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fr"1 BVENWQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T 1!.. THURSDAY, OCT 27. 1910. I t 1 l I M . m rf v . 2 j i 1 dVi &! it it fc Masonic Temple Weekly Calendar M MONDAYl 1TJUE8DAYI WKPNESDAYf thursday! Friday; 'SATURDAYl All visiting memban ol tn Order art cordially Invited to attend meetings of local lodges Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at K. P. Hall 7:30 P. M. (.MIME EKSINtERS X asso. KNEFICIALA$SnUATIOK.ciationscor. Bially Invited. HABM0NI LODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F. i 1 Meets every Monday evening at 7:30 Id I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Strest. .. . E. R. HENDKY. Secretory. P 1!. E. McCOY, Noblo Grand. All visiting brothers very cordially Invited. DAHU I0DOE, No, 1, K. of P. .Meets every first and third Frl- Bay evening at 7:30 In K.of P. Hall, corner Fort and 'Beretanla. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to attend. iVM. JONES, C. C. O. F. HEINE, K. n. S. ."HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, L 0. B. M. Meets every first and third Thurs days of each month at Knights of Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor dially. Invited to attend. A. h. EAKIN, Sachom. E. V. TODD, O. ot ft. 'HONOLULU AERIE, 140, P. 0. E M.ata nn thn 2nd and 4th WED' NESDAY evenings of each month nt ,7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner i prtanla and Fort streets. Visiting Eagles ore invited to at Und, .,1 W. It. RILEY, W. P. u WM. C. McCOY, Sec. HONOLULU LODGE, 010, B. P. 0. E, Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, B. P. O. Elks, meets In their hall, on King Street, near Fort, every Friday eve ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially Invited to attend. JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R. OEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec. 'WM. McKDILEY LODGE, NO. 8, K. of P. Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday veiling at 7:30 o'ciock in k.. oi i . Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit Ing brothers cordially invited to at tend. H. A. TAYLOR. C. O. 'E.,A. JACOBSON'.'K. R. 3. ' Rni mp nmr.iALS .KEEP PATH CLEAR ' peputy Sheriff Rose arranged for police olllccrs to Keep mo uui e(ear at the Regal Shoe Store comer octor, inv nml today. The opposite corner was also attended to by the oHJcerg. who stood on duty there for several nours. ml... ..o..la afnnrl nn hfl Ptirb Ilia jicwjiiw ...... u w.. -..- Btones, but passersby can hato the whole width of tuo siuewaiKs. iw tcrday nt about 3 o'clock, when the crowd had dwindled down a lot, tlio officers were still hard nt work raov Ing people on. Peter Hosea, who Is not on the force at present. Is snlrt 1o bavo Joined In a political speech nnd argument. As a civilian, In lilaln clothes, he had every right to do bo, but someone objected nnu uep tv Hose was annealed to. Tho dep uty could only reply that I(osea was not on tho force nnu Hint mo rest of the officers who were present were Just finishing up their work. SIERRA Tn 'EARLY t - . The following wireless message lins been received by tho agents from the , 8. S. Sierra, bound for Honolulu , 8- S. Slorru, At Sea, Oct. 26, 8 p m C23 miles from Honolulu. Light southerly winds; sea smooth and clear. Baromete- 30-10, air 73 Will be off hurbor C.30 a in October 2S A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA IKk , , iv is pui;eiit:u un. i;i-ciiii niiuiji- -UT ers ask Honolulu Urtitr'Co, of this cjty irhnt reportH thoy are getting from fafcA.. -the patients who liuvo Hnnl,(lio oil of E-wlntorgreen liquid compound, I). I) 7 JO.' Prescription. .i.te t bMh'JH . Miuitn SIMPLY LIGHT AND NSERT TUBE Warmer does the, rest , The Welkom Warmer Size 3iXlj inches, weight 4"V& (unites Thn only modern, saie effective nnd Bcnslbie ubtllute for the itntliiinted Hot Wuter Hag No water to heat no rubber to rot will lust for mm is Tim Warmer Is m.idn of tnetnl heat ed within one minute by tbo lighting and Insertion of a paper tube con tiiinlng n lil.iri'U"i iuimicsm imu iilorl" fuel g.'iieiatlng u uniform beat tthli.li lams oxer two Hours at n coat of less than one tent. It la curved to lit nn purtlun of the body and bold In pluie b me ins of a bag and belt allotting the tttaror to moe about at will S V 1'Ut hIJ.l.Klf Tim Wflknin Wuimer lias no ennui. It tan be put Into coastutit uctlon and Is Indisiiensable In cases of rheuma tism, lumbago, neurulgln, sclnilcii, r-rnums. etc Hy placing the Warmer on the nr- fected part tlio beat being dry, nut moist, bakri out Hie uild Physicians nv Unit the moist beat of the hot wav er bag will not cure but aggrawite the ailments nbou mentioned Many bac been foIU not n tmeio complulnt Complete outlit Including Warmer, bag belt, coll and 10 itlbei of :vi""l sent prepaid to any part of the V ' upon receipt of I 00 If you wish to know inoro almt.t this wonderful dctlco write today Tor free descrlptho booklet WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO. KW Fulton M., i- York. Department Thinks Bettor Time Can Be Made If PubjJ lie Is Ignorant.. ''Ji r . .fi. Tliero will ho, a.nqw ordpn.of things take effect tomorrow In legurd to lire lighting In tills cltv, tho principal feature of which will bo tlio abandon ment of the usual location signal giv en by the big whistle In tho lower part of the city Hereafter thero will bo no whistle blown git Ing- the number of the box from which the ulaim Is turned In and for this reason tho public generally will be In Ignorance as to tho loca tion of a lire und In fact will not know that there Is u fire This order of things has been brought about by tbo fait that hereto fore when the whistle bus sounded the alarm the exact location of the lire was known In a few coionds nnd as n consequence those who had nothing else to do started for tha scene of trouble. This rushing of tlio public generally to a tiro has been the cause. of much annoyance to tbu firemen while going to the Hies with their en gines nnd other apparatus, the streets being blocked with people, cnuslng the drivers ot tho flro engines to fre quently slow down and sometimes come to a complete stop to at old do ing damage to life, und limb of thoMi who are In the way. The whistle will sound thn usual three blasts at the hours o.' 8 a. m , 12 m. and C p. m Outside ot this fiurc will bo no lire whistle blown except In one Instunco and that will bo In cafe, nn alarm of lire Is recelted at the lire station during the ubsenco of the chief or the electrician or the department thres blasts on the flro whistle will bo given to notify thi'sfl two that there Is u fire and, their prosenro Is wanted It Is the Intention of ihn depart ment to install a number of tappers In muny plaocs throughout tho city, eippilully wlicio t'.tro Is 6omo one on duty night und day It lu thought, by tbo Chief, that tills arrangement will gltc n clearer, speedier run to ii ()r6, where lite min utes means a whole lot ll) tho sating of pioperty that Li tluealclicd If flro RECITAL TONIGHT . OF GIFTED. SINGER Mrs, S. Norton Bobo to Appear In Well-Arranged, Pro gram at Moana. Mrs 8. Norton Bobo. contralto, ygk WILL ABANDON FIRE SIGNALS -V " will nmieur in re Itnl tonight at tlidiof the foup stood around to lend Mojiii Hnlcl. The uffnlr promises to be one of tho music ll events ot thq heasoii. Jus. llolio will bo assisted by Mrs Sidney llallou, (leorgo Brown und l)r Curl Ramus. Of especial Interest on tha pro gram aiu numbois by Houolu'ii com- pofeis. Including Mis, Mary Hilling ham l'rear and Kdgar A. P. New- romh. BOJlN. OlUti: In Ibis city, Oct. 27, 1010, to .Mr. and Mrs (1, II. tleio, n sou. m,aJ mMjL it. wJ..& LOCAL AND GENERAL AutoS!4 per hour, Lewis Stables! llelhel St. Hark Slnnd, I'linnc ll.W. Jtfgoes without saying that every- 'thing Is Best at Tho Encore. . A son was born this morning lo Mr, nnd Mrs (1. II Gere : A new Btunt eery day at tbo An chor Saloon. Xuuami and Klni. ' U L. Wlthmloil has lulmml froirv.' u uuiuvss ini 10 mo oig iniituu. If you want a good Job done) on nn auto or'carr'ngo take It to.. Hawaiian Carriage Mfr, Co.. 427 Queen SJt. J. P. Conkju ha4 guno to Knual until tbo end 6f tho we"k. ' For distilled .water, Hlro'n loot Bcor and nil o(h'pr popular drinks. Ring up Phone 2171. Consolidated Soda Works. The largest crowd that ier attend ed at the lollcc court was present tlila moiulng and tbo louin wns iiucomfort ably hot Tha usual soapbox crowd gathered at tho corner of Bethel and Kins Streets toda, and the ranters got In a1" lot of hot air work. Nigel Jackson Is talking of how King can glo him a big start In ten miles, the Marathon Kid knows n good man when he sees one. Robert W Andrews, administrator of tlio estale of Robert 9. Andrews, lias bad his dual accounts approved and been discharged from bis jttust. woritmen looaning up iihi una ' tc AHtnglfi,i(t part of which w ct off tu'Muke; ny for n la woricinen aurt ailing up tliti end of :pn,jit pari or which was Jiuke way for n lane through the block from King t'o Hotel streets. ' Kiiyninn, a Japanese, today 'appear iiun, a Japanese, louay 'appear- lf , no Jndgo Cqcper on a ilihrRetp8. f-,,ull.,nr ,ln " n& nlcrclinndhe wltl..n,tn ll-i' ,.ho Jreu ", , a'b i,n .;io.imi,U,iu.. , -.,' T'o ti'R "ailed fin ei he fin orirelll cense. Ab ho pleaded igullty he was ulve-i n slisneiiiled KixitMire fciv? i n suspenueu seiuence. Till, II Pllliillil' wliil la flifinrml Willi gross .heat In regard to Illng-Cnn auto rome months oi. had his cns,h,",-t". V" """' --". ;!-' - railed In the criminal court this nft- cruoon. Jurj trial was waived. Appraisers report of tho estate of Albert Wiggins filed In court Is Hint Hie CBtato amounts to (2,101.80 ot which 'personal property amounts to $1401.80, the remainder being real es tate. Jce Kaae this morning was before Judge Cooper on the charge of as eiu'ilj and buttery appealed from tjio JJIstrlct Court. Ho pleaded gulRy and 'sentence was suspended .for thjrr tci'n months. Chief .MclhtfRo nnd his me!iraldcd n gambling Jo'nt hut nlglit. nml onoH man tried to escape by diving through n window which was fifty felt romj II. r , (t.il. ln .or... urt.n.l l.n.ri .1n..tl. -iiu t.tfiii.i, iiu ,, uo nuiiu iiviii iic-aiil b McDuffii'. who grabbed 'lilm und held him for some minutes. A Plymouth lock pullet nt tlio-l Maliio experiment station, , recently laid nil egg which contained threq .tolks. Ily Hock' That astonished tne farmers some, and all the chicken';) cg-js ur- being watched In case anoth er fioak unites. ,, lut llatlons aro nut for !li) Dag raising cctemoiilcs at tbo County Prlsi, on; Host Asch will entertain, and all tho law j ers and Judges who sent over most of th people who resldo at Audi's, will have the pluasuro of meet ing their obi chums. MtiBtcr's report on tho eleventh an nual account of Irene ll llollowuy ns giiurdluu of Francis Hyde 11 Urown has been made lo the court The ro port shows that for the year tbo 10 icipts of tho estate nniounted to J14,CU7ut, und expenditures $13.- K1CC fcj, tenting u balance on hand p( $I,440,C9. Cominisslons for tlio guar dian dining ihu pel lod weio $720 f.0. , JARlffSiN PLAY THE BULLY (Continued from Page 1.) member of the secret soclullcs In tnrloos pi eel nets. Tho po I e department Is honey combed with me ubers of thfss so cletles, cnts Stupplebeen. He states that Sheriff Jurrett not only knows of their exlstonco, but lias encour aged It, although he has kept his own (onni'ctlon, It any, quiet. And white tho details ot these so clotlcs aro dally laid baie, while tho piesldeut of ono of them Is threat ened with bodily Injurj because he broke ntvuy, tho Democratic mana ge! s sit bak lu their chairs nt Bern octatlc headquarters nnd usccrt thoro are no such societies, ijdjljn wtlennolt,, the waterfront leader, iwilnMiLfot ''la shar) of abuso from the mnmlnir4 uf Ilia Donjfrrntlo police force at noon yentertlay, (lennctt followed Shophen Deslut on tlio Bethel street speakors' box and he nt Immediately made tho object ot an attach by n former mom. her ot the Democratic pollen force, wlillii ,nu officer nnd sercinl members their approving prcseiro n (leiinett Was blonkHiiaj-iled with irofann and vicious laiifiilfigp. Tho waterfront leader Is nn nble man nnd knows when t keep hli head Ho met nil the nrgiimoiits of tho Democratic secret club thug, iiml, nt tlix same time kept his temper Tlio qbvloun purpose of tho Demo- Lerutlc pollen gang was to get (ton nett Into n fight nnd, with six men nt their command, beat him up, thus hoping to stilko terror lo nil who might desert tlio Democratic boss rule cluba. Our New Phone 12 k!ty Transfer CpfJas. H. Love Shipping "" AbDITIONAL 8HIPPINQ OM PAGE EIGHT. , " s i una SMSM.WSSBBS.SMBSMSW M HERCULES CARRIES ENOUGH FUEL TO GIRDLE THE EARTH NO ANXIETY FELT OVER NON-ARRIVAL RITHET OFF FOR THE COAST ON SUNDAY COLLIER HAS ARv RIVED AT NEWCASTLE LIGHT BOOKING OF PASSEN GERS FOR INTER-ISLAND LINERS. No anxiety pool bo felt oer tho proitosod throughout Hie Philippines oii-,untul of Hie singling tin; Her- "i transpoitH can bo In touch with culcR'thatlsnnwEttMmlnK.fromColiiin- '''? ,"'r,,B ".' C.M '.""' in"1'1 '"K','hl0 i.i. t,i..- ..A.I... .'i... i.i.. .i....i... ..... ,,, ,,,,, ., . ,v.i.-, Tuihlno In low. Is Ibo tentlment now oxpii'ssed hy those who aro more or Ibo iiullllc,itlotii m Asloila. Or0.. . sixieun nays ngn nie iiiiuer is L..n... .ni..n ...,. ... i h.. .i Itlll'l tjlllll III t CI (III IH lltltlll IVJ Ullll i. - "P ' ' " ""Z to complete the tot ago lo Honolulu. Captain Hdo. mister of the Mai koii Navigation tug Intcrpld Is one of suternl local maritime men who am well acquainted with tho Ileiculcs whkli linn been selicled to h lug Hie dredger to Us dostlii'itliiu. Tho Hercules l pronounced tlio most powerful vessel of lis kind on tho Pacific coast. Tbo tug It a hlsler ship to tlio (lollntli nnd It was tho Heiculcs that biougbt tbo hitter ves sel from tbo Dclnwaio ship yards, down tho Atlantic ccn.it of North and South America, thtough tboirtmtls of Magellan and up the Paclffe coast lo Sou Francisco i '" 11 Tbo Hercules belongs tnltl fleet wha! ,,, WlJhw.n , mnnUii'aftMCQ n the .. !tt.l-tM tr.h" 11.,., I'frK.rf llnronlnii Ilia been Irtl'cfimniisylon tn the Pacific coast' for neatly two jenrs. In size hIkj ln'iilni'oxt us largo as thn Inter- ihlun b staiiuerliMniiii.ii Kca und has ii"iaiJnlty- for fuel' Mil siilllileut to cany" her aiouud the world. "The vessel is c ustrucu-d of stool tliiougbout ami Is a crift.lmllt to with St'jud Ibo worst of wcntlitul. 1 ll is uuderNtoud that Cupt.ilu Dan Thompson, a teleran Pacific const fcklppor will bo found In command of the tug. Captain Thoniprnn bears n lepututlon us ii careful luvlgnlor nnd In olnt of service ho has but few equals on I ho Pacific That tho Heicutes can detclop great power Is bom out by tho fact t lint vbo Is propellol through tho wa ter liv the aid of an eighteen foot wheel It would Inko about two such tcsscN as the well known tug Slocum of San Tranclsco lo mako a sliowlnx iiion tlio sea scapo likened 'lb tho Her cules !' ' Tho tug I.i schooner rlicd with two lliasls Sbo carries a ied futihel with n b'ack top bind and from this color. Tlio Heicule)i conforms to the gotienil charncterisllcs of ntldr vcsldls of tho Tl.lfd Stack" fleet. Pratt Ically nil tho machinery for Iho .diedger Is at Jlonoluli), (ho mitu il.il bating been licludcd In Iho ship meat ot cargo brought down from tbo coast by Mntbon Navigation sleamert arriving hero during tlio part two months. It Is predicted that tho Hercules will malio but a very shoit slay at Ibo port Tho servlro of such a lug Is ulwnjs In great demand along tlio coast nml II Is tho Intention to iIIh patilt tliu vofscI for San lVauclsro within a oiy short time ufter her ar rival with tho dredger. in ' Wireless for Transports. Wltcless telegraph equipment for nil vessels now lu tho United Stiles Ar my linnsport scrtlco Is now assured according to n statement that has been Issued following upon tlio stranding of tho troopship Wanen In Philippine, wnlcis spmo vvooks ago. As a iosnl of tho benching of Iho Wnrran Colonel r (I Hodgron, chlof quartormusterof tbo division, hns Inauguriled mea sures In bnvo all Army tianspoils In tbo Philippines equipped with wire less lelegrnph apparatus At the picscut time nil of tho Paci fic trnnspoils Invo been fitted out with wliolesa and Iho advantages hnto alread) been demonstrated In tho Phi lippine hlnnds. The work of Installa tion will he In chargo of by Colonel (leorgo P Roil veil chief signal ofTlcor who will prolnhly begin nt onco lo mako niiangcmcnts lo Instnll tbo ap lliaintiis on tho Seward, Warren, Crook nnd possibly tho l.lscuni Tho Impnitnneo of tlio tvlieloss on Phlllpplno Inter-Island transports, ac cording tu,,ofTlclul reports, Is great and Ibo cost 'of Installation will bo more than compensated bv tbo ndtantnges which may )io derived. When Ibo wireless stnllnns huvo been established at tho several points , ,........, f Number Will Be 81 ' ' '" iriiiiinng oi ircigiu aim t,as.o,ElTH. I Dig Frelrjhts for Matson Doatc. Tho amount of cargo oltoredi tho MuIfoii Navigation sleniners nt. San I Francisco lias been of such magnitude u -hh '"" tiiai t,-wci .jU1vh n'l.,.i, nninnnii, ,i in ti fr.,,,, n,Vrii. j - l"-!''! Drt. '!! Illll yUir lonila pott leaving a. (pinnllly of frelglit behind This was tho casowllh tho strainer Illlonlnii on her last' toy ago to Honolulu Tho steamer loiter prlso following closo upon (ho track of the llllo;ilin piotented nny mate ilal delay lu the receipt of mainland, mcicliuudlBo nt Honolulu A cible was lecelted hy Casllo & Cooko yesterday announcing tho c.irlv dopailute of tho l.uillne. This vessel Is now stated wilt sail from San I"rau clsco on Not ember 1st or 2nd Tho I.itrllno was expected would net away from the coast on November Dili but It Is prrsiimed tint owing lo tbo ac cident that befell the charlerci) steam er tvtevntlan tho tvoik of renovating and rebuilding tho I.lirlluo has been riiFlitil through tho addition ofja much larger force of mcehnn'os, it is claimed that tho passenger capacity of Iho reconstructed Jl.nrllno will bo found to bo almost dojiblcd The steamer Wllheliiiliu sailed from San Francisco testerdiy limm, leav ing n considerable amount of cargo Hint was found Impossible lo stow ntvuy In tbo big tosgcl. Sailed S:as for One Hundred Years. That famous schooner, tho Polly, -i sprightly lltllo old woman of' tho sea dosplto her I'M! y ars, wsis In tho port of New York for the first tlmo In sot oral .tears, nnd Captain J. II. Wei don, of Dogbl", Muss, her skipper, Is busy unloading nt Ward's Island a cargo tiken on board at Ilrldgcrt. Conn. Hut CI feet In length and 4." tuns net burden, no American tessol Ins so far iccclted fciich ontlniicd notori ety ns Iho little schooner How her doughty skipper and owner, Captain "Jed" Ubtnn. put n carronado on deck nnd "flltnl out" his Now Kngland eicvv with bnai ding axes and cutlasses hns been told and retold. Tjils was (ii IMS, when Iho Polly lisraino n toiror to the llilllsli along tjio New Ihiglainl coast until Cap'aln Uliton and his crow weio caught. R Echooner Wood Er.route to the Islands rollowlng upon tho r'celpt if n ci bio announcing Iho nrritul of tbo Ame rican schooner l' J. Woods ait Puget Sound ports niter passage of fifty nluo dcjH fioni Honolulu, comes a 10 port that the schooner has cleared CraH Ilai bor for Hie Islands sailing from Ihe Pugct Scund port on last Tuesday. It Is moro than possible that tho flint icpoit announcing Iho nriltnl or the hihuiuur nt tltus Har bor may bnvo been Inlonded to nil vlso tho Billing of Ihe tessil for Ho nolulu. 6a Mexican Revealed No Dope. Despite n careful search of tlio Ame-licaii-Hawallan freighter Mexican, It is reported that tlio forco of customs men and snlloiR fioni tbo ltoteuiio Cutter Thetis fulled to (Uncover con tiabjiiKl opjiiiii on Inard that vessel. It Is tho Intention to dispatch the Mexi can torllllo today and from liiero tho vessel will piocccd to Puget Sound ports, Tlie Moxlrun will cirry ahont ono thousand ton1) of gencial cargo fiotn Islriid potts or call, r Rlthet for the Coatt. It Is tiro piosout Intention to ds- patcji tbo American bark It I'. Itltliet ror San Francisco on Sunday. The vossei is still discharging n shipment of meichniidlso and supplies. Tho vessel will not tako n leturn cargo but wilt sail for tho mnliiland in Inl lat. R Tralr.lnrj of Cadets. Tho foitr-innslod Inrk Poit Jack son sailed early this month fiom the SouthWest India Docks for HtdniY, Now South Wales, with foity cadets who aro. to bo tialned to become ot- ficers In mall nud paEsenge, llnern. Tlio Medvvay, n somewhat larger w , s t -t PAS8ENQERS BOOKED Per sttnr. Mauna Kca, for Hllo (spe cial trip) Oct. 28. (leo. Whltmoro, C M. I.o Illoiid, N Law, Mrs Ijiw, Mrs Kearney, Mrs, Humphrots, J. Dolor. Per stmr. Mauna Ixm, ror Kona nnd Kuu ports, Oct. 2S. Mrs. Syl tester, V F. Trost, Miss Heard. 1'cr stmr. Claudlnc, ror Hawaii and Maul ports, Oct IS. II. W M. Mist, V Dotfglas ' ' , Per stmr V O. Hnll, for Knual potts, Oct. 28. D. H. Hajscldcn, Mrs. Hatscldcn, W (1 Hnll, M. Wlshnrd Per stmr Molina I.oa, for Kona and Kail ports, Oct 28. W. V. Drnko, Mrs. ilvltoster, W, T Frost, Miss Heard. A'lfied Patten, Mrs Pnttcn, J. P. Cuts, It Johnson, A Onrtlcy. M. Dnnlcli, Mrs. Daniels, J F. Woods, M, Mac f u lane, M. C. Wayne. Per stmr Klnnu, ror Kauai ports, Nov. 1 Mrs. II. 1). Wlshard, O. P. Wilcox, 11 W Illce, Mrs ltlce, C. II. Hofgnnrd, Itev. U Kroll, Mrs. W, JF. Hall, J P. Cooke, Miss N. ltobblns, Mrs Siitnmn, W Schilling, J. 11. Hole. Per S. S. Sierra for Son Francisco, Nov 2 Dr. nnd Mrs. Hoffmann, Mrs. II. S. Pnrmelee, Mrs. II. Hughes, Mrs. It. L Foster, Mr. und Mrs. Chas. Stewart, Fred C Smith, D. J,. With Ington, C A. Wood, T H. Mnrtln, Mrs. It. A. Dow, Mr. Fragile, Miss Oras, Mrs. It. A. Small, Miss Field, Miss Mo!!lU, Mrs, Fiirstcrnnc, Mrs. Mul len, Mrs. James W W. llrewster and child, Mrs. Klrklnnd, Mrs. Davis, IA..1I. 11. ltoblnson, Mrs. J. Klrklnnd, Mrs. S. N. Urooks, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Hill. Mrs. Hendy. Miss M. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Dorn II. Whcaton, Mrs, W. O. Ashley, J, S. Sopor, Miss lllerlus, Mrs. H. M? Hand, Miss M. H. Ilarlel, M. Frlqiio, ,Jiss flrace. Pdr stmr. Mauna Kca, for Hllo nnd wny ports, Nov. 1. Dr Sexton, Mra. Sexton, D. U. M unlock, Mrs. M unlock, (1. O, Kinney, IVank lljldwln, Mrs Hnldwln, II. W, Illco, Mrs. Itlco. (leo. Klcugel, Per S. S. Wllhclmlna. tor San Fran cisco, Nov. 9. It, u lawman. Mrs. W, II. Perry, Mis. C. V Hall, L. B. Ar nold, Mrs. S. K. Harris, Mrs. H. M Wlsnur, J. T. Jones, Mrs Jones, Lieut II. II. Itoldnson, L. Andrews nud Dr ll. lloldou. MAILS. I Malls aro duo from tho following liolnts ns follows: Han Francisco Per Sierra. Oct. 28. Yokohama Per Nippon Mnru, Nov. S. Australia Per Zcalandin, Nov. 8. Victoria Per Mnkura, Noy. 11, Malls will depart for tho following points ns follows: San Francisco Per Sierra, Nov. 2. Yokohama Per Mongolia, Oct. 31. Vnncouter Per Zealandln, Nov. 8. Sydney Per Makura. Nov. 11. TRAN8PORT SERVICE. Unfoid nt San Francisco. Dlx sailed ror Seattle. Oct. 20. Logan, trom Manila for Hon, Oct IS. Sheridan, nt Sun Francisco, Oct. II Sherman fioni Hon. for Manila, Oct 14 :t tt t: :: n :: u t: t: :: u :: tt n :: ship, sailed about tour weeks ago with tvviuty-two cadets on board for Sjdnoj nnd Newcastle, New South Wales. These, two tessels will bo owned hv a now piltatc company, which will bo known as Duvltt & Mooie's Ocean Tialulng Ships (Lim ited), and managed by that firm, among the shnieholders being the Union Castle, the Shuw, SAvllI & Al bion, the Cunard, nnd tho Ilooth lines. The Port Jackson will sail round tho Capo of (lood Hope direct to Sjdney. After discharging her cargo she will load a general cargo for London, und thou return home vlr. Cape Horn, the round vovnge lasting nbout nine months. While In harbor the cadets recelvo regular u hool, boat drill, etc., and are cm plojed with necessary duties lu tho ship. to Notice to Mariners. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Onlm Isl and, S'ly sldo Honolulu Harbor Tomporary Light on Channel Iluoy 9. On or about November 1, 1910, pen ding tbo establishment of a pcrman cut llghtod buoy, n temporary whl'o light (hand lantotu), will bo exhibited each nlzht fiom this buoy. Volnay Back at Newcastle. A Merchants' ITxchaugo roiiort states that tho Ilritlsh stoamshlp Vol nay has arrived nt Newcastlo, N. S, W., Iho vessel hnt lug left Honolulu on October Cth nfter hiving dlschaig ed a shipment or Australian coal ' i i JURY HAS CASE The caBO of Mlsakl for $5000 dam nges against the H. H, T. & L. to, for being Injured by an electric ar, went lo tire Jury at 11:20 this morn. Ing. Upon the opening or cour until the Jury retlied, tho time was occu pled hy Lorrln Andiows, tor the proii, ecutlon. and John Cathcnrt, (or tho doreiibe, In addressing the Jurymen. SCHLEMMER'S TRIAL III the Federal Court todnv. Mm Schlommer's trial nn the charge of liiliiglug atlons unlawfully Into tho country Is" before tho Jury. Yesterday, upon representation by Schlemmor that ho was unable to hire nu attorney, Judge ltoblnson appoint ed Ocorgo Curry to detend him. Schlemmor races two charges or bringing Japaijcso.to tho bird Islands, Weekly Uulltitlu H per jmr. 'I M POLICE COURT This morning nt nlno o'clock tho ponco court was crowded tr sufToca tlou. odd no (ess tliart,."3 men, 9 wo- (tint, na rtt t.nl.,- ini nnnllj nn.l rl.ij men. 9 wo 'ocs'seattil, nnd e loom jriiidgo i bench mid nn- ...,. hiiu "VI -f'.-VI "'. standing nround the Thayer mounted tho nounced that lie hod received, com muntcntlon from the Chief .Justice, (bat rendered It Imperative that he should go and IntCrticw him At once. "In view' of the fnct that 1 nin n can dldnlo ror office at tho election on Not ember 8, It mny be that 1 nm not ottglblo to sit as a presiding magis trate at present,'' remarked Iho Judge. At eleven o'clock tho Judgo return ed 'and took his seat on tho bench nnd tho trial of some twenty-four cases proceeded. It developed that Thaer was eligible lo sit today, and that thoro was no rensoq why ho should not, Twcvo .Tapancso gamblers tvero charged with playing "7-11." imd four of them forfeited-hall jot $10 each. Tho remaining eight hleaded guilty and wero fined $! inch t All Sol, nn aged Chinese ry. ho was round guilty or Belling n dollar's worth or opium, was ordered to pay n flno or $30 nnd costs, Jack Mcf addon had tho case against him nolle; pHissed. ns tho owner of tho room ho was suppos ed to bo trespassing In, (MM that Jack was perfectly welcome., JJicio at anv time, nnd that Ills 'nVrOst was n mln tnko. A Russian woman who tvsfs captur ed hy Inspector Fenncll, and charged with selling liquor without n license was told to como back In ten'days for sentence, she was 'given n severo lee titro by Iho Jildgo nnd sbo. promise I not to rell nny moro wine. i (Continued from Pbrc 1.) tentlon of Injuring his luuy luvo, and siild that it was n scheme to keep him uway from the girl. The case against Young was set for tlltS mornlllir lit the liiillcn nmil nnd nt 9 o'clock the defendant, tho girl and the mother were seen In tbo hullwuy of the building. Suddenly the youth and tho girl weror seen to dash .out nml .down the ste'ps. A hack was waiting, and In Jumped the twain. The Jehu whipped up his horse and nil the spectators thought that the elopement would work. Tlio tchlcle was under way when the mother saw her daughter's head peeping out or the side. Then was been an exhibition or BprlnUng that would have made Soldier King look worried. Tho old lady gathered u her sklrtB and tore down tho Btreet at an evon-tlme gait. She punctu. atod every stride with shrill screams that drew the attention or every body wlthrii four blocks of tho post office, Tbo lady galnod on the Hack rap Idly nnd then, throwing herself nt the side of It, grabbed tho girl with in nnd held on tight. The police or flilols heard tho row and thoy all rushed to the rescue. It tool; a row minutes ror tho hack nnd Its load to get to the police sta tion, and then the party, with the excoptlon ot the Chinese youth, es tablished themsolves In ono or Dep uty Rose's rooms nnd nwaltod devel opments. At 11 0,'clock Young wbb called to appear before Judge Thajer, and his attorney, Judge Humphries, Blated that peaco had been ostabllshed; tlio mother hod lonsonlod and tho bur firifl nte.1 .......11 l !.... hi wuinu i,e married ns noon .OS till! pnill-t 'nitln,.-..f..l r- .,... ji.,.iuu. uu nut un derstanding the derendnnt was .w..,. ,,,. ,iiiuinK n UOIIU l)( 51UH to keep tho poare for six months. Tho wedding Is to ho celobrnted this nrternoon, and It Is rumored that It will lie a great function to which nil mo relatives of both parties will be Invited. - Flto hundred shares of Hamakua. mill stock have been sold by the NoV ley estate to Theo. H. Davles & u for seveial parties. The prion U Etated to have heon $200 n B'.iiiro .;r ' ... V U0TI0E TO "BUBSCIIIBERS. 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