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BKEfr" 21 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNE8DAV, AUG. 30, 1911. M'.'J t JIUM jmi U ! , .- -m i. '
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SB TO. ATTOIINIJV (II:NI:HAI, AI,i:X. H ? "? &'i " "kmm" Jorts-W. O. Hall, stmr".. a. rlfirlT fllM PfllMT
Mb MMlSin, Ir, was n visitor In Po- H " ' m. I llllll Ull I Ulll I
K Weeklv Calendar !!? J,"lKn s,,,,,,r-,rr-it's co'rt w, M4Lfe ,tfw w " iiR"opiieii . .
Bfc H VVIIIJ -VUltllUUI (!,S niiuiiliiK. Ilo was given a seat H A LwH. MJMMJ LwLV WL I I DEPARTED )
fflp Hm H ft V H A p H sniiM PHini)
H MONDAY! "' .""H IMIWIN II PARIS BAft H H H HH ' BH 1 M 1 4 III Ml fUl ton
IV- rcturiic.l from .Maul tliln nifirnliiK im HWA HJ Hj V HjHB HJ lnlsI, . , a, , M, M
IM Uremic Malt d. lo claudlne, with their four MW 'LA H fl 1 vY Ll
TUESDAY- ''"-" "","""' Wi H . U
9K their (Hindu on llic H A H V H H H H 3 in! n n.M twiiimi on
mm iionoiHinJiiiinuiipiii-. LOCAL AND GENERAL .) , ,
Honolulu Cli,iiir Mark
AIiiIi.i 'liiiiilc IN pillar.
All Tliltlng mcmbtm of tko
Order re cordially lnTlted to
attend sicetltiKa of local leagM
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
tt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
KARINE ENGINtEBS 0thei ao
NEFICIAl AVIATION. ciaUon. cor.
AWAIIAN IRIBS,yo. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
HeeU ererj first and third Thur-
lajrt ot each nontli at Knlghti ot
Pythlae Hall. Veiling brother tor
fiallr Invltpd to attend.
W J HOIHNSON, Saclicm.
II V TOUD. O. ot It.
0K0IUIU LODGE, 610, B. P. 0. Z.
Honolulu Lodge No 618, I). I'. O.
Iki, meeta In their hall, on King
Street, near Kort, erery Trlday ere
nlng. Visiting Drothora are cordially
IsTtted to attend.
r p it. isr.Nni:na, n. n.
QUO. T. KI.UKGKU Sec.
WM. MeEINLET I0DQE. HO. 8,
K. of P.
Metu afsry 2nd and 4th Saturday
renlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. fort and Ilerotanla. Visit'
Ing brother cordially Invited ti at
. T. F. K1L.11UT, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. B. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. P.
JtcctM errr llrnt and third Trlday nt
"30 o'clock, rllil.m Hull, corner Ilero
tanla and Kort utrcctD. Vlslllns broth
ers cordially Imilcri to nlleml.
s. Di:cKi:n, c. c.
O. liniNH. K. ot It. & 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Mcita nn ftf-coml mill fourth Woilnort
day crnlue of rnch month nt 7.30
o'clock. In Hun Antonio Hull. Ylticwml
street, near Ilninm. Visiting brothers
uro Inutcil to iilt-iul.
ai:o. a. davis, v. r.
WM C. M'COV, Secy.
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May &. Co.
will always chooco varolshM
made by STANDARD VARNISH
A perfect finish for floors, cab
Lcwcrs k Cooke,
177 8. KING STREET
Hall In from Kauai.
Tlio Intel -Inland stonmcr W, (J
Hall wih among Ilia sitrUiilH at tlm
tHiit this nioriiliii: hrlnahi.! Ilio rou'u-
jallou Hlilpmeut of ."Slid Hacks Kiignr
llOUl IfUKIUU jniiuui pU,LB. WlfiUI
lines of Height Included ?0 ficl.B
taio and 42 packnges mmdrlos, Pur
ser Logan reports choppy seas on tho
Nun Tall tn 1 1 1 1 norj to ho hIiowii ut
Sachs' on l'llday.
Wo lmo n now lino of nmclty toys
and faNota for ililhlrcns' parties.
Attn mill Crafts Shop.
ritar snirt waists for Iiojr tind u
(iiniilctc .'iKMirtiiirnt of clilhlieu'a uti-
ileiwcat for the coming school term
'Iht Inside of the old Ilshmarket,
which Is being tin mil Into an Immi
gration retelling station, Is receiving
n coat of dark red paint.
Mules for sale To nrrlic Septem
ber 1 per S. S. Ilunotiilan, 3", line
(urge mules, nil oicr 1100 pounds.
Club Stnblcs, 112S Port street Phone
At tho Colonial tin Tliitrsdnj after
noon ftom I to 6, the incmheiH of the
Colleen Club will gle nn lnforin.lt
tceeptlon In honor of Mis, W. I.
Preai who sails on 1'rhhiy for the
There will he a benefit concert for
tho Katimakiiplll C. i: snclct nt the
old Kaiiniiikaplll Clinpcl, Austin lane,
tear of I'ahtnm I'lio Station, Thurs
day, Aug 31, 1111, at 7.30 p m. Ad
mission, tenl-fle cents, Thero'wlll
be nunc rine gcntilno Hawaiian songs
wilt ho snug.
Cliiiirman Kmll Hermit of tho Oaliu
Centtnl Impioxcment U'.tguo Is to
t-ee tho (lOtcrnor this aflernoou In
reference to the lattei's plan for a
frte garbage sjstcin for the city. The
Gmernor Intltiinted a few das ago
that he had some plans to lay before
tho committee. Chairman Hermit
wants to know when he can get them,
At Mnsonlc Temple, Tluusday ceti
lng, August 31st, nt 7:30 p in , u joint
entertainment will bo glcn by the
ladles of tho Order of tho latstern
Star, In honor of ltobert Morris' birth
day. Members of l.oalil Chapter No 2,
Aloha Chapter No. 3, Harmony
Chnitcr Nn. 4, and lsltlug iiiembcrs
of the (I i: S. uro cordially hulled
to nt tend
The eiso of Antonio A, Long
(.gainst John P. Colbtirn was again
i,)i for healing this morning. Assist
nut United Stales District Attorney
V. T. Rawlins was examined and
BiihKenns were also served on Ad-
i Ian M Keolio Mis. .Icsso Kano and
Chris .1. Willis. The latter Is to bring
with Iilin a map, made b him of the
laud of the eslalo of (ho lato Chas.
Iiug at Maun i.
HON. CON. OIL,
Nowb of a big gusher brought In
by the Honolulu Consolidated Oil
company In section 31 of tho Califor
nia Holds was leeched this morning
In a cablegram to I'.. I). Tenner, of
Castlo & Cooku. Tho cablegram
"Well No. 10, secllon 31, enno In
Satiinluy the 'Jilth, Honing it t tho rate
ot 1,0'M) hirrels dally Incn'aseil to
l,Sr0 barrels on Sunday, SOT, on Moil
day, 10,0011 liuiels on Tuesday, still
Tho iciHiit of tho new well luid Us
Immediate efftct on tho oil stock
.illo.it lieie. Yesterday tho Hlock was
held about $1.20. it ndwuiccd to
1 -.r uiKin receipt of tho lions ami
gives ovhlcncq of going higher.
Saturday, September tho second
m.iiltH Hie oiienlng of tho Maiy Ann
Itoiiuct Shop. Miss Atkinson, of tho
llrni of Atkinson A Heady, returned
a Hlioit (lino ago from a business trip
lo the east for designs. She has suc
ceeded In gtttlng a beautiful linn of
thu latost creations, Tho linn of At
klnson & Heady uro familiar with ev
ery detail of tho mlllineiy business.
Ibey extend a cordial invitation to
tlin ladlcH of Honolulu to attend tho
formal opening on Saturday,
CHINAMEN ALLEGED TO
HAVE BROUGHT TROUBLE
Kluilrn Johnson Is iiHMug tr.OOO us
ilaihngts ullegfd lo ho enlist d by Chop
Leong mid Chung lllu.
Ho nllrgts that deft ndiints on March
27, lull, mid on othir ihi)S between
thru and tlio piisent iln with foue
-iikI turns broKo mid entered u certain
tloso of the plahitirf'K In Honolulu and
broke down mill dentin) cd the banks
of i certulu pond, cnuslug the water to
ini ape Aiul-thnt thin' mid them tlu
i Jilted iiuil expelled plaintiff from thu
pisemlon, ne, o eupatlon tind tnjoy-
meiit of Die closrt
The ciiBo was (lied In tlio Cltcult
Court thin mornliiK through her ut
toincj, i.orilu Alii'rens,
Your Trunks will be properly C7 A I Tf
If placed in our care OMrlEV
We give our personal attention
City Transfer Co.
Jas. H. Love
Training Ship at the Coast,
Tho old Dtlltsli ship Hartford, Cap
tain J, i:. Mncl)ouiilil, which arrived
lieie fiom Newcastle, Australia, mini
combines with Its function as a
Height carrier that of a schoolslilp
for the training of (inkers for thoi
merchant niailno sa the S. I CIuxi-l
nlcle. Tho Dart ford brought 1.751
tons of coul to J. .1. Mooro and com
pany, tu tho old windjammer's halt
deck nto housed 35 cadets who arc"
being trained for tho service of tho
Union Steamship compiny of New
Zealand. According lo llrltlsh Ideas
seamanship Is ctlll a quality to be de
si red even In steamship officers and
the vvliuljanitnir Is acknowledged In
bo tho best school for Imparling tho
necessarr liistttictlou and giving tho
necessarj excellence. On the Pait
ford Iho cadets lomblno a com so !n
seamanship with Instruction In uavl
gallon, signaling, commercl il law and
nil tho oilier accompllshiiiKiits nun.
endow mollis that go to make a mer
chant niailno ofllccr. Tlio Hartford
carries a 'full crew In addition to tho
On tlio vojago over the Dart foul
mado a call at'ltaialmign to laud third
ofllcer Juntos: It. Thompson who win
in need of medical rare. Thompson
ai rived hero tho other tiny on Hi"
sleamor Aotangl and jesterday 10
jolued his ship. ISirly In Hie vovng"
.1, McDonald, the shli's steward, dc
vclojcd Binilonis of incntal liou
hles. Ho was relieved from duly and
kept under stitvolllanco for tho rest
of Iho vcongc.
Honolulan Here On Saturday Morn.
Tho Matson Navigation steamer
Honolulan will como lo this port first
and then rail nt Kalitilul and Hllo
lor Iho dlithaigo of a iiortlon of tlio
general cargo fioni San rranelbco.
A wireless rerclvod nt tho local
agency or Casllo and Cooko Is to Iho
effect tlutt ho Honolulan fnun the
coast Is duo to arrlvo hero on Satur
day morning and will berth ut llnck
I'or Honolulu Hicro uro 3fi rablu
passengers and 01 Ions general ciu'n,
231 saik or tutor mainland mall and
Tor Knhnlill thcie Is cargo to tho
amount if 211 tons for dlscliaige
while Iho groitcr bulk or tho Height,
aniounllng In I S0 tons will bo left at
Hllo. The Honoluhin Is bringing tho
cargo which would lmvo been taken
by the Hnterprlso had that vestd
been ready for soivlco.
Would Refloat Empress of China.
An attempt to iclloat tho wrecked
steamship Hmpiess of China which
'has gone aslnuo within forty Millet,
of Yokohama Is said stands every
chance o( meeting with" success tic
conllng to later advices received
through Jnpaneso files.
Mr. W. T. Pii nc, tho fionernl Agent
of the C. P. H. for Jup.iu and China,
with Mr. Hlchaiilson, tlio Siiporlntuo
dent Hnglnccr ut Hongkong, proceed
ed lo Shliahnnin to Inspect the work
pipiccdlng on tho Hmpicss of Chilli,
Mr, Pnjno, who icliiiiiod to Yoko
hama lepculs that iuk Is going on
sallsfucloiily, scvoial holds having
hoeu piiniied out, and If lino weather
W.C. Peacock Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
.( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Murhm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
continues tin attempt will ho mndo
lo refloat the vessel within tho next
two or thrco tlajs.
The bullion taken out from the ves
sel was sent roivviuil to Hongkong
by Iho N. Y. K. steamer o Mam, on
which slcamer the steerage passen
gers weto also sent to Hongkong.
The Clilncso passengers havo cx
piossed themselves as extremely
pleased with tho treatment accorded
them by tho Company timing their
stay In Yokohama.
All tho r.iitopeau members of tho
crew of Iho duplets of Chlnu, twen-t-ono
In lunula. r, left Yokohama hv
the Hinpicss of lap.in for Vancouver,
fullest icHiils from Shlrnhama
ttato that the salvago of cargo on
tho Kmprcss of China was Interrupt
ed b Iho storm.v wcalhcr, hut the
two largo tugs of tho Mllsul IliiHsau
Knlsha nero slniiilliig hj rend) to
resume oieintlous as hihiii as the
storm abated. "I lie vessel Is reporl
i d as not being .damaged by tho
Shipping at Island Ports.
Tho Amcilcaii schooners Horenlls
and McIiobo were discharging linn
her at Hllo at tho time of departure
of the Inter-Island slcamer Claudlne
fioni Hllo accoidliig to reiKiit of Pur
ser Kihllug. At Knlitilul the Carrier
Dove was discharging general cargo
and supplies while at liana tho
tchoiiner Hoiiolpti was passed. Tho
Malbon Navigation steamer Hllonlau
had completed diking on sugar and
a quantity of empty gasoline drums
nt Ililo on last Monday. Tho Clan
dine relumed lo Honolulu this ;norie
lug with olio of tho largest lists of
cabin passenger carried In ninny
months. The ft eight list Included 30
cords wood, 15 crates chickens, u
quantity of empties, ulro lioiscs, cons,
hogs and l'is packages sundries. A
considerable aiiiouut of scrap iron
was bioiiglit fioni Mnul ports,
Pines Till Lurllne Hold.
An iiiiusiiiiII) largo shipincnt of
piesVrveil pineapples was taken as a
pait of the eaigo fonvntilcd to the
mainland In the Miilson Navigation
steamer l.tirllno sailing for Sun
I'lniieiKfci at six o'clock last evening.
Tho Ian lino was also supplied with
2100 Ions hiigur, about tlirt thous
and bunches bananas, two thousand
sacks ilco and a quantity of sundries
Inc lulling honey and hides. Tho Lur
llne departed from Hurkfeld wharf
with foity-flvo passengers In tho cab
In and a doen In tlio stcciagc. Tlio
mall dispatched by this vessel should
rench tho coast on or about Tuesday,
Sparks from the Wireless.
M. N, S, S. Honolulan, en route
Sail I i:i iuIhco to Islands, S p. m,
Aug 2D. lino, miles off; northeast
winds: sea modciato; will tiirlvo
baliiiibiy morning; 3fi passengers;
231 bags mall; all well
S. S. Siiutu Marin, en icitito Port
Man j.ius to Honolulu, s p. ni , 291
P. M, S S. Korea, ell roulo Yoko-
llama tn Honolulu, 8 p. m, 855 miles
off; will in i ho Fildny morning 8
i) clock; nil well,
P. M. S 8. Mongolia, en routtn llt-
I'll si quarter ot the moon Aug. 30.
Tlmo not staled In tables.
noliilu to Yokohama, 8 p. Ml. 114
miles out; all well.
No Freight Received on Monday.
Mmidiiv will huobncivcil as a holldav
bv Iho Intcr-lslnud Steam Nnvlgatlo.i
Company and no frclijht for the Ma
nna Ken, Manna !,oa, Klnau or Ml
hnhnln will be) received, ut the
wharvetj on that tlay. Shipments for
these steamers are requested on Sat
urday, to Insula prompt attention.
While Labor Day will bo observed,
there will follow no change In ex
isting steamer schedules and all ves
sels will depart for ports of call on
Honolulan Report. I
Tho following wireless messago has
been received by thu ngents from tho
S. S. Hoiiolulan, bound for Honolulu:
S. S. Honolulnn, 8 p. ni , Aug. 29.
30 passengers for Honolulu, 51 tons
cargo for Honolulu, 233 bags mall for
Honolulu. 1 automobile for iionoiuiu,
211 tons cargo for Kahulul, 4800 tons
cargo Tor Hllo. Will arrlvo Saturday
morning. Blilp ddeks nt tho Hackfcld
Mill will Sail for Bin llnd Ports.
Tim Ktn.mier Maul Ins been placed
on tho licitli to sail fir Jvplnjlnlclc,
l.aupaliochoo and polls ,at, ,noftn to
morrow, taking gcnoral cargo but no
Twenty.One Day Passage.
Arilvlne at Port Tonnsend ) ester-
day, tho American schooner Robert
Lowcis Is reported to havo made 'the
vojago from Honolulu In tvvcnt-oilo
It'.-i All News tc Kelly.
San Francisco vvatcrfiont tingled
with the nens that tho skipper of
tho gooel ship Andrew Welch had fig
uicd In a sensational dlvorco .pro-
ceedlng but the pi ess gave his name
us Captain A. O.'Pago. Tlio Andrew
Welch has been In Honolulu harbor
for a fortnight mid Is leaving for the
coast this afternoon with sugar bat
last ami a half doicn passengers nn
tier the guldanco of Cnptaln IMwiird
Kelly. Now Kelly Isn't Pago iintl
furthermore Kelly deposed! and Bns
lhat ho li: not married though atsonu
future duto ho may havo leanings
Hint war. .Tho San Krnnclsco Ex
iimlncr goes on to say that "It wns
tlilp captains day In Presiding Judgo
Morgan's division of the supreme
court, A. O. Page, sklppor of the
gooel ship Andrew Welch, was loser
In a ellvoice suit brought by Hulallc
Pago, who testified that her sea-faring
husband used to buffet her about
and throw her to the Moor as a ship's
mute might manhandle one of his
Ballots. Doing mndo n football for
her pilmltlvo coaled husband caused
her such great mental and phjsleal
anguish, said Mrs. Page, that sho was
cnmiielloil to seek dcfoiibCi at, tlio bar
of tho dlvorco couit." . '
Tho Audrovv Welch Is htjro and
there Is nn alleged iiiaiihiimlllng Pngo
troddlng hor quarter tlcck. Kelly alls
on the lid and Is attempting to do
It singlo banded and alono. It's eith
er another Andrew Welch or olso a
wiong guess upon the part of tho
Supply Vessel .Goes Ashore.
SBATTI.I;, August 21. A messago
recqiveil by tho local office of thu
United States Iltucati or ttlucatlnii
from the ncent hi Nome. Ahmku. mi
that thogasollno schooner P. S. lled
flold of San Francisco, which left So-
iuiio last j uno with COO tons of win
ter supplies for tho fioveruiiicnt
scnoois in Northwestern Alaska, 1
ashoro nt Capo Prince of Wales I
Tho cablegram snhl Unit b rn
enno cutter Hear had gouo to ah) tho
iieiinoiii. and If necessary transroi
tllO SlinplltS. Which urn fr II, .,.
lions tm,tho Aictlc ocean, extending
fYr,t, .,.. ul . ... .
..,.. i,u iniico ot vviues to Point
Harrow, tlio most nmtbnilv .,i i..
Alaska. In nddltlon to cargo ror tlio
w.. vi mount, mo Hcdllcld also car
red supplies for tho EpTacopal mis
tlon at Point Hope.
REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered fop Record Auauit 29. 1911.
John K Uliauun mid wf to James
IC Kuli i,
jonti T MeOtow to Hlchnrd It
Trent' ,j M
C W Hplts to Thomas Onokcn ltd
C It Helm to m, Hnnitn-Young
J Alfred M.ifioon and wf to Loo
Hank of Huwitll Uil t0 Tr of Leo
Clunk Bum j,
lao Chin k Sum by tr tn Leo Cln'i ' n
John P HoHr tq Knneoho Hlco
Mill Co Ltd .,, ,,, (- h
nu I lot In KdKorlnl Boom l'linnr
2185. II n lie tin Iluslncss Offlce
Tuesday, Aug. 29.
Snn l'luticiitco Lurllno, M. N, S.
S,, B p. m.
Kiual ports Klnau, stmr., 5 p. m,
(Maul, Mololinl and L.inal mrtj
Mlkahala, stmr., 6 p. in.
San Francisco Andrew Welch, Am.
hit, 3:30 p. m. '
I PA8ENQIRS ARRIVED I
Per stmr. Claudlne, from linwall
and Mnul ports, Aug. 30. Mrs. So
iircs, Mrs Cheatham, C. A. Dojle, J.
Spauldlng, K. Christiansen, W. Mend,
1. V. Maurice, Mrs. C. A. Drummcind,
Mrs. S. Kttlann, Paul Ako, II. E. Sav
age. Mrs. Savatrc. .1. Garcia. Mlsa N.'.
Ilallcy, Mlss P. Ilnlley, B. II. Paris,
Mrs. Paris. Mrs. Ii II. Hnrt, Miss M
Hint, Miss (1. Hart, Mis. It. 3. (11111-
land, Miss Ollllland, Mrs. O. Ordwuy,
hov. r. A. Tnjlor. Mrs. Taylor, Win,
lliirlimnn, I), O. Thnjcr, Miss Coc-
kctt. Miss 'Worthlngton, Mr. J. I!
Whltford, Mrs. Mnnasc, W. l Poguo,
Chas. Poguc, Henry Poguo, Capt.
Puck, Major Willis, Lieut. Vcnron,
Mrs. A. Frcltas, Miss V. Decker, Hov,
Santos, AH Ten, C. 11. Hrown, Hov,
A. A. Hucrsolc, Mrs, HhcrsOlc, M. S,
Dcionte, N. Mcilelros, Mrs. C. ilu-
hi'c, Miss 0. Utichannn, K. Sumiirn,
II. Howell, P. nattman, Thos. Coc
kctt.t Mrs. 11. T. Sheldon, Hov. Knpti
U K, Fernandez and 49 deck. - ,
Per stmr. W. 0. Hall, from Konn
and Kntt ports, Aug. 30 Rev. W. K,
,1'otwlne, Mrs. O. laid I off, Iwamoto,
Aug. Ilnmlto" W. Qchrlng, Mntsuda.
PA88ENQER3 DEPARTED. j
Per M. N. 8. S, Lurllno, for San
Francisco, Aug. 29. Mrs. S. A. nadg-
or, Mrs. W. II. Hanlon, Mrs. CurtsJ
Dr. II. I). Ronel, Mrs. 11. D. llonel, Mr.
Llpplncott, Mrs. I.lpplneolt, Miss Ma
rlon Austin, Miss Allco Dond, Miss It
P. Hoppln, Mr, Nichols, Mr. Franklin,
It. n. Hitchcock, Jr., II. V. Lopez, Dr.
Peters, C. Tonnsend, Mrs. C. Town
send, A. 8chnecr, It, K. I.cland, Rov,
nidcr. Miss Hva IL Schnftcr, U K.
McOaffey, Mrs. U K. McOaffey, Miss
J. C. McCarthy, Miss H. McCarthy
Miss Ooodhuo, Miss .1. M. Frascr, Dr.
P. S. Ooodhtie, Mrs. B. S. doodline,
Mr. Dnstwlck, Oco. Jnmlcson, W. L.
Williams. Alfred Young,
Per stmr. Klnau, for teaual ports,
Aug. 29. Mrs. Mahlkoa, Paul Iscn-
borg, C. A. Itlce, Miss U. Soper, Mrs,
J. II. Super, Mrs. It. llamll, Mrs J,
W. AbcIi. L. T. Peck, Mrs. Peck, Mrs.
A. laicko, N. Peck, Miss C, Stewart.
Per Am. bk. Androvv, Welch, for
San rrnnclsco, Aug. 29. Mrs. A. L,
Mticnuhiy, Mrs. P. Wnldnm and
children, Miss llettcncourt, -S. Decker
and Q. S. Schncfcr,
Dlx at Seattle, out ot commission.
Logan, from Honolulu, for San Fran
elbco, arrived Mny 12.
Sheridan, from Honolulu for Manila,
Shormnn, sailed from Manila, Aug. 14.
Crook, arrived S. P. Apr. 13.
Hiifoi-d, sailed from Honolulu for San
Pranclse!o, arrived Aug. 1C.
Wnrren Stationed at tho Phlllpplnoi
Thomas at San Francisco under re
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Wednesday, Aug. 30.
POItT TOWNSHND Ai rived, Aug.
28: Schr. Mary K. Foster, hence
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Aug. 29
Ilk. IL P. Illtbcl, from Mnhiikoin,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed. Aug. 29:
S. S. Alaskan, for, Seattle.
HILO Airlvfel, Aug." 28: Schr. Mol-
roe, 27 days from Clras Hnrbor.
IHLO Sailed, Aug. 27: Schr. Ai P.
Cotls, for Port Townsend.
8YDNBY Sailed, Aug. 30: S. 8. Ma
kura, for Auckland and Honolulu
SAL1NA CRUZ Sailed. Aug. 27: S,
S. Ailzoimn, for San Francisco via
SAN FRANCISCO ailed? 1 p. ni,
Aug. 30: s. S. Wllticlmlna, for Ilo
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Aug. 30,
1 p. in.: S. -S. America Muni, for
,IloiouMi. i ( .. 5
HEMENWAY LEFT TODAY;
Oovornor Fiear has received a ca
ble stating that the money for tho
Territorial bond Issue Is all paid lu
and on Its war horo.
Tho cablo also Btntcs that Charlos
R. Hemenvvnr leaves for Honolulu
this morning and not TiopBiiicr Conk
ling, as was stated lu tho morning
pnpor. Tho Governor said that ho
does not know when Mr. Conkllng
will return but ho expects him back
at nn earlr elate.
When the Amcrlcan-Chlnesn Ship
ping Company, which organized re
cently, Inaugurates Its servlco be
tween tho Ptielflc Coast and tho Ori
ent, the new tteamcr Roboit Dollar,
Just completed In Kurnpc, will pixib
ably bo tho hist vessel In tho lino.
Thu Itohort Dollar will heenmo a
moiniior of th0 well known fleet of
"Dollnr" steamers which have opor
Rted out of San Fiaiiclsco for many
onrs. She sailed ftom Antwerp Au
gust 1, The vessel Is the most mod
ern tpo of ficlghtoi and Is or 3100
(Continued from Pag I)
lot ntnl commenced cutting,, the tree".
Atr. Wilcox then nppenred and tried to
stop further cultlnir, but flnu'W IJuso
Icsh, warrants Wore Issued against them
for malicious Injury.
The case came up In the- Walluktl
Hslrlct Court this morning The comi
ty was represented by District Prose
cutor W. P. Crockett. The defendants
were unrepresented, but Mr. Cockctt
nulled court to continue the, ease until
next Monday hi order Hint ho may
eoinmunlcuto with his company man
agers In Honolulu A. M, Hrown Is ex-
peeled bete ut the end of this week to
personally handle tho defenso ot his
Mr,' Cockctt Is out on his own rec
ognizance, whllo, the four Japanese
vvcro liberated on furnishing ball of
1100 each, This ease Is watched with
Interest by the new homesteaders,
pome of whom took the lots under tho
rlght-of-purchnso system expecting to
make something nut of the wood now
growing on the lots Tho Cornwell
Itunch leuso with the government will
expire November 1, 1011, but under tho
law the homesteaders ciimo Into lmiiio
dlatu poxscssloii of the lands as soon
as they paid tho required fees for their
lots, Mr. Cockctt claims that as their
Icaso will not expire for another two
months jet, they have n perfect right
to cut tho wood until then. Hut tho
homesteaders, on the other hand, claim
that as they nero assured by, tho land
commissioners thnt the valuation of
tIB, $25 mill $10 per acre was bnsed
on the iimount of the wood on the lots,
they naturally tlnlni that tho wood be
came their roperly the moment they
be came the owners of said lots.
The law courts are being sought by
tho claimant" becuisc of a mix-up In
the manner of opening up theso lands
tn homesteader on Ing to someone's
BANKS MAY CUT
Ittilucllnn In the rate of Interest on
savings bank deposits Is being serl
oualj considered by. loon I bunkers, and
tho trend of sentiment among them
seems to be favorable, to a reduction
H om four and ore-half to four per
White- no action has been taken ns
et, aiiiiniiiieements of the reductions
may bo cxpecteel shortly, said a prom
inent banker this morning. It Is Hint
ed that the Institutions can not afford
In continue the present rule In view of
the llnanclnl eondlllons now prevail
ing .Money has been mndo "easy,"
which mean t that tho lutnka are will
ing to lend It nt a Ion- rate of Inter
est, so that the bankers sec tho ne
cessity of ill creasing tho rate of In
terest Ihcj pay on savings hank do
posits. It Is prnhablo that various bank dl- 4,
rectoratcs will akc up tho matter
There will bo u meeting of the har
bor commissioners In tho Senate
chamber this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Among the other business to bo
brought up for consideration Is tho
plnn for the new Klnau wharf. The
fpeelllcutlons wilt bo gono over mid
the approval of the board grunted for
such Items ns meet with Its approval
Thu Inter-Island Hteiim Navigation
Company has boon indeed to send In Its
Ideas us to tho superstructure and
lhes6 will In ull probability bo beforo
the board nlso.
i Home notion may bo taken In con
nection with the proposed regulations,
and tho .suggestions of the Chamber
of Commerce und tho Mtrchants' Asso
ciation will bo taken Into cousldcrii-
"f!M i l v ' f
Temperatures 6 a. m , 77; 8 a. m ,
8,0; 10 n. in, 80; noon, 81; morning
minimum, 74. . . j
llnroineter, 8 a. in , 29 93; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m , 6 998 grains per
cubic foot; lolatlvo humidity, 8 a. ni ,
64 per cent; clow point, 8 n. m, 67.
Wind 6 a. in , velocity 5, direction
N.; 8 a, m , voloclty 6, direction N. E ;
10 a. m, velocity 11, direction N, K.;
noon, voloclty 14, direction N. li
Hiilnfall during 24 hours ended 8
n. in , trace.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 226 miles.
Drought Lnnibtr For Honolulu.
The American schooner W, J. Pnt
terson, thirty-one days from Aberdeen,
Is nn nrrlvnl nt the port with 510,000
fiet lumber consigned to lowers &
Cooke. Captain Lancaster reports nn
uneventful voyngo, delnjed through