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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10.-1317,-
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BY AUTHORITY
RESOLUTION NO. 75.
Be It resolved by the Board or Su
pervisors cf the CH7 and County of
Honolulu. Territory of, Hawaii, that
the sum -of Six Thousand Dollars
(I6.0O0.V0), be. and the same is hereby
appropriated oot of all moneys la the
Water Works Fund for an account r
known as Maintenance and Upkeep,
Water Works. -"Tnxluced
by
' ' " - WILLIAM AHIA.
Supervisor.
Dated. Honolulu. T. IU Sept 28.
1917.
Approved tnis 16th day ef October.
Mayor. City and County of Honolulu,
T. II.
6019 Oct. 17, 18, 19.
"RESOLUTION NO. 76.
Be It resolved by the Board of Su-
pervlsors of the City ard County of
u Tin f TTom.n that
the sum of Six Hundred Dollars
Kftfi oni. h. and th came are hereby
rmrnnrlatl oat of all monevs In the
Sewer Works Fond for en account
known as Maintenance and Upkeep,!
Sewer Works.
. Introduced by
WILLIAM AHIA,
Supervisor.
Dated, Honolulu. Sept. 28, 1917.
Approved this 16th day of October.
JUSCit II J . f IlVil ,
Mayor. City and County of Honolulu,
6913 -Oct. 17, 18. 19.
RESOLUTION NO. 77.
Be I resolved by the Board C Su-
pervlsors, of the City. and County oil
Honolulu, Territory or. ua wan, ui yesterday by Sukumar Chatterji. a
the. followlns wmi amounting toinrin nrieat-w,ho stated that he had
Three Thousand Nine Hundred Thlr-
tttw and 04100 Doliara t3.8i3.uj,
.1: and the aame are nereoy appro-
priated out of all moneya in tae oen-
eral Fund In tho Treasury of the said
City and county or wonoiuiu, ior iue
following nurnoaet. to wit: - 1
if. '.t 'Hosnltal Expenses. General.. $3,750.00
r r nil - ---- -T - - - 1
I T Emergency HospltaJ-SupplIea. . '60.00
I I Emergency Hospital-Incidentals 103J)4J members of his ctow once they had
t Ucl ''..'And bo it further resolved by the (reached the .Himalayas," said the wib
! ?; ; "Board t Supenrlaora of the City and
Hiitv Mnnntnlit TTTltnrv of
wiilt lOll U1S ipprviriuuu iicicwi
fore made by Resolution Number 40 1
f r 1250.00 for an account to be known j
at "Purchase Livestock" be amended,i "Boehm planned to go through In
so as to read "Collection and DisposHdia to "Btlr up a revolution arid to kid
Uon of Garbage" $250.00.. ;
Introduced by .
;",".'..X'X" MOTT-SMITH.
Supervisor.'
;ttef: introduction: '-r." ' :;': : ;
HonOiUiu,, octoper. z, zsn.
fi t ' Approved, this 1,6th day of October,
ATJ .JL. U. IU It,
JOSEPH FERN.
Major, City Atttr County of Honolulu,
irr - r, "MIS OCt. IT, 18, 1. 1
Hr!Ba.it solved by the BoaM of. Su-
: .pcn-jsors.of theXUy and .County of
Hundred and Trenty Dollars
($46.820 00) be; and the sime is here-
IV :ZJJiJ .,f .f -n Ton.v
avaiUble or ahaU or may hereafter be-
-..-M-vi. i t fl
F the Territory of Hawaii,; set Aside oriVMUB-llibeta
h ? to be ait 'Mlde and i made r available hrd sP?cI. ne8?ionaI com-
15- t.i-.n? aMrinon Park. a Provided
for by Act 215 of the Sessioa Laws on
1917.
Introduced vyf-'rrr:1
: . . BEN HOLUNGER.
: :" : ' Supervisor.
Approved this 16th day of October,
A. D. 1917,
JOSEPH J. fern,
Mayor, city ana uounxy ot ionoiuiu,i
T. H.
; : 6919 OcC l7, 18, IR
RESOLUTION NO. 13.
Be it resolved by the Board of
pervlsors of the C'ty and' County of J
Honolulu, ! Territory of Hawaii, that
the sum of Two - Thousand Dollars i
($2,000.00), be, and the same is hereby!
appropriated out of all moneys in the
Permanent Improvement Fund .of the
Treasury of the City and County of
Honolulu ;for ; an accountnp,wnras
Construction concrete Koad and Re
taining Wall, Pall Road.
CHAS. N. ARNOLD.
' t .:" ; i - " : ... '-. ;'. Supervisor.
Hoa6luln,T. . H lOctober. .2. 1917.
. Approved this 16th day of October.)
A. D. 1917.
JOSEPH J. FERN.
Mayor, City and Cpunty of. Honolulu,
6919 Ocfl7. 18. 19
RESOLUTION Na 86.. ,.
- Be It resolved by the Board of Sn- I
pemaora oi tne wty ana vonmy-oi
Honolulu,. Territory, of Hawaii,; that
the turn of Nine Hundred Twenty-Four
and 32100 uoiiars. i3Sf.3Z), be, and
the- aame is hereby appropriated out
of all moneys in the Permanent Im-
provement Fund of the -Treasury of
saiiity and County: for an account
to be known as Extras,' Manoa Im-
provement District Number One Con
tract.
Introduced by v " : ,
XHAS, N. ARNOLD,
-- Supervisor
Date of Introduction : ,
Honolulu, Hawaii, October 16, 1917.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Resolution passed First Reading and J
ordered to print at -a meeting held by J
the uoara or supervisors m Tucaaay.I
October,16.: 1917JMilhe .folio. wing-vote
of said board: -
Ayes: Aula, Arnold. Bellina, HoM
linger, McClellan, Petrle. Total. 6
Noes: None. "
Absent and not Toting: Mott-Smith.
Total 1. . . v..:.- '.-".;,'-.
E. BUFFANDEAU,
ADDITIONAL. TELEGRAPH NEWS
, 4 . .
EXPLORER COOK
FROM HUN PLOT
nutrknn in ort r.porce
being tried here for violation of the
neutrality laws. iHanned to murder
Dr. Cook, the Arctic explorer, and
then to assume Cook's place and name
in India. passing himself off as the
explorer. according to the testimony
brought out before Judge Landis yes -
teiday
The murder plans Included the kill -
lnc of the entire Cook party of 20
rtople, each murdered man's place tofarmer and the wholesale handlers -of
I be taken by a German conspirator.
This party, under the guise of an ex -
1 ploring expedition, was then, to travel
through Nortnem maia. mciung me
natives to revolt against the British
If the revolution was brought about.
all the British officials were to have
been assassinated and .the country
seized by the Indian rebels, who were
to carry, the Insurrection into South
India until the whole country had
I rn f,, J Vila man a or o oivaiI
K death throngh tQe prompt actions
of the British authorities, who learned
of the plot and refused to give Cook
permission to travel to the Himalayas.
Cook was placed In semi-detention by
the British, for his own safety, and
was finally sent out of India
murder, plans were testified to
been Uken Into, the confidence of the
conspirators after they had reached
Manila. Details of the plan to mur-
der Dr rjook and his 19 sailors were
outlined to him, he said, by George
rj0ehm.
0intw t Murwn
wmm ... w- v . w
Boehm told me that he had hoped
to be able to klirDr.. Cook and the
ness. "He planned to be or. Cook him
Ha-tftflf nA 1m1 nnnthr kinH of an at.
yivnjjg 'lauji buu tie was ouscicu
when the plan to kill. Cook could not
be .carried out
nan or kill all British officials who
attempted to interfere with his plans."
Being tried with Boehm and charged
as being implicated with him in the
anti-British murder conspiracy are-Albert
Wehde, arrested Honolulu, and
GustaV Jacobsen- and- Heramba La-
gaptf-
UtULAKt. UUAKUbMtls . i'.j
WANTONLY SHOT NEGROES
f KAST 1 ST. LOTUS. Mo.. Oct: 19
That soldiers Of the 'Illlflols National
Guard on duty here to preserve order
tJ
ace ;ioU f las tlr Z
f ro,e8 the treetf, w testified
n he 8Pclal Investigation of the
riots and the conduct of the guaras-
meZ,r hv
' The TffvesngauDn was ordered by
een sUrred up among the members
Ul in" v l' T .ai.
borers
BY AUTHORITY
RESOLUTION NO. 97.
Be It resolved by the Board of Su
pervlsors of the City and County of
Honolulu. Territory of 'Hawaii, -thai
the sum of Five Hundred Dollars arid
Twenty-Seven Cents ($50027), be, and
the same Is hereby appropriated out
of all moneys In the Permanent Im
provement Fund of the' Treasury of
Su-lsaid City and County for -an account
to be known as Extras, Sea View
FronUge .Improvement Nunbe; TUrea
uontracc .. ,,
'J-:
Introduced by
' ' CHAS. N. ARNOLD
' , : Supervise .
Date of Introduction:
U.7lpnolulu, .HawaiW October. 16, 1917,
' I hereby, certify that the foregoing
Resolution passed First Reading and
ordered to print at a meeting held by
the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday,
October 16, 1917, on the following vote,
of said board: r
Ayes: Ahla, Arnold, Bellina, Hoi-
Unser," McClellan. Petrie. ToUl j6.
Noes: None.
Absent and not voting: Mott-Smith.
ToUl 1. . :'
E. BUFFANDEAU, . ;
Deputy City and County Clerk.
6319 Oct 17, 18, 19.
RESOLUTION NO. 85.
Be it resolved "by the Board of Su-
pervisorg of the City and County,; of
Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii, that
the sum of Three Thousand, Six Hun-
dred Dollars ($3,600.00), be, and the
same Is hereby appropriated out of all
moneys in the ' Permanent Improve-
ment Fund of the Treasury of said
City and County for an account to be
known as Storm Ditches Above Fer-
dtnand Avenue (within Manoa In
provement District Number: One).
Introduced by
; - CHAS. N. ARNOLD,
' '" ' '"'; " '" Supervisor.
Date of Introduction:
Honolulu, HawaiL, October 9, rl917.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Resolution passed Second Reading and
ordered td print at a meeting held by
the Board of supervisors on Ttresday.
October 1619l?,:on tbe followingotei
of said board:
Ayes:; Ahla,, Arnold, Bellina. Hol-
linger, McClellan, Petrie. Total 6
Noes: Jtfone. . ; . :'
Absent and not voting: Mott-Smith.
Total i. ;.,.:-,-'-; -
E. BUFFANDEAU,
HOOVER WARNS ,
RETAILERS MUST
REDUCE PRICES
(Ajsocuud PrM by O. &. K?l Wlr !.)
WASHINGTON. D. C. Oct. 19.
Lower prices for the ultimata consuny
er in the matter of food chuffs is iu
sight, according to a statement issued
naat night by Food Administiatoi
Hoover, who accompanied his an-
J rounrement with a thinly veiled warn-
. fng to retailers to follow promptly
; w hatever price redactions are allowed
f by the wholesalers in food products.
1 "As a result of the cooperation thnt
i s now b.ine rfovolnneri between the
! foorproducts the high cost of food
! should decline in the immediate fu-
; tare," says Mr. Hoover.
. May Need Force.
"If the retail dealers fail to cut
their prices in conformity to the new
price set by the wholesale dlstribut-
ora and the consumers fail to secure
the benefit of the lower costs of food,
the reduction wiU have to be forced
upon them through the cultivation oftiliary sailing esesls between here
public sentiment.
"The bean harvest now reaching
the .market is seven million bushels
greater than the harvest of last year,
The corn crop has resulted in a gain
in production of between six hundred
and seven hundred million bushels,
which should provide greatly cheaper j
hog and cattle food and lower the cost
ot producing poultry." . ,
Tendency Downward
Already, according to the market
reports, the price of beef is showing
a tendency to come down and the
prices of other meats are expected
soon to follow.
GERMAN BANK IN N..Y.
-ADMITS TRANSFERRING
MONEY TO BERNST0RFFAI1D E- Lewfs. Miss L. Warren,
WASHINGTON D. C. Oct 19.
The Deutsche bank had admitted to
the government that It transferred Valentine, Mrs. Chas. Vale, F. C. Fet
sums of money to former Ambassador I ter Jonn Buckley, Miss Mary Schoen,
von Bernstorff, The Vosslche Zeltung
publication has also been connected
un bv the government with the ar.
Uvities of Bolo Pasha now. held in
France as a German spy.
U.'S. TO GIVE JAPAN
STEEL IN RETURN FOR
'400,000 TONS SHIPPING
(Special Cable to Kxcpu. Jiji
TOKIO. Oct, 19. According to New
York despatches received. jy Toklo
newspapers, the united States -win
supp4yajw,uuu tona-ot steeito Japan,
provided the latter will furbish the
United States and her. allies with
400,000 tons of her shipping.
PAIUAniAlU D D MCM
wrV,nyiVi " . MS ,
DEMAND'i WAGE .RAISE
OTTAWA, Canada, Oct. 19. Dele-
gates representing '200,000 railroad
men, employed on the majority of the
lines.tln the. Eastern States and. in
Eartern Canada, voted at a confer-i
ence here yesterday to approve 6f de-
mands to be made by their respective
unions upon the- railroads for wage
increases of not less than -20 per
cent. J
CACTCDM'.DnAnC IA7AMT I
Urtw I unit iivnww iinisi i
WASHINGTON. D C. Oct. 19. De-
daring that the cost of operating
their roads has materially increased,
several Eastern, railroads today peti-
tioned the Interstate Commerce Com-
mission to allow an increase of freight
rates on many commodities arid a re-
ouest that later a general increase be
granted. ' ' ' '
i m i i
ncruniVIO UUIULULU - -
PY QDAMIQU PAttrwCTlC00116' J-" T- Hobl Dwight C. Lefferts,
W" wrninwn MOW 111 1. 1
MADRID. Spain, Oct. 19.-The
Spanish camnet nas aeciaea to restore i
constitutional guarantees. ic& resig
nation or Minister oi war rrimorivera
has. been accepted and Marina nomi-
nated in his stead. ,
SAYS JAPANESE EDITORS
jurvr orciimn cvcunrmRi
mui Ottrviiiu CAtmr iiujv
Postmaster D. H. MacAdam declares
that the editors of the Japanese news
papers have not asked to be exempted
from the provisions of the censorship
law which is to be imposed on all
newspapers published in a language
other than English. "What they have
done was to call on me for information
asto how the censorship is to be ex
ercised," he says. ' .
The postmaster believes that- the
work on the. postoffice alterations will
be so far completed that the locked
box front will be moved forward on
the portico next Saturday or Sunday.
The addition of space will provide
room for 150 more postofflce 'boptes,
but tnese. have not yet arrived from
the mainland. There ts a waiting list
of nearly 150 applicants for the new
boxes. i
BEFORE DRAFT BOARD
Robert G. Lorenzo, who has been
transferred for physical examination
from a draft board in San Francisc
tc Honolulu board. Division No. J, H.
Gooding Field, chairman, has been
summoned to appear with other can
didates for examination on October
1
aii!
SERVICE FIRST
U.S. DELAYS TAKING
VESSELS ON PACIFIC;
(Associate Prew by XJ. S. VayjJ Wlteltw.) ,
SAN . FRANCISCO, . Oct. 1 1 lxcal J
shipowners and officials of steam-;
ship companies have received assur- j
anccs from the Federal Shipping 1
Board that no vessels would be taken 1
by the government for army uses be
fore next spring-
Next Monday the shippinu hoard j
will take control of ail shliminc. hut
it is said no ships on the Pacific
n Zei 7 ' 1JTT;" Z
taken on the Atlantic or the gulf.
The Pacific' .Mail Steamship Co.,
the Oceanic Steamship Co.. the Mat-
I 8on Navigation Co. and other lar?e
I companies expected to reiinumsu
buujc ui men i.ciiwt.o iu me
week or two and had prepared to re
arrange their schedules in tonformiy
to changed conditions.- With the
sugar season closed, the Matson Com
pany was planning to send at least
one of its large carriers to Manila for
te government.
j The Matson Navigation Co., whicn
runs five big steamers as well as aux-
land Honolulu, has been notified as to
I the use designated for the five
I steamers by the board of navy archi
tects which came out recently to in
Ispect the vessels.
These five are the Maui (turbiner).
Matsonia, Wilhelmina, Manoa and
Lurline. They will be used as fleet
scouts, destroyer tenders and repair
ships. Examiner.
PASSENGERS EXPECTED I
The following passengers are
booked to sail by the next Matson
liner leaving San Francisco
Miss Maru Matsumoto, C. Larson,
George M. McClellan, John Desha,
James F. Berry, R. V. Barnett, Riley
Mrs. Rebecca M. cowan, Mrs. i. a
Stanley, Miss M. E. Foppieton. Miss
1 lorence Butler, L. J. warren, E. a.
I J- G. Kotnwen,-Mrs. u. aeytuss, .miss
Mildred Manuel, Miss Alida Moody,
Miss Mary E. Stetson, Mr. Van Ant
werp, Mrs." Warren English, L- B
DeLaftte, Will T. Montgomery, James
Fenwick. Dr. Geo. Herbert, H. D. B.
Soule. Simon ' Miller. James H
Schwabacher, Mrs. Thompson, W. H
Barnes, Miss Ali.ce Macfarlane, J. C,
Cohn. Carl ,S, CarJsmlth, Mrs. J. P.
Lucey, Miss Emma R. Blunk, Mrs
Robt Homer, Mrs. John Watt, Robert
Lewers, Mrs. A Thomas, O. H. Swe
zey.- 5. Lowenfeld, H. F. Wheeler,
Mrs. James F. Berry, Mrs. R. V. Bar-
nett, Mrs. Riley H. Allen, Mrs. E. H
Lewis-. Miss J. BaMerston,: Misstan
ley. Mrs. Mary Regan. Mrs. M. A. Pe
I dersen, Mrs. Monk. Mrs. L. J. Warren,
Mrs. E. A. Valentine, P. Bailey, Mr.
Withington, J. l Cowan. Mrs. B. F.
I achoen, Mrs. J. u. .Kothweii, Mrs. u
F. Bertelmann. Mrs. W. G. ManueL
Miss, Metella Short, Mrs. A. H. Smith,
Mrs. E. B. Soule, Mrs- SI. H. Hart,
Mrs. L B. DeLaitte, F. S. Clark, Ray
N. Allen, Mrs. George Herbert, J. T
I McCrosson, Mrs. Simon Miller, Mrs.
James Schwabacher, Miss L. Hopper,
Mrs. W. H. Barnes, Mrs. G. Pearne,
Mrs. J. C. Cohen, J. P. Lucey, Miss
Emelia E. urunk, Root. Horner, John
Watt, Will Lewers, I Weinzheimer,
Mrs. L. Weinzheimer, Mrs. J. F. Bow-
ler, D. Davis, C. G. Bockus, Mrs, J.
BlacowMMiss Hazel M. Offer, H. L.
Terwilleger, Mr. Wakefield. H. O
atiVio im vn! o i in..
I- iiiuixo, oils, .nutc -. uuuacu, .uioo
M. Peepels, Mrs. C, C. Kennedy, W.
J. Garibaldi, Miss- Berndt, Mrs. W
Roeni, Mrs. j. r. tooae, Mrs. J. t.
"ppi, Mrs. uwignt u. iirerts, Mrs.
Jonn ateraoose, A. . Knudsen,
Wm. Rothschild, w. j. Uederman,
JHss Adeline Smith, C. A. Smith, Miss
Lillian McChesney,, H. LIpman, Mrs
H. von Holt, Mrs. a G. Bockus, Miss
Florence g. uner, Mrs. Mary E. Of
iier, .airs. . m. u. rerweueger, v. ko-
naiewei, m. k. woicoit, i . imai, U.
W. J. Garibaldi, W. Roehl. J. P.
1ftlln Waterhnnte Afro A V Un,,H
i m vuu w wM-va u auuu
sen. Andrew Adams. Mrs. Wm. Roths-
child. T. M. Church. Mrs. Henry
Holmes. Mrs. C, A. Smith
The Iowa Association of Hawaii
win entertain the enlisted men of the
army and navy from Iowa in Cooke
bull Y Af C A SatiirHaw evonlnc
November 20. S. C. Huber. United !
States district attorney, formerly of
ataiei
i0wa, will speak.
Overwork and
Worry Don't Pay
TxeryPkfurw E$!
TelhaStor" 1M
Werwork and worry may promise
wealth, but too often take away
health. The kidneys are apt to give
out first, and if they do, it's danger
ous to delay. Begin using Doan's
Backache Kidney Pills as soon as you
are seized with daily backache, nerv
ous or dizzy spells, headache, indiges
tion, heart flutterings, rheumatic pain
or .urinary disorders, and rest the
kidneys by avoiding all excesses.
Doan's are the most, widely used, the
best recommended kidney remedy in
the "world. -
-When Your Back Is Lame Re
member the Name." DOAN'S BACK
ACHE KIDNEY PILLS. Sold by all
druggists -at ,50c a box (six boxes
$2L50)f or mailed on receipt of price
by the HoUister. Drug' Co- or Benson.
DiriS mig Furniture and Piano
HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DRAYING CO., LTD.
PHONE 4-5-8-1
I ITU ITV DflllV
J HJ DUU 1
AGAINST L-l. CO.
I
'
i",Seeks to Restrain Corporation
From Putting into t nect
Rates Other Than Those
Ordered by the Commission
. injunction and mandatory order
, has been filed q CircUit court by the
public utilities commission to restrain
the Inter-island Steam Navigation Co.
from charging any rate or rates for
the carriage of passengers or freight
in excess of those fixed by the com
mission in its order of September 28.
A temporary injunction and manda
tory order has been signed by Circuit
Judge Ashford.
The suit is the outgrowth of an or
der issued by the utilities commis
sion commanding the Inter-Island to
return to the schedule of freight and
passenger rates effective in 1916.
The steamship company immediately
announced an increase in the rates
then in effect and noted an appeal to
the supreme court from the decision
of the commission. The new rates
were to have gone into effect Octo
ber lo.
Under section 2234, revised laws,
191., the steamship company has the
right to move in the supreme court
for a stay of the commission's order.
In the suit filed yesterday the utili
ties commission is represented by the
law firm of Watson & Ciemons.
In part the complaint of the com
mission reads as follows:
"That thereafter on said September
28, 1917, an order was duly made and
entered by said public utilities com
mission, in which it was ordered inter
alia 'that the Inter-Island Steam Nav
igation Company, Ltd., reduce all
charges for the carriage of passen
gers and freight to not to exceed the
rates and classifications which were
in effect on the 1st day of August,
A. D. 1916' (a copy of said order being
hereto attached, marked Exhibit B
and made a part of this bill); that a
copy of said order was on the day ot
the filing thereof duly served on said
respondent.
"That said order, so made by the
public utilities commission is and at
all times since the filing thereof has
been in full force and effect, but the
said respondent has wholly failed
and refused to obey the terms thereof.
and Hd on' October 1, I9l7,.ln direct
disobedience of the provisions of said
order, put into effect a new. schedule
of rates, many of which rates both as
to passengers and freight are higher
than the rates in effect on September
28, 1917, when the order of the com
mission was made, and higher than
the rates in' effect on said' August 1,
1916; that said respondent has threat
ened and still threatens to disregard
and violate the order made by this
commission as aforesaid, and in fact
since October 15, 1917, when said or
der became effective,. has in many in
stances violated said order by charg
ing and collecting unjust and unrea
sonable rates and rates higher than
those fixed by the commission as
aforesaid for the carriage of both
freight and passengers; that, as
showing a specific violation of the
terms or said order, tht petitioned
hereto attaches and makes a part of
this bill as Exhibit C the affidavit of
H. Gooding Field, showing that on
October 17, 1917, he purchased from
the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.,
ixu., a one way, nrsi-ciass ucxec ior
passage from Honolulu to Lahaina,
Island of Maul, by one of the steam
ships of said company, for which
ticket he was required to pay and
did pay the sum of five and 50-100
($5.50) dollars, and that the rate fr
said ticket on said August 1, 1916,
and thereafter at all times up to and
including said October 1, 1917, as
shown by the published schedules of
the company, was five ($5) dollars."
In part the order of the court reads
as follows:
Now therefore it is hereby ordered
that the said petition be filed and pro
cess issue thereon, and that the res-
Pnd,ent and its officers, agents and
emPIofes be and they are hereby each
auu ait icsuaiucu auu eu.jiuea iruui
charging any rate or rates for carriage
of passengers orfretgut in excess of
the . rates ordered and fixed by said
order of September 28, 1917, a copy
of which is hereto annexed and made
part hereof, and that the respondent
and its officers, agents and employ- j
es be and they are each and all !
hereby ordered and directed to faith-;
fully observe and adhere to the terms
and requirements of the said order of
September 28, 1917, until the further I
order of this court in the Dremlsps." I
While Inter-Island officials will not
I discuss the litigation pending between
J that company and the public utilities
commission. It is believed the com !
pany's defense against the suit filed
i Vesterdav Will he has1 nn tho plalm
J that it is ' responsible only to the na-i
i tional shipping board. The argument '
will be made that permission for all
changes of rates have to be secured'
from the board, and that it was or-!
ganized subsequent to the public util
ities commission.
THE J. S. WINVICK CO.
Paper Hanging and Decorating
Rear Stangenwald Bldj. Phone 3134
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
ASKS INJUNCTION
BUYERS
Distillate, Crude Oil and
.- -, Kerosene i.'.'-. v,-- .-,,.
V DU RANT-IRVINE CO LTD.
J. J. BELSER, Manager.
STORAGE . 65 TO 71 SOUTH QUEEN ST.
OceanicSfieamcDiip Co
5U DAYS TO SAN FRANCISCO
Regular Sailings to San Francisco and Sydney, N. S. W.
For further particulars apply to
C. BREWER & CO., LTD. General Agents
Matson Navigation Company
Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu
For further particulars apply to
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd.; Agent, Honolulu
TOYO RISEN KAISHA
Regular Sailings to San Francisco and to the Orient
For further particulars apply to
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., Agent, Honolulu
CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE:-
Regular Sailings to BRITISH COLUMBIA, FIJI, NEW
ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA
. For further particulars apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., General Agents
PHONE 2295, REACHES
HuGface-Peck Co.9 Ud.
ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK
' FIREWOOD AND COAL
93 QUEEN STREET - vv-'"r- ' - -- - P. O.' BOX 211
NEDERLAND ROYAL MAIL &
ROTTERDAM LLOYD
JOINT SERVICE
To Batavia. Java, yia Yoko
hama, Nagasaki, Hongkong
and Singapore. Sailing datea,
freight and passenger rates on
application. - - - V i
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Agents
0AHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE
, OUTWARD
For Waianae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9: 15 a. m., 3:20 pan.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 7:30 a. nv 9:15 a. nL,
11:30 a.m., 2:15 p.m., 3:20 p.ni
5:15 p.m., 19:30 pjn., 'tll:15 pjn. 'f
For Wahiawa and Leilehua 11.03
a.m., 2:40 p.m 5:00 p.nu 11:30
p.m. '!
For Leilehua 16 : 00 a.m.
INWARD
Arrive Honolulu from, Kahuku,
Walalua and Waianae 8: 36 ajo,
5:30 pjn. -
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
reari city t7:& a. m., '5:35 a.m.,
11:02 a.m., 1:38 p.m., 4:24 p.nL,
5:30 p.m.. 7:28 p.m. .
Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and
Leilehua 9: 15 a.m ;l:53 p.m Z:IW
p.m., '7:13 p.m. r
The Haleiwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first-class tickets honored),
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36
a. m. for Haleiwa Hotel; returning
arrives in Honolulu at 10:10 p. m.
The Limited stops only at Pearl City,
Ewa Mill and Waianae.
Dally. tExcept Sunday. ISunday
CHCf SUI
93 North King Street
Call and see our brand new
CHOP SUI HOUSE
Everything Neat and Clean
Tables may be reserved by phone
No. 1713
D. J. CASHMAN
TENTS AND AWNINGS
Luau Tents and Canopies for Rent
Thirty Years' Exp., fence
Fort SU near Allen, upstairs
Phone 1467
Buy your gasoline
SERVICE!
"SSs'' : Rea r of Boston Bldg
TIDES, SUN
High HlRh
Tide 1't of Tide
Large Tide Small
Date
i c -KKsnssnw
A.M. FT.
Oct. 15 3:20 2.0
" 16 .... 3:54 2.1
17 ......... 4:30 2.1
18 Si ........ 5:08 2.2
44 19 5:50 22 --''
k "20 " '. i ... :39 . 2.1 SH
- 21 ,....V. 7:35 2.1 1
P-M.
3:05
3:34
4:05
4:35
5:13
6:07
7:47
Cuo Dug
FR$I Q H T
TIC K sr v
'HO? r!erTtlons
hJ point ca tht
Mainland.
WELLS-FAR.
GO A CO, 72 8.
King at.Tal.i8U
Most Compltfte Line' of Chlneia
. Goods at . :
. FONG INN. CO.-
Honolulu's Leadlnj CWnssa Curls
Store 1152 Nuuanu sl, nr. Pauahl
.'';'' ; ' ' Shipping and .""y":
COMMISSION
;:-y.;-'' Merchants .--. t -,-;..:,;
FRED L. WALDRON, .LTD.
Fort & Queen Sts. Honolulu
Telephone 3875 .1115 Fort 8L
The Standard Optical Co.
, OPTHALMIC OPTICIANS
Pantheon Block
Walter 1 Seymour p,. Mgp
VIEIRA JEWELRY CO.
-j ,113 Hotel Street -Jewelers
and SllvcramlthA. '
Watch and Jewelry Repairers
QUAINT, ATTEACTIVE
en
Novelties
Masks, Caps, Table .;
Favors, Pumpkin Decora
tions, Party Favors, Owls,
Witches, Black Cats, Etc.
Hawaiian News
G, Ltd.
Young Hotel Bldg. '
Bishop Street
AND MOON.
Mooa
SsU t Seta '
Low Low
Tide Tide
Large Small
Sua
Rise!
P.M. A.1L
Rises.
5:32 5:34
5:32 r Sets
5:31 , 1:43
8:59
; 9:22
9:4X
10:15
10:47
Hallowe
9:50
.10:35
11:24
P.M.
12:18 :
1:22
2:38
' 3lrr
5:58
5:58
5:58
?
-T i - -X... 4
5:59
5:59
6:60
1:80
5:23
-5:2?
,7:2S
8:23
11:25
.TT
Smith & Co.. anmn i .tw 14.'-
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