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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, - NOVEMBER 10, 1014. -SEMI-WEEKLY.
' SHOULD tJOTDEAL r if Mill ' niTiinrunp urn riiiiiuuiibt I orpin Anrlrou. CnAlr-inn Inrfi... , . ilually Opposes Suggestion for . , . C Official Distribution of Jot : KOLES'OF OKGJWIZATIOT. ' . '- r A i ft h iy (iiVrn'P-Ki AC- rnuniDii m icnrcncrawc fteaaVof departments Response life t6 Public anfl Should hoi , Be Handicapped : i - ' .' ' ' Lorrta Andrews, 'speaking individual ly indent as the ehairwa'a of the Re publican 'territorial committee, is very ! ttrongly opposed to the suggestion that . the committees ef the party undertake to denl with any patrnimjre. , Mr. An ' -drews points out that Yhi pition Was settled, at the last KepuWlfiau "Wile con ' -vention, Wt which action, was taken that makes ay attempt ton the part of any committee to deal Wits tarty natrOnago the H4-pubHcaa party of the Territory .'; Irregular and opposed to the bet aed- tiinent of tbe party, . . t , Definitely battled' ..v )'," i .,..,,..,. n ,v n nriHiT, lll- ,, Itepuhliean purty In this" Territory Should an (ii organltatlon Interfere it Ah matter of appointment! made by ggcst names for such appointment Wait definitely -settled, at the eoaventiok 4 held In Honolulu on the twenty-fourth of FfbrtiaYy, 114, Tor the purpose of revising the rule anil regulation of the Republican paTfy ;o"f, tha Territory of Hawaiir said Mr. Andrews. All Praclncta Represented , . . "'This 'convention .Vaa made Mp of delegates specially elected from every precinct for the purpose of revising the rules and "regulations Of the Re publican party in this" Tmitbry 4n order to meet the -tew roBihttoeis vrpngnt rrou tty ttn sew primary la w ..-; 'j'oivj io tour a weiu , that people, and avoid those matter . vhiclj had caused friction and Uidor .trnnixaUon in the uaat. . ' r . v ' i. "One of the important mafleVa whicli ha alwaya been a source of unpleaaant; ixwa -and of dinorganixatiou was the fact hat the rules of the :prty atthat '.time 'Ti!arerl. In ihm 'hauii .r .A..n.i. committee the intril)iition "of an pat , tonage. .' tThia lil, flj-nt, ;to 'coniitant . who . were not named 'or officej and, . onI. lo the d isaniHiintnienl 'ami miho. qnent bitterness of the litany apjdichntt who wre 'not 'named ' for nh iwimii Thirl, to 'a 'feeltntf pH'ong "the "jtiittliie ' that It was an 'attelllpy.th( ttuptfH' . Ticrfn county 'orfianU?a'ti6n to lisurp th Vower of, the' elected, oftlciala and. til 1 U county position with Hvorthle nen. ' vcanannc Besponaibiuty - , W-. . . 1. l l m -w . . . lieve that fbe time had come to sweep . so-caiiea appointive power Trom the Wal. comiaitteea and place t ,,..tinn.;l.:i:iD j . , v ai i. w itT-rrr a a. wtt ann iraiii in bia !.. it v0f. tltily elected or appointed ollioiala. I tiOtlrom tbe report of the committee: In charge of the amendmenta to the tnlea: ... . - .': , , ', w roinniittee aball have charge of ' ' the distiibittion of county; patron- Be'. and in Section ft, Article V... The eaenitive committee of the mii m VVIKIUHHT U ' 4 . Vl.laa ha ..i..U 1. n candidate. fr appointment to oblce i ; Under tbe Territory, shall eecure the indorsement of ' majority of ;the executive 9inmit;tee or he pret-inei euin to wbKh b belongs, :.. ht "of the, territorial central com- . . . , . . . . v . . . niuiee. . e ronrenit that It Is ; : elf-evSdent that : iha; aptolntiVe '' MONtT Mt.l . In . tk . ylat ib ri nw... I .heibl,' and ihat ,. the ,departmeut . ' head ia reaponsibie for the efficient i adminifitratlt) of his department. Therefore, we Advocate the strik- , '. iug eit from the rulea of all por .'' tions of- sections jrtvhig to either ' tn f.jrrirnrim PYRf.iiT.ive fAtnmtrtiAA : or tuo tonnty committee hnythipK ; to Ho with the diatributtoa of -' natron a ue or Itnnointmanta to of. tToanii'.oUtiTy AAopteA '; " :':',''J ; .The provlalon as recoinmpnc-eil tyt1a com mi t tee waa uuauimoualy carried In th convention, it being decided trlnt hereafter , all appointments should . le. k Itiii mIwIaiI niilf.ial mill ttint no committee would have tho. right to tie applications, requests or deuiamls that -any man or men should be partte ' alarly considered for any pom'tion. Oir Awu Tha Eav . "In a circular iHsueil by Robert Vr' Bhlrtgle. cbhirlnah of the 'Republican territorial rUmmittee, nhortly; after the. convention, addressed to ' the officers and memltera f tbe precinct elube of Dhe Koptiblican party of the Territory i 'of Hawaii, the report of the revision .'f oiuinittee, chemen by the convention, o 'the territorral central , couimlttoe waa quoted in full and, among other atafci'inetits luclmled the followliiKv . 'k p Vft.1ii.ut mitr w Bu iutiAn ."i when ' Ibe . convention onniiiiuoiis ly went on record that the head 'of a department is directly respon . eible for its cftlc-ient adminiHtra- : tion and lianlahed from its rules ; - any and all reference to patronage and Sudor-omeut f or 'olllce. If pa ;;'trounge 'ia the "open sesame" to, ' grafts and . machine politlca the ponventiou not onlv locked the door aguiniit this Torm of corrup- ' "' tlon, but threw sway the key. V Against 'the Buleg . -1 Vlt ia, therefore, against he rulea (if the party organization for the eouu- ,ty committee or for the territorial eoin- mit tea to ifue any applicutiou for or 'Dee or to endorse the samo, and it ia TOURIST SEASON IS IN PARADISE TUB ourtiTU t comlrig horray, hofrayl" , , ; That tings Bidney Jordan, aloe do camp to the Hawaii lYdmetion com rnlttee. . ( , '' :., tj; 'rv 'V" ''' ' "The tourist are coming," lie slags ly way of aiwrwerliig the many qnes tions that are aOrtuI eiirh Av t i rninnir.'. i . , Whan Vin tbe tourist leasdh open? mere o as Dig a 'Hlgnt' thla year as UBt7," , ' i ; By tinging his song Jordan answers U then Qneniims ttuslfcaCj as hb uhsla goes though Vethape not very fcpecinoally. ' I - r ' " - '!' '. . BIO BUSINESa J5XBCTEl ' '" - 'J He leaves il speclilo of detailed answers to Becretary It . Wood of the committM, wto can sliotr you tn cold "and 'alihOst lndlsontabla flmiraa thai wlU be a big tourist year fot Hawaii . i While twssfbly a trite lata fa StkrUhjC, lt( tUi Ufa good deal lo'ncsr than nensl after starting, he believes. , . , . . An. '"rthermore, today mirti .'the startvof th season I j ' H H I ' The steamer hlatsenia. arrtvinK tMa'Wrnlrrg,rwm diacharge the first list of Vlnter tourists fcera, says Mr. Wood.- It wl register the ppening f the tonriat leaacn,' nd hereafter all ships arriving here will be'well fiMed with pwsons coming to "tho snnshln of Hawaii." - ' ' REASONS FOE tlTR CELAT " ' ; ! There may be several comdderations to explain the Utthi delay in the opening of the Mason, and this daisy, it appears, has given many to think that Hawaii woold be without its nsnal crowds of visitors this year. ' That such fears are unfounded is shown by the heavy Steamship bookings for bete froth now tm, andDy the Hawaii advertlsmg campaign started, at the Instlgatlo i it Mc Wood, by the Eastern railroad. .' ,;. ' f ' Tor months now, practically U reservation eh Hawail-bonnd steamer are taken, and in many cases the waiting list Is ions;. ., ",.:.' i ' ' "TOUKISTS ARB 0I)IIHO 1 ", ' " ' ,' Bo Sidney Jordaa doubt Ubs U dull truthful when he alnjs. "The tonrlsts r coming horray, horrayl" v .. .,, . ; . - Th cftr h fn h'rauch better positron to meet tbe rjulrnfnU if alafge reason than iifretofot. Tmirrovtmierits have ten Tnae at iw.th rv vk .-.a the Moana hotels, and the Pleasatiton "be ped W first of the month. ' ', J mm, moaem in eveTy respect, wiu accommodate about seventy. The tocrrtii 4t Ufrsre. Vi(h DHvMta lanaia fseinv thm ntin .1. REPUBLICANS WILL RATIFY ELEGTiOfJ Delegate Kuhio and Otber Party ; Leaders 'o' Speak ;'at " " - '-;! Grand flallyl ; - ' - :,. ' v ' '"'.,1' ; ' " Bent npon: sboWia (be peoplb thst their eaninaign prpoiises were not idly mane pr.maue , ror, eiection ptfrposos only, a Republican rally will be hold, Satnrday evening :ln Aala. Park, when addresses will be made by "severslpf the' successful candidates and by party Wdera here.'.' ';, ' ,-"., ', ,;;.'. . It wITl be- a '"Tati&Vatlon meeting," uttder the auspices of the county com mittee -iind 1 presided : 0Vr bv "Walter Coomba, chairman! of that boity; The eRudiilatos epledge-, their aillegl a lice',' to .'the, party ,BnlTaffirm their intention to abide bV its Brlncirle and 4o carry out its platform. , ; . , , v Delegate Kuhio Among Speakers V , 'Finn's, for (be hieetinff were 'made yesterday at a session of the executive committee of the eotraty -committee, and the following persons were designated-, as speakers for the occasion: Delegate Kuhio, Robert W. Shingle, B. W. Breck. One, paries Chillingworth, William T. Rawlms, Eugene K. 'Alu, John Lane, and Charles Arnold. . . ' ..' Hr. BrecVons wni speak "as the not ing head of tbe central committee and Mr. Shingle as the former head of that same body.' The other speakers are successful candidates. One was selected' rrom each ravtmon of tbe ticket, Thanhs o the "Voter . . . ;' :' ? r , ..' Thanks will be given the voters for their s.ijiKit at the polls, and they are, to be 'assured by tb speakers that the principles and . platform' upon which , they elected the republicans to ollice Will be ept in word and in spirit Cor ing all the new administrate.,.'' k 1 It ia lucely that a few of the speak ers will go with detail into aome .of, the blanks, and show how tiler should' be worked, out, , Mr. Hhihgle has Ticen asked. to talk on political conditions as he found tbm on the malulaud, - Twenty seven Elected ' W. AlnitAi1 twenlv.snvAit tint At twenty-nlnq eandidates," aid OeOga it Oullil'nf Ilia enmiiiiltefl last eve- nV "snik feel entitled to 'some rally.. As the terdtorlal central eom' rtiitvaA An.A;l iha llmnaifM 'sawiftt Jl rally .in . Aula I'arlc ttnd then turned over the campaign to the county cont mill fnr mann (r.itriOn I Wd thinlr thfift thia after-electiou rally should be ander the auspices of the county committee. T'The niay0r lias Kiudry -ronstiHted that we havs the use of AJa Park and tno jrawshan . band. Tbe band wui lay from seven to eight o clock, M he rally -will start lit tbe close 'of tbo concert.'' . , .. ' .-."' -. f - : ' ' ' ! At the hieetlng yesterday, when these plulis for the Tally were made, the 'pur ty's linances vero looked into. ''I found, tint the cainpuigii cot etsctly ' 1 1111 t n a inanB n. 'aiii 'a v. dtlt 'tit 'IIIA.I ft in nfrtiki.J lztU; a few were held up .where there- s a pipuio over xjie amoiini,. ., left "for the be a. I Jf 'overy ' -dopiirt oien'to 'receive front th applicant any application for .a position and to -do-cide whether or hot he wishes to ap point the Vame, aad to bo solely re nponsible for such appointments, "The motto of tbe present liepnblU can ongatiiKatloa is that where a Re pilblicaa candidate bus been ek'Cted lie, must 'prove himself eOieicnt, Ami to do 'so hi hii iiiw are left absolutely Butled by the Republican Organisation in the question of appoiutiminta niadii by him to oflice, 'and no committee itt oflicial body o the Dartv lihs 'Oib Vloht to suggest or ailvise whom he shuirp-. poiiu. ir may no so, mey are urea-. ing mo iawf oi ine puny auu vioiai-; iotf tho confidence of the teputliiu who named them a coiumittoeumn. ; -OP PACIFIC yVhat is llrfdtTig'it ich ) And' wth the biggest, perhaps, in. the history oif ha put tip $13,000 annex, which wlfi f . . , J nflOIITETO COAST t ,'V w ' " V"" .1 iapanese Liner Brings few 'Pas '," serrflers But Capacity tarrjo ; 5 . -of Oriental Products : , On' the last lap of an .ttneventful' voyuge, the Toyo Kalsen Kalsha ateain. or Cbiyo Maru r?vcd yastertlhy mom Ing from Vokohama en route so Han Frilhl'lsCO.V ' The reaaol CarriAI An ' ceirtlonally'.'liglit pASsonger list, there "ni.?"'. foriy.one camn risMsenDers on 'the ship's msnifest. The Chivo maim lias a luji cargo, ' nowovcrtoa Sisting of 'heariy 7000 tons. , ' j. When the t'hivo hfarii a,rrtvAI l- iVa Offing- she "transferred a quantity of mail, provisions, fruit and other sup plies to he Japanese 1ttlchlp Hire. Mr. and Mrs. K . X. Pile are.ston over paskeagers-. - Thcyhslve mrfde' h boaeymom tour f the Orient and will remain In Honolulu foe several weehi. Mr. and Mrs. ' Pile are guests at the ; tlflieers of tbe Chlyo- Mara report war condition in the Orient kuina .i. mnrt:olly quiet.. There were no signs or itncr naval or military ctivfty ait khy f the scorts which the Chiyb Marh .'totiched m (hi trrp.-" 'Slihiprnli i tho Orient 1 nocticafiy ft a stand still, according to a report of the of ficers of the Chlvo Mum a.i .n.in.. conditions generally throughout the Far t.Av oiu iu a siaguaoi comiitions. ' .. ''"",? KauikeoTani Children's Hospital Must Meet Deficiency At . J h:y'-'':: End of Year " Through a circular letter, trustees if the . Knuikeolanl Children 's hospital ar apialing to Honolulaas to come to tho assistance of tho institution, which t In need of I50Q to meet the deficit at the end of the year. ... . ; following is a copy ef tha letter:- ' r"Tho trusUes ot Kauikoolani fhil dren's hospital would call attention tr the roolition of the fluanees f the hospital and the need for assistance. , "By the did of this year the bos idtal Will nave been in oeration .Tor five years and .'has exceeded expecta tions in the good Work which has been accomplished. TTp to September 80, 1U14, tho number of ratieuts admittiwl bad IteeilS, yeryiarfro propdrtlou of whom were charity patients.". ' ' 'Tho following statement to the iminber. of patients admitted will show how the work is increasing, t The total number of patients admitted during each of the last . four, years -were lis fallows: ,. , v c ','(-.' ''' In I0ir phlients admitteil. . . .501 V . la 1i"2 patients h.lmitted. . , . . .27J ,' In 1913 patients admitted. . . . . .420 , In 11114 patients admitteil to v October 13 .'S0!J ' . '.'The inconm has not been sufficient to meet tbe running expenses. Antici pating thla Mr, A. H. Wilcox, When he donated funds for. the purchase of (ho site, the erection of the buildinx and procuring the; necessary, equipment, also donated ."000 towards the runuiug ex penses'. - This ;dbnnkm fund has been exhausted anil a1oiit 115(H) )a heeded to nutet'flie deficit' at the end of this year. "The endowment fund amounts to a little over. $100,000 and before long au effort will bo niade to increase this endowment so as to svoiil, in the fu ture, asking for contributions for r 11 li ning exeuso. "Every reasonable effort baa been made to conduct the affairs of the hos pital economically, but. hotwithstaud ug all suvh efforts tbo present Income ba not been v suni''ient. The ' exe ilitures made havi; been fully justified ami hiunv lives have beau saved , uud much .suffering relloyeiL, "Anv contributions, however ariisll. 'to help meet the present neoda will bo verv gratcruliy recelveiL v. "Trustee Kauikeoliul Children's Hospital. ' . ,', "By W, O. 8MTT1I, .' . ' ,;' "Treasurer. "E. K. MOtTHMITll,,, , bairinao Ilouso t'oinmitice. ' ' GiO JLlinOR DRYOOCK .-TfllBtSElLO . , r .;. i . . v.: Secretary of Navy and Hawaii 'V- itfrCu'cing Corrrparry Settlb;.; ;. '. S; Points In bispute ' :,;4 ; CONTRACTORS WILL NOT . l: fJUARANTEE CONSffWCTION Final Cost of Important Improve- Went5 Will Be Abdut ;rjve -'r .- ' Million Dollars ,.. ' 1 After a delny of about eight months, In which tho leetetary f tbi navy was conslilering tbe trisftcr,an agreement was rehcbp.f between the ih-pattme'nt ami the Hawaiian' iredgin -eotnpany. eontractoT for the IVarl Harbor dry- Hock, winch will reanlt in t lie resump tion of work on the dock at aujearly date.'' ; ; , , ;',' '. ' ' '. ' . This information la contained In i eablesram received by II. V- Wiling nam, fpm .Walter Dilliagbaih who is in wan rannsco. The general terms of the agreement are not "known.-but Mr. Dillingham states that the eable-J gram sail tn arrangements were ea tirely satisfactory to tbe Contractors. Chjer rotmr At traue. ,',-;. ,"-;;'.' ' The .chief poinf where tbe negotla tious were delayed was, tbe fact that the avy department wanted tha con tractors to guarantee the construction work on the drydock, winch tbe latter were unwilling to do as long as tbey Were required to build the AorOi on t'lnns.-. and, saet-iflcations frlrnished. br the department and accordingly to the directions or, navy engineers and ' in spectors. , .,:, The original construction work stop ped last February,- when the dock then under wsy, collapsed, with pressure of water from below when one Of the sections 'Was' pitmped ont for the 'first time, There Vas so tnnch "controversy over . the cause and- responsibilUy for the failure of this work that tho pro ject hung in the balance for a time. A nrfnrboT"of reports on the dock were snbmittovl 'by 'local eivtl apd naval en-' gineer, nd the late 'Alfred Noble, the distinguished rVvil eagincef,'-wiade a speMal trip -totlonohiln to lnsrject the dock. He reported favorably to the ptfntl nuance of ("the project, 'kucgostlng lotne few fllodification la the plan to overcome .the frtlflleiiHies .which " had Ooon eiicoiintered. - , . ; . fechnical Detalbi Adjwted J ,1'ollowwig tlit-itinlatilsslon of Coble's report, the technical details were ad- lustedi nd "cct'kf, iaereaaeil the np jfrbfrriatron Ay kte - dock 1e i''' tiearly $5,000,000,. Nothing then, remaned but to order, the resumption of the work, nndci1 bW terms. Then flecrerarv Dan iels in the midst of negotiations.ordered the contractors to proceed. Work was resume nir the - -olil upecincatiohs, for a few days Only, when the depart ment agreed on a new deal. ' Waner Ttillvngliam the tim veni on a special trip tb Wafthhigton 1n the Interests of. the. Hawaiiun 'I'redglng ctfntpaiiy,. la -an endeavor to'seenre a Speedy settlement .of. the disputed points. This he was nnatle to do. sad the matter has lain before the secretary or rne navy ror aoost eight months wlthort ny material change' In .Its status.. '', . .j , . , The service jottrwaia 'commented unon this state of affairs and remarked that In the event the contractors ahauiWed tbe completion of. the dock, or tbe uavy umlcrtOok to Ijuiid tt; the final cost would prove a great deal higher than the origihal flgtrre. In .view of this fnct. thev evinced "soma ' Wonderment 'that 'the matter Vlirtuld.'be still held tip. rmphirmg the eUicloncy 'of tbe navul plant in Hawaii.' " Work Vlllfca Resumed This summing nn of the situation ore- bably bad soinetliing to do with the final "action of the aecretary of ttie' navy, the result ef 'Which is the 'an nomieomejit Uom Walter Dillingham that the arrangements are Satisfactory' to the contractors. . An immediate re-J snntpuon or wora ani tbe speeily com pletion of the Pearl 'Harbor drydock may now' be looked for.".."'..' ' SPEGUL PflOSECUTflB WIL1 SllWiufliSIONllM Wr."and Mrs. M. A, Thomas will re turn to Hun Francisco in tbe steamer Manoa, leaving P:er18 at four o'clock tliis-Jifternoou, after a pleasant stay in. Ifohbluld 'Of (wo iiKJqfhs ana a half. Mr,' Thomas Was appointed specihi assistant to the attorney general ' " United States to relieve tbe disfrict attorney here during the time tho lat ter was being tried for asaault with a deadly weapon. He came here from tbe1 district attorney 's oflice In- Ban Fran Cisco, -where he is a special .assistant, and immediately got to work-' in a man tier that plcasediall those ktivlng busi ness' with the 'local federal court de partment. . t . ; .'There are those In Honolulu who ex iiect Mr. Thomas to return here shortly iu an official capacity. On this point he would not say anything last night when interviewed by The Advertiser, lie turned the oflictl over to the district attortiOy late lust Week, and that euded lit sorvice bore'under hi special cem mission. . . '- 'The final, accounts of B. L. Marx, cs administrator of tbe estate of Agues E, II awes, ilec eased, were approved yes - tcrdny by Judge Whltue aud the ad - mlnistrator diNthargod, . WILY PROr.lGTER gets mm li PULLS GUf '.'"' i . .. v .'.'... ! W. H. Barnard Prevents Removal of Office Furniture With-Ugly Ltoklrrg Revolver . r: PUTS ALL TO FLIGHT V r" UNTIL f bLICE ARRIVE Then He "Disarms"' Them By t; Turning Oyer Weapon and 'J i - ' Hastilf Retires.' It might have been an automatic toothpick or preparation to keep the rain off nmbrella, .Itirt it chanced lht it wa vuhf a fluid to prevent rost gath ering on anything, from a tiorseshoa to electric light fixtures, which W, H. Bar nard, Honolulu ' latest find In the et-rfch-quick class, brought to Alii city with him. .;'' .;. .;.;'.,: y Incidents snrrotmding the exploita tion of this wonderful fluid led up to tbe nactmeiit of a delightful eomeify yesterday mortilng In "Barney's" of fice, ;Waity bnildlng. 'The comedy, tint Of respect to tbe . preparation, shoukl be called Rustnot. But not until 4t was all over could one say with arry flegree of certainty tlrat tho play ws comedy. . Por there was a gun flashed ,and threateningly polnte.1, which nnti rally gave it some of the characteristics of a drama. . ; Since "Barney" arrived here In Beji tember, He has had a bnsy ami perhaps profitable time. His finances, how ever, wwj what led up to the eomeifv yesterday, with the gun play. The get-rich-quicker bad sold two halves of his business, one for $325 and the other Tot "$51)0, "and bt some original wqVk In fractions retained a half interest lo it himself. . '-. ,T. . ' . , , j! Titt Up Ofllca on Credit ' . .'. As a condition precedent to Opening busiaees.'KarBey "negtiaied fr fur niture with tbe OITlce. Supply Compauy and succeeded in getting enough for his OflJce-Oh h Installment plan.- Had he kept tip lis payments On tbis f nrhiture, everything would possibly have ' gone smooth Wifh lilm at least tintil the buyers of Knstfiot threw it away after trying it In-vala on everything, 1 ciuding the sco'lp, ' . ".' 7 V But " Harney ' didh t 'Veep Hp his installments. Instead, le loaded rip la pistol and waited, ior the wtrst lo come Tno Worst, or rather the iticit to tbe worst, came In Vlie shnpo of throe Portugnese from the Ofty Ttansfer Com pahy. They came with'tirders from trie flk-e Hnnnly Comnanr to take, the fur niture, and they were big enough, phjsV raiiy,- vo tase It, 'other things Deiug equal.-,'; .; .' '. , "' ... '". , Uka McCaxn, 'Barny', Ha Oua ' But ' Harney " had gua. liike. uL Cam, ho kept it concealed, the three Portuguese ea'uie lii'mberiug into the of ficethus begins the first act. This js tiot a long ai t,- for the reason that no sooner 1id the expressmen state tbe purpose of their call (ban the exploiter of liustnot pulled the gun. Feet Por tuguese feet they made it down tho hallway V the' Wajty building fast? than taey ever dared -to go before; and they did not stop until tbe Oflice Supply store was reached,, ;. . , ; Alfred J. Oram, treasurer of the com pany, listened to their story, but did not believe.lt. It was incredible. Ite ksid, and to prove k waa incredible he Went back "With the Poi-tugnese, Slid thna o)ewa the flcoud Wet. . '"'Bar ney la hekliug bis own by the esk, tno on hip aa.l eye on the door. The floor U oiened, and Oram 'eaters, oalm and unfriendly. ' ; , ' ' The promoter greets hlin:'r'uoat you put your bonds a this turniture." , . He draws a gun. . , . t ' Flourishes Bad Looking Pistol ' v . . ' - "The first oiie who tries to jtoke this furniture (rets shot, you see'l ." veils the promoter, flourishing a bad looking pisioi.. . '.. - ., Oram Withdraws hastily. . ' ? 'Uun plays seeming to tie in- rogue,. T difle t want to take hny ehanoes. so Ijtot Out," suld Oram.' .'. lie rang -up tor vnc-jolH', ,7 ' . Two bllicers enter, taking. positions at 1. c. and t.'it. Kehlnd' them tonic the three -Portuguese add Oram, holding relatively safe pasit'ions, ' j . , ' "Barney" ait at the desk, fondling the revolver. ' , , " "There,'' he aays, as he gives them possession Of the revolver, "tuk'e that to -tho polite station!" ' , BiigTit Officer OVerwhelnied " ' ; " 4- i Ilia ' generosity overwhelm the bright oflicers. They take the guq and maiuh off the stage, not 'thinking uutjl the curtain lios ruiig down anil every thing ia'over that thuir superior would' probably want to kick tbin from' tlse station to Kohala for iot arresting (lie promoter, . ,' Hheriff Rose will not say when tbe arrest Will be made, or anything about the euso. Down at tbe atation they are whispering it around that he wants to get a rvfund on bia Rustuot before making a pinch. . ',.'..( . There is a good deul of feeling among ninny ot those who look part in the comedy over the two oflicers' non-ft-a- sauce in not arresting "Barney," The'y say be committed two . criminal aets, anil that tliere was. no excuse for his not being arrested on the spot. . Admita H Drew Weapon ' ' Huruey ' ' himself . admitted last night that.be had drawn tho gnu, J' "Aud I would have shot them, too, you bet," be eommeutod, if they badl, Per str. Kilaooa,. for Hawaii and tried to take the furniture. ,r , Maul jiorts, Nov, fl. A. J.. Porter, M. If a rumor Is to be credited, "Bar-'Osaki, Nr. Iwis. Alexander 'Sbpl'ard, oey'.' is planning to get away on the 1 Muuoa this afteriiooiii Should he es- 1 cape.. Sboriff Uose will find himself n auuthte cmbn'rrtuj 'position. I 4... J r MARINE TIDINGS. . By Merchant Exchange.' 't Friday, Noveml)er( fi, 1914. Oraya Ifarlior ftafleit, November I), schooner g, sCJhristlatison, 'for Trl Harbor. : ' , . '; . . Heattle r-aileif, TCovrnW C, , 8. S Kentucklan, fot llonoluHi. - ' - . . ; rbiturday,. November 7. ', Pan Francisco -Haileil, Novemlier 7, l;W p. W. n. l'ersm, for Honolulu. ' '- . Monday. November ft. an Francism) -Arnved, , Nov, ( K S. Knterprjan, henco Octolter 29. , Pan Frani-isco Arrived, Nov. 9, 11 a. m., 8. 8. KibeYth, hence Nov, t.' Vokohama .Sailed,, Nov. 7, S. 8. China, for Honolulu, YoRohnma Arrived, Yfov. fi, B. Tonyo laro, tienc October 27. ; : .. PORT OF HONOLULU. . 'j' ' . AkWVlED. Ptr. lliflenyt. 'from ftawail. t a. w. 8tr. liikelike, frpm Kansl, 6:Sr . m.J r. Ventura, from Sydney, J:30 a.m. Ktr. fieiyo Marn, froth 'Japn, 8:n a. m. . . . . - . Mr. fhlnyo Mam, from San ' Fran sisco,' :45 pm. : '.-'.'.. ' , 8tr. W. O. 1111, from lCanal Sr'45 a., m. ,. . , , . Str.. Maoua Kea, front Hiio. 6:i0 .."",' ., ' , ' v ' . , - U. . 8. fitr.' Jtaln"bow, from cruise, 7 . tn.'. .T i ,;. t . Ptr. Miktihala, from Maul and Molo kal, 2 i.ii, . , ' 8tr. Muna Ixia frbm Kanoi, 1:45 a. m. ' . : . Htr..Helene, from Hawaii,"! :'30 a.'m. ' Htr. I. Ikelike, from Kauai, 3:15 a.m. V.Ptr. WalleU, from Kanal, 6:10 a.m.' 8tr. Strathairly, from: Newoastle, 4 If "' ' Ptr.' Strathalrly, frotn' Xoweasfle, 7;Sn a. m. .- 1 '.'. y . Str. Chiyo Mara, from China itiidj japan, 4o,:u a. m. . . J ' v ;; '.''.'.-. DEPAETED.'t ' ."',' '' ".'Str.;H1'n, toriJTawali, t a. nv ' -;Htr. Kilanea,. for Kotla, 12 .ttooo, Btr. Claudiae, .for Maui, 8:10 p. m. 'Str. liikellke, for Ktuai, 5:10 p. Ibj. 8tr. . Ventura, for . tJan Trcnciflco. 0:43 1.1);,;(' . ,. '' ,. j...-.- mr. tunny o ' Meru, jar Jiongkong, fi:10 a. 'tni'-': ,-." i-'-f '. '. ; tftr. Helotie, for Hawaii, 4 '. wi. . ! Str. Heiyo Haro, for, Jlilo, 5 p. m. . Str. AV. O. Hall, for Kauai, II p. n. Htr. Cluudine, for "Maul, B:10 o. In. . ' . ;,.,-:f- f : A8Cs2iosssv ;'v '."''';', r ; . ArrtTd4' ,',; '' ';''.' , . Per O. 8. 6. A'eatnra. from Svdnev., N. 8. W.. by way of Pago Pago. No-1 vcmber fl.. For Honolulu Anton Car vellL 0. K JamioHon, Mr. V, '.. .tarlf.e Son, 'P. B. Lloyd, Miss fl.. MTiitney, Mrs. p. A. Heall, Miss J. L. Beoll, Miss M. K, eall, Ihi Kwi Chao, Hau (1iV Kwan, Com. l. It Mao an, Mrs. D. H. Mahan, Fred Creighton, James Creigh tob.'Bor. t'has. Hitchcock, Myef Hurt, F. R.:McKee Micgan AB,'itto, Kobfcrt Btiekley, ,richard Conaell, j. C Voss, Cliln KonH.'.Ruildlph Corpos, Pudi far-' po, John 'Eary,', Fred ary, Mrs. Pred Kary,.8tvhi,.Ooldiiii, ir,;. olHm, Miss Vivian Ubldiui, Mbis Ooldie Chit ilini, Jobn Saliiio, "Mrs. Muble 'galnio, 'F.'M. Kelly.'. t-.;t ly-'; ; .- '-. '. Per str.. Maifna Xe, from flilo, No-: vdnber 7. Mrs. lntthor,'Mii E. Pat Uson; "Mine A'.' Patttson. "Mrs. W. 'F. Hi'hclalr'ahdildMrs. It. V, Ptten, Mma i'atton; rtii., Veatberbee, Mian Weatherliee.K. .Hashimoto and Wile. W. J' Rictar.i; tl. A.'Tiscus, Mrs. At-4 kmx. Wight, T. It. Hobirmon, Mrs. Ia. X. Ma.liola, )H. ; W, Waymeot, A. " A. Kichley, F. Beohcrt, , Jos. ; Ako, Jl. AkOna, W. A. Anilercon, )i. B. I'mibal low. 'L. K. Arnold, Jos.. T. -Muff, D. hn- nuha, Kagita, Miss V. M. (lark, tin. V, A. Pmars. T.Hiney, H. W. Kinney. Per ' atr. Mikshala, from Maui and MolokaL November 8. Mrs. B. Ihihi. Miss A. Panana. C. Crowell. Mrs. .1.1 Munro, Miss 1. Mutch, Miss V. MutCh, J, D. McVelRh.-Oe, P. 'tok, Mrs. Geo.. W, Mc Coy hail -son,' Mrs, 41. Joao and infant, Mrs. V, Corrca ani two. daughters. Andrew Wright. 1 Per 'str: Manna tioa, from Kauai, No vember 8. R. B.- Anderson, A. Takawa, 8. rJuenaga,' R.. B. Mcrldowney, Miss R, Aki, . Akl Jr, C. Aki Sr., 1 M. htshel, O. 8belo, J. Fassoth, Leo Nash,' D. II. Hitchcock, Mis Johnson, J A. VcHryde. R. W. T, Purvis, Mrs. R. W. T. Purvis Mr. 3. C. Dort, Miss K. Ii. Wilcox, J. Berstrom, J. B. Loing, Mrs. J, B. Daiug, Mrs, A llorner, D. Puni, M. Tevis, Mr. Ijotv, Mr F. K. Alex ander, A. Horner, K. lloendahl, -TSi'm h. Aelf, . " ''.- -' ' Per str. 01u(lino, Yrom Maui, Novem ber 8. H. Hubbard. Mra. 8. B. flub- bard, Mm.. T. l. H, renhallow, F...M. t orrea, Mrs. t. M. t orrea. Miss Annie Correa, D. W, Doyle, W. -Coelbo. , .;'.'. Departed, ', , Per O. S. 8, Ventura, for Ran.TTyn-" -4seo, Nov, 41. tMrs, J. Maloney, Wm. 1' ut ton, Mrs, R. Pvtrie and son, Mr-. R. K. Mahlum, Mr. aud Mra. 'R.- K. Hampton, V. ,W. Jones, Mra. ,Ventr. . Per str. Cluudine, for Maul, Nov. fl. Dr. W. D.' Baldwin, K. E. Bodge, Re -. 3. 'fl- Kmpiho, Mrs., Hoggs, Mrs.. M. Hcott. Max Ekard. Mrs. E. Kealona. I Master Ksalohu, Mrs. Kabunakala, J. v. - 'i. i. k .. . . : . ' 1C Ma'kakoa Paul Predenberg, Mrs. Nora Fredeo- berg, II.. Paria, H, rj. Truslow, 'J. O Hmith, !,. I). Larsen, R, C. Walker, i?obor ,McCorritouf A. 8. Wall, Mr. a WW Honolulu Stock xc!..;r 16 day, Noverrfber 9, 1914. ' McrsantlU Met. iiaidwie Ud C Brtwti Co hoOae flws ...w....... .' Hsilm . ............ Haw Asncutiural ,. Has. Cnas. 4i ut O. 6sw. W C....i. tnoksa ...... ....j. njoitlll Huti hnKOdStarnrT4 lalina Ce Ktilnffcn ... lA. . i, Krkina tufst "C ... Kotos ........v." McHrtiltfcis; Os. 1 14 Oiaa siisw Ce. 'tti ' 'ihsi. (ut. 4Piaa, C' SClilC .... 'ls ...k...r.... . '.ooo .......j... 'lonftf Mill Co Wli Asr Co WamiSu iHiaar C. Wsiaiansle ........... Watssta 8usat Mill... ts,nmmnl lm iw) i s.uu.uui.s tw.so l.trsiorrj m 2i 22 11eu.iH Mo.imrS M1.0O) i..J l"l IIS ii..... ri 32 ?i 34 ''... .... f". 120 2i'l l" il rttj.&ii .1140 17 17 jiV 1.'-' t1' .T.t't I" il . ( it""."- . t -'. 1?- 7 4 0. ,- 4 N! - i,., 7 l I" , 31 3.: ' ti v 115 74 lu e.. u 4 1 II 1, l iwjia . -i IA.U-1 . MiscsuASSovt . Hi.ksfdPCa.LM... HsiksPPCo. Coo. Saw. F.lAclrtc C iw. I rr. Co. Ltd...... Haw. Vinesik Ce ... . HuoR. K. Co- I'd.... Hilo R. K.CO. Cnas,,. Honolulu biewi! m bMalimtCe lid,,... on.OanCo.Pld.... Hon. (las Co. Cool'" H. KT.4L Co. os Islcf'IslandS. N, Co.. Mutual Tt.Co..... p.R.4LC,i,.... Pshani Rub Co....v Tanioas Olok Nub Cc fW.OWJl 'l HUH n Til l.'l 'iao 2110 Ml 7". 'l iii.V Won I . ! 15 I 0 n6 'I'-, i t l" IJU . J fill il I'll. 130. it. in 30 1. oVsue Nmt Ou- eri1in. -M.0 Ksmskti DUctt Ce Is Haw. Cost. 4 &c(w Cs S a e 0ri ' SBB.! rtawutaa trrCos,. 90 Haw. 1 cr. 4 p t Mr . Jundinc lW .!.. I Haw. T. i c Pub lm Hiw.Trr 4 c t Pub lis , 8er, 19I2-H13.. .. H. Ta.. 4 o ... I.VWOn! .Hai! Maw. Tei. 4 p c. Mw. Trr. o c 1.i44.UOt. Hii R R. t et (Wmaol tl0IJ Hlte . R. Co. ti A 'l.fcO.OOol Ksta. C.to. si 'imtlnr. so roaakM us o, s lion. ui lo,. j ia as. Hob. KT.411 Ca.tvc Kaus KJ 10 s...., K oh ill ritN0, ts... McB.ydt fcurr Ca.tr Mutsal Tl a .... .. Natomas Con .... U. K. LCo. SM ,. Oahu Stisar Co. t p c Olsa SinrwCo. trc 100 95"' 1 r-o ' T ttH l.7'u i6i IK) vn i. v tn JO Panlic Uuano Fcrl.liMrl Co. s..Xt. PilicSuU MUtCo. 'irtl.Sf.e 104 "tOtliVIl' Fioseer X.HT Co, l San Carlo Mill Co p c WataHia At. 4o.S p no II l V.'0. Cetwoen Xonrds Oaba ftng. 'fo 6(l, 11.75; Hon. Ti. M.-'Oo JO, iJ.SV, McBTVde,. SO, 6.50; Olaa, 13, lliil, SO, 30(1. X.iV,.j; 200, 2i), on, an, o.ou; ' iiaw. I iiienppie t o.. iu, 90, -fcatf; Pbmeer, B, n. r ' . . . : v , tJossIoSi 'Sales -: ' llaw..pineapple C., P,;3T?0. - ; i.,;1':" ' !'.;. - A 8. Wairaail child,' 0.''i '"vl'ella, Sr., Mr. Hlnlsdll, W, II. '(irecnwell, Mr. and -Mm. M,. 1", TCulitnaka and infant, Manter'Kuiimnlia, Mrs. (!mcz, Master Ciormiii, Mra, T Espinda, Miss Espiodii, Miss tl. Alu. ,T.' 1. Mai-qiicz; " -i Per T. K.'K,t'. a t'tiivo irarn, for Saa, Francisco, 4 rom Manila, via Hong kong and Japan ports,' to'lay, 10 a. m. T. Adachi, Miss M. P. jtolles, Mrs. A. Bowers. Master ."R. Powers, H. U. Hoone,'E. A. Holchcr, M. S. il. Frnnk, IMrs. M.-H. II. Frank, Mrs. H. l' hauer, Miss Hoskius, fl. lloei'. Mrs. M. J. Ileaiing, T. Kunie, L. Mitchell, lr. Q. . Marrhan,d, J. M. Macdonuld, Miyosbi,' Mrs. Iv. Na"knuiura and uiuid, Mrs; R. Nakamura, M is. K. Parkinson, E. .Rogert, Mrs, E.' Rogers, 8. Hinion, Mrs. 8. Himou, W: P. tpriii((ir, T. a kurai. Mis Harriet Ppriirg. T. Hbilmta, Miss E. II. Hculbiore, H. Toda. C P. Williams, H. E. West, Miss L. Withers, Mr. Woclsoy, Mrs. Woorscy, ft. Vosliiila, H. Yajisna, Mrs, 8V X'ajimu. nd tnai.l, Miss ..V". Vajinia. " .'Per str, Cluudine, ToV Maul ports, November 9- A. . C. .'TA hoi.ler, Henry Fruuk, A, Haaeberg. i . ..... . ,. ' '; . ' siBfji m i.:y ' .- -i : .1" . . '. I i, . ! ' Six-cent auirnr - muv ' utaTn - l.e a realitv. iu t lie : nt.iiiiim ut TIiiisa wlm were in "t'obeli With tho liturliet yester day when, tbo 'price reurhf I 4.0L, This rhecriug news us received liy Alex ander ' Itiildwlu from their New 'oik Bgentx.. ,.,",' , . : . ..' ', .. ; Pollwing la a copy of ', -the cable grains'; y . ' " ' ' ' There was a 'sk'le tbdny Ut 00 de gree (rptitrfuals that fleets the ba sis for Hawaiian sugar st 4.1)1, Cuius for delivery in 'Xtw.-. Vork in atcue, tederal f-igar lieSnery was the buyer. . Market stiosg'st the a.!. unce. High er prices expeeted' . ?. . ' . ' cys .f,sk;.o 'Silile en-lce bctw eon Vanconver'aiul Australia ha iceu Ircwtored, according to -a notification ror ei veil yestenly from the local oflice of the Pacific Couiy mercial Cable fotupauy,' which indi cate . that . the damage done at the Fauuing Island statiou by the Cennun cruiser Nurnburg has bron repaired. The announccmcat reads as follows: i"The Pacific Commercial Advertiser: t The Vancouver-Panning I. land cable, recently cut by a Oerlnka warship, is now ; repaired, restoring normal coin muuicatiou witb Australia. 'fbe Com-, mercial Paellia Cable 'Comj any.' ; : :.; , ,,; . ehetmatiem. , ' Have yeu ever tried . Chiiiberlaia 'a Pain Halm for. rheumntisuiT If not, you 'are whs ting time, as the longer this disease runs oil the harder H la .to cure, (let a bot,t I a toduv. ajiplv It with a ig orous masaagu to tbe a'fli.'ted parts and you w II tie Sitrpi ikid 'and .(lel gbted at the wlief obtained. Fur sale by all t'eilcrs. peuson, Smith 4; 1,'o.j LtJ., g d for Hawaii, , ', , - flAMEOr ITOCK v" A