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Masonic , Temple
Honolulu Muted '
Oceanic -Srrinid llegric.
Hawaiian - r'lrl Degree.
IIiiiiiiIiiIii 'I hlnl Degree.
lliiriiinii) CliniliT Nil I.
II. I). S. Itegular.
All visiting members of tc
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings nf local ladgea
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
HARINE FNGIHtEBS 0"h Aito.
BENEFICIAL AFSn,.ATI0. mtion. cor
ftM. McKINLEY I0DQX. NO. I,
Metis every 2ml slid 4th Saturday
renlng at 7 30 o'clock In K. at P.
Hall, cor. Fort and lleretanla. Visit-
i Ing brotliira cordially Invited t at-
F. F. K1I.HEY. 0. 0.
K. A. JACOIISON, K. K. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE. 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Idg No.-61, D. P. O.
Clks, meet In their hall, on King
tract, near Fort, every Friday tve
alng. Visiting Urothors art cordially
invited to attend.
D. V It. IRRXIIRRD, E. R.
oi:o. t. Ki.UEoni.. sc
HAWAIIAN TRIBE' NO. 1,-1. O. R.' M.
Sfe t every first mid third Tuesday
of null iiiiinlh In Fraternity Hall, I. O.
(). 1'. building. VImUIiik brothers cor
Unity Invited to attend.
W. J. HOHINSON. Sachem.
li V, TODD. C. of H.
OAHU LODQE NO. V, K. of P.
Meets every flrnt nnd third Friday nt
T'So o'clock, Pythian Hall, corner Here
Inula and Fort streets. Visiting troth
rs cordially Invited to attend. ' '
S. DECKER, a c.
o. uniNE, it of n. & b.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Meets on second nnd fourth wedncs.
ilny evening of each month at 7:30
o'clock, In San Antunln Hull, Vineyard
street, iipar Emma. Visiting brother
urn Invited to attend. .'
I'. IIIOOINS, W. P.
VM O. M'COY, Secy.
SPIRITUALISTS, ATTENTION! ,
Edward Earle. the noted 1'aychlc of
Pim rriiiiclii.ii, who fur over twenty
years has liei'ii iiroiuliiently Identified
with thu Spiritualists' societies iV Amer
leu, Li III Honolulu mid will demon
slrute pliychlc pheoniiuiea, etc. Spirit,
tial'udvlce on nil mutters Riven. Dally
1U In 4; evenings hy appointment. Tel
I phone 3913 or nt residence, 782 Klnuu
street (Sr.ind Seancu every Thursday
Eve., 8 o'clock C073-2W
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite 'Young Hotel
WHEN DUYINC ROOFING
Kevirnl yeurs' satisfactory use.
In tlm Islands hau demonstrated
IIh supeilorlly fur thin illmale.
I'lri', acid and wain- leslstlng.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KINO 8TREET
Inter-Ialniid und O, 11. A-TBhlppIng
bonka for half at ths Railed'.
nlllro. r0o Much.
City Transfer Co
CROWN OF GALICIA TOUCHED ..
AT BRAZILIAN COFFEE FORT
British Freighter Has Three Thousand Tons Cargo for Ha
waiian Islands Mauna Loa an Arrival This Morning
Belle of Ireland Due Korea to Be an Early Arrival.
Santoi. Hrii7.ll, the gr-nt coffee !rt, swell. The Mnunn I,oa officers fnllcd
iroiii which l .IIsiHilrlieil qiiniitltlciii to make n landing nt Naioopof, lloo-
of the berry, to nil clMllzed ikiiIh of.
iho world, nuil a jKirt which In thoj
ft'iiwiii ii crowded with hundreds of
upsets t nil size nnd descriptions.'
iik u point fioni whlh tho Urlllsh
Mi'llllisiiip V.IUWU ni iiaiicia, en iiniiti
. , , ,, . ,, ,., , . ,, .
i Kim l:uropu to the Hawaiian Islands,
wus last ivKirled.
The Harrison direct fivlgltler Crown
of tinllcia, Is IiiIiikIiik three thousand
tons Htiroptuu inerchnndlse of wnlch
i Kic.it hulk Is said to be fertilizer,
ui 1 1 pi led at l.ellh. Hhlpinehts of gal
tuulcd Iron wale, liquors and prints
.is well ns u host of eoilsliniineutrt of
olh.'r Hues of merciiuiidlse loaded at
Hambuig, Antwerp. Uindun mid Liv
erpool Is Included lu thu freight fur
i.lM'harge lit Honolulu,
lU'coritlug to tho cnlciilntlons of the
Fied U Wnldion, agency, tho Hteniu
Bhlp Is expected to show up here on
oi about November 30th.
Thu steamship was to have called
it Point Arenas or Sandy I'ulut, thu
cubic station nt the tip end of Pata
gonia and marking Hie entrance of
the .Straits of Magellan..
A Busy Week.
llcgtimlng with Nocinher SOth Iho
week promises to be a busy imo In
local xliliinlni! circles. The Towi Kl-
teu Kulshu liner Nlpiion Maru fri'nu
Sun Francisco with no catgo but u
few pascngers and a mainland mall
Is due to arrive on Tuesday morning
and will lemiilu at Alakea wharf
throughout the day. The Tnyo Klscn
Kalsha Shlnyo .Mnru from Hongkong
.iiid .lapau ports with a large Oriental
cargo Is due to arrive on Friday. This
vessel may not ho dispatched for Sim
Frunc.lt.co until Saturday inoriilngi ,
Tuesday Is the day set for the ex
peeled arrival of nearly two thousand
emigrants, who are enrouto nnd Hear
ing tho Inlands In the llrltlsh steam
ship Wlllesden. The United States
cruiser Cincinnati, en route front Sail
Fruuclsco to China will call hero on
cr about Thursday nnd remain ut the
port for milllclcnt lime tii tako on coal
and supplies. Tho Matson Navigation
steamer Bnterprlso from the Pacific
Coast with a big shipment of mer
chandise und explosives should arrive
heio on or about Friday. Forty-live
thousand barrels of fuel oil are exacted
In uirlvo ut the port on Thursday In
tho Union Oil tanker W. F. Horrln.
Local Japanese Officer Demands LI.
Captain l'uliuda, Is a resident of
Honolulu, has been ussoclatcd with
ono of the big (lulling companies for
some time nnd now comes befnie Iho
Federal officials, demanding that he
Im granted 'paiwrs which will permit
him to take command of the schoon
er Ku Mol which has but lurently
passed from the ownership of Cain
lain Frederick Miller to tho control of
a local hul of Japanese
Fukudit claims that his application
for Hi st class papers has been turn
ed down, Ilo slates (hut he possesses
cei Uneaten Issued lu him In Japan
which entitle him to hold tho position
of master of n vessel of tho typo and
tonnage of tho Ka Mol.
He sajH that he has been prom
ised Hie billet of skipper of tho Ku
Mol by Senator Charles Chllllngworth
ho Is Interested lu a company which
has taken over the Island schooiior,
ami pioposo to eugugo lu a firewood
trade between Iho Islunds.
Many Windward Porta Stormbound.
A score or moio passengers lu tho
good ship Manna lam were obliged to
lemiilu on board that vessel when lu
bight of their sirt of destination on
windward Hawaii owing to tho pre
uleiico of a very heavy Northeast
W.C. Peacock & Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beef
,Ui H, KHI. EXgNlfjBUUETIN,,
.. .. , ,. oono .., ,..
uniiiiu iiiiii tJH vi iiiv avur( hi.' u'
tcll(!crs (vatlned for NapiHipiHi were
gvnt ashore at Kaawaloa while the
mall and frelitht and iiasseiiRera for
"ookena were 'finally landed at the
poll. ,l, llic lentil .u;AM wmnv..-
port on the return voyage
gcrs were ovorcarrled to Kail und
made (lie rotinil trip In the liner. Pur
ser Sheldon reportB tho weather as
Very good op (he return trip with the
Exception of it rough sea and strong
winds off llamakua. The steamer I.I-
1-ellko was passed at Kukiilhaele dis
Jags In Bags.
"Jags" lusting and prolific by the
rack full, exported from Kona whero
the "canaries come from" ns part of
the cargo In the Inter-Island steamer
Manna Uia are being landed In tho
discharge of a large quantity nf nwa
root. Tho "market'' boat returned
this morning with the usual interest
ing array of freight and livestock. Ev
ery sound from tho plaintive mew of
the ships cat and her numerous and
bob-tailed progeny to the clarion call
of tho bl.Jen-K)und rooster greeted.
the wnarr.atteniinnts with the arrival
of the steamer. The freight list lu-(s
chyjad liorsfs. cows; calves, cats, tur -
Keys, pigs, cnicKens, uogs, m cases
fruit, IE crates fish. 39 hales sisal. 4o;ion freght from Far Eastern ports
bales tobacco, 1C1 sacks taro, 101 cases f call, and is expected to sail on or
noney, ui, uuncnes uananas, ia naie,SLOUt four. o'clock tomorrow afternoon
hides, DO sacks charcoal,. 30 head cat
tie, 2221 sacks coffee, 3975 sacks sug
ar and 90 packages sundries. A fair
sized list of passengers returned lit
Nothing Very Swift About the Persia.
Tho Pacific Mall Intermediate
steamer Persia sailing from Honolulu
nt one o'clock on the afternoon of
November 10th arrived at Sun Fran
cisco at seven o'clock last evening
completing the voyage to coast in
the safe, sane and conservative time
of six days and six hours, which con
sidering the regulation flvo days and
eighteen hours the usiitl rule for the
majority of trans-Pacific liners, is not
going much In Pacific Mall circles. ,
The Interesting though entirely In
correct statement made In a morning
paiicr that tho Persia crossed the
stretch of ocean separating Honolulu
and San Francisco In five days and
six hours nnd heatlnir tho Inn herald.
six hours and beating the long herald
ed record of tho China brought forth
ii umllit frnm uliliinf iw ntnn urltrt t)Astr I
tho trouble to look up the oxact dator'S1 ,"' ,lht. ,r1 JYU" Knslneerlnjf. Co,
" II till 14) lu Itnlna ahiinil 14)1 ii.l.
of departure of tho Perwla
There is qulto an extensive cargo
going Into the Inter-lslund steamer
Clamllne scheduled for dispatch ifot
Maul and Hawaii ports at five o'clock
this evening. Tho Claudlne will got
away with a fair sized list of passen
gers. Over nt tho railway wharf the Mat
i.mi liner I.urllno has finished with
the last of tho S800 tons genera) cargo
and Is taking on several lots of sugar
preparatory to sailing for Kahillu!
this evening. The l.urllne has about
five hundred tons freight for discharge
at tho Maul port,
Lurline to Load Molasses.
Iletween flfttcn hundred and two
thousand tons molasses will be pump
ed from Kahtilnl tanks Into tho Mat
M)ii Navigation steamer Lurllno dur
ing tho stay of the vessel at that port.
The I.urllno is to receive shipments
of pineapples and somo sugar, It Is
expected that about thirty passengers
will sail for tho mainland In the Uir
lino when tho Hteamer Is dispatched
for San Francisco ut six o'clock on
next Tuesday evening. The I.urllno
will sail from llackfcld wharf.
HOpOUIMI, ,T, H FRIDAY, NOV.
TIDSS.-SUN AND MOON
rs si ,n zi ' 1 1 i
Utt" d Jdldg h'j
No?. ui, pin. pm nm.
13 ml II ll.4 &. 150 Cltj Mr rle
H I04S i.i em 4n e.ii!Mt o.j
a.m. I f
I 11.4 IJI IUI e: S47. e.l4(Mk I. Ill
l.i l.j Tni ton tJUiiilB t.Ti
17 I.Ml 1.4 l.f. 7.X Cl eljMT .1.JT
1 1.7 '01 7.SJ 001 0IVM7 4.19
'. it, i.s I in a aw eii'MtUii
I.nxt quarter of the moon Nov. 13.
."V, WEATHER REPORT.
Temperatures. B a in., 74; 8 a. m..
76; 10 a. in., 77; noon, 79; inornlim
Uarumcler, S a. in., 30.08; absolute
humidity, g a. in., 5.9SA grain er
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
2. per cent; dew point, 8 n. in., 02.
,Ylnd. 0 n. ni., eloolty 10, dlroc
ifcn Nk; 8 a. m., velocity 8, direction
IEi Tft a. m., velocity 10, dliecllon K;
noon, velocity 12, direction K.
Italnfall during 34 hours ended 8
p. in., 1 inch.
Total wind tnocniPiit during 24
hours ended at noon, 329 miles.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable lo McrchntitV
Friday. Nov. 17.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Nov. 16,
7 p. III.: S, S. Persia, hence Nor. 10.
Honolulan Will Bring Large Cargo.
The Matson Navigation steamer Ho
nolulu to Ball from Seattle for Ho
nolulu direct on November 2Glh Is said
will bring a tery large general cargo.
The llllonlan which was tho lant ve.v
tel to arrive here from tho Sound
port left nearly ten thousand tons
Irelght behind. The temporary elim
ination of American-Hawaiian freight
ers in the Northwest business has re
sulted In much freight tailing to tho
lot of tho Matson Navigation Com
pany. Korea at Daylloht
Ti10 ,.. .-., .,, lllo paPinp Mall
iner Drea now en route from tho
orient to Honolulu and San Frnnclsco
to the effect that the steamer will
.ue off the'port at daylight tomorrow
Tho Korea Is brltiKlnir nine hundred
for San Francisco.- About fifty pas
sengers have booked for the Korea.
The Matson Navigation steamer Ill
Ionian will be dispatched from Hllo
for San Francisco direct and not Se
attle us stated in the columns of :i
morning paper. The Matson steamer
s to leave the Hawaii port on Novem
ber 22nd anjl will be supplied with it
thlpment of pineapples, Biigar and
other Hues bf Island products,
KEWAL0 SEWERS ARE
Tenders for the Kewalo sewer aio to
be advertised today from the ,,,, ! called out and Judged accord
Vorks DepartmcnL This now brings K'o the rules of ho contest..
the work right up us far as the speci
fications have been made out.
With the advertisement for tho Kc-
?" , , , '. . .
f'"!'1"''1 for ,n''nf ,ho "st-lron pipe on
lleretanla and King streets.
The Mcdcnjf sewer contract has been
MAKES EASY MONEY
Court Stenographer P. Maurice Mc
Mnhon Is to mako some money with
out having to do the necessary work
n'ccordlng jo a 'document filed In the
Circuit Coiirt this morning.
In the raase of Lualoha, I,ahapa L
Bush and John P. Colbtini against Kd
II. F. Wol(cr, the plaintiffs ordered a
transcript of the evidence. The court
made out the necessary order und Mc
Million the usual demand for payment.
They have fulled O come through
within thu necessary time, however,
and now tho court has ordered that
(hey pay the money over 'Just the
same but do not yet tho transcript.
CONSIDER STEPS TO
DEMOLISH HONOLULU HALE
In full sujng, others matters than the
mii'iiulliies nre coming Into promi
nence, and among them Is that of the
sanitary or otherwise condition of the
Honolulu Hale. Tills Is the building
nliingsldu the. postofilce on the Wiilklkl
side und facing Merchant street.
Superintendent of Public Works
Mnrstoii ftimpbell has been served Willi
a not lie from the Hoard or Health mat
ns the property belongs to the. govern
ment It should be placed In a sanitary
Thu Governor stated that he nnd
Campbell were to go through It and see.
whether It would not be best to tear It
Hood, large, qulft horse for furniture
wngon. Honolulu Wire lied
Ltd , King und Milken Sts.
"A few more days of talking against
cutting down the Imnnnn trees nnd
there needn't lie any more talklnv. be
came the trees will nil be down." re
marked n man this morning who lis
cloiely In touch with the' nntl-mos-qulto
As he spoke, trucks were rolling from
all directions down from the hills and
valleys bearing liaiiann trees and great
scowloails were being towed out to sea.
The squads nro now getting the on-
mum-cutting work well under way, und
the heaviest part of It will smm be fin
"ALL WELL" IS GOVERNOR'S REPORT
Everything Is quiet In tho sanitation' "They have not got along far
campaign according to the report enough," said Iho Governor, "to say
handed In to tho Ooveriior by Dr. wllldl kl"a of 'n08'!11' w"1 deelop
n.,,, , ., , , , . ollt f Hie larvae to hand. All they
Pratt nt noon. Wrigglers are being tan ,cl ,, wneth(.r or , ,t ,, ,
brought In from every direction and day or night mimqullo.
tho work, of determining tho species, 'There can be no doublit that the
Is being carried out, but at the pros- Megoniyln criloious was hero us It has
ent time nothing definite can Im staled been Identified, and It is now only a
as tho metamorphosis has not gone matlor or taking time to find out whe
fnr enough. thcr It Is still here."
LAWS IN FORCE ELSEWHERE
That Honolulu is not the oaly place to mako arrangements with tho own
where there uro laws made to do away ers of the wet land and 'get them to
with mosquitoes Is evidenced by the tlgn up a contract that they would
town of Savannah, Oe-iiglii. never allow the land to he used for
ino utioruey general cjiiio across'
the facta and upoke of them tills
morning. The boa id of health there,
or rather tho council passed a icgu -
lutloii that ull wet cultivation should
Lo done away with within the city llui- logulutlou 'wns perfectly valid and
Its. In order to mnko sure that Ihla was permissible under theKillce pow
would be sufficient they extended Hie er of a state. The court also laid
city limits five miles.
incy appointed a special committee,
(Continued from Pag 1)
than II, K. (lordon, tho uvlntor. who
s hero yltli 'two Curtlss macblpes
which ho exacts to Hy lu tliVncur
future, says that soma uf the models
are perfect in every detail, ami that
their designers,, and miikeil,! Jieserve,
the highest credit. Mr. Oordon mado
a (rip to the Y. SI. C. A. yesterday
to have a look ut the models, and wus
much Impressed. He promised to bo
on hand fur the actual trial tomorrow
. Define tho frail contraptions of split
bambiio and varnished silk are sub
jected to tho knocks uf actual. flight
every model, no mutlor of what class,
will bo lined Up on aUable, und a Bim
etal ii lie awarded for excellence ot
workmanship and constructive ability
Then the three other classes for
Hying models more than 30 Inches lu
length; for flying models tinder 30
inches In length; and for gliders-
initio in uiu uc.i qiimiucu men in
Honolulu will act us Judges. They
are Captain Walter Johuson, U, S. A.,
Professor Collals, of Kamehaniehn
Schools, and Otis Schacfcr. Cuptulu
Johnson Is the recently appointed In
bpectoi -Instructor ot the National
Guard. Ho is keenly Interested lu
military aviation, und Is well up on
dying. Professor Collals is lienj o(
the department of Industrial Science
nnd Engineering at Kami and has
given much study to aerial dynamics.
Ous Schacfer had n big flyer of his
own almost ready to take the air, and
before he started work on the man
carrying til-plane ho experimented
with several models, and has a thor
ough knowledge of model construction
and model flying.
The emit est b will stnrt promptly at
3 o'clock In the gamo hall of tho Y. M.
C. A. Anyone Interested In the grent
twentieth century sclpnre is cordially
Invited to he on hand, mid a 8ecial
Invitation is cxtneiled to parents nn-1
friends of the contestants.
. Following; nro the entries;
Stanley Slott-Smilh Jos. Farrlng
ton, Alfred Yap, Claude King, Elbert
Tuttle, Malcolm Tutlle, llarnard Ha
muli, Howard Scovllle, Leon Kbersolo,
Tyson Nnrgunrd 'ltobt. Horno, Ronald
lligglns, Autly Maeaulay, Frank Day,
Dan Hand, James flatvle, I.o Hoy
Hush, Hold, Holt, Win. Iliinis mil
Deputy Attorney General E. White
Sutton cracked a good Joku In court
this morning. Hurry T. MIIIh wus ar
guing about bananas during the hear
ing of his lujuuctloit case und said
that they wero so poitma tluit they
shuulil bo termed "common soaks."
Sutton when ho rose to urguo, said
that If this was a fact that they should
bo treated iw ull other "common
soaks" were and "pulled."
W. 11. Custle, chairman of tho Joint
tommitlce of the commercial bodies
now nt work on plans for n commer
cial building, said today that thoio Is
Hill,- ilfinl.l llin .n., I.ll,ll,.n ...III l.h
.-'.. ....w m,..,u, ...v. iiu,, UHHMII, V 1 1 1 lip
Co, I erected soinewheio close downtown
land facing the Sluhuka federal build
"nfiurw ''etihr nc nu r
iiiiirii .! 1 1 1 in i hi ii -
ished. Then there will be oiling and
draining and clearing out ditches and
open sewers, cutting nway the tall,
grnss from around ponds nnd other ac
In spite of the protests, the work U
not halting a second. The squads are
steadily nt work nnd the results n
been In the mammoth loads that move
down to the foot of Fort street to be
taken to sea, ns welt us hi the big en
tomological museum that Is being es
tablished In Dr. nine's office, wlure
mosqultii and mosquito larvae of nil
kinds may lu seen free of charge.
wet cultivation agjlu. Then they paid
them 40 mi one as compensation,
During the lienrlng of some ciscs
1 which went, to the supremo court of
that state it was laid down that the
down that there was no need to make
the $10 nil acre compensation.
Food Commissioner Edward 1),
Uluuchurd this, morning announced
the results of tho tests he has' been
muklng of tho ammonia sold by some
of the drug stores urouud tuwn. The
standard required is ten per cent of
umln'onla', giis au'd. out. of the! eight
samples examined' only) two were
"A number of the labels do not say
aqua ammonia hut merely imnionla,"
said lllmichurd this morning,-. "arid .1
do not quit know whether they can
do this or not. I huve referred the
mutter buck to Washington for an
The 'results of tho analysis is ns
S. Hlnngatn 10.0
W. Hotoshlge ...,..., 11.4-10
Chambers Drug Co '.. 8.7-10
Denson, Smith & Co , 7.8-10
Honolulu Drug Company
Holllster Drug Co
Stukluo Drug Co
MILLS WILL LEAD
Tim forces engaged nt the present
tlmu In attacking the members of thu
sanitation committee are to bo assem
bled undir tlm leudirsblp of Hurry T.
Mills Tuesday morning next In Judge
Whitney's court, when thu Injunction
suit that Mills has brought agulnst the;
uuuiorltles will lie heard.
As far us can be determined. Mills'
present Intention Is to subpoena, all
thoso vyhoio names have been men
tioned In the newspapers from tlmo to
lime ns lieliur iiKalnst the movement or
who are quoted ns never having found
uny tno-Miultoe.i breeding In banana
Among those who are expected to
bo called aro W. It. f'astle. Kutomolo.
gist O. II Swezey, Oily II Tuttle. Pimp.
It, Iluse mid w. II ri.lllna.
" TWO TEACHERS BADLY'
The outbreak of dlpMherln at lla
napope, Kuual, has ciused consterna
tion among some of thu school teach
ers there, uccordlng to the reports
Hint huve come to hniiil.
As reported In the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n, Tour
of tho teachers woro In the houso
whero the patient vtn discolored and
weio naturally quarantined. Now two
of those have been dosed and allow
ed out to go to another house. MlBser.
Nora M. Haffloy mid l-eonu Laubo
wero treated with the medicine but
were told In go hack und stay lu thu
Sparks from (he Wireless.
Wireless messages, from stoamors
proceeding lo or from the Islands
wito received last night fioni the Tol
lowing; O. S. S. Sierra, on route to 8an
Francisco, 8 p. m. S8tl miles fiom
tfn.wil..l.. r. ..... ... . .
iMiuiuiii. DiiuiiK iit'iiii w.uua mm tea,
i Al a. a. KoiGft. tin rnttin finniUfnnhinn iin...... t .... .... ... . ., ,
Jokoliaina. 8 ,,. m.-CO miles rrom morning reported C7B sacks Punaluu
Honolulu. Will arrive at daylight and 3935 sacks Honuapo sugars await-Snt,lr,la'-
Friday, Nov. 17,
Kona and Kou ports Mauna I.oa,
ttuir., a. in.
Thursday, Nov. 16.
Kauai oris W. O. Hall, stmr., 5
Heattle la Island ports nnd San
pr,lc.seo Illlonlnii, M. N. S. 8., p. in.
t" I'ASSKMIKIW AKH1VKII I
Per stmr. .Mauna" l.oa. from Kona
and Kau ports, Nov. 17. At C. Frcl
las, Mrs. Freltits, (let). Kawala, C. .1.
Iltinii, Mrs. Campsle, Yamann, Father
Stephens, IS. K. Conant, Sirs. Connnt,
It. Karelin, Mrs. V, U Stone, W. II.
Rchroeder, J. A. Slcdulre, A. S. Shep
herd, A. It. (lurrcy, T. II. nlhson, Sllss
E. Illlbiis, Sirs. Costn, C. II. Young,
Sirs. J. W. Kcrshner, Hen (luorrcrn,
SI. Niiahua, Sirs. J. S. Townsend, I..
Slnlakaiia. Frank Nunes, Sirs. Nunes
nnd 43 deck.
Per stmr. Claudlno, for Hllo, via
way ports, Nov, 17. leo. I hi vies, Sirs.
Chalmers, Thos. King. W. 1). Lowell,
J. A. Worthed, John S Vores, J. A.
Aheong, Mrs. J. Hall.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, for Hllo, via
wny sirts, Nov. 21. J. P. Curls, Sirs.
0. SI. Dureston, J. II. Charles, J. A.
Worthed, A. I.. Castle, Sir. Slcdugars
and wife. A. 1). Baldwin, Sirs. II. W.
Per stmr. SInuna Kea, for Hllo, via
way irts, Nov. 21. Sirs. R. llnttclle,
W. N. Campbell and wife. U T. Hy
one, W. II. Hopklo, Sllss Kelloy, Miss
Courtrlght, W. 0. Allen, Kev F. I.
Culleii, I). II. Sluconachle II, W. Dlggs,
Mis. II, r. Walker, W. I. Illy and
wife, A. I), llaldwlu.
Per stmr. W. (1. Hall, for Kuual
ports, Nov. 23. Thos. King, wile and
(Continued from Po 11
hnvlng maintained nt the meeting that
the Stntson Navigation Company would
want "preference rights." He declared
today that lie was Incorrectly quoted
"We. nre nut ready to enter Into liny
agreement now ut nil," he said "As
n matter of fact. If the commission's
attitude, ns It seems td be, Is that the
agreement" Is necessary In order lo
pinko a, gqodf 'business' proposition
from the Territory's standpoint, I think
this attitude Is wrong. The Interest on
the, Investment will be not alone In the
ulidrrage femi.'.liut In the Krowlluof tlm
Island, thir development of commerce,
the Increased tuxntlon und the greater
facilities iirTiirded the people.
"Why should the commission , say
that mi ngreement must be entiled Into
among the various Interests? The Ter
ritory's taxpayers have put up the
money for the wharf. The wny to In
sure business for It Is by building It so
that It wl)l accommodate nil the traltle
nnd allow- facilities for thu various
Vice-President James U Mcl.enn ot
tho Inter-Island said today that tlm
company Is not ready to make nny
statement now ns to Its plans, further
than that the engineers nt work on the
Hllo wharf suggestions will bo ready
by tho end of the month to submit
them to the harbor commission.
The whole thing seems to bo settling
Into this, that the harbor commission's
plun of getting tho vnrlous companies,
and Interests concerned to get together
on a private agreement Is not working
out, mid that the commission 'will
eventually liuvo to draft a simple-contract
with the railroad company ' for
running Its tracks, to tho wharf-in ml
then control tho various trnlllq 'ele
ments by wharf rules administered by
a wharfinger. ' I
It was n brisk day for bonds on thu
local market today, but tho move
ments of stocks were slow. The fea-
turo of the day was n 132,000 transac
tion In Hllo liiot six per cents ut.100.
Ifnlstead & Co sold the bonds and Ibu
flimrillun Trust Company was Ilia
Tlm Investing public Is apparently
willing tu take good bond Investments,
lint iiierlooklng slock bargulns that or.
dlnarlly would be snanm-d un Instant.
ly. .Mcltryde six per cent bonds at'par
wero sold freely, though In small luts.
In stocks, Hutchinson led, the an
nouncement In the I! ii I lot In of it
doubting of the dividend having stlmu.
latPd the sales greatly. The biggest
block sold was C9S shares between
boards at ts.CJB, but smaller blocks
went at 18.7fi, Six shares of Rapid
-transit common sold for 127,50. Flvn
shares of Iluuokiin at 11 mid tlvo ot
Paaiibaii nt 22 closed the trading on tlm
1 Mill Ml tlilu mni t.w.
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