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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, AUO. 18, 1911.
Hawaii in l.wlgi' I'lr-t
Ilmiiilitlii I haplrr, U. . M,
-- lit iru In r. . 1 1. in.
lln'.iiilr Lodge -'llilril He.
lliirniiiti) ClwpliT, V. I,
0. I., s. Itcuiil.ir.
AM Tlaltlnjc members o!
Order ire cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
.runt rrtointcny nti,et Aim
BENEFICIAL JBSop.IATHHL ciationi cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, Ho. 1, 1. 0. B. M
Meets every first anil third Thura-
lays of null month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. VlHltlnK brother cor
Wally Invited to att.eud.
V J. IIOIIINKON. Sachem.
11 TUDD, C of It.
IOK0EULU LOUfJE, 616. B. P. 0. 1
flonelulu Lodge No. (118. D. P. O.
Clki, meets In their hall, on Kins
treet, near Kort. every Friday eve
ning. Visiting toother are cordially
'nTlled to mieni.
i v it iKi:Nnt:icn, m n.
i:0. T KLHUOHU Sec
WM. McKIKLEY LODGE. 110. 8,
K. of P.
Mn every 2nd and 4th Saturday
renin at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Kort nnd Doretanla. Visit
log brothers cordially Invited tn at
F. F. K1MICT, 0. C.
11 A. JACOUSON, K. 1L.B,
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets eviry first nml third Friday lit
"50 o'lhu-k, Pythian Hull, corner llcrc
tnnla and Kort (droits. Visiting broth
ers eoidl.illy Invited to iiltrnd.
h. DKCKUIt. O. C.
O. IlCINIl-K of It. & S.
HONOLULU AERIE MO, F. O E.
Sleets on second anil fourth Wednes-
day cvoiiIiik of each month ut 7:30
o'clock. In Sim Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, near lhuiiia Visiting brothers
aro Invited to iitfnd.
: A IUVIH, W. P.
M C .M'C'OV, Secy.
Proaldiiit i: 1 KpnldlliB of tin fliain
Lcr of Comiui'ici', iliilid last Uidlics-
ila at the iiiinu.il iin'itluK of the
chambir, toda aiiiKiunced the rcKiil.tr
and Hici'lal loinmllters for tho cusli-
iui; car. Tbo ritlrlns president, J. F.
MorR.in, Is made eiialiman of the iiiem
.Sovcii reuiilar mid ilsbt special coin
lultlreH aro named, as follows:
I'liiaiu'eU I). 'JVliney, J. M. Dott
ntll, 1' Klauip.
Jli'iiihirshlp Jiiiiii'i I''. .Morunii, J
W. Wnldron, Albeit Wiiterbouse.
Arbitration -T. Cllvo IWIes, J. U
Dole. James I". .Muik.wi, 11 M P.inIoii,
J. W. Wulitiou.
Coniiuirce. Al.imif.ictnro nml Auilcul
ture F Klamp. 11 1". Illfclul. J. M
IlarlMirs, Klilppinu and Trainportii-
lloii-i: i: l'axtoii, T. Cllvu Davles, I!
U. Ti nncy. '
l.eRll.iltiro and Public Improve
ments J. P. ,'ool,e, II F. Illshop, J. A.
Itecepllon and Kntoi tnliitncnt ('. II.
Cooke, II I). Tenney, Arteit AVattr
1 " Inlernallohul Arbitration W. A.
Jloupii, It P. I.iiiikP, (I J. WiilUr.
Shippers' Wlintf ('ouimlltee c II.
Cooke, (iio. P. Delllson, J. I). J )'.
AdvntlxliiK -A W. T lluttiimliy,
fieorKo HihIIi k, lib hard lvers, V. M
.Melmriiy, Paul Muhlcudorf.
Proiiiollou W II. lfooi;, 1). p It
HiilldliiKW. It. C.iBlle. 1" J. Low
ley, ll' P Wood.
Public Health fine. W. Smith. A
N, Campbell, It. F iJilllughuni, Ficd
Macfiulano, O. 1. Wilder
AntUTiilieictilOHis C'nmpalKii J It
iffl'jM .a f'u,KirfeIU &M
Jauiea P. Moriiuu, 11. P. Wuod.
ACT AS HOST
l'lcsldcut Asann, of the Too KIkoii
iMIIMin, Willi In UpCCtCll tit m3
through Honolulu on September Slh.
us n p.fsbciigoi' In (lie new liner Shin-
Jii Maru, will net nM host to n htg
gathoilng of loe.il nuslnosB men tlur
Ins Hie Htny u( the palnllnl Hiilt at
this urn t.
The Tctiyu Muni brought word IIiIh
inurnliiK lli.it ll was Hie Intention o
President Asann In tender n b uiqiicl
in board the vessel Ho niitliorlol
llio nmrors In Iho Tciijn Miirit. to
enter lulu arrangements for the en
lerlalnnient of a selected number of
Rttosts. Willi llio nrrlv.il of the Ten
Mi, : contract wns Closed for a picked
number of Hawaiian musicians who
me excled lo i under Island aim a)
tnc eiiicriainii'ent nml perhaps no
compnti) I lie Shiu .Mnru to tho
The Tclio Jliiru ninilc.n Blow beith
lit Alakoa wlnrf this morning, pio
siimabl) owing lo t lie shoaling of the
linrbor at the point. The Japanese
vessel Is bculng tnio of the largest
nint iiiont valuable cargoes III lior h 1k-
loiy In mldliloii to I'l'i.flH chests of
te.i Inlidi on al KcolutiB. Fnnnosa-
mid al several Japanese ports, the
Unrr linn a lleh freight Including two
million dollars worth of law ami
Purser William Iteed staled this
morning, that the ptesenco of llio silk
In the cargo, made It Imperative that
the Tonvo be dispatched at Iho dul
lest possible hour for Han 1'ranolseo.
I'lx'ii urrlval at tho Mrst irt, tho Hllk
will be rushed In nil awaiting tialn
ami sent ariiwH tho eonllnenl at mall
train speed to New York nnd other
While lieio, Hie Tenyo was relieved
of ii thousand tons freleht Including
riiiiiiIcs and n. largo vurlclj nf Japan
Iloiiiitulii dicw Iwculy c.iblu, 1 see-
olid class ami 1.1" Aslallu stocrago
p.isseimers iiiihiiik the latter there bu
lim L'l I'lllpliius. 9S .lap.inese ami !'!
The through Hxt inimbeicd nil cab
In, !hi second i'l,ii iiinl US HleoiiiBe
(or San Fnini'li-co.
l'nrser Iteed slates Hint fine weath
er Was tho Ronerul rule after leaving
K. rue, former nsslstant purser on
Teilyo Mnru has been npilnled .lap
atieso purser In tho ,8hlii)o Marti.
Y. Mntsumolo Is now nsslstant purser
on Tenyo, HIHiir Um poslllnn vacated
The Kliln.w) wilt iciii.iIii In Honolulu
oer night and an elaborate entertain
incut ami bampicl will bo kUcii on
boanl her by President Amino, Al
ready plans aro belni; arranged for a
Hawaiian ipilulcl club.
Mi-llrjile IioiiiN were the fenturo of
khIps on the local sugar market today
Following the laavy sales lit this se
curity yrsterday, llfly tlioiis.ind dollars'
worth iiddltloiinl wire liouglit In today,
hi llio iigeney. It Is understorid. Tho
demand suit tho price from 97 to 'a7.50
lie If weip rpintcd oft u llttln today,
and the uuirkit shows u tendency to
ward iiileliipss, iilthnugh Olna has gone
up iikiiIii, makliiK l per slinrc pvtn
now nml In good demand nt that. Dahu
Is not In so much demand as It was a
few days iiro.
The single session sale today was E
shales of llutchlii'on at 10. Tho larg
est sale recorded was S7 shares of Ha
waiian Coiiimercl.il ut 11. SO, an advance)
of half a point.
NEW Y. Mi. A.
Alfnd T Wisdom, tbo man who Is
to have i barge of llio social prl IIpros
ul the new v. .M c A nullillng, ur
rived fiom Ilia Coast tills morning.
lie has had considerable cxperleneo
In the work both at Oakland and Port
land ami Is a gipnt proinotir of tour
naments ami lompi tltlons. Iio will
liiko ii spuldty out on tho bowling
alley ainl will also huvu chaigo of tho
cafi tn la
T00G00D WILL GO
Uist night sK witnesses nppeiired
hefoie thu (oioner'H Jury, stating In
detail all they knew of the facts that
led up In tho horrible murder.
'I he tilled told by nil worn exactly
similar In every ii'Bpeet, boiiio meio
ly containing moro detail.
Tho evidence gathered ut ptesent Ih
enough to convict Albert Toogood for
minder In tho Hist degree. He will
I in nimbly be broiiRht beforo tho grand
Juiy this evening.
etc," mamtfncturodwby' the Bulletin
City Transfer Co. -
JA3. H. LOVE
BIGGER AND BETTER QUARTERS
FOR SIERRA CABIN PASSENGERS
SOCIAL SALOOM NOW.A PLACE OF BEAUTY AS WELL AS
JOY TO ALL TRAVELERS. TENYO MARU HAS VALU
ABLE CARGO, MAINLY TEA AND SILK. ZEALANDIA IS
TO MAKE.SHORT STAY. SEAS SMOOTH AND PASSEN
GERS LIKEWISE HAPPY.
Tho Oceanic xlcamshlp Sierra linn
iiRaln been nllered In order to better
accommodate Iho InereasliiR passen
ger ImslncsB offered Iho liner. This
time it marked addition Iiih been
mado In the mclal hall. Tho last
nail was driven Into the new ami
handsome llttliiRs hut n few niiimenti
beforo the lines were cast off prior
lo dcpartma fioni Sim Franelsco at
noon last Saturday.
The sorlnl hall has been lofllti'il In'
Hint moio mom has been mndo for.
nasHoiiRcrs. At :i nlcasbiR coiipeit'.nn board which must be rushed lo
given Hiiro on Thursdav evening sev
enty-flve persons lmith Ipaled In nil
event which Ih decl.ued by Purser
Tom .Smith, Dr. Clark and Chief
Stewaiil Carleton as "the finest ever."
tdulcr (he dliectlon of C. F. Woods,
Iho eulhusliiKtlc iichtmau and piiIh
inan tho concert Including n wealth
of musical ami recitative numbers
fonnally usheied tho now social li.it 1
Into usefulness and a feature In the
The Sierra was alongside Iho
Oceanic wharf at eight o'clock this
mnruliiR. The one bundled um! one
cabin and cloven bIocmrp p'tBBciiRcrs
vvoro soon nshnio'. Chief OnirMr Trick
vvns inlshcd from tho brldRo this
morning, bo having been taken down
with la Rilppo n few ia)jj .hcfoio ar
rival at Honolulu. Tho genial ollletal
holies tn bo able to hold (he lino by
Iho lima that tho Slcir.t Is lemly to
depart for tho mast.
The Sli'nn now cairlcs an assist
ant stewardess to' Mrs. Combs who
hns been n popular member of the
Sierra staff fort so ninny mouths.
Tho vessel luct with uniimil wea
ther according to Piirvcr Smith. For
Iho llrst four days Iho son' was as
smooth as a Kansas pialflc. The
Biirfaco lioro an oily npncarniiro and
It Is said that theio was not n hi oath
of n hrcC7o stirring,
"Had any wlndjaniiners been caught
in mm vermin or ino sens I can as
sure jou that they would not havo
moved a mllo n month." Insisted Pur-
"Kveryono was distressingly heal
thy," remarked Dr. Clark when nsked
about the Hip this moinliiR,
Among Iho Ihlrtj -four hundred tons
cargo In the vessel nio u number of
eucalyptus lose Flvo uiilouinbllos
r.io Included In the shipment of
frclRht. Theio Is a lot of rciiciiiI
merchnmllso ami Biippllcs.
.Mall In tho iiimher of PIG Backs nr
lived and iccclved Hpeeily dlsisislllou
nt tho hands of tho local postal ofll
Dr. l'iHiorn, tho lenltoipil entomu-
loglst, forwarded it Jar containing a
laigo number of curious hugs which
riieordlng to IH. (i. W. Chile or tlib
Sierra mo a Bort of carnivorous bensl.
Tho Insects mo ipiltu largo and
ennicvvliiiL lesemblo an eliuifialed hor
net. They liniuedlalely seize upon
miy particle or meat that might he
liioun In Iho Jar and It Is tho pie
sont Intention to try out tho Insects
ha n destrojer of tho MeillterraniMii
Dan Cupid Busy on the Mongolia.
It Is nppnicut thai Dan Cupid has
been busy for iimio lliuo on tho Mnn
pnlln. It has been riiinoied for sev
eral weoks Hint beforo Iho Mongolia
sails for tho Far Fast next voyage
soinb of tho young ofllrera will be
conio. beueillcts. All Inquiries us to
Iho Identity of theso olllcers has been
wlthlield, but it close scrutiny of Iho
nctlpus of tho young women at tho
dock will possllly icveal n fow of the
Tcnyo Away at Five O'clock.
Theio has been boiiio tall hustling
going on at the Alako.t wluilf today,
Tho .lap.inofio IPier Teilyo Mnru troni
W. C. PcacocK & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines .
Sole Agents ; Mumm's Champagne
- '- (SchlitzBeer
- Phone 1281
loiiHkoiiR vl.i ,1'ip.l'l litis with one
thousand tons Reneral cargii fimn ,tho
Oilent added Its mile lo the collec
tion or merchandise that still cuctini
hern the available space nt the iilK
wharf, The fmce of stevcdoies work
ed like Trojans In RettliiR the carRo
out of the ship In time for the ill"
patch of the liner for Sau-I'ianclsro
at live o'clock tonight. It Is ncces'
feary that the Tcnjo be nw.iy at Iho
earliest isisslblo inoment ohIiir lo Iho
Inrpe and valuable shipment of Bilk
the Misteni seaboard on 'a mall sched
Sparks from the Wlrclcs.
M. N S. S. I.uillne, en lodto rrom
San Fianclsco. S p. in.. August 17.
Will arrive n p. in. Monday.
M. N. S. S. Wlllielmlna, en route lo
San Francisco, S p. in , AiiRiist 17.
I.'a; miles riom Honolulu, Moderate
northeast vv lints, sea moderate, lino
weather. All well
A. S. S. ltosecrans. en roulo from
.Monleiey, X p. in., AiiriisI 17. Will
arrive nt Kaannpall nt noon Satur
Departs With Honolulu Freight. ,
The American-Hawaiian freighter
Alasknn with tianshipped caiRo frorn
the Kast iiiast of the United Slntes
by the way of Snllna Crui! Is retried
to havo sailed fiom tho TchuuntopcR
jmit n Inst Tuesday. Tho vessel will
call iitSnn DIoro, San Francisco and
PiiRot Sound p'orts befoic procccillng
tn Iho Islands.
Princeton Off for Samoa.
The little Ameilrau gunboat Prlncu
ton which has spent the gi eater part
of n week nt Iho jsirl taking on sup
piles and picturing lor u continua
tion nf tho voyngo In tho South Sean
will bo dispatched for Samoa toinoi
iow miunlng Falling from heio on or
about ten o'clock.
Fuel Oil for the Islands.
A shipment of fuel oil for Island
porls Including Kaannpall and Hono
lulu Is lo arrlvo In tho American oil
tanker Hoseciana which Is oxiiccled
In show up ut Kaannpall tomorrow.
Lurllne Due Monday Evening.
The M.iIhimi Navigation steamer
l.uilluu with passengers nnd mall
fiom San Francisco Is expected to
al i he at Honolulu on or about flvo
o'clock on Monday evening.
I PA83ENGER9 ARRIVED 1
Per O. S. S. Sierra, fiom San Finn
elsrn, Aug. JS. Mrs. Carrie Adams,
Miss ( trace F. Allen, Dr. Win. An
tone. Jno, Ainllioso. Miss A. II. At'
klnsoir, p. Ilnldwln, .1. M Ilalley, .1.
II. Hallow, Mrs. Nina Hetry, A. 0.
Ilotllcxnu, Miss U llright. (1. F. Un
ion. -Look S. Chin, J. Clalio, Miss Ab
bio H. Citric, Miss Allco Cluypool, M
S. Cohen, .1. M. Council, Mm Council,
Miss F. Council, Itnyinoud Council
Dr. K. I,. Connolly, Mib. Connelly.
Miss Frances Connelly, O. W. Con
sens, Mts. F. 11, Coiisens, Miss Nina
Cialg, Itatph M. CrUxmnn, C. J, Dilil,
Mrs. Dalil, Mrs. W. W. Dlmond, Mas
ter W Dliiiond, F. Dohriunii, Jr II
W. Foiwiird, Mrs. Fprvvaid, J. Fox
Mis. J. (iarriii mid child, I. A. (lib
buns, Mrs. II, 11. lrfurl and child,
Mrs. A. CooilinanllsH II. 1. flood
.mini, W. If. (loots, Mis, Cootz, 0, do
Orout, Mis. 0. . Guild and two chil
iliun, Mrs. W. A. lialstead. Miss W.
M. HalKtoad, Mrs. M J. lloiton, a.
Hughes, Mib, Hermann Hugo, It. II,
Irwin, Atonzo Jones, Miss M J. Jones,
Mis Jno. King, Wm. Knight, Mrs.
Knight, Mis. W. M, Linigton, Mrs. II
I", Lewis, Domilil I.owIb, Dr. If. II.
I, Issuer, Mrs. .Issuer, F. ICarle lyijio.
Mrs. It. C. Lopcr, It. II MrMIdmvncy,
I,. K. McOnffney, Mrs. Mcdnffncy, W.
Mackay, Miss h. Meichant, Mis. I.. J.
Moses, Jus. Munin, (1. I,. Park, Mrs.
Park, Dr. Fred Puleston, Mrs. It. Ho
dapet, Miss Kthel Itoipielto, Mis, I,.
M. Shultz, Miss II. M. Schultz, Judge
W It. Smith, Mrs. Smith, il V Todd
Pelcr Turn Sudcn, Miss Julian Wain
nlkn, Dr. J. T. WnjBon, Mrs. Wnjson,
Miss l;leanor Witson, Miss India
Wn)son, Itlchnrd Weber, Jno. Wells
K. I'. West, A. T. Wisdom, C. I'
Wood, Mrs. Wood Miss 1). Wood,
Master D. 11. Wood, Miss N. Wood,
All's. (I. Wright, Chlng Hang You.
Por T. K. K. S. ti. Tenyo Maui, from
iiongKong via l'Hirninsii aixi ..inpaii
ports.'Alig, 18. For Honolulu: Helen
A(hfordFred J. Klsenmihii, Mrs. Fred
J. Klccnsoliii, K., Isoshlma und ser-
vnlil, Atttt. A. Kobaynshl, M. 'Mnrllii,
Dr. T. Nllilale Mrs. Nlldate nnd maid,
Mis. It. Seklilo, Master T Sckldo, O,
Tnshlio, Mrs. Tashlin, Mrs. II. Tanl
moto nml Infant, Miss II. Taiilmoto,
Mrs. M. YnmiRllinra, AlrB. S. Ynnngl-
baru, Thiniigh; Miss If. P. Dally, F.
IL nation, Mrs. Mary A. Illgelow Mrs
D. II. Illnke, Miss Dorothea N. Illake
Master Daniel II. Illake, K. M. Char,
A. Cochrane, Miss P. Curl, Mrs. K. M
Dubs, Mrs. I). M. Ditinincllcr, Judgo
I.. I,. Fnvvcelt, Mrs. F. W. Olniper
IIiir mid maid, II. T. Helm. I,. I).
Ilargls, S..K. Illgtiell. Mrs. T. W. Kcn-
dilik. Miss U Kendtiek, 1. Knl nnd
Infant, Mitstcr Y.j Kill Pedro R:illn,
W. i. Um, S. K. l-owc, J. If. Lviuls,
.Mts. .1, II I. Mills, 11. C 1iugwclI, .Mrs
II. ('. I.ougwcll, Miss Kmlllo ISuir
well, Miss Martha A, IuiRwell, Mrs
J. A. Mndild. Miss C. Merrlman, Mini
h. Mugele, M. S, Mnrrlot, Mrs. K. J.
Moss, Illshop W. F. Nichols, Mrs. W.
F, Nlrliols, Miss Murgaict A, Nichols,
Mis. II C. Nichols, S. Naioiiso and
servant, Mrs. S. Nnrnuso nml iiiald,
Mrs. N. Nnratoml Capt. C. I Pllnoy
Miss K. U Peck, Miss N, I). Itulilaiid.
MIbs I. Itosckians, J. J. Soler, Mm.
J. J. Stocr, J. It. Sheppnit, Henry
Htnlth, Jr., (Ico. F. Stock, F. 11. 0. S.,
.Mis. Ceo. F. Stock, Paul Tang, K.
Takfiuik.'i, llobcit Tovcy-Cozcns, Mn
J. M. 'elch. Dr. W. C Wcrniiith. K,
Yamasakt, Mrs. Yamusakl and maid.
T. Yasul, C. P. Yang.
Per C.-A. S. S Zealanilla, iinm
Vancouver and Victoria, Aug. IK.
For Honolulu: Mis. J. P. Waircn,
Mis. W. A. Alklinon, Mr. M. A. War
ren, Rev. W. A. Atkinson, Miss H.
Volln, Miss J. Underbill. Mrs. II.
Ilocsinan, Miss A. Webber, II. noes
man, Miss !.' linesman, J, Illckncll,
Mrs. J. Illckncll, Miss M. II, William
son. Miss' C. A. Moyer, Miss II Co
Iiirrn, Miss K. lliiHiucr, Miss K, P:
Criindall, Mrs. I,. .O. llottomloy, J.
Itusscl, Mrs. Itusscl, Mrs. F. A. Cam
eron, A. Itnelll, Mrs. A. Iniclll, Miss
Wni liner,' Master Wnrilner, Mrs. C;
Conner, W. F. Wcldmnii, W. Norton
A. It. MrUjuglilln, M. Wagner. (1
Young, IK lllaekstono, Mrs. A. F. Kf-
llnger. Miss I). Kllliiger, Miss 11 Kf.
finger, Miss C. I.. Hmnger, Miss A,
Ktllnger, Master flcorg,o ntllngcr, C.
Ilulke, Mrs. C. niilzke, M'uster J
Ilutrke, Muster II. Ilutzkc, Master A.
- i t
Per sltnr. Clniidlno, for Hawaii via
Maul Kirls, Aug. IS. Mrs. II Mad
den, J. A. Medclros, Mrs. Mcdclros,
It. Weber, Helen Correa, Annie Cor
ion, Father Steven, II. M. Olttel. Miss
A. K. (lay. Mis. Anderson, J. II,
Jones, I,. O'ohilner, II. 11. Penhallow,
Mts. Penhallow, D. L. Itoscnfehl, Joe
Sllva. J. Carvalho. J. Vincent.
Per stiur. W. (1. Hall, for Kairil
poits, Aug. IS. Miss K. IMwnrds,
Mrs. J. Niilaumallc, Mrs. S. Ynnngii'
hhl. Mrs. Illslic'il, Dr. Derby, 11 Lun
ger (1. N. Wilcox,
Per stlnr. Manna Ken, for lllln vl.i
way ports. Aug. 22. C. S. Ilollimuy,
C. A. Holl. Mrs. Hell, Prof. W. T,
ninghaui, F. W, Damon. Mrs. Datum'.
Master Damon, Ii von Tempsky, Miss
N. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. A. Isvvls.
II. II. (Ilfford, Mrs. (llrford, M. M
(Irahain, Miss Deyo, II, W. Ilmden,
Mrs. Harden, J, Monsarrat.
Per stnir. Kinaii, lor Kauai ports,
Aug. 22. Mis. C. II. Cooko and .".
ehlldien, 1). I.jons Mrs. I.muis, Mrs.
K. Illscliop, V. A. Lane, Mrs. I.nne,
If A. Kniidsen, Mis, Kniidscu, Miss
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
j , a,
Friday, Aug. 18.
flAN FHANCISCO Sailed, Aug. 17:
H. 8. J A. Clumsier ror Honolulu
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed, Aug. 17:
S. S. Columbian, for Heat tie.
Itlchnrd K. Clark, funnel Iy or tho
Mlllor Salvage company uhil now a
hack dilvcr, aiound Hnnollilit cuutlnii
cd Ills uvldoiico this niornitig In Iho
Collie Chief caso nt tho United Stales
Iio told how they had tiled to get
u big hawser aboard und how they
had fulled and then how finally at last
tlioy had managed to do It. I lo him
Kolf had chiirgo or the work and
was assisted by "Henry No. 1," who
took In tho slack when ho noticed
any and who wits assisted In the aidii
ntiH woik by any or those who hap
pened to ho doing nntlilng at tho t lino.
lu answer to tho questions as lo
how ho kept the tlina sheets, ho said
Ilial ho hud been given u Blip by Mo
ses. Ho did not know his other tiaiuu
and ho leally did not know Just ex
actly how long each man bud lo woik
ns ho had to depend on (ho veracity
or Iho snld Moses,
All tlio questions weio simply con
nectod with tho details or how tho
work whs cutrled out and what steam-
ins vvcto probcnt On different days,
Huliiumrlts of the Dillingham natur
alization bill wero received by mall
tills morning. The II II 1 1 o 1 1 ll received
from Its WuidiliiKtoii cornspondeiit an
outline, of. the provisions In the pro-
The literacy test, ns was understood
hClc.'prov hits that nil male aliens six
teen years ot ugo or over physically
qapniitn oY rending a'pd writing,- limit
bo nidi ti!;rwM and write In xoino lan
guage or dllileet tn bq eligible lo rill
Bctishlp, nml eligibility lo oitlscnsblp Is
made the test for udmlsslon to tbo
Tho contract lal or law Is retnlned In
prnillcully Is present form. Fnr-icacd-
Ing provisions are mado for enforcing
the law through Immigrant stations mid
nlllelals. A new feature Is that any
nller sentenced to Imprisonment for a
term of one jenr or more becnuso of
conviction In this louiilry of n crime
Involving innrnt turpitude, committed
within five jears after (lie entry of the
alien Into tho United .States, shall be
Action Is pro'nilsed by IJio supervis
ors lo stpp the 'farce now being enact
ed at tbo llshmurket. Although every
stiill-kcepcr ut tbo market )ius been
compelled by the Iloiird nf llenlth to
instull screens beforo the hoard would
Issue a permit, tho Itoaid of Health
und Ihe supervisors discovered that an
oversight lu tbo law allows tho market
men lo keep Iho screens hung high
over their meats, ilsh nnd fruits, so
Hint although they havo secured
sireens, tho public Is no more protect
ed from the exposure of foodstuffs to
tiles und dlit than it was before.
Tho HiipervNors' health committee
Chairman Krugrr, Amntiii nnd MeCIel
Ian held a 'caucus last night nt tho
assembly room and discussed an ordi
nance that will compel tho stall-keepers'
lo put the', screens over tho food
stuffs. Dr. W. I.. Moore, iisslitnnt city
physician, was also present, mid the
ordinance was fully (llicussed. It will
bn drawn up, sent In nnd passed, so
that 'It will becoinq operntlvo us soon
POLICE COURT NOTES.
There wpro vers' few cases on tho
police com t culcndar this morning, und
most of :i these wero sit nsldo mitll u
The case against Ur. Morons was put
IV er until next wiik.
David Kaavvii, M. Kalakapit und H.
Knvvewelil were having n friendly lit
tle game of craps nml lllnglug' tbo
bones with much vim, when lliey weio
pounced upon by Sergennt Kellett und
taken lo the station. They appeared
before the Judget pleaded guilty and
netted the county $1S.
If Jack Oleason, Jlimnio Cnffrnth,
Tex ntekard or some of tbo other
world-famous light promoters, who are
leav lug no stone unturned In their
senich for u "hope of the while raeo"
to best Jaik Johmoii with, ever heard
of John lbe, there would bo n battle
loyal waged amongst llieni for posses
sion of Ibis man.
John Dye holds forth In tbo Young
Hotel ns manager of tbo eamly-mak-llig
depailment, nnd woo bo (o anyone
who enters bis sacred sweet sanctum
on trollble bound.
Many a iftiin him entered Ibis lair, or
II may bo called an arena, and come
out badly usid and man-handled. l)c
Is a veiltnblo llvo wlro In llsllc duels
and bus his opponent dono brown lie.
foie ho fully realizes what It Is nil
Dye will have to punch something
othir than men's faces from now on,
ns he llnds this pastlmo quite expen
sive. It lost him just $7G mid court
costs lo havo the ple.fsuro of soaking
one of the lintel employes squaic lu the
left lamp ami causing Ihe shade of
blue, groin nnd jellow In bo tightly
The Injured one had mi urgunient
wltli D)o ovir sixty pounds of 'candy
that had to Is' mado up. Dye took of-
fi use nml landed promptly upon the
necii ur ms questioner, snilly nialireai
lug him, Liter tbo vnnqiilsheil hnd Dye
nrrested nnd tbo Joy of 'seeing him
sonked not by a list, but In Iho sluipo
of $7B that went Into tho county
BAD DAY FOR SPEEDERS
The ipeid demons had a great tlmu
jestcrday, charging mound town ex
cecdlng tho speed limit, Tho racing
fever of the uiotoilsts soon cooled, liow-
ivei, when eupluied nml brought Into
Iho chill atmosphere of tbo police sta
tlou by Motoreyilo Olllcers M. D.
Abieu und W. n. Chilton.
Those caught speeding In tho limits
uhing Hotel stieet wero O. Wilder. A,
IJ Dondero, T. 11. Petrle, Curl Ilrun
stou, W N. Patten, Manuel Correa, II,
Wilder, Lieutenant Claylnr und Frank
This Is one of the largest day's
tnulics evir entuimled lu tho motor-
cjilo otlliers' nets.
: RECREATIONS :
BELL TRIO IS
The Kmplio has n big hcad-llnei
with Iho cliango last night, a rcntuio
Rood ciioiirIi for'nny h'misc. This Is
tho Hell Tilo In ii rcnlly cl.iboi.itn
soldier scene. Tho hIhrIiirvi together
with llio uriilenlfifily Una singing of
tho Ti In make n strong liupiesslon.
Knch of (lie Trio gets a chance for it
solo, nml tho singing by the camp
fire, with tho .tent nml stacked gnus
i.eatby, Is nut only full of Rood "color"
hut pleasing mul nnrhionlnus.
little O'Malloy rcIs away, with n
Dutch dance; that Is not bad, mid tho
films aro unusuall) good.
SINGING IS MARRED
The IHJou's offering for Iho week
end Is n good one. Mine. I'oiiora
Harrison U Rauglng lier voleo to thu
i(?e of tho liouso liettev, mid bift
nlRhl hIio Bang with much sweetness
and to, Rreat effect. Her line p"i
forntnnre was married 'iy a bunch nf
men and bojs who should bo put out
lor 'whlst'llii'g mid olherwlso eieatlng
a disturbance when tho test or tho
audience Is listening to bomctlilni:
that requires quiet.
Tho Kldeds gi'l tinniRh their Irlck
cjclc net, and the .midgets their
runny woik. with tniirli pleasure for
llio big houses (tint attend this ixipu
lar place. Tho films aro better than
Honorublo J. H. V. Mc'Jowpn, former
pyifho Mlnlstrr of New South Wales;
Mrs. MeCnwan and J. W. Ilnlllman, u
incmlirr of tho McOownq pally, sponl
sneral houl'S lids afternoon us thu
guests of tbo Itiiiids-Arouiid-lbe-P.i-illlc
Club and visited a number of In
teresting points In und about tbo city.
Tho MeUowiiii parly arrived ul ifooiil
today In the Canadian-Australian liner
'.ealalldla. They have been In ulteud
unco at the looriiatlou ceremonies at
Loudon nml are now retaining lo Aus
tralia, where tlio loi liter nrlme minis
ter has extensive Interests.
The .ealandla sailed from Victoria
on tho eviiliug of August 11 mid tho
passage, down to iho Islands Is leporl
eit. as n dellghtftd one.
Honolulu drew forty-throu passen-
girs lu Iho various classes. Tlio
through list numbered 250 passing! rs.
While ut tho poit there were twi nty-
two Ions of geueiul cargo , discharged.
The vessel Is carrjlng u IIiiiiiikIi cargo
of about 15(10 tons. The steamer will
sail for Hie Antipodes at .1 o'llock Ibis
evening, the 'eahuiill.l culling at llrls-
Initio und omitting Auckland, us she Is
thu hist sailing under tbo old schedule.
CAPTAIN TO GET LEAVE;
MARRIES HONOLULU GIRL
The engagement Is announced of
Miss (Icrtrudo Maefarlano or Hono
lulu und Captain W. W. fircone, com
mander of tho Chlyo Mam and com
modore nf the Toyo Klseu Kalsha line.
Tho hrlde-ln-bo has many friends In
this city, where she Is stalng with
her tnother, Mrs. Kverctt Mason
Grimes. Tlio wedding will bo colu
hrntcd at tho Crimes homo Into in tho
Arrangements for the leieiuony
will not bo completed until Captain
Grecno obtains leavo of absence front
his ship, nml tho ditto Is ttnreitaln.
in tho meantime Miss Maefarlano
will bo enlcrtnlned extensively by her
friends here. She is n daughter nf
tho Into Colonel Macfailiiue or Hono
lulu nml Is an atliacllco gill Tbo
wedding will bn one or Iho pietllest
home affairs of Iho season San
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record August 17, 1911.
From 10i30 a. m. to 4t30 p. m.
First Am Savs K Tr Co or II Ltd
to Pioteslaut Hids Ch lu 11 I. Par Itel
Henry V Miners to Dorothy I.
Campbell , I)
I'M of II P Illshop by tts to I, S
William C Aehl Jr ami vvf to Chlng
II C Culler to TVs or list of II P
Cforgo F Iti'iitnu und vvf to .1 II
Alhcitoti 1M ,il
list of C K C Ilooi.o by Irs to Tor
rllory of Hawaii
W 11 llrouiluy nnd vvf to Thomas
McLean , M
A typhoid epidemic In Kuglnwood,
u suburb pr Chicago, was splend by
ii girl germ earlier, who hud the dis
ease tlireo years ago.
The Indications mo Hint u lnron
lmr nf ii.n Piiiiama canal bonds will
g0 t0 mnall InvcstorH.