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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. WEON'MIMY. NOV
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Aloha THnple-iSprrlaL -v.
Honolulu Lodge Initialing mid
Iustnltalluii of Ofllcrrs.
All visiting members of tnt
Order art cordially Invited to
attend meeting! of locul lodgei
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
'tifntuc ctiniutrBM Members of
aninc cnuinxcna other Asso
EIEFICIJIUJWIATIOH ciationi cor.
HABMONY LODQE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
' Meeta every Monday evening at
I 9:30 in I. 0. O. P. Hall, Tort BtreeL
' E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
I ff' II. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
1 'All visiting brothers very cordially
DAHU I0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
i ' Meeta every first and third Frl-
I Bay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
earner Port and Beretanla. Visiting
I brothers cordially invited to attend.
. 5VM. JONES, C. C.
"" O. P. HEINE, K. It. S.
i BTAWAWAN IBIBE, No. 1, L 0. K. M.
1 Meets every first and third Thurs-
: Hsyii of each nonth at Knlghta of
pytlilaB Hall. Visiting brothera cor-
Blally Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem. ,
' ' "5 E. V. TODD, 0. of R.
I mnirrt 1IL1I AERIE. 140. F. 0. E.
I M..t. on the 2nd and 4th WED
I je JDAY" evenings of each month at
-ff:3l o'cloiVt In K. of P. Hall, corner
IBei itanla ad Fort streets.
: A iBltlng E.VSlea are invited to at-
!&... , W. iC RILEY. W .P.
Vfli. C. .mciui, w.
HONOIULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. E.
P'y' . . . ... T 1! Tl P O.
TTnnnlMItl 1JUUKO iW. -
"Bits, meets in their hall, on King
tat. near Fort, every Friday eve-
W nlfg. Visiting Brothera are cordially
..utiA.i ti attend.
mm,-. J AS. D. DOUailEnTY, E. It.
v , f flE0. T. KLUEQEL? Sec.
'tSjL McKINLEY iodoe, NO. 8,
-'Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
turning at 7:30 o'clock In K. o P.
Hon. cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
inc brothers cordially invited to at
ttad. ' H. A. TAYLOIl, C.C;
""" E. A. JAOOnSON, K. It. S.
I DEATH COMES TO
m i nontinued from Pace l.V
Hon, both stated this morning that
their organization will ho called to
eiher to tako action.
Ooy. Clegborn had been socially ac
tive for many years and tho social or
ganizations of the city will nlso honor
bijn. Next Sunday a majority of tho
ministers of tho city will refer to his
death from tho pulpit. At tho Kalu
laril school, named aftor his beloved
daughter wno oieii years obo, special
!4 corjimemoratory exercises, will he held
'f&f Inst'oad of Ulsmlaslng the children,
ib each toacher will explain to her pn
plls tho circumstances surrounding
'iho naming of tho school
Tlio TloiviihUmn nartv of Hawaii.
Tl Uirough Its central exccutlvo commit
5 U?, has nlrcady.drafted resolutions of
sotrow wblcmwlll bo passed at a meet-
?!r Ineis'oon."' It is understood that tho
fi Democratlo and Homo Hulo centrnl
SB committees will do llkowlso. Tho
QJBtdck" Exchange .and other organiza
tions will probably tako similar ac
tion. ?"5JCoifrti Adjourned?
This morning t.!i!of Justice liar!-
'well of the Supremo Court called tfie
-.Jtilgrfs of (ho circuit courts and tho
' -other coiirt ortlcltils Into the court
-wllllo adjournmeiit was taken until
'Friday out of respecU lo tho mcnioiy
. of tlio'lnte Oovornor ClogliOrn.
I. .Tho Chlof Justlco. Judgo Coopor
nrid'IAttornoy Stnnloy nil' imdo brief
remarks aftor which Ihu cotnt ad
A NERVE BUILDER
livery physician will tell ou that n
stimulant taken in moderate tpiantl
tic will build m tin- nerve tissues
and lucienso the vllnl forces Every
physician will nl (i tell uu to use a
pure stimulant Ml the world known
Duffy's Pure MaU Whiskey
Is nn absolutely pmo, coutle and In-
lgnrntlng tonic iitul stimulant It
nlds In curing disease mul by Its
building uiiil healing properties as
sists In lestoilng tissues In u gradual,
lienltliy, natural maimer. tlitiH keep
ing the old voimg In spirits It Is u
wonderful leinedy In the treatment
iind cure of consumption, pneiimunl.i,
grippe, bronchitis, coughs, (olds, ina
liirlu, low fevers, stomach troubles
und nil wasting and weakening ton
dlllous, If taken ah directed.
Sold In SEALED BOTTLES ONLY
Be dure tu get the genuine Write for
free medical bouklet, containing rmu
common sense ruleH for bealtn and
teHtlinunlals and doctor's udviio Tliu
Duffy Malt Whiskey Co, Rochester, N.
Y V. S. A.
journcil until l'ilda morning at ten
Both Jinlgn Whitney mid Judge
Hobliiton ndjoiiiued their eoiirls for
twenty four hours. Ihc same nctlnn be
ing taken In the I'eder.il court nnd
Judge Cooper wonlil hao ndjoiiiued
but for tlu fact thai (hero was a case
on the calendar fur which the Jury had
been summoned already, nnd tho
court did not think under the piesent
condition of tho finances thai ho was
Justified In paying the Jurors and ad
journing tho court.
Tho remarks made In the Silpremo
Court wero brief biit full of pralso'furj
tho departed citizen whn-wns onivof
the foremost f tho territory. 'r
Chief Justice's 6pesch. ,'
Chief Justice llaltw'dll.ifiom the
bench said! ' " ..It1-
In the Stitirenio Court of tho Torriiorat
of Haw-all:- ' ',-MtniiI
In Iho Jlatter of tlif 'ProceUriljl In
Memory of Honorable A. S. Cleg-
November 2, 1910.
Present Circuit Judges Coopor,
Whitney and Itoblnion, nnd Mr. V. L.
Stanley of tho bar, nlro tho clerks and
bailiffs of tho supremo court nnd tho
first circuit court.
The court has come In without, any
previous notice, for the purpose of an
JournliiR'OUt of leaped for tho memory
of Mr. Cleghorn, n man beloved of
everybody In Hawaii. It Is 12 jcars
slnco I first made Mr. Clegliom's nc
nualnlanco nnd during all these voars
I havo had frequent oppoitunlty of oh
sorvlng his kindly, nmlablo traits hi"
high sense of honor and his excellent
Judgment, I shall Join Iho community
In mourning his Inn.
Judge Cooper: May It pleaso tho
court, It was with n feeling of genuluo
sorrow and rcKrct that I learned last
night through a telephone messaga
that tho Honorable A. S. Cleghorn
was dead. I have known him quite
Intimately during tho entire perlixl of
my resldcnco in theso Islands, now
something over twenty )cars, anil es
pecially through the tiylng years of
chaiiRe In form of govoiument I, found
Mr. Cleghoin to bo courteous, consid
erate and at all times patriotic. Dur
ing the latter years, the past five or
six years, I have been quite Intimate.
ly associated with Mr. 'Cleghorn nnd
I havo found the samo spirit of love
for his doar country, his lovo for tho
Hnwallans not only for the Hawaii
ails, but lovo for all those who resid
ed here foreigners as well as native
(lorn, ami I feel a personal loss at his
death", J bIJpvcd also that the com
munity has suffcrm! n serious loss In
his going from IIS fie mrlnlnly has
been sturdy In his Ideas of tliu nd
mlnlstrullon of public nfTuliK and his
Inllucnce has often been felt In deal
with weighty questions concerning tho
government und conditions In this
beautiful Territory of oms I fol
that wo all sincerely mourn his loss.
Ono of the most beautiful nlacos
Ihe island, a homo w her, all t.avo
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shiouded In gloom, for tho master Is
Hon, A.S. Cleghorn passeM away at
his beautiful homo Alnahau, shortly
beforo nlno o'clock last night, aftor
nn Illness that has extended over a
number of wcckB, A couplo of wepksl
ago inc daily papers
tha ho was yorlously
W to nhiiHni.l to lite Immsi
"" .ijiiiiiiit(i tw tun uuiiitj uui nun nuu
lint 1iiLn,1 nn no n nan-lii ll,A .,!
iui 1'iti) jt tn it iiluihi tun (.nil
nml In ti.nt lm ,11.1 .iil.n rH !. I
. ;,.'"'. ".".::"',';'. .'"r'.ilin held many positions of honor In
beuer am'-rned Ihe f ai y hilT.
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lW ll.HI IIUIIUI lilI.WU IU IIIU HIIIBI
This Information was however kept!
from oven lutlmato friends and tho
news of his death was considerable "t
ft shock to tho wliolo city Bonornlly.
u-,i,,i,np. n.,i, rff.,(..i
Kalulanl's Death Effected,
lleforo tbo death of his daughter,
Tilncess Kalulanl. Mr, Clesliorn en
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, tl per hour, l.uwli Stables.
ilrthrl SI. Hark .Slum!, i'liunc I IS'.'.
It goes without saying that every
i thing Is llest at The Encore
, A new stunt every day nt tho'An
idior Balixin, Ntiuauu and King. J ;
tieorge .Muimncig. iiKiunoiiKe i nt
Itemlaiit was lined id this morOlni;
for heedlem ilrhlng ' j
Meeting this afternoon of thf Wni
man's AutlllM'y of the Outrigger Cn
noo Club lit club lioilse at. 3.4".
If you want a Rood Job done on nn
auto or carriage take It Id ilawailaii
Carriage .Mfg. Ch.. 427Queeu 8t.
S A. Anthony, chief, clerk In' the
office of the I' S. engineer bore, will
lene tomorrow for a well-deserved
vacation on tho coast
There will be n meeting of the ICa
melinniolin Alumni .it the clijb lionso
this evening at 7:30, a full attend
nnco Is requested Important busi
ness befolo members.
The funeral of the late Governor A.
S. Clegborn will bo held from the St
Andrew's Cathedral nt 2 p. in. Sun
day. The Territorial olllclals will
have charge of the ceremonies.
The only matter taken up In the
I;'cderal Court this morning waq tho
matter of the "lumber trust caso" In
Vililcli Judge Dole gave the govern
ment Ihlrlv days. to file Its brief and
die ilcrenscjjlilrty' days hoiond that
limb' to llloyrtib !(nR,wor All other
matters wero ratrled over as the court
adjotjrlieit mil of respect, to the lata
I!lg seas tolled In front the south
this morning, and prevented tho fegu
lar trip of the little Hutted Slates
quarantine auncl Oahvj to( Incoming
war vessels nnd' lumber' , vchiiinur
Alice Cooke. ' Thq federal jiiarantlnu
ofllrers boarded tho Japanese vessels
as they steametl througli the dmniiel.
The Alice Cooko camo Inside tho har
lior with her yellow Hag displayed at
tho foremast and wns also visited by
tio li pa I tii authorities Just a few mln
utc before going to her dock.
Per stmr. Clnudlno, for Hawaii nnd
Maul ports, Nov. 4. L. Hart, A. Untie
lieig;, II, II. Pcnhallow, Mrs. Penhal
low. ,,Pn S.,S. Wllhelmlna. for San Fran
clkco.lNcvy, 9. U. U Iiwmnn, Mrs. W.
11 Perry,' Mis. C. V Hall, L. li Ar
nold. Mrs, S. K. Harris, Mrs. Ii M.'
Wlsnor, J. T. Jones, Mrs. Jones, Ijleut.
It, II. Robinson, I.. Andrews ami Dr.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Tuesilii), Nniriiiber 1. ,'
SAN KllANCI SCO Sailed Nov. : '21
p. m., S. S. Tenyo Maru, for I Hono
IIAMIlUltO Sailed Oct. H:- "Ship
Mabel lllckmers, for Honolulu,
POUT SAN LUIS Arrived Nov. 1: 8.
S. SanUi Illtn, hence Oct. 2L ,
:: :: m a u a :: t r n axra i: a a
Jojoil (he, best of health., Vas rugged
nnd strong In naturo and seemed to
bo good for a long useful life, but
since that event ho has hlnwly been
going down hill as to health and hud
grieved within himself to an unlimited
Father Died Here.
It was tho death of Mr. Clegliom's
father that caused him to remain In
these Islands. Tho party that made up
-Mr. Clegliom's family arrived In Hiuio
lulu harbor In June, 1851, coming
fioin Auckland. Their Intention was
tu go on to the coast but tho death
of ,1r. .IcK)iorn's father whilst tho
ship was In this ha.bnr decided tM
family to remain he.o and carry o,i
the work thit they had planned to
carry on when they bail hrrlvpij 'at
their destination on the mainland.
Built Own Fo-tune.
.Mr. Cleghorn was but sixteen years
of age when ho landed on Onhu nil 1 j
with fhls clock In trade which consist
ed of 'willing hands 'and an active suit
ply or A;rny matter under his skull,
he wentt It with n .view of arriving
some. Place unar tho top and Iho rec
ord ho m.le nnd tho monuments that
he has left behind glvo testimony to
Starting with a htimblo clerical po
sition, ho mndo for himself a coreer.
In tho periods of which ho appeared
first as a wealthy merchant, then as
u successful loader of polities, then
jas a member of tho housa of nobles,
tlicn as tho husband of Prlncoss Like
like 7lslcr of Queen I.llluokalanl.und
still filter,, through appointment of
Queen Lijjinkalanl, he, became Oov
lit':""' "' g1T':""rk " '"T'T "
- Z Kr- -7,
ct.s.oms1, wh.ch position ho heid nn...
I Mi. ..inrllirnu- of llin mnnnreliv
To Prlvat- Life
A fow voars aen Mr. Cleghorn re
tired to prlvato llfo. but If any thlngj
it was mnro puuiic man uoiuro
through certain channels. Hrf'rjoramo
m Z 'M i ! Pwniiaentlr ldP,illnrf Wttlfi citarltnlllo
.w i u "iH liNlllutl8nn aooe44n?lllfe? part
isly Indisposed nnd ,-,, J, v,j.tih A.,! S.J, ii "I h.j.
, home, but this waJrTr-fOT...
fit of I
bile tiafW'ttmrRlndrp I
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i time of his death was n prominent
mason and trustee of Hawaiian Lodge.
Death was duo to heart failure
Mr Cleghorn would havo been sov
pnty-nvo yeara of ago on Novcmbor
1R l.l -nn IT.. ..ion ,,pn In T-.l ...
. ' . Sc0,iaml
I mirgn, bcoiianu.
"For Rent" card on sale at.
tho Bulletin office.
Our Now Phone Number Will Ho
rity Trnnsfor Co.
W 11 ii 11 jp 11 1111
.''ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PACE EIQHT.
8T0MIMD COASTERS SPEND
WINDY NIGHT IN CHAiEL
TWO STEAMERS REiCH PORT AFfER ROUGH PASSAGE
JAPANESE VESSELS AT NAVAL WHARVES MONGOL
IA DEPARTS FOR ORIENT, TAKING A NUMBER OF PAS
SENGERS. Two ntorm-toZFCd coaMlng "team-, Ifith. The oITlccrs on board the (lik
era belonging to tho Inter-lstaiiti' alili'i9l of n'lilcasaltt passago iicrcjij
lloit made port thh mornlii:; iif'ler. tM l'arlflp. They rcp,irt no 'itlckneki
r!,eileiitlnir olio of tin widest '"" .-'"' "' some six iiiiiiumi o ;
.iuit m ,,.. ,n,. ui,ii ,!,,. " Inil ntn.' On board tl Asanii i'er Btmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports;
l.m (t. fmni Miimi,i illicro nro. over plnet' naval cadoltt'Nov. L Mrs. II. I). Wlshard, O. P.
The ,Z V Hill was the' nddllloii of the two vcMoW rit fo Wilcox, II. W. Itlce, Mrs. Illcc, C. II.
Umt'or Wa "' .mV oJ "oh ." t' J"1 W" V "M , '' T 7" M.'ss' N "liobtlns
,,. ., , , ,,., - ,.?.. i brlglen up t ho fltipoatanco of Iho' hU Ha". J. P. Cooke, Miss N. Hobblns,
Purfcer James ligan repi-ts uMiorl- ,. ...,.. .... .,. ... ,.,Ki pr i xt. a a Mongolia for .tminn
nciig the ruiiKhtst Miit of vH-tii'icr.
,-.. 1I..1.. .......,,. ..1.1. In ,1,.,
weather Kteadlly grew worse until iho cn,l I which wMl Inc n,lo vIhV?
stiong southerly gales p evn i...o p
with high real.. On bo-ud the l'alli, ,., n( i,,,,,,,!,.,., i.a,,, VA."ni
.w,,. tit,' v....,,j ........ ....-,
were n number or Japanoe wno in
tended lo participate In tho enter
tainment or the lilll ers and men be
longing to the Nipponese squadron.
The Hall brought n light cargo, In
cluding 2 horses, 10 bates mid K
The I.IKellkif reached port at noon
today, nnd her oflhers report having
OMicrlejiced Hie same soit of weath
er after leaving IJleeln. The Like
like brought neither pasFOtigers )ior
Wllhelmlna Off for Hllo. '
Tho Matimj Navigation
WllhPlinlnn will sail Inr Hllo
yclock tomorrow ovcnliig w'ilh 'Hlosrt
passengers' bioiiKlit dbwii froni Ih"
coast who intend in tlsllMho volciuo,fibm Ilainlnirrt, by Iho German ship
bcrorO rcturiihig tb HiVinMnlaml. ' tho Miibel Hlckmers. Thh vcbsel Ik'. Jo-
..n.. . -. .a 't .... . .. . ; t
vvtlllclniltia 'is ' iirscliargmg 'ii largo
ahlpiiionr' lit Central in'eii'handlfo nti
thlk i)H Twelvo hlmdred tons of
fll'lght will bo carried to Iho Hawaii
Japanese Vessels at Naval Wharf.
The first-class Jupaneso cruiser
Asama nnd iho little, war vessel Ka
sagl camo Inside tho haibor nt nn
early hour this inoiulng and by ten
o'clock wero alongsldo the No, 2 naval
whnrf. Tho vessels sailed from tho
last Japanese port of call on October
S sm -S
mi i mm L JmuW
(Jnfl. II. Love)
Itiittnn Tnr llin nicf w.tKti
- - rr
uvilis Yho vpoSpIr will rpmAn'l,orl". Manila and Hongkong Ml
n port fiir n week before resuml-l ' Adams, V. H. Dnugh, C. A. B
. .. ,,,,
will tako on a considerable amount of
coal and supplies, ,
Alice Cooke Hare With Lumber.
A shipment of lumber lias arrived
nt tho nort by Iho American schooner
Allro Cooke. This vessel was -c
ported off the liarlmr early this morn
ing nnd she was brought In and berth
ed shortly bcfoio ton o'clock. Tho
enrgri conn's consigned to Lowers: &
rfjookp. The vessel was -Hilrly-thfeo
nays. in innKins 1110 pnsnagq inim t'l
..n.,..u ii, i, u loitum.-..
cdropcan Cargo for Honolulu.
a Iirgo'shljnnont of Kiiropohi
hllnno'nt of nuroilehn ttier-
rhnndlso ranging from galvnnlred ifon
vvnie lo glif Is enrouto to Honolulu
portPd hv late advices ns hrtvln
ed for tho Ishnds nn October HI i'.
Tenyo Maru Is Enroute. If"
A cable received nt the ngoncyiof
It. lIuckfeM & Co., announce!! tlio-jlc-partnro
o f'.he JnpaiiPi.o liner Tijityo
Mum from Pan lranclsco nt 'tjvo
o'clock yesterday nflornnon. The S'p3.
sol Is enrouto to Japan nnd Cbliri
Krt calling nt Honolulu. '
Echocner Ccfer.-Jjr Sailed for Coast,
Advices received fioin Mnul .pii-
The .beer That's
To Suit The Climele ..
j---i 4 Wednesday, Nov 2.
Japan ports on crulu Asama, Jap,
Cr., a. rii.
Japan ports on crulro Kaslcl, Jap.
Cr.. -li, in.
I Port (lnniblo Alice Cooke, Ant
schr, n in.
f ..Hawaii .nd .MnHl pofli Clnudlpc,
i mil , 11. 111.
ICflual t-orti-r-W. O Hull, stmr,, a.
Tuesday, Nov. 1.
Manila la .In pan jKirts Mongolia,
P M. S. S., .'. p. m.
Maul, Moloknl and Ijinal ports Ml
knhala, stmr., C p. in.
Kauai p6rts Klnau, stmr., C p. m
Wednesday, Nov 2.
San Krnnclsco Sierra, O. S. S.,
1013 a m
noimco the departure of tho American
schooner Defender for tho coast on
last Saturday. Tho vessel has been
discharging cargo a,t the port of liana
Wireless Inspector Leaves for Coast
Among tho departing passengers for
San Kianclsco by the Oceanic Steam
ship Sierra this mornlne was A. V
Tnbl Iho traveling Inspector for tho
United Wireless Tolo graph Company
I PA88ENGER8 DEPARTED
'i'.:;r in, it 1 1 ;t
IPfiV'Slmf: 'llVriTlntn Ifn' XVniri ' r
I'bV'Ilnif: 'Jtlkrihata 'foV WnhTanu
Molokal ports, Nov. 1 Mrs. C. C. Con
Chas, tlrahnm, Mrs. O. O. psgool.
,Mnstor n. S. Osgood, A. V. Ilelgger,
Mils K. Walerhouso, Master F. Wat
orliouse. Per S. S. Sierra for San FranclsCo,
Nov. 2. Dr. nnd Mrs. Hoffmann, Mrs.
II. S. Parmelce, Mrs. 1). Hughes, Mrs
It. L. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Cms
Stewnrt, Fred C. Smith, D. L. Willi
tngton, a A. Wood, T. Ii Martin, Mrs
It. A. Dow, Mr. Prague, Miss (Iras,
Mrs. II. A. Small, Miss Field, Miss
Moflltt, Mrs. Fnrsterane, Mrs. Mul
len,, Mrs. James W- w- llrewster and
child, Mrs. Klrkland, Mrp. Davis,
Lt. II. II. Robinson, Mrs. J. Klrkland,
Mrs. S. N. I! rooks, Mr. nnd .Mrs. y..,
Hilt, Mrs. Hendy, Miss M, Fitzge,'rald,
Mrs. Dorrj jlt.t Whoatrm. Jlrs., W. Oi
Ashley, J. S. s"oper. Miss Hlerlns,'Mr,s.
H. M. Ra.ni, Miss M. E. Dartol, M
Krlquo, Miss Orace, ,
Musical comody vls on the. boapls
for the balance of'lho week at thtl
ICmpIro Theatre. -Tho Will's Trio con
stltuto tho musical company and tho
Tongs and Instrumcnlnl muslcTq said
to, bo lively nnd hnrmonlaus, ' The
iniu-ical r kid CI J ;ls pot'pourrl fcom
blif.Hlon tliat 'sh6iild provo popular
to Kmplro pat ions.
Second hnlf of'propcrly, Incomo and
special Incomo taxes are duo and will
become delinquent on November IS,
according to a notice ostcd In tho
tax ofliee this morning.
n t. iVhCV
I .n.1 '
, (Continued from -Ioro l)i
The arrival of the Jnpaoese train
ing sqiutdrou was patently awaited
y a tcfbwd of Japanese arid other
nationalities numbering Into the
thousands. They lined the seawall
for a distance of several blocks, and
despite the steady rain which came
lip from the south, the mass ,ofrpeo
pie remained nt the waterHldn until
a number of officers, cadets ,and men
had been granted shore liberty,
lloth war vessels steamed through
a double line of gaily-decorated steam
and sailing craft as they approached
the harbor1. On the deck of the flag
ship was Btntloned a brass band of
twenty or more pleles, which p'layed
the national airs of Japan nnd Amer
ica. Rombs arid day ( fireworks were
rent Into the air, while cheers and
banznls rent the air as the cruisers
slowly made their way Into the Inner
Consul-General's Call. . .
When the flagship Asama had
docked, and the lines wpre fastened,
Cntisul-Qenornl tjpeno .aiirtf'oii tho
irecept1r) commlttik, consisting or
Y. Altai. Dr1. Halda, Wf OijbtosbTuje, A.
K. Ozawa. O. Tahlro And Weral
others also went oil board tin Asama.
They wero followed by tho newtfjaper
men. Once on board the flagship,
they were taken down belbwijttt' the
officers'' ward room. t f
CustoniB Inspectors Medeltp.f nnr
Taylor were among the flrtt tcj'board
the fldgshlp. The) did not tmatn
long, however, "
Yesterday, as tho two shlpsjpassed
tCauai, the men on board ,lhe Asama
saw a large shark, about six feet
long, swintnllng ri round the shlp.
They lost no time, but got Uielr
lines ready and threw them Into the
fcea. No sooner Jiad tliey dono' this
tlmn they hoqki-tl tie lndn eater on
boa Yd. Tho ka'nianliift shark was
son't 6Ver to the chief tteWrtrd.f who
had It cooked and distributed tip' the
men on board. ' '
At Hpme Tomorrow,. i
Tomorrow nfternocin, from 8 to
.-.tSO o'ciiuk' Admiral Tashlroj will
'give an At .'Home on hoard his! flag
ship In honor of tho Knipe'ro'r's llrth
day. Invitations dro bclnf Issued
Illuminations TortiorroW. ,
At the reception to b"e held to
moriow night at the Youiig Ijbtel,
It Is 'ex'nectcd that Adrrili'al YaShlro
will have hla ships Illuminated' for
the oVntlonT ConsuV-'Oe'nerarttyeno
stated this morning that he would
ask the admiral to throw tho search
lights of the wdrshipa toward" the
Yoiing'Hotel to lielp make thojpeca
sloil more brilliant. '
Tomorrow morning Admlral( Yn
shlro and his officers, IncliiUlnt the
cadets from the tUo chips, will at
tend the reception to be held at the
consulate. Captain Ilcrgor will fur
nish music duclng the reception,
from 9 o'clock.
Call on Governor.
This morning nt ipt30 the Jap
anese admiral and his staff, In 'com
pany with the Japanese Consul, paldi
an oflKInl call on Oovernor Frear at
Tho visitors were' received In1 the
Throne Room by the chief execu
tive, assisted by Colonels Jones and
Fisher of his staff. '
At 2 o'clock this" afternoon the
Governor returned the call ort board
tho Asatiia. j
CUT VINE CASE '
Late Judge of the District Court
Andrado appeared as prlvato cohiiBel
for the defense. In a malicious Injury
caso tills morning at tho Police Court.
The prosecution was conducted, by A.
M. Ilrown, and Judgo Lyincr was on
Tho caso resulted In n vordlct for
tho defendant, who was found not
guilty by the Judgo, "This matter
savors of a neighbors' tiff," remarked
the Judge, "but the evidence of tliu
police ol.lcer who saw tho ajfeged
damage to tho vine, Is convincing
enough; I tlnd tho accused not guil
ty." The wholo business 'uroso through
the man who lived In ono hoiibe cut
ting a vino that was rooted next' door
but had climbed the fence and'' at
tacked the adjoining house. The win
dows wero blocked by the vino, ,nnrl
the passngo down the sldo 'of tlm
lioiiBpwna reduced to nlmostjnothlng
liyHho fcreepor. "
Tho defendant In tho ense simply
cut nwny tho vine that was on hla
sldo of tho fenco, and did no damage
to the growth on the other twin's
property. An attempt was majti to
prove that, In cutting the vlno,y,e de
fendant had cut some on tiro other
side of the fence and, uUohad torn
down some laths that tliu treeper was
The cotton and corn crop of Geor
gia Is estimated at 1200,000,046 In the
annual report of the commissioner ot
nericulture made public in Atlanta,