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C ONOLULtr STXn-BULLETIX; TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1912
TiDESsur. Aim ndON
Vl: ll. , : MY!
1. Because of ' the unfailing courtesy of the management.
2. BecauiVof Jte high rank, "., - w'' M; . -
3. Because Its rates are reasonable, 1 . t r A '
4. Because of' Its location In the center of the shipping ancl "hotel district.'
v M ' - ' -.v-'- ' -i w ".;
5. , Because, you wlll e met. at the tiock in San Francisco by uniformed ;
i representatives and auto busses' and conveyed to the hotel without
delay or Inconvenience. 'V.'t.
6. Because you will always meet your friends there. .; ' f--r
.' These are six reasons why thi.t . T iy'UL'i
' - : : t r-- :f; .f:r:-i?lv o-.-i vf:v:.;.V .-'-r
" . ; ::r.;'.:'" v.; gets 'the bulk, of the Island ; busfness.
--"" 4 if .
:. .. II II .
With -the arrtral x of5 the ' "'CfimadiafTf
Australian liner Zealandia shortly f'
ter noon today came definite advices
concerning the completion of thenevf
tteirr.ship Niagara, .which Is expect
ci to replace. either' the Makura'or
t'jc Zr"!rni!a in the Vancouver-Vic-tcrl-lIcrclulu-Cuva-Sydney,
. Arbiter' piece -of' information that
tcrvc to please 'Honolulu 'Ehipplng
ncn" was the statement made "by of
ficers in the Zealandia..jthat .Captain
JcLn Glbb, the well-known navigator
v. ho for feme time past has regularly
'CJ.. port in the Makura, would
Lnclculit.il ' be elevated to' the com
:::r.r.d cf the Niagara. . ; . ' -
Trcm what could be learned today,
tuo i:!"ra is to leave the. hands of
t: 3 tubers about larch, and ; will
:tr-m frenx Great Britain, to.. Sydney.
The Niagara, in all probability, .will
I ? the forerunner of a fleet of thia
r'""- rf vcrsels, as the trade between
;:i:a.c:na Canada., has . increased
: T3 and bounds-within -the -last
: , o lucaths. Of course, there Is
: z C--lte.yet, but the belief is
rrcvc'-r.t- ttat.tte comp ady will be
: :ccd to tulld to keep pace with the
, ::ncs for passenger and cargo ac-c.-".:rofstlon.
r.cf;ra tt Zcalandia left Sydneyjon
V o i rc.'cr.t vcjase it was stated In
Steamship circles that Captain
(Mb. would leave the steamer Ma
: ra upon her return' to Victoria
ut the miadle cf November. The
: cr will then, it" is: expected' pro
c M to i:a?;and. There he will take
c :r.:r.ad cf the Niagara" and proceed
: Au.trrjia vrith her. It is beUeved
tMt tho'.will.dirplace the Zealandia,
1 to JTar it hasitct been glvefl out
en what. trip this, will be. .-r. '
Certain Morrisby will take the place
c: Captain Gibb, but who will be the
:;:raander of the Marama is not;
own. ri. uammona win,DeMne
cv.i:f cff!ccr:cf the Niagara; .'with XL
ll. Held as chief steward. A number
rf the stewards of the Makura, will
.ve their bcaton the next trjp also.gaiina Crux with nearly -Eleven, thou
ir.l i j to Scotland.
Th Zcalandia came to ta berth at
AlaLca wharf with one' hundred and
f ' - ht y-five tons of cargo. There is
r. larjre quantity, of refrigerated meat
r i provisions in the stores to be left
r.t Honolulu. ' The Zealandia', brought
13 passengers for : this port In the
various classes. It is the intention! r-; i - ; -.: :y
cf T. H. Davies & Co. -to dispatch thej v , r;M ( : " -. ' -M'M
vc:?cl Jor .VIctoria and yancouver at llruna Kear Ba,ck With- few, Passen
7 o'clocl; this, evenlngv About thirty .-. ' gert.. ; ..' ,.:.' -' .-" . , ,
passengers will depart for. the Coast ,r. The passenger, list Iel! the Mauna
in the Zealandia. Lv : - :.V- '-' Kea returning f rota Hllo this morning
v ' , -jt''- r -Include 35 cabin, and 67 deck. The
C par kV from the tYireless.7 -M-
The following wireless messages
cre receivwi. lasi mgnv iroxn anrS
row enroute to Honohilu;
-T. K. K. . S. S. - Tenyo - Maru-Eu
route from Yokohama, will, am ve at,
Honolulu, at noon Tuesday.
In touch' with Cl-A. S. S. Makura
Enroute from Vancouver, will arrive
la port: Wednesday. M-MM .
In , touch withf. CvA. S. S. Zealandia
--Enroute " from" -Australia,, will 1 ari
rive in port at noon Tuesday.
Hawaii Sugar Report. ' - ' '': V
The following 1 report "of Jsugar,
awaiting shipment.: at Hawaii - ports
was received today- with the arrival
of Purser Phillips 'of the S. S. Mauna
IXea: Olaa, S500f sacks; " Hild, Sugar:
Co., 3600 ; OnomeW 16,278 ; V Pepeeked.
2C0O; Hakalau 16,100; Laupahoehoe,
1300; Hamakua, 6400; Paaunaur "500;
Honokaa,' 9300; -Punaluu, 900; ;Honu-
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Henoiulan Bringing' Big Mail.
The. Matson Navigation steamer Ho
nolulari, from San Francisco, to ar
rive at Hackfeld wharf at an early
hour tomorrow . morning, is 1 reported
by a Vlreless received at the agency
of Castle & Cooke" as bringing : down
a large mail. " M Mvv '
The ; Honolulan has 62 cabin- pas
Eenger8 four of whom 'are to transfer
to the Canadian-Australian liner Ma
lrura for Australian ports. : Twenty-four-
tacks of 264 packages of mail
cn board the Matson steamer will be
forwarded to the Colonies in the Ma
Lura. " ' ,:v'; ';M- '-'-
The Honolulan brings. 2600 tons of
M r-o 'for Honolulu and '660 tons for
;:- J.iii. Three automobiles "are': for
'1 jhippers, while one will be car-
u3 TTauI port The Hono-
Love, Honolulu - Representatlye
i - -
iulan 'wjll tike, on a 1 large Quantity of
preseryed tjIneapplea before .leaving
for the Coast :
V : ' tv -tt-'Mv:'. ,'M" '
Holiday Freight 1n The Columbian;''!
- Holiday goods,5 In conrfderable quan
tities has arrived at . the port In the
American-Hawaiian freighter Colam-t
biari. - This vessel brought freight-that
left New York on July, 15th and July
20th in, the .steamers Kansan '4Lnd
American, and transhipped at the isth
mus of Tehuantepec to the Columbian,
The freighter cleaned up cargo accu
mulating at Seattle and Tacoma up
to and' Including August 1st. mm M
: r The Columbian Is to be discharged
cf nearly, three, thousand ,tons. general
merchandise,, flour feed, and sundries
during the' stay at Honolulu. The. vest
eel is on the.; boards. for. dispatch .for
Salina Cm? by the way btPort Allen,"
Kaanapali, JCahului and : HUo at" five
o clock Saturday, evening. ;r V ; . tt,.
General JTrelght Agent C. P. Morse
I in receipt , of advices announcing
the probable, arriVaVof the- American
Hawaiian, freighter Alasl'h. at.' Hond
livly km or about September 12th .; v
m 'i'-J: " : ' m; - --Smm
ffelene Back, For General . Cargo. M .:,
'.Tbe .Interisland steamer Helene
was an jirrJ yal, at , the. port list even
ing returning from Maui ports yhere
general cargo was discharged. The"
Helene brought no freight , for this
port. Thevesjset .met-Tvith javpcable
weather on the homeward voyage.,
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Kilo Harbor Filled' With Shipping.' - :
, v.Hilo harbor . presented a busy place
during the, stay &t the .Interlsland
steamer. Mauna Kea jat. the port. vsM
The American schooner A. JF1. Coates
was dispatched - - on - Monday evening
for Puget Sound taking ballast only.
Tnis vetsei nas been discnargea or a
shipment', iot,-lumber. The. American
Hawaiian freighter Mexican is taking
on sujrar and will sail this evenlne for
sand tons sugar, and about forty, tuoit
sand cases. of preserved pineapples :,i
The Matson Navigation steamer, En-,
terprlse.is on the.)oards for dispatch
for San Francisco on Wednesday. .
The Rrhonnr E. t? Wnnd is rennrt.
as being discnarged of supplies for
'the Breakwater Comnanv"7
r.agsnifL. in. ,ue . jnieruiana.neei.. met
with fine weather on the homeward
VATO TIA VlPAH fflt f ' IT AVI AM I
g0 including fenk material, empty
drums and containers of various dV-
iDtton. cratea of celerv: in cords
u,,,-CI- " T w,.--f -
- Purser Phlllpps reports the Kaoal at
Pepeekeo; the, Kalulanl . at S Honomu'
and the IwalanI off Kamalo Point -1
.The Mauna Kea Is' tcheduled for de
parture for HIlo and way ports at ten
o'clock tomorrow morning. ; "; .ip :
-;.:;-;'M-.Mfr:;;;;...M fcl . t :;--;'-:'rl
Pacific Mail Persia .a. Day Late.
The Persia, of the, Pacific tMail fleet
is reported by cable to have sailed one
day, behind regular schedule from Yct
kchama. Advices : received at' .ihe
agency of H. Hackfeld &' Company c
Saturday;Cstate that- the ;Peffc!;r is
bringing 250 tons oriental cargo; for
discharge at .Honolulu. Thellner 'will
have room. for all. layover, passengers
nowTat this port, who desire to take
I asiage f or San Francisco.;- ' .-;'.:
. The steamer Nile, sailing from :Sai
rYanclsco on last Saturday Is schedul
ed to arrive here .- on Friday, with a
few passengers but no carga The Nile,
vvill .be ; supplied . with 600 . tons coal
during the stay at, this port ' - ;r;
Honolulan Report ; "--
: The following wireless message' has
been received by the Agents of "the
S. S. Honolulan bound for.Honolulu.
' . 8 p. m. September 9, .1912.
; , For Honolulu: pasengers. ; 264
bags mall, 72 W.1 F. '3C matter, a'auto-;
mobiles,' 2600 tons cargo!( ; For Kaha
loi: 1 automobile, 660 tons cargo, for
S. S. Zealandia, for Australia: 4 pas
sengers, 24 bags 'mail.- ' ' .M ;
Ship arrives Wednesday mornJag
and will dock at th Hackfeld wharf. -
' Temperature ti. 7? ; :- 8 a." m.,
78;il0 a:-m., 78; 12 noon; 83. Mini
mum last night 73. .
MWind-6 a. m, velocity 3, direction
Northeast f 8 a. nt, velocity 2, direc
tion West;. 10 a, velocity jii, direc
tion Northeast;" 12 noon, 'velocity" 12,
direction -MK6rtteufTT Movement past
24 hours, 131 mlles . - M-,
! Barometer at 8 nt, 29.94. .Rela
tive humidity, .8 a.:m., 66. Dew-point
at 8 a. nuf 6.6: 'Absolute hiimldity, 8
a. m, 6.783. JUInfa.ll. 0..
FR0U THE ISlifJDS;-
i"--',-'V - '-' "V - Hit. 4Vi wV
(Special Cable to Merchant'
: ; ; M ',' ; Tuseday Sept 10.!
VICTORIA Sailed, September X' B:
Monteagle for Honolulu - and Hong-h-1mngi?.&
?if..y:'z;i ?: mik--MUKILTEO
SaiiedX September 9,
Schooner Taurus for Honolulu. .
YpKOHAMA Sailed,; Septemt er 8, 8.
r B. Persia for 'i Honolulu - (one day
jate)M'MMM..-. ;,-.t--v.-; z., . v
HtLO-rSalled,' S'eptem,berr 9 Schooner
Aw F.. Coates" for Eureka. 'f M M
Arograma.'VM' -M-i:7-M'--'.-r: M".
S.j S. MAKURA-Trrives from, Victoria
; iearly Wednesday' inorning.and ails
for Sydney 11:111.0x11?:;.:
S. S.HONOLULAN arrives' from
' J Francisco early .Wedhetday morning
, ?witn! 62assengersl; 264 bags ail and
72 peks Ex matter. -. . ,
S. ZEALANDIA sails for Victoria
!7 p. m. today.? ::';:.i'M.M";K1;:;. s
8. TENYO MARU will :J- sail , for
: SanlFrancJscp. mui
? - . ' . -
j A general cargo;frorii theiinalhland
Is enroute o'.Honclprii "li the ;Ameri-
.can "schponer 'Defender; which is. re:
Iorted to havje .saued.- from San Francisco-
on last Saturday.;,-..- Mm ' ' c.
A ji twenty-day , passage ii'.' credited
the -'.American; U schooner;: -J . Prosper
which,1 sailed frpmi Honolulu 1 on t Aug
ust 17th -and is now reported . tp have
arrived', at the Columbia.' river; i:;--; I'.l
Sailing: from -HUo on AugustVlfthy
the Americans schooner Melrose Is re
ported tcChave arrived at Astoria .oa
last Saturday ,v,v The Melrose-tJ dis
charged a shipment of . lumber at. the
Hawail.i-portr'.M v)i-MvxHi:.$ ftf
' Lumber made; up, the cargo carried
In .the, Americanchooneri Spokane,
which js reported to have sailed from
PortLndloVr for rlilo cm gundi.
: A ncable received Jierc -announces
the" arrival ' of the ; German , ship, ; H.
Hackfeld at Astoria- .t This. : vessel
sailed from Honolulu for the Coast
on J August 2ZT::.f .vi: c:;-.';j--v
.Mail.fonvarded to. .the coast in: the
Japanese; liner NIppon Manx arrived
at Sari . Francisco ; at one o'clock yes
terday, afternoon.; -i':: - ':- 0 :
A wireless- received at the agency of
T. H Davieis- &" Co.; today announces
that the Makura ; will arrive; here to.
morrow "with ; 390 passengers' in the
several classes. ":;'-;'-,vi"-:;-r-
.v.::' e o i
PASSEJTGEES ARRIVED .??
Per 8torr laUnarK'ea,"- frpm 'Hilo
direct PMrs.' Sandersorf and 'three
children "Masters 1 Bllva;,(2), "Miss
Glehnle, Geo. J X' Cool, Miss' H Met
calf,' Missl G' TurnerMr&t E.- HAus-tln;4-
Geo; :H.' Williams, ll L V Lewis;?
Burnette- X' P. Mattos, Mrs. V Kl
iniira,. Maste'ra 'Camarinos', Pi ' Sopou
las, iliss -'U Kamahafrr Miss i M. Lala
kea O. R. Kelsey, John Detor, Misses
Mttir 1 (2)r Mfss N.Fern, Mrs: A'. Mar-'
calUno,;Mr8V ','Jp De La Kux; 'Mrs.i It
Hons and 5 soh;. Miss I. Fernandez, ' W.'
A Baddaky,' J; Parker, r M. Jamie P
M.: McMahori..- ;t :r-i
. Per. C.-A. S. S, Zealandia frbni Syd-,
hey Via Suvai 'Sept. lO.-f For Hopblu-J
lui 3lT aad Mrs: Nielsen,. Mr..: and
Mrs;: SktllmanMr and', Mrs. V, J-
AiiutMiU, iu..uif (i"iwiii
Mfs. O, H.'Swefcey and child, Messrs.
W i JH : . , Burr. W t:r.Webb,-. B Lieb
man,;T; TN4 D6wn? Kelso72)iWH.
RutherfonT; IL! DM Rhodes and:, C
CoHins,"; For Victoria, ahd. , Vancouver
Lady Alexander Arbiithnot; Miss .I!hoe-
oe Arouinnoi, jjr...xa.. ouyuaiu,
Mesdames A'. JPJackson, J. , H; Wil.
llams, Blomberg and child, D' Davies,
LJ Han8onr R. Jenklhsn T. Nelson
and 2 children, Pattfeon, .Swee.triam,
Misses , Abercrombte. . Ctistpij'.C.'. J.
de' Van Steenwyk, M Cardno, .Messrs.
A J J. and' Prout.j!; Billows, H . Caus
ton; G.:c7DelmarRikF IndnevL.
B,. C. Jackson, S. Jensen A. Michael;
js. H .v H. Oakley. T. E. SherWood, J .
Hi Williams,: J. P.- Wright; XJ.r Bar
ebb, vAi. f,W,; Beeson . F.' Blomberg,'; S.
Coote, J Davies,. Jasl Flnley, Fos
ter, F. H.' Harris, A., S. Howell,, K.
Jenkins H.A McIlrath," F.' and .W:
Nelson,". E;. Swanson, :i N. Sweetnam,
Scott Young.H ..Taylor, E. Unmaek,
A; M. Warren ; and -A E. : Webster,
Also '26 in.steerage 4t
ri Another A: instance v Ipi smuggling
bplum'into the. Territory. Has. leen dis-'
coered by the. federal authorities, thts1
time the. scene t being laid at 'Port"A!
len on KauaL:: ..V ;2vI?;
; U. S. Marshal Hendrytecelred a I
cable Sunday rroni Deputy ,yoneoior
MiBryde staU0nedt that port, stat
ing that, two v Chmese,;tng';HIng, atid
Lum' Keer. had ' .teen arrested,, . there
vith ten tlhsbf ; contraband' bpiunj' In
thfeir possession. , rM ; ,M ..r-'M ,
; Deputy, TJv' S MaihaV. p.'; SU
wood left for Port Alien yesteraay,pn
the vWG.'Hall to' bring . the prtsorfer$
here for trial.' He probably ;I1I .return
,somoiTpw,; "morning. . riirtuert. .a?tai.i
of the'ease are not attainable heretit
pieen't 1 . ';: 5'
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10 ' 1471
4.41 It 10.a 4.471
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43 U ir.48 &.4K
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&ttt 4 S. 10 4.481
New 'goon SepUlO at 17;p. in.
MA typhoon, which always strikes ter
ror! to shipping along - the .China and
Jcpan'-coast prevailed , at the -time the
Toxo Klsen Kaisaa liner Tenyo,Maru
visited the port of Yokohama; Japan
and in consequence of - the storm, the
tig liner wafc delayed forty-eight hours
in departure; for Honolulu.1;'; V:;
The wind blew at'a. rate of at least
one hundred mllea an, hour, spreading
havoc and desolation in many earby
districts. 'Cosiderable .damage t was
dene .shipping' at -Yokohama harbor,
though the' larger; steamers -riding at
archor or attached, to the iiioya did
not fare so, badly.; Smaller cjraft such
as . iampans ,'and . Jnass were tossed
about ancl'a numher were wrecked. . -'
The. Tenyo Maru'is said to; have
smashed the regular steaming" records
Fvrross the Pacluc to" smithereens Th
ves'sel, coyered 1 the .distance i between
Yokohama: ana Honolulu lji eight .days;
tne regular time allotted vfbt this leg
of ihe voyage' being, ten days, oc jmore.
Who's ivYho In The. Tenyo Mariu m
; Jmon vthe passengers enrpute to,
'the States In ? ,the etsel are many
from the Far East wbo are prominent
In? business and professional .life. .
Saburo Kuru8U,'yho leaves the- ves?
selatHonolaitl is Acting Consul Gene:
ra1-for Ja'pan in HawaiL.. :t - v
c tciement ' J. Barnhorn- enroute to the
mainland, 'is'ra.' well' known ': sculptor,.
with headquarters ; at Cincipati, Onio..
Heihas completed a tour of the Orient
and will visit Europe before taking up
work;again. frm j.
I 'John Dais, who is reported as at the
head 'ol the NewYori; fish" trust,-Is
completing' a tour oMhe world as' a
passenger from 'the 'Far t East (to the
rnainland In ""the Tehya :MaruV 'h M;SM7
. (Thomas; M.xDeviltis: who Is' small
but ceyrthelesa - mighty In- Mantla
bU8inesV'circle8is ,niankgerrof -;the
Standard Oil. company' plant"at that
point ; He is" on vacation ' leave Ttntl
will visit ihe ? homeland ' fpi seven
Many Notable Chinese On Board.
. ,On board the-esseljare nianyj no
table Chinese and Japanese, . ' f . ., '.
.. A large delegation, pt local Chinese
gathered at;Alakea harethls aftefj
nont ta greet five countrymen: who ar
enroute. to tae, medical convention! to
be held . at .Baltimore, .thi 5in?onth; i
: (Six hundred passengers; were found
on , board when the frenyo .Maru.Was
v.'sited? at quarantine this noon For
Honqlulu there are one?cabin,5; 'seci
ond class'and in the 'Steerage44! Jap
anese; & Chine&e and' 167 Filipino paa-;
aengers. ' mVMv -v'
-,The through list Includes 62 .cabin,
SO tecond class" and? 132 steerage; pas
8engers. '-.- i 'l-l; MvM,-:;
t The ..Tnyd Mlrtt "experienced some
difflculy In galniilg the wharf owing
to thev fact that the ' vessel is supplied
with '-turbihe'i engines', which' prouuje
anything jike pro iapt movement of the
yessel's position. mmM i:aMMM;
(i ; The Japanese Uner"called it. Manila
as ' well ' ai f the regular; Asiatic'; ports;
and thereis 1200,, tons' oriental X rgo
iur dharge;.iiere. The through' cargo
amounts to nearly (00 tons. :MM--c.": - :
with ? Jardine;shippingvaency r with
headquarters' at Calcutta, -. India. -y- -!
R. J. Harrison, manager of tne-Cali
fornia. Manilai Lumber Company with
Airs. Hanson is to visit tne tmainiana
for a ; season v They left afanila In' the
Tenyo Man! and ,wiU proceed jto" tlfe
et stcoast. before returing to the Phil
irpines. m; f-3i:.t":. 1m -..,',
Div ; 1. 'lyenaga5: i'aprpfesspr con
nected with; a Tokyo -junivefsity." : He
Is proceeding to Chicago:
Luis Jackson, identified 'with th
management of the iErie Railway;' Is a
through Jasenger iirTeo
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7The; Honorable NIel Nlelten. fam
ous Australian statesman," is In Ho
nolulu. He arrived this afternoon on
the Zealandia, and will remain here
for a.few, days, taking passage ?for
San. Francisco on one of the , local
liners. :--... M r-
MMr. Neilsen Is traveling aa-. the re
presentative of the New South Wales
government as trade anc Immigration
pepmmissioner to the United : Slates
and "Canada. He is accompanied: by
r Mrs. Neilsen, and expects 'to put in
his short stay in. Honolulu getting in
touch, with. local: conditions m -z-S-
.The Zealandia docked ' at 1 o'clock,
and will saiLat 8 this evening for Vic
toria and Vancouver. . She. is loaded
with a general ' cargo .'of: fertilizer
groceries, preserved, meats' and liquor.,
The officers report rough' weather
from Sydney to Auckland, and mod
erate weather, frbnr Suva to Honolulu.
Tenyo Mani Here. :';' 4. 'M
.. The T, K. ,IL i liner Tenyo Maru ar
rived this afternoon . from the. ' Far
ast The :Tenyo , has on board, more
than 400 Asiatic steerage passenger
for this' port - .
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v 'Even when plaits are used on skirts
the narrow outline is preserved. -
-t' " "" ,
festablishmn! t of Vocational
M 0rooii-CM rVliV,f M
;5m SchoolV m"
:The, educational committee.', ef the
Yj M .C A. composed of WMT. Pope,
J. W.Gllmore Edgar Wood .W.. H.
Babbitt, E. A. Kopke, .Paul. Super, R.
M.. Cross and A.. E. Larimer, met last
night .at the association to make, the
plans for; Ihe, coming year.; rl'v i. 4
MOne pf "the Important features dis-
cu&sea was mat oi me esiaDusnmeni
uc a , yotauou, uureau, uxe t aiiji" oi,
whlcK ist;tp' make. a study of all.pos-
8ible,i positions, or : boys.: and- young
men: in Honolulu, and , a study of all
tDUCi TlOiJA L
returning from an .extended rtour . of ; grant : to' occupants T of; the' lands to
he Far --East V " -M "?':.- ; ' v,pass and repass over and across any
'John v Moore Jr:; "manager, of the i parcels' of land and rights of way ex
Euqltable 'Life i Insurances hgency at 'ceDted and reserved' (other than lot
ShahghaC'Is a' paSenMr In the'Japan:7c;.C c;A.' 8SS9; II C. A. S334, 11 ; C. A.
esf liner enroute to New York.
,H.' Burke ' Sullivan; a'J Jfanibi "bus!-,
ness ; 'mani Is' proceeding to -San Fai!
Cisco as patesnger Ih the fehyo Aiaru
He will remain on the mainland for a
year bere returning to the Phlllp-piiie8.;--,-v
; (Continued from Pajre'l)
same status as other - public lands of portion8 . thereof, shall be paid pver
tje ..Territory, are held, but. for liome- to ihe Said Haiku Sugar; Co., or, If
steading settlement Purposes Qnly;,8uch moneys cannot be paid over to
in any .method allowed
contained In the land laws of the.Teiv'!t8 cessor8 A "ke-amount out of
Story or Hawaii: asenacted or con- SSJf8 wblcn. come int0 ,ta
tinned' In .force by. : the Organic Acts p?J8e8Slon' ; . ; ' V ' ;
of the ( Territory; and .by all -existlngM Jl yamon, ,vice president,.' -ana
ahd ( future amendments thereto; -and
further subject to.: the i condition that
the low of all water.across, underor
through j fiaid.; lands, shall ; at : all ; tlnies
be free, uninterrupted and unpolluted.
Penal Clause.-' '.' ' ;: ; . 'v M;,.-.
; tAny -r. breach : ."of ; these conditions
may .be ;restraihed by injunction or
by any. appropriate , legal '. proceedings
taken" by. the party of the first part,
or, at its, option, shall . work a forfeit-
- Mar At iaA A . m v - -
ure ot the rights of any 'assign of the t there will be a general calling of jury
Territory committing the . breach ?; in ; waived cases- in Circuit ' Judge H. E.
andito-the portion of the lands - held j Cooper's ; court, at 9 ;o'cloek Saturday,
by : such 'assign.."w.-.t? ' ' f - r J morning, and "requesting the ; attend
License, to OccnrantMM M M 1 Unce of aU counsels actively interst
(imtittC'-irl M i
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Addrrss all CommnnlcatioDH to Honolulu Staj-BnRMJn, Lti, llo'xtolala, T, II.
ihe for.the purpose of -advis-
ing students as to the ; pursuit , of, edu- '
mitlntf hvntti- -firhi
is the-object of thl
ana combine this w
H(rotinn nt V.rf . Ifat .tlunl , ITflmo In
girls, m . '-:
mi- in:, i it.. At .
iiie cpmmuiee uas iae cooperauon
of the Board of Education and the
committee to trvlwl p VJ uc
ork wlthtCat of "! v . J . ,M
next : meetings whiclr will be held on", If taey wet 'c'o'jrr to "th ! '
September -'24; definite plans will be juJSM -jj thir vce cn t- i--t ,
maue aa te wneioer an expert irom
te muiiuanu Bnau oe cauea to nave
qharge" 6f the work or whether it
J shall be" left "entirely In. the1 haifds of
'local- people interested In it , -
212 and the cemetery lot); also o'vr
and across the rights bf ; way granted
t;o Kahuliii Railroad CoH; but the ' li
censes are subject to -change 'at any
time and further subject; to all such
; reasonable regulations -and '' restric
tions' as the party of the first part
may. prescribe-or r imposed ' - M - y
Territory's Obligations.. ... r '
; The Territory ;t binds - Itself In ac
cordance, with the foregoing provi
sions, also engages that all moneys re
ceived from homesteaders or. settlers
a? interest on deferred payments, rent,
or rdv navmprrf for the same or anv
timer ti. raxton, jreasurer, signs me
deed for Haiku; Sugar Co. - Territory
of. Hawaii signs by W. F. Ftear, gov
ernor, with Joshua D. Tuck com.
missioner - of public .lands, Lcountef
signingJ , Maui Agricultural . Co. signs
by S. . M. Damon, vice president, and
Notices ; were sent out to ; attorney
today V conveying - information M that
ccnU er ' line per week.
(Continue! frc:u T:? 1)
three precincts to be IocM 1 cn a
probably '.opposed to the c- :i I il'.ot.
In the Fifth District perhapi a third
of the delegates r.ay be expected to
support an ..open l?dlol prcp:.;tion.
;ooiis now . us u iae cajoruy
1 A II 1 A V t li..
gatlonr-arlse in tha cenvr
call oilt the result' of hi3 dsl: -alien's
7 - - - i .
tect individual voters from tho
d!fvti ivv -n,f, .
!in the delcstlcr:, z?A c-.!y the r
of . the whole announced, taoy. may
consent to Jhls, partial cpenne-3 cf.
balloting. ;V: t ;
' The chairman of the county conven
tion may. be Oscar Cox. : It is t? ri.'tli
district's turn; to h.ive the' chairra-n
the Fourth and Fifth d::tri:t3 c!'.-r-nateand
if Cox wan. 3 it. th? IV:rth
leaders, say it"? wiM. rt ' : i.
. : (Continuei tram Pa; j 1)
that this sort cf coapromise wouM
be acceptable to us.' , .. . ; .
"As far a3 the Territory. Is cencrrn---ed
we would be willing, to accept cai.i
in place of lava blocks as a pavement
between the rall3. so. long as ths com
pany will agree to lay bltullthlc be
tween the parallel tracks.-
xr"l am. mighty pleased at the news,
foi it means the saving of f much
money in a long litigation and speedy
action in getting, some real .-work
done." Mm-..; - - .., ''. '-
MRSJG.'K. WlLbEI? T0 : 1
v -.wed cunzo;j usoon;:
Curzon O. Us borne and Mrs. (Jar 7
ner IC' Wilder' win be married this
evening' at six o'clock at St. Clemen U
church; Reverend rF.C William ofl-
ting. 5M , -M. i -v. M,-.
ilr. Ustorne Is Housemisf of the
Honolulu" School for Boys and. a son
of Reverend John U borne " rector of
StJ Clements' church who' Is now trav
elfng In Europe. 1 Mrs.WIlder f3Jhe
wjdow of the la te: Judge Gardner K.
Wilder.- M- " ...
: The Sierra. 'sailed from the "Cc.ia?
.n.4A 1 O m If Va s.. Uat If
ih- n iiiocay- . im compress -v.cu.a pro-
the' chairman cf e-ch d?lt