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TVFININd mtl.l.BTIN, HONOLULU, T II. ritH)'AY. NOV 11. IPtO
Honolulu" ('nniiniinilrrj f
ICcil Cr. "
Honolulu .Second Degree.
Lrl .Uolia ('luit(cr n. i
All visiting members of ttu
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd nnd 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
tiimuc cuciutccc memoers ot
ciicciNllic-enprmnti !ne.r A
cntiiumu .- iinnure. ciationj cor-
HARMONY IQDGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
' Meets every, Monday evening at
1:30 In I, O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street,
v K. It. HENDHY, Secretary.
II. i:. JlcCOY, Nohlo Qrand,
All visiting brothers very cordially
DAHU LODGE, fNo. 1, & of P,
Meets every tirst and third Fri
day evening nt .7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
rorner Fort nnJil Heretanla. Visiting
brothora cord'Atlly Invited to attond
WVi, joni:s, C. C.
O. V. 1113INB, K. U. S.
KAWAIIJI TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Meets overy first nnd third Thurs-
Oiiys ot each Month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. VWHIng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. L. KAKIN, Sachem.
" K. V TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E.
Mrcts on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NE&DAY ovr nlnga of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Bfretanla r ml Fort Btreets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-
,(' TV. It. IlILEY, W. P.
WJI, C. McCOY, Soo.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. E
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, D. P. O,
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, rear Fort, every Friday eve
ning. VJsltlng Ilrothcrs aro cordially
In v I (oil to attond.
'JAS. D, DOUailEIlTY, E. It.
OEO. T. KLUEOEL, See.
WM. McKINLEY L0DOE, U0. 8,
: K. of P.
' Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In :;. or r.
Wall, cor. Fort nnd Heretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
Mad. II. A. TAYLOTt, O. O.
V. !A. JACOllSON, K. It. 8.
I' ,JU -. ,. - !
. CURIO CO
$r. Hugh L. Dickey-
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat. 1150 Ala.
fcea street (opposite Royal Hawaiian
Hotel). Hours: 0-12:30 and 1:30-4-30.
Sunday, 10-11. Evenings by
appointment. Telephone 3024.
THE RENEAR CO.
1 ' AL0AR0BA BEAN MILLS
The Pionwr Plumber
183 MERCHANT STREET
HAWAIIAN TISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
2185 editorial room. 22.10
liuslneis ofllre. These lire the tele
phone numbers of (lie II u 1 1 c 1 1 n.
NEWS NOTES FROM
llrllicl M. llnch Nl.mil, I'liuno 1152.
I Try n c.iso of Plncctur. It la puru.
The IiirI game nr min-cr III III" phone 1557
lolor xorli- will ho plated mi tin- it K00, vl(liout saying that every
school giounds louwriow nrtiTiiooM t,liiK ig licit lit Th0 Kiiuiro.
nt i r. Tho White an.) Itcd nityrt jsixjMi simp; no long waits.
tenuis w III ho the ,.nos to rii.l the Silcnt Biubcr ShoPi jjotc. strccti
scries. The Hods have lre..d won now & Co.-a (wholesale Honor
llle " '' lni'li'i! ix KHiiiRlit ,ie(iicr,) ncw telephone number is
games out ot ten. The Whites aio.jjig
dctcrtiie.,ri1 to win tonuiriowV panic' j. i:. iloejm, Iho Young llolcl tailor
inr tjio reason that tlie have s.tt(cd
Vi llielr best pl.tyciB to compete im
On the other hand, the Hcdi have
n strong team whl h will he ready
to hand a package of whitewash to
their otiponents after the came. Some
of the members of the Whiles claim
that thc arc keeping all their good
Pinters In rtnrc for this game, hut
the Urdu will rurprlse tl'.eni.
Captain Kalnl will he In tho pnine,
with Oimi'iil. A na vi, Spencer and a
few fther Rend plncrs on tho Hue.
Tne Red will h:ie Hewitt, Hush
nnd i: Aklntu In their lineup. Tho
(indents are looking forth to a good
and exciting game.
lteds -Hen Husscy (captain), II.
Ilndfrey, W Wnlaloalc. V. ICamalo-
plll. S Hush. 0. Hewitt. Ah l.oong,
I! Alkoiu, I). Illpa, .1. MIIIKna, A.
Whites- I). Knlal (captain), J.
Kmilh.ina, W. Opiitiul, W. A pan, A.
Spencer. .1 l.njan, C. Ilosea, It. KI-
iiolau, .1. Itobbs, K. Chung.
There were two Interclass boccr , WBH .tm ,, ,..
games plaed on the sc hoo pn.mi.lS(Tllo .)hlrK1 ,,,. WIII1 ,.,.,.,,. ,.-i-
.., mcI .. ..... ...... t'l... .1... ...
3 i-ni'iii,i .iiii-i II, miii, i iiu iiiev K.liuu
LlhPtn.l nl 1..II1 l.nlii-nn.1 tltn nlnltll,'
and sixth grndc, tho former winning
nfler a haul game by the closo score
of 1 to o. The goal was undo In
the llrrt half by (iodfrcy fiom the
I loth teams plajcd a fteady panic.
Thcro wero no star pliiprx In this
game. The eighth giado Iihb won
Iho btratght games, while tho
seventh grade, known as the "hus
kies," has won four and lost one.
Tho second game started at 1:1.'
and was between the I'.fth and t-ev
enth grades, tho latter winning fl-lt ()f 1U ih)mBi,i appealed on tho It Is uiuierstnDd ho will be permit
or outplaying the ounger team In ,, , ,,, ,lt 1 1,,,,,,,,,!. The man
inv pvvwipi iiiit tJ muiu
to 1. W. Knlna refcreed the first
i nn oniiriiiM nun inn noiit-n iirnu i
contest and S. Iliisey tho bccond.
There s very lit lo hopo or mo,
school entering tlio IiIk league now. ,
A new btep has been taken by l"o,
athletic enmm ttee to form nn Inter.
scholastic series. St. Louis has
pretty good iVnlur team and will
liu ,IDii:u lu JUI1I.
Tho Trl-Wcckly llauiller.-ift, puti
llshcd by tho Press Club, was beeif
enlarged this week, which Ij n lilg
btep taken by the member's of tho
clitli to lmpiovo their paper. Thin
paper Is circulated among 331 stu
dents. Thero will be a dres.i parade on
tho school ground,) Sunday afternoon
nt 1:30 o'clo k. Tho endcln aio In,
good form now nnd will be leady
to glvo it dress parade. Next week
will bo spent In target practlso.
Tho Kninohameha Junior team will
nlav llin Centrnl CrMiiimni- team it
gamo of weeor nt the llojs' Field
on Monday afternoon at 3:30. Tho.Rothcr the independent sieci couipa-
lineup of tho school team will bo tho
same as last Wednesday.
FOR ETERNAL YOUTH
Divine Sarah Says Fountain
of Perpetual Girlhood Is
Filled With Lemonade.
NEW YOllK, Octobor 31. Sarah
Ilcrnli.irdt's recipe for eternal youth
bus been discovered at last. It Is noth
ing moro nor loss than lemons. Tho
Divine Sarnli thus descanted on tho
virtue or her favorite fruit:
"I drink only lemonado anil cham
pagne, and lemonade Is best of nil lor
tho health. Thoy tell mo sometimes 1
huvo drunk or tho fountain or per
petual youth. Ilolloto me, that foun
tain Is filled with lemonade. If you
wish to bo healthy unit young.oit billi
ons nnd work hard and say your pray
ers to tho good God."
Mine. Sarali nlso expressed somo
original viown on the comparative ad
vantages or tho republics and mou
"Thero can bo no longer uny Em
perors whom tho people have ucqilir-
cd ii senso of humor," ho declared,
"hut In Franco wo huvo so ninny of.
lieu-holders and so many taxes lo
inaliilulu them. EiiRland Is ically tho
freest country In tho world, and Am
erica " Sarnh paused, hesltuteil it
moment unit then smiled hor most
radiant smijo "Is Iho most charming
nnd the most tyrannical. Every man
would forbid his neighbor something.
In one stnto It Is to smoke; In another
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA
It Is suggested that ecrcmii suffer
ers usk Honolulu Drug Co. of this city
ttluit reports they uro getting from
the pntlentR who have used the oil of
wintcrgreen ll(iihl compound, I). D.
celly II 11 1 1 e 1 1 11 ?1 per j car,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
hny-jiKt, leeched it line
ings. I ' ' '
llnu of mill
if you want H eooiI lob itunn on nil
auto of carrlngo tnkc It to Hawaiian
.Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St.
The second payment of Properly,
Jncome and Special Income Taxes will
be subject to a ten percent penalty
after November IS. Setter pay now
and save the penalty.
SCIENTIST SAYS ME
CAN PICTURE THOUGHT
Frenchman Ropoitcd lo Have
Made Snapshots of Actions
of the Mind.
l)r llaitidiie of l'.irln Is the selen
list who has been able to siinpsliot
thoilRlllK One d.i 1'celilh, while;
he was nt wink In hU d.iik icoin en-
yolve u pL'iplexliig iroli-'
I..... Ill it.K .1... ltl..l.,l.l.,lt (if .. Ill, I .1 . ft '
1,111 III ,11 ,,' , v;i..,iii, ii . .., i, ,.,,.. i.,
by etiniiie hu laid his hand on n
rcutlll.ed plate. This plate, iiilt
by iK'rldent, waa placed In the li.ith
MlMtln- ll-IMi II,., ollllMH V flllllt
the thought o euired to him
lthat he hid icsteil bis hand upon
the nlato while he wa.s tudltiK. It.wnne uiu vcnei was uikiiir on toai
iwiisjupt possible, bo ic.iboiied, that
his thought had been eiiught anil
held by the sensitized plate. lln.
deteimlned to excrlment with it
lew to establlnlilng tho truth, orj
falsity of his biirinlsc. Again nnd
agnln he repeated tho operation. The
results were Invariably tho same.
I The rleameM of tho Imago pletiued
1 on tho sensitized plate, ho learned,
I depended upon Iho loiiccntmtlon of
i l.l 1.i,u tlimifrli. tlin OIC-.
, i Priif'-sNir Elmer (lutes cf Wash-
same thing In n lllllo dllferent man
.... C?,. ..!.!.. I.I.. un1.lm.ta l'lllln
Illl'l. Olllll , I lll Ilia rin'jmn ...,..
, ,,,,., umler Merjr v:l.
()f iollnn )io ,., (.rci, tllllt
ihm,Ktoi produced n dls-
o , lc ,
,(( (ll) .,,
In moments of climax of emotion ho
wmilil have the siiblo ts breathe 111
a cooled tube. Tho breath liirtniilly
beennio condensed, nnd Professor
dales was able to chemically una
lyzo the prolpltntcs thus secured.
ThcbO nnal)be. showed that Iho color
and character rf tho preelpllato
wero totnllv dlffcreiit with tho vari
ous forms of emotion.
SCHWAB PLANS GREAT
COMBINATION IN STEEL
NEW YOllK, October 22. Cluulot
M. Schwab's negotiations for the i-
trol of tho Craniii Shipyard lit Phll.i-
ilclnliln ale said III wall hironl
' bo imrt of a plan for galheiliig to
tlnn which will wdilt In harmony with
Iho Hulled StateH Stool Corporation.
Tho plan Is in bo contingent iism n
decision of the Pulled Slat- s Supremo
Court In Iho St-indard Oil and tobacco
caos siiniclcnlly constructive to al
low Iho big Industries or Iho country
In reform their methods In conform
ity with tho Sherman null-trust law,
It such a thing Is possible.
Mr. Schwab will niako the Helhlo
bom Sleel Corporation, of which ho In
Iho rounder, and which Is biipiHised
to huvo Iho Ilii.tnclal hacking or An
diew Carnegie, tho nucleus lor tho big
It was ieporlpd In Wall street to
dny that Mr. Schwab hail bccuicil it
largo part ot tho outstanding capital
stock .ot Iho Cramp concern nud hi
now engaged In cpilo'iy picking up thu
Conurmnllnu or Iho story could not
bo oblnlucd 111 Wall strcot today. At
Mr. Schwab's cilice it wns bald that
ho was In Ilcthltliem and would not
return until Motility At Iho unices
of tho Steel Trust It was, mild Hint In
tho absence ot E. 11. Gary .thero was
mi 0119 who could bpeak with uutliui
Uy. IV 11 e k 1 j II 11 1 1 0 1 1 11 ?l per year.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. "
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reach the subt:ribcr by 5:30
p, m. Subscribers who fail
to receive the paper by this
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the Bulletin circulation
department by telephoning
complaints to 225G. A special
messenger will deliver the
Bulletin after this hour
when name nnd address of
subscriber me given.
Our New Phono
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ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAGE EIGHT.
WIRELESS SETIIED FATE OF
TRANSFERRED TO MpNGOUA IN MID-OCEAN JAPAN
ESE CRUISERS PREPARING TO SAl. H.iM0R AQAIN
PREVAILS THAT T. K. K. WILL ABANDON MEXICAN
Wlrele-s tolcgi.iph) sealed tho
fate of nt least one of bcvcrnl Blow-
aw.is that weie uueaillied on boald
the I'aellle .Mull liner Slhcil.i v'ille
that c?rvl was ite.imlug lio.u Yoko
liam.i to Honolulu.
The ilc.nlhc.id pissetigcr was it
.Inp incise who was illscmciud b
i rited In the ((ill biiukeis. He Is
pimiwwi " nae uowen iiimarn
Thiouch tho Intervention of wire
less, I'.iptnln AiIiI.iii Zecdcr got Into
. ommuiil Mtluu with tho steamer
Mong.ill.!. The csols wcio thus
enable. I to get together, nnd a trans,
ler of the Japauero was made by tho
lue of the ship's boat.
Another htowaway, u Husrian, was
also ills -ovcieil, but the (.ihlu pas
tciigciH ru'tinil a i.ulll lent sum to
Kettle fur hU, HlnerHim lMH:lLTll nnd
elnlnied lo bo u mnchlnltt and ho
of Iho Island plantation.
Tl,,. Ull.nrli, ,...,! ...III. 11, ... ., Il..,r
, -"" " . ' V,
iiuuiig inc grcuer jian i uiu inp.
Tliu M-rxel wis oideied to lull at
Manila In order In laud -i (lunutlty
of iirtrti'n:.iMcr freight for the
in my stutluiicil In tho Philippines.
Honolulu druwH t.lx cabin, nine
teen bciouil-cl.iSH nud nlncty-fivc
.ileerago iiartaugcrs. The through
fst Is a light o,iu ns far s the i.a-
Jram s riuicerued. It Iho Asiatic
bteeraRO thero nic tratcllng 30i! pas- don Its service hctwu'n Hongkong
scngcrn fnr tlio nialiiland. Contrary .liip.iu nnd Mexico. The Japaiiesn suh
to exiieLtiilluiis, but half it dozen sidy law foihhls tho receipt of nub
Hindus were found on hoard tho sidles fmni other countries, mid tho
versel. " Japanese company considers Iho lino
Tho work of ills barging u con- uupioulnblo without tho subsidy or
ilgnment of 3200 tons of Orutnl. JID.nno per lilp paid by Mexico.
r....,..l ,.- , . '.. ..'
IllMKIIl as negllll tlllliuni UH tuuil nn
thu Mwel ihew up nluiigsldo tho
Alal ea bticct wharf.
The tetsel will 111 nil probability
icmuln at the port until noon to
inrntiw, although HJ l'fickfelil .t
Co. huvo thus Tar bet no dellnlto
time for dcpurtuin.
Among thoto stopping over ut tho
port Is Sam II, Tilssel, a newspaper
man of note thrughoiit thu East,
wnn win remain ncro ror 11 unci
vlrlt. Trlssel was 0110 of tho very
low pioneer newspaper mm
ateil 1'icsH (orrespondents who ac
tually succeeded In getting to tho
fiont nnd center nt tho several Im
portant battlcB fought between the
opposing armies of .Inptn nud Itus
Bin during tho Into war. For the
past, few jear.1 ho hnt been a.ssoii
lit 0 1 with iiowspapcr enterprises at
Shanghai and Manila. At picsciit
liu Is ropicbcntlng tho famous Phil
ippine Cainltal that Is to ho hold
ut Manila noxt February.
Caison Taylor, publisher of tho
Manila Dally Iliillotln, a leading
morning paper ut tho Philippine cap.
I itat, Ii, making 11 trip to tho States,
Ihoro to purciiibo machinery nnd it
(.mm, leln tkltitit frit- bis ntililleatloll. I
J. It. DrlggB Is tho skipper of tho
Pulled Htalet naval collier Justin
flu Is on lonto to tho States on lcavo
Illshop 1',. E. IIosh Is returning to
bis home in Tcnnniseo after tcveial
yenrs' sertico on thn nilsaloii stu
tloiis throughout China.
Pilot .Miller In i:oncralcd.
Tliitt Pilot Jiimes Millar wiib not ic
sponslblo for the grounding of tho
lliitiuh sleamei- Dauiaru, olf Foil
Point, during 11 heavy fog tlueo wculcs
ago, wan Iho testimony of tlio wit
nesses at the healing hold before (ho
Statu II111 hor CortuulsHlonors nt Cap
tain milliard's olfleo.
Miller, Cuptaln Francis Stownrt nnd
tho first nnd second mates, ull testi
fied that the fog was very dense and
that they did not hear thu log whistle
ut Fort Point until lifter tho steamer
hail at I'm 1;. Tho evidence Is now lin
ing considered by tho Commissioners,
who will lender 11 (Incision noxt week.
Miller has piloted vestels In nnd nut
of tho harbor fnr forty-four years and
(bin Is the only lime that he has etcr
been called before 'tho Commissioners.
It Is said that this constitutes 11 recoil!.
Number Will Ha
(Jasj II. I.ovr( , ( f'
Ucutschland as a Private Yacht,
Accoidlng to Iho Hamburg cones
pnndciit of Iho Koliiltoho .eltiing, tlu
Haiubiirg-Aineilc.iii l.luo lias decided
to tranoini lis fast hIu.iiiici' Deulsch
land Into a u'e.iniei' lor pleiiHiuo
eiiilsvs, and to sell the excursion
yachl Ocean. I. Attempts hao heen
luado In sell the Deiitschtaiid, but 11
w.ii found ImiKmslblo ti obtain u fnv
uinlilo prlre. Negotiations nro nlso
pioeo ding foi tho illupiual or Iho four
old West linlla steamers Cliilsllanla,
Croatia, (lallla nnd lllspaulii to tho
Moulin fit in or lletzlalf.
Frc'fjhtcr Vas Tull of Prunes.
Tho AiiilmIciii llnwallan Height T
Nebrnskan thai nftcr taking on sugar
nnd general caigo fiom tho Hawaii
an islands, sailed Horn Sail Fiancsci
Iho His! pait of last month bound for
Sallua Cnu, Is lepoitcd to have had
on board a bhlpmeiit of 310 tons or
California prunes. The fruit was to
be tiaiiblilpp.il to Franco nnd Ger
. Makura Due Tomorrow.
I A ,-.,, ,11,,,' I,, It ,,l...., .i.f.nli.i.l l.c
"" " ,..v... ,t..t,.., ,v
agents lor tho Canadian
Aimli nllan Hut Mul.tirn that, vessel
will in ilvo from Vnuc'iiiver nnd Vic
toria tomoiiow. It Is understood that
a g od sized list of passengers will
lento Iho tensol ut this ixirtrtpTlpf
Mnkiira lakes on transhipped cargo
for Fanning Island,
Tho Toyo Klsen Kiilshn Is to nliatt-
No Yards for Asia and Percla.
Tho llillinh sleuners Asia and Per
sia, of Iho Occidental & Oriental
Steamship Co.. hate been lellcved or
their yaids. Slim 11 or Iho weight or
Iheso yaids. which are 110 longer used
to any extent, tlio two Intel mediate
steamers will piolnhly make better
time ami bo 111010 steady.
Saint Ronald Sailed for Honolulu.
wb it, H believed to bo nnolher ves
krl Jm ,l0 j,.,,,.,, , ciicchorough freight
sson-K;n,.0 icpoitel to lmo sailed
1 1 cm 1 .01111 Willi ilc'.'tlnnllon as Hono
lulu 011 October 3lii ai'eoidlug to ad
vices Hint hato Jml been received nt
tho rill- The steamer Is listed ns
tho Saint Hotuld.
China flrlnalng Small Cargo,
Tho P.uille Mall htciimor China Is
duo lo unite ut tin. pint on I'llday
liiliiglug less Hum Ilvo bundled Ions
of Oileiilal 011 go and 11 fow lay ovr
pabbcngers. Tho vessel has accommo
dation for nboiit Ihlily-flvo saloon
pnssciigciH fiom Honolulu to Sail
Steamlnrj Throuoh Fins Weather,
iho Matbou Navigation steamer
1 Wllliolmlna is moiling with lino wen-
1 1 hor on Iho tilp to San Francisco uc-
cm ding lo a wiieless that has been
received lit the, agency or Castlo &
Cooke. Tlio vessel was 10!) miles nfr
tho poit nt eight o'clock last evening
Standard Oil ffcleise Two Shies.
Tlie Amerlrnif sleel bhlps Atlns nnd
Astral, 2.9S7 tons rcg, each, built In
l!)ill mid 19U2 by A. Sownll & Co.,
nlltli. Mo. and owned by Iho Stand
ard Oil Co. Now Yolk, huvo been
liausf-ned to (ho Alaska Packers
Ai,,oc-itlin, Sun' Franrlsrr)."
New Vessel on Australian Run. , A
ii is, lupui ten nun uiu pippon. ill
sou Kalsha' has placed nn onler with
a Japanese firm for tho const! uctlnu
of n (i.OOO-lon mall steamer, which
will leplaco tlio sUiinier Yiiwnla Mnru
in thu trade between Japan, China
Manila and Australia.
Alaskan Carried Shipment pf Shingles
Whllo liiui'ier Is freqiitntly shipped
In Now York by water tho first largo
shipment of shingles In be loaded hv
a stenmei nt Tncnnia lor New York
lias been taken by iho Aiuerlcan-lln
wnllnn liner Alasknn. She loaded fi.-
582 hmidlcs or shingles tint ns tlio
Frhhy. Nov. II.
.Manila. Hongkong. Japan rlu
Ulherln,,!'. .M. H S.. 8 n. in.
I'rr 1'. M". 8. S. Hlllfrln.-fiom Ma
nila, Hongkong mil Japan porls, Nov.
II Tor Honolulu' Mis. H. (Iurt2,
H II. Trlssel, T. .1- Ilarklcy Mi's.
II.ii klry. W. S. llaikley. (1. II. Shaw.
Thtouglr tl. Ahriihainsoii, C II. Cam
ei on, I,. V. Oarniaek, Miss M. M.
Cook. Paul Denial eo. .1. It Drlggs,
Mrs. A. John Francis Mrs. M. Hagor
nnd Infant, .Miss U. linger. Master
Hniold linger. Illshop E. E. (loss, Mrs
V. Hoy. C Hoy, V. llnnl, I)r Victor
Kiihue. Miss M. E. McCnlniont, Miss
M. MeKcnile, M. M. ltnmsay, Mrs. J.
II. Hethlnger, F. (1. Hhortcll, C Tny
lor. Miss A. Tennant. Miss I. M.
Worth. S. Morton Colin, Mrs. 8. Mor
ton t'olin, 11, 1.. Polcman, Mrs. It. 1..
t'olemnii and servant, Win. Coleman,
M 8. II. Kinnk, Mrs. M 8. II. Frank.
Miss M. (iardncr, Win. II. lloyt. Mrs
Win. II. Ilojl, Mrs. 8. Ishlznkl, K. II.
Knox, Mrs. K. II. Kmx, A. McMillan.
Mis A. McMillan. F. E. O'Neill, O
A Poole, L. II. Vilas.
Per stmr. Claudlric, for Hawaii and
Maul ports, Nov, II.- lllshpp I.lbcrt,
I. rrntvforil, Ts'. llagcns.
Pir C.-A. 8. 8, Makina tor Auslni
Han Hirls, Nov. 12. Dr. nnd Mis.
(Iiaco nnd Infant, S. (Iiaco, H. W. Saif
fonl, .1. P. Tcpson,. W. W. llaliu, Mr
and Mrs. Harney, Mrs, Kills, Mr.i.
Pnlnler. F. 1). nurnlnghiiin, V. 1). Har
dy, .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. llandforlh, M.
1). Sliolliimburgcr anil C. Itlboud.
Per P. M. 8. 8. Siberia, for San
I'Vanclsco, Nov. 12. Mr- and Mrs.
George M. Howiey, Mr. nnd Mm. E.
A. MQlt-Siullh, Francis Guy, Mrs. .1.
Ward, Dr. I). I.eo lllrschelcr, A. C.
naiiuigartncr, I). Dolo, II. Hnrl. Y.
Illiimeeln, .1. llrndy. W. It. V. lining.
II. Tsiuln. C. Curtis, F. I.. Oliver. II.
II. Knelling. Mr. mid Mrs. II. Yoahlila,
Mr, ami Mis. C. II. Wilson, II. E.
Ktcncisen, F. F. Wenrner. Mr. mid
Mrs. It. E. Phlgcoii, (1. II. Monroe, F
II. Pago and E. l.jnns.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports,
Nov. 15,P. G. II. Uuvcrlll. Oco.
Maeoho, I). P, Kalcnn, Miss Kalcua.
Per ttmr. Manna Kea, for llllo
and way ports, N'ov. IB. Mrs. E. E,
live, Mrs. Slmcrenn, Mrs. E, A, Na
wnlti, Mrs. Alex. Nawalit, I). O. May,
It. I. I.lllie, S. Green, Mrs. Green,
Mrs. McWayne, J. Oppcrgclt.
IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Thursday, November 10.
Salt Francisco Arrived! Nov. 10,'
S. S, Alaskan, from S.tllnn Cruz.
I.clth Sailed. Oct. 30, S. S. St.
Itonitld, for Honolulu.
llllo Arrived, Nov, Ii, schr. So-
(uola, from Eutcku,
Port Allen Sailed, Nov, 10, schr.
Salem, for Port Totvnscnd.
Wednesday, Nov. 5.
SEATTI.E-Salled Nov. 8: S. S. Co
lumlilaii, for Honolulu.
OAVIOTA Arrived Nov. 8: S. 8. W.
S. Porter, henco Oct. 31
YOKOHAMA Sailed Nov
9: S. s
China, ror Honolulu.
Tuesday, Nov, 8.
EUREKA Arrived Nov. 7: Schr. Ilo
rcnlla, from llllo, Oct. 19.
FOItT HIIAGG Arrived Nov. 7: Ilk.
S, C. Allen, henco Oct. 18, with
main lop mast gone.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Nov. 8, V
11. Ill : S. S. Koica, henco Nov, 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. 8, 1
p. lu.: S. S. Koiea, ror Honolulu.
OSCAR STRAUS TIRES
OF DIPLOMATIC SERVICE
Embassador to Turkey Plans
to Step Out Taft Anxious
to Hold Himat Post,
WASHINGTON, I). C, Oct. 28.
Oscar S. Straus of Now York, E111-barsad-ir
to Turkey, has Informally
submitted his resignation to Presi
dent Tart. Straus Iiiib been Ameri
can diplomatic representative at Con
ttanUpoplo slpco May 17, 1909, lln
I- til nl or Iho diplomatic scrtiie, :
Is said, uml wishes to resuine his
rohiilen'o In this country. Stiausl.i
now lu the United Slates 011 a leave
ot iihscncu. Picsldeiit Taft and See.
letury Knox bavo not accepted
Straus' lesigu.itloii, nud It Is being
held III uhcyaiico,
Tho diplomatic post nt Constant I
poplo Is lmpoitunt ut tho present
time, notably on account or the ract
that nn application for 11 $50,000,
0110 rallio.id project lu Asia Minor
has been fllpil by tho Ottoman
American Devclopineut Company, an
The granting of tho loncesblon
tvus opposed by tho Geiinan Einbas.
sadnr nt Cuiihtimtlnoplo on tho
giOiind that tho' pioposeil railroad
would injuie me (ierman railroad en
terprlses lit that region. nth the
PioBldent and Knox lire anxious to
retain Straus lu thn diplomatic ser
vile, uiu may pcisiiado him to re
main ut his pieseut post,
:: j: :s t: tt :: tt :t w :: :: 2: tt :: n :: n
iiitlro conblgnineut of thiity-four ears
did not arrive lu time to bo slowed
on Iho Alaskan, tho hulnnco will Ipl
low by the next steamer. Thn steam
er also carried 21,000 ft. or small
lumber nnd seven carloads or cross-nuns,
if Fort street Is lo no tmved with
itialcrl.tl other than, good Inientlonn, I
fall to soo where Hit' money; is coming;
riom," was the comment mrnlo by onn
liH'inbar or tho inoWly-elected llimid
it would look us ir thu now board
would takd ollke with it largo nnd
healthy deficit staring thct i In tho
''Tlio present Hoard of Sipcrtlsorn
has already spent money that will
have to ho made up ut tho commence
ment or the session or the next
However this may be. Chairman
Qulnii ot tho road board tins sintcd
that ho will Introditco nn onllnnnco
or it resolution calling lor tho paving
or Fort street between Queen nud
"The pitting of Fort street la as
sured," declared Qulnn todny. Wo
will pans tho measure dcspltq the nt
tlttido assumed hy Mayor Fern, or"
other obstructionists now Included In
tho membership of tho present hoard.
Thero was Biiillclcnt noire, and com
motion in the vicinity of. King and
llcthel, stieet this morning to revlvo
latent memories of those days when
"soapbox oratory" held a lull swny
Two livnl liackmcn Joe Podcstn and
Manuel Sllv.t engaged In it littlo fis
tic argument over business mattera
and It requited tho services of tho
police to straighten nut complications.
Sllva fllcd complaint against Po
dcstn charging ths latter jtith assault
anil' battery. f
Tim matter will probably bo ouo o!
several cases that Juilgo 'l.ymer will
hato to untangle tomorrow morning.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record, NiSy. 10, 1910,
from 10:30 a, m. to"y-p. m.
Kelomlkn J Awaawa aiid'thsb ot at
to Wong Toup fii D
W M Mlnton nnd wf to Mrs l.ydla
W Young ......... D
Mary M-WallcsrJftAltv- to John 1
Walker . , . '. . L. .".' !7? D A
John Walker nnd'wf to II Water-
hoiiso Tr Co I.ld Tr M
Chun Kim Sut and wf to Wong Goon
Hun ot nl D
A S Cleghorn to Zcu Kau L,
Young Ping lo I.11111 Duck Chcw...L
Est or II P Illshop by Trs to A S
Iluniphrc.va ....'. j I)
A S lliimphicys lo Trs or Ebt of
II P'lllhliop ; M
W M Mlnton and wf to William O
IJit of S C Allen by Trs to ICImlra
M Johiibon I)
Kalinukl Land Co Ltd to Mrs Vltin
Samuel Parker lo Caslmlra A Drum-
iiiond D 1
Entered for Record Nov 11, 1010,
from 9 a, m. to 10:30 a. m.
T All Kong lo Holcliia Tract Plan
Thomas J Qulnn nnd wf tvi Clem K
Clem K Qulnn to Annlo Qulnn.... D
Western & Hatvn Invst Co Ltd to
Mniy A Short ami lush Rcl
Georg-i W A Hnpal to Henry C Ha-
Nelson K Snirrcn lo Henry C Ha-
Illshop & Co to E -W larnard...Rel
Recorded Nov, 1, 1910.
Unci Kinney to MrsLtzzIo K Awnl
et ills, I.; 1032 sq ft land, Walalua.
Onliii 1.1 yrs al $30 per yr. II 330. p
113. Oct 18, 1909.
Est or II p Illshop hy Trs to Mary r
A Plenior; I.; lot 9,.hlk C, Paal.ta-
kal, Walnliiu, Oaliu. IS. yrs at $2.1 per
yr. II 330. p 411. Juno 22. 1810.
I.llliinkalnul Trust by Trs to Jos
eph F Iliirao; L; Lota 3 and CI nt
Kill 7713, Knliala Lots, Honolulu. 10
Ml at $52.r,0 per jr. II 330, p 418.
Sept 1, 1910.
William E II W Tnjlor ct nlu by
I Gdn to Ng Vow: L; pur Lot 1, Coney
I Est Tract and Kill C2I7! Nuiianii val
ley ltd, Honolulu. 11 yis at $25 per
yr. II 330. p 121. Oct 1, 1909.
Tient Trust Co Ltd Tr to W A Me
Ka. I); Lots 5 mid 9, Dlk 10G, Ocean
View Tract, Honolulu. $050. II 335,
p 230 Oct 31, J910.
Kaolilmauiiu Oplo (k) lo Dick IC
Diamond: I); R.P (HrMftSn. Mnliluln.
N Konn, Hawaii. $1 etc. 332, p 374.
Nov 1, 1!H0i f ,c
W I. Docolo lo L Welnzholiuor: D;
1-2 hit In H P 1829. Kill lIKl, pes lnnd
1 nnd fish ikiiiiI, Alialno 2 etc, Molokal.
, $300. II 333, p 229. Oct 22, 1910.
Tho "balf-Bbell gown-' is fashion's
latest otToiIng for women. From Its
appearance wu Judgo that It will hn
worn by tho lialf-buked girl Spring
"You seem 10 llud your book very
Inlerestlng, Miss Maidstone," "Yes;
It Is nno of tlio most charming stories
1 hnvo over rend. And bo, trim to life. -
Every man in It Is 11 tlllhiM." Tit- 7i
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