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You must pee by the light of your own lamp, Nobody can help you much. touts, classified and snirnxa NEWS SECTION. Mrs. Craigie. TWELVE HONOLULU STAB BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS RMTflS R T 10 ,1111111 11,11 II I A." P. by Marconi Wireless WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 2. Sec retary of State Bryan, on behalf of the United States, and Ambassador Bakh meteff. representing the imperial gov ernment of Russia, yesterday signed the first of the negotiated peace trea Jlcs to be formally concluded by the United State. This treaty binds each of the contracting, nations to submit all disputes that are found impossible of adjustment diplomatically to ad in tcrnatibnal commission ' of Ste mem bera. . . - .. During the Investigation of the friat ters in dispute for at least a year, no hostilities must be commenced by eitb cr party to the dispute. This Is the first treaty to be con eluded with Russia by the United State stncV President Taft abrogated toe commercial treaty concluded In 1832." -:..' -,...-..,:, SOBS RACK PRISONER' 40 WHEN LIGHTF00T NAMED' TO DEFEND HIS CASE Shiu Shin, a Chinese, held for the murder , of a countryman, broke form ; in ufld, uncontrollable sobs yesterday afternoon in Circuit Judge Ashford's court when the latter named Attorney Joseph Llghtfoot as prisoner's counsel For an instant' Judge Ashford paused, astonished at the unexpected burst, ol grief. - Thetf be exclaimed: "l did not anticipate ' such a violent display; of emotion at the mention ;of Mr. Ughl foot's name,": and attorneys andV spec tators in the courtroom laughed loudly. Of course the'prtsoner was not af fected by the mention of the "attorney's came; for he nelOier spoke nor" under- ; . stood English? yet the solemn old courtroom , beheld the strange spec tacle of extreme, loud-voiced sorrow mingled with unrestrained hilarity. y Shiu Shin, had .Just told the court that be was a 'poor man, his, health broken and that he was ready :to die. He asked,. through the Interpreter, that the court appoint counsel to de fend him. '-Then, overcome by grief at the fate apparently in store, his uneTrrar-ETouajty suaaeniy, gave way to passionate weeping. .: . . v. Lla Shin wa Indicted by th. e ter ritorial, grand-Jury "Wednesday, for ' ; murder in the first degree, and If con victed he "will be ' tailed upon ' to pay the extreme penalty,- to "be hung by the neck until -dead" Attorney Light ; foot was not present In court, and for . that reason the defendant's plea was preserved until tomorrow morningat 9 . o'clock.'- -L' J-:-.. ' 1 HARRY THAW WILL SPEND WINTER IN N. H. tA: p by Marcont Wireless) 1 MANCHESTER, N.- H, Oct 2. Har ry Thaw, although still In Mattewan, expects to spend the winter here. It has Just been mad known that he has leased a fashionable estate near here. proTldlng to take possession . next week. ' .' :. Jennie Lett, .18 years old of Union ville, N. J., was seriously injured when horse on her fathers farm waa stung by bees, causing the animal to run away. v ' y. - ACROSS THE ' ACrrtlCAN CONTINENT : ' . VIA' THE ccrrncLiNE oftheworlo THROUGH THE . Crt AND CANYON OF THE FCATHCR RIVER AND THE ROYAL GORGE. - ; - ' i . -, - - -' '' V - T'rnsTn-'i,rrcTrra;; F. Im, YYALDRON, Ltd, Afients, FREIGHT ' and ; TICKETS Alto Reservations any point on the . , mainland. -Set WELLS-FAR GO & CO, 72 8, Klnj SL Tct1515 ' i Ucssencer Boy . SOAP t- ' . ; TH E . BEST EVER. - ; ASK YOUR GROCER. - HI FABRICS WILL BE USED IN NEW GOVNS Never before have there been so many beautiful fabrics used and com bind in such a variety of attractive ways, beautiful velvets ami plushes, broeades, cloths of gold and silver, peau de souris, wonderful metal meshes that shimmer delicately, and the silver and gold embroidered lares that show a high degree of artistic eare and thought, are ut-ed in the garments of the coming sea son. Very odd, and equally effective, was the black t barmeuse run with queer un even little velvet stripes, used in a suit which typifies the beautiful effects that can be attained by judicious and artis tic combination of materials. The coat, very short in front and' rounding to a deeper length in the back, had a gold lace ruffle falling over the skunk band and the two velvet striped collars which were found ony in the black. From under the band of fur at the wrists fell a full ruffle of the velvet, while but tons ubiquitous this year marked the generous, sbjrring' at the waistline. - Prettiest of all was the flower-like skirt. It was of char muese from the shirred waistline to' midway below the knees where the velvet chatice shaped raffle appeared. Two or three inches farther . down the ruffle was caught in by an elastic and then al lowed to widen out again " over the ankles.? The flower effect was again seen la a eerise velvet and 'satin evening gown. Three deep rows of petals in satin and a top velvet row formed the skirt. A satin row of petals and one of velvet formed the waist, which had a bit of white chiffon to outline the throat as the only dissenting - color. The wide velvet girdle was" trimmed at one side with a lare satin rose of the same col or, 'two. 'festoon's of. smaller 'roses fall ings from the large flower. In direct contrastHo tbe cowns dis played are the hats, whiM show very little trimming. Very popular is the model which has variously been called the Marquis, the Tricorne and the Con tinental, . I Generally small . and '. tight- ntung, unas unexpected, little points and corners and juts off at queer, sur prising and pieasins angles, These hats are worn rakiehry, at times haying a pompon standing out. ' precariously from. the uppermost nd outside corner! of the bat One petrol-eolored hat was edged: with an inch wide metal band, i and perched In 3 lini-j hollow, of the vertical brim was a small metal bird. An exceptionally chic hat of . purple velvet waa of the Canotier type.. The brim was very much longer toward the J kft front than anywhere else, curving j up slightly in softening lines, and," tip-; tilting the, hat at a' graceful -angle. Nesting near the crown on the drooping i side of the hatwaa a tall velvet bow.1 the only bit of trimmiag en the sailor. ! The suit Which this hat was designed to accompany is of the same rich-colored broadcloth' but not of the same sim plicity, ; J t seems ' simple, . however, when compared with the -elaborate suits shown this season. - The blouse bodice of the coat closes to the throat in a straight line, from the waist. Below the waist, it is cut away in front and long in the back. Encircling the waist are two little flat tailored bows, carry: ing out the idea of . the hat.' A high standing collar of chinchilla squirrel is slightly parted in front and -; bears rather striking lot of flowers at side. Fur cuffs! echo the liglit :; .line at the 0 AHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE ' OUTWARD. For Walanae Vaialnv Kahoko and way stations 9: 15 a. ixu 3:20 p. m. . For Pearl City. Ewa Mill and t way stations V. 30 a 9:15 a. sl, 11:30 a.' in- 92:15 p. m- 3:20.p in, 5:15 p. m., &iZ0 p. m, tll:15 pJ m. For Wahlawa and Lellehua 10:20 a. mv t2:40 p. 5:00 p. nu 11:00 P.O. i '. ; INWARD. ' Arrive Honolulu from ' Kahukft, Wal alua and Walanae :36 a. xsl, 5:31 p. xa. 1 -- v : i.v.;-.,. ,r,--.-.- Arrlte Honolnln from Ewa Mill and Pearl City 17:45 a. nu l:3 a. bl, 11:02 a. m., 1:40 p. m 412 p. to, 5:31 p. m.. 7:30 p. m. Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa and Lellehua 9: 15 a. TrU- tl:55 p.'ct 4:01 pm; 7:10 p. m. The Haleiwa Limited, "a - two-houT train (only flrstclass tickets honored) leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:38 a. for Haleiwa hotel; returning' ar rlTes In Honolulu at 10:10 mm. The' Limited' stopa only at Pearl City and Walanae. , - ; - v Dally, t Except Soiday.- tStmday only, a P. OENJSON, F. C SMITH, . Eupsrlntendent ' - '. Q. P A. T. MURAKAMI SHOTEfi importer and Dealer la " JAPANESE. DRY and FANCY C ' ' PROVISIONS. GROCEHI Z r, 32-34 Hotel Street, tear Y.TAKAKUV.7. C. r . -.Llrr.lt: - . "NAMCO" CRAC3 p :' Sanitary Cans, , wcr ! I Knnana SWtrr I ' Difference Between By HERBERT KAUFMAN Author of "Do Something! 'B Something r' A N ADVERTISER must realize that there is a vast difference y l)ctween amusing people and convincing them. It does not pay to be "smart" at the line rate of the average first-class paper. I suppose that I could draw the attention of everybody on the street by painting half of my face red and dorming a suit of motley. I might have a sincere purpose in wishing to attract the crowd, but I would be deluding myself if I mistook the nature of their attention. The new advertiser is especially prone to misjudge between amusing and convincing copy. A humorous picture may catch the: eye of every reader, but it won't pay as well as an illustration of some piece of merchandise which will strike the eye of eVery buyer., Merchants secure varying results from the same advertising space. The publisher delivers to each the same; quality of readers, but the advertiser who plants flippancy in the minds of the community won'tj attain the benefit that is secured by the merchant who imprints) clinching arguments there. Always remember that the advertising sections of newspapers j r.re no different than farming lands. And it is as preposterous toj hold the publisher responsible for the outcome of unintelligent copy lis it would be unjust to blame the soil for bad seed and poor culture Every advertiser gets exactly-' the number 01 reader from ai publisher and the same readers after that it's up to him the results fluctuate ift accordance with the Intelligence and the pulling power of the copy which is inserted neck and gave the final touch of artis try to the costume"., More dignity than has been display ed in millinery for several seasons is the feature of some of the hats to be seen this fall and winter. Velvet hats with fur and other effective trimming are an illustration of this; and they are rich as well as dignified looking. Velvet hats are welcomed ; by' the majority-of women for they are. becom- ng to almost every face, bringing out he best points In complexion nd eyes, and to manygive a more "youthful ap- Dearance than other lines of millinery. The freedom with .which the women ire buying velvet hats ia ther best test of-their popularity, and as many or tne 1 PASSE5GEES DEPABTED I ppf atr. vt." al Kali for Kauai ports, Oct i L Rev. Saylqr; E H. W. Broad bent, Dora Broadbent Alice Brbadbent, Isenbere. Mra. Susu: Mayo, C. H. Wilcox, H. J. Carls, Wm:v Savage, D. Hoolapa.,. v . m "'. t . PASSEXGEBS BOOXED i Per stmr. KUauea, for, Maui; ports, Oct 2 H. & Decker, FH.; MeXatnara, R; N. vmiersC, IL Athertoh,'W.W. Chamberlain.: Ed. Towse, George" TL ciafterV'J.:1T."Wsrreii Charles Forster.) R. .a Brown, C B.". uage, w. k. ar ringtco. J. M. Rlggs, R. E, Lambert, J. M,..Ldygate; E. X.- Knudsen, F. Krauss Doctor Putmanr L. A. Dickey, Ed. Paris, G. A. Angus. C. S. Crane, AI Berg,' James U c5x;kburn, G.' B. Scbrader, George Q Potter X. D. Lev enson. Major Scherer F, E. Blake, R. O. Matheson, G. P. Wilder. G. F. Bush, Robert McCorriston, G. W.: AVard, K. ThaL Joseph V. Fernandez, U A. Thurston, W. Ylm San, Chuck Hoy, T P. Melim. M.' M. Johnson, J. F.- Mor gan, J. McKenzie, G. H. W. BarnharL W. O. Barnhart, E. R. Bauer, G. K. Larrison, C. H. McBrlde. C M. Hicks, E. O. White, A. H. Tarletori, A. W. Meyer,' George ' R. Robertson,' Doctor WaddelL Li C Thompson, E. H. Lewis, P. ; H. Nottage, : J. J. Walsh, v T. M. Church, W. O. Smith, J. J. Fern. J. C. Cohen, J. M. Young, J. H. Flddes, G. H. Tuttle, Henry Bredhoff, F. IL Pha ros and Vf W. Thayer. ; ' " Perlatr. Claudine for Maui ports, Oct. 2. J. W. Waldron,"' R, A. Cooke, It. T. Reitow, K. F. Brown. O. H.-McCorriston, 1 F. Fisher, V. A. Clark, G. C. Monroe. - , : Per Str. Mauna Kea for Hilo and way Torts. Oct. 3. T. R. Robinson, H. M. Gflted. t Per str. Kinau for Kauai ports. Oct 6. Master Deverill, Mtsl S. . B. Dever III, Li R.Bean; Si A. Keystone, Wmi Ebellngr, Lady Herrou. Per M. N. S. S. Wilhelmina for Ban Francisco, Octv 7. H. E. Dorland, G. S. Pretzker, Jas. M. Douglas, Geo. Frost, J. A. McGuire, K. Imanaka, W. H. Schleicher, J. A. Arnold, J. M. BIal3- delt, Mrs. H. J. , Holmes, Miss S. E Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. R. Kennedy, Miss L. Lee, Miss Chittenden, Miss Edith G. Kiene, Miss Edythe Hatcher, Miss H. Martin, Miss D. Ttlartln, Mrs. Geo. A. Martin, Miss D. Martin. Miss Thelma Hall, Miss Fauline Hall, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mclntyre, J. A..Shepr herd, Mrs. J. A. Shepherd, D. Sullivan, P. L. Bush, Mrs. H. P. Bush, Mrs: P. L. Bush and Child, Mrs. R. W. Atkin son. Mr. and Mm. V. A ' Cinnnm W.-D. Adams. E.A. Befndt. Mr. and Mrm: A. V. Clark Tr fi Tvtr n M Morton. Mr. Fen wick.? Mrs. W. . Pen-y, Mrs. i?.,E. Dalton,- Miss Alice Cooke, Mrs. C. 1L Cooke, Mrs. Adora Mastick, G; N, WJIcox. W. N. Mcln erny, P. J. Herier, Mrs. F. ' J.' Herler, Mrs. ricGarj.' - ' ' - " T: ,;t rx: ::rcTED frcn : i ,c. c. Amusinjf and Convrndng stores are well supplied with black velvet and a good selection of dark, rich shades these hats promise to be one of the strongest features of the season's millinery. A warrant was issued for the arrest noon' wiU 8peak at the Salvat,on Army A?JS,lFJ?l:ton' 81 Nuuanu street, at 8 o'clock company at Easton, Pa., charging him nnrnnon,! . f P0.fnn Do rlmrflnff him with the theft of a package contain ing $8,000. The Allan, liner Pretorian, from Glasgow, with 322 passengers aboard, reached Boston. The trip was made without incident. The Pretorian car ried .4,370 tons of general cargo The Department of Aariculture es- Umale8 the prospective beet-sugar crop in this country for next year at 4,- 826,000 tons. Tnis will be the smallest since 1910. ,- ' " '' ' '"mrn'm ' Prince Luitpbld, eldest son of the Crown Prince Dupprecht of Bavaria, died of lnfl&mation of tne tnroac. MOVEMENTS OF IIAIL STEAMERS I TESSE1S TO ABEITK i ; Fridar,v Oct. San S, S. Francisco-Manchuria, P. AL Saturday. Oei, 3. Hilo via way . ports Mauna Kea, strv . '. -Cr: '. Su nday, " Oct. 4. Manila vhv Japan Thomas, U. S. A. T. ---''" 'X-C. . -r:..r MauL . Molokai and -Lanal ports Mikahala,' str; - ' Maul ports Claudine, str. Kauai ports Kinau. str. Kauai ports-rW, G, Hall, str. ' Monday Oct. 5. Maul ports Kilauea, str. (special). ' San; Francisco Ventura, O. S. S. . ; Tuesday, Oct 6. ' San Francisco Manoa, M. N. S. S. Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, str. Wednesday, Oct. 7. San FrancIsco--Sherldan, U. S. A. T.-- "" Kauai ports W. G. Hall, str. Thursday, Oct. 8. Hongkong via Japan parts Mon golia, P. M. S. S. ; Maui ports Claudine, str. f Friday, Oct. 9. " Sydney via Pago Pago Sonoma, O. S. S. Saturday, Oct. 10. , San Francisco via Seattle Virgin Ian. Al-H. S. S. s Hilo via way iwrts Mauna Kea, str. : Sunday. Oct. 11. :Maui, Iolokai and Lanai ports Mi kahala, str. , Maul ports Claudine str. Kauai porta Kinau, str. Kauai ports W, G. Hal, str. Monday, Oct. 12. San FraBcisco Tenyo Maru, Japan e8e 8tr Tuesday. Oct. 13. Kona and Kau porta Mauna Loa, str. : Ssn Francisco Sherman, IT. S. A. T. San Francisco Matsonla, M. N. S. S. Monday, Oct 19. San Francisco Sierra, O. 3. S. -' Tuesday, Oct. 20. San Francisco via Seattle--Hyades, iM - - San Francisco Enterprise, M. N. S. Wednesday, Oct. 21. Hongkong via Japan ports Shinyo Maru. Japanese str. .V: , , Tuesday, Sept' 22. Kona and ; Kau ports Mauna Loa. 'f - f : Saturday, Oct 24. Manila - via Japan DiXr U. S. A. T. ' V Tuesday, Oct 27 Ilcnsicong .via Japan ports Korea, T-n Francisco -Wilhelmlna, M. N. . .'. , ' ... .. . - . -'' ' Friday, Oct 30. . rancisQO--MonSoIla, P. M. S. S, t Honolulu for Guam' and r-t 15. r T-'- " : ;ni Manila via". Nagasaki, . v . -.-. . i ITnolulu for San'Fran vri rorLis.. .; , ski for Manila. a Tiz.2 Cisco. WELSH FREED ON HEEDLESS DRIVING CHARGE After deliberating an hour and 15 minutes the jury returned" a verdict of acquittal yesterday afternoon in the case of William I Welsh.. the chauf feur accused of heedless driving. The first' hearing, held Tuesday, resulted I in a mistrial, the Jury failing to agree. and had yesterday's jury arrived at a similar conclusion it would have oper ated as an acquittal. Instead, the jury brought a direct verdict of not guilty. Welsh stilt faces a $5000 damage suit, brought by Mounted Police Offi cer Manuel P. Moranha, whose horse was killed and who himself was se verely injured when Welsh's car struck him on' Kalaka'ua avenue. Welsh was on a pleasure ride at the time. In company with Charles A. Rey nolds, another chauffeur, a waiter and two women from lwlleL SALVATION ARMY. LEADERS TO BE HEARD WHILE HERE The newly-appointed leaders of the Salvation Army in Japan, Commission er and Mrs. Mapp. who will arrive in Honolulu on the Manchuria this after- I 11118 evening. Commissioner and. Mrs. Mapp's last command was in the South American territory for the Salvation Army, which comprises work in the repub- "Ca of Argentine, Uruguay, Chili and Peru- In taking command of the work in Japan they succeed Commissioner and Mrs. Hodder, who Tarewelled be fore the world congress was held in M - onaon, Lleut.-CoI. Yamamura, the : highest ranking Japanese officer, hav- ug oeen in cnarge or airatrs in tfte ' mieanwTille. Commissioner Mapp is an I Anglo-Indian, having !been bom In India of British parents. He entered . tfie Salvation Array in that country, and has seen extensive service since. An average of nearly 800 Germans have been naturalized in Australia since August 1; the average number of naturalizations for this period is about 70. :'ir:;,V.'-.-; ?. George Willis of Detroit, a' veteran seaman. l; was swept overboard . and drowned from the yacht- Spray while racing off Bar Point Light, Lake Mich- I VESSELS TO DEPART Friday, Oct. 2. Kahului Kilauea, str. (special trip), p. m. ' " Maul ports Claudine, strn 5 p. m. Saturday, Oct. 3. Manila via Japan and China ports Manchuria,' P. M. S. S. - Hilo and way ports Mauna Kea. str:, 3 p. m. Monday, Oct. 5. Sydney -via Pago Pago Ventura, O. S, S.; 2 p. m. San 4 Francisco Thomas, U. S. A. T. Maul ports Claudine, str., 5 p. m. Kauai ports W G. Hall, str., 5 p. m. Kauai ports Noean. str 5 p. m. Tuesday, Oct. 6. Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa, 8tr., noon. . MasI, Molokal afld Lanai , porta "Mikahala,' str.; 5 p. m. V Kauai Ports Kinau, str., 5 p. m. Wednesday, Oct 7. , San Francisco Wilhelmlna, M. N. S. 8, 10 a m. Hilo and way ports-Mauna Kea, sir., 10 a. m , Thursday, Oct. 8. Kauai ports W. G; Hall, str 5 p. m. : Friday, Oct. 9. 1 San Francisco Sonoma, O. S. E., 5 p.- m. i Manfla' via Guan Snerman, U. S. A T. San FrancUco--Mongolla. P. M. S. S. Maul ports Claiidme, ; str., 5 p. m. ' Saturday, Oct. 10. Hongkong via Japan ports Tenyo Maru. Japanese str. Hilo ' via; way r-ports Mauna Kea, str. ' Monday, Oct 12. Maul ports Claudine, str., 5 p. m. Kauai ports w. W. Hall, str., .5 p. m. Kauai poTtsNoeau, str., 5 p. m. Tuesday? Oct 13. -s San Francisco s via San Pedrb Ma- nca. M. N. S. S 4 p. m. Manila via' Guam Sheridan, U. S A. T. Friday. Oct 16. Kona and? Kau-port Mauna Loa, str.; noon. Wednesday, Oct 21. San Francisco Shinyo Maru Jap anese str. ' San Francisco Matsonla, M. N. S. S., 10 a.- m. Saturday, Oct 24. San Francisco Sierra. O. S. noon. Tuesday. Oct. 27. San Francisco Enterprise, M. N. S. S, 4 p. m. ! San Francisco Korea, P. M. S. S. HAILS Malls are dne from the following points as follows: San Francisco Manchuria, Oct. 2. Yokohama Mongolia, Oct 8. Australia Sonoma. Oct J. 'Mails will depart for the following points as follows: San Francisco Mongolia.? Oct. 9. Yokohama Manchuria, Ocf, 3. ROBERT MIST BRINGING BRIDE TO HAWAII II A. P. by Marwni Wireless SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 2. The ma riage of Robert Mist of Honolulu and Miss Marion Phlnney took place yes terday at Hollywood. Mr. and Mrs. Mist will sail for 4heir home in Ho nolulu' by the Matsonla, which sails on Wednesday nxt MINERS HAVE MIRACULOUS ESCAPE FROM CAVE-IN A. P. by Marconi Wireless WEBB CITY. Mo.. Oct 2 No Uvea were lost in the mining accident which occurred near this place yesterday, when 50 men were imprisoned in the drift In which they were working by a cave-in. When the first reports of the acident were sent out it was stated by the of ficials of the mining company that there was little probability of any of the men coming: out alive. Rescue parties were put to work at once, however, and by great efforts dug their way into the drift, where the imprisoned miners were found alive and uninjured, except for braises and minor Injuries caused by falling tim- Ders. i . r m ' Her Waterloo. 'Mae I wa in a1 very embarraslng position this morning. Fae What watf U?- Mae I nad to rescue a man from, drowning when he was teaching me to swim. 0GEANIC STEAMSHIP CO- THE EXPOSITION LINE" FOR SAN FRANCISCO, Sonoma Oct 9 Sierra Get' 24 Ventura Nov. 6 Sierra ....Nov. 21 Ventura ...Dec 4 MAKE YOUR .1915 RESERVATIONS EARLY. $110.00 ROUND TRIP. C. BREWER & COMPANY, LTD., Matsoh Navig Direct Service Beuvcen San Francisco ana HcndLrj - FROM 8AN FRANCISCO: S. S. Wilhelmlna .Sept. 29 S. S. Manoa ........ ...Oct 6 8. S. Matsonla ....... . .Oct 13 S. S. Enterprise . . - Oct, 20 ... 3. S. Manoa sailing from Honolulu Sart Pedro., , V-' '."- S. S. Hyades sails fronv Seattle for S. S. Hilonian sails from Honolulu . ..Tuesday, Sept. 29, at 4 p. m. . CASTLE & C00KE, LTD., PACIFIC IZAIL STEA1ISHIP CO. talHnga from Honolulu on or about tho following dates:' . FOR THE ORIENT: 8. 8. Manchuria via Manila out and In ', . .... .... . .Oct 2 S. 3. Nils via Manila, out and In ..Oct. 17 S. S. Mongolia via Manila ......Oct 30 v 1 For general Information apply to H. Hackf eld & Co., Ltd. - TOYO KISEN KlISHA Steamer of the above Company, will call it and I save Hsnelvia or about the dates mentioned -below: FOR THE ORIENT. S. S. Tenyo Maru S. S. Shinyo Maru S. S. Chiyo Maru . S. S. Tenyo Maru . Oct 12 ...Nov. 9 ... Dec 4 ...Dec 25 CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN. ROYAL. MAIL LINE . Subject to Change. . ; For Suva, Auckland and 8yd ney ' For Victoria and Vancouver. , 8. S. Makura ...Oct 7 I S. 8. Niagara . . . . . . . . . .Oct 1 S S. S. Niagara ..........Nov. 4 I S, S. Makura ........Oec1t THE0. H. DAVIES & C0 LTDM GENERAL1 AGEJJTS AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN 8. 8. CO PANAMA. CANAL UNS A STEAMER wUl be despatched from NEW YORK for HONOLULU. . KAHULUL PORT - ALLEN and HILO, . Via SAN FRANCISCO, overy TEN DAYS. : Approximate time In transit ZS DAYS. . ' . - . Seattle and racoma to Honoluln S. S Virginian, to sail about Oct. 2. S. S. Kentuckyian to sail about Nov. 2. - s r " For particulars as to rates, etc, apply to ': C. P. MORSE, H. HACKFELD & CO, LTD, General Freight Agent ; Agents v NAi OBJECTS ' TO INDEPENDENCE OF PHILIPPINES An!ocUtol Prraa by Federal Wireleml WASHINGTON. D. C. Oct 2. A warning to the people of the United States that the granting of independ ence to the Pnlltpmnes would mean the surrender by America of strategic command of the Pacific, "the fighting ground of the future,- was given by Representative Mann, Republican lead - in the house of representatives, yes terday In the course of an address made against tne passage of the Jones bin. ' ; . That sooner of later there will be a conflict between the United States and the Orient, "commercial or otherwse," was one of the aoleran statements of Mr. Mann. The minority leader declared that If the Philippines became independent of Anierican rule they would in time either be acquired by Japan or by some other nation, ultimately to be used against the United States. SECY. BRYAN CELEBRATES THIRTIETH WEDDING DAY (Associated Press by Fed. Wireless. WASHINGTON, D. C Oct. 2. Sec retary and Mrs. Cryan yesterday cele brated their 30th anniversary of the date of their marriage. . The secretary and his wife were - the recipients of congratulatory messages from all over the country, including messages from the White House and the departmen tal officers. : ;.-., FOR SYDNEY, N. S. W. v Ventura ......... T. .... . Oct Sonoma'. ......Nov. 2 Ventura Nov. 3d Sonoma ............ .V. Dec. 23 ' Ventura ............... .Jan, 25 General Agents V FORAN FRANClSCOr " 8." S. Wilhelmlna, '...... Oct 7 ' S. S. Ma nca .........Ott 13 8. 3. Matsonla Oct 2t S.' 8.. Enterprise 7. .....Oct 27 Oct 13 for San Francisco via ''"': .-U; "".' :v'; Honolulu about October 10. for San Francisco and Seattle . . :vV.",' General Agentsr Honc?u?u - 1 for saw fha ? ; : : : ro : -., 8. 8. Mongolia .Oct. f 8. 8. Pers'a ...... iAlOct 23 i 8; 8. Korea .1 ... . .Oct 27 8. S. Siberia ..........Nov 3- '. : 1 Ajjenta FOR SAN FRANCISCO. S. 8. Shiny Maru S. S. Chiyo Mam . S. S Tenyo Maru . S. S. Sninyo Maru Oct 21 ....Nov. 10 ....Dec 1 ....Dec 23 tomp y I .1 Ll tl3 T3iI15laei,,AU8traIia Ventura, Oct 5.