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EVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, APR. 6, 1911.
Ore.uilr- Si mini l(grif.
Hawaiian Si i iiinl lltgrcc.
Honolulu Third Hcgri r.
J.cl tlnh.i Chapter n. !l
idgiiliir. Ail x'eltlnp members o( tn
Uuli r rurdtnlly Invited to
itn I i i-tl iMof local lodge"
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
Monday 1 of
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
HARINE FSi6IHtERS" 0 A.o.
'UcHEFICIAL A?Sop.IATIOrl ciatiom cor.
1 iklly invited,
JIAWAIIAN TRIBE. No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first Ami third Thurs
days of each uiooth nt Knights of
Pythias Hnll visiting brothers cor
dially Invltnl to attend.
Jl. KOsiTEU. Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C. of It.
B0N0LUIU AERIE, 140. F. 0. E.
Meets 011 the 2nd and 4th V12D
, NliSDAY evsnlngs or each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of I Hall, corner
ISeretanla. arid Kort streets.
Visiting Eagles r.re Invited to at'
a 1:11 A DAVIS w 1'.
)I I'. Met MY. Sec.
HONOLULU LOBUE, C1G. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo Mo. GIG, II. I'. O.'
Elk 8, meet In their hall, on King
Btreet, near Kort. every Frliluy eve
ning. Vlhltlng Brothers ura cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS, D. D()U(!IIi:UTT. B. R.
QUO. T. KLUEOKL, Sco.
WM. McKINLEY L0DOE. NO. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and rierctanla. Vlslt
Idx brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. T. K. K1LHKY. 12. C. .
K. A. .IACOIISON, K. K. S.
An eight inl'lum ilitllur Irrigation
projis?! about In lin; loiuplitesl 111 New
Poutli Utiles will Ik-iicIII 1 r.iio.noo aire
of land iiinl utter mtlletm lit oppol tunl
tleii to Tuunn persons
ilwo blocks of liutlilltiit, tcunpusing
tho plant of the Put mors' .Manufactur
ing cutupanv, weie destroyed bj lire
nt Norfolk, Vn Tlio IpiB Is estimates!
"Kteerj linn 1 ie mi'iiiiuliili breaks
down I null , joii 1 xiiiiiIik our Mate1
license." I il'l llwt foi tnioilliigc-
ment T, In n 1 it o I'm 1 eiinpi lent
to optruic t lit 111 11 linn Houston
f N iP.-Ti
Hi 1 iiUy in lUu-Cuc (!,. fni
ZSUy in J
gets to the point quli l.cr I2very
tlllH WO I'Mllllllie u persons CCB
01 111 a pair of glasses, w Bin- tho
full 1111 mill 1 nf our rxpTlmcp,
which pvlcmli our many pnm.
Tho pxpiilMKii hnn kIm n iih Urn
skill mill ulillltj to nsl. fur mill
niorlt our cnulldvnce
Doston Building Fort Street
Ovtr May &. Co.
MARQUIS CiTtT E , V E I L 8
Milton and Parsons
Hotel St., opp. Youna Phono 3023
ARE YOUR DILLS FOR FUEL
TOO HIQH? It costs nothing In
oil, gas or other fuil to bout your
linth uith n SUN HEATER. It
I combines comfort tilth 0, onomt
I 11 rlto Indnt for nrli of Sim
IClMtrr- to WARREN B. CRAW,
!,Box po?, Honolulu.
St The 'iiilm'iilM'i ill ii lin lip" n
it glvin to imderst ilid Ilia -i fn
tt a$ (lie Ke ll.ltr Is CUtlremcd Hit rr
tt "111 tip no ui'irp r the combine 1
t unices of Suiipiint) iul in "I I'iiIi
St'tlo Wtuks mill I'ninnilwloucr it
tt I'nlllli- Lands The Senate will
: segregate Hip Items of thote sal
it alios 11 ml tlio fort.t olticen to imp
St man will Iip mi morp. Campbell
tt will prnbabl) lie allowed to rp
tt iimIii ns Supeiliiteiiilcnt of Public
t: :: tt :: t: :::::::::::::: s t: tt tt
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Qulltin telephone numbers
have not been changed with the loca
tion of the papar. They remain the
same as printed In the telephone direc
tory Dujineu office, 2256 1 editorial
Auto, J I per hour, Iwls Stables
Tiy n case of I'lncrtar. It Is pure
A nil, Nichols Co, Mil, hale. 11 lino
Hup of Kasli'r i.irds from 2 for fi cents
to i'iO crntH each Don't miss seeing
Pay ensh and ask for green stamps.
They'ro free. Call at the how rooms
and see what you get frco for
Oct jour clothes mndo to jour own
mp.istiro at raidy-mado' prlica by
(ico A. Martin, Kaplolanl Illdg. Knits
$20 11ml up.
Solid hiimo of (lurrpy's bpuutlfiil
Custer rnrds to jour frlpiuls ns Hast-
pr ipmpmbiiiiucs Spo tho display In
'I Iip npw Iinlvpoinlcnt Tlip.itpr on
Hotel stipct will open up on Salur-
1 .1 nlghL Tho admission charges
.ire only r and 10c.
'I lip. rpftiil.ir moutlil nipvtlng of Ilia
Calhnllp Ladles' Aid Sn letj will lint
bo held tomorroH, baling been inist
iKiiiPil until next 1'ildaj. April 14,
11111, at 3 p 111 a' tlio Coment.
A 111 Nkuo of itock of the Mutual
Teh 11I1011" Coinpaiu.iof $r.0.ni0, dltrlli
ulnl iro rata amnm; the BtooKholdors,
was ilei'lilml upim ut 11 iniN-tlng of thq
Ulroctnni yrntiroiy Tlip total uipllaw
tnitiun Is tn ijpjsioo.tmo,
TO STAND PAT
Oahu Delegation Gets Togeth
er On County Govern
Jimt after tho closo of tho moriiing'u
Ki'sslou In tho Iliiusc tho Oahu mem
Iicih forrg.illiPipil for a paucus, imp
nf (lit few that halo Ijppii held And
It was bevaiihu tho oulslilo Uliuds
bale been doing hugely what they
pleated with the Honolulu City and
CiiiiuI) measures tbut the caucus was
i: A. (' Long has lnttodiiccd a bill
which. In brief, allows the County
Huienlsorx to ilvllne the duties of Its
public ofllpcrs It Is not ono of tho
session's big incisures but It cnr-
ilos tho principle of Count giioru
incut Now iliiilug tho preient net
slott n nunflicr or mrahiircs extending
tlio Superilsort.' ikiwitb h,io been
tabled ijr poslponed or lost or home
Hiinir Among Ihem might bo men
tlonod Hip bill to turn tho nlorwjnrls
nier 10 1110 uiiy ami I. ouniy, wnieii
v as opposed b tlio outsldo delegu
linns ami resulted It) 11 cniiipiiiiiir.c
plan Others might bo mentioned.
The caucus this morning wns ;i
"get together ulfalr to stiengllicii
Mime of the Oalm inenibeis who ipem
ed a little- bit "kanalim" whleli nuj
be tiausliited either uncertain, or
It resultpd In a geutleman's agreo-
meut to Htniid pat for tho lull
which lr. to tome up either this after
noon 01 lomoiiow morning
NIPPON MARU ARRIVES
The Toyii Kisen Kulbha lllior Nlp-
pnn Mam with nearly ono thousand
nib Oileiitnl i.iigo Inrluillng tho
1111111I iisHoilmiut of gunnies, hoy. tea
anil iiirlos iirrlted off llio port this
iifnriiiion mid was brought along sldo
1 lie Al.ikia wharf Tho NO"t.el romes
fioiu Hongkong by tho way of Iho
Japaiiefe imiiK of rail Tho Nippon
Mam biouglu 0 uumber of I'illpluo.i
10 tiiku up twirk 011 Hlaud phililutlous,
A few lupanose wcro roturiilug pas-
HPiigcia In the icssel. Tho btomiior
will be ilispa'i lie( lomonow taking :i
few laomi puiiKiiigorH 111 tho cabin.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record April 6, 1911.
II Mutuliouii 'li C11 Ltd to I'likl-
li IiiKtuume i'i, Ltd . . Ilcl
M i'iuiiiiImII by lr to Charles A
Colli III and f I)
LII111 S Kiit 1 11 and hnb to II Wil-
tprhoiise Tr Co Ltd, tr D
I 11I011 I'aeltU Tinnsfir Cn Lid to
on Ilumm-YuunB Co Ltd .CM
Tlent Trust Co Ltd to John J
Cumlis . Itel
Ti 1 nt Trust Cn Ltd, tr, to Knl-
muUt t iiml iNi Ltd . . . . 11
Tin Pari of Ciowo. goi eminent
leadei In the hniikp of lords, fell and
hURtalnod eoucu3son of the binln
All pmplojPH on the Pi linxjltulilu
tullro.ul who bale scried twenty-uuo
years will bo entitled to uii uimual pass.
When you want to
Wo havo tlio right wagons and the right jtien.
City Transfer Co.,
J (is. H. Lovo
: ; ; ..t
American-Hawaiian Freighter to Arrive Tomorrow With Ma
chinery and Railway Material Senator Will Not Pro
ceed to Hilo Windjammers Are Now Due Hall to
1 Sail For Kauai This Evening.
Willi emgo but folly setcn d,is In
transit fimn Npw Yoik. tho Amerlctiu
Hawallan fioighlcr Coluuiblmi fiom
Sealllo Is due to aillio at tho poll nt
an earlj hour tomoriow iiioinlug, es
tablishing 11 now recoid foi tho inoie
input of merili.tliillvc liclwppii Now
Yoik and Honolulu lit liau-shipiiant
by the way of tlio Isthmus of Tchu
anlppcc. 'Iho Coliimblnn Is bringing down 11
large and Interesting cargo. There
Is a goodly quaiitit) of till plate for
tho scioiarplneapplo canning estab
llshments In the Islands. In addition
Iho ossol Is carrying 11 consignment
of five hundred tons of brlilgo mate
rial In be landed nt Illlo. The steel
lr. to go Into tho construction 01
lirldgcs on tho llllo extension of tin
belt i.illway now being liullt oil Ibe
Tho Honolulu tapld Transit fom
pau oport to leielio u nuinboi of
pieces of heavy machinery, iimoiig
Ihem being single indulges wplghlug
fiom twenty to twenty soten toiu
Tho usual hhlpmeuts or Hour, fecit
stufTs ami uiocchaudHo will nirlie hj
tho losspl which Is lo heilh at tho
Defied Them All.
Theio win ono pait-ciigcr In 'the
steamship Senator1 thai urrlpd hero
Ibis morning thai apparently Hung
defiance in Iho faeoa ol .Captain .Zoh
labor ugont t'ralg mid any others who
might have attempted to hloek his
pgicss' fiom the ship lo tlio wh.uf.
A lino looking Scotch eoollo dog.
ii pet of tho ship spuing ! Iho gmg
way as scon ns it had been dropped
In Iho wli.uf. Despite calls fiom the
bildgo and the main deck, doggie am
bled along tho wharf tall wagging,
nml to all upiioarancps happy to ieite
tho confining quarters proilded bj tlio
Tho brief but poltliely winded no
tlco posted on board had no terror.)
lor him nml ho sluiplv siilffnd sus
piciously as bo patsed tho poster and
scudded for freedom.
Massichmietts Has Sailed.
Tho big ficlghtor iMnssacliusctls Is
iciioiled lo haio Balled fiom Plilla
dplphla Willi 11 full bhlpmcut of coal
destined for iS.m Prancisco cm Muiili
21tb, necordlng to ndvlces rocelied nt
Hie local ngcucy of Iho Amprlcan-lln
wallan lino, Tho tessel Is to pmceod
to the California pmt by tho wav of
Urn Straits of Magellan mid should
1 each Iho coast by May 21th. Allow
lug Ihreo weeks for tho discharge of
the steamer tho Miibsachuselts which
I3 sent to tlio Hawaiian Islands to
toko caro of tho congestion of sugar
should 1 each hem not later than Juno
2 Kb Tho .Massachusetts call take
enro of at least ten thousand tom
Senator Mat (in lulu the Mrcain.
There is 11 possibility that (lie P.t
clllp ('ci.iit Kteninjlilp Senator, which
in rived hero (his. morning fiom San
rrunclsio with tho ostensible impose
of taking recruited laborers to tlio
plants operated in tho northwest by
iho Alaska packers, ma go Into the
stream to lomitlu dining her stay at
this port- Tho vessel camu alongside
the old Iluckfold wharf but In oieut
of any dolay In securing tho Inborcis
and getting them on biiaid tho vessel,
tho steamer may anchor In tlio lim
bo r In order to cut down tho oxpenso
account for wharfage.
Ilk Is Sailing Tmlnj.
It Is n,xpoptcd that tlio Pulled
StntcH iirmy transport 'Mix will lie
ready to sail for Seatllo ut I o'clock
this afternoon. There fit 1 1 1 lcmulus u
W. C. Peacock Co., Lid
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty.
'( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
considerably ipinnllly of io,il on
board that must bo discharged. Tlio
woik Is being rushed to completion.
'pin, iu,,l lu ..., nit. lit uiill ttlidii llin
ciibl Is dlscbiirgcd t'pon nrrlinl at
the Sound the tpssel will load quar
tet mastur stores, feed and forage, nnd
Like on ;i deck load of horses mid
mules destined fur the Philippines.
(.'cnuaii Ship Making l.ung I'asv.ige.
Tho Qermaii shin II. Harkfeld Is
making 11 long passage to tho Islands
in tlio opinion of well posted shipping
men. 'Iho vessel sailed from Ham
burg 0110 hundred and thirty-two days
ngo with 11 fpll Largo of Kurnpean
merchandise. Tho easel has often
called hero nml has been ci edited
with sci mill smart passages. Tho
ship Utid her freight cmuo to the
agency or II. Haikruld ,v. Co.
MisEourlan Gathering Sugar.
According to adilccs received at
'tho local npenct of tho Aincilc.m
lliiwalltiu lino tire freighter MIkboii
1 Inn Is taking on sugir at Kmiii'ipall
today nml will Ie.no there this ct en-
lug for Kaliulill Jue additional c.irgi
the vessel then proceeds lu Illlo, sail
lug from tlieiu for S.illua Ciuz on
April 13th with twclio thousand tons
Biigar In transit for Now Yoik.
Alaskan Soon to Leave the Sound.
The Aiiicrleuu-Ilnwallan frulghlor
Alaskan Is scheduled to sail from Pa
get Sound iiortsiljir Itonolulu on Aim 11
13lh mid should mrivo hero on or
.ibout April 211th with .1 goiioi.il cai-
go, Including fielgbl fiom Now York
Jlarj FiikIit Due Dally.
Shipping men nro looking for tho
nppcni nmo of tho schooner Mary K
Koster. which voskcI sailed from Pmt
Ill.ikelt twenty-six dats ngo with 11
full Rhlpmenl of lumber lonslgmd to
Allen & Hoblnsnn.
'leu jo Muni Is On the W111.
Atcordiug to a 'cabin that haa been
rccelicd hi ro tho -lapanpso liner Ten
jo Main sailed from Sail Francisco
nt 1 o'clock jcsloiday afternoon with
destination as Honolulu und Iho Or
ient. I PASSENGERS BOOKfcD I
Per O S H, "Sierra, for San Pran
ilsco. Apr 19 Mrs. I M, ,lacoby(
L'.tpt. mid Ml'H.-iCliaM, Chlltenilen, Mr.
und Mrs C J. Ksfiy, V. M. Hartord,
Mrs U II Newell. Mrs. C. (1 lol
beti. Mis .1. M. Young, Mr. and Sirs.
McKlttln, Mrs. Mofaug, II. I.-ithrnp,
11. Pleiumeii, Mr..uud Mr8 A T lltii
niau, Mu L. ,;uttlc3, Mr. nnd Mrs.
1. A. Copeland, Mrs. I.. W Osborne,
Sir and Sirs. II. n Day. Mr and Sirs,
12. V Aikeriuan, M. Wilde. A I' Slier
rill II II Ijitrrell, Mia. C J. SlcCai
th. Miss II. forbes, Miss IJ O Ly
man, (1 J Waller, Mis J A Koil.incl,
1. SI. SleDonald. Mr. tnil Mrs C I)
Hunker. Mis. M. I.. SleDonnld, S P.
Ilaillo) SI. L, Woodman, .1. II Hei
st r, Mi mid Mrs. (!. II. Mtzpatrlck.
A. A. Cation, Mis, Cunningham, Sir.
and .Mis I), Alkiimon, Miss McD.m
lols, Mr. and Sirs. V. .1. l.nioy, Sir.
und Mis L, P. Swnno, I'mcy Wil
liams, Mis. A McWavno, N. (1. Anion,
Miss II llelluuiu. Miss HoIlman Sir.
and Mis. (). Whlttlor, O. Ilorlon,
Sli mid .Mis, T, O. Soulo, Miss N.
Palinerton, Mr. und Mrs. W. H.
Per SI N. S. S. llonoliilan for San
rrauclsio, April 11. Col. John Hid"
illo, Mrs W, S. lllddlo, Mm. 0. Vor
hlcs. Daiwln Plnrco, Sits. Darwin
Ploreo, Sllhs 12 0. l.yiuan, SIIsh Ilat
tlo Forbes, Mis. II. N Aim, W. II.
(iihhons. Sim. W. II (Ilhbous, ;iri.
A I.. Smllli. Mis. A. L. Smith mid
Infant, Mis Ida I.iitgcu, Miss Cora
Smith. Mrs. IV 1.. Atkinson, V. Sfliul
t7P. Mrs. W. Brhiiltzo, Mrs. T. Cllio
Dalles, .losso A. Smith, A. M. Utile
II (1. Ilorlon, liomtlil Itciso, Mis. Don
nld llos'i C W. II Smllh, C. II. llllch
lock. Ilr. V I.. Alklmvm, Noel Decrr,
CIiih. I). Ilrottscr, W V. Webster,
Mrs SI. S. Morso, Mrs. II. Oilman,
Sllsii 1 Morse. Mru i: V. Wlnsloiv.
Slajor 12 12. Wllfslmr nnd 2 chllltcii,
U Warren C II IJelllna. II (! Morso.
Minn M ll Thompron, ln, C 12.
Webster Mlsa i Mouror Mm. M K.
(Continued from Page 1)
tbp liomesleiiillng system tho siiicrln
tc mil lit uses
Coma's resolution Is 11 Hitcpplligoup
It dlrpitH the orKUiilrntlnu of 11 eiilil
mlttep or lomiiilHHlnu comiinsid of Hip
thulrimin of the puhllc IiiiiiIh commit
tee of Hip llotixp. Hip chairman nf tlio
ngrk'tiltmo nnd foi entry ciimmlttec of
the House, the ihalrman of the fenute
pommltteo 011 waM 11111I means nnd the
chairman of Hip Senate committee on
inaiilifiictllreM and forestr), toKothrr
with one other person to lie nninpil by
Ibe (lotcrnor No nlllccr, pmplnjo or
plocltholdi r of uiiy grazing, planting or
transportation corporations, und no
mnniger, trustt'o or enipleju of any
landed estate, Is eligible to tho colli"
Alfonso's resnlutlnn Is as follows:
"Whereas, There Is 11 gem nil com
plaint from pirsons applying for titles
to liomcslcmls, that tlio Department of
Public Ijiindrt Is utongfiilly holding
li.uk and delaying the grunting of such
lilies; therefore, bo It
"Itesoltcil, by tlm House- of Hepro-
S( utilities of tho Terrltorv of Hawaii.
w Senate toneiirrlng, That tlio com
missioner of public lands Is hereby di
nt ted to furnish tho follow lug Infor
"First How tinny applications for
title aro now hi Id In the ill piirtment,
or In tho bauds of tho Attorney-Gem-era
"Second The name of each nppll-
Clint, the date when lease was Issued,
the date of application for title, the
amount of money paid on such nppll
cation, nnd the dnto when referred to
"Third Have Hum been any pro
tests against tho granting of any of
sum inn's, nun u so, uy tvnoin 1
"Fourth Hao there been any pro
tests against the opening of any of
these lands for settlement; ami tt so,
flotcrnor Friar sent to the IIousu
thU morning 11 notllle.itlnn that. In nc-
Icordanco with tho reecnt resolutions
passed, be bus by exrcullvo order set
asldo tho former Qui en Kimiin property
In upper Nuuaiiii Valley as "Nuiianu
Itcpnrtlng on II II 21S, authorizing
the cihici llatlnn of tho leaso to tho Is
land of K.lhiicilntte, Iho conimlllee oil
agtleiilture and forestry reported fu-
ornbly as follows:
"We llnd'tbut this Island has been
set npartyns 11 forest reserve, but It Is
still under learn of n term of several
jeiirs to run Tho purpose nf this bill
Is to terminate this leaso at once. In
older to bnsteu operations on said re
serve, which work will bo benetlclal to
large tracts of land on the Island ot
Maul, and wo recommend that tho bill
pass " I
The report was adopted.
II. 11. 2.15 (by Sheldon) An net for
tho relief of Captain A M Tripp
II. II 230 (by Mnrcalllno) An net
relating to marriage, amending present
Passed Third Reading.
11 H No B (by Aflonso) All net to
provldo JUO.OOO for inteitalnment of
Congressional parties, etc. Ayes, 20;
noes, 1 (lludily)
II II 171 (by Kunekoi) Tlxomjitlug
family bnmestend (19111 forced sate.
Aph, 27: noes, 1 (Hale).
II II 227 (by Illce) An net regu
lating emigrant agents. Ayes, 27; noes,
S It 100 An net to prevent exces
sive elly or county expenditures or lia
bilities Ayes. 2S;;uoe,j0. J 1
Aim uilmeiils lo the Itupld Transit
finuclilso bills will bo tulien up to
ll, ninny 111 the House, when tho bills
(uli.e up for third rending. Tito of
llicso ami nduii uts wero suggisted this
morning, VvIipii the bill passed second
reading, but ucrp not acted upon
Tho llrst was fiom Maicallluo, , The
proposed franchise carries u provision
for llvo-ceul fines mil as fur as Koko
lleud incline Mnrcalllno wanted this
exti mleil to Twiiitletb uvcuue, soino
1200 fret further, he stated, bis amend
incut In lug suggested ns of possible
use if the line Is cixtcmlid Tho other
amendment was olTcrid by Itclliuol,
who suggested that tho 2 1-2 per cent
age of gross receipts 0IT1 n d us a bonus
should go to tho Territory, Instead of
tho county, us pot bled In the bill This
also was laid on tho table to bo con
Thero uto rumors In tho llouso that
when the bills mine iip for final pass
ago tomorrow thcio will be boiuu oppo
sition to them ,
Tho engineers Mho nro prcpnrlng to
float the -cruiser Yunkep,o long sub
merged In Ilti77arils Hay, liuio decid
ed to.uso pontoons for lifting power.
Pino upilsht plarrfor's. cheap, at 102
Hotel St James Hhcrlilun.
. . . "
(Continued from Pago 1)
dcdi of the steamer to the effect thai
all olllecr.i counecled with the I'aclllc
Coast stCaineshlp Senator who hid
been granted permission to go nshora
must I etui n to the ship before S o'clock
this evening Positive orders it ere also
Issued that Hie gangwaj must bo haul
ed In ut that hour
Legal Giants Ready for Battle.
l)n bo ml the Senator nro three of
tho keenest (egnl lights that ever llg
tirrd III battle's before tlm bar, sn
lluise who came down from the Coast
In the vessel Attorney Wlnlleld Dom
Is brie to icpie-sent the Alaska Pack
ers' As'oclatloii 111 their light to elr.m
labor from tho Hawaiian Islands
"It's tiobodj's business why lie lire
bi-re." smppi'd one of the leg il gentrs
ns he stepped down from the Senator
and protepdeil uptown In company villh
Frank II. Craig "1 rail to see why jour
people should be Interested III our
mot cine tils lu the least."
Asked lomrrulug his expectations,
tho packets' reprosehtatlio stated that
ho had nothing furUier to say.
Craig missed connections with tlm
custom nml Immigration launch this
mining, and bo was n pretty excited
liiillildu.il for ii lime He danced a
Usher's hm nplpe em the Fort street
wharf until he sucipeded, by ellnt of
much persuasion, lu securing tlm ser
vices eif ii pissing launch nnd was then
com c) isl to the open sen. The Sen
ator had nt that llmo been passed by
Dr. nillespl. tho Federal epinriintlno of
ficer, nnd had been boarded by the
customs nnd Immigration men Crnlg
dually inado bis presence knnvin to
tho represenlntltes on board tho l'.i-
cllle Coast steamship and nn nccom-
mndatloii ladder was lowered for his
Cralej Much Worried.
Craig Immediately got Into commu
nication with the packers' representa
tives whom he hopes will nsslst In ex
tricating 111 in fiom bis many troubles
The party udjourneil to ono of the. un
occupied cabliiH 111 tlio ship, barring tho
iloor against all ttould-bo Intruders
It was only with much pel suasion
that tho party broke up for sulllclent
time to answer to their names to the
Immigration olllccrs. Trey then ad
journed to tho chamber of conference
nnd remained thero for fully un hour
after tho Senator had moored at the
"Craig evidently fears that someone)
may want lo tb minilto tho idilp." vtus n
laughing rejoinder from ono Vif the
waiting list oi the eleick.
Ship Well Provisioned.
There nro pie nl ot provisions on
board tlio vessed for tho six hundred
or luoro expected p issengcTS large
Humilities of rice, refrigerated meals,
ami vegetables such as potatoes nml
It Is Iho Intention to set n good but
Plain faro for those who llnally suc
ceed lu escaping the barriers set for
their retention by tho Iliiwullun sugar
Tho dally menu Ls to Includo tho
wholesome but legulallon stew. Willi
tlm understanding that tho larger part
ot the passengers would bo Asiatics,
maii Hiousniiils or pouniis ot rico iiru
Ineliiiltil In tho sloro llsl Tho tfenutor
needs viater.Nind the llrst Inquiry of
her chief engineer this morning was
for Ibis commodity In tho largo re
frigerates! spare uro many tons nf fresh
bief. Tho stewards department was
Increases! by tho nddlllon of it elozeli
or inniii men to assist In the euro of
tho expected passengers.
The Senator nirltiil hero Ihls morn
ing tilth seventy-three persons. Includ
ing olllccrs und crow With but eme
or two exceptions, they uro all white
Steerage Room for Four Hundred. .
Tho Senator tins accommodation for
123 cabin, 114 econd class and 310
steerage passeiigeis, making u total of
017 In all
lu tfio feirwarel portion of the ship
between decks, rough standeens lutvii
been titled Tor the sleerngo ptssen
gers Three and sometimes four berths to
n til r nro provided On i-neMi this
morning lay the regulation llfo pre
server ns stipulated In the coasting
laws Tho bunks were supplied with
inatlreses, covcrrd with blue denim
cloth, and tilled it lilt straw One pil
low bluffed with the sumo material Is
allotted to each Iwrth
Tho 'forward quniter Is congested, but
It Is slated that there Is sulllclent air
space to comply with the regul etlons
The labliri nro lilted with two am!
three berths and also a settee that can
lie ullllreil ns oenslou ili'iniiiiils It Is
the luteiillnn (o combine the second
class and s(eeiago on tho return ttlp,
should sulllelent iiuinlcr of passengers
be secured by Craig and bis associates,
Senator's Men Are Reticent.
Captain Oiorgo Zeb, tho hero nnd
sun It or of many exciting and danger
ous experiences at sea, Is a lather
voung-nppcurlng navigator. lie had
been c ounce ted with tho steamship
Queen for some time prior to taking
liter tho destinies qf the Senator on
her peculiar mission.
llo was Inclined te bo hon-cnmuiltiil
ths niurnln.',', nnd with tho exception of
stating that tho tilp bud been n plens
npt one, with favorable! weather, bad
pothlng to say L'acb nnd every olllcer,
lis well us all men be longing to tho
ircwt vvero warned to say nothing con
cerning the mission of tho Senator
Many of tho latter claim still lo ln lu
Ignoriiiuo concerning the tilp to Ho
nolulu nnd the Islands, Set end nicn
lire fiiuilllnr with thojiort, having saJN
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet 'All Inter-Island Steamers
ed lu tessels that made frequent culls
Ik re. A few wero formerly enrolled
em till new list of tho United .States
army truiispm'ls. Tho men h.ivo been
kept nboarel, few being allotted shore
Steam Up and Ready to Depart.
The Senator has been keeping n full
head of steam since her nrrlinl at
port The engine erlng stuff was order
ed to stiind b, mid Willi tho exception
oC tho thief, noiio of tlio men wero
allenteel to leave the icssil
'Iho vessel Is ready In sail nt n mo
ment's notice It Is believed thai tho
statements mndo b Crrtlg to tho effect
that be bad Ills recruited labeirers ready
for cmbnikiitlon, has had ninth to do
with (ho alertness manifested on every
hand It was Willi the evident expec
tutlou of it possible detention hero feir
soino tluvs or even wes'ks that arrange
ments Hero iniiila this morning for fur
nishing the steamer with additional
supplies of water
If II welp possible, lei place six hun
dred men on board Iho Scnitor this
Kflrriioou, that vessel Is prepaid! to
sail nt nny time before ft o'clock Thut
was Hip way ono well-posted shipping
man put It this morning
Attorney Dorn to Assist Craig.
Attorney Wlnlleld Dorn, n well
k n own hntjpr, with nlllees In Hip Sler
rhanlH' Kxchnugo building, Sun Fran
elseo,tas closeted with Craig on bom!
Hip slpnnicr for a long time this iimni
Ing With Attorney Dorn wns J. Clarke
Hell, tut nccountnnt who represents the
Alaska puckers In the eleil Attorney
Dorn Is said to come here well armed
and prepureel for surmounting or re
mot lug ouy olslructlim plneeJ In tho
tiny of the packers b Hip Planters'
Association Ho Is prepared for legal
battle, and It Is stated that before
leaving, tho legal galaxy left no stimo
unturned In preparing for liny exi
gency The ship's paper nro pro
nounced ns nil right, the vessel being
provided with n special license to i-n-gage
In tho "excursion business '
Tho Senator U n vcss-1 of about r.00
tons larger than tho Malum Ken. Sho
urrlveil HiW morning with n conslder
iible list tei starboard, said to be dun
to Hip pxtrn ninnunt of coll stored In
her bunkers and beuenth her hutches.
(Continued from Page 1)
commitment. Tho first few para
graphs nro ns follow b:
"Iho only qupbtloh nvallible In Iho
pclltloiiern upon this petition ,for a
writ of habeas1 corpus ls tho vatbllty
of the onler of commitment 'under
which tho ictlltoncr.i mo held. If this
older Is In conliirnilly with and sup
ported by u constitutional statute or
any other power of tho point grant
ing Iho order, tho writ must bo dls
t'liaiged. "It Is lmmntcrl.il In this proceed
ing whether or not the Attorney Hen
era! acted Hkiii Insufficient evidence,
or an) evidence in signing Iho nin
davlt In question, or vtclhor tho Oil
cult Judgo acted upon Insufficient evi
dence or gave wrong reasons for sign
ing tho order; such mailers cm bo
taken mil milage of. If ut nil only
by soino appellate ptoi'cduro, or by n
ellicct uttuck upon tlio motion to
quash (ho oulei " .
Walbou's brief Is n general attack
on Iho legality of tho resttnlnt Im
jiuhod upon tho men whobo rclcaio i
Notlllentlon was sent to the Senate
nnd IIousu of Representatives this
morning of the signing by (inventor
Kre'ar of ii number of bills, as follows;
House Hills Nos 212 and 211, pre
tcrlblng mien and legulatloiis for e mi
Senate Hill Nei M, providing n patk
fur Naponpon, Hawaii
Senate Hill No r,S, ptovlillug for Iho
copjlng eif Supreme Court reeorels
Douse Hill No IT'.', lucre rising the In
sula me I'liinpunj tax
Seuato Hill No 59. granting n frail"
cblso for (be construction of tho IIIi
House Hill No 27. relating tn elec
tions, and llouso Hill No. .12, relating
to'tlie reglsliiitloti V( voter.-
A decree eif ubsoluto ellviuco wns
signed by Circuit Judgo Robinson tills
iitninlng, dissolving the matrimonial
bonds existing betweut lllsii C. Almy
und her husband. Henry Almy, tho
Culled States shipping e oinmlsslumr.
Sirs Alloy's complaint staled Hint
thev turn married on Anrll !?.V 1'iri!l.
and that her husband refused to sup
port ner irom .-xovemoer id or last ye-ar.
The only gi minds alleged were nun
support . t
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..,. ..... . t.j n ivi tit.i. Ill lit ll ll
limit can drink from tho sUu of hlj
mug uiuc.igo ixows
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