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K 2 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H., TUESDAY, OCT. 17, 1911. " "
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I rz m u iiiwunccirnTC c :..L Ajj ik.IL ma..'Utides.--sunandmoon j
I masonic icmpie mmi iuiuol iuil iui mime dim ridiiu ifiuvcia
l.i.ilil (huptir .-2.0. I'. S.
Hawaiian Sumnl lit gii I',
Illinium) I Ii ipli r . I, I).
I. s. Itigul.ir.
All visiting tnambarn of te
Order arc cordially Invited to
iltond meetings of local lodgM
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
it K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
tHARINE F.HG!NtEay 0th Amo
SHEFICIAL AJSIATIQU. eiationi cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets ever) lirst mill third Tuesday
or null iiiunlh In IV.itirnlly Hull, 1 O
() ' building Visiting brothers cur
dlilly Invited In nttuul
W J ItOIIINSON, Sichem.
11 V. TODD, C of K.
fONOLULU LODGE, 610. B. P. 0. X.
flonilulu Lodee No 618, D. P. 0.
Clki, meets In their hall, on Kin
ltreet, near Tort, every Friday eve
alng. Visiting llrotbtire are cordially
'nvlted to alien!.
d v it isi:Niu:rto, rc. it.
OHO T KI.UIXIKU. Sec.
WM. HcKINLEY LODGE. HO. B,
K. o( P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
itenlliK at 7'30 o'clock In K. ot I'.
Ball, cor. Fcrt and llerolanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited t' at
lead. F. F. KII.I1CT, C. C.
K. A. JACOHSON, k. n. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
MertH very llrst mill llilnl Frlil-iy lit
7 SO o'e lock, 1'jllilan Hall, corner Iliro
laiili iiinl Fort streets Visiting hrolli
tm cordially ln Itnl to attend
h DKCKI'lt. C. C.
o !ii:ini:, k of it .t a
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on ammil and fourth Wednes
day ev tiling of iich month at 7 '36
o'doik, hi Sin Antonio Hall, Vim jard
xtirtt. mar Imiuiit Msltlui; broihm
arc iuvltid to utt ml
hi:o a davis, v. r.
KM t M co. Secy.
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
Havo received ex Sierra especially
trimmed STREET and DRESS HATS.
HOTEL ST., Opp. Young Cafe
New Trimmed Hats
Handsome models Just received in
Millinery Parlors, Doston Building
NEW LINGERIE DRESSES,
GOWNS and FALL SUITS. EM
DROIDERED PATTERN SUITS
lo make upl very suitable for evening
Mrs. F. Zeave
CS YOUNG DUILDING
Baby Bonnets and Dresses, Bootees
and Wool Baby Socks) Stamping
1027 Nuuanu Street
NEW, MILLINERY STYLES ON
Ladies' and Men's Hats Reasonably
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rnce-lraek forcco and the icfnrmcrs
Carried Into tho srnntp on n Kt roft ti
er, against tho nettlce of bin pliv Hlcl.ui
wllli etery prpssuru brought to heir
upon liliu In make lilm stay nvvav
with $::o,noo ottered, lilm If bo would
ipfraln from going to t t i. the urn
iilnr gnto nn exhibition of diameter
anil pluck rnrel) witnessed Ho taut
I ho toto tli.it luoko tlio tip
IJtert lout anil hookiuikcr from
Slicepshond H.i to laner) vlllo b.itpd
IVclker iller Hint, mid an mnti at
tempts woie tu.iilo iiihiii lila life when
he liter went to Congtpss tbat ho re
tired at the end f his term iitul re
entetcil legal pr.iellce In Now York
!le linn been out In tlic Orient rep
oenllng New York business Inlet
ists mil Incidentally picking up notes
nn the mlsslonar) work und the M)
Tin contention next wpek will be
n big ,iikI a rousing imp I'(irt -eight
delegates from the Central Union
ilmieli pledged themselves at a meet
ing last night and, dltlcllng up tin
(liurcli membership nn iilllll.itlon.
will t.ecnro oilier delegates. The
Men a Club at St. Andrew 'a Cathe
dral turned Into another organization
of ilelcsatea. Thlrtwuip enrolled
theiusehea and will work III the Kpls
cop.il membership. AltoRcllicr be
tween 1",0 and 200 delegates mo ex
pected In attend the comcntlnti,
ii(K)kki:i:i,i:ii cos pa of iho i:ie-
i lo hIiiIp Ii.iu ubIkik',1 and la coming
to Honolulu lo riHlde
MISS II l WOOD left for Koh.ila
thin moruliiK h) the vte.iuier Manna
Kta She la to make u atay with her
.MUS M I' I'KOSSIilt. wife of the
Icxal uttorne, was an airhal from
the loaat in the I'.ieltle Mall liner
( hlnn thin morning
Mil. AND JIIIS STODAltT me ic
loited .is hiving arrived In Scotland.
mil that Mrs. Slod.irt'a health la
Kleadllj I in proving.
V i: VH,l)i:il and the Mlaaea S
C .mil V Wilder veie iihioiik the pia
teiiRera to atrlvo In the China from
the to.iHt thla inoi nlng
MI1S. i: C I'KTTIT and aon, Ion-
iind I'ettlt, returned from a visit to
the mainland ns passengers In tho I'll
( llii Mull liner China this niornlng
Hvmi:ii SIIAIII' will leao for Iho
Cii.mt bv tho MoiiKOlIn on S.itiirdiiN
to attend Iho annual nieellng of the
C S Cenei.il Appraisers, bold In Now
I. SOLOMON, a S.in rianclKO cIk
m mid toh.iiid man, la a visitor to
Honolulu to ariangc u deal whereby
be III i) enlei lillslncss In the Islands
lie win mi .iirival In tho China this
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The icielpt of IMiuiiiul A Cenlor
for bis ali.ue of tlio Center estate b.a
In on Hied In tho Circuit Court
In the estate of tho late John Diaa,
Mar) Ann DI.ih mid Sliutoii DIiih Hied
theii ruolpta In Iho Circuit Court Ibis
nioinliiK as having nod veil their
A petition lias been lllcd In tho Cir
(lilt Court for the allowaiuo of tho
Haul a counts and t licit distribution
in the (state of the lain I.orrln Kuitpp
Smith, a minor V O Smith la the
Alexander & Il.ildwln received a
(ahhi fiom their New York ollku )('"
terday as follows: ".Mai kit weak.
Decline expected for spot or lie.irli)
sugaiH Itctlnora bidding for spot or
np.irli annum at 7-:u dedlnc"
In Iho i.ihd of Kaliiku Kcaku (vv)
and John .Manilla against Me.i.ii Ke
kiievvn (w) a motion bus been tiliil lu
Iho Ciri uit Court asking for an iqu.il
division of tlio properly Involved In
Iho case to be tmulu b) tho (ourt
LAND BOARD HAS
MINOR CASES UP
The application of tho Kuihum.iuu
So(kt), W'aimcii, Hawaii, fin U,-
siiuaro fed of land diiuu up before
tlio laud bo.iid at its niictlng jistci
ilaj afteiuooii It was ilcildeil to put
up the land to private auction at an
upxpt prlio of $L"i
V S Wise ami llugeno Dejo, who
applied for land Including llsli ponds
known as Uiko.ika at Ktaukah.i, Ha
wall, stated that they wein going to
Hindi them with ojstcls mid llsh as
well as planting lues around Iho Biir-
loundlng laud Tho matter was re
fi rred ovir to thu land commissioner
with tlio suggestion that tho Hoard
would enli rlaln an appllcall,oii for a
loiibo at a niiiuiual rental If tho mat
tei inula bu llxtd up with tho Wal.i-
la.i Mill ( (inipany
MARTIN DID NOT REACH
HILO STAYED HERE
Although the morning paper Htate-d
Hint Water Chief V K .Mai tin was
gone mid nilthcr had lie any luleuliiui
Ron ami iiollher had he nil) inlenlloii
ol iIoIiik ho liiHtead lio left fur l'.iuon
where lie Is lUIng up a dock ugisler
lor incasuilng the Mow of watir there
Mr Martin plans to have for Ha
waii on tho Mauna liu next Kilday,
win re ho will make homo fuither in
vcstlgatams Into the water supplies of
the lllg Ihlaml At tin piesent time,
however, li k whole time is taken up
Willi thing rcglHteia throughout this
Island mi dial In time to loino ho inn
gc iv (iiuiplcto lecord of tho rainfall
on every pari of It
II u I Ic 1 1 ii Killlrirlal Itoom Vlinnr
2185 Hiilletlu lluslnem Oillce
City Transfer Co.
JA8. rl. LOVE
VERY FEW TOURISTS LEAVE
LINER CHINA AT THIS PORT
Missionaries and Philippino Government Employees Arc In the
Majority Mauna Kea Departed With Several Volcano
Visitors Mauna Loa Returned From Kona and Kan With
Large and varied Cargo Windjammer Away for Sound.
Of the twenty cabin and second
clash passengers ho arrived nl Ilo
nolulii at noon toil ly In ,lho I'.iclllc
Mall Intermedlato Steamship Chlu.i.a
ory few could Hafclj bo placed In
Iho tourist class. Or the numbci
wore members of families of army olli-
ccra, as well as a sprinkling of kntn.i
ulnns. Sixty deported Chinese nro belnK
kept under strict minrd ilurliiK tho
flay or tho China at the Kirl These
Orientals were rounded up iiIoiik Iho
coast without buvliiK In tlielr ihisscs
sloii the necessary ilocumenls which
entitled them to the pi Iv lieges of u
residence In Iho land of tho frco and
tho homo of tho trusts.
Tho China will rcnnlu at Channel
wharf until leu o'clock tomorrow
morning before sailing for Japan and
China ports. Tho vessel has no caiRo
for Honolulu, though whllo hero a
shipment of six bundled Ions coal will
bu taken almanl,
Tho through cargo Is mntul) made
up of cotton. There Is ncarl) two
thousand tons or this coinniodlt.v on
hontil for dlsch.ilgo at tho Japanese
Among tho through passengers lire
between tucntj-dvo and thirty mis
sionaries or their families, l'or Ma
nila, there Is en routo nearly fifty
Philippine Insular government cm
plopes. Twentv passenger left tho xefscl
lit this port, while the thiiiugh Hat
Includes 115 cabin, ti second class mid
1.10 Asiatic steerage,
Tho local postomce received 317
racks of laler mainland mall. The
China maintained her well cnnied-To-
putathm as a speedy traveler and
camo down to the Islands from S in
l'r.iuclsco In llvo djs and twcnlj
Among thu tbiour;h p-issciigcrH am.
Mrs. 1'etcr Il nip. vvlfp of Iho former
puscr of tho liner Siberia, who Is
liovv connected with the firm of Cjs
tlo Iliothers. Wolf & Co. of Manila;
Miss Mabel Ouppy ol San Joso who
goes to the l'a" Kast to accept a po-
dtlon as Instructor at tho Unlverslt.v
ol Tokujo; Dr. Tnlra Slilde. profPHMii
of lilstoiy at Iho University of To
kujo. who Is returning homo mini an
exlenslvo tour; Mrs. W. .1. Ciitbbert.
Mrs .Maud Tohln. William Sclirooder
and (lustavo Scliuttc.
Bringing Coals from Newcastle.
Tlirio sailers are now on Iho way
from Novvcislle, N S. W., wllli shlp
menlH of coal destined for Iho Ha
waiian Islands. Tho American bii
kentlno Kokn Head with fuel for dis
charge at Kahiilul is out thlrt)-sl
di) from Iho Australian port. Tho
barkcutlno J, C. Me.vcr Is another
windjammer loaded with Australian
coal and now out twent-iiliio d.ijs
from Newcastle Tho American
M-hooncr Kspailu wns oxpeclcd to
havo sailed from Now cast lo last week
for Iho Islands,
Tho Norwegian stcam'sIMp IJIsawlth
((Ml sailed flout Newcastle nineteen
da.vs ago and should arrlvo hero h
thu last of Iho Week.
Sparks from the Wireless,
Wlieloss messages iccelvcd at eight
o'clock last night fmm steamers en
routo to the Islands Included the fol
lowing: M. N S -S. I.urllnc, en routo from
San Francisco, 8 p. m 4fin miles off;
moderate t radon and sea.
O. S. S Sierra, en routo fiom San
I'riinelKco, 8 p. in. RIO miles "ill from
San Francisco; modcrato wind; long
wcstoily swells; weather, overcast
Lurllne Tomorrow Morning.
Tho Mntson Navigation steamer
I.urllnc Is nearlng tho Islands on tho
ongo fiom San Francisco and la duo
to unlvo at tho port tomorrow moru-
lng, eoniliig Hlong sldo Hnekfeld
wharf. This pssej Is roimrtod will
bring SS passengers and nearly llvo
thousand tons general cargo for ills
charge at Honolulu. In addition lo
thU fiolght there Is 025 tons for Ku
I ml ill.
W.C, Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family trade a Specialty
(' Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Mauna Loa Laden With Beasts and
Laden with iroducts of Hawaii, In
cluding shipments or beasts and birds
Hie Inter-Island steamer Mauni Uii
was nn parly arrival Ibis morning.
i'ioiii Kona and Kau imrls of call
there arrived a fair Hired list of pas
sengers both In the cabin and on deck
The freight list Included horses, dogs,
turkevs, cowb, calves, pigs, chlckuis,
30 head cattle 23 sacks tarn IS bales
hides. I!) sacks aw a 41 cases fruit.
2E0 bales tobacco. In 10 sucks coffee,
ISKi cases of pineapples, I'.nOO sicks
rugar and l$o packages siimlilea. Tho
Mauna 1-on Is scheduled to depart for
Kona and Kau nt noon Irlda.v.
Wreckers Abandon Steamer Ramona.
On the bleak and louol shores rr
Spanish Ishnd, tho slcinier Kunoiri
of tho l'nclllc Coast Stc.uushlp Com
pany, now llos a totul wieck, Ihp olll
(I.iIh bating .ibindoued her altei gel
ling what thc.v ciulit out of tho es
Lcl. An emirt may be made to save
Iho boilers and geai, hut nothing will
bu ilouo In that direction until next
spring. Tho dlveis with consldciablc
difficulty, sated the ticisuic cargo of
(he lost vessel
Changes on the China,
A fan changes bate been made In
tho personnel of ollUois lu die popu
lar l'nclllc Mall liner China. A. I).
Tlbbets. chief olllcer. Is absent on
this trip during which time he Is to
tnko bis vacation which will be spent
on tho AtMilillc co 1st. R Lentil, for
nier second nllnor In tho China bus
been elevated to tho rank of chief
officer during tlio absence or Tlbbets
Mrs. .Multl.ind. tho well liked stew
ardess lu the China has left that tea
sel ami lu(i position is belli); tilled by
Nllhau Will Re Well LaCen.
The Inler-lslaml steamer Nllhau
v;lilch Is due lo arilvo at Iho port on
Krlduj morning Is leporled as well
laden with productH Irom the Island
of Hawaii. Tho tesscl Is reported lit
dlscliaigliig at I'uiialiiu and to load
II. no sugiu at that port, tho vessel
will also lie given in bales of sisal and
latei to take on limn s.id.s A.-ll. aug
ur befoie (ailing at Nupoopon foi L' 1 J
rases of 1 1 ('served pineapples ami 1o0
backs ofc" 'I lie Nllhau will also cill
at Kalliii for "no aildltiou.il sacks col
fee befute h turning to Honolulu.
Passengers in the Lurllne.
Among Iho pnssongcis oxpeclcd to
arrive at Honolulu tomorrow morning
I com tho Coast lu Iho Matsun Navi
gation Htcimei I.urlluo arc; Mr. and
Mis. Sam 1 1 1 sir. John (lulld and fam
ily and I C. (i.iugoi, who is iiiunect
cd witli the Coast and (leodetlc Sur
Bright Eyes for Pearl Harbor.
Six povvciful Heart Ii lights for Pearl
tlarhoi ate a part of Iho cirgo lu Iho
Matsoii Navigation steamer l.urllne
which Is lo arilvo at tho port tomor
row morning. Tho search lights pis
scss shtv Inch lenzes and are con
slderod the l.irgct ovor used in tho
Now Due at Hllo.
lllln shlppcis oxpect Iho nrrivnl of
Iho Ameilc.in Kcliooner .Minnie A.
Calllo from Cvorntl. WiiHlilnclon. at
any time. Tills tesscl Is now six
teen ilaj h out wllli a full Hhlptuuit
of lumber fur Hawaii Importers.
Newsboy to Arirve Dally.
Tho American barkentlno Nowshoy
Is ono of several windjammers load
ed with liimboi that uro duo to ar
rlvo ut this port ut any du. Tho
vessel sailed from CJrnyt Harbor sov
enteen days ago.
Sugar on Windward Hawaii,
I'uisur Sheldon of tho liitcr-Islaml
stonmcr Jlauna Um arriving from
Kona and Kau polls icports thu tot
lowing sugar as awaiting shipment.
Piinnluii 721 and !Ioiiuuk 44tr sacks
S s p e 3
p ja t?S jj - s
1 i -S -I X -
a tn p in ii in
II TV 17 711 Htt Sis 53
p tit a tit. I
13 o II. -i' Ii; .-, 16 ii 531
IS" i 131 JV. 70U .10 STJ
SIW II SJ3 SHI B.H) S?6
n in l I" I
: iv 1,1 ii Ms s.M oeo Sri
3.21 10 3.10 912 oil am $
IB It T IS 9V, 1(111 BOI til
New moon Oilolxr 21 nfS..18 p. In.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(SN-rlul Cnhlc to .Merclninls'
Tiiesilnj, (lololier 17.
SjN KHANUIHUO Arrlvoil Oct. 17, 9
ii in , S. S. Wilhelmliiii, hence Oct.
SAN I'UANCISCO Sailed Oct 17. J p.
in , h H .Manchuria, for Honolulu
VICTOIUA Arrived. Oct. 17, tl. S.
Zcnlamlla. hence October 10.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Oct. 17, 3. S.
.Mppou Warn, for Honolulu.
KAHtjI.tn Arrived Oct. 1", bktno.
Koko Head, 2C, days from Newcastle.
VIHI:L1:sS S. S. l.urllne: Will dock
at Hnekfeld wharf caily tomorrow
S S. China sails for Yokohama nt 10
a, m. tomoirow.
Harrison Freighter for Honolulu.
Krcd I. Wnldron, local representa
tive for tho Harrison lino freighter
Crown of (lallada, Is In receipt of ad
vices announcing tlio departure of tlio
llrltlsh steamship from Liverpool cm
October llh. Tlio vessel Is expected
to arrive here not tutor than Novem
ber L'Stb, with n gcncrul cargo of IJu
Tho Steamship Crown of Dal Icla Is
reported by the local agents to hate
cleared Liverpool for Hawaii on Octo
ber 4, and Is due to nrrlto hero on
Nevadan'i Boatswain Killed.
The Amerlcan-Hnwaliau freighter
Novndan arrlted at Sallna Cruz, tluce
ilajs late, and loportcd hating' been
detained as the result of heavy wea
ther, probably tho same disturbance
that proved too much for the City of
I'jnama. Tom Johnson, the Ncvadan's
boatswain, Is reported to lute been
killed during tho storm, Tho vessel
ts thought to hate escaped Injury.
Salvage Company Enters New Field.
It Is reported that tho Paget Sound
Tugboat Comp.iti, which has been
perfecting arrangements for general
salvngu work between Portland mid
Iho Paget Sound along tho Pacific
coast, will havo a large lug, tho Go
llah, stationed In tho vicinity ol dray's
Harbor. It Is the Idea or the coin
pan) working north of Portland In
tlio towing business lo keep flto or
six tugs condnuallv pi) lug tho Paci
fic coist. The vessels will all be
equipped with wliclcss ami will be
read) at a moment's notice to answer
uny distress sign il K.ieh tin; will
have provisions mid fuel sufficient to
last tliem shty das enabling them If
necesbarj lo go halfway acioss the
Pacific ocean lo pick up disabled ves
sels. It Is the company's plan to tow
lumber rafts from Cray's Harbor mid
Portland to San Francisco and San
JACK spy, IS
Jack Scull), former saloon man of
Honolulu, amusement promoter and
manager of Didler Mnsnu, tho Flench
aviator at least when they left hero
ts In troubln of a serious nature on
the Coast, according to the following
clipping f i out tho San Francisco
Clnnnlclo of October 11:
Advices weiu recelted yesterday by
the local police that John T. Scull), n
Los Angeles saloon man, wanted hero
on a eh.ngo of grand larceny by trick
and device, was under uriest ut Port
land, Or. Detedlto Sergeant llcrt
Wien will go after tho prlsonoi. A
win rant was recently Issued by Pollco
Judgo Dcasy for Scully on complaint
of IL J. Itoblnsnn of tho Stewart ho
tel. 31ir deary stroet. Ilobluson nl
leges Scully passed u draft for $.150
on tho hotel referring to a deposit In
a Honolulu bank und then instantly
withdrew Ills deposit and lied north.
CLEGH0RN BOYS PAY'OVER
MONEY AND GET ESTATE
Peicy T, A, ami Finnic Clcghorn
liato paid over tho $7500 neccasury
for their acquisition of tho proporty
near tho Queen bull I on Nuuanu street
which was left them under their fath
Tho piuvlslons of tho will laid down
Hint wl)eii they paid over $7500 then
tho property should go to them and
thoy would bo rreeil from tneir nnii
gallons to tho trusteoB In this tespect,
Tho document was tiled ut tho 1m
leim ot conveyances this morning.
Weekly Haltla tl 0" year,
Hlk's head bndgn with sm ill diamond
Finder nleuvo return to this oillce
Tuesday, Oct. 17,
Snn t'ranclsco China, 1'. M. S. S
Kona and Kau isirts Mauna Iam,
slinr., n. m, v
Tuesday. Oct. 17.
l'nget Souinl wirts llulelio, Am
schr,, n in.
Hllo via way ports Maun.i Kca,
fctmr., 10 n. tn.
Hawaii ports Wallcle,, slnir., noon.
I PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per P M. S. 8. China, from Snn
rranclsco. Oct. 17. lir Honolulu:
(1. . Hell. A. V. i:lsen. .). S. Fill
more, C. K, Ung. Mrs. U. C. Petit,
Master Leonard Pcllt, Mrs. M. I.
Pressor, Miss M. Schiiiiunn, L. C. So
lomon, V. i:. Wilder, Miss S. Wilder,
Miss O. Wilder. Miss V. Wilder. Witt,
Schiodcr. (1. Scliuttc, T. Shldcharu.M.
1 uery. Win, Schultr, Mrs. W. Schullz.
Tliiouglt: J, V. litanchnrtl, Mrs. J. V.
HUnchnrd, Mrs, C. O. Vincent, Miss
Tomle. C. o. Vincent, Mrs. W. .1. Cuth
bert. Miss M. Ouppy, Mrs. J, II. Mor
ris, MIks Mnrlon A. Morris, Miss Anne
V. Perkins, Miss Libel U Perkins.
Mrs. John Kclfsnidcr, Miss Lucy Helf
snldcr, Miss Mary C. Worlcy, Mrs.
Mnrlo A. Fowler, C. CI. (lawman, P. F.
Hamilton, T. W. Jocobgou, Mrs. T. V
JacobHon, Miss Alfhltd Jacobson Mrs.
II, Jannlcke, Mrs. L. P. Jones, Mnster
Ernest Jones, Mrs. A. II. Lefeboro,
Itev. C. S. Mcdhurst. Mrs. C. S. Med-
hurst, Miss GladjB IL I). Mcdhurst,
If. E. Meigs, Mrs. F. K. Meigs, F. Ii
Meigs. Jr.. V. U Nordlund, Mrs. V. L.
Nordlund, Matter J. Nordlund, Miss
.Mildred Nordlund, i;. I), pcarson. i
V, Plorce, Mrs. U W. Pierce, .Mnster
Herbert pierce, Curl Splilra, i;, c,
Steinberg. Mrs. IX C. Steinberg, Mrs
W. I. Thiio, J. J. Wcstrup, Miss K.
Wllkcreon, Mrs. Mary, Altkcn, W. M.
llartholomcw, II. U Urnmau. (Icorgo
llrotkl.urst. P. W. Clinlern Tlios. 1 1.
Charter, Chin Wing, Mrs. Chlug Shea
unnn, .miss unow .lee poong, cjnas. r,
Chirk, .Mrs. Charles Darnellle, F. M,
Dancy. Mrs. IL B. Dlot, Adam U Ks-
telle. Mrs. Adam I.. Kstcllc, F. FJtr
en, Itcv. J. A. (llencloniilng. Mrs. J, A,
Cllendcnnlng and lnfiiiit. Miss J. (lien
c'cnnlug, Miss M. (llendcnnliiR. Mnster
A. OlendcnnliiB. Miss A. Wilson, O.
(loobel, II. M. Iloge, Mrs. P. ll)rup,
IC A. Jordan, Mrs, H, A. Jordan, Mrs,
II. Lancaster, Miss Klslo Lancaster,
C. 1ilir, Miss U McCnrter, Mrs. J. M.
McJack, Master L. McJack, Master (1.
McJack, Miss J. Meadows, J. 11 Nor
rls, Mrs. .1. R. N'orrls, S. It. Norrlfl,
Miss 12. Norrls, Ng Chun Sam, Mrs. U
Nlssen, J. Olmus, Miss Palmor, K. A.
Peterson, Mrs. B. A. Peterson, 11. r.
Pope, Mis. N. ItusnuisBcn, Mrs. .1. W.
Itclghley, Miss Hazel Itelghlcy, .1. W.
Hobblce, Mrs. i;. M. Salmon, Miss Ii.
Sheldon, It. P. Sherman, K. R. Smith.
D.DS., V. K. Smith. Peter Son Ma).
Mrs. M. C Stotens, W. II. Thomp
son, Mrs. W. H Thompson, Miss U.
a. loiiin. j. it. west. .,
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, from Kona
and Kau ports, Oct. 17. A. J. Uolllng.
Ah Long, Rev. I). Toda, 1-nlhor (Icr
nnl, K. Dekuni, Mrs. J. I). Paris, Mrs.
Mini. C M. Ilardco. J. Kellctt, 1). Mc
Corrlslon. F. Wright, C J. McCarth)
J. Ako, F. dome., T. Ichldn, C. J
Sclienkcl, P. Hose, P. Bsplndu and 90
Per stmr. Maium Kea, for llilo tla
way ports, Oct. 17. F. F. Ilaldvtln,
"alhei Valentine, Father lloollhon,
Miss C. S. Wilght. A. Mason, wife
und iluughtci, II. Sblpmaii and Miss
Clara Slilpman, A. (1. llcor, A. C.
Wheeler, It. 8. Young U. .1. Sinllh
and wife, J. I). McOiow, Mr. and Mrs
O. II. J'lchl and two children. J. llui-
rls McKonzIo, Miss Ilitmisou, Miss
Wnldo, W. Philip, M. F. Intonsteln,
O ,H. Mctzger, Mrs. J. Walker Mrs.
Sodlcr, U-on A. Ouonson, Mrs. I). A.
Ilogcis. Or. S. Ynmamoto, Clin Cluing
II. Yuzlrl and wife.
Competition at Portland It Keen.
Opposition Ins developed at Port
land In tho last few months In prac.
tlcully otcr) branch of tho big Indus
ti) of shipping towage ami pilotage,
htctedoilng. furnishing ships with
eiovvs, thu stinting of new Hues, etc
The now order of affairs was started
with tho establishment of a now pilot
association, which engaged lu the
business of piloting vessels between
Astoria mid Portland. Prior to tills,
howetcr. Independent pilots ttcro op
erating t tho mouth of the Columbia,
piloting tcsK'ls In and out of tho riv
er, hut they had peifcctcd no organi
zation. Then it new stevedoring com
pany was formed anil maclu arrange
ments for loading and discharging
vessels coming lo Portland. Until re
cently hut one shipping master fol
lowed the vocation of, furnishing tho
ships with sailors, hut now thoro are
(wo lu tho business. The Inst un'l
most Important inovo In tho opisisl
t Ion Hue, howovor was that of the
Paget Sound Tugboat Company, which
will cut Into tho earnings of tho Port
of Portland by tho establishment of
a lowago and pilotage service at tho
eutranco to tho Columbia unci on tho
What Is said In ho hut u fororunnoi
of many special steamship exclusions
which will bo made from Snn Fran
cisco to Iho Cunul Zona during tho
noxt few jcars. was announced re
cently. Tho well-known Pnnutun lino
sloamor Peru Iibb boon selected to
inaugurate Iho sorvlco ns a feeler
Tho Pel u will bo placed In flrst-cluss
condition for tho unusual vojago and!
will steam fiom San Francisco on
October 2S fen Hal boa direct. Tho ex
clusion will extend otcr thlrt)-llve
ilats. The fnto of $75 Includes all
expenses on Iho tojago, as well as n
week's stay nl the Tlvoll Motel In
ON THE TRAIL ,
A Mrkt Intcsllgatlon of all Ilia
drug stores In tho illv and county la
to be sturltil b) PoihI Commissioner
lMvvanl It lllniidi ird within u few
i!n)s. He does not iinlldpato tbat ho
will lluil nut troubln iimoiig (lie I ireo
llrnis, but thinks tbat there arc num
bcrn of kiiihII places where drugs nro
bebiR sold without a license, and those
arc the ones he Intends to rope In
When be made his II) lug visits tn
the olbcr Islands bo ciimo across tlio
name thing The troulilo lies chlelly
iiniouK the Chinese unci Jnpaneso
stores, the owners of vvbkh carry
drugs without first bating obtained a
license The Jnpmesp Druggists' A"
soclatlon lias offered lilm nil the help
It can, and so hate some of the Chi
nese. Under n tnble up In the department
are boxes full of Chinese and Japan
ese drugs of various kinds, and Mr.
lllincharil has a list of tin m, giving
their names mid uses He bad to dt
rather hard on one brand of Japtneso
intent medicine that was iulvcrllciliis
nn c)p lotion nnd nt tho same tlmu us
being good for cuts, wounds and
bruises Tho Japanese merchant who
handled tho stuff explilned tho c urleius
fact by siDlng that If the lotion was
uscil for tho ()rs mid these were kept
In good order, no one would ctcrbrulso
himself, us he would see where bo tvua
That Food Commissioner Din aid II.
ninuchnrd has not let up In connec
tion with the Investigations he stint
ed some time a no Into the miuufie
ture or pol will ho round by two more
Chinese manufactures who are loeoniu
before the court nnd answer Iho
charges that will ho laid ngalnst tlicin.
Two or the samples that ho took
during tho week prut oil to he below
standard and ns n consequence ho
has determined to prosecute In both
cases. "I have no grudgo against
an) one," ho stated this morning, "but
ut tho snmo time I intend tn sec that
the pol In this town comes up lo Iho
standard that Is set by law."
PARKER IS HERE
ON A VACATION
Donald Pinker, law partner of for
mer U. S Senator Flint, or California,
and one of the most piomlncnt men
In Southern California, Is In Honolu
lu, guest of tho Seaside hotel.
Ho Is otcr here recuperating after
a breakdown In his health and In Uncl
ing tho rest and upbuilding that ho
needs. Ho Is accompanied by lis
Mr Parker Is hugely Inteiested In
valuable oil piopcrticH and his hold
ings in Iho California liclds pro exten
sive. His, home Is In I is Angeles
Tuberculosis mado an extra spuit
for tho last period of fifteen ea)s end
ing October 15 and during Unit tlmo
killed on nlno people as against thu
ono killed by I'lphtberla.
Tills Im (ho linirnut tii.tril,i Hi il Ii .a
occurred for homo tlmo although din
ing inu insc pcrum ii was wiiiiin a
double nf this figure. The report was
filed with tho boa id of health this
morning, coming (pint tho registrar
of births, deaths and marriages.
United Stales Marshal Kiigenu II.
Ilendiy or Honolulu; William Hour),
High Sherllf ami Waidcn of'ho Oiliti
Penitentiary, and (luurel William
Woods will arilto on tlio hteaiushlp
bleu a tills morning with And. n sou
(Iruco, fi negro, anil John Wynne,
white, convicted murderers, who
hate been sentenced to llfo Imprison
ment nt tlm Federal penitentiary nt
Leavenworth, Kiib. (luaid WmmIh Is
noted for having ti allied Corbi tt fen
his light with John L. Sullivan at New
Orleans. United States Mai dial El
liott will escort tho party to tho 10:20
a. m. train 'for tho cast. Deputy Unit
ed States Marshal II. F. Tovvlo will re
turn to this city on tho same Mourn
er, hating delivered u prisoner to tho
Honolulu authorities. S. F. Chionlde.
Noeau to Sail This Evening.
Tlio Inler-lslaml steamer Noeau Is
on tho berth to sail for Kauai ikhIh
ct llvo o'clock this evening taking
gcncrul cargo and cxploslcs to wind
I Curei Com
btomach and Liter
Cures the Kidneys.
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