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EVENINO nVIIXETIN, HONOLULU. T. II.
miDAY, OCT. 28, 1010,
All Tliltlng memben ot tn
Order are cordially Invited to
ttend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
.tURlMC cuBintCBC wemoers of
fcCMCClPllt lecnnUTinn Jhe.r A"
mtuuiRL .' iiKiiun. nations cor-
HARMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1, 0. 0. F,
MeeU every Monday evening at
r:30,lQ I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street
- K. R. itENDRY, Secretary.
II. E.-McCOY. Nolilo Qrand.
SMI visiting brothors very cordially
DAHU LODGE, No. 1, & of P.
' Meets every first and third Frl
Hay evening at 73Q In K. o( r. Hall,
corner Fort and Ileretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
WM, JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. n. S.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meats every first and third Thurs
days o each isonth at Knlghto of
Tythlns Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
Idlally Invited to attend.
A. Li. KAK1N, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
HONOLULU AEBIE, 140, F. 0. E
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NE9DAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
L--Eerotanlaand Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at-
.a" w. n. rii.ky, w. i'.
0T WM. O. MCCOY, Bee.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. E.
Vtnnnlnlii Lodce No. 616. D. P. O.
i'Elks. moots In their hall, on King
nt8tret near Fort everr Iriclay eve
nlng. Visiting Drotners aro coruiuuy
1 1nvited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
t GEO. T, KL,UUU, ooc.
m WM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
' i- . K.of P.
PI I' Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
Smvenlng at 7:30 o'clock in k. 01 r,
Jlall, cor, Fort and Herctanla. Vlslt
f; Jng- brothers cordially InvKed to at
2E II. A. TAYLOR, C. O.
U 'A JACOnspN.tK.R. 8. f,
ARRIVE ON SIERRA
T. 11. Daniels nd his son,. P. J.
X.idIoIb, tobacco exports, arrived' this
a morning on tho Sierra and left this
? Moon by tho Manna Loa for Konn.
J Dr. Danlols, tho cldor, comes at
5 the rcquost of the Kona Tobacco
Sforapany to handlo' tho splendid crop
hat haB been hnrvestcd this year,
? Ho Is an export In sorting and hundr
9 'ling tobacco loaf, and previous to
E .Jils coming to the Islands visited
S over two hundred tobacco dealers
5. and manufacturers to get In close
S touch wlthrJust tn.lnd of mutqrlul
fe The plan of tho company Is for
ff Dr. Daniels to take chargo of the
curing, sorting and baling of tho
5 present crop so that when It Is
g 'chipped to .the market It will bo us
IX nearly what tho dealers and maim
U Jacturcrs want as Is possible to to
M , Mr. Daniels will not only sco thu
15 crop through tho curing uml sorting
Ji sheds, hut will follow It to 'the iiinr
5 ke'ts'nnd boo It through to tho end of
M the chapter. ,' ,
ji All. present prospects for tho Kona
E tobacco aro very favornblo, tho fault
n In the past being Just iuch dofoclH
aJua a mnn of Daniels' oxpcrlenco enn
correct. Tho cto-i this jear haB
heenr all that could bo asked, and
the' weather conditions huvo proved
sRecent reports received from
1 Eastern exports on (ho samples uont
Zfthom for examination aro that thoy
declare, iho Hnwallan leaf In bo bet
tepthnn tho Sumatra or the I'lnildi
v 'safe . -. .
II CO It 1; iiuiicim 11 1111 J inr.
It Was No Race But Much
Extra Fuel Was
An Invitation to tlko a tow Una
coming from the officers of Iho Ocoaii
le steamship Sleira and extended to
thosu on bo.(rd the Maixon Navigation
steamer WllliUiniiu was one of ec
eral lutcicstlng features tunt marked
the voyage ae.uss the I'utllic between
Honolulu and San 1'iuik'ixui, p.utie
iiated In by the rival 'let) boats" on
(heir last o)agc.
Muu local ciHtouia men Imparted
1 hu Inlormatiun mat Honolulu udvlccs
iccoiucd out teic.i minuies dlltercii'je
in the tune ot arm;' I ol the Hlcrr.i
and W'lltielmliia at San 1 lauclscu, sev
eral ot I lie mil unuwu omccrs coil'
netted Ith thu Ucoan c bjj" nude
immediate pivparat.ous for tliiowlni;
a scries of tits.
"Why. theio wni nuthlug to It," do
Cited 0110 enthusiastic Suna olllclal
as soon as the Oceanic steamer had
been mado fast tills 111 irulng. "Tliero
never was (he leas' xcmbljncu to a
race Had we wanted to leally cut
Into tho regular steaming tluiu and
used it little more fuel on, we would
havo beaten the Wllhtlnilna by al
uiuhi ten hums,
' "Don't overlook tho fact that this
old boat can go over a lour hundred
knot clip any time that siilliclent oil
Is used down blow. It takes money
to buy fuel and tho Oceanic stockhold
ers aro not opeiatlng thU Iwat ncrosi
tho I'uclMc slinpl) fur tho purpose ot
getting Into S.111 luinclsco iibcul of
tho WUhelmliia or any other vessel.
"We have the speed however mi J
tho arrival 11 1 Sail Francisco on tho
last trip demonstrated that we were
fully one hour ahead of the oilier fel
low." Nearly every day on the run from 1
tho Islands to tlu- coast tho rival
steamers were In sight of one another,
but tho Wllliclmln.i wad alwajs as
tern, At times tho vcssoIb vveio u rbvy
miles apart only, and tho contest wuH
watched with feverish Interest by tho
passengers of both vessels. The SJ
orra's tlmo from Honolulu to Sail
Francisco was G dajif. lu hours and
"9 minutes. That ufithu WflhclniTna.
nccdnllng to her log, vvns 5 days, 11
hours and 2G mluutos.
Tho WUhelmliia never got near
enough for lt. pauonscrii to hear tho
Sierra's band, but from the bridge of
tho Sierra the WlllicltuliKi's smnko
could bo seen astern. Then the WU
helmliia began sending out wireless
messages, giving Us position as many
miles belli ml. Willi th" smoke con
tradicting tho iiciiigrams Captain
Iloudlctto concluded that Captain Pe
ter Johnson was trying to pull wool
over his oyes. On Sunday evening tho
Sierra vvns steaming nlung at an easy
gait, when smoku was dlKrcrnrd as
tern, a llttlo to the eastward. Captain
Iloudlctto concluded that vvns the Wil
helmlnn, but did no' got Interested tin
til dark when n light appeared wbcro
the smoko had been seen. This meant
that tho Wlll'clmliia vvns cr eplng up
on tho Sierra with Iho Idea, presum
ably, of going past In tho night.
There followed a consultation be
tween Captain Iloiidlotlo am) Chief
Englifcr Sam Church. Iho outcome of
which wns that the liKlit soon disap
peared. For tho net 22 hours the
Slcriii logged 17.- knots tin hour and
made ll( nautical miles.
ine uccauio boat was alongside tho
wharf by eight o'clock this morning
after 11 lino run down from the const Thu
freight list Is declined tho largest that
has been brought to Honolulu In
months and 11 cucccds any cargo ever
carried In tho Sierra for this jxirt. A
total of 3000 tons freight. anlVcd by
the vessel Inrludcd In which was clov
Tho list ranges from paving mach
inery to Pacific coast apples. Owing
to largo offerings, tho Oceanic Com
pany was obliged to rifuso ficlght Tor
Tho cabin passengers numbered 121)
while 35 camo down in tho second
Theio Is mainland mall amounting
to 410 sacks that icceivcd a prompt
distribution by the local postal auth
orities. (Icorgo ChalmcrB and Mis. dial
mcis of Wnlmaualo plantation worn
icturnlng passengers from u mainland
''Theio was not- an evening during
Iho eiitlio trVi down from tho, coast
but that some member of Iho yauile
vlllr company thnt lias been engaged
for tho now Savoy Theatre, did not
rnntrlbuto 0110 or moro nunihcrsMo an
Inlerestlne nroKram. Fho norfrirmcrs
mho hml boon selected by Miinnsj.'?
fccuiiy in H.iu lranclFO-i arrived
tho Hlerrn tills morning. I ;
I'lomlncntly Identified with tho.Chailos Peacock wrro nnlvnls by the
United Fruit Company, ono of thai
largost Impoitlng and oxpoiting con
ceins In tho Hulled States, C W.
Claik Is mnkin'; a trlji to tho islands
In tho Intel eats of business mid ploi
miro, Tho Unltod Fruit Companv
npcrnto n larga lino of stenmcrs on
the Atlantic, n number of Ihplr vessels
being of considerable lirgcr tonnage
than tltn Sierra.
Mrs, F.vn l.'meiy Dye, nn authoress
(if snino'noto who has written 11 num
ber of works dealing hlstoi leally witli
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, It poV hour, Lewis Stnblcs.
llctlul SI. Hark Stand, I'liunc ll.VJ.
It goes without s.tylng that every
thing Is Host nt Tho ICncoro.
A new stunt every day at tho An
chor Saloon, Nmtami and King,
If you want a good Job done on nn
mi to or carrlago tnko It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
For vdlBtlUqd water, Hire's Iool
Deer nnd (All other Kpiilar drinks.
Ring ui Phono 2171. Consolidated
Soda Worlis. l
. Alary Oliver was llils niiimlng grant
ed 11 divorce from her liuslnnd Harry
Oliver, the ground of the decree being
fnllme to ptovldc.
Mr Mark (Irccn n oipltnllst nf Han
Francisco, and his daughter nrrlvc.l
on the Sierra this morning. They aro
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip. Mr.
tlre.ii Is Intctcstcd In scleral local
business flints and Is making this trip
partly on account of luminous ami
partly for pleasure. Ho Is IntorcKlod
In one lrrtl llrni In which the Initial
Investment vvns mado fifty years ngi.
AALA PARK THE
, . .BATTLEFIELD
Parties' Strive For
, . There.
Republicans and Democrats wilt
mnKcunla Park 'the s cuo of an ora
torical tautest on thu eve of elce
Tho Republican committee) for
vvaide.l. a .communication to the city
and county hoard of supervisors
rnic four week ago asking that tho
part be granted tho use of tho city
park on the ovcnlng of November T.
It has been .harged that this re
quest had been lost in the shuffle,
for the matter was again brought to
tho attention of tho city fnthcis at
Tho -'disposition of tho premises
brought"; Ma.v or Fern and Supervisor
Avlett Into a verbal tilt, the lesult
pf which was that IIIj lienor e.iab
out bcAt man.
Fein contended that tho letting
of tho parka was up to him, vvhl'e
Avliitt li.ml.i.fl nn lii Dillon ilpf'lntpd
iimi n, i-.i,,i 1.11.1 nub .imiiiliinotand It was conclude
had the granting of nich privileges.
The rjpshot of tho wholo thing la
that ir the Republican spellbinders
:11c allowed lo 1110 tho Aula Park
grandstand on election ove, then
thcr speakers of Democratic faith will
make their appeals to tho "Dear
Pccpul" from an Improvised stand to
be erected nt another spot within tho
It l.s predicted Hint tho Homo Rul
ers will also attempt to hold u rally
at tho park the fame evening.
One pining for excitement should
not bo obliged to go hejond the
limitations et Aala Park on tho
night of November 7.
Availing ihcmsclvcH ot the oppor
tunity nt tho noon-hour today, the Re
publican candidate.!, Including J. ('.
Line, Jim. W. Catlicart. It. V. Shin
gle, Win. K. Slmerson, HI Tnwso nnd
several others talked to the poolas on
the Oceanic dock. The meeting, which
was presided over by S. P. Malclua,
olio ot tho poolii leaders, was well at
tended nnd tho speakers woiu llMened
to attentively. Tho spoakors vvcro
applauded most enthusiastically at I lie
adjournment of tho meeting.
.MILD LI (J U 1 1) CUIILS
Skin Btlfforcrs! Drop greasy salvoa
and nasty incdlclncn. That mild,
I soothing liquid, I). I). I). Proscription,
stops tho awful Itch with tho first
drops. A doctor's proscription of
acknowledged value. Oct u bottlo at
Honolulu Drug Co.
JWT-"Foi Sal" cards at Ilulhitln...
s, rt. s i, .-., ;. (j, .;, 4, ,j, r.. fv 4, ti, ,f, ,(, j,
the early dovclopmout ot tho statu of
Oregon wan nn arrival by tho Sierra.
Mrs. Djo will probably remain In thn
Islands for mino llttlo time visiting
a numlier of iiolnts of Intcrost
Mrs. Walter M. (llffard. vvlfo of tho
well known broker nnd capitalist re
tinned this morning from an extended
visit to tho mainland
Allium: Iho nass' users Included In
tho unusually large list brought by tho
Slerrn vvns Itovoicnd J. P. Krilnmu
and Mrs. Kriluum.
A.-ll. Itcstnrlck. son of llltJinp lies
tnrlck arrived from San Fianclsco by
tho'Hcsscl as did nUo Mrs. Thomas
Flvo memtcrs of the family nf
popular liner and Ihev Incliido Mrs.
Peacn'ek, Tho Misses Doiothy, Kdlth,
Million and X'.ister Frank Peacock.
J-:. I.ons, ropr'hen'lng ono of thn
Important wholesale Honor houses of
San Frnnclsco Is down hoio on a bus!-
Josh Tucker of Iho Territorial Ijind
Ofllon Is Inck from n mainland visit.
Oilier pmpcngers nrilvlug by Iho
Sierra Included P. C. .loirs, R. I. I.ll
lie. J. It. McLean nil I S. II. Mnhe
Our Nov Phono Number Will He '
City Trntisfor Co.
CREW FOUGHT IN
BULKHEADS THREATENED TO GIVE WAY "DADDY"
CLARK, FORMER ALAMF.DA STEWARD, IS DEAD.
MAUNA KEA RETURNED FROM HAWAII LURLINE TO
SAIL FROM SAN FRANCISCO ON NOVEMBER 2.
Maintaining n determined fight II. C. Moiton, J, A. Wilson, O. Soren
against tho rush of water at great, son, II. I.. i..vons. Jas. Ako, Mrs. Kcao,
...i.i.. .... ,.. ,... i .....i .1. . C. M Roberts and wile. Dr. K. O. Wll'
vinin nun in mutual 1111.11 11.11 nuvno, uu
, , , ., . ' .
U...V..O ...... v-.v:.. ... t.i ......",... .-....-
gat on t liirtcied fielglitcr Novndau
bad an Intcr.otlilg stoiy'to le.l upon
their icturn to that port. Immediate.
ly following tho disaster which put
tho steamer tcmnninrlly out of com-
It h clalnied that but firty tons ot
caigo was tliiown over board.
Water light bulkheads ttiong
cncugli -iind otUndlng to tho main
deck Is claimed Is nil that saved tho
N'.n.l.-in from .. fliml restlim nbirn t
the boltoni of the Pacific. Later do-
tails show that Iho poit pitipeller of
tho st inner Hew off Iho th.ift nnd
punctuicd n hole In thu imrt quarter
Ihioiigli which tho water pjurod In
great volume. The bulkheads of tho
shaft alley were closed Just In lliir
to kein U.o kc. nut of the cnclneroom.
but etCn llicn'lifwas fo.ticd .ilia "iu,M- Hlftaril, Miss Fox. Mrs. Ncwmad,
nrinrn vfnufit'iftirst tho rnninirtiiuuit
; ,AtjI,fji5, o'clock. on. Monday morning.
efghCMIlevvesnAif Capo Illanco, nc-
COriH;I.C4pt:iit AndciMin, Iho port
screw Hew otf. Tho vessel began to
tnko water In her af'er holds rapidly
ed Hint the luvolv-
Ing blades had punctured a hole In thu " Jones, .Mrs. Jones, .Mrs. J. J. near
Ul.itps. t t j ncy, Mm. I- l. Kerr, II. W. l.iw,,Mrs
"ilirtkhe'h.i'K,ent(li'evvaler out oftho1 '"' Mr". F- B. Ico, Miss F. ; I.co
other holds, but consldcrablo cargo
bad to ho jcttfso-ncd lo right Hid ves-l
fcI, ns she look such u list that lho
crew thniiclit she was cnlinr lo, turn ,
completely over. Tho llnlils went out,
and tho work of shirting nnd Jell I soil
ing the eirgn was accomplished with
Tho Ncvndan pi"HCil Point ltees,
headed back for port, nt I2:.10 o'c'ock,
Hying distress signals which lend that
she was leaking badly. Tho tug 8iu
P.ovcr was dlpnatched to assist iho
frclKhtrr hick to port. Sho wan tied
up nt tho nreenwlrh-street dock nnd
ctrii pumps were ret to work to keep
the water down.
Daddy" Clark Has Passed Away.,
Willi tho arrival of tho C)c mile
rleainshlp Sierra nt the port tills
morning camo tho sad lldlngs an-
noiincliig tho death of a steamship
man who but fow yenrs ugi wns well
known to thousands of trans Pnclllc
Osmcr K. ti.uk. bcltir luinvvn ns
"Daddy" died ut his homo In Han
Francisco on S.ituid'iy Oct. L'tli.
Diddy fiark vvaa for many carH
In thu scrvlro of Iho Oceanic steam
ship company and ns rhlcf stownrd of
Iho liner Alameda waa known to thou
sands of Iravoli'i-s, Ho retired hnm
tho sol to go Into business In ffono -
lulu. Ho ictlicd from business nlto
gcthcr a few jeara ngo and until thu
Imo of 1,1s death r..Jovcd n comfort -
nble leisure. Ho vvas 71 cars of ago
nnu lien in n lends.
Mna Kea Hre from Hllo.
Theio will bo a rather small list of "iicox, 11. vv. nice, Mrs. nice, c. 11.
passengers for tho apodal trip to tho nfK"ard, Rev. U Kroll, Mrs. W. F,
Volcano leaving ut four o'clock thin'11"11' ' ' Cooko, Miss N. Robbing,
itrteinoon by iho Intor-lsland steamer j Mr8' Sulmnii, W. Schilling, J. II. Halo,
Minimi Kea. Tho Hilii p.ickn uirived' ''c s- s- Slorrn for Sun Francisco,
from tho Illg Island oarly Ibis morn
lug blliiglng nbnut llfty cabin passou
gets and a light list of mcirhnndlso
mid products of Iho Islands. Tho
height list Included Bhlpmenls of veg-
etables, hard wood, boino rollco, tain. " ' I,ow. Mr- Fruguo, Miss Urns,
2C3 head sheep nnd 120 packages miii- '" " A- Small, MIbs Field, Miss
dllcs. Purser Philips ioiorts iiiodor-Momt' J,IH- Furstor.ino, Mis.. Mul
io tnidi winds and smooth seas on ,cn ,ra' Jumea W. W. Drowsier nnd
the homeward trip,
Hllo Destitute of Shlpplrvj.
Illlo Inn tun has licou dostltulo of
deep sea shipping for a week past ne
eodpg to 11 )eport brought to Hono
lulu this mowing by Iho oniccrs ot
tho stpnnicr Manna Ken,
Per slmr. Matm Ken from Hllo nnd
way portB, Oct. 28, A, T. Rlcgcn, O.
F. Hymo, O. A. Wnnii. P. Cor boIo, A
Medelros and wife. Miss I. Cnbral, M.
.1 Hylvn, II. Il'agens, F. K. Thompson,
C. Lehncrs, Cnpt. Wnj. Howe. M. M.
(Iraliam, II T. Dursinn nnd wife. J.
T. Molr. .W. Tin 'Chnng. Mrs. H. Mad-
ileu, It. R. Rlgln nnd wife, C. II. Hall,
II. T. Haysel.len 11. It. Sniytlio, Miss
iTM. Nahlwa, T. S. Kim, K. Mhtsumoto,
(Jas. II. Love)
ON PAOE EIGHT,
,i ,, ,,, ., ,. , ... ,, ,
co, C. tl. Kinney, s. Kala, .Miss llusb,
Mll) iicrndt, J. II. Wilcox, W. Wall
w n i t.n..r Mra u a iini.iwin
It. P. Qiurles.M. 1). Monsarrat, II. M ' I ''"K""; ,ronl Mn,,l'n for lion Oct. 1J
,WUcl. Lowers II. II. Davis, Oeo." W.n. .t " ''ranchico Oc,. ,,
K. I-wo, I.. I.. McCandlcss. (Ico. Frol-
'""'I. IT. V. Norgaaul, Miss M. Nae-
"'0- t,rs- Rose, Hang Chock.
''cr O. S. S. Sierra, fiom San Fran-
cl"e". Ll- 28. !:. T, Anderson, Mrs.
-M- Areelll and child, Chas. rchcr,
A- u- Ai ledge, J. It. Ayies, W. C. Ila-
kv '. Haker, J. II. Decker, Mlsj
' Illaiichnrd, W, K. Ilrlce, Mra. Ilrlcc,
RcKlnald II. Carter. Oco. Chalmon,
. Chalmers, llariy Clark, C. W.
clilrk. C. 11. Collier, Mrs. Collier, Mrs.
A- K- Cooke, Miss Juliette Cooke, B.
A- C(M)per, .Ins. Crowoll, II. F. Damon,
" '-. Daniels, Mrs. Daniels, P J. Dun-
k'ls. MIbh Mimdo Davis, Miss K.
Iunnc, Mrs. Hvn Kniery I))e. Mis. W.
' I'-'gct. J. II. hidden, Mrs. M
Ocrst. .1. I.. IJIIIIs. Mrs. (Hills, Dorothy
,"-'l. " " ""... ... i....n, i
01llll- lvn Olllls, J. W. (lllmorc
Hiccn, Miss Selnia Oiccn, F.
rIur. rs. Herrler, Mrs, Aun.i I
XIrH- C. L. Jluniphrey, K, S. Ji
linns, ivan units, .1. v. (iitmore, Mark
Mrv- icimsoii. .Mrs. ,. j. Joliiii'.on.
"l'88 A. V. JoIuiBtou, P. C. Jones. T.
" " l-eldlg, Mrs. I.cldlg. Jllss llrma
l-cpomine, It. I. I.llllo. Mrs, Utile, C.
- i.ue.is. i-. .1. I ucas. i Lyons, J
' ' McKnency. J. It. .McLean. Mrs.
McLean, Miss Janctta Melxsan, Mrs,
Jas. McQueen, S. II. Mahclonn, ICdvv
Manning, Mrs, II. S. Martinez mil
child, Miss Allco Martinez. J. II. Met
calfe. Mrs. Metcniro, R. A. Morris,
Miss i:. M. Murray, Miss M. O'Neill,
Otto Ohs. Mrs. Oss, II, I'.ismuro, Mrs,
( A- Peacock, Miss Dorothy Peacock,
'Miss IMIth Peacock. Master Frank
. I'cacrck, Miss .Marlon Peacock, N. C
1'cir.v. A. It. Ilcsliirlck, Mrs. Reynolds,
Miss lllancho Itoynolds, Miss Mnrgue
lite He nobis, Mrs. A. Richardson,
Donald Ross, Mrs. Ross. Herman
Schcller, Mis. Seheller. Felix Schcl-
ler. ( W. Schunlli. K. It. Schwarls,
Mis. Schwnrts, Olenn II. Shaw, Vm.
SlmpKon. Mlrs Helen Sloan. A. C.
Spohlla, Mrs. Spohlla, Miss Cliarlotto
Hmilla, O. W. Stanley. ,Mrs. Staulfy,
-Mrs. K Sledmin W. V. Tuvior. Mrs.
Tn.vlor J. I) Turkor A. Y T110I. Mrs
Thus. 1:. Wall and child. It. M. Wat
sop, A, J. Walt. Mis. Watt. Harry
) Weaver. II. II. Wclek. Oco F, Whit-
more, .Miss WIImui, MIfs M. Wilson.
I'or stmr. Mnunn Koi, for Hllo (spe
cial tllnV Oct. 2R Hon Wlitlnwirn (1
,lt. i.n Illon.l, N. Law, Mrs. Law. Mrs.
iKcarnev Mm. Iliinmhinvu .T. iicinr.
Per stmr. W. fl. Hall, for Kauai
j))0rl8i ()ct. ss. '. ,',. Hy'8,.(clli Mr's,
Hayseblen, W. (1. Hall, M. Wlshnrd.
Per stmr. Klniiu, for Kali a I portH,
Nov. I. Mrs. II. I). Wishard. O. P.
Nov, 2. Dp. nnd Mrs. Hoffilinnn, Mrs.
II. S. I'armelee, Mrs. II. Hughes, Mrs.
It. I.. Fostor, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas,
Stownrt, Fred C. Smith, I). With-
Ington, C. A. Wood, T. K. Martin, Mrs.
child. Mrs. Klrkliiml, Mrs. Davis.
Lt. II. 1), Robinson, Mrs. J, Klrkland,
Mi. 8. N. Ilrnoks, Mr. and Mrs,' II
Hill, Mrs. Hnidy, Miss !. Fltzgemld,
Mrs. Doru It. Whcuton, Mrs. W, O.
Ashloy, J, S. Sopor, Miss Illcrlns, Mrs,
K. M. Ilund, Mss M. K. Parte), M
Filquc, Miss Oince. ,
Per stmr. Manna Ken, fur Hllo and
way ports, Nov. 1. Dr. Sexton, Mia
Sexton, D. I!. Munlfrk, Mrs, Mm dock
(1. (5. Kinney, Frank Ilaldwin, Mrs,
Ilaldwln, II, W. Rico, Mra. IIIco. noil.
Por 8. 8. Wilhelnilna, for San Fran
Cisco, Nov, fl. R. I.. Lovvman, Mis. W.
II. Perry. Mm. V. V Hall, L. H. Ar
nnlil, Mrs. 8. R. Harris, Mrs. K. M
Wlsuor, J. T. Jones, Mrs. Jones, Lieut.
H. 11. Robinson, L. Andrews nnd Dr
Friday, 0:t, ,
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8., S
lillo via way iorts Mauna Kca,
ttmr., a. m.
Tfiursda'yr, Oct. 27,
I'lig'l' Sound patis vli llllo Moxl-'
can, A.-ll. S. S., 1 p. in. , .... .,
Per slmr Manna I .on, for Kona and
Kail ports, Oct. 28. W. F, Drake, Mrs.
Sylvester, W. T Frosl, Miss Heard.
Alficd Patten, Mrs, Patten, J. P. Cuts.
II. Johnson, A. Hartley, M. Daniels,
Mrs. Daniels, J. F. Wools, M. Mac
farlunc, M. C. Wiiyno,
Per stmr. Ctnudlnc, for Hawaii and
Maul ports, Oct. 2S. II. W. M. Mist,
Malls nro duo from tho follow-In;
points ns follows:
San Francisco Mongolia, Oct. 31.
Yokohama Per Nippon Mnru, Nov. 5
Australia Per Xcalandln, Nov. 8.
Victoria Per Mnkura, Nov, 11.
Malls will depart for tho following
points ns follows:
San Francisco Per Blcrrn, Nov. 2.
Yokohama Per Mongolia, Oot. 31,
Vancouver Per Zoalnndla, Nov. 8,
Sydney Per Mnkura, Nov. It.
Hi(o:-i at San Frnnclsco. i i,,
Dlx sailed fur Seattle, Oct. 20.
Sherman from Hon. for Manila, Oct
Another Act In Attempted
Elopement Cacc Mother
Although It was thought yesterday1
that tho romantic stcry of 1-eo Young,
tho young Chinese lover, and his lx
wflllnn Bwcclhcnrt, had been happily
rounded pft by n marriage, no such
thing happened after all.
This morning Young appeared at
Iho police station ami svvnro out two
wnriants for tho arrest of his mothcr-In-lnw-to-be.
Ono charge vvns that tho
mother had kent tho daughter locked
up all night, and therefore acted un
lawfully. Tho second chargo was that
tho mo: her had assaulted Young.
When tho warrants vvcro sorved by
officer 'Ahreti, tho whole family de
cided to como to tho police station,
and four hacks wore chartered. If
Young thought that ho could smugglo
tho gill nwny nnd marry her whllo
tho mother vvns nt tho police station,
ho had anothor guess coming, Tho
girl was placed In n hack between
her mother nnd nn nhlor sister. Upon
arrival nt the police station Ilia moth
er kept a tight hold on the girl, nnd
the Chlncbo lover could not get any
wbcro near tho object of his affec
tions. It was nnnoimccd thnt Young had
mado nrrnngcmcntB to grab tho girl
ami get nwny to Konn on tho Mimua
I.oa. Tho plan vvns frustrated, hoW'
ever, ns tho mother took tho girl nlnng
with her to (he pollro station, nnd ns
Deputy Roso released tho old lad- nt
once. Young will hnvo to try soniq
other scheme. Tho 'family-seem to bo
detoimlued Hint Iho'gui shall not mar
ry Young, nnd tho next slop Is being
watched for with Interest.
TO SING FOR VOTES
Spccqhes of Agriculture Secre
tary Will Bo Aided By
DK8 MOINKS, Ct. 8. Secretary o(
Agrlculturo Wilson Is to Introduce
music ns a lure for votes Into the
campaign In Iowa this fall. Tho
music will bo furnished by his daugh
ter, Miss Flora Wilson, who was
trained for tho grand opera stago tiy
Jean da Rcszko lu Paris, nnd who has
sung with grcnt success nt ninny so
Miss Wilson announced today that
rho would sing nt ovcry meeting her
fnther addresses. She madq her pub
lic debut ns n slngor In April of Inst
5 ear lu tho ballroom ot the Hotel
Plaza, Now York, t
Her yo)cn Is hoprano, of umiBpnl
range and flexibility and of great
sweetness. Her fatlnir and a party
from WnshhiKinn nceunled "ir'lmjt nnd
hunioug., U10 .patrons, nnd -ijiilroiiejifcs
wcro Mrs. William II. Taftf Mrs. Jas.
S. Sherman, Senator nnd Mrs. Dopow.
Senator and Mrs. Klklns nnd Mr, nnd
Mrs, Andrew Carneglo.
Two days later Miss Wllfon sang
for the flrBt tlmo beforo n Washing-
ton audience at tho Columbia Theater
nnd won great npplnuso. Tho gov -
ernmont nnd diplomatic tots wero! of tho homo rule iiioyompht, were told
wall represented, I to the President, but tho cnll wns al-
Miss Wilson Is also said lo bo nn Inost wholly pf n foelal character,
nuthnr nnd In hnvo written n nnvellMrs. Tnft nnd Miss Tnft nsslstcd In
fiom material pocureil whllo pursuing eutortnlnlng the 'guest'iC ' '
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Sccond District Home?
There Is 11 tract ot 25 ncrys of
laud nt Kiilninnkownll vvhlcli has
boon Improved by tho daughter of
Francisco Dcnlx, nnd for thatland.
which vvas Included In tho amount
to be drawn for In tho soconij land
dlstrlit, Ihcro wcrqtvvcnty-BOvcii ap
plications this morning.
Tlic Bccond drawing In llio domo
Stead lands took placp at tho Onpltol
at 9 today, three 'nii'pllcuntsijiclng
picscnt, and Governor FrcatJ' nnd
members of tho press.
There vvcro flfty-ono lots lo bo
apportioned, nnd for this ndmbcr
there wcro thlrtyrclght flppllti(tlon.
twenty-soven of thepf .being for ontr
lot of land. . ',.'!' '
Tho story told by DenU, vvhi' with
his son, put In appllcntlons.Mvhlth
were drawn out more thnn half way
down tho list, after tho Iravvlitg waa
over, was Interesting. ' ' - f n
It appears that rcvcral years ago
his daughter took up' thhrlnml atid
were mnile, rcnccs.bulll, frUHl.irccs
set out, etc., when the dauRhtcrdled.
In komc way tho land thejiy't.vmo
bkek to tho Territory and hJlj'bcon
put up for this first drnwlngftyi tho
.district, j ' 1 H ill
The daughter who took up- tin
'and loft n girl baby when srji.'dlcd,
which Is sllll alive, and It .nppearn
lu justice that the land shnulti'go to
this child. ff
That It Is tho most vnUiablf- land
In the district Is eviden.ted.b' tho
'urge number of npplirfttlonsAor It,
three fourths of .nil .applicants ask
ing for this one plcco of land.
Aflor hearing Dcnht's 'fl,torx, nftcr
the drawing, tho land commissioner
advised him to get Attorney Correa
at Konn to write tho facts to thn
land offlco nnd tl(o;,mattcr would bo
tnken up to tho Attor.ney-Oonoral to
ceo If It vvcro not ppbslblo to glvo
tho land to the daughter of the dc.nl
woman who had originally taken II
up. ' '
There wore thlrty:clght applica
tions hi nil for tho land In the sec
ond district, nnd all but one wcro
The only application thrown nut
vvns that 'of Henry A. Wright, who
cnclobcd an application for laud In
tho Ecvcnth district Instead of tho
second. . ' ,
Governor Frcnr stated, 4jftcr tho
drawing vvns concluded lhat I16 vvas
surprised nnd gratified at thotlarge
number of applications mado, for
homesteads, ns It showed that tho
policy of (ho govcrnmsii In, this
mnttcr was meeting tho need bf tho
Another thing which surprised him
was tho fact that all tho application
wcro made out In the proper form
and none had to ho thrown out on
account of mlstukcs In filling out,
"which showed thnt land ngents In
different parts of the Territory wore
showing the people how to make out
their applications In tho proper man
ner. In tho case nf tho application ot
Wright, It Is thought thnt ho mlxod
up tho envelopes lu which ha placed
his applications, putting tho applica
tion for land In the rcvpnth In an
envelopo marked' tlift Sqebnd.H This,
however1, throws out' HioMiinilcatlon,
ns if It wero mado out Incorrectly.
Names nf tho applicants and their
positions on, the list arc;
H,,Honrjr P, Ifuohilu; ,2,, piilllp Kn
lua; 3, IMward Johnson L Don. J.
Jnrvls; 5, Knaun Kaale.knhl; fij John
Knlua; 7, Nolll. Sr.; 8, Henry, Kooj 9,
Mnlhow II. Knno; 10, John Kaucoj 11,
Jnmcs Aaron Carlisle; 12, John Graco;
13, nnlulo Knpclu; II, John O. Henri
qucs; 15, Horodo A. Nulll, Sr.; Hi, '..
P. KnlokuokamnllQ; 17, Phllp Koha
lewal; 18, John Klknha; 19, Miss Lou
isa C. Hcnrlrtucs; 20, lien Dcnlz; 21,
Knnnmu Koko 22, William Kaiuaim
lin; 23. Wlllamn. Srhrndor; 21, Frank
Dcnlz, Jr ; 25, Lnmcka Hoolapa; 20,
Humcku Kahilablla;.27, John Mnhl;
28, Miss Mary Hoiirinucs; 29, Albert
Kuunnniilu; 30, William 8. Nowiun;
.11, Kclkl Koko; 32, KalokurJr-; 33,
Louis Denlz; 31, Ho'nry' Ji j;inchnn,
Jr.; 35, Moses Mnku; 3G, Samuel Ma
luolkoo; 37, Miss I.jdla Ilourlqucs.
1 0 '
IRISHMEN. TELL TAFT, OF
PLANS'FOR HOME RULE
IinVhJRI.T, Mass., Oct. 9. A party
cf "homo rule," Irlshmon, Johu Red
f)iopd,..1olin IJ9ylo, and Joseuti pevlln,
nil 'members' pf Pnrllamohl, wero ro
celyejl as. jjlrltlsh subjects by Presi
dent Tit tv today, "' Mr. Redmond, lend,
or of his party In Parliament, was
accompanied by Mrs. Redmond. T.
P. O'Connor wns to finvo been a mom-
her nf tho dolegittlon",but''could not
, bo picsont. The plans nnd progress
IV 0 c k 1 j U u 1 1 e 1 1 u fl vcr'jear.
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