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Wmf 3 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, 8EPT. 7, 1911. V
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B ' Is scheduled for this afternoon ut 3.30 ' ,
fj4 4r o clock.
Mi AA Pixy cash and ask for Orecn Stamps Pjv TrAnfpr V.l - - PllOtl? 1281
W s Weekly Calendar
0"j MONDAY: i -T, .
t&t.J lliimiliilii Slali d.
QftHT.f llnunliilil hiciiml lligrie.
ffl&", THURSDAY: I A llo1 pmp ,V115 prnntid Won OPlmAlirn
3K' ,' I Sulk Pul In the criminal court this jl HtllllVr K
m FRIDAY: I
l.d Uiiha n. :i-
AH (lilting nuroMtn of U
Order are cordially InvHtd.to
attend mcfllnge of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
t K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
W ttilira nf
khinc r.Numtciw otne, aiio
BENEFICIAL ?Sn?iniOlt eurtioni cor
HAWAIIAN TniDC NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meet cvirj llrot iind llilnl Tnrmlas
if e-ich montli III lY.itcrnlt Ilnll I O
O I building Uniting lirulhriB cor-
llilll Invllcd to lltttllil
.1 ItODtNSO.N Sirlicnl
i: roni) c r it
80N0LULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Inine No Kit, 13. P. 0.
Clki, meets in their hall, on King
treet, near Fort, every Friday it
aag. VInltlng llrother ore cordially
'otlted to atten-J.
n r it isi:.niji:r(i, k. n.
cno t ki.ui:gi:l, sec.
VH. McKINLEY L0DQE. HO.
K. of P.
Hu rvety 2nd and 4th Saturday
tenlng at ?:30 o'clock In IC. of I.
Hall, cor Kort and llcretanla. Visit
ing tirothtri cordially lnvlUd t at
land. f. r. Kir.iiET, c. n.
K. A. JACOItSON, K. n. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every llrst and third I'rldiy nt
7 S(' o'clock, rjllilati Hall, corner llcrc
tanl.i and l'ort vtrcctn. Vlsltlns lirotli
cra cordially lultcd to uttind.
S I)IU'Ki:tt. C. C.
o jiyiMi:, k of n a s
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F, O E.
Mrcts on setiiud und fourth AVedncs
ds rxcnliig of r.icli moiitli nt 7-30
(m lotk, In Shi Antnnln II ill, Vineyard
street, near lliniii i Visiting brothers
uro luvltid to alt-ml
ai:o a DAVis. w. P.
1VJI C M'COY, Secy.
MILTON & PARSONS
Are fthowing the
LATL0T PARISIAN EFFECTS IN
Hulel Street Oppojito Young Hotel
Handsome Panama Hats for Ladies at
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
ATTORNt-YS GATHER TO
FIGHT OUT LAND CASE
'I ho P.i Pibkiino inso was com
inched In ton Judge J. Ilnlilusiiii
esird.i Ii Is line In which tho Tir
rllnry is claiming n rtnln bind nt l.a
li.iiiia. Maul the tlllt or vvhh II Is ills
lut'il bj seviral lull rusts . Deputy At-lmiiej-Ociior.il
Atthur (1 Smith Is
looking nflci the inso for tho Tirrl
lorj, mid rungcil against him nro At-
tornejh Tliiiniimiu. Wlldci, Walsnit &
Lmiiit. J I.lRlitliHit, W O Sinlth,,
huillli, XXfineii ct iiiiurnvvay, ennui t
Wllliltihlon, Holmes, Stanley ft Olcnn
mid A 1) Uirnucli
'I lie tltlo of tbo bind runs nwny Inek
!.. ,1... I..u, . . .t..n .....1 In II. n limn
llll'l III" Hint IMIVIII ,11. .. "U .mi .....u.
or the prlv council The land tuns
ulong Iho Iiduiluit wulfrfrnnt, und Iho
'Itriltoiy Is sis-king a Torn ns title
Argmiiiuit was cnleicd Into yesterilu
lor the Territory, and several nbjm-
lions wire notul by the opposing at-
tonic-js. Somo of tho documents In the
case were admitted ns exhibits tempo-
riully, subject to motions to throw
them out ut a later stuge.
-BULLETIN AD8 PAY-
A meeting jf tho lio-tnt of health
Is scheduled for tills afternoon lit 3.30
l'ay c.iMi nnd nsk for Hreen Stamp
They're free And call at tlio bIiovv
rooms nnd see tlio new Roods.
If you wnnt n good Job dono on an
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
Carrhgo Mrg. Co . 427 Queen St.
Don't miss seeing tlio fine display
of linnd-ilvcorated Hawaiian bcciioi on
Chlnn nt tlio Curio Don, 1119 Tort St
Tuesday nnd Wednesday, Mis Tay
lor will make n sncclal shotting of
I fancy gcinnlnmn In Young building,
you are invited.
A nolle nrosso was grnntid Won
Sulk l'ul In the criminal court this
morning b .liidgo Henry H Cooper
The charge was that of assault
Sio Wo was sonleiHcd to thirteen.
months this morning by .ludgo Honrj
i: Cooper on tho criminal couit for
assault Tho scntcnco was suspend-
lll'.V CANON AUI.T Is expected
to return to Honolulu on Snttirda
He Is nt piosont In lllto.
MANAflKIl LYCUIKIUS of tho Vol
o.iuo House sailed for homo In tho
Wlllrelinin.i toil ty Ho looks for
Ulg run of touilbts during the coming
I) j: MI2TZ0BR nnd wife will ro
linn lo Hawaii on tho Clnullno to
nioiiow nflcrnexm . Rumor bus Its
Ih it ho will bid on tho next break
tlCKRir I WII.DKR Is at present
on Knn il looking up somo raro botn
O C SCOTT of tho I. I 3. N. Co,
Is pu'tliig in a couple of months in
the llllo ofllrc.
T A SIMl'bON for uonio 1 1 mo as
sistant minagci at Iho llllo hotel,
has given up that position,
MRS. AI.ICi: CA.MI'O will return to
Honolulu In tlio near future. Sho has
icslgned as housekeeper of tho llllo
Cllinr IMMIORATION INSI'HC
TOlt IllttMVN Is nt present on Ha
waii looking Into sonic business con
necled with his ofllco nnd mainly con
.1 I) MclNmtNY Is slated for Pre
sldent of the Cniintr) Club at tho nn-
lni il election next week. Mr. Alt
lnor has licen nctlvo nnd siiccess
I nl In arrnugli'g favnraldo llnnuclal
arrangoments that assure tho per-
manenco of the club.
l'llliiKs of douiiticnts In tho Supicmo
nnd t-lrnilt courts up to noon today
nro given liUmv.
Tim letters shown after tho tlmo of
tiling nro used 'f6r Indexing purposes
and mean us fMlows: D, divorce; Ji
euulty, 1 law; nnd P, probate. Tho
llguies uro also for reference.
September 0, 1911
1-20 p. m P 419S Itnte of Kel-
.c. Kxeeulors petition for allowance
of accounts, outliers, order of notice
of petition fur iillnvvnnce, affidavit of
2-10 p m D. 43G3. ronknpu Nn
nlninn s Kujl.iuln Naalcoiio Dlvorco
2.10 p in. Win. J, Lovvrlc s J. II
Cattle t al Subpoena.
2 15" i in 1, 7311. Territory s
Chun Kog Stipulation
3 10 p. m D 4187. Mnrkle vn.
Murklo Notice to set aside.
1:4J p m I 1412. Ilstate of W.
It S.-Kkwlts Hand
3:411 p. in i: 1701. Knpnl et al.
vs Mary K Itrovvn ct ill Demurrer.
6 p in K. 1791. lloilrlgues s. Cor
rca et nl Demurrer. , '
September It 1911.
i a in D 430S. Hnjasht same.
Dlvorio iloeree. '
POLICE COURT NOTES.
Tin re was niilte number of Rus
sian damsels In pollco court this morn
ing, tlin ociaslon being tho trial or u
Hiibjiit of the Oar, who had beaten
and strut k bis wife. The defendant
was Antono Tolgoslion.
AiKirdlng to tho complaint, It np
prarid that tlio dcfenilant was jealous
of his wlfo bi-cuusu she would go out
with othtis On this account ho heat
her After tho bearing of tho ovldencn
In court tills ninrnlnt Pollco Judgo
Miuunrrnt tbcliargcir tho defendant
with u riprlpininl
JIaile Niklforoff, a Ilusslin woman,
vvbii knocked down n Chinaman unciin-
scloiis on tho floor of a rooii). In a
tenement bouse on Aula lane, will lo
tiled tomorrow morning.
plaining witness was not well enough
to appear In court this morning.
flnnlnii Pecke, charged with gross
chint, and Mel Ylm. who Is held on u
i liargo of larceny, second degree, will
l,o tried tomorrow morning,
frank Tinii'ils. who used threatcnliiB
'language, will bnvo to tell bis story In
court to Judge Munsnrrat tomorrow
morning Dun Ktidm, who ussaulted
Ills filcinl while under tho Inllurnco of
lluiior, is slated lo appear in court
net Snturdav morning I
Knto. Japanese, wilt tell tlio court,
xxh lio lielil up a woman
"BULLETIN ADS PAY-
REFLOATED WITH THE TIDE
Was In Grave .Danger Until Relief Came to Hand Shunyo
Mam Making Slow Time Japanese Vessel-Here Sunday.
Sierra at the Wharf Shortl y After Six Tomorrow Morning.
The Island schooner Kn Mol, which
went aground nt K'jl'ain Ray early
jostcrday morning ami wns In gravo
danger of becoming n total wreck,
can bo refloated on high tldo .word
ing to tlio opinion of Supervisor Kbcit
P. Low, who returned from wind
ward Onliu this morning nflcr mrk
Ing a careful Inspection of tbp post
Ion of the distressed schooner, an 1
at tho samo time attending to msl-
tors pcrtRlnlng to u B.ilvngc- of thu
Supcnlsor I.OXV left Honolulu jes-'
Icrday nflcrnooii for tho scene of ills
aster. He found thu little schooner
with a shoe off Iho keel but was still
alio it In a receding tldo. Tho Kn
.Mol hns been uvviiv from Honolulu
fur ncarlj ono month and made i
trip to llllo where u largo shipment
of hard wood railway ties weic taken
aboard, destined for thu Koolau rail
war. Arriving nt Kalinna liny, tho
Kn Mol had u heavy cargo Including
a deck load of hard wood lumber ut
tho tlmo of going ashore.
Throughout ostcrduy, tho crew
under Iho direction of Cnptnln ttose
lilll, of Marcus Island fame, worked
tho shipment of lumber with tho aid
of but, ono small boa!. At the time
of arrival of Supervisor jni, tho deck
load was gone nnd n goodlj portion
of tho cargo In tho hold as well.
Tho Kn Mol met trouble on Tues
day night when with tho rising of a
strong trade tho vessel dragged her
anchors and when fliiallj brought to
ji halt xv us less Uian four bundled
lect Jrpm tho t-hore.
Tho Ka Mot Is said to rest In a
sort of cradlo of mud mid sand, and
while pounding to somo extent, tho
orpcrionce is not causing nny great
amount of dnm&go. Soundings taken
before tho departure of Mr. Low lust
evening r turned that there was but
little or no more water In the vessel
than would bo expected through tho
course of ordinary navigation.
Supervisor Iiw lookeii over Iho
needs of tho vessel nnd saw that ex
tra lines would bo required to hold
Iho schooner. He ordered n flvo Inch
cable from Knhukii, and through Iho
courtesy of Manager Polllstor of the
Koolau railway tho now lino reached
tho sceno of tumble about six o'clock
With tho henvlcr cable affixed lo
tho ship and Ha kedgo anchor it Is
I'uiieveu uiai mo scuooncr cm iiriu
no further In shoro despite the pro
valllng stump trades blowing on tho
other side of tho island ,
Tho lw steamers Mokolll and Kt
ciia which were dispatched to wind
ward isirts at noon )estorda reach
ed Knhaluu wharf this morning. Cap
tain Scott of tho Mokolll (has been
Instructed to get n lino to tho ground
ed schooner nt tho earliest possible
moment and at tho high tldo to at
tempt to hifill tho Kn Moi from hoi
present pcrlloim iiosltlon.
Two Steamer for the Coast on Wed.
Tho picscnt arrangement of steam
er 'schedules calls for tho departure
of the Matsou Navigation steamship
Wilhelmlnn an I Iho Oceanic liner Si
erne for Wednesday morning. Roth
vessels nro expected to get away at
ten, o'clock am to- ono will bo given
tho malr destined for tho mainland
Tho Wilhelmlnn Is to depart for Hilo
nt .flvo o'clock this evening Inking
sixty Cabin passengers. It Is tho
intention to supply tho Wllholmlua
with n quantity of sugar whllo at the
Hawaii port nnd nt tho samo tlmo
somo seven hundred tons Height will
bo discharged including a huge gnso
lino motor railway couch for tlio llllo
railway. Tho Wilhelmlnn will return
to Honolulu early Sunday morning, lo
complcto sugar and pineapple cargo,
W. C. Peacock & Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Amerlean.Hawallan Fatter Schedule,
The, Ainvrlcin-llnwallHii slcamshlp
line will oiirnlc freighters in tno rn
clrlo on a 'more frequent schedulo dur
ing tho sugnr senson of 1012, as was"
forecasted In the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 u, months
ago. It Is reported from the coast
that Iho present plans call for an
cloven day service on the route cn4
crlnc Sallna Cruz. Han Francisco,
PllKOt S(Mlm, ,,,., a(1 u,c Hawaiian
i.i ,,, ,, .. ,,,.., cufldcntly pre-.
illcled .that It will only bo n matlci
of time tint tho A.-ll. lino will con-,
(lcl n ,lx ,,ny BOr4Cc n tho Pacini-
to keep pico with tho rrcniicnt .11-,
ings on tho Atlantic. A now schod-'
ulc Is now under consideration at tho
genet nl offices of the company nc-,
cording to lato nilvlcoq brought dowi
hero In the Columbian.
Sierra to Dock Earlier Than Usual.
it Is tho present Intention that thu
Oceanic steamship Slcrrn dock earl
ier than usual- tomorrow morning In
that Dr. A. N. Sinclair, u medical offi
cer connected with the I'ederal quar
antine service nt this station Is num
bered among tbo ono hundred and
eighty-right pjhsengcis leturnlng In
tho popular liner. Tho Sierra will
iindMibtcdly bo given prompt prnC'
llquo before reaching Iho harbor and
In that event will not remain off the
nort to pick ut) oilier inirt pfftclnls
but coma alongside! tho Oceanic wharf,
beforo seven o'clock. The Sloira Is
bringing down 2S2B tons general car
go nnd ijH sacks of lato malnluid
Believe Hawaii it on the Route.
Hawaiian Islands nio believed on
the routo mapped nut by Iho ili.iu
ngenunt of tho Cruising Conip.ni of
Iindou which Is now reported to
liuxo secured n lengthy charter of the
lino passenger steamer Dunottar Cas
llo which! In departing from nrltlsh
island 'pdrrs with several hundred ex
cursionists is expected In nrilvo ut
Hongkong nn or about tho first of
next February. It Is hoped that tho
party will visit the Manila carnival
nnd tho II rill sli tourists will make nil
txlendcd stay nt India and wit dri
ll tie In the Indian Durbar.
Sparks from the Wireless.
S. S. Santa Maria, en routo to
Coast, S p. in. 552 miles fiom Ho
nolulu; nil well. t
P, M. 8. 8. Koica, eu unilo Ho
nolulu tq Yokohama, S p III 1,537
miles out; all welt.
O. S. S. Siena, en routo San l'ran-
cisco to Honolulu, 8 p. m. 510 miles
Alaskan Sailed from Seattle
Tho Aniorlcan-Hflwalltxn freighter
Alaskan, with transhipped New ork
cargo via Sallna Cruz, San Francisco
mid Paget Sound in reported to Imva
sailed fioin Seattle jesterday Mill
uestlnutlnn as Honolulu. Tho vessel
should nrrivo hero on or about next
Robert Snarls Brought Lumber,
The American schooner Robert
Seirls from Port Tojvnscnd arrived
at Honolulu Tuesday nftcinoon with
a consignment of lumber amounting
to 782,825 feet, consigned to tho City
Tho windjammer sailed fiom Muk
iltco on August J 9th and made a
good passage down to tho Islands.
Tenyo W? Delayed.
A Merchants' Uxchnngo cnblo stales
that tbo Japiiieso' llnor Tenjo Mam
did iint got away from San Francisco
until four o'clock yr-ilordny afternoon
linden of leaving Hint port nt an
oarllor hour. Tho Tenjo should in
rivo hero on routo to Japan and
China x)rts oij Tuesday morning.
- '' - Ws
TIDES SUN AND MOON
I OP 7 1 i !
Hiiit. pin nm.pni tm
i I II" fS ,au 01$ eoj M5 Oil 0S
5 JIO IK SS 9 0.57. &li Oil 101
6 i-f is stj oio r i r ft te d v
7 Ml IS 90X 9V MID 0.0! 4M
H 3 ( T 3131(1111 Oil 5' l OH rlc
0 I!" ti 110 1043 1000 &40 005 T IJ
--'?.- 4tl l-t IMIIOH10 4S 17 BOI t
1'iili iiioim bepteinbcr 3 nl S:!7d. in.
4- .'( ' .
Tuesday. Sept. 5,
Mukiltco Robert Scnrlcs, Am
sclir, p. in. ,
Wednesday, 8ept. 0,
Kau.it imrts W. O. Hall, stmr., n,
Hawaii la Maul ports Claudliic,
slnir., n. m.
v . ;,
Tuetday, Sept. 5,
Jap-in ports America Mnru, Jap
stmr., G p. in.
ivuuni portB Kinau.x stmr.. 5 n. m.
Maul. Molokal and IJinal ports
Mlknluilsi, stmr, 5 p. m.
Kauai isirtR Nooau, stmr., 5 p. in
Wednesday, Sept. 6.
Jlamakua ports llelone. . stmr,
noon. ' - "
Sierra May Docltiat Six O'clock.
According to expectations of (he
local agents for the Oceanic steam
ship Slorra.thnt vessel duV li rtr
rlxe from San Francisco tomorrox
morning may come1 alongside tlio
Oceanic wharf by six o'clock. Tho
piesence of Dr A, Nl Sinclair of Hie
local staff of Federal quaiantltro of
ficer on board will Insure, art earl
practiquo. A lato wireless received
from tho ivcssol announced that Cap
tain Houdlctto had slowed down from
nn liouily speed of 1G to It knots
and hoped to atrlvo off the harbor
nt dav light. J
Shunyo Maru Will Be Late.
Tho new Jupancse liner Sluinjo
Maru will not nrrivo insido Hono
lulu harbor beforo Sundnv morula!
recording to a wltcless received from
Hint vessel last evening.
The message goes on to slate' that
the liner Is cxpectod will bo off tho
pott on or nb ml ton o'clock on Sat
unlay night, but nt too Into nil hour
for being admitted to practlquc by
tho Federal quarantine authorities.
Tho brig turblner will be bi ought
In and berthed at Alnken wharf early
on Sunday morning. It Is tho pres
ent intention of Shipping Manager
Drew, of Castle nnd Crokc, to dis
patch tho vessel for Snn Francisco
nt six o'clock Sunday evening.
A reception has been planned to
which tho general public will bo In
vited which will bo held on hoard tho
new nnd palatial vessel between the
hours of two and fixe o'clock Sunday
Columbian to Sail This Evening.
The Amcrlcr.u-Hnwallaii freighter
Columbian will sail for Port Allen,
K.tbuliil and Hilo ut flvo o'clock this
evening nnd not tomorrow us ciro
neoi'sly stated In another sheet. Thu
vossel will gather up sugar for the
in.iliilnnd foi transhipment nt the
Isthmus of Tchunntepec. '
Maul Returning With Hikers.
Two (oiiipjnliH of hikers fi out (ho
Hulled Slices lumps who left for III-
wail und tho volcano souiu iIiivh ago
aio expected to return In the Inter
Island steamer Maul In nrrivo nt tho
port tomorrow morning. Tho Maul
returning with S8GC sacks sugar u:
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Thursday, Sept. 7.
VICTORIA-Sallcd, Sept. S. H. Mn-
rninn, for Honolulu.
SALINA CRUZ Arrved, Sept. 5: 8,
S. Mexican, fiom Hilo Sept. 21.
PORTLAND, Oltn Arrived, Sept. fi:
Sp Alexander Iscnbcrg, hence Aug,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, bopt. t!,4
p. m.: S. S, Tenjo Maru, for Ho-
S S. SHINYO MARlf, will arrive oft
Hiit fiom Yokohama, Saturday, 3
p. m. and dock at Alskca wharf,
Sunday morning, 7 a in., with 800
Ioiib freight, will sail for Sau Fran
cisco, 0 p m Sunday and bo open
for Inspection Sunday afternoon
fiom 2 till 5.
S. S. RinRKA, will dock at Oceanic
vvhaif about 7 u, in. toinormw.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
DR. T. FELIX fiOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAC1CAL BEAUTIFltR
3Sti Gm3fSl R(t. Tib. rimrJ
f racklM. Moth rlflir
Iluh, uid Ml 1Wkt,
ni crvrr wrniini,
in Nauly. n(iiif
ff w ri, mi
Hileil 1ot4urf It
I itrowrlr tufta
felt of in Uv
Dime. tlr. Ii. A
bvr tftld to 4
mj of til bftUb
tun (i put lent) i
"Aa ytnx IfcJtM
will un U tm.
'liuuriiuil'a llrrniii1 ft tli ItMt harmful nf til Ibl
kin irt iriun ' t r ! hy kit druciiU tnd t ney
UtHa Driiers in lit IJbliail titaiai, (Jan da ind hurop.
IUD.T.HOPUHS, Flop, 37 Gtul Junei Strut. NhThiI
j. i S- .1- t
(Continued from ran D
carrjlng out tho policy of protesting to
Washington iigulnst nsslsted Immigra
tion.' ' The iirotest Is being nmdo
through tho Longshoremen's Assocla
Hon uud Commissioner Keefo of tho
bureau of immigration. Kwallko Is be
llevcd to bo earning out McCandlcss
policy and paving tbo way for Mc
Candles!, to como forth again nnd take
u stnlid against assisted Immigration,
us bo did during tho last cnuipalgn,
He was repudiated ut tbo polls then
but seems to bo Intending to pursue
the same courso iigiiln.
McCiindless' band Is also shown In
tbo formation of tho locul labor union,
which was.orgunlrcd on Tuesday night
here, ns told exclusively by tbo II u 1 1 fi
ll n jesterda). The McCandlcss men
were very ncllvc In getting otllccrs
elected. Owing to tho fact that Kea
vvi'liaku, tbo McCiindless lletitenint
who wus running things for his crowd
tried to get Hen Dole elected president
ami was beuten, It was suppbscd by
the membirs present that Dnlo was
the McCnndlcss condldate lor the pres
idency, but It appears now that (!. K.
Knnc, who dually land-il the presl
dency. Is also n McCandlcss man. Kane
ui.'d In bo a stable Iiohs In tUo Sixth
Precinct of tho Fourth District, nnd
was one or the supporters of Johnny
Wilson, tbo Democratic road supervis
or, uftcrwurds boosted out of otllce.
Wilson nnd McCiindless, It has been
chirgt-d, nro Heel up together 111 plan
ning n road contract scheme of build
ing uji it political 'midline, and the fact
that Kiino's friends were sufficiently
strong nt the meeting to elect him to
tho leading oltlce, und that Keiiwehntiu
landed the periniment secrctnrshlp, Is
taken as evli'eneo Mint McCandlcss Is
hard at work mora than n enr before
Hip prlmarloi in la lug his lines.
Some of tho members of tho new
union hero me talking of following tho
example of the llllo organization nnd
protesting ncalust tho Territory's Im
migration policy. In fact, nil tho In
dications point unmistakably to an
other bitter nttnek by McCiindless on
labor Impoitntlon, nil attack on tho
sstcm that has built up the Territory
through the hiign- plantations.
McCandlcss and many of tbo leading
Democrats mo not working well to
gether; of that tbero Is no doubt.
Weeks ago tho II II Met In published
this, nnd It bus since been lepentcd In
other newspapers. Ho will not have
the support of such men ns Col. C. J,
McCarthy, piobnbly not the support of
i: M. Watson und other leading Ilour-
bons, but the prediction was niado this
nioriilng by a Republican veterun that
the Democratic organization needs Me-1 jib, (. ,0 i,m)i ji,, j. u0 Hcgo,
Candless- money too much to shelve jr8, (; g, Judd
him, und tint If be gets In hi work' pcr 8tuir. W. 0. Hall, for Kami
with th'e labor organizations us bo Is ports, Sept. 8. Miss Anderson. C. It.
expected to do, bo will bo a very Hunt. C O. Smith. Mrs. .1. M, Chaiu
stroug candidate! for tho Democratic bcrlaln, Mrs, Wing, Mrs. Alll, I. M.
nomination for Dilegatb to Congress. I Whltchousc, J. Duggnn, II. II. Rio-
Keawehaku Denlei Affiliation.
Although he has been nn active sup-
porter of McCundli-ss, Kruwehakit do-
i lured ji'Htcrday that bo will not sup-
port McCandlcss iMiy longer. In view
cf his actions at the meeting the night
before, this statement was surprising
o bis friends and felleiw-pMltlciniiH,
but Keiivvebaku explains his nctlv It by
t-ailng be wnsJn'tnMir of Frank Ar -
i her for president of the union und
vvimlcd lien Dolo to 'withdraw In Ar-
titer's favor. Ho doe lares uuw that ho
will oppose McCiindless.
Two Veel Reported In Distress.
Two vessels are at Montevideo In
ulstrcss, according to advices letolv
ed nt San l"Vnnelscii. ' Tho Jlritlsh
steamer ntzclarcnce. from
for San Francisco vvltli a cargo of
coal for the Nnv Yaril, nrrivcil .Inlj
21 nt tlio Sonlli Amorlcan port, hav
ing licen on fire, TliOilnmngo vvim
not rcporleil. Tlio llrltlBli ship Kirk-
cndbrlglitBliIro, chnrtercil to loa( at
Nowrnistlo, Aimtriilla. foi the Colini)-
lila Itlver, has also put Into Monte-
vlileo, roiortlng sundry Ioisfcb anil
dnmngoK unstained In lieavj vvcatlier
on tho paHhagc.
Orteric Teiti Portland Bar,
In Scptcmliet tho Ililtluli BleainHlilp
Orlerlc, oiiorntcd liy tlio Krank Wnt
erhoiiHo Company In Iho tranapiclllc
trade, will lenvo Portland for tho hc&lnrwiH In tlio Liverpool hcctlon of Nova
diavving twenty-eight (got, tho gioat
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from constipation and tho
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has bcon used succoss1
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All Druggists & Dealers
For sale by licnson, Smith &. Co,
Ltd; Chambers Drug Co, Ltd; llllo
Drug Co, uud ut ull wholesale liquor
dealers. t '
est draft nt which anj vessel ever
left down tho Wllllamctte and Colum
bia. 11 then tho river Is expected
to bo at Its lowcit stage, standing
near tbo rcn mark which will de
monstrate wlllt unmlstakablo foico
tho flno condition of thu channel.
Contract for Chlnexe Gunboat.
A contract has libcn slgheJ be
tween the Chinese (lovcrnment and
the Milan Rlshl Shipbuilding Yard.
Nagasaki, for Iho construction of n
gunlioat for Ihc Chlucso mix. Tho
keel will bo laid In Iho latter part of
Mils month. Two Chinese, are ex
lected to nrrivo at Nagasaki to sup
erintend the work.
Per stmr. Mnunn I.oa, for Komi
nnd Kau ports, Sept. 8. Mrs, Meslek,
Miss lona, Mrs. lira Stargan, Miss
Milller. Miss C. Niibonu, F. F. Iliu
tacc, wife nnd cblblicn, 8. 8. Rolph,
W. C. Parka, Miss N. Wnlhice, Mra.
Wallace, P. .1. Daniel and wife, M!hh
.1. II. Jones, .1. M. Robcits and wife-,
J. W. Osakl, fiov. Frcir, C. S. .hull.
Miss O. Klva. T. A Hrnn, ' S. C.
U'lilln A l.lmlK.iv. Mrs. J. A. Maosol.
R ,, Wrl(.ht m, . stl!wnrt und
Per stmr, Claudliic, ror Hawaii and
Maul ports, Sept. S. D H. Motrgcr,
Jtrs. Mctigcr, Miss F. V. Ilalley, Mm,
U. II. Ralley. Mrs. M. I- Simpson,
Miss C. 1 Turner, II. P. Not Inge,
Mrs. K. L. Austin, Miss M. Young,
Cntbcrlnn Choy, Fmm.i Ious, .Miss
M ), i,j0nil j18, (, i, hicn. Mifc.
Train. W. C. Crook W. F. Snillh.
Par stmr. Malum Kea, fin llllo via
vvay iwrls, Sept. 12. Miss lyiulso
Nuuknnn, S. K. Mcsiklnl, Ruth ..me.
Annie Ainanii, Miss Ixmlse II il, Miss
Lucy Perry, Miss M..Wntson, Miss II.
McCoiflstotl, Miss ltordcu. Miss Ml-
Cord. Miss Q. Lewis, C U Mng, Miss
Underbill, Mlsi Nollu, P. Sallctt, fl.
' W, It. (King, Mrs. King, C. II. Dlekc.
Mrs, Dickey, T, Osakl, S. It. Dsw-
Pcr stmr. Klnnu, for lviutl porlu,
Sept. 12 Miss D Sheldon, Miss N,
Sheldon. MIs M. Pnschcch,,U. Cluing,
0. Chnng Mr, and Mrs. (1 II. Falr
cltllil, Mrs. .1. II. Sopcr, Mrs. II Sop
cr, J. Rush Mrs, Hush, Mr. uud Mis.
Henry Dutton, Miss Stowart,
i)xlll Seattle1, out of commission.
Logan, nnlleil from San Prniiclsco,
Shciinan. snllcil from Manila, Aug. 1,
arrived Ilonoliilii. Sent. I
Sliewnii, H.illcil from Honolulu lor
Snn rriinclnco, Sept. t.
Crook, arrived S. I'. Apr. 13.
llufnril, nailed from Honolulu for Sun
Francisco, arrived Aug. in
Warren Stationed nt tho I'lilllpplnoj.
TlininnB at Snn KranclBto nmlur ro-
I'm rut Urea nro ilnviiKtatliig I irgo
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