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HONOLULU GTAIBTJLLETIFRIDXY, KOY. 15, 1912.
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' i ' ; ZJft -) . ; i i ii ,Lii i U , turn 1 luhluiiiJiims . h cTfrr calla occaDlcd.aad hun- : cf travelers U the steerage, the' treefcs ago with the arriral of Pv lclflc Ma.Il liner ilanchuria from cific Mali; teaiaer"wa to the .effect : .-n Francisco 1$ an arrival at the '-,t2at some amall Tessels wcro noted I-ort of Ilcnolula this afternoon., bring- a hovering near Bird' Island, a large les r.ar.y tourists and ethers who are kc'.atod rock ono hundred and serch admittedly' recrulU as a result of the -ty miles to the westward but In the jiSrcilve canpa!?n tow, being waged en the r.air.Iand at . the instance of The Hawaii Promotion Committee and 'allied crro-Iaaticns. - ; :-Uh'-;;;;C Of tv.o hundred and fifty at in pas f.rnrcrs who left an Francisco In tbe i:- r, cne hundred were destined for ' J!cr.clu!x The rur .lcr . leaving the : Ian: '. :ria at this r ort also include 11 i nd c'.a3 and cne steerage, pas- Lcr 1 I ol'oe c ir.ee rs boarded the big l':.(r Li th? Quarantine this afternoon for th3 rorrcse cf effecting the ar ret cf CM Cin Hsr.k alleged a for- rcrcfaC : rt Chinese bene :ty, vho Is charged with I : ccr.de i.v.dth funds amount- lr tj ahcut ?:;;0 te! r. sing to that ( ; r. . " . ' . Th.e cTrcrs who accompanied, Cus t . -. lr rat Ton an ' Quarantine of- .. :o!o t D t:.3 ship (, thown every c -rtr-y 'y the fteam:h!p men In per r t: :: cucr.t fcr t'.. r uchly want f : ::. ' ; . ' . . ' . ' - 'a "oy nam wa3 rr.a' ?i Alakea : :f for th reccrlion cf "iO tons : ' ' ! freight trcurht to thi3 port i r i" -' arr"? in. the Manchuria. Fcr : ' it v:3 a r: otter cf doutt with ' rt t' - r:rt whether the c ' ! ' I a l:r"i at the r f. I '.t 1 i.erf.. win rail : a' . c to: er- t ' - r - '-- .1 t- 11' ' a a c . ", , in :!.,? ttccraro : tha mainland . 3 arrived in the .', :!;an Ilawai'an at Calla.; t r t cf :h? ere cf ttr at tl.2 tj. ft the th ' ... , ia d::: !ar t l!.: " - ;::a t: r -v.ni or t c. : . .; n frja; ai t3 as ' as r ut at cut and .t I i an t-eavcr I o to Lrir.2 lumher C.ty Milli and is expected e here the middle part cf r; ;:,a : ; ' ht His r.zr.. : ; . tald to te a Fifth Ca- las teen-placed under tr end vita v.ieldin a knife, c Yi.Uaa being . h vri a r a Porto RIcan wo- -My vanted man, t ho vc3 a through passenger in tree? thip Sherman. - Harbor Of- - Carfr vle'.tr d.thot vesstl tefore t: a i aa tee'; a t elated departure ; . I I .... ,-Iaes : yesterday," and . : . . . . x at d that Freeh was not ca . d. Crier's next move .''was fto y c hasty visit to the railway sta- ti;a v.i ere Fresh was found prepared to t i e train for bcaoneia-Barracks. I; : Ce ; la -; fcr Hawaii Today.. ' t. r'oeives as well as other it. -r 1 (.). ' ti - : I carzD the Inter-Island steam a .will sail : for Kukaiau, . Laupahoehoe and ; Papaaloa - cf departure being fixed for f r o'clock this afternoon.' The -ves-1 carries-no paasengers.V -,: a . - '.to -;.:::. Thetis To Visit. Hawaii." if.. h'; Tli United States revenue' cutter ...oil 13 soca' to te dispatched for a cruise to Hawaii the vessel being away enly for a short time. . The pos jll i' ty cf tho Thetis being sent to ' visit the Li' l ; inlands - lying . to the 'vr.tverd is yet a." matter, of conjec- - ' ' If :- - t. i'-:: y- - na - WAS. M. (JAS. H. C Kins Street: eppr Union "CriU a;.-. -i ' :a:a-- .ra. a-v' --.;;,..:-,.;V';Viv-. -"'-'- -a'v :S ' -' r : '-'. : if TTTnit i tow i . -4 '; v V V ' .-i .' tnrc. A report received 'here come track: of steamers plying: between tne oilcat and Honohila. " r-:- f;n Mary E. Foster Rede OatVCate. . With -decks drenched r through re peated inundations from mountains of ea water, the American schooner Mary EL Foster, -on a voyage ftcm Honolulu to Port Townsend rode Oit a gale of unusual severity. : ? ' In a Ieter receired here," the skip per of r the windjammer, stated that while no damage .was done the re eel through the rough handling by; the elements, both officers and crew i?re well pleased when the voyag? es ter minated and the Foster' came .to; a safe haven, at Puget Sound on Atto tcr 28. ' - ' Vi w-''-' ' : : ; ' ' - -. -' I v. -Weather Moderates Atorj : Kcr.a Cezit. -; ' 1 " f - ;, -. ' V While weather conditions wete still unfavorable along portions tsf the Ha makua ccast, a change was noted as the Inter-Island steamer - .Maul " pro ceeded to Kcna ports. The vessel re turned to pert tti3 dorrlrg with con f -amenta of susar milllns machinery en:pty gasoline drums aad wine tar red. Sixty head cattle were brousM tD the local mrlict. ' ; : -' S .''The ' fteamer-- encountered 'light winds ar.i emocth seas bnMhe hcrae wsrd vcyage. . - " ' : . 1 " , , ... .. ri . v -f;v:r:l rc:::r::rs M t!.3 Hlthet L":vcr-1 ; are riii'to be r::.!z' the tr:' .. .Ilcnclulu in' the Ar:rr!:an tary ii. P. r.Ithet ncv five izyz cut frcrA Czn rrr.c!:co. Tti v rcl zz'.::l in ccr.:-ni cf Certain :;:'.-zn vrith a larca c-ro made Lp cf r : :: : ral nerchar.f 1:2 anJ tuppti:3 fcr l:cal ircrtcrs.'The vecrsl censes to the rrczcy cf F. A.'' Echaeffer and T;vira Clocks From Hawaii. Vvs Tavir- t!::hs to the number of 17,- r"D utre Irc:.-fri ia the large caro : : : - L t to I u v 1th the arrival :f the Intcr-Islar.d steamer WaHda. '. : wf :cl call 1 at Hilo, Y,'a!;:o I :.::.:u ar.J ether pcrts. Ia.additica V - U:::z il? vt carried C3 1C ,0 t.3 c r.d 2131 j'cecs K . II: 1 . '-:-( v.. " :: ' , (-::yc 1 t - th- t' u-:ci'::r-. cf teove, ycoterday aft V - t 1 hi 3 L :-t hurried to the r tr.. t. t. " anllon auffcrei a tadly, : 3 a r: : ..It cf some cf the a rrr'-'-trr Add:d to Cansdian-Austra- Y:: ":r charter to tha Canadlaa-Aus-II: 0 to lead r.r erol cargo for r:a"a::d cad Anuria, the Wier ..an -er Inveric has. arrived -In-' Vaa raver from Can Francloco. She will eve fcr the latter pert from which ? v.III clear fcr her long voyage, a PA i t:: r. .- r tr. Y. C. Hall, fcr EauoJ ports, I.'ov. II Mr. ca 1 Mrs. -II. P. Wood. I ref; :r J.- r, Ih 11, Eentne, II. P. ra.c. c: Foyer, Mrs. Carris Ahana, Mr. r n d I Irs. J. Y'. Rath, Lecn A. oneoa, Mrs. Hannah Chong, E. Pal mer, J. 11. Lid gate, M. B. Femandex, C. W. Spitz. 1 I-" a; -a.' t 1 PASSEXGIKS COOKED Ter str. Kilauea, for HIlo via way ports, Nov.. 16. Mr. and, Mrs.i-L. ,11: Underwood and infant, Mios C. Simp eon, R. J. Lillie, F. B. Idaule, Mr. and Mrs N. G. Campion. C. R. Hemenway, S. A. S trader. Mrs. J. Helfclng. Hiss P. Helling, Miss M. Buckley, Miss N. Buckley Miss J. ArmlJo,;JJrs. F. W. Heardsley, C. T. McKeone, S. M.rKa nahanuL Yr.: H. Boers, . M,. A. Mc Coonley, J. B. Barrett, Mrs. R. W. Shingle, Miss Lady Macfarlane, R, W. Shingle, Wm. Lang. - .--a a e . - T ' ' Per O. S. S. Sierra,1 for San Francisco,-November 16.- Mr.1 and Mrs. A. 11. Bosworth, 'Mis3 'L. Mullard,' Max Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Scrim, Mrs.F. J. Hlllebrand. Mr; '-and "MA, p, C. Cohen Yv'Boseman,- A F. Arare, ii Laxraron, j. u. Harris, can Schranbstadter,- E' W," Haverfleld, C. A. Burns, D. W; Driscoll, Mrs.- L. S. Blackman, Miss Sadia Driscoll,' Miss Iw Driscoll, M.. Mar cum, Mrs. J". R." Chase and child, D. Rowen, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Galloway, Mra. A. F. Drake and child,' E. P. Fogarty, Mrs.vM. J. Walker. Mrs. A. W. Sweet, a Naka raura. - a" . '.' r'.: v;.-' V' a . ". Per str. KInao for Kauai ports, Nov. 2.-Mr. and Mrs. H Rohrig; H..Roh- Work of ' clearing Richards street wharf of a large accumulation ; ' of freight Temoved from the Matson Na vlgatlon steamer Hyades Is progress ing at a Eatisractory rate. ; XOVE)i; v , LOYEla - v a a iv .-.4 y :?v.phent 131 "a;V.;Civ a'';': av"?'' -'."-".-'.-;- rVi s al ' -a aw 3 fc a .: - . it a L 1 - r 3. V- t 1 ... r x 2 a tim. iM S.07 DaU I Ul 148 sin " a 45 : f or 'Or;' v LSI tMOj 14 14 1JM aim uo. X.IZ I tsd s.i; totf SJK MO LS S.1S 3Li 10 ISA 141 10LU CKH 9.1 iss, 4 eel t.18 li-os aioj L40I 1.1 414 S4S trei' aioi 5.13) New moon Nov. 8th at 8:34 p. in. a VESSELS TO AfJD.'-: a' ' FROM JHE ISLANDS XSpecIal Cable :'- if 3If rctaals as : y'r Ex t har e al ar;--a : Y:"- - Fridays JXov. 15.' -: ,;Y SAN FRANCISCO Sailed,; Now 14, ; Schooner, Defender for Hana.' w ; GRAY3 HAnroPv ; Sailed Nov. 14, j Schooner Uthel Zane for Honoluln. POUT.;. GA! I r. La: Arrive, Xoy.U; ' Schooner- Cpciane from llilo Ocfo i ber.25.v 'v; ' M : ' . SAN FRANCISCO w Sailed, Nov. ; 15, :1:2a p. m." S: .S.? 'ChlnoMaru' for .' Son o lulu. ' ' s H-V'. : a 7ar 1 ' S. S. ! : a nchurla . will sail for Yoko hama aleat.C a, --in. ! Saturdayfa'"; V r. ' f Per S. S. Manchuria, from San Fran Cisco, Nov. '.Fcr ' Honolulu: aC. G, iVc!amsridU3 HV A. Alexander, Mrs. A ;E, Arlede, Mrs! Robert Atkinson, Idmfl . Earr-dt, J. J;- 'Eelser; ' Loui3 Elock, .T. YV Brink, "M; f Browning, Mrs.II; Browning, II, L. Burro3S,;.Uo3 Calvert, Miss ilargaret ll, Camp 1 :II, R. 0. Cloven-er,' A.: Y. 'Ccn ladt,' Isaac L. Ccckett, Z. Cuohing", C, H . Dickey,- Ilrs a il.: -Dickey, Camusl 11. Dowsett, LeRoy Erichoon, !::3. LeTToy Erlchoon; Jos." Eocclle, :i!:3 Jeannis Fl:tcher, Mrs. II. H. Fowler, Fred ' II.- Towler, Idle 3 ; J!ar t! l Ida Frcot,' Ifrs.. Katheria Grey, A; ::. Ilallzrr, Mrs.' F. A.-B. Ilallorg, . I". i:.a:IIton, ilios M. Hanson, R. : Iliad, Idios" Adeline Hcoa, F. Hunt, IlrsaF." Y. Hunt,- J. II. Hunt, :il:3 M M.; Hupp, raul lsen : :rr, N. Jerry, E. P. Kraft, Mrs. E. P. Kraft, r.. L. Lawrence.-J. S. Idc-Candl-3, I.Irs. J. S. ircCandIes3, Jl T;. McCrcooon, Yalter - Hacfarlane, ! Irs. Y.'altor Idacfarlne, F. Y,'. 1 -'ac-f rlan?; irrs. F, Y,. Idacfarlane, Mrs. C. A. M.-ckiatcsh and infant, E. P. r'orchall, Mrs. E P. Marshall. J. D. :-are.u:a, MrsaW; 'Meyer,. Mies A.-M. 1 ettca, Mrs. L. G; Pray, C. A. Rar.d ! .t, Mrs. C. A! Randlett, MI:3 M. J. a :.:?, cn. Y H. rtloe, Mro. Y. II. and: maid,' Mrsa K. E. Izz-", .. . .J, ii J lUi'wU V.J a . ... , . ; ...a.. . a.... ... ... . Cv, .-r-. . 2 children, MI-3 D. Smyth Chao.Cto.:eo, Mlea Ana.Ttratton, 'dlaetcr. Frederic!; Ctrattca, Mios L. E. ThoYcnln, Y . E. Y.'all, Mrs. R. L. Wiiccx, Geo. Jn Wil cox, Judsa Aa A.aY.'ildor, Mrs A. A. Wilder, C: F. Weed. 1 ' - it ; a; - - .-o ' - k.i a Yith "supplies'-', for a Honoipu, the schooner Defender sailed from San Francisco, yesterday..-1 :--.;a;'-Vv ' Local shirping men look for the ar rical cf the, American, schooner Se hom'e, the windjammer sailed '.from Grays Harbor twenty four days ago. ; Lumber and building material tro'n Grays Harbor left that port in I" he American schooner John Smith seven' teen days ago .destined - for ' Port Al lon. ' ',"''.:'' 1 "l,Tot in Weeks has'.the birbcr been so destitute of deep' sea shipping as at present -The ship Falls of Clyde, Oceanic liner - Sierra and oil .tanker Santa Rlta; making up the lstvthis morning. ;- ?. . . .. -.-,, ' -' J'a The schooner- Ethel -Zane is report ed by 'cable to the . local branch of the Merchants Exchange as having sailed from Grays Harbor yesterday with & full shipment of lumber des tined or Honolulu. 'a-Za.- :-:- - ib The congestion of freight at the several territorial wharves has been relieved to tuSIcient extent to permit of . the Pdclflc ! Idail liner Manchuria berthing i at Alakea wharf there to be discharged of .250 tons mainland' car go. v. . 7y -:j .. " -; .'.:-aa. ' ::r'-:-... ' ' - Lewers and Cooks expect .a : ship ment of lumber from Port Gamble In the American schooner Robert Lewers which left the Washington port six teen days ago. The rvessel should ar rive here by the first of the coming week, ; 'c'-:K '.-"'S '-' ';-'.?: I To the Kahului agency of Alexan der and Baldwin the American schoon er Nakomla Is on the "wayilown from Astoria; "and should : arrive1 . at" the Maul ' port rat- any : time.' The : vessel sailed from : Columbia .rivera sixteen days. ago, . . . : '.a-r ;." '': ;. t v Two., windjammers from Willipa Harbor are enronte , to 'the - Islands, thei -vessels bringing ' ' fumber. The schooner ; YV. J,a Patterson sailed : twt enty-three days ago whllff the" Repeat Is" now ; nineteen4' days but jlroih the Vashlngton' lumber : port !a f i?' t Completing . the -discharge " of forty thousand barrels fuel oil" the Union Oil company tanker Santa Rita ' Is ex pected 5 will - sail: for :the coast 'this-afternoon.' While-' here -'the vesseB ; re ceived a f fumigation' at .the hands of me r eaera.1 qaaraouae ouciais. . -. , v ' Heavy , weAther to the westward is believed responsible for the long pas sage ' being t made by. the little : Co.a mercdal Pacific Cable company supply schooner. Flaurence YVard from ? Mid way tovHonoluln,' The 'VesseFis' now out twenty days from. the: mid-Pacific cable; station.a- v ":".;r.,' 1-a a-'- a5.;.' ' 1 ."' m ' "cl .a"; ';.';'';. "Ibe lltottrsrGrtJt-BriU n v.The; pawnbrokers of 4 Great Britain issue over l&O.OOO.OOO pledges a year.' 'vie-ra,av-a ryi ' v ,v.'. 'a: 11 1 1 - " .. : Z: ;a-J A il C1a I iinniiA Dairfu. A ..-a J Begirryork f Deemed ; , Proper - , V The monthly meeting of the execu tive ;commIUeevbf - the r Anti-Saloon League h was a held 'k at three-thirty o'clock -yesterday & afternoon ain the study ' room ax thef Yoong Men's ChrisUan 'wiatlon.: . ; " The' meeting - was presided "over, by Vice-President W J. Westervelt, and reports covering the work of the past month weire ead mod , other .matters of business taken up.,; The : principle subject ;i of ;' discussion ;: was- as -to whether or not ihe League should put advertising ; and " temperance ; articles in ihe newspapers : froaf - tlm to time. A committee -was appointed - to look into tha' matter." and It was well un derstood that the plan will be carried out;" althougha-no" deflnfte -conclusion was : reached.; 2r&Ji$S& $''-lHf a At ihe request Of , the Leagu, Sec retary George Paty will leave for the i The board of license commissioners met at noon tocay. for the purpose of deciding what action should, be taken to-" reduce the tonsumption of "sweet wines." The matter has had ' the - at tention' of the commissioners' for some days, and they - are satisfied that a large part of the drunkenness ;in the nviru t - , a I . . L. .?a' -:;-V.'.A ': a:;' : -a-i- -; ie.' a i-.aa-aa-..' a a -aaa:;;.H' - ;, a- - a::':.' :a: -a; .: V,wCa-ar:' city of Honolulu Is. the result of this charge of ' quarantine Island b in' re llquor. -a'' ':'--.;;H;t:::;f.tcelpt of'a letter from -Washington' In These wines have alcoholic. &treng which he is accorded the highest com th cf about 23 per cenfahd In contrast riendatlon for taking an acUve' pari to beer of 4 to 6 per cent, strength. and in consequence the ' Bale has Jnr creased tremendously in a very'short time.' The ccmniosioners had several , riar.3 ia mind" tut the" most feasible eeenood to be -'a scheme to increase tha retail xrice of the cheap wines. a.3 prioe3 suggestea are aoout aou -i : the preoent-prices. For instance, lotile cf wine which sells today for, firt; n cr twenty cents would ' be in creoeed to forty centsMn order that tha different1 Interests "a affected eeuld to? he rd, the ccnrnisoloners ' z .3 t puuii.;i.:t;vL4.., u io : :J i.v tha atate'; chamber ' three vcwhs from today; -Thi3 will givet the re?reoenIaUv-e3vcf .;the 'Canfornia twlae cl e aler3 tir.a to advise their principals ia San"Francisco and see if they have any . ether' plansvtos suggest V which would meet the desire of the commls slcr.er3 and be more favorable 'td 'the Governor ; Frear has ; appointed .C A.'" Lcng, who resigned to run for cn perviacr in the recent election, to the beard, and alo A. L. Castle has been appointed to take the place of C- IL Cooke, ' The ; board is now v' cons titn t ed as follows: AYilllard Brown,-chairman; C. ;A. Long, : secretary? A.'- Castle, George C. Potter and FD. Lbwrey 5'ra;?'.: -" , From November 1 toVlSJ or noon today ,the total cost of new. buildings permitted1 is $65,150, and of repairs, etc., 10,416, a total of $75,566. , ; This afternoon two additional permits were issued with a' jtotal'ot. $21,500 making a grand total of $97,066 since-October 31. or. af the;rate ol $2329,584. a year for ' building operations. r -e ?: p'ftl : -This afternoon a permit was issued to' the Inter Island Steam : Navigation Co., Lt(L, for V alterations ' to its ofSces to cost $20,000, and another to J. H. Schnack . to erect a-cottage on Kalfhi road .for. $1500. ; C - :a?'4 --a.u!-. Following lare ' the -permits issued between noon of November 8, time of previous report in this paper, to noon todn:4.'x Mrs. Ben ITickere, dwelling,' Makiki tract; J; Holmberg, architect; H. Mas-tiito,- builder; $2800. "i V. : :a ,;. a - , a Young Kee four cottages, Dowse tt lane ; -Wong Sun; architect; Wing Tai & Co.', builders; $2400. a Same persons and place, dwelllngr $1200.- o-r-:'5a'- . K.T. Rohkoff dwelling, Kalmuki; lit rat, builder; a$700.-t7 a, " ; ; H. Hlsamoto, dwelling,- Parker; lane and vIJHha street; R,tMiyaU"&t Co p architects and builders; $900.; v.- . M. P; 11 at t os, dwelling, Lillha street, J. S. FTeltasbullder;$1000h: a : :-; John Sllva, two . cottages,' Punch bowl; L. Ah iXee, archftect and builder;- $2330. vv -, ; ; --v-V--r: T; Kauai, dwelling, Kukul streetp: J. Holmberg, ; architect; a H:. , Mastuto, bunder;' $2400. ,s ..;,''' -O-a ' 5 ManuePCAlves, 'dwelling; ; Queen street; - Juen 'Yip, builder; $525. aia a-Chun "Wat' Fat, dwelling, o Llliha street; 'self, architects and .' builder; ,$1000.'i'-;5"fa'V ;.r -:s - a.. a;- ;;-a' :;-;?; 'Protestant 1 Episcopal church, dwell ing, Kanoa ; street; : Lum King, archi tect And builder; $760; - v a: Ho Pol'.Kee, two cottages Auwalo Hmn; Chang Sing, architect; Lin Pang, bullderr $1800. a JhnTViBoi !;1 John JV, Bowler, dwelling. Waiklkl ;1 ielf.' bullderr . -;a:;r.v.V .- - : " M . . v - r a. . i ne Lca wzj xnai oy : increases,- we. :.hfe vtr p,snnr, dpnartrant. at .V.'arhir ::i03 the sale would :becorropoiMl; ton that Dr. Janes made a heroic and ia!y. dccrca-.cd. a 'v.;?;ivV successful. effort to saye the life cf a r-ut'; Trlcoia VX: ia-UfVaTva. Japanese steerage passenger .who 'cd 3 " K 'f I , a--"' ,; ." -;-LliIw vvl( w Ja-"'v,:::-'-:. , ..; .ji a . . a-.-'a-'- . ia--a-j,-i" X EVI its1 icoast tomorrow -to make an lavesti gallon of - the different phases of the temperance cause i In California. : He will be awar a month) and will go as far ? South as . Los . Angeles, securing information and gaining' new Ideas for ther Improvement of the - temperance work here. As far as the. league? Is concerned. It is very well , pleased with the results - of the recent elec - Uon .and feels "Ihat, something" has been, -accomplished,: a and no further plans will be made for work In the future until I Mr. Paty; returns ? from bis trlp.V ..':' '';,-''' ' ia In reading his ( report, - Mr' Paty stated, in part, as follows;, "As I have already said, I believe that' we should, as soon as possible, prepare for con structive work.' The saloons may be abolished ' In the near future.. YYhat have we to offer those wha have been accustomed to patronize them! There certainly i3 a great 'need for 8 place of recreation and entertainment.1 for those people who,when!the saloons are driven out, will feel. the. need of social entertalnmenL'! J : - : 4 a The; United ? States treasury dcpalt-r-ient! at Washington has recognized Ihe bravery displayed by - Dr.iW' F Jame3, Acting Assistant Surgeon with tbe local branch of the Public, Health and ; Marine ' Hospital Service, at: a rame he' participated in 'a gallant res cue of . a Japanese woman, wfco at tempted to take her life, at thb Hono lulu Quarantine anchorage 'by leaping Irom the dock of tho Pacific Mail Ua er Korea. -.v ; - - a . Dr. James, who Is - stationed in in the saving of the' woman's lifea ' Acting a Secretary af the Treasury Rob. Bailey in his ofUciil comninnlca- iion addressed 'to Dr. Jmaes takes oc-' casion to state that through the Chi-r quarantine ofdlcer- at' the 'port, of 1 Ho nolulu it ha3 come to the .nctloa cf - .M;iniped overboard with suicidal Intent from the deck of an Incoming steanv er. - ' " , -. ; . ;. . a ' . a J;. Secretary. Bailey futher add3t "It 13 always gratifying to this, de partment : to ; learn of acts, of bravery t'prfnrTnp.i fin th rirt nf fta rarir-i representatives . ana ror tni3 numani- tarian and unselfish act you are. com- niende d ." -'a 7 v v ' . ' : ' ' - b.:.:.Dr. 'Jamea' ht.-rhlnrM.Hhft mfVsfve Dr. 'James hlghiy'prlzes'the missive coming a3 it d03 in-recognition. Cf a. snrvico he willing and ' readily per formed at sa time when an Inotants hesitation ; .might-; have meant . the death 'of a passenger. . ."' -i -a; ' o ' ' a: ' " ' Dr. Doremu3 Scudder pastor of Central Union church," will appear at San: Antonio Hall' tonight to defend his recently-uttered criticisms upca the Socialist platform in the last cam paign here, arid the local Socialists today announced that a the general public is; invited to- the meeting. Dr. Scudder critl ed the platform adopt- ? -.; - -aa -. w .w'V t,:-a 7 'II. f.aa -a. - -;r -.. a: ffrrtr -' rlfi ? V ' J ; 1 r - .' V:' -'"' ' ,T, ffT Silver HaV Receivers : .$50 r Silver' Hatpin ? Holders ;. . .$2io Sliver Puff Boxes,' $3.00 tt $3.75 ij ''.if'X-"'. ,'.y Silver Hand Mirrors V. V;S.r; . ..V.';r.? .''. ivi.$3J75'tn, $4 Silver Talcum Holders,' oval . - ij. V;-: . -. .$3.75' r -' ,--.-.:;?'' -,' - - Silver Soap ' Boxes, round, $3.50. f . v--.; -: ' raa;; aa,;i a .-,.'.- .. i Solver; Soap Boxes, oval 93 J5 ure a.V. a . ,7 - ' - 77 : i-: a.,i -a-; .- - ; 77 Thesq gooils come in many - a I a a- v.. Youm WW -a?:Gf''.:V.ai-iC:? .s..: a-"- a In which' Is cbratin sd tls IIAY7AI IAI EYENESQ CUIXETlN. eotahlhihtl 1CC2. illffiWWOuOLULU STAn.DULlTi:JLTD , . vi PutllshdrSr Ccmm ircirJ-Prmtcrc, D c :!cb?r. C:::,: ! 1 WALlXcB IX FARRINGTON. . . ,G cncrnl Bu - 12c- :.hr:c? ' -i - flat IUTC ronxtrrLAT. advzt.i::::: i c-;z:i -x::cnn.... ;..-; xpmu JAN.' ivi3i:-(rrefemd i :;.; ...;.;...i:a i. : irrj TR.r.3IE.iT KATH, J1.J.3 J.rst.izaert::a zzi tzii :zt 1- :ei CLAC2IF1ED, Oas Ccat per Yrcrd S3 ccnta psr Una psr t :i. a AVEUACE DAILY CIIICrLATI ON r JrLT0CTOHEI Z2 main 0FFICT3 . . .... . ... . . . 2 . . . . . . i :: V AT. : ' ' m TMr?!it5nes--rd:::rLl'IIa:r3C:::t Esslor ; BRACIX Ox ICld ... ..4.. ........ .,.. i LsiI.V.i . . . 'i:a-,V'i :.':Vv"'' aa r,..v.-. c--- ,. ',..' 1 Per '.irisati : tsywlere iaTz' :! rtit: j ..4......: Per - Quart sr, any wher 3 in I....... j . ....,............. . ) Per Year, -aaywttrs ia Unit: 1 C'tc... ) Per Tear, p oat; aid. far:'-a ;t;- ,a ; ; EEMI-YrEEnLT CTAR-EULLETEI aV Per Six Mcaths ; . . . ... ; ... ... 1. , ... ... ....... Per Year, cnyrrhsre in Urliri Cti'.:3,. Per Year, anywhere la Cana 'a Per Year, pc:tr- fsrolja ........... .. .. XZlzrli til C:::nr-':-:::ai ':r- " "a ed .by the locarro:I::i:t3 -and v.-::: cow tell why he made tia critielor.3. The trouble will start at eiht o'cloclt. . 1 in' 1 1 O ' 'Thevofficlarfigurt3 cf tha electl-n on West Hawaii, the Second, district, were completed th'3 morning, eIij.v!- ; the following totals: , For Delegate C. ark, IS; Kuhio, SIS; McCandless, ZZZ; Notley, 1CT. ' .For Coaafor Eakor... 617; . Vr.r.r; Beckley, C31; Antca Fernandez, :ij;l D. E. Metzer, 470. - . J -For - Representatives . .D3 :VrVr 460;'- Hcleteln, .7Z1: Kaana, ZZZ; Kea-) (piko, Mo; Ka-.vev.ehl, ZZl: LIfte, iZrt Mailolo, 202; M oj, 47j. GUGAH" .TC-ItC. ' -.Sugar stoch3.' contIn-3 zV:' ricneer is dov;a two rolnts to 1 . f teing-tha ti Irter, 1 -aehia-; ; .: Cahu has fallen - eff an., ia "...: Quarter point, sa!:3 tot-.veea I being and 11 chares at Hi: . 1C0 ex clivilead. at 21 Cn th? I 0 Ehart3 of Cahu roll at ZZ. ha3 fallen eff alaa a quarter to 7. with reported a! 3 cf C or. I Z. Olaa a.ea.o ho.3 its c.vn e.t -j.-j 43, S3 and 1C) Lhare3 la r:e. ncn-su-ar, ria.-erIo I3 ua:' : 47.:) for SDh ore z ret erf I. announced ca tcdoy'3 eh:.t. Hawaiian Suor Co., ' CD cn $13,C:i; Oahu S. r Co., c f.'OO; Cohu I:a.: .a7 ra 1 I.- tr! Cj cents, cr CO.. YM - t--t viLDin a::d r--, J I Judsa A. A. Y, r: Saa rrancleco ca th this afternoon. He Is said to I. :vo th lateot Information cn tho- r.a..a a e':Ip situation with him. TI. .1 Lion was neada thi3 morula z thet Wil der would not favcr hleCaall ; f:r the position.. lie himself he l a :. n tloned as a ' guhernatloral pe M Ihty. - O f. :-' ' . ,- - - 'rt", 1. r r - - . S I LVER.TO I LET S ETS Crush, ' Comb and Mirror; . twelve '.a.v.VvY;:- Each -$&2Soer set "a ' . silver; dressing mirrors V -On stands with broad base, I adjustable, hadnsomely Jen. V graved A styles' i a; ; . .$8.75. $350, $3.75 $21.75 ... : lieautiful patterns and; nuike 4 a-?.-'.a,i -.-.:. '-" '-a'..-air g .. -a- - v- s - f . , - FORT AfiD HOTEL STREETS: St 7- ?" STlR.estat:::: V : "1 t:.i lasted Dallj tad C:-l-7.Jy U .. t........k......a .... ...... ...if i t . w. M U . 1 TI- folio ra r.t f t . -. -. - ' Cllver" Flasks to 1.7 SHver Flasks with cap...... v.-......'.:: 75 t3 : Silver Handled Vh:; Crc; . Silver Shavlnj Cts ........ " ,'-..'. . I if . I . S3.73 to 5 12.3 ; Silver Cmokers' Cets ..... vv..v. ..$10.23 to tit! Silver Military sets, 3 pl:c:j.. ..... ,;............'.'- Silver Army and Navy C;'.:,' - : 4 -'pieces -. ..... V 1 -Silver Cloth Crushes .....C:.:D pleasing and useful gift - a- s- v. ' v ' - ,- -:; 'a, W,-.' ,.-av.r