans, 271R sacks colTeo, 3.189 sacks
sugar nnd 255 packages Bimdrles.
Schooner Fred Wcod Was Slow,
received at the local branch 1,llsl"CSH f"r M ""- Tll l'rlco paid J 1'nclflc service to Puget Sound. Or
MoicuanlH' Hxchnngo an-if"1 "l0 ',,lanaw Is not niado public de'rs wero placed with the Kawasaki
"i 1110 AioicnaniH lixcnnngo nn
nniinces tho arilval nt drays Harbor
of th Amcilcnn schooner Fred J.
Wood. This vessel has been C9 days
Jn making tho passngo from Honolulu
10 Hie Sound nort as the vessel
hrought n sblpnicnt or lumber
signed to llonolulu Importois. Upon
completion of tho work, of discharg
ing tho Fjcil Wood was dispatched
ror the mainland on August 27lh.
Zealap.dla Leaves Sydney,
lino to rtrilve at Honolulu on Now
ember 8II1 with n largo list or first
nnd second clnsa pnsjongorH, the Ca-iindlan-Aiistrallnn.lllier
sail d riom Sydney, N. S. W. The
vessel deiar'edfroin tho Australian
port on last Monda.w The Zoahmdln
Ih enrouto to Vancouver. Sho Is nnu
of tho uuwehl steanifis In tho Caua
illau Auitmllan servlco.
Plenty of Rnln In Kona.
There has bec.11 plenty of rainy
weather along the, Kona coast accord
.Koiki coast accord-. an oil burner, us are nenily nil or tholfessor of Auglo-Siixon nml Fngllsh
iipou conditions In'Bales & Chcsobrough fleet; the nriu.l language nnd llteruturo ar narniionlh
inlng finm Purser It Is said, having seemed nn ailvim- Cnlleco. bus nnt n.n ir...J .,.. .....
lug to n lepoit
that district, coming
Sheldon or Iho Inter-Island steamer
(.las, H. Love)
ON PAGE EIGHT.
UNDER Cll r't
pt Iho tlmo (hat tho vca
Vl dcpailcd froni. Kan, ports c'on3lib
,'r;ll,,u complaint was expressed, over
'"" wl-l nnil dioiight proVallln
thtoughoiil Kail. Theio N b't llillo
Mwar now , Hllmen( ;ut' ,'
lor!n or call along tho Kona ain Kail
ciintl. Tho f.Iauna Ia nrflcurs re-
port pin ISO jrickg nt Punalnu nml
1103 parka" nt lloniinpo.
Hall Met Moderate Seas
Houtlictly winds mid niodernlo seas
?ra mot by tho Inter-Islaud s'lcanior
W. 0. Hull "that wa.s nmong Hie morn-
Ing .arrivals. Tho Hull bronchi n
general cargo from Kami norts In
eluding 85 biles hides, 12 sacks rlro.
22 packages huii.1i Ion. Tho vessel is
F.codnlcd lo sail on n return tilo lo
tho Garden Island on Friday ovcnlng,
tho steamer being held over pcml-
,ing tno nrrlval of the Oceanic liner SI
Claudlne Dack from Hawaii
.'"'"""'' k J-esieruay nncrnoon
I I -'fine Mall s earner Mongolia
i ........ .u mm jmrt
cnilv Monday morning.
Dut Little Sugar on Kauai.
riirsor Logan or Iho sieanrr Ha'I
lrnm 'ai polls niort but 2150
. 8a:k, ' K- S. M. stiirar iiw-nltlng shin-
T'!" " "10 0:'r'lo l-lan-l nl Iho tlmo
"' dPIiurhiro of tho Inlci'-lHlainl steam
icr f,lr Honolulu.
Vlrolnlan at Seattle.
Willi nn assortment or Island pro
ducts, the AniPilenii-Hawallau freight-
v iraliilim I Honolulu ond Hlo
I'" "'"""" avc arrived nt Seattle
Amerlcnn Fchiwnor M, Turner arrived
nt Iho Sound pari on Til sd.iy.
Leelanaw for Panama Run.
8GATTI.K, Oct. 13.-Bates & Chaso-
and tho Isthmus, connecting on tho
east coast with vailous Hues. This
statement wns made today by Jl, 8.
Bates, senior member of Iho firm, who
Is spending the week In this Held look
Ing ovor tho eondlllons nnd seciii-Inir
u au, iiaiFs, nut io stated that sho
will represent nn Investment of $100,-
000 nrter his company has made the
repairs now planned.
Tho I.eelnnaw Is very wHI known at
con-jTncoula for li,,B ra" ""' "r "la' psrt ,
r"r 'eura ns n collier, lelghllng fuel
10 sail irancisco. AHer being taken
from tho coal trade, tho U'elnnaw for
n tlmo freighted, une yoar from Alaska
lor tho past year, following oxlcnslvo
nporalloiis, sho hns been carrying coa
between lirlllr.li Columbia nnd San
Krauclsco. Mr. Ba'os stilled that the
vessel would mnko two or threo mom
(lyases In thin trade beforo being
taken over by his firm.
One or the largest Items or expense
lu refilling tho Leelanaw will be I hi
liiFlallullon or n now boiler. Tho big
fiolghtpr will also be converted Into
tagcous oil contract. In addition tho
.v. uiv luvyuia iiiiieiu-r, inn uiiopi two gstion protection law. In consequence
yoais ugo sho was withdrawn. Then r tho revlsloiv Jupanoeo firms are
sho lay Idlo ut Ylctoila, whero she 1 weeding out old steamers pr between
was owned by the Dunsniiilr estate.; L000 and 0.000 tons. . .
will hao new tank tops nnd now sUel
'tween decks, which will be coereJ
with wooden lloors. Her ninln deck
Is to be lencweil nnd her deck gear.
Inctnfllng derricks, etc, will be re
placed by now equipment. The Leo
lannw icglsters 1,377 tons nnd wn9
built nt Newcastle, England In 1880.
Wireless Extension In Australia.
It. II. Armstrong, general manager
of tho l'arlllc coa't branch of tho
Wnlled Wireless, left Trtcoma for New
York on 'Oct. 12, whom ho will con
fer with the executive comnilltco (jj
the company In regard lo tho estab
lishment of another illusion olllco nt
Sydney. Australia, This olllre nnd nil
Australian business will bo controll
ed through tho Senttle omce.
'There Is n great field open for de
velopment In Australia," said Mr.
.Armstrong. "Only fifteen chips whToh
now run legnlarly to Australia nro
'equipped with wireless, ami our com
pany has Its equipment on five of
"Tho reason that moio ships ara
not equipped Is because tho colonial
go eminent would not. grant any fran
chise for land stations, wishing to,
keep nil branches of telegraphy ns a
"Four months ago the government
erected three land stations, and Is
crenarlng to eftct many more. As
soon ns theso land stntlons nro In
Rtnlled llicro will bo a rush to equip
the ships, Alie.idy we havo had au
Imitation to bid for the business of a
company which has ninety-two ships,
and I think wo will B'nrt off by equip
ping twenty-five or thirty ships."
On his return West Mr, Armstrong
will stop nt Ottawa to see several of
ficials In regard to extending the com
pany'a work Into tho colonies.
Seven Steamers for Panama Line.
11 S. Bates, head of tho firm or
Bates & Chescboroiigh, of San Fran
cisco, who was rocmtly In Seattle,
announce. that he Intended to charier
rccn steamships for the Seattle, San
Francisco and Panama run, Instead
of Hupp, as previously announced
In tho first plans of Hip new- lino
between Atlantic and Pacific coast
ports via the government ralroad o-.i
the Isthmus of Panama there wero to
be threo vessels on the Atlantic Bldo
nnd threo on tho Pacific side. Already
live vessels havo been chartered on
the Paclflccoast, nnd It Is planned to
charter-two moio. Mr. Bates rc'iispd
fo stalo exactly how many ships would
bo employed on tho Atlantic sldo, but
It will bo more thnu tha original three,
although not ns many ns on tho Pacific
Three of (ho vessels chartered on
the Pacific coast will run only as far
north ns San Frnnclsco, while four
will run Into Seattle. With theso four
steamships It Is planned to maintain
a roiirtecn-day sciieiiuio. in order io
compute with tho fine service of tho
IlHwallnn-Amciican Lino, which main
tains u bt-mnnthly schedule via tho
Besides tho Mackinaw, with a ton
ai;e of 3,204, liate.s & Chcseborough
j,nvo c,lartf,ro,i 0n ttl0 i.Ilcinc coast
Iho strumshlps Georgo W. Fenwlck.
with a tonnago of 2,009; tho Stanley
OiUlnr. 1,838; tho Olson & Mnhonoy,
1.497, and tho Leelanaw, 1,921. Tho
Fenwlck, Olson & Mnhonoy nnd I-co-
lannw are oil-burning steamships, and
win tnereroro no used on tno aan
Francisco run. Tho Mnckhiaw nnd
Stanley Dollar, being coal burners,
will run Iroin Seattlo.
Mr. Bates expressed himself ns
pleated with (ho H eight prospects tor
the new line, iilthnugh ho feared n
dearth of offshore exports-from this
The Panama nallroad Company haa
f granted to tho now lino regular
through billing privileges on const
wise traffic on tho saino terms and con
ditions ns thoso held by tho Pacific
Mnll Steamship Company. Tho prin
cipal concessions thus made aro 70
per cent of the through freight rato
1111 constwlso t radio and the waiving
or w barrage, cranago, llghtorago and
basin charges nt Balboa on such trnt
fie. Coal wilt bo sold tho ships nt
Balboa nt Hie cost price delivered nt
Colon, plus $2.25 freight, chargo per
ton for haulago across tho Isthmus,
New Vessels for N. Y. K. Line.
VICTOIHA. B. O.. Oct. 13. Six now
Fleamers, two or which have been or-
(lei od In Japan, are to bo built to rn
placo tho stcamorn now used by th6
Nippon Yuscn Knlsha In tho trans-
(lockynrd company of Kobe nnd the
Mitsubishi company or Nagasaki ror
two steamers or 0,000 tons registered
tonnago to maintain an average speed
or 12 knots ami tho veuuei. win i.n
followed by four others.
The construction of Hie now llnbra
ror the trans-Paclllc sorvleo nt the
Jnpaneso line is holni; hastened owing
to tho rovlslon of tho deep sea nftvl-
Tho Toyo Klsen Kulsha Is tn )...
don Its service, botweeu Hongkong, Ja
pan and Mexico. Tho JupaiieSe Rub
sidy law forbids the receipt of Biiiisl-
Hies from other countries nnd Hie!
Jupaneso company consldors Iho line
unprofitable without n subsidy ot $10,
000 por voyage paid by Moxlco
ProL Charles F. Illchnrdson, Ph.D.;
iui inuuiy-eigiii yirs winKiey pro
lunation, to taka effect In Juno PJU.
t ARRIVED '' ,
If ' r "' '" . 1
Wednesday, Oct. 20.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlne,
stmr . n. 111.
Knual ports W. 0. Hall, stmr., a.
Tuesday, Oct. 25;
Hawaii ports Hcleiie, stmr., 4:20 p.
Hnwnll ports Wnlh5lpj stmr., 4:30
KuTlal ports Klnaii, Btmri; G p. m
Maul, M0luk.1l and Lanni portB Ml
knhala, stmr., 5 p. in. ,, ,
T PA83ENQER9 ARRIVED t
Per Btmr. Claudlne, from Hawaii
and Maul prirts W. Hart, Miss K. M.
Ynt.es, .MIss.Monitt, Miss .Field, n,
Conwny, (1. A. Cameron, Mrs. Torres,
J, Knnabele, P. O. Itlley Mrs. Victor.
Mrs. F. M. Church, W. F. .Martin, J.
P. Martinez, Tarn Sun, .Ino. Souzn, I),
Lellh, I) ,K. Huysclden, Mrs. Hnysel.
den, T. A. Biirnlngham.
Per stmr. V. O, Hall, from Kauai
ports II. 13. Bond, Mrs. Bond, M. Asa
kl, I). H. Jones, (1. Ilusbard, Rev. F.
Scudder. llov. W. II. OJes'on, O. H.
I PA8SENOER8 DEPARTED 1
Per stmr. Klnnu, rorKnuaI porls
Oct. 25 .Mrs. II. 1). Wlshard nnd son,
Miss Ilyman, Miss Labcrg, Mrs. D. A
White, Miss Julia Holey, Miss O. Be
chert, II, M, Coke, S, Jl, Olbson, Mrs.
8ertm.ni, W. Jones, IL, Aoknfialke, II
W. nice, Mrs. ,Rlce. C. B. Horgaard.
Hov. I., Kroll, Mrs. W. F. Holland nnd
child, C. II. Cooke, Mrs.'Cooko, K.
Buyer, W Schilling, J. S. Bole. Miss
Frguson, O. Inouyo. Mrs. Iliouye, W.
Jpnes, J. 7t. Cooke. 4
Per stmr Mlknhala, forAIaul and
Molokal porls. Oct. 25. aeo.:lI. Varlo.
I r 4)
I PA83ENOERS DOOKED I
Per stmr. Mnuna Kea, ror .Hllo (spe
cial trip) Oct. 28. (Jeo. Wjjltroore, C.
M. Lo niond. N. Law, Mrs.'iiw, Mrs.
Kearney, Mrs. HumphreyB, J. Dctor.
Per stmr. Claudlne, ror Hawaii and
Maul ports, Oct. 28f 11. W. M. Mist,
Per stmr. Mnunn 'Loa, for Koua
nnd Knu portB, Cct. 28. Mrs. Syl
vester, W F. Frost, Miss Beard.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kaunl porta,
Nov. L Mrs. H. D. Wlshard, a. P.
Wilcox, II. W. HIcc. Mrs. Bice, C. 11.
Horgaard, Jlev. I. Kroll, Mrs. W. V.
Hall, J. P. Cooke, Miss N. Bobbins,
Mrs. Sutinun, W. Scbllllng, J. . Bolo.
Per 8. S. Sierra tor Sun Frnclsco,
Nov, 2. Dr. ,und Mrs. Ilotlumnn, Mrs.
II. 8. Purmclee. Mrs. B. Hughes, Mrs.
It. L. Foster, Mr. und Mrs. Chus.
Stewurt, Fred C. Smith, D. U Wlth
Ington, C. A. Wood, T. H.. Murtln, Mb.
It. A. Dow, Mr. Fragile, Miss )
Mrs. It. A. Small, Miss Field., Miss
Mottltt, Mrs. Farsterane, Mg. Mul
len. Mrs. James 1 W. W. Itrwci. n.i
child, Mrs. Klrkland, . ilrs. Duvls,
cc 11. ij. l(oblnbonAIrs. J. Klrkland,
Mrs. S. N. Brooks, Mr. nnd Mrs. K.
Hill, Mrs. Henily, Miss M. Fitigorald.
Mrs. Dorn It. Whenton, Mrs. V. O.
Ashley, j. g. sopor. Miss Blerlns, Mm.
IC. M. Rand. Mis. M. v. n.rini nt
Vrlque, MIbs Grace.
Per S. 8. Wllhelmlna, for Ban Fran
cisco. Nov. 9. It. U Iowman, Mrs. W.
H. Perry. Mis. C. V Hall, L. R Av
noJd, Mrs. S. K. Harris, Jlrs. B. ai
wiEiior. J. T. Jones, Mrs. Jonos, Meut.
H. II. Hoblnson, L. Andrews n,id Dr.
j MAILS. "
Malls uro due 'rXm n,n fiinn.in..
liolnts as followtu
San Franclsctw pec sierra. Oct, 28.
Yokohama Per Nippon Maru, Nov. 0.
Australia .Per 'nlt,,,!n .-.. u
Victoria Ier Makiira, Nov, IL
watu will depart' for tho following
San Frnnclsco .Por Slorra, Nov. 2.
Yokohama Por Mongolia, Oct. 31. ;
Vancouvoii-Per Zealandla, Nov 8.
ujuue i-er niauura, Nov. 11, .
V IN FOWHQN y0T
Wednesday, Oct. 26. '
SEATTLK Arrived Oct. L5: S. S.
Virginian, from inin 'rv.v it
ABKHDUN Arrived Oct. 25; Schr. H
ii.rner, iroin Pearl Harbor.
OKAYS HAIIHOU Sailed Oct. 23:
Schr. F. J. Wn,i,i rr 11,,1, .1..
NI3WCAST1.B Arrived Oct. 25: 8. S.
vinney, nenco Oct. 0.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Oct. 20: b. S.
"im"'ii flinrii, uir Honolulu
SAN FIIANCISCO-Sallcd Oct. 20 t
P. II).: S. 8. Wllhelmlnn f.. 11.'...
REAL ESTATE, JCRAN8ACJIQN3.
littered for fiecord'Oct. 55, 1910.
xrum iu;ju a, m. to 4 p. m
Antia Nalnoaelua- and 'hsb to II
Hackreld i Co Ltd m
William It Castle, tr, by ulty to
Wing Wo Kwal ii.m
Thresa ' Ahla ot nl to llarn
Fun & Co . , I.
Entered for Record Oct.. 20, 1010.
xjuui u a, m. to iu;ao a. 111.
lien WllkliiB nnd wf to John
Kupu . . ' ; II
J K Kaiiwalu et ull to Wula- '
lua Agrctl Co Ltd 1.
HllahUa Und hsb, to llolomalio
Land Co Ltd ij
Pekclo Uml uud wf to Kavval
loa lyund Co Ltd ......... 11
Kalunliualae to Helemnno Land
Co Ltd , u
Walter Hurst et nl to'Krnnic'lY i
Henry May & Co Ltd to An'
l-eong .t u
BBS,.' : '4
K-. v v
imxxmi&mmn hn j i,;
x. 'siitto.', I J
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