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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, OCT. 13, 1911.
Furniture and Piano Movers
TIDES S UN AND MOON
T - ff, -,- innmyymj,
CHARGES MADE PUBLIC
1 1 n M I ii I it Mulnl.
llauiill.iu Vi-uikI Hi urn-.
On-null' I'll lli'gr(r.
Ittgul.ir "i p. in.
lliin nil. in - I'lril Degree.
AM TlltltiB mrinbirn of tkf
Jrnr uro cordially tnrlted to
attend ineetlngn of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
t K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
mm F.HGIMtERS 0,he, aw.
r!EFICIAl AFSIATIQN. elation, cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIDC NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Muli ,.r III I mill tlilril Tuesday
ii. . nli in. .mil in I' ,it rnlly ll.ill. I (
Ii I' ImhIiIiiiu Vi-lllng brothers cur
dlicll) int iti il l till, ml
.1 ItiiKINSo.N. Sachem.
u . TiiDD, ir n.
80K0LULU LODGE, 010. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No 818, D. P. 0.
Clki, moota !n tlietr hall, on King
Urect, npr Tort, every Friday evs
iiIdk. Visiting Hi-others are cordially
'nvltod to alien '
i ! ii isHNMiimo. n. n.
ui:c. t ui.i'i:ui:u sec.
VX. MrXINLEY L0DQE. NO. 8,
K. ol P.
Mrem every 2nd and 4th Saturday
xenlng at 7-30 o'clock In 1C. of P.
EIrII, cor. Port and llercHaiila. Visit
Inn tiro thorn cordially Invkted t'i at
tend. K. F. KILI1KY, O. O.
E. A. JACOIISON. K. II. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Mi-etH every llrnt mid third Friday nt
7 .10 o'clock, l')thiuu Hull, corner Hero
Inula mid Fort streets. Visiting broth
ers conll.illy lnvlt-,i to attend
S l)IC('Ki:il. l C.
O. lllJINI-:. K of It. & S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets nn second and fourth Wednes
day evening of each inontli nt 7:30
oVIni k. In S.in Antonio Hull, Vineyard
Mrcct, lu-.ir Huiiim. Visiting brothers
ccro Invllid to ult -ml
Ui: A DAVI3, W. P.
V.t l" M'l'OY, Secy.
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
Have received ex Sierra especially
trimmed STREET and DRESS HATS.
HOTEL ST., Oop. Youna Cafo
New Trimmed Hals
llnndbomo models juit rocoived in
Millinery Parlors, Boston Building
NEW LINGERIE DRESSES,
GOWNS and FALL SUITS. EM
BROIDERED PATTERN SUITS
to muko up very smtablo for evening
Mrs. F. Zeave
G8 YOUNG BUILDING
Daliy Bonnets and Dresses. Dootces
and Wool Baby Socks) Stamping
1027 Nuuanu Street
NEW MILLINERY STYLES ON
Ladies' and Men's Hats Reasonably
The II. iu ill or Kofinlu Railroad
c'ompauv iv it l more Rcnciully
l.tinwu, N planning n big nttriutlnu In
the illn-i lion nf IN line on Hawaii. It
has in tile ctpiillc.illnii to Hie (Inventor
for the rlHliii or wav oxer eertuln
government hind along the line of
'I'lie line, nlili Ii was liuill In ii round
tlliont UM. in to lie straightened ntlt
tight through iind. starting from Ku
Imltii will swing Inland, touching us
rm I'.uk iiw Kiipanu. and will nin t the
pies, nt Hue again In the Anuikno clls-
All the plans ale tenlatlve for the
present, lint lite work of securing the
irleuis rights of wn.v Is going ahead
mil It Ih thotmht that the Improve
on tils will he rnrrled out
The Idea of the rompam running lip
into (he hack (ouiitr) Is lo Inp tho
n ootid win-re , the popnlallon Is
ill n--i st
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tile Honolulu l).iliinen' Assocla
lion supplies only absolutely piii
healthy milk Telephone I lit 2.
Fianelse.-i IV-rnnndez has applied
that she he iipHliiti iidiiiliilHtralrlx
In llio cutali- of the late .lolin Fernan
dez. The Ten Hoi hit Brand Jur Is slt
tlnc at Ihe pieseni lime and Is ex
peeled in hrhiK nloiiK a leport :il any
Tliu IVdeial Krand Jur eolillniieil
is lineKllu.illons lulu Ihe l.ellehin
iniiider this UK-rnliiK. Hucnil inoro
wllnessiH weie called.
The eslale or Hie lalo Colonel Fred
V Filler has heen aluci at $IS,S0(!
mil W.illaee )U Will has nipHed for
.ippolnluienl as ailnilnlstralor.
Tin le Is In he n ineetlni; of llio land
hoard .Monda aftciiiiHiii next nt two
oeloek when t-eeral minor mutters
will come up for eoiiHlduintlon.
iMilone I.ouln AKillar has filed u dl-
iuro suit iiKiilust .Mao Acular on
I he Kiounds of lunacy, .lolin V. C.illi-
cut was iipM)lnled Kuardlan ami he
ac-ccpled scnleo of the siiniinons and
walu-d all riKlils.
.Iiisepli K. Hiiillh, liiishaud of llio
lale llaiiu K. Hnillh. who died Intes
tate, had applied for iipHilnlmcnt as
ndiiiliilxtrulor In the estate. IVccaa-
ed left no ileecilentH, not even n des
cendant of u dc-ciMscd brother r sls-
Mrs. Mniy J. Johnston has petition
ed for her appointment as admlnls
tratiK in the estate or the lalo Y.
Oklmntn. Hhe Is u rredllor and tho
value of tho estate Is $180 duo for ex
cess customs duly paid durlliR 190.-,-
'i-i anil x.
Slncu the time when llio loan fund
van available tht-io has been u total
r tlliMHM awarded for eoiilriu-ls by
'ho nubile- milks deiiartinent nn.l he.
sides this Ihero aro a lot mora that
win iiao lo bo awarded nt llio end
or this moulh.
Health Inspector I'h-irlock or Ihe
'lo.ud or health left jeslerday afler
noou lor l.ellehiia with a couple nf
men. While out thoio he will assist
In llio fuiulKiitlhK or the stables In
connection with tho caso or iilandcrs
Unit was dln-oored thoie recently.
Two can's coino up before Ihe Fed
eral t'liiut toiuoiiow moinliiK. Otokii
Oec lias lo answer a diarco of ie:'-
jui neioio me kuiiiiI Jill) and will ho
.iiralKiti'il at ten o'clock. The bnuk
itiplev ease of Kaiulokl .llio also
comes up. Ho Is appijlug ror dls-
A number or fiesh sulitioen.-iK wei
l'siied Ibis moiuiiiK In Chinese wo
men and also una to a man who has
Just completed a two mouths' sen
tence lor npliii iiikrIIiik. This leads
to tlio holler that theio will bo home
opium cases bufoio Ihe Jiuy In the
Tho Hist of Ihe cases In which the
men nrresteil in connection wllh I ho
Senator labor trouble ale piocpcdlilR
iiriiiiihi ino oillelals was to havo been
Hied Tuohday next. The matter will
now staiiil oor until Noemher IT, in
aeeonianee Willi an iiRiecinent unit
ed at hetnetui llio iiltoinojK.
CAPTAIN CAItTi:it of deparliueiit
lie,iil(iiailei-s sails for .Molnkal and
.Maul this afternoon on Hie Clnndlnu,
CAPTAIN JOHNSON, who is to take
i liai-Ro of l Itii tnilnliiR of llio Hawaiian
.Naliuiuil (iiiard, in-rived on tint trans
pint jeati'iiluy and called on the (lov-eiiiiii-
MISS CATIIIJIIINI-: PATON anil
Jimi'lili Foley, V Troop, Fiflh Cavalry,
weie mairled Wednesday at tho Cath
olle Cathedral, the weddliiR fimst bo
Iiir spread at tho lcsldqnco of Mr. and
Mis "Mike" Paton. Tho hriiln Is a
Islm- of Mr Palon, iind a iccont ar
ilval In Honolulu. Mr Foley Is olio
or tlio Fifth Horse. Tho day of tho
happy eeieniony, colucliU'lttully, was
albo the fourth niinieisuiy of the
manl.iRe or Mr. mid Mrs. Paton, mi
Hie fi'llclliitioliH oxlcndqd to the fuui-
ily had a double bIriiIIU'iiiico.
MRS. WOllTIIINdTON AMFS and
Mrs. Henry Foster Dultnn ulo en
I onto from Honolulu, whore they have
been vlbilliiR relatives for the past
ii weeks They arrive today, tlio
Muttons roIiir to Ihe Si. Francis lo
lesldo Mis Ames will hu olio or the
Sims nt the vaudeville In hu rIvcii
at the Valencia Theater on tho even
Iiir or October llth, takliiR part in a
musical (iiini'ily playello with Allss
leniile Ciia ker. Miss Meriitt Held and
Mis Frederick McNcar S F l-Jxam-luer
Mr mid Mi. I tut Ion mid Mrs.
Ames spent two mouths at tho Sea
side hotel. Mrs. Duttoii Is a sister of
Mis Harry Macfailaue
Speaker Chump Clark made a speech
In J-nwreiKobiirR, Ky , In behalf of tjio
Democratic State tlckil.
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE
JOINS RANKS OF BENEDICTS
Weds Yount) Lady Passenger After Brief But Romantic
Cotirtshit) Long Break Between Mails For the Main
landCoal Carrier Due Daly Mongola Bmtjntj Nearly
ly Two Thousand Tons Oriental Merchandise.
Captain 1). O. Nllson, the well
known skipper of the trim American
batk It. 1 Itllhet has rouo and done
It. I.ltluc D.1U Cupid set one of hisj
darts to how and wllh uneirliiR aim
plcrccil tho heart or tlio doiiRlit sen-
fnrliiR man. DurliiR a brier viiyimo
from San Fiauelsco to Honolulu vows,
were cxchniiRcd which li.is resulled In
C.-iplntii Nllson claiming Miss i:thcl
Vail as his bride.
The necessary winds which made
the twain as man and wile weio
spoken by Attorney I,yle Dickey on
last Monday cveniiiR. Immediately
followhiR a very ipilet ceicinony, the
bridal pair weie whisked lo llalclwa
and there have been ciiJojIiir a ho
ne) moon, pcndiiiR tho departure of
the Itlthct for the Coast tiloiiR tlio
latter part of next week.
Miss Vail Joined the Itlthct nt Sail
Francisco as a passeiiRor to llio Ha
waiian Islands, The ouiir lady was
accompanied by her mother, Mrs.
Charles Vail atnl sister, Miss llessle
Vail. The party contemplated an rx
Icndcil sta) with Mr. and Mrs. Clau
dius Mcllihlu of Kona, who is also a
rheio Is said to have lucn consid
erable lomancc attached lo tlio chain o
mecliiiR of Captain Nllson and his at
tractive hilde. The Itlthct arrived at
Honolulu on Oct. 2nd aftor pussaRO
of but sixteen days from the Coast
Captain Nllson has the record of hav
Iiir completed over one hundred and
forty voyaRos between tho Coast and
the Hawaiian Islnmls. For years ho
has been a inoro or less regular visit
or hero as commander of the William
II. Dlmoiiil, nud later transferred to
the fast harkcntlno Annie Johnson
In the latter vessel Captain Nllson
has luiiilc several passaRCs to tho Isl
ands In almost steamer time.
Mis. Nllson, her mother and sister,
havo decided to return to tlio Coast
In the Itlthct. It Is said that Captain
Nllson now- contemplates retiring from
tho sea mid will take up a season
or tiavelliiR. the Intention heliiR to
make a tilp around the w-oild,
Iloth Captain Nllson and his bride
havo been tho icclplcnt or wholesale
cniiRiatiilatlous fiom their uiiiueious
Hllonlan Away With Pineapples.
A shipment of preserved pineapple
was Included In the cargo taken by
the Mutson Navigation steamer Hllo
nlan which sailed for San Francisco
yesterday. Tho last port of call Tor
the Hllonlan In the Hawaiian Islands
was 1 1 1 to. The vessel also was Riven
a small amount or si gar.
Sparks from the Wireless.
Wireless reports from outward or
Inwnid bound steamers received at
"Iglit o'clock last iilfiht woro as fol
lows: M. N. S. S. Wilhcliiilna. en route lo
Sap Fiauelsco, R p. m. 2!I2 miles out
tine weather, Hmooth sea, all well.
C.-A. S. S, Miiliur.i, en ioiiIo to Syd
ney, 8 p. m.SSj miles out; lino wea
ther. P. M. S. S. Sihorln en lotito to Vo
kohauui, 8 p. m. 7fi9 miles out; all
C.-A. S. S. Zealandla, en iimlo to
Vain ouver, 8 p. m. 7I7 miles out;
modeialo weather. ,
Lurllne Has Room for Pacvengers.
Castle and Cooke, tlio local iirciiIh
for tho Malson Navigation steamer
i.urlllio positively contradict tho
Ftntomeiit published In a morning pi
per Hint no liashoucarH could ho hook
cd at this point for tho I.uillno on
tho voyaRO to San Francisco IcavliiR
this iort on Oct. Ith. Tho l.urlluo Is
duo to urrlvo horo on Wednesday
morning with II tG tons fl eight for
llscharRo at Honolulu and CSO tons
destined for Knhtiltil, Tho loc.ilon .Monday, Nnvcmlif-r i.
W.C. Peacock & Go., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
agents aie picpmed to take caic ol
all applicants for transput tntlou to
the full cnp.tcit) or the steamer.
Mongolia Has Room for Many.
One hundred and tweuly-llvo cabin
passengers i-nu bo iitcoiutuodated In
tho big Pacllle Mull liner .Mongolia
which Is scheduled to depart for Sill
Francisco on Sunday, Oct. 22nd. This
vessel Is lepoited by cable to arrive
at Honolulu one da) late The Mon
golia Is bringing seventeen bundled
and fifty tons Oriental fi eight for dis
charge at Honolulu. At Ihe agencv of
II. II nek felt! ami Cntupiny hut very
few applications for tr-insHiitatloti In
the Coast have thus far been leceiv
cd. Out Little Sugar at Mahukona.
Theio )et lemnlus one thousand
packs sugar at .Mahukona for ship
ment tn Honolulu according to icpnri
hioiiRht hole b Hie Inter-Island
steamer I.lkelike which was tin arri
val ft om Haw-all ports this morning.
The vessel mel wllh line weather and
moderate trades on the hoiuewmd
Skipper Injured at Trial Trip.
Tragedy eauie neir nnrkliiR the
trial trip of the new South Sea trail
ing schooner Atlas held on tliu bav
stales the S. F. Chronicle. Captain
Aslhmcnr flRiued In an accident which
caused hlfu serious injiiiy, while one
nf tho RtVsIs on board suffeii'd a
blioko of lieart fiilluio Tho' a'fenil-
ants of the Harbor lCincrRoiicy llos
lillnl Ihoutht lor a lime Hint they
(-onfrniiteil a'miillny when they woio
ealli-d to the Atlas alter sho tied up
tit .Mission-street wharf. No. 2. They
found Captain Aslhine.ir imeotiscloiis
en the deck nnd thoyo on hoard en
deavoiliiR(to revive him, as well ti
the man afflicted with heart f.illmc.
Arcnnllile to the story told b.v the
vo.Migeis, Captain Asthmear, while as
cendhiR a small ladder fnim Ihe main
deck to the top of the house slipped
nnd roll. Dr. .uinwall, who tidied
tho iiijutci skipper at the hospital
round lli.il ho had sustained a frac
ture or the left wrist, severe contu
sions of the head, with possible Intel -
eriinhil Injuries. Ho was removed to
the (lei man Hospital. The other man
was able to ro homo after IicIiir rW
BUSINESSMEN ON TOUR
OF INSANITARY SPOTS
Al II SO o'clock this afternoon u parly
or husuci-H iiic-ii will leave from tho
coi mm- nf i.'nrt and King stnets on u
"Seeing Honolulu" lour, undertaken I
familial le llicmxclvcH with the liism
liar) cc. minions nr mo city.
Senator A F Jiiild, who is In II
forefionl of llio light for saullatloi
will escort the paity.
lr .liiiuis C llepburii, H7. oldest
graduate of l'rllic i ton t'nlveislty, cllc-il
nt his I ie In i:.tst Ormige, N J., re-
Tim Norwegian balk llciord stiuek
mi the rocks or Main Allien, Cape
Union, nud was wrecked. The crew
IV IIU 11 . .1
Sure-tiny W n Smllli or tin I In
wallan Siigin- PlauliiV Association mi
liouueed this moililiig that tliu date!
rot- holding llio minimi meetliiR has
lieen set Tor the four days lic-RlnnlnR
I - r
p tn. p in.
I.SV lei i;
I . in to
i ii in.
Ill Mi it tM
1 1. .VI
i urn i.s 7..'" i:. nsr .ii
i ii in.
iter ft.VTi ftaa.u.ti
II UM t,M'
I.. In .lei i;
laist cptarter of the moon, Oct. H.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(.Special Cable In .Men-h.-inl-c'
. .. I'rlclav, tlctcilicr l.l.
POUT TOWNSNND Arilved, Oct. 12,
Schr. Itnlicit Searles, hence riep-
IIII.O-S.illi-cl, Oct. 12, S. S. Hllonlan,
lor San Francisco.
YOKOHAMA -Sailed Oct. 12, B. S
.Mongolia, Tor Honolulu, one day
Into twill arrlvii October 21 nld sail
In morning of 22nd.)
I'iiiikiiiiI Interest attaches to tlio
meet Iiir of the sugar planters this
cur. A liuuipir crop In record, do-
ailed llRtirrs on which will, ns usual.
be ininle public, progress In sugar iiiii-
elilnery nud bilior-snvlng clevlc-es, plan
tation labor conditions and olhirm-it-
li-IS Will till the four ll.l.lH or the meet
Iiir pn-ttj rnlly. The plantation men
who nlteiin will have, n full iIIm-iiksIcui
of matters rclatlitR to vurlous liranclies
of the Industry.
The iiiiuual inc-etlngs ure lic-coinliiRof
greater value null )enr, mid innro Sel
enlllle plans nro Ih-Iiir liiouglit forlli
liolli for the eultlvutloli and inaiiufue
liire of sugar. The cllsensslon mid ln
tirchange or news lire or great ussst
unco to those carrying on the Indus
'resident 13. P. Tenney of tho as
sociation; i; Faxon lllshop, iliaiiumii
of llio labor comiulltei', unit ,1 1
Cocd.e, nil iniw uway from the city, nro
expected back In tlmn for the sessions.
CARD OF THANKS.
.Mrs. A. N (ederlof unci fandly wish
to thank (icncrnl Miieiiinli. the olllecr.s
nud ladles of Kchollelcl Harriieks. tlie
Friiteriial Order of Kicgles, mid frlen.'s.
for their kind attention nnd sympathy
dm Iiir their recent bereavement.
A Few Examples of What We Mean By Bargains
Our Sale Closes Saturday, Oct. 1 4
We have hundreds of other Dargains In sots, and we can givo you most anything you want and
at tho prico you want it.
The Crossroads Bookshop,
BROWN 4 LYON COMPANY, LTD.
(Continued from Pane 1)
7. Thero Is a large area of land suitable for homes In Hawaii, the uno
of which as such will not Interfere with the sucjar estates at all, but when
such lands are cut up for homes tho matter ot transportation ami a mar
ket are left In such condition that men taklntj up these lands without means
are often compelled, through sheer Inrbllity to maintain themselves upon
their holdlncjs for the requisite time, to sell out to the plantations or other
large landholders, whereupon they are declared to be faithless and fraudu
lent grabbers of public lands.
8. The sea transportation of Hawaii Is in the hands of a monopoly, tlio
history of whose dealings with small shippers within the past ten years
would furnish much light on the question why. small homes and small in
duslries as a whole do not seem lo thrive in Hawaii. I confess myself un
able to suggest Just what ought to bo done, but I am thoroughly satisfied
that no real solution of the quostion, no real start In the right direction, can
be made under an administration such as Governor Frear has given us. Ho
is too strongly affiliated with the plantation interests lo be ablo to see
through them and to deal with them as an outsider, and Ihe plantation In
terests, as long as they find themselves permitted to discourage and kill,
directly or Indirectly, the upbuilding of homes in Hawaii and thus continue
their hold upon land and labor in their own way, will continue to operate
along the same lines. They are not likely lo adopt any new policy except
by determined pressure from outside and Independent sources. I do not ask
you to take my word for It) let an independent commission investigate ihe
conditions In Hawaii and determine for themselves whether actual conditions
are not far different from the natural inferences to be drawn from the gov
ernor's speeches and reports, not that I charge had faitli or misrepresent.-!
tlon, on the part of the governor In his statements, but the other side of the
story the story from tho other point of view is not fully disclosed in
9. I myself have been supported by the plantations in my candidacy
for delegate In the past elections, but I have also been supported of their
free will by tho mass of voters al Ifrgc. I had hoped until recently thai
those In control of the Industrial system of Hawaii would of their own mo
tion and by the pressure of changed conditions conform to the new demand
upon them, and that their protestations of good will to homesteads and n
permanent home population would result In an upbuilding and success of a
movement to secure such results) but successful homesleading Is confessedly
at a standstill in Hawaii today, and tho true attitude of the local adminis
tration and the plantations today seems to be that they Want homesteads to
succeed, If they can succeed so as not lo disturb them or their profits, or
their domination over affairs, which In its final analysis, to all practical pur
poses, means that they do not want homesteads at all or a population at
tached to the soil. Under these conditions and with no promise even of a
change for the better In the future, I do not care to run again ns delegate,
relying upon or asking for the support of the local administration or plan
tation Interests. If I consented to do so, I feel that the people at larqe,
who are looking for some relief In the premises, would repudiate me, and I
would have to be a party to an extensive, coercive and money-spending cam
paign on the part of the plantations to secure reelection. I do not caro to
run under such conditions and upon such terms.
10. In conclusion, I challenge Gov. Frear to an investigation of condi
tions In Hawaii under the charges made, and If only that Investigation be
thorough, searching and mado under conditions so that men will not fear
to speak their minds, there can be but one result, namely, that Gov. Frear,
with all fair concessions to his ability in handling the details of his office
and other matters, will be found not to be the man to guide Hawaii in tho
status where she will naturally begin development as a self-governing com
monwealth along traditional lines. Hawaii is capable of developing thousinds
of homes. There were thousands of such even under ancient Hawaiian rule)
the plantations of Hawaii, cut off from qetting labor, tariff benefits and pub
lic lands, except by making a success of homesteads and home-building,
will fall into line all right, and with such beneficial results to themselves, as
well as to the state, that they will wonder at their former hostility to homo
building tn Hawaii as they now wonder they ever could have stood for the
oenal contract system. But under existing conditions it is evident that such
reformation in their ideas of policy must come from pressure, and deter
mined pressure, from without and not within, and Governor Frear's past
four years In marking time on the vital issue of population in Hawaii de
termines beyond a question that it would bo a crime against the welfare of
Hawaii to give it nothing but a continuation of that same Indecisive rule for
the next four years.
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