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CVENINQ BULLETIN, -HONOLULU, T.'H, THUR3DAY, AUG. 31, 1911.
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Honolulu Thlnl Id grce.
Honolulu Chapter Murk
Aloha T niello Itcgulnr.
All visiting members of tin
Order are cordially Invlttd to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
ahinc tnoiNttny 04he, aim
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, elation, cor-
AWA1IAN TRUE, No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Mteta every first and third Thurs
days ot each month ut Kulgbta of
Pytbht Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Uallj InvlliNl to attend.
W J HOIMN'HON, S.iihcm.
12 V TODD. t or It.
SOUOLULU I.QPGE, 616, B. P. 0. 1,
Honolulu Lodge No Ms, 11. P. 0.
Elks, meets Id their ball, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve
nlog. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to atteui,
d. p. it. isenberq, h. r.
Ui:0. T. KLUECIEL, Sec.
WM. McKINIET LODGE, HO." 8,
Meet eTery 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and'Tleretanla. Visit
Ing brothers cordially luvlted t at
lend. F. F. KII.nCT, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. It. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Friday at
"SO o'clock, Pjthlan Hall, corner Bere
tanla-nnd Tort streets. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
S. DECKKR. C. C.
O. HEINE, K. of R. & S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on second and fourth Wednes
day evening of each month at 7:30
o'clock. In San Antonio Holl, Vineyard
Mreet, near Emma Visiting brothers
ire Invited to nttsnd.
OKO. A DAVIS, W. P.'
WM a M'COV, Secy.
HYPNOTISTS MAKE GOOD.
It Is something unusual for a show
to make good after having n full-down
on the first night, but Ayeshu n nil
Harnett have now shown they uro thero
with tho Roods. Last night thero weie
plenty of gentlemen ready to sacrl
lice themselves to the nubile amuse
ment ami tho slum went with ;i lively
Rwlug from Btart lo Mulsh. Ayeshu
hypnotized llw men, whoso rigid
bodies vvoto then placed across the
ImckH of i IiuIi'k and uoross one an
other, lifter which ltmnett stood up
on tho topmost one. Tills deniOUBtlu
tlon was loudly uppluuded, as vvuh
Tin- comedy element whs excellent
mid i;re.itly iippuTluled by nil. Il.ir
nctt explains Hull their only desire Is
to amuse the public ami tliey ilo nut
euro whether the public Ih lonvltiicd
of the genuine of bjpnntlsm ur not
The performances ceitalnly do
iimiii-H mid there Is always toiuethliiR
now to raise a laugh. The heavloi
part of the show Is now done b Ae
Kha, who uciUlts Jiersilf rt'iuui l.:ihl
well III wbtit must, for a woman, bo
n difficult role
Tho peiToruianro'i will he continued
thiinighniit the week ami nlintild be
well Htteniled Tluuo luoiii deeply III
teiested III hypnotism as a science
can consult li.irnoU ut the Orphoiim
from It to o o'clock dally.
Eclipse Goes on the Dry Dock.
This morning H'o erstwlillo gaso
line schooner Ilpso was hauled on
tho local marine railway and tho vos.
hel will remain thorn until nil seams
are thoroughly caulked, The Eclipse
will probably bo irmly fur sea and a
resumption of the voyage lo Manila,
l'hlllpplnn Islands bv the first of the
week. Captain llellilg has hopes that
ho will retain Iho valued service of
bin fnrtner crew and ollleeis Includ
ing Chief Slownnl J. W A rtedliouso
New Company Decides Upon
Policy lor Writing Indus
The Home Insurance company held
nil Important meeting vesterdav aft
crnoou, an outcome of which was the
announcement this morning by Man
ager Zeno K. Myers that the com'
pany Is going to fenturo Industrial In
siirancc. This will take the form of
Insurance for worklugmen who can
not accumulate enough nt a time to
pa a ipiarterly or yearly premium,
and nirniiKemetits will ho made by
the new company to have an agency
plant for a svsteui of monthly pay
ments. Often tho eniplocrs pay tho
premiums, not oli In sickness, but
on accident nud health ilicles.
This form of Insurunce, with the
favorable start made by the newJ
company. Is expected to niovo ery
popular hero. The company has also
decided to write plate glass Insurance
and also marine Insurunce for regis
tered mail and small parcels, and dr
raiigements are pending by which
the company will be nble to carry
large lines of marine business by re
insuring part In other companies,
lluslness Is cunilng to tho company
along all lines now In n way, sas
Manager Mvurs that bus simply amnz'
ed the conipuii) Some big lines, as
blKh as g 10.000, hae developed, and
Iho rompanj bundles this bv c.irrv-
lir; a small amount itself and rein
surlng the kui plus with some' of Hie
other agents licic, .,
The (onipati) has nrinuged for an
advantageous lease of tho rooms
a hove Hie (litiihl cigar store on Fort
sticet and will move In tho next tew
MONEY WILL BE
City and County Auditor James
lltckticll and his stall will make lively
work of preparing many hundred
warrants for municipal road laborers
In order that they can receive their
money on Saturday.
The City und County Supervisors
arc to meet nt noon tomorrow for tho
solo purpose of passing upon labor
pay rlls. It Is tho Intention to pay off
the men on Saturday as Monday, being
Labor Day, Is a legal holiday.
This morning, all municipal officers
on the regular salary list were given
their monthly stipends. ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The matter of Esther IC. lloregs
vs. John K. Aplo to quit title has
.Michael Dillon, administrator of the
estate of the late Fred Valkos, tiled
his application for discharge In the
Circuit Court this morning.
Order to show cause us to why cer
tain land tho property of Charles und
John Johnson, minors, should not bo
sold, has been ordered by Judge V. J
The defendants In the case of Uiu
l.am vs. A. A. Whltcomb, W. C. Achl
et al for ejectment have been allow
ed until September 23 to bring In
their of exceptions.
Tvveho demurrers were (lied ye'
teiday afternoon In connection with
the "labor recruiting" cases. These
were In connection with tho cases of
Lotampo, Casteneda. Owabb and Den
tol agllnst Judge William I.. Whitney
The appeal of Mollln Nash against
the judgment given iigalnst her by H.
S. llooknnu, Dlsttict Magistrate of
Kwn, was tiled In the Clrclut Court
this morning. She wits lined $lb'J and
costs for selling liquor without a lic
ense. The bond of Phillip F. Frear was
filed In the circuit court this mom
lug In connection with the aiqieal
against Juilgu Robinson's verdict In
tbu ricar-ltosenbledt case. (5. E
Hush anil Marstou Campbell, nie tho
Thu Inventory In (ho esluto of the
l.ito M S rirluhuum wus filed in tbu
Clieult Com I this morning. At the
(hue of Ills death he had ri0,7,',3 hh.uos
of tlio Kiiolcl.il Sugar Co, Ltd, of a
pur value of $10 tai.li and 1)(,0 shales
of the Una plantation at par of SJu
each Tho inventory tilso sinus a
number of lots of laud and was tiled
by K i; .Slnglehurst, the ancillary ad
ministrator FLOORED JACK LONDON
HAN FRANCISCO, Cnl . Aug IC
From llurel.ii, where the uiun who looks
Tor Innihlo speedily llnds It, comes the
in us that .link London, the nuthor.
and William K. Murphy Jr., sou of a
luml'ir kliu; of N'orthirn California,
mi t In n Eureka cafe and railed to
agree Tin re was an uiKUiiieiit and
then a light anil London went down
It was not as Huiigulnary an encoun
ter as Homo of those described by I.011
doil in Ills fittloii. but It left Its Im
press on Loudon's face and on tho
mind of Eureka.
City Transfer Co. -
JAS. M. LOVE
STRATHLYON CLOSE CALL
FROM TYPHOON'S FURY
British Tramp Freighter Here With Sulphur and General Car
goOn Portland-Asiatic Run Maui Takes Regulars for
Hawaii Santa Maria In P ort With Large Consignment
of Fuel Oil.
Escuplng tho fury of n terrific ty
phoou which raged over n large area
of Japan and China coast, the llritlsb
tramp freighter Stratblyon steamed
Into tho hnrtior this morning after a
fairly pleasant Mi.vnge across tho Pa
The, fltrnthlvon was the only steam
er to leave tho Japanese ports just
before a typhoon which dovastcd n
wide area of Toklo, had spent Its
tdtength and caused damage and do
vaslatlon to u considerable, number
of craft both snlllni; and steam which
bud sought refuge from the storm at
several Asiatic irls.
Ono or ninro large vessels had he-
rnmo piled up on the bench at Yokn
hama and Kobe, as a tesiilt of the
visit of the typhoon. The Hlrathlvou
look on eleven bundled tons of sul
phur while at Hakodate, Japan. In
calling nt other Japanese ports tho
vessel was supplied with other lines
of merchandise Including matting.
rice and food-stuffs. Captain J. It.
Shaw. Is master of the vessel which
succeeded in Btcamlng out of the di
rect pathway of tho storm and while
his vessel encountered somo very
nasty weather Just after leaving port,
the remainder of the 'voyage was
characterized as delightful.
The Strath! on Is under charter
with tho Portlund and Asiatic Steam
ship Company and takes the place of
the Norwegian steamer Ryja which
somo mouths ngo was wrecked. Tho
vessel Is now laying at the Railway
wharf where the shipment of sulphur
and some Ave hundred sacks of Mnn
churlan corn is being discharged. It
is tho Intention to dispatch tho
freighter for Portland and Pacific
coast points on ur about Saturday.
In addition to jhalf Vtozcn Kviro
pcan officers the Stratblyon Is man
ned by a Chinese ciew.
Santa Maria Brought Oil.
Forty-five thousand barrels of oil
Including n large number of drums ot
distillate was Included In the ship
ment brought from tho coast this
morning In tho Union Oil Company
tanker Santa Maria. Captain Curtis,
the master of tho vessel reports that
portion of the Pacific ljlng betwoen
tho West coast and the Hawaiian Isl
ands as quiet and peaceful as a mill
pond., The Santa Maria went to the
Railway wharf before noon today to
discharge. Captain Curtis reports
that ho succeeded In eluding the com
pany of several stowaways who ap
pears to await the opiiortunlty to tra
vel from tho mainland to Hawaii In
his vessel. He carries a mimbor of
Mexicans In his crew and that may
account for the popularity that the
Santa Maria has achieved among Iho
dead broko Spanish Immigrants who
have drifted from Honolulu to the
canst and now want to retina to a
more fawned clime.
Harbor Was Deserted.
Tho dopaiture of tho Amorlcan
ichooner Hlakeley for Paget Sound
yesterday ufteruoou followed by that
of the American oil tanker J. A.
Chanslor for a time left Honolulu
harbor practically deserted of deep
sea shipping. Towards evening the
lirltisli freighter Strathljon made Its
appearance oh the port from ILoka
date, Japan, with a shipment of sul
phur, but this vessel arrived at ton
Into nn hour for entry, and was ob
liged to remain nt anchor until this
morning uwultlng prartlquc by the
I'edial quirnntino olllcerK.
Sparks from the Wlrtlecs.
M. N K H, l.uillno, en route from
Honolulu to San Fianclsen, 9:UU p.
m, Aug. HO .TO inltcH out; moderate
N i;, wind and sen; all well
M N H S. Ilonnliihin, en routn San
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
f el. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
s I ?
t - ', Phone 1281
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Francisco to Honolulu, 8 p. m. 820
mites from Honolulu; moderate trade
winds; smooth sen; rainy; all well.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, en route Ho
nolulu to Yokohama, 8 p. m. 7711
miles out; all well.
P. At. 8. 8. Korea, en route Yoko
hama to Honolulu 8 p m. R10 miles
off; strong breeze; all well.
U, S. A. T. Sherman, en route 'Ma
nila' nnd Nagasaki to )lfmoliilu, g
p. m. 108G tulles' out; all well.
Korea Here In 'the Morning.
It Is expected that the Pacific Mall
liner Koi'ea wllh seven hundred tons
OrJeutal freight for Honolulu will b
off the s)rt cm or about eight o'clock
tomorrow morning and this vessel
rhould bo alongsldo Ataken wharf by
ten o'clock. The Koieu Is on the
boards for an early dispatch to San
Francisco It being the present In
tention that Iho vessel depart for tho
coast nt live o'clock that afternoon.
A late wireless from the Koiea was
to tho effect Hint the liner was G10
miles oft the port at eight o'clock
last night; meeting with strong breeze.
Thclo Is' room for ono hundred cab
in nnssengers from this port.
Another New Oil Tanker.
Another largo oil tank steamer la
being built for the Onion OH Com
pany o California. 8ne will be de
livered early In 1912. Recently the
company purchased the'' Oleum, which
Is being used to transport oil to vari
ous places, along the Coast, and when
tho new ntcnmer Is 'completed the
compduywlll have a fleet of fourteen
large 'vessels. Tho vessel Is being
constructed by Swan, Hunter & Wig
ham, English shipbuilders and engi
neers, In the IWooIls-End shipyard on
the Tyne. She will have a tank
capacity of 93.000 gallons, and will
require a crew of twcnty-flvo sea
inon. Company Branches Out.
The Standard American Dredging
Company who hold contracts for work
In and about Honolulu are branching
out and but recently have acquired
large additions to their already ex
tensive equipment. One of the big
gest dredging combinations In tho
hlstoty of the Pacific Coast will bo
formed as a result of negotiations
that have been practically closed,
Tho deal Involves the purchase, of all
the dredgers and contracts of the
North Ameilcau Dredging Company
of Nevada by the Standard Ameri
can Pledging Company of San Fran
Pasting of the America Maru.
Tho fast Japanese liner America
Maru, which Is due to arrive here
from Saq Francisco on next Tuesday
will probably not be seen heie for
some time to come following tho pre
sent visit. The America Maru has
been sold to tho Osaka Shosen Knl
shn nnd the vessel is to be put Into
the trado botweeu Kobe Jind For
moBa, probably extending Its run to
Hongkong. The ship Is nn eighteen
kuntter und Its presence In this trade
plainly indicates to what extent the
trade between "the Island of Formosa
and Japan proper has developed.
A Mad and Merry Day at the Cut
A husky ghost ntalked through the
corridors of the customs house today.
It wnH the maddest and merriest of
(lavs, In" that Undo Sam authorized
the payment of tho monthly and
princely stipends to his Blxty or more
vnung men who look after thu busi
ness of thu treasury dopartment here
I'ay day ut the customs bouse Is ever
an eujnynblo event, Its coming Is
not oxactly regulated by the moon
TIDESSUN AND MOON
E e s c c ITT f
Dele PS s f CS a' ' s I
Aug. sin pm. Am p m
3 CM U e.o 0 1! I JO M.1 CI. 140
59 1 1.1 0.V 0 41 JSJ &.-H 8.11 10 19
SI BOO ,( l.H R.I4 ft.), 0 u
II 10. 14 'ti 6 41 MSllUTfl
I 11.3.1 15 ' 44 ell
It 11 1.1 II.'jO 3.4V !W 6 41 0.11 0.J4
!l , I IK) 1.7 4 IW M, f-4.1 MO ,1.11
First quarter of the moon Aug. 30.
Time not Mated In tables.
or the stars, but this time the) nay
eneck was forthcoming nt tho ap
Nearing the Islands.
The Drltlsh freighter Crown of
Castile, one of several chartered
steamers operated on n run between
the United Kingdom, tho Continent.
Honolulu and tho West coast of the
United States Is forty-seven days out
from Uverpool nnd should arrive
hero along the middle part of Sep
tember, according to the calculations
of Fred. I.. Wnldron, the local rep
rescntative ror the line. The Crown
of Castile Is bringing out a general
cargo for the Islands. It la reported
Ihnt the vessel passed Magellan
Straits on Aug. 20th.
Lynch TakM Blrtn in Chanslor.
Charles Lynch, assistant engineer
In the Mnuna Kea accepted tho offer
to go as chief engineer In tho Ame
rican oil tanker J. A. Chanslor, to
take the position rclinnulshe.i bv
Chief Moclnc, who was obliged to
undergo treatment at the Queen's
Hospital. The Chanslor sailed for thu
coast vesfcrdav afternoon, nfler hV
Ing discharged nearly fifty thousand
narrels fuel oil at this port.
Sherman Heard From.
The United Stntes Army transit
snerman from Mnnlla by the way ot
Martvelcs and Nagasaki, Is due to ar
rlVO at Honolulu on Sunilnv lifter
noon. The latest wireless received
from the troopship was to tho effect
that she wna 10X11 tnltna nrt thn .w.rt
at eight o'clock last night with all
well on board. It Is the urcsent in
tentlon to give Iho Sherman a prompt
dispatch ror the coast.
Driven Ashore, Soon a Wreck.
Officers of the Oceanic liner Marl
posa, at San Francisco, brought news
that the bark HJordls. formerly tho
Nalrnshlie, hound from Westport til
Pouapo with 1S00 tons of coal, was
driven asnore on a reef off tho isl
and on Juno 3, and within three hours
was a total wreck. The captain anil
the crew were "laved.
Joins the Silent Milorltv.
After having snllcd for over a quar
ter of n centurv. thn old American
ship Abner Coburn will spend the
remainder or ncr career as a coal
barce. Tho Coburn wnu mirnbnund
from the California Shipping Corn
lianv bv the Western Fuel Pomtiniiv
and Is at present being used as a
Militiamen to the' Volcano.
Two companies of militiamen from
Fort Shaffer to tho number of a hun
drcd or moro took passage In thn
Inter-Island steamer Mnul at noon to
dny and began a Journoy to Hawaii
which will eventually land them at
tho volcano. Disembarking at Hllo
the troopers will march to the Bhrlno
Maul Dispatched Today.
The Intcr-lsland steamer Maul was
dispatched for Koholalelo, Paanllo,
Laupaliochoe and Papaaloa shortly
after noon today taking a general
cargo Including varieties of plantn
tlon supplies. The vessel is expect
ed to soon return with sugar und n
deck load of cattle,
Navajo Repairs Completed.
Repairs to the United Stntes naval
tug NavaJoHiavo been completed and
thu staunch vcr.Rel made a short ex
cursion to sea this morning to Iry
out the machinery. The Navajo Is
now ready for work of towing from
.Honolulu to Pearl Harbor.
Hall for Kausl This Evening.
Considerable fertilizer and lumber
Is Included In tho freight list for the
steamer W. 0. Hull which is on the
boards for dispatch for Kauai polls
ut live o'clock this evening.
The Lost Is Found.
After having been given up for
lost, the American schooner Fspadn
linked al Sydney, Australia, on Au
gust 1 after a bard passage of mo
daj,s from Kverttt.
Manila Asks for British Line.
The business men of Manila are
preparing a monster petition, asking
that the Canadian-Pacific steamers
make that city a regular port of call.
Barkentlne Gleaner Sold.
The lurkcntlnn fllcanor has beon
sold lo the Austrulla llox and' Tim
ber Co, Ltd., of Sydney, Australia,
The old vessel brought $2,790.41,
Mrs. John Itcirl.o of Oreen Castle,
Pa , has bequeathed a fnrluno of n
million dollars to Ituninel Wnrd, n poor
wanderer In the West, who befriended
In r some, jcuih ago.
TWO PROVISIONS IN DILLINGHAM
llll I. LET HAWAII'S WORK lilllIN
Two provisions of .the Dillingham
naturalisation effectively prevent that
bill from hitting immigration here to
liny extent. The first Is the exclusion
of Hawaii from being affected by the
terms of the "llterncy test" regulation.
The second Is n general provision that
excludes States and Territories from
tho provisions of the regulation against
Severtil copies of the bill have been re
ceived here: The II u 1 1 o 1 1 n's Wash
ington correspondent has sent to this
poller tire full text of the bill, as .well
us comments on It by the" special Im
migration commission" and a long ex
planatlon of the Various provisions.
Tho provision of tho literacy test
rends nt. follows: " t
"Thnttthe following classes of nflens
shall be excluded from ndmlsslon Into
the United 'Stntes! . oil mnlo
nllens sixteen .years of nge or over.
Who arn physically capable of rendltig
f .: -i i
Temperatures C n. nt., 70; 8 a. m ,
80; 10 a. in, 82r nbnn', 83; morning
minimum, " ,
Barometer, 8 a. m , 29,95; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in, A CCS grains per cubic
foot; relntlvi humidity', 8 n. m , CI per
cent.; "dew point, 3 a. m,6S. '
Wind C .1 in, velocity '0, direction
U; 8 a. m . velocity C, direction NE ;
10 n, in., velocity Ml, direction NK ;
noon, Velocity 11, direction Nil
( Rainfall during ?4 hours ended 8 n.
in , truce. Total wind .movement dur
ing '24 hourj ended at noon, 17C miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U 8 Weather Bureau.
Wednesday, Aug. 30.
drays Harlwr W. J. Patterson,
Am. schr., p. in. -
Thursday, Aug. 31.
Japan ports Stratblyon, Dr. stmr,
Wednesday, Aug. 30,
Port San Luis J. A. Chanslor, Am.
stmr., p. m.
Grays Harbor Rlakeloy, Am. schr.,
4 p. m.
Hawaii Kirka Wallclo, stmr., p. m.
Thursday, Aug! 31.
Hawaii porta Maul,, stmr., noon.
Malls are durrom Uia followlas
points as follows:
San Francisco Honolulan,' 'Sept. 2. -Yokohama
Korea, Sept. 1,
Colonies Makurn, Sept. 12.
Victoria Marama,' Sept 13
, Malls will depart for the followtns
points as follows:
Yokohama America Maru, Sept, 5.
Vancouver-Makurn, Sept. 12.
San Francisco Korea, Sept. l.
Sydney Marama, Sept. 13.
Dlx at Seattle out of commission.
Logan, from Honolulu, for San Fran
cisco, arrived May .12.
Sheridan, from Honolulu for Manila,
Sherman, Balled from Manila, Aug. 14.
Crook, arrived S. F. Apr. 13.
liuford, sailed from Honolulu for 8n
Francisco, arrived Aug. IC.
Warren Stationed at the Philippine,!
Thomas at San Francisco under re
pairs 4 4
IN FOREIGN PORTS. I
Thursday, Aug. 31.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Aug. 31: 8. S.
Shunyo Mnru, fur Honolulu (late
will arrive In Honolulu about Se
PORT TOWNSKND-Arrlvod, Aug.
31: Ilk. Albert, from Kallua.
U. S. A. T. Shorman, will probably
an ho from Manila, Sunday.
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WILL NOW BE TWO PATROLS
, OF y.iM.,C.A., SCOUTS
8cout Master Paul Super Is slatt
ing another patiol of the Hoy Scouts
Satmday next owing to the largo
number of applications for enrollment
Ibtii he has received.
The Hoy Scout department his been
disbanded during tho summer but
now It Is in stint again and recently
he called for twelve members to form
a patrol, but 'six over this number
applied so ho decided to Btait a fresh
patrol going. .
They will L known im the Owl
troops, number ono and two' and next
week will assemble on tho roof of
the Y, M. C. building and learn to
hoot in the proper 'way. They will
probably tako a hike this Saturday
and do some scouting nnd then uftor
that they will got on with all usual
stunts that are done by the boys.
MRS. J. W. MASON, who resides
in Hllo, will depart for tho Coast on
COLONIH. RAKER Is ugalli at
home at Hllo after spending a pleas
ant vacation In Kobnla and llama-kua,
and writing, but who are unable Kir
read and write In some language or
dialect, such aliens to be tested In this
regard In accordance with methods and
rules to be prescribed by tho secretary
of commerce and labor, but on admis
sible alien may bring In or send for
bis fnther or grandfather over fifty
live years of age, oj-'a son not over
eighteen years of age, otherwise ad
missible, whether snld father or grand
father or son ure nble to 're'ad and
write or not. This provision, however,
shall not npply lo citizens of Canada,
Newfoundland, Cuba, the Bermudas or
'Mexico, nor to alien residents of ton
tlnehtnl United Stntes returning from
foreign contiguous territory niter a
temporary sojourn therein, nor to
nllens In continuous transit through
me united states, nor to the Inhab
itants of the Phlllnnlnn tulnrwl. riii'mn
j Porto Rfco or Hawaii, except as here-
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Filings of documents In the Supreme
and Circuit courts up to noon today
pre given below. '
The lettsrs shown after the time of
filing are used for Indexing purposes
and mean as follows: 4d,' divorce.; E.,
equity; L, law; and IV probate. The
figures are also for reference'.
August 'JO, 1911.
10:3ft n. in H86. Von Hamm-Young
Co. vs. Mrs. W. Welch. Brief of plain
CIRCUIT COURT. '
August 30, 1911.
10:35 a. m. II 1746. Long vs. Col
burn Subpoena icturned.
10:35 u. m. D. 431B. Chanes vs.
L'hunes. Complaint and summons.
11:30 n.' in. P. 4389. nslato of
Mnry Mist. Inventory.
S li. m. L." 7404. Apana vs. Roentt.
t'ouipbilnt. Ilxhlblt A nnd summons re
turned. lltf.O n. m P. 4327. Guardianship
Charles Johnson et nl. minors. Peti
tion tu sell leal estate. ,
3 p,' in. 7104. Wnll vs. Focke. Stip
ulation, ( ' " i '
.1 p. m. L. 7320. Locompa vs.
Whitney. Threo duiiurrers.
.3i., m. h.f 7321 t Casteneda vs.
W'hltnej-. Three demurrers.
3 p. m. L.J 7322.1 Owabb vs. Whit
ney. Three demurrers.
3 p. m L. Dcnsol vs. Whitney.
Threo demuifers. '
August .11. 1911.
8:20 n. m. P. 4.127. In re Johnson
et nl. minors. Order to show cause.
8:25 n. m. P. 440C. Re estate Fred '
Vnlcos, deceased. Petition for' dls
9:10 n. in. D. 43B5. Anderson vs.
Anderson. Decree of divorce.
9:08 n. in. L. 7404. W. O. Smith et
ul. vs. Mule Mnhu vv). Complaint Is-ftl;
sued same nnd summons.
9:16 ii, in. U 7405. Julia Macy vs.
Peterson. Coimdnlnt Issued unmn nil
9:21 a. m. L. 740C. Irwin vs. Sul
I.oy et nl. Complaint Issued same and
9:lC n. m U 7407. Pnclflc Oil
'transportation t'o. vs. J. Miller et al.
10:65 n. m. P. 4390. Estate M. A.
11:35 n. m. D. 4357. Lincoln vs.
Lincoln. 'Bill of separation and order
to show cause.
Il:4b n. m. L. 7329. Rorires v
11140 a. m. L. 7170. Lan'Lam vs. .
11:20 a, m.E. 1738. Friar vs.'Ro
t enliled t. Complainant's bond on un
pen I 'i
POLICE COURT NOTES.
The Judicial chamber of Police
Judge Monsarrut Is getting lonesome
nowadays, thero being very1 few de
fendants brought In roi trial. In his
court loom this morning, Mel Ylm,
tho pineapple thief, who was brought
In vosterday from Wahlawa by Po
lice Officer A. McAngus, had his case
lut over until September 7. Attor-.
ncy Win. Crawford appeared for him."
Kuuila (w), charged with assault
end battery; was discharged by thu
court. Tho evidence wus so uncer-
tain that Judge Monsarrat decided In
fuvor of the discharge 6( the defend
Hu Soong, who Is alleged to have
sold opium without a license, was
lined fifty dollars and costs of court.
Tim Moon, charged with tho same
offense waived examination and was
committed to circuit court,
C. Wnldeyer, who paid no attention
to the county ordinance covering the
speed of automobiles, had bis case
continued until next week. It 'is be
lieved ho will plead guilty, when lie
appears In court again.
Following the oiling of the streets of
South Norwalk, n large number of res
idents bavo developed a dlseuso known
us "oily eye." Their eyelids turn yel
low and lashes full out.