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Attorneys for Huis Appear Before
Members of Board of Health at
Special Meeting, Agree to All
Requirements and Are Given
Respite; $10,000' to ,Bo Spent
Another lease of life, has been granted,
tho iishmnrketB of Honolulu, l.nst
month the lioaril of health issued tin
onler slating that unless the markets
v.ero placed in n sanitniy condition
along lines formulated by tho board
within thirty dajs ending November
"1 tho board would refuse to Issuo a
permit for tlm granting of
This meant that City Treasurer McCarthy,
who backed up tho board In
its uiitentions, would have no authority
to issue licenses und the establishments
would bo compelled to close.
President Calls Special Meeting,
lfovvovor, upon request from A. S.
Humphreys, us nttorney for the owners
of tho King uad Oahu markets, a
tpecinl meeting of the board was held
yesterday afternoon. At that time it
was shown that the work of cleaning
up the markets is alreadv in progress,
that l'lumlJiug Jnsiector .Joseph, .1
Mielilsteiu has been empowered to
practically rebuild tho stalls and that
within thirty days at least tho markets
will lie In ocolleut sanitary condition.
Not only this, but it was shown that
the markets intend to place their establishments
on such a basis that future
cumplaiuts will nut bo possible, it is
estimated that the cost of the Improvements
contemplated which wero Outlined
by Mielilsteiu yesterday will aggregate
about ten thousand dollars fur
tho three markets.
Extension Is Granted.
On this showing a further extension
of thirty days was granted; in the
iiieauliinu tentative permits will bo issued
November 21. Theso will be
subject to revocation if tho provisions
ot tho board of health are not followed
A. L. C. Atkinson, attorney for the
owners of oho of the tish markets, assured
tho board that his clients had already
(darted to curry out tho improvements
required. Senator Coke on
of most of the stall keepers in two
of the markets stated that the requirements
of tho board would bo complied
with by his dients. These assurances,
coupled with tho letter from Attorney
Humphreys convinced the board that
the markets are intent upon complying
with the regulations without further
l'lann were submitted by Plumbing
Inspcetcr Mielilsteiu showing the work
iiiiitemplated. It is estimated that
this will, require about six months to
complete. When finished, however, the
markets will be ns near perfect from
u (unitary point of view us money and
Beienco. can make them, it is claimed.
President 1'iatt presided at tho meeting
yesterday-. Only a few niiuur mutters
mido from that relating to the
tish markets wero brought up. One
was in regard to a permit for erecting
n slaughter house in u remuto section
of ihe cilv. Sunervisor Wolter. who
is interested in the pioject, appeared
before the board to explain Mie uaturW
of the enterprise.
SAX PitANCISCO, November !.
Colonel (Jeorge W. Cloethnls, chief engineer
of the isthmian Canal Commission,
'will preside over tho Engineering
Congress which is to bo held ut the
from .September 20th to L'.l. 11115.
This great congress will bo held un
tier the tiuspiccs of tho American Society
of Civil Knguieors, the American Institute
of Mining Kngiueers, the American
Society of Mechanical Kngiueers,
tho American Institute. oC I'dectrjeaf
Kngiueers, and the. Society of Naval
Architects and Murine Kngiueers. Lu'
glnoers from all over the world have
signified their intention of attending
uml the delegation from Great Ilritaln
iiromiscs to bo, largo in point of numbers
and great In distinction,
A tentntrvo schedule of general ses.
'loi'K has Im'uii formulated and tlm following
fee lions will bo considered:
The I'.inamn Canal; Waterways nnd
Irrigation; liailvvays; Municipal Kngln.
coring; Materials of Hiigineerlng; Construction:
i:tee(rlcnl Lngitieeriiig; Mining Kngln
""line; Naval Architecture and Marino
Ici of them sections will hold
sessions during tho cougresii,
sorb joint n'ssions iuj muv be deemed
mlvisoliln will also be culled. On
mint of the convention nf the
Congress of I'dcctrlcnl
iust prior to the Iiiteriintlnnnl
I'liUnecrlug the tirtivltv nf
Ihe Intter In 'tlm Held of llleetrlenl
of contact between electrlcul
(.niy and other I'liglnierlng du
iioniniia nnd work
Nomination of (illlcrm for tlm rmulug
vr -ltd liuluci will bo
Hi the regular monthly mcelliiit
of tlio Kulwiukl Improvement Cluli
hllt vl uVi nliiiH Tlinrdiiv evening
i tit aMtHNblv hull of the Mliiiokiiluul
H..miI, beginning Ml Imlf'pMtl nuwn
Law is Causing Difficulty!
INTRICACIES OF TREASURY
MEASURE INTO EFFECT
By Ernest O. Walker.
(Mnll Special to Tlio Advertiser)
WASHINGTON, November 0. Com-plaints
abound nliout administration of
the income tax proYlslon$kUfho tariff
law. Many people liere have songhl
to fathom intricacies of treasury provisions
anil lire not yet altogether clear
as to what Is required of them. A
Washington man of means, who hail
f.cmmnl experience of th income tax
law during tho civil wnr, speaks of the
now provisions as follows:
"Thcro is iiiirorlnliitv ,,.!
widespread IsLtKf 'l "he
law lor an income tax and its administration.
Citizens who paid an Income
tax at tho close of tho Civil War compare
its collection us superior to tho
prorcnt jractice. In 1HG5 the taxnny.
er tilled out a blank showing a classified
income, naming tho exemptions, to
which he was entitled, and giving the
taxable balance. This was complete at
ouco tor the jear. A Hk htatoment
is to be mode for tho fractional year
IU13 and annunlly thereafter.
"The present law and regulations
require much more of tlio taxpayer,
0cn if lie can claim complete exemption
from tho incomo tax, provided ho
lcrios some, incomo frpm the investments.
It was generally published
that instructions for individuals would
bo given out later and that the instructions
issued prior to November 1, were
for payments at the source of income.
Two editions of instructions -wore thus
issued one as to ineoiuo from corporate
bonds and mortgages and kindrol, papers
about October 2j; tho second ns
to nil otlier sources of incomo issued
October 31, only the day before tho
law wns to go Into effect..
standing tho popular information that'
iinliriilunl interests wore thus far deferred,
it was nt once plain they were
Subject to Uncertainty,
"An nctual experluice will sh(;w how
every small investor, as well as every
large investor, is subject to iincirtciuty
r.nd trouble. The iiitrrot 'f mi industrial
corporation fell due November
1, the day tho ineomu tax Invv went
into effect. November 1 wnu
when banks in many cities closo nt
noon, limiting so much the opportunity
to attend to business on that d.iy. A
person holding bonds indicated l.nd
been slcadily seeking information ns
to what was required of him. On
day, October 31, he was furnished with
a blank statement to le filed with tho
coupons when presented for collection.
This blank w;as at least tlio third form1
issued within a week, supererdiuj thoo
previously put, out. This blank, iuly
'Hied, was to go finally to tho treasury
"department io bo filed witli all similar
Says Borrowing of Money Proved
Great Help to City In a Time
I'ormer Governor Ocorgo It. Carlor
wrote an open letter to Mayor Tern
yesterday, in behalf of tho 'Man on
the Street.' In it ho usks a number
of pertinent questions reg.nding tho
light of county ollicfals to do certain
things, ispeeiully attacking (he old custom
of the county treasuier in
money 'from the local banks to pay
salaries, pending the receipt of taxes.
Mr. Carter also calls tlio attention
of tho mayor to the fact that three
wagons, three driver and six mules
have been used to fill in nnd work iikiii
a side lann leading to tho I uck yard
of the assistant road .auperiutendent,
while the superintendent of the
stable employs a drier-of a
sniiukliiig wagon to spread the dirt lu
the said Inch yard. In conclusion lr.
"To tho man in tho street theso
transactions bccm odd, uml if there is
J satisfactory explanation, lie needs it
ourel.v tuesc liisiuuces ilo not illustrate
the kind of administration the
party promised tho voters. Nor
do' they inspire confidence. "
In answer to this letter from Mr.
Carter, Mayor Kern last evening sent
the following letter to the former Gov
"Honolulu, T. II.,
"NiHciiiImt 17, 1018.
"Hon. Geo. It. Carter, City.
"Dear Sir: Vour favor of today,
delivered by your hand, has been read
and considered by me.
"As to tl.e action ot tno treasurer
in borrowing money some timo ago, I
nni not in a position to determine its
legality, but I understand that this
matter was duly considered ut the time.
The advancement of this money was of
great liclp to tho city mid county, anil
ho pity and county Is in no position
to attack it.
"I am glad to poto your vigilance,
but presume to niggest that the
if anticipating revenue Is an
from the territorial government,
of which you wero at one time
"In rofoience to tho use of the county
wngous mid mules, I um informed
tlm t (inch utu was jiecrwry ami proper,
mid Miugcst that you can obtain full
information by applying to tho city engineer.
I am, vcrv truly yours,
(M n.-di "JOSKI'll .1. 1'lvRN.
" Mayor City uml County nf Honolulu.
NEW MANAQINO EDITOR
FOR JAPAN ADVERTISER
Carl Crnw, formerly on the editorial
lair of tlm China 1'rcM ut
U n pnnMUiKtir on Mini Hlberlu mi M
way bunk t the Orient after ii vimt
on the malnhind, Mr, Crmv has nii
employeil ns iiiiiiwghiif inr of tlm
J a pun AiU'rilikiir puhlliUd nt To klo
Mini l mi hU way In Ihtf JaHinuo villi)
llll III bi'LiHi hit low dul!".
PROVISIONS AND PUTTING
WITHOUT GIVING PUBLIC
ones for comparison with the annual
return hereafter to be made by the
samo wroi.s. The blank was to' show
separately tlm total amount lif the
londs, the denomination of each, the
number of each ami the name under
which the bonds worn known) nlsj
whether tho claimed or did not
claim exemption from the Income tax
for these coupons. There Is a variation
in the exemption to ho claimed,
actnrding as umiriid or unmarried, liv
ing with husband or wife or not, but
the blank has no space to show these
facts. There is dilllcully in inyiii;,
...i...i nionfhs. r..' b'frc. ,lliq .' .cjno .... of the your,
, l ' ' . ," u(im",r commons migui
&!N t0,n' "Cm
"With the. insertion of errors to
cover the doubtful points, the blank
was duly filled mid iiafsed in with the
coupons at the counter of a I miking
corporation ami the interest was paid
to claimant. In the morning
of No ember J It was annotiiicipl
that the industrial corporation referred
to had decided to pay its coupons without
rouanl to tho tax, regarding thorn
us exempt. All the trouble spent in
complying with treasury regulatlom
ami inrnis in presenting coupons hud
proved iinuecessnry in this eiise, If, in.
deed, a finality in its luis been readied.
That remains to be settled between th"
corporation and the treasury. The
whole amount of tax exemption In tli
case would bo less than one dollar, Init
tlm trouble involved would have been
ho samo had no exemption been
Moro Clearness Necessary.
"Interest linymeiils urn often mn.ln
semi-annually and some are mndo quarterly.
If one has a dozen sources nf
iiicp.no even less in aggregate than the
exemption to bo allowed, he is liable
lot nnlv twelve times in the vear, but
twenty-four Jiines or forty eight times
to be put to the trouble of leuriiing
what to do mid lllllng blanks descrilP
ing the property und claiming or disclaiming
exemption and finally to mnke
mi annual return harmonious with all
(ho antecedent partial returns. That is
the situation Jodny. It will probably
lie n little less uncertain and perplexing
after tlio internal revenue bureau has
struggled longer with the various questions
arising, but the troubles are not
confined to banks and trust companies
mid those making payments of large
sums, but theio are troubles and uncertainty
for every thrifty jiersoii who has
managed to invest oven a hundred dob
lars in bonds.
"It is this trouble and doubt con
iiecled to date with the income tax that
is tho general subject of complaint.
I evv pvrsous have been heard to object
to tho tax itself but there is general
clii'sal.sfi.rtinii with imttini.' a law in
force before the public could learn its
roqpireuirjnts nnd with such an amount
of detail in returns."
H. P. Wood Reports Everything
. In Place in New Publicity
A hniidsomo Hawaiian
flag was one
of the attractions of the new Hawaii
promotion committee ollice in the
(niety Theater building, on O'l'.iriell
street, Sail Francisco, when Secietarv
II. P. Wood left on tho Siberia last
Tuesday. A. P. Taylor, the Coast
representative of' the committee had
just completed the installation of his
ollice, an entire week being devoted to
the finishing tunches due to delays in
tlio completion of tho building.
The ibiK udunicd the main window,
and upon this rested Taylor's pleat!
sultcate, with Honolulu
stioker8 all over it. Sitting juiiutilv
upon tlio case was a Hawaiian doll,
thu combination serving to attract gen
oral attention from tho fashionable
attraction was a
photographic study of a
iiau g.ir), tho work of Mrs. A. It.
dr., nnd one of her best efforts.
The smile, upon the lips of this Ha.
walian maiden induced friendly Biniles
from tho passcrsby.
The lust thing which Mr. Wood s.ivv
installed was u photographic enlarge
ment of a picture taken of Windward
Oalm from tho Pall, by Lathe, the
San Francisco photographer who visited
Honolulu n few weeks ago as the
ollicial photographer of tho Pacifi?
Mail Company. The (enlargement,
colorqd, is twelve feet long by three
feet wide, in four panels and joined
and framed In koa.
"It is the most wonderful picture
over taken, frpm tho Pali," savs
Wood,' n'uif 'shows m. the country
of Kooluii nnd Koolaulou, us well as
tho Wuluiniialo side. Kvery bit of tho
landscape stands out in relief, and il
gives a splendid idea of the fine auto
ride to bo taken around that portion of
the Island. There lire soveral other art
pictures which will be hung up, nil of
'I''!' ure, new, ami, being lii colors,
will glvo visitors to the olllco mi excel-lent
idea of what wo have down here,
"DIXIE" CRANE BRIDE
OF STAGE PARTNER
(11 Federal Wireless Telegraph,)
OAMIIIIIDOJ:, Muss., November; 17.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) It be.
cuino known today that Dixie Crano.
the golden hnlred daughter of K.mt
Crmiu of baseball faipn was married in
Itnston Saturday to Henry M. .loliusoii,
her vaudeville partner. Thov urn no.
... . . .
r.,..it..., it... .4...T .i .'
Secretary Daniels Passes Whole
Matter Up, Preferring Not To
Decide Himself (Noble Report
Includes Two Distinct Suggestions
Regarding Method of
"The whole question of the future
of the Pearl Harbor dry.lock Is to bo
placed before congress for nnsner,"
raid Harold 6, Dillingham, uf t. ).,.
walian Dredging Company, who return
"d from Washington yesterday,
on tho Siberin. "Wo had a conference,
or a (.cries of them with the i.avy
department olliclals mid we wero glvon
to understand that tho matter1 would
bo laid before congress, Secretary of
the Navy Daniels preferring not to
puss judgment on tho matter,
"I have seen tho report of Alfred
Xoble, tho civilian expert who investigated
the conditions nt Pearl
llnrbor, and ho recommends two 'distinct
methods of construction, both of
which are entirely different from the
original plan untler which' tho Sun
Francisco Uridgo Company worked on
its contract. Tho adoption of either
one of theso methods of Noblo's would
bo helpful to us, to say tho least.
"bhould we commence work under
either of tho plans suggested by Noble,
It would bo thren years beforo tlm dock
would be ready for use. That U certain."
Governor Froar As Attorney.
It is understood that Governor 1'rcnr,
while in Washington) learned from
Secretary of the Interior Lane that he
need not worry longer nbout tho governorship,
and that in all probability a
I'ovornor would l.c njipointed to relieve
him beforo he. was ready to return to
Honolulu. As bill bus practically closed
up nil his ollicial business with the Ter
ritory, Governor Irear appeared before
the navy department as a legal practitioner
for tlio first tiino iu twenty
years or more, representing tlio Hav
waiiun Dredging Company in the, dry.
dock matter. While it wua not currently
published, yet it wns understood
that tho Governor undertook tho legal
end of the work with tho sanction of
tho ndminisl ration, the latter recognizing
that as hnxwns held to the govcr.
uorship against his will nnd dun only
to reasons best known to the
ho should be fron to some extent
to utilize his legal talents, especially
when such n fine opportunity presented
Honolulu Need Not Worry.
T,. A. Thurston, who wns with Mr.
Dillingham in Washington, mid who
also returned to Honolulu last night,
when told th:itntu wireless messages
to Tho Advertiser hnd intimated a do
slro on tho part of San Francisco to
tukfl the drydock mid naval station
away from Oahu and to the Coast, Faid:
"1 do not think them is tho least possibility
of tho abandonment of Oahu
in that way. Honolulu need not worry."
REACHED BY WOOD
(Continued from page ono.)
by the members of the commission, the
commerciul bodies nud tlm press of
May Get Federal Aid.
However, ns stated above, all Is
lovelj now, and this good news is made
the better by an nmiuiiiiceineiit (hat it
is possible that after all the United
States government may assist the Isl
amis in their exhibit. Chairman Wood
learned or a $.'00,0110 appropriation in
the hands of tho Hecretnry of tho interior,
for exposition purposes, and has
asked for tr.O.000 to help Hawaii out,
DEATH CALLS TURFMAN
(Ily Federal Vlreless Telegraph.)
SAN FltANCfSCO, November 17.
(Special to The Advertiser) William
O'llrlon Macdonough, a well linuvvii
horseman is dead following u stroke
ROW SEEMS SERIOUS
IN ROYAL FAMILY
(liv I'ederal Wireless Telegraph.)
STOCKHOLM, November 17.
to The Advertiser) Tlio ollicial
telegraph agency announced today that
Princess Marie, wife of Prince William
of Hivudcn is still is Paris with her
father, Grand Duko Paul, mid that she
has said, shn will never return to her
husband. All efforts to Induce tier to
chungo her mind liavo failed.
fHv IVderul Wireless Telegraph.)
NIJW VOIIIC. November 17. (Spo
rial to Tin- AdvertUrr) 'Tlm Ameri
ICai people may have mi fear that mirth
""i'lliIH 'li.Hlr.jy (lie lMi.amu Canal."
wiit,( ,K (() ,,.,1,,,, f )0(,((((. tCritu,
former minister of public vvoiks in Hid
Iuih ihuI builder nf u reinforced con
ori'lu ilryilock which went iiuisathml in
Ihe Vslpurslm fartliqimke.
I'liriilniiii lllthop, ton uf Hie sitciclnry
of I ho lutliiuiiin (uniil i'iiuiiiiImIoii, who
ri'lmnml mi tlm !i'uuier Aduiuin, tuld
lie hud lit ii mi a Imir of iiitpei'tloii
Midi lli'ilnr I v run ic a nd lisd lieu r, h"
IwlU'f Hut mprc I in m f
' ' 'rU '"
'I'aiS lb., "
AOGIDENTH WILL HArPJW.
It limy Im iiiipnhn to mnvnut mi
ncrl.lent, but II Is not impn.ilMo In bu
Prrirnl for It, Clminl cibiln'. 'niM
I U I in U not ImoihI uiiiiiiioV puipK,
mid with a bottle of lhl lliiliiiciu yo.i
are prpiiiis fur moil unylhlim. For
dirt lit llll ,wilKN. H.I.HMI, Hmilli t,
(o, Aul tor lluHtU,
By Merchants' Exchange T)'
FrifhlyJ "NViVombor II.
Seattlefailed, Nov. 1-1, S. S. Columbian,
han Francisco Sailed, Nov, II, S. iS.
Maverick, for Honolulu.
uray's Harbor Sailed, Nov.' H,
chr. Dauntless, for Honolulu.
San FrnnrUeo Arrived, Nov, 1-1, S.
S. Hiloniaii from Hilo, Nov. I).
San Francisco Arrived, Nov. 13, S.
H. Harpafyce, hence Nov. -I.
Port Tovviisend Arrived, Nov, 13,
schr. A. P. Coats, hence Oct. 21.
Saturday, Novemler IS.;
Astoiin .Arrived, Nov. 13, bktn.
Irmguid, heuci) Oct, 23,
Monday, November 17,
Yokohama Arrived, Nov. 1(1, S. S.
Sliinyo Main, hence Nov. r,
Yokohama Arrived, Nov. in, H. H.
Korea, henco November -I.
Yoki)hnmdSaiIed, Nov. 17, S. H.
Nippon Mnru, for Honolulu.
Nov. Ki, schr, Ml
rose, for Honolulu.
Port San Luis Arrived, Nov. 13, B.
S. Santa Mnrla, hence Nov. fi.
1'ort Sun Luis Hailed, Jdv. 1(1, S. R
Sntitn Maria, for Honolulu,
Hiin Finnclsco Arrived, Nov. 17, -8
a. Til., H. S. Manchurin, hence Nov, II.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
I'riday, November 1 1.
II. S. A. T. Sherman, for Manila,
Str. Manna Loa, for Ivona and Kan
Str, Claudlne, for Maui ports, 5:30
Str. W. G. Ilafi, for Kauai ports,
5:30 p. in,
Sp Marion M, Chllcott, for Oavlota,
lor San 1'rancisco, 5 a, m,
b. S. Kce,lesia, for Australia, 11:15
.Saturday, November 15.
Str. Kilauea from Hilo and way
ports,' K:tO a. in.
Str. Noeau, from Kauai ports) 5:25
Str. Maul from Hawaii ports, 0 a.m.
Hr. S. S. Kestrel, from Fanning Island,
8:30 a. in,
Sunday, November fll.
Str. Wnlalclo, from Hawaii port,
2:03 a. in.
Str. W. G. Hull, from Knuai ports,
7:10 a. in.
Str. Kiunii from Kauai ports, 3 a.m.
Sir, Mkuhalit from .Maui und
3 a. in.
Str. Clniiillnn 12:10 a.m.
Monday. November 17,
P. M.iS. S.Siberln, from S.m Fran
cisco, fi p. in.
U, S. C. Si Gk S. 8. Patterson, from
llnulaska, 1 p. m.
O. S. S. Sierra for San Francisco,
Str. Ken, for Hilo, 3 p m.
Str. W. G. Hall, for Kauai ports, 5
Str. Noeau for Jlanalei and way
ports, 5 p. m,
Str. Claiidiue, for Maui ports, 5 p. m.
Str. Likelike, for Kaunupall, 5 p. in.
l'er sir, Kilauea from Hilo and waj
ports, November M. II. Poehlniau,
G. II. ltoblnson, it. it. Stelt?, .1. Smith
and wife, .Miss H. Hurtinau, Miss II.
Itobb, Miss A. Alt'. I. Hurtiuuii, W. T.
Morton, II. Koch and wife, Miss C
Morton, 11. .1. Lord, II. Uucliollr, W. P.
Cole, ,I,lC. Soua, Father Paul, .1. W.
Caldwrir; 1 C. Smith, Win. Woou, 1.
K. Mutzgcr, S. Do l'reest, G, K.
T. feedgewlck, IJ. W. Thompson
and wife, .1. Ordunsteiu, K. 11. Jioyen,
.1. K. Cockett, .1. 1. Arcia, S. , Ka-lama,
O. A. Ho Vilbrlss, wlfo and
chibl, .1. W. Donnld, Y, Fuya, M. H,
Newman, Miss Silva, Mrs, L. Knpu, W.
Hirst, Y. Morikuwa, II. M.. Harrison,
A. Mason mid wife, Miss (I, Ilriius,
Mrs. II. P.. itryant, Miss O. S. Wight,
Miss Barnard, Mrs. M. Sizcmnre, Mrs.
Hiikuhiku, .1. 11. mid three
children, Itev, L. 1C Kakani, W. S.
Kobuyaknwu, Mrs. M; King mid servant,
A, A, Wilson, Airs, 1'. Deiuert
und daughter, Mrs. II. Malelua, Father
llriino, Father Ambrose, K.
.r. II, Hakiiole, It. (.', Scarle mid
wife, A. N, llaysoldeii.
Per ttr. Miknlmla, from Maui and
Moloknl ports. November 1(1. 0. P.
Wilder, Mrs. Cluing Tung and infant,
Father Philip mid fourteen deck
.i Kinnn. from Kauai ports,
Ngvcinbcr 10. Miss O. M. Hill, In lil,
Mrs, Kuiu Lul, Miss Look Sam, Muster
'ii ,. a. It. Viorra. .Mrs. Sato,
Clmng Hou, II, II. Akauu, Dr,
'1. V. King, .Mrs, T, "V. King, Mist
A. Nnvvhc!n, Mrs. ,1, Maeliado, it, .1,
Haker, Ah Kng, Mrs. I). Htuurt, Mini
Stuurt, .1, P, Alendiohi, A, II. Kwnrt,
W, I), .Mcllrydu, V. Viinhlmoio, Mr,
Hlinple, Mr, Irvvlu, Tom Ming, Mrs,
Ming. Albert Horner, A. Hartley,
Charles (lay, II. W. T. PurvU, M. A.
Uniimlusi, ( . W. hpitr., Father llerinuii,
Ii. . Muhluiil, C. II. Illpluy uml i deck
Per I'. M. M. H. hlburlu, (rum Hun
1'raurlKn, Novenilwr IT. h Helen
AlliMutjil, Miss Adelsiiln A Ijiki i . Mrs,
I,. A. Amlrewi. I', c. Iluihurt, ,lr. F,
HiiiiyhiiM, 'lia. Il.nlv, Mrs I llll
liivv Unwell lluvli, A
llfrti.lt, .Mis, M A, llerudt, Lewis
iilock, Ml K. llurlln. dm. C. Omu.Uf
Mnjor H. A. Cheney, .1. P. ChrHteimeii
Mis. .1, I', ChrUtitnen Mrs. 1'. M.
t rnlg, Mrs, P. S. Ciinhit and maid, Hnr
old Uilliutibntii, Mrs. Harold
Miss drneo Y. Dlckev, .Ins. D.
Dole, .1 W. Dunham, Mrs. '.I. V. Dun
ham, Lindsay Duncnii, A. M. IMdy,
Miss C. Fiilche, Harold Glllbcrg, J.
Goldman, W. .1. Conroy, Mrs, Mary .1.
Hanson, Miss ('. M. Ilnssett, Miss Kose
Heather, Mrs. G. A. Houglaiid, Mrs. W.
M Hook, It. .Iniidnrfk Duko P. Knhann
iiiiiku, Luklta Kauplko, It, Knavvu, A.
I,. Mcllrldo Mrs. K. A. Mcllryde, 1". Mc
Glveru, Mis. P. McOlvern, W. 11.
C. II. McLean, Gny H. Mc.Mul
leu, A. J. Mcl'nrtland, K. L. Marshall,
I-.. K. Miller, .1. II. Neiistaflt, Miss G.
Neiistudl, ('. 11, Olsou, C. U. Patten,
Mrs. C, y fatten, Miss Mndgo Penrce,
Harry Proctor. Mrs. Harry Proctor, W,
T. ln lins, WilUnui S. Itamoiiil, Airs.
Williuin S. ltnymoiid, Mrs. Kllcn W.
Iteis, L lioseiibcrg, A. Z, llothschild,
Miss K, Sheijiard, Mts, .lolnt Spruanco,
H. .1. Svift, V. 11. Thomas, Mrs. W. H,
Thoinns, Mrs. It, A. Thomas, L. A.
Thurston, Mrs. L. A. Thurston, .1. Frank
Trilch, .MrH. J. Frank Tritoh, G. W,
Mrs, G. W, Yaiisyckle. .Mrs.
II. Von Holt,. Miss II. Webb, .1. M.
"iiillonliorgor .Mrs. .1. M.
berger, If, P. Wood Mrs. H. 1'. Wood.
Per sir. Cl.itiiUiu. fur r,i,.i ...
Noveinber 17. K, Gicsccko. M. A.
Mcoll. A. C. Holts. .1. Mnrelm. CI...
Lying Chun, .Mrs. .1. A. C'houg, I.
A V, Peters,- II. HrodholT, Charles
Gay, .1. dolditcln.
Per sfr. W. 0. Hall, for Knuai ports,
November 1-1 Mr, and Mrs. G. It. Hill,
A, S. Wilcox mid wife, 0. II. ltipley, A.
S. Wilcox, Leon A. Qiiousnn, M. livers.
K. Kopke, ,!,.P. Mcndonko, Mr. nnd
Mrs. 1. Ota, .Mr, mid Mrs. K. Sasaki.
Per str. Clandine, for Maui ports,
November M. Mrs. F, M. Hardy, 1'.
It. Tracy, Mrs. M-. Sanders, Mrs. W,
llaniiestad, ,1. P. Fisher, Mrs.
.1, Pnttry, II. II., Painter.
l'cr str. Mauua Kea for Hilo midway
ports, November Hi Alfro.1 Krofft and
wife, Mnriiitret KroITt, Tlieodore Krofft,
l.mll ,Kroltt, Miss N. Lloyd and friend,
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Gillespie, A. Gart-ley,
A'. W, Dunn, Master Vunnefl, Mrs.
i'ec str. Sierra, for Sun Francisco,
November 1.1. 1). It. Allen, W. Auder.
sou, 1). H. Heist. MUs 1). V. llriggs, A.
A. llrown, O, I), CliristnphersonMiB.
Christopherson mid two children, Cupt.
T. K. C'larko, Miss A. G. Counor, V. W.
Croxtou, Q. S. DoForrust, Mrs.
Mrs. L Dreler, A. W. Ferguson,
Mrs. IVrguson and daughter, J, L.
Foley, .Mrs. Foley, 13. M. Gerrle, W.
W. Gerrle, M. .1. Gillespie, Mrs. (lilies
pie, Mrs. O, .1, Mould, Mrs, A. Graeme,
nnd iufmit, W. A. Ouyette, Dr, T. M.
lluyden, Mrs. Haydeii, Miss Hdlth liny,
ilen, Mrs. .1. Hoffman, Frederick 13.
.larvls, D. Jenkins, Miss M. Kalniun,
C. O. Kennedy, .Jnincs A, Kennedy,
Miss Jessio Kennedy, II, Koch, Mrs.
Koch, William Lanz. Alfred Luut'.
Mrs, It, G. Lukens, Miss Mary
Itt, Miss L. McLean, A. McNulty, TV.
Nelaud, A. It. Oxeiihmn. .Mrs. A. L.
Oxenham, Mrs, Chns. 13. Paaluhl, Muster
Cliu's. l'niiliilil, Mrs. M. .1. Peale,
Miss L. Peres, H. H. Pettinglll, M. II,
1'oehlniafiii, Gustavo Iteliilgor, Miss 13.
Itobb, J. W. Ilolierts, Mrs. Itoberts, G.
II. ltobiusoM, .lohn Schoeu, .1, Smith,
Mrs. Smith. It. Steitz, Dr. 13. C.
f;, l), Myerrf.
Now Matson Boat Leaves New
York a Weok From Today-Col.
-Ono week from today the newest
Mntsou liner will le.ivo New York on
Hh maiden trip, 'which will bring il to
San Prnncieco, from which jmrt It will
initiiito its career in (ho Honolulu tarrying
Col, Samuel Parker left S.111 Prnncisco
for New York to join tho vessel on
Vovemjier II. ,lli; was accompanied by
his neplievv, Arthur Gay, and a trained
nurse. J lit will bo the guest of thu
Mntson Navigation Company on the
trip. The liner is to leave the Atlantic
port on or about November H!i,
and will make the trip in about forty
days. Thu vesiel will curry enough oil
to eiialjij hex to make tho entire trip
without stopping- at South American
ports. The Mntsonln left Newport
News for Philadelphia tin Novemlier
Q to load purt of tho cargo, tho remainder
to bo laUeu in at New York,
Tli uther Matson carrier, thu Munoa,
will bo ready tu follow lliii Mntsoniu
in about a month. Captain Mntson,
head of thu company, is in tlio L'ast,
looking over tho vessels and making a
number of changes which lie believes
will add materially to tho comfort of
Tho, MuiBjiiua s scheduled to leave
San Krunelscn on its muideii trip t'n
Honolulu .laiiunry t!.s, arriving nt Ho
uolulii IVbruiiry 15. Tho company has
alreadv Ijooked about forty passengers,
for this vessel. The rooms are
well arranged, vyith nil liutlis inside the
vensol and noue opening on the decks
lis nt present in the Wllhclmiiiu. Somo
0 the suites uru editions do lu.e. Tioy
have all the comforts nnd appearance
of hotel suites, with brass bedsteads,
and arc really luxurious. The rich trav
eloj bpoMug one of theso will pay iL'L'S
for its mo. The general run of rooms
will cost $Ki und $7). Tho Matsouia
will accommndntu 220 jiassengers two
in a room, while will accommodate
MOORE FALLS OUT WITH
BRYAN; HE MAY RESIGN
(Ily IVderul Wireless Telegraph,!
WASHINGTON, November 17.
(rjpceisl to Tho Advertiser) I"t Is reported
here that John llaiwctt Tdoore,
counjtclnr of tho drpartiuunt of statu
Intends to roslgu from his present
about March llrst, bcciiiixo nf ,ja,
satUfnctiou of tho treatment nccordeil
him by Jlryuu,
Tho lerrltorlul treasury yoslnnliiy
I nut idovuii bunaiin vbilms vvurrunU In
thu s.iin of 4.11 1. Ifl. Auditor llhwr
Iiud klill om Imml novenlMiiii wnrnuiU,
which huvn nut been ciillo, fur,
iiiuiiiinilUK to iiljt',10, Aniiiiig this
nuuilicr Is u wiiriinu for fl 7.1 uml tin,
vvomler Is Unit s lias leiimlned an bniy
um luiliied, us l Ii by fur I he luri'i
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, Tl'I'W. VOVEMBHt H ! P . KMI WEEKLY.
Working of NeV Income Tax
Honolulu Stock Exchange vi
Honolulu, Monday, Xov 17, 1013. X
NAME OP STOCK cumAt s .,u Ak
rAiour val I
Ales. & llalj.ui Ltd . tVrW.Ortjl too) IT5
- utcwrrn to 3UJU,un.i luu.... I
5,ono.fAX) 20 I3i; 14
iiiiku ,.!...,"!"!!" I,fi0i),0li too 10)
IUw. Airlcnftiinl ... tmo.ao ion
Iliw. tVmi, A Sue Co. luiri).( 25 tiHi
IUw. Suz. Co . , ,. 3.000.000 20 1
Ilenokia i,uuu,i u 20
Ilo.iomu 7W,uuy IOUi Ui
..titlon Co l,5fiafno
Kihalai i.oii.urc 2o; io 14
Kckahl Susar Co .... i,'mux It., !)5
Kolo , 75aonr
McBrydcSutCo. LlJ. 3,UM.a '.'?!
Oahu huor Co &.003.UR lls
Olaa Susar Co. I.t J . 5.tni.!M,
Ononiea tiou.uou IS
I'aaiiha" Sue. llan. Co 2,tUI).0X
Pan Z.2U.0C4 ItU)
rionccr .win u .
Wailuku SutV Co.!.!, 3.UXVJUC tJS(lM (ns
Wainies Sujar'Atiu!'." ZJiOW I2S.M
Haiku I'iSP Co. Ltd... 2M,0CK 35
aw. ciccinc ui 7jO.O0 025
Haw, I rr. Co. Ltd L2M.Uk. 2
Haw. Pineal. rle Co.. , 7i).nf 31 :5
lllloR. K.Co. ifj.... tiVl.fvtd
HiloK.lt. Co. Com.,.. 2,'JXtUUl
Honolulu llrcwinc &
Mailing Co Ltd..,, 500.00(1 21 M 21 K
Hon. Oa j Co. Pld ... I50.CM 105 ....
Han. UasCo. Com.'1, 21!.lX 105
II. R.T.6L.C0. Com, 1 3)7,500
N. Co.. 2.f.'i
Mutual Ttl. Co 3SA.00O I3 I8
O. II fit. Co.. D.IKO.II1I I22, 125
PahancKub. Co JIIO.IIU.I IJ
Tanjoilg Olok Hub Co XU,OU0
Uonos Amt. Out
llamakua DilcliCoKi.. am.ooo
Haw. Com. S butar Co
Spc 9J3,000 ,
Hawaiian Irr di r. wi.ua. . 3)
Haw. 'Icr. 4 p c (Re-
fiindinz 1005) .... . rno.ooo
Haw. lir. nc Pub It I.5UUJC .
Haw.Tcr. Ipc tun Ini i
Haw. Tr. 4'4 p c Lumoou
Haw. Tcr. 41? p c l.nno.nrm
Haw. Tcr. 3Spc..,.. 1.244.000
,,1901) 1,000,000 ... .. . 92ii
Hilo K. R. Co. Ret. A
Extn. Con. 61 3.D0O.O00 81 I 2Ji
HonokaaSug Co. 6pi MJU.IKll ... ., 82
Hon. (las Co., Ltd 5s. l).OO0 ... .1(0
Kauai Hr Co. 6s. , 4S),UI
Kohata Ditch Co. (is... 500.000
McUrydcSucar Co., 5s Z.UJU.000
MulualTtl,6 230.000 ioolit".'.'.
Natouiat Con. 6 , .0l5,0O0
O. It. rtL.Co.5oc.... 2.().a '.'" Jiooii
Oahu Sutar Co. 5 p c , SHI.OOO
OlasSurarCo (jpc... 2,500,000 io"! 54
Co.Cs 4CC.O00I lioo 1
I'a.iiit. Miu Mill Co.
is i 500,000
Pioneer Mill 'Co. 5 pc.. 500.1X10
Sin Carlos Mill Cn n - 40U.000! .100
j vr. . ing
Ii 11. C. k S. Co., 23J23.
Ononiea, 30, n, in, 17.C0; 30 Olaa,
i.oo; r, 11. c. & h. Co., und u
S8 Deg. Analysis Heels, Ds 5'd;
1.04; !IG Deg. Ccntllfiigals, 3.07.
Prices on New York Board Start
Low, But Show Strength at
(Ily Vedernl Wireless Telegraph.)
NllW YOIIK. November 17. (Sno-
cial to Tho Adveitlser) Il.irly weak-
iirts ol tho market today was 1ascd
largely nn the decline of American
slocks abroad, followed by forced sell
ing hero and tin; modo.ato offerings
from professional traders In this market.
Subslniitial doclincj among tlm load
Iul' shares Imveru. wlm tin-
lleved tlio tenileiict il i.rie.w rni'.t.iflv
iiidicnled that the reaction had run it's
COIirsO. Thin hlivlm. will, nntr.
ering by shorts, elimiiiatod losses. Bulls'
nni up prices wnenever tliero was eVI
tleiieo of iworsohl conditions.
Traders on thy long side, however,,
failed to limvnrCiil u.uwMilf,
live following after tho upturn had
I'eeu ncnioveil mill huwinnaa ulni.k..iAil
steuililyus prices rose.
ultimate tho market Hii.na
of rotiirniiig heaviness. Honds wenr
firm. Tho market closed firm.
NEW YORK SUGAR.
(Hy Federal Wireless 'telegraph.)
NHW YOKK. November 17 fSnn.
"lal to Tho Advertiser) 'ltavv sugar,
firm: :i 1 lr.n.'t tr. mitriri.
val, H.Otti 3.H7; molasses, 2.S!lfi2.!)2; re
rlAWSUAN STOCKS DN
(Hy Pederiil Wireless Telegra; It )
SAN PICANCISCO, NovemUT 17,
(Special to Tho Advertiser)
Hawaiian Coiiiniorolul . . 25
lliiwnllau Sugar 23
Honolulu . , ,, , 1
Klliiuei not iuutiul
Hiilon ,. ,, )
AiiiiilKiimiiltd not ipmtcd
CABLED SUGAR QUOTATIONS
Sutjur ipiolulhni rcreivcd yiwteny
by I ho lluwuiisil Hiu.nr PUlleri Ah".
clsllon from tho Cullfnriiitt auj )fawL
(in ISug.i' IIvIIiiIim 1 oiiipanv urn tm
Ii K ll.I rlill.fny I- 1 473 (II,
n d , i.iiiv.i 1 ,, o f?uta