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EVENINQ nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25, 1911.
Hawaiian 'llilnl Degree.
IllltVllll.lU 'I'llllll llfgrtf.
AM visiting memtiirn ot ttr
Order re cordluUy Invited to
attend meetings of locul ledge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
t K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
mninc cnuinccny 0thet Asio.
eWEFICIAL AJSnp.IATION. ci.tiom cor
HAWAIIAN TRIDE NO. 1, I. O. n. M.
Meets every llrl niul llilnl Tuesday
of t-nt.li iiiiinlli In IVal.-rnlty Hall. I. O
I). !'. building. Visiting brothers Cor
dially Invited to llttrlld.
V J HuIJINHuN, Sachem.
U V. TUI)I), C. of It.
BONOLULU LODGE, 016. B. P. 0. 1
Honolulu LodBe No. 81. D. P. 0
Clks, mctR In their ball, on King
Itrret, near Fort, every Frldsy eve
ning. Visiting Ilrnthers are cordially
nvltej to atten'!.
n. i it isn.vnr.ito, n. n.
ai:o. t Ki.iTixnx. sec.
VM. VfoKINLEY LODGE. NO. 8,
K. ol P.
Meets every 2nd Hiul 4th 8aturdij
uenlng at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hill, cor. Kcrt mil Heretanla. Villi
Ing brothers cjrtUntly Invited t'i at
tend. F. F. KIMIBT, C. 0.
K. A. JACOUSON. K. U. S.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first ami third I'rldny nt
7 So o'clock. I'ytliliui Hull, t-iirncr Hero
Inula niul Fort streets. Visiting broth
rrs curillally ln ll'-il In attend.
h i)i:cii:it. c. c.
o. ni:i.'i:. k. nf it & s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Mrt'te on Bcronil niul fourth Wcdncs-il.lt-
ripnliiir nf i .it-li inniitli at 7:30
o'rloi'k, In S.in Autunlii Hull, Vineyard
trei 1 ar Dniuiii. Visiting lirotlicrs
nro Invited to att-nd.
i:o. A. DAVIS, V. P.
WM C M'l'OY, Secy.
Importer Fort St
I'flltlHIt'T UTILES AM) PRICES
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite Young Hotel Phone 3038
French Model Hats
Direct Importation Rocoivctl by the
DOSTON BLOCK - FORT STREET
RECEIVED ox S. S. Lurlino, tho lat
est stylos In LINGERIE, EVEN
ING COATS, and EMDROIDER
ED MARQUISETTES in boxes. All
krtTds of novelties.
Mrs. F. Zeave
68 YOUNG DUILDING
Baby Bonnets and Dresses, Bootees
and Wool Baby Socks) Stamping
1027 Nuuanu Street
NEW MILLINERY STYLES ON
Ladles' and Men's Hats Reasonably
FOR FLY FIGHT
Land Commissioner Chillies S .Indd
ind V. M. Olffnrd have started work
m the trguliillous pertaining In tliu
fight ngaltisl the Mcdllerranenii finlt
They will work mil n rough draft
which will IIil'ii ho submitted In the
attorney general In straighten mil and
tl Iho legal points in. The tu.ilti'r
will thru llnalt) go In Iho (Inveriior
"I guess It hIiiiiiIiI lake somen help
.ihmil a week," said .litdd I IiIh morn
ing "Thoie .ito Hirer1 departments
in k Ihiough and then llio matter has
In In- si tiled In the hoard of ngrlcul
nne mid finestry. We will push It
tlirmiirl as fast as wo ran, however"
('f-ftr,lliif In lliriiriii'itlnit rrrplvnil
bv the (invcihnr, T O. .Iciillne, e'lli f
mi the I'ni'lllr Coast nr Hie division
of topographical survey. Is coming In
Hawaii In limped the work that lias
boon done heic mid also to make sug
gestions for the future
Nn dellnllo dale has been set down
p.h to whom he ulll leave hill the (Inv-
t'Mior has his Infin in itlon from the
flilrf eeenllc of tho topoRraphlc.il
KAWIKI TEST CASES
COME UP SHORTLY
Deputy Attorney fiencral Arthur O.
Smith leaves during the next two
weeks for 1 1 Hi) where ho will attend
tn nceial canes that aio coming up.
I lie most Important of these Is 1111'
Kaiwikl homestead test case, on the
if suit of which depends tho action
to he t-ikcn In connection with tho
The homesteaders claimed that
Ihoy had fullllled tho conditions no-
tcss.ity hut tho government thought
differently. After n consultation be
tween the ntlnrneys It was dcelded to
bring lit n roiiplo of lest cases, Tho
answer lo tho government's charge
has Just been filed according to In-
fortnatlmi tho attorney general to
rch ed this morning and tho easo U
to come tip sunn.
MRS P. V. Itll)i:n left on tho Mil
lino l.i.st evening for a trip to tho
liOVEIt.NOll FItEAIt this morning
irtiiiued the tall of tho new- lliltl-ih
fiinsul, Kir Tbomau llanlson.
.MIL AND MRS. S. N. Phillips from
California, aro visiting with Mr. Phil
lips' brother, Mauttlo Phillips.
Dlt. ARTHUR (1. HODfilNS, left
for Iho Coast In tho Stcirii today. It
la leported that ho will teturii a bono
S T. STAItitllTT. the superintend
int of marketing. Is mm mi Haw-ail,
listi Unit lug bccd for tho cxpcrlmcu
.IA.MIW A. ItATII, head winker lit
tho Palama Settlenicut, iccrutly nent
wind that ho might attend Ihu annual
Uiko Moliouk eoufeience.
T. (!. (iHRDlNi;, ilMslou chief of
tho P.iellle Coast topographic survey,
is expected lo nil he by tho Wllliel
ulna nexl Tucbday morning.
Al, 1IAX.ZARI), tho vcnlrilixiulsl
who Ii.ih been appealing at a Ineil
vniidevlllo limine, was a ilepirtiug
passenger mi tho Sleira today.
sTi:NO(iitAPni:a simmons oniio
d'-paitment of cilueallou Iuih guuo to
.inolhcr position at Kima. His plate
has been taken b) .MIsh Walte.
HHUIMI'V .lAHItin' Is still hick In
bed having been so for llirco dajs,
Dm lug his nhsouro Deputy Cliailes
Itoso Ih looking nfter tho pollco af
fulrs. .MILS, I.. (I. IIARKISON, a singer
o unto who lias delighted audiences
at the loeal moving picture theatres
.ailed for tho Coast In tho Sierra this
W .1. I.ni.AND, lepresontlng tho
Sninillnavlan Helling Coinp-iny, )in
"iimpanled by .Mrs. I.eland were p.iB
bengeis In tho Sierra this morning,
departing for tho Coast.
T A. O'llllIIZN' of tho von Hanim
Yniiiig diygoods doparlinent was a
passenger for Iho Coast In tho
Oceanic steamship Sierra tills moin
lug. Ho is on n business ami plcas-
J. A. KCNNKDY of tho Inlcr-lsland
Kle.-mi Navlgallon Company has gone
lo tho Coast to look ufler Iho finish
ing touches now being inado In tho
now sleamer Kllaiica soon to leave
tho I'iiIou lion Winks. Mr. Kennedy
innv decide to totiirn In Hawaii on
(he Initial (rip of Iho Kiktne.t Id n-
After two meetings, loeal Hawaiian
liadi'is have prurtlrally decided not
lo bold Hie proposed iiiiish Hireling
next Sdlunlny night at Aula Park as
a piolest against some Inllniuuiutory
iifuspuper articles. It Is ptobablo
that the articles in question will bo
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE
Weather Conditions Arc Favorable For Vessel to Sail For the
Orient This Evening Sierra Away With Small List of
Passengers Two Inter-Island Arrivals Today Nippon
Maru to Arrive From Japan on Thursday.
Rough u rather outside tho harbor known HottotulniiH who depart on
dolavcd Iho coaling of Iho Japanese mission of business and plcasuro lo
liner Hongkong Mnru yesterday hut
II lu r,.,llnlo.l ll.'.l II, n Infa-ln.! .Innlil.
cr wllh lis ellow fever iiatlont will
Im able to proceed on the voyage to
Japan and China ports this afternoon
or this evening.
Tho steam barge Pioneer wllh water
camo along sldo tho Hongkong .Mam
today ami tho work of piiniplng flesh,
water Into the Japaneso steamer wan'
comiilctcd nt noon. i
A largo heavily loaded hargo with
coal was towed to the steamer by tho
lll..,n Mntli..)!,,,! hir tlr,.,.l,1 .-..,,1
ctcvedores have been busy In tho
transfer of Iho fuel lo the Hongkong
Mr l,,.b..r. Tl, vn.nl I. Inklntr
on rour hundred ton, fresh wnlcrand,1
Inn l,i,n,lre.l Inn. rn.nl ,.t IbU ,,nr(.
The Hongkong Maru was formally
entered at tho cuslotus house this aft-
ornoon. At tho same time (lie Fed-l
oral (piarantlno medical ouOccrs paid
x visit to tho vessel and executed
the necessary documents as prcscrili
ed by United States health regain
Tho greatest caro has been oxcrcls-
ed by imrt olflclalfl In in lalnlng n;!VU"nB scheduled to gather up the
Bttlct diinratitlno against tho lufosled !c.,,,!'l,,,lle. "r "10 lu" BUBnr cr"l' at
ship. A guard has been maintained
and tho iiunrnntliio district has been
under survcllnnce against any iossl
bio attempt being made to board the
vessel or permitting a passenger to
gain tho shore. Tho period of deten
tion Is said to hiivo proved rather
iikspmc to some of tho cabin and sec
ond class passengers who' nro on
I onto from Central and South Ame
rican ports In the Oilcnl.
Tho water mid coal haigcs liuvo
been carefully fumigated upon thelrj
reliirn from Iho steamer.
Tho Hongkong Maru may bo given
mi accumulation of mall destined for
Dr. Ramus, quarantine officer, today
received a cablegram from Washing
ton directing him to euforro the iu.ir
..1.. .......I. ,..... r.. -....a.. ..r ...,,.....
fovcr, tho cablegram directing n gcn-jlng
oral enforcement of Iho rules laid
down by tho soivlcc. Tho cablegram
"Washington, Oct. :."..
"Ramus. Honolulu Referring your
cables twenty-one and twonly-flvo le
IHirtlng arrival case jollow fever from
Mexican porlB. Directed enforro on
vessels from such imrts paragraphs
nuo liuudicd two In ono hunched eight,
inclusive, regulations 1910.
Sierra Figures In Noiseless Departuro
Tho ilcpniture of the Oceanic liner,
hlcrra Tor San Francisco was llkcneding shlpmeul. Tho steamer Nociiii
uiilo Iho dawn of a iioIhoIcsh age, tho(wns passed al Kllauea. Tho l.lkcllko
iiiseiiro in uio nuiro oi iioiu nun mo,
wull fimn tho loug-ncrkcil basson mi
tier Iho hnlstcious mnnlpulatloii of
Captain llorger's band of musicians
being most noticeable.
Tho Sierra departed for Iho Coast
vciy shortly after tho stroko of ten,
taking tho mail destined for tho main
land as well as n fair sized gencial
cargo amounting to thlrty-llvo hun
dred tons sugar, pineapples Homo
shipments of rice, honey ami hides,
Foily-lhico cabin passengers will
endeavor lo add a llttlo llfo to a pret
ty empty ship. Tho Sierra can com
lortably accommodate between two
Hundred and twenty and fifty passen
gers In this class,
Theio wcro sulllclout staterooms
without occupants to have mora than
accommodated all local advocates of
coastwlso suspension had they decid
ed as ono man to forsako thesu
Dosplto Iho absence of Iho hand
which Is on an annual vacation, tho
Falling of tho popular liner was none
Ihu' loss animated.
Tho Sierra carries a number of well
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
" " ' ou.uui .........,,.,-
l"u ""O IIIIVU neeil lllilillUK ram '"
loc"' pJn limif.c wcie numbered
""" "K A V" M1' h"'"-
,. ,,lu, a,cr i rr,vo ' an"
', " " e". """ " "-
'"n,m an ""nging new Tr rB.
W'1" c"'" numl.eic.1 2.15 niul Ml.
which icu new nirs in uio wickoiiiuu
"" ay- '" "" " ' i". j-.
tho Amcrlcnn-Hawallau fielglilcr Isth-
"'11111 IUIH Salle,! lllllll nan 1-ruiiciicu
" ,lm"1'1 nlfhc H"ilnln on or
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'0 CX)CCtatloilS Of C. P. MorSO, gCll-
"c,fm nr,u "l '", ' ,,, '.
1-ollowlllg the Isthmian will 1)0 ail
An.crlcnn-llnwnl Ian vessel which Is
,1" to roach tllc Man,u "ot ,,,,0,r
,lli, November Ifilli wllh New York
fnrocs -3" H,,'l ,23S icinU tho At
.. i'"" wiuii 1.11
Sept. ICth and tho Amcilcnii Sept.
Tho Nohrnsknii which sailed for
Kahiilul, Knnunpnli and llllo last
Kahulul a Busy Port.
Kahiilul has been a busy isn't for
tho past few- days. Tho French hark
St. Uogutlcu rides at anchor thcro
and from this vessel Is being rcmov
cd a quantity of general cargo and
supplies'. TfW.harkcntlno Koko Head
with a shipment of Australian coat is
being rapidly discharged of tho cargo
of fuel. Tho Million Navigation
Ufanier ICnlerprlso salleil for llllo
yesletday afternoon as tho lntcr-lsl
and steamer Claiulltio passed hi. Pur
ser Milling of the clniidlnc, which ar
rived at Honolulu early litis morning
reports smooth sens and light winds
on tho liomewnid trip. In addition to
a fair list of passengers tho steamer
liKllielit frnti'lil Innlititln Mm r.ill.n.-.
consignments: One auto, lfi sacks
rice, 22 routs wood, 23 cralcs chick
ens, ID sacks com. 30 hales hides, 83
bogs, t! sacks peanuts, IS sacks turn
end IHO packages sundries.
This morning's arrivals included
the lutrr-lslaud steamer l.lkcllko
fiom Kauai ports with a fair list of
passengers and a cargo Including fifty
tons scrap lion, hoiiio pieces of sugar
milling machinery, a iiianllty of emp
ty gasoline drums and 73 packages of
siituliles. Puier Ixigan reports Jinn
.veather mi tho homeward trip. Ho
notes 3(121 sacks M. A. K. sugar await-
leniporarity molt no the run formerly
covoiod by die W, (I. Hull. Iho latlor
vessel buying gono on Iho nuirlno
railway fur a general overhauling and
Lurllne on the Way to San Francisco,
Shmtly nfter six o'clock last oven-
lug tho Mnlsou Navigation steamer
Kin line was dispatched from Hackfell
vvhaif for Sun Francisco taking a
small list of passengers. About n
sroro of travelers woio booked for tho
mainland. Tho l.urllno carried a fair
sized general cargo Including sugar,
and 15,000 cases of preserved plno
apples. Tho l.urllno Is ex peeled will
lrrlvo nt San Francisco on iicxtTucs
Acrindlug to a report from Purser
Klbllng of tho steamer Claudlno, two
neop sea vessel remain nt llllo. The
schooner Foiestor Is loullng hard
wood iiillway lies for Southern Call
lortila, w hllo tho American schooner
Catnnno wllh Puget Round lumber Is
discharging cargo at tho railway
TIDESSUN AND MOON
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First quarter of tho innon Oct. 29.
Tlmo lint stilled hi tables.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(.Special Cubic t Merchants'
Wednesday, Oct. 25.
SAN FHANCISCO-Salled, Oct. 2.',,
12:10 p. in,: S. S. Wllliolmlna, for
SAN FltANCISCO-Sallcd, Oct. 2a.
1:30 p. m.: S. S. Chlo Maru, for
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived, Oct. 24: S.
S. Arlznnnn, from llllo, Oct. 0.
IIII.O Sailed, OcL. prior to 22nd:
Schr. C. S. Holmes, for Port Town
send. WHIKI.KSS S. S. Nippon Maru will
dock at Alakea wharf Thursday, 2
p. m. and sail for San Francisco
early Friday morning
Tho new Dollar freighter, Robert
Dollar, Captain It. I,. Morton, arriv
ed from Antwerp yesterday laden with
1,000 tons of general Uitropcin cargo
consigned to Henry I.und. Tho new
vessel was recently completed on the
Clyde. Captain Morton, formerly In
command of tho M. S. Dollar, was
sent to bring tho new addition to this
port. The Robert Dollar Is tho larg
est ship owned and operated by tho
Dollar Steamship Company, and can
carry nearly 10,000 tons. Tho maiden
trip of iho now Btcatnor was success
ful and without unusual Incident. The
other seven ships -now owned by the
company aro the Hcsslo Dollar, M. S.
Dollar, Hard Dollar. Mclvlllo Dollar,
Ornce Dollar and Stanley Dollar.
(Continued from Pao 11
fcrt his homo ho w-rnt to Texas and
tunrrlrd another girl thcro two months
afterwards. The Texas authorities got
wind of the affair nnd arrested hlin on
a charge of bigamy. IJy some menus
or other. Im got out of this trouble,
however, nnd Joined the iinny. Tho
rase was never prospcutrd, nnd he stat
ed that lit. iinitrrslnnds they dropped L
In course of time ho camo to Ho
nolulu, where ho married Annlo Itobln
son tvto years ago next November 21.
There Is one child by this marriage.
Shortly nfter ho left tho Murine Corps
mid Joined tho police fnrco ho was bad
ly beaten up down In one of the tene
ment districts, nnd was In tho hospital
for romu time. lie then went hark to
his wink ami was on duty this morn
ing when lie was arrested.
He has waived examination by tho
fominlssloiier, nnd us he does not seem
to think that bo can procure the nec
essary ball, which Is placed at JICOO,
will bo taken to the Oaliu prison In
await bis trial. The examination hy
the grand Jury will come soon, but It
Is not likely that his trial will tako
place until about April of next year.
Long Is a very well known llguro
mound the city. Ills name suits his
statute. He Is over six feet tall tho
tallest man on tho force.
I' H. District Attorney Ilrerkons has
u letter from the first wife. Corn Long.
II Is bi'lli'vi'd that the llrst wife's 111
formation led to the. detection of Long's
REAL E8TATC TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record October 25, 1911.
From 8l30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Josi, ( Uiraro anil wf tn rilmno t!
lte.entes nnd wf Rel
Kapahu (It) to K Paahao (k) et nt D
Antone iln M Tavarea and wf to K
N Holmes jj
William J Itlckard to H N Holmes c,r
Mrs I.uey K Pen to Thos Mutrli... 1.
Win llelelkalaill to First Null
Hank of Wiilluki CM
Did vnu hear a lonir. loud lurid
laugh echoing and lumhllug 1 omul tho
corner or King nnd Fort streets at 1
o'clock Ibis aflornoon? It was nt tho
oxpenso or "Nolllo Elk." Iho dog-oat-Ing
fellno of tho Elks' club. Nolllo
hns a way of pounrlng out of Iho
doorway upon somo perfectly lospcc-
lllbln lmw-wmv nnd Reni-liii. It Imlf ...
iloalh Sho oats 'em alive, when It
comes tn tho rnnlno brood. Today a
crowd of practical Jokors Btandlng
round 1110 union nrlll hatched 11 con
spiracy. Thoy went over to tho Ho
nolulu Music Co. and borrowed tho
"Victor Dog" Hint decorates tho win
dow, This thoy carried arross Iho
filled nnd placed carefully by Iho
sidewalk enlranco In tho Elks' club
rooms. Apparently a cuto, Innocotit
llltlo fox terrier wns listening for
"his master's volco," Along camo
Nolllo Elk. Wllh n horrible sceptic
snarl of uige. she landed claws extend-,
ed 011 the dummy. Tho members nro
still looking for Nelllo Elk.
Wedniiday, Oct. 25.
Hawaii and .Mntif porti Clntnllno,
stmr., n. m.
Kauai ports I.lkctlkc, stmr., a. in.
Tuesday, Oct. 21.
San Francisco Lurllne, ,M. N. S. S ,
0 p. in.
Siillna Cruz via Island ihwIh Ne-
brnskait, A.-II. S. S., p. in.
.Maul, Mnloknl and l.anal ports -
Mlkahata, slmr., 5 p. m.
Mnhukona and Knvvnlhac N'ilhnti,
slmr., p. m. i
Ilnwnll ports Wnllclo. slmr.. n in.
lCnii.il ports Klnau, stmr., 5 p. in.
Wednesday, Oct. 25.
San Francisco Sierra. O. S. S., IP
i PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per stmr. Claiidlnc, for llllo and
way ports, ,Oct. 27. Sister Ignatl-i
nnd a girl, Mrs. A. II. II. Jtnhl, A. IX
Jiidd, F. K. Ilnwcs.
With Mrs. F. M. S-vnnzy In Iho
chair, the third annual meeting of tho
Hawaiian lliiinnno Society took place
nt 10 o'clock this morning In Iho
lounge loom of tho Young Hotel. Mrs.
Swnnzy presided In tho absence of tho
president, Mrs. Snnford 11. Dole, who
Is not In the city.
Officers for tho new year who re
ceived unanimous election aro as fol
lows: Picsldctil, Mrs. S. 11. Dole, re-elect-cd;
1st vice president, Mrs. I,. 1 Mc-
C.indlcss: 2nd vice picsldent, Mrs. S
M, Damon; 3rd vlco president, Mrs.
I'.licn Low; 4th vlco president, Miss
Lucy Ward; 5th vlco president, Mrs,
C. Du rtol; fith vlco president, Mrs
0. Sherman; treasurer, Mrs. O. C.
Potter; sccrctnry. Miss N. Swnnzy;
directors, Mrs. Joseph Ollmnn, Mis.
E. J. Timbcrluke. Mrs. W. U Whit
ney, Mrs. Hobert Shingle, .Mrs. E. W.
Jordnn, Miss C. Coodnlc.
Tho session opened wllh tho n
polntmcnt or Mrs. llcrnlco Walbrldge,
fcccrotary pro tern. Following tho
reading and approval of the minutes
of tho Inst meeting, Miss Itoso Da
vlson, the official ofriccr was called
upon for a report of tho year's work.
Miss Davison reviewed tho achieve
ments of the past twelve months In
a comprehensive manner, tho society
sotting Its Btnmp of approval by A
unnnlmons ,ncccptanco of tho report.
Miss Davison later received her ap
polntmcnt for another year.
The matter of raisins tho dues of
Iho members from ono dollar to three
dollars a )car was presented hy Mrs.
Swnnzy for tho approval of tho so
ciety. Considerable discussion was
Indulged In, with tho result that no
chnngo In tho amount was mndo. tho
general consensus of opinion being
that Instead of raising tho dues an
effort should ho made to gain moro
Tho llrst Wednesday of enrh month
was deemed upon ns the futitro mcel
lug ditto, with 3 p. m. ns tho hour.
Following tho review of Inst year's
work, nnd Iho completion of business
on hand, MrB. Swanzy surrendered the
chair to tho now vlco-prcsldent, Mrs.
'.,. I.. McCandlcss. Mrs. .McCandlcss
icmnrkcd that sho was reminded of
I Iho lines of Shakcspcaro: "Somo )ico
plo aio horn great, some nchlovo
greatness and others hnvo greatness
I thrust upon them." Sho declared,
'however, that Insomuch as sho had
accepted tho office, Bho cheerfully
i pledged her support for the coming
itwolvo monllis. Tho work of prevent
ing cruelty to dumb animals and lo
l children sho dcclnrod tho grentost. In
her estimation, of tho long list of
Miss Davison's leport, which elic
ited much favorablo comment, was as
In pursuance of tho objects of tho
Ilumano Society, your olllcer repnits
t Ho following action takon In various
cases relntlng to both children and
Temporary rollef to dcstltuto and
exposed children 44
Rescued frftm threatened moral
Placed In Institutions and tempor
ary homes 30
Cases of cruelty 12
Chlldien adopted 11
Tho following nro given ns a fair
Illustration of the cases dealt with:
IbL This caso was brought to my
attention by ono or tho district nurses.
It concerns a Porto Hlcun molhor,
ngod 26 years, who has glvon birth
to three sets or children, all or whom
remained In hor custody when tho
caso wns brought to my nntlco. Tho
nttrso found her very 111 and destitute
without means of support. Soon after
tho birth of a femalo child, tho mother
became paralyzed, ono Bide being en
Her chlldien nro as follows:
Hoy aged 13 years, girl 10 years,
boy 4 years, hoy 2 years, and a baby
a low weeks old. Tho baby has been
adopted by a Porto Illcati woman. Hoy
aged 2 yenis has been adopted by 11
Chinaman, boy uged 4 years has been
adopted by a Spanish woman. Tho
caso or the two older chlldien, a boy
aged 13 nnd n girl 10 years, was
brought before Iho Juvenile Coutl.
Tho boy was placed In n respectable
family, nnd the ghl was committed to
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tho Girls' Industrial School. A few
years or such training as she will got
In this Institution will ho or material
benefit to her. Heretofore, tho homo
influences hnvo all been or an Immor
Other cases that wcro brought to
my notice wcro found not to bo with
in the Jurisdiction of this Society, and
wcro turned over to the Juvciillo
The work done on behalf of animals
for the past Sear bus consisted largely
In watching places where excavating
has been done, vvhero new buildings
were being put up, on the hills wheru
hauling has been hard, and In a great
many Instances the drivers have been
compelled to take off a part of their
load or to doublo up. I have also vis
ited stables, Inspected the stock unit
made such suggestions nnd given such
advice ns seemed to bo neressary.
In nil Instances vvhero business men
and owners of stock hnvo been called
upon, they hnvo always shown every
disposition to cooperate with your of
ficer In every way practicable. Tho
same may be snld of tho police.
Tho following Is a summary of tho
work done during tho past year:
Cases of horses found unlit fur work
and ordered out of harness, 41; cases
of whipping nnd beating, .IB; eases ot
overloading. 00; animals driven wbi
l.imeil or gulled. 95; horses ordered to
bo shod, 97; cases of horses tempo
rarily removed from labor, 85; cases of
horxes permanently removed from la
bor, 10; horses ordered better fnml, 71;
horses killed to bo put out of misery,
12; rows killed to ho put out or misery,
5; cnts killed, 30; harness corieetlons,
'such as collar pads, saddle pads, low
ering of cheeks, etr, 13; warning 1
given. 60. Total, 770.
IMPERIAL GENERAL IS
KILLED BY BOMB
(Continued from la 1)
The Liberty News, the local ('blnesn
newspaper, today received two cable
grams giving further details on tin)
revolution. One from China Is as fol
lows: "IIONCIKON'11. Ort. 25. Tartar Oen
Fong Hhnn wns assassinated today by
u man throwing a lminb nt him ns ho
landed on the wharf nt Canton fiom
one of the gunboats."
The other cablegram, from Ran
"RAN FRANCISCO, fill.. Oct. 25 -The
Imperial general Yin Chang w-iih
dereated and driven nut of tho Wtl
Shun hills In Hiipueh province."
OAHU WILL GET
!ov. Frear nnnoiinted Ibis morning
that the Territory nnd tho Oaliu plnu-
tntlon people are proceeding so well
with tho water rights arrangement for
tho Irrigation tunnel scheme that 11
eiiinpleto agreement' may bo ex peeled
'Wo bad another conference Mon
day," stated tho Oovernor this morn
ing, "111111 although nothing dellnlto Is
settled, wo hope within tho very near
rutiiro to, ho able to put down lu writ
ing the rough draft of the license.
'Tho license," ho continued. In nil-
swer to n question, "will bo for tho
right-of-way nnrt also for tho water. I
do not know what has liecq doito In
connection with Unit MrriuuiiPiu.'
rights. There hi an old Injunction ly
ing in tho courts, but a man can cl.-iliti
all tho wutcr he wauls to ns long ns
he only talks nbnut It and does not do
anything such ns actually taking It."
Tho Tictlt Trust Cnnitmnv lorn l.nmt
allowed until November 0 to llio ltn
unBwcr to tho complaint laid against
It by C It Collins Hint It sold his
proporty ror less than ugrecd
Land Commissioner Charles s. .Imlil
bus lecelved 1111 implication for .. nh-n,
of hind Just ndjacent to wheio tho
KunKtni street extension Is to run.
nils will bo held over until tho street
has been put through.
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