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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1911.
-, , irntjjtw 9i
AH i lilting members ol to
Order nre cordially InTltcd to
attend meetings of local ledge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
it K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0"hT Aim
jENEFICIAL AIATiOH ciatiom cor.
tVX. McKlNLEY 10UQK. HO. 8,
K. of P.
Mecca evary 2nd and 4th Saturday
TcnlriK at 7:30 o'clock lu K. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and llsretaula. Vlilt
Inn brotbara cordially lnvltad t- at
tend. F. F. KlI.HCr. C. C.
K A. JAL'OIISON, K. It 8.
aOKOIULU LODGE. 616. B. P. 0.
Honolulu lodgo No Rl, B. P. O
Clks. meets !n their hall, on King
treet, near Port. every Friday
alQK. Visiting Ilrotberi ara cordially
invited to attend.
i) it isi:Nni:rta. n. n.
a no t kiAii:oi:u sea
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Heels every first nml third Tuesday
or each inmilli III 1. ittrnlty Hill I O
O r building Uniting brothers cor
dlull Invllid to nttinil
W J ltolllN'SON. Bichem.
II V. 'iODD. C. of IL
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets ecry nrt and third rrldny nt
T 50 o'clock. Pjthhin Hall, corner Here
tunln nml Kort streets Visiting broth
els cordially ln Iteil to attuul
S DECKER. C. C.
O 1IK1NR. 1C of n & a
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Meets on second nnd fourth Wesines
il ly evening of ench month nt 7:30
ii clock, In Sun Antonio Hall, Vineyard
btrn't, mar Dunna. Visiting brother
are Invited to uttsnd
V IIIGGINS, W P
WM C M'COY, Secy
IMwurd Carle the noted Psychic of
Pan Francisco who Tor oir twentv
j em a has I n ironilm ntly lib ntlllnl
with the Spiritualists' societies or Anur
len. la In Ilniinliilil urn! will demon-Mtrnli-
ijlik phi nimu-nii, tc Splrlt
nal nilvlci on nil innttirH given Dully
10 In 4 evenings Ii) npiiolntiiMnt Til
iplionu !91) or nt rmlileme, IM Klnim
strut. (Irmid Snance ivery Tlitirfdiij
i:e, fc oiloik BO'lO-JW
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
OppoiiU Young Hotal Phono 3088
DOSTON ULDG. FORT ST,
If K. UYEDA
fULi 1027 Nuuanu 8trtt
Wb& NEW MILLINERY STYLES ON
K Ladies' and Men's Hats Reasonably
City Transfer Co
jas. h. Love
This Is the Prediction That Conies From the Far East The
International Combine Is a Pretty Thing to Conjure With.
Shinyo Maru Will Make Extended Stay at the Port
Cruiser Cincinnati Heard From Enterprise Tomorrow.
The American-Hawaiian steamships sc will ilrp.irt with a number of cab-
iil melt.. tlitniK.mil Ion e.in.icltM'"
'ulKhteia ilKiirhiR pinnilni nth In the
-lillliiK of Ibo Inipoituut portH
ill oiiKhoiil the Par I" ihI Ih it plitilio
hUh mnillliuo men uliu make the
i II lint eon Jim e with with the tiu
' mini enit lit of the iippiiiaebliiK dali
f iiieiilnt; of 'he Pnuaiiui Canal,
'I lie Tmn Klti'n Kalnh.1 liner Shin
mi Miiru wiis nn airh.il at the port
ioila brlnKliiR a I.UKi" Keiier.il r.in:u
ulilch Is mm behiK dlsdiaiKeil at Ala
i lloiiKkont; nml Sliaiinli.il tho
-ton Ii.ih been goliiK the iiiiiiiiIh thai
tlth (be oiienliii; of the canal for truf
lli a number of new Hiiih tiimpctlm;
lor Hade of the Oilent will follow
M i (lalmeil lb it Ibe Anierlrau-lla-wall
in line with an order pi iced at
1-iKtein shlpJrdH for four new
fielnhters, Ii.ih a weather eje isl
in thn direction of the (inlilcu Hint
iml It Ik the Intuition to operate a
number of lis freighters dltcct fiom
N'i orU to the llial IneliiilliiK hIiim
it the I'blllppiueM wbue a Kieat copra
ml hemp tradu nualts.
A leiMiil Lliculaled In lIoiiRkoiii;
InisliRHH circles befoie t lie ilejiaituie
or the 3hlii)ii Maru fin .lupin, lo the
"ffict that tho Southern Pacific Co. Is
ibtaliilui; n liiKe lntciuit In Ibo American-Hawaiian
The ucl of CoUKiexs that iImiiih
mall subsidies to conc malls from
S'ew York to Central America nn 1
"nith Anierlciin p ills, and Icu ersn,
allows $"'.m,iiuO per nuuuiii foi the
service Pioilslons, howeici, mc
made that unlv American bottoms can
urn mail and further no ralhoail
ciitiipaiu can own n shuro of stock In
i in Hues hlddlliK for the coutrud.
This of comse debars the Pacific Mull
Co fiom bhhllui;.
Wllhelmlna Loaded With Merchandise
Loaded to eapaclt) with u large
iiuautlt of mcrcbuudlso and a cabin
lllcd wltb pasxciiKers, the Mntson
s'uxlRution ateaiuhhlp Wllhulmlua Is
nearltiK the lsatids from San Fran
cisco nnd should arrive bcie on next
TucKilaj moruliiK. Accordluy to ad
vices received nt the aj,'cnc) of Cas
llu nnd Cooke, the Wllhelmlna left the
Golden (late with I.'IH tuns earn" foi
Honolulu and 122.! tons additional for
iIIkcIiiiiko at llllo, Theiu Is a His6l
hlllt that u number uf wives und
relatives of olllcers on vessels In the
United States licet, duo to arrive beie,
mo passengers In the Wllhclmlnu.
Enterprise Nearlng the Islands.
A late wlielcss received at the
iKenc) of Castle and Cooko announces
that thu Mntson Navigation steamer
lnteiprlsu Is iicnilng tho Islands and
ut eight o'clock last evening was 347
miles off Ibe lrt. The Iutcrprisu Is
lulugiug down u huge shipment of
geueinl cargo Including exploitive.,
rhe vessul ban no passengers for Isl
and pin Is. Ibe i:uterprls Is expect
(d t in 1 lomoriovv moiiilng nnd will
I'o alongside the lliukfcld whaif.
Sparks from the Wireless.
Win Ii ss inissages were received
hiht eveulug fiom thu following ves
bi'ls piiiceeiliug lo or fiom the Islands:
Miithou S S. Diturprlxe, en routu
to Honolulu, S p. til, 347 miles fiom
purl, ileal, fiisb, pastoilv bieczo;
.iilbl sen, long, vvcsleily sivdl; all
.Mntson S S l.iirlinn, en loutn tn
San I'i.iiii Ircn, 'J 30 p in. 1 IT. miles
out, sluing tunics; choppy ho.t
Hall Sailing This Evening.
lousldciablu ipiantlty of freight
has been supplied the Iiitit-lslaud
Kteiimei " (I Hull which Is on tho
beith to sail fill Kauai uls of call
it Hvo o'clock ibis ovenlng Tho voa-
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mu trim's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
TO THE ORIENT?
''" "eel liassengeis.
Alice Cooke Is On the Way.
With .1 full shipment of lumber, the
American schooner Allco Cooke Is re
ported to have cleared Tncnmn on last
Tuesday with I'.estlnatlon iik Hono
lulu This vessel Is bringing hau
ler consigned to the agency of l.ew-
c rn and Cooko.
Ctaudlne for Hawaii and Maul.
The Inter-Island steiiner Claiidine
to aall tomorrow evening for Maul and
Hawaii ports will tnko shipments of
fortlllrer and lumber besides several
head stock mi deck. The Claiidine ha?
ii fair list of passingers booked foi
the lllg Island
Australian customs ontclila have
iceu uinili.illlng with Ibe duturmlucd
effotts of Oileutals In Ibelr endeanvoi
lo smuggle quantities of opium Into
the Commoiiwenllb nnd the expert
euies met with b the Inspectors nro
entert.ilnh relnled til the Sidney
.Miuning Telegraph, which sajs:
A glance ut the convictions secur
ed neaiusl opium smugglers In S)d
e lecalls the Ingenious luuthodH they
have ut various times resulted to
There was an old launch which w.is
ut regular Intel vnls HViichrnulhlnK
wonderfully with the arrival of steam-! and Yokohama, by way of Sim Frnti
crs from China clinrteietl for flsblng dsto, the teductlon Is 3,72'J tulles.
excursions tn thu Sidney Heads. That
fishing pint) never supplied the press
with a statement of their' catch fur
tho encouragement of oilier follovveiu
of l7nal Walton. Doubtless, however,
the) round their fishing grounds eiul
renlly sallsfiictory, as thej luttirncd
i here again nnd again. Rut "from In
formation received" the authorities
made the obi tteam launch the cjn-
tisuio of tiinuv cjes peering through
telescoies. Then there was n rush to
capture Hint launch, nnd, despite an
nttempt to scurry nwny, she was
caught. The story was simple. Tho
opium was thrown overboard from thu
incoming slenmer, nml tho launch had
merely to pick up tho llo.it which was
attached to It and then steam hack
into the harbor with the hundreds of
rounds worth of drug, uono the woisu
for Its consignment to tho waters.
CiiRlIng bread upon tho waters wub
never as profitable ns this game.
On some occasions opium has been
Introduced Into Sydney In tho middle
of a bag of rice. As tho bags run 40
tu tho ton of rlco It was considered n
Mind sporting risk to hend u few tins
of opium lu u single big. If tho opium
was tindati'cted, the profit paid for
thu cost of several tons of rice. And
to give .Mm Chinaman his due ho is
u gootl sport. But nowadays the Cus
turns olllt litis havo bluck muiks leg
lslered against the names of the llimh
that have had tho "mlsrortuno" to
have Intioiluced rlco Into the State In
tel which someone In China had care
lehslj but of courho Inadvertently
diopped u few tins of opium. Thu
"misfortune" icfers to diseoveiv hv
the lynx-eyed Customs men not to
the Inadvertence. Accordingly some
consignments of ilco nie "skcwcied"
with gteul tine, while lu tho case uf
others thu sh.np steel iod Is Intro
tluced Into only ono or two of the
bags, Aftei a time, tho Customs offi
cials becoino cxiierts In Chliicso goods
particularly medicines, for which
the name legion should bo unr-mni li
ed. Pills for truly stailllug purisises
are largely lniKirtcd, and but fur the
eternal vlgllaiico of the Customs olll
cms, opium would find an cusv en
trance by this channel. The hollow
bamboo in tho many articles of bam
boo furiiltiiiei Imported from China
bus ceabCtl to bo a popular vehicle
foi opium smuggling, as this dodgti
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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New moon No 20 nt 11): IS it. m.
Tsmpointuri'i! 0 n in, "1: S n, m
2, 10 u m , 7"., iioiiii, 71 luurninK niln
nitrometer, S u in, ".0 01, nbwilute
humidity, 8 a. in , C 123 grains per cubic
foot; n lathe hiimldllv, b n in, 7.1 per
icnt; de-vv point, S n. in, 61
Wind 0 n. in, viluclty , dhectloii
Nt: ; 8 n in, Mloellv Ii, illmtlnn Nn ;
10 ii in., velodty 10, dilution II; noon,
viloelty 11. direction Ni:
ltalufiill during 24 hours ilidid 8 n
, 01 Inch.
Total wind movimcnt during 21 hours
ended nt noon, 217 milts
W.M II STOCKMAN,
.Miction Director, V. S Winther Hiirini
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Sprclal Cable to .Mcrcbaiih'
Thursday, Nov. 23.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Nov 21: S S.
Siberia, for Honolulu
POUT LUDLOW Hailed. Nov. 23 Ilk
S. C. Allen, for Honolulu
PORTLAND, ORi: Airhed. Nov. 23:
Ilk. St. Ilugitlen. riom Knhiilul,
Puiiunm Ciiu.il Will Miiirlen St a
From New York to all Anieilcaii
Pacific portH north of Piiunum It will
effect u uniform i filiation of XI la
miles, und to such purls south of Pan
ama an uveiuge ridudlou of iihout
fiOOO miles. The corresponding re
ductions from Lheipool are ootii, und
about 2b00 miles The lediidioiiH
from Antwerp ate about the same as
from Liverpool. Hit ween New York
line uisiiince uetween Liverpool aim
loKonama remains unchanged, a
does the distance from nuropiiiu to
all Asiatic ports, except those In the
north of Siberia Thus Yokohama Is
actually brought nearer to New York
than to Liverpool by ISO", mites
.Shanghai is brought 1C29 miles near
er to New York, but remulns 2!)". miles
nearer tn Liverpool. The ports of
southern Chinu and lndo-Cblnn are
nearer by way of Sue, than by vvuy
of Panama from New York, and Ma
nila Is only 1G miles nearer by way
of Panama. If, Indeed, the nil-American
route be followed, via Honolulu
nnd Guam, tho distance via Panama
Is 12S miles greater. Sydney, how
ever, will be biought 3S0G miles ncar
ei tu New Yurk, tho distance between
them being thus 2382 miles less than
between Sydney and Liverpool. Wel
lington, N Z, will be biought 2r,42
miles neuiur to New York, the the
distance between them being thus
27.VJ miles less than between Welling
ton and Liverpool. The reductions of
distance from New OrleanB are some
what greater than front Now York.
Though they are naturally fully: alive
to the possibilities of the future. In
quiries among tho chief Ilritlsh ship
ping (otupnnles Indicate that they re
gard the adual opening of the canal
us nn event us yet too remote to ne
cessitate ut this stage the formation
of plans which may Involve nltera-
tluns of routes. It Is recognized on
all hands, however, that the opening
of a new unite to Chinu und Japan
from Hurope vlu the Pacific is fraught
with extremely important potential
alystirj of Old Whaler Cliand twaj
IIOS'ION, Mass, Nov. fi To IMwln
Tyler, Si!, of South Ilostou, mariner
and foity-nluer, the news that the
skeleton of u ship hud been uneiirthcr
by woikiuen digging the foundation
for u building near Foit Gtinnyb.igs,
Sun Fiuudxui, has recalled old days
He knows the ship, he says, and scut
tled her himself. In 1S0, he said to
day, bu wus employed aboard the old
whaling ship Globe, moored off Front
street und used as a storage ware
house The Globe hud beeu u whalci,
and lu ISI'J was fitted out to cany
treasuie-hedieis fiom New York to
the Padlie Coast. The Globe hud ob
tained an evil lepututlon. Her decks
had been thu scene of what was
known us the Cuiustock mutiny lu the
South Padllc, Comsloek und bis fol
lowers having murdeied the cuplulli
ami otheis while on u cruise, and sn
ut last the ciuft was sold to be put to
the novel use of being sunk lu plate
of piling, which was costly ami hind
In get, for the puipose of extending
tho harbor front. Tyler says that ho
wiiiped the vessel us doso III lo thu
shoiu Hue ns possible ut high watui
and there scuttled her Tyler stated
that the vessel was sunk dliectly up
posltu the t. wo oue-iind-u-bulf-stoiy
pine structmes whole the Vigilantes,
who weie then t leaning tip San Finn
elsco, held tbeli meetings.
WHO'S WHO ON
Tho .Japanese liner Shinyo Maru,
which i nine alongside Alakeu wharf
at noon today, brought u number of
distinguished through passengers who
will spend the remainder of the day
In viewing the points of Interest lu
mid about Honolulu. Purser Frank
II. Cnvnrly, one of tho best-liked
steamship olllclals who traverses the
Pacific, states that the Shin jo's trip
bus been u pleasant une. There Is u
lively crowd on board nnd Purser
Cavjrl) arranged for a delightful se
ries of entertainments
Among those who arrived In the
Hon, Manuel L. Quezon, Maximo Kir
law, Isaac Iaieson, Gabriel laio, .hum
It, Mateo, Filipino gentlemen who are
representatives at Washington, D, C.
This Is Hon. Manuel I.. Quezon's
fourth trip tu Washington.
W. I) Sanborn Is the western agent
of the Chicago, llitrlliigton k Qulncy
It. 11, who has made thu round trip
on the Sblliyo, accompanied by Mrs
Mrs W. M. Sporborg, wife of a
prominent business man of New York
City, returning home after mi exten
sive til of two years round tin1
Dr. J. W. Keiney, Cbns C. Keeliey,
C. C. Slsson, who have made the
lound trip on the Shinyo und me now
homewuid bound to Sail Fuilidsio.
W. J St broth, ten merchant of .la-
pan und -the U. S, letiirnlng on his
legulur flip, ucinmpaiilcd by Mrs
St broth They hnve been located lu
tbn mountains of Shtdzuokn, Japan
Ills btnducxB connections ure with the
linn of I. C. Whitney of Chicago and
K. W. Hill, uiiompaiiied by Mis
lllll ami sou und Miss Saiuuii sieutei.
I Via tiioulliir ill win it Ii la 111 nil limiija III)"
ill c I'liiJOitit iiiiiiUrjii iu ins ii iiifiini
Missouri, aftei it sojourn lu the Or
ient of two years
F M. Ilrockmmi Is the secretin y of
thu V M C A in Korea, returning
to Auieihii after a short visit to Ho
nolulu. Ills mother, Mrs. It H
lJrocknimi, m companies him.
William ilohmeyei, C Walter Cilf
tun, Formosa tea buyers, who exper
ienced it feurftil typhoon during the
height of the tea season, which caused
considerable damages to their lei Ill
lug premises. Hut withal they me
A. K. Htixtuii, it llrooklyn, N. Y.,
lawyer mid mcinhei of the New Yoik
Yacht Club, who Is now couiplclliu)
u two years' trip round thu world,
accompanied by Mis lluxtuu und
daughter mid maid.
Lindsay Ilussdl, New York lawyer,
president of The .lupmi Society uf
Amcilca Mis. Lindsay Hussell und
maid have iiccompmiled him on an ex-
tnxlvc trip tliioiigh Japan, Korea and
K W. Fraznr, member of tho well
known llrm of Frnzur k Sale of Yo
kohama On a vacation well earned,
wbli h will Include business
C. Ii. I'yi'l, with Ills wire, daughter,
Miss Muiguerlte, and two sons, W. K
und C. 11 Jr., on the Inst lap of n
wot Id's tour, returning to their homo
In I -os Angeles, Cul.
Hamilton Hoi', edltoi or tho lnde
pendent, u New Yoik weekly. Yule
graduate, who has tuuiiy filinds In
Honulul uthnt will be glad lo greet
him on his way tluough to tho main
land. Mrs. Holt uccomiunletl him
Gun go Hoss, n sugar plnntor of
Ilawail, who has been on a tour of
Inspection to tho Philippines Investi
gating tho sugar Industiy.
S. Kojlmn, K. Salens"-, I. Yninann
ku, Honolulu incrcbaiils lotiiiulng to
business after a visit lo I tbeli old
l.oiues In Japan.
W. L Stanley, a Honolulu attorney
at law, who lu retaining after an ex
leimlvo lour of lapm, Mis. Stanley
and Miss i:. A. Gteenwell of lluvviiil
letuin with him. Mi. Stanley made
quite a lecoul as a short stop on Cup
titlu Smiths' Indooi haseb ill nine, nl
thiiugli be has a couple of biolten fln
geis he will still be able to piactlie
I Lliiusilen, A. T. T. Storov, 1. II.
Wright, nre Hngllsh globe tmtteis
who Intend vlslllug the volcino on
Hawaii, mill also to enjoy the beau
ties of tho Ptiindlso of tho Padllc ho
lme returning to London town,
Y. Inouye, M. MntMimoto, Y, Taki
hashl, nro business men of New York
City, who havo been on u visit lo
Mis 0. Clmmbeilln. Mrs. A Web
stci, two Ilostnnlans, who line been
on a t out of the OilenL and India, ie
turning tu their lespedlve homes lu
the Huh Cllv. ,
AKRON'S ESCORT NAMED
ATLANTIC CITY, October 81.
Cnniiii imlei Lloyd Chumller, IT S. N,
has be en oideied lo (iiiuiuaud Ibo
glinboit Salem mid the toipedo boat1,., huivehlliii; tin- huts Is u hlir hihui
Hue, an mi esnnl to Melvln Viililinun ,,,,,1.1, Ml , ,m mivuIIh 11 pal.nt Ills
and bis iluilng new In their Hans- ,,,, ,,11H , ,,,,, t n,,,!, u.u) tt1(,is.
ntlanlle lllght oil Hit, diilglble Akton. ,,,, ,llml ,,,,,,, , ,,,. ,
The lea euuse for the Aki.il. not fllMull , ,,H ,vllvHM xUlU) ..
makliig u I gl.t yesteidiiy was dlniov-,,,,,, ,, , , ,,. ()ff ,
ered this uftemnon. when Lu.ils Loud, ' , ,,
clilef eiigiiuel nf tb expeilltlun, founill, , ,,,,.,, .
.1 smull nut hn.) slipped down one of '" M1"ml '1"",", '", ','"7 ",,H, "'
11,., n,l,., f .1 ,.,1,.,. .1,,., f,.ll'll"l uiiothtr ivllndrleal wind In
.... W. .,..... ., . ........ ! "".. I.I. I. l , , ,.
nlshis the motive powui foi tho pio
'I he nut bad worked loose fiom tho
top uf the vuhe and thiinagcd the ilell
dite met haiiluni Loud hopes to have
the damage icpilied by tnmoiinw
Waaklj U 1 1 1 1 SI ir jar.
MERCHANTS Wil !
(Continued from Pag 1)
liB of tho Chamber of Commerce
feels that Ibo chamber will gho hearty
cooperation, so It looks as If In the
short time bbfore the licet gels here
plans will ha forthcoming that wilt
make n lilt with the sailors.
President Spalding Favors It.
Prehlint SpnlilhiK of the I'hnmlur
or I'liinniirie said this morning tint
while It Is not primarily u matter for
Die tiilnmi itlal hndlis to handle, he
will take It up and see what can be
Of Course, Honolulu Is to hnve war
ship visits rlkht iilniiK. ' tint there
Is no mid or tiny ilabonite intertaln
mini, but mum thing should be done,"
he said "Ah I r ineinbi r It, the intir
tiilnuutit for the Atlantic lb it was not
hnndhil hv th lomuicrclul lunik at
ill, iilthoiii,h we (oupi rntcil
I have glvin tlie matter so'iie
thought und shall take It up more fully
Promotion Committee Head.
"Honolulu icrtiilulv ought to git busy
right iiwiiv cm sniiuthlng Tor the licit"
Slid Chili mini W II Hongs of the Ha
waii Promotion Ciiinmlltei. lids morn
ing Mr Hongs whs thiilrmnii or the
satltirs' lull during the mi mnralile visit
or the Altintlt- battlisblp lint. Ilut
ball Is ii iih uihi ltd lis one or the hig
gtst xiuctsvtM uf the whole visit
Mr Hongs thinks Hint the suggestion
or nffi ring the use of Anl l Park to the
m i Kin m for u haxiliill (hamplonslili
tolllli llliellt Is a (.nnd one He urges
that snme plan of iiittou be otitlliifil tit
"lloiiiiliiln tan will afford tn niriuge
snnii kind or i nti Hainan nt for the
sailors," he xild this iimiiilng, "I hope
tn Hie the dtizius get tngethil "
1M Tnwse. who wns ti memhi r of the
i nti Hainan ut iiuimlttcc of the .Mi r
t hauls' Association dining the thiui the
Atlantic 111 ct was In purl, hdlevts tint
nt Ii very slight expi use u Ibid dav fur
the sailors can be miangtil '
"Ibe lii Id unit we hid lust l'liurlb
of July Tor the null or the llilllsb
ciuNirs Knit nml Clinllengir inst less
Hum one hundred mid lirtv dull us t
hi sides piovblbig ii dav or i hti rtuln
mi nt for the tin u of the i misers. It t li
lt itaiiii it llftiui thousand pinple at
"Win n the li.it tic nil l lint wns lure.
the wink was organized iindir the tll
ri c thm of the cntertalniinnt lonmilttte
nr the Mirehllllts' Ahmx Ititlnll Snillf
lommtttin should he rorimd now, I
should think, or the same (oiumlttee
take hold At nil events, Honolulu
iirtalnlv ought to Li gin right now on
pit paiiitinns for i utirliiliiliig the mi n
of tin licit"
Tin- si i ne lu the McMnhon miirilt i
trial. In which Serge nut. John A Me-
iiu,n 1b IkIuk trlnl before the ld-
i nil Court fur the murder or A N Ct
ib I Inf. is set ut l.i Hi bin today When
thu train pulled out of the tlipnt the
whole cuiirt was on hoard, Including the
two di put) niiirnhnlH mid the prisoner.
The Juiv will be tnken over the
ground nml have tin situation expiiiln-
nl to the ni ho tint win il the ev lilt lie e4
Ih he lug give u they will he able to
undt rstund the descriptions of the wit
He shi h hi rt rile uce to the bouses, nml
isptibelly to the one where Ccdtrlof
was Kill, d
Although Mt Malum Is hi big taken
nut tn thu He cue nr the murder. It Is
not with an) liitiullnn of trying the
tlilid eh gre e on blni, hut It was thought
hitler that bo should si e Jus what was
in lug ibtiio lu the inset thioiigbinit He
Is hi charge of one or the deputy mar
The pal lv re tin iih bv the afli'i'iioon
train ii ml a start will be made tomor
row morning taking the ev lib uce.
MACHINE TO PICK
W1S1HTA, Knn, Nnvenihtr 2 A
miihlne Hint Its Inventor says will
hurvei't JiiiMMift sugur lieets dully, his
been Invfntid by K A Cudwalhnbr of
144 Minnesota nvinue
Persons who haw stlulbd the lundrl
and exmnlniel the ill aw lugs believe tint
Mr I'athviill itlei hiiSHtnii k upriniiu lu-
lit Ion that will liiHiue him u fortune,
which wire gilps working on phots
Tin so j,rlpH eliig Into the ginund mid
pilllnl nut the buts, laiiilni; Hum
iirmiiid the wind 11111I diiTiiplug tin ill
Into nil ib valor.
I o Ibis modi I Mr I'ailw illaibr iiibbtl
In nml timk away, muiIiiiIIj perfect-
Im; mcb put
Thursday, Nov. 23,
Hongkong via Japan pints Shlujo
Maru, .lap stmr,, a. in.
Wednesday, Nov. 22.
Vaticouvei Ueckelibiilii, ill. slim ,
Pcr stmr. W. (1, Hull, for Kauai
ports, Nov. 21. llios. King, wife and
child, L S Charles, A. V. Peter, C. II.
Illrdseje, T. G. Ja-dlne.
Per stmr. Cluudlno, for llllo, via
vvuy ports, Nov. 21. I. L. Coke, Geo.
Lindsay nml wife, W. von Holt, Major
Woolen, J. Oswald Lulled, 1. Toma,
M. S. Capclla and wire, Mrs. Colly,
Mrs. W L. Maples nml Miss Maples
t I'A.SSKMtCllS AliillVKI) t
Per T K. K. S. S. Shinyo Maru.
from Hongkong via Japan ilorts, Nov.
13 For Honolulu: F. M. Hrockni in.
.Mrs It. i: llrockinan, Miss I. Green
well, S. Kojlmn, L. Lumsdcn, P. II.
Mans, Mrs. T. Odo and servant, (leu
Ho8, K. Salgusa, Mrs. K. Snlgus.i.
ludgo W, U Stanley, Mrs W I Stan
ley, Major D W. Sleltiltzci, A T T.
Stoiey, I'. II. Wilght, J. Yaniinaki.
For San Fianclscn: Mrs. (1 S Ibisselt,
. K. lluxton, Mis. A K. Iluxtoii, Mrs,
Cnmpbell, Miss C.iinplicll, Masler
Campbell, W. 1), Cnrnes, Mis G.
Chiimberlln. C. Waller Cllrton, II. W.
Himiiliig, S. Date, Di. J. Hxner, Mn
J, Hxner and 3 children, C. II. Iher,
Mrs. (J II. i:yer, Miss Marguerll"
I2yer. Maslci C. II. Kyei. W K. Hyei,
H. W. Fraz ir, Mrs. IX Giiggeiibeiin
iititl .1 rhllilien, G Haiutli. Mis It A.
linger and 2 chlldien, C W. I Ion It k,
K. W. lllll. Mis. K W. Hill, Master
Hill. Win llobiiievei, TI. Holt, Mis.
II Hull, Mrs. W. Ure Hummel Miss
I), W. M. Hummel, Y llioiiye, Mrs II
hvuta, A. St. James, licv It II. lobn
hiiii, M. Knliivv, M. Katensteln, Mrs.
M. Kiit7eusteln, Dr. J. W Keeney, ('
C. Keenev, W. II. Lie, I Lacson, O.
I an. Dr. S L. Lassell I It Maleo.
M. Malsiimolo, i: C. Piatt, Hon Ma
nuel L. qiiezou M. ltiintlle. It N, I..
itussell. Mis. L. Ilusscll an servant.
Miss Sanimesrculer, W I) Saiiboiu,
Mrs. W. IJ. Sanborn, N, Sato, W. I.
Hchiolh, Mrs. W. .1 Schiiilh, C. C
"Slsson, IIov. ,T. Super, Mrs .1 Holier.
Miss i:. M. Super, Mrs W. M. Spur
ning, T. Sum, Y Tukiibashl, Miss I
C. Trotlwcll nml servanl, II II Wads
vvoilli, Mis. A. Webster, P. Wusteti
hofer. IDLE VESSELS AND HULKS
MUST PAY THE CHARGES
That InilkH und Idle Hteaititrs lying
.iIoiikhIiIc the w Inn vi h must piy rm ll.e.
pile Mi gi'-nl so lining wus ilicldid I.)
he harbor hoard ut Its meeting yistM-
ilay afternoon. The in titer was hi ought
up by the harhoiuiiiHtt r. who stitttl
Hint, tin re were n number of vtsstls
Icing ut the wharves which so rm do
i ot Hie in to have bee n u e h uge on tin ir
'I he barboiiiiasl. r will nun giianiiiuil
jttil sec Unit nil vihmIh piy (hi Ir
prnpti lie c us,. fecH while lying along
side an) er the gov 1 1 nun ut wliarvtH
ColllllllsHltlllel- Mcl'lllthv hlnllglit up
the inititr of lluhts for the wharviH
and said that from what hf In mil the
county wus charging for Home of tin in
He was told that this was onh so when
the lights were furnished hy the Ha
waiian Illeetrle Co
McCarthy pointed out that an the
Territory fiirnlsheH tin- eounty with n
lighting plant, the bust the count)
could tin vvoiihl he to siii.l Hie lights
ilung the vvh lives
NEW LIFE PRESERVER
A new life presirvir, w tilth b is bei n
siHctssfiilly tiltd. iiiuy be liitrndiiinl
Into the Gerinau navy. The iippni
tin, which weighs Bl-2 potiuds, ehn
slstn of twit swimming cushions hnuiul
tngether by stiaps The 1 indiums lie
upon the breast und back 'the nipi
rntiiH Is piovliliil with n hiiiiiII lamp
r,tl bv a hattiiy The limp can lie
ristt iml aiiiiuul Hie In ad wltb a bind
vviuii on the foi 1 hi, id, so thai In nil
incident ut nlhlii Hie pii-tlnu nr thu
u rsnn In tin, vvatn cm ho seen at 11
iiiiisldi lalile tllstaiite '1 lie small ib I'
II Ii lamp burns UiieiOto fniu hours
and, Willi 11 n Hector addtd, throws tint
lihlit Heveinl hundred yards at night
III sim nil mint tests or lire-eavlugtit
night Hie V It thus of the Hiipposftl shlp
wruk, by aid of tin. lamp, have hi 1 II
easllv dlHcovcrul 'Din lite pieseivtr
call lie bueltb'd 1111111111I the body hi live
hiioihIh 'Hut lamp Ik gins to shine a
hiiuii as the but Kin Ih fastemtl III
catin uf cuttiHtruphleh tu waisblps the
worth of the life prcseivel cull not he
overestimated, though In ease of win
Its use would not he nth Isalile.
SOLD HIS WIFE TO
A WHITE-SLAVE GANG
WASHINGTON, DC Nov 10 -The
grand July letiiiiied an iiiilliliniiitli.ru
today against Itnlmt lildoii nf fU
Louis 1111 a dial go of silling Ills t'l
yuu ohl wife lo n vvblle-slive gang
The pioseeutlon Is tin it silt of itllv
Itv li the Depirtimut or Justhe,
whli h has lu gun 11 system itlc effoit to
Htnp Hie trallle Agents of the dtp nt
mint tt stilled that David ion made 11
ill ill In New Yoik win n by his wife
wns sent to 11 Vasblngton nsort
The II 11 1 1 el 1 11 has Just 1 etched 11
shipment of 11)12 Culumlir Pads.
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