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Oceanic Stilted. XlMi'
Aloha Trniple Sjirrliil, JT
Honolulu Lodge Initiating iiml
liKlallatloii ot Oflinrs
'All visiting memben of tn
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting ot local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
( MARINE ENGINEERS' Sh a
I KNEFICULAIATIUK. riations c"r-
' BARMONY IQDQE, Ko. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
fc30 In I. O. 0. T. Hall, Tori Street.
K. II. 1II3NDUV, Secretary.
II. 13. McCOY, Noblo Oran.1.
1 'All visiting brothers very cordially
. DAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mccta every first nnd third Frl
" Bay evening nt 7:30 In K. of r. Hall,
corner Fort nnd lleretanla. Visiting
I brothers cordially Invited to attend
WM. JONI2S. C. C.
I v o. v. iu:ine, k. it. s.
1 1 HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. It. M,
Meets every, first and third Thurs
days ot each rsouth at Knlghto of
Tylhlas HnJl. Visiting brothers cor
tftally Invited to attend.
. A. L. KAKIN, Sachem.
-. ' E. V. TODD, O. of It.
Ik',U . '
HONOLULU .AERIE, 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4 th WED--Kl.HDAY
evenings of each month at
-ff:ao o'clock In K. of r. Hall, corner
Itorptanla and l'ort streets.
Isltlng Eagles are Invited to at-
f&Oimv .y -r,. ,, Till 17V TW T
W'k C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday cvo
nlng. Visiting Ilrothors aro oordlally
Invited to attend.
r JAS. D. DOUOHEnTY, E. TX.
GEO. T. KLUEOEU Sec.
WM; Mckinley lodge, no. 8,
K. of P.
" Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
renlnK at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hill, cor. Fort nnd Derotanla. Vlslt
Inj brothers cordially Invited to at
Und. ' II. Aj TAYLOR, C. 0.
TS. A. JACOBSON, K. 'it. 8.
tKUUi1 A3 I I1MA - I Atvnii
COUGHS COLDS BRONCHITIS
, Aalmple. safe nrl eflectlvo treatment
Ifff bronchil troubles, avoiding drum.
Vaporized Craiolcne itopsthoparosytnii
ft Whooplne Couth and rellcvei Croup at
nce. It la boon to sufferer a from
A thro a. The air rendered stronely anlU
septic, Inspired with every breath makes
tireathlnc easy soothe the soro throat
find stops the couch, assurlnir rentful
fJrhta,- It Is Invaluable to mothers with
Send postal (or descriptive booklet.
aeptlo Throat T ab
uts for thu Irritated
throat. They aro
rim pie. effective and
antiseptic. Ot your
iruEtTst or from ua
10e. fa stamps
.'iT L' t
Complete Office Fixtures
for. immediate delivery. Address P.
0.,,Boz 207, Honolulu. '
r? HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
! VEiiij, Street Fish Market
fM l l
klT. UulJotlu fl per jtur.
i k i m r l t l u rt tvu .. ""' ""' " "- " i j arrived
MPLY LIGHT AND
Warmer docs the rest
The Wclkom Warmer
Klzo 3'4xo,- Inches, weight 4'.i
Tho only modern, wife, effectlvo and
HoiiBiblu Hiilistltuto fur tho ntiliiiiuled
Hot Wnlor Hag
No water to lir.it no rubber to rot
V ill lust for c.irs
Tlie Warmer l'i m.iilo of ti'ctnl licat-
ed within one minute h) tho lighting
. .. - 1
anil Insert Ion ot a paper tubo con-i
mining u hl.mlc.., Mimkcless nm, I
odorless fuil g-nei.itlng a uniform .
heat which lasts oci mo hours at nl
cost of lees than one icnt It Is dined
lo 111 uui portion of the body and held
in pliu e ti) mo ma of a bag and belt
allowing the wearer to moto about at
t rn hu,i,i:it
Tho Wolkoni Warmer has no equal
It (.in bo put Into constant action and
Is Indispensable ill cacs of rheum. i
tisni. lumbago, neuralgia, sciatli.i
Hy lilaclng thu Warmer on tho uf
fectqj part the heat being dry, not
moist, hakes out the cold I'liysiilans
fny that the molRt heat of tho hot wat
er bag will not cuio hut nggr.uutc thu
ailments above mentioned.
Many halo been hold not .1 t'nglu
Complete outfit Including Warmer,
bag bell, coll and 10 tubes of rnl i.cnl
nicpnid to any part of the 17 S. iipoi
tecolpt of tl UO
If im wish to know more aboi.t this
wonderful dpi Ire write today for free
WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO.
Ills Fulton M., rii nrk.
WILL BE HIGH
J. Lowrey Prophesies In
crease in Prices For Next
That lumber of alt kinds Is llkel
lo bo higher n"xt jenr llt.ui this In tho
Terrllor) Is tho propliesj of 1 J. Ijw
rcy, of Loners & C( okc, who sees u
variety of causes combining to form
an Increase of rates.
Incidentally Mr. Lowrey disposes o(
tho story that came from Tucinia,
Wat.li., recently which stated that
Lowers & Cooko had broken with tho
Paget Mill Compui after years of re
latloiis and would h"iiccforth load no
more lumber bchooucra nt Port (l.im
bio and Port Ludlow, both of which
aio controlled b) tho big lumber con
"Our relations with the Pugct Mill
Company haio always been most
pleasant," said Mr I owrey tills morn
ing, "and lln'io Is nbsolut'l) no truth
In tho story Hut wo had ipiit doing
business together. Wo will continue
lo do business with Ihem as well us
with other lumber concerns.
"Lumber latcs for next ir tironi
Iso to bo high. Coupled w I'll tho nat
urally Incieaslng price) duo lo heav
ier demands and lessening supply. Is
tho wholesale, destruction of forests hy
fires J n Idaho, Montana nnd other
Btatcs this summer.
"Tho Pugct Mill Company Is. not
cutting ono stick ot timber on nil Its
last rcscries. When It tells, It hu)
tho Umbo- from others;,"
Infantile Paralysis Being
Handled By Board of
Pioeldcnt .Mott-Smllh of tho Ten I
torlal Hoard ot Health wishes all par
ents to understand that thero Is no
Bpctlal al'iim necessary pui tho imsoj
of liifnnlllo paralysis In Iho city.
Tho Hoard Is taking ovory prccau
Hon und Is Investigating every enso
Oidors have been Issued that tho
children In families whore tho illseaso
has mpicaicd shall' ho taken from
school, and no others need 'car the
Another point which Is not genoi al
ly known, ncc'irdlus to tho president
of tho board. Is that chlhlicii of brhool
ngo nro seldom nlfrcted by tho iIU
case, It being especially an Infantile
Many parouts hnio Insisted In tak
ing their children from tho public
vdinols, hut this Is unnecessary as
the Hoaii) if Health Is taking nil pos
sible pieeaulions lu Iho circumstances,
according to lis officers. ,
21S5 PilllorI.il mains 22.10
biisln.ox nfllcf. Th('c nro Iho tide
phviiv uunibcrit of (liv II u lie tin.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Aulos, SI prr hour. Iwln Stables
Ilelhrl hi. Itntk Maml, I'lmtir- 1I.V!.
It goes without saying Ihnt every
tiling Is Host at Tho Lnioro
A new alutit over) il.iy at Iho Au
thor Saloon, Nmiami and KIiir.
It 0u want a good Job dono on ntt
nuto or cnrrlago take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 127 Once.. St
Oahu l.odg- No 1, Knights of l'v
IIiIih meets Imnonow night at 7
('clock. Work In pige nml rwiuiic
The Hawaiian Liilnni tlnRlr.il So
clt-ly Mill hold ll i ''SUi regular tni'ct
lug this iiflrriiooii at 3 ::n at Iho II H
I' .A Lxporlmciitnl station on Kccnu
Miiich Kalioh.l Ii.ih been aioliili'd
cliclliu Inspulni In the H'M'nlh pie
rilict of the lliltfl dlstilct In placu or
J. .1 Wahh, the latter being mado
u ii uii ii. mi iiiiivi s. si iii tail
hnlniuii of ll.c board In place of II 1
Max Sililcmnicr. who w nt on trl.il
this morning In Iho I'eiletal enurl
ihaigcd with hrlnglii? alldii lulo the
rniiti'l) (ontrarj lo law. Is being tried
for the sf'iond offcii'-i' I isl week lie
was neipillt'il on a similar ehaige
(lie iiircn-c lining to do wilh liriiiglug
lapanes! lo l.ajsan The trial be
gun l( il.i Is foi bring ug Ihe tame
(lass lo I il iixki isl mil
TO BE SOLD
That Iho Athletic I'.uk will mmhi In'
Mild, Is tho news that Is going Iho
omuls of the (lt The Knmeliani(.ha
Alumni Is said to be (onslileriug tho
piopoidtlfln of bujltig tho Park, und
In that otcnt tomo ot Iho giouiul
would surel) bo let.iiued for athletic
Iho Athletic l'.uk has had a larled
cueer ami somv exciting oiculshaio
been pulled off there. Still owing to
wet weather ami lack of Kirta out
side of b.ihchill tho park lias been
Idle as much as hctcu months out of
A imposition was nude lo the Oalm
League homo mouths ago that they
should take oier tho gioimds. That
was before the aiilval of the Waseda
ball team; If Iho local league had
taken tli- ground then, the whole
place wniiiii nnw nearly uato ucen
"priil for '" ''
Tho deal which will turn I lie AUi'
letle Par kincr l Iho Kanielianieha
Alumni will ho m.ido In a day or so.
Tho prop it). In tho bauds of some
ono who would look after, and rccuro
all srls of sporting cienls to bo pull
ed off theie, should bo a pa lug pro
position fiom tho start.
Thd revival of William (llllctte's
eomcd of International fame, "Tho
Prlvato Scerelar)," will be gvcn at
tho Now- Orphcum this ovenliig by
Ocoigo Howard & Co It will bo
ontlnued for the lnlanco of the
week,' and on Saturday a special
matinee will bo given for Indies nnd
children, nt which tho popular -'-
fur-any tea", In-tho-houEo prlco will
Next week, for three nights only
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
David IIoIiieco'h gieat Western
drama. "Tho Cllil of tho (loldeu
West," win ho tho attraction, nnd
Us presentation piomlscH all tho
fenliues of Iho oilgluul Now York
pioduitlou. This will ho tho llrst
time that tho gieat play, In which
lllniicho Hates btnrred pfr three ten-
Mins, has over been prodiued by n
stork company. Owing to tho great
demand for tents for this oxtraor
(Unary attraction, no reservation!
will bo hold lifter 8 o- loci; on llio
night of tho pcrfnrmniro for which
tickets h'tvo been set aside. Owing
to tho length of tho piece, tho cm -tain
vill rlso picmptl) at KMa
Up Jo tho present tliuu the in has
been no appointment mado to fill tho
vacancy In Iho olllco of.-tho attorney
general mado vacant by Iho appoint
ment of Deputy Ljmcr to thu bench
or tho district court, although several
pel son s.iio being considered.
Those whoso name are hetoio tho
nttornc) general nro Messrs. Smith,
Itohinson, Sclinack and Curry, hut
nono oxaitly fills tho bill according to
Ihe appointing nfilcer.
Tho nttornoy geneial says that tluro
nio inanv mutters pending before
conns of Ihe nlher Islands nnd he
wants a man who Ins had ronsldor
nlilo com t experience to take tho
plato of Jiulgo I.Miior but has ns cl
iKclikd upon no ono.
Our Nov I'linno Number Will lie
I'll!' Tiunsfcr Co.
NO MONUMENT' WILL RISE FROM
sale of mxmm
OPIUM ON HAND MUST BE'DESTROYEDl SIBERIA TO
BRING RECORD SHIPMENT OF'MERCMANDISE FROM
THE ORIENT CHILCOTT ARRIVES AT COAST LUR-
LINE IS" NOW EN ROUTE
lloinled In IJio'vWu hri.1 blora
looms at Iho lpc.il, eusl.iiiis houtq U
...a n'..ki. .....ii (i.. i
opium in IIiih largo an I mhiII, Hi
will total over Hie htm Ire I, tut conn
Inc Iho nddlllimallotHofilonu thai bawl
, ' " .,
mil uceniiy neen bi'ixiu as louirauanu
by the Federal 'ollicerii ami U at pic-
sent In Iho cintodj of Iho United
Kates illitrlcl alloiuty and tho mar-
'Iheie Is no piMslh.lll) that this
tuic of opium will eicr llud Its way
into channels of trade or barter ng-ilu.i
Thcie Is u hard and fast ruling
fioin Wiirhlliglou tint all eonllseatcd
opium miiKt bo dpstmjed. Its dcstiuc-l
Hon must take place In tho presence
of liu tvnthy wIlneKctM. I
The opium now In the custody of
Collector blnckdlilo Is ciiefully guaid-
ed. It will be helil mull sudi tlmo ns
Iho eases now under Investigation
haie either been dlnmlsscd for lack ofl
evidence or brought In trial.
The opium Is to lie used us evidence
and when It his tened lis purioo tho
ill ug will then bu icmlcrcd unlit fori
Lomincrclal value. j
While this 'ruling generally obtains
at all Ameilcin poll, Iho opposite Is J
ohacncil In inan.1 largo centers
thi-oiighuuv tlie.F.r Kast. I
At Saigon, iiiijj ctipltnl of French
Corhln-iChlna. tberii stands at tho In
terscct'on of two of llio principal bou -
levnrdii, a thoatro (hit has-no rnuil
In point, of arrhllccturo or ouallty of
ni.V.oiljl Ju ho Last. Tills homo for
grand opera was built hy funds deriv
ed from tho sale of confiscated opium.
Tbo cost of tho building is cstlmnt'd
at n lllllv. ,ovcr one million dollars
gold. Maildo und granite figure In Its
( (instruct Ion while- tho most noted ar-
tls's of Franco wcro cmplojcil to car
r out tho mignlflccnt dccoratlvo
rclicme to ho found In Us grand si '
ions, lojcr ami mo main poruon ot,
Largest Vestcl In the World.
A Ilelfasfcablo of ncent dalo says:
Tbo White Star liner OI)inplc. Iho
i...nn, .,.uni i.. i... ....pi. i .......
HUhf i. ivovi in iiiu .' tin, i.na
i i i . ,i .. i ... in i
launched at the Harlan and Wolffs'.
hhlp yard early today. Tho eonnless
of Aberdeen, vvlfo of tbo vlecioy of
Iiclaiid Lhrlsleiieil thu I-ovlatliluu.l
I.-...I.. II. ..-... I ....n.. ..II,.... In. I II.,.1
TIHI3 IllWIinilllll I'VlOI'llD lll.l IKIll IMU
, ,, ill . ii i ...iii.
launching which waa carried out vvl'h -
, , ,, ,
tnt a ,I,,C'1'
Tl... Ml ,!. I.. .. .,1.1.. ..f Hi flnfi Inm
,...'.:...;',.,..;,. f,.i'"i"l "t n dato set for tho depaitu.o
Tho liner Han , horsepower en-,
glues capiho of .Irving her nt n,
V ', T
will number CM and Iho Khlp has ae-
ronimodatlona for COO IlN. cabin pas-
:...'.. ltr." "'"'" """ "-vv
Big Cargo by Siberia.
What Is ciliBldorcd tho largobt ship
ment of Oriental freight doatlnod for
Honolulu ' 'ny mmitbs Is reported.
""" miivo nn "" '" ' ..".i-
ncr 1 1 in ny mo i-aciuc Ainu liner ai
.er 11th by tho Pacific Mai liner hi-
le.la Tho vessel has sailed fnnn
nkohami and n( cording to u cahlo
reccvod nt tl," local agency of 11
lackcld & (. tbo Slbe.la Is bring-
lug Ihrconousnnd tons of goncinl
iiicrrhandlso fioni Far ICasleiu ports
mat win ue ion ui iioiioiuiu
inn came niso suit's ma inero w.u
ho room on tho popular liner for nt
least ono nuuiiie. eio.ii i.issi-i.kciii
mo p.ciie.u iKKiKings in mo biua. ,.-
ttuip iiiiii-u uiuicuio iiuu uii uiinii:uiii4
can bo uicomuiodatod.
Wllhelmlna for Hllo Today,
Owing to an unusually largo cargo,
ot general me.chundlse brought 'l"wn, twcnl-tlirco (lavs lu making tho rc
rrom tho coast, tho vvork'of dlscharg- ,, ,,, Tno VC1)I,C, , ropoVted
lug Iho Matson Navigation stonmor1
Wllhclnilna has lerpilied moro tlmo to
couiplclo than nt Hrsl plauned. Tho
ichfil is o-peete.l will got nway lor
llllo at llvo o'clock this ovcnlng. Thuro
Is nearly tvvelvo hundred Ions of
fielglit on boaid tho votsol destined
for merchants und Importers or tho
Crescent City. Tho Wllhclnilna will
also cairy u number ot passengors to
tho Hlg Island.
Logan Here Tomorrow Morning.
A bite wireless tioui Iho United
Statos arm.v transport Logan nnnounc
vs tho piohable ui rival of thu troop-
(Jas. It. Lovo)
ON PAGC EIGHT,
ALAKEA WHARF BARREN,
Miln from Maul i tomorrow n.ornlnp
l l ' 1'fcrrnl liitcn'lon to hold thy,
"! "! tho mirt until Saturday 'at
which tlmo sho wilt sallTor Han Fri .
, . ,, ,. , It.
risco i.iki g among i io nisscncersi
f.... , ...i.. ...i..iiJ '.'
"' ",'""; """"'"' uu,",,,Tnlr. II lIordorn.NvW.Potvlnc,J.ll,
iiiiks nun aicfiiuc. it
Tho transiiort Log-in left Manila, diy
October 16 for SanFnnclreo wlthM&li
cisuils, tw'ent-two military convicts'
eighteen sick loldlcrs, four oniccrs-of
tho United Htalos Arms '"r Nagasaki
and eight for tho United States, will
nnlic here tomorrow.
November, a Busy Month.
There- will he n ltngo number ot
mall steamers nriiilng and departing,
from the poit of lloiinluhi during.
Noiumbor than haio ilslled hero In
many months. In fact tho present
month iiiinroaclics closo to tho recull
established to local shipping circles,
Areoidlng to uvnllahlo advices tho
arrlva's Include thirteen trans-Paclllc
stcnmcis v. I'll eight dcparttrea for tho
No account has been taken of tho
coming and going ot tranfports or
Qerman Training Ship Taklro Ballast,
Having dlKtliargeil a shipment, of
gencial ciigo brought from lluropc'nn
ports Iho Herman training ship Cd
rllo llcrzrc'n that hail been laving at
tho iort hlneo October 7th Is pis par
,,g for ea. Hlnco tho first of tho
week a quantity of liillnst has been
going lulo Iho vessel and It Is expect'
cd that Ihe ship will le.lvo Iho part
on or about Saturday.
Enterprise Arrived at the Coast.
According lo lato cables received
hero, Iho Mabou Navigation steamer
i-ni.....rk f-...,. ii,,,.i.,i,. ...,.i ii..,,i
tnbl liv lliilll iiwiiiiiiiiii titi( iniuui
,,ortK nrrlvod nt San Francisco on last
Tuesday. This vessel loaded boiiio six
himdied tons of sugar at Muhiikoua,
nnd was tho llrst steamer of nnv ulzo
outhlilu of those operated in tho coast-
lug Heel, to call nt tho port for cargo.
., .. .... ..
Lur nc Enroute to Honolulu,
., ., , . . i .i
Tho Matson Navlgitlon steamer
Liu Hun lias sailed from San Francisco
Willi Honolulu as her destination, Tho
voii-cl left tho co.iiit jestciday nt ono
I . I ,i r, ....
lotlotk 111 tho afternoon. .As tho Lur-
' ,. , , . , '
i iiuu is ii n
of tho Wllhelniln
,,,, a ,a rolmKllmclll of ,,!,,
"liWcs nml other lines or, Hawaiian
, , ,0 ril.,j,llor Virginian from
I Tacoma nulled at San Francisco yc3'
lerday, according to advices tecolved
at tho local onico of the American
Mill nailers for Maul.
When Iho Inter Island Blcamor Clan-
dine salts for Maul audUla'wnll porta
ftfl , fcb , ,
CIirK w t(mllit ,,,-j ;UBar ,,
)1)oi c(rl weI(,h CI ltollB. Tll0
I ,,.,,. , ottllei r,)r KlllulIlll,
, , , 0al t
i ,,1rgor Jumc, ,1Ran 0, U0 Htoallll!r
w JM nrtMnK , Knlnl I10rtH
JC8t(.r(ny morning, icporls ROO bags of
( K s M ,, ,6,0 ,,,( , v, K HURar
nwauillK Bl,,mient on tho Garden Isl
Tho Amcilcan ship Mailmi Chllco't,
i'ir;'c.cd lu tho tinnspnrtntion of oil
,,,..' ,,, ,,... ,, . ,H,a,u wns
to hnvo urilvcd at tlavlota on last
llter.i.dand nnd O. II. & U Shipping
,....ka fr H,.u ... m1u uuiiutln
olllco. Cflc uic.li. - a
. ., .
Jjr. XlUSfll Jl. UlCKeV
I Eye, Er-, Note- Throat. 1150 Ala-
j ken stieev (opposite Hoyal Hawniait
Hotel). Hours: V-VZVM and IIUU
430. Sunday. 10-11. Eveniucs by
appointment. Teleohone 3024.
Wednesday, Nov. S.
Kauit polls l.lkcllko, iiluir., p. lit
Wcdnenlay, Nov. 2.
l'ugrl Sound polls l.udlow. Am.
uclir., p. in,
PASSENQERB BOOKED I
Per ctmr W. tl Hall, for Knual
IMirtH, Nov, 3. Mrs. C. A. Nelson, Ai
H Wllrox, Mrs. Wlhox, Miss Qnlnn,
It P. t)ii tries, Mis II .lorth, It. P.
Iloblnjon. 1' O. lloycr, E Mollcr, Mrs
j Per stnir. Claudlnc, for Ilnwnll nnd
Maul ports. Nov. 4 Mrs. II. A llald-
Win 1 llrnnliv. A (! llenCRlow. 11.
Cuxton, .1. Ilrtidy, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoss;
M. Kingsbury, Mrs. I:. Mallna, A.
Ilancberg. .1 1). Ilolo, J. II Hunt, II.
II, Penhallow, Mrs. Pcnhnllow, C. M
ltobcrts, Mrs. ltobcrls, .ludgo Kings'
bury, Miss McLeod.
Per Blmr. Klnan, for Knual ports.
Nov 8 Mrs. Jaeger, C. w. C. Deer
Inc. Mrs Deerlng
Per stnir. Mnunn lia, for Konn nnd
Knu ports, Nov. 8. A. (Irundlinnio.
.las. Ako, Ij. Chong. C V. Ashford.
Per s'mri Manna Kca, for llllo nnd
way jiorls, Ndv. 8. Mrs. 11. A, llildi
vn U,U. May, II. V. Kimball, U-M.
Camplioll. Mrs. Ciimpbcll, J. O Young.
Per stnir. Mlkalnla, for Maul and
Motnkjl ports, Nov. 8. A, F Judd.,
wnl,rlmlnn, lor San rrapclsco.
' . M' u 0 IjCdK M
..' .. ' :.., , ,,
Per Matson Navigation. Btoameri
, J. Hunt, Mr.
""V m r n tir wn n
and Mrs. F II. Ilrown a
nd child, Mr
. .i ...... ,. , ..
nil(l airs. u. IV. l-novis, . i ".
F.igct, U Androws, tlco. F. yiiltnioro,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Jones.i Mj sj W. 1L
Perry. Mrs. C V. Hall, Mlil." U.Pot-
wlno, Mrs. C. Torhrrt, Mn nnd-Mrs
A. C. Kllnnlngcr. Jns. McCnbo. Mr. and
I Mrs. John T. Jones, Mrs. C. 12. Sedg
wick and daughter, Mrs. 12. M. Wisncri
Mrs. S. M. Hobo, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
12. Itnynl and child, Mrs. S. 12. Harris,
Mr. and. Mrs. II. W, Ijiw, I 1-2. Arn
old, Miss I). Cnstlo, Miss M. Cnstlo.
Mr. n p ensile Wm Ikln i:. J
i,,i. nr. d Mrs. M II. Innon. 11
's Johnston, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. P. Ilald-
win, Max Straus und nurse, A. (1, San
Secretary Wood Tells of Pub
licity. Received All Over
inlprcst In the Islands all over the
vvoild and partlculaily among business
men or the northwest Is reflected In n
report mado this afternoon lo tho Ha
waiian Promotion Committee: by Sec
retary II. P. Wood. Mr. Wood snyB
Itciiucsts for our folders Mom Hull
way and Steamship Agents kcop com
ing In by ( very mall, Iho letters stat
ing Hint thcio is an unusual demand
for Information about tho Islands.
Tlicso reuuests coma from ull parts of
tho United States Bhowlng a very gen
crttl Interest and Indicating n larg:)
A. M. Culver, Ocncrnl Agent of tho
Oceanic Steamship Company nt Loj
Angeles, writes under (Into of October
ud In part ns follows:
"I think the outlook for Honolulu
travel this winter Is tho best It has
Tho Manager o( tho Steamship no
pal tment or thu German-American
Savings Hank nt Los Angeles writes
under date ot October 25th:
"Wo havo about 200 prosjiccts tor
Toms to Hawaii for tho coming win
Tho first tot of our mailing cards
'Winter Sports in Hawaii" which
were sent out havo been vvoll ncelv-
-News from Arizona.
Tho Secretary of tbo Phoenix Ar!
zona Hoard of Trado expresses his ap
preciation of Iho card and says that ho
mailed Iho extra cards wo sent 111 in
to persons likely to bo Interested In
Tho District Passenger Agent of the
New York Central Linos at Iloslon
w i lies under dato or October 19th ns
"I beg lcnvo to nckiinvvlcdgo receipt
of jour letter und mailing cards
"Winter SportB lu. Hawaii;' I shall
taka ploasuro In distributing theso
cards and will nlso bo glad to recom
Incnil Hawaii for a vacation trip when
over opportunity offeis."
A short tlmo since wo received u
copy ot ii, Sunday edition or tho Itocky
Mountain Nowh published at Donvcr.
Coloraifo,. containing a reproduction of
Hoggs Sur.r Itldcr as It nppoared In
tho, "Illustrated London News,." the
jilc'turo helntf entitled. ''An .English
Sport," Wo wruto to tho editor of
tho paper, sending lilm mnttor ilea
cilptlvo of Ilnwnll us well as somn
half dozen photographs of surf rldcis
Hy tho hist mill wu received the fol
lowing letter lu reply;
"Accept my sincere apology for hav
ing credited tho Surf Itlder to Knglan.1
tns'cad of Hawaii, In tho near future
I shall uso somn of the matorlal you
Seattle Excursion Assured.
Tlfi following letters show that Iho
possible trouble between rival Inter
ests In .Seattle In regard to tho excur
sion liavo been clcurcd uway1.
Mr. C, .11. Yniidlt,'jlccrotar)' vMbn
Mint I In Chamber of'Cohimtrco wrtirn
"For rcasona i which cither Mrs.
HtMdiis? or I wll later explain tolyrsi
In del nil, the Chamber of Comniercn
hss found It liniaisslhlo lo Ibis Hson
nctinlly conduct the excursion .which
will leave Hits port on Iho 2nd of j'eb
runry for Iho Hawaiian Islands, ftow
ovcMIt Is left In shrh shape that; tint
Orand Trunk l'aclllc titennishlpiCom
Vany will Itself conduct Iho excursion,
and I liavo niilhorlty from my Hoard
of Trustees to cotnthlsslon ten Icalllng
Inislness men to inako tho tl 1 p hh' our
representatives on hoard tho shlf, ho
that to. all Intmts ami purposcsloii
can handtc tho excursion In hiicIi n
wny Hs-tomcrve yoiif pnrosc nt thai
end of tho lino, Our representatives
on bpard will bo Instructed do inako
n closo study of trade relations 'with
n ilcw to grcnlcr dovclopmcnt nnd
will bo directed to co-opornlo 'with
your body In every wny to. bring about
bettor facilities with which to Increase
our trade 'with Iho Islands
" You may rest assured that becatisn
of jour Interest in this excursion, llm
omccrH of Hits' Chamber-will do all
that Is wllhtn Ihclr power,- unofficially,
tb fill the ship nnd lo make It thn
sjicccss. which It should and undoubt
edly win provo to ue.-
Many arei Comln?.i
The letter f rom.hu Mnnagerauf tho
'Seattle- Excursion, 'Mr. 'kfrrjftiay
'Hcrcloforor I have given ,mi ex
planation to you. ihyfwo'dld n,t In
tlluji tho Honolulu oXpbnscs 'im our
passago fnrcs. If wo had ibiiitlils,
that would 'have deprived tho hotels of
Honolulu of their earnings whlcqj nat
urally should go to them, I ho'pq you
will glio this publicity whero-ftlwlll
do tho most good. I would IllfV'vcry
much to ham, tho hotel ineiHHCfld us
what literature they have discrptlvn
of their accommodations As ItM'mlo
Von; wo will bo glad to dlstrlluU tho
and Bill" Isi Sent v
Ccttnln members of the cltynnil
county Hoard of Suporvluora diolleve
that they are Justified 'in forcvef re
nouncing tho cautc of tho "colit'wa
tcrltcs," or prohibitionists: j
Tho city tnthcra wore glvofl, nn
when a little account Involving "
matter of six' hundred dollars- wns
presented by he management iii the
IInlclvv,i Hotel. 4 ,'
For Settlement. v' f J
It appears that about n learj, ago
tho. llalclwa Hotel vran granted per.
mission to lay a water iipa along
the novcrnment highway to Wala
lua, with' tho provision tbati the
hotel company furnish wntcr.tosWal
alua school for a nominal rato of
Iirtv dollars n joar.
That tho youth of Wnlalua were
absorbing; plentcour quantltlos of
water with their regular routine of
Instruction Is homo out by Die. state
ment coming from tho hotel man
agement that for tho month of Oc
tober 100,000 gallons of tho draught
that cheers but docs not Inebriate
were used at tho school,
Tho Installation of a cruel but re
Ilablo motor proved the downfnll to
n reign of cheap water nt tho coun
lu submitting tho-nccount, Treas
urer Dillingham adds that nt the
present rato of consumption the
qounty supervisors may well prcparo
for tho payment of at least six hun
dred dollars yearly.
The bll that received sadj hut
hasty consideration this noon calls
for tho payment, of $101 for wnter
which Is recorded, aa having, passed
Hio meter between July 1 and. Sep
tember 30. Tho company Is at
tempting to charge tho municipality
ut the rato of fffty cents a tbotuanfl
It Is moro than llkoly that, tho
bounty snlons. will havo no moro to
do with tho llalclwa water supply.
Tho. settlement, of the bill will bo n
matter that tho wayil nnd means
on.mlttco will nttempt to thrash out
with tho Onhu Kallwny & Land Co.
BUSINESS MEN WILL
TALK AT BIG RALLY
Notable Meeting Scheduled for
Tomorrow Night at Lus-
Tho Republican club of tho Fifth
Precinct, Fourth District,, will hold
n big meeting tomorrow night at Lus
Itanu hall, corner Klnan nnd Lunnlllo
streets, with ono or tho most notable
arrays or buslnoss men ovor prosont
fd In a locul lrolltlcal campaign'. W.
O, Smith, K. Faxon Hlshop, Norman
Watklns, It. W. Shlnglo, John Hughes
nnd II. M, Von Holt nro among the
speakers listed tor the evening.
C. O, Hallcntyno, chairman of the
club, has Issued Invitations to the
meeting, which promises to bo tho
best precinct rnlly of the. campaign.
2185 editorial rooms 2250
phono numbers of the II it 1 1 c 1 1 n.
business unite, These- arc the tele-
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