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-W. 1'iiclHc StHlnl. "Vij
Honolulu Staled. y
, Honolulu Oomtnnnilcrr
Order of the Temple.
Honolulu Third Degree
Honolulu Chnplrr Jlnrk
Aloha Temple Ceremonial
All visiting member of tn
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
' URINE ENGINEERS' S Ao.
KlEFICIAL ASWIATIOH. cintion, cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meeta every Monday evening at
1:30 In 1. 0. O. F. Hall, Fort Strcot.
. R. U. 1II3NDUY. Secretary.
1 II. K. McCOY, Noblo Orand.
AH visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P,
i. ' '
Meets oyenr first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
eorncr Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to attend.
WJt. JONES. C. O.
' O. F. H13INE. K. H. S.
HAWAIIAN THIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. H,
Meets overy first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
ry'hlaB Hall. Vitelline brothers cor-
aUsllj Invited to attend.
A. U. KAKIN, Sichem.
E. V. TODD. O. ot It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, P. 0. E.
Meete on tho 2nd and 4th WED
til 3IlY evenings of each month at
rj:S0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Berctanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. j ' w. n. niLEY, w. p.
WM, C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Uodgo No. C16, B. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Btrect, near Fort, overy Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUailEBTY, E. tt.
GEO. T. KLUEOBU Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
. K. ot P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In i:. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ilerotnnla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYM)Tt, O. 0.
1 E. A. JACOBSON, K. It. B.
Dr. Hugh L. Dickey
Eye, Ear, Nose. Throat. 1150 Ala
fcea street (opposite Royal Hawai'an
TTntcn. Hours: 0-12:30 and 1:30-
4-30. Sunday, 10-11. Evenings by
appointment. Telephone 3024.
THE RENEAR CO.
" alVar'oba BEAN MILLS
K r'r'r The Pioneer Plumber
Mm 183 MERCHANT STREET
k , HAWAIIAN TlSHERY, LTD.
K i '
H& ' '' King Street Fish Market
mM. Telephone 2505
mm - - r
Bi 2185 I'dltorlnl ronnm 225(5
BjB , business ofllce. Theae lire the tele-
wL phone numbers of the II u I le 1 1 n.
SIMPLY LIGHT AND
Warmer tlocs the rest
ix6 Inches, weight
Slro 3'3x6 Inches, weight s',4
The only modern. Hafe, effective lind
sensible substltuto Tor thu antiquated
lint Water ling.
No witter lu ileal tin rubber to rot.
Will liiHt fur jours.
The Win mo la iiiiulp of metal heat
ed within olio lnluute by the lighting
mid liuij-tlim of paper tuno con
taining u liliii'U", MiiukrlriH utid
ihIo.icis furt g-neiatiug u iinlfDrm
liil which lusts ocr two hours nl n
..... ..r t...,,. il.utt ..., j mil It Id ,iifiil
.uot 'i nail iitmi wh' it'ii. ... ... i ..
to ill utiy iHirtlon of Iho body mid held I
in phue by means of u bag mid bell
allowing tho wearer to mowi about nt
,S A PUN KILI.lIlt
Tho Wolkom Warmer has no canal.
It can bo put Into constant action mid
Is Indispensable in cases of rheuma
tism, lumbago, neuralgia, Bcintlca,
lly placing the Wnrincr on tho af
fected part tho heat belni; dry, not
moist, liAkes out the cold. I'lislclans
hay that the inoisl lie.it of tho lint wat
er Imik will not euro but UKKnuate tho
iillnientB nlioo mentioned
Muny liaiu Lecn hold not a t'lifjlo
Coniplcto outllt Including Warmer,
baK belt, coll and 10 tulici ur rii"l hent
prcp.iid to tiny part of tho U -i iimii
receipt of $1 U0.
It ou wish to know more about this
wonderful device write today htr freo
WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO.
HIS Pultun SI., Ncii ork.
Watch Oar Windows
Made Exclusively for
the Class That's
ONE OF OUR
NEW FALL STYLES
SHAI'i: not found In
other stores, A crea
tion of shoe - making
art, fur btrcet uml aft
Shoe Co., Ltd.
loni TOUT STUKKT
175 BERETANIA STREET
Tho Wlso Woar TOItlCS, tho now
form fitting lentea; accurately and
promptly ground. Factory on tho
picmlscs. E)cs torre tly fitted.
Alfred U. Falrwe.ithcr, niunufnc
S. E. Lucas
Masonic Building, corner Hotel and
Tho best Lenses in town to fit
Ilcllcl 81. Hark .Sliind, l'hito IIM.
Try ii ensu of rincctiir. II 1 piirn.
IM Pollltz, tho San Friimlsco cap
Ittillpl, mitcmplutcs a trip to Hut
chliisuii iilnlitutlmi foil n.
v Tn Cull ulil Im linil. from
. I... Vlinl '-
hit extensive trip on the mainland
life l.ittiir'p:irt'of Uscoiiibor.
If vim lurittlt n viMid lull llnnn Oil On
auto or enrringo tnko It to Hawaiian'
Carriage MfK. Co.. 427 Queen 81
The Coiirtliiiul whist club, recent
ly organized, will have It llrsl sc.i
tlou at, tho Courtlniid InnlRhl
A. II. Dondcro, the local real es
tate man, now mi the Coast. Is cx-ix-ctcd
to letiirn In nliout two weeks.
P. llrady, it plain drunk was Kent
to tho city Links at iiimiii lod.i to
an nit alteiitlon at pollro ourt to-
niorimv mcif nlnpr.
Chief Jitstuo Alficd S. llartwclt
jestorday iippilutcd S. K Knimainano
as district magistrate for tho district
of Kalawao, Mnlok.tl.
Sam Kannlialio has been booked nt
tho polled station upon u clinrgo of
assault mid b.ittciy. Ills case was
(unlluucd utilll tolnorriiw.
The Itepulil! an county (onunlttco
has miilcr coiisldeiatlou tho con
tcctlng of the vote In tho Kakaako
pierlnct at the Inst clo lion
llrltiRltiK nearly four tliuiisninl tout
of gencrnl ciiirii but no pasnciiRers,
tho Matton iN,nlKilloii steamer Ku
iciprlso nn h oil at Illlo on last Siiii-
The second payment of Property,
Income and Special Income Taxes will
be subject to a 'ten percent penalty
after November 15. ueitcr pay now
and save the penalty.
Carbon copies (o bo, of value should
be perfectly clear. Tills will be tin
icsult ociy tlmo If Kce-I.ox (Jarbon
Is used, For H.ile by Hawaiian N'cws
Co.. l.td. Alex, Young Iliilldlng.
As a icsult of n general mix-up be
tween a number ot Itiisslnn women
at thu Iwllcl camp, n joiltig damsel
named Dciilnga kiipccnitsiin has been
placid under arrest to answer to a
charge of assault mid battery.
Tliero were no Bpcclal frills ut-
iichqd to the Jag that Alex. Kahaolll
uggeil to tho police station lust even
ng'wltli the asslstmica of an dfllccr.
llo was nsscsscd n lino of three dol
lars mid costs by Judgo I.Miicr thlu
McjsurCB fur the prevention of tu
berculosis mid n campaign ngalurt
mosqultocB will bo urged nt a meet
ing ot tho lied Crops Society this aft
ernoon In judge Dole's olllccs. Dr.
Ilobdy will piesnit a paper on tho
Otaiil. tt Japaiico iirrehlcd at tho
liistanco of Special Ofllccr Fred Weed,
(barged with peddling fish at a placo
other tlinii u regiitur mithorlred mar
ket, was grunted a continuance who'll
arraigned at Police Court (his, morn-
ng. Thu cuso will come up for lic.ir
ng on N'uiombcr 22,
W M. McQiMld nnd Volncy C.
Drlcr will bo placed under arrest Just
ns soon us their attending phjslciuuu
will penult of, their being released
from thu Queen's Hospital.
Against each participial In tho Ho
tel s'rect uliootlng affray, will ho filed
a clnrg-j of using a deadly weapon
with Intent to kill.
Such Is thu emphatic btatemcut that
coin.es f i oni tho Shcrltf'B olllco. Tho
police department will bo employed
In cmry .tho determination Into exe
cution, McQunld Is gaining slowly at Iho
hospital. Ho la alilo to bo about and
each day Is permitted tho prlvllegu
of walking Iho spacious lauais nt tho
Desplto all leports to tho contrary,
both Driver and McQunld can B.ifcly
count iiion facing u criminal charge
when Ihoy le.no tho hospital.
"If any uiovo Is niailu between tho
nggiebslvo purlieu towards a recon
clllatlon It will lmo to tin taken up
I nftcc wo get through with tlicm," In
sisted Deputy Shoiiff Chuilcs ltoso
I'Mist copies of tho 1911 Floral Par
lido posters weio dollvcrcd to tho
Piomotlou Committee luduy by tho
Bui lot I a Publishing Co, Ltd,,
through whom tho order for tho print
lug was .placed this J ear.
Tho poster design Is ono of Ilia
most eftectho thut has over been put
out by the Promotion Commlttco mid
when placed along hl(Io tho posters of
competing cities it throws them all
in the shade,
Tho design Is especially offecthoon
tho post cards and In comparison with
thu Paiiuma-Paclllc Kxpobltlon cauls
with which the country Is being flood
ed, uro far suporlor.
The lithograph work of tho postern
Is from tho presson of Biltton & H'j'
ot Snn rrnuilscn with wlinm tho or
der wun placed by tho Hullo tin.
Weekly II u 1 1 e 1 1 u 51 per year.
Cltv Tib lister Co.
PASSED TO JAPANESE
SCHOONER DAVID EVANS UNDER, BRITISH REGISTRY
'MAUN A KEA FITTED WITH NEW PROPELLER BRIT
ISH COLLIER SOON READY -FOR SEA' MAUNA LOA
BROUGHT SHIPMENTS OF!HA'WAIIA'N PRODUCTS.
Captain Hyde, master of tho Mat
sou Navigation tug Intrepid IiriH re
ccUcd n letter from tho const le'llim
lif thu s.ilo of the well known Ame
rican scho'iner nnd lumber carrier
D.ild Evans to Japanese. Tlio cssel
Is now at Port Hlukclcy laklng on n
consignment of lumber destined for
,Kobc, Japan. It Is Iho Intention ot
tho new owners to pl.ico tho essel
under British registry Tho Evans
hiis niailo fre'nucnl trips between I'll
get 'Siiiind mid tho Hawaiian Islands
and of liito has brought cxtensUo
ihij'tuciits of lumber and piles for
I'carl Harbor. The puich.iso calls for
tho pajment or SIS.000,
Kylemore Ready for Sea.
A shipment of about four thousand
tons of 'Australian coal has li-cn ills-
charg'd front tho British freighter
K)!cmiirc that has been I) lug at thu
Inter-Inland Steam Nalg-itlon Coin-,
pany's bunkers for n week past.
Tho cbm;1 will piobably get mv.iV
tomorrow. Tho dcslluatlon ot tho ca
hel has hunt llxcd for Australian orts
plid tho freighter may return In Now
castle,' N. 9. V., for another caigo of
Cattle from Hawaii. -
Seventy Ho Jicad of caltlo arrive 1
nt llio port ths"mornlng ns part of a
jdilpment of ciirgo liiouglit by Iho
Intcr-Waiui, steamer Kau.il from Ha-
w'all. Tho vci'Vel may go on tli" in ir
tuo rnllrtay' (lu'rlng her stay at Hono
Local Notice to MaCncrs.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS .MAUI 1SL-ANDt-WHAINA
Lalinlua Anchorage lluoy, icportcd
about 500 feet 'to' thu westward of Its
correct notjltlon, will bo ivplaccil as
soon us prncllcaljle.
Smcllcd to High Heaven.
Assorlcil uml odorlouu niodiicts
'from the Orient that mo at thu prus-i-nt
tlmo piled lu great quantities oir
'Alakca wharf have caused that place
to smell to high licavcn. Much com
plaint has been niado over tho ahso
Into luck of cntllatlon of a wharf
where hundreds of pcoplo nro com
pelled to lematii diiriiig tlio tlmo n -eebsnry
for tho proper docking of n
steamer or clso awaiting tho depart-
Hiu.i'l till iiiiiwiiiii ijiiiiiiii t.;n.iij,, ii
, , , , ., , , ., i...
Is claimed that with tho largo window
upaeo at tho maf of Ilia sti.ictur.o
mo. of nn outwurd bound vessel, It
thoru.should bo 'no icason Svliy a con
stunt circulation of codl fresh ulr
couhl not bo maintained. On u wtirm
day. Alakca whaif Is a placo to bu
rhimiicil by Haiioluhins who mo loth
to hniint u ulacu that would nttompt
to rltal n Chliiesq walled city In a
wholesalo display of concentrated
odors. A purer ntuiosphoro lit Alukoa
wliaif would certainly bo greatly up-
predated hy townspeople ami It Is
fair to ussiimo thai tho most c.iho
hardened tourist would not offer vio
lent pmtcst over .tho chango.
New Propeller for Mauna Kea.
Dining tho brief stay of thoBteainor
Mauna Keunt tho-'poit nnaw.hlnda was
fitted to tho propeller of tho, ixipulnr
Inter-Island stcaiicr tyuuna Kea. Tho iiim i ip PPAVUPnRn IQ -voEbd
Balled for Illlo hi woy ports IUUIC unHVYrunu io
nt ten o'clock this morning taking n
light list ot passcngcrB. Tho Terri
torial hand was on hand to pluy thu
Drlnglng Down Fe'edand General,
Tlieiu Is a shipment of Hour, feed
mid genoral cnrgn for Honolulu on
board tho Mntsou Nnvlgatldu freight
er llyades, that Is repotted, by tho lo
cal iigonts to ItaSo uallcir'from Soat
tlo on last Sunday. Tho Ilyndoa
should arrlvs hero on or about No
Sheridan Off for Manila.
Tho United Stutcs troopship Shell
(Inn filled almost to capacity with olll
ccrs mid troops Bulled from Oceanic
wharf tlmrtly after tivo o'clock Inst
evening her destination being Ma-
nlln. Tho vessel will leave a number
r i.,.. ...,!i ii.. r uiiu
Lurline to Sail Thursday.
It Is announced that tho Mntsou
Nsiilgttlon Rtonmor I.uillno with n
light list of passengers and a fair
(.las. 11. l,ov)
ON PAQE EIGHT.
iiu.iutlty of height will sail for San
Francisco on Thursday morning. Ten
o'clock lias been fixed us the hour
IN FOREIGN PORTS,
1 : 1
Tuesday, Nov. 15.
ItlcnONDO-AriUud, Nov. IS: Schr.
W. II. Murston from Illlo. Oct. 19.
SAN UtANCISCO Arrived Nov. ID:
1 a. in., S. S, Wlllioliulua, henco
SAN l'ltANCISCO-Salled Nov. 15: S.
8, Nuvadnn .for Honolulu.
ViCTOItlA-Alilvcd, Nov. 15: S. S.
Zeut.inill-1, henco Nov. S.
Hint l.i what U L. McC.iiidlcss.
omclllncn candhlato on tho Dcmocra
t!r ,Uktl f'"" ,,clc;s
""y ll "-"3l lll" '"
"10 nkl ulcetloii. llli
Uclcgato to CongrcJS,
bo defeated nt
lis statement, sub
pel Ibed end Lworn to lu iicgordanco
with I iw, w-is lllc.l In tho ofllco of
Kccrelaiy of tho Toriltory Mott-Smllli
Tho l.ugest Item, $1 130. Is nut Item
ized at all but Is disposed of under
Iho designation of "pemonal oxp"n
Tho next big Item is nno of $1,110
for traveling cxpeiibca nnd Is follow
ed by $71,1.50 for printing ami adver
tising, $120.50 for public meetings and
his nomination paper fee ot $25.00.
LAYING IS SET
On February 12, the birthday of
, , , ,. , . , ,. .......
Lincoln, the corncrttono 'if tho new
, ),,h. ..in i. 1.1,1
.' ,A' ' "' ' ,LS 'i "
according to piibuut prospects. The
board ot dlicetois lust night voted
to Kinfer with tho cotiti.ictora in an
effort to gel everything ready for
lnj lug the btnno by thai dato.
It w:ib reported that Iho member
ship on October 31 was 783, tho
largest In tho history of tlio asso
ciation. Forty-three new names
"Cl lopoitcil last night. Tho
rullmont In tho night school Is now
202 dlflciunt Individuals, another
The board appropriated $20,000
for furnishings mid equipment for
tho new building when Mulshed. Sat
incut Is noted,
in every depart
AFItK KULIIIUAL JOB
Ho Wants to Bo an Interpreter
In tho Next House of
Willi I Crnwfoid, who u ted ns
Hawaiian Interpreter for tomo of tho
Ite:,ilillc.ui 'candidates dining thu
past campaign, wants to ho ap
pointed Interpreter of tho next
House of Uopicscututlvcs,
Ho has u petition, signed bj scv
iral Hcpubllruiii leadois, which will
be presented to II, L. llolstclu, who
will piobably bu Speaker of tho
Tho petition Is signed by Prince,
Cupid, thu Delegate; It. W. Shlnglu,
" "' ' u",",, ' ? """u- ;""" "
Cathcart, Co .11 Brown, Chas. F.
Chllllngworth, C. A. Lour. D, Ka
laiioknlnnl Jr., 13. W. Quliin. W. O.
Arid, John II. Wlin. Ebdn II. Low.
A. S. Knlelopii, A. l Jttdd, It. W.
Ilreckons, W. L. Stanley. W. T. Raw
lins, (Icorgo Davis nnd others,
llllll MUCH IT
Tuciday, Nov. 13.
Knni mid K.iii porta Manila l.ou,
rtmr,, n m
Napooptxi-llclenc. Bltnr., n. in,
lliiw.il! ioits Kitiial, Btnir., n. in.
DEPARTED " '
Monday, Nov. 14.
Manila Via Jnnitti porta Korea, 1.
M. 8 8., 5 p. in.
Manila lu Oiiam Hherltliin, U. 8.
A. T. 5 p. in.
Tuesday, Nov. 15.
Illlo la way portB Manna Koa,
st in r., in a. in.
Hawaii mid Muni ports Motil, stinr.
Per stinr. Mnuna T-oa,' from Konn
ami Kail IKirts, Nov. 15, Oco. Camp-
bell It. Campbell, J. N. Koomon, fa
ther Charles, Mrs. Clrocnwoll, A. I.
(Jrecnwcll. Miss Wiley, Mrs. .1. A. Ma-
goon, Mr. Hiipal, Jno. Hind, J. 0.
Smith. II Mlkl. (), Mania. J. (lomez,
Sam Pua, Win. Beers. J, O. Young.
11. II. lltnton, tlco. Watt, A. White,
Itov 0. I.. Kopn. F. 11. ItosccraiiB, II
llancbcrg, K. Awana, U. Welnholmer.
Per slnir. Kliia'u. 'for Krtuhl YortB,
Nov. 15. J. 11. lltinl, C. II. Ilnll, 1.
I.. Frlcl E. Low oil, II. Snmcr, II. M.
Glltcl, J. I). Dougherty, P. O. II. Dov
crlll, II. Auhca, Coo. Malohq, Mrs.
Per, stinr. Mnun'ii Ixm, for Kona and
Kau ports, N'ov. IS. (1. Barker1, A.
Per stinr. V. 0. Hall, for Knual
por'.s, Nov. 1R. W. Stoddart, Mrs.
Stoddart. F. Weber.
Per O. S. S. Sierra, for San Fran
Cisco, Nov. 23. J. II. Melcalf, M. Car-
(111 Mrs Cardcll, Mrs. W. 0. Ashloy,
itr, K. K. I))o, Mrs. NoWnian, Mrs,
J I.. Thomas, A. I.. Derby, MnJ. C. A,
Long, Mrs. Long, Mrs. A. Richardson,
Mrs. C. J. Bnrclay. W. E. Bmco, Mifl
III nee, Mr. nnd Mrs. Bockott, W, C.
Baker. Mrs. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. 1 lea
ley, Mrs. L. A. Wells, Mrs. J. J. Kcar-
Jicy, A. u, stoiidnrt II. Gorman.
TRUE BILL IS
Tho Indictment that was brought
by the United States (Iraml Jury
against Lea Knl Is fatally defective
according to n decision that was
haudod down this morning by United
States Judgo A. 0, M, Robertson.
Leo Knl Fa I, editor o' a Jupunosu
paper was Indicted tor scidlug a copy
'of bis paper through tho U. S. miill.i
which continued nn article ot an on
Eccne nnturo. Ills attorney E. M.Wnt
bon, demurred to Iho Indictment on
tho ground that It did not set forth
tlio offense biifllclcntly bo ns to allow
tho defendant to mako an ndenuato
preparation for his defense. In tho
course nt his decision Judgo Hubert
"To chargo ono with having depo
sited In tho postofflco u ccrtiln nowa
paper without gMng any further par
ticulars by which It may bo Identified,
such as tho dnto, number or other
description; or, If only n slmplq nrtl
clo In tho paper Is relied upon, not
to refer to It by pago, tlltlo or other
wide, would render It difficult, nnd,
perhaps Impossible for ths accused
to tuko any steps In tho preparation
of bis defense beforo tho production
of tho tiOvonimcnt'B ovldenco at tho
trial of tho case."
Accordingly, Loo Knl Fat will havo
to bo Indicted anew If tho United
States desires to bring him Into court.
Bltullthlc has pasted tho experimen
tal stugo nnd Is a paoinctit that has
been tried and found not wanting, ac
centing to those of this city who
would liku to bco this sort ot covering
for that portion ot Fort Btrcet that
passes thiough tho down town dis
trict. Tho suggestion offored by Suporvls.
or McClellan nt lust nlght'B meeting
(.f tho City and County board that th
local company who ropicscnt tho
Warron Brothers piocoss of bltullthlc
pavement, lay ono block of tho pat-
cntod imo along Fort street Ihib not
met with n very onthiislastlc recep
tlou at tho hands of tho concern who
would havo to do with tho lajlng of
hc proposed system of paving for
Chairman Qulnn of tho Cl'ty and
uaiiuiy roan Hoard introduced n re
port calling for tho pavonjent of Foil
tticet by tho Bltullthlc Paving and
Concicto Company of Honolulu, that
met with n dlsiistinus fnto nt tho
bunds or mcmboia Ahlu, Cox, Loguu
Supcnlbor Aylett, while reported ns
declaring that ho favored the grant
ing of n contract to the Honolulu con.
corn, evidently did not Ilko tho llIca
of going on record In tho matter and
remained nwny from thn mooting of
Iho hoard. This left Chairman Qulnn
nnd Supervisor Knno to Biipport tho
I measure, resulting In n vote of two
ngalnnt one, lij tnblo Hip rriort noil
When UiiIiiii nulling tho pstlim pn-
led It was tho signal for tho whole
snlo opening of rioodgilcH of pent-up
oratory, Thcrn wns not n member of
Iho City nnd County Ixmrd present
lns( night hut took it shot nt tho inoa
sure, rjuliin contended mat ino out
ordinance had pasred itnislcr befoni
tho Siiprcino Court of Iho Territory.
"Tho nicasiiru wns In overv way legal.
ho thought. Ho also contended thnt
to pnvo ' between Borclanhi nnd
Queen "ctrccts ,ns was now In
(ended would cost tho County
porhnps less, than ten thousand dol
lars., The contract that lit- rerom
mended to be entered Into called for
lajlng pncmcnt (at $3.6o a sqiiarn
nrd. Tho contract was In every
way similar to tho, formpr ono twlco
vetoed by Mayor Fern save that ono
biork wiib cut frOm tho Job.
"There U no graft nbout this pro
position." declared Qplnn and I nut
tired of hearing complaints from peo
plo who find tho, down town main
thnrntighfnro almost Impasjiablo dur
ing tho rainy Bcaron,
McClcllan took tho Bahio stand ns
sulncd by him during Iho considera
tion of the Into and defunct ordinance.
that thn nrlvn ennrlillnnt ttinf Pltv
and County finances, Wnu(d iiot nt thin
limo permit of tho 'luxury of a pavod
Ihoroiighfaro nnd that the present
board had no right to bind a futiirn
body of Supervisors, to n contract.
McClc'llan cited figures gleaned from
engineering publications Jhlch ho
claimed (bowed thnt tho name pave
ment liad been laid nt Saint IxiiiIb,
N'r.w Orleans, Portland Oro, nnd oth
er mnlnlnnd cltlea nt miiclt less rntn
per squaro jnrd. j
Sitpcr'vlsdr Cox, who hndherctoforo
supported tho proposition to pavn
Fort street, wllli material other than
good Intentions. Bhbckod (Jiilnn and
tho representatives fo'r tho Paving
Company by coining out nnd blttcrlv
opposing tho measure. Cox waxed
eloquent In filing his objections to mo
When tho proposition was broached
that nn even thousand dollarn bo
shaved from ench outside road dis
trict Cox s well ns Ahla and others
Inunchcd a most emphatic protest
against tho adoption of tho plan. Tho
Supervisor froin, Walalua did not
want to llo up with anypaxlng con
e'ern nt tills Into stagV f, tho game.
"Whero is tho money coining from
to payo tho .struct," demanded Ahla
ns ho took Ills Blond ngaUujt tho mea
sure. Ahla believed that, to tako thn
fluids from tho other districts would
work a hardship upon 'hla constitu
ents uml ho Blatcd that ho would
never consent to any such curtailment
of County roadwork for ilho benotlt
of tho city of Honolulu, i
Logan told tho inoniboriiTthat tliero
were gaps anil scams iiiMho City ami
Qounty coffer which lad; resulted In
n nuhcr low su'pply'offutids. Tliero
Is n'smnllcr clciui up from tho Terri
tory und ho could not sco whero tho
oxtra money necessary for meeting
tho proposed paving bill would como
from, bo nlllgncd himself upon the
slda of tho opposlonlsts.
J. A. Oilman and scvWal other In-,
tcrestcd parties remained nt the board
room mitll tho fate, of tlio proiosltloii
to pavo Fort street by tho Warren
Brothers 'bltullthlc process had been
soaled, then they departed .
As tho matter now stands, the pav
ing company has a completo plant
Installed and two cxpcrtB nro duo to
nrilvo from tho coast by tho steamer
That they will consent to lay a
block for pxperlmontnl pprposes la
rather unlikely according to state
incuts made this morning. Tho now
board takes ofllco tho beginning ot
the year and It 'Is believed that all
moinbers with possibly ono oxcoption
will net ino'ro or less unanimous and
whin they assume ofllce, tho propo
sltlon to pavo Fo'rt 's't'rect will again
bo bioiig1 to tho foro.
Delegato Kiililo will Boon lenve for
Washington, to. bo present at the ses
sion of Co'ngroBS which opens In Do
cembor. Ho Intends to talto his do
piirturo In 'the Pacific Mall liner Man
churia, which Is duo to nrrivo from
In speaking of hla early departure
to Washington, tho Delegato said to
day that t'rlnccss, Kulanlnnnolo will
not accompany him this time, ns the
Ecsslnn will be of short duration,
Wltllo In Washlngjjin, It Is his plan
to seq 'thut1 alUmportant measures af
fecting Hawaii's interests are pushed
through, beforo ho leaves tho Nation
al Capitol for Hawaii again.
DICHLIN;, October b. Tho Hamburg-America
lino nmf Ihe Hnnsa
Steamship Cfy (hnvo copo to an un
derstanding In regard to the Far Kast
orn shipping trndo, and havo decided
to placo tt under ono management,'
thus! the transportation to tho Far
Kast will bo managed by tho Ham
burg America Co. whilst that to India
will be controlled by tlio Hnnsa Co.
Tho thing about th,o world's oerles
that astonished Ty Cobb most was the
fact that not once did the Athletics
pintcst ngnlnst nn umpire's decision,
while the Cubs ninny times tried to
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