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EYENTNO Brjt,t,ETf. H0M0T.fo.tJ, ?. H., TCESDAT, AUG. 23, 1910.
Oceanic Third Degree.
Hawaiian Pint Drams
tn mniiin amiuUf f 'if u
uder are cnrdlall) Invited tc
itte. meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M.
BENEFICIAL ASVWTIOH. ciotions cor-
HARM0NY I0DOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 in I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
H. E. McCOY, Noble Clrnnd.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU L0DOE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets eVcry first and third ,1'rl:
day evening nt 7:30 In K. of I. Hhll,
orn?r Fort and llcrctanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONKS. C. C.
O. F. heini:, K. n. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Tythlas Hall. V<lng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. I, KAK1N, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of n.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings Of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of IV Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to nt
xv. n. niLEY, xv. v:
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU L0DOE, 010, B. P. 0. E.
'Honolulu Lodgo No. G16, II. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every FrWay eve
ning. Visiting Urothers nro cordially
Invited to attend.
,. JAS. D. DOUailEIlTY, V. It.
C1EO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
K. of P.
Meets cvory 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
Tl-.ll mr Pnrt nml Tleretanla. Visit
Ting brothers cordially Invited to at
f H. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
jv E. A. JACOBSON, K, R. S.
C3 feJii rL
UA CREOSOTE STAIN THAT IS
'.PERMANENT IN COLOR AND A
p6f Uie this Stain when an attractive
"finish in soft, mellow tone is de
ewers & Cooke, Ltd.,
'177 SOUTH KING STREET
t M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
r Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
( CATHOLIC SISTERS
Phone 170 Nieht Call 1014
(9- ASSESSMENT NO 12
Honolulu Braneh of the Ilerriio'
m Mutual Atiociation
Has been called and Is DUE JUNK
IS and DKLJNyUENT en JULY 1R
The tact tut Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters has helped
thousands of sickly pconle
back to health durim; the
past 57 years should con
vince vou that it is the med
icine vo;i need for Indiges
tion, Stomach Ills, Malaria,
Fever and Ague.
I in sale In DcnMin, fctnltli & Co.
Ml llolllnter Drue Co., Ltd .
n iiul.ers Drug Co. Ltd.. lltlo D'uii
Hid ill all Wholesale Llqun'
Tenyo IMorn Carried
lt back. to Imlin fnr.i le.iRl !"
thlrdii-of the . Hindus. Uiat wcio
brought lo ,Snn 1'innrlsru l th"
Toyo Klsen Knlsh.i llni-r Tnu
Whmi. that vcfsoI pulled out from
'Inkea street wharf at lo o'clock
this morning nml commenced the
first leg of tho long -voyage to Hong
kong, forty six East Jndlann who had
been recently rejn'teif' by the Fe(l
cral lmmlgrntlon ofTlIals of Saiv
1'rnneltco wero Involuntary passen
ceis to the Far East.
This number was drawn from a
cons'itnmcnt of less'- than eighty
which had nrrUc.l at the California
nort by thn JaiMiiete liner winlo
Tho Hindus vino havo been mal
Ing their pllgrlniiige from the East
to. til o I'liltecl Stalis nro pronounced
physically unlli. It li staled bv
tUoko-w4i(-iii-iuaJ.,'Jcd to speak that
a rigid examination of nil Hindus
would re.nilt In the deportation of
at least 50 per cent, mi tho ground
that upon arrival In the Stntc.i thuy
might becomo public charges and
that they aro nliVsltnlly unlit for
work on the trunseomliientnl rail
ways, or In Hid lumber mills or or
chards of tlie' I'm Hie Slope.
It Is the IIIiiiIih on biurd tho Pa
cine liners that tegulnrly ton li nt
Honolulu that give tho local quarnn
tine nuthorltli'H Hie inci-l trouble In
the grant ig of pratique lo essels.
"I will euturo a guess that at
least four thcuEand Hindus havo
passed through Honolulu within the
past year." said nn ulll-lal this morn
ing, as tho Tenyo Mnru was about
to cast off her lines for Yokohama,
Jnnan norts nnd .Hongkong. "The
stream of East lnd'u'.' Inborcta con-
tlnucs at the rale of iibout'one hun
dred n week. On every transpacific
iteamer carrslng pasfcngers inn
Kast Indlamcn have becomo a rcgu
'ar part of the complement of pas
songors. "Hindus themselves who epeak
English unhcslltntlngly declare upon'
being qtirstlnneii that they are only
the forerunners of the tldo that will
sweep forward to tho Coast from tho
Junjab und oilier paits of India
within a few )c.irs. San Francisco
nppcars to be the great objective!
noliit of tho East Indlumen who nro
looking for work.
"In almost ovcry lue'nnco nono of
the Hindus upon nrilvlng there has
more than nbuut $25 In money.
"Among all tho thousands who
havo genu to the Coast In tho lust
vcar tees than n dozen women havo
i. -, .!. i..inni . Tim
"vu .....u.,U - -
women and horde of half-starved
hlldron aro to coino later, nrcnr.l-
tig to their statements. Every
I.nd. that obtains work, whether
li, itv or country. Is bound to send
fo- father, brother or other relative.
and In this endloss-chaln manner'
tliev will, unconsciously or other
wise, bring a delugo of turbnned hu
man.' v upon thd Coart from India
that will, In the opinion of tho au
thorities, cast the Chinese Immlgra
t'on of Bome years ngo and the Jap
aneeo coolie iivarlon of Hawnll of a
nioi-e recent period Into tho shado."
Tho Wulnlin lantntlon doRlr"s to
fe-ree n stnt ment ma to In the morn
r...r to .he effect thnt that nl.in-
tmlon wns shiiipliiK honey in gisollne
.i-ums While tho plnntntlnn Is using
diiim's'fopcontaln'ers tho contents is,
molasses, not honey. .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
7h- An-.rr.e-.n Hawaiian Taper Co.
carries by far tho largest and most ,
vailed line of paper In tho Territory
also paper bags, stationery, etc. I
Nul, n ontli of sixteen years of
ige, who la charged .wltji assaulting
a nelrlilnr. was ,'r.ent Alone th the
Juvenile ronfiim'J.lndeeftlidr.iile thin
mornmc P T, J
M I SlUafc who Is chargo.l with
l.irccm oi the coal from the wrecked
ship IMg.i. was committed lo tht Clr
nilt Oniirffnr trial, and the casl will,
he in.yie a ft one ' i
Hen l.iil.iji who Is nlleged to, have
inn Into wMorryelltl I) Panto nt tho
Peninsula last week api eared In
court (his inoriilii': hill his cae was
sent out till toiuoi-nnv week. I
Thomn-" Heotl wl. i was acquitted on
a charge of attempted rape, has lie n ,
charged wlih common assault nnd
hatterj and mil h.to lo appear h-
fore th District t'onrl on ug,it '.
(Continued from Patrc 1)
drews that M'
i , , -, I
thiiild i.wIkii Imuie-
dlauiy iiijon 11 moiion .... his -rxoa
..ration" being circled. This mis u
roinpi mnls.. iiirnsiiie. designed to
uh tiwiam'f mi i lie miriiniiii7.t'i
. .. .... t. ..I
mil It niiceecdfil tl Hie eite.i.l of win-
X J "'
..1.4.. n M .itt...,. . .... II-J ...I...
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z u :: v iy " ,: ,1 , II win..tiM.n i. p.-sibi,fmi.tin) w-
know, tj,...vo .haired his 1H -f !lU.ntmlly tacllMi Vnilnow or l-Hifos-hat
Andrews shou d .be droppld by ,,, , , to , h'
he commlttco fur
The meeting yesterday nflornoon
flrit resolved lln.'lf Into u illsciisslou
is to wheth'r or not II should he open
to the public. John Ijine was favor-1,,.
able to n public kcsslcn but tho major-!
ty of the commltleo was against It
.nil the iletibcrntlnns continued b
hind closed doors.
When the proporltlon of exonerat
ing Andrews nnd then allowing him
o leslgn wan put l.ane voiced li de
cided objection. In the couruo of his
statement he lUclared that Andrews
h.id been cmployeil us the "lianuou-
Izer and organizer" of the Republican
ario urn. . ;. ...... .U..V, ''-
.H.te wor.t he I..H b-ea appolne,.!
to do. iJino refouod briefly tu tno
cliarces of nccentlnu tTiilil from Cohen
for "personal services, declarlnKtbat
tho committee could lorm Its tiw.f judg
ment on that point. Ho dwelt parti
cularly on the result In tho Manor,
precinct where by Ids underhanded
methods Andiow'H had succcdod In
stirring up unalterable hostility of I be J
oollil llepulillc.ius mid nail dune (Ulnga
Hint could not bo successfully explain
edj. I.ano pnluted to. the Manou situa
tion us proof .osltlY.i that Andrews
wus tin uneufo man lo Intrust with the
responsible wink of prepailng for the
cainpalgn that Instead of producini;
harmony tlnd accord ho had suceeded
In producing a condition of affairs, that
Jeopardized tho standing of tho party.
Then cam? tho proposition' roin
Wuterlioiuo that If Hie motion of ox
oiicratlpn was carried Andrews would
quit Immediately a motion Hint was
received with nstunlshment bj Atkiu-
bon, I.nuo and Alii.
at Ion nferied to
th., IS. Cohen draff
Hint Andrews received "tor the party
of the third pan" natno and resi
dence unknown. Tho second exoner
ation hail to do with the atlldavlt of
Charles O. Hnrtlclt. Manager of Hi
Honolulu Hrqwcry. iwhi swine to An
diews' proposition to peddle tho Re
publican pirly. plalform and princi
ples, for tho comparatively trifling sum
of $2300. Dut tho exonetnllon carried.
ievcrtholess, tho exhaustive nnd specl-
. ' ()f't)l0 aiMavt rcVMn ,hP
piopusltlon of Andrews to the ftmall-l
est 'delall being Ignoicd.
When -tho atlldavlt exniiernlloa wasj
put on inotlfm, l.ano again voiced imt
objection, uecinring tnai Aiiurews iia'i
much to bo thnnkrul for wllh the first
motlou and that tho Commllleo was
going to nbsiird lengths,
Lano declared that ho wanted u
gle up his proxy and leave tho tne t -
Ing after tho first motion was crrrled
by the votes of Watcrhouse. Macr.ir-
lane. King and Voeller but ho was
prevailed upon to stay. When tho
seiond motion carried Atkinson could!
contnln himself no longer nnd getting
I tu his feet declared that tho Commit
too was disgracing Itself In unpicci -
.dented action In a scandal that should
'bo dealt with rigorous.')' and boldly.
Ho declared that the notion of tho
.coinmiuuo venuatiy ni'.i " '
vu.i, m ,.-.v . . """";'
and bo accordingly jxskeif hat his r-
ilntlo on the Terr itorlal Cen tral
Committee bo ncce, oil. . N o action
I" taken tlj. meeting adjourned.
CHOLERA AT TOklO.
A cable has beqii'incolved nt this,
port to the effect that nn cpldemlo
of cholera now prcvals nt Toklo,
Japan. It Is prcsumeJ that the
malady has made 11b nppearatico fol-
lcw'ng In the wako of tho series or
When the liner Tenyo Mnru visit
or Honolulu on Inst Sunday, Inquiry
. .... , . ..,
wns "'a" 0I "l0 U",C'B lu """'
ll" presence of cholera or ether In-
fectous dlseaso ut Yokohama nnd
Toklo, but th reported ouUireuk was
Our New Phone
City Transfer CJ-t(
Canter On. Electric Horse
Will Soon Be
To enloy n canter or n tr.il on the
IiIrIi peas while voyaging between the
Orient nml Iks Occident Is within the
.lealni if posnllilllty when Hie largo
new To)i Klsen Kalsli.i l.mv (Ic'nyn
Maui le.ivpi tho ship janls ill Naga
saki, Japan, tho (list of next April
oj her maiden Mi.igo to Honolulu
mid San 1 ranelsiii.
iiiv viitiin iivipi- n H PI I III Mill I Wl f
, , . r i...
Bl pppeiHos will be ou of tho many
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"' ""' I'" HVSHjt lll"IUIVII . '!
IiAII'iI lltlu I'lBUnl firti. Mt lliu nil tort.i
MI - JH - i r, tho.shlp.
. .7 ":;" "" "' ."V"-r
er tho iixlngencl'8 oi oiery day life
aihorc, has been denied him.
"There's going to !' some class to
. , , , ..
in., iitnvn nil,., wi.a. id fln.ii.iinni.ru
"""""'"-" -v... .-.-.
, . ,!' Wf"H i .J1"'.1. poh,,,cr c,!w
" y - - -
purser of tho liner Tenyo Maru this
"Tho Ocnyo will nlo have n pretty
palm gaidcn an what Is known its
deck A. This place will be fitted up
regardless of cxpenrc H wld ''e n
tlraly enclosed In glass. Within will
bo planted'n vnrloty-or tropical pl.nts
and shrubs. It will rcrvo ns a cool
and popular rclrcat during Hie evening
.-71,6 ocnyo Is-to cirry an mcl.es-
0no want always begots omtbor
., .fc, ..,, ..,..
never could bo considered a howlmg
success without the accompanying
ntralns from a well qualliled band of
"There's notjltg Inn; good for tho
CcnyJ Mnru, and )ou can take It from
l m." I i
The nw gyn. Is b-und to becomo
n popular resort with tho tourists us
well us tin "pesiilars." TI1030 fes
tines will bo Hie first to be Installed
on a vesel cmsrlng the Pacific.
With the cniuidfilnii of llle (lonyo
and her going' Into commission, the
Toyo Klseir 'KalsliH will then plnco
six steamers, hi the trans-Pacific ser
vice, leaving the three large liners to
cover the lln.1 class business while
tho Nippon, Hongkong .nnd America
Minis w-lil go Inio the second class or
In making bid for tho Intormc
dlato business. Hie Japanese Hue 1 1
...... 11., ml vll1 M1-.I.-A uerlrnlfi lnro.td3
,. ,)f ,,,,
Should tho hitler company find th'
competition with tho Japanese too
keen It may mean tho. withdrawal of
thn China from thai service aud the
placing her on ilio run between San
Francisco and Honolulu as u local
(Continued rrom Pace 1.)
Ing automobile, which ho overtook nt
nichurds street. Ixird win placed
' under urrest.'niid tiikon to the iiollcc
station. Then some fun Blurted us
Lord found that ho did not havo tun
hundred dollars that wns lequlreil
for ball. For n while It looked us If
the amateur chnulTeur would have to
go "down below" for tho night. Tho
receiving clerk wus determined to put
! I,ord uway In a snug plnco If tho ball
money was not, forthcoming. "Don't
you know who ,1 iimT" Inquired, Lord
tho tho lecelvlng clerk, 'I urn E. J.
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UCIIIIIJ,' ll,iy f,er,tUill f UIJIUU 111!
dlfforcncp who U was; everyone Is
alike when In custo.dy. Then Lord
wunt,ei to B9p tho, Depijty, Sheriff, but
Hose WN no( around just then,
The .receiving clcrk "yawned .pm"!
snld hn minattnd It wns nbuut time for
the spec,d artist to jnko up, ils nboda
In fi cit-irlnt rell ",1iivn l.ptniv . ljinl
... ..,.,..... v... .... ..-.. -r
ut last prevailed ,on the captain of tho
watch to allow pullcemim to uccom
puny him on a search for Deputy
Rose, nnd as soon as ihut ofilclal was
found E. J wus released on his own
I rccognlzanco to appear this morning
nt tho Police Court
Plinuf Phlttn lion im Ifn n'ltl wlin
....... w. ...... ....... ...w ..-..V-
tried to cut his friend's head off with
OF BAIL MONEY
,(llj;lccn ciloniM.r wua roprcsetitrd Inlnppllcnnt should carefully consider
court ,, ,nonllllB uy c p, chilling-'not only whero ho desires a lot, but
jWortlt, Tho nutlter went over till Aujnlso whether ho Is qualified to take
I BUSt 23. , , u homestead. A porsou Is not qual -
Number Will Ho
i. . j ".,
An ofilclal count of Japanese sub on the Democratic ticket. daughters, K. Hlraoka, - Soga. 3. Ko-
Jecls In llnwal, after the departure Calhcart Is said will develop con- jlma and two children W. Preuss, H.
of the Toyo Klsen Knislm Unersl'lorablo strength In the Fifth District Meaklu, Mr and Mrs. U Gets, T.
Ten,., Ma... for tho Orient H,lswbero he has lived for years. i Kamotsl, C. P. Halle). M. To) a. ,
morning would reveal u .shortage of Wlll ,l10 om, of rll,pf clcrk un" WATERFRONT NOTE3 f I
three hundred nnd fifty-one. ns this "'" Iloa.l Supcrvlror John Wilson pays ,, ' .
number took their departi.ro for Dla n K0"'11- monthly tlin,i. Mr .Call-, IN ADDITION to a general )(no of
Nippon nt HI o'clock timid thn liliiru'carl ls crCl,llei1 wllh 1)clnK w'l'lng to nicrclinn.llsb nnd supplies the Jnter
of band melMiy u, the baiuaM from I " lcr'!onn1, Kaln to enter Island steamer Mauna Kea sailing for
almost n thousaini throats. , I11,10 lls " " !,n.w m?k'r n'"1 aI(0 1,lB 1, nml way iK.rts at ten oclock this
Tn denarturi) of tlm Ihiiui csJ,lace '" p",'l,l' 1,allfl- morning carried a large list of, pas-
n, J.J .,.. JM"JCM ,,, llouutCM ,,,, berore the sengers. A number of tourists left
lner was an anln.ated one (An Doin0cl.atc .ronvrnlon wllll a mlml)Cr for tt vlMI , ln volcano. The vessel
hour before the- tailing of lit, h of ,h t . , , d fqllowcro of , Rchc,ulci, lo rotllrn on Saturday
se, aiokki winrr, i.s well nn tne jDfrcrltoI1.
decks of tho xtnanicr. was llinnuVd," . -,,, . , .
Lt.'lt1i It liflfcr. It Imiatilitfii tt til, I liif
- i.... ; . .(
wen io reinuvn or i.icn.i.
Two lilRiiRi.Rwnf wero.conjesl.- r:.,
cd with lung, lines, of piiMicngcrs nnd CICIIDC IW Q II CQ
viillors. Tho wharf, offlfllilly, rer. ' T 1 1 1 1 1 1 P. Ill ilfllT.ll
Ualnly bnd-4ihelr-lianda fulliJn taking
Icnre of the crowd, nnd.lt Was wlthNi
n sigh of relief that they saw the
".am mornng nun tufi, ,on nun mo
. . . ... ......... ... . . . .....
ulg ha y Bleam nut ituo.iiie nariior
'with the friendly asslstun.c of the
watscn tug intrciiii.
... ...n .,
Tho Jopanesa toon cleared out the
stoik In trade of thn lol vendors, of Oahu was sold nt 30.G2',S. Two hun
Long rowj of refreshment wagons drcd and ten shares of Olaa went at
did a rushing hui-luess. The depart-
Ing Japanese In.-luded onn hundred
and twenty two men and slxty-eljlit
women. The remainder of the total
number lenvliiR -Honolulu
chlldieu m.ii i,
jierger anu nis- .nRgrcKiio.i n
Territorial m.iBlcIans .alternated In
mo program Wino,rcm....oi. oi '"!', V,,M l)y.lnw": or (2) unless ho Ib nt
nneae uatmnal alrsius .well-as Wi.8 lewt elBhtcen ycarB of Ke. pr (;
gjeat Aracrlcsn nirs-tlroe,. . ... ,f np. 1( UJ1,Pr rlvn ,,ranlUy for
During tho isxteuded ctny of the n ot( or (4) lr ,o has made
Tenyo at the port, tbu through pas-n m accIaraUoll ln nl),lytB' for
scngers wero given umpleopporttl- ,nn(J um,er the ,and lawg of afll;
nlty to view tho. Iiesuty spots t,t or (r) f ,(0 , IeIlnr,uent ,n tho
Honolulu. . payment of Ills tnxei In the Tcr-
The Waredu baseball team was ()f Iaw1l. or ((5) j, lu or
Included among tho flnl-clnss pas- hg w,fj nj. ,)oU ()f ,hem togetll(.r
cengers Mklng Ihelr departuro for own olher ,am, n Uawn ,0 tIl0
Japan. The party wns the reclp.wntsCXl t f cl()t.. ncrcg Kltnor hua.
of a big ovation Tro.n hundreds of ,ju)ia or w,fe f ot!lnwlse qualified.
Jnpanewj admirers. Under' a burden nmj. 0 lJy fQr ,nn(, ,n nJ. ,ani, d,.
or lets they lined the rails of tlio y r,on ,mt not ))()h ,n 10 Bamo
vessel us she steamed away from the lUvl(,on illul after cUner llBB tf.
wharf nnd out through the channel. .,.,, n lo, ... nIlv divi.t,,., tho .i,.
(Continued from Pase 1)
i? irv thut I tin tin tt lit ni it f tut 1'iiwl
division l, placed on the outside lot
the envelope In the space rcM-lvcd
u i I
'some "wri.e the section by nnnHc.1
nml I some leave tbf .part , blank alu-T
gethcr. In the first caco the num-.
ber of tho d.UIon may bq Ailed
In. but ...the. latter case t'hc npplt
calo, ban to bo returned ,0 l iHo
.ouder nnd sent In ugalu em-lowl 1"
a properlv-maiked envelope. ,"
In Kino uf tho applications tho ,. ," , , , . Vnr ,
n.. leant names the numbers of tho."'1 l", "ni"1 to ',lIl P,"ed w"' ,b0
,J. ...V.I.U i. i.... Ti.1., oa exhibition at tho odlco of tho
li, la t,iui:ii I1U n I. lien li, i.i.i.f, . ,.n
U entirely unneccHsary nnd hns no
offect whatever. Uubagents' olllces mo ht tho follow
In the drawing, the first envelope e ,a0Ps.
out of the box will entitle tho own- lBin(1 ', Hawaii Land OfllJc.
er to his first chol.o In tho lots. . C()trt Honol(na. Court
nnd each will bo given his tlio'L-e House, Wnlmon; Court House, Ko
In tho turn In which bis uppllca- lia)a. Court mlMi Kaua. omce ot
tlon comes from the box. subngent, Kealakckua; Court House,
In addition lo being made out cor- Wniohlnu,
rectly. tlio nppllcatVm must ho ,.., ' MQUiom(.. r ......
sworn to before a subagent of the
t.h.B.1 l.fnfe.! l.A 9 AHA II lintnillf lllltllll
lnud board or before a npary public.
100 mosi impuru.iu 01 uiq isruc- House, I.uhalnn.
tlcns to applicants follow; .. island of Oahu Ofllce ot the Com-
The envelope piust bo Beeiirely , m3t,1()nui. ot pnc ,aiuli. Hono
t'onlqd and should have. the roqiilstf o )iu.
postago placed upon It, nnd musl ,,and of Knual Court Home, Ll
not bear any mark which will 'show hll0. cfflc0 of BUUaKentl Kapaa: of
whoso application it is. lloforo limll- nce 0f subagent, Kalaheo.
lug It. tho .applicant must writn In- irtnnd of Moloknl Court House,
uie iiiiiok space liiuiteii on ui eii-
velopo.tho number of the land dlvl-
slonlu whlh bo desires a lot. 'Tho
envolope must not contain moro hnn
ond application or any other puper
than the application; nnd no person
rlnll present more than, one appllca-
tlon for tho same land division, but
he may nretent one nnnllcatlm for
, . . , ,, , 1
each of as many land divisions us
a ldielta.ia A flat. 1. i.na ontrtfitu.l fl
HIJ UVBil ,0. 4it WW HUB OVUVIVU
lot in one division, ho cau not se-
lect one In env other division.
llofore nmMlnB nn application, the
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,H FCtHCICN JfORTfc
San Ffaiitl.Kw Railed, Aug. 2!1,
2 p. m., S. S, Korea, for Honorulu.
San Francrsco Arrived, Aug. 23,
8. 3. Wlllielmlna, hence Aug. 1"
Victoria Arrived, Aug. 23, S. 3.
JcMnhdln, hencd Aug. 17.
Robert XV. Csthcart. Chief Clerk for
the Honolulu Road Department Is out
for the nomination of representative
llinnilnr llln fll I I
m nnii.r ut III uu
nnlm tn'l.i nl il nrt nn tlm Slne.W R.
chango this morning and twenty'
snares of Mcnryilo wero taken at WW.'
iietwcen boanls ten sbarcs or woi-
mea Sugar sold nt 140 and n block of
,...v... .....- ... .. - r. c
130. A block of one hdndrcd shares,
; twenty shares or waiaiua going ai
(l.tttta and BMy
shares of Ewa at
' 3MC-BULLETIN ADS PAY-W
' ' J li Ji M " l "
ir.e.l: (1) Unless he Is a citizen of
, ,, ej,i, hno ,ii,e,i
hla ,ntonU,n to U(H.om0 Buch M ,,ro.
cr can not select one In any other
division. The applicant should also
'remember that he can not transfer
.hf right of selection to another per.
'ton ami thut, as shown below, there
aro many restrictions upon his right
to cell, lease or otherwise transfer
tho land, whether before or after he
obtains his patent; and that ha
must swear In his application that
he deslics tho laud solely for his
own use und benefit; consequently.
he .hoiiia carefully consUcr whether
10 wnnU,ft "J1 . or "8 own nM ""
home nnd whetlier ho ran comply
tno ro'"""ns hereliinlter set
-irfaW appllcoflon. en-
...... ....,. ,, ' . '
0ef lth the address of tho
Coniml..loner printed on-t. era. and
"'", l'npers na , .formation may
5? front he Commlss loner
:,""!:' ' " """',':." " "
Commissioner and of each such agent
i mill atili .n rrsint 'Plin niroiito1 iiid
pBCIlt( Mnkuwoo; Court Houso. Ha-
na. Court Uouso, Walluhu; Court
A)l drawings will take plnco nt1
tll0 Cal)Uol llu1()lnBi Honolulu, be-
Bnlng nt 10 a. m.. 11s follows:
0n Thursday, October 27 1910 for
tll0 first' division: on Friday Octo-
uer 8, 1910, for the second dlvl-'
,. on Saturday, October 29, 1910, '
r, .i, n,.i a ili.i. .. .'",:..'
......w, uu ...uiinaj,
October 31, 1910, for the fourth dl-
... . -
jbio, for the fifth division; on Wed -
nesduy. November 2. 1910. for ibn
vii lucmiuj, inuvuiiiiif'r 1.
xt, uirision; and on Thursday.'
November 3, 1910, for tho seventh
division. The drawings w.'Jl bo pub-
c, nnd applicants may be present
or not, as they prefer.
ON PAGE FOURTEEN.
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Monaay, nug. t.. j
Oavlota Falls of Clyde, Ani:
p. m. V
Kauai ports N,peau. sttnr., 5 p. m.
Malil ports' Llkcllkc, stmr., 5 'p. m.
Tuesday, Aug. 23. t
Hongkong via Japan ports Tenyo
i Mnru, Jap. stmr.) 10 a: in. r
' Hlb via way ports MaunaJKea,
Etmr, 10 n. m.
Mahukona and Kawalhae Wallcln,
stmr., noon. )
Per T. K. K. S. 8. Tenyo Maru, for
Japan ports nnd Hongkong, Aug, 23
Mr. and Mis. T. Siimlda andj, two
, morning In time to discharge Irargg
!,, ,-.. rv iM,-'neetni inn
nrnnn.l Ihn lslnnil of tfnnnl
AT SIN. o'clock..thls morning tho
'Matsr.n Navigation steamer Nevndan
snlleit for Islan.l norts there' to tnko
inn n hlnment nf snn.ir nn.t then nro-
cee'il to San rr.inelRro.' 'Thn vessel
will take on about one thousand tons
.. ...... . .... ..
or sugar ai Kannim isnu win tnen
visit, fort Alien and lino, 'I no steam-
er Is taking ten thousand cases of
pineapples in auuition to oiner lines
of Island products.
ONE OF THE two new Dread
noughts authorized by the last session
of Congress will ho bu " In the New
York Navy Yard nnd It Is jiosslhlp
the oilier ship also may be; built by
the Government. Tha n-JW ships will
be of 27,000 tons displacement nnd
will be larger than the Wyoming or
Arkansas, now building.
THE N,AVY Department has decid
ed that tho defective armor furnished
by a steel company for the battleship
North Dakota must be replaced by tho
contractor, hut that the Government
shall remoye tho old armor and put
on tho new. The decision also affects
other Bhlps over whlcn similar ques
tion has been raised.
THE FIVE-MASTED schooner Oak
ley C. Curtis, Captain Hotchklns. ar
rived at Philadelphia recently, artor
mnklug tho fastest rouij.i trip between
that port and Portland ever negotiat
ed by n sailing Ve.!3l The rounll trip
was- made In 13'4 days, snd Included
the delivery at tho M.lln-) port of 370)
tons of porl. '
THE DRITISH freighter Selsdon,
from Newport News, now fifty-four
days out from that jmrt and the Bri
tish steamer Damara sailing from Nor
folk u day later are expected to show
up nt Honolulu within a few days.
Doth vessels aro bringing coal for thn
local naval station,
IF THE Norwegian bark 'Lady
Elizabeth ls really coming to tho Ha
waiian Islands the vessel Is certainly
making a long iiassago. Acc6rdlng
to records on file the Lady Elizabeth
sailod from Hremcrhavcn one hundred
and seventy-one days -ago.
ADVICES re9elvc.1l.her.ti, aro, .to the.
effect that the German ship Mabel
lllckmors has been placcdjn.tlie,borth
at Hamburg to load' general European
cargo for Honolulu. According lb luto
reports tho vessel had 'not yet galled
for the Islands. '
TWO WINDJAMMERS aro op. tho
berth nt Giaya Harbor to load full
shlpuents of lumber for Hllo. Hawaii.
Tho American schooner Hbrealls In
reported to have sailed on AuguBt. 2nd,
w)th the Hawaii metropolis as her
THE ARRIVAL of Iho Matsou Navi
gation steamer .Enterprise at ' San
rr.-uicisco is reported by cable re-
celved yesterday. Tho vossei brought.
a few passengers ana a shipment oC
sugar irom Hllo. .
TO THE AORNCY.of V. L. WaJdron,
the Dritlsh freighter .Qreystoke paBtlo
from Antwerp and Euiopean .porta
with merchandise for tho Hawaiian
Islands s out 53 days from thfc Del
glau iort today. ,,, e 1
., A,ilm ENT plumber for .Peart
IIBr1b,dc ,s. l0 bo d.lBnried froii U10
NorUwc?t vc BOon- The material
, ".',0 hrouKht down to tho Inlands
y Amer,can Wiooucr M. Timer,
Tir SAHJVn ntih . h J ,.
,c I from Honohm bm,nr p I'Ur'
'' Irom "onolpu bound for San'Fran-
Cisco is reported.
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1 "" TO MARIHER3.
k! .' i".. .lAN9B-CAr'
Notice Ib hereby given that Outside
uas uuoy, No. 3SD. San Dleco
ranee, California. Is rnnrt,i v.
tltigulshcd. it will iw rellgbted as.
soon, as practicable. '
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