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nOXOLTTLU STAR-BUT.LETIN, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 28, 1012.
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Six hundred tons structural steel
Rod Iron to be used in the-building of j
quarters as well as the construction!
HARBOR ARRIVED IN LURI.II
ol the -big dry dock at Pearl Harbor' Lurline and also the Wilhelmina.
arrived as part of the deck cargo j
brought to this port this morning inUvnnf,mina Litsi propeller Blade.
waihon ;avigauon uner i.ur-;
. Tne Matson steamer reached her
wharf at noon today, Captain Henry
"Wheedon reporting a line trip down
from San Francisco.
;Five thousand tons freight are aboard
Tor discharge at HonoluJii ana Kahu
luL Id the local cargo amounting io
4627 , tons, is included a quantity ut
Material for the Hawaiian' Dredging
Company. Forty-four cabin- and 8
steerage passengers arrived. A mail
from the mainland amounting to 24G
sacks was received by the local ios-
' The Lurline was first
r.wsjictu.c n.o.i a.y uaMuw
because of weather conditions the
oyage was lengthened until (shortly,
after-ten o'clock, when the liner was
reported off Koko Head, A . I
the lurline for Kahului tomorrow
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Supervisor Low Takes
?Aclid the congratulations of a small
gqtirlng of Iriends and . the discus
sion, bf a tepptiugspread'of refresh
ments, Supefvisbr Ebeh Low, formerly
tobk possession of the little Island
coasting steamer J. A. Cummins this
'Following a brief ceremony held at
eleten o'clock the well known coaster .
vas transferred to the new owner, i
and a change in her house flag was
Supervisor Low proposes to operate
the tteamer on -about the same route
as. pursued forsome years past. The
vessel will be dispatched to the wind
ward Oahu ports with cargoes atX
mails and will return -with large con-
f?ignments of preserved pineapples the tion of being one of the most traveled
pj-oducftof several large, canning estu- navigators now in command of a sail
llfhments situated there. Ut is under-, ipg craft 'He will also relate his ver
s(ood that Captain Low will at no dT6-46ion of the loss and recovery of the
tant date install an oil burning engine j Kamehameha" statue,
in the steamier in place of the steam j 'i -v. la
plant now used in propelling the ve3-! Interlsland Steamers 'Bring Guards
Bel. x men
" '. ttti ' National guardsmen to t,he number
sUamer Claudlne Haste'ns To Kawai- ;of one hundred or more have arrived
fhae. J, 7 7- vf v V'!'4'
To bring twp d ashler s, to Jly? ted
side of Judge A. Hartwelltfieftter
Island, steamer Claudine was . dis
patched before ten o'clock this morn
ing with Mesllnationat Kawainae,
thero to take aboard Mrs. Alfred Cart
er and . Mrs. Ollie Sorenson, who are "to
hasten to the bedside of the aged jur-
lit. who is- reported, as Iff. ir aerious
condition, with a chance hope' for his
recovery. , . . .
"J The Claudine arrived fromherregu
lar run to Miui and Hawaii ports at
jin early hour this mornlm?. Tiie
sci was Immediately prepared for sea.
and following the taking on of a quan
tity of coal, the coasting steamer, pro
ceeded to Kawainae. The Claudine is
expected will arrive at the Hawaii
port this evening, and ihottld be back
ai Honolulu, with the"-relatives of
Judge Hartwell ty nobn' tomorrow,
Theextra trip Is said will -in no way ,
aneci uie regular scneauie oi saumg
fcllowed by the Claudine,-'
Flsurence Ward .Called. At. fanning,
rence warp aiiea.x. canning, Jenteen thousand cases of the preserv
call at Fanning Island was made d product of the lQcai canneries en
.i.'w. ihi-wMniarTf ' i'rlut oi, me iocai canneries en-
by Captain'Piltt in the littie'atrxlllary
. schooner rlaurence want wnicn re
turned to Honolulu latelast evening,
and was sent along side the quaran-
une wuari vo aa..nuu at ,
nanus oi me meaicai onicer vouiim-i-
with the Marine Hospital Service.,
The Laurence Ward wilLbe.fumi-
gated before coming across the har-J
EL n nhZr nantitv of .
white sarid is to te di charged. , .
fh. pg..rsno. Ward Railed from i
this port a' number of weeks, ago witn
a large ouantity of supplies -des
vi fi-Qv Tdnnii i
also Fahning Islana.
.The supplv vesiel left Honolulu on
July .27th ani during her voyage to
the outlying islands fair weather was
met with resulting in a rather speedy
Hall Back From Kauai. ' former acquaintances in the old coun-
The Interisland steamer W. G. Hall ; try. He has been commissioned to
from Kauai "ports with a fair she? list ! take the huge freighter Algoa, which
of passengers and carco including j has been chartered by Balfour, Guth
3120 sacks susrar. 1fi packages gun- rie & Co. from the Pacific Mail, to
nies, 23 cases pears, and a quantity j
of sundries, is an arrival this morn-
ing. The Hall met with hoppy veas j fea
and south wind?. The Hall is to be The Interisland steamer Maui with
dispatched for a return trip to Kauai ( twelve thousand sacks sugar is an ar
tomorrow evenins. iial at theiort today. The steamer
. n'so brought eighty head of cattle
New Chief Officer in the Lurline. 'from Hawaii ranges. Acording to her
Francis Edwards is now Chief Of- fficvers the vessel met with rough
ficer in the Matson Navigation liner vc-ather and strong winds on a por
Lurline. making his initial trip in that tion of the round trip.
"vessel with the arrival of the liner
at Honolulu this morninc. Thief
ficer Edwards is well known alons
the Pacific Coast. He takes the po
sition vacated by the resignation of
A. H. Cabling, who is reoned .o
have left the Matson service to iak
Tip a berth in a vessel plying aio;i-
the Pacific Coast. Cabling has lesi
identified with the Matson line for a
(JAS. h. love;
Ofnr King Street, opp. Union Grill
number of years, having worked his,
way up from an under officer in the
Hilonian, to iositions of trust in the
The arriva of the Matson Naviga-
I ,,.llr,n mo mnrnlnr '
brought the information that with thei
arrival of the liner Wilhelmina at
San Francisco from Honolulu it devel
oped that "during the last 1000 miles
of the ship's passage it had steamed
alon:? with only three blades on its
On Friday night, while Chief Engi
neer Forbes was asleep, the detached
blade struck against the rudder post
with a crash, which awakened him.
Rushing into the engine room the
chief found that the engines were
speeding at an unusual rate, owing to
the lessening of the resistance. The
er)irres were slowed down and
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steamer proceeded without a stop.
Before this the Wilhelmina had been
making better than 15 knots an hour.
Instead of arriving at 4 o'clock on
?!,?dJayitafternn00P'1 " ,ad
pected, it was 9 o'clock Tuesday morn.
J ing when Johnson dropped anchor off
' j The broken propeller will be re
placed before the vessel sails again.
Captain Joseljn Will Relate Inter
' esting Experience. .
Captain W. L. Josselyn, veteran nav
igator and master of the American
bark Nuuanu, which has just com
pleted a memorable voyage of 348
days from New York, will relate a
number of interesting experiences be-
fore an audience at the Young Men's!
Christian Association building next
Friday evening. Captain Josselyn Will
relate a number of sea stories touch
ing upon the stay of the Nuuanu and
her crew in the famous Falkland Isl
ands. Captain Josselyn bears the reputa
:ac;ionoiuiu in twQ interlsland steam
era. The Claudlne returning from Ha.
tfaifaiid the itauIl)orts brought 96
members of the-Iocal militia, together
with a ttaff of officers, who will parti
cipate in the encampment and maneu
vers. The Claudine met with fine weather
on the entire trip. The vessel brought
cargo Including 8 cords slab wood, 34
cords fire wood, 40 crates of empty
bottles, 42 head hogs, 223 packages
Purser Kibling reports the Ameri-
ves-lcan ochooner Robert R. Hind as dis
charging a shipment of lumber at the
port or Kahului.
Mongolia Sailed With Many
One Hundred cabin passengers
joined the Pacific Mail liner Mon
golia during, the stay t)f that vessel
,&t this Tne Mongolia depart
red for San Francisco a twelvo nVlnck
j today, taking a large quantity of pine-
j apples, making a total of nearly sev-
route to the 'mainland in the vessel.
The Royal " Hawaiian band played a
rerenade to the departing passen
gers. A big mail was forwarded to
the coast in the Hner
JJ?!'1""! rtffc 1 ro he.Co"t'
v" , ' V- 8,l,r, e
Matson Navigation liner Wilhelmina,
Je ived a cable today to
that the iiner departed
a iuuv;(vu ai Lid . w l li i o uuvu n iin uro
here on Wed-
mma is uue
1 nesday morning.
Captain Lockott of the Persia Gets
Captain Andrew Lockett, formerly
skipper of the Pacific Mailer Persia,
fwill soon have the pleasure of meeting
carry a cargo of barley from the coast
to the United Kingdom.
The bark R. P. Rithet. Captain Nil
son, sailed for Honolulu with a full
cargo and half a dozen passengers.
The passengers were Lorrin Andrews
and Donald McClure, who are making
a trip around the world; Miss Rose
Evans, R Kearns and Mr. and Mrs.
.Jansen San Francisco Chron-
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.ill i (customs officers, secret service men
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Full moon August 27 at 9:28 a. m.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable te Merchants'
lVednesdaj, Ausr. 28.
SA FRANCISCO Sailed.! Aue. 28.'
12:20 n. m.. S. S. Wilhelmina. for!
Arrived, Aug. 28, 12:30 p. m, S.
Honolulau, hence Aug. 21.
U. S. A. T. LOGAN will arrive from
Manila about Sunday next
S. S. MANCHURIA will dock at Rich
ards street wharf Thursday morn
ing from San Francisco and sail
about 5 p. m.
U. S. S. MARYLAND will dock at the
Navy wharf early Thursday morn
ing, from Seattle en route to Yoko-
Per str. . Claudlne, tftom Maui and
Hawaii ports: S. Bundee, W. Kit.
i-ing, uev. j. ssi. nagaxe, a Acnon,
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nr?' fr iT l8S A5hS?Uied of twenty , tins of opium
ne"'..y- Awpeuo,.?iisb ;e
yeaovi.iss a. BorDa, ueo, ; .snimtai,
i. nas. uapp, jr., o. ae ronie, Airs.
J. U. Medeiros,., Mrs. ,M'. ,S. Carriers,
Misfs'S Hafbottle,' E: .F. Lee, Airs.
Jnb Schmidt, : .Miss M...E., Brown,
Jno.. Caltoh, Hiss E. Hilbus, Mrs. El
Fernandez, Mfss M. H. Cooper, Q.
Hemlrickson; . Thos.. Pratt, D, E.
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Mape, Missr Aniu, H4 Tanaka, J. B.
Kapua,1; Tong Sing ; Kuni, Mr3.. J. L
Kun9w Miss E. Bal, K. Decker, T.
Decker; Miss Aki AI. Otallo,: Jno. . Bap
tistiC Mrs. .Lee Toma, Miss Li. QnlshC
Mrs. ij,; Buchanan, -Miss , Buchanan,
A. Haheberg, Miss McCbrriston, Mrs.
L. P. Young, Miss - Solomon,1 Geo.
Rhodes, Capt. S. Kelilnoi. Lt. V. F.
Kaae; 129 deck, including 96 N. G. H.
Per str. W. G. Hall, from Kauai
iLorts: Geo. H. Fairchlld, E. B.
Brldgewater, M. F. Lindenmeyer, Dr.
R, Clavel, K. Inasta, Miss A. Fate,
Miss-Edith Smith, Mrs: Henry Kalml." DatsVnger" While on board, his suit- auaine ana ma auie,
H. Doden Sugarlo, Paul Schmidt. Sid VTInp tTeen tilled
Spltzer, Hei Fat. with the contraband and then he made i:'-!!:,-.
Per M. N. S. S. Lurline, from San nis egress unnoticed in the crowd eengers, cargo,tand malls. -Francisco
For Honolulu: Bro. Al-!until arrested on the sidewalk. . T ' j . v'
fred, Mrs. I. C. Barrows, v Mrs. Evan- chrones is believed to be only one 'jSverythlng in the; printing; 4lin6' at
fceline Campy, Mrs. A. S. Cantin,l0f a large gang. With the, discovery S'lfr-RiiUethi, Alakea street; Vrancn
Master Kenneth Cantm, Mrs. C. R.tof the mail sack full of opium made
Collins, Mr. and Mrs. A. Craig Bow
dish, Mrs. F. B. Davis, Miss Marie
Fahlmann, Bro. Frohmiller, Miss" A.
Gorman, Mr. B. Von Herff, Miss Mary
E. Holt, R. Irwin, Bro. Joseph,v Mr.
and vMrs. Dr. W. Lyman and sons,
Mrs. H. Macnicol and children, Dr.
and Mrs. C. L. Marlatt, Miss Flor
ence Marlatt, Miss Virginia Marlatt,
Mrs. H. B. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Milton, Mrs. J. J. Newbegin, Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Oram, H. E. Spicer, Fred
Tencke, Mrs. Louise Terrin, Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. White and family, J. A.
Whitton, G. B. Wyman, Miss Flor
The United States army transport
Logan, sailing from Manila for Naga
saki, Japan, Honolulu and San Fran
cisco on Aug. 15th, is within range of
wireless communication with the isl
ands. According to late information
received at the local quartermaster
department the troopship should ar
rive here on or about Sunday morn
ing. The Logan is understood to be
well laden with military passengers.
The transport will be given quick dis
patch for San Francisco.
Among the passengers en route
from the Philippines to the coast is
included the following:
Captain Elvin R. Heiberg, Sixth
Cavalry (Major Philippine Scouts):
Hanson E. Ely, Infantry
Philippine Scouts); Captain
Mathew C. Butler, Jr., Seventh Caval
ry; Captain Charles C. Burt, Coast
Artillery (Quartermaster's depart"
menu; Capt. Philip Powers, Eighth
Infantry; Chaplain Simon M. Lutz.
Eighth Infantry; Lieut. Matthew Dem
mer. Philippine Scouts; Lieut. Albert
I. Kich, Third Infantry; Lieut. John!
r . lper. meaicai reserve corps;
Lieut. Warren E. Kerschner. medical
reserve corps. On board are eighteen
sick, thirty-five general prisoners, six
casuals of the line, nine of the staff
corps and departments.
Alexander & Baldwin. Ltd., receiv
ed the following cablegram from their
New York office this morning:
"Congress has adjourned with sugar
legislation deadlocked. This can be
reconsidered by conferees during next
'"Market strong, advance expected.
Next month's shipments from Cuba
offered with no change. Favorable I
weather in Europe."
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they are now hot on ihe trail of the
local memkrs of the daring ''opium
ring" whose activities have defied the
(that pretty soon somebody was going
, to be caught who would "squeal" on
the higher-ups and in the capture
of Chrones and the detention of the
Mongolia's officer, the customs meu
ihink thev have, found a lever to the
inside of the baffling opium smug
gling opei at ions here.
Arrests Close Together.
The two arrests were made thirty
minutes apart. Chrones was arrest
ed on the sidewalk in front of the
wharf bv Collector of Customs Stack
able and Customs Officer Medeiros
at eleven-thirty this morning. Thirty
minutes later, the customs
went aboard the Mongolia
rested the Fourth Assistant Engineer
who was in the engine room at the
. Both were taken to the office of.
Collector stackabie, wnere tney were
examined by the Collector and by
United States District Attorney
Breckons for possible information re
gardlng other members of the ring
"supposed to have been operating ex
tensively here for some time
Chrones was with former Chief of
Detectives Joe Leal at the time of his
Arrest. Leal says he himself was
standing on the sidewalk waiting or
a street car when he was accosted
by Chrones. Just as they greeted
each other, Chfones declares that Me-
cleiros and Stackable stepped up and
placed Chrones under arrest.
Leal tO Step
vl4 WUm s tuvu v w
A c 0t wm, h -frii wa' nmn-
lianled the officers and Chrones to
UanW the officers
collector' Stackanle's office, where
told! ail he knew and it is said
was, exonerated from any complicity f
in the atte m'pted smuggling.
iiA rumor .circulated around town
later in the day that .Leal was in the
employ of the Federal authorities in
them to round up the mug
- Asa -resql of disclosures alleged to N0eajatr-tTe-44spateher. lot Kauai
have been made by Cbronesandlan.p0-rt at five o'cloefc-his evening,
tavestigation, midertakenbnhe xus- The Mongoiiat departing for' the
toms, officials, soon .after the Mongo- Coast at noon today carid a quan-
lia ; arrived, in .. port, yesterday, . the tity of preservei pineapples-destined
fpurthaasistnt engineer on the steam- for many pont8 throughout the
er was taken off the boat just before jjgj states,
salllhg time at noon ahd"taken to the Tne 8teame; w G Hal, an arrival
office of the coUector of customs, frQm Rauai portg tnig moraIng is
WfJe ?ue 13 M 4o ing loaded with cargo preparatory-to
The tnery of the authorities is that J 0Q & return trf tQ, tbe Qarden
Chrones Went op board the steamer tomorrow evening. " ; , '
earlier in the morning and. as he was tfttW.faif .omir.V jin
. mirrvlne a satJchel. easily nassed as a
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O V S, . S,
by the postal officials last week, sus
picion pointed to an accomplice iff
Nagasaki, one here apd another one
in San Francisco. The Mongolia
touched at Nagasaki shortly before the
mail bag of opium was sent from
there; with the arrival of the Mongo
lia, two arrests have been made, its
fourtn engineer and Chrones. a local
resident, and when the Manchuria ar
rives from San Francisco tomorrow,
it is said that more arrests will be
A moment before the opium sus
pect was arrested, Harbor Policeman
Carter and Lieut. Friedenhold of Fort
Shafter arrested Theodore Willard, an j
enlisted man, just as he was about to,
board the steamer for San Fran
Willard had borrowed an outfit Of
civilian clothes from a friend In the
city, in w hose room he is said tp have
hidden w hile waiting for sailing time.
U. S. District Afforney Breckons,
asked concerning Ideal's reported
statement that he has been working
under Breckons' instructions, replied:
"I mi ess Joe is mistaken. He was.
n-t a5kp1 t hp1n 11S anf! hp hasn't
Kpn eettinir anv instructions from me
T ArY't lrnrtu- n-hot Via aQa Hni n CT on
the dock at the time the arrest was
two warrants have been
Departing from San Francisco at
2:30 yesterday afternoon, the Oce-
anlcu steamship Sonoma now enroute
to the Islands is expected to arrive at
Honolulu early Monday morning.
This vessel will receive a prompt dis
patch for Pago Pago and Sydney.
A large general cargo destined for
Importers on the island of Hawaii is
reported to have sailed from San
Francisco on last Saturday in the
Matson Navigation steamer Enter
prise. i With lumber for Kaanapall, the4
1 American bark Albert Is reported
furrtl,0.t, ttio Inrol hronh nt ttio 'Mor.
The American schooner Alice
Cooke with lumber from Port Lud
low for Honolulu sailed from the
Sound port yesterday.
Mall dispatched for the mainland in
the Pacific Mail liner Nile on August
21st, is reported to have reached San
Franclsco ye8terday afternoon
Many tourists departed for the vol
cano in the Inter-Island flagship
Mauna Kea, sailing for the Big Isl
and at ten o'clock this morning.
Taking general cargQ including ex
nlnsivps. the Intern-Island steamer
Jereliant street. t?
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And We Have To Move With It !
Oil arid After
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Our New Perfectibii Broils
Is pleasing many wproen. It enables the Housewife to trcll
as well on the New Perfection Stove ai over a coal rev
It uses dl thh heat
It broth (oih sides at yice.
It doesn't smoke.
put trwuefc KM, . u 9a Aim. m.
,.UAnji.Ul.1;. . dtocJcton,Ci.
, San DWfo, Cl.
(Contlnned from Page i) -.
says' that Roosevelt, in an open letter
to Senator Clapp, chairman " of the in
vestigating committee,' .denies . the
stories of . the relations of Standard
D. Archbold, and challenged proof. The
Associated Press says also that Roose
velts-s&penletter denies the, alleged
statement olTSecretary, JCnox that
Roosevelt's campaign; contribution let-,
ters to Cortelyou were "written for
the record. ;-.:'.rw'
Thus it is that Secretary. Knox, on
his way toV Japan to .attend the Em
peror's funeral, has become involved
iiii a, political: sensation .'the -like ".of.
which hai not stirred the country for
counter-charges hurled over these
Standard Oil contributions in the 1801
campaign have apparently brought In
the name; of ' Secretary ;; Knox" as de
claring thai' Roosevelt's letters to. Cor-
e!you were "written .for; the" record."
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And el ceont yott artf Eubuv wuH lK
Oil COlvrCiGVi .
h U mch cooretueots all tBea yemr
round. -V h will Uk, brcj, tout tad to
jolt m weQ M a rejoUr coal .
Cook Book wkk rwrr Cok-Dok W
rrt to MfQM wdnt )cMkttaMuB
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HANSON To Mr. aad Mrs. Fn !
Hansen,; a on, August 2S, 1312, at
their" residence on vDijo Street. .
HAWAIIAN' LdOGE NO. 21, F.1A.M.'
THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL
meeting of Hawaiian Lodge' No. 21, r.
& A.' M.t at its lodgerooa, MaJ-::l2
Temple, corner of Hotel and ', A! i'. -1
ING.Atignst 23, 1912. at-7:S0 o'clock.
work ik second degri:::. .
Members t of Honolulu Lodc, Oce
anic Lodge' and all Visiting trrtLrta
are, fraternally Invited to attend,
v By order of the W. M.
-' ,-K.- R. G. WALLACE.
n :.-Jf -r.:K V; ' Socrcf iry.
vvv ertEAcocK & co ltd.
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