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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, 8EPT. 25, 1911.
Si'toiiil III gric.
llniiiilii'u-t-'l lilrd Degree.
Ai visiting uieinbani of Uo
Order are cordially ttiTltcd to
Mtonrl ciotuxa of local ledges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M
If mtiCVa r$
nniur rnnuiffnM tU4UW w
Rninc cnomtcns othet Ano
BENEFICIAL ASSftr.IATI0. cUtioni cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE. NO. 1, 1. O. R. M.
Alecls every first anil llilril Tuesday
i." each niontli In Fraternity Hull, I. O.
O F building VMIIng brothirs cor
ill.lll) Invltill tn attend
J HUMNSON. R.ichem.
U V. TODD, C or II.
tTONOLULD LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. X.
Honolulu Lodge No. 816, B. P. O.
Kike, meet !n their ball, on King
llreet, near Tort, every Friday Ta
iling. Visiting ilrothers are cordially
'nvlted to atteni.
1) P. It. ISnNltBRG. n. IL
ni:o. t. kluhciuu sec.
V. McKINIEY I0D0E. NO. 8,
He every 2nd am) 4th Baturday
failing t 7: no o'clock In K. of P.
Hull, cor. Port ami llerol.-iula. Visit
tug brothers cordially Invited t'i at
tend. F. P. KILHUT, C. C.
15. A. JACOUSON, K. n. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Alert every first nnil tlilnl Friday nt
7 50 n'lliirk, I'jlhlin Hull, rorner Here
Inula nml Koit strettR. Visiting broth
ers; cordially Invlleil li nttenil.
s. pi:i'Ki:it. c. c.
o. nniN'i:. k. or it. & a
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on second mid rourtli Wedncs
tiny uvcnlng or each niuntli nt 7:30
o'clock. Ill S.in Antonio Hall, Vineyard
Mrc-I, near Ihiiinn Visiting brothers
sro hulled In iitt-nd
r:i:o. a. pavis. v. r.
W.U C AI'C'OY. Secy.
MILTON & PARSONS
nri" showing n complete lino of
SUMMER AND FALL MILLINERY
Ainu III" latest novrtllcs In Feathers,
I'louer nml llainl Trimming.
Hotel Street Opposite Young Hotel
Boston Building Fort Street
ON Saturday MRS. F. S. ZEAVE, nt
her riniinR In tho Young building,
' III open ii new Hiiom III Shirt
waists, Coats mid Novelties reenlvcd
ex .1 H, I.urllno.
Manila and Madeira Embroidered
Collars, Cuffs and Handkerchiefs
Baby Pillow Slips
1027 Nuuanu Street
BEGINNINQ JUNE 3
All the Hats at Reasonable Prices
W.eklj llulletlu II per year.
O W It KINO mid Mrs. King re
timit'd Suttirduw from u vacation
sin nt on Hawaii
(JOVmtNUIl FHI'All Is reported to
Lo liiklliR u few shots at boiho of the
goats on Kiihooluwe.
I! It HATH In back from a busi
ness trip to the coaat. Ho arrived
(hi inoriiliiK In tlio Korea.
A. HANlJlimtO, who Inii been on
Hawaii for hoiiiu lime, returned to
this city Saturday un the Mauna Ken.
Ol.lYI'R O. LANSING, the lucal real
estate mini, bus returned from a bus
iness mid plciismo trli to the main
land. II. II. V ALKXANDKR was among
the passengers In tliu Korea from San
Francisco who tvtunieil to Honolulu
niKSTM IHTN.V, of the Pcdernl
KierlmOut Station l reported to ho
rapidly recovering from an attack of
AI.KX. JtOIIIl, eon of William Hobh
of Knhulul, was accldcntaly drowned
In that harbor last week by the over
turning of a HklfT.
I' 1)1' HOI. manager of II. P. Khlcra
& Co , has completed a buying tour of
the eauteru Btates mid returned to Ho
nolulu thin morning us a passenger In
C A STANTON, who hus been In
strumental In securing capital for Im
provement of the "hill districts" was
a returning passenger In the Korea
Iti:V. AND MUS. J. W. OUNtf ale
sailing shortly for" the coast In thn
Irmgard from Hawaii. It Is stated
that they Intend to remain perma
nently on tho coast.
nni'irrv hiikhikp ciiahlks
ltOSK will return to his duties on the
Itrst day of October, lie hus been
spending his vacation In town und In
the country districts.
.1. O. t'A.Ml'HKI.L. who represents u
large firm of IJerlln and New York
Importers Is making a business trip
to the Par Kast, as a passenger In the
I'aclllc Mall liner Korea.
CITY AND COI'NTY TKUASURBIt
ItOIJKItT SIHNOI.t:, Mrs. Shingle and
Infant, mid Miss .Muriel Shingle, were
among the returning passengers In
the Pacific Mall liner Korea.
Itl'SSKL O VKIT, a representative
of the Standard Oil Company with
headquarters at Nagasaki, Japan, Is
if turning to his post of duty ns u Pas
senger In the I'aclllc Mall liner Korea.
II. P W1CHMAN. the locul Jeweler,
Is hack from an extended buying trip
which brought him to ull the large
eastern centers, lie returned this
morning as a passenger In the Korea.
KP.V. DAVID C. PKTKKS, pastor of
tho Christian Church, was lu Police
Court this morning to witness the trial
of the Chinese gamesters Who were
arrested last Saturday night by Chief
MeDiilile mid his men.
I. a SHAMANS, accompanied by his
dmighler, Miss C. Seamans, are among
the through passengers in tho Korea
en routn to tho Orient. Mr. Seumaiis
Is an olllcer connected with tho Item-
lugton Typewriter Company.
P T P. WATKItllOUSB, ALDKltT
WATintllOUSK mid SKNATOIt K. A.
KNDDSHN made up a party that Ralls
tonight on the Korea for tho rubber
plantation of the Straits Settlement.
They will bo gono about three months,
.MAJOR .1 O. HUTCHINSON, com-
plellng his twenty-eighth tour around
tlie world In the Interest of Thomas
Cooko tourist ugency. Is n through
passenger In tho Korea. Major Hutch
inson will make an extended stay at
JOHN IIIKIHKS, Oiiliu member of
the. Hawaii Kxiositlou Committee Is
back from u conference which lie held
with tho directors of the Panainu-Pa-elllc
imposition Commissioners. He
Was a passenger In the Korea this
JOSKI'II X. STKANI), United States
Vlco Consul at Cuuton, China, Is re
turning to his post or duty niter huv
ing "spent a vacation on the mainland.
He Is a thiough passenger lu the I'a
clllc Mall steamship Korea and will
leave that vessel on urrival ut Houg
kong. M. .1 PO.NTANA, representing the
California I'm It Packers' Association,
Is a visitor to Honolulu ns a passen
ger in tho Korea. He comes down
hero to make mi investigation of the
business situation In the Islands as
It pertains to sugar and pineapple In
JUDOK J. W. AND MUS. IIHND
ItlCK are Included In u party of eigh
teen travelers who met ut Ios Ange
les and have taken passage across the
Pacific lu the I'aclllc Mall liner Kn
lea. The party will proceed In that
vessel as far as Japan ports und then
miiko n l'llsmcly tour of Dlu Nippon
ATTOHNIIY QKOltai: A. DAVIS,
showing few Indications from severe
handling (it the hands of the mainland
mid I'aclllc coast newspaper Inter
viewers was ono of the well known
llonoltilnns who leaned over tho roll
of tho Pacific Mall liner Korea as the
vessel came alongside the wharf this
mornings Davis accompanied the
.Samuel Parker party to tho Kast
PIKKI I,ANi: VHIHT OX1
A survey lias been started of Prog
I-anc, for tho opening of which the
legislature appropriated ? 10,000. It
Is iiimored, however, that the piop
eity owners tire planning to fight mid
get all they can out of the govern
ment for their rights of way If they
do this there will be very little of the
ten thousand left und not enough to
build the road.
JAS. NH, LOVE
j I -
IPPNG GLOBE FOR
" " IhWliTH TIME
i :; I A., m u ill
One of Many Noted Travelers In Pacific Mail Liner Korea
"Forty Fathom" Dan Ffiele Again' -Trods1 Bridge Rithet
Bringing Number of Passengers Transport Dix Here
With Hundred Head of Horses Steamers Report Fine
Now on n voyago across the Pad
tie which will 'round out his twenty
eighth trip around tho world. Major
J. O. Hutchinson, who for years ha
been prominently Identified with the
great tourist agency of Thomas Cooko
& Sons, Limited, In the cupuclty of
traveling representative. Is u through
passenger in the Pacific Mall liner
Korea, which called at Honolulu this
morning en route from San Francisco
to Manila, Philippine Islands, by the
usuul Japanese und Chinese ports of
cull. "Pollowlng the man from Cooks"
would certainly keep ono on the move
If they attempted to keep within even
hailing distance of Major Hutchinson,
who has frequently visited every por
tion of the civilized globe where
Cook's have n representation.
The globe-trotter Is but one of 129
through cabin passengers In the liner
who wilt continue the Journey to the
Par I'ust at I o'clock this evening.
Upon urrival of the Korea at Alakeu
wharf at 8 o'clock this morning u
number of new faces were noted
among the ofHcers. Captain William
Pisher, who has succeeded to tho
command vacated through the resig
nation and subsequent death of J. W.
Saunders, has us his chief olllcer A.
T. Hunter. Hunter takes the place
vacated by It. Allnian, who is now on
vncutlon for one trip and I'aclllc Mall
rumor hath It that Allnian will event
ually assume command of one of the
Dr. 11. C. Dukes, who has been quite
III and wus obliged to abandon a life
ut sea, Is back at his old post again
as ship's surgeon.
"Dilly" Allen, appearing at least ten
years younger after his brief resplto
from continuous traveling back mid
forth lu thn I'aclllc, reported a fine
trip down from Sun Francisco. Cap
tain Plshcr, Purser AllenSnd other of
Hcers did much to make tho voyage a
delightful ono for r5 cabin passenger
who left the Korea at this port.
In addition to the crowd In tho cab
in, Honolulu drew thirteen second
class and two Asiatic steerage passen
The Korea proceeds to Manila af
ter leaving Nagasaki, tho last of tho
Japanese ports of cull. At tho l'hlllii
pine capital the I'aclllc Mall liner will
discharge nearly throe thousand lonn
general cargo, mostly Intended for the
army und navy departments.
Several thousand cases of petro
loum were left here In the four hun
dred tous discharged at Honolulu to
A mainland mall of 31C sacks was
received by tho post-ofUce oitlcluls.
Tho through list of passengers lu
eludes 29 second class and 1411 Asiat
ics In the steerage.
Several well known Honolulu peo
pie returned lu the liner this morning,
including It. W. Shingle, Aubrey Hob
Instill, II. P. Wlchmun und Oliver a.
Uiuslng. Others for Honolulu nre
"Tommy" Keating, assistant manager
of the St. Francis; Thomas Kelly, u
vuudevlllan, anil M. J. Pontana, Mip-
oriutemicnt or the California Fruit
dinners' Association. In charge of
Wllloughby Hodiuun, u party of twen
ty tourists have begun a round-the-world
tour by the Koreu. The globe
trotters Include J. W. Hendricks, un
attorney or Los Angeles, wlfu and sou.
und F. W. Qurrettson of the Ixjk An
geles Gas and Klectrlc Company und
wire. Among those for Far Kastern
points are Joseph Strund, Vice-consul
ut Canton; J, O. Campbell and M. K.
Strauss, New York Importers, and
Hussell Velt, connected with tho
Standard Oil Company.
"Ninety Fathom Dan" Back on the
"Ninety Fntliom" Daniel Prlelo, vet
eran commander In thoIacIQc Mull
liner China, who recently celebrated
his ono hundredth crossing 'of
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors MI704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
l Schlitz Beer '
Pacific by retirement 1ms henrkened
to tho call of the sea again. Officers
In the Korea which reached Honolulu
today state that with tho sailing ot
the Pacific Mall steamer San Juan
from San Francisco a few days prior
to tho departure of the Koreu tor the
Far Kast, Captuln' Dun Prlele took
over command ot the Panama liner
ror one trip nt least.
Captain P. B. Frailer, tho San
Juan's regular commander, has been
granted sick leavo for one voyage and
Captain Daniel Prlele has been ap
pointed master during Ills absence.
"Ninety fathom Dan" Is the commo
dore captain of the Pacific Mall ser
vice. Ho was retired from active
duty some time ago with the under
standing that he would hold himself
In readiness for temtiorary duty at
any time his services wore rcqulreJ.
It Is moie than 10 vears since Captain
Prlelo made the trip along the lower
coast, lu the old days he knew ev
ery starfish In every Central Amerl
can port by Its first name and he still
knows where to find more than
enough water to keep the San Juan's
bottom well clear of tho rocks.
The Sea Serpent.
Fishermen in Massachusetts ' bays
are on the alert for a monster fioa
reptile, 200 feet loug, with a huniiied
buck. It was first seen by the keep
ers of Uoono Island Light a fow dajs
ago, then it rnude Its appearance at
Nantasket. The fishermen nro afraid
to v culture near tho flailing grounds
vvlille It Is In 'Ulilt vicinity. The bead,
according to mora or less veracious
observers, resembles thut or an alli
gator and tho body Is as large around
ns a barrel. The humped back pro-
Joels ubovo the water for a distance
of loo feet. It, is said. It travels with
great speed through tbo water and
scoops the llsli up as It passes.
Bicycles far the Philippines.
Included1' In the through cargo In
the, Pacific Mali liner Koiea,.at tho
port toduy are nearly throe hundred
crules of bicycles destined for the
Philippines. Tho through cargo
amounts to C.500 tons Include 18.000
packages of government freight, 2,-
000 bales of cotton 200 tons of flour
3.900 sacks or barley and 100,000 feet
of lumber. '
An miusual Item In tho cargo ror
Manila Is 2S0, crates of bicycles. There
are several bicycles In eacbi crate.
Schooner Ariel ataul.
The American schooner Ariel has
arrived at Kahulul 'according to re
port received from Purser French ot
the Inter-Island steamer J Mlkabala
which Is discharging general i.eargo
brought here from Maul and Molokal
ports. The Mlkalialanretiiniod wlth
eighteen 'cnblu and twentyrfour deck
passengers from tho two Islands, and
besides 'livestock her cargo) constated
of 1,000 boxes of honey, ,17 crates of
chickens, C boxes of eggs, 27 'bags of
corn and IG1 packages -of sundries.
Klnau Freight Llst.v
Included In the freight being dla
charged from tile Inusr-lslaud steam
er Klnau from Kauai jtorta ore the
following Items: I240 sheep, 120 bags
taro, 89 bundles hides, 80 bags rioe,
GO hags rlco bran, SI barrels ompty
bottles, 10 empty wluo barrels, G2
empty beer barrels, CO car wheels, 40
ungs untie store sugar. 1 surrey, 1
horse, 2 cows,j2 small calves and ISO
packages -sundries, i
Honolulan Due Wednesday.
Tho Honolulan from Ban Francisco
with 29 passengers, 89 sacks later
mall, 1975 tons general cargo and 4
automobiles for discharge at Hono
lulu will arrlv nt tho iiort on Wed-
uesdiiy morning and come alongside
-ir..,, rinmsw -
TIDES SUN AND MOON
F jS JS p fi s ,
& ft b v , I 1,
2. r i J ; ? j
f eut. A in. p in. n in a m
Si .V3.V If, Me J) t u J5) stl ,,
.98 atS j6. SS.'. IUI 1.01 fit,) S4I
57 70-. 0 84MIM em jj 41 SMI
8 I""' 15 's.M filmic
un.'. 1.5 oij r.ta .'.ttiiv.
M 10 1 1.5 11.41. 04V 7-10 5.U 54MI.W
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. I II.UI.I-8 J 7.'0 I ,') 6ta 5 41 ' '
First quarter of the moon Sept. 30.
Time not 'stated In tables.
llttcsieja -wlwrf according to n lato
,wreless received at the agency pf
vuoiiu anu vjooko today.
' The Honoliilan has 70 tons freight
ror Kahulul and 3384 tons Tor dl'
charge at, Hllo. It Is tho uieseut ln
tendon to dispatch the vessel tor Hllo
on, Thursday noon.
-B. .. Honolulan 8 p. m., Sept. 23,
1911. For Honolulu: 29 passengers,
s'j Dags mail,, 1975 tons cargo, 4 auto
mobiles. For Kahulul: 70 tons cargo.
For Hllo: 3384 tons cargo. .
Ship nrrlves Wednesday morning
anu hock nt the irackleld whair. Sails
for Hllo Thursday noon.
Sparks from the Wireless.
8. S. Sierra. ,8 p. m. 4C8 miles from
Snu Francisco lightship; southwest
wlndstaiul smooth sea; wathor clear.
8. B. Honolulan, 8 p. m. 745 miles
Per P. M. 8. S. Korea from San
Francisco, Sept. 28. For Honolulu:
D. B. W. Alexander. E. It. Hath, A. J.
Ilolllng, H. K. Danford,' Mrs. H. K.
Danfortl, a. A. Davis, M. J. Fontana,
Mrs. M. ,J. Fontana, A. Hildcbrniidt,
John Hughes, lien. U. Jones, Mrs. 'A.
F. Judd. Miss Jlenlco Judd. Thomas
Kelly, T. P. Keating. K. Langer, O.
G.. Lansing, Harry I.ewis, p. K. Iow
cry, H. 1). Matthows, H. D. MacArthur,
Mrs. J. H, Miles, M. At. Prlwer, Aubroy
llouinnon, C. du Itol, 11 w. C. Schen
kel, It. W. Shingle, Mrs.- It. W. Shin
Kle, Mrs. It. W. Shingle and Infant,
Miss -Muriel Shingle nud 2 servants,
J. Smith, M. Smith, C. A. Stnnton,
Goo. Springer, Mrs. Geo. Springer, II
C. Woodhouso, Geo. Stein MIbh M,
Whitfield, H. p. wlchmun, Dr. E. V.
Wilcox C. N. Miers, Miss Itossle Y.
Fuller, Miss Herlha M. Wurren, Rev.
O. A. Wellcr, Mrs. O. A. Weller, Dr.
I W. Gorham, Miss IsaheJ looming.
Dr. A, Morrison, J, K. Mounsey, Airs.
J. E. Mounsey. AIlss M. U. Watts. J,
W. Wilson, .1. W. Wilson. Through:
V. D. Cameron, Miss Allco C. Clifford,
Martin Heckmann Mrs. Mathilda
Heckmnn, Rev. II, K. Miller. Mrs. H,
K. Miller, Rev. .1. P. Moore, G. Miinii
nnd valet. Mrs. C. A. Miinn and maid
Miss Gladys Miinn, August Naderhoff,
W. Hodman, W. II. Hocnsteln. II. L.
Snyder, Daniel N. Ulm, O. J, Krauss.
Mrs. O. J. Krauss and Infant, O. H;
I.ovo, Airs. O. II. Lovo, Hov. J. H.
Moose, Airs. J. 11. Alooso and Infant,
Miss Kdlth .Moose, AIlss Nancy Alooso,
Miss L. J. Urjer, Rev. G. W. IL Loeht.
Miss II. II. Rodd, Russell C. Velt, Lt.
Primk P. Uecker, p. C, A. It. Hrlggs,
T. U. Hoone. II. W. Rutkluiiil, Fred
Clevcnger, Airs. II. C. Coburii, Mus
ter M. U Coliuin, IL P. Covvles, Alls.
H. P. Cowles, Dr. D. P Coyner, S. A.
Dewing, . p. Flnkenhoefor, Airs. L.
F. (loodale,. Airs. T. A. lllllgrovo, P.
W. Grurr, Ji Humphries. J. W. Kiirs
ner. Miss Alary M. Alangan, J. C. Ale
lian, Airs. J. C. Alehan, Miss Grace
Mehatt, J. C. Alehan Jr., Dr. C. C.
Mlddleton. Mrs C. A. Muller, A. 1).
Pleison, A. M. Prentiss, Chns. P.
Preusser. Airs. Ijiura Sluinian, Miss
H At. Smith, W. A. Snndheliner,. Win.
V. Thompkon, s. C. Williamson, Rev.
R. W. Hatchell, Miss A. Rent, Rov. J.
.1. Hoggs, Airs. J. J. Hoggs, Miss At:
lies Hoggs, Units D. Hosloy, William
Milliner, Mrs. Alberto Bowman, J. A
Campbell, J. B. Cartor C. D. Clawson.
Mrs. C. D Cl.iwsou, Qoo. K. Coleman,
Airs. Geo, B. Coleman. Airs. W. .1
Connerj-. AIlss Al.-ll. Colt, Airs, lionise
It. Coodcr. Miss'S. Crosby, 8. W. Oitr
rclson. Airs. S. W. Oarretsou, Airs.
Kuln W. arlflVn, J. I Hnnsoii. Airs.
J. L. Hansen nnd Intant Miss Abble
llictzelmanu, B. W. Hendrlck. J. W.
Ilendrick, Airs. ,1. W. Hendrlck, C. S,
Heuloy. Airs. J. C. Henley. W. ll. Hill
Miss H lloag. B. A. Hoffman, Alajor
.i. u. iniiciiiiiHon. miss I.. B. Klhhu,
Airs. Pauline Kingston, Airs. B. V.
Klrkwood, Geo. Klrkwood, W. II,
Knupp, H, T. Koeiner, Mrs. Georye
Aicaiicnnei, D. W. C. Merrlam. Alrb.
D. W. C. Jlerrinm, W. C. Miles, Mm.
A. A. Aloore, Alias M, Aluore, AIlss
Abhy .Morgan, AIlss Roso Aliilhollauil,
II. P. Held, MIsb C. U Richardson.
Airs. W. Rodman', Kilns Safle, I. C.
Seamans, ,Mlss O. Seamans, Joi. X.
Strand, At. .SlrausB, Mis. 11. IStono,
AIlss Al, C. Stone, Mrs. A. Tichenor.
O. . Ure, Airs. O. R. Ure, Airs. G. W.
Wulls, Airs. H. K. Wllllauison, Airs.'
Passengers ai rived per Btmr, Allkn
hulu. SepL 24. Miss Jl. Mauli , AIlss
II. K. Aloha, B. Alurphy, F. J. Do.ik,
Jo0 ,1nen, Al. Chlkmnorl nnd wire. T,
Sun Allong nnd vviro, A, C. Wanler
and wire, W, U Aleyer, H. It. Aleyei4.
P, II. Poster, P, A. Stump and wllo,
llr. B.D. AIurBhall, Oeorgo R. Cooke.
Piisiiengers urrlvotl per ntiiir. Klnuu
Sept. 24. Mrs. A. Douse nnd Infunt,
Mrs. Siirukl, Francis Clay Julia I.im
hlne, Mrs. Kapukui, P, W. .Mange, CV
ii. iirown, itev. V. C. Klin. B. A
Kiiuascn, Cl. It. Bvnus, W. Whltllng-
ton Miss Lyon, 'K. Mltanl, Airs. All-
taut, 0. P, Wilder, T. Odd, D. Leltli,
N, II. Duval, P. Weber, Airs. Olson,
,. Quotl Sail, Pakl Chan, At.' Renin
'aldo. Tin Tack Ho, Airs. Tin Tack Ho,
L. D. Gregg, Airs, Christ, II. Ulrklnyer.
Alis.tHlrkmer, C. Alakce Mrs Ranch,
A. Gee and wife, Ah kill, Mrs. Ah
Kill nnd children, Airs. .1, Oerrcro nud
chiiu, Rev. U. II. Mm, Airs. C. A. Stew
art, Pang Uo, Ah Lee.
Per P. At. S. S. Korea for Japan
and China iorts, Sept, 25 M. II. Ilrltt
T, A. Johnston, Airs. T, A. Johnston
C. J. Welsh.
SAN JOSI5, Sept. 17. An eartli
quuko In the Pacific ocean In the vi
cinity of the Hawaiian Islands, prob
ubly about 3704 kllometeis to the
southwest of San Jose, was recorded
Inst night by the seismograph at San
ta Clara college.
The shako continued for 1 hour nnd
57 minutes, nnd the record of tho dis
turbance on the college Instruments
showed an unusually regular motion.
The shake began nt 7:35 o'clock last
night, after tho observatory's hours
for giving out Infonnatlon.niid It was
almost 9 o'clock when the record 'elid
ed. Rev. Father J. S. Rlcard, astron
omer nt the rollego, computed the
time and the distances.
ONE Ull FIGHT
Food Commissioner K. II. Illnnchnrd
won the first round of his fight for
clean pol this morning, when two Chi
liese ileulers, Tnl l.oy and Hop Wo. nr-
resttd lust Saturday, nppcaici In police
court and pleaded guilty, lloth were
given Hiixpt'nilcd senttucra for thirteen
months on their prouilies to be good In
According to the prosecution, Tal
I.Hy, who keeps n pol shop neur the
llglimarkvt, nnd Hop Wo, who manu
facture!, pol nt Mollllll, did not ma Ice
llto pol up to the required test. Tal
ly sulil that he was simply selling pol
which be did not manufacture himself,
and held thut ho was not guilty, but
later changed his plea to that of guilty.
Hop Wo promised to make better uid
In tho future. ' y , i
HIhiicIiiiiiI intends to go nfter other
pol dealers who do not make good and
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of site for our building, hp-vvIII get
the best there Is.
"I talked the mutter over with Air.
Wood, chairman or the commission, mid
wo agreed that Hawaii should be rep
resented by an exhibit that will cost
between J20O.O0O and 1300,000. It's: the
chance of a lifetime. The exposition is
going Jo bo thn most representative
ever held, nnd much Is expected of Ha
waii. This Territory will never tigulu,
lor many yeais nt least, have such an
opportunity to make Its attractions
known to the world."
Commissioner Hughes says that the
Hawaiian building will bo located In
Golden Onto Park, where Hie Teirlto
I lnl exhibits nre lo be assembled, mid
that the ground plans ure admirable In
Temperatures G a. m, 75: 8 n. ni.
78; JO u. m.,. 78; noon, 79; morning
Duroinclcr. 8 a. in., 30.01; absolute
humidity, X u m 7.297 grains per
cubic loot; i elutlve humidity, 8 it. iu
71 per onl; dew point, 8 a. in., G8.
Wind 'i A. in., velocity 4, direction
N. K.; K n. lu., velocity 4, direction N.
B ; lA a. m., velocity G, direction N.
B.; noon, velocity 19, direction B
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 n
in., .14 Inct
Ship lilts Ki-ciVriilrli.tno Die.
Lima, Peru, SepL G. A telegram ie
celved todiiy from the puiher of the
Chilean steamship Tucupol, which was
wrecked neur Qullcu, says thirty-two
persons weie diowned and ninety
were saved. Those who lost their
lives 'wore tho captain of the ves
sel, tho first and secoud olhVors,
twenty members of the crew nnd nine
deck pushriiigers. The TpcapeJ, dur
ing a heavy fog, struck on un un
charted al retch of rocks 20 miles south
ot Limit. The vessel was or 1912 tons
net, enguged in trading on tho west
const or Sputh America,
A 1)11111811 motor bout with two Bug-'
llPhmen on board wus seled outside
Kill. They were churned with snvln
on the muneuveis of the Centum hitmej
VESSELS TO AND
(Hprrlul Ciihle lo Merchants'
' Monday; See. 25.
PORT LUDLOW-Snlled, Sept. 23:
Bchr. 'Robert Lewera, lor Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Sept. 24:
8. 8. Vlrglnlnn, for Seattle.
8BATTLK Hulled, Sept. 24: S. 8.
Hllonhin ror Honolulu.
KAANAPALI Sailed, Sept. 22: Bkt.
John Smith, tor Port Townseud.
KA1IULUI Arrived, Sept. 22: ( Bchr.
Artel rrom Grays Harbor.
. i Wireless.
S. S. Honolulan will arrive Wed
neBday morning with 29 passengers,
till bugs or mail. 197C tons or, cargo, 4
automobiles.- For Kahulul 70 tons
cargo,, for Hllo 3384 tons cargo. Will
dock at Hnckfeld wharf. Sails for
Hllo on Thursdny noon.
OLD ISSUE, S
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ed with fathering at the last cam
paign and that Is It Is now a "dead
Isstu'." Going rtirther ho points out
as ,n probable Democratic ,' Issno a
fight ngalnst tho present borrowing
policy of Ihe Terrltoiy, ,nnd nn em
phasls on what) he terms "hotter
While not nrnounclng himself n
candidate ro'r renomiiiatluii, AlrC.ind
less said frankly this morning that
lie Is ready to run lr tho peoplo want
"lt Is up to the Democratic con
vention," ho said this morning. "I
fhall abide by tho action or the con
vention. I will say, however," he ad
mitted In response to n question,
"Hint If the paity wants me to run
and the convention wants mo lo run,
I shall certainly do so.
"If AInyor Fern Is correctly quoted
in declaring Tor Kulilo, he Is reading
hinself out or Iho Democratic party.
What kind or a Demon at Is that
conies out for n Republican delegate?
He Is simply hurting hlmselr, for he
Is not carrying tho party with him.
Ho Is leaving It. I have not jet seon
Pom to ask him about It, but I say,
lr he did say what he Is credited with
saying, ho has bolted the party.
"I am not a bolter. I never was.
I Bland for tho party, and It matters
not whether the siieech wer made at
a luau or not. If he niudo It, lie has
done, something no real democrat can
dojmd remain a democrat."
Asked as to his own candidacy, he
"I nm not ready to announce my
self, for tho rholce of a candidate fur
delegate Is up to the convention. I
shall stand by the wishes of lhosir
ty, but I am ready to mako tho light
It the party wants me.
"How about tho aull-immlgrutlou
plank?" lie was UBked. "Will you In
sist, run on that again?"
"Tho pljtrorni committee will de
teimino the platform, and 1 shall
abide by their decision " he replied
"Whatever tho convention says will
go. I will stand on the Democratic
"Would you sinful oh the platform
provided (he tintl-lmmlgratloii plank
vvoio left out," ho was then asked.
"Yes," he replied. "I shall not In
sist upon this plank. It wns put be
roro the .people at the last election
mid the majority voted It. down.
I shall ublde by the expression of the
maJoiUy. It was given a fulr test,
wus put fairly up to the voters of Hu
wull, and thoy turned It down.
"I regard II as n dcn,l issue. I do
not Bay Hint tho planl: was not a
good one, for I believe tho Immlgia
Hon policy of tho Toniiory is not
getting .results ror the nuney wo aie
spending. Rut tho people turned It
down, mid liavo shown by the ma
jority or votes their opinion as against
"It Is too enrly to say what thu
Democratic parly will mako lis cam
paign upon, for no ono man can speak
for it, but here tiro some of tho things
Hie putty will piobahly bring beroro
the peoplo: '
"Hotter business jiollcy In city nnd
county nud territorial government,
Thoy say there Is no Kraft hole, but I
say that any time a political officer
puts his hand In tho grab-bag anJ
lakes out something ho Isn't entitled
to every time ho fulla lo give vuIiih
ior valuo received le Is a grafter.
And not only Uio'eniiuty government
but the terrllorial government, haa
J'Botlcr Ijiusitiess policy in Hie terri
torial borrowing or money. We havo
beeii borrowing money. , lor reus in i;
our illdebtedueiyj, right when money
bus been most plentiful lu Hawaii,-instead
or .retrenching, wiUi bigger
bugur leturus, bigger tuxes and great
er revenues generally coming lu to
the Tiurltorlul treasury, Iho Territory
lias borrowed n million nnd a half
dullas In bonds. I suy this Is wrone.
We should he retrenching and cutting
preparing ourselves for liurdor times
that will come.
"It Is this unbusinesslike policy that
Ihe Democrat will brlug before Iho
people. I say It nhould be stopped."
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