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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1311.
l.calil ClinpliT No. i, 0. r. S.
ll.twall.in cininl Degree.
Illinium) 1'h.iplrr i, I, ).
V.. N. Regular.
AM rltltliiK rnrabirn ol ts
Order ire cordially lurlted to
ittand meetings of local Indues
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
it K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
"J a m h a n 9
waninc cnuincciu 0thet Alio
CKEFICIAL AFSIATIOH. ciation. cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every llrs nml tlilnl Tuesday
o eiu'li month In IVutirnlty Hall, I. O
O. 1''. building. Visiting brothers cor
dlally Invited tn attend.
W J. IIOIIINSO.W Sachem.
II V. TODD, O of H.
HONOLULU I0DQE, 616. B. V. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. 818, n. P. 0.
Clks, mccto in their ball, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday eve
nluc. Visiting Ilrotben are cordially
itilt. to attend
i) v n isMNiwrto, n. n.
OHO. T KI.l'EUUL, Sec
yr. McKINIEY LODGE. HO. 8,
K. of P.
Metis etery 2nd and 4th Saturday
ienlti(5 at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor, Fort and llerotanla. Visit
ing brotborn cordially luvtted t'i at
tend. P. F. KII.11ET, C. C-
K. A. JACOUSON, K. R. I.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
McclH ci cry first uml third Friday at
T SO o'clock, I 'j Hi In ii Halt, corner Here
Inula iind Fort direct,,. Visiting lirolh
irs cordially Invited to attend.
s. ni:cKi:it, o. c.
O lICl.Ni:. K. of it .VL a
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. O E.
Mrcts on Hcroml nml fourth Wednes
day evening of each month lit 7:"0
o'clock. In S.m Antunln Hall, Vineyard
btrcct, nor Ihimiii. Visiting brother
nr Invited to att lul.
UKO A. DAVIS, W. P.
Vt'.M. (' M'C'OY, Secy.
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
Have received ex Sierra especially
trimmed STREET and DRESS HATS.
HOTEL ST, Opp. Young Cafo
New Trimmed Hats
Handsome models just received In
Millinery Parlors, Boston Building
HI! ' I Pll II
ECEIVCD ex S. S. Lurline, the lat-
est styles in LINGERIE, EVEN-
' INQ COATS, and EMDROIDER-
CD MARQUISETTES in boxes. All
kinds of novelties.
Mrs. E. Zcave
68 YOUNQ BUILDINQ
9' Baby Bonnets and Dresses, Bootees
and Wool Baby Socks) Stamping
1027 Nuuanu Street
NEW MILLINERY STYLES ON
Ladies' and Men's Hats Reasonably
A.-H. DOING A t
Completing nil' eight-day voyage
froin Sun Francisco, tho American
ullw.iilnu freighter Nrbrnsknn ns tin
mrlvnl ut lloiioliilii early this morn
ing and went alongside" the railway
wharf to discharge some two thou
sand toiiH general nutlnhind cat go.
Tlio N'ebinskati brings n largo ojiinn
llty of N'ew Voik ft eight beside bohhi
linen of cnigo In hond Almost the
entire shipment wus trnniihlppcd nt
Sallnn Cruz from tlio steamers ply
ing on the Atlantic.
Captain (t II. Knight In mauler of
tin" Xobrnskon and he hns heen re
new ing friendships today lifter an ab
sence of neatly two yours. The Ne
braskali wus once Included In the licet
of American-Hawaiian vessels on the
triangular run which Included tlio Ha
waiian Islands. Thin vessel bus of
late liecn engaged In n trade between
Snlinu Cruz and Paget Sound ports.
Captain KnlKlit stntos that tlio Amor-Ican-Haw'iillan
vessels are at present
doing n big business In tlio transpor
tation of cargoes gathered nt Seattle,
Tncninii, I'oitland and San Francisco.
The Virginian sailed for Sallnn Cruz
Just before tho dcp.irture of this Nc
hrasknii for Honolulu, this vessel tak
lug one of the largest conslgiinienls of
pioducts In her history The cargo
totaled I2,5ni) tons for Kuropo and At
l.intlo coast ports Threo thousand
tons was loaded at tho Oakland wharf.
Tlio cargo Includes fully 5000 tons of
dried fruits unit raisins for European
shipment. This amounts to possibly
two per cent of thu season's crop.
There was also a considerable tonnage
of canned fruits and canned salmon.
ALIEN CASE .
(Continued from Page 1)
allegation that she was suffering flom
the dlseaso at tho time of her want
lug to re-enter Hawaii and when she
was examined by the doctor on this
occasion, nml demands that bIio be
admitted. Her husband is n cano con
tractor at the Olaa .Mill.
Inspector Drown this morning filed
tils return lo the habeas corpus with
the court and Hit woman Is through
her attorneys to fllo a. traverse. The
case was continued until tomorrow
Involved In Hie case Is n much big'
gcr Issuo than that brought out In
court, as It effects (ho erillic Imml
grallon policy of tho United Slates
whiting to tlio treatment of aliens
who seek to re-enter the country aft
er having onco established n resi
dence licio. ami who when they try
lo come back, mo found diseased. Tho
cat-o will be carried to tlio supreme
com I of the United States should tlio
Federal authorities loto In tho lower
LARGE ENTRY LIST
Drawings nod handlcaiiH for the Ma
nna Tennis ("lull's handicap, which Is
' heiliilcil In start Saturday afternoon,
nun made this morning Practically
all dm club regulars uro entered fur
lioth singles and dnuliUs, and tile tour
nament promises to lie one of the best
ever pulled off on the Milley courtK
Following lira the classllled entries:
'lass A (owe U) Hteere, Donald
t'lass II (scratch) fireenvvell, Dr.
tl.ildnlu, Irwin, llc.ullc, lleinenway,
Class I" (receive 15) Schmidt, im
Dainm, Mclntyrc. Krnest Itoss, A. I
Andrews, V. II duct.
Class l' (receive :S0) D. O. May.
The dmvviiiHH for the singles resulted
hi the following pairings;
Schmidt, vs. II Itoss, (locti! vs. Hem
(iivvny, areenwell vs. Ilaldwlu, Irwin
vs Iteanlinore, Sleero-vs. Ileiulh,, Mc
Intyio vs. von Datum, AndrewH vs.
winner Schinldt-i:. Uosh, May. vs. win
ner Mclntyro-voni Damnie t ..i
Doubles CJoetrii mid Ilenrdmnroi(dus
half 1G) vs. II Itoss and Hlnglohurst
(plus half 15); n. Itoss iiiuL von Dnmin
(scratch) vs. Steero land lleinenway
(plus half 15); Mclutyre ami Ilaldwln
(plus half 15) vs. Andriiws und (Jreen
well (plus Imir 15); Sclinildt nml Irwin
(plus half 15) vs.voMay. .uml Iloadlo
Advices tii.IJim's Review. from item)
ing tradn eouters tlirnuglinut I lien Unit
ed Slates Indicato that. Jolilwrs uio
gennrtilly busy on current supplies,
demand being urgent' in Homo In
Flour prices advanced bnrnilso of
thu dentil of roclinocitv In Canada L'tl
to i.Wonts ir linrrPrMiiiMlittHMciult'
unlit' 2jEr.hiUlKu.,ut St4 lunula. r
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
l'AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to euro any case, of Itching, Blindf
.Hlccdinfror Protruding Piles in 6 to'
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
U.S. of A.
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE
SCARCITY OF THGE BRINGS
Few Disengaged Vcssejs On the Coast Mauna Loa, Claud
ine, Likclike Arc Listed Jor Departure Tomorrow Sierra
Bringing Fair- Cargo and Many Passengers Nebraskan
Here With New York Freight.
Sovcn well known windjammers
tnako up a goodly portion ol the fleet
that Is nt present on the wny down
from I'ugct Sound with shipments of
lumber and large timber, Suvcial of
theso vessels are bringing material to
bo used In tlio construction of build
ings nt Pearl Harbor naval reserva
tion. Hy the I.urllno comes report that u
considerable scarcity of loiinngc ex
ists on tho Coast, Practically all sea
worthy sailing craft have been placed
under charter for tlio season. Lumber
rates hold firm nt an advance, of
about twciity-lhc per cent over the
To load nt Tncnnin nro noted tho
schooners Annie M. Campbell, Ktlicl
Zano, Salvntor, Allco Cooke and Sa
lem and tlio barkcntluo John Smith.
Tho schooner Allco Cooko will etimo
to tho Tacoma Mill Company's plant
rrnm Honolulu. Tho schooner Annie
.M. Campbell will emtio In tho sumo
mill from San Pedro. Tho barkcutlnc
John Smith comes from Kaanapalt mid
will load cargo of lumber nl the north
end mill. Tho schooner Klhol Zano
Is scheduled lo come to tho Tnconm
Mill Company's mill for cargo. For
Pent I Harbor Is duo In nnlvc tho
schooners Lottie Dennett, and per
haps one or two other sallcis.
Goat.Huntera Return With Trophies.
"Dig Hill" Jarrctt, Sheriff of tho
City und County of Honolulu and nov
i". mighty nlmrtxf, In lha( ho was a
prominent figure. In tho campaign of
extermination or festive and nctlvo
goals on the Island of Kuhoolawo
was n passenger In tho Inter-lulaml
rlcamcr Muuiia Ken which arrived tit
tin early hour this morning.
Seven bundled goat skins mo de
clared tu reward of tho hunters who
participated In tho raid on the "bil
lies and nannies'' which Infest tho
wilds of Knhoohiwo. Tho hunting ox
pcdlllon was conducted by Supervisor
Kben 1iw, but tho latter omehl de
cided lo remain on his Island domain
for further conquests.
Purser Plillllim of the Mauna Ken
states Hint light trades und smooth
.sons woro tlio tulo most of tho home
ward trip. Tlio steamer returned with
a fair list of cabin and deck passen
gers and ftelglit Including shipments
of the usual "omptles," 2H0 packagos
sundilcs, IS crates sewing machines,
32 cords wood, I iiulos, cralos of pig
nml chickens und liquors. Thu .Ma
nna Kea Is tu still on a return trln
lo Hllo and way ports tit ten o'clock
1 ucsdtiy morning.
Small Booking for the Lurline.
Unless mi additional number of pas
Bengers aro secured for tho Mnlsoii
Navigation steamer Lurline, that ves
se will sail for San Francisco on noxt
Tuesday evening with but twenty peo
ple in her cabins. At all tho local
steamship offices a very light passen
ger business Is reported at this sea
son of tile year. Tho Slorra on tho
borth for departure for San Francisco
on next Wednesday morning litis but
fifty passengers booked thus far, Tlio
Mongolia tho largo Pacific Mall liner
Willi loom for otto bundled mid twenty
llvo passengers will in nil probability
letno tho port on Sunday morning for
Han Francisco taking less than sixty
pnsscngoiH ftom Honolulu.
Sierra Has Fair List of Par.sengers.
'I ho oceanic steamship Sierra Is
Hearing tho Islands with her cabins
about half filled with passengers. A
wlrcloBs message from her officers an
nounces that tho steamer is duo to
,urrlvo nt Honolulu early tomorrow
lifornlng with 134 cabin and 23 slenr
ugo pabsongors. Tho vebsel Is bilng-
ing a mainland mull of 140 sacks and
a general riugo. As tho Slotra. can
comfottnbly nccoiumndtito two hiin-that
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors, Tel J704
Family Trade a Specialty
(Mont Rouge' Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
IN LIBER RATES
tired nml thirty In her cabins tho
steamship Is not crowded on the pros
The following wireless message litis
neen tccclved by the Agents from tho
O. S. S. Co.'s S. S. Sierra bound for
s. H. Siena, ut sea, Oct. 18, R p. m.
G2I tulles from isirt. 131 cabin pas
sengors. 25 steerage pnsscngoi s. 140
sacks mall. 2531! tons cargo and Wells
tar Uxpress matter.
Will arrive early Friday morning,
Will dock at the Oceanic wlmtf foot
of Fort street.
For Kauai Ports.
Awaiting the aittval of tho main
land mall by Hie Oceanic steamship
Slorra, the Inlcr-lslatid steamer Like
like will ho dispatched for Kuunl ports
at llvo o'clock tomnriow morning. The
Llkeliko will carry a lew passengers
and n full lino of supplies for tlio Cur
Coal Freighter Proceeds to Kauai.
After remaining oft the harbor for
some hours yesterday afternoon tho
Norwegian ftelghter Klsn, with forty,
six hundred Ions Australian coal pro
cecded to Pint Allen. This vessel has
fuel consigned to Makuwell plnntn
Peril of ShlpWreck Shared by Woman
A Into of storm, danger nml hard
ship endured not only by tho crow
hut also liy'llid wlfo of Captain Chaso
of the hchoonor Rosamond was told
when tho vessel arrived nt San Fran
cisco from Sydney. In a liiirileuno
which happened off Ilia Aiistinllii'i
coast when (tlii; Rosamond wn(s bound
10 tne antiiioiies rrom I'ugct Sound
with a ciitHi) of lumber, tho Exam
iner sus that not only was the vcsn'l
stripped of .ovory sail but fully 200
000 feel of lumber, comprising tlio
deck load, wen; overboard.
Willi a portion or tho cat go cling
ing to the side of tho ship ninl held
fast hy tho chains, the vessel lay on
her beam ends for sovornl hours,
threatening at overy moment to turn
With tho chains submorged nl
limes by tho i,ens whiclv, broko over
tho craft, the crow succeeded, after
hours of hard work, In filing nnd saw
ing thiough them.
Thu iitmtcrs of tho crow as well
as thu cabin of Captain Chaso had
been destrojed by, tho walor that had
pouicd over every part of tlio vessel.
For three days Mr. Chase, tho skipper
and nil the crew woro compelled lo
llvo up the opou deck,
Tho Htm in had either destroyed or
icndered useless nil tho ship's Instru
ments and thu cuplnln was cnniH)lled
to set his eourso without any aids.
After lying off tho canst for two days
n tug chanced lo pass near and tho
Rosamond was taken In tow to Syd
Volcano Belching Under Forty Fath.
Ah active volcano, submerged 40
fathoms below tlio sitrfaco of tho sett,
Is emitting Its molten lava into the
waters or tho Pacific ocean, according
to an announcement mndo hy llio hy
drographlc ollleo of tho iinvy depart
ment In a notice to mariners.
Tho siibuiarlno volcano was ills
covered by th0 Jlrlllsh man of war
Totch while cruising In tho south suns
a few weeks ugo It lies nhout lfl
miles iioithwcstw'nrd of Tongalritu
Island, In thu Tonga or Friendly
group, Its exact location being In lnll-
luilu 2ft degrees DO minutes south
longitiido 175 degrees 33 minutes
west. Although out of tho path of
regular steamers. It Is In n location
might rgndlly bo ylsKed by sal)-
TIDES SUN AND MOON
S 3 3 M I p7 w
CS yi gf ST5 5 !'
""" 3d 5ri Ei d tg a ' s
IVt. a in. pan .m.
10 II.XV I.T 7.10 1(0 6.W SJ. 0U
p m a in. "
17 1S"I0 .o ll .' 7.IW 5.10 5.5 5 31 .8
IK l. , 1.31 7..V, 7CO b.:a 53e 3 is
13 no , 8.10 K51 MU r,M 5.5!i 3.14
nn, I'm I '
31 5 l'i I.I .I4 MS CM 0.UIJ 51 39
si ,isj i6 ."i 10 mi or, nuils:" ssj
JL 3Ml.7'jU5 W 10 31 eoiUitHrts
New inuoji October 21 ut BM8 p. m,
vessels to and
from jhe Islands
(Special Cable In Merchants'
Thursday, Orlober 10.
TACOMA Sailed OcL 19, Schr. Su
mar, for Pearl Harbor.
8. S. Mongolia will nrrlvo Saturday
at noon nnd sail about Sunday
morning for San Francisco.
S. S. Sierra docks nt Ocennlc Wharf
tomorrow morning with 134 cabin
and 25 steerago passengers; 140
sacks mall; 2538 tons cargo and
Wells Fargo express matter.
ing vessels and hy Intcrlslnud trading
This submerged volcano, which Is
disturbing tho watoi-B for miles
around, Is hollovcd to ho tho cause, of
tho wldo nren of discolored wntor re
cently reported In that vicinity by
Captain Percy Hoi ford of tho steamer
Tnfun, which was passing nearby In
tho Tonga group.
May Mean More Shipbuilding on the.
VAI.LKJO, September 27. Onirers
nt .Maro Island aro confident that 11
(lovcrnmcnt nnvy jard will bo given
n cluincc to build both of tho new
Dreadnoughts next March, ns provid
ed for by the recent Congress,, and
Ihcie Is a chance that 0110 of these
Katllcshlps will bo constructed at this
Hccimso It is posslhlo to engage In
oiitshlo work tho jcar round nt Mnru
Island, tho difference. In tho cost of
material Is thus biilnnce.j. and yard
olucors bullovo tho California station
stands n good chance of securing one
of these contrnclB. Labor unions all
over tlio Pacific CoaBt huvo taken up
tho fight to bring n battleship hero
lor construction in 1915 for (ho lieno
lit of visitors nt San Francisco's cxisi
slllon, and tho campilgn may bring
icsults long licrorc Hint' time.
JOSHUA TUCKER, of tho Iind Do
p.trtment, Is uxpecled luck tomorrow
by the sleamer Sierra.
PROF. C. II-. HITCHCOCK, who has
been visiting through th0 New Kng
land Slates, returned to Hawaii yes
MIL AND MRS. HIDlNCiEn, who
havo been visiting on tho Coast for a
while, returned homo jestcrday on tho
MRS. JOHNSTON, wlfo of Dr. John
ston, IJ. S. A., returned from tho
Coabt jestorday on tho I.urllno. Miss
Allen accompanied her to tho Islands.
LOUIS UNDERWOOD, connected
Willi tlio firm of Lewors & Cooke, was
presented with n baby boy this morn
ing. Tho futtiro voter weighed 9
REPRESENTATIVE ED. TOWSE
was moved to his homo yesterday
iinm the (neon's Hospital, wheio ho
hail mi operation pet formed. Ho Is
Dr. HIIIDKIIAHA n member of tho
faculty of tho Imperial University of
Toklo Is n visitor hero until thu do
parturo of tho Mimchmla when ho
will sail for homo.
POHTMAHTTR MEIQS. of Nanking.
China, was a passenger In tho China,
bound fur his post of duty. Ho has
been In tlio Slates attending thu wed
ding of his daughter.
HEALTH BOARD HEAD
HAVING A BUSY TIME
Secictary Portor lecelvcd 11 letter
I rum Dr. J. 8, n. Pratt, president of
tho board of health jestorday. Ho ox-
peels to loavo Hllo today for (ho Ila-
iniikuu coast und will tnko Inspector
iinwinan ulong with Ii in.
Fiom theio ho goes lo Wnlmoa and
then to Kohaln. After llnlslilng nt tho
Jnst place ho returns to Wnlmoa again
nnd then gets across to Kiillua. Tho
work tliioiighout this nml of tho trli
will bo tho Inspection of tho planta
tion sj stems of suultallon nnd tho In
stalling of a system' whero thoro is
nnno at Uio present time.
Whon going avvay,i turn your bag
gage orders over to the Union-Pacific
Transfer Co., who will see to them nnd
beo that tbey go right, checked, sealed
or put Into tholr right staterooms
Ollleo King Rtient, opposite Lowers ft
Cooke. Telephone; 1875.
Anthony Kollorhiich, ono or Califor
nia's plnnuor merchants, died In San
Frnncisio, ngod soventy-elghl yo.us.
Ono of his entorpiises was n papor
concern with branches In many Paci
fic Coast cities.
The engagement of Mlsu i.vo.i 1.,
,"0110110. dnunlitnr of Ilnlte.i stnini
Senator La Follolto, to Ouorge Mid-
dlelon, a playwright of New York, Is
(m) ti-Skids (m)
lack for 2jZiO ntUaUnt
hardenT SUd , Lath., tr.
AnU-SkW J m- ! U tough, fleribl.,
I '' " "'"" ijjjtfCjiC' ri"n" I
fe x3 (xSs:
fo a tO'
IN STOCK BY
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.,
Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii
The uniioiiiiieiuent that pclllca
tlous vvitl soon lie uv tillable for those
contiactors who Intend to submit bids
fi!r tho inivemeiit of King street, has
resulted In n number of local concerns
olTerlng samples of paving material for
Inspection by city and County Engin
Joseph (lllmaii Is In the Held with 11
new brand of pavement known lo tho
triuln ns ''Ultuerete," which. Judging
from tho specimen 011 view nt Engineer
Oerti's olllie. Is made up of asphalt or,
liltiilltlilc nml concrctu under n heavy
.T, .1. Reiser has lirollglit 11 siimplc of
"noodmnnlte," which greatly resembles
asphalt nnd lliiely-liroken ruck. A sec-'
Hon of some Inches In thickness hns.
been olfcred for Inspection ltclscr
claliiis that Ibis 11111terl.il has been used
In the Mooring or the new V. M l". A.!
building and also In other structures'
nhout the el I. v. Its ndaptablllty as 11
pavement has never been tested In Ilo
ON SALE SOON
Announcement was mndo this morn
ing that on mid after Friday, October
20th, tlie box plan for thu stilo of Heats
for the ciitfitalnmont to lie given at
tho Hawaiian Opera lloiiho ror Hie
betiellt or tho Freo Kindergarten and
Chlldien's Aid Association, will bo
open every day nt tlio rooms or the
Public Servlco Association.
Those who havo already purchased
tho exchange tickets may present them
nnd sccitio their reserved scat tlckuts.
McMAHON PLEADS NOT
GUILH OF MURDER
Seigctiut MeMiihou, who shot and
killed A. N. Ccdcrlof nt Lollehua a
few days ngo was atralgued today
lor pleading, ilo plead not guilty, and
tho tilnl was Bet for November 15.
In addition to thu Indictment against
MfMnhnn, .N'orman II. Smith, racing
blx othor liullctmeiits, apiieared and
his plea was rcEorvcd until October
Tho 'IndlctmcntH against tho mem
bers or tho Karrntl Umo religious
sect were read and tho pleas held un
HI Saturdny morning next.
John Sllvn, charged with having
committed a statutory ctlnic, pleaded
guilty und was bentunced to ono year's
Imprisonment without any costs, Unit
ed Stutes District .Attorney Rnboit W.
Rrecknns asked that In vlow of tho
facts of tlio raso tho bentenco be
, Miirunakn, tliu'.Jnpnnoso npptehonil
ed hy tho Intornal Rovenuo deparl
meitt for tunning nn Illicit still and
who wits Indicted by tho Fedorul
Grand Jury, will also enmo up Satur
day morning next, Ho stated Unit he
did not know whether ho was guilty
or not hut licked thu court to bo len
ient In clthor rase. Attorney P. L.
Weaver Is to handle tho caso for him.
UNDERWOOD-At Honolulu, Oct. 1'),
1911, to Mr. and' Mrs. Lewis II.
Underwood, n son.
. " 1
Tho Cmneronln, the newest nml big
gest Scotclt llnor, nrtlved ut Now York
011 her maiden voyagu.
!iiimjw v ....
Temperatures C n. m., OS; S a. m.,
7C; 10 a. m., 71; noon, 77; morning
Ihuomcter, S u. 111., 29.9S; alisolulo
humidity, 8 11. m , 5.(i9G grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 11. 111.,
59 per cent; (low point, S a, in., V0.
Wind (i 11. 111., velocity 5, direction
N. 1J.J S a. m., velocity 1, direction N.
Ii; 10 n. 111.. velocity 8, direction 3.;
noon, velocity 12, direction S.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 11.
m., 0 Inch.
Total wind movement (lining 24 '
hours ended ut noon, 157 tulles.
Wednesday, Oct. 19.
Newcastle, N. S. W. Elsa, Nor.j
at m r., p. in., (nutsldn )
San Francisco Lurline, M. N. S, S., ;
Thursday, Oct. 19,
San Franclaco Nebraskan, A.-H. ;
S. S., a. m.
ON HILO FRONT
The iniilUr or tho profi rciico rights
on tlio Hllo waterfront has been dell
ultily siltled, and the harbor commis
sion has decided Hint no land shall 1 10
sold within 0110 hundred feet of hlgh
vv nter mark.
There aro n number of people living
ulong the wnterfront .it Illlo who have
applied for prefeience rights for their
liniucH III connection with the work
Hint Is to bo curried on there. Tho
matter was taken up hy Uio hum!
members some time ago and they have
now reached 11 decision.
It was felt that If any land was sold
there might only bo the troublo of h.iv.
Ing to buy It all over again, and It has
been found by experience that hi these
discs the land Jumps about 50 per rent,
in vuliio as soon as tho government
wants to buy It again.
SAYS UNION HIRED
HIM AS DYNAMITER
DEADWOOI), S. 11., Sent. 2. Tcs-
tllylng that her husband uml Jehu W.
llptlcr, a Fourth Cavalry musician.
wuc In a pint to get her lo blow up
the HomcstaKo mine, and had been bo
emplojeil by the Western Federation
of .Miners, Mrs, Emmet O'drndy, wlfo
of one of the defendants, yestcnl iv
siirang a sensation In tho llutler trial
In tho Circuit Court, Duller nnd
O'drady tire charged with ullcniptlni;
to blow up a Ilomestaku mill hi April,
1910, Mrs. (VOriiily declared that Hut.
Icr came to them hi Full Itlver, Colo.,
saying ho was 11 representatlvo of tho
federation and that O'drndy was want
ed to blow up tho mine. Kilo said her
husband told her ho wus to bo paid
WHO for tho Job.
HAWAIIAN POLITICIAN DEAD
M11kalu.il, father of Jessie P. Xlakal
mil of this city, died this morning or
old ngo. He wus 11 well-known poltl
(dan during tin, monarchy, having been
11 member or tho House or llcprcscn.
tat I ves.
When (Jueen Lllluoknlaiil was over
Ihiown by the pinvlslunnl government,
Mnknlnnl and u row other ngid Hawai
ian politicians formiil 11 political or
ganization, known now us tho Homo.
Funeral services over tho remains of
tho deceits, d will be held tomorrow art.
eriioon In thu Sllvu undertaking par
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