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Furniture and Piano Movers
TIDES SUN AND MOON
LOCAL AND GENERAL
'llitnl Di uric.
lit nltir, 5 p. in.
IIiiiiiiIiiIii Cliiiilir 1'. M.
mill M. I. II.
AW vlaltlng mtmbirr. ol uo
Order aro cordially Invited to
iltMl meeting) of local lodgf
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
it K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
MAIIINt rhblrtttsiy 0thet Alio
JtNEfVCIAL ASSIATIOK. ciation. cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Mi'li , vn tli -t mill third Twsdo
nf nil h hiniiil in lYittrnltv Hull. I O
O F building Isltlug brothers tur
illnlh luvittd In ntti ml
.1 KiilllSKnS. Fiiohoni
k Tuni v uf n.
HONOLULU LOBGI, filO, B. P. 0. I.
Uonotntn 1,011k No- 61G, D. P. 0.
dki. uieotj !u Mielr hall, on King
CtTfst, tioar IVrt, viTy Friday tv
itlfl V'sltlns Urulbersi ar cordially
tnvluttl to ntlun!
r i it isnNuriio, ij. n.
.i:o t M.riKiru sk,
wa. vckiklby r,oi,rE. HO. 8,
i. ol P.
ilF6 ve'f 2nd nml Ith Saturday
ttvuliils hi 7 JO otlwlt In 1C of I'
ilill, cor. I r t anil lteret mis Vlnlt
Ior brothr crTill-illj- IptftM tn at
UQd. !'. i KIMU'.Y, C. C.
B A. JAC0I1S0N. K. H. B.
OAIIU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every (lint nml tlllril Friday at
T Sd o'clock, 1') Milan lfnll, corner Here
innlu ami fort streets Visiting troth
frs conllilly 1m It'll to nttelttl.
S DECKER. C. C.
o hi:ini:. ic of u s.
'"HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on Hccond anil fourth Wednes
day evening of Ptich month lit 7:30
o'clock. In Sun Antonio Hall, Vineyard
Mrctt, near Hitmin Visiting brother
nro Invited to attend
OEO. A DAVIS, W. P.
Wit C M'COY, Secy.
HjrRS. F. S. ZEAVE returned from
JLTJL New York on the S. S. Wilhel
mlna with a FULL LINE OF GOWNS,
ready to wear, and novelties personally
elected. These goods will be on Oil
fplay MONDAY, SCPTEMBER 11, when
111 Zeave will be pleased to see a
her customers and friends at her rooms
In the Young Bulldlnn.
MILTON & PARSONS
nro showing a complete line of
SUMMER AND FALL MILLINERY
Also the latest novelties In Feathers,
riowirx mul Hand Trimming
Hotel Street Opposite Young Hotel
NEW SCHOOL HATS
Handsome Panama Hats for Ladies at
MISS POWER'8 MILLINERY
Boston Block Fort Street
Manila and Madeira Embroidored
Collars, Cuffs ond Handkerchiefs
Bnhy Pillow Slips
1027 Nuuanu Street
BEGINNING JUNE 3
Ail the Hats at Reasonable Price
jr.ti5-UlJLI.ETIN ADS PAY-qKS
It gois without Riolng that every
thing Is Host nt TIib Encore.
For plumbing, go to .lolin Nott,
Mi reliant street near Alnkon.
The biggest cholera germ known la
on exhibition nt tlio Anchor Saloon.
'Hound the Island sumnier rate, (30,
Lewis' StatUs and Garage. Tel. 2141.
riir (HI f)c cigar leads nil othcis
iu iliu taco for popiiliu lt Sold ov
eijwlieio. lino assortment of Lily Uiillii, 41
ler dozen. Mrs. Tnjlor, Florist,
Thursdn) mid Friday Jordan')) will
offer Koine reinurkuble Millies In nitis-
ii NlHhllinra has applied for n ill
oico from Iso Nlslilhnra on the
gl omuls of desertion
Off for school? He suro to got jour
Hrhool supplies at llawnllaii News
Co Young Hotel Iltilldlug
It )ou wunt n good Job dona on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
C'urrlngn llfg Co , 427 Queen SL
Don't miss noting tlio line display
of hand-decorated llawullun scenes. on
Chlnn nt the Curio Den. 1113 Fort St.
frank Hi-chert Is rnachliiK the Myr
tle Junior nw lie has u Kood crew
jlikul one which will Kurely make a
Hut Khuwinit on Huturdty
There will ho n stcrcoptlcnl bIiow
glen In the Jnii.incse High School
on Kort street, this evening at 7
o clock The public Is cordlnllj In-
It til to nttend
'I Ihi Home Insurance Company of
Hawaii. Limited, has moved to their
periiuiient iiurters, nt )U King street,
torner Port street, O'Neill building.
Tell phone 3D2fl
I or-ln Andrews tills morning flled
n Joinder In demurrer In connection
with Hie tint' of .lose iIoh P. Hodrl
gties jgaliml 1' Cnrrela ct nl. Ho is
uttoriii'v tor the plaintiff.
The final accounts of Henry Wll
lliiiim and ulso his dlithuigo uh nil
iiilulKliaiur In tlio i-Htalo of tlio Into
lam- Cm i ie P.inkutlU w'iih nllowi.'l
his mi ruing h) .ludgo W. J. Holiln
I he IVilonl grand Jiirv ndjournod
thli moinlug at noon until Ihiiisdnv
ncl It Is expected thai thvv will
then lulng In lliclr rcpoil Thu now
jm-v iu- to inett soiiio lime In (Xlo-
Lowers .t Cooko will take gieat
plcashrc hi slmwlm; you their lniul'
mine new line of -wall pipers l)C'
igim nro limn artistic than epeii-
it hniiil frei-eiiH
(St in hi' Lone was h fine linlve
CharlOK P. UTemoiis in llilUj'fnljcil
St iI(m dlRtiltt court ttik iiimTllng for
In uiii): on .i plea In .ihuciiuut 'Hie
cihc w m t ikon iimlcr alvhement an 1
a veidlit will ho given tomorrow
.Ytstoidjv afternoon, while a Chlnn-
man was driving his wagon Into town
fiiim Ktilumkl, a trolloj car ran Into
It mul violently thluw It down 'Iliu
I'hlnamnn was not serlomly Injuied
Motorcjclo Olllcer Chilton Is Inves
tigating tlio online of Double,
Tlio Pla Pelckniiu laud case, which
Is being heard In tlio land court he
fore Judge W J. Itoblnson hail been
continued until September "G. Dep
ot) Atlorue) General Arthur O. Smith
made tlio application this morning
Ho wants to get some more witnesses
mid also state I that while the attor
ney general was nvvov ho could not
look after the olllco and the case nl
the saino time. Thcro was no kick
coming from tlio defendants.
The man who was hypnotized last
night nt the Savoy theater by Ajcsha
has been on exhibition nil day In one
of the windows of tlio Hopp furniture
stole on King street. This morning
ii delegation mndo an examination of
tlio subject, felt the pulse, which was
found to be normal, and forced open
the eyelids which disclosed tlio eye.
The subject will he brought out nf
the effect tonight at 10 o'clock nt the
eamo place wlicro he was put undei It.
Judge William L. Whitney, Attor
ney Gcncrul Alexander Lindsay, Jr.,
Hhorllt William P. Jnrrctt und the
members of the Sugar Planter's Asso
ciation Hied their answers yestarday
In connection with the amended dec
larations nf Libcrata Gomez and nine
others who ma suing them In connec
tion with the Alaska labor recruiting
troubles. They deny every allegation
und ask tli;t the complaints bo dis
missed. PERSONALITIES '
MltS. S. J FKAIIO.N', wiro of the
manager of the International Hank
ing Corporation bruncli nt Manila, Is
a through passenger In the Tenyo
CAPTAIN II. L IICATH, a skipper
In thu Philippine coistwlso service lu
the Insular solvit i Is returning to
thu Islands nfler a vacation spent on
MISd I.UULINi: MATSO.N cntei
talued jestnulay at a halidsnmo din
ner party for Miss Simpson, buying In
addition to the brldul party, Mr. und
Mrs Prank Muck, Jr, Culdle Kubrls
klu), who returned a fuvv duys ago
fl Din tholr hnucjiiiooti npent in Hu
lopn 'I hoy niti making theli homo at
I lie ralrmont In addition, thorn wcte
nhio Miss W'llln Iiiilnu Teiiuey und MIkr
Jessie Kiilllit'cly, two lit lies fioin Hono
lulu, vvlin mo spending thu season lu
town Tlio other glf'Sts lucliiiltd tlio
Mbses I'loionce C'lulf, Metil McMnhon,
Hiaco (IIIhoii, Lillian Van Vorst, mid
Josi nli King, Percy King, Kim lull
neily, Itoy llyonij and William Wilson
Alls Malum dhpliijed iiviollont tustn
III her dot orations, having Iliu dining
loom In tlcllinte p.islel phadiM blind
ing fioin violet to pllik, iiliunllllta of
livdiangei Hid with big tulle bows,
1'lvlng this ifloit Ml nil .Million will
l.i' hnitesH again today lit u hlg hrhlgo
ten at wlik Ii the gurst nf llotinr will
bo MIhh I'liiieiico ('liiff, llKuiuluoi
City Transfer Co. -
JAS. H. LOVE
THRONG TENYO MARU'S DECKS
At Least One Hundred Globe Trotters Are Numbered Among
Visitors to Honolulu Today Makura to Remain Here Un
til a Late Hour Inter-Island Steamers Taking Away
Large General Cargoes.
Of tlio ono hundred and nlnctj-twu
cabin pnssengcrs on the through list
of the Toyo Ktscn Knlsha liner Tona
Muru, an arrival at the iirt shottlv
before ten o'clock this inoinlug, at
least ono hundred are said to have
provided themselves with rum! tilp
tickets heforo departing from Snn
Tho gloho troltora reigned on Ten-
vo'g decks on tho voyage down from
the coast. The) made merry In thel
social hull and In the dining saloon.
On the spacious decks, fanned by
light and kindly hi cozes, vvero con
ducted a series of pleasurable dances
under tho nusplccs of tho ever con
genial Purser William II. HpIiI, act
ing under Instructions from the popu
lar Captain Krucst Itent.
T, K. K. biisltioss tins experienced
a wonderful Impotin as far ns pnis
enger nml freight husluess Is concern
ed kIiico tho "divorce" when the Jap
nlipie Hue palled cnntpiuv with her
mnto the Pnclilo, Mull. Twenty-llvo
ciibln pissetigurs nro to Join the ves
sel nt this pott, und Purser Held stat
ed that ho lenll) did not know vvhcio
ho wns going to pinto the later m
rlvals unless he turned his laigo mid
elegantlv npsltited olllco Into a sleep
Hut I In t'e cnblii pibiongtrs Itft tho
vessel ut this i olnt The liner lus
no ver huge cargo 'Ihiough jciui
iongeiH in olliei classes liicludo :,"
lu the second class and 2iiU lu the
'llio vuathci was (lno nil tho vvav
down from the const. Tho .Sliluvil
Maru was passu! on Monday evening
Mid while, the vtskelt weio annus
miles up ut, u scilch uf siren shrieks
greeted the'ndvont -of the latest on
ilUlon to tho T. K. K. fleet. Quito a
little ctlebintlon followed. Rockets
were sent up und other outward forms
or domoustriitloii were manifested.
Aiming tho through passengers are
H. A. Pethtrldge or the Urltlsh nnvy.
on his way to thu China station. Mi.
ami Mrs. If. II. Uinilmrd ami Mr, und
Mrs. F .W. Flint, Jr. of Iis Angelas
arc among tho holders of "round the
woild" tickets. Thoy aro taking with
tlioin un nutuniobllo In which tliej will
make a tour of the Orient. Mr. and
Mis. J. II. Preston and Mr. and Mis
S S Preston or Menlo Park will ulso
circle thu globe.
ltev. mul Mrs. Paul P. Knrls nnd
family, well known missionaries of
North China aro returning to station
after a 5 car's absence spent In tho
Other passengers arc M. Quezon of
the Philippine commission: J. M, Ma
cedfl, Peruvian consul nt Hongkong,
on his wnj hack to his post, and
Jiulgo U P. Trent, nssoclato Justice
of tho supremo court of tho Philip
Mauna Kea Ready for Sea.
Some quick woik wns done on tho
lnter-Ulund stcainer Mauna Kea und
that vesbel was ready for son and
tel sail lor Hllo and wuy porta nt
ten o clock this morning. A laigo
number of tourists availed themselves
of tho opportunity ut vlowlng the
wonders of the volcano by taking
passage In tho liner. The Mauna Ken
carried a lurge list of cabin and deck
pasnengeiH In addition to mi ussort'
ment of gcnci.nl cargo.
Ikelike Away for Island Ports.
Today's departuies Included tho
Intor-Uland steamer Ikellko which
sailed shortly after noon today for
jiiautiKona ami Hiiwmiino. Tim vessel
will return with bhlpmeuts of sugir
1. ml a deck load of cattle.
Wallele Departs from Hawaii.
Tho Inter-Island atoatner Wallelo
was dispatched for Hoiuikna und Ku
kullinclo ut noon today Inking a gen
eial curgu Including shipments of for
tlllzcir and lumber.
Tho Matron Nnvlgnllon ateainei
Wlllie'lmlnn und the Oceanic steamer
Sierra mo hooked for departure foi
Sin l'nihclsco nt ten o'clock tomoi
low moinlng. Tho Willielmlun Is Ink
Ing over one huiidrod cabin pusacn
geia and a goodly quantity of sugar,
plucapplvs and other lines of Hawaii
W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Solo Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
- Phone 1281
an products. The Slcira will leave
the port "chiick-ii-hlock with freight
according to reports ft nm her agents
The OcfHtilc liner will depart with at
least one bundled cabin and a num
ber of steerage passengers.
Arrangements have been mndo for
the services of the Teirltorlal bund
nt the departure of both steamers,
thtf bnnd hovs visiting the Mntsou
wharf nnd Oceinls wharf between
nine nnd ten o'clock, and devoting
iihout one hnlf hour to an Impromptu
concert at each plnco.
Persia Watched by Secret Servlco
Tho Paclllc AInll liner Persia which
Is dun to arrive from Sim Kiain Ikoii
on n week from tomoriuw, was watch
ed by Purine Count secret servlco
Mentha during the Btaj r-t San Fran
John H. Wllklo. head nf tho Unit
oil Status secret servhe, was an In
terested spietalor when the customs
force tackled tlio Job of starching tha
liaggsgo of the nasscngeis who ar-
lived from the Orient un tho Persia.
lie wus escorted to the wharf by
Special Deputy Collector W. 11. Ham
ilton, who also took him on bo ml tho
thlp mid showed him what a loved)
place mi ocean liner Is for tho hiding
The Porsln vv.nR overhauled nt Ho
nolulu bj Collector of the Port Slack
iihln Stneknblo'H searcheis found no
opium, but Hint did liol prevent tho
customs olllcl lis nt San I'ranclscci
from giving the Persia tho iiannl
search. Wllklo was on Ixiaitl the Por
sln onlyjor a few minutes, hut re
mained In tho searching corral nsk-
-tiiK-iliwHtkina. and watching opera
tions lorimore than an hour.
China has Room for Forty.
The Pacific Mall liner China which
hns,s.il((l from Yokohama en roirto to
Mill i-ranusco uy ino way or Hono
lulu hasioom loi foiiy aildlllouul
passcngara On arrival nt this pml.
Tho vessel will -.discharge .TiO tons
Orlr-ntnllenrgo while here. The China
goes tiMho Channel w harf and should
rrrlvo here on tho afternoon of Se
temher 21st or early on the morning
of the 22nd.
Per T. K. K. S. S. Teii)o Mnru
from Sjin Francisco, Sept. 12 For
Honolulu: Jolio A lleola II. Ilutt, c.
I PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per T. K K S. S. Tenjo Maru,
for Jnpfin jiorts nnd Shnnghnl, Sept
12. -Miss K. Hiayton Dr. A. 11 Cross,
A. K. Dunning. Mrs. A. H. Dunning,
C. Oraliam, C Keolor, Miss J. Mann,
Miss M. Marshall, Dr. F. J. Nlchol
son. Mis. F. J. Nicholson, Miss D. M.
Olcott, Miss A, W. Olcott, Mrs. J. J
IN FOREIQN PORTS.
. Tuesday. Sect. 12.
MA1UIKONA Anlved, Sept. 12: Ilkt.
Irmgaid, IS dnjs from Sun 1 ran
Cisco. SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Sept. 12,
1 p. m.: U. 8, A. T. Shormun, hence
SEATTLE Arrived. Sept. 12: S. S
Arlzonan, from Snn Francisco.
COLUMniA IllVKU Sailed, Sept. 12:
Schr. Dellunco, for Port Alion.
S. S. I.QOAN, nnlves from Sun Fran
cisco, at 7 p. m. today.
S. S. SlllHIHA, arrives fromYoko-
nama, S'Umday morning cariy,
Gentnro I'likiida, nnd not Yumngu-
chl, as thu morning pupor had It to
day, who shot himself Inst night nn
the pn inlses of the olllrhil residence
ol Japanese Consul (lenernl llyeiin on
Nuu.tuu street, died this morning at 4
o'clock III the .lupmieso Hospital llu
was unmarried, und camu from the
M efet turn of Ymnugiiclil, Japan, u few
Tho hosiillnl mithorltloH stated today
that thu man wiih piolmhly Insane
when he (ouimltled suleldo.
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to no? it 'it u no Ttfl S.4- s
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Iaist unrtir of tho moon Stpt. 15
LIE IDLE HERE
Approximate!) a million dollars out
of the million mid u hnlf of Terri
torial bond money that Is coming on
tlio transport Uignn due this after
noon or tomorrow morning will He
idle In the Territorial vaults, say pro
minent financiers after looking over
the local situation.
No present need exists for an) thing
like tnis amount uf mono) nnd the
banks, whtcti alone cun uso the mo
ney under ordinary circumstances, do
not vvnnt much of the two tons of gold
that Is coming. Dvoii If they needed
It, they would have to deposit tertaln
classes of bonds ns securlt).
What Is going to bo done with nil
Ihe gold that Treasurer Conkllng Is
bringing with hi in on board the l.og.m
Is n deep, dark seciut, Nobody seams
to know nn) thing about It and sum"
of tho Territorial ofllclals do not seem
to oven know Hint there Is any gold
While on bo.md the traiiHimrt Io
gan It Is being guarded by n special
guard of soldiers bill what Is going
to Implicit uflor Hint vessel leiehes
hero Is the mystery. It Is nil up to
Mr Conkllng mul tils Is tho brain
(lint will have to work overtime de
vising some, menus whereby It can be
taken up to tho treasury without uiiv
of it spilling out on tho wn) Tlio
local iiollco force may huvo tlio giiiul
Ing of It and then ngnlii Ihey liny
not. Nobody knows.
All that has hecu given out oIlLolal-
ly Is that It will ho placid In the
government vaults and that any of
me luniks nbout tlio city can hnvo
just as miicli or It ns they want pro
viiimg tunl tlii) put up sumclenl so
cuilty. Ai cm ding to tho bnnk mail'
tigers, howuver, Ihey do I not want
much of It and It Is likely to lie there
tint 1 1 tt Is nil sptut.
FIRST BIDS FOR
(Continued from Pagajll
St (' Hi)its quotts ns, fellows for
six-Inch vltillltd piping. "0f u mile
inrlngo, 21c per HiimiI foot: thrce
quiirti rs 10 u mile mul u half tartnge,
1't l-Se; to three nnd n hnlf milts,
22 l-2c For eight-Inch, hnlf a tulle
turtiiKe, 30c; iqi to n mile and n half,
"He: til three nnd n half miles, 32c.
Fur eight-Inch spci lals, Ys nnd Ts, to
tlino nnd u 1 nt IT milts: SxG Vs. Jl 20
tilth, Sx!S Tit. tl Id; SxC Ts. tl 20; sl
Ituli specials, S2c; for CxC Ys nml x6
Ts 8.i nil dlitmites, und for In mis,
fl.'t, nil dlstnnces. Order delivered
within tlility .ln)ii.
Tho von Hnmin-Young Company,
l.lmltt-d, on ptnnduiil east-Iron sewer
miinhiiles, cove's und rims qiintis
tlOCS eacli r o Ii. work, thirty duvs
delivery, but It stipulates that nfttr
llrst dt'llvcrv sullklont will ho tarried
to iniillf.. futiiro iifiivtrv rroni stock.
Honnlulii Iron JlVorks state that they
must c-oij' the comptete Jild to bo nbto
to dellvtr and tun nut split It. For
iilght-lnch pipe, all distances, 27c per
llninl, foot; for slx-lnth pipe, nil dls
tnnces, 18c For eight-Inch specials
Yh nnd Ts, nil distances: 8x Ys, 8x8
Ts nnd 8x6 Ts. 11.08 each For six
Inch spetlals- Cxi Ys, CxC Ts nnd OxG
licnds, nil tllstniHes, T2o for tho first
two nnd UOc for the bends For tho
sewer covers, rlnis, etc thev quota
tlS each Delhi ly of nil within forty
e'ntton. Nelll X. Co. put hi n bid for
the manholes nnd fixings nt JIT. each,
di livery within thirty iIiivh.
II Hutkreld & Co, Ltd, quote for
California red brick: Half to ono und
n half tulles front postnllice, tl" 40 per
thouxuml: to two miles, J 1 8 40. mid to
thrio nnd u half miles. Its to
Tho Hawnlliin Iron Fence nnd Mnn
unitilt Wniks, Ltd, nlo bid for the
lot, hut tin) wire too high nil through
nnd tin Ir cluck was returned thtm at
their own n quest
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17
TWO (1AMHH - . TWO UAMHrt
1l30 P. A. C. v.. HAWAII3
3-30 J. A. C. vi. STARS
Price. 35c, 25c, 15e, 10o
Itestrveil Reuts fin center mid wings
of Muiiilnliind tan hu booktil ut I O,
Hull A Son's Hpnilliii; dtpailintnt, Ihi-
liuiito, Kim; stnut.
'Pit lit Ih on sale nt M. A. flunt'
('lliai Hlnru fioin 1 p pi Saturday to
11 u m, HiiiiiI iy
News wns received Here today of
the dentil In Dolgliim )esterdny of
Pletro-Morcellln Iloiisquot, superlor
grucrnl of thu Congregation of Hie
Sacred Hearts and superior heal ol
tlio mission work of tho congregation
which embraces the Hnwollau Islands
Tho noted Catholic Is known to sev
eral of the Catholic clergy here, nnd n
solemn requiem was celebrated In the
Catholic Cathedral this morning
Plene-Mnrcellln lloiitquet was horn
tit Cnmnrnns, Fiance, April 2, lS2t!
After brilliant studies In the college
of Uspallon, nnd In the scmlnuiy of
St. Pierro nt Hodez, ho entered the
novfclato of the Congregation of the
Sacred Hearts at firaves, Oct, 2, 1S47.
Having terminated the iiovlcluto ho
was admitted to the profession of the
religious vows In tho mothorhoiise of
the Congregation nt Paris, May 20,
Immediately afterwards he began
the Html) of philosophy, which he In
terrupted to obtain his degree, ns
Uachclor of Literature, and having
obtained It, ho taught Latin In the
Col lego of Cuhors till August, 1852.
Meanwhile ho wns ordnlned priest
Juno G, 1852, Shortly afterwards ho
bcc.uno profesor of philosophy nt tho
(Ireut Scmlmuy of llouen; four years
later taught dogma In tin! same scinl
uaiy, and August 10. UH2 wns up
pointed superior of that Institution.
lie wns elected Siipcilor-deneral of
tho Congregation of the Sncrc I
Hearts' April R, 1870; soon after his
election he left Paris to vlsjt tho dif
ferent houses of his order: nnd thin
escaped the horrors of thu Commune.
A week alter his departure the molli
eihonso ut Paris was sacked; the
prlnclpnl Fathom wore mndo prison
ers and four of the fuslll.itoil.
Ilo died ypBtonlaj nftcr n long sick
ness nt (ho nctiiil mntherhoiun of the
Order nt Hrnlno-lo-Cointo, Ilelgluui.
A solemn mass of icqulcm wan celo
liratid In the cathedral of Our I-udy of
i'ciico by Father Joseph, Provincial
of tho Catholic Mission usslsled h)
Fathers Reginald us dencon, mid
Father Cnnlsiiis us sub-deacon.
Hawaii Is getting some rent irkahl)
good ailvcillsiiig lu Aiistialla thioiigh
tho Hawaii I'romotiou Committee,
tnvH Luis Jnrkton, liuliistrlul cont-
inisslouer of thu Hrlo ltjllioad. cuiu
pauy und a prnuilnont railroader r
tho miiliilniul, who Is lu Honolulu to
day on 'his way homo from n trip
Hint has Included tho Antipodes.
"liver) whcio .vott go In Auslralln
mid Australasia tho pioiilo know
about Hawaii nnd Its iittiucllons
through jour promotion committee,"
snld Mr, .liickson this morning. "We
saw slsiis GvprvvvliHO, and vvero nhlo
to gut thu toniniKteo's llltralure at
every hotel. There was a big item im!
for It too. I never b.nw much ml
Mr. Jackson s.ijs ho wont to the
AntliKides lu cause hn had visited nl
most uvoty other nctcsslhlo spot lu
tho world nud wis glvin tlneo mouths
vocation, so he hud to go lomewhero
Ho wns tho guost ut luncheon todiy
of Sccietnry WikhI of tho Piomntlou
FRIENDS OF ROSE
DIG UP AND PAY
losoiih Hose, Spanish Interpreter In
jioIIch court, ts congratulating himself
today on mi tinoxpocted lecolpt of
eleven tlollnis from his fi lends.
Ruse, who wns lined hv .lu Igo Mon-
'snrr.it for delivering a h)pitutlc Mow
to J. I . Durno omclnl nioKqiillo catch
er of tho Hour I of Health a few da)B
ago, paid his fine of ten doltutg and
one dollar court costs at thu time he
was tried. He pleaded guilt) to tho
chin go uf unsntilt mid wus lined und
reprlninndei! hy Judge Monsiurat.
Hut lutor on, Itojo's friends, who
heard of tho enso, got together nml
dcchlAil to refund his flues hy means
of Biibecilpllon. Hlovcn dollars was
turned over to Hose tod.nv. Some of
Hoso'p friends said today Hint had tho
court fined him one huiidrod dollars
Ihey would havo paid that mnottnt,
Judge V, J. Itoblnson yesteul.iy io
fused to Issue u temporary Injunction
und to uppulnt a lecplver in connec
tion with thu estate of the Into Mrs.
Hllmhuth Sin kw It t'. Hei I'lisbmul,
Fled SnckwIL:, hiotiglit thu suit on
tho grounds that ho Is thu roll) hell
at law and that sliu had nut the power
to le.ivi the niuiiey to her step-sou
Sachwllz states thut when they llrrt
enitin hole they had no money hut thut
by woiklng at his tiado us a uu poli
ter ho saved up soiiio und bought
houses Willi li hu Hindu uvtil lulu Ills
BULLETIN ADR PV-
Knitlilk) Cafe, Al.lkiil HI, Host 2.10
Ills (ll III lit) Ope tl da) mid night
T ()llllo, lop taCU-tlll
HiimiI luy puny with middle nnd luldlo
on Mini) il from Vulloy Hi Imol,
lluwulil Appl) Dr. Itii)nnilid Pliomi
I'lllJD WALDUON Is looked for to
arrive from tlio Coast tumoirow.
Mil. AND MltS UFOIKIB C. 11HCK
Li:V havo taken upiiitmeiits nt tho
MANAtinit WATT of Olaa was til
town icreiitly loi the pinposo of en
tering his children In Puliation.
M KATZLW'STHIN nnd fanilly, well
known New York people, nro travel
ing to the Fust ns through pusscngern
In the Tenyo Muru, ,
CAPT. S A. PKTHimiDCli:, an olll
cer In the Hrltlsh Nnvy, Is loliirnlng
to station In the Far Fast ns a pas
senger In the Teii)o Maru.
MOIU1AN ROSS, munngor of Coro
undo Hotel, near San Diego, Is milking
u round trip to tho orient us n pus
singer in tlte Japanese liner Teti)o
JUIKli: I! C (IOOD1NO mid fanilly
of California, nre numbered mining thu
los Angeles dolt gat loll who me p.ts-
Bengers In the Tenyo Maru en route tu
MANAGER WILLIAMS of tho Ka
li n I til railway In a visitor to Iliu clfv.
Ho all) 8 tho Maul (K'oplo will m.iko
no move in tho wharf proposition un
til thu I I. S. N. Co. people iinke a
11 I). LO.M1IAIH) and Mrs I-oiu-liurd,
Iis Angeles people, urn niiiii
bered In thu list of pusscngeis lu Hit)
Tenyo Mart! They urn en rntito to llm
orltnt mul will m iko u i diiikI trip In
JUIH1E O P. TRENT, Assoilnte
Jiidgn on the Supreme llonoh In tho
Philippines Is returning to the Islands
ufter having spent u vneutloti on thu
mainland Ilo Is among the pisseii-
gets in the Teti)o.
MltS i: C WILLS, willow of the
owner of n large chain of drug atoren
throughout Iowa, with licndquarleis
ut Des Moines, Is making u ple.iHiiro
trip to tho Fur East us u pusseiiger
In the Tt ii)o Muni
MISS II S llAllNES, u Niillonil
fietretory of tho y, W. C Awho h.u
been Idetitllled with that oiganlzutloli
for it iiiiinbof of ) o.i rii, Is making n
tilp to the Far East us u pusst tiger lu
the Japanese Unci Ten)o Muru
MR. AND .MRS W F FLINT, of I.os
Angelts, Calif.,- propose making an
uulomohllo tour of Hie Orient us far
ns Is practical Ihey im pisseligers
In thu Toiiu Muru mid urn turrjlng
their motor cur vvltli them on the vo)-
'J. II EVANS, Philippine Insular
Governor of 1'nl.uwin Isl Hid, Is a re
tinning passenger In the Teii)o Maru.
He has been on extilldtd leave of nb
ne'iiic, tho greiitor part of wlileti wns
spent lu tlio States With 1 1 1 nt urn
Mis Evuns und four children.
HAMILTON HOLT, ii through pas
senger In tlit Tenyo Muru, Is to leave
that vo'hoI ut Yokohama und lake up
it Journey to Peking, China Holt Is
a novvspnpnr man with a mainland ux
perieuio. He represents a syndicate
of publishers nml will lotuto In NMtli
J. M. MACEDO, Peiiivlan Consul
with sliitlon nt Hongkong, Is a
through pisseitger In the Jiipincso
liner Ten)o Mnru this morning. Ma
ledo was forme) ly Vhe-Consul stu
lloited ut New York, being sent from
there us Consul (o Scotlnnd mid later
to Hongkong, whole he has been for
two )eau. Ilo Is returning fioin n
leave of nbsence, spent In a tour
mound the world.
P II PATCHES', en mute to Peking,
China, w'hero ho will represent the As
soclulcs Pi ess and other lifilnland
news gathering agencies, is n passeti-.
ger In the Tcii)o Muru, urcompnulril
by Ills wlfo. Mr Putchln telehriiled a
birthday on thu way down fiom Sun
Francisco und us ho was guest of hon
or, a delectnblo cuko wus survtd which
upon more minute inspection was
filled with cotton mid fragments of
J. 11. IIIIOWN nnd J. Robinson, two
Hrltlsh vauiltivilla performuis, who
coma liore'Hlglily recommended by the
tuuuugement.or the Ilk kind Clicult
throughout Apstialla, weio passengers
In the Canadian liner Makura tlihi
morning Thay will remain over for
a brief senson, und open ut ono of tlio
FRANK VIDA, who In company with
W. Porter lloyd, fofiner shipping com
missioner ut Honolulu, went to Shang
hai bIx years ngo to connect In mi of
llclal 'capacity with tho Ainoi lean
China Development Company, re
turned to thu Islands us a passenger
lu thu Canadian-Australian liner Mu
kttru this morning. Vlila Is now a suc
cessful share broker uf Shanghai He
bus been un n tour of Aitstiullu. Ilo
returns to tlio (lay Palco of tho Far
Fast In thu Poislu after a visit with
his parents, who reside heie
REV PAUL P. PARIS, Mm Furls
mid three ililldroii, well known nils
Klonntlcs conneited wllh Pioshytir
Inn stations ut Ninth China, mil mini
liorod muniig tho thioiigh passeiigms
In the Jiipuue30 liner Tenyo .Muni
Huv mid Mis. Fulls ure returning
from u vtur spent tliioiighout tho
United Stales In addition to a re
newiil of many mqiiiilutiiniea und
frliiudsliliis, Rev. nml Mrs Fulls found
opportunity to deliver a sorlts of In
ti resting addresses upon tiiitdllloiiH
found in thiil set lion of China which
Is now their homo.
MANHEL S QFKZON, Insular Del
oguto from tho Pblllpiiliio Islands, who
has ripiiiscntori; his gmoriiiuout ut
Wushliigtoii, li"?i visitor to Honolulu
today ua a through passenger In tlio
.liipiiitsu liner Ttiii)o Main While lu
San Prulitlseu Iloiiornhlii ()ueoii held
u number of lonfereittes with the ill
let lorn of thu Pun iiua-l'aelflc exposi
tion In logard In mi uxtinslvo oxlilh
It to ho Hindu by thu Philippine gov
ernment llu Is very ninth Interested
III tho success of llm iikposlllnii, mul
sit) n Mini lie will ilo inoi)!hng ho can
In mouse eiilliiisiiisin mining Iih pm
pin In liiiiko llm Phlllppluu ixhlbll nun
nf llm llnust that has over bull sunt
ft tint tho Inlands.