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When a merchant uiea the right me SHl
dlum the evening paper he begins to jEt
tee that advertising it but the ancient Wn
and beautiful virtue of Commonsense tWa
applied in a new way the BULLETIN Sc
From 8an Franclsooi
Sierra August IS
For San Franclscol
Willi elm Ilia August 10
Zealandla August 18
Marntni August IS
Ads. Reduce Time and Cost of Getting Customers .
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ESTABLfSHED 1882. No.
But Action On
Tin' llrewer I'sluto slnnds ready to
)iiiitniiii lt plans for erecting n build
ing ut lluli'l ii ml UiiIimi streets. If Hi"
Tcirllnry or tl city nml county will
show eh Unite signs of speedy Mellon In
tin1 proposed widening of Until htl'i'-t,
-dosing of Union street iiiul opening of
Tim Hrevver Kstnto will stand by Its
original agreement with the Territoiyi
mi tin- Until ntrnt widening, llui
'iigri'oinent tlmt wn renderi'd usclos,s
whcli tlw legislature killed t ho Mil to
widen Hotel street mill eloso Union
Opposition on tlm pnrt or oilier prop;,
irly owners tn thn closing or IJiiljlii
ptieet on tho origin il plans Iuih boon
withdrawn, nml tlm llrewer Ksloto s
'ready nt any tlimi to enter Into nn
iiKrii'ini'nt whorcbv tlio Terrltoiy nml
,Jtj'cU ind county fn.p pet tlio benefit
of n publlo Improvement
This agreement, wouler pnfvli
Ibo llrewer KMnto would sell to the
Territory ,tie, "trlPj. ot Uk OH jiyejty to
bo talieni oft In' s.tlio wldeiiliitfl mid
MralMlitenliurfoft Ilotel ;ntrc'i'tlat Uioi
it , ...1. I...L,. l...2 rt.l. ' ..
Mlllll IIKUIII ll Pllllll 11 -linn lllill IIIU
(lain paid for tho entire property; tlmt
Is, tin Milu.ibli) Hotel street frontngo
can be bought by the Territory nt Jho
rate paid for tho whole piece of prop
Tlio Hrowir Ituto will nlso stand by
Its original understanding, to tnlco Its
fli'iin of Union street, approximately
one-half, lit n into wlileli will prnctl-
i.r i..llliiL. II... slrln on llntpl Uroet. Inlullb tin. timin In Ibu nrlces. Iho stock
otber winds, a iirnctlral cNchango nf.brokcis did n big business, mid tome
Iln wer '.
111 be effected, so far n thollieavy oiders were lllled In tweeii boards
Muto Is concerned.
J. It. rtalt of thn Hawaiian Trust
Company, ri presenting the llrewer Us
liile, this morning gnve to n represen
tative of the II u 1 1 n 1 1 n his fullest as
sent to tho above.
Since tlio last session of tho Lcglsla-
tilio, all tho opposition that developed
lo the closirji)jrp'nliiii! street lias ills
nppi'iiieil, Asi lic'.iily'u'K can bo ascer
tained. vVnii.firi '
the Union street
rs, wio fought
I'llmlug that bo would be shut olT from
a itiu't frontage. Ins meantime greatly!
dlxlrltt uiitlUhii will bnvu u frontage!
on inn pmposcu iiisuop sirei'i
slou, und has nuuouuced that ho Is
willing for union street to bo iloseil
, If lllshop Is opened.
AVh.it Is needed now Is action, mid
Ipeedy action ut that. '
The mower i:siaio lias plans pr.ic-
lieauy compieiu lor u iiiiiiuiiik cusiiuk
i.. i.. ...... .... nnn .....1 .if. iirtii .. n. imm.
..-. .,.... .ii... ....,... ..., ,.n.....-
fitv. und unless action Is taken speed-
lly Inward widening Hotel stieet mid
cloblng Union, tho building will go up
(Continued on Page 3)
HAWAII BEAT THE
Hawaii jumped lo tho front of tlio
wnrl.l lu annlvhii; for Knace, at tho
' I'.iiiaiiia-ICNposltlou, ncoordliir; loiievva
1...... II. rt f.t.idl IiiiImi Tl.lllt Ill.t.ll.U I
lll.lll lllw LiJil .......j. U....I. a bi.r... .'.
a iiiemlnor ol lio Tprrltoilal oxpciHl -
t toil ooiiuiiIshIoii, lecently went to
Han Kranclsco tu lojl; over pielltnlii
nry tiiraugeiiieiits, and lliu San l'liin-cli-co
piipors vviofo 111 111 up lavishly.
Hawaii also gets tlio credit for belli,;
(llf.t In tho field.
Concerning exiosltlon nmtiers, Iho
,Cnl of August S nays:'
.lolin A. Iluglios, a niember of the
board of cohiiiiIsbIoiiois for ibo tor
illory of IlawalJ, an I veil In Ban Kriin
rlsco jestorday'fiotu Honolulu lo cm
for vvllli thu oxposllloii dheclors ln
gaidlug a Kile fur tho 1lavv.iliau build
ing. This building, which will hnuo
tho Island exhibit, will ho not less
Ihati Tim feet saiiaio, nccoidlng lo
Hughes, and the Hawaiian oxhlblt will
LtWt:.:, .'Jtto&ekt.A :jJt4b4&ietoi.i itim&i
iii-TOi'. b ii 11 if' iffiriiJHaslillilMtWiil lai.OTeVWMlilsffiVffii'Hr
rollovvlug Its strung campaign for
Rood taulUitlnu, tlm Bishop Kstato has
taken stops In 'liavp tlio lease of tlio
proper ? on which tlio iVnlpllopllo
cgsspool Ib situated revoked.
Ah stated jesterday proceedings
were started under tlio new abate
ment of nuisances net ns tliero seemed
no other way of bavins the pool at
tended .to;, Theru was somo doubt us
lo whtulicr tlio tenant or tlio owner
was rosipoifalblo, but tho estate will
jiiow,Sc't,,uljdoubtH aside and take tlio
rHirden on Its own shoulders
Tho Hishop Estate stepped In and
took charge today unit .will Mop tlio
ftugar stocks iiuitlmied their sensn
llonal jump today, under tho bulling
.and ut thu session of tho Honolulu ex-
Mcllrydo did one of tho most pyro
technical stunts of the day, shooting up
lo 7.:!7.ri nt tho fM'hnngo session. Will
ulna Is up to UK, iilthougli the session
sales showed n slight reaction. Ko
kaha ut TZ0, linn iit.3S.STS und Havviil
Ian Commercial ut 40.'J.' are some of
thu notable sales innde.
0.1I111 Is strong nt 32 bid, no sales'lie wiis-pl n loss to luirn tlm source nr
I being recorded. Hawaiian Commercial
la said to
be H.25 In San Krunclseo.
Talk of extra dividends Is centering
. Uwa nml
nuo or two others.
Oahii and Wiilaliml
'spoken of. A llfty-c" nt dividend of Ha-1
wallan Conimerclal Ih, nientloned, whllo "' "lu oll,' mum. pioviuu iiiciiiih ior
Hvvn, which has paid f with Its regular, the peaceful solution of all iiue-stluiiH
VI pc cent und extras h total of IS 'of dirfernce which If shall bo found
per cent for ihreo yearn, Is conlldeiitly
expected lo Hectare nu extra, possiiuy
ns largo as in inn past, vviinin l suori
it tin.i. .... ..i itu .H...i.. ... i..n I
iiimi. nil i.nn lie in j.i--iii. ..v
mid tbo dividends ns they have been,
this slock llgurts ns mi 11 per cent
Investment for thu past three ear.1,Mi
WORLD TO FAIR
bo Iho firr-alest over made.
" InUnPfloil alio III golllur; a loon
lion for :t gicat cyoloriuna of tlio vol-
Ho will bo taken
Iho site today by roproscnt'illie.i
Uif tho exposition coinpiny
AVIATOR ATW0TJD OFF
Tn alr-llf lont ft 1
IU IMCVV IUni U. I.
(Special Ilu I tot In Cable.)
CHICACO, III., Aug. 15 Aviator
Harry Atwood has started for New
York on the last leg ol his flight from
(Siwcl.ll II ill In till Cable.)
CHICACO, III., Aug. 15. William
Badger, an amateur aviator, was killed
today In a fall from his machine. American people that tho available
1 i .lauds In California, Oregon mid Wash-
Wlllinlnilnn I'.isscugeis! Illusion be llrst tnki-u up by our own
City Transfer (Uiyu). Phono 1281.1 (Continued on Page 6)
finoolnl tt'ullntln Cal'lri)1 '...'I'
D. 0.,'AUG. 15. The Senate-Committee'
on foreign relations today made a report on the arbitration
treaties with Great Britain andFrance. The report calls the
arbitration treaties "breeders of war, not peace." '
PRESIDENT IS HERE ON i .
MISSION OF WORLD PEACE
"THElARBIT RATION 'TREATIES AS'THEY" :STAND SHOULD BE RATIFIED, AND ANY OP
POSITION ALONG THAT LINE IS UNPATRIOTIC. I CANNOT ACCOUNT FOR THE OP
POSITION TO THE TREATIES THAT HAS DEVELOPED, BUT AT ANY RATE IT IS UN
PATRIOTIC. NATIONS ARE LIKE INDIVIDUALS. OFTENTIMES INDIVIDUALS GET
'REAL MAD' IN WRANGLING OVER SOME" UNIMPORTANT POINT. SO if IS WITH
NATIONS. THE NEW TREATIES PROVIDE MEANS FOR THE PEACEFUL SOLUTION OF
ALL QUESTIONS OF DIFFERENCE WHICH IT SHALL BE FOUND IMPOSSIBLE IN FU
TURE TO SETTLE BY DIPLOMACY." PRESIDENT DAVID STARR JORDAN TO BULLETIN.
President David Starr Joidan, dis
tinguished wlucutor, and now 'on ntour
to promote International peace by uibl
trutlon, In thu guest of Honolulu today.
Tonight hu will xpeuk ill a iiiiikh
meeting In tho Opera House, beginning
ut -J..-Vl0(.k.A. I-euls Jr. Kill pre
side and Introduce thu speakers, and
Governor l'renr will present a resolu-
htond thoUld bo rutllled. hud nnj oppo.
Bltlon nlong this line Ik iiupatrlollc,
rlstul Dr. David Starr Jordan, prcsl-
dent of l.clund Stanford Jr. University
since 1S91, who Isji through passenger
In tho Toju Klsen Kiilslm liner fhlo
lion, secunueu uy irresnidii j. "- Unltcili Slates Kenato to tlm two gront IKrcneli trciity, with few nxcuptUnui. PHHoi upon uiy iihsocljiioii iiwiiiuh
ihoro of Iho College of Hawaii. Invlt- ;nr,lltru,(m llwilul4 KKI1I1(1 on All(,nHt MUiwh: 1 ill., opt of l,ls;ji.sl.,l.s V,. rei,(.oi,
Init'thc next universal pence rongivsH . ,', ,,, ,.,., kiiu ,,,l I .... ,.... . . , . n, rhlpintlit of 1C( a(lims,of lijiuin wji
to 'hold Iti. cessions ii Honolulu. ,4, 1'0.lw, ,,l,u ' "' f'1 HtV" ""' ' "The Hulled Sltilea of America nml ,,( -1,,iy i,:illJ,urv,ialid cobilemtied
. . Orpat llrlliiln nml I'raneo Is duo to ,U inajesty the king of tho United H eontdlulng formalin, n pres.rvi-
ii ' ,, tho 'net tlmt tho Senate under theso Klngdoni of Ure.it llrllaln mid Ireland live Irwin. 'the' Iminirlirt-'reMM-a to
i i Thn nrbllrntlon treaties ns they .,,, i ,.. i, i,- ..r ,,., ,,,f in, , ... .... .,....... ., .. . ., ..,- -..,. I i.v, i..'..i. ....! ...o.
'riigellier!'M"r"' ",xu '1"''1"11 " Japan mid Ko-
"'" nwre l"1' i"Ki"""l eiiueau.r
"d uuthor propohm to dtllvir n series
of thirty or nioro nddresses In thu ca-
puclty of ihluf dlnsjtor of tbo Woild liandfl.
I'eace Koundullon, director of tho Publicity wan given to these linpor
Amerlcau iisnoclatlon for International tunt convelitloiiH nt the request of thu
coin-Illation, mid member of thu ml- ndniliilstiutlnn, which desires that the
vlsory loumil of the Amerlcaii Society subject matter hIiuII recelvo thu full
for Judicial Hcttlemeiit of Interniitlon.il ,, culisldeiutloli by the tirps's mid the
Disputes, 1111 orgiinlxiitlon of which Mr. people In order lo enlighten tho'Sen
Tiift.lH president, y ut0 us to tho real Belitlniont of tho
Dr. Jordan continued by saying that en mi try.
tbo real opposition to tho rat Mention of
"Tho new Anglo -American end
rranco-Anierlculi treaties lire prucll-
call) unlliiilted in their scopu mid do
nut tout h nn thu iiuestloii ofthouur, but,
impossible In future to seltlo by ill-
Dr Jordan smilingly stated that iniiny
unlmpoitiiut points were ofiintliin s
wrangled over netvu'cn nntlons as
iiiuoug Individuals until somiunu he-
icame angered and then followed leal
Dr. Jordan proieeds- to Jap'in with
a great message cf peaco. "I propose
.talking nu pence mid war before your
'people this evening." remarked Dr. Jor-
.duu us bo was met by a delegation
from Ilia I'libllo Service Association, In
cluding I'lofessor V. A. Ilryan of tho
iriit-iipglCollcgo of Hawaii und Alexander If.
11 oiii. t linni! in spline in war, len eeiii
.!... ....I. n .l...,.......!.... at P....IIU ...l
,. ,,,, . ,. ,,
lug of pcniuntry I will indi-uvnr to
the application of
process of law'
In the Interests of the International
leacu ruunuaciuii, lie vviueii lliu vvrii-
known traveler now a guest of the city
lis chief director. Dr. Jordan will make
' It n part of Ids mission to Investigate
certain matters In regard to the Htruln-
,.(1 ri.utlons now existing between Jn-
,,., , tlu iT,,tcd States und tho var-
iiniu uovvcrs of Uuione. Tho delivery
of n score or more peaco lectures ut
tho several cities of Japan und Keren
Is awaited with keen Interest along thu
coast of Asia,
"I liopo lo bring before the Japan-
so thu point tlmt It Is tho wish of thu
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1911.10 PAGES.
"'h! h '
TEXT . OF
Opposition that has developed In the
9lursi10, CoiiBtltiitlnnal prerogatives.
ln-lUch in thu news receltcd firini tho
Coa8t today,. toKcther vyltli tho full
iNt f re treaties,
( When tho trentles wero llrst bronght
., i.. ti. sen.0 ror coiisldorutlon
tmt )olj. adopted tho rather unusual
i,t ol utlplecedelllCIl COlltf.0 Of 1UUK-
ng pulillc (lie text of the treaties that
i,uvo not yet received action nt Its
Homo Justification for thin- procod-
llr developed when. III tho coilrso of
n bhort executive session, two sena-
tors of opposite jartles, Ilorali of
Idaho and Itiicon of (ieorgla, voiced
their dissent to tho conclusion of tho
arbitration treaties In the forms sub-
milted. Tlieir criticism wnn aiuieu ui
nrtlclo Ihreo (Identical In the two
treaties), which In their opinion, pro
vldeB for compulsory arbitration mid
thita tends tn deprive the senate of Its
Text of Treal).
Tho text of the llrltlsh treaty, whleli
T00G00D A WIFE MURDERER,
SAY POLICE; FIND PROOFS
Tho iKillce, headed by Doputy Slier
IfT Charles Itoye, afler a thorough In
vestigation of lust night's uiuider af
fair, s.iy thut Iho oviJenco ooin)lei
by them Is oxtieiuely clear Wid hhIIi
clcut enough to convict tho, man ac
cused, Alheit Toogood, tho huslaud,
before many days have imssed.
About mldiiiglit of Inst ovenlng
Mrs. Albert Toogood, known belter
as Daisy Spencer was found dead In
i, stolen hack, owned by l.uk i:k, a
Sorgeunt Kamnhii was notified nml
with another olllccr left tho station
mid met tlio hack 011 Hotel street, be
ing c 1 1 ven along by tlio Chinaman
Kaiilliliu Immediately took charge of
thu vohlclu und Us lifeless occupant,
pi ocoedlng with l.uk Klc lo tho
morgue wheiu hu recognized the
After tiollfvlng Doputy HheillT Huso
of tho mailer ho then went to the
homo of tho glil mid asked her moth
Ideiltlcal with tho
scan, emperor of India,
beliig ri'sohed that no 'future dlffer
eiues shall bo a cause of hostilities
between them or Interrupt their good
relations und friendship:
"The high contracting parlies bnvo
thereto e determined to conclude a
treaty extending tho scope and obli
gations of the policy of arbitration
adopted In their present arbitration
treaty of April 4, 1:HIS, so us to ex
clude certain exceptions contained in
that treaty and tn provide means fur
the peaceful eolation of all questions
of dllTcrenco which it shall bo found
Impossible In future to settle by di
plomacy, and fop thut purpose they
have uppolnted iih their respective
"The president of fho United States
of Aiueilun; the Horn Philander C.
Knox, H cretary of stato of the United
"Ills Ilrllannlc majesty; tho Hlgtit
lion James llrycc. 0. M , his ambus
sadorii extraordinary and plenipoten
tiary ut Washington;
"WI10 liuvo agreed upon
tho following articles: ,
"Arlllce 1 All differences hereafter
arising between thu high contracting
parties, which It bus not been possible
(Continued on Page .)
or, Mis, Kcuhlpoliiu Kalaknlil, where)
her son-in-law was, and was Informed
Hint ho was In tlio adjoining hod room.
'I ho olllcerH I011111I him In a, make
believe diuuken stupor, amused him
und placed him Into custody.
Deputy ShorllT Hose then arrived nu
tho scene, mid then cist the mighty
drag-net of Investigation which when
drawn In Ibis morning was found tn
ho crammed full of Incriminating evi
dence that pointed direct against the
dead girl's husband Albert Toognod.
Tlio Investigation showed up strong
wIMi gteat doli'cllvo ability on the)
part of Itoso, who started tho wheel
of Justice lolling by taking Toogood
to the morgiio and bringing him fuco
to fuco Willi hb dead vvlfu asked him
abiuplly what he done to that woman
Tho husband breaking Into faku In
(oheieut babbling tiled lo lllug him
tclf, weeping upon the body, but was
yanked away by lloso.
(Continued on Page 4)
' nun in lint iiriiisii iiiiiiiiiniiiiH iii'viiini nrrn i' nil. rerun .11 ..ininiiiui it - . -.
Charges made by one Ii I". Irwin to
tho Hoard of Health that I'imkI Com
mlsslomr 111. uk hard Is iltber "crooked"
or IlKOIllpetellt, bucked Up by llllegtd
facts ns to llhiiicliurd'K actions In di
spelling rrorcn cream for 11. II. Irwin,
n brolhiT ofvli I' Irwin, lire denlnd by
the food commlsidomr. Moreover, Ii
A, JumhFou, whose name was brought
Into riie matter as published In u morn
ing papir. luakix ii statfinilit that rants
i nnsldcr.ililti doiibl on Irwin'" stoiy
Irwin, luiordlnn ,lo the inornjiig, pu,i
lr. states turn ills i.romrr, as .lmtire'r
.ill thp Unit n( Itaven Jacobin. lilt
pnrlR friixiu irmiii fioiinSaii VVaitfln'C
Thls"ionief Into iiimpitltlon Willi llm
tA-T,.ii.ridiiot of .thm local "dnlrini.'iifi sim:1-
"""jtitlon. Arthur iMcNlunarri. bookkiHnr
""" 1 lor the ussiK'l.itlon, warned Ibo linporl-
er that f he perltisl liuforelnu torn
' iol 'inside 'by Itnlph
.....'- .1 .... ...
l.yous, cue misi lor ine leriuizer wnries.
Lyons called on Illaiichard for some ap
paratus, whereupon Illanchard "rnslH'd
down to Jacohsou und said thut be had
made' nn nvvful mistake," that tho
cronm toiilil be sold. This cream was
sold to the Palm Cafe, whereupon lllan
churil, not being nblo to stop tbo Im
portatlou. began an nttnek upon tho
purtliiiMT of It tin J pronounced the Ice
1 renin far below standard.
Those are the lads of the charge
laid by Ii I. Irwin, according lo the
report printed In the morning papir
The facts as obtained by 11 It u 1 1 e 1 1 11
reporter lids morning uru cniiHldrr.ihly.
Commissioner lllunchnrd left on n
business trip 011 thn Manna Kea this
morning. Ilefore Ii living be said:
"There Is not 11 word of truth In thn
whole statement. When the cream In
'luestlon arrived. Haven & Jacohsou
(Continued on Page 4.)
N. S. W. PREMIER
Tbo llaiiils-ArinmiMhe-Pnclflc lias
just received woicl from Percy lluntei
that J. S. T. Mo'luwnn. Premier of
N'dw South Wales will ho in Honolulu
Friday and wshes to meet members
of tho club. Accompanying him Is
Attorney (Innenil llnlmnu, trie of Iho
most brilliant men In tho New S011II1
Wales pailinnieut and MeC.ownn's
Hunter writes that bo his gotten
Ibo Austrjlnslnu premiers together
and Is establishing a icilly live brum I
of the llaiids-Aroiind-lhe-Parino dub
In London. Dr. .lonbn Is also t.iMut;
a keen In'oioDi lu lids wink and Is
to wii'k for It bi .lnp.111.
On bis return from Jnpnn Dr. Jor
dan will he n guest of Iho I eland
Stanford club nml the Ilutids-Aro'inl
11 I ..-.usllil.. Ili-il limit -
- n ......... . ...... .......
er und nno of tho Australasian pre
may bo 4irosent at the same
POPE'S CONDITION SAME
I Associated Press Cabti. 1
ROME, Italy, Aug. 15. Tho condi
tion of the pope is practically un
changed today. He Is still not out of
TROOPS AWE STRIKERS I
(Kixel.it ltlllletln Cable.) '
LIVERPOOL, Eng., Aug. 15. The
strikers are quieter. There aro 3000
,if tin. .ii.lriilnebiii ,,.'""."" iiiiiiiii.um 11 me. .HOIS lo
PRICE 5 CENTS. W
It Is Legalized
(ABorhlf-tl 1itm CiiMn.1
WASHINGTON, D. C Aug. 15.
President Taft today sent to Congreti
a mettage containing hit expected ve
toes of tho bills granting statehood to
Arizona and New Mexico. In his met
sage he says that the provision for the
recall of the judiciary, incorporated in
the Arizona constitution, is pernicious.
He declares that It subnets the judges
to legalized terrorism, ta destructive of
Independence and Injurious to the
cauto of good government.
Following the receipt of the message,
a resolution for tie admission of Ar).
zona undap .m .constitution xcludinri
the recall) provision waa, introduced by
4 'FRISCO GRAFT
( Assoolntril Presji Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Aug. 15
Qralt prosecution directed against
Tlrey L. Ford, Thornwell Mullally,
JPatrick Calboun and William M. Ab
bott, growing out of the Investigations
of Detective W. J. Burnsthe legal ac
tivities of Francis J. Heney and the
confessions of Abe Ruef, today was
ended, when the District Court of Ap
peals ordered Judge William P. Lawlor
to dismiss the indictments against the
four men. The cases are known as the
trolley graft cases.
(Special Ilu I let In f,,i)
TOKIO, Japan, Aug. 15. The volcano
of Asahyama is in eruption and several
persons are reported killed.
PENROSE WOULD SEE
SENATE ADJOURN AUG.
(SiK-clnl Ilu I let In Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C,' Aug. 15
Senator Penrose introduced a resolution
today calling for the adjournment of
the Senate on August 22.
SAN niAN'clSCO. Cal
Sugar- Si! degiei'M test, 1,9!
imitation, I c;Ce
SAN rilANCISCO, Cal
lints SS nnal)sls. Ms.
GOUc Previous ipiotutlon.
, Aug. II -c.
, Aug. 14.'
Tlio Can.1dlau-A11str.1ll.111 liner Ma
rnma J'nim Australian ports via Now
calami an ai rival at Iho sirt this,
lifleiiKMiu will ho illsp.itehod for Vio
lin In and Vancouver at eight o clock
riccuidlng lo tho present Intention of
her agents, T. (I. Duvles and Com
pany. Tlio vessel brought a few layover
1 I "-UKc Willi will COIIHIllie 1110 voi-
. , ,l, ...l,,l.. , 1.. .1...
Navlgitlou stc.imor Wlllielmliia. sail
ing for San Kiouclsro tonioirow.
Tho fielght list Included shipments
of fcitillzer 111at01l.il and sumo lines
Tho Murauia Ik nu n new schodiila
nnd Is expected to m.iko consldor.ihle)
better tlmo than fornicrly. A cnll at
New .ealand rts has resulted In
llilshaiio being olliiilu.ited as u im-t
Thore 1110 37 iia'sengers for Ho
nolulu. Cargo for Haw nil Is Ml tons'
Itiuen meat and "" Ioiib general, Tlm
(t.sol called at Aiiekltind for Iho flist