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UEhmmI 5ipWHWf SGESaSS ffff1"i
gpyWirtniBiii .mm y
nil nnrxnns interested Jiiav
Aycr'5 Sarsaparflla is a tonic
and alterative, free from alcohol.
Whatisa"tonic"? A medicine
that imparts strength or tone; a
medicine that builds up, gives
vigor and power. What is ah
"alterative" ? A medicine that
alters or changes unhealthy action
to healthy action. Aycr's
Sarsaparilla does all this without
stimulation. Ask your doctor
if a family medicine, like
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, is not vastly
better without alcohol than
frpind Dr. J. C. Aw & Co., Lo.ill. Mm , U. S. A.
granted, and may present evidence ns
to who are entltleil to tne said property.
And that notico of this Order bo published
in the Hawaiian Oazetto,
printed and published in said Honolulu,
for three suceessivo weeks, the
Inst publication to bo' not less than ton
days previous to the time therein appointed
for snid bearing.
Dated, tho 2Gth day of September,
(Signed) ., .
JOHN ALBKRT MATTHEWMAN.
Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho Third
(Sicned) .TAMKS AKO,
Clerk, Third Circuit Court.
(Seal, -Third Cirrtiit Court)
3750 Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22
nnvnT.m.TI IRON WORKS CO. Ma
chincry of every description nindo to
Friday, October 11, 1912.
Bremerton Arrived, October 11, TJ. S.
S. Maryland, henco October 4.
Tort San Luis Sailed, October 10,, S.
S. Lansing for Honolulu.
Port Townsend Arrived October 11,
Bktn. Mary 'Wiukleman, hence September
Francisco Sailed, October 11, Schr
Annie JoluiKm for Miihukonn.
Monday, October 14, 1912.
Hito Soiled, October 12, 7 p. m., S.
S. Enterprise, for San Francisco.
Fort Bragg Sailed, October 13,
scbooncr Dauntless, for Hllo.
San Francisco Arrived, October 14,
9 a. in , S. S. Siberia, henco Oct. 8.
Port Townsend Arrived, October 14,
(chooncr Blnkeley, hence Sept. 24.
"Curcka Sailed, October J'3, schooner
A. F. Coats, for Hllo.
Grays Harbor Sailed, October 13,
barkentine S. G. Wilder, for Honolulu.
San rraucisco Sailed, October 12,
1:25 p. ni., S. S. Korea, for Honolulu.
San Francisco Sailed, October 13, 8.
S. Arizoniui, for Sulina Cruz.
Napoopoo Arrived, October 8, schr,
11. D. Bcndixon, from Port Gamble.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Friday, October 11.
S. S. Santa Maria, from Port Hartford,
7:30 a. in.
Str, Iwalam, from Hawaii, 0:30 a. in.
T, K. 1C S, 8, Hongkong Maru, from
South and Central America, 4:43 p. in,
P. M, S, S, Pertiu, from San Fran,
clsco, 5:10 p. m.
Saturday, October 12.
Str, Mauna Ken, from Hawaii and
Mnul ports, Oi25 a, m.
Str. Nocuu, from Kuual porta, 8 n. in,
Ilk, Audruw Wulh, from San Fran
Cisco, p. in. (towul to Pearl Harbor).
Sunday, Uctoht'i 13, liny.
Str. Klitttu, from Knum ports, 1! 10
M, N. & fe. Hunirfulte, from lUhulul,
0:10 a. in,
Btr. Mlkulialn, frgm Maui and Uolo
kul .it. fltlC , m.
V. B. A. T, 1Uguii, from Au 1'ntu.
rltru, 7 It. III.
Mumlny, UuUt 14. 10 1.
'I H H. Hlrrn, from Mun l"..u. ,t
1 i a. ui
llkln. .1. M
cine. 1 a. m
Mrs Clms. Lcrings F.
IN THE OnUttJIT OOUBT, THIBD Chas. Loving.
I Mrs. F. L. Lowndes, Chas.
nrorTtTT TPnRTTOTtY OV IIA- Lowndes,
WAII IN MObEEu OHA-McNab, Mrs. M. U. Mnllory, Sidney F.
" .l IHIIKIII. I IIMfllllTI J .1. 11.
Petition nnd Accounts, nnd tnat y, jrnrria g C. L. Watson,
iiirn uuu i K D jinrdock, William stiller, I. Ka
there appear and show cause, if any a'uokninni jir's, Honry Kcau'nnd 30
they have, why the samo should not be jeck
HAWAIIAN GAJ5UTTK, TUKSDAY. ocTOhFK 1?. I12
flriflllths, from Mpndn
Ktr. ! walnut, frow Hawaii porta,
fit Mnsolll Willi Unity-Mark in tow.
for oatm porti, 8i30 ft
Ilk. Hndera, for I'ort Town'ond,
(fiiim anehornge) HiSfl.
S. 8. Ilnrnolen, for Hiircka, 1:30 'run.
Str. Mniinp lon, for Kona and Kott,
Str. XIIIiau, for Knnnt port, 5 p. in.
Sir, Iwalnnl, for Hawaii porti, b
Str. Clauillnc, for Maul nnd Hawaii
iKirts, 5 p. m.
M. N. H. 8. Honolulan, for Knlmlul,
fl. i. m. . .
P. JL 8. S. Persia, for Yokohama,
Shanghai and Hongkong, 12 m.
Schr. Annto M. Campbell, for San
1'cdro, 1 p. m.
Str. JIaunn Kca, for Hllo direct, 4
Sp. Marlon Chllcolt, for Gaviota, 1
8tr. Hcleno, for Hawaii ports, 4:35
T. K. K. S. 8. Hongkong Mnru, for
Yokohama and Orient ports, 0 a. in,
Str. Wailclc, for Hawaii, 3:S0 p. in.
S. S. Santa- Marin, for Port Harford,
1 i. in.
U. S. A. T. Logan, for Guam nnd Manila,
4 i. m. ""
Str. Kauai ports, 0:45 p.m.
Per P. M. S. S. Persia, from San
Pranclsco, Oct. 11 For Honolulu: Mrs.
11. Cameron Hois, Miss Charlotte A.
Horn. Kor the Orient: J. Ashida, L.
LiHcnboiss, J. A. Fenner, .lose Troy,
Mrs. J. 1'. Grcssitt, Miss F. Urcssitt,
Mnrsh, Mrs. .1. C. Poole, Miss H. Sutton,
8. H. Slicpard, I'Ved llakor, Kstcr
lli.fllr. llniriT S. Miles. Ilcv. Andrew
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE B jfcjlson, Miss II. P. Hoblns, MrB. C.
OF WILLIAM ORLANDO TAYLOR, A, Diddle, Miss Eleanor Hlildle, J. P.
DECEASED. I Hrooks, Sam S. Bullock, Dr. C. A.
Ilin, Mrs. J. II. Jones, Miss Jessie Mc-
Order of Notlco of Petition for Allow- Donald, W. O. Moore, Mrs. W. 0.
ance of Accounts, Determining Trust jroorc y?. jj. steeblcr, Mrs. W. II.
and Distributing tho Estate. Steehlcr, F. H. Vines, J. A. I. Wntt,
. V. L. Andrews, Mrs. V. L. Andrews
On reading and illing tho petition anil ifunt, Mrs. T. J. Banyea, Miss N.
nnd nccountu of Maud Tnvlor, .orj.( ciieo Jim, Cant. J. J. A. Clark,
trix of the Will of the abovo named p clement Pictsch, Jcsso Clcvoland,
WM. ORLANDO TAYLOll, deceoscd, of nv . Cliurchill. Mrs. J. M. Dcljn, E.
Honolulu, T. H., wherein petitioner asks w pcnnoinnn, Mrs. E. W. Fcnncman,.
to be allowed 2SWju nnu ciinrgeii wmiAivn j. n,ut jr9, Alva J. IHil, W. It.
S28.44, and asks that tho same lie k- Hardy, W. C. Jonos, Kwong Choy
nnd approved, and that n final i)nn p Mrs. Thos. Kydd, A.
order bo made of Distribution of the K T,0,vrjCi n. D. Lilllnrd, Mrs. J. B.
Tpninininp lironcrtv to the persons ir.n.iwii. ifnalnr fcGnvern. Domin-
thcroto entitled -and dischnTglng ,, noni,uay( Man Land Eli, Ng Yuk
Per Btr. Kiuau, from Kauai ports,
October 13. W. C. McHciiry, G. II.
Humphreys, C. F. Drake, S. Sustikc, M.
Kuamoto, K. Kruno, H. Dyson, A. G.
Armstrong, A. O'Hnrn, leather Coles-tine,
Francis Gay, II. Iscnborg, Mrs.
Knui Wilcox, H. P. Faye, ,T. Morse, 1
Henoch. J. C. Tccano, T. ligita, Y.
Aknu, Master Quoiiir Vet, II. V. Had-
field, O. Spillner, John Manuwai, John
Lowell, Mrs. Bowers, .1. Souza, Mrs.
Souza, Mrs. J. H. Sopor, Smith lliroth
nnd 58 deck.
Per U. S. A. T. Logan, for Honolulu
from San Francisco, October 13. Maj.
O. 11. McSnnuH, inspector general; Maj.
Robt. H. Noble, Twelfth Infantry,
Copt. H. F. Smith, Thirtieth Infantry;
Capt. H. J. Broes, Cavalry, A. D. O.j
Capt. W. B. Burtt, Twentieth Infantry;
Capt. A. JL Shipp, Twentieth Infantry;
Capt. D. McCnskoy, First Cavalry;
iFirst Lieut. M. Mirrrny, C. A. C; Maj.
J. A. Pcnn, First Iafnntry; Maj. Gcorgo
Blakely, C. A. C; Capt. B. McClcavo,
Second Infantry, wife, sou and daughter;
Capt. J. II. Brysou, First F. A., and
wife; First Lieut. S. D. Kromers, medical
corps, wifo and 2 sons; Second
Lieut. W. Jl. w. Voting. liftli Cav
alry, and wife; Second Lieut. R. L.
-Maxwell, iirst t A.; Hoeond laeut.
W. II. Robertson, First Infantry; Second
Lieut. A. K. Polhomus, Third Infantry;
Mrs. .T. JL Beaulor, Jlrs. J. F.
.Tunds and 2 sons, Jliss Lyon, Mrs. B.
H. Hatkius and daughter, Capt. R. JI.
Cutts, U. S. M. C, wife mid daughter;
Capt. D. C. McDoucnl, U. S. jr. 0.; Second
Lieut. 1 T. Kvnns, TJ. S. JL C;
Jlrs. Thos. Dunn.
Per 0. S. S. Sierra, from San Francisco,,
October 14. Geo. Ahlboru, Miss
Xottio Alf, JL F. Barclay, Jliss JL
Barro. Isaac Berrls, T. O. Boclyn, Mrs.
Boolyn, Jlrs. T. Brandt, Jlrs. C. U.
Buckmnd, , Jliss H. Biicklnnd, Jtiss
Bucklnnd, K. A. Butler, Mrs. Butler and
child, Houg Chack, Mrs. JIary Childs,
Kai Tin Chun, Jliss M. A. Condon, A.
T. Cooper, JL Costa, J. H. Criliy, Mrs.
U. Jl. Uamon, Jliss I.. Damon, Mtb. W.
Do A'uries, D. A. Dowsett, Jlrs. Down-'
ctt, A. F. Dredge, Win, Dykes, Goo
F.dwardB, Rev. H. Englchart, Jlrs.
J. A. English, JHbs JL, Fauth,
Jlrs. E. D. Fielier, Louis Franks, E. L.
l'ricke, JL R. Gailowuy, Mrs. Galloway,
Hermann Gcrken, Adam Qilltland, N.
Giustut, Miss Jlay Greene, Mrs. C. M.
Harmon, Hon. F. M. Hatch, Miss Hatch,
Miss Helen Haves, duo. Hedge, Mrs. Jl.
L. Been, II, F. Hill, Sing 11. Hoe, Leo
G. Hon, Mrs. L. Hull and child, A. A.
Isbell, Mrs. Tsbeil, Joe Jacobs, F. B.
Johnson, Jlrs. Johnson, Apau Kau,
Jliss Kelby, Jlrs. Kcllcy, Dr. Chas.
Keller, Jliss Grace Kelly, Thos. Kelly,
T. .1. King, Jlrs. G. W. Kirkauly, chili,
and maid, Chas. Lung, LMw. It. Lang,
Jlrs, Lang nnd child, E. Larson,
LowerB, It. I, Llllle. Jlr. LIIHo,
J, Lishmuii, JIIks A. Long, Capt. M.
Jlcfarron, C. 1). Mcintosh, Jliss JL
Dr. T. It. JItfNah, IS. Mnggio,
Jos. Muguln, Mux Miircum, L, Jlurkt,
H. B. Marrlnor, Mrs. JInrrlnur. V.
JlichauU, Loon Jlorris, Mrs. Morris, L.
C I'orUh. A. II. IMtnek, Mrs. II.
8. Patrick, Ml K. IVarson, F, D.
Mrs. K. I'llluti and child, T. ,1.
(juiiin, Percy IlaiiiKleii, J. W. Itumsvy,
Mis. Rummy, W, 81. .1. Ilnuiiev. Jlrx.
Ilnhiiey, Ml 1 lol en lUiinvy, Mrs. ,1.
1' Hugo ii nd iliiiuhler, . (told, .1. L.
P. llublliiou. A. ItixiuM, II. P. lluth,
Winner, Jo. Walker. Mltn O. Walter
Mr. HlltDlMtth Warner, Mm. W. H
Vintr, Mm. Naliel Win, llonn Kal
Kin, M. K. C. Yop.
Por sir. riandiup, for Mnul porta and
Hllo, Oct. II.-1. J. Hurt!, J. M. Weln
berg, M. Jacob, W. W. CHITonl, Mm.
John lllchnrdton. Charles G, Coital,
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Ayros, Miss
I V.Hhotts, Miss JHyo
T. V. King, Look Tong, W. W.
llnrrls, Mrs. P. Oda, Albert Ayrcs, J.
Hinnu, Mr. And Mrs. A. C. Franco,
Per str, Mauna Lon, for Kona and
Kan ports, Oct. 11. Mr. P.
A. de la' Nux, Ocorgo W. Cnrr, A. II.
Gurrey, II, A. McWayno, A. Ij. Green-well,
Miss K. Paris, George Baker, C.
A. Doyle. A. Or Henderson, wlfo and
child, H. P. Hcilbron, 8. Hcoknwa, A.
Oilo. Mrs, M. Nnnuno, Mlsa Nnauno, J.
Lindsay, Thos. Gouvln, JL Suycnaga,
Mrs. Suyennga, Mrs. Hayasht, K.
N. Tnknshl, W. Sasaki, Nov. M.
Takeshlta, Dr. Hnynshi.
Per P. M. b. B. Persia, for Yqltoha
E. M. Tngals, Miss Graco van Huron,
Por Mauna Kca, for Maul and Hawaii
ports, Oct 12. Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. T. Bushonft Miss S. Fulnn, Alexan
der Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. BarnoyJ
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Flctchor, M. A.
Plague, P. F. ElHs, Miss J. Johnson,
Miss M. Johnson, Mrs. M. T.
Mrs. H. Miindon, M- Ylerra, W.
T. Chong, It. Phillips, Gcorgo II. Hut-
ehcan, James Caidor, Geo. P. Ucnison,
Tames Wilson, William Kllvie, W.
McGillivray, G. McConnachic.
Arranrjements Arc Complete for
Services Over Body of
Dome upon an -artillery caisson tho
casket containing lho body of tho Into
Maj. John II. Wholley, Second Infantry,
U. S. A., will be paid full military lion
ors this afternoon at thrco o'clock at
Declares That Not One Benefit
Accrues From the Uso-
BALTIMOBE, October 2. Colonel L.
M. Mnus, U. 8. A., modlcal corps, told
the convention of tho 'Association of
Military Surgeons here .today repeated
investigation had failed to reveal a sin
Fort Shaftcr. Following tho military EIc benefit from the me of nlcohol. On
hearse will be a, charger wenring tho ( the contrary, hn added, it lessens the
tivaurtrtliftl funitvnl 1 vnnl m ra l 1i tirt ..l.lllt.a ...1 li - -. . ... f.
Soi:Vv?affil?ltafcj! mA - bo.s placed in- the stirrups, every line.
Miss I. Howard, Miss A. B. Jones, Miss j spurs facing forward, toes to tho rear. The use of alcoholic stimulants, ho
Crowded Opera House Responds
"Enthusiastically to He?
The body will be escorted "from the 'maintained, had no idace in the army
post through tho city to Williams' un- or navy cither ns a medicine or a
parlors by tho third Ralcnient, and he saldvthai its use
ion of the Second Infantry, headed by wcrc tho
tuo Second Infantry band wiilch will importnnt psychologieal and
Into the city this morning from cnleirects of tho use of nlcohol, Colonel
Schoficld Bnrracks. Tho body will bo MnuB nverred that it "has been tho
scut to Arlington -National Cemetery, causo of countless unjust court-martial
Virginia, for burial. sentences against officers and menof
Tno funeral eoltego will bo formed harsh official decisions and
tho quarters of the late command- tions In assignments, of hopeless
the ensket being borne from tho tions nnd ruined careers": that it
house to tho draped caisson by a squad causes sickness, impairs health and use-of
soldiers. Tho honorary pall-bearers fulness, adds greatly to the
Gon. M. M. Macomb, Colonel French, ciencv of both officers nnd men, adds
Second Infantry; Lieut. Col. Archibald additional burden and cost to the
adjutant goncial; Major cal department, deprives tho govern-Cheatham,
Q. M. Corps; Major Ken- ment of otherwise vnltinblc officers and
ncdy, Medical Corps: Mnior Timber- enlisted men and forces them on the re-
lake, C. A. Corps; Major McClure, tired or pension list with corresponding
Filth Cavalry, nnd Captain Harris, Sec- increase of governmental expenditures,
oud Infantry. "Practically all tho crimes in tho
Iiistructions wore sont from nnny enn bo directly traced to the use
tcrs yesterday to Schoficld' Barracks to of alcohol. Most of tho murders,
u field artillery caisson, fully eiiies. robberies, and disbursed,
equipped nnd mannod. sent' in missals of officers, defalcations nnd pec
tins morning together with a horse with ulntions, duplications of pay accounts,
suitable cnpiirisoning to accompany tho Prison nnd guardhouse sentences of en-caisson.
The Second Infantry band is listed men, desertions, venereal diseases
to como in by train. Tho instructions and insanity are due to the use of
directed Colonel French and Cap- holic beverages."
tain Harris of tho Second Infantry to ,Ho cbnrged that directly or
Secure the confidence tlint had
in MH Wl.nll.,v was fMHv no., ment in resnonslbln fnr n l.rn nln
entranced the audience which filled tho ! tioncd in disnatches durini. camnalfnii of undesirables in thn arrav who. he
Hawaiian Opera House, last night, 'in the Philippines with tho First Wash- snid, "are gathered from the slums of
Countess Eleonora do Cisaeros retired , nStn Volunteers, of which ho was our largo cities, maialy through the
t .... . . i , ... 'oucl, having been appointed by the incompetency of undiscriminatinc and
s.. ..wnB rZ, m 7"'BS " n ?r" " Washington State while hold- drinking rerruiting.. parties. .
......- -v. wv..M., ..w... hfu...ouu . nnniw, Mn.n. !..!. I. Al. I IIUlin.tl.1 . 1. a . 1 i. ... 1. .F II.:. .1...
tioner nnu sureties irum uu immn .- Tong JIiBS Mnry j;. I'rntt, U. U. Kan- all1 nelilah followed bv a trlumnhal i ,B D "'"",u" Ju " ,m, . luom ul m, i;,a53
Rimnsibllitv herein: ldnn A npnwiek Tnhn Suno- A T 1 ",""'' "y inuiiijiuui u)ar army. ( nn,l fj,p ,0 of alcoholic beverages be
'iT IS OHDERKD, that Wednesday, a .L Air Tri' Ms Tc"l L L b,,r8t.of "PP"o. which rippled then. Tho Movfin Ietters B,10W tho interdicted, tho sick rate of the arm
the 13th day of November, AD, loti Sj Whealon, IlVsl' Pauline "' "''.V ratne'rTo' &, ' Car teCl in wWA he W"8 hcld hh 1VM P. a?d
at 10 o'clock a.m. before the .Tudgo E w P K Williams, Wong You "Li..,llnJ fhn llv Ji , penors: its efficiency correspondingly in-
presiding at Chambers of said Court at & fr'. Ge0rR0 K. Wl, ,,,, fcj. M. ,X 0f 'nnlauso ,SAN FBHNANno, P. I. creased.-'
1,1s Court Boom In Knllna North Kona, Wrlht Elmer YKounRr Bcek. "SjSm .. v W 2f, 1899. H
the hereby is ,,,T:" i,l Xif, Ul0 ccntor of To Hie adjutant general, U. S. A.
T. H., bo and same ,r MSltnlain, from Maul and 1 ? nfilinrBinrn liriBin
u. .l.A .! nlfl,n ftr linnrmf. .. . . . n . , n . n..i. .r ." nl"(i wo1 .-k"'' "- umii uuvw. Wnii hinirfnn IV M I 1 1 ni II L 111 1. 1 1 1 111! IHIL.
in Honolulu nnd eavo a marvelous cx
hibition of her vocal range and the
mellifluous and olusivo quality of thcr
oivc, for, whether in tho martini
strains of Verdi's "O Don Fntale,'Mho
rollicking, open-hearted croon of'uthe
old Irish ballad "Sweet Babe a Golden
Cradle Holds Theo," tho seductlvo fascination
of tho lilting "Yoijs Dnnscz
JIarquiso" of Lcmairo, lo the sonorous
roll of Trindolli's "Amoro, Amorel"
the countess' voice thrilled and soothed
nnd met appreciative applause. Her
voice improved wttli each number,
until nt tho conclusion of tho Carmen
number slio received nn ovntion.
Another triumph was also in storo for
Pnul Dufnult, whose sweet tenor voico
wns again a rovclation in n number of
" " e-i " .11 Diir unri
Sir: Col. John H. Whollov. First
lf..lliniTlnn l. ... Irtavirt THfn.l... ...
with his regiment in my .command f
xruia iuuivu l tu iuurcn U, JQOU, I
iiu iiih regiment Willi
skill and gallantry iu numerous operations
ncainst the enemv. nnd T have
ballads which gained under MANILA, 1., July 28, '
T U. S., Army, old s
singer held tho audience spellbound WaS..i..gtJ0n,D,SC.,U.S.A. ' j Kaiser in Chicago,.
and not a program rustled, not a foot
scraped, not a cough was heard as ho
sang ballad after ballad in a voico so
sweet that nono wished to loso a shade
of each silvery note. When an
enn bo so hushed that only tho
soughing of tho wind along tho street
mnj" be heard, then that singer has
gripped his audience, and Dufault hcld
his. Perhaps ho was best in "Thou
sand Years Ago," perhaps In "Tho
Trumpeter." in which his voico sccmc
to imitate tho silvery notes of th
trumpet, and perhaps well, it is difil:
cult to snv which pleased tho most
As for James Liebung, Ins tntinip
wns that of tho master of tho cello,
his lendition of Popper's arrangement
of tho "Bhapsodio TJongroiso" being a
wonderftil interpretation. Faultless in
execution and perfect in shading,- "Jlr.
Liehling wns n distinct success.- Jits
encore to the rhnpsodlo was even moro
npplauded than tho original number on
To Mrs. L. Tenncy Peck,.lho accompanist,
was duo much of the triumphs
seon'd by tho thrco visiting artists. As
true an artist as a pianist ns the others
wore in their respective fields, Jlrs.
Peck also showed an endurance, which
wns wonderful, as sho played twenty-four
Honolulu music lovers have had a dis
tinct musical feast, and showed their
appreciation by filling tho houso at bothi
PHOKN1X. Arizona, Octobor 2. His-satisfaction
with tho prison reform
policies of Governor George W. P. Hunt
on the part of those opposed to tho
"honor system" and the liberal use af
the executive's parole powers, has crystallized
in an attempt to invoke tho recall
against the Governor. 1'etitions
aro being circulated in western Gila
county, the odvernor's homo county, by
William Sparks, formerly a sergeant of
tho Arizona Hungers and lutcr a guard
at the Florence penitentlnry,
This is the first effort to employ the
constitutional provision for the recall
of jiublic ollicials, of which tho Governor
hua been an ardent champion, Petitions
designed to bring about the re-cull
of State Scnntur M. 0. CunnllT and
Homer Wood lire being circulated In
Yuvupal county. CunnitT Is president of
tin, state n'li.iti' mill ho nnd lilt
vig lie are nt tucked heeaiiso (if their op-limit
lull to woman tmffruge nnd several
nthur mmiMirc eouniilerid at tho rtvent
Mm M. lluth, Mrs, T llowkld, XI l. L. ! .emiiiil of the lntfisUiture.
MlwritLiii, Ml Irene Hlioridsn, Mr. !'..
I Hiftnt, J. HtiuUIr, J. Hlt,tnor, Mrs.
'. 'u..r, it, T. Ktwle, II. Hubbard,
l.lutd Htock. 8 M Klix-k, Wmren
'I Im.ii, j.. u t Thurilmi, I,i 'I'm, Mi
-i. iimiUu, J Van Vgmr, Mr. Vn
Mrs. ('. II IliUiklmid uinl two (laugh-turn,
wliu wnii in tliii i'ot un tho
Hnnoinn ill .ugiiit, rrturnixl i(fiday
Iff (hi) riirrrii Hrf it dchlitfii, nrft
his regiment, occupied tho most advanced
positions along my line, and for
uravcry ana ability nt tho iiattlo or
saying, "Colonel Wholloy was under
tho strongest firo for tho loncest timo
his maiden fight at that." j
From General Lawton, breveL brigadier
general of volunteers, for distinguished
sorvice nt the capture of Mor-rang
without the loss of a man. July
Major Generals Lawton nnd
recommended Colonel Wholley for
urigauier goncrai or volunteers, wnii
General Otis' (commanding First
Corps) indorsement: "Colonel Whol
ley 's servico should entitle him to recognition."
Notice in the. Army and Navy Jour-
jjal, September, 1901, where six volun
teer otneers' names were sent to the
senate for brevet rnnk of, brigadier
general of volunteers, one of which
names was John II. AVbolloy.
Ho was appointed Major of tho Forty-first
V. S. Volunteer Infantry, from November
1899 to July 1901, nnd as such
entnmnnded the sub-district of Gungua,
Philippine Islands, under Gen,
On application of Captain John If.
Wholley, Second Infantry, for detail tq
tho Armv War College, General Grant,
Commanding Department of the Lnkcs,
Chicago, Illinois, March 21, 1910, placed
the following indorsement!
"Respectfully returned to tho ndju.
taut general V. 8. Army, Waihlugtou,
I). O, Captain Wholley has served with
mo in tho field and in garrison, I have
found him to bo an efllclcut ofllccr nnd
I would bo glad if hi application for
dotal! to the Army War College cau be
(Hgd.) V. I). OIIANT,
Tin' annual meeting of tho Woinnn's
Christian TeiMpiiriiiifn Union Mill be
hold nt thn riijideiife of thu priwldont.
llftV), I'liniilioo ilri'fl, this ufternoou nt
o'clock Al ladle lulereitod
iu work ni turueitly tr
ijum!mI to tittrml
n high opinion of his merits as n com-1 The business district of Kankakee,
mnndinir ofllccr. nnd believe he will bo 'Illinois, was swept by fire. Fourteen
found equal to any command which business houses were destroyed. The
may be devolved upon him. Ire started in tho New Remington
Very respectfully, thoater.
LLOYD WHEATON, j Tho new eighteen-story headquarters
Brig. General, U. S. A. building of the sovereign camp, Wood-
FavQinbly endorsed, Elwell S. Otis, men of the "World, was dedicated at
Jlaj. Geaeral commanding. .TOmnha, Nebraska,. A parade including
Headquarters First Division, 8th men Fended the ceremony,
corps. A. Kitten, barely three weeks old,
1'. 1899. went to icop on tuo. breast or
son or Mrs. Frank
and suffocated the
Sir; It is with great ploasure that child by sucking tho breath from its
I recommend for appointment for
brigadier gencrnl, U. S. A., John H.
Wholley, 1st Wusliington Infantry, TJ.
Colonol Wholley lias been in my com
mand since March 17 Inst. Ho has, with
Tho New York State convention of
tho Woman's Christian Temperanco
Union forwarded a resolution to the
secretary of tho navy, asking that the
new battleship New "York be christened
with water fioip Niagara Falls.
division. His services ?rlg?a,C 0t United States stand" together in friend
my have been
faithful, efficient and meritorious and
'""aslcs.i'or him tho consider
ation oi iuo uopanment, icciing
that if ho attains f ho promotion ho
desires, thut ho will bo' a credit to himself
and the service.
H.- W. LAWTON,
Jlaj. Gen. U. S. V. Commanding.
He received tho following recommendations:
Fiom General King, brovct brigadier
general of volunteers, for distinguished
'As long as Great Britain and tho
ship they will domintte tho world,"
Sir George II. Bcid, high commissioner
for Aiibtinlin, is quoted as saying iu an
interview iu Wusliington, D. C.
It has been announced by Postmas
ter General Hitchcoik that nearly
70,000 scales will bo icquired for use
iu tho parcel post system, which is to
go into effect January 1. Ha- has accordingly
authorized tho issuance of
bids for that number.
Tho "wurehouso of tho Los Angeles
company, publishers of
Santa Annn, February 4 and 5, 1899, The Times, was destroyed by fire en
tailing n loss of about $35,000. The
stock af nrint miner stored in the ware
house, with other supplies, was entire
ly destroyed. The origin of the fire is
When Patrick Haley drew a revolver
and begnii firing at JIayor James H.
Poisgrave of Frankfort, Kentucky,, the
major charged him, knocked him down
twice and had thoroughly subdued him
when Haley wns placed under arrest.
One bullet lodged in thov mayor's leg
and another passed through his hat. '-He
bad represented Haley's wire in a divorce
Characterizing the act of buying intoxicants
-for a habitual drunkard as
being as bad ns buying intoxicants for
a minor, Mayor Zimmerman of Richmond,
Indiana, fined James Allen $100
nnd costs nud sent him ,to jail for 140
days. Allen hnd been convicted of
purchnslng threo pints of whisky for a
man to whom saloons would not sell because
ho wns a habitual drunkard.
To prevent the doHtructiou of many
interesting books, papers, pictures nnd
valunbles of vnrious kinds id the college
buildings, Harvard University has
added to its stofi of employees an official
rat catcher, tho first nppoiutment
of the kind In the history of the unl
vcrsity. Samuel Johnson of
is the now officer. Ho has the
help of a clover fox terrier, two ferrets
and ninny traps.
ItUniiANDS, California, September
27. A. L Chapman, the muulclpal
filed bis first report today,
showing that between Soptoinber 1 and
,,t,.it;l,er 21 Jin killed approximately
3.7S0.UO0 lllri. Hn but iMnMlcd fifty ,
lliw." Airicuftuttl ','. . '.
Miw. Com. A Su(. Co.
Hiw. Sue Co
Kckaha Sugar Co.....
Mcllryde Sur. Co. Ltd.
OihuSucar Co ........
Olaa SuiV CoVLVd'!"
raaunau suj. nan. o.
Waialua Atr. Co......
Wa.luku Aar. Co.
Waimea Sugar MiU....
Hiw. Electric Co
It. R. T. & U Co. Co n.
Mutual Tel. Co.
ItitOR. R.Co. Pld
IliloR. R.Co. Com....
Honolulu Brewing &
Malting Co. Ltd....
Haw. Irr. Co. Ltd
Haw. Pineapple Co ....
Taniong Olok Rub. Co
Pahang Rub. Co
Haw. Ter. 4 p c (Fire
Haw. Ter. 4 p c (Refunding
Haw. Ter. 4W pc
Haw. Ter. tl p c
Haw. Ter. 34 p c
Cat Beet Sue.S Refining
Hon. OasCo., Ltd 5s..
Haw. Com. & Sugar Co.
Itdo R. R. 6s (Issue oi
Hilo R. R. Co. Ret. &
Extn. Con. 6
Honokaa Sue Co. G p c
Hon. R. T. & L Co. 6 p c
Kauai Ry Co. 6s
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s....
Natomas Con. 6s
McBryde Sugar Co., 5s
Mutual Tel. 6s
luami augar to. 5 p c .
uiaa sugar Co. 6pc.
iugar Alill Co.
Pioneer Alill 6pc,
Hawaiian frr Co6s.
Hamakua Ditch Co 6s,,
1 1. 500000
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Monday, October 14, 1012.
NAME OP STOCK
15 O. R. & L. Co., 150; 00 Oahu Sug.
Co., 2(5.75; $0000 Hilo Ec. Cs. 97.50.
$0000 Waialua, 5s., 103; 25 Hilo
Com., -8.75; 25 JIcBryde, 5.75.
Saturday between boards. 80 and 15
Haw. Sug. Co., 41.
S8 Dcg. Analysis Boots 9s, 8Vid; parity,
4.03; 90 Deg, Centrifugals, 4.11.
Demoralization Follows Heavy
' Selling Orders From
(By Tcdcrol Wireless Telecraph.;
NEW YORK, October 14. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Further demoralization
"on tho foreign stock oxchauge
was reflected iu the weakness of tho
stock market at the opening here this
morning. Losses of one or two points
tforo recorded by the Copper shares,
Smelting, Jlissouri Pncific and
Pacific, Great Northern and othor
issues. Trnding wns active with indications
of. continued liquidation. Heavy
jelling 'ceased soon nfter tho opening,
nnu in some stocks substantial recoveries
over la'st week's final quotations resulted.
Bonds were heavy,
Dullness followed the recovery at
midday with Philadelphia & Reading
the strong feature. Tho market closod
heavy, prices shaded slightly from the
best in tho. last hour, but tho markot
was featureless aside from the continued
feverishncss of Canadian Pacific.
(Dr Federsl Wireless Tltgriih.)
SAN FRANCIS.CO, October 14.
(Special to The Advertiser) Closing
Hawaiian Commercial , ....4H1 42Vi
Hawaiian Sucar ,. 40
Kilauea , 13
Paauhau ,,.,.. .2101
Union not quoted.
Amalgamated Oil ,..
Associated Oil ....r i44Vt
Unlisted and mining stocks unchanged.
WAITING TO BUY,
Stocks worb firm yesterday and few
sales utado on thoboard. Tberu was a
demand for Oahuat 20.50 and some
trading wns dono at that price during
the afternoon. Ono broker made a sale
of shares of McHrydu at
S75, and there was au Imuiodiate call
for moro at tli saiiie Jirlcc, jirobably
with a view to getting all of the supply
nt that price ott the miirJsct. Tho low
prices do not tempt the buyer to come
out with the coin no thut the iuiiiu
is at a ittindstlll. The itbieiiru of rain
till hns Us ou t10 mnrktit. Buy
er are plentiful for I!wa at SH,6o, but
gallons or tile from one Inimir.j trips mo iiicuiic.i io go uiguor for Ilia
cmU'rnl through the butln portion, same rnvu tbil luepn most pf tho
of IIiMbmd rimpnan tliatllradm lutrb, 'buy ore to buy
tlrr itre 711,000 Mm to b11ob '"" ''i