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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 4. 1012.
Captain Josselyn Not To Retire From
Captain W. I.. Jo-, no vii. tjio wi ll
known navigator, who .brought the
1-r.ik Ninianu around the horn on what
1e believed to he her last vovage, has
ro intention of retiring from t tie sea
according to statements made here.
C aptain Josselyn ijo contemplates
leaving Honolulu on or about the mid
c'h of ,the coming week tor the ma5n
land. He proposes to return to his
Lome near Boston, and wili soon enter
the merchant marine again as the low?
foj a life at sea holds for him too
many charms to he cast aside so easi
ly for a more quiescent existence on
"There is no reason for a 'man f
n. age in retiring from the sea." de
clared the iwpul'ir skipper, today. "I
have several good offers and prospects
In view upon my return to Boston ana
New York." Captain Josselyn admit
ted he might enter steam in place of
a sailing craft if the opportunity of
Tcred. Zealandia Will Not Be Crowded.
Cheering news to those intending
passengers who. desire to depart from
Honolulu lor the North Pacific coast
In the Canadian-Australian liner Zea
landia has reached this port in a mes
sage filed at Suva, which states that
the vessel, now euroute from Sydney,
via Auckland and . Fiji, will arrive
liore on next Tuesday with ample
room for all applicants for cabin
IransjKjrtation to t ho coast.
The Zealandia sailed, from Suva
yesterday. The vessel will be given
a quick, dispatch for Vancouver and
v Victoria. She will berth at the Ala
kea wharf w he e a small shipment of
Australian products will be dis
Interisland Sailings Today.
A delegation of touritts who recent
ly arrived at the port were included
In the, large list of pasengers who de
parted for Hilo in 'the Interisland flag
ship Mauna Kea this morning. The
steamer carried a number who pro
pose visiting the volcano. A fair ship
r.itnt of freight was forwarded to the
LMg Island in the Mauna Kea.
The steamer Wailele, w i,th a full
. m .11 . 1 -Ji - Jt
cargo oi supplies ana mercaancme lor
Hawaii, was dispatched shortly after
the noon hour today and will call at
Honokaa and Kukuihaele before re
turning to Honolulu with a consign
ment of sugar, and a deck load of cat
Expansion Sailed! For South Seas This
Morning. 1 - -Shortly
atter seven o'clock this
- morning the American schooner Ex
pansion' sailed for Tahiti, and South
American ports. This vesel has been
under repairs at the port of Honolulu
since the middle of August. During
the stay here, the Expansion went on
the local marine railway where injury
to then Qttom of the vesel was repair
ed The vesel was recaulked and re
painted and placed in first class trim
for th voyage to the south seas. Tne
' Expansion will proceed to Tahiti,
j there to reload the cargo of lumber,
wnich Is destined for Sou,th America.
Makura May Bring Many Passengers.
According to advices received
the agency of T. H. Davies & Com
pany, the Canadian Australian liner
Makura is to sail from Victoria and
Vancouver with a record list of cabin
and second class passengers. That
a goodly percentage of this list of
travelers will stop off at "Honolulu Is
predicted. The Makura is due to ar
rive here on or about next Wednes
day morning.. The vessel is to receive
a prompt dispatch for Fiji, Auckland
Claudine Bucked Heavy Weather. j
Bucking strong head winds, aud
heavy seas on the return voyage, the
Inter-Island steamer Claudine is back
Irom her regular run to Hawaii and
the Maui ports. The voyage is char
acterized as exceedingly rough. The
vessel brought 24 cords slab wood,
20 cords firewood, a quantity of
empty bottles. 25 bales hides, 14 hogs
and 204 packages sundries. A large
list of cabin and deck passengers ar
rived in the vessel. '
8teamer Hall Back With Sugar. '
With sugar to the amount of 5304
sacks gathered at Kauai ports, the
Inter-Island steamer W. G. Hall was
an arrival- at the iort this morning.
The Hall Is reported to have met with
rough weather, a strong easterly by
north wind blowing during the great
er part of the voyage. In addition to
sugar, the vessel brought consign
ments of fruits and sundries. !
Nuuanu Taking On Balalst.
Destined for Puget Sound, or the
Columbia river, the bark Nuuanu has
today received the first of the neves-
srry ballast with which to trim ship.
The Nuuanu is expected will be dis
patched for tne wes,t coast ot the
United States under the command of
Captain Kitchen on or about the last
ol this week.
llilonlan Away for Fort Allen This ;
The Matson Navigation freighter
Hilonian will be dispatched for Port
Allen and the regular island iorts of
call this evening. The vessel has
much cargo and lumber for discharge
at island points before a shipment of
sugar for San Francisco can be load
OGc King Street, epp Union Grill
Little or no damage was done the
j Aiarson .avigauon steamer iinoman.
now at this port, through a collision
with the freight steamer Edith, which
occurred during a dense fog, while
the vet-sd lay at Tacorna, taking on
cargo destined for Honolulu.
T he steamer Edith is reported to
have lammed the Hilonian at the
I la! four dock. The Hilonian is said
io not have been harmed and the
Edith hacked off and slowly disap
peared in the fog.
Oceanic Officials In
Vice President F.
S. Samuels, and
of the Oceanic
steamship line are through passengers
in the liner Ventura from Sydney, by
the way of Pago Pago, which vessel
is due to arrive at Honolulu early to
The Ventura was 610 miles off part
at eight o'e lock last night. Ac cording
t. a late wireless, the vessel has 19
c;i bin 11 second class and ." steerage
passengers. Seventy eight tons cargo
is destined for landing at Honolulu C.
Brewer & Company the lo?al agents
expect to dispatch the Ventura for
i?an Francisco at five o'clock in tue
Kibling Reports on Hilo Shipping.
Purser Charles Kibling, of the In
tor-Island steamer Claudine reported
the Matson Navigation steamer En
terprise, the American schooners A.
F. Coates and the E. K. Wood at Hilo.
These vessels are being discharged
of cargoes of lumber and general
merchandise, while the Matson
steam Navigation steamer will be
given a shipment of sugar before be
ing dispatched for San Francisco.
The schooner Robert It. Hind was re
ported at Kahului, where a consign
ment of lumber is being discharged
Hand Played as Lurllne Sailed.
The Royal Hawaiian band played a
pleasing serenade as the Matson Nav
igation steamer Lurline cleared her
wharf for San Francisco last evening,
taking 47 cabin and 14 steerage pas
sengers. The Lurline sailed from
Hackfeld wharf, with a cargo made up
of extensive shipments of sugar, 32.
000 cases of preserved pineapples and
a quantity of sundries.
. The Lurline was given a later mail
for the mainland.
T PASSENGERS AREITED )
. ; ,
Per U. S. A. T. Logan, from Ma
nila by the way of Nagasaki, Japan,
Sept. 4. For Honolulu: Mrs. Ira Fre
dendall, E. H. Farrow, Mrs. Farrow,
Lt.'O.'H. Allen.'R. J. Finn, Mrs. Finn,
Mrs. S. C. Weltner, S. Solberg, Cap
tain L. C. Drewson, C. D. Goacii, G.
P. Kearney, M. W. Lazansky, J: B.
Morton, T. D. Jenkins. Through to
San Francisco: Major E. R. Nie-.
berg, Mrs. E..R. Nieberg and son, Ma
jor M. C. Butler, Mrs. M. C. Butler
and son, 1st Lieut. A..T. Rich, Mrs.
A. T. Rich, 1st Lieut. W. B. Kerch
ner, Mrs. W. B. Kerchner, Major H.
N. Ely, Mrs. H. N. Ely and 3 sons,
Capt. Philip Powers, Capt. C. C.
Burt, Chaplain S. M. Lutz, Mrs. S. M.
Lutz and son, 1st Lieut. J. F, Loop
er, Mrs.-J. F. Looper, R. E. Ames.
Mrs. R. E. Ames and son, H. C. Pratt,
Mrs. J. C. Van de Carr, J. J. Ros
enthal!, Mrs. J. J. Rosenthall, Geo.
Stuckert, Mrs. Geo. 'Stuckert and two
daughters "and two daughters, Paul
Wulff, F. E. Clerk, C. W. Rupp, Mrs,
C. W. Rupp and daughter, H. C. Ros
enberg, J. J. Cassldy, F. F. Gileelyj
H. T. Stancliff, P. P. Relty, W. F.
Harahan, I. Thorman, J. B. Thomp
son, Mrs. O. H. Coble, Mrs. H. Hob
son and daughter, Mrs. Percy Moore,
Mrs. H. V. Brown, 1st Lieut. L. D.
Atkins, 2nd Lieut. A. J. Converse,
Mrs. J. R. White, Mrs. J. R. Young
blood, H. J. Young, J. C. de Sousa.'
J. F. Merrifield, Miss Mary H . Fee,
J. II . McQuerry, Mrs. .1. B. Morton,
Ms. m. V. Lawansky.
Per stmr. Claudine from Hawaii and
Maui ports. Rev. H. N. Cullen. H.
Cullen, E. H. Wodehouse. Miss E.
Chalmers, Miss A. Chalmers. Miss E.!
Wood, M. Cooper, F. V. Marcial, W.;
A. Anderson, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Ka
leo. H. Kanolouko, H. Riedel. Miss
Ccoke. M. J. Moore, R. C. Bleckshear;
.1. A. Yhitton, Jno. Carrillo, Miss R.
Carrilo, Miss Wodehouse, Miss J. M.
Pierce, Gordon Brown, Donald Brown,
Elerozier, Mrs. PraU, Miss S. Pratt,
Mis O. H. Rotinson. W. Starbird, C.
Freitas, Mrs. Freitas. Sing Shu, E. J.
Smythe. Mrs. Smythe rtu Yon. F.
Took, J. F. Carrei, M. Kuguya. Mrs.
Healey, J. W. Cunningham. Mrs. Cun
rlngham, Mrs. W. Howard. W. VThit-
ford. Tan Hoy. Mrs. Kaleo. W. F. Ro
binson, "Mrs. J. K. Cornwell. Miss A.
Corn well. Mrs. Taplm. F. E. Harvey,
Mrs. Harvey. L. P. George. R. C.
Searle, H. Matsuo. S. Ezera. 80 deck.
Per stmr. W. G. Hall from Kauai
ports. C. N. Spitz. Miss M. Neil, Mrs.
J. H. Armstrong, Miss M. Smith, Miss
A. Merrill. F. Muir. Miss Kaeo. Mrs.
Kaeo. Miss G. Auerbach, Sam Wong.
H. Raphael. W. W. Taylor, Miss B.
Hurdley. S. Hong. S. Ferreira. R. H.
Whittington. G. Otani. Miss M. Ander
son, Mr. land Mrs. Broadbart, Leslie
WishardJ Mrs. J. K Gandall, A. Haris.
The steamer W. G. Hall, an jc. rival
from Kauai ports this morning, is be
ing supplied with general cargo pre
paratory to sailing for regular (Jnrden
Island ports at ." o'clock tonoi row
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l;tst quarter of the, moon Sept 4th. J
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchant'
Wednoday. Sept. 4.
SAUNA C'Rl'Z Sailed. Sept. 4. S.
S. Arizonan, for San Diego.
Arrived. Sept. 4. S. S. Virginian,
from Hilo, Aug. UK
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived. Sept. 4,
bk. Andrew Welch, hence Aug. 7.
Sailed, Septfl 4. 12:."0 p. m.. S. S.
Honolulan. for Honolulu.
Arrived, Sept. 3. 4 p. m., S. S. Mon
golia, hence Aug. 2"j.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Sept. 2. S. S.
Tenyo Maru, for Honolulu.
S. S. VENTURA Will dock at Ala
kea wharf from Sydney early Fri
day morning with 19 cabin passen
gers. S. S. CHIYO MARU Will dock at
Alakea wha,rf early Friday morning
from Yokohama and sail for San
Francisco. 5 p. m.
U. S. A. T. LOGAN sails for San
Francisco Thursday, 5 p. mJ : ' a
The Associated Oil tanker Rose
crans, which has made more or less
regular voyages to Honolulu and Ha
waiian ports for the past several
years, has been totally destroyed
through fire which on August 2?th
I burned that vessel to the waters
edge while lying at the wharf at Ga
viota, where a shipment of fuel Oil
was being pumped into her tanks
destined for Redondo.
Through an explosion the vessel
took fire. , Captain Johnson and his
crew were'at supper at the time and!
rushed into boats wnen tney saw
flames, shooting up from the hatches.
The Rosecrans, besides being one
of the most ill-fated of the Associat
ed Oil Company's tank fleet, was a
ship of eventful .history.'
In the twenty-nine years that she
sailed the sea her decks were mark
ed by a number of sinister souvenirs,
and when she went on the rocks of
Gaviota last March 12 and two lives
were lost, her crew came to the con
clusion that she was hopelessly hoo
It was aboard the Rosecrans that
the man who informed upon the au
thors of the Phoenix Park murders in
Dublin was slain when the steamer
bore the name of the Methven Castle.
The Rosecrans saw service under
the British and American flags, and
was a transport for the United States
Government during tne bpanisn
The Rosecrans was launched early
in 1S83 at Glasgow, Scotland.
The vessel .was acquired by the
United States government at the out
break of the Spanish-American war.
and placed in the army transport set
vice under the name of the Rose
crans. after General Rosecrans of
Civil War fame.
Passengers on the transport Logan
have plenty of elbow room this trift,
for, besides the undesirable citizens
who are being deported from the Phil-
tnniniic thero t nnlv n ' handful of i
HIV " ' . ' J -
officers, causals and discharges aboard
Major Elvin R. Seiberg, a cavalry
officer now with tne Philippine Scouts,
is the senior line officer aboard, nd
consequently in command.
Following is the Hit of officers trav-1
eling to the states, together with a
number ot- men in each class:
Maj. Elvin R. Seiberg. Philippine
Scouts, commanding: Maj. H. E. Ely.
P. S., Capt. M. C, Butler. Capt. Charles
C. Butt. Capt. Philip Powers. Chaplain
S M. Lutz. Lieutenants M. Demmen.
P S.; A. T. Rich. J. F. Leeper, W. K !
Kershner. M. R. C. -,
Sick 18; general prisoners. 35; cas
als, line 6, staff corps and department
0. For discharge: Infantry. 44;21?n
Irfrantry. 19; Cavalry. 17: Coast 12;
Field Artillery, 11; Engineers. 3.
Cabled orders received within the j
pr.st few days have kept a number of j
scnoneia omcers uu jump, pit-
paring to travel on short notice to the
Coast on the Logan, to attend the
School of Musketry, at Monterey.
The officers chosen are: Lieutenants
C, C. Pncker and Jesse M. Ladd. Fir?t
Infantry. Lientenants G M. Holloran
and Fred Cook. Second Infantry: Can-
tain H. O. Willard and Lieutenant
John Winter. Fifth Cavalry. Lienten-
an' ooK tetr in tne August rransporr.
Captain Albert T Faulkner, former
ly of the First Field Artillery trUh
station at Sehofield Barracks, but now
on leave, has effected i transfer with
Captain James U. Bryson. of
Fourth Field Artillery. The latter offi
cer is expected to join his new regi
ment here in the near future.
Sailing from Honoluli on August
2"th the British stenmsiii S.itnt Hil
da is reported to have ani.ed at No
vo. Cal.. on Monday.
A ill lis
Mayor Ft rn yesterday affrnnon
signed tie ordinance ant tioiiznm the
bc;rd ;t super i"i's to hire another
clerk. This ordinaii' e. which was op
pesed l-y lora! ha-iii-'s.-nn n and a
minority of three in the board of su
pervisors itseif, is avowedly the first
step in the establishment of a munici
pal paper. The supr isors who
jammed it through say they will try
to get the next legislature to make
provihion for a municial paper.
When asked this morning as to -his
reasons for signing the bill despite the
opposition. Mayor' Fern said that if the
next board doesn't want the clerk, it
can get rid of him. as it is not bpund
by the acts of the preseut board.
The majority of the board which in
sisted on the' enactment of the meas
ure has been openly charged with try
ing to secure an official publication
as a political maneuver. Arnold. Low
and Dwight voted against the ordi
nance and there was some hope that
the mayor would veto it, as he ex
pressed an opinion only a few days
ago that the bill is "a bad thing' but
he disposed of doubt as to his real at
titude yesterday by signing the bill.
(Continued from F-age 1)
is that power can be secured from the
rnaval power plant now being install
ed. This will have a capacity of 2000
h.p., and the 270 h.p. represented by
200 kilowatts, can be given without
w Law on Wireless.
With the news that Oahu is to be
one of the leaders of the world in
wireless, comes a copy of a congres
sional act passed August 13, which
regulates the operation of wireless by
commercial companies. Under the
new law, which becomes effective four
months from date of passage, com-
I mercial concerns must not transmit
messages during the first fifteen min
utes of each hour, local time, where
there is any conflict between them
and the government stations,
In Honolulu at the present
there'is an Informal agreement giving
the navy' station half of each hour and
the commercial -concerns the other
half, but this has not proved entirely
satisfactory. Since the powerful Poul
sen system was installed, the weaker
navy plant has had considerable dif
ficulty in getting messages through
even when the former station was re
ceiving, and .has been put completely
out of commission when the other out
fit was sending messages. The act
above referred to goes into the contin
gencies in detail.. and is designed to
prevent interference with government
I work. When the Pearl Harbor station
is working, .though, the navy will have
the "superiority of fire," and will be
able to 'work without fear of inter
ruption from any other station or
(Continued Irom Pag 1)
in this Territory by a single corpor
ation. There is a possibility of the forma
tion of a new sugar plantation by the
companies named in a partnership
like that of the Maui Agricultural
Co., which handles the operations of
five corporations on Maui.
May Mean Plantations.
Mr. Swanzy, attorney in fact of the
grantor in these land deals, was ask
ed today if the recording of the deeds
signified the starting of a new plan
tation. He replied:
"The companies in question are
thus far merely land companies. They
have passed the(first anniversary of
"As to the starting of a plantation,
that depends on many things, such as
the. labor question, the price of sugar,
eX Kaeleku plantation is already
using some of the lands."
Hamoa was one of the older Maui
plantations, adjoining Hana plantation
now. for several years past, Kaeleku
Sugar Co.'s plantation. The ruins of
Hamoa sugar mill are still visible to
the 'traveler along the Hana ocean
Distribution of Land.
Mrs. Grinbaum's grant to Hamoa
Agricultural Co. comprises twelve
distinct parcels and interests, aggre
gating 543. 81 acres, and th price is
To Kawaipapa Agricultural Co. go
twenty-six parcels and interpsts aggre
gating 559.59 acres. ' roods and 2
perches, the consideration being $11,
10.. Haneoo Agricultural Co.'s purchase
comprises thirteen parcels and inter
ests, containing a total of 944.9:5
acres, and the pric-p is $lSeo.
Honomaele Asn:cuitural Co. be
comes Ftized of si. parcels ana inter
ests, the lurgest being ten-tw eltths
of . 9:oo acres and the aggregate of
all SS17." acres, for a consideration
The total acreage passing in these
deeds is a fraction over i'91u acres,
and the total of prices is $5S.ooo.
BY SIGNING BILL
NAVY TO GET
3,000 ACRES ON
VOYAGE OF JUNK NINGPO ACROSS s
t r it
Following a succession of misfor
tunes, thp attempt to sail the gallant
: old Chinese war j:ink. Ningpo. across
'the Pa ific from Shanghai to Los An
, L'eies. Calif., has been abandoned, ac
cording " to uie announcement made
at Honolulu this morning on the ar
rival of the Toyo Kisen Kaisha liner
Officers in the .Japanese steamer,
which has .completed a rather stormy
passage from the China and Japan
'coasts state that tlu war junk Ningpo
was obliged to put into Woosung. the
; liver port, some sixteen miles down
the Wangpo river from Shanghai,
j At the time the Nippon Maru call
led at Woosung. the venerable junk
! was laying at the outer anchorage.
much tiie worse for her series of en
! counters with the elements. An ex
amination made at the instance of
J Captain Scurf, master of the Chinese
j craft, disclosed the fact that the
I Ningpo was in no condition to with
stand a possible long passage
'through heavy seas and strong gales
prevailing at this season of the year
off the China coast.
I The refusal 'of the picked cre' to
further work the junk is declared this
morning by officers in the Nippon
Maru as the direct cause of the aban-
i donment of a trip which is believed
would, have been frought with much
hardship if not loss of life.
From the moment that the junk
left Shanghai and shaped a course
for the Korean strait, with the main
sail three-quarters hoisted, she was
compelled to beat, the strong tides
precluding progress until, at day
light on the following morning, she
found herself still alongside the Fair
way buoy. Again the wind haulea
to S.S.E. and with fine weather the
junk once - more stood out to sea,
heading this time for Van Diemans
Strait. During that day & moderate
swell commenced to roll in from the
southeast, which increased toward
nightfall when it was found that the
fore and mainmasts were working
dangerously at the chocks and the
crew was obliged to take in the
i loresail and close reef ,the main in
order to lessen tae strain on tne part
ners. As the night wore on the swell
increased, though at no time was
there a really heavy sea, jmd the
ship, which had been straining' badly,
I In accordance with a certain order
"According to a report made by Mo- j made by the Hpnorable Wm. L. Whit
torcycle Officer Chilton, Hack 141, tney, Second 'Judge of the Circuit
owned by Ah Chuck, and Auto 918, j Court, of the First Circuit, Territory
A. P. McDonald driver, collided yes-1 of Hawaii, on the 29th day of Au-
teraay anernoon on King sireei, as a
resnu oi waicn uoia vemcies were
damaged. Chilton reports that the
auto skidded some distance. The auto
! is said to have been going westward
oh 'King street and the hack' eastward
when the accident happened' near
Richards. Mr. McDonald declined to
make aJsUtemeht joiy the fmter this
afternoon;!. SvjL ! I It
mi- i .
(.Continues from' Page 1)
'. i t i i '
BARS 1 w
boring barrios in northern "Luzon terest of Baid minor,, being an undi-, March 30. 1899, recorded in Liber 191.
that lie adjacent to army Vosts, pros- .one-eighth interest in and to all -page 213. I , ;
ecuted some months ago, brought la,?d sitted in ,th,? Territory of l- Land at Peleknnu. Island of Mo
aboirt -the arrest of a large delega-. Hawai1' described as follows: , jokai, County of Maui, described In
tion of Americans and those of other!
1 1. A-
nationalities who had been engaged "u,u- f ir"" I'eni containing an area -eh & acres,
in1 Questionable lines of business As Award 64d0 to Kaumohua for Moeho- i2 roods, 10 perches, c6nveyed to Clar
in questionable lines 01 ps neas as conveyed to C. E. Cummines by . iKHa k r,,minM h nf T. ..ft.
tne iterators or mma pigs, speaK- , - , . : --
" rromhlitKT 1nint anrl dailfP ' ' vuu.uiiu6o uau uv, nwi v-
.. . flffll nr I TT m m 1 TI Vlk nRIPfl .IIIIV I I'umnilnivr Hit r,t Inlv 711 MKnM.
.these characters were given ' eum uoer i, - f t
""'"""'- J"-"'" 1V01 l f IK Vi n rr ' . . ,. . .... f r
tn dpeamti Failure to obev- auu wm.i wuaJUa, 10-
p VVitnmancr rpsulted in the arrest " u ai u "UAOU,:o tuul"lu ' 'ana ana vouniy 01 mkui, convey vu
f' nnlv a small nercentage of those fe 1 . 1 ' 10 vvmiam it. cummings oy ueea oi
I only a small pcrcencage 01 most nort on of Anana 4. Award 450 J u "t onH ifo t.rahrn,rv
" i iTL , v 4 ' conve'ed to W. H. Cummings by deed
,f.ot Ihrougli M'L .1111(lM1ifa,lU.,0''KPle dated May 23. 18M, record -
, "A good man ot the undesirables . , , fh ..... .?p fi4
mipnlief thrnuirh tho meshes of thei
- 1 , v. , - r l,..
i. . . 1 1 2 '
,"' vlt'V ""'".said, containing an area of 4.2 acres. 21. Land at Lahainai aforesaid, de-
one officer of the Logan this morn-beng a part o Apaa t Grant 2924;3Cribed in Award 6408' Royal Patent
im5- . . . i to Richardson, conveyed to Clarissa i iv 23, conveyed to Clarissa E. Cum-
1 The Logan is to he disc harged o t K cummings by deed of James L 1 mings by deed of H. N, Isehberg daU
:si nundred tons coal taken on board DoW8ett dated August 1, 1893, record- ed December 6, 1894, recorded in Liber
m .NttKiisitM. .icii-du. 1 iic
will remain here until tomorrow even -
! ing nefore continuing on tne vovage,
ined at the,
to san r rancisco.
A delegation of local police
visited the hip and remaii
! naval wnan tnis morning unui sat
I tied that the contents of the Logan
-hrlg was secure as iock atiu nars 4i.;. j
i could make it. 5. Land at Kalihi aforesaid, con-,
1 One Death on Trip. taining an area of 3.43 acres, being
, One death occurred on the trip, .l.,the land described in Grant 2019, and
W. Urear, an employe of the Philip j conveyed to Mrs. C. E. Cummings by i
pine civil government having sue-1 deed of Keliikuloa dated March 4,
cumbed to heart failure on the even-:18bo, and recorded in Liber 152, page!
ing of August 3oth. The remainrfHJ-.
were embalmed and will be taken 10
( San Francisco, there to await dispo
sition by relatives.
While no regular
cn board, the troopship is bearing Zl.
steerage or troop quarters iassengers
army. 17 sick in hospital. "." military
convicts, a score of indigent citizens,
being deported from the islands. 7S
enlisted men from the navy, also sev
eral naval sick in hospital.
NEW PLEASANTON MANAGER.
The Pleasantcn familv and tourist
hotel has a
:,on of H.
iaien with experience from Atlantic
Ciry. N. and from extensive trav
els over the globe.
Taking general cargo ;tml ; later
mail, the Inter-island steam-.- Wai
lele was dispatched for l!ono!a: and
Kukuihele at noon today.
new manager in the per- a. 1'"4 to Kahola. and being a portion
I. Pinchon. who fomes'of the land conveyed to V. H. Cum-'
lonmii'iKvil to make water rapidly.!
three feet having accumulated in thej
wells during eight hours. - The chain
sling which supports the maincaff at
the mast head carried away owing tij
the ring having broken and the main-;
sail came down with a run. the heavy'
caff going overlmard with part of the'
sail. Efforts were made to get the.
spar inboard again, but a number ofj
he mcn still suffering from the ef-i
fects cf the motion and there beingj
sonv danger of the spar holing thej
hull. It was deemed advisable to cutj
a way the wreckage and the canvas)
was cut- away the wreckage and the
canvas was cut through at the third
reef and . the spar allowed to float
away. While this was being done.
u.e uiut'iiniHM, cu uicii nc alIn lioer page OJ.
was set at the time, went by the! 9. IJand on N. King Street, Hono
beard owing to the heavy rolling of luru aforesaid, being Apana 1, Royal
the ship, carrying away with it the Patent 122t. Award 93S conveyed to
lee side of the taffrail. -Clarissa E. Cummings by K. H. Ka
Captain Scurr. the master of the lekou by deed dated October 20. 1S33,
junk, was to have taken his depart-! recorded in Liber 141, page 455.
ure for Europe on a liner, to follow j 10. lnd In Palama. Honolulu
fhe Nippon Maru. It "was freely . aroresald, situated on the Ewa,. side
OiaiVU Ol- llOiif. IIOV. II... I1W I II I I 1 1 V 1
ftttemnt would be made to sail the'
venerable craft across the Pacific Six 1n . Block A and Lots Eight to
following the declaration of crew and; Twelve Inclusive of Block B of Emme
offieers In tlie Junk who approached ; luth Traa as shown in map of Robert
CaDtain Scurr. insisting that he nut
back to Shanghai. An examination
of the vessel was made when it was
discovered that she was badly strain
ed and making water rapidly; yield
in to the -Inevitable. Cantain Schurr!
decided to put back. The helm , was conveyed to William H. Cummings by
put up and under a close reefed fore I de?of John meluth dated AiiRUst
sail a course was shaped for the Fair-1 189y' recorded in Liber 19, page
way Buoy, where v she arrived after 3ui- :
working tidies up to Voosung, was 11. Land at Kanewal.. Manoa, Ho
towed up to Shanghai by the Shun- nolulu aforesaid, containing; an area
ytien, arriving at her berth at Gang-; ot 7.44 acres,-being the land. described
tsze-noo. Much sympathy will be lr Royal Patent 4972, Award 1748 to
felt for Captain Scurr that the sec-l
end attempt should not have been!
successful, but In the circumstances
it is admitted 'that the responsibil
ity of 19 lives on a craft of such age
Is too great a risk when it is required
to face the wild weather of the Pa
cific. On arrival at Shanghai the crew
were .paM ' off to avoid needless ex
pense, to her owner 'and two watch
men placed on board while the own
er was cabled to. find out what he
proposed to do with the "craft.
: GUARDIAN'S SALE. OF REAL ES
gust, a. D. 1912, in tne proceedings
- entiuea, "in re uuaraiansnip or nr -
nest cummings a minor, Petition ior
License to Sell Minor's Real Estate";;'
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tne real estate oeiongmg to earn
minor, and more particularly herein -
after described, Will' be sold at public
I auction to the highest bidder at the j
auction rooms of Jas .P. Morgan Co.,'
L.rn.. IlOnOiniU. on
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1912,
at 12 o'clock noon of said-day.
Terms: Cash in United 'States gold j is. Land at Kamoiliill, Honolulu
j coin; deeds at the expense of the aforesaid, described ih Apana 1, "Award
1 purchaser. 1 1275, Royal Patent 1 4634, containing
j The property to be sold as aforesaid ' five lots, being a portion of land con
: consists of, all the right, title and in-iveed to W. H. Cummings b deed of
aml at Mokauea, Kalini. Hono-
Land at Kaluaauau, Kallhi afore-
1 " r - - -r - - - , a v ssa. nnv uuvvu ' m j
e(1 ,n ijIOer 141, page 352. "152 page 259
, 4 Land at Keonepanee, Kalihi' 22. Land at Puako, tahalna afore-
aforesaid, containing an area of 7.69
muirooiu, uuioiuiiig an a in a ui i.vj'saia, aescnoea in Apana Awaru
acres, being Apanas 1 and 2 of Grant 5483, Royal Patent 6777, containing
2921 to Joseph Silva and conveyed to' 27 rods, conveyed to Clarissa E.
Clarissa E. Cummings by deed of Ade- mmmines bv. deed dated Jurte 5.
( na ('. widdifield dated March l,
1 1895, and recorded in Liber 152, page!
U. Premises at Kalihi aforesaid, de-
scribed in L. C. A. 10498, R. P. 3546,'
and conveyed to C. E. Cummings by '
iced of Lau Chong dated January 17,
laws, recoraeti in l.ioer ioj, page z.,t,:
tti 01 uruce waring "-
lAtser lo4, page JOS, and conveyed to
V. H. Cummings by deed of V. C.
Achi dated January 30, 1891. and re -
corded in Liber 195, page 382.
7. Land on Kamehameha IV Road in
Kaluaopalena, Kalihi aforesaid, known
as Lots Three. Four. Fifteen. Sixteen.
Seventeen and Eighteen of premises
j described in Royal Patent 681. L. C.
1 -I.... t " . I 1 . . - 1 L 1 ;
mings by William ('. Achi by deeds '
ctatcd January lit. 1S!9. and March 21,'
1S!)C4. and recorded in Liber 191, page .
1, aud 194, page 5:. I
s. Land at Kalihi aforesaid, de-,
scribed in Award S.r F. L.. Royal Pat-
ent L't7t; couveyeil to W. H. Cum
mings bv deol of Andre Antone De
of Constipation A
j Cm quickly b orttcem fcy V
1 r ADTroc i rrn r "XV
UYR PILLS. :y vXTV
ct surdr ud
geady oa torn
3B FSB. 3II DM,'!.ia FVW.
Genuine Ur Bignature 1
Cruz dated January 6,1898, recorded
"'f - mwrmm- - ' ' -
known as Lots Two. Four. Five and
W. Wilcox on file In the Circuit Court
of the First Circuit in suit of Lylo
A. Dickey vs. William C Cummings,' et
al.. Equity No. 1185 being a portion
of the land described in Royal Iatcnt
Award 4034 tp R. (1. Davis and
vnv. wnveyea io w. ii. tumroinss uj
deed of D. ; Pihl dated r October -19.
1899, recorded In Liber 200, page 150.
a. An unaiviaea one-nna inieresw
in Grant 3693 to Kaluawaa,- Manoa,
.13. Land at Kapaakea, WalkiW.
Honolulu aforesaid, conveyed to Wil
4 A A. !. . mt m. t M A A
liam H. Cummings by ded of Samuel
M. Kaaukai and Jane C.'Kaaukal dat
ed January 13,' 1S93, recorded In Liber
177, pae 98, being a portion, of prem
ises described in. Apana 4, Royal lat
ent 3829. Royal Patent 6658, Award
1272 to Mauele. - "
14. Land at Kiki. Kamollllli. Ho
nolulu aforesaid,' conveyed : to W. H.
Cummings by deed " dated April 27,
1898, recorded in Liber 177,' page 436,
containing 1.10 a'ctes, being part- of
Award 1360, Royil '. Patent 720.
15. Four lots containing an area of
3.53 acres at W'alaka, Waikiki Hono
lulu aforesaid, being ; a "pbrtion of
Award '9001.Roykl Patent S4184. de
scribed In deed to :W: H. Cumminga
daed January 291 : 1898, " recorded In
Liber 176. page- 2(J8. ' - v : .
16. Land at Piliamoo, Walkikl, Ho
nolulu aforesaid, ' Containing 1 an - area
: 0f 3.38 acres beini a portion "of land
, described in Award ' 1274 Royal Pat-
lent '4932, 'and the same land conveyed
to W H Cumminfia
by deed dated Oo
tober 9. 1897. recoked in Liber 173,
j '17 Land at Mai
MIL 'Honolulu aforeiald. dMcrihed in
Award 5240, Award 5364, Royal Patent
357 containing an alrea of three acres.
I omvovoH tn W ll f!nmmlnni hv rioArf
0f Akiune dated Aigust 6, 1898, re
corded in; Liber 183,? page 300.
Royal Patent 5549. Award 6556 to.
f 10, 1899, recorded In Liber ,189. page
'344, being part of the iland described
, a PAVQ, Pallon, 0 Anr.
laa 11 uuu a w j a a u kvu w 4 v wi
rKoi,i Hpsrrfid in Anna 4 Award
ik'Jl, recorded in Liber 133, page
'Z. Land at Kaupo. Maui aforesj
described in Apana 1, Royal Patent
ijo)."!. conveyed to Clarissa E. Cum-
mins by deed dated October 27. 18D1,
recorded in Liber 133. page 257. ' -
Dated, Honolulu, September ' 4, A.
rj. 1912. - 1 '
j ALFRED MAGOON,
Guardian of Ernest Cummings, a
Minor. ' .
For further particulars apply to Noa
v. Aiuli. attorney for J. Alfred Ma-
gooUt guardian. Magoon Building, cor-
ncr of Alakea and Merchant, Streets.
1 SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. Sent. 3.
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I vious quotation, 4.23 cents. Beets:-88
1 nnalvsia lis fid. Parifv 4 43 rpnts.
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