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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1911.
Oceanic I'lrst Degree.
lloiiol ill Chapter -I'. .M.
mill .11, I.'. )i., 7:30 p. in.
llii.-ul.ir .". ji. m.
ll.ninll.in Si'i-miil Kcgrcr.
l.cl Aloh.i No. -Itcul.ir.
All rlxltlnx member ol tk
Order are cordially Invited to
attend metlng of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MAHINt tflblNttny 0thei Alio
EFICIALASSnp.IATIOII. elation- cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO.,1, I. O. R. M
Meets every first anil (Jilnl Tuesday
of each mouth In Fraternity Hall, I. O.
O. V. building. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invitril to iittcmt.
V. J. ItOIUNHON. Sachem.
II V. TODD, C. of K.
aOMOLULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu IxJrtue No. 1, n. r. O,
Clki, meet In tbelr hall, on King
Itreel, near I'ott, every Friday eve
ulng, Visiting Brothers are cordially
'nvited to alteui.
i). v. it. isKNtii:na, k. n.
CHJO. T. KLUtiOISL, Sec
7X. McKINLEY I0DOI. MO. 8,
Hmh every 2nd and 4th Baturda)
veiling at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited ti at
F. P. KILBET, 0. O.
E. A. JACOllSON, K. R. B.
OAHU LODQE NO. 1, K. of P.
Mcctn every flrxt and third Friday at
1 -30 o'clock, I'ythlnn Hull, corner Ilcro-
liuiln mid Kurt streets, Vliltlng broth-
crH cordially Invited lo attend.
S. DKCKL'R, C. C.
(). HIXN'U K. of IU& B.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
MrrlH on second mid fourth Wcdnca.
ilny evening of ouch month nt 7:30
o'clut-k, In Sun Antonio Hall, Vineyard
ktirrt, iie.ir Ihiiinu. Visiting brothers
ro Invited to attend.
I". JlllHlIKH, V. I'.
WM. C XI'C'OV. Heey
Kdw.ird i:nrli Iho noted Psychic of
fiun Francisco, who for nor (wont)
jrurs lins hern prominently lilrntllled
with the .Spiritualists' sock tic V Amer-
Icii, In In Honolulu mill will demon
strate phy hlo pliriuioiiieii, etc Spirit
in il ntlUcc on nil matters Riven. Dally
10 lo 4; evenings hy nppolntnii'iit. Tel
ephone 3313 or nt residence, 78:! Klli.ui
street. (Irnnd Hcanco every Thursday
i:e., 8 o'clock. B073-2W
COIIIIKCT STYLUS AND PRICKS
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite Young Hotel
Tho tVtilr.il Improvement Committee
will not hold il meeting tonight as was
luli'iidcd. The mooting wns called so
erul weeks ago mid un to have eon-
sldiriil ways and moans of securing a
free Rarlugo strvleo. At u nioetliiK
belli at noun yesterday It wan decided
to postpone tlin'tnVetliiB until, soino
tlmo later In tbn month, Imisimich us
ninny of tho members nro very busy hi
tho iiiokiiiIIo enmpnlgn. '
It was stated nt yesterday's mooting
lh.it Iho Citizen's MnsniTUo Coiniulttco
nail iiiiiicriitKcn in iinvo ii ireo gnr
b.igo service estiiblNhod for ninety
days, after which tlmii it would bn
hopped unless other nrniugeiiiout Is
niiido. Inasmuch as provision for this
scrvlcu for tho year must bo mndo in
tlio Hoard of Supervisors' budget by
tho Inst of this month, if It Is tn get
it nt all, the special loiuinlttco nf the
Improvement club will probably call u
inciting within this lime, for tho pur
poso of demonstrating" to the supcrvls.
ors that such n scrvleo Is renlly do.
niauded by tho people.
Tlio II u 1 1 o 1 1 ii lias Jiiot received a
shipment of 1912 Calendar Pads.
"Tlio Adjuster" nn liiMiirtineo Jour.
nnl of San Fr.inolsco, publishes tlio
following In Its October Issue;
The t: ran I iik Iliilltln," or
Honolulu, sass of tlio new Homo In-
niimni'o Company of Hint city:
"So riipld linn been tlio growth mill
IiiihIucsh demands iiiioii tlio Home
Company that tlio volume of Inniir-
nice has gone lioond tlio expecta
tions of tlio men who organized II
and nt tlio name time has nttrarted
die attention of tlio lilir mainland
companies. Voluntarily these compan
ion liuvo offered their backing tn the
llumo Company, mid will undertake
to aciept us reinsurance any class of
ilks written here. It's u Rood busl
loss pniH)sllloii for llicni. Yester
day's mull brought to .Manager Zciin
K. Myers n dozen or more letters from
I lie very fincinost of Hie Insurance
companleH of the United States, ready
lo make tlcllnlto nrrnnRements for
liandlliiR the llsks that tlio local com
,)any wImIich tn reltiBiue.'
"Thin 'backlnc' of the mnlnlaiul
eonip.mles Is Indeed complimentary lo
llio Home; desert eill xo, ami I iiuit
asreo wllh lliu 'II u Hot I ii' that 'It's
a Rood loudness proposition for llicni.'
It may still further please the cdltnt
of tlio 'II il I lei In' and stlmulnlc Ills
pride lo be lufoimeil that there are
companies on tlio mainland which
would Rladly "li.ic-k" llio Homo tn the
extent nf re-lnsurliiR every IiIpshciI
cent of Us Inislnots apiuovcd by Man
A nnlsn llkcncil lo Ihn IrrcRillar c-
haiiHt from mi asthmcllc Riisolluo en
clno oinanalcd from llio upper floors
of the Kcdcral customs bouse this
nioriiliiR and greeted the visitor as
lomethliiR rather unusual. Kycs that
were watery and noses that wero led
were outward signals displayed by n
largo delegation of Mr. Stnckablo's
Lrlght young men who continued to go
about their accustomed duties, with n
display of Christian forllttido that was
. Last evening, nil windows and doors
of the upper floors In tlio customs
homo weio tightly closed and Insomo
cases tlio larger venls wero scaled.
Then, wero brought out largo pats,
which being filled with sulphur wero
lighted nml Mils mixture was allow
ed to smoulder throughout llio night
Tlio stiuetitro win tliuioiighly funil
When the Institution was opened
for business this morning, nn odor
pervaded tlio olllces which caused nn
almost linmedlalo rush to n purer and
healthier nlniospherb. Ily dint of a
free circulation of nlr through llio
building, a cluingo resulted which
permitted llio staff to return to tliolr
desks and rcsiimo Ihelr duties.
Dining llio morning hours (hero was
a mora or less fiec-for-nll sneezing
contest. In progress wllh Iho honors
about evenly divided, between tlio col
lector nnd two of his deputies.
A bound volunio of tho latest "Trca
sury Decisions" has been suggested
as n siillnhlo prize for tho successful
Tho sulphur fumes drovo tho Wt
of cockroaches and oilier Insects lo
nn untimely end. nml tlio remains nf
llio deceased added lo tho general dc-
coratlvo schemo which prevails nt thu
Two nf tho best known vaudoilllo
in lists on tlio Pacific Coast urrlvcd on
Iho Zenlandla yesterday mid will open
n locnl season tonight nt tho Kmplrn
thenter. They nro Harry Clair and
Zani Clinton and they huvo Just fin
ished a record engugomont of sixteen
weeks In Vancouver. 1). C.
Their success Is not cnnllnod to tlio
American continent nlono as they
have appeared In London and won
their way easily. Thoy nro knnsvn to
bo among tho most versntlio on tho
vaudeville Btngo and In fact, thnlr pe
culiar talents Induced tho Honolulu
Amusement Company to cngngo them.
Ono of Miss Clinton's big hits Is an
Impersonation of Vestn Tllley, which
sho will repeat here, whllo Mr. Clalr
will present studios of Albort Cliova
llor, tho great London coster comed
ian. Tlio IIIJou has u sluing bill for tho
week-end with Veoletto slurring in
her telepathy act.
A Joinder In ilcmuriur was entered
this morning In tho clicult court by
I'.lmlra M. Johnson In her case ngulnst
II M. Kmillm, Sho states, through
lior attorney, Lorrln Andiows, that tho
facts in the ease are sulllclcnt In rf,v
lor plaintiff to liavo nnd maintain said
action against tho defendant.
BULLETIN AD3 PAY-
City Transfer Co.
JA9. H. LOVE
1 ' . i i i i
I V .
LOADED TO THE GUARDS THE
ZEALANDIA MAKES BRIEF STAY
Murphy a New Recruit For Customs Staff rPersia Ncarinq
the Islands Sierra In the Morning Three Inter-Island
Steamers Away Tomorrow Ban on Smoking.
Thrco hundred and fifty passengers on tho Canadian-Australian liner Zen
managed to find room In tlio Cnna-
rllan-Australlan liner Zcalandln which
pulled away from Alakca wharf nt
eight-thirty Inst night bound for 8yd-.
ncy and New Zealand ports.
Staterooms were filled to capacity
whllo tho vessel carried a cargo that Immediately adapted bv Night Inspcc
occuplcd all nvallablo spacp In her tor Horry who has provided tho dog
capacious holds, Bo completely was with a good homo and given him n
tho vessel packed with freight before
leaving Vnncnuvcr nnd Victoria, that
ono local shipper despite frantic ef
forts was turned down In his attempt
to ship nn uutomohllo to tho Antl
IHidcs. Ills appeals to tho local ngents
nnd the skipper alike fell upon deaf
The departure of the steamer was
a rather lively one despite tho ab
sence of tlio band nnd Its usual musi
cal serenade. leaving this port was
a. gay and vivacious souhrctte who
had Just closed n season nt ono of tlio
locnl plcturo shows, and a bevy of
Honolulu "Johnnies" wero nt tho
wharf to shed tears nnd scatter ox-
icnslvo llornl tributes.
Tho Zenlandla arrived hero with 21
passengers and six tons general cargo.
Among tho through passengers wero
n galaxy of fistic stars nnd tho usual
train of lesser lights. In tho fight
game. Locnl Interest centered ot
course In Sam I.nngford, n strapping
colored fighter, whoso pirty included
Terry Keller, Cyclono Johnny Thomp-
ron nnd Daniel Klynn These gen-
tlcmcn of tho roped nrciln did
cd to pose on the floor of the wharf
nt frequent Intervals for tho cdiflcn
tlon of a bunch ot local admirers und
Also traveling through to Australia
wero II. C. Wright, M. B. McLaughlin
and W. A. Larncd, n trio of Ameri
can tennis players, who wero given n
rousing send off by tho local dovotees
of the racquet.
Purser Coxnll reports flno weather
on tho trip from British Cnlumbln, A
mainland mall was brought by tlio
Manila Learnt of Advance of Dig
Manila has learned through Wash
ugton advices to tho naval cominand-
imt at Cavltc, that tho cruiser Now
Orleans has been ordcicd to proceed
In San Francisco. It is rumored that
Iho armored crulsors Washington nnd
Tennessee, now with tho cruiser di
vision of tho Atlantic fleet, will lie
ordered (9 tho Asiatic station. The
cruiser Itnlnbnw has been ordered
prepared for service as a flagship,
Tho cruiser Rainbow- Is already fit
ted ns a flagship, and bis served pre
viously ns such for tho commander of
tho second Bquadion ot Iho Asiatic
Tho armored cruisers Tcnncsseo
and Washington nro two of the bug.
est cruisers now in Iho United States
Navy, bolng of 11.500 tons displace
ment uud mounting four ten-Inch guns
Sugar and Pines for East Coait.
Over nt tho Railway wharf, tho
Amcrlcnii-Hnwmlan freighter Isthmian
)sv being given thq last of a consign
ment of six thousand Ova hundred
tons freight for transhipment nt Sa
This vessel is taking obout six
thousand Inns sugar, gnthered at tho
toycrnt island pons, and in addition
there, nro consignments of pineapples,
coffee, wool nnd sundries. The Isth
mlan Is oxpected will sail for Tchu
antcpec on or about flvo o'clock to
Murphy Join the Cuttoms Force.
Tho latost addition to tho customs
force Is "Murphy." Ho has no front
name, for in this Instance, Murphy Is
a largo and valuable bloodod-dog. A
Wnihlngtou horseman passod through
W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
f ci. I704 Wines and Liquors fei. I704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Inndtn last evening anil mailo tlio
rather unpleasant discovery whllo
hero that ho would not bo permitted
to land' Iho cnnlno at nn Australian
iort. There was nothing lo do but
to Icnvo "Murphy" behind, mid ho was
Sierra An Early Arrival.
"Tho Sierra will be In before bicnk
fnst," was tho reply given In response
to n query inndo at Iho ofllco of C.
Brewer nnd Company today. Dr. Blue,
n noted quarantlno medical officer Is
a passenger nnd has been granted
authority lo pass tho ship. The Si
erra will therefore come In tho har
bor and to her accustomed wharf
around about six o'clock tomorrow
morning. Tills arrangement will no
doubt meet with tho hearty approval
of one hundred mid thirty seven cabin
passengers as will It also plcaso the
local business men who are anxious to
receive their portion of ono hundred
and eighty-eight sacks of later main
land mall. The Sierra biings a big
inrco intcr-lshinil steamers arc
thus far placed on Iho berth for do
purturo tomorrow. The Mnuna I.oa
i for Knnn nml ICnn unrtn nn tlnwull In
lclsn-lscheillllC(1 to sl al noon tnk,B ,
,arn cnprni catea n.utAne ..m.A.
largo general cargo Including consld
arable quantities of .lumber and for.
tlllzer'. This vessel will also bo com
fortably hllcd with c,ibln and deck
passengers. Tho Claudlno for Hawaii
via Maul 'ports Is expected to sail at
flvo o'clock In tho evening followed b
tho W. G. Ball for Kauai isirts. Tho
Hall has Just come from tho marine
railway where general repairs and ro.
painting has placed tho vessel In first,
class condition again.
Ban On Smoking On Wharves.
"Somo 0110 Is going to bo soaked to
Iho tuno of nt least flvo dollars for
an Infraction nf tho now law icnnl
Izlng the smoking on Territorial
wharves," Btnted it harbor official this
morning. In tho possession of tho
harbor commission Is tho draft of n
law which will permit tho arrest of
any and nil offenders who persist In
tho dangerous practice of smoking on
tho whiitjvos. The regulation callR for
Iho Inifiosillnn of n flno ranging from
five to twenty-flvo dollars and somo
ono Is going In get stung. Is tho way
lhat cusluins ofliecrs and wharf offi
cials size up tho matter.
Chinese Firemen Delay Minnesota,
Kit Iking Chinese firemen 011 hoard
tho (iicnt Nprthorn Steamship Min
nesota succeeded in delaying tho
movements of that vessel for a con
siderable tlmo during tho voyago be
tween Japan ports. According lo h
late cable from Yokohama Chinese
flieiuen.011 tl)e ship wero on n strike
nnd tlfo sailing data had been Indef
Booze, anoj Not News, He Sought.
In tlio'ofUco ot Collector of Cus
toms Stackablo this morning repose
two qun'rt bottles of imported gin
whlclnwcro Inst night seized und con
fiscated by Customs Inspector Mitch
ell from a well known young man
about lown, who claims to rcpicscnt
P local military wookly publication.
With what to all outward apiioar
nnccs wns a bundla of Canadian illus
trated newspapers, tho man was re
luctantly hult'od In his nttompt to
Icavo (ho Canadian-Australian liner
ealandla Just before tho hour nt
sailing Inst night. At tho command
or tho (customs ofllcer 'the bundlo wus
fumed over to tho authorities mid tho
boozo was found neatly concealed
TIDES SUN AND MOON
3 ; 5 r ( J , s
n A g Ft ?$ - g f
D"e 3d 3 la 3g ii s I i
Nov, it m. p tn. p tn. A.m.
0 332 t.S 30) 00HOSO S.0K 5.3 rise
T 111 JO 3U 035 11.15, B.O0 S.5I 031
l S.I I .tilODSlt I .M0 8 It 7.JT
Ml !.t I I0.W l-3t. MO Ml 8.30
10 835 JO ePlll.U 5W Bio &.lf B.3I
" 7.3J 1.0 SO".. 1 058.11 6.IH0.KI
'I S.35 1.1 1031 IW I1.1M 8I MHII.II
'ImH ipiiirttr of tho moon, Nov", lstli.
Temperatures G a. m., 73; 8 n. in.,
77; 10 n. in., 70; noon, 7C; morning
lluromotcr, 8 n. m 30.07; absolute
humidity, 8 n, in., 6.C74 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n, in.,
67 per cent; dew point, 8 u, m., C5.
Wind 6 n. m., velocity 8, direction
11; 8 n. m., velocity 3, direction N. K.',
10 n. in., velocity t), direction N. K.;
noon, velocity 14, direction E.
Italnfnll during 'U hours ended 8 a.
m., 0 Inch.
Totnl wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 256 miles. ,
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchants'
Thursday, Nov. 9.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Nov. 8: S. S.
Korea, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Nov. 9, 1
a. in.: S. S. Tcnyo Maru.
WinKLKSS 8. S. Persia, will prob
ably arrlvo off port about 0 o'clock
this evening: but will not dock un
til morning; 400 tons freight; will
bo despatched about 1 p. ,111. tamor
row for San Francisco.
S. S. Korea lias room for about 100
passcngors; has SCO tons cargo for
within tho wrapper ot newspapers. In
a manner that would have caused no
suspicion unless an examination had
been ordered. The collector Is making
an Investigation Into the attempt to
imiigglc tho liquor ashore without tho
payment of duties nnd further do
vclopments nro promised nt tho con
elusion of tbo Inquiry.
Persia May Arrive Too Late for Pra
Tho Pacific Mail llnor Persia en
routo from China and Japan poits
with four hundred tons Oriental mc
chandlso may arrlvo too lato this
ovcnlng to rccolvQ pratique at tho
hands of tho Federal quarantlno au
thorities. Tho Persia Is bringing
eighty-two Filipinos who nro to tako
up work with tho Hawaiian sugar
plantations. A wireless was received
by Captain Lockctt this morning
with Iho announcement that ho hop
ed to reach tho quarantlno on or about
six o'clock. Tlio sklpjior has been
untitled .that tho Federal qunranllno
authorities will not puss tho vcstol
nfter sundown. In that event the
Persia will bo brought insldo tho har
bor and to Alukeu wharf ut un early
hour tomorrow morning.
Korea Has Room for Hundred Pas.
Ono hundred passengers can find
nmplo accommodation In the Pacific
mall liner Korea which Is to arrlvo
on November ISth from Hongkong and
Japan ports, A cablo received at tho
agency nt II. Hackfeld nnd Compiny
today Is to tho effect that tho vessel
has sailed from Yokohama, Japan,
with nlno hundred mid fifty tons
freight for dlschargo at this port. At
tho local agency, less than fifty ap
plications huvo thus far been receiv
ed for transportation to tho mainland
In tho Korea. Tho Korea Is bringing
thirty Filipinos for, work on Hawaii
an sugar estates. ,
Honolulu "Fait Fruit Line."
Tbo "fast 'fruit lino" wns again In
operation this, morning, and two large
freighters tilled with tho product tak
on from hundreds of box premises
wero lowed to sen hy tho Matson
Navigation tug Intrepid mid then
dumped overboard. Banami trees an.)
other alleged mosquito harboring veg
elation was Included In the Imgo
loads sent to Ben this morning, Tho
scows are being loaded nt tho foot of
Reduction In Pilotage Premised.
Iiwer pilotage rates on the Coltim
jla seom In early prospect. The port
of Portland commlssMi will soon hold
a meeting to consldor n 25 per cent
reduction mid many business men
cling to tho Ideal of free pilotage
Tho cutting of rates hy tho Pugotl
Sound Tugboat Company has b-ought
matters to a focus. It is said much
of tho stock In the latter company
belongs to tlio Merchants and Ship
pers' Tugboat Conipany of Sun Fran
cisco, " '
Heller tho opinion of n cynic than
that of 11 chap who agrees with you
even when you know you are in tho
The strike nt the Atlnntlc Mills nt
r no pnnn., Mnuu ..l.A 1...1I ,f
..,..-.....-, .mmo",, K,'i-B iiu iimii-ituuiin
of lettlnir un.
Per C.-A. S. S. Zcalandln, from Van
couver, Nov. 8. 1' Uarwlck, J. A.
Adams, Mrs. Adams, Mrs, V- Adams,
11 Hoyland, Mrs. K. A. Tcagnc, Mrs.
A. Smith, J. Grlovc, II. llutton, Mrs.
Mutton, Miss llutton, O. Martin, Mrs.
Mnrtln, P. ir. Whllo, Mrs. White, Mas
ter D. White, Miss M. S. Campbell,
W. Isllh, W. Church, J. Walker, I II.
McClellan, Mrs'. McClcllan, F. W. Jnr
Vls, Miss W. Summers, , t
Per C.-A. 8. 8. Zenlandla for Aus
tralian ports Mrs. A. J. Vlsger, Miss
li. Homcwood, Dr. J. II. Johnson, Lu
cia I Collins nnd child, Rev. M
Ware, F. J. I.lbble, Mrs. A. N. Lib
ido, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A. Scovllle, M
Boscnblnlz, Miss Douglas, Miss Bel
cher, Miss M. E. Putney, Miss M. Put
ney, Kmcst Walker, Mr. and Mrs. C
II. (llbson and 2 chlldicn, Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Mltchcn, V. Klrker, Mrs.
A. Bell nnd 2 children.
Per Maramn, for Vancouver, Nov,
S. l.ylc Dickey, Miss Pilgrim, Tom
Sharp, W. A. Knglc, S. Bell and
child, It. A. Komi, It. A. Stafford, Mm.
G. II. Norton. C. Horn nnd Miss Bo-
Per M. N. K. 8. Wltholmlnn for San
Francisco, Nov. 8. A. W. Games, J.
J. Wise, J. W. Cnnnrlo, M. Green-
bough, K. Parker, John II, Dole, J. S.
Fillmore. J. W, Brogan, B. II. Haas, O.
II. Shepherd, A. C. Steven, C. E. With
ers, Mrs. S. N. Iiuglilln, Mrs. St.
John and child, Mrs. R. P. Dow, Mrs.
Lucas, T. I,. Pennington, Mrs. T. U
Pennington, Mrs. A. Bnrstow, n. II.
Lane, Mrs. II. Foss, Mrs. B. L. Wat
kins, Jns. McCnbo, Mrs. John King,
Mrs. C. G. Owen and child, Mrs. K. C.
Flsk, Mrs. W. Bird, Jas. D. Dole, K.
Nclll, Mrs. K. Nelll, D. E. Gllllngham
Mrs. D. R. Gllllngham, Mrs. A. II.
Holier, O. II. Ilradt, Mrs. B. F. Bcard
pioro. Win. E. McTlghe. J, H. Fuller,
J. D. Lynch, F. D. Morlnrly, J. L.
Daniels, Mrs. J. 1 Daniels, Mrs. John
Kennedy and five children. E. Vaugh-
nn, Mrs. E. Vaiighan, Mr. McKonnar
icy, P Llndcbnum, Miss E. Johnson,
F. C. Clayton, Miss Lawrence, Mrs. E,
C. Clayton, Miss Lucas, Miss U Da
vidson, Mrs. J. Brewer, Mrs. F. E.
Davis, W. Erhart. Mrs. A. N. Renati,
Miss B. Bcrgtn, A. A. Bracht, Mrs, A.
C. Montgomery, MrB. II. Nlcoll, II. Nl
coll, Chns. n. Blyth, C. F. Wood, Jas.
J. Burke, Mrs. Jas. J, Burko and
child, W. C. Sargent, A. G. Beer, Mrs.
A. W. Wright, A. W. Wright, Miss
Dorothy Bcardmoro, J. II. Hunt, W,
A. Kinney, Mrs. W. A. Kinney, C. M:
Icblond, S. Johnls, Mrs. S. Johnis, J,
T. McCrosson, S. Parker, W. W.
Cocks, MrB. W. W. Cocks.
Per stmr. Mnunn I.oa, for Ililo nnd
way ports, Nov, 10. T. II. Gibson and
wife, Miss J, I). Mossey nnd friend,
J. 8. Fillmore, W. T. Frost. D. Q. May
Miss N. Wnllaco, W. C. Ahl, W. B.
Williams, 11. Bushcr, J. E. Hughes,
F. Osnkl, J, Johnson, Mrs. Wood.
Per' stmr, Claudlne, for I llio, via
way ports, Nov. 10. A. Haneborg,
Mrs. V llurd nnd child, Mrs, Hcniy
Dens, Mrs. Miilhollnnd and two chit
drcn, Mrs. Bodge.
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, for Knuni
ports, Nov. 10. J. II. Townscnd, A.
Copp, J, Kussolh, w. Martinson.
ARMY AND NAVY
A new veterinarian has been or
dered to tho Fifth Cavalry, to tako
tho pl.ico of Dr. Edwards. He Is Ur.
James R. Ilnynes, who has been sta
tioned recently at Fort Riley, Kan
sas, Dr. Ilnynes Is expected on tho
next transport from tho Coast.
A sergeant, n corpornl ond two first
class privates will bn added to tho
!ocnl signal corps, and nro ordered
to Honolulu on thn next transport
from San Francisco. They will as
sist In II ro control installation.
General Mtoinb Is a great 'believer
In early morning exnrc'lso to clear
one's head for tho day's work. Ho
lakes a long rido nearly every morn
lug before coming to department head
quarters. Admiral Cowlos is spending a few
weeks at (ho Bcnstdo Hotel.
LOCAL AND 'GENERAL
In tho case of W. O. Smith ugnlnst
Mclo Mali 11 et al, Iho defendants huvo
ten days In which lo plead to the
It Is rejiorted by thoso connocted
with the public schools of ,tht, Terri
tory that the maps of tho Islands is
sued by the Promotion Committee are
a great help In the sci.ool work. ',
Norman Smith yesterday tiled u
brief in tho Federal Court In support
or his motion for a bill of particulars
In thu cliargea of having smuggled
opium preferred against Smith.
Thoro hits boon no decided chango
In Dr. McGrew'g condition, ono wuy or
the other, for tho last forty-olght
nours. lie nasnaa no minting spoils
nnd Is resting comparatively easy,'
First-class milliner, recently from tho
Coast, desires position. Apply Hul
lelln olllee. 5079-tf
Flower pin with diamond In center of
.1 .-,...,.... . ...... a
miner, iviuiuy return 10 iiuiieun 01-
e.. ,i ,i. ..... rf,,n.,.
Ilco and receive reward,
Tho Supremo Court this morning
handed down Its decision In connec
tion with tho Inter case brought by O.
E. HuilthlcH against the treasurer In
connection with the refund ot mcr-,
chants' license fees as arranged for by
the last Legislature.
There wero certain licenses that wero
due before the ihito set, June 14, but
which .were not paid until jitter that
date. In the previous opinion of tho
court, which staled that tho, treasurer
must pay over as a refund all nionevs
paid for the licenses before July '14, ho
mention wns mudo of tho present state
The court now holds In tfili casothiit
the license feis nro to bo refunded only
ni to 11 portion corresponding to tho
fractional part of the year which re
mained unexpired on Hint dale. Tho
Judgment states "that the government
is entitled to rctiiln such proportion of
each fee paid ns will correspond with
tho fraction of 11 jenr covered by tho
period from the date of the licence lo
June 14. Thcso amounts ngBroKntc.iic
eordhiR to tho nrgued agreed statement
of facts, the sum of $223.ir.."
PRICE OF PA1KAU
HAS GONE UP
Tho price of playing pal-kail, seven-
eleven or any other gambling game has
gone up, uccordlng to 'the record of Iho
police court. Judge Monsarrat, beforo
whom fnurtceil Japanese Rumesters ap
peared this morning, charged with
cither playing sovcn-olcvon or with be
ing present lit a place where the gam
bling Kiimo was being conducted, lined
a large number of them KS each, cosIh
of court Inclusive.
Chief of Detectives McDiillle, who
placed tho Nipponese under nrrest last
nlRht, stated this morning that 11 largo
number of the defendants urn ohltlma
players. Owing to their having been
convicted for gambling so regularly.
tlio Judgo sentenced them each to pay
a big price for tbelr fun.
The defendants pleaded guilty tn tlio
charge, paid their tines nnd vfulkcd
away, promising to "no more liana-
AFONG'S GIFT TO GIRL
Ship's Steward Carrying It to
Mail for Yalo Senior Held
Up By Customs Men,
A customs watchman, ns'thc croud
from tho steamer Krnnpriuz Wllhclm
wns sifting through tho guto at H11
boken last ovcnlng, slopped 'a ship's
steward from whoso isickcf a pack
ago protruded, says tho -New York
Tho packago proved to bo stamped
homily enough to carry It through
tho malls to a "road" In Hongkong,
to which placo It wns addressed tn
"Miss Inls Young." It bore Iho ad
dress of tho sender, C. W. 8. Afong.
a passenger on tho Krnnpriuz, grand- ,
son of tho mllllnnnlro Chlucso
planter, ono of whoso daughters be
came tho wife of Rear Admiral Whit
ing, U. 8. N. '
The steward and the packet wero
taken to Deputy Surveyor John J.
Rnctkiewlcz, who- found Mr, Afong,
a senior returning to Yale, with Kuo
P. Tsai, his classmate, son nf thn
Tnotai of Tlon Tsln, Mr. Afong Bald
ho had bought :i bracelet In Moscow
to send to Miss Young, mid that ho
Snvo It yesterday In tho steward to
mall In tho ship's isistonieo. Tlio
steward said ho had failed to post It
ihcro and was taking It to tho Hn
boken postofllco. At tho custom
houso 1111 inspector was sent with tho
student to mall tho packago In thu
WAIMEA SICKNESS PROVES
TO BE REAL DIPHTHERIA
Definite nssuranco lias been given
that ono nt tho thrco suspicious canon
reported from Wnlnicii, Kumil, is diph
theria, A wireless has been dis
patches to Dr. Sundow, tho govern
ment .doctor, and ha will in all pi lib
tThere were- three cultures sent
down for examination and tho report
this, morning showed that ono of them
at least yas dolnlto enough !i.o caiiso
quarantine regulations to bo Imposed.
JACK HALL will loavo for Maul on
next Tuosday. Ho goes to tho Vnlloy
Isle ns hnokkeopor at tho. Pain store.
MR. AND MRS. J, A. ADAS, of
Sequlni, Wash., Wore arrivals on tho
13. 8. Zealandla from Vuncouvcr yes
terday. Mr. Adams Is a woalthy land
owner In tho Sequlin prnlrlo district.
Ho nnd his wlfo cnnlempiato spend
ing tho winter hcio. They nro at
A married mnn thinks ho Is Justified
In kicking when lie is cnlled upon to
foot his wife's hills.
Sympathy Is something that makes
.lnA .! ,.,,n..n.r,.H.ni.in ...i..i -"-'
' "" ,vv' -""' "!, viiumwr u is
no leoi iinnnnirnr
M7D-at given or withhold.