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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1908.
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A tiTona stifling n rkclrh tuid dcscrlptlnn mtT
qncuf uicorinlii our opinion free wiitllir an
Iniculinri ts l'ruhnlily riitcntHhif
rut fren. Oldest policy fur inuinnir imtcnts.
I'ntMiHH taken tnrniidti Muun A Co. recclTB
pptcUl notice t without charge, In the
A hnndsorrelf UlntrlM weekly. IjitcosI c!n
cutitlcm at nnj erleutlilo lotirnnl. Ternm. f 3 m
yonrt four montbi(L Sold lall nowedwilers.
frIUNN & Co.3GiB.d.r. Mew York
branch Offlco, (33 F SU Wathlneton. D. U,
HONOLULU IltON WORKS CO.
of every description made to
1.EWERS & COOKB (Robert LewersJ
P. J, Lowrey, C. M. Cooke). Importers
nnd dealers In lumber and
mnterlala. Office. 414 Fort street
Letters rcmaininc uncalled for in tlio
jeneral delivery for tlio week ending
ovemuer n, anus:
Adam, David Kiedlin, Mrs G
Meeklcy,. Airs L McLean, Mrs Helen
Mill, Airs Auilia Jtanslleld, John
JBobinton, P 11 Martin, Charlie 1'
Bond, Miss E Needliam, Mis
Urown, JIrs W L Elena
turroll, Mrs Will II Peck, Mrs E
t'ody. James Hobcecn, Mrs
Cuff, Tbomns (2) ISieknrd, Miss
Davis, J J Nelllo
Davis, Annie Shaw, Miss Miunlo
Dow,AIiss Eliza- Sinclair, David
bcth.0 Taylor, Jesse J
Gunthern, Mrs Tnrr, Knnott
Adeline Toliin, Charles P
Hardy, J J Turner, Miss
JUlbus, Mass Heu- Charlotte X
'rictta Turner, L r
Jones, Mrs Annio West, Uiileon
Kearney, J E A'nuiig, Mrs Nellie
Chandler, II S Waggoner, S.L
Toni, Mrs J N S
JOSEPH G PRATT,
THREE DECISION BY
IE SOME COURT
The Supremo Court yesterday handed
down decisions in threo eases. In
ilcCandless vs. Honolulu Plnntatton et
!., appealed by the defendant, the
Supremo Court Mistained tlio judgment
of the i Circuit Court, which was in
favor of Mc('andles, in an ejectment
jnit to determine tlio title to a small
kulcunn at Hnlnvvii.
In tho matter of the estate of C.
Alii, tho Supreme Court decided that
AV. L. Whitney, who was the administrator
of tho estnte, must pay $870.90
to AT. Silveira & Co., tho amoiml of a
forty per cent. dividend of their claim
sgaintt the estate, notwithstanding ho
bad been discharged on a hearing of
lis petition for an allowance of flual
accounts nnd discharge, at which bearing
the creditor was not present, not
laving received notice of it, nnd his
claim pot having been considered.
In tho case of Martello vs. Martcllo,
tlio Supremo Court held with Judgu
Lindsay that the Circuit Court bad no
jurisdiction in divorce, proceedings
where the suit is brought in a different
jurisdiction from that in which tho
parties Inst lived together as husband
CnOUP QUICKLY CUBED.
A few doses of Chamberlain's Cough
l!emedy brings surprising results when
a child shows symptoms of croup.
There is no cause for nlarm when this
medicine is in the house, as It rarely
takes more than threo or four dosos to
bring about n comploto cure. If has
Tievcr fniled even in tho most severe
and dangerous case. Tor sale at all
dealers. Ilcnson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
agents for Hawaii,
A large block of Oiaa stock was
sold yesterday through Italstead & Co.
$5 a ehare. This is practically a
janip of a dollar a share.
(Prom Ban Francisco Merchants Ex
Friday, November 13.
San Francisco Sailed, Nov. 13, S.
S. Snntn Itita, for Kahuhit and Kihel.
Seattle Arrived, Nov. 12, S. S. Ari-
zonnn, from San Francisco.
Yokohama Arrived, Nov. 13, S. S.
Siberia, henco Nov. 2.
Port Townsend Arrived, Nov. 13,
schr. Robert Senrlcs, from Knliului Oct.
Hilo Sailed, Nov. 11, S. S. Mexican,
lor enn irancisco; iNov. 10, sciir. w.
It. Marston, tor San Francisco.
San Francisco Arrived, Nov. 13, S.
S. Asia, 5 p. m., hence Nov. 7.
Saturday, November 14.
Yokohnmn Snilcd, Nov. 14. S. S,
Tqnyo Maru, for Honolulu.
' Sunday, November 13.
Eureka Arrived, Nov. 15, Br. bk.
llolvwood. from Honolulu.
San PrancUco Sailed, Nov. 11, M.
N. a. b. Lntorpnse, for Honolulu.
Monday, Nov. 10, 1908.
San Francisco Arrived, Nov. 15, S.
S. Columbian) from Salina Cruz. Sailed,
Nov. 14, H. s. Enterprise, for Hilo. Ar
rived, Nov. 15, 2 p. m, U. B. A. T,
Uuford, from Mnnlla.
Eureka Arrived, Nov. 15, Dk. Holy-wood,
heneo Oct. 22.
Seattle Sailed, November 10, A.-II.
S. S. Arizonnn, for Honolulu.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Friday, November 13.
O. S. S. Alameda, bow-dell, from San
Frnncisco, 9 a. m.
S. S. Itosecrans, from Oaviota (towing
barge Monterey), 2 p. m.
Saturday, November 14.
Str. Likelike, Naopaln, from Hawaii
ports, 9:15 n. m.
P. JI. S. S. Mongolia, from Yokohama,
0:15 p. in.
Str. Mauna Kca, rreoman, from nilo
and way ports, n. m.
Sunday, November 15.
Fr. sp. Rocliumbeuu, Genu, from
Leitli, 10 n. m.
Str. Miknliala, from Molokai nnd
Maui ports, 3:17 a. m.
Str. Nilhau, from Annholn, 2:53 a. m.
Str. W. G. Hnll Thompson, from
Kauai ports, n. m.
Str. Ivvnlniii, Self, from Kawaihae,
12j01 p. m.
Str. Kauai, from Hilo and Kawaihae,
G:30 a. m.
S. S. Texan, from San Francisco,
4 p. in.
IS. AX. S. S. Aornngi, Diillips, from
Vancouver, a. m.
Monday, Nov. 10.
-P. M. S. S. Manchuria, Saunders,
from San Francisco, 10 a. m.
U. S. A. T. Crook from Manila via
Nagasaki, 5:20 p. m.
Str. Clnudine, Dennett, for Maui and
Hilo, 5 p. m.
U. S. A. T. Sheridan, Stlnson, for
vjuam and .Manila, 11 n. m.
It. At. S. S. Aornngi, Phillips, for
the colonics, l p. m.
P. M. S.'S. Mongolin, Fisher, for San
i rnncisco. u p. m.
Stmr. Kcj Au Hou for Kuuai pons,
it p. m.
Por O. S. S. Alameda, from San Francisco,
Nov. 13. E. W. Adams, G. P.
Ashe, Mrs. Ashe, Mrs. J, W. Bcane, E.
A. Ilcrndt, Mrs. It. J. Buchly and
child, Mrs. W. P. Butler, Mrs. A. V.
Cnrrea, Mrs. M. F. Fischer, Mrs. Flack
nnd child, Miss Flnck, Mrs. W. M.
Miss Ethel Jordan, L. C. Keating,
Miss L. King, W. J. Lamb, Mrs.
Lamb, Mrs. Michaels, Miss Tliora Oss,
Morlcy I'hilp, H. II. Perry, Miss Ger-
trudo Potter, Miss O. Prousc, J. W.
Ilntu, Mrs. until, Master Jlatn; Mrs. M.
Ttohorts, Miss Anne L. Sears, L. M.
Sears, F. E. Slieehy, A. II. Thurlow,
Mrs. Thurlow and child, M. W.
Tschudi, .Mrs. Tschudi, II. C. Webster,
C. F. White, Judge A. A. Wilder, Mrs.
Wilder, J. W. McAllister and two chil
dren, Mr. Hale.
Per str. Mauna Kca, from Hilo,
Nov. 14. Mrs. J. M. Hnll, Ii. Held-ford,
S. Toplitz, M. 11. Fclker, Mrs.
IVlkcr, Miss A. Akona, Geo. Mundou,
H. C. Hnnes, H. W. Mist, Muster II.
Mori, Mrs. J. T. Mori, Mrs. C. E.
Richardson, AV. W. Harris, J. Dough-
ertv, Fatlier Caisens, Father Alvyoins,
F, . McStoclter, Mrs. McStocker, Dr.
. II. Clark, 1). K. Eguchl, Kim Hang
'sup, J. .Tnrgensen, II. II. Kenton, Mis.
Kenton, Jl. 1'. Jlcckloy, d. 1'. Woods,
rather Patrick, llev. W. Makcknu,
Cupt. . M. Baker, Mury You, John
Klclinruson, Jr.; Lieut. C. Turner, P.
V. Knudscii, II. Kolb, Mrs, Kolb,
l'atjier Ohio, Father Paul, II. Akona,
vtrs. Akona, J. McAndy, Chong Lung,
Miss O. Leal, Mrs. Joe Leal nnd child,
M. Tagnwu, K. Nnkamura, W. T,
Bailiey, It. 1'. Quarles, Dr.
. II. Ilnjmond, V. Lucas, W. D. Lowell,
B. Wnggonor, E. Gieseckc, A. N.
liaysclden, W. A. Kinney. Father
Emerson, Cnpt. L. Tuchollke, Lieut. C.
Pin'k, 11. Trushimn, K. Nnkamura.
Per P. M. S. S. Mongolia, from the
Oiient, Nov. 14. Por Honolulu: Miss
C. M. Clapp, Mrs, W. 11. Heen, .Mrs.
0. G. Seoug and child. Through: Mr.
Albcrtson, Mrs. Albertson, Miss
D. L. Anderson, J. C, Ander-'on,
V.. Ascher, A. C, Bilicko, Mrs. A,
0. Billcke, Capt. F. Blscbof, Mrs. F.
Itischof, W. C. Bunner, It. A. Byers,
Jlrs. E. Clapp, E. J. Cowan, S. I.
Hev, J. Ij. Cunninggim, Miss C,
J. Durkeo, Master N. Endo, Mrs. It. P.
I'rost, (I. II. Gibson, Mrs. G. It. Gibson,
J. L. M. Gibson, A. P. Griffith,
1'ev, F, C. Haneock, Mrs. F. C. Han-cock
nnd infant, Mrs. Y. Hiroshima
nnd niiinh, Miss J, M. Hunter, Miss B,
Irwin, Miss Alico Jay, 11. Kakiuchi,
G. Ki'ltel, T. Kimbara, Miss 0. W.
Knowlcs, F. B. Loomis, Mrs. F. B.
i.nnmis nnd child, E. II. It. Mnnley,
D. L. McKenzle. Miss M. I.
Moure, W. A. Ncwcombe, Miss M. W,
Xiles, Lt. D. N. M. C. de Noronha,
Mrs. A. A. Old, Miss Old, S. Oki, J.
f O'Laughlln, Mrs. J. 0. O'Laughlin,
0. A. Poole. Mrs. II. D. Bead. Master
1. l'ead, Miss Corn Head, Max
J. Schweitzer and maid,
IfkS Slinok. . , W. ... W. ... Rlinnuin. . ffT IrH W.
W. Pimiison and maid, J. Stelnborg, H.
0. Ft.evensan, Mrs, II. Q. Stovcnson,
r, Stevenson, Mrs. II. E. Taylor,
Mis II, B. Taylor, T. Vchiaa, Miss E.
', W,;,ierj Hlshop Scth Ward, Miss
II, Wotson, Miss A. H, Wjleor, Ling
Phih Chung, Lin Ying Lin, Loo Fing
lock, g llong, Master B Yuo Kam,
Ow King Hsianir. Pel Yu Linnu. Pon
Foiig Pong, Tong Chino Kung, Tong
Knng Cheng, Fong Knt, Tong Mun To,
Tong Sul Hong, Tong Sui Wo, Tong
Yu Kit, Tson Ying Hsicn, Wnng Yuen
Chlng, Wong Cbien Tsu, Wong Gee,
Ynng Sin, Yang Yu Wing nnd 2 servants,
Yung1 Kwni, Mrs. Yung Kwnl,
Miss Yung Kwni Gertrude, Master
Yung Kwai Bnrnhnm, Master Yung
Kwni Dana, Miss Yung Kwai Elizabeth,
Master Yung Kwni Addison. II.
K. long nnd 3 servnnts, II. E.
Prince Tsnl nnd 1 servant, Chang
Choo AVlng, Chang Hong Yeu, Chang
Tse, CM Tsen Sun, Chu Sing i'uen,
Chung Keo Chuck, Chu Chlk Wo, Miss
Do Lay Van, Mnster Fang Que, 1'ung
Yuen Sing, Fong Hnng, Mrs. Ham
Vny, Miss Ho Don, Hong Lay 2in, Dr.
Hsiao Chi Nan, Hsu Sbi Chang, Hsu'
Sinn lang, .lemc .Mting Ulmng, .icino
Mun Kwnng, Mnster Kuan lao Chun,
Kuan Tsoo vliang, iljss lee Uy, Lau
Kia Chan, Mrs. Leo Slice, Liang Ying
Chi, Li Chinn Fien, Ow Ching Clio.
Por 11. M, S. 8. Aornngi, from Vancouver.
November 15. Mrs. O. J.
Wm,'Geo. Oiding, G. W. Mtappiti, II.
unapman, jir. Wnlcrlioiisc, .urs. water-house,
Mrs. C. S. Stair and child, (J. S.
Stow, W. S. Thomas, Mrs. Thomas, Miss
Bodkins, Miss Mullen, Mrs. J. S. Bailey,
Miss Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bull
and family, D. Kent, P. Hawkcs", Elder
S. Clark, P. S. Dawson, G. V. Hawkcs,
W. J. Beebe.
Per str. Miknhnla, from Molokni and
Mnui ports, November 15 S. B. Fujiyama,
II. T. Hollmnn, G. Schuninu, Geo.
P. Cooke, Mrs. Cooke, A. G. Silva,
Mjyaino, wife and 2 children, Mrs. H.
T. Hollman, Mrs. F, Foster and 3 children,
W. L. Emory, E. W. Quinn.
Per str, W. G. Hall, from Knual ports,
November 15 Frank Carter, Chong
Wal, F. M. Page, W. G. Hill, Lieut.
Kcttleson, Mr C. Aki and 3 children, A.
F. Knudscn, Miss D. Gray, W. T. Rawlins,
E. E. Mahlum; 30 neck.
Por P. M. S. S. Manchuria, from San
Francisco, November 10 lor Honolulu:
Andrew Adams, Jliiss Mary J,
Allen, Mrs. E. A. Atkins, Miss N.
Baiter, Miss K. Baker, Mrs. B. J. Barker,
Miss M. A. Barker, Mrs. II. It.
Berry, M. L. Birney, Miss M. Birney,
P. D. Bronson, Mrs. P. D. Brouson, E.
K. Bull, Miss Alice Cary, Earlo J, Cary,
Miss Margaret Craig, M'rs. R. II.
Miss F. B. Day, Major S. W.
Dunning, Mrs. S. W. Dunning, J. F. Elliott,
Mrs. ,r. F. Elliott, Master David
Elliott, Lieut. W. G. Fav. U. S. M (!..
:Mrs. W. G. Fay, C. J. Goldman, Mxp. C.
.T. Goldman, 5liss Elsie Goldman, W
W. Goodale, Harry W. Grisnold.M:rs,
S. K. Hnlstead, (tarry Ilillis, Airs, knit
Hjllis, Edw. Hopwood, Albert Jtornor,
Mrs. Albert Horner Clintpn J. Hutch
ins, mrs. bunion ,1. lllitcliins, J. A.-Hutchinson,
Mrs. I. A. Hutchinson,
"Mr. and Mrs. Richard lyers, Jr., tr4.
Richard Ivcrs, Horace Johnson, Miss
Juno Jones, liss Jessie Knufman-T Mrs.
A. II. Lackland, S. Lovy, D. J. Med-'
bury, John F. Moir.F. R. Moran, E. E.
"""'"'i jitb. r,, jionoru, ,aiiss
Helen Morford, Miss Addlo AL Murphy,
Miss F. D. Murphy, D. II. Osborn, Mrs.
D. Hi Osborn, B. Shore. Mrs. M". Ii.
Simpson, M'rs. E. Hyde Smith, R, Smith,
Col. Z. S. Spalding, T. J. Thorsen, 3Irs.
T. J. Thorsen, C. II. Usborno, Mrs7, A
uouirmt, JUta. WV1U WUlKinS, iUTS,
A. J. Wilder. II. A. WSldor. II. U. XVII.
liams, Miss Hermino Krupp, Miss 01ga
nin luuizann, u. 11. uougan, U.
Lay-over, Honolulu: Mr. and Mrs. K.
C. Gillis, D. McP. Boyd, John Boyd, J.
W. Cruft, James McGrogor.
Per str, Clnudine, for Hilo, Nov. 13.
C. 0. Kennedy nnd wife, Miss ElI.
Wilcox, Win. Allen, II. L. Lyon and
wife, C. K. Roendnhl and
Per P. M. 8. S. Mongolia, for San
Francisco, Nov. 15. Col. A. G. Hawes,
C. B. Wells, W. F. Dillingham, Mrs.
J. II. Clark, Miss JL F. Langoviti, F.
E. Thompson, Morgan Ross and wife,
E. J. Lord, Miss Florcnco Dcitrich,
Gen. J. II. Sopor, Judge Lindsay,
M'rs. C. M. Wood, Miss Bittner, W.
T. Oliver, Mrs. F. B. Upham, F. A.
Hollabaugh, Dr. S. II. Metcalf, Miss
Mnry Edson,'"""Miss K. McCudden, J.
M. Hole nnd wife, Miss J. R. Hoppin,
L. F. Prior and wife, Lawrence
Thompson, Cnpt. A. Dnska, M.
R. A. Perry nnd wifo, L, E.
Knollys, N. R. Harris, J. S. McTnornv
and wife, Geo. Filmor, Princo nnd Princess
Knlanianaole, Queen Liiiuokala'ni,
W. R. Hnrr, Miss Nieliolson, Virginia
Thornton, Lady Garrick, Miss Garrick,
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Cameron, W. Lanz, G.
r. JtccKett, W. 11. Jloogs, enns. u.
SlloUes, H. R. i:igin, AW C. Bailey,
Mrs. Toms, MrB. M. Deems, C. M.
Lovsted, Cnpt. Gus Holmes, Cnpt.
Robert W. Shinglo was yesterday appointed
guardian qf tho jiroperty of
Mnry Beatrice Campbell, daughter of
the late M'rs. Abigail K. Campbell-Parker.
Petition for tho appointment
was mado to Judge Do Bolt by Samuel
Parker, The petition set out nt tho
ward was entitled under the will of 'her
mother to the furniture, plate, horses
and carriages and perhoual proporty of
her mother. The appointment specifically
provides that the guardian shall
not sell any of this property without
the order of court.
Colonel Purker also petitioned for
the appointment of a guardian for
Kapiolani Campbell, tho adopted daughter
of Mrs. Parker, lt is stated that
the ward is a benptlciary under a policy
of life insurance for $32,500.
DOYLE IN JAPAN.
Governor Frear has received tho fob
lowing cablegram from Secretary of
Slnto Root: -1
Washington, Nov. 14, 1008.'
The Govornor of Hawaii, Honolulu:
Following telegram received from
Embassy at Tokio today:" "Officer
Doylo has arrived, papers presented to
Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs,
who will transmit them to tho local
court at Dalny to decide as to whether
prima facio caso is nindo. If in the
nlHrmative, Jupaueso Government will
deliver the prisoner, Yokohama. This
wm no in about a month. Qfllcer ro
mains hero meantime," v
TO BE METROPOLIS
(Continued from Page One.)
Intendcnt of Public AVorks, Air. Campbell,
-whereby the water from the reservoir
may bo used to develop power
to pump artesian -water for the mains
for household use. In that way thj
city is assured of nbsolutelv puro water,
while the adoption of such a
scheme ns Mr. Campbe'l suggests
would add materially to the water supply.
Tho water from the reservoirs,
for instance, could be used altogether
for irrigation after it had heen ii.,1
for power development. By n system
of open irrigation flitches, such as are
lounu inrougnout Snlt Lake City and
nunc owier places, uio gardens of tho
city except nn tho very highest levels
eould bo irrigated. This wntor wmtLl
lie bettor for irrigation than tho
wnW. It would bo too expensive,
of course, to put in another system
of nmins for the irrigation water,
even if that were necessary.
"Hoving an assured supply of absolutely
puro nnd tinenntnminnted wnter
for drinking nnd kitchen purposes and
n big supply for irrigation, tho wnter
problem of Honolulu should bo solved
nnd in a cry satisfactory mnnner. Tim
growth of the city depends on tho so-
inuon oi mat problem.
"I regret very much having tolcavo
Hawaii. I have enjoyed cverv minute
of my stay here. A'our Islands nro delightful
and T hnvo met so mniv
charming nnd ngrceable people that I
wouiii weicomo nn excuse to stay
longer. I hnvo traveled a great deal,
but T have never found so delightful
a placo as Hawnli. ,
"A'our vnrious problems here, transportation
and markets, will solvo themselves.
More people will como hero
nnd then transportation will cheapen
and improve. That will bring moro
people, nnd ilth them more improvements
in transportation. These things
work together. One brings the other.
A'our problems are tho same as others
have had, and others havo been able
to work nut the answers, just as you
will bo able to.
'JAVhnt Hfhwnii needs to develop its
fruit resources moro than any ono
thing, something that you will have to
have, is nn industrial agent. He -will
have to be a mail with n knowledge of
transportation, a knowledge of tho
fruit business nnd a great deal of
knOnledco of human nature. His bus
Iness wilt bo to go between producer
nnd biivcr; islve thn producer n knowl
edge of what tho buyer wants: work
witli the transportation companies arid
1)0 in a position to know what kind of
transportation is wanted and whnt.
4ieiKiiin cim no ussiirua u tne
portatiou is arranged fur. He -will
hnvp to study the markets and know
.what is needed, nnd when, and he must
bo in a position to be abU to arrange
with the buyers nnd bo able to assuro
them of systematic shipments, proper
condition of the fruits nnd n uniformity
in the products to bo handled)
"A'our producers must get together
and work together. They must tnko
nn example from the Southern California
Fruit Growers' Association, which
is succeeding in a business in which
tho members working independently
"A'ou must have cooperation along
businesslike lines nnd a businesslike
method of securing and holding tho
trade. Thero nro many tilings that
you can export from hero nnd be successful
in. I can not say what -they
would be, but your industrial agent
could find out nnd tell you. It might
tnko him two jears or more of hard
work, but tlio results would amply justify
Mr. Newell sails for the Coast today
on the transport Crook, in company
with Governor Frear.
(Continued from Page One.)
ienn republics and' European nations,
with ships on the Pacific.
Mr. Loomis states that ho looks upon
tho offered opportunity ns a grand ono
for the systematic dlsplnjing of thu
diversified agricultural possibilities of
tho Islands, and suggests tho possibility
of bringing hero a number of representative
American farmers to seo
what Hawaii has to offer homescekors.
Frederick II. Newell, Director of tho
Hcflnmntiou Service, is nnother who
hns tnken np the proposition with fn-vor.
The idea of celebrating tho naval
victories of 1812 with a celebration so
far removed from the sceno of thoso
iMictories, but in n placo which time
linn entitled tlio celebration to be
given, and at a place whero American
navnl affairs are now of such paramount
interest to the people, appeals
to him and he has offered his help at
James r. Morgan, president of tho
Chamber of Commerce, who had much
to do with tho inception of the idea,
writes enthusiastically of the plan
from the Coast. It is his opinion that
tho celebration could bo arranged in
sucji a way as to bo of tlio very greatest
benefit not only to Hawaii, but to
the whole American interests of the
Pacific. Ono of bis suggestions is that
at that tlmp the Congress
of Consuls eould bo held here, at which
the consular representatives from ovcry
country bordering on tho pacific could
meet, exchange viows nnd together lay
plnns for the oxtension of American
trade of tho Pacific.
It is moro than probable that Hawaii
could have visits from ono or
more members of the Cabinet at tho
lime. Tho Secretary of the Nnvy nnd
tho Secretary of Commerco nnd Labor
could come consistently, and perhaps
the Secretary of State eould be present
for the Congress of Consuls.
It hns also been suecested that con-
gressional assistance might properly be
secureu tor sucu nn event as the ceje
'brntW of tho opening of Pearl liar
bor, financial nssistaneoenongh to pay
me expense or bringing tne House and
Pennto committees on naval affairs to
lliis plan lias been talked over
nnioug the members of tho Chamber of
Commerco nnd it is altogether probable
that steps will ta taken at once to
bring about some definite action in the
fFrom Saturday's Advertiser.)-
Llebtonnnt A'. S, Houston, n grandson
of Judge Briehwood, a member of
a family widely known in Ilnwali, is
nn officer on tho Charleston.
nnrirnnp V.m. w.1I 111.1.. ni. Tt
Tcctor AVilcox of the United States Ex
periment Station to look into tho soils
of Knu on land which it is proposed to
open up for homesteads.
A cable messago was received yesterday
announcing tho death in Val-loin
nf n..U n -U!
of California nnd an uncle of Collector
or internal Hevenuo Walter F. Drake.
Louisa Reinecke has brought suit for
dlvorco nguinst her husband, Albert
Reinecke, on the grounds of cruelty,
mi.. nnu tiesertion. He is a
sergeant of marines nt tho Naval Station.
Colonel Samuel Parker yesterday petitioned
the Circuit Couft to be appointed
guardian nd litom of
Knwnnanakoa, a minor child of
the Into Prince David, in place of his
The following candidates filed their
election expense accounts
with tho Secretary of ll,niT,.!i.,.,
D. Af. Kupihea, $31.70; David Kcoiti
Kaelimni, $28.80: John P. Kahahavvai,
fcrtn. nini "n-.i A.n '
vu, .uuvi 3UO.
Secretary i.m(. .i,n..
ly to secure the arrest of a man who
nns openly boasted that ho fooled tho
Board nf Rpirisfrnllnn rr .
vicled of a felony and never had his
"iviii jiHiun rcsmrcti. let no boasts
that ho registered and voted. '
(From Sunday's Advertiser.)
Dopufy Uijited States Marshal Harry
Ilnif rnruirirti j ir ;
wiicro ho subpoenaed thirty witnesses
1T1 fhn Tv"nki ncno i, 1,n -. t.n...i i.
from tomorrow fa tho United States
t At the Queen's Hospital last evening
il it iL3 rriiuriiwi riinr .iitunu ii ii...i.
OrtV. WhO WHS lirnmrrif fTmrn Tn. i,rt
rminaa ICea, on which ho eamo from
",lw " h aitio oetter tuau when
ho first entered tho hospital.
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