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Honolulu Second lli-grce.
J.el Aloha C'lmplrr No. i -Jtcgulnr.
All visiting members of tn
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
'uiDiup FiiPiucpnpi Members oi
aaninr. cnointcna other Ann.
BENEFICIAL ASIATIOH. ciations cor
HAEMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
' Meets every Monday evening at
B:30 In t. O. 0. P. Hall, Fort Street.
. -,. E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
V 11. E. McCOY, Noble Orand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
j OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
I I Meets overy first and third Frl-
Hay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
J tornor Fort nnd Beretanla. Visiting
; brother! cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. O.
O. F. HEINE. K. R. B.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
itnof. Averv first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brotueri cor-
didJly Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
" ' K. V. TODD, C. of R.
HJN0LU1U AERIE, 140, F. 0. E
M.a nn ttio 2nd and 4th WED'
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock- In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
J, W. Tt. RILEY, W. P.
-J' WM. fi. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, D. P. O.
mi,. .Bpia In their hall, on King
Etteet. near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting uroiuers are curuiu.iv
Invllted to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. It.
,OEO. T. KLUEQEU, Bee
'wm. Mckinley lodge, no. 8,
w i n
r 'Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
lenlng nt 7:30 o'clock In 1C. of P.
Hull, cor. Fort and Heretanla. Vlslt
' In) brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. IT. A. TAYLOR, C. O.
" E. A. JACOI1SON, K. R. B.
Dn Hugh L. Dickey
Eve, Ear, Nose, Throat. 1150 Ala
ki street (opposite Royal Hawai'an
Hjtel). Hours: 9-12:30 and 1:30-4-30.
Sunday. 10-11. Evenings by
ni jpoint menl. Telephone 3024.
THE RENEAR CO.
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ami insertion of n paper tube con-
tnlnlng a Maxell-, mikiKcIcis and
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cost of less than out cunt. II Is curved
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It ran be iut Into constant action and
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tism, lumbago, neuralgia, sciatica,
Uy placing lue Warmer on tne nt-
fected part the heat being dry, not
moist, biiVt-4 out the cold. Physicians j
say that tne moist neat or tnu mu wat
er bag will not cure but aggravate the
ailments above mentioned.
Many have been sold not a i'nglo
compiaini. ' '
,. I..t ..tn !!.. .tin.. l'.. ..
l.Uiilllt'U1 UIIUIl IIIV lUUIIIti MIWIII,.',.
bag belt, coll and 10 lubes of fiiej soul
prepaid to miy turt of the V. 3.' upon
receipt or il.uu.
If you wish to know more about this
wonderful device write today Tor free
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109 1'iillnn M., Xcn York.
(Continued from PaEe.l)
Kalulanl Home for Oli-lil,r S1000
St. Andrew's Priory,'? 1000.
l'aclllo Club, two shales of stock
In the club.
The collection kIvcii to the Illshon
Museum Is lo bo kuowu aSitlie KuluJ
lanl collection. ' I
To Mrs. William Cfillllhg'worth,.1
Tu Thomas A. K. Clealiorn. J100U1
and interest under agreement with'
John Unspar ot Napoopuo,
The burial lot in Nuuunu ceine
tory is given to 1:U nephews mid T. '
A. Cleghom, nnd It Is requested thntl
Mury O'Douuell be allowed to be
burled there upon her demise.
Land on Nuini.u street, adjoining
the Queen's Hotel premises, Is given
lo his uepiicws, wiiii me siipiiiimuu
they pay the exe utors of the es
tate for the valuo of the Improve
ments, bet at $7 G00.
The beach lot und house at Wal
klkl are glvon tu Jlaiy O'Douuell
nnd T. A. K. Cleghorn as Joint ton.
antb for life, then to thu Lhlldren
of T. A. K. Cleghom.
Pieinlscs at Nuuanti and Vineyard
and laud at Walplo, iuwnll, aio
given equally lo Annie, Archibald j
and Irma, children of the late J.
II. Wodchouse, to be held In trust,
until the children are eighteen )&ns
Premises on Fort street adjoining1
former Orpheum lte, land at Kniic
ohe; land nt Walklkt, U. P. 01. In
trust, income going to Mary 0'l)on-
nell to educate T. A. K. C!(-ghur
The executors aro given power ilo
sell land In order to pay debts or
All the property that Is not ex
pressly disposed ot Is left In trust,
the trustees und executors being
Judgo A. (1. M. Robertson, Percy
Cleghurn and James Jaeger, the net
Income going to Mrs. Robertson nnd
,. !.... .i.i.Jiii. tlinli- lifetime.
.HID, IHIJU MHIMifc. --.. .
Upon their dnith It la o go to thelrj
children, It being rtljiulaud that tho
funds be Invested In denendablo )
In the coiflell to tho will, tne
S1000 bcfiuest to Archibald Robert
Mill Is revoked and the bequSS
changed to the name of his son, C)P
Tbn Ulli-ll also elves to Mary
O'Douuell property on Kukul stieet.1
upon lier death to go to T. A, K.
llKIII.IN, October 28. Tlio passen
ger airship Parscvul II has the dis
tinction of having carried thu llrst air
After the l'arseval left tho aero
drome a' Jolinntilbuhl on her last trip
with i full complement of passengers.
Captain .lessell, who was In eommund,
notlce.1 a swaying of tin tar
paulin coveting the benzine tank. The
ship was 300 feet In the air. An In
vestigation was made and a mun,
wearing a blue uumn, crawled out.
He was a niL-i liuiilc employed .at
the aviation ground. To the captain
"Kxcuse me sir 1 wanted in innko
a trip In your ship hopo you don't
mind, but you can't ..buck mo out
LOCAL AND GENERAL
llclhel .SI, Hack Sliind, I'l p 1I.V2.
Try a case ot l'lnectar It Is puro.
llivillwilljl 1rtultlnii S nrfs Mill)
Vlls nt Wlilltie fc Marhh .
It goes .without saying tb it Ivory'
j.ii SS'cJialr Msori( no lonb waits.
Silent Bartjer Shpi). Hotel street. '
ij.(4uw..' lvsv; iwuuicsaic liquor
dealers) new telephone number is
If you want a good Job dono pi an
auto, or carriage tako It to llatfailnn
ParrInge('lf'Co..,4i7 Queen! Ht
There will Ijp a reading lly Dr. A.
I.. Amlrow hi I lie College it lluw.ill
topKiriow nflirnoon nt I o'clock. All
Inlerestfcdnro Invlled In nfend.
'rim llagf op board the Japanese
crulMWAsama nnd Knsagl, -In ccitn
luaiiil of Admiial Yashlro, are placed
nt'half nmsf today In honor of duo of
the Into Admlrali of llio United Slntes
II. i:.M(iitgn a wel known resident
!V llils-'clty H being held nt the police,
station, ien,dlng an examination 'iy
Dr. ITmciflm regarding his sanity
'Morton. Is alleged ns having been act
ing ('ilecily!(if late.' Ills Vase will
come tip for ,lmesMg.illoii tiU afler
lmdn.i , , , i ,
.Mrs. Mjtryf J. Ilorges, widow ot llio
liit.f" Marlau. li'iirgea Sr., 'died of
heart fat. lire last night. She leaves
kft(al ehlldien liljnioiirn ller d'ii.'.li
-"HoAtT,' HiTi'iiU'i, Marian, .lames,
Minnie nnd Cecillia Horses,' Funeral
j.M'rvIees wJH bu.liiibl from t$e family
'.rVli'"1 bllllia stiucit, a' 4
norniw, aitcMiiion, Inter-
Filipinos Given Good Wages
and Bonuses to Take
Up Field Work.,
On October 3 the Hawaiian Sugar
Hunters' Association, In n full page
advertisement In Manila Times spread
broadens), through tho .Philippines In
ducements offered for Filipinos to em
igrate to Hawaii, offering attructlvo
The ironme"luife!tritit of frto
transportation - nnd mulutunntico to
Hawaii, regular work for thrcu years,
wages of men $18 and women 12 ier
nionth, free dwelling, fuel und water,
medicines and attendance nnd frea re
turn passiiKe to Philippines when un
able to carry out agreement from ac
cident or chronic disease.
A bonus Is paid when the emigrants
get on the steamer at Manila at $2.r,0
for single men nnd women and JT.f.o
for u mail and wife, Ireo cigarettes
and free pillows and mats also being
furnished on board the steamer.
At Hongkong there Is another bonus
of $1 gold fur both men ami women,
and In addition each man gets one
suit und undershirt, each woman n
dress und shawl, each child a dress fir
suit, and lor each man, woman nnd
child a blanket, towel nnd soap and
dishes are also furnished.
In regiuil to conditions In Hawaii
It h stated that good wcll-(ooked food
cuiKbe obtained on ncnrl all plauln
tloiist for from llvq to teveir dollars a
uiqtitti n'nd 'that elllclMit workers cun
iu6reaso their eurnlugs Uoi $21' unci
J2r.S0 per month.' ' i
The headquarters of Agent Stevens
nt present are at. Cebu, Hie most thick
ly' populated Island In tho Philip
pines. OF MYSTERY
Continued from Pace 1.)
ci n northerly und westerly courso
after leaving tho Islands List evening.
It Is possible that tho United State.!
vessel may proceed In leisurely fash
ion tu a point whole she would come
In touch with Ilia courso porsued by
tho Pacific Mull Htenmor Slbmln and
also that of (lie Intermediate steamer
,-jIJotJi these vessels ore nqw enroulu
from Hongkong ami llio , Japanese
ixirts. The ,fprinl" VflHFCl )s d)jo olt
llio port of Honolulu nt an early liotir
.Tlio Mipposlthin has prevailed Hint
quantities of npiuiu have frjim tlilio'lo
time bon nlacuil III uateiltlglit con-
talpors mill theso have linen ifroTp"T'
overboard fiom vessels leo.vln mluji
tal p'i;t ,'fo'r tbjiviiiVlnliiiWf!
Tho dope limit prepared for ship
ment la presumed luliiht bo picked up
by Japanese fishing, bonis wlileh ara
mot wl.h ut sums dUtanco from thu
Hnwovcr that mav bo, tho Tliotls
huK left on another cruise tho destina
tion nnd tlmo consumed being a mat
tor Milely for coiijurtuio to all save
a llt'le coteile o'f United Stales gov
eminent olllclals- stitloned heio.
Skeletons of horned men lmvo Vfj-n
founil In Callfnriila fiome prelilsjorle
lnsurtDiilB, likely. Utlca Observer. "
TTONOMJl.Tj. T. II THl'nflOAY. NOV.
Our New l'lione
City Trajister Co. (Jas. II. Loiti)
i:" -"1 " "! Z
ADDITIONAL. BHJPPINq ON PAGE EIOHT. I
MAINSAIL WAS CARRIED AWAY
BECAUSE OF ROUGH WEATHER
FLAURENCE WARD BACK FROM TRIP TO MIDWAY UHE
' TIS SAILED ON MYSTERIOUS MISSION CAPTAIN
KELLY LOST RACE WITH SKIPPER JACKSON SIBER
IA TO ARRIVE EARLY TOMORROW MORNING.
ltepmtlng tho loss i- a mainsail as
ti lesult of meeting wllli much rough
weather, the little supply schooner
Klaurelieo Ward, In service ii tween
Honolihii and llllwo has lu'.uined to
Tho vpasel was tweety tbieo days
In making poit.nrtcr having left the
usual qiyintlty of Hiipplloi at the Ion '
ly mld-1'apilllc cnlilo station. Kowrnl
muployteH of the Commercial Puclllc
Cable Company who had been reliev
ed Irnm duty nt Midway Island hno
r tinned by llio vessel Two Chlneso
belonging to tho culinary department
at Midway R(atlon weie brought back.
The l'lnuienco Ward has been hauled
ntoiigsldo tho rallwav wharf where a
quantity of white tuuul H b' lug ills
charged. During the homeward trip.
the seh:;n:ier lumpnd n large wh.ilo
nnd ns a leiult' of tho enro'imler sev
eral patches ot copper fheathlng were
ser.iied otT tne stai board bow.
The I'laniciico Wind wll sail on
another trip In Midway the (list part
if l)enmlirr. She wllj bo tho Santa
Clans ship bearing supplies nnd re
membrances to the little band of ca
ble operators and employees there.
A number of long pll s have been
towr.l to the slipway between tho Ma
una Kea and Mn'titii l.oa wharves be
longing to the litter-Island system nnd
woik of widening the Manila Kiu
wharf for twenty feet will commence
without further delay
1'1'iin call for tho h.-oadcnlng of thu
Kwu sldo of tbls wharf. Tho Im
provoment Is ouo tint will bo great
ly nppxclatol by shippers as well ns
those who him), to do with tho work-
lug of tlio Inter-Inland steamers.
Moro wjiurf jipaca, has been gicatly
needed for some time past. Willi the
almost dally arrival of coas'lng
stealers fioni tho various Island I
pons, ino trior hjiaco lias at llme.i
been extremely limited. It is Hip In
Iciitlcn In lmvo tho woik well under
way or compiled , by tho tlmo that
tho steamers .igafti losuino business
of -moving tho 1911 sugar crop.
Better Steamers for transpacific.
Now steamers nio to bo built to
icplaco tho steumors now used by th?
Nliquiii Yiisen Kalsha In tho trims
Pacllle sorvlce. accoidlng to advices
Just r"!eled from tho Orient. Or
ders nr, being placed with tho Ka
wasaki Dooky.iid Company of Kobo
and tho Mlttoi Illshl Company of Na
gasaki for two steamers of il.OOft .tons'
leslsterod tonmigo, tu maintain iili'
average tpced'of 12 knots, and theso
vessels will bj follnweil by four oth
eis to bo built for tho trans Paciric
line, which will then ba tcstnred to
n fortnightly service through to Hong
kong, Instead of flvo vcssols being
usfil at present, only throe of which
go thiougli to Hongkong, Tho con
struqtion of new llnors ror tbn trans
Pacific horvlco of tho Jnpaneso lino
Is being hastened owing to tho rovl
rlon of llio lloep Sea Navigation Pro
tection Inw, under which subsidies
mo granted. In consoquenco of tho
revision tho Nippon Vuscii Kalsha,
Mitsui Hassan Kulsbn nnd other Inrg3
films arc weeding out their old steam
ers of between 1,0,10 and C.OOO tons.
Tho Nippon Vusen 'Kalsha formeily
opeinted six sldamers on U19 trnnn
Parlllo iou'o ongnged In a fortnight
ly service between Hongkong and Vic
toria and Sualllo. hut when tlio sub-
sldv law was changed last year so
mt ,11s terms, provldolljjiai,lsteamors)
built less than ten years ngo wero to,
enjoy tho Inrgor subsidy, the nowor
boats of Ibis BiirvloB wpjo trntisferied
til ttio Kuropeiiil' foulo- nild 'the older
steamers of the Kiironean run wero
"sent (o 11ieJraim;P''.iclllo'lservlco, In
whi'irllMj JrwaAtiiu, Tamb'i Maru
unit liialiliuriiif run tlirniigh to Hong
kong nnS Ui KmiMkiirn Maru nnd
Snilo Maru end (Iiolr voyage In tho'
Orient at Kobo. Tho Intention Is lo
tetilaee theso vessels, which do not
n'lraet as miiftv ti-isseiiRers ns tho
fnnnPr tyK used. on Ibis run. by moro
modem passenger and freight liners,
Mariner Ohseries Plicuniiieniin.
Fiom Pun Krimolsco comes tho ro
port that Captain Noel of tho rrelicb
balk Vliicrnnes. which urrlied from
)iJnivln,-,HoJ)!jtt,.r9iipj-(yd to tbn
nco''it Ictrango phonoiiien6n'1 observed
upiieu mines uraucii nyiiioaraiuiio oi'
Number Will lie
In the south Paclllr Tor sereral
nights the hen ens w're lighted pji 115
bright as day by Hashes of miipy-col-ored
llghtH which bo said resembled
In n measure the auror.i boreal (.1. The
llghU enmu from tlio south ulid are
belleed by Captiilu Noel to ha'o been
lellecllot'iH of the rays of the full moon
Captain Kelly Lpit Out.
Captain Kelly, master .; ttio fast
und furious batk Andien- Welch will
hnvu to ithe a double-barreled alarm
clock should ho ngalu deslio to bent
Skipper Jackson, of tlio S. (I. Wilder
on a ilice. to the Pacific Coast.
ivoiiy suited from Honolulu komo
weeks ago his -ship tilled wjlli sugar
ami mixed enrgj and his mind occu
tiled with thoughts of winning out In
tho homeward trip against the bark
lleforo sailing each doughty skip'
tier made a vow that ho would;. boarj
ho other f How to the (loldqn (late
Kelly lelt tho Islands nt Honolulu
while Jackson raised his mudhooks
from Mahuknhu. Tho Wilder is said
lo have tiaveled a eonslderah'ojjjioat
or distance and anchored off; Mcggs
whaif at Koven o'clock In the evening,
two hoiiin beforn Kelly ami tbo( An
drew, Welch reached tho mucin envot
'd goal, they bath madn IhijfriMi In
fouitecn days, though no stovo-lld
medallon will adorn the manly bosom
of Kelly this tlmo as 11 recognition ol
bis prowess on the high hcas.j
Hundreds of Hlndccs Euroute) -
According lo private n-lvjcca Vecelv
ed ut Honolulu, theto tiro over flvo
hundred Hindoos now on llio wiiy from
Indlii for tho Pacific coast of tho
United States and It Is estimated that
practically all or this number will
puss through Honolulu ns stecrago
passengers by tho Pacific Mall nnd
tho Japanese liners.
Tho Hast Indians como from Pun
Jab district sailing fiom Calcutln for
Hongkong whero they tako ppssago
by tho Amcilciii bound steamers for
San Francisco or Vlctoila, '
It Is understood that cnrh'lmiut'
grant Is provided with sulllclent inn-n-y
In pay bis bond tax, Wlillo tho
vessels remain nt , Honolulu (j( local
Immigration authorities ns wclj nstho
steamship agents aro compelled to ex
e.rcjie grqal ram, thai, tup II mloos
do not k'avo (ho ship without hnvlng
ptipipllcd with ,lbp Federal requite
P3 : - J
Siberia Will Arrive Early. 1
On or about seven o'clock tomor
row, morning should seo the Pacific
Mall liner Siberia off tho Federal
linn amine. Tho vessel Is comltig
from Hongkong by tb0 way of Jiipan
eso ports mid Tor Honolulu tho ves
sel has S200 Ions of cargo. It Is tin;
dors'ood Hint tlio vessel will 'not bo
illspatrbed for Sun Francisco botora
noon on Saturday. Tho bookings far
the coast thus fur received fndlcato
that there will bo plenty of room for
all applicants for transportation,
Makura Due Tomorrow.
Willi a largo rnign destined for
Australian polls tlio Canadian-Austin-linn
liner Makura with, frqlght
amounting lo 2400 .tons and Including
sonio 50,000 cases of salmon will nr
ilvo nt Honolulu, tomorrow. Tbn ves
sel will leave b.ut llttn frolcht nt ilo
nolulu and will HiPrefnro bo given i
prpnipt dispatch for tho Antlpodet
Sovcrnl passcngcu-B aro booked for
Australia by the liner.
New York Carpq Enrouts. 1
t.aden wllh 11 fiitr.nmount of. frolght
fron) llio mainland n'porllou ofwhich
comos from New YO'rk nnd, ,tnnshln
iipd nt TeiU'iulPpec. tho American-'
Hawaiian freighter Columbian Is re
ported to hhvo sailed from Scnttlo
yostorday with dostlnallon ns Hono
lulu. Tho vnssel slioiihl nrrlvo horo
on or about Novepiber ICth.
KB -' "
Jananeie Crultcrs Preparmp. to Sail,
llound for Snn Francisco nndltliPiir
on th chiIfp to Central nnd' South f to enlsl government aid In the re
Ameilean pills, llio dim Japanese tut It of dissatisfied ltusslnns to thulr
crulsern Annum and Knsagl will sail 1
from Honolulu on Sii'uiil:iy Tho vosHi 1 "i
tola nro iow receiving's supJy.ofL
Wednesday, Nov. 9,
Newcastle N H. W K)leiiiobr. llr.
r.tmr.. p in.
Thursday, Nov. 10.
Midway island - Klniironco Ward,
nchr.. 11. m.
Wednetday, Nov, 9,
Kauai sirts- Nocau, sttiir., 8 p. m.
Malls air dun from tho following
IKilnts ns follows:
Ean Krnnclsco Per Korea, Nov. 14.
Yokohnmn Per Slherla, Nov, 11.
Australia Per Moana, Dec. 7.
Victoria Per Makura, Nov, 11. ,
Malls will depart for tlio following
points ns follows:
San Kratirlsio Per Siberia, Nov. 12.
Yokohama Per Korea, Nov. 14.
Vancouver Per Moana. Dee. 7.
Australia Zcalutidlu, Dec. !t.
I PA8SFNOER8 BOOKED
Per stpir. Clattdlne, for Hawaii nnd
Maul ports, Nov. II. lllshop l.lbert,
I. Crawford, N. Ilngens.
(Por stmr. Kinnu, for Kauai ports,
Nov IB. P. O. 11. Devcrlll, Oeo.
Maiobo, II. P. Kalena, Miss Kalenn.
Per stmr, Mnunn Kea, for Hllo
add way ports, Nov. Hi. Mrs. K. K.
Dye, Mrs. Slmcraon, -Mrs. I, A. Nn
walu, Mrs, Alex. Nnwalu, D. O. May,
It. I. I.lllle, S. Oreen, Mrs. Orecu,
Mis. McWayne, J. Oppcrgelt.
I TRANSPORT SERVICE, " ' 4
Iliiford nt San Francisco.
Dlx sailed for Seattle, Oct, 20.
Logan, sailed from l(on. for San Frail'
clsro, Nov. 0. ' '
Sheridan, nt San Francisco, Oct. 14.
Sherman from Hon, for ,Mnnlln, Oc .
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Wednesday, Nov. 9.
SKATTI.K-Salled Nov. 8: S. S. Co
lumhlnu, for Honolulu.
OAVIOTA Arrived Nov. 8: S. 8. W.
S. Porter, hencp Oct. 31.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Nov. 9: S. S.
China, fur Honolulu.
coal and provisions sufilclont to car
ry)lipm to tho coust.
Freight for Maul and Kauai.
Included in tlio cargo from tbn
mainland Hint arrived yesterday by
the Miitson Navigation stentner Lur-
lino Is n consignment for Kahulul nnd
ulso for Port Allen. Tho I.urllno is
oxieeted to 'visit theso isirts heforu
taking her departure for Sai' Krnn
Maul Drought Cattle.
With sevonty-flvo head of cattle and
a smnll shipment of sundries tho In
teistand steamer Maul from Knwal
lino and other ports on the Dig Jal
and hns nrrivod nt Honolulu. Tho ofH
cors report flno weather both going
Claimed Dombrosky Offered
Them a Cheap
Dissatisfied Ilusslaus who arc pin
ing for an opportunity of returning
to Siberia will hereafter steer clear
of thosu of their countrymen who
come, forward with offers for trans
portation to the homeland at bar
I.eou Dombrosky, n Ilusslan vyho
upon arrival huie was empo)ed as
1111 tuterpicter ror tho Hoard of
Health, mid also for the police dc
paituiout, found himself In trouble
as a result of charges brought
against him by llstlu llachareff.
The lattor Itiissluu alleges that lie
was opproaqjied by Dombrosky, who
claimed ho could guarantee a pan
tago to Siberia upon tho payment
of ten dollurs.
it Is ulso alleged that Dombrosky
asked .three dollar' advance, the bnl
nuco to be paid when the Immigrant
was safely uboaid the liner which
would tuko him across thu Pacific to
Ills' natlvo land.
Jpdge I.ymur had occasion to pass
upon tho case this morning, and as
n result of tho hearing Dombrosky
was 'lined Sjljo nnd costB, huvlng
b';uu found guilty ot obtulnlng
money by fulsu picteuscs.
Attornuy Frnnk And rude, who Is
looking after tho legal Interests" of
Dombrosky, Immediately noted nn
appeal to the higher court. Dom
.biosky Is out on ball to thu amount
At the lienrlngll Dombrosky on
tgred a Hat denial of having any
participation In the affair.
According to tho testimony do
duced thiough cross-examination by
Attorney Audrnde, llachkareff ad
mitted that Dombrosky had never
actually gunrnntood that ho stood
ready to pay the passage of any np-
iillcuiit. but that hn would endeavor
JV c,p 1 1 j II u I let In 1 per year.
('Continued from Pain
niniiiM reaiiy giiyi jtiiC'nildluss 11
worse uuieai tiian the voters ot
uai.11, vvnuo isuiiio, the
(nn candidate, rolled 1111
majority thun he did two yj-ars ago,
McCpndless got n pretty flpod vote
on Oahti. Ills percentage, of loss
wll) probably be. found to fW.much
heavier 011 Hawaii and Maul.
Ticket's Stiength Helped Him.
a Ills Is explained by the 'act that
the Democratic county tfrket on
Qnhu hilped to pull the llos up. The
Democrats had n strong hoi'd oil the
offices ot mayor, sheriff, deputy sher
iff nnd a member of the )ionr.l of.
supervjsors, and It ns tho; political'
btreugth of suchliiQli as ijern, Jar
rett. Hose and MqCJellnn Oiat kept
tie lloss from being qpinpletely
snowed under 011 Oahu. .IJven as It
was, he ran tulles In tho rehr of his
county ticket. ji
1 The following figures give nn Idoi
of how badly the. ltou was discred
ited In his own party, sbowlii,; ,&
they do that ho did not fun any
where near tho leaders on liu Demo
eratlc ticket: '.
In 1908 McCaudlcss carried three
precincts out of tweuty-Bcypu then
on Oahu, nil In tho I'l(thDstrlct.
lie got u total veto 011 tile island
of 21.13, while Ktihlo, with 2944,
led htm by Sll votes.
In tho same election. 1908, Fern
beat l.nneJjy eight votes, ern car-
rieu only twoivo out of iwcpty-scven
precincts, but his total was suffi
cient lo elect hint.
In 1910 McCandles? cnrVled six
nut of twenty-nine precincts, the
iiumbcr of precincts hnvlngbeen In
ctcased by two sin o last jjfelectlon.
Kuhlo beats him on tho Island of
Oahu by 1103 votes, gallllng 292
votes. " '
F,ern Bills Up. "'.. .S
In 1910 Fern beat I. arte by an
obtlmated majority of G2ind car
ries seventeen out of. the twiiity-nlne
jireclncts. t$ .
In tho election Just hold, Fern
carried the first, slxth'soventh.
eighth, tenth and twelfthpreclncts
of the Fouith District, ancVjhe first,
second, ninth, tenth, feloventh,
twelfth, thirteenth, rourtjMli, nr
teeuth, sixteenth null iqvnteentti
precincts or the Fifth District.
Whllo Fern was soyenjjiireclncti
ovor his figures In lads JiUCandless
picked up only three precincts, and
every ouo of .thaso preclucts was
ulso carried by Feu; In infest cases
by good majorities. Forn 'and tho
other county officer helped pull He
McCnndlees ran well .boltlnd his
ticket In many precincts. In both
the Fourth and Fifth districts. The
figures show It beyond denial.
Own Party Repudia'cs Him.
It Is tho overwhelming defeat of
McCnndlcKS by tho Republicans, cou
pled with the manner In which his
own party failed him, that give
plenty of reasons for tho political
wiseacres to argue that the little
llors Is down nnd out In politics.
However, you never fall tell In Ha'
vail, and McCaudtess, though he will
not admit It. Is nrobnblv iilannlncr
'another of his uborttvo political
j roups right now. He came down.
town early tills morning to shako
( hands all up and down .Kprt street,
pmlllng and declaring that he feels
I fine nnd cherishes no hard feelings.
However, beforo the bittorness of de
feat on Tuesday night had left him,
he docluicd that his own party
.throw hm dqwu, and various re
Tcfirks ho has let out since huvr
given some of his friends' tho Idem
I that ho Is looking for a scalp or
two ,lf ho can gut them, ,
1 7 rrr
Editor evening Bulletin:
Vnto the straight ticket except
Vote tho straight ticket oxcopt
I.ano. Thomns Square.
Voto tho straight ticket, but be euro,
to vote Jarrett and McClellnn. A Publ
" Novor mind tho vnlcfs. lb) mo lmvo
thO nnto. I llko to' lmvo a' shlno, s
peoplo can see pio; tills Is the good
chanco lo have tho free show. Paid
Tho above Instructions wero duly
carried nut, Mr. flood Itepubllean. We
Shall bee such Instruction will cairy
further out In 1912.
Honolulu, Nov. 10. ,'15. . "
At a distance or nr, mWa off tlio
port, tio XIntsoii Navigation steamer
Wllbolinlna enroulo lo San FrnnclBcj
was reported by wlreloss last evon
lug as meeting with flno weather und
n smooth trip.
Tho big oil tanker v. S, IMrfer
Hint sailed rrom Ilouoliilii oil October
31st after having 'discharged a ship
ment of fuel oil nt Knnnapalt and Ho
nolulu Is ieporte.1 to have nrrlved at
Sun Francisco on last Tuesduy.