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Annual Election of Society Not
Marked by Contests; Many Im
teresting Papers Are Read on
Final Day; Annual Meeting
Concludes Witb. a Banquet At
the Country Club.
Following one of tlio busiest nut)
most interesting sessions over hcM, by
tlio Medical Society of Hawaii yesterday,
tlio members, in full force, sa
down to a banquet at the Country Club
last evening ami relaxed from tun eon,
sideratiou of long and technical
to the absorption or good tiling
to eat and drink nnd the use of un
adulterated KngliBU, under the
eyo, of Tonstmaster C. H, Wood.
The banipiot was the wind tip of tho
most successful annual meeting ever
hiild by tho sc,iety, (he attendance being
greater than ever buforo and the
interest in the proceedings manifested
was Mattering to thoio who read papers
before the meeting.
.lust before adjournment late yesterday
tho following ollicers were elected
tor thu coming tisenl year: Dr. II. V.
Murray, president; Dr. Frederick- Ij.
Morong, vice president; Dr. II. 1'.
treasurer; Lieut. Col. '. P.
Heynolds, Medical Corps, U. S. A., secretary;
iunl Dr. U. H. Wood and Dr. J.
fc. It. Pratt, directors.
,Siiortly alter eight'o 'clock yesterday
morning tho members of tlio society
gathered at tho Queen's Hospital,
where they were wclt'omeil by Superintendent
Kckhardt nnd by Dr. A. V.
.I.'iclifon, bouse physiciay. An adjourn
ineut was taken to tho operating room
of the hospital, whero Dr. .'lames It.
"dudd held a surgical clinic, perfurining
an ojieration of lateron'omy, which was
a co"iliplele success, tho clinical side of
the enke boing of particular Interest
tti all piesent.
Later tho members went to Ward
No. 21, whero three special cases, in
chilling one of embolic abteess of the
lung, one of a bullet wound in the abdomen
and one of a bullet wound in
tlio chest, were examined nnd an explanation
of tho process of treatment
in eac,h case mado by Docker .lacl.sou.
. Difficult -Operation
tno of tho most interesting eases
presented to the consideration of tlio
physicians was by Doctor .ludd, in a
paper describing Doctor Albee's operation
tor Pott 'a disease. This malady
11 also known as tuberculosis of tho
spine, and the operation was perfonnod
lit the KauiUeolanl Children's Hospital,
and was the first of the. kind
ever performed In this Territory.
Another easu which attracted attention
was that presented by Dr. It. It.
Marshall upon "Amoebic Abscess, Lett
Lobe of Licr, With Perforation
At tho afternoon session, which was
held in tlio University Club, there were
a number oftechnie.il paper read and
a most interesting' explanation. gi en
by Doctor ilorong of the practical
operation itf the pulmotnr, an artificial
respirniory1 machine to resuscitate
drowned persons, or those Buffering
from usphyxia. 'The greatest interest
was shown in. the niucliino nni tho
member!) present crowded around it iiiul
examined 'it with tho grentest interest.'
Several physicians expressed the purpose
of getting one of them as. soon as
Oilier exhibits made were those of
pathological specimens illustritiug
diseases found in the Hawaiian Islands.
"Tlie.se were under Uio direction
of M. Tl Clegg, bacteriologist and
for his work in the milippiues,
iiid Doctor Jackson.
Then' Dr. George W. McCoy, of tho.
TJnit'ed. States FuiilU: Health Service
nnd illrcclor of tlio leprosy investigation
Rtntlon, read a paper, entitled
"Lymphatic Tuberculosis 4m"K
Lyiiers."' This paper will probably
t'.iko its place, among those which have
led to a greater Kuowledgo of this dread
disease, aud theru was. egusldirublc
which was led by Dr. U, T.
A "Jlepor.t of IdvQr Abscess Cane1)"
by Dr. A. f Itoturoclc, opened a discussion'
which was joined in by u number
and l(d by Mr. ("legg. Tho Intier told
of tho culture of amoebic bacilli here,
which was considered almost Impossible,
from' Specimens obtained by dipt. IJ.
I). Krl'iner of lliu Army Medical Corps.
It was Important, was tho assertion, to
know tint this germ can live nnd propagate
here, allhoug'li it is lommnii In tlie
Col. I). M. Appel. MeillruJ Corp. V. H.
A. i ulsi) spoke (in (Ills subject, mid gave
un Instance; of a strnngo Hvlr
which ennui under Ids personal observation
in the Hullo 1 States,
An oxcocdiuglv (ccbiiital Irit import-;ml
paper, on "Piilmoimry
In (ho Hnwulluu wtia
rcud by Ur. K. U. Kleiner, which was
listened to Mllh lUlli'li inter! St b.V lil.
tfid.'imliiK this ptiper I'ri'iddntil I'mtt
thi meeting to " biutlnfwi n
slim, nlion (he following lotuluMnii
r.ii(lars Mosijulto Oampilan.
"Itunthed, Tlol It I the duty ut the
latjiiliiluie lu pruviiU tin rulrijuutf up
pinpriBllnii fur lliu irniliiuuimti uf tw
WatUlti) mwiiii, ujuj Hint lliu m
li fycli'ly of llpKiijt urm. lu Hi
UltJfi! of Uio li)i lit llli, thai I lit.
(jiirfreiiil'itlixi U uwiUi uui n it i )
1 fip riliitiun lid) mv)i ttotuiiUtil I
I'uwinil' A ,fl, uiul llti' ruw'iiiltfiii oil
iriululluui. MiiJuiifd ii uiiiinluiuil
MUil Un.finjii Uuo.l uitM ibr imjufl
NOW FULL CONSUL
HHHHHHHfig Slf WP ?f
. w . ivii
4 asouo noDioic,
l'e. oj.nl.' d how :i ( oii'ul of Oerumny
Well Known Mcni1)cr cf Hackfeld
& Company Now Consul for
- Germany at Honolulu.
(icnrg Ii'oiliek of Honolulu has -Won
recognized by the Etato department at
Washington as the consul for (lermany
for the Territory of Hawaii, according
to tlin following letter rcicied
at the (loveriior's 'cilllce from
Ailolph C. -Miller, ussistaut to the secretary:
"1 ha to uiHise joh that the secretary
of state reports that lecogmtlo'n
has been accorded tieprg Kodiek as consul
tor (leriniiny at Honolulu for the
Tenitory of Iluwail."
(lerniau I'ousul ltodiek is alo consul
for Sweden and as : director of 11.
Hiakfeld i.V C'oiupiinv is probably, next
to President .1. P. Iliukfeld, the best
known member of this important firm.
Sime tho of former Consul Wil.
liam Pfotenhauer, who died on April I (
last, (leorg JtuUie'c was tliu
BEST PITCHER OF
COAST HAGUE MEN:
OIlicHiJ records of the Pacific Coabt
Lcaguo players are at hand uiul the
honor of lending tlin pitchers belongs
to John Ilrodie Williams of Honolulu.
Dick liayless of Veui(e is the best batter
and .liiumy .lohmson of San
tlie le.idiug baseiuniier, witii Hert
Coy of Oakland the! best home'run hitter.
Accoiding to the liitehing aM'rages
Vllliams took juii t in forty games
pitching a total of "17 'J '' innings. He
won eoiiteen 'games, lost seven' aud
tied in oue. He finished eight games
and was taken out of the box lnseeu
teen. His opponents made sixty-four
runs, ninety-two fanned, were
passed, fie were hit by pitiheil ball,
liu were advanced a base- on wild
pitclu'9 nnd theru is one balk elnlked
against his name. His perceutagj yiLs
Williams went to bat seventy-two
times, made tiireo runs and ten hits(
giving him a batting uw'rnge. of .13!).
QUEEN OF SPAIN NOW
(Fly. 1'Vilernl Wireless Telegraph.)
PAitlH, Xn timber 2 1. (Special to
Tho Advertiser)- The health of Queen
Yii tnrin of Spain continues to improve.
Klie has suffered from iulliieuza since
her arrival here with King Alfonso.
Tho King proceeded to Vienna last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis McOiverin of
Omaha, Nebraska, who arrived by tho
steamer Siberia on Xuveinlier 17, have
decided to remain in Honolulu for six
ititiV at the work and its adoption as
read, which wqs dono with lipplause.
Another resolution which was unanimously
passed was the endoisemeiit ot
Hocto'r Pratt as president of tho board
of health, as follows; '
"Itesolved, That tho Medical Society
of Hawaii desires its
.tliilln.. nC lin ftlu.i nf tlin h..rl'1ii.w fifl
.jt.tll'll I. V.'V .Ml'..' ... .'IV -.'" --
the (irfrKRi.L president of tlio bord of
healtl), Dr. .1. h. II. I'mtt, and
rei'Oiumiiuil to tlie (iowrnor of the
Territory that he be retained in olllcu,"
This lesolutlon wiin n plnudoil, It
was sijiiii by the full comuiillue,
of l)ri. l II. Wood. Lieut. -Col.
I I'. Jtcymilds ,i, II, P. Noltugo.
Tlirce ,iiMiiluier.t to the eonstitutlnu
wwri) iiluitei, wo of thdiii milling the
wurds "put lie heullh" uid chungliig
Hie iiauio nf Hit' iUrlim upitiil Her-I
en in thu Public llwilth Hervluc, and
l ho Jillifr provullng for the olflco nf
'Ill eU'Luii of ofliuu fullimtii), dur
iilg whiuli llie new prasldpul, DuKlor
Milifnv, mmlm in u.jiioMtiiiii of lliu
lilp u( tin unlit uiul publli lunlh
MirM'i' nu'inliris Pui'lpr .'Hi kxiu uUu
mibiIi ii i wri ii lili.irlau, hih Hoolur
Miiiuim u M.'iiliirr li wl IrMMiriir
Uvlul on lliu il lu , tin U lUlsuiiUui
i lul Inn. t..!t I ".r H uiilliilluu
uiul Hi I iniiiitn. I Ii I. I in lit vuUllr)
in ii i, .ii lny In n it Iv lu Indd ill
iiloi. iLur, M'e imwH'il, kflvr Hkivu
miIj mrhiiii'iil In' en iifti) Ui bum
Jul lilt1 bll'U.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, Tl'KSnW. NOVEMBER 25. J'U.V -SEMI -WEEKLY.
1 1 KELLOGG TO
Former Wnbiawa Manager
from Mexico, to Try Salving
the General Grant.
(Mail Pperinrto, The Adteitlscr.)
! SAX FltANClSCO, November 17.
F'orced to leave Mexico, Statu of
' peche, when rebels nnd federals pressed
l about the "real lumber mill nuij rnncU
Nvhere he was muii'ircr, I.i'onar.l (1. Kit,
J lov'g, lo- oiie of the pineapple man
nsers of Wuhiawa.'is now in Man Fran-
risen, nreparlrc for an ailventuroiis trip
(into tlie hlf ,?eas. ITil is usnciateil
ttitli a men who lime bought
in uliullnir hip, npilpped with auxiliary
Jiower, in which thev vylll sail, som
' triin in December, for Australia to
make an nttempt to rnise thl) 'Wreck
I of tlin United Anieriinu steamshii) Oen-
etal llriint, which wont to pieces qn the
Australian shore about t year
ago. Tn the hull (ho ndventurers expert
to locate several million dollars'
worth of Million and gold in sacks,
Several attempts have been inniln to
raise ijie wreck, but Tew persons linvo
even been able to anproach tho hull;
which went nn ler li shelf of clilf. Tlu
approach is dangerous, and hardy ship
captains vyho hud ,ngteed to take their
Vessel? to tho treasure ship Untly ret
fused to take (heir ivessels nnyvvherq
near it after viewing the fearful placu
under the dill's where tho bones of the!
ti ensure ship lie. i
Novel Salvage. Motliod.
1 "We have a proposition." says Mr.
Kellogg, "by "which we will thrust a
cantilever out over the blulf and rigj
it so Hint a cage can be loweied, Wij
expect this method vyill overcome th
dillicultles and that the. gold' wlU be
onis. As I uiider.ttnnil 'tho history ofi
the wrek, tho (Iraut met n disabled
ship, filled with miners and thejr
nm'ntiniis of cold. vho vyern going back
to American ltd Ilngl'iuiL 5he took tho
men mid treasure aboard. Then the1
llrnnt lernmo disabled and went nshore,
everything being lost. For half a century
that tieasure has tempted
people, but none have been
WlU "Film" tho Trip.
"In order to get as, much as possible
out of tho whole cruise, un intend to
make motion picture films uf thu whole
story. Wo will take practical picture
men with us. Wo havo purchased the1
hull of a vessel already. Our owu
will be used for tho prologue, as il
were, and we will stage nil the preliminaries
njion its decks. A storm scone'
Will le nwliited, mid then we will use
the old hull for the real wreck scene.'
Then we will picture the survivors on
tin island, on which tlioy really lived
for several years. Thou will come our
method of trying to get at thu wreck'
nod -Us treasure. That picture, I
iH'te, win uu u in iison.
My wife Is writing the sto'ry of tlie
wreck, which will a,ecrfmpuu'y tho films
Wherever they aro senL"
Captured by Rebels.
Mrt Kellogg stafes th,at tho capture
of their sawmill was made bv' the relicts,
who tyok all the arms and several
thousand ro'u mis of ammunition, ami
fumed on, the. federals in tho
vicinity. Tlio sluug'htcr was fearful,
and the federals were cut to pieces.
"Wo. tied with, practically only tho
clothe?' vo had on,' said .Mr, Kellogg,
"and here we are. It looks to mo us
though intervention is tho only way
in widely order cun bo restored in
Well Krtpwn, Jurist Homo rpm
'Coast, Emphatically Denies
-Report of Resignation.
Among the returning Hoiiolul.ius by
tho Steamer Sonoma yesterday were
Judge, aud Mrs. H. II. Cooper who left
llonplulu on a trip to the mainland on
"I visited Washington, D.C., where
I remained for six days attending thu
biennial meeting of thu supremo council,
ot thu Scottish Itltt! of the Masonic
Order," stated Judge Cooper yesterday
to Tho Advertiser. "Outs'idu of
this the oily other business 1 ntteuded
to while in Washington wns. to visit
the department of Justice; and nsk for a
further extension of my leave of absence
until pecember 1, which wim
granted, I got .back, as you see, beforo
tho d.ito' wns up."
T,hii judge stnted further that ho
could nut explain tlie iiilxup which resulted
in ii message being sent to Ho
iiolulu that ho had resigned ami (bat
his resigiiutlou hud been accepted, to
lake eirect" December I,
Keferriug to thu correspouduurii
which iippeared lu tho alteruoou paper,
purporting to l.o un Interview Iunl with
him by u eorrepijiiioiit at Washington
lis to his nt tiro pi aim, Judge Cooper
''While nt Washington I did not sen
a iiiHiiupr inportur iunl cuttnlnly
guwi u mi Interview im tu my l'utur)
puiiis, njr i iiau jioiin. "
will impJru nn CJ mi ch 7 of nut yiwr, Uv
wh imkwl If h wimld nwl fur re
npisilnliHeiit In thu bensh.
','H U tun muly lu tlb ujmut llmt,"
rupioi ,luilu(i i uMwr, " I.Kivn uu
pinna ul lliii liwt), ii ml I ijo util uiiv
in ili.i'u.n Hi iiimitr yni. II U rnnllv
up lu Hie Uar MswlMliM. w) 1 M
lw anU"l, itt ii ajmd miimi, ly l)
nistle. ui inui rBmwui
"I Im t nut tmkml, i
mw wwt Mi tmuum liU I 1
II BWI 10 lie I f'l uf I
Hl IKIHI, Hi JMttl,"
Itein JU'(fr I uupl tuvlwtf ttUIVM
United States Attorney Alleges
Beforo Federal Commissioner
That Au Lin Tim Was Arch
Opium Plant Plotters Latter
Is Hold Grand Jury
Half the story relating to tlfo ul
legeil frnmeup by which the FJnjfed
Stntes goTriimont was to have been
made a party to a conspiracy to send
on innocent man to prison is tn be Investigated
in full by the federal grand
jury, on the result uf a decision reached
by United Stqtcs Commissioner Oaorge.
A. Davis jesWrdny afternoon in the
hearing of thy case of Au Ida Tim.
The bearing of this iulurestlug case,
in wliich United .States District At(or
ney lireckons yesterday openly charged
in court grew out uf a damunblo conspiracy
hatched by Au I,lu Tim aud
others to railroad Wong ia,u 1ni to
prison lias been lu progress .sCvcrnl
days. The luttur had given evidence
which led to the arrest nnd conviction
of members of the. gumhliug bui in
Dofcuded By Oathcart
City Attorijey Cnthcnrt dofended An
Iin Tim, ivvhoiii lireckons oiculy licensed
yos,terday of lining tho arch
lireckons fnither i(died that no matter
what decision Davis reached in tluv
hearing hp (lireckons) vduld se tg it
thilt tho cn,sa vuuld b aiil beforo the
federal grnnd jury and that he vould
also place all tho ofi'dence ho has' on
the transaction with District Attorney-elect
MqCatn wbon that olllylal
Cathcart mado every effort yesterday
to convince Commissioner Dn'vis" that
no evidence hud been Introduced to
roniiect his client, Au Un Tim, with
the vlyirgo of nsslsting in tin' sale, receipt
or transportation of nnsthmpeil
ojiiuui, charging that; I.um, Chan, th?
witness wlo hail, given tho most damaging
ovidoileb ngaiiist 'tho accused vyaii
discredited and Hint his story 'was no$
believed 'by tiny one, Hreckoii.s "ut this
point interjected an objection Htuliug
that he believed the storv of bum
Odin. I '
Davis finally decided to take tho case
under ndviteineu to consult Judgn San-ford
II. Dole as amicus c.uriae. A holt
hoiir later he decided' in the; federal
grnml jury should 'muko. a thorough
of the case aud so ordered.
According 'to the argument otfered
by City Attorn.e.v Catlicnrt who 'stuV
boinly ilefemled Au'T.ln Tim, tlio evidence
introdiieeit showed ' that tho
opium camu from Wong Hen, H,ovy, who
gave it to Wong Sou Kni, whp in tur.ii
gave it to Win" Ixlu, n;cciving therefor
the sum ofn:i, the money having coiiio
frour Au Un Tim. He contended,
hiiwyver, tlm his ellu.i)t UAd not been
conucrte.l with Hid eliurge.'
Catlicart pointed out that Wong Sou
Kni had emphatically denied that he
had sold nny opium, that no HCales or
money had been foiling i'n lliu room
when tho arrest was made.
Hreckona immediately answered this
by stating that CatWai Is. county
that ft js agaiiuit; tlio territorial
lavvs to sell opililn without' h
and' that had Wong Sou Kal
so testified Cathcart 'cotiia if he so do-sired,
proceeded against Voug Sou
Clillllnffvvorh Mdo rirst
lreckoiis thou' "joutlined ,thu ' 'easy,
pointing out Hint the" first knowledge
of nllejfcd liivvbreakYug in thfs case
was brought t,o I iti ono day ii( Cunba's
alley ty Benatyr, Charles Chilliiigworth.
Cliillingvyortli, said "Iiree,ltous, tpbl film
ho hail evfilcnco'showing wht'ro a Chinese
luld unstampe'il oiiiim in his possession.
llrecKo.nrf told him to briug
tho in idencp to lilui, A few das later
Chlllingworth weit t& 'lireckons' ollice
accompanied by I.um Chan. They
were, followed "by Aii Lin Tim, who
remained in, thy hall wljilo the details
of the raid on Wonpj Sou Kui's placy
wero iigreei" uilon. Ali M;i Tbn gavo
I.um Chan a rubber ball to throw out
tho window as a signal for tho olllcer,
ti) enter, '
Thu manner in which, the, evidence
was worked, up lid, I)reckons to suspect
that a conspjr.ncy against Wong
Sou Kui lias be'eil planned and ho
had An Lin Tim orrentcd as
a violator of thu law,
"LV'rytlig I said in court goes,"
s'tld Attpfiiev HrecU'ons at thy conclusion
of tlin lifiirliig. "Tv'o matter
what action Commissioner Dag takes
lu this ruso I will, suit (hut l,
(utlgiUi by, the fejlcral
grand jury. As I sali In court I
that It was fnfcuili'd as a
to nend nn limrifeut man (o
pilsoii anil Hint An I, I ii Tlii was nun of
tho principals In the friiuiiug or lliu
HARVARD FOOTDALL TEAM
TO B H,SI,p TP,qBTHEU
CAMIIIt(l)(in, Maouiclmselln, Nu
veiulmr )H.--(Hy AoIhIinJ I'm
iHhlii li Wlur llnliii) )urvur,r ur
bunMiflil, gmiHiully iunnlml b) erillus
biiii lln lt Ju (Lm iiunnlr), will
I'D IlllH'l flir till' It'll HftUtilU, MH'J Mil
ut lb yrmU ttmiii IM ilnMlml VhIm
ll MulHfUu ftgly IMu vt U W um
, Wr. uuITmij, TIT Uiwdmil uf
Vilull, elinhjusu, tvlm srrittul uu tli
lw Mlbrllll, pUSi lii IWttlu IftuWWIilW
By Merchants' Excluuuss
1'rnlay, Js'ov ember 21.
S.in rmni'lsi'ii Vi-1-K...V Vm- "I fe
A. in., S. S. Sierra, hence Nov. 15.
aynnoy Arriveu, ,ov. l, n s.
heuco Oct. 2".
Nagasaki Arrived, Nov. 21, S. H.
Kt tilt In I ii it frmii U.il.n rk..t OT
-vs.. tiuu 1(1 Ml t . tl I I, tiVt lllll . Vv. i-, h i
F'oitl.lnd, Oregon Sailed, Nov. 2ifT
o. is. bi. neiyue, tor Honolulu.
Me'bourne Arrived, Nov. ill, 6. H.
Large Law, hence Oct. M.
Saturday, November. '22.
llilo Sailed, Nov. til. I p. in., S. a
Uuterprise, tor an rrancisco.
Vnlpaialso -Palled, Nov. 21, 8. S.
Km link, for Honolulu.
I'ort S.m Luis Sailed, Nov. 22, an,
II. JI. 1'lielps, for Honolulu.
Vokohama Sailed, Nov. J2, S. S,
Tenyo Mnru, for Honolulu.
feun l'runcisco Sailed, Nov. 22, 1:2!J
p. m., S. S. Cliiim, for Honolulu.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
I'riday, November 21.
1'. M. S. 8. Nile, from Vokohaina, 7
a. in. '
Htr. Mauna Loa, from llilo and way
ports, r: 13. a m.
M. N. H. S. Lurline, from Kahuluij
Str. Likcllko, from Ahukini, 1:23 a.
SatunUiy, November 22.
Str. Wiulele, from Ilamakuii, li a. m.
Sir. Kilauea, from llilo and way
ports, 0:2S a. m.
Sunday, November 211.
Str. Claudiue, from Maul ports,
H;IS p. m. (batiirdny.)
Str. Kiuau, from Kauai ports, -1:17
Str. Mikahala, from Maul and
l:2rt a. in.
S, S. Coluinblnu, from Scuttle,
M,ouday, November 21.
O. S. S. Synoina, from San Krunclsco,
7:15 a. m.
S. S. llawkheau, from l'uget Sound,
8:30 a. in.
S. S. Maverick, from San rrancisco,
(i:30 a. m.
I'. JI. S. S. Nile, for JJan Vrauciscn,
5 p. in,
M. N. 9. S' H) tides, for Inland ports,
li p, in.
!jtr. Llkelike, for Al'iukini, ) p. in,
Sir. .Mauna Kca, for llilo and La-lull
nil, 3 p. m.
Str. Claudiue, for Muni ports, Ii p. in.
Str. W. (1. Hall, for Ahukini, fi p. in.
(VS. H. Soijonia, for Sydney, 3 p. tu.
S. f?'. Miiverfrk, for S.m I'rancisco,
G:30 p. in.
1'er str. Mauna Loa, from Kona Kau,
November 21. .Fas. 0, Loy, Ah Ling,
M,rs. i.t Kngpiko, J. (luspur, T. A.
llurnlugham, II. Class, J. (Irecinvell, 11.
It. tlreenvyell, Miss All Sam, Miss Acki
or.ina,)), 0.' Awa, J. N. Keola, Miss Ma-(one,
Miss May! Chus. Sang, J. D. McVeigh,
Dr. (1, W. TdcCoy, II. Hredhoff,
A. 0. lloogs, . S. Lacks, Mrs. M L.
Hichards, and deck.
I'er S. S. Milium Ken', from llilo nnd
way ports, November 22: dipt. Win.
Howe, T. J. Hvney, W. T. Donnelly, A.
S. ruirrhild, (1. (' Smith, Mrs. Kameoku
and daughter, I'. J. Mnderiniiii, F. A.
Clowes, C. 11. Kin, (l.Tunube, A. 0111,
(1. Uustard, Mrs. Kote.lhO and child,
Miss H. Hull, Mrs. ('. K. Holt, Airs. l.
L. Murray, F). II. Casy and wife and
daughter. A. V. F'eters, 1". (I. linden-fold
l'er sjr. Claudiue, from Mini! ports,
Nuvymbcr 22.- K. II. l'uris, Ur. W. U.
Ilaluwiii, J. A, Vouug, Mrs1. H, Humakii,
It. S. llnsuier, Sister Iteuata, Sister
Uonaveuturii, .W, M. (Illfard, Miss H.
K. Hart, Miss tlenlii, Muster Hyulu,
I). Kanuhu, Mrs, (Jo See, Miss Wong
Sail, Mrs. Knnoa.
Per str. Kiuau, from Kuiinl ports,
Nuvciubcr -3, M, Collins, Tong Wo,
Itev, J, W, Waduian, Toon Cuuy, W, T.
Cluing, J, II. Stuart, J, W, IloUmaii, M.
A, II. I'eute, John M,i(Ui(vs. I', it,
II. Duvitrlll, Judgo Dickey, M J...
(Inttiiiiiiiii, W. Zel, M, Souwi, t.
Mrs, Thouins, Miss Hchleiuiuer,
J, Donald, Mrs. A. Hhuba, Miutnr W.
Sliuliii, Miss M. Taiiaku, Mrs, Tmiiikn,
M. Tanukn, A. liiichhlut, W. A. Hum.
say, II, L, Coloiuiiu, II. von Datum, T.
I'. .Inlihsou, Mrs. T. C. ilohusoii, John
Wutvrhousii, John (lullil,
I'ur klr. Mikabuhi, from Muul uiul
Mulokiil jiorts, Noyeuiber $. K. J.
Nell, J. A. Huarlu, Mm. M. A.nderk'iu,
I' A. Ilusliiiuuii, Mrs. C. IIiicIiuiiiiii uiul
iiifiinl, MIm M IIiioIiuiiuii, Mrij. M,
Mutr Ah Hlug, Mr A. II.
Ahiuim. Mr. Abmim, II. U, lluwi'", Mi
I. H. Iiipluy, II II Mvytirt. W.
Mr, lumiku, Mr Vwuiulu, Wlllluiii
holl, Stir. )Ubo, Mrs. lUilw uiul u
Idul, MiwUr HhwIii.
Vii O. M, H. tdiuuuiii, ftuui mn I'mii
I'im'u lur llwuululu lUiry mhti, Uubl
IUw, Ur fud Ur Hum (Uir, VlU R
JUMlll MJUI i r... MWi I'
"HSf. A. W. Unwll, VIU. 1 . I'.
It )Ullud, Am ImiIM, UIm UIiu
)4i..4blJi m.ii Urn L M I .vi
I' J Mniiii Ut ..i. i Mr .n I) iltxt"
It. W. ltobiimon, A. J. Scott, J. T. Shipley,
Mm. W, K. MIm
KHIe CuliiuiIouSuiltli, Mtts Maml Cum
mliig Pnilili, C. Mr.
nnd Mis. If. 1 Htrcn. J. U. Wnddcll,
HIl.S., Mr. and Mrs. .1. 0. Westphnl,
Mrs. J. A. Wilder, Ml., W. V. Wllhelin,
Mr and Mrs. .1. II. Williams, M. Allison.
John v'ullcy, C W. Veenan, (leo.
Otlo Kelnltr, 1'iniik J. Lenins,
Manuel Martin, Shirley Steward, John
Teves, Henry Schumacher.
Per, O. S. S.' Sonoma, for Svdtiev,
November 21. .Mm'. N. llearce, j,.
Moriarty, C, W. Welckcl, It. A. Pnres,
1. K. Indie.
Cp.Ufltx Automobile st Reposo
Hereafter' in Ofllcial. Ga-
ragp Iow orguo.
(Mall SpeVial to The Adyyrtlser.)
WAII.UKU, November 22 While the
county solons wore sitting for their
regular liujnlbly meeting, they got
through a largo amuuiit of work. He
ports of nil kinds werf received and
bills were passed, to bo paid when
money is avnifnble.
The matter nf a new road, which it
is proposed to build, in the l'nuvvela
Homestoiid district, nnd which will connect
vvltk that mad just completed by
( ontrnctor Pos,s, vyns taken up. Tlie
new road Is to jolu the nialn
mad, lielow tlie Haiku cannery.
at thu railroad crossing. The plans nnd
specifications vere ordered to be sept
'to tlie commissioner of public lands.
A new rule wns made regarding tho
county automobile used by tlio engineer.
Tlio tunc kino is to be stored In tho county
garago in future, nnd all supplies
may bo obtained thoio for tlui cur.
lloctor McCuukey,' government
ut Mnkawao, wns informed that
there is no money at present nvailablo
(or lepairs to school buildings. Somo
repairs io buildings and Improvements
tb grounds nro badly needed, but tlioy
will hivo to wait' till tho county
tiiianci") are stronger than ut prcsont.
It liatFng been repurted to tlio board
that eeitaiu automobiles which are in
the rent service at lliinn, lire in nu un-title
eyudltion, it was dei'ldt'd to pay
the styumer' faro of thy auto inspector,
in order Hint be liiny prpceed to llunil
and Inspect the cars.
The county engineer was instructed to
dmvy up a plan for thy proposed ew
mprgmi ii thy Mululani Ilospitnl. '1,'he
morgue is deebue tp lio a necessity,
nnd tlie board of health calls lor it.
Tlie building will Cost about iiOt), and
tlio couutv engineer vvna nuthort'ed to
do tlio job either by day labor or by
contract, as ho may see tit.
, ... , ,
(Mull Special to The Advertiser.)
WA1LUKU, November 22. Hugh
Howell, the contractor and engineer,
reports that tho Kihei wharf Is. finished
and that, boats from the
steamers can cnll there whenever n
chnugo in tho schedulo Is nunnuiiced.
The job of extending thy wharf has
been a tough oue, as tho most unoxpect
ed difficulties -were met with when it
camu to driving tho concrete piles. Not
only voiiili wns oiieoiinlorcd vv.lioh the
driving vyas lu prugress, but hard rock
that seemed for a time to defy the ef
forts of tho contractor, made tho
n difficult ono to complete Wilkin
tho, specified time even with a,u extension
Kur years, the Kihol boat landing
idea has been beforo tlio peoplo of
.Maui and, nt last it took nu thy aspect
of a joko. Tht iun,ttpr vyas, never men
tinned except with n laugh. Then tlie
proposition was again ruvived seriously
nnd, withi.n a, few mouths, tlio bids
were mlvertlied for and tho eoutrnct
wns awarded. ' '
Mcdregor's Lauding will probably
i abaniloned nt least duriiig bad
veathor uuit Hip 'next thivg needed,
in some people's opinion, is, a direct
nuto. road" from Kihei landing to i'u
uileiin avenue thus eiiuliling tho
froni tho s(eni;iors to reach
unit "her plices in easv fuslilou.
TWO MpRE ARMY OFFICERS
LOSE LIVES HILE 'FLYING
SAN HUHIO, California, November
21. (Uy AsMicia'cd press Cable to
Another tragedy was
added to tho long lint duTF to aviation
lu tho nimy vyiun Socoud Lieutunaiit
Lric ti. r.lllngtou, Srit yavaUy, and
First Lieutenant Hugh Kelly, Infantry,
fell from u height of tfll feet vyhlle malting
usceuts at tho uyintlon Hold
hotn. They vore killed utmost Instantly.
The rohtr.irtw o( thy aeroplauo
wore Intact, oven 'nfter tlio fall, and
no niei'liiiiilcnl cause 'for tho disaster
This brings the total army aviation
fatalities up tn fifteen for thu year
DAUOHTER OF SENATOR
HOKE SMITH IS ENGAGED
(lly redcVal "Wireless Telegraph)
WASHINGTON, November 21,
(Bi'yclol to Tim Advertiser)-The uu
uouiiceniyut vyas, muilu today of thy engagement
nf Miss Lucy Hoke Smith,
daughter nf Senator and Mrs. Huko
Hiuitli, to Hnaign AlUInn It Himpsoii,
l, H. N,
(lly ruilijrnl WUuIiwh 'IVIygrnpli.)
WAUlUN'dTON, Nnveiubor HI.
u Tho Ailinrlliur) liiilurd
I'liirliol, fiifnijT United, Hl'ile fufimtur
'up! frli'jiil af llouinvnlt, will uiiiiumi
Bminior Holm H. Piroe, nir
linn, ni'i'nnlliig t grwli lime lwluy,
i'Uifhut UII run tin Ihe I'ruuieMivn
'lly iVInrul WIihIwm Tnlnrh )
lial lu The AdvuillMir) I ten
ml Willmiil uf lb IHililuwr A "niu
lluJIruttd ludiiy suii ih Iiumuuiw
t'WPUrllW l'UUUW Ut hutt l)l
H)vt uf flvn Mr dmii m luo Heinle
lln uu ttfiriuw Felliwua. uhiiuiiii
iunl "l Hie MiMiii. Himr
ll WlUJIIIltl Ijffi IQHIMW kMHJJ kul
nliiMmr uf llit I'liilml WalM iwu'
wile! i lull; uiilliuu Uulluf wu ii ,.iti
Ul HWIlHtt I'liSIUVd
Honolulu Stock Exchangt
llanuliilii, itiindny, Nov. ti, Hi 1.1,
NAMP. or stock
Alc. A ItalJvtln l.lii .
C IhcwirA Co
Ilir, Akilcultunl ....
Haw. Com. ,9 hue. Co,
I law. Kui. Co
ICcktlu Sugar Co ....
Mcllryite Sur. Co. Ud
Oahu Sugar Co .,
Olaa Sugar Co Ltil..
Paaulia Sug. Pun. Co
Pmnccr Mill Co . .
Waialna Agr. Co
Wainiea Sugar M1U...
Haiku PfiP Co. LU..
Haw. Electric Co ...
I law. Itr. Co. Lid
Haw. Pineai'iilf Co .
llilo K.H. Co. ltd....
llilo 1(. K. Co. Com ...
HonoKilu Urewinc re
.. Malting Co lid
Hon. Gas Co. ltd .
Hon. Gas Co. Com."
II. K.T.&L.CO. Coni.1
Mutual Tel. Co.,
Palling Rub Co
Tanjong Olok Rub Co
Haw. Com. & Sugar Co!;
Hawaiian IrrCo 6s. .
Ilvw. Tit. 4 n c (He-
funillng 190)1 . . ..
It.u. T. r J n l..K Im
Haw.Ter. 4pcl'ub Im
Haw.Ter. t'A p c. .,
Haw. Tcr. 4!p c.....
Haw. Ter. 3VS p c
llilo R.K.C pc (Issue oi
Illlo K. R. Co. Rcl. &
P.itn. Con. 6
Hotiskaa Sug Co. 6 p c
ItAn fi.. In I ..I K-
ivauai Kr co.os
Knhala DilehCr.. fi
McBrrde Supar Co5s
muiuai ici. us
Natomai Con. 6s
pacific (iunao I ciilizir
Pacific Sugar Mill Co.
6s.... i i.
Pioneer Mill Co. b pc.
Sin Carlos Mill Co p.c
WshtinA.gr Cn. pc .
CAHIAL C .10
MID Uf 'vat I
1 9 Um.A iu"
3)1 I2'l I3X
17 I 18
34 'I 35
IM . ..
..' I "...
... . Kl
... . to
97 V, 100
too . .,
SS00 0. It. & L. I o. 5s, 07.50; Kvva,
40, 111, HI.OO. ,
$.'00 1001 llilo lis, !ll..r0.
8S Ueg. Annlvsii Ilccts, M 3i4il; parity,
4.00; DO Ueg. Centrifugnls, 3.07.
Ealroad Securities Also Shoyr
Decline During Day's Dull
Trading in the East.
(Ity l'Vdernl Wireless Teleprapli.)
NKW YOIHv, Novemlier 21.
to Tim Advertiser) Tlio mutal
stocks ilnvelopcd renewed licnviness at
tlio hi'irlmiiuj; of inisiuess today. Kail-road
sbares sliovvud a firm undertone,
dint chances were sllubt In the case of
.Missouri, Kansas & Texas preferred,
which advnuceil a paint. Trading- was
"H'liu unusually li 14I1 1.
Tlio early speculation produceil. only
a sniull series of price tliictuations, 'but
iuitlnl losses were gradually elTaced.
Toledo, St. I.ouis & Western lost four)
points. Prices vro well inajntnlueil,
with small gains uniong Hie speculative
stocks. Tlio market closed firm.
NEW YORK SUGAR.
(Hy lVdorul Wireless Telegraph )
M:V VOHK, Xoveinber
to Tlie Advertiser) Haw sugar,
sternly; muscovado, :S.I7; centrifugal,
:!.H7j mulnsses, '2.W2; relineil, steady;
cut leuf, fl.SO; crushed, 5.2(1; mould A,
COAST EXCHANGE CLOSED,
(lly I'eiloral Wlreloss Telegraph,)
HA.N' I'ltAXCIWD, November 21
(Sjieclal to Tlio Advertiser) -All loi al
bun1s, lliinucial Institutions and ex
chaugiw wore closed tmluv in ubserv
unco of Siuira Day, 11 legal holiday
CABLED SUGAR QUOTATIONS
Sugar iiiotutlon reielvod yeatenjav
liy Hie Hawaiian Sugar Hunters' Asso.
elation fioui the ('ulitonua uud llaniii
inn Sugiir He lining l'ouiniiiy arc (
dugieu lest cntrltiiguls :i H7, :: 10 f,i
degree minims buvts u ','i, .: ;j.
IB FOUND IN FRANCE
(lly iV'Uml VVlielvM Tilt:i.iti
MAN rttAM'IW'll, NiiMiiilur
(HtHJl lu Tim AdmrlKni u 11 . r
Wil'yiry, IL iniilinii.' 1 lio
li llmluii'd u 11 in 'IUJhI'II I lliu
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fiuiu lliu Mm ii. 1 111. li. in ii llnl
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tujdlng in .I ii'nh, 1 iuro
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