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HONOLULU STAlt-BULLETIKf THURSDAY, 6EPT. 5, 1012.
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TO SUGAil FLEET; IFf;TiiE PACIFIC
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A.eTentli large freight steamer as
been added to the -Pacific fleet' operr
ated.bx.the American-Hawaiian line
which will insure a ten-day service
over the ; triangular route In which
Honolulu . and , the Hawaiian, Island
ports are. important terminals.
,' General Freight Agent C P. Morse
has made the announcement that the
big freighter Texan, a vessel, of the
latest type of cargo carrier, and one
that at present holds two long-distance
steaming records between) the Atlan
tic i and; Pacific ports,; has been in
cluded the list of steamers selected
to asEiet In. the carrying of sugar and
other cargoes from the Hawaiian Is
lands, to the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.
. The sugar season - of will in
American-Hawaiian -circles. open with
the sailing of the steamship Arizonan
from- HIlo. for. Salina Cruz on Decem
ber 2V , The .Ari2onanrWlll be folio Wf
ed every ten days by a freighter of
similar tonnage, including the Virgin'
, lah, Missourlan, Mexican, Columbian,
Alaskan and Texan. Tbe extra vessel
is. placed on the Pacific route to
met the constantly-Increasing . de
mand for. more tonnage to carry away
the products of ,the, Islands. ";.,,
The pineapple .season, soon to close,
has f howed3that increased cargo space
is reaulred '"in order to insure a regu
lar shlrr.tnt.. of . the. product i to the.
United States ; as well as the Continent
and 'the United Kingdom. ,
; The new-Texan that will come Into
the Tacilio within a few.xpeks i's One
cf t!;e' fastest vessels in the American-j
Hawaiian service. This freighter holds
a. record. for a continuous passage be
tween . Tacorna, "Wash., and ; Philadel-,
ft'.vi., the vessel having covered 14,086
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TV r TfTin ? ihn Amrrlran-lTawal-
ir- Wtcr.shlp-thafal3 covered the
dl'tace cf I3.U9 miles ' from- New
Vtrk to an Tranclsco in 47 .days 8
'hcs Z2 xrilnutes, .
''fhe rrrilctlch is now made that the
5tk-r lectors Company has decided to
enter into charter-with but two sail - .
In- vessels for the coming season. The
Jciin Ena ahd Edward Sewall are men-
ticned as the sallinfe vessels selected
to make the round-the-Horn trip.
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U'rli-.'s fret!n:: V.'lth Head .Ceas ,
NaviL.in steamer Tnis vessel nasa recora cargo 01 ouo,-
from Honolulu foi4CS-feet of lumber for. the Islands.- ;
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San Francisco on Tuesday evening Is
meeting: with head seas according to
a --Wireless i. report ; i received ' at the
agency of Castle & Cooke, today. ; j
...Another wireless gives detaib of
the movements of the Japanese liner
Chiyo Mam as follows; , Iw K. S.
S. .Chlyo Maru,.en route from. San
Francisco, -i September. 4. Will arrive
Jp Honolulu harbor Friday ,, at day
light sailing the same evening; on
board are 1 1 24 first ,cabln and 102 sec
ond cabin passengers and 13
atlps."' V . .... - y
Wiihelmlna for Hllo This Evening. :
- Taking ' a fair list of passengers,
many intending' to pay a visit to the
shrine of, Pel at JUlauea, the Matson
Navigation steamship Wilhelmlna, la
expected to sail for the Big Island at
5 1 o'clock this evening. The Wilhel-mina-carries
eighteen hundred tons of
mainland cargo, for discharge at the
Hawili port. The Wllhelmlna'.will, It
Is . expected, return- to Honolulu . on
Sunday morning and depart for; the
Coast, next Wednesday,; carrying a full
cargo, of. sugar and preserved pine-apples.-
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American-Hawaiian; Movements. '-
General Freight Agent C. P. 'Morse,
representing the American-Hawaiian
line at . this port, has : been advised
that the'steamship Alaskan Is sched
uled, to safl from Seattle on ' or about
September 12, followed by the Vir
ginian on. October 4 and the, Mexican
on October-26. "r ''-.; :v; -r;
- These vesfels are expected to leave
the Islands with large consignments
of sugar and preserved pineapples.
Hair Departs for Garden Island. .
Taking a general cargo made up oi
lines of fertilizer, lumber and supplies j
for Garden Island, sugar plantations,
the Inter-Island steamer Hall Isschedt
uled to sail at 5 o'clock this evening,
The Hall will carry: a fair list of
passengers and a late, mail for Kauai,
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Bark Allen Bringing Much Lumber.
Twenty-two days .from Grays Ha
bor, the American bark S.:C. Allen
i is on the way down from the Coast to
Honolulu and should arrive here any
'day, according to Allen & Robinson.
Now on exhibition
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Last quarter of the.moon -SepL 4th. j
VESSELS TO'-AMDi: " f
(Special Cable to: Kerchiati! .
',. Thursday Sept' 5, 1912.!: ,
GRAYS HARBOR-tsalled.' September
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. Makura for. Honolulu. . "
YOKOHAMA Arrived, September . 4
S. a China hence August 24. . ;
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Septem
ber 5, S. S. Alaskan from San Diego.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, September
5, 12 M. U.; aJMT.Thomasfor.Ho
. vttolulu., 'v:' ;- vVv ":.-.":'. yy:
Atrograms.-. ' ;''r:--j ?-p--"
S S. VENTURA arriving from Syd
ney. early, tomorrow (Friday) , r will
sail o p. m
S.s S, CHlTQ MARUArriying .frbm j
San Francisco early Friday will aail
" kghama early ; Friday will said for-
.Valparaiso. . '
Two; interlsland Steamers ake Port
Two InteTlsIand steamers- have
reached .port todays jThe:Halcr.8 Is. an
arrival from. Kawaihae, with 9C53 sackS
s'ujgdr,' 75 j head.eattle, ; .a'i numter of
empty -gasoline, drumsy and i ll ' pack
ages sundries. -: The- Helena, met with. ,
moderate trades and seaa on the home
ward . voyage,-. According jo report re
ce,ived.froin the olScers In the steamer
cqnElderatle :,-rainy, weather"- was ex
perienced, along the . Hamakua .coas.t-i
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Ncrwestan- Frelshter NowDue''
The Norwegian steamship, Promise,
wkb . a . full; shl r n ent, Of phosphate,
rock. frbn Makateo,Aladue to arrive
ati Honolulu... dRiJy.,acco.r.dIng to ad
vices received at the agency of T. H.
Da vies . and . Company, the local repre
sentatives for the vessel. The Promtee
Has been- substituted In -place', of the
Prometheus,, whlcb .vessel was .obliged
to return to Sydney. . S. W. for dock
ng and cleaning. . 1 ' ' - - v.y: ',
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Nllhau Dack FromKahiiluU vf v' f.1
i Returning from. Hawaii and. Maul
Pt.rts,. the Interisland .steamer Nllhau
trought 317 gasoline. drums, and a
number of packages of sundries.. The
vessel met" with" strong trade - winds
and moderate seas on ; the homeward
voyage..:-:; ; -' .,i : - ; : -:r-.
... .Pa . -'V..-; .
Usan To Sail .For The Coast This
Evening. ' t' :''' ' -
, Preparations are; berag: made for the
at .oun showroom
SeltStartersf '; sNicke
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n iTATsox,i2irnoTOaai; a
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a ; Edward M Watsen of the firm a
a of, Thompson, Watson,-. Wilder A a
a l.ymer,' who vas ; stricken.- with a
a paralysis while visiting in Wash- a
a Ington, D. CL, ' is Improving in a
a.bealth acrdln.toai cable, re-, a
a reived by the firm this morning , a
afwhich ls signed by Watson and a
a states furthermore that he ex- a
a "becia ta sail for. borne Sept- 25. - a V
dispatch of the .United - State, army
auaaaaa aaa aaaacsa a
Under the V i auspices of thfe. Em
ployes'. Benefit Association,: a - most
successful carmen'a 3 "smoker ' was
held : at the club -house of the Honch
lulu; Rapid Transit. r& 'Lanc Co. .last
evening i'S V s . :
j Tho-.dax crewa particlpited In : the
first; pari ; and spent - a most enjoy
able (; evening. Thenight men, who
have to, .turp ;tha.. night Into,: day:ar-:
rived about t midnight.': ' Supper - was
served by Mr.;Asch,,whOif waa. given a
vote: of . thanks -v. . "--'-; ' ;; . ;V .
' It 'Was - Intended to give a musical
program, rlut ; when .the first. number.
a violinv-solo, was announced, - two
policemen arrived and : asked. for ! the
chief engineer. v
It .afterwards transpired that s they
had comeat1 the request rof that of
ficial, to ask that the; annual concert
be, foregone out. oft conslderatiohi for
neighbors who might be disturbed by
music at that, hour.
Wbenjit Wasjunderstppd V; thatit
was, not a matter . 01. petty oniaQus
ness as at? first, thought,, but that the
request came, .solely, out of .regard for
othersthe meeting broke . up, no one
objecting .to . ther curtailment . of ; their
enjoyment; on thesje. grounds, ; -.
! Per U. p S. T Xogin for San
Francisco, .: Sept- &.rMrs. - Jdacomb,
Capt Carter and ; family, Lieut? NeaJ,
Lieut.. Doak, Lieut. S. .. Stewart v and
family, MrsHand Tand two ; children,
Lieut v Nay lor, ; Lieut 'Packer, Lieut
J. A. Ladd; Lieut . H. O. WiUiard,
Lieut J. G; Winter, ; Mr. and ? Mrs.
Pierce, Lieut lawley and famllyMrSi
Boutelle, Lieut George M. Halloran,
Clarke -. Fales, " Capt - McDougall," Mra.
and Miss Vans ; Agnew, Mrs.- Boiler
and 'family, MaJv WhoUey, Mrs.' Whol
ley Miss AVhoIley, Henry Milliard,
Miss Reeves, Chaplain Bell, Sergt. and
Mrs. Norris; Joseph Texelra' and fam
ily, Mrs.'. Mark: Michaels, Mrs. Botto. v
r Pec stmr.;W.v G. Hall, for Kauai,
Sept .5. Miss ruddy,-,Mlss:LDay.
tian3port LogV for -'San Francisco at
fire o'clock this evening, the troopship
to carry ;.a number of .'military, passen-
gers from the Ulands to the coast The
Logan is being'dlscharged "of six hun
dred tons coal, brought from Nagasaki
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Shed a tear for the Fifth Cavalry,
j The gallant Fifta; that has tbeen, on.
oahu JCTgercttan .anxtheanny or-r
ganiratton; the fighting , Fifth, that
bprcucedpolo .plajers.and dance
vrwira iia, equiw
that Pxoylded drills .and J diversion
for all Honolulu on more than one
occasion.- - 4 f :
a On second thoughtsahed many
fT .V ue "'V"8'!""' r"l , cboneW Barracks as the tase ofoue
it In theck, agata. ; FprIt s,backr the Vother- of theV armies, k Ecth
again to 4he- land-ofla monsters iamles wI1I fiave , all the' available
end; mescal for the friendly Fiftlv arms of the service infantry, caval-
split .up into small .detachments thea it Ja ualikely that the engineers '. will
nearly v four, years - in Hawaii, and be ordered . int0 the field And there
now back to the sagebrush, ma al- sienaI troop3 for use.v
most 100 innuman w oe reai. out Do;.
less aujereonage-tnan Major-oenerai;
Leonard Wood says It's so, and Con
gress to the contrary notwithstand
ing, what; General WopdC- says , about
the army Is very apto gQ. ;
'No. official order .deJated he sta
tion of the FIfth.fwben it .is relieved
here - by the Fou rth , -andr. sail s : awy
next : February .has .as, yet, been re
ceived, but yundrgroundwirelesy,?
that often ; reliable means, of ..commu
nication not mentioned in the. .signal
manual, brings theglo6mymes3ag8,
7 Ther Fifth wanteds badjy C to go tto
Fort ?than . Al le n', VU or, to Fprt Ogel
tborpe, Ga both of which are regi
mental posta.rYiJut '-General Wood, told
a cavalry officer, who,in - turn told an
officer of the Fifth, . who brought the
news back -to .Hawaii, y that ' he was
very . sorry but. the - only place..bpen
for: the Fifth; was: that 'dear xld El
Paso, Texasr and: FoTt, Huachqea; Ari
zona. - ; , ; . ;" ,,;." ;... -;;,. ,s';-.;-.;
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Dr. 3. S.i B. ' Pratt, president of the
Territorial, Board u? bfn Health,, will
leave on..September ..ll for Washington-
D. C, to represent Hawaii at the
International . Congress f of .. Hygiene
and Demography,.. whieh twill be held
September 22 to 25, Inclusive, and to
Inspect, the exhibit which will be , on
display. In -connection with -the; jcon
gress. ' This definite announcement,
anticipated ; by the , Star-EtfUetln sev
eral . days ago, was confirmed , by -Ter
ritorial Secretary. Mott-Snith . today. r
; The. financial part.of the-; trip h ? 1
been; f satls.f actprllyarrano ;'an cl n
Is "V considered; certain', that . Secretary ,
of ; the Interior. Fisher ; will endorse
the - trip, with the, stamp of,-hi3.,ap-:
proval.:. To the; scientific, represen
tatives of foreign, countries", Dr, Pratt ;
has: already, become ; known, asi an au-,
hority i on . hygiene.; and.i sanitation, '
and. Jn , addition to the information, he ,
wJlL acquire at'. the tapproachlng. Con
gress, ne .win prove r an xcei lent . ad
vertisement sfor. Hawaii. . ; ; .
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A - fair list t; passeiiers w ill d e
part fof the Oarden .Island in the Inter-Island
- steamer .. W. G.' Hall ; this
evening.-' V : J ..; ' . -
V It Ms, the present intentibi ; of ; C.
Brewer & Company to dis'patcfi the
Oceanic. liner Ventura, for -San Fran-
Cisco, at ;five o'clock' Friday; evening, i
"" The . Matson : Navigatloa ,; steam e r '
Wilhelraina Is scheduled V" to . depart
for -Hllo, direct at. five .o'clock. thi
evening, - taking ' a , fair,, list; of . cabin
passengers; ?yl$t--l .
. With A reneral .earco. a nnmhpr .of
passengers and a later , mainland mail,
the Matson,'.'; Navigation; 1 chartered,
steamer.; ; Honolulan . Is reported : to
have ; sailed from - San Francisco at !
12:30 yesterday, afternoon. .. : .
Castle : & Cooke, local representa
tlyes for theToyo Klsen Kalsha,. are
in receipt of advice announcing the
departure of ;;the- liner Tenyo Maru ;
from Yokohama;; Japan, ;on Septem
ber;; 2nd -. Theu .Tenyo should arrive
her on or. about1 September- 10th. .
Registrar-M. H. Lemon, of the ..: Ter
ritorial Board of Health. reports, t'aat
glous diseases, in Honqlulu during .the j
lait sixteen' days of August were caus- j
ed by tuberculosis, that malady .claim
ing four victims, v : V-'; .'-: '
: On account of the Vmanyj; requests ;
of the- public .to nieet : the new assist- j
Ant general - secretary.; and ; the 'mem- J
bers of the employed iorcej the; Vi M. .
C' A is plannlng to hold two big open '
house receptions to start the fall work. ;
On the -night of September 27 'there
will be a -reception for: the mn of the
Y. M. (J. a; and their friends, which
' trlvA'' Ilk. -1iff. Ail:.AnnAi4niiUv r 1
j iu?- iiici Y V ymj . f
clal evening and also' to meet-the em-'
ployed force. There will be '' special ; ;
gymnasium features on that night and j
a-program -'in the games. nall On the i
night of October 4 there ? will- be an
other, reception; which. -.will give the
ladies, an opportunity -to visit and in
spect the buildmg.- ;" ;:''.;."..
An old damage8uit tnat; nas Deen j j
court since . May, .1906," was call ed ,up
for. hearing 4 again this morningr - andj
continued; to September 12 Jx permit
therirergaUjering of ; witncsses.v The
suit is, for $9G3 brought '.by Iloff
schlaeger, & Co. against .the v German
batkPaul Isenberg, for413.bundles-of j
merchandise that the- bark . brought
around, the .Horn, from. Londqn'. The '
cargo, was Joaded at London -July. 20,!
19.0a' andwas finally:; unloaded at Ho-
nolulu. May 6. ; 1906 - lloffschlaeeer &
Co.' libeled : the : vessel, claiming the '
army f of 'VOahu
takes the field the latUr part of tot:
m0jth ,for its, maneuver problems,
tha tr(Vma .vnhi jrm -h-. 'diviiimf
taa, Army and a me of
as nearly equal strength as is pos-
slbJe withoul dividing battalions - or
f Quadrons, and for about ten days
I mlmle-warfare will be "wased "on the
. hlghl&nds and lowlands of Oahu. 'With!
A th i3 only one battalion of
jje aruiiery'ln .Hawaii, the First
will-; be the one organization to be
Split Into-.the smaller units, two bat
terles probably goln with . each
army. , - ;, rW'";;; V- ;' ';--j
. While the general plan of the man
euver campaign was worked out some
time ago by the Special board of of
ficers ; appointed . by the department
commander, for, that purpose, .the de-l
tails, have, not, as ; yet;' been .settled
The .v greatest : secrecy 13 beig pre
served 'as to the problems, and the
ground Ito be, covered, and even the
division, of the. two, forces, but It is
generally t understood , thai ' the .cam
paign ha3 been ; very carefully laid
cut with a'.vlew. not oiilyito. giving
the.troop3 practical experience in the
field,;- under - service ; ccr. iitlor.s, but
also, to obtain by experir.rnt Infcraa
tloa that would te of the greatest
value in-the event of actual invasion
of the Island. . The war , game will
be pore than . a gar.2 In thl3 In
stance,, and. the problems more' than
uteri? uapuiuu.ru cuiiii-.auuu3 ,uu men,. ( t
military chess board. , jjcr . r
. 1 1 1 Vt it A 1
.. rractice. marches ana.ueia anus
for t tho v : variou3 orgmization3 at
Schofleld stlU . continue, an! when
the men actually go Into" the maneu
ver, campaign they will be In a splen
did condition ;of efficiency. 1
; On the 10th of this month, a war
strength squadron of the . Fifth Cav
alry will take the field for a five-day
prchlem..of lt3;o,svnand..bclh. officers
and men are looking forward to some
interesting work. . '.
Experienced dressmaker, for
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, thia c!r:
In ordento accominc
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T7e have;inaurrurated an
'r- for; our: high-grade,1
-:; liguorsf throughout
( YnniQ; and; all :
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Jo. lit U24U:w
ilchant ; Street
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?; RELEASED 0;i ZXID
The Fidelity Bcnilr..-Company thU
morning gavaboni cf J2.CC.J In fed
eral court for the Ar.;r;caa schooner
Blakeley, Cayt John llka. which
was libelled by U. S. Marshal HenJry
'.yesterday on a dan39 suit brought
against It by Stanford Veino, fcr.::?r
mate of the vessel. -
The hearing prohatly will to l.-M
within tea days. Veino, who U rep
resented by Attorn?y3 Gcor3 A. 1) 1
vts ar.i ,V.l.ll!?.m T. r.arvllr :3, r -' 1 f r
$323 for wages and zz:in L.c'.c t
the United Ctatcs fr-" Ch" n ' li
ters, .where h.was-'d; :'.ar;. 1 aft r. a
row. with the car' 1 -
j llenristta Tur.iv
ebtate cf John J. V "..
circuit court a p;:i::.:i
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mer.ta c! :.:A. .
; Th3 c:-:it:;a cf V:.-
rre-i::ut cf K ry .Tay .
siiM!7.i"T':vul t: ' y.
Dr. G::r::: il r:: :b t
1'hys.lclaa. Mr. Mcl.-.tyrj
with cara!y-::3 la:t Cat ::
zrA la Iyir- rriti: n
lliucr at r:t
dr.t? . our continr. o:::-
j guaranteed p
; ;IIonday and; Wednecday
-r Tuecday and .Friday. ;,
other sections; Daily
p Hear Fort Street
A a. Li.i--
i gooa8in -.me enure snipment were
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