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F.VCN1N0 BULLETIN. nONOMlLO, t. it. rntDAY, AUG. 12, 1110.
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Oceanic Third Prgrrr.
Hairallnn Second IRgne.
Hose Croix Mil Bcgrrr.
L(l .llohn ampler . -Regular.
.i Halting members of tne
i. dei are cordially Invited to
"f meetings nl local lodges
Meet on the
2nd find 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. H.
ttinttif riiPiitrcfitM tucmuwi ui
winninc cnuintcna & A,l0.
EABMONY LODGE, No, 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday cvcnliiR at
3:30 In I. O. 0. 1'. Hall, Kurt Street.
E. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noblo Orand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. u P. Hall,
iorner Fort and Bcrctaula. ViBltlng
orothsrs cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONES, C. C.
0. I HEINE. K. n. a
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. O.'It. H.
Meat j every first and thlrdfEurs
days of each month at KnlghCs of
Pythias Hall Visiting brotheis cor
lialh Invltea to attend,'
A. L. EAK1N, Sachem.
B. V. TODD, C. of 11.
HONOLULU AERIE 110. F. 0. E,
Meeu on the Slid and 4th WED'
NESDAY evenings of cuch mouth at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hull, corner
Beretanla and Tort streets.
ViBltlng Eagles uro invited to at'
tV. It. niLEY. W. -1.-WM.
C. McCOY, Sec.
SONOLULU LODGE GIG, 11. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, B. 1, 0.
Clki, meets In their hall,, on Kind
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing." Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attend.
' JAS. D. DOUailEIlTY, E. It,
GEO. T. KLUEGHL, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venln at 7.30 o'clock In K. of I'
Hull i-or. Fort and Berotauln. Visit
lug t-rnthaia cordially Invited to at
'end U A TAYLOR, C. C.
E A JACODSON, K. II. S.
The- Most- Durable and' Satisfactory
lewers & Cooke, Ltd.,
177 South Kinp; Street
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, 0IT0SITE
Phone 179 Nieht Call 1014
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
Has been called and U DUE JUNE
rV?) 18 and DELINQUENT on JULY 10.
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(Continued from rac 1)
within a t'cnii:irnttoly short
distance. Captain Miller turn nptit a .
number of men on hoard the wreck,
and thrtimhout tho morning the)
were kept busv getting out supplies,
stores, gear nnd fittings. The sal
vage Is being tin listened by Btnnll
boats t the .lainc.i Makco. 11) the
aid of n line the Binnller boats aic
able to maintain a couise from the
wreck lo the steamer It Is believ
ed Hint unless the weather takes n
decided change fin the worse, til"!
salvage coips will succeed In getting
a huge amount of material from the
Just what 'nn bo done towards
retting cut tlio coal Is one of the
many imiblcnw that uuw face tho
s.ilvorH The llelf.li left Newcastle.
N S V , with nearly sixteen bun
died tons of Australian fuel. On
the 123 da) vo.vuge a couple of hun
dred tons of this coal were used In
keeping up steam In the disabled
donkey engine. While the hull or
the- vostol icuinlns more or ipsa In
t in t . the work of gelling out a good
I) portion oT the coal may not prove
Midi a illfiUull job. Should tho tea
sel rapidly go to pieces, the cargo
of coal will, of course, ncnttcr nn I
a l.u go percentage will wash away.
A cable has been received by tho
Hawaiian Trust Couipaii) this morn
ing from the San Francis o brnirli
of the Canton Insurance Office, Lim
ited. In which It Is stated that the
company r-irrles Insurance on tho
hull of the wrecked llelg.i. Man
ager Clarke of the local branch nf
Hind. Uolpb ft Co . while stating
that he had received no definite ad
vice, believes Hint the San Francisco
headquarteis nf Hint firm carried In
surance, upon the shipment of con',
estimated In he worth between socn
nnd eight thousand dolhtiH.
. Yotjng Brothers' launches have
uiade sovcrnl trips to the wro-'k, nnd
from this sour'o It was reported thli
morning that the lor'crtstlo hint gone.
Tho ho.is now rush through tho
v'csseL and practically everything of
value Is receiving u deluge of wator
with the rolling of the swell.
The vessel Ilea almost bronllsidd
to tho sea.
In commenting upon tho wreck nl
n similarity of names, F A. Schnefer
slated this morning that the wreck
of the Holga, formerly named For
tuna, recalls tho wreck cf tho Brit
ish bark- Fortuna, In tho jcar lfl.
ton' tho reef nt Walklkl within about
a hlindred'feot from where the Holga
Tho Forluim also canio from New
castle, N. S. W , conl -laden, on her
way to San Francisco.
Ono of tho passengers was Mrs, S.
S Robertson, widow of the Into
Judgo Itobcrtion, who came hcio with
her parents, Mr ami Mrs. Hum
pliiem, and (be entire family then
uindo their home In this city.
ONE TO HIM
(Continued from Pasc 1)
negotiated a deal for a glass of nntl
Woolloy liquid was under ago. The
lad had entered the saloon moio or
less begrimed with dirt nnd coal dust,
llo thought the customer was nn
It dovoloped that tho Japanese win
dismissed fiom further scrUcc nt tho
Sunrise dispensary. It was therefore,
nsked that sentence bo suspended for
a period of thirteen months.
Prosecutor Arthur Drown could not
see tho fnrco of tho argument and
contended (or the Imposition of a lino
of J 100. llo claimed that a suspended
sentenco should only ho grunted at
the. hiihcst of tho Hoard of Llccuso
Commissioners and In this particular
Instance tho "hooo board" was not
favorably Inclined lo wnlio tho line
It nil ended by Judgo Andrndo ir
scsslng n minimum lino of SJ0 nnd tho
A number of locul doalcrs In spir
ituous lhiuors worn Interested spec
tators ut tho Police Court during tho
The following vvlreloss message hns
been icceived by tho agents from tho
S S Klorrn.
"H H Klorrn, At Sen, August II, S
p. m. r.00 miles out Fresh I. N'. E.
winds, head sea, passing squall."
THIRTY-SIX years Is a long tlmo
to work for one concern without a
v icntlon This la tho hcrvleo that A
I (iienuo lias put In for tho Pacific
Mull Company and now ho Is picpar
lin; to take n lliren months' soloiirn In
FiiKlnnd. at his old hnm Gicenn ta
known lo manv ueueiiitlniiR on tho
I imHirrifiiit buvluu been n flKiirehnad
at the Paciilo Mall dock for wurl
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, tt rcr hour. Lowls Stables.
Order Plnectnr from Lellhcad and
Woodward Phone 057
u Kuos wiiiium saying, inai every
thing Is Rest nt The Encoro
()nP lrimiK:iid splendid books, 55c.
Tor distilled water, Hlru's ltoul
Ilccr and nil oilier popular drinks.
Mini? tin iihniui 71. Cnnfmltdatnd Hodn
1'ny cash and ask for green stamps.
They'ro free Call nt the show rooms
nnd see what )ou get frco for
The regular meeting of tho Promo
tion Committee lll bo held nt three
thirty tliltrjAftcrnnon at the looms In
1 . . .
(Continued from Pace 1)
bain, have Ignored Mill entirely. Wo
will put up J IC. Kaolil, In whom
wo have a great deal of confidence.
Convention Luau Monday.
Af er the coiivt-ntion has been all
ed to order bj President Notley of
tho Home Ilule party, and during
the noon hour recess, the delegates
will ho treated to r. big luau, which
Is being ai ranged by tho executive
committee. The luau will bo spicad
In the tiianka rrnm, vhleh adjoin.'
tho convention hull of tho party, on
Kukiil street. Tho Hawaiian dlshei
hnvo been cnrefully selected by the
Indies' society of the Home Utile
During the lunu music will be ren
dered by the Home llulo glco club,
under the Icadcishlp ,'of Sccictnr:'
Kama of the executive, committee
Think Prospects Good.
The prospects of the Homo Itulo
parly on Hawaii arc-bright, n 'cord
ing lo the delegates who arrived this
morning from Hawaii. Napollona
Puonnul of Wiilohlnii. Kau; S. M. Pa
aubau of llnokena, William George
Lln"oln of llonuiiniia and Julluc
Yntes of Komi, who canio Into town
this morning, said that It Is their
firm opinion that Hie Home Ituler In
their districts will bo victorious on
At tho Homo Itulo headquarters
this morning the name of J. K. Na
kookco, the. prohibition agent, wai
mentioned nr, a candidate for super
visor on the Home Ilule ticket.
William M. Koolantil, tho Home
Utile candidate for shcrlrt of Hawaii,
Is gaining strength dally. Ho Is a
luiril worker, and. If tho stntement
of the Hawaii delegates Is truo. It Is
more than likely Hint ho (Kcnlnnul)
will beat Shcrlrf Pua
Yates for' Representative.
Julius Yates, u ptaetlcal young
mnn and a gradualo of tho Uiime
Imiuelia Schools, will bo sont from
Hawaii, If possible, ns a Itepresen
tativo. Ho Is a hustler and his sup
pnrlcrr think he will he u good mem.
her of the llouso of Representatives,
September Hith nt 10 o'clock Is tho
hour and date at which tho Dimocrat
Ic convention will convene this year
In Honolulu. The announcement of
tho time of meeting was made today,
the Jlmo for tho convention being
ngrecd upon nt a meeting of the Dem
ocratic Territorial Central Committee
that was held yesterday uftorrioon.
Tho Democrats nrn going ahead ac
tively, !. la. McCandlcsB nnd Mayor
Fern making tho preliminary can-
vnssoii to determine tho needs of tho
approaching cumpalgn. T. J. Ilynn,
who has succeeded to tho olllco or
Seerotnry of tho Torrltorlal Deino
crntlc Central Committee, formerly
held by tho lute John Emmeliitli, is
busily engaged in making prepara
tions for the campaign nnd attending
to tho work of precinct organization.
Democrats Of Koolaupoko
File Protest With
Tivonty-clght rcsldotits nnd tax
pnycro of Koolaupoko district havo
come hofuro tho board of city and
county supervisors with tho declara
tion Hint tho road district supervised
by Rov. J. K. Paolo and Moses
Aknwa Is being plunged into politics
by the Democratic clubs of the Flist
and Second pie iuets of tho Fifth
They further allege that llo one,
savo through P. D. Kcllett Jr. aud
i Ixnai- Adams, can Mnne a Job with
I Hie road board unless Ihe) happen lo
I bn eniolloj or become n member of
' lio Dmnrcratle clubs that nro said
to particularly thrive In that locnl-
Our Now Phono Number Will llo ,
City Transfer Co,
(Continued from Pace 1)
Ing nnd disinfecting lnsltiiiuen'8 and
At Trcntcn Hie state bo.ud of
health will he visited for light on
mosquito citnp'ilgn. nnd stops will bo
made at Philadelphia, ilaltltnore and
Washington. At the latter city both
Surgeon General Wymin and asslst
ant Slirg-on Gencinl Cofcr will bo In
terviewed on mosiiultnos, yellow fovcr
and cotidltlnns in the Canal Zone.
From Washington Hid trip will bo
continued to Howling Green. Nash
ville, Jackson, New Orlnlns, at which
latter place a cnns'..:ea,lo stay will
bo made to stul.v the uplodnto mill
nor In which yellow fever and mos
qultocs arc combntted.
Then to Mexico City by way of
Texas and the Mexican Central. From
the Mexican capital to lllueflclds, Ni
caragua, after making stops In sev
eral .Mcxlcin cities. Fiom niueflohls
to tho Canal Zone calls being nindo nt
other K)lntH aloii gtho roast en route
vvheio health conditions will bs ttud
led. It Is nt the Can il Zone tint some
of the best observations will proh-j
ably he mnde or. the advanco made
thcro In fighting disease nnd prevent
ing It Is far advanced.
Reluming the trip will bo mndo
back to Mexico City, El Paso, l-osto get off and walk, or go nnd buy
Angeles nnd San Francisco boards of n clgir with his big money and re-
neailll nemg visncu in earn m i.-iu
Callfornl't cities and special Investi
gations being mndo ut the latter.
In brier, tho first part of the trip
will bo devoted lo thv :udy of condi
tions of hoaltli. sanllatlun nnd mos
quitoes, nnd the latter part to yellow
fever nnd mosquitoes.
In commenting ukiii tho plnns for
Dr. Pratt'B trip of Investigation, .Mr.
Molt-Snilth, president of the Board
or Health, staled:
"Yellow fever will without doubt
play nn Important part In Ihe future
health conditions or these Islands. II
Is n dlsciiKC in which thcro l great
dlrilrulty In making an eaily dlgno
vis, and It Is 111 the ability lo make
an early dlgnosls and In the conse
quent prompt action that succeut
may be tccurod In combating the
"ProplDlactl- measures nlro In tho
nholUhliig of mosquito 'jrcedlii'J
places nnd linpiovcd sanitation nro
of the utmost Importance.
"At present the Tehiiantcpec louto
Is being used nnd soon the Panama
Canal will ho opcncrl, In logins with
It increnred shipping and a larger
number of vessels making Honolulu
a port of call for orders.
"It Is the object of tho trip to
obtain by personal observation
thrriigh Dr. Pratt tho latest meth
ods used In hygiene nnd sanitation.
to obscrvo tho various measures bo-
Ing taken to prevent this dlseasi.
from again appearing In placer whcic
yellow fever has cxlstul, to seo tho
different means used In lighting tho
btcgomlu, and finally to know first
hnnd the exact conditions existing nt
Tehuniitepec and Panama, together
with Hie measures udonted to pre
vent tho carrying of yellow fever by
vessels leaving tho portH of Mexico.
It will be also his endeavor lo seo
romc cases of yellow fever, If pos
slide, and obtcrvo not only tho treat
ment of tho dlscnso, but also tho
meatures adopted lo pi event Its
spread. Notes will bo taken at each
stago of tho trip, and n full report
mndo to tho board upon his ictiirn."
ACCORDING TO tho monthly ship
building returns compiled by tho
Hulled States Human of Navigation,
117 vessels of 37,687 gross tons were
built In the United States during May.
Of -tho number, cloven of 132U Ions,
wero wooilen sailing ships; nluoty
five, of L'430 tons, wero wooden steam
ers, ami cloven, of 33,931 tons, sled
steamers. Tho-steel steamors Includ
ed the Kcntucklnn. fiGOG tons, built nt
Sparrow's point, Mnrylnnd, for tho
American-Hawaiian Sleanishlp 'Com
pany. Tho Kentucklan Is one of tho
finest steamers pf the company's licet
nnd Is equipped with ovory facility for
handling heavy cargo,
For Sain" cards nt nullntln..
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It j' it Is further claimed that thoso
workcts Who happen to Mud thoni
foIvcs laboring under uuy other po
litical iiiltli hut that laid down liv
tho Demounts aio discharged from
Tho petitioners point to tho pay.
rolls for the past fovv mouths to as
sist In bearing out thojr statements,
it being btntcd that tho pay sheet
will mako favorable comparison with
tho list of members of tho two Dem
ocratlc precinct clubs.
The lontentlon Is mndo Hint th
employing and hiring of men by the
road board of that district Is for the
honeflt of all (Itlzcus, Irrespective of
(Jns. II, Love)
IWng Larger Than Two
You bov sand you older men should
hnvo nothing hut small change In
your pickets when you bonrl llr
street cars In the near future, women
always do have small ctungo pennies
If possible, for the largo gold pieces
will no lenger lr accepted by tho
men In blue uniforms and shiny but
That Is they won't ho If n now icgu-
Intlon now being considered Is .put
Honolulu Rapid Transit and Land
Company has asked tho Governor for
his npprovnl of a regulation whereby
nothing kirgfr than a two dollar bill
will he acceptable to a conductor on
their lines. Tills to nllovv tho con
ductor to carry u small amount of
The regulation Is fronted on lines
of those In tho United States In many
cities whero two dollars Is the larg-
est money n conductor Is allowed to
change, that Is ho can rcfuso any
thing larger and If n passenger tend
ers such larger nnney ho Is liable
turn to another car with smill chnngc,
Ah conductors lit most cities nre oh
llged to Blurt the day wlih cliango
of their own. the compiny furnishing
nothing. It Is manifestly fair that
there bo Mime limit plnccd upon tho
denomination of tho money they nro
icqulrol lo nccept.
But Just why the limit here should
be plnccd nt two dollars when two
dollar bills nrl- unknown except from
tourists who Bom" times strike town.
Is n invstery. "
Tho limit might well be nno dollar
or heller live, hut a two dollar limit
seems to hit nothing.
Governor Frear said that ho would
probably nppiovo tho request of the
company that a regulation limiting
the sluo or money lo tio teiulerea
might be promulgated.
Tho company makc-t niles and re
gulations for the conduct of Its busi
ness subject to tho npprovnl of tho
Chler Executive and so ho'has to pass
on tho money question.
I" WATERFRONT NOTES
A NUMBER OF passengers nnd n
quantity of mall failed lo land nt Me
(Iiegor's Landing on Hie hist trip of
the steamer Milium Kea. . high sea
wiih running nt tho tlmo nnd after
live passengcis had been taken nshoro
In the ship's boalB It was found Im
possible to get tho inalla nshoro. Tho
whnrf nt tho place is icported to havo
Buffered ccnsldrrnhlu damage thinugh
the soaa. Passongeu -nd iuiiIIh for
Illlo wero taken on to Ililo.
"YOU CAN SHU Ilia Hag or overy
other nation in the world' nt fuiclgu
lorts hut our own," said Supervising
Inspector General Hcoigo Uhlor of the
United Stales leeamboal 'inspection
service, who baa m.iilo a lour of tlio
Coast. "Theio are no American decii
sea ships In foreign jKiits, and condi
tions In Ibis respect am no bettor
t In: ii when I was out here five )ears
Till: INTER-ISLAND steamer Clan
dine will sail for Maul and Hawaii
ports this evening taking a full list
of cabin passengers. A number nf
Honolulu peoplo will leave llio vessel
ut Kiiliulul mid participate In a lout
nniueiit ol sports to ha lipid on Maul
AT A DISTANCE of 10 III miles off
Hie pint tho Matson Navigation steam
er Hllonlaii fiom Seattle via San
FiuiicIhco has been rcixirled by wire
loss. Tho vessel Is expected to ur
llvo hero on Monday. Castlo & Cooke
aro tho local representatives for tho
THE CABLE SUPPLY schooner
FlauMicC Ward was an arrival at
Ihe poit this morning alter u twenty
three da) voyage to Midway Island.
Tho vessel has ictiirncd after having
do'lvered a shipment of provisions at
th" mid-Pacific cablo station,
THREE NEW DISTRICTS arp to
crc'itcd In tlio llghlhouso service. They
will comprise Hawaii, Alaska anil
Porto Rico, Beginning on August 1st,
unvul olllco is will act us Inspectors
of tho thirteen sea coast and lako
IN FOREIGN' PORTS
Friday, Aug. 12.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Aug. 12: S.
8. Mongolia, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Salhd Aug. 12: 8. 8,
Nippon Maru for Honolulu.
BAN FRANCISCO-Arrlicd Aug. 12-
Transport Logan, henco Aug 4.
HONOIPU Arrived .Mig. 12: Schr
Muriel, from San Francisco,
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAGE EIGHT,
Friday, Aun. 12.
Kona nnd l'nu ports Mnuila tin,
ftmr., n, m.
MODERATE SEAS but henty swells Per stmr. Manna Kea, from Kona
In crossing Hie channels wero met and 'Kali 'ports, Aug, 12. Max Green
with by tho Kona -and Kau liner Ma- baugh) E. E. Conant, Miss Dora Bry
urn l.oa arriving at Honolulu this' ant, Miss O. Bryant, Dr. A. J llcrby,
mornliigt Tho vessel returned with E. J. Hutchinson, Ji B( Cox, Mlso Me
n Mir list of cabin and deck passcn- Dotlgall, Mrs. McDddgall, Miss Ham
pers. Her freight list Included a wldo nrd, Mrs. Bnrnard, Mrs. Driver, .'
variety of Big Island products, Among. Yates, Wallace R. Fnrrlnglon,- W. A.
the Items wero 8S0O sacks sugar, M2
sacks coffee; 30 sacks awa, 9 sacks
ginger, 13 crates cnbbage, 2D crates
fish, 39 crates fish, 20 crates chickens.
01 hunches bananas, SO crates sisal
and IDS packnges sundries.
ANOTHER StJUARK rigger, well
known on tho coast, nns heem sold)
tlio British steel hark Carndog having
been tnkni by Norwegians for $!!,
000. Sho was built In 1891 nt Sun
derland. The prlco received for Ilia
Caradog Is vrry low, but tho fact that
Ihe ship has never been a smart salb
cr nnd seems to hnvo had moro than
her share of hnrd lilek may hnvo re
sulted In her being sold for less llinn
others with heller rcputatlnrts fdr hav
ing good luck,
ENGLISH HUILDER8 during Mny
put Into Hie water thirty-two vcssols
of nbout 88,331 tons gross, as com
pared wilh thlrty-rlx 'vessels of 61,603
tons In April, nnd tvvcnly-lhrco vessels
of about 39,810 tons In May. 1909.
For the year so fnr'Engllfh bhlldo'fa
havo launched 124 vessels of nbout
292.832 ions, against nlnoly-nlno ves
sels of nbout 188,289 tons In the cor
responding period of Inst 'year.
LIGHT BAINS along tho Kan nnd
Kona oast are reported during tha
visit of the Inter-Island steamer Ma
nna Loa. Tho steamer Hclene was
repotted as discharging general cargo
at KtiUalau and was expected- Would
load Papaaloa Kiig.ir today and pro
ceeding to Knwalhnu :ako on a ship
ment of cattle thcro on Monday, an-1
at riving nt Honolulu early on Tues
THERE WAS NO sugar Included In
tho cargo brought to tho port by tho
Inter-Island steamer Nocau from
Kaual ports. This vessel has return
oil from the Garden Island bringing
u sm-ill shipment of rice, tallow nnd
snndrles. Tho Noeau Is scheduled lo
sail for Knual porls on next Monday
PURSER SHELDON of tho steamer
Mauna Loa arriving from Kona and
Kau liofts this morning reports tho
following sugar awaiting shipment on
Hawaii: Piinnluu 1530; Honuapo
1127: Kiikalnu 1195; Paaullo 18,000;
Paauhnii 3119; Honokna 1800.
TODAY'S ARRIVALS Included tho
steamer Wallelo from Hawaii with
31U0 Backs sugar. 4fi hales wool, 3
horses, 3 mules, "0 head cattle and
sundries. Tho vessel met with heavy
swolls In crossing tho channels,
IN FIVE MONTH8 of tho present
year, Scotch builders havo launched
147 vessols, aggregating about 19G.970
lotiB, ns compared with 107 vessels of
nbout 153,777 tons, In tho correspond
ing period of time.
A WIRELESS messngo receive 1
last evening from tho Matson Naviga
tion steamer Lurlliio gives (hat ves
sel's iKisltlon at 627 miles from tip
port The Lurlliio Is enrouto to San
(Continued from Face 1)
two slstcrn Krncstlnu and Hortenso
Madcrln both under the ago of twelve
ycuiB. Tho flint crluio Is alleged to
have been committed oa July 22 mid
tho second on July 25, I.oy Is a paint
er nnd paper hanger by trade and has
a vvlfo und several chlldicn. Attor
ney Chllllngworlli has appointed to
defend him nnd plea will bo made
next Monday morning.
' Sefcreno Cms and Sc'gela Pachcco
arc both under Indictment for assault
with a weapon dangerous to llfo und
(hey will pleu to llio churgu next
Monday, Attorney Straus being ap
pointed In their behalf. Thu assault
with which they nro charged took
place on August 3, tho victim being
ono -Manuel LJpoz, Cruz used a bot
tle as a weapon nnd Pacheco' used
a knlfo, As neither had means to
employ nil nttornoy tho Court up
pointed one for thorn.
Yohatshldn Yanagl Is charged wltli
assault with Intent to commit mur
der, tho weapon being a pistol und
tho victim ono Yutarn Noinoia, thu
crime being committed on July 13
The prlboner stuted that Lorrln An
diows wus his attorney In the lower
court but as Andrews was not present
this morning and he could not be
reached by phono Attorney Harrison
who was present In court was named
as attorney, providing no previous nr
rangemenlB had been mu.lo with An
Thursday, Aug. 11.
Knual'ports W: O. Hall, etmr, 3
Wndsworth, Mrs. Wadsworth, W. A.
Conway, Mrs. Conway, Ah ring, Miss
F. M. Leo, M. Prosscr, M. Campion,
Henry Davis, II, E. Davidson.
PA68ENQERS BOOKED I
Per slmr. Claudlne, for Hawaii and
Maul ports, Aug. 12a-'Miss Ruth Rich
ards, Mtos Atliorton, Mrs. J. Mcin
tosh, Mrs. C. S. Jackson, C. Wlcherl.
Mrs. L. Marclal, Thos, King, II. M.
Ayrcs, W Crnwford. Sam Kalwdnca.
M. 8, Pnehcco, F, E. Greenfield. A.
SI JfcKrever, Miss L. Coc'kett. Miss
L. Wallace, Miss F. Blndt, Miss Hen
snor, O. R. Warren, R, Sinclair, Mrs.
Nowcomb, Miss Vroom, Miss M. Bon-
fold. Miss Dietrich, A. J. Wurtz, M.
Nowcomb, 8. Kennedy, Mrs. A. O.
Dleklus, Rev. J. E. Kcklpl, Alls A. C.
Frnnca, If. Glbbs, S. V. Chllllngworlli.
'Pnr stmr. Mnunn"Loa,'fdr"Koria and
Kau ports, Aug. Bl Hong Chnck,
Mrs. It. Ilcilschwnyl J. A. Vlorra, Jno.
Gaspar, Thus. II. Haae, Mrs. E. Con
ant. Mrs. 3 Campsle, IL S. Oray, 8.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hllo and
way iwts, Aug. 16. E. Langc, Mrs.
P. M. Wakefield, Mrs. C. II. Chand
or. Miss Tucker, Mrs. Tucker, Miss
Anderson, Miss U Camorori, Mrs. An
derson. R. W. Anderson. Alex. Ander
son, ?., K. Meyors. Mrs. Meyers, J. C.
Anderson, H. J. Lyman, Mrs. Lyman,
W. Duke. Mrs. Duke, Miss I. Borden.
Mrs. W. L. Roso, Miss AIlco Carvnl
ho. Miss A. Sopcr, Jos. Cyprlano, E.
M. Ehrharn, J. O. Young, MIbs J. Mc
intosh. Miss H. L. Hilton. Dr. Hitch
cock. E. Wood, W. McCluskey, Miss
pice. Miss AIlco Rice. R. I. Llllle.
A. E. Murphy. Miss E. It. Nichols,
Martin Gruno, Raymond C. Brown.
Per slmr. Klnau, for Knuar-'ports.
Aug. 16 Miss Shaw-, Mrs. Chamber
lain, Mrs. E. II. Brldgewatur, Miss F.
K. Manson. Miss J. T. Mclntyre. Miss
Kopko. Miss Kimball, Anna M. Reld,
Per M. N. 8. 8. Wllholmlna for San
Francisco. Aug. 17. Dr. Harry E- Al
dcrson, Mrs. II. E. Alder'sbn, A. C.
ri.i.;.ni n iV Pnilnwnv. Gee. bard-
ncr, Jas. K. JnrrottS.. 61 Kennedy,
Mr. nnd Mrs. A.' Huftf nnd Infant.
II. A. Wilder, W. Foster Homer. S.
Thompson, MIss.C, C. Desmond,' Mrs.
Alox. Lindsay nnd child, Mrs. L. G.
Marshall, Miss Lydla K'.r'Aholo,.MIss
It.' Raphael, Mrs. A. B. Lee. Mr. and
Mrs. C. A, Do Cow, Miss Vldn Ross,
Mrs, David I.lttlo, Mrs. Robert Scott.
Miss Ircno Young, Miss Louise Mc
Carthy, Miss Josephine Pratt, Miss
Mary 8exton, Mrs. A. E. Bplnney.
Miss M. do Brettovlllo. J. B. Cox. W.
II. Baugh, Miss L. Desmond, Mrs.
Desmond, W. A. Bailey, Dr. J. N.
Vroom, Miss Jesslo Konnedy, Mrs. J.
A. Konnedy, Mrs. L. E. Arnold, In
fant and maid, Master L. Arnold. MIbb
I, Arnold, Miss Dutschy. Mrs. Buts
chy, Mr.' and Mrs. A. W. Cnrlcr- nnd
child, M. 11, Ilimscn, L. G. Richard
son, Ion L. Clark, Miss H, Hobron,
Mr and Mrs. J. C, Hllchtnan. R. II.
Hymaii.'Dr. Ja'8. B. Pratt. Mrs. M.
Btone. Tdrs. 11. W. llyman, E. D.,Ten
ticy, Miss C. Richardson, MIbs K.
Hiltcnlnsoii, Miss D. RIchardson,Mrs.
L. O. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. A. I).
Baldwin, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jos. Hutchin
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Maul lsb
and, N'ly ahoro. Ely side of Kahulul
Harbor Pauwcla Point Light-Station
to be established. On or nbout Au
gust 20, 1910, a fixed white Ions-bin-tern
light nbout 165 foot above high
witter and 10 foot above tho ground
will be established nt Pauwela Pln'i
(he norlhorly shoro of thu easterly
poitlon of tho Island of Mnul, T, II..
easterly sldo or tho entrance to Ka
hulul Harbor. Tho light wlU bo
shown fiom uu open woodon tower
painted whlto, surmounting a white,
framed, keeper's dwolllng having u
red roof and lead colorod trimmings.
Tho light will bo vlslblo from 70 dcg.
17 m!n. truo (60 nig, 50 mlu. mag
netic) to 270 dug. 35 mln. truo (260
dog, 8 mln. magnetic) from n Vessel
passing clockwUo around tho light.
In clear weather tho light Bhould bu
vlsblo about 9 miles, tho observer's
oyo being 15 feet ubovo aea lovol. Ac
cording to Chart -4100 C, & O. 8. tho
light will bo Bltitated on tho point of
land between Mallko and Punlawu,
nearest to Punlawa.
Tho upproxlmato geographic 'posi
tion of this light, us taken from Ha
waii Territory Survey Map, 1903, will
bo: Latitude, north 20 deg. 56 mlu.
50 see.; longitude, west, 156 dcg. 19
mln. 30 sec. Magiihtlc declination Is
assumed to bo 10 dcg, 26 mln. east
Annual Increase. 1 minute.
THE INTER ISLAND steamer Like
lllco has been plaeod on tho berth In
sail for Hnnnkna nnd Ktikiilhaolo to
da) . Tho vessel ts taxing cargo only.