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THURSDAYS , ,
i Honolulu (Viliiuiiindrry
? Itt-d ("rout.
Honolulu Second Degree.
lei .VloJm Chapler 'o. 2 -Kegulnr
All visiting memberi of tn
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodf ei
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
1 at K.. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MAHINE ENGINEERS' Sher a.,o
fcNEFICIAL WSIATIOH. ctotioni cor-
Blally invited; ;
HAEMONY L0DOE.No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
' MeeU every Monday evening at
1:30 in I. O. O. F. Hall, 1'oH Street.
, E. R. HENDRY, Secretary,
T U. K. McCOY, Noble arand.'
"Ml visiting brotheri very cordially
DAHU I0DQE, Mo. 1, K. of P.
' Meet every Jlrst and third Frl
Bity evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
Wit. JONES, C. O.
O. F. HEINE, K. n. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, Ho.,1, 1. Oj-E.'ilf
fluvi ot each taonlh, at Knight or
Pythias Hall. VlalUpOrptben: 6w
tflullly Invited to attends ?'. ,'ttV
A. L. EAKlN.cnetaH,!',
'""' E. V. TODD, C. ot R.
-mONOXUIU AERIE, 140, F. 0:E:
Meeta on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY eyenlngi ot each month at
ft: 30 o'cloyk In K. ot V. Hall, corner
,!,. pa etnnia nu ' i.i.-.
." .,' yisltiug E,agleb, are Invited to at-
,, axuu, ..,
,. W. It 1UUE.I, . r.
Z- tfr MrCflT. See.'
f,l "" WJ
," aoNOLUiu lopnEjie. b. p. o. e.
" )' '1 T.-.1..1.. T.lir. No. 616. B. P. O.
iv. mn in their hall, on King
5"' Street, near Fort, every Friday eve-
alnvr. Visiting urotnere aro cuiuij
Invited to attend.
" JA8. D. DOUGHERTY, B. R.
jOEO. T. KldJEQEL, Sec.
WM McKINLEY I0DOE, NO. 8,
i K. of P.
-'Meet every 2nd and 4th Saturday,
venlng nt 7:30 ociock in iv. u .
.. . t-.... a TiAitnnln. visit
IDE brothers cordially invited to at-
H. A. TATIOR. O. 0.
" 33. A. 'JACOBSON, K. R. S.
t5' LEAPS F,R0M ALASKA
ia'Miiirun' w i'imco iMTn thp RF&
un.u.. .... ...--.-
K"",) "fteturnint Miner Ends Life on
Pf"'r iWay Home Vessel Brings
p Dig UUIU UUlBUi
1 BRATTLE (Wasli.), October 31.
tiB.' rrhe steaniBhlp KortnweBieni irum
''ft, linr,i arrived here today with $500,000
L-itt in itold bullion und nearly COO passen-
r 1 ' ...aa 9m a ..-. mw L'lmnihila
V KOH. William IV. Allliiier ui rcinuui.
"Oal., n lWBsenger, committed suiciuo
' b, iiooV nea UV leaniliK mm "" "-1"
J.11 A boat that was lowcrou coum mm
m 1 urn frnen of him. Aminer left a noio re-
h., .otini- Hint $1000. .which was In his
ft rt pajoln, be sent to his father. Aminer.
A VZ.O IiaU Ut'PIl lllliuub fc ...-
P . , . - ,1 .... wna roPMTltlv lllltlor
" oxe mlnatlon ut St, Michael concerning
-; vi -Jilsv sanity.
James McEwen, nn omploye 01 ia
. . - .. . . . . mil
g Mi 'AlasVta Hteamsliip company uv -
ti' chaeln. Uleu or neari lauure uurmu
",.i lt viivase. 1118 uouy wu iun.cu
lii nrhoro at Metchlkan, whore the North-j
iiuuiptesterrr Btopped to repair uer mu-
(,. 1 ehlnery. '
-JOll )& l II" HUIIHWCOIOIHI ,... .. 1 -
October 18th, was tho last inercuniii
Jtoat out of Behrlng sea, which jh now
ltealed for' tho winter. The VevenUH
H tmtter Bear snw tho Northwostern
ante out of tho Northwestern sea nnd
Bl arted south In her wake. The thico
'"'' 'ikenmers that have arrived from Nomn
f ',1,,rau:rine the past week brought 1700
L- illMllll-l 1 .--.o
, fl'l f" t
?"'l"1'l ITCH ItELIEYEI) AT OXCK.
' JThat terrible Itch disappears with
"' ' tho FLRST nitOPS of I). I). I). Pre-
t '"" 'iicrlptlan. It kllla nil skin disease
Si.'fti'lll , h..l.nl1n A onltlllntr ll.Xlllllir
f r KeriiiB iiwiiiuii;, b"""w
.'"""Tlotlon, Uaea externally oniy. iiono
JUlU Dnig CO. MMl'rtnl,
T is pure!
That is the one
thing about Ivory
Soap that is of para
mount; importance. ,
it noats; it is econom
ical; it is available for
usenotonlyjin the bathj
and toilet, but also for
fine laundry purposes
these things are imp6rt-
ant; but after all they
are secondary to'the onti I
great fact that Ivory
Soap is pure soap; and
994iSo Per Cent. Pure
Bulletin Supplies Figures
and Theater Patrons
Given Results:' i.l
In order that patrons of the Now
Oriihoum tuay enjoy the privilege nt
getting complete election retuniH dur
ing the performance of "Tlio Olrl of
the Golden West" this evening, ar
rangements have been made with tlio
E v e n 1 n g II u 1 1 o 1 1 n for kervlcu
that will give the results simultan
eously with thu IluKliltig of the voto
down town. Tho doors of the theater
will he thrown open at 7 o'clock this
evening and from half past seven till
eight-fifteen returns will he read, He-
twecn each of the founcts bulletin:
ONE CENT POSTAGE
IN NEAR FUTURE
Business of Postal SorvicetHas
Grown Greatly, But Ex
penses Havq Notj-'j ;, ;
cral Hitchcock Is eohvluc'ed' 'thht,
with tho postal service hblo id iay
its own way71eiiny"l'o(rige for. first
class letters Is not .t,ho "Iridescent
dream" It has been declared to be.
Tho Postmaster-Genernl has sub-
Itted to the Treasury Department
his estimates of appropriations for
the Postolrlco Department and the
postal service during tho flB al year
beginning on July 1 next, ills es
timates for the postal tervlce at largo
aggregate $2.10,733,94, or on In.
crease of only $6,82C,!i2r, over tho
appropriations fur tno current fiscal
year. Tills increase 01 2. perii-pm,,
8 the smallest lu many years.1
While tho business of tho r)
service has grown' trcniendriusly )
the last two years, the Expenses of,
tho executive department at ash-,
inpnn have not been Increased a
single dollar since tho neglnnllig f
I ill iiiiiini 1 1 Hi r r 'i
iinnouneingiitio mini ot tno conn
WlllUo Wrj outJ- iixla Uqnovatl
FUl;lt)ljlBM tnei IrMttr mlJ-nco IW
standing ton the street) uWaltltial oik
thoTJotdeir"Vc8tJ wllrpTay to capacity.
tho present administration, anitrt Ka. nU J-MW friends In Manila.
Postmaster-aenoral predicts that the ,0 lmy o(r tlm ..nuorer8 of u.L,.
Federal postal establishment will he- tat0i Wtf R-0i (ho ,il6n"e1',Avontually'
como self-sustaining by tho close i)f'got stnVeir. ' -l"1''" '
anpthcr tls-al year. ' 'Horses Vein also Tin' tilt) list o(
Tho preparatlbns Of (he Trensuryi thlitgs 'tlihl Thayer I supposed to
Department for starting tho postal ,(IVC uought for tho famous estate. It
savings hank systom aro In full appears Hint ho did huv tho horses
swing. Assistant Secretary ot tho but they novor reached tho estate Ho
Treasury Andrew is preparing a re
port showing the relation of tho
Treasury Department to the system.
Tho report will be rubmltted to tho
trustees of the now schi-mo at n
meeting which will ho held next
NEARLY WRECKED BY
NOANK (Conn.), Oct. 22. When.
ho auxiliary lulling schooner Ada
Boll put) In lierollift nfglftlnib crpw
tpld 'of. a ,iiirr6w5Bpo 'jthfvi diad of
beliiB1 hit 'h ilio 'eqilUlbrator M Well-
inanV airship Sunday,
U'CsntnliiStlhrryf fllijlsiqiihrcn said
that; they W-ro JUtn ObS
'niioaU i'IiIiIhK n ftig fliufday'
SUOaiK UllllUK II ii'H 7 - I
when a largo dark object appeared.'
which they took to ho n heavy bank
nf foEii ,As tlio. ..object ,approarlicd
Jiowever, they snw something bumping
A .- . il . ..tnSAM nl,1 lllA
" . : .,.. i..i i.. n...n i..
motor wus h n. c , ... """""";"-,(', V ", ". 1 VI ' w
tlO boat Ollt V nO "' ," "
passing not monT thnn thirty feet from
The captain could eas.'' wake out
llm mombors of tho n rsh p " .crow,
... .",".,.,"! .. w-iimrf'i'B.I
ho said nindo anv offort to speak, amf'tlned for the l"ar East. Is reported , rlod foiuteen cabin and over fifty Eye, Ear. Now Throat. 1150 Ala. by the Judgs of election In his pre
Iho balloon passed by and was aooit, fo'-havei sailed frnm San Frnnclspn .lapilieso passengers from Honolulu kea street (Opposite Rovnl Ha,wavi'np clnCt,- the F'fth of the Fourth DIs
lost In tlio fn- The crow of (ho AcU nt J'""" today. Tim vessel will call for various oilentnl ports or call Tho Hotel). Hours: fl-12:30 and 1;30- trlct, this morning. Ho refused to
jiii iiuiiiil-i inn Liun iiui it v.i-
Hull did not know (hat Wellman 'hndj
Morli'd 'iieniss (hw-.ticean -until (hdy
put In to port tonight
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, 14 per hour. Lewis Stables,
llclhcl SI. llnK Shilid, I'lioiip II.VJ.
A eool berY nl tho Anchor Saloon
curhi drill lion't force! II
lt,joe without ).iylng that
thing Is lint at The Encore,
Six-chair ihon: no lonir War
Silent. Barber, Shop. Hotel tret.
,ill)UU ivaus Ruuii qou tiunu fin an
auto or carriage take It to I In Lallan
Carriage MfK. Co.. 427 Queen 8
r 'JIomJ R Coii IlRflifclesale jquor
dealeVs; new telephone number"' is
3181. , f . , "
lfur 'rilsHlfcjl lnter Hlro'sj 'Root
Heer anif'ail other populiir drinks.
Ring up Phone 2171. Consolidated
Sotia Wojji, f 5 , j j .
Yoe Chan & Co., nro holding n ten
day sale during whfeh tho prices on
ihclr'jBO.OllO worth Of merchandlise are
Joe Cilllen wan nrrCRted, tried and
ronvlclcd of lascivious and lewil con
duct at n special session of police
court at noon today and sentenced to
one car. v
Why worry our Ihp sniety of your
.Saihaulo' papols, Jewelry, etc., when
oi5 enrf r&it tt Safe Deposit llox for
one and one half rents a dnv from tho
Hawaiian Trust Company. I.td.v
(Continued from Page lb
the inlander Ihu.l'ueHic rorfinany,
a lodg day. f It Is ulsti lluliln 1o set
tho wlieehi of Justice In operation
and lay out fi very ugly future for
Tlinycjr, And Home of his associates.
Thajcr has probably "let In" the
banks and various business houses ot
.Manila and other places to thu tune
of fortv thousand dollars. And It has
I fA'eSi'Molie by trading on the name of
JJililngliams, though In olio or the let
jerHchargcd to he a forgery he brings
invaii numuce oi oilier iioiioiuiii cn-
.- .Vli. .., H. 1.... o-.n iin .!...
Ul Jzens, each subscribing $2:0.000,, that,
ijlJlKvoulil make Honolulu people limgh, U
Iflie nffalr did not have Its Hj-k-luus
criminal pitases. ! , (
One of the forged letters sent to ,tr.
Dillingham, and n letter on which,
Thayer did business, bears a il 119 o,
which Mr. Dillingham w.ih not injlie
ham name Is a good one or not can
not he stntedjis only coiles liayHjiieen
TeceTveil, Aii3 us few "people-In. a'
Dtlfi. with' whom iThayeridld business1
know Dllllugham'H j(lgnaturRtho' jleV
foctlon of tlieiforgerynpne.aw toihftVo
.Just what will o,dono oiunot, now
bp ntuteii. but "1 would stieiu reason
able, to, believe that tho powerful
hanking institutions ,of..gio,,Orli'Ot that
liijve,, beeriMrictjipUed, will, not,, allow
Thnyqr and those whp, havq usslstcd
him In his shady transactions, go un
punished. Tho Cnlamba estate on which
Thayer had an option appears to bo a
very valuable property. But accord
ing to tho Information received Thay
er's option on It expired on the 13th
of September, ubout tbo time ho dis
appeared from view. And tbo amount
of moricy necessary to develop tho es
tate Into a sugar producing plantation
Is so largo that thero Is no ono In Ho
nolulu 'or Hawaii likely- to care to tuko
It lip.' " " ' """ ,
Thavcr cniiltuilrcd liW"iir6sfcots at
!! . - . .1 ". .. '..il" . '
I aboht; p llilH(6il dolISfs'. Jullglng
,r: the leltors'lri th'o'caBtV 1IB lion
, -raf, II5 ,5,,, aml ,cn
... .,..'u..J-..avmi(.ii .
. . f . 'irowed I money ifrom
cold them to another person and aP'
parcntly pocketed tlio proceeds. This
could bo dona owing to location of
the OBtate thirty miles from Manila,
There Is mora than one day's story
to the operations of Alford Flulny
Thay.er Jn the Philippines,
WheUier It eomos out In Honolulu
orfnMivilJn will undoubtedly depend
on tho wUhcs of tho civil nnd criminal
THAYER HAD DREAMS
i,'i vii, , :jii 1,
Tha'yer chmo tb'llhnoltifii from tho
Pacir.c Northwest. He h'ad been a
Siintuckot ncwsi(iier man In Tncomn, then In
,.,.r..i..irlSeaUlo. and finally Joined tlio fores
J ' .. . ,
try Bvrvicft, He was knbwn as an
IrteiipnnsHijo perhou, fhut o far as
, has been psccrtnlned, was not mixed
up in ai.ytl.lng,crln.H.al prior to-his
,'nnanelal -escapades In tho Philip-
t pli.es. He entered the forestry ser-
..' ,.iiio iin aiiIopkiI Mm fnrentrv snr-
, "lB' ". ' """" """ - -- -,
ehanto to get In on romo big timber,
tienis inrougll me upeuui);
nil ui iui
The Pacific Mall liner ;'orea, des-
ut 'IfOliVlulu, . and Is due, to arrive
hei'e 'W Hi fi iir-flifV")'i'i'l-.A'i i"'
heiV'Wltft fi fair-wired:
I ieiigeri, onmexttondiiy nwr"lnBVr,
JTONOT.tn.t). T. It. TJ'KSDAY. NOV
Our Nev Phone
VI 'O'"! '
I 2 n
ADDITIONAL altPIQ""6M PAGE EIGHT1. '
HAS PROVEg VERY POPULAR
STEAWSriTp ZEALANDIA HAS ARRIVED WITH MANY WHO !
WILL TRANSFER TO THE WILHELMINA FOR SAN
FRANCISCO COAST CRIMPS ARE kEEN COMPETIT
ORS. INTER-ISLAND STEAMERS,DEPART FOR'PORTS
..." . bUIJET DAY ON TtiE FR0NL . '.v A J
Tbo now trnfllc arranc ment .where. Slates owlur. to somo physical defect.
!, p:)sejjpe;s, are ow given rtn op-
lion oi purcuasing ucxeis in ynni.y
mill Australian ports fur San J-'ran-
clwo liy tlio way of Honolulu nii(,
li'ij,v',ft 1'jjivyit uiilli-, popular If the
nls( 'or iraveWrs-SidiA h ft the Cana-
dlun-Austrnllaii llnof Zealandla can lip
Itiken as n criterion, , 1
Tho ZcJlaiulln 'appeared bff illo bar.
bor at soven o'clock Ibis morning and
tho vessel was Along side tbo Hwii
side or AWKoa wliair two bOurs hit-
T uenl v ijlr iinsseiiupra left Ihn von-
pel at Ibis port. The gi eater percsnt-j Collector of.Cils'onii Malcolm' sta
uge are booked tlimiigh to San Fran-' Honed at Portland, Oregon, Is senhlng
cltco and they will depart fiom hero out notices to owners of RtcaniMilps
tomorrow morning by the Mnlson that carry pjsscng rs, notifying tjiem
XnvlgatU 11 Hteamer Wllliclmlna. , f the reiiilrcnicnts of tho law ijass-
Flno w albcr was encountered tho cd by Congress nt tho last session,
greater portion nt the way up from piovtdiug that all such vessels must
tho AnliiioileH. 11A strong Souljieast
v.lnd prevailed and aftrtr crossing thu
lllne a Northeast trndo was met.
The frolght. list fur Honolulu In- 1 It):
oludcs: 7t0t(iags wilphalo of ammo- Keen Competition .Among "CrlmbjM
nla.-2D2 enure froCn inn'tcii,..S-. ciheil rORTIiANI). Oqtober 28. KMn
hulter, 55 .icases J.ims. 9 eiisos iioM- competition has appeared amontf jr3l
cards, nlsri-ji quantity of general, mor? V boarding house keepers, .jii'bd
chandlsi toe transhipment to , Fan- things havo cpmo to such a pas-ibat
inlng Island.. 1.1 .iux I) ' , tberp Is cry llltlo money In lheil(il-
I Tbo .vcwiel will Do llllspalclfoil ,toi -
VlctorI.i,ri4 VaiiiHvc3int fuiir.o'cloc'lc
.this ,nfUrnpai.!,)3 .yjt i 1 ,1 '
i.iAhere In,,)! good sjzuflibooklng of
pHSRopHBr-Viln the varljusiiclasses for'
,tha N'irlh Pacific, coast.
German Skipper Is An Jnventor.
Tho Examlnqr says;. ...Willi a cargo
ift 786 tons of plglron ,and 3,627 toils
of coke.coiiBljgudl tp, Meyer & Wll-l-man's outfit. Tbo Sailors' Hoijio is
son, tho Geiniun ship Werner Vln1, operated by tho Grant and While In
nem. Captain , Dinkier, arrived froni' (crests. Under tbo Stale law a too or
Antwerp nfter a trip of 141 duys. A
good passage was encountered all tho
way except aftir rounding Capo Horn.'
On August 20lh n heavy southwest'
gale caused the loss of several of tho
sails. The ship carries a full crow,'
but It Is said that tho work 011 tho
trip was iigmer man lias oyer before
been known. This condition is duo
to thoertllQ brain or Captain llluk-
ici, win, una uviiiveii u uuw syHiuiu - i no nl'.; i nomui navy yarn aiuu
forinnklng sail, vvborcby fully two oiltlos recelvol orders today to 'pro
tlili'd's. of tho Jatoir encounteicd uu- ceed with r'inirn on tho gunboat iGal-
(der tho ,01,1 conditions Is saved, This
is 110110 by Ilia assistance of u,$oilos
of whiches that have becu Inslalled
upon tjiuunju. dyck, thin sayiig lh
ciow from' lli'o hard hand labor hi-
Milved In pullhu; upon tbg yards by
hnd, , , ,
'Ple'ades, Sale Confirmed.
Coliflrniatlon of Hio rejioited sato
or tbo lloiltiu Jnwlnat Omnpany's
freight steamship Pleiades vvps given
by O, W." WHeyBoattlo agent of tho
ciiiipiiiiy, upon ljis loiurn iiont Han
Francisco. Wiley declined to disclose
tho HOW purchasers oilier than t.1
state that New Ym'k men had nequlr- Orders havo been Issued crtuntor
ed the vessel, which Is nt present uu- mainline; the order recently Issued, for
ucr ciiariurciu ino; Anii'iicnii-iiiivvau-
an line. Willi tho expiration of her
cbar'er In JanuaiJ7Uh(S Pleiades will
load for the Atlantic,
expected nn November 19lh. TheJn-
Notice to Mariners. panose ships will remain until !tho
SAN FRANCISCO RAY ENTRANCE 23.1, Tbo Pacific fleet will lea,vo Bern
CALIFORNIA. I nt tho same lime, Visitors will' bo
Nollco Is hereby given (bat on Octo- permitted to board bolh tho American
bor 24, 1910. tho fog bqll ,nt Fort an 1 Jnpano86 cruisers during the en
Point I.lght-Slatlon, entrancq to San. tiro tlmo. " '
l-rancisco iiay, kcal., wliicli, Is siruek -h
machinery When .tlio 'trunipet Is '
llfKlllite'il Wna iiwiv,1 fr.iM, llu ..1.1 f I t""
--, -I., ;-.. i ..a ..in id
An II,.' .. ;..ll f ll, XT...II.
.. i..i " ,',,.. I,.,. , ..
.nt on" e ' o "'.h.' Lr. c'w A , .
HlH Nciplliuini.l nf H, fno, olnl '
Tenyo Sailed Late.
'-owing to iho Walterlhg of number
'or Hindoo steerage pa..o'iJr. on
board the Toy.. Risen Kaliha liner
Tfnyo Mam. that vessel was delayed
Tfnvi. Mnr.i n.nt .i ,.. .ii 1
JZ "" 7 ' "", '" . "" " "V"'.
I "" ""'" " """"S i"i dann
ports nnd Hongkong this morning. At
- .iiuii ,iaii ii-ii u uiwun inu uii; jiiianeuu
liner with her host of lei laden pis-
inn. lumw nniumi mm imni-
ed for the channel. Tho Tenyo car
Hindoos who mo graveling tn (ho East
i "' m inu. main iit-writ--i-ii wi in rii
K. IB 10.
Number Will He
TJieso people uvarlnblo cause,i jiuch
irnuiiio io inn local immigrnnou loin
flers ovyliig to tho illlllcnlty of kef
Tbo driar!itro of tho Tonyp
was an animated ono nltlinugh, I
waB a huk of. melody from ttlOiT
lorlj)), band. ,tHindrcils ,(lf,. Jap idse
swanned tho .vih'arf and . (Cmn nc.l
(hero until thq vessel hai,pulli-d Out
In the Btienm and turned into tho
clmnirl. A iniiiaior of Chinese Ycro
enmng tho ueiurtlng passfngors.
All N'utt Have Wireless.
bo eiiilipcd Willi wireless leletfauK
nppaiatus by next Juno and rniisthtflJf
iy nn operator. hi J
ncss. .viysierious iiiiy H1111111 .p3fer
day strfned three men aboard I Jill"
1 ronch bark Horho for J10 n)je&.
"wlillo tho Sailors' Home, whlciiiiroes
"ioi diiik or, 1110 Dnsiness, gois ISOji
lioall, plus the 'advance, which Id uiuti
nny iia oaen. tho mivnnco or 1110
first month's prtj- for niteh saiiir Is
given trf' tlio boardlng-hoUKo fhln In
, ... .... .- 1 . i-il.
settlement 'of his" bill W the sea-
"blood money" o( $30 Is allowed In
addition tn tho ndvanco, so It Is legal
to charge $15. Willi tho Influx (jf (ho
grain flee! sailors always bocomo
plentiful for off shorn voyages, hut
Smith's price or $10 without ndvanco
Is about ns low as tho quotation has
Will Proceed With Galveston Repairs.
cmoii. which has been lying oli of
commission for r.nverul months. Ac
eorjllng )o M10 orders, present rm airs
ijro'tn cover ste-im engineering; and
Yiirtl divisions of thn vessel and ilc not
Inclmln tho ordnance work. Apti oxl
1 mnlMy $12000 will be put( Inl tho
mnchin'rv hnd hull repnlr' w-OrkJ and
' shotild orderi ho recolve'il tn Iro. ee'd
with lb" n-dimro whrk thls'pxijq,ndl-'
f.ir0 w i,0 lt(-roicM Ih $2to;nno.
This woik will bo Rtm-ted nn Mio first
nf nt week nnd will require dght
months for completion
Cruisers in Rsmaln at San Pranefieo.
mo sailing or inn 1'nclllc tleet of cilils-
ers nnd they will new remain 'nt Han
Francisco until the arrival nnd depar
turo of tho Jnpaneso fleet, which Is
Pur T U- V Q Q Tc,n nr. -
' ' f "I -..; ..UIII, IWI,
Jniran pons ami iiongKopg a. f
W"?'.?- n.bon.1. C. E. Rn.nJ
'1 '' uV.l",in
, Per B'mr, Maunn (). for Hllq, nnd their various voting districts early In
'w Pork Hv, o.-Mr',V ' pVl.ii' .uwdayaajhoteamer,s c.eare.l.he
w.n;t). H. May, II. . KfmlmJ.E. M.Tport for Island port, by noon. .
JJnll fini 'n Tn7'AUv" ' iVfc " W,"?' , .'
Cn,m"W'1' ".? m 1'e"; X ft Y,f,mc;l . TT "ff", booe1 to at
J. J' 'VySx rlVlZ !'??" W ', wo,r "R-
lUWS-rA?Jvta. t M-fojhe Hriellyn ronchlsoln lso were
P stmr. Mauna I.oa, for Kona and
,. . K, 0A nirnillinmn
chong ,'c V.3T
- r '
ijt1 MTiprn J. lllrKPV
- JJ1, LJ US11 XJ l?J
4-30 Sunday. 10-11, Evenings by
appoinmicni, xcicnuune. ou, 4.
7C0,3rn , a
Monday, Nov. 7,
Him KrnnrlsMi Trioii Mam, Jnp.
Tuesday, Nov. 8.
Australian ports via Huvn Zcalan
d)p, C.-A. S. 8., 7 n. tn.
TnnH.-iv Nov. B.
,,Jnna and Knu portH Mnunn I)a.
.Hawull ports Ilelciip, stmr,, noon.
KrtVYulhno and Mnhukonn Nllhnn,
v ptllu la way ports Mauna Kca
MllliJ, IV II, 111.
''Uongkong via Jnpan ports--Tenyo
iiliin; Jap. slmr., 0130,
J.', I -
Per C.-A. 8, 8. Zcalnndln, from Aus
trian phrls via Suvli, Nov. 8, l-Or
itdnolulu! Hoy Inwman, Chas, Coff
mnn, Mrs. Chas. Coffman, Miss Mn-1
1I0 Coffman, Miss Helena CofTmnn.
Mrs. F. II. Httlght. Miss M. Halght.
MTss V.. Halght, '11. II. Halght, 'Miss
Jl 1lacwell, Mrs. W 11. Berry, Sydney
.Ionian, 'U I.. Wells, C. F. Hanan, A.
lit'ckttt, Mrs. A. Ilockctt, Thos. Hud
dlo, .Ino, Anderson, Mrs. D. Mullens,
I). 1), Grclg, C. P. Chapman, Phoebe
Stanley, P., Miller, MVs. MJIler. Z.
A;c)-niai, M))t lola 'Miller. I
j PASSENGERS BOOKED "
.J!er.irvUnrKJnau. for Jvoual jmrts.
Nov. S. Mrs. Jaeger, C, W. C. Doer
Ing. Mrs. Dcorlng. -.
Per MaUon . NnJ-lgatloii 'Steamer,
Mr. nnd Mrs.'ll. a, I'ldlg, Mrs.deo.
Ashley iind two children, 'J. Hunt, 'Mr.
nnd MrK.' F. U. Brown 'and Child. .Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. ChevlB,tR,"L!?IWmiin,
l)r. II. Hordorn, N. W. Potwlne, Ji U.
Fngct, ! Andrews, Geo." F. Whttmore,
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Jones, Mrs. W. II.
Perry, Mrs. C. V. Hall. Miss I, E. Pot
wlne, Mrs. C. Torhert, Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Kllpplnger, Jas. McCabe, Mr. nnd
Mrs. John T. Jones, Mrs. C. K. Sedg
wick und' daughter, Mrs. E. M. WUner,
Mrs. S. M. Hobo, Mr. and Mrs. Chas,
K. Royal and child, Mrs. S. E. Harris,
Mr. and Mrs. II. W. I.nw. U E. Am-
old, Miss D. Castle, Miss M. Castle,
Mrs. G. P. Castle, Win. lkln, E. J.
I-orcl, Dr. nnd Mrs. M. II. Lennon, It.
SJohnston. Mr. nnd Mrs. H.'-P. Ilnld-
y ,i ,' Itf FOREIGN PORTS. , '
Tuesday, NAv. 8.
EUREKA ArriveffNqv 7 gyhr. Bo-
realls, from Hllo, 'Oct. 19.
FORT URAGa Arrived ov. 7.: ,Bk,
S, C, 'Allon'. lotice Oc.- 18, with
main top mast gono.
rnvni runivuiauu Arrived jsov. 8,--,x
ii in.; o. t. ivurea,iiviice JNOV, 2,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. 8, 1
iiais-(Fi ...'.'. s i w V -i .
WJIhe.lmlria Jakes Sugarar.i: General.
ITIIB Iftintup'oJ Aigar from Hut-
chtlison nladtatloiV will' mnlte uu a.
Iiotjttoijtor tlio'.carg9 lakon by tho
v!yv'mK"l,?u atcanier wiinei-
niiiiu wiieii mm vessel sans ror San
Francisco nt 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning. The frelhgt list nUo In
eludes a shipment of pineapples
amounting to 12,000 eases and also
shipments of coffee, rlio and sun
dries. Tho Wllhelmluu will carry
ten passengers who havo transferred
from tho Canadlnii-Austrnllan liner
.ealandln. They were booked nt
Australian portB for San Francisco
by way or Honolulu and tho Matson
steamer. The Wllholmlna will do
part -with a fair list or lo;al people
who arc partial to .t)io Malson liner
In mniijib-.thclr trip to thb Coast.
Siberia, Due Friday-Morning.
MesVrt.''lI.-1In'cl;reld'''&- Co. have
received 'n wireless from tho Pacific
Mull liner Siberia to tho cRect that
tho veshel will arrlvo off tho quaran
tine at' 7 o'clock on Friday 'morn
ing. Tho vessel comes from Hong
kong and Japan ports, nnd Is report
ed to bo bringing a consignment of
Oiletnl freight amounting to 3200
tans. It Is expected that the ves
sel will nt bo dispatched for San
Francls-o before Saturday noon ow-
tlltr ill thn vtil-i- Inrirn ,-nrivn fa llila
port. Tho agents state that there Ib!
plenty of room for all applicants for
Two hundreds of mon connected
with tho stoamshlp and stevedoring
departments of tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company In the main vot
ed at nn early hour this morning. '
Today wns signalized by a general
gotnvyay of a number
steamers. Tho officers
the sloomers Mauna Kea, Mquna Loa.,Io , A, ,iearH . V,
wallele, Helene and Nllhau wero at,
In Hnd And cast their voto ror thotr
GETS CALLED DOWN
Thpnilnr TUMinnta wna n11il Hfurn
voto for Dellgnlo, nnd, forgetting to
iiyivo iuuiui;oi containing tne names
nt containing the names
tcs for Delegate, he lett
TAFT'S PLAN TO
Gel Suggestions, as to
tconomy uan Be
IlliVERLY, Mass., bet. 1. fresh
dent Tnft has deVlscj'an entirely new
plan for 'lirllinotlnE "ibonomy, Increas
ing oniclcbcy'h'n'd pr'eteVltiiifc! waste of
tho Governlnent'si tntlney In the exe
ciitlvv ilepartminUiJii Washington,
He will discuss "lib new scheme
with the: members, nt his Cnhlnct at
HiA special cabinet (0"tlit;Jo be held
in Washington the;, IWter part or this
month ' According P the' ttew' plan,
the Goveriiment'.serylcc nt Washing
ton will rerorm Il8,?lffj In other words,
tlm, Innovations -nndh,e phangea tend
ing to economy Willi come from tno
Inside nnd not fromithrt.eivdslfle of tho
service. Hitherto, iliaBi been the In
variable rule, wherwUwrg'ivvits an at
tempt to Improve IImJ uii'slnehs meth
ods of thc'dcpattirifsBts, to appoint
chmmlsslong which ,'linil Inquisitorial
Iiowptb and which Immediately put all
Government employers cta'the defens
ive and'niade thfem antagonistic to tho
agencies named 16 investigate and Im
Mr. Taft, from his expcrlenco as
Secretary of-War,ljas decided that no
appreciable' ImproVentertt can bd made
In Ihe service1 whtiow'tn? Hearty co
palhy of tho flr.Ks.iin.4.Qfn.c,tftU who
havo grown up with tho Goveriiiental
sysleni Hlld haVo bedome thorplighly
fa,mlltnr with' It. 4
To Gf t lats's from Clerks. 1
'Tfiercfoie;lhls Idea l to havoj every
clerk, bureau chief or chief of n dlvl
shw, who has ttn Idea of'how ocpnotny
can bo' promoted In the 'Government,
present his' Idea to the Whlto louse
In person or'ln writing. He will take
up with his Cabinet thot best iethod
nf spending the $100,000 appropriated
by the lust session of Congress to
promoto offlcloncy Yn the departments.
This appp'roprlatlon,' was, made fas ihe
result of Senator Aldrlch'g 'Btafement
on tho1 floor of the Senata that
$300.000.0d could be saved 't6 tlw Gov
ernment nnniialty If Its buslncsfi wero
carried on In a proper and economical
fashion. In laying the matter before
tho Cabinet, tho President jvllt point
ont 'that" tho $ 1 00.000"b n l iised to
ytnoloy' a 'cer(al'rW&ijblncss
experts who will help" put 'lot prac-
'.,-..! .1 H l.I X..Xti.Ul i2f I.A
nam iiiiY-raiiuiiimxuuKHfaimijniui iiiu
biircai'l -chiefs, rind Ui'clerl?sJas to
the best way In which econorfly can
best bo Bubservcd. 1pl
''The' Idea of paying somo jWislness
experts $100,000 for recommeMltig n
new plan pf (running the' clerlctp work
of the Government has beb4 aban
doned, for experience has tasBit the
Pro'sfdent thatf any 'mtIibnieS'ecom
mended by a business expert jjgjBls for
now legislation, and It Is atmolutely
Impossible to procure HMTJIinS', legis
lation. Tho" exports'jMjrjrje used
merely as av coordinate element iu
the new plan, , j ,
To tTessen Red Tape ' j
Tho main Idea Is to avoid duplica
tion ot work, to consolidate hjireaus
to lessen the detail and rd tjipe of
the Govcrnment'awgfliliap)! tb save
labor and tlmo. Tho President bo
llovca that tho men, tho n'mbltlous and
brainy men in tho Bervlce ,nro tho
ones to indicate how 'such things can
best he accomplished. Unless o has
tho co-operation of the men In tho ser
vice he believes that all alms to pro
cure economy and efficiency will fall
short ot their mark. ' J
Tho experience of tbo Treasury De
partment, which spent thO summer,
employing n firm ot bnslrieM account
ant's to suggest needed reforms tend
ing t,o economy, bears out thoEPresl
dent's Idea. During the InvestlgatUin
to which he Treasury Department
was subjected helprul'knggestKfhs and
businesslike Ideas camo more, plenti
fully rronvtho men I'rf tliu-sorvlco than
from tho accountants. This was sim
ply becauso the, men In the gorvlce
knew nil its peculiarities, all tho res
trictions of law -'and all tho require
ments of precedents. ,' j t A
RUMORS IN LOiMDOW Of. ' '
'' NEW ROYAL ROMANCE
Engagement Of PHnceSS AleX
andra of Fife and Greek
Prince ,UUefileii.w A
LONDON, Oct, 1C. Rumors, aro
curront tn court' circles that, nn en.
gagement wjll- bo announced next
year between Princess Alexandra or
Firo nnd Prince -"Christopher of
Greece, 'nephew, of Queen Alexandra
and youngest soli' of the King ot
Greece, ":' !V V $'V
Prince Chrhsfoplier'was In England
u uy a general u,,t n few Uays ago., He was the
of thp eoastlnglI01t c. the 'Prlhcess RdyaLand the
s and crews of, hkd of Fire at'tfarYiWiast week.
fin Tniinn Tai I -.. .1. t n i . ' n i
- .i,,' ..., J,u'iri V
1ft T r,,TZtT , ,,"
p t rukLof F e
She" h'as serious titei-arai llttla for
''oelety, readaaiWn'Keh nd
banhb nulWVliro mothSr
Is dovoted tb drawing, and water-
it n'tttt tt n t: n :: :t n :t
the booth and camo 'but. As he wuk
leaving the door one of tho Judgea
spied the'' Delegate's 'ballot hanging
but of his coat pockeL
He was called 'back 'and ordered to
leaVe tho ballot in thu booth before be
wont out. At first ho re'fusod to obey
tho orders, but when pressed he sur
rendered tho, ballot and came away
kicking, - - -
'. 1 Aj34.