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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, DEC. 18, 1911.
i.rnlil t'hnplrr So. 2-0. I.'.
, illuimltilii ('oiniiiiiinlcrj
Order nf lite Temple,
lluniillnii Third Degree.
Honolulu, Chapter Itig
uliir ." p. in.
lliuwillnu - 'I hlnl Degree.
AH vlilMni members of tte
Order are cordially Invited to
attand neetlnga of local Isdgre
Meet on tli
2nd and 4th
tt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
jiniur riiAiurpfiM wfcwuwi 4
Mime Rioiiitcny 0th Alio-
f KFICML A.IATIQB. ciationi cor
V. McKINIEY. LODGE. NO. I,
kftect aiary 2nd and 4tn Saturda)
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and lSeretanta. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited tn at'
K. V. KILU12T, 0. U.
K. A. JACOUSON, K. R. I.
10N0LUI.II LOUaE, 616, B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Ido No. 616, B. F. O.
Clie, meets Id their bill, on King
Itreet. near Kort, every Friday eye
Blue. Visiting llrotbara art cordially,
'.ovlted to atloni.
n. r. n. isknueiio. b. n.
aim T. KMlliGKU 8c.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1. I. O. R. M
Meets every ,1rst and third Tuesday
or each n tli In Fraternity Hull, I. O
O. !. building. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
W. J. ItOUlNSON. Such em.
li V. TODD, C. of It.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Friday at
T'SO o'clock. Pylhlnti Hall, corner IK're
Unlu und Kort streets. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to uttend.
K. DECKKH. C. C.
o. hkini:, K. of R. & S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Meets on second and fourth Wednes
day evening of each month at 7:30
o'clock, In San Antohlo Hall, Vineyard
street, near Emmn. Visiting brothers
aro Invited to attend.
P. HIGCIINS, W. r.
WM. C. M'COY, Secy.
' SPIRITUALISTS, ATTENTIONI
I'M ward Harle, the noted Psychic of
Ban Francisco, who for over twenty
O'eiirs has been prominently Identified
with the Spiritualists' societies of Amer
ica, Is In Honolulu and will demon
strate! psychic phenomena, etc. Spirit
ual advice on nil matters given. Dally
10 to 4; ovenliiBH by appointment. Tel
enhiina 3913 or ut residence, 781' Klnau
street. Grand Sennco every Thursday
Kve.. 8 o'clock. 0030-tf
Importer Fort St
BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY HATS
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite Young Hotel' Phone 3088
A Very hundsonirt display of Trimmed
Fort Street Upstairs in Boston Bldg.
EVENING GOWNS AND WRAPS
Cleaned by Absdle't French Process
(.i. aiiadij;.- rroprieiori
777 KING STREET PHONE 1401
(XmM-'i ii'AlJ 'flftltofa V"ir'F' i
Mill' IlilHliililil'illiilli Mi
City Transfer Co.
JA8. H. LOVE
SKIPPER BREAKS QUARANTINE;
Steamship Saint Kilda Entered Harbor Without Pilot or
Pratique By Medical Officers All Intcr-lsland Steamers
In Line for a' General Overhauling Pendinrj Inspection
Some Vessels Stin Weatherbound Big Movements In
Captain John Lewis, master of the
fine new llrUlsh freighter Saint Hilda
wlt,i a cargo of Australian coal for
the lnter-lsland Steam Navigation
Company was In lino for the assess
ment of a stiff fine ut the Instance
of tliu United States quarantine oJTl
ccrs fur a serious Infraction of ex
Istlng Federal regulations In that he
fulled to halt tho course of his ves'
koI when approaching tho port of Ho
nohilu,, and nwnlt prnctluue.
Tho Sulut Klldu appeared off the
harbor shortly alter the noon hour
yeslndny. As there was n rough sea
running outside the channel the quar
antine and customs launch und the
pilot boat did not set out for tho ship
until tho Saint Klldn came within
shore distance of tho outer buoys.
Hy tho tlmo .that the smaller craft
had left the harbor and steamed
through tho channel, tho Saint Hilda
wan seen to niter her course, nnd en
tered Hie channel, nnd came to u stop
out u short distance from Alnkea
When Dr. Jnmcu hoarded the Hi I
tlsh freighter he Immediately called the
attention of the skipper to tho seri
ous Infraction of United Stales quar
antine laws which compel all vessels
Iroiu u foreign port to remain outside
tho harbor until granted pratique by
the quarantine olllccrs.
That the Saint Hilda entered thu
harbor for tho first tlmo with out a
pilot Is considered by shipping men
as a rather daring net on thu part of
the skipper, who admitted that ho had
never before visited tho port of Ho
The Infllrtlou of the penalty lays
within tho Jurisdiction of Dr. Carl
llamus, the head of tho Federal quar
rntlne service. The Infraction of this
particular quarantine regulation calls,
for a flue of live hundred dollars.
Dr. Humus has tho matter under
advisement and it Is understood that
owing to posslblo mitigating clrcum
Mances In tho particular case of Cap
lain Lewis tho levying of the penalty
will he wulvcd. ,
Dr. Itnmus slated this mornlug' that
the Captain of tho Saint Hilda would
not bo fined, his explanation of tie
nffalr having been found satisfactory.
Oalnt Hilda Can Carry No Hawaiian
President and General Manager J.
A. Kennody of the lnter-lsland Steam
Navigation Company stated this
morning. that the British steamship
Saint Hilda now hero with 4500 tons
Australia coal will after discharge ut
the hunkers, proceed to I'ugot Sound
i7ltoro the vessel hns a charter to cur
ty a largo shipment of lumber to Aus
Tho statement appearing In a morn
ing paper to Die effect that the mas
ter of tho Saint Hilda hoped to se
cure a largo shipment of sugar at this
jiort, wns received with grins by
those who know full well that Hn
wallau sugars must move to the main
land In tho steamers flying tho Ame
"lean Hug. At present the regular
companies doing business between tho
coast and the Islands will continue to
euro for the 1012 crop without the
necessity of calling on tho "Drills!)
Hundreds of Asiatics Returning to
Thn big new Jupanese liner Shiuyo
Mnru to arrlvo from San Krunclscn
tomorrow morning Is to bo dispatched
rnr Japan ports nnd Hongkong at five
o'clock according .ro present plain of
Casllo and Cooko, tho local ngonls for
that lino. A hundred or moro Jup
ilieso and Chinese have hooked steer
ago passage to their natlvo land In
W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors ' Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagnt
v ( Schlitz Beer
Call and get one of our new 1912 Pocket Diaries.
the new liner.
Two cabin layover passengers aro
also provided with trunsiiortullon to
the Kar Kast. The Shiuyo Is expect
ed will bring a large Christmas mall
ond a few lujover passengers.
Rate War Continues.
It Is reported that tho truffle war
between tho incmberB of tho Tehuun-
'epec Pacific conference nnd the Kos
inos line Is still going on merrily, Thu
German Btcanicrs slashing Into the
coffee rates to divert the tonnage via
the Straits ot Magellan. The Kosiuos
boats are reported as putting Inlo nil
the little ports for coffee, while tho
gnu Salvador railroad lias had threo
now steamers built especially to ban
die this tralTlc and carry It to tho
Pacific terminal of the Teliuantepec
r.t Sallna Cruz.
Weather Favors Many Departures.
lteports of a moderation of weather
conditions along the coast ol tho varl
ous Islands, iccclved at tho office of
the luter-lslaud Steam Navigation
Company resulted in the placing of a
number of steamers ou tho berth for
an early departure.
The W. (1. Hull taking nulls and
passengers only will be dispatched for
the Garden Island at five o'clock. The
N'oeau Its expected will sal) ut live
o'clock today Yor windward 'iKuual
ports to gather up sugar niter hav
ing discharged a general cargo. Tho
steamer Nllhaii Is on the boards for
dispatch for .Maul, and Kona and Kan
ports on Hawaii. This vessel will de
part with a shipment of explosives,
Tho Ilelene which hud been listed for
departure the latter part of thu week
Is expected will Ball on or about foui
o'clock this evening for knlialulele,
Pnttullo, Ookala and I.atipahoehoe.
The llclepo will carry freight' only.
Coal for Hie Inler;lslund.
The. ntlsli. freighter Snlnt Hilda
wus un arrival at tho port yestorday
afternoon with 4r.oo tons Australian
coul. The vessel steumed tip from
Newcastle, N. S. W., In twenty-two
days. Captain ,ewls stuted today that
i!ie voyago was uneventful si.ve a lot
of rought weather mat with some six
days prior to arrival nt Honolulu. The
Snlnt Hilda Is n comparatively new
vessel. It Is her first visit to the Hu
wallan islands. She Is u fine type of
modern Urlttsh freighter. The vessel
brought one sack of later Australian
mall. It Is expected that the vessel
will bo discharged and ready for dis
patch to Puget Sound ports by Christ
mas Duy or before.
ProinrUiruN Due In Janaury.
The niue Kunnel freighter Prome
theus, from Ocean Isluud with u full
cargo of phosphates, is expected to
arrive on or about January Gth, ac
cording to latest Intelligence concern
ing tbo movements ot that steamer
Mlkihala Met With Rough Weather.
Purser French of the lnter-lsland
steamer Mlkahala reports having en
countered much rough weather at the
several ports along Maul and Molo
kal. The Mlkahala returned with a
number of passengers and a curgo In
eluding 19GS sucks sugar, 49 Bboep,
J 17 pigs, 42 bundles hides, S crates
eggs, 31 crates chicken-), 13 sues
com, un packages stiudrlcs. North
cast trades and ueuvy seas prevail
Pearl Harbor Supplies Via Panama
, Tho American steamer Navajo with
n quantity of structural Iron and steel
'o be used In tho construction of bar
racks ami other buildings ut Pearl
Harbor naval stntlon Is'duo to arrlvo
TIDES SUN AND MOON
n ?e p h i s ' i
"" 3d 53.1:1 a &M $ B
lp. A.m. p in. n di. A.m.
is . s.o lift ;.: I0.3U cm &.: 4.M
111 l.f! i. 1.31 MMI.0I CM K.fi 3.3!
99 S.M t. X MOII.W !,. 1.11 .
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n a i.i 1 4.4i e.43 ii-'i. enc 3.tc T.it
?1 3.1S 5.0 1 1.13 10.14 I.JV tM 3.1; S.M
b.(o i.t I .s.-.uu- 1.44 t-x 3.r fttO
New moon Dec. 20 at i8i a. pi.
Temperatures 0 a. in., 70; 8 a. m.,
72; 10 a. in., 73; noon, 74; morning
minimum, 07. ., ,
Harometer, 8 n. in., 50.03;-nbsolute
humidity, 8 a. m., .',.105 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. m
CO per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., 58.
Wind a. m., velocity 11, direction
K.i8 si. m., velocity 7, direction E.;
10 n. m., velocity 9,jllrectlon N. K.;
noon, velocity J3, direction E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 n.
m .03 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 249 miles.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable lo Merchant'
Monday, Dec. 18.
POUT TOWN8KN1) Arrived, Dee.
17; Schr. Snmar from Pearl Hai-
bor, Nov, 2i.
POUT TOWNSKNU Arrived, Uon.
18: Ilk. Albert from llllo, Dec. 3.
POUT TOW'NSKNl) Arrived, Doc
18; Schr. Minnie A. Cntne, from
illlo, Nov. 30.
SAN PEDllO Arrived, Dec. 17: 8. S.
Crown ot Clallcla, hence Dec. 7.
ANTWEItP Sailed, Dec. 17: 8. B.
Crown of Arrngon, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Dec. 17: 8. B.
Persia, hence Dec. C.
SEATTLE Sailed, Dec. 17: Ship Er-
sklno M. Phelps, for Honolulu.
MAHUKONA Arrived, Dec. 17: Ukt.
Irmgurd, from San Francisco.
S. S. Chlyo Maru.'wlll dock at Ala
Itea wharf, Friday nnd sails Friday,
. m. for San Frnnclseo.
8. S. Shlnyo Mam, will dock ut Aln
kea wharf tomorrow (.Tuesday) morn
ing about 8 o'clock and sallu for Yo
kohama abo)it C ji. m.
hero daily. The Navajo Balled from
Dalboa, the Panama port seventeen
days ago nnd tho vessel will enter
und discharge cargo nt Honolulu und
not nt the naval station. It Is under
stood that the cargo was Bhlpped to
Panama In the regular government
steamers and there transferred across
the Isthmus to the special chartered
Young Secures Valuable Photographs
A series of interesting photographs
of the uiioiriclal opening of Pearl Har
i.or to United States wur vesscta were
secured by Will Young who mude u
special tilp In the fast llttlo Water
witch, Mr. Young possesses two pic
tures of more than ordinary lutereitt
one being tho passing of the flagship
California ut the outside buoy, while
tho depicts thu dropping of the an
Noeau Discharged General Cargo.
From the Inter-Island steamer No-
cuu In iwrt from Kauai toduy tliero
has been discharged a general cargo
ol Island products Including 31 hales
'tides, 32 sacks awa, S crates chic
kens, 94 sucks rice bran, 122 sucks
rice paddy, 315 sacks rice, 24 pack
ages sundries. The Noeau steamed
through choppy seas and strong north
cast trades according to reiiort from
Mauna Loa Returned! from Kauai Trip
Bringing a large list of cabin and
deck passengers, the Mauna Loa re
turned yesterday from a trip to Kau
ai ports, in placo of the Klnuu which
has for tho past fortnight been on
tho Marino Hallway. The Mauna Loa
brought 3000 sucks 'K. A. and 4200
sacks T. A. sugar. Other lines of
freight included 330 sacks rice, 47
bales hides, 4 crates clUckcns and' 2
unit rollers. A Bhlpmciittpf ir,o pack
tines sundries arrived.
. CoiKlderpblo Btigar Is awaiting
biupmeni on Kauai according to re
port brought to this city by Purser
Logun of the Inter-Island steamer W,
(1. Hall which inado n special trip
from the Oardcu Island, rotuinlng to
Kauul this evening. The following Is
reported: K. S. M. -2500, M.A. K.
I8.218, O. & It. .23Kp, V, K. COO, K. P.
iioe, ij. r, ii, un,
Hawaiian Islands Oalin Island
pearl Harbor Entrnnco Duoy, 1, u
second class tall-type can, previous;
ly reported out or posltlpn, was, re
placed December 16, 1911.
leather cuso containing bedroom slip
pers. Itewurd nt tliU olUce.
(Continued from Page 1)
"The material available Includes
th .boys of every race nnd creed.
They should nil be taught to be 'pre
pared' under the flag.
"The duties of the honorary council
nre to tiphqjd ourendenvors io make
the wearers of our uniform a picked
boy. Dodges of honor, and, badge's of
merit, and sieclal badges for bravery
re presented to the boys. We want
your Interest' to help enlist tho boys
and through your backmg make every
boy an assert for the community, nnd
isneclnllv those found wnrlhv nf
wearing the badges of dlstWtJon. It
Is up to you as public tplrlted'cltlzcns,
to glvo us your attention from time
to time In prize contests as Judges,
umpires and. courts of honor. '
"There Is hard work t8 be done by
the commissioner tp bo named by you
and a council of scoutmasters or u
scoutmasters' nchool. , Here experts
In various lines. In camp life, wood
craft, bird lore, engineering and
scouting In all Its branches will lec
ture to. ihe scoutmasters. They In
turn will labor to bach tho boys; the
big boys will teach, the llttlo boys.
Lessons In obedience und leadership
will bo given, by a chosen leader.
"Thus haVlng caught .our boy with
alluring romantic bait we will endea
vor to fnn the latent chivalry In hln'i
. Mr. Hitchcock read extensively from
the directions for organization while
the lunch was going' on, thereby giv
ing those present a clear Idea of the
general alms and purposes of the boy
On a table at tho end of tho room
Mr. Wilder had displayed some or the
books and paraphernalia ot scout
croft' work, and he went Into detail
to describe the code of honor of thn
After u brief discussion the commit
tee whoso names ure given,wus named
to tuko up the work of organization,
They will name u permanent commit
tee and the movement will gd forward
with wlderspreud cooperation than
ever before. Mr. Wilder nnd Mr..
Hitchcock will be among thoso on the'
permanent committee 'or organization
If the unanimous vote of the meeting
Among those present at the lunch
eon were: W. A. iiryan, D. 11. Hitch-'
cock, A., II. Ford, V., V. Dillingham,
Paul Suicr, Carl ltnmtis, Spencer
liowen, W. It. Knrrlngton, 11. O. Muth
eson, 8. Sheba, Wm. Yap Quul Fong,
J. A- Wilder, 8. II. Dole, . 1,. Whit
ney, C., It. jlnmenwuy, Ulshop Libert,
A. F. tlrlmths, P. L. Home, Jos. J.
Fern, Frank Damon, I.'. (1, llluckinuu,
W. It. Castle, J. P. Cooke. W. F.
Frear, Dorcniils Scudder, C. S. I-ooui-is,
K. I. Spalding, .1. 8. McCnndlesB,
Albert Judd, John McCandless, T.
Cllvo Dnvles, M. M. Scott, Jos. Wako
flcld, Governor Freur, W. It. Custle,
Judge llartwell, Gen. Mucomb, Cnht.
Curter, W. E. Drown, W. T. Pope.
Sunday, Dec. 17.
Newcastle, N. 8. .W. Saint Hilda,
Dr. stnir., p. m.
Puget Sound Allco Cooke, Am.
schr., n. m.
Kauai K)rts W. O. Hull, slmr., n.
Kiiual ports (Klnau run) Maiinn
Loa, stin r., a. m.
Maul, Molokal and I .ana I Kirts
Mlkahala, stmr., a. m.
Monday, Dec. 18.
Port Allen ajid Island ports Me
xican, A.-II. S. S., a. ni
Per T. K. K. S. S. Shiuyo Marn, for
Japan ports and Hongkong-r-McBsrs.
Uaggett and Page. (
Per stnir. Mauna Loa, for Kauul
ports, Dec, 19. U Douse, J, Douse,
N. Hastle, W. Miller, S. Iloblnson, F.
Gay, Miss Crnndull, Miss E. Gay, D.
Kunhca, Mrs. Kaaheu, S. Deverlll,
.Miss Schemmelfenlng, A, S. Wilcox,
Mrs. Wilcox, Tan Wo, Miss Neeward,
Harrison Direct Line Steamers.
Mr. Fred Wuldrou, roprehcntutlve
for the Harrison Direct Line steamer
Crown, of Arragon, Is In receipt of ad
"Ices to thu effect that that vessel
sailed from Antwerp for Honolulu and
J Pacific oouBt (Kjlnts yestorday. This
mounter iuuv cuii ut- several south
American ports to gather up Items nf
Tho steamship Crown or Gallcln
which left a lurgo general European
cargo at Honolulu and sailed ror tho
const on December 7th Is reported to
have arrived ut San Podroesterday,
According lo a report to the Uonrd
or Health, tho number or deaths lu
the district or Honolulu ror the"six
teeu days ending Saturday'wns two,
both from tuberculosis.
The meeting of the Board of Agri
culture which wus to have been held
ut halfpa.it two o'clock this afternoon,
has been postponed iiiit,l an hour
Attorney B. C. PeterB la expected lo
finish his examination of'Entomolog
1st David T. Fulluwuy this afternoon,
when the Lucas case comes un before
'Judge Cooper In the Circuit Court.
Several other witnesses may also be
placed on the stand for the defense.
Seven new enses of smallpox have
developed at Quarantine Island among
the eighteen hundred Spanish nnd Por
tuguese, Immigrants held pnder deten
Dr. Carl Humus of the Federal quar
antine and marine hospital service was
hurr.ledly called to the ouarnnttne hos
pital this morning. He found seven
new raxes, nil, with one exception,
mining the S.iiiIkIi Immigrants.
Yesterday tun new arrivals from
among me HpaniMi colony ncvelopeo
symptoms whk-h plainly Indicated
smnllpnx. This morning n little child
was found seriously 111 with the innl
ndy, und It Is feared tho little one will
not Mirvive, A Spanish woman Is also
reported ,ns very III, with slim chances
ror recovery. ' ,
Three additional smnllpos- cases de
veloped In tho "measles camp" and
these have been promptly 1olated. They
ure In the advanced stages. One .vic
tim of1 tin; d.lscasc was removed from
the I'ortuguesc camp, today, and, h yo
man tuken from the Spanish camp.
Dr. Hnmus stated this morning to n
II 111 le n representative thut so far
none of "tjie eight hundred Spanish Im
migrants, who arc stated, for release on
Wednesday morning bavo, been found
Infected. If they continue to remain
free from Infection until that time,
these people will bo turned over to tho
Federal Immigration authorities early
After three years of service ns gm-
cral secretary of the Young Women's
Christian Association, Miss Curlotu
Moyer has resigned. The, resignation,
which was prfM'lited to the board of
directors' last Frliluy, Is' to take effect
wlthfu the near future, It being Miss
Moyer's plan to leuve for the Coaat
soon nfter the holidays. She will take
a much-needed rest with friends m
While hiindlcnppcd through shortness
of time In which to prepare for such
nn emergency. It Is the desire of the
director Unit there bo no break In the
progress of events and that nil mat
ters relative to the work", both in tho
roomi In the lloston building nnd the
Homestead on King street, continue un
disturbed. The mutter of choosing Mlsa
Moyer's successor will coinn under nd
vlfcment within u few days. ' ,
" JJjL J
Arrangements have been made by the
Uiupuhoelioe Sugar Coniiuny to lease
:i!):i acres of land from T. K, Lalukeit,
formerly county treasurer of Hllo, Ha
waii. The lease Is to run for five years,
starting from November G, 1HH, nnd the
price puld Is to bo tsOOO for the full
term. The land tukcr in three blocks
und Is In the vicinity of Ijuipiilioehoe.
The papers were llled ut the Uureau
of conveyances this morning.
UP 111.11 W
t1 t U .tiJUJ
Following tho granting of n motion
by Judge, Cooper on Saturduy lust to
dismiss the mandamus and alternative
write brought against the Kukulau
Plantation Company und Albert Hor
ner, Jts president, hy Hobert Horner,
u, new writ, conforming with tho pro
visions ot the .Orgui)lc Act has' now
been filed In (lie Circuit Court.
Tho matter romeB up ror lvarlng
tomorrow ifteruoon before Judge
Cooper In tho Circuit Court, when the
ens'e for the complainant will be put
before the court,
Tho case of tiie Territory against
Tbiimus J. Qiilnu, .who Is charged with
exceeding the speed limit In an outo,
wns this morning .continued until to-
morrow. Tiie caso of the Territory
ugulnst Clio roe Keo lisu also gone
over until tomorrow,
A divorce wus grunted this morn
ing by Judge Robinson In tho case of
Manuel Arnldu hgutnst Rosaline Aml
da, On the grounds of cruelty Mary
Genet wus ulso granted n divorce froni
Iteforo u (urge audience yesterday,
Mr. Akaiko Akuna preached u most
Interesting und Instructive, sormou In
Kuwalnhau church- His delivery ot
Die Hawaiian lauguugu won for hlni
the admiration ot the audience.
OF WINE CO.
After n three monthB" Investigation
noth by the Internal Revenue offlco
dm! the food commissioner, Edward
II. Dlanchard, enough facts have been
gathered to moke foundation for nc
tlon to be taken against the. Maul
Wine Company in connection with the
manufacture of their brandy. i
Further details beyond, , those ul- 1.
ready published In the U u 1 1 e 1 1 n
Saturday are ,now available. The first
tip that .the revenue office received
wns from one of tho revenue ofllcers
who ran across n seemingly Innocent
matter but which was being carried
out, In rather an unusual, wa) Added
to this was a Query asked by nn out
sider which threw light on tho whoto
tubject. From that time on. the ofll
rers or the revenue department have
been busy working on the matter and
gradually step by step worked up
When they had their evidence nil In
they notlOed tho wine company and
n compromlso agreement was nrrlvcd
at details or which have been sent
along to Washington. Tho matter
was also given into tho hands or tho
Onltcd States district ntiorncy and
tho company retained J. Walter Drake,
former collector of Internal revenue
here, to' handle Ihe matter for It as
the statement that a line of $3000 is
to be ImpoFed on the company, the
statements of Collector Cottrlll this
morning show that nothing Is known
at this end as to Hint part or the mnl- -y
tor and that the" whole nffalr Is In
he hnnds or the head officials ut
Washington. "Wo know nothing ot
that," stated Cotrlll this morning,
"We have worked tho case up through
This ofllce mid with tho help and co
operation of other officials and the
public. Without this cooperation wo
should never be able to get along nnd
wo nre always grateful ror any tip
that may bo given us. At the same
'.lino we are never at liberty to dis
close anything of what goes .on In our
office,' not even to a newspaperman,"
he concluded with n smile.
The charge' on which the company
will be held is that although there
wus a Hicclul clause of tho law dor.1
Ing with the manner In which brandy
should bo manufactured and Its sub-
j M'qiicnl use, no notice was taken of
it. uauo sugar was added and al
though in some cases this might not
be a crime. In view or the manner In
which the brandy was disposed of, in
this case It constitutes one.
Everything has now been practically
settled In connection with the franchise,
for the Hllo electric htrret railroad, und
L. S. .CoiinesS expects to leuve very
shortly ror Washington, where he will
place the matter before Congress. Tho
terms for the license as to the water
rghtH have also been agreed on, und
the proectH look bright for the com
pany. "Mr. Conness will take tho matter to '
Washington," said the Governor this
morning, "und Congress may, of course,
make n few alteration, In tho terms of
the franchise, but that is not- In our
hands. We have done till we could to
fix the matter and I have written to
Hllo announcing the fact."
Bark Albert Hustled Some.
The American bark Albort, an old
tinier In the Pacific completed the
oyo,ge from Hllo to Port Townsend
In ,15 days .according to cableg receiv
ed here today which' announced tho -arrival
of the windjammer nt tho
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BEFORE BUYING 'YOIJR 'cHRIST
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YOUNG HOTEL BLDG.
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