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TtCT .9 EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T II miDAY SEPT 10. 1910 Vuw-tt 1 M. m : Masonic Temple Weekly Calendar MONDAY: l'nclllc-Stnlfil. Honolulu htnli il. TUE8DAYS Oceanic Tlilnl lltgrtc. WEDNESDAY: ,llnwallan llrM Digrrr. THURSDAY: ' "Honolulu Chapter llcirulur 5 . in. FRIDAY: Perfection llli Brgrec nml t Slli Digm. OATURDAYt -4l J' All visiting members of. tb Urdr are cordially Invited to nitsud meeting of local lodges Meet on the 2nd and 4th M ' Mondays of Jsk IfW nt K. T Hall f m0r 7.30 r. M r UARINE EHBINrFW' Membeij of fcKEFICIAL AHWIATION. K auuiy invited. HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1, C. 0. F, I.lcets cTcrjr Monday evening at ?:su in i. o,o,F, lull, lrt street is. . HKNUiiy, Secretary. T II. E. McCQY. K'nlilo rirnn.1 'A1P visiting brother! -very cordially lnea- t-. ,M, OAHU 10DQE, No. 1, K.ofP, .Meets, cory first nml third Fri- may evening at 7.30 In K. ot l Hall, corner Port and Hcrctnnla. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to attend, K. WM JONES, C C. O. 1'. HEINE, K. 11. B. HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. It. M. Meets every first and third Thurs days of each month at Knights ot l'jthlas Hall. Vaulting brothers cor dially Invited to attend. . A. h. EAKIN, Sachem. r E. V. TODD, C. oX-H.-.,w HONOLULU AERIE, 140,. P. 0! ti. a ' . , j Meets on the' 2nd and 4th WED- KE3PAY evenlngi cvtteacji mpnlil h't 7:30 o'clock In K. ot rvllall,' corner1 Boretnnla and Fort Btreets. A ' VUttlng Eagles are Invited to at ' m w. n. iuley, w. r. Jrtr,! i'p wm: c. McCoy, boo. HONOLULU L0BQEt 010, B. P. 0. E. 'Honolulu Lodge No. 616, II P O Elks, meets In their ball, on King Street, near Fort, eery FrMay eve ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially Invited to attend, JA3. D. DOUdHDim', E. 11. GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec WM. McKTNLEY LODGE, NO. 8, K.of r. Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday evening at 7 30 o'clock In K of V Hall, cor. Fort and ncretanla. Visit ing brothers cordially Invited to at tend. ' 4 i H. A. TAYLOn, C 0. E. A. JACOBSON, K. It 8. Complaining about the water supply won't help any, but a Redwood Round Hoop Tank attached to the city main toll give you a constant sup ply of clear water. Wc will le pleased to furnish details, viM' , r Lewors'& Cooke, Limited 177 S. KINO STREET M. E. Silva, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER , Prompt and Polite Attention I CHAPLAIN I A NE, OPPOSITE OATH0L10 SISTERS Phone 1170 HiRht Cull 10J1 e Compartments in the City Mausoleum For FarticulHii (Mimic- of T0WN8EW) UNDERTAKING (jo Limited DEM. COUNTY , ! i . i CONVENTION! f Continued fi-nm Tit IV pflled n fair t tilts In llin ciiiina ilia morning were Kime and Peters ru time wns ' t In tin1 nrginlxi tlon Of thi convention this uinrnlnir the naming of committer-) being , .... .I. . i ru ctcotii mi nncr "'n(',MKti i, been elected rccrcliir) The commltli- bn rrclenlhls was first appoint . fSii th iconnrl being I iwelawe Sol "-'a. Mimic n. rtnthlmrn and lien Dole from tlio Fourth district an I A K "WlllirtniM. William Kail. Kiihlnnnn Mcwch Ak-iwn nn I A Kahnnvhiul from 'ho nrili illntilrt The riilc cum mil I pc of Hie conven Hon was rnnilltiitcd M tnlltms. lo'irlh i r'red Turrlll, I V Atcli A V. farter A V. ivtor. .Icnao Ulunllil Fifth district -I). K. Kaapu. Tliomas Clark J,nm M Kaihlun J K Nnnihlnu nod J rt. Andrews I'latrorm cimuulltoc V S IMIiirh William Wolter. tjuotpp Knnc n fl Hlicnburc Itoliort I'.ihau Firm ,ll 'I let IM lit r-nltnun Ohm Kalcltihio. S K llin rlw.ird Uk and Chariot I awo KnittliU cf FMIilas hall was crowd A llh iiumlicrs of Iho fry ililrlng the cnnwtillon nn-l H'ie the Tcrrllo rial couPiiilin llii'io was music and entliuslaitn, ihioughout the n.o nine icsslcn Wbllo It Is nppir'nt lint liliny rtr (ho delegates nrc iloilliltiil .ilioul the lilank ih it wai Inriiriiornttd In llio Territorial jihtforni tiklni;.. ritllc.i' stand ngnlnut tlic i-llimflhtlim (tf Tor iltorlal uoKnrii b) fnmllRrnllon II li iirobahlo thil nn cxpresslnn of dls sent will he caicfully Mtlflcd If II should threaten to npiicar In the fill ami count) conciitlu The ilcligalVs from the oilier lx ands declare Hint thrv nrn rm Mi' Cmidlcss for vlnt llr term hit coll 8lstent slnnd on the Immigration pro Mem The nrgumi ut Is common nmoni: Hie tntxt knnl aillinrcnu .r democracj tint The 1Ioh Is cnlllled to the milled support or tin llnnall.ins IrrOatwrMt n ut iifiHIItttl ttntllnf l,tn U causo of hljMlhidc on lmmlRrallon In llio Interests of c Itlrcns ot '(ho Ter illory ' fj vTfia Bqijs of the, pirty and the ketip cta op ilVdHiufsr 'Htrlngs Is hhorlng dlllgenl ftuiHs, lkltiR nothliiKti'n M'tt.u tyitiiitiiiiiijiiiiii .tiuttfH.iivn ilfruiii bled to bolii coincnilon's tint the In auRuraiMfiVitt'Atil thintUrtlon mW by tlioillenulillcan lurtv wmhHic crc.il est Crlmd' that. Imr. b'en pcrpclralcd Ho Is also Issuing warnings that llio imwHpaperH iiuiHt not bo bolleeil Dial TTwti nVif Till "oiinmr. u .if tlift llnuattiill nconln nnil-lli.it tifillitin? h.iIiI on I lit polltlcnl sttuatlon niuit bo liollocd (Continued from Pace 1) Bold tho bales at l lie late of 1 10 each. The bales were worth ISO each, but Tin Soon, who needed the money to inako his lit tempt at es cape from the Islands, let them Ko at halt prlio ' How did joii get the Ii.iks?" In quired I'roDccutor Ilrown of 'I In Soon this morning "I forgcrj Burke's namo'to ,nu order mid ob tained llio lugs In that w.i," in. piled tho jouth Tho prosecution procd tho fact that Tin Soon bad obtained the bugs from tho different llrms, and that he had told two tiales of 800 hags each to 1 ujl, the defcudnut In the case After tho piosccutlou rested, Judgo Hiimphrlis, who appeared for l'ujl, inmcil that the defendant bo discharged, as there was no eldmo that the bags were stolen "The biles wero obtained on n forged order and were not stolen," cnld Humphries, 'and It Is Tin Soon who Is guilt) ut forgery and not lui icn ' luilgn Aiulrndo said that tho ob ladling of goods on a forged order was stealing, mid that there wero mill) iiisc to bear out the fuel Humphries then mow'd.thul tho ease bo rent over till next week, as he w is not ii.ulj ut that lato hour to produie bis witnesses The matter therefore went oer till Thursdu) next It will lie "-iicmlicrcd that the oh npn or Tin Soon mused u sonsi Hnu boiuc luonths ago Tho iiiiin. who was horvlug a )car seiitoiuo for linen slutting, had ln'nn iiimlo n trustv nml was allowed to drlvo thu wiigon which weiil mound town on i,u Ions errands for thu prleon One il.D Hi n wiignii was round doicrtod in n rtrrit loruur, nud (or 1.01110 iIidh no pIkii nf Till 80011 was srou 'I fun 11 winlei to tlio HUrrn ellelt . nl 1I10 fact Hint tho ewnpcil prison 1 1 was on bouril 1 1 pun unltiil nl Han I'm 111 1 wo I hi' 111 ui Imld l Hid polU'n till 1 1 h uudi ul llm pilsiiii tsiuff Ksnt iiium in in 1 in Auuii ut llr.t iluulwd LOCAL AND GENERAL The tablet sold by the Bullc- tin for a nickel is twice as large as the tablet usually sold for this price. - . v" Autos per hour lt, S'lab,c, . Bethel Street jrack ghtlll j,lono ,. 18 without saying that overy ing Is Host nt The Kucoro The Anchor Huloon Is now n curio museum world seeing Don t forget ' For distilled wuicr, lilies Boot Beer nnd nil other iKiptilnr drinks It. Eg up Phono 2171 I'uniulldnted Soda, W ork. Senator It T Mcore who went to California to sluil) pollllcs, was among tho Incoming piscngeiH to dii) frtini linn rrnticlKco. llllhril .1 Will 1 r mid litmi' I. Me Loan weio loiln) ilppolnled Jilr) cum mlrslont'is h Hie JuiIhs or the I'll fllll t'dilil of ifonoiiilil S K Km 1 his nlb'l suit iUihiHl Oavl.l Kuwn ami Divld K1I111II cli 111 lug that the ileiend ih(, owe him f'iSt for professional services lemlered 'I he Nttllitin Villlo) loughs lnvi been all mrestol attilll iiiiiI at Ihc police t'ourt this morning tin) weie remnuiled till Weduisilii) n-t 'or trial. The rislrlcl, Court 100111 now looks llkil new. mid llio disks and tables ImJ all lie.cn varillrhed Imlg- An tirade ineriictdl Hie wok .111 1 Hi 1 suit Is n gooil Job Miss (Jiac,o r.lrsoil hi' id lilllllner trlmnier ror Hie l'llniln II 11 Shilp 10 lurittil HilH liiornlmi fiom the niilit ltlld,falun I'Oyt'is. wjieie the Ins bjj'n( uToclltift ttlotk ' fliO tiutlnliuftit ln'irs the sign tilfl'H.hf tillages CnOper Whltil y dud Itolillisoii and hlalrs tint tho conmils sloncrx- will lake otnio en I comlier I and tontlmio for one )o.ir from tint date A ItilHslnll diunk was lined II this iiiumlng li) .ludttu Aililrulc I'reit Weed ncleil lis llltcrpr'ler and as lie knows Hull words or the I inginge he was 11 greit silcicss "Jim" the nilplno ilt loctlw par ttMik of an enormous feed of fish Ih other dii) and ho Ik came III Ills i) of explaining nutters to the rest trf the staff was th it ho "was too liiuch' koi slek " j Tlittc wero twenl) soun clscs on tho Itjillco tourt eilen r 111 h. iuoi;iu lug bal onl) 0 cnti'de were tried T1 rest wero i-ent tuer for . 11 loin ityi! sons, and the Tin Soon cast along with tlio K0101II one, took priei'lenee Chntles P I.. I.iidlii has llledlhls up plication foi tltlniiKhlp paptls mid the petition will be heard Beteinbcr 31 Tho Ktltloner was horn In (ler man) and came to the Unite ij Slates lamimg nt NewJVnrk Juno. 190.1 Huperlsoc iTuii-Jon'i'.Tof Maul, ;hn nitie down to bo present at the, dTe;rrt9rUil convention of tho Deniocrntl- party, Is booked to leave en tho steamer Claiidlnc, which rills this nflcrnonn nt G o'clock. Sheriff .l.irrelt nnd I'r Mnckall went over to Kaneohe last night to Investlgite tho death of a Chlnnmin whose bod) was found In a much do composed londltlon In n Innel) liousi There Is no suspicion of foul play but the Health Depirtment will muko a thcrough luvcsllgitlon llcorge II McClellnn, private sec ictnrv of Prlnco Knlaiilnniole, Ha waii s Delegalo to Congress, rctiun ed tenia) on the rtcnnushlp Sierra, Hon A 1) Castro, who went to the Slntes on business, wan among tho returning l.nmaaluas toda) In tho Sierra James Wakefield of Tlico H -'l)i-v'lis a Co arrived this morning; bv tho Sierra Mr Wakefield bus been on a liusliKss and pleasure trip that has taken I1I111 to his old homo In tho British Isles us well as through' tho business centers of tho main land lie Duds that business eondl tloue on the mainland liavo Improv ed eonsldoiahl) In tho Inst few mouths Among tlicijnert liantH and Jobbers thero Is n cr) strong oppo sition to the present tariff, nnd thlr, Mr Wakefield believes, Is at the hot torn of the general polltlinl mires'. 1 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS; Entered for Record Sept, 15, 1010. Frcm 10:30 a. m. to 4 n, m. It W Kalalaiiwalo nnd wf to Baker Kclllkull . 1) Western & llawn luvstint Co Ltd to Kaboopolupola (w).., IJ U I! Tung to I Winifred Sun . I) Est of S O Allen b) trs to A P Jones Ilel V Ah I.eo et ul to City Mill To Ltd . . . . .CM Tlio supply of talk always exceeds tho demand Mali) 11 budding genliiit bus devel oped 1 11I0 11 hloomliig Idiot Ills Ideiitlt), but gavo up tho fight when Woods appeal ed tin tho neno Meanwhile High Hheillf Hour)' found tml thai bales of bags hnd been tharged up to the 0 1)111 Prison an mini, mid had mnei been ilVllvnr ei An IlivoMlgiitloii uluiweil, Uml llijrkn's signature in oiileis hud hron fnrRsd, nml hn when Tin Hnou re tinned he ililinllti'il (ivnr)llilng Tin Knoll Is now seivlllH 11 MUllsiiin Uml lllilv iliulih lulu leu Iiiuh uiti mil piulitilily will us m ni u tml I Hi Old Our New Phono Number "Will Bo 1281 Clt) Transfer Co. UlitlS it 1 tllHIli DM' 01' ml 11 ss will wnl tn'o the nillllolialio IKlCW tOKKiiei2l.4- Miolhur eluss when Miss llernke (5 lleiidcr- id Miss Iteinlce Cluldci) Henderson, son bqcomes tin wile of I' Augustus the uetiess, and V Augustus Ilclne, llc,inze Miss llcnderbon iil.i;od tlie tho Montuni copi'er man, whoso en role or Hie Viilni'tre In "A Pool Thuo g.igeinent was reicntl) unnoiinced Was" add has bem on the stage Tor The visit was 1111 early 0110 uml tho several i.lfs I'ntll she was eight pair eseiipcd (.uueinl iibtcrtutlon. Thu jcnrH of age Miss Henderson v.ns nr- cerunouy will take place August JUJ llletcd with hllnilniKM ,Tho man sho llelurt sild be was 10 ) ears old and Is to mariv bus bad 11 most Intiltst-, wus born In Brooklvn Ho gatehls lug career slnco ha went to Monliiiu pl.uo ol roaldcnco ns Butte, Mont, us n mining cuglneci almost Mini- nnd said bn was a nilnei Mrs lion less 11 number ot vi.irs ago Since ill rson said sbo was 20 and lived ln Hint tlmo ho has girnind mlllioiuj this ill) Shu said bet parents. Avoro from tho 010 ulns ol Unite uml other rhonua Golden, born l;i lrelaudJand camiis lu Montaiin and bus ivlso had Mary Cmniiboll This will bo liorsec hls share ot tilts Willi Uncle Sain In loud imirrl lge. She divorced hornrst prosecutions lor nlliged lolatlons of luihliatid, t'liarles A Henderson, In tho national ImnkliiK laws He waiJApill, 1UU9, nnd tlio tourt nwarded recently nciiuittid l 11 federal grand l.ir euslodv or theli one child, a girl, jury and !0ii a moiitli nllmony FEDERAL SITE rvlcClcllan Will'Canvass New Status of Btiiklintj I Proposed. Willi tho object of toiiferrlliK with local busliusj inen nnd H11110 lillu Inteiests In order to raillltute his wtnV nt Washington during tho coming )ear, G II MeC'lellaii, see relai) to Kuhlo, urrlvul todii) f 10111 tho inn) 11 1 mil direct from thu cap Ital Mi M Clellau Is cm his pe riodical trip to tho Islands and Willi bo hero ifut a mouth Ills wiTu Mined In tho Stutes and will rpjtilli ; 1 1 1 tn In (Washington I Setietur) MfClo'lan's lsll Is iar-' tliulailv cniicerned with the rede rn 11 building site nud aitpropil itlous Ho' will luaKn a thorough Investigation of the loinl iltuiitlou nnd will en-' dcavoi to find out wholbei 01 not I Ihein will bo u inn csl..y for art nddltloniil appioiirlatlou Until then, ho ra)s, ho does pot uiro to ilUcuai! tho tiiestIou In detail. 1 Beirtlary MiClellnn rignids tho ameudmeuts ti the laud laws ns Iho mosi imporiuui pieiu 01 1e11er.il lug tslntlon ror Hawaii sliuu iiumixu tlon ami hijs that ho Is well pleated with tho rt suits of tho past )tmr at Washington MolorlstH 1110 nuked by tho llnjii) lliilish Aiitouiohilo Club In forward In tho setrelnry iholoKiiiihs of and' liiloi'iiiiiiloii legnrdiuK iiniiiithurucil ledmed spenl-llmll signs Homo people iiin't son Iho error ol Ihelr hid In inline Iho Insist tin tin pins Hull e)w up )ouis I'm iii u wli llw u mil1 ilnn man l 11I1I1 lu mHk a Mood vuiid foi til 111 sulf (Jas. 11 Love) MIIM'VM'S lOlTi'lt KIMIS. VUitnn to Hi ' .urliigo license biueaii III the eit) hall toil iy Inelud- ENTIRE FArlLYlv1URDERED I'ollttiiuiii, "Ife cud I'he Clillilnn, M.'iirltltnil In Italian 'I own. HEGCIO. Ilnlv, Sc Jit C til tho Jll lie town ir llelhiio, clghl miles soiith or this clt) 0 1 thu strait of Mcsslni. . '"' oin i ii mil i llijvollnii, llsfwUe and flvo children wero niurdcied carl) r l. 1 1 At 2 cm I ik this morning siiuiCuOf the tiinnspcnjili' of llellaro wore Rwikeiii) by the! leirltlcd shrinking t r 11 child, nud lushing to the cultn'go oicujlcd b llle ltovolliin f.'iinll) round thu J i 11 old duiihter id tho i0llco infill, with lur Hiioal cut, before) vtho til en door of her home, sere milng piteous!) Tender!) picking up Iho Utile child, thu lllagiis carried her liiblde tiu house wheie Ihtv weio honllled to fliul the nlliir momliers) of Hie f.imll) l)lng tie id all lmvfng been torrlbl) iiiutll.ited b) bt,(ws rioiu .111 ax. FOOD SUPPLYPROBLEM PCI1TLANP, Oie. Si nl .1 The tlilnl annual exhlliltlon unci speed 1110 lug ot the Portland fall nud live stock iiKSoilntlnu opened here tola) ""bn ohlbliun of t ittle horses shuui, swine uml go its Is Iho flutst ovor hliown 011 the Pnell.i toast 'Iliotiptu lug oxeitjscs Ineluded 11 )ipr prcpnr ed b) .lames J I III! ' VI113 to b inlucss cngii,ementH Hill was iinablo to bo tin II mil nnd Iho pnper was pud, by Pinsliliut Paul Mnris ot tho I'uitlainl riir and live Hloelc nsaoclatlou In 1 tit 1 the paper read "A niilluu Hint mollis to presorvn lis prosperity nnd euulinl Uh own tins tiny nilpd nuke sine Hull Its find sup dy s (Ucrjiltitu (Hid will loiilliiuo to be u) "HiU inoius otmxorvflilnn nf ,llii Ul It ifPHlres l)u otpunxlve piuili tnurv no suburdtimtbui nf Inenl in ffilci il Inii re. 1 h uuiIiIiim lu IipIih liv luii IPs in. m I v illliiKiii'is 1 1 fill,. Hie iiiihtim il uM"ili !'' Bit Mi II11II1 tin fl 'ir )w til -v-ti- happainig ADDITIONAL SH'lPPfNQ ON PAGE EIGHT. ARRIVED Friday Sept. 16. H. 8 Chl)u Mum, from Orlc.it, 2-10 p m S 0 Sierra, Houdlelt, from San 1 i.imlsco, 8 a m ttmr Noeau, from Kauai, 7 a, 111 1 PA88EN3ERS ARRIVED Per S S. Sierra, Houdlctte. from San lranclrco. Sept 16 It. II Allen. Art's Allen, Mrs W A Anderson nnd thlld W A llillc) Trank Bennett Mrs llcunelt, I). P Blovlns. Mrs tile vlns. Miss Ant) Blcvliis, Miss Ilortrce, Miss M Bortrco, O. W Burnclt, MrB. Burnett, Mrs I-. T Dusliucld hud In fant, A D. Castro, Bog. V. Cn)cc, Mrs Ca)ce, Captain C M Coster, Mrs. I II Craig, Miss M M Compton.. J J Devcrcnux, Mrs. Dcvercniix, Mrs E WtoIt, Lieut Luther Evans, Prlvato J K Evans, Miss M I'arko, Miss I.)' ilia J 1 ctguson, W L. netcher, W O Kraukllu, Mrs Krnuklln, Mrs C 1. I'ulcher l P Oeorge, (1 Gcrcovlch, Geo T Glbbs, Mrs. Glbbs, Miss Alletjn Glblis, Miss l.-stlicr Glhhs, Bobt Gib son A L Gordon, Mrs Gordon and child Mis Edw Hail. Miss Hart, Miss M A llcnddcu, J, Herman, Arthur Hollldtt). Mrs .Holllday, C. C, U'Hom itPtlh'n, Mim L'llommcdlcu, Captain E Hopkins, Sergt W. Hulhtil. Victor llurd Mrs Html, Miss Louisa Irwin. II Jnchlm Mrs E C Johns, Captan M M Jojintnii Mis JolitiHOh, Mrs II I" Johnston W M .lohnsltin, Mrs JyliiiSlon E, A Jnucs.iMrs .1 ,NTJdf4 gciiten " Ixnssellefcr,' Miss Mllllcenr Keating, Miss I' Kcll) Miss I Ketl) Miss V. Kcll), i: M Klrchcn, Mrs Irclicn Miss A Kleninie. Geo Grog Mrs J O Lorenxcn, II A Lee. I) K I cmon Sergt A T Loiigle) . It C I.owiunn W S L) sic, Mrs L)sle. Miss M McAlccr Mrs C If Mcllrldo nnd child G B McClclliu, John McCul lough Wm McCiillough, Mrs T J McGruth and two children, J I) Me Grew P S McKcnu A C MncNoll A K Macrae Mrs Macrae, M A M if rue Mis Macrae. Isabel Macrae, Mrs L. G Marshall, G Madhows. Miss A I Mlllor C, M Miller, II T Moore W II Muiitcr, Mrs. .1. It, My ers J M Oil, Mis Ont, !LO?atol Miss Soihl.i Ocste, Miss Grace Parsons Kcigt, Plnno. Mrs 11 i; porter. K. I' (Juarlis B Ouluncll, Miss E. Kiev Mis J II Hlehurdson, faster Hlch nidfoii Mrs U ItldcrjMnJor W. It, Itllc), Mrs Illlc), Major G. Hose. Miss, A Hantos, .Mrs w 11 scon nun main Mlrs Anna Scott, Miss E. Scott, Miss, JAllauI.SeoU,J, II. Scovci, Lieut Col J W Short. Sergt. Sllvn, Mrs A R Smijil, Matcrjll.ip, Smalf, G E. Su) dor, Br II W "Sopor, Sirs Sopor, W Starblrd l' Stpwnrt, Mrs "Stpwarl Setl J lionet d V Slitlivan. A. (1 Rtoddijtl p 0 JTIikiOr.fll Tobdnei 'Jas Wnkendld, Mrs. WakcflJliI, C N Walker. Sergt II II Willi tnw (Mrs r.llrnbclb 8 Wood Mrs V IZehrlnK If: liymond, ' WATERFRONT NOTES COMMISSION'EII Allii) received 1 visit from tho locked out iiorHon r tho crow of tho Wllholmlna jestcrdny who made a recjucst that the) bo paid Ihc wages coming lo them thejr term of bcrvico Fcemlugly to have ciu)ui as the) vlero not jiermltted to roturi on beaid tho vessel Commtsslonc Aim) nsiircd them that the) would be paid, that being ns far 11S his Jurlsillc Hon went What will happen as re gards thu breaking ot quarantine rule Ik 110 in llin omchlls ?'' Ml tW - MAl)'STON CAMPI1E1.L hns'mo ! thu conclusion that tho combined triif flc ot tho Japanese liners and the Pacific Mall liners Is ot too great n volume foi Alukeii Mrcct wharf am that It will bo 'best for all concerned to consign (ho Japanese stcamshipa to 1110 iiatkicm wnarr At 1110 rate business Is Increasing there would In te congestion of rrclght If both lines wero to eontliiuo lo uso Alnkea stroel whinf AT B O CLOCK this afternoon the sleamer Clauijlno will leave for Ln lialna, K'aliulul, Hniia, Kcanno on Maui nud thence she gocn to nllo uml L1111 linhoehoo on Hawaii. A number of tin Maul dcjcgites to thu convention will le.no on her, la THE S'lEAMICIl Helcno Hulled at t n't lock toelii) for Kukalau, Ooknla I jupalioehoe, Kohalatclo, Paaiitlo nnd Paninloa on Hawaii with general met chaudik ' BALL GAME (Continued from Patr I) I cm 1 lih Untln Hi I iiniiiv if (law, cf, Dall if, llubiipmu 1 , ;ipi lull, n, Williams e, Hill (llljsiin Peyton, p Hlorp mli 'j Im 'I)wiiU will bt ieiiwiiite Id n i' niu dump iiom tin. ruiiiiMiiiK ll-i llillhii lliihmll il I'lilllliii, Wen Hi I . Up Mm Moiue. Willi nu ll Hollas Walku tknuii l.ise ph rime, uml lltiriv FOR TOMORROW ittTcrras-sKwraacsss-'S"' PAB8ENGER8 DEPARTED J Per stmr Mniinn l.oa, Slrlferson, for Kona and Kai perls, Sept. 16, 12 nooir Joseph Ojiuclo, Esther Kit hale and maid, J Gablcr, Geo. J Campbell, A. Cllliti, Miss lather Glbb, Geo Glbb nnd wife, I', MnrBChart nml ivirc, Mrs A. Llftec PA88ENQERS OOOKCD I Per stmr, W, G Hall. Thomjison, for Kauai, Sept. 16, 5 p Id JV 11 Hlce, E Ijinger, .t 11 ,Me)cr and wife, Miss Ellc8on, Miss Lawrcrrce, II W 8 Purvis nnd wlfcr Per stmr. Clnudlnc, Bennett, for Mnul, 8ci( 17, 6 . in II I Bald win, Miss Von Tcmpsky, II. T Znblan. W K Strnuch, V Chun Lung, 8 John son, E II, Hart nnd son, Mrs, 8. K Lucas, Jas. Hainntlla and 'wife, Mm. Mnnala nnd 2 children, W A Ander son, wife nnd 2 'children, Mr Nob lltt, Itcv 8 L Desha, II W Hlce, wife and S children, A II Uindgmrt, It S Hogeruji, W B Mclnlyre, Y Shlmada. Per O. 8 8 Sierra, for San Kratt cIbco, September 21 Mrs A E Buchley, Miss Bnrllctt, Mr. and Mrs T ' U Benton, Mrs llolbrook. Miss Hollirook. Mrsv V. TXl Bulletin anil cfilld. M'rs 1" lVLaughilnramf rhlld. Miss Ccnlor, Mrs. D CentcrMri'. T. It Heard. 'Mi's. A E. Boanl.'Mrs. V'. A Or.i)f Miss Eva Gray. W U Itavcn, tr. T Moore. J II. Harris, Miss Har ris, LocUir Aiken, Doctor nnd Mrs. Whiter. Mr. and .Mrs. I) U LUIIs, Mr Iforninni "Mr. MntllicwsAl' 11. Thoniiison, Miss E Berry, Mf. nnd Mrs II I) Porter, J. Vf. Hamilton, Dr and Mrs E V Hlce. J II, Slnll son nml wife Miss E Held. Miss G. Ilium. Mrs E I! Wntcrhouso, thf Misses Wntcrhoiise, Mr. nnd Mrs II II l'cnhnllow, MrB. V. II. Hold, Itev Y T Kang. Mrs. C II. Waterman. Miss Ii Dechcrt. J I). Tucker, Mrs. O n Muraskv, Miss M I1iisbc) Miss E. Marlon, Miss E E Cox, Miss M It Blown, Mlbs II U Hilton, Miss I.. Di) Mrs G I) Itupooll nliel-clil)d. Mr. Col son , , IN FOREIONPORT . Thursday Sept. 15. SAN KIlANCISCCW-ArrUod Sept. 15: Schr. Muriel, from llonolpu, Aug. 20 I'OHTLAND Arrived Sept. 15; 8 8 Dubinin., hence 8opt 7 , Wednerday 8tpt. 14 HEDONDO Arrived Bcjit. 13: Rchr. C 8 Holmes, from JIllo, Aug. 17. SAN KltANCISCO Sept. H. 8 8. I.urllnc. henco Sept, C YOKOHAMA Sailed Sejit II. 8. 8. .- Asia, for Honolulu-. . KAHUWH Arrived .Sept. ,fi: Ship 'Wn.. Wliw54BLCVellri ,,, Tuesday Sept, 13. ArilANeJtijtO-SnjIolfiop 13. t' p. m : 8 8 Siberia, for IIiolulii 3ALI.VA Cni'-rtArrlved Sept -13. 8 8 Mexican, from 'I llio. Aug 27 3ALINA CRUZ Sailed. Sopt 111: 8. 8 Virginian, for San Francisco SEATTLE SaUrd' Sopt 12: -S 8 Hllonlau, fur Honolulu 7 WATERFRONT NOTES A BAH OR cmpto)cd on Iho schoon er Eavld Evans, now discharging lum ber at Pearl Harbor, was trcited ut thq hpsjiltul jestcrelay for 11 bad scalp wound, which ho claims was Indicted by tho Captain of tho vessel with 11 pair 1 1 handcuffs, Tho sailor claims (lint the Captain's Ire was stlrrsd up b'tcauso ho' went on board by incaiM of n.spnr when ho should have went np iho gangway li THE UNITED BTATE8 transport Logan, which completed discharging her cargo 'at the Mntsou wharf, salted this morning for Manila and Guam The passengers wero serenaded b) llio Hawaiian Hand ut thu dock. Mad nil Alapnl uml M I Kaal sung catch) songs, ns well as tho Hnwalln mclo ellcs Id '1 HEf KONA KAU Unci4 Muuna Via, In commnnd nf Captain Blmeison loft, toda) for Mnul and Hawaii pejrts In honor of Ilia returning delegates lo tho territorial comenjfon who have been In constant attendance, wlillo liore, the Hawaiian Band pa)od npiirelprlnlo selections nt tho wharf, before tho 4(011111 r hacked Into Iho stream a THE STEAM Kll W G Hall, which was held ovt r from )cstcrdn) will bo dispatched this afternoon nt 5 o'clock lu Kauai Shu will take a number ot tonrltts, wio eamu In on tho Blerru this morning from Sun Francisco m TOMOItltOW MOllNING tho flag ship Manna Kcu of thn luter-lslauel licet will return from Illlo via Malm kouli and I.alialim Hlie wil bring a big list of passengers, who have Iron visiting tit tho Vo'cano House rvi THE JAPANESE liner Chljn Mnnt milling from Yokohama, Jupmi, Is ei I'telel in uirlvn off poil nt I u'clocl, Ihls iiftirnoou Bhn will ro'iiuiu her m) ago for the nialiilaml ul VI o cinch tuiuuirovv iiioriiliig llli; MATHON liner Wlltielmlna ntroielliiK to the oiiIoims ijt ilu Hlorru lth nulveil Ihls liminlilK fliMII Han FrnmUiii was iiieilemlnn plununt WPiitlii'i Hlie unmri'tl "nil well mi Iswrd V '