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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, NOV. 7, 1911.
lit tmilr 1 Irst Degree.
llormt ii In Clnplir I', lb
iiinl 11. I. )l 7::)ii p. in.
Honolulu ('nitiin.iiiih rj
IN trul. ir .". i. in.
Hawaiian- Si ( mill Degree.
ll Muli.i o. 3 lligulnr.
All Tltltluz mtmbirn ol t
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local Ifldgra
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
mini: tnumtcny oth Auo
JIKEFICIAL A?Sop.IATI0H. cbtiou cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Mcrtn every first nml tlilnl Tucsiln)
of mill month In Friittrnlt) 1 lull. I O
O !' building isltlng brothira cor
dially Invited to atttnil
J Unlll.NSON. Sachem.
II V. TODD. C of 11.
0N0tULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. E
Honelulu Lodgft No. CI 6, II. P. 0
Ctki, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday tre
eing;. Visiting llrpthere art cordially
invited to attenj.
I) ! It lSBN'MIRCl, R R.
oi:o t kluuchx, sec.
M. McKINIEY LODGE. HO. 8,
K. of P.
Meeca artry 2ml and 4th Saturday
tienlng at 730 o'clock In IC. of 1'.
Ball, cor. Fort ami Doretunla. Visit
ing brotbars cordially Invited tJ at
land. F. F. KILTIBT, C. 0.
E. A. JACOIISON, K. R. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
MtclH every llrst and tlilnl I'rliliiy at
1 To o'doik, Pjllilin Hull, lorner Hero
tnnla and I'ort streets. Visiting broth
ers corillaII Invited In attend.
h dlcklr. o. c.
o. ni:iNi:. k. of it & s
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on second and fourth Wcdnes
day evening of each month at 7:30
o'tlnik, hi H.i n Antonio Hall, Vineyard
tticet. mar Biumi Visiting brothirs
arc Invited to alt-nil
I'. IIIUdlNH, W 1'
W.M C MVrn, Secy
IMwurel Karle, the notcil I'sjihlc of
Sun Kraut Nto, who for over tvent
5 rill h hns lurn pinmlni ully hlontlllcil
with theSplrltti illntK'Hoiletlif..V Ann r
k a. Is In Honolulu mid will demon
str.itc phi chit pheeinotnca, i te Spirit
u.il ndvlec on all iniittnh clven Dill)
10 to 1. evenings hj appointment Tel
rpliono ,l'j 1 oi at residence, "(-' Klnaii
street (Irani! bianco ovuy Thnrsilui
live. S o'llnik 607I-JW
Importer Fort St
COItltBCT STYLUS AND puicls
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite! Young Hotel Phono 303S
New Pattern Hats
BOSTON BLOCK FORT STREET
I ' ! ! m
m K. UVEDA
HE& 1027 Nuuanu Stro.t
mBST ' NEW MILLINERY STYLES ON
sBsSMiL, 'Ladles' and Men's Hati Reasonably
At least four old buildings within
tho down Uiwti distilet of the ill) nf
lloiinliilii and included In thin urot
whlih IioiiiuIh tho pifFent 11 1 o HiiiIIh
have been condemned and tho uwneis
cf the iitiipnrt.v will he notlllcd thai
the struUnroH imitt he torn down
Ihillillm; mid l'hiinhliiK Inspector
MIchMclii and Tiro Chief Thmnluii
have lit en in ildng a caieful liiKpcctlnn
of a InrKt' number of frame and ililn-
pldaUM bIiik luio.s which for jcira
have t iH'iiiiilieioil the buliH'Ks thoi
iiiiKlifnieH of the rllv nnd mo chiin
td mi ovosore as well tm a liicn.ite to
the mfelv of nclchboiliiK InilldliiKt In
event of a 111 e.
n a icHiilt of Kovcr.il weeks con
tlileiailon of ''cllRililoH, nolleeH will
In Ikiipi to several properlj owners
in elicit the removal of iiBed and do
iii pit xtiuctiircH.
One liiilldhiK which In now uudei
tin Inn of olllchil dlfiplcisuie is the
fi.init shop locited on roil tdtect be
tween Hotel and llerelania Klreelx
which for (he pnut few .veais has been
iisid .is u Rtoie house The biilbllin;
l id to heloiiB to the MiCorilston
Sound Doom of the Shacks.
In the rear of .1 lot situated no ir
the (orui'i or Ileret.mli and N'uumii
.dreem there Ik ,i fr.une tilructiire
vvhkh Ih b.ibl to be ownid under Ibr
liiaii.iReniiut of the (' M Cooke ca
tnte la anotbei sliucliire which has
been p.isM-d upon h tho lire chief
and biilbllui; Inspedor and found
w.ttiiiui; The biilblluir la declared
Woliers Is declared tho owner
of iwo biillilliiKs Incited on Union
ircei i Mirllon of which vvcro bum
(d it ,i let out Hie
liMiihiK two atorj shack which
has In en ill I.u nl na ii inciinco to
pedcxiiians as well as tho half doj-on
dwellers theieln, located on Alal.ea
stuet at llio corner of (Juccn atrcel
lias been pronounced as unsafe nml
tho owner notllled that tho alructiire
must coint) down This edifice la own
ed lij the .Mehrtcu estate and at pie
M'lit la occupied hj Chinese who aro
(.aid to paj n rental of'abotit Incut-
live iion.iis a inouth for the slunk.
l'mida for the sanitation work wcro
practical! all iiri.uiKCd for at a nicet
Iiik held jiaterdnv afternoon between
llio rltlrcns' committee, tho truslcc3
of t lie chamber of eoinuieno nml the
dlrcdois of the men hauls' nabiKla
lion, with (loveiuor Kiear also pres
llio funds will bo movldcil lulutlv
I'nr the piesent, tho lerrllor will
provide ?lir,.iinn, which sns the (lov
Vt nor, can lie dlvcilcd for hc.illh pur
iiosea. The shippers' wharf cnintnllfen
will lonltlhuto. $10,000, thus making
up the ll.',,00il that llio clllzcna'
ennuuitlco estimates na ncccssaiy fui
llio woik now In hand.
SPECIAL SESSION NOT
FOR THE PRESENT
Spc.iklnir of tho matter of tho spe
cial session this iiuiililiiK. Iho (!ov
ornor said: "If the nionc for the
ninsipnto cnmpalKti is paid out of the
Teitliorlal fund it will bo neccssan
to call a spec! il serslon, but whether
to call II now or lalei on, Is the ques
tion "There arc Iwo points that make it
sci m better to call it lalcr. I hut If
we call it now, wo do not know how
ninth mono wo want, mid should wo
spend moio than wo appioprlnte, then
we shall have to rail auolhci session
inter on again. If tho session Is called
ut tho inter ilalu then wu can say
lust how much wo want.
"AkiiIii tho 8aullari commission in iv
also liavo lis ieort rc.ulv and then
Iho special sessldn would havo to bo
called an wa, so that wo could do
both things at once.
"There la nothing new In the vol-
Inw fevci situation Thico cases of
what la supposed to ho plaguo havo
hinl.cn out nt HumnkiM on Hawaii
but wo do not tako us much notlco of
'hat aa wu used to nt nno time."
SANITARY MAP WILL BE
COMPLETE BY TONIGHT
'I ho Himltnr limp will he complete.
tonight, win ii tint last of tho small
maps have luui Hindu Tho Inst few
holism wm bt lug plotted Into tho big
shut this morning and hv night it Is
thin ght thai tho whole of tho small
maps will havo hem lihnj-prlntril
The hlg map Is helng dlvldtd Into
up inns ami hung on Iho walls of thu
'Itlui htailMiiaitira In tho Judiciary
building Tliut! It Is posslhlo to sto at
n glance just how the work Is going on
and Just what la being dunu day by
GETS LIGHT SENTENCE
Manuel Knmna pleaded guilty tills
miiiuing neioin iniigo iiemy i: Coup
or In (ho C'iiciilt Cnuit of iiBfiiilt and
battery on Vldal I,opo,! and waa seu
lenceil to thirty ihi8' impi Ibiiniiicut
I Ff I Hutu 1 1- nfiri(iiiliiiiHir,i mul 1 i i 1 .
lead lint In sovcnl iluvs so that tho
Eentencn was maiio light
Thn einsa (lliiuro uotl of ft,it K'ii.
limn against , Knl mm comes tt,i io-
iiw umifi" ci'i't-r in mti uiiuiiii cttnri
at two o'clock tills uftotnoon,
FUNDS FOR WORK
City Transfer Co.
JA3. H. LOVE
TO EAST COAST IN ISTHMIAN
Consignment of Wool, Honey and Sugar Also Included in the
Cargo Mauna Loa Brought Varied Products of Hawaii
Mauna Kea Departs for Hilo Marama Due From Anti
podes at Six This Evening Zealandia Here Tomorrow.
Mainland Importers of fine grades
of tobacco will receive n shipment
v;hlrh goes from hero In the Amctl-can-Hnwallan
scheduled to depart from Honolulu for
Sallna Cruz direct on 1 rlday nfter-
In addition to a large shipment of
Hawaiian grown tobacco leaf, the
Amercan-Ilnwallan vessel will depart
with consignments of sugar to the
amount of 6000 tons, wlillo general
cargo will total the figures to O'lOO
tons. There are shipments of wool,
honey, pineapples and other lines ol!
1 roduiis lit the cargo now going Into
Iho Isthmian which now Ilea ut the
Tho Amcrlcan-IInwailan Mexican Is
Iho next essel to call hero and this
Irelghtcr will Inaugurate the regular,
triangular run which Iho sugar licet
pcrsuc In taking hlg shipments of
sugar from tho Islands to S.illnn (Jrti.l
The .Mexican is duo to arrive heie on
or about December Ith, j
Haiti has been falling In consider
able qu mtltlcs along the Konn coast
according to rexjrls which have been
biought hero by I'nrscr Hear Shel
don of tho lntcr-lshind steamer Ma-'
una Loa. The steamer wna an arrival
this morning with tho regulation as
sortment of iiroduclB from Hawaii
Tho freight list Included 30 head di
tto, horses, CS crates pigs. lurko)a
in barrels fruit, 33 crates chickens, 41
boxes fruit, SI bundles hides, 58 sacks
beans, 75 Hiicka awn, 82 bunches ban
anas, 218 backs taio, 283 sacks coffee,
G100 sacks sugar and 200 packages
sundries. Sugar awaiting shipment on
Konn and Kan Include bra) sacks at
I'nnaluii nml 2395 sacks nt llonuais)
Tho vessel met with light winds and
tmoolh seas along Konn wlillo steam
ing on tho Kau side nt tho Isl mil
btiong tindea and lough sens vveio
Some lively work will have to bu
lono to dispatch tho Calfadlau-Austrn-ll.ui
liner Mnrainn for Vancouver and
Victoria this evening. Tho vessel Is
expected to arrive fioin Iho Cclnnlcs
along iihoul n i'clock and as there aio
175 tons Australian cargo to ho dis
charged and ouo hundred tons eon I
to ho placed aboard, It will require,
somo fast work on tho part of steve
dores o dispatch tho steamer for tho
Northwest by oleven o'clock, tho tlmo
now set by the ngenta Twolvo pns
songerB havo Hum far been hooked
for transmrtatlnn to the Const In thlsj
vessel. About forty tuna general car
go la to ho supplied tho vessel during
tier slay at tho port. Tho Marami
will berth ut Alukcn wharf. .
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Miiul Island1
N'ly Mile Kahulul Harbor Kaliu
lul Ilrcakwntcr Light, Reported ex
tinguished November 5, will be le
lighted na soon as practicable. Until
it la leliglitcd a ted hand lantern vvllll
bo exhibited hum tho light tower.
)")l, nt Manila.
Logan, ft tiii Manila, at lived Honolulu,
nnd sailed Nov, 3 for San Fran
cisco. Sherman, sailed from Honolulu for
Manila, arrived Nov, 3.
Sherldnn, at San Francisco, arrived
Crook, arrived S. F. Apr. 13.
Itufon!, at San Francisco, arrived Aug.
Warren Stationed nt tho Philippine.
Thomas anlleil from San Francisco for
Honolulu and Manila, Nov. G.
Tim Y M. C A night school opentd
last evening with l" students enrolled
This Is the largest opening night in
rollmcnt In tho history pf .the Institu
tion, nnd ever thing points to n sihool
of over three hundred students when
all tho classes are In full swing.
A daughter wna born yestordny to
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cooke, who nro to
day receiving tho congratulations of
their friends. Mra. Cooke and thu Ut
ile girl nro loportcd to bo going very
W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
' ( Schfitz Beer
According to late advices received
nt tho agency of T. II, Davlcs nml
Company, Iho represontntlvea of tho
Canadian-Australian liner Kenlandla,
'hat vessel from Vancouver and Vic
tor la. will arrive ut Honolulu on or
about eight o'tlock tomorrow morn
lug. TIiIh steamer is bringing a mini
her of passengers fm the Islands nml
will berth at tho Kvva sido of Alakc.i
w lmrf. It la the Intention to glvo the
vessel n prompt dispatch for Austra
lian ports, llio steamer to depart pre
sumably at llvo o clock.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Kau.it
whlih has spent Iho past few months
In the coasting trade out of Hlto was
an arrival this morning. Tills vcbscl
will go on the marine railway tor
cleaning and repainting.
l'er M. N. S S Wllhclmlna, for San
l-rnnclbco, Nov. 8. A. w. Haines, J
J. Wise, J. W. Cntuirlo, M. (Ireen-
Kiugh, l:. I'nrkei, .lohu II. Dole, J. S.
millions, J. W. Ilrognn, II. 11. Huus, O,
II. Shepherd, A. C. Steven, C. i:. With-
cis, Mrs. S. N. Uiughlln, Mrs. St.
John and child, Mrs. It. 1. Dow, Mrs.
Lucas, T, 1.. I'cuuingtou, Mrs. T. 1
Pennington, Mrs. A. Harslow, II. II
l.nno, Mrs. II. Tosa, Mrs. S. L. Wat
kins, Jus. McC.ibe, Mia. John King,
Mrs. C. n. Owen and child, Mrs. R C
risk, Mrs. W. Wid, Jas. 1). Dole, Iv
Nclll, Mrs. K. Nelll, D, K. (lllllngliaiii
Mrs. I). U. Gllllugham, Mrs. A. 11
llcbcr. a. II. Ilrndt, Mrs II. 1". llciul
more, Wm. h;jHcTlglio. J. II. Fuller,
.1. 1). Llich K. I. Morlnrty, J l
Dmlols, Mr .1, J. Daniels, Mrs. John
Kennedy ami five chlldicn, C Viiugli
mi, Mis. i: 'auglum, Mr. McKcnuiii
le.v, I' I.indch.ttim, Miss H. Johnson,
F. C. Chi Ion, Miss Uivvrcnce, Mrs. i:.
('. Cln(on, Miss Lucas, Mlsa I- Di
vldson, Mra. J, llrevvcr, Mrs. P. II.
Davis, W Krliart, Mrs. A. N. Ilon.iii,
Mlas IJ. IlOigln, A. A. Dr.irht, Mia. A.
C Montgomery, Mrs. II. Nlcoll, II. Nl
toll, Chas. It. 1)1) Ih, C. F. Wood, Jus.
J. nurkc, Mrs. Jas. .1, Ilurko nnd
child, W. C. Sargont, A. 0. Deer, Mrs
A. W. Wllght. A. W. Wright Miss
Dorothy Ilcardmoro, J. II. Hunt, W.
A. Klnnc), Mrs. W. A. Klnnc), C. M
I ehlond, S Johuis, Mrs. S. Jolinls, .1,
T. McCroason, S. r.irkcr, W. W.
Cocks. Mrs. W. W. Cocks.
l'er stmr. Klniiu, for Kniuil ports
Nov. 7. It llurgess nml two children,
Mrs. Kahelc, P. O. Ilocr, P. Wllllnms,
S. A. Kcslono, C. Druns, II, S. Simp
son. Miss A. Klitso.
l'er stmr. Miknhala. ftir Maul and
Moloknl ports, Nov. 7. Y. Nam lllng.
Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Konn ami Kau porta Mauna Loa,
rtmr., a m.
Tuesday, Nov, 7,
llllo via way porta Mauna Ken,
stmr., 10 a. in.
Mnhuknui anil Knwnlhuo Llkcllke,
I I'A.SSD.MIEHS AIIIIIVKD I
l'er stmr, Mniinn Loa, from Konn
and Kim ports, Nov, 7 IJ. O. Shen
lid. S. Kuuuknii, .1, I. Daniel, Mis
Daniel, Mis. J. Kollott, V. Ward, Miss
II. K. Wind, Miss L Horn, P. i..
Fiear, Mrs. Fiear, F. Ilcnslace, Mrs.
Hustiicc, C. W. Ashford, W. F. Drake,
I. Horn, John A In, B. Alii. II, Wnss
man It. Wassmiin, B HIscholT, Mra.
Itenton, A. Illlloliraudt, M. Duarlo, W.
II. t'nilor, Ina. Coke, !.. II. Kerr, H.
K Smllh nml 35 deck.
Siiporlntcndont of Public Wnrka
Mnrston Cnnipliell thh morning iiiulo
out tho contract for tho InjIiiK of tho
wator mnlii nt Kiilntnkl to tho Lout
Young ISiglnecrlng Conipajiy. Thny
vveio tho Invvpi'lilililoia when tho ten
dcra wore oicned home tlmo ngo
TIDESSUN AND MOON
351 5 r r S t s
tra so p c, ; B
"n"! u J3 la 2 i t
5. t .
N'or. it in p ni. p m a m
a si. to 3sumivjuenta ne
7 4 1V 30 3(u 'JT.III.I BOO &9 S.3I
p in I
IN". J I laJllloHSIH 6 10 Mf IK
0 ft j j 1 6 15 10 ,i I 30. 0.(0 Mil DM
' Bii jo o o 1 1 2j iw.ato Md nil
11 73; id (M jo.'i'en i.u to io
1' M5 I 7 "0311 IW HIS (!! Ml- II I)
ljint ipiaiter of tho moon, Nov, K'th
Tcnipcriiturea. 0 n. in., 74: 8 n. m
7, 10 a. m., 7U; uisiii, 81; morning
Itnrometcr, 8 n. m , 30 07; nbsoluto
humldlt, 8 n. m, 5 877 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. in,
Oil per cent; dew point, 8 a in, 02,
Wind. C a. in, velocity 9, direction
10: 8 a. m velocity H. direction i:; 10
n. m., velocity HI, direction N15; noon,
velocity 11, direction Nil.
Hulnfnll during 24 hours ended S
n. m., 1 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
l.ouia ended ut noon, 279 miles.
VESSELS TO AND
(.Special Cable to MertlianU'
Tuesday, Nov. 7.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Nov. 7,
1:30 p. in.; S. S. Mongolia, for Ho
SALINA CItUZ Sailed. Nov. 4: S. S.
Arlronnu, for San Francisco via San
S. S. Marania, doiks nt Alakc.i
wharf about ii )i. in. fiom Auckland
nnd sails about 11 p. in., tor Victoria
S. S. Zealandia, docks nt Alakca
wharf about 8 a. m. from Victoria
and sulla for Auckland p. in. tumor
That the olllco force of tho depart
incut of puhllc Instruction has not .my
tlmo to run around making out lists to
le used for political purisiscs, Is Iho
vav in which Superintendent of Biln
cnllnn Willis T. Pope treats lh
chaiges that havo been made ngjlntl
iilm bv .lames I). Lewis, t hall man of
tho lio.iul of supeivlbora nt llllo. In
no article that appeared In a llllo
paper, Lewis charges Popo with ex
trnvagmco and lottcu innungciucnt of
Lewis btntcd I h tough the papct,
that ho asked J'opo for a It of teach
ers throughout tho Islands, with their
giadca and salaries and that the lat
lei snubbed him and refused to fin
nlsh thn list. Speaking of tho mat
ter this morning. Pope icforrcd to tho
letter sent nloug to lyvvls and also
stated that bis clerical force hud not
tlmo to go making out tabulated lists
of 558 names together with tho grado
nnd salaries. "My foitV; bo said,
"has not tlmo to go i mining iirouml
making out lists and besides It has
novcr been tho policy of Iho depart
ment to send out Iho salaries to any
ono oulhldo of tho commissioners.
"They aie published In tho report
every two years and therefore an
ehurgo of concealment la ridiculous.
It Mr. ICwld had couio Into tho olllco
ho could havo been the list the same
aa un)ono else, hut wo cannot go
making out thirteen sheets of rlosely
willtcn l)powrlltcn matter for unjoin
who asks us.
"Tho referenco na to aomo of tho
men being in) favorites. Is also ridi
culous, for with the cxctTptlon of one,
all those In tho Hated published In
ho llllo paper wcro appointed long
beforo I came Into oflleo ami luivi.
been diavving tho same salaries all the
time. If tho) would only gj into
tilings In tho pioper way Instead of
rooting mound making chmgos thov
would find less to kick iibout."
That palatial fiirnlshtil mavonilty
sultn In the "ill) hull" Is now exposed
to the illrcit luys of the glaring orb of
Ma) or J J Peru dtilans that no
longii Is h" it wurin mlvowito of cer
tain provisions of tho new and recent-l)-passid
While this ilocuini nt benrs the slg
initiiiK of the clt)'s ihhr executive,
in virllnhss, that olllilul this morning
was hiought fain to rain with ouo of
its piovlsloiis whli h has Iriinsfnriniil
his liiMirlinis iiunrters from a cool and
shadid ritnat for politicians with an
ambition nnd tiixpn)cis with n grlev
until to ii place where now the thtr
mouuttr does mi mroplanlng stunt bo
cuuse of thn iininvitl of the mnvnspro.
In lion ut the windows
Mn) or Ft in partlt limted In a nne
roiiiul go with tho piovlslons nf tho
new building ordinance! this morning,
mul was given tho count bv Hulldlng
nnd Plumbing Inspritor Mlchlsteln
And this Is iow,lt n happened,: ,
Tho awnings which shaded the may
oralty windows hud become vventher-
bealcn nnd tattered, mul an order bad
been placed with Sam Walker, who
represents the owners of the Mclntie
building, for a new set Tho now nvvn
lugs arrived this morning, nnd work
men had suiceeded In freeing tho
frames of the old covering nnd were In
tho ait of placing the new canvns
thereon when lliilldlng nnd Plumbing
Inspector Mliblsteln happened to tile
past the open door lending Into tho
inaor's olllii' He nt once pled the
preparation to Instill the nvvnlngs, unit
It wna hut il momilit before that olll
chil turned to section s" of the rtvlstd
building ordlnunie, which In part read
"No cloth or canvns awning shnll be
constructed In the rear or on the sides
of any building within the lire limits
"If jnii place those awnings to those
reur window, )oti uro doing so hi dl
net violation of the law," Interposed
"What inn I going to do for shade for
tluse rooms''" hundred lllrroncr.
Mlrhlstilu looked ut Wiillicr, who In
turn was willing to puss the huik up
to the innor
The result Is the new aw nines may
grnie some of the more favored front
windows of the "ill hall," whllfMnor
Pern Is seriously thinking of securing
suitable olllt-o iiuarttrs nt the rcfrlg
enitlug plant of the Hawaiian Blectrlc
"Ami to think that I signed that or ill
naniel" was the parting rejoinder of
tho mnor as he sought the cooler ulr
In his spacious und awlft-llrclng auto
Tli,, niisuir llletl liv Mntor I'i rn In
the Circuit Court )csUrdny iifternoon.
In which he upholds .loim 11 )vnson
in-iiliu.1 llio l.elt ro.nl t oniiulsslon. lll-
tboiigh he hlmsilf Is ono of the de
ft ndiints In the i use, does pot, in cord
ing to the iiltorney-gtiiiral, amount to
The llrst that I hciid of It," he said
this morning, "was when I read the iin
iiouiiteniint III the pnpirs. Wi' had
bun iittlng na his nllornc)s nil the
time, us he had nskid us to do so This
morning, after the nutter had been
made imlille. 1 nettled a note from
li I tit stating that he did not wish this
department to handle the matter for
him tiny longer.
"If I had lit en In private practise I
should havo liten entitled to n tared
sum for the work that has bein done
on the ruse iihtady, for although a
nun Is entitled to i hnnco his attorney
ut mi) time, he can not do so without
noticing him of the fact
"The answer tiled In thu court dots
not amount to moth, mi)way, for tho
reason that the majority must iiIwids
rule anil rem Is only ono or me com
mission. Again, during the wholo of
this time, we have been conducting tho
eiisn on Ids behalf and taking n dliTor
ent view of the iimttir altogether Tho
tun) or has lueii u party to nil the tight
u hiiw. lint nit iiiriilitKt VVIIhiiii. nnd
tht rt fore this change of front III such
u siidib u manner dois not amount to
on Ililng. ninth."
(Continued from Pag 1)
Fhnro ol tho upkeep hi pioportlou to
fit) -v, ter run thrnui.li.
.Not Consider Mrl'miillcst',
In answer to a ipieatlon thn Hot
ornor hinted that lie had not lit a id t I
whether u separate rornpiny is to he
formed In linnnio thn proposition but
that tho liieiibo would ho put up at
nut Hon and thn lleenso he Issued In
tho naiuo of tho corporation buying
When asked us to llio rights claimed
by L. L. McCamlless to tho water on
tho government reservation tho Cov
in nor said: "Thcio Is an ugreoment
in tho license, that allows tho licensee
to tako through thu tunnel water ob
tained outside the specified limits but
na far as Mr, McCandlcss's claims to
the water on tho government luui aio
concerned, wo hno pot consldored
him In the matter at all."
The depenib ut.m.in bus to seek; thu
hide pendent man Is sought
10 TO 50 REDUCTION
Main Entrancei Near Hotel Stroet
1140 FORT 8TREET
Received, by the last steamer, LIN
GERIE and TAILORED WAIST8,
FALL SUIT8 and RAINCOATS) also
ONE-PIECE BROADCLOTH GOWNS
Mrs. F. Zeave
68 YOUNG BUILDING
NEW STAMPING PATTERNS
Here Is the greatest demonstration
of the power of one mind over another.
Thoughts pulled from the brain-cells of
the audience like easy money.
Nothing like It seen hero since the
visit of the late WASHINGTON IRV
ING BISHOP The Greatest Mind
Reading Act on the Stage.
May Edith Taylor
No let-up In the enthusiasm with which
this Young Lady Is greeted nightly.
"Melodies From the Old South."
TAKE NOTICE I
POSITIVELY LAST TWO NIGHTS!
Lucia Lottie Collins
The Idol of the London Johnnios.
The Card at the famous Empire
Music Hall The Pot of Hawaii.
On MONDAY and TUESDAY EVEN
INGS she will give imitations of Iter
THE GREAT LOTTIE COLLINS
.... as ....
"The Little Widow"
AN ILLU8TRATED STEREOP
With Special Reference to
Volcanoes of Hawaii
Frank A. Perrct
FRIDAY, NOV. 10 8 P. M.
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building - Fort Street
Ov.r May & Co.
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder
Efltlmatoe given on all kind, ot
Concrete Work Specialty
AUAHl STREET, NEAR NUUANU
Will Do It
G. M. DUNCAN
258 Doretanla St, opp. Royal Hawaiian
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