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" HONOLULU STAfrBULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1912. .
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VESSELS TO AND ,
,V- xcfcaxigel -- ..".,
" ..'... ft W -tea
For six , darg. during a stormy pa-l a expected to arrive
sage from Jlonoipu, Hawaii, . to . San : ina at ; eight o'clock and, depart for
Francisco, a combination of gales and I Yokohama At. six, in the. afternoon,
tremendous seas gravely threatened to iTLe liner has nineteen cabin and ten
cause much damage to the . gallant "tecond-class . passengers for Honolulu
f American schooneiC .Defender,, with j and 105 through for the Orient, and
considerable loss of .'a valuablesblp-, 116 steerage. For Honolulu. there ace
. p.nt of ,8ugar. - r- v. ' . 111? bags of mall. V . ,' "j V
Sailing from Ilonolpu on October 4,1 " The Siberia wasr 1840 miles-out at
'. the schooner finally reached the -coast eight o'clock last night enroate to
only -after having gone through weath-'. Japan. All Well; aboard. - ; IT
: er that tried the patience and skill ofj ; The vT'Ihelmina, enroute to Saa
; Captain Ericson, who '.finally , got his Franclico was 12S miles off "port' last
vessel to. the'-refinery v with .1155' night at eight.,
sacks pf sugar Intact'
wwu3 iur uim iui ieu uaa ui iui v,'i' Tomorrow.
rmm iinnmnn. - ' wn rnma ft siireeg-'
'v sion of southeasterly gales which last
ed for six days. On October 23 the
V wind attained a velocity of ,90 miles
an hour. ,Tbe ' spanker, - jib -V and
staysail-were blown away, everything
movable was washed from the deck
and considerable, damage; was done by
- the Eeas that swept repeatedly clear
over the ship. ' ' ., : 0 .; . - '
- "According to reports received tt Ho
roluiu yesterday the damage done the
Defender Is rated as nominal,.and re
pairs to the vessel . will be made there
before the vessel ' proceeds ' ; to the
northwest to take, on lumber, : The
vlnds prevailing at the time are said
t- have maintained the velocity of
I irrlcane. 'V : ' -;
: : -.thip Ma;nate returns to New
I.ilsnd. 1 .::.:.:;,---; :.v.
ir James i ; Mills was the , dlstin
;! Vrd passenger that Joined the Ca
:;:Australian liner -Marama at
' the liner saillng.for the Col
:! thcrtly after ten , o'clock . last
; .1 3 Tritlsh - steamship- magnate,
rcalr.is2 non-committal while
j rc rrlsg the effect of.the.Ea
: a Crr.l on raclflc , Coast and
.-.s-l'tcific' shipping, admitted that
'-rat waterway soon to be opened
American Industry Is a topic . of
Ur.ze Interest throughout real
. !n LnJ the continent. . y "';-.
During the stay of Sir James Mills
the cc:t he-, is credited with ex-
; :!r t .determiratloa vttat . he
' : ::lci irr.rrov5r.g the Union
; : i cf Can Francisco. He found
' :: : i in purchasing new , shlp3
however, because of .' the
: Lien of tl.e yards and the labor
t ' .When better, crportunUies
r T rt J Sir James said that new
: - culd be, purchased and placed
In f . nice. : : ,. - . i X,..i-, v ,
: r James Is returning to New Zea-
tr.l v a visitor at. Honolulu
r" --' n ma::y ccurtes!es' andvl3
J: I iau resting points about the Isl-
l-!n Hells i3 now. master of the
: a, rclisrlns H. A. Norrisoy.
C. ' :n Hells made hi3 first appear
?. at the port as. the skipper of the
-ma, ty hovering .wen; nigh the
ml!-5 limit .to the harbor, much
to the surprise of the port officials
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. : - c el vas broughtto a berth
: ' Vy :a wharf late In the after
3 r : i following the discharge, of
: .3 than one hundred tons cargo, and
3 leading of ceveral hundred tons
!, the liner was dbpatched for
va, Auckland and Sydney , at ten
1 at i:-r.-'
t cabin nd
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C. -a Vtll Filled With Passengers. :
The racISc Mail liner China now
cn tne way down from San Francisco
ejected to arrive off the port
t!:ng tlout -eight, o'clock tomorrow
r.cra!ns is well tiled wiChcabin ana
tt. era 3 rassengers according to a re
The China will berth at Ajakea
r.'.-.hL . -.-.C---':v-;.: V:;..
Tte China Is Hated for dispatch for
JfT-n and China ports at five or fix
c'clcck tcmorroNv evening.'. The liner
ia brining 15 cabin; ,10 second class
pa.E e ngers for this port, while ; thoQ
traveling through to the orient num
ber 105 cabin and 116. Asiatic steer-
pe. ;-,' -ijV;-f - ;;;V:v?:';:.::;.
The China ha& a. rather small cargo
fat discharge here. A later mall
amounting to 17 fiacksIs tor. arrive
oj- this vesseC;-; ; -' .,'.-;;--v;'': ';;:.-:';
The China wil berth at Alakca
.wharf. - ' '-. t' '.'
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Premise Sailing for the South Seasu
' . The last of 1100 tons ; phosphate
rock from Makatea ; Is , being dis
charged rronV the Norwegfaa tramp
' - hter ProTTlse and that ' vessel Is
octtd- vill get away for the
The s Matson Navigation, "freighter
Hyades . is bringing a , large quantity
of lumber for discharge at tne seveiv
al island ports, according; to.. a wire
less message received at the agency
of Castle and Cooke.'. J"he, vessel. Js
nearing , the port ' and should .arrive
at Honolulu tomorrow,' ' afternoon,
where' 2100 tons "cargo, Tl2i feet
lumbe? and several thousand - bundles
of bith and shingles will be. discharg
ed. The vessel also has freight 'for;
Port Allen there being 200 tons ..mer
chandise and 3,824 .feet lumber for
that port' At Kaanapali the Hyades
will, be discharged. of , 150'.' tons : cargo
and 22,913 feet lumber, ICahuIui frei
ght including 7C0 tdns . merchandise
and feed with 2925 railway ties for
the Kahullu railway." At. Hilo the Hya
des will be T discharged of 650 tons
frtighfr and 111,467 feet of lumber.
The vessel wilt probably - remain-Id
the Islands for ten days to tNvo weeks,
la discharging ' and , taking ; on. 'cargo
destined for the mainland
MoH:clIa Not lo Touch vvlth Wireless
The Pacific Mail liner Mongolia is
still out of .tpuch with the, local wire
less stations; but the' Vessel Is under
stood as leaving? the last,port of call
in Japan ' .with a rather, light! list of
cabin passengers.; According ; to ad
vices received by' cable; the steamer
has room for one hundred and fifty
additional passengers In the. cabin. -;
The : Mongolia is bringing a very
large freight for discharge s,t 'Hono
lulu, there being 2300.toas.of Oriental
merchandise and supplies on board to
be left during the stay . at this port
The Mongolia should ' reach the quar
antine Tuesday at noon and may be
dispatched for $an Francisco by- ten
o'clock the following day. ?" C.'X'
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Cark Welch Cleared For . San Fran
General . cargo . for themost part
scrap iron; tin, empty bottles and gaso
line drums to the amount of six hun
dred tons In on. the waylto. the. coast
In the American bark Andrew Welch
v.hlch quietly 6llpped away from the
old Kinau wharf shortly , after nine
o'clock this morning' her destination
being Saa Francisco. ; . ' ' .. .; .
Three , passengers were booked- for
passage to the mainland in the wind
jammer.'.. . .':.'.. , ; ,: , .:,
- The, Welch arrived here the jQirst
part of October with a large amount
cf material, for Pearl Harbor; v
Maul An Arrival Today. ; ' -, " ;
Little or no cargo was offered the
Inter-Island steamer Maui, on the re
turn voyage from Hawaii to Honolulu.
The vessel met with fair -weather.
j . yX ThunwUy t. 7 i ' t
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed. Nov. 7,
2' p. m 8. 8. Hilonian, for Puget
Soofuf.-' .r ' -; . K-.y.-:
:": Arrived; Nov. 7, 2 a. ml, S. 8. Ven
: tura, hence Nov. i. '. --'. ";-';X-
Arrived, Nov. . 7. S. S. Vlrglalaa,
from HUo, Oct 21. "
PACIFIC IdA'L CO. LIKES PLill
Will Help Boom Scheme for the
FjoralS Parade Next ;
..In addition ta Walter G. Smith's lec
tnres, the Pacific aMil Steamship com
panV Is 'going to" kelp . boost Hawaii
S.' S. CHINA Will arrive from San
; Francisco about 8 a.'.m. Friday and and1 tbe Carnival by distributing post-
proceeo io xoaonama aDout a p. mer and ,llteratnr mon? its aeents.
8 S. HYADES-WIll arrive from S.
battle about S p. m. Friday.' -
. Temperature-6"Al jn., 70; 8 a. m.,
77; 10 a. m., 77; 12 noon, 80. linl-
mum. last night'69."..v-: '-v -
; Wind A. m.1, velocity 4, N.; .8 a.
m velocity 6t E.;10 a. nu velocity 14,
N.-ET.; .12 noon;; velocity J, N. B. Move
ment; past 24 boars, 162 miles. .
1 Barometer at 8 a. in," 30.04. "Rela
tive ' hnmldity, 8 a. m.. 6T. De w-'polnt
at8 aV raCjI ' Absolute hnmldlty, 8
a- ipi.,- 6;674; Rainfall; 0. ' v-..4
This will Include the larger cities of
the Northwest . r " -'vi
In,;a letter received by secretary
Wood, of the promotion committee, A.
G.lj Kerrell, .general 'passenger, agent
fo Ue Ateajtnshlp-company writes as
follows: : Ijr.-: x 'r'X-ic-
"1 yesterday . received a call from
yocr ; president Zeno K. 'Myers, and
bad ; quite; a conversation with him
concerning , your, next -February Car
nival, 'I . understand from - Mr.AMyers
that , this year It Ir to take . on dif
ferent ' foTnd,; that ;you;;are;con
tempJating the portrayal of some of
thet tarly ; history of 4 the ; islands ; tor
instance, the landing of Kamehameha,
and sobsequeat doings of that UltistrK
ons gentleman. : X:r-.y : :.
; T ; think I that this is ' an excellent
idea, "and without any criticism: of
ycur previons February Carnivals, on?
wbicli wlll appeal much, more strong
ly, to the . tourists, and certai'y to
the - interests ofj all Ithe resklenis of
the Islands.- It seems .to me ttLiz the
ol ."customs and life, .wbicli are " fast
being, forgotten and dying. out should
be brought up every so often in cr Icr
to keep the chara ot theTlslantU as
much alive as pbsiUble. j ; v , "
'In lookirigover onr proposed sch
dnle for.3.913. rxind'tbat we hav the
-jaongolia'V; listed for February 15,
which would bring her to Honolulu at
the right time. We will do all we can
to. get ' a large 'crowd. r0 -.-l. 7 ;
I have recently' received 'frox ,"Wa t
ter Scott ' i; supply of your hangers
and .postal . cards, which; rwe will take
pleasure "in distributing,. among out
agentskPerroif me to ' congratulate
you on., the attractlvi? appeajrance'of
this. dTrUsement?,i.t.Ti s '-'i '
' ' N i
was sent to Pear Harbor yesterday
where she will unlaod the six .hun?
dred tons sand brought down from the
coast -S-x -X' Xk ",:xx;-:y''. ...
-i Material for ; Pearl : Harbor dry dock
and station construction is on board
the barken tine Mary WJnkelmah that
Is reported to have sailed from Mulke
teo'on Tuesday;:' 'X;'lfy:XA''
v Structural steel ' for Hawaii r and
Maui 'railways was Included In t;
monster cargo brought to the island
in the : American-Hawaiian' . freighter
Mexican from the mainland. i v - A
i The j American-Hawaiian: ' freighter
Mexican - will be, dispatched for San
Itacclsco ty, the way of islant po,'t-
on Sunday evening ccordingr to the
present expectations of. the . agent v
. A dredge has beganat-work in deep
etlng. the . Walkikl, end the harbor
selected as the site for the new' Inter
lsJand floating ' dock. ...The old shed
formerly covering the Bishop wharf
has been demolished. - -. -.'
, Sailing from San u'ranclsco on Nov
ember '5th. the I Unlfed States army
trsntport Sheridan should, arrive from
San Francisco on or about next Tues
day. The troopship Jg enrdnjte to the
Philippines". by ,,the (.way of the Island
bf . Guam. .Xl . x. : -.
vFrom present .'IndlcattonV'abont
fifty thousand cases of preterved. pine
arples ,wlH : be forwarded to the main
land Jn .7 tne American-Hawaiian
freighter Mexican now, at the port di?
charging . cargo from San ; Francisco
and Sound ports.. ; .
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; VVdAaay; :Novem belf 8 v t
Victoria . and!; ,VancouverT--Marama,
C.-A.' S S., p. m. ,- " .. ".';
A . Tb ursdayi November 7. , Y'-: ; '
. Hawaii - portsHelene," 8tmr,r a. "in.
I . PIPARTE . I
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Sydn.ey,i.vla Suva and Auckland-.
Marama, CM S. 10.p..bx ! . . .
?; Per;Am; hark . Andred Welch . for
Sun FranclscWEd. S. -.Parker Mrs.
with moderate .wind and seas. The; M A.'lCnlght; and Mrs. ; Wolff
rar aispatcn lor iionotaa, Kukuihaeiei
and Paauhau vst five, o'clock tomor ,
row evening, t-I... out : quantities of
fertilizer, cement lumber. This
Vessel will '. also- carry explosives r for
all iorts along the Kona coast
1 till iiUJilii.---
Mexican to Remain Until Sunday
. Sunday has been set for the de
parture of the American-IIawalian
freighter, Mexican frdm Honolulu for
San Francisco b'y the way of Kahuful
and Hila The vessel Is', being 'dis
feedstufTs and; sundries. The . vessel
will sail. from the Islands; with about
2500 tons' Hawaiian 'pro4uctsv " . ;
THREE LEADiriG SUGAtti'l
: .The old Channel wharf is to be re
paired for the use of Lewers & Cooke,
Lying at. the navy yard : here Is the
rew revenue cutter, Miami, .which,
with her sister - 8hipr the UnaTga, Is
t be latest addition to . the,. new.taavy
of the Treasury . . Department, which
now consists W about thirty-five fine
vessels v for :i cruising s service, the
Jarger portion of - which are new. v As
the revenue cutters are designed, for
service ; in war as well as in peace,
the news cutter Is here-, tc receive
her armament ! of .'six-pounder, rapid?
fire guns,; built for" -her by the : me
chanics at the .Washington naval ord
nance foundry, "She probably ' will be
In port here until the early part tof
tbi next .week, and will : go from here
to Newport News1 ' for isomer mlnot
changes In her coal bunker arrange1
ment before going ' to Key -West,; her
station.:: vV; ::- z ;..;;'...-' -,-'--
The cruising territory of. the Miami
lies within the tropical hurricane belt,
Mid as sh"e will often be called upon
to go to the assistance of .vessels : In
trouble- in these; great storms; . and
will have - to brave the violence of the
gales while . on ' theset life and prop:
erty saving ' expeditions, she has been
built- strongly ; in order ; to withstand
pounding . of heavy'seas., -
Within - the past' year fmanyofthe;
revenue- cutter service ships on the
Atlantic? coast stations have -visited
the. havy -yard here" to be fitted with
new and: modern guns In. place of the
somewhat antiquated armament with
which they are "equipped: : :. Th03e
ships ' that have not come here to be
rearmed will, do so shortly. " It Is the
policy" of the-'. Treasury " Department
to have all 'its .vessels : W the best; of
trim . for service. , The placing ofjnew
armament on thent Is in ; keeping with
this policy. The ships on he Pacific
are being - fitted' wth'-, new . jguns at
Mare Jsd.. Cal.: V ,
vIcouragl''''reprte' received) dor
iiig the last f eW months;, by ' the v bu
reau of insular ' affairs'' as to the
growth of' prosperity In tlie Mdiv
The Atlantic reserve fleet probably
will participate In target; practice next
spring. In., the orders organizing . thai
tlee t jHt:wa7. provided; at. ,the Jf e 2 s el3
composing it. should conduct target
practice as nearly. as possible under
the service conditions as was done by
the regular battleship , fleet .To : do
that it- will' be . necessary rto.. Increase
materially the : personnel of the ;. re
serve ships and active, recruiting awiil
scon .begin. .'x ? ''
;The ships of the Atlantic fleet now
at the navy yards will . vbegln' their
elementary target practice' about the
1st of November. ' Shortly : after . that
the divisional; long-range firing will
be started. Invitations liave- been, ex-
tended to officers of the army and the
organized militia to visit the. fleet and
witness the target practice. .'. -
of a cargo made up' of abouti rv"r;w,r..TI.T.
. 2 l.ll W MIIIM 111 IflU .r MIKin H I rwaj : mm git m M IK - Ateh
thousand tons merchandise, flour.! Jul "1 "Tr.r rLr77!JV4 ,':i j.
Ingdrydock ia' tc be Installed.
board ot harbor commissioners, at Its
pines have been confirmed by the an
nual reports of the collectors of in
ternal revenue lmd of customs . vt;
' .The;, btal ; amount of ; Internal reve
nue collected Jn the fyeat ended" June
30,1912 vvasno,05tlM; cofn
pared vwltK a.; total collectloiiT during
J the fiscal : year ' 1911; of , 19,603,065.60,
an Increase of i $989,018:55, 'equal to
1.0.3 per cent," of which ",the sum of
$4605U0..is :duie . to receipts from
new cources, and.the sum .""of $528,167
is due to increases in" the outpftt. from
manuf actories : of taxable,: articles and
to a , general . Improvement in busi
ness, conditions ; throughout " the , Isl
The total . costf . of collection iWas
3.06 : per cent, there -. having been ;v a
constant ;- decrease of thla ,- adminis-
slnce "i 1908, ; when, it
tt WXLKOAV U.UC . IH
The J handlpd bv the : various subnf ftces." i:
i.Tlie increase inthe number of ci-
meeung,yesieroay , annioonaecwea gars ; - manufactured l i fromJess V than
o repair me cnannei wnarr, acung r ieOjOQOJ0a in; 19061 to 284,000.000 in
on an agreement with the romber firm ' 01 9. ia : , in nr tn th inors
v whereby : the latter Is to 'supply the i x- t-i-
I STOCKS MAINTAIN PR ICES timber atheTerritory. the
f . C T"" " - : Xi : v " I? t taA"5i expense ; of theimprove-1 fce .; prior to 1909 when Philippine
- Except tor arop-bf a qVarter pc4nr: , ?7 rnment wilf jnot -'cI ere ; first Emitted ;inta our
in Honoksashown in- the sale of a r; a L 0tW ' ports' f?ee' of duty,: an raverage.ot Jess
hlock t lWshares between sessions f :enS5tf, iSStithan haira mUllon cigcs a yearwere
at S flat there1so change in any i &1W;? here. Whehlhe duty was r
sugar, stocks 'sold. Only three others
are In this category Oahu, Ewa and
Haw, ilian .Commercial & Sugar and
no skle ,1s' larger than fifty "shares.
Hawaiian Commercial v is the only
stock ; changing hands on tlie board
Company,-who asked that that con- u:v,u't f ,ll7,-vl
Cent bglven sole use of the fuel oil '3
pipeline. He argued that the fuel ftr dlstribuUoa and, the, shipment for
supplied by his company, was" of a t tbe yar 910 reached over eighty
different 'grade from the oils furnish- seven, millions. But .as Manilaclgars
ed- consumers by the other compan- . ctlcly new. to the trade.and
: . w at h Sees ms evening. ; The Prom -.Besldee Ionokavalready mention- c0mon by SenTblcause Planned there X followed a eactfon
!ca. there to take , on another ship-shares ;Ka. atv28.-all In lots rang-! svn miiiiAns tkp ncit vear.
irent cf phosphates for Honolulu fer-jing frcm to 50 shares, were sold in line should. be onen to use bv anv I In. ;the meantime, however, Philip-
4inxer.-compaRie.,. trie tyesse nas recess. unne ocard H, C S.,sold ' ajjjj oil companies, the only sUpu-'plne cigars were . finding
leen chartered for at least one round at for. for. 140 shares in six, unequal iutn tht thAVmn .wA'ors' came to know th
r ' ; , -. -V1 . . - " -' r. mM u w . . -
tjij; 'c,';-.,-' ; ;-v:?- --:;u :..v
C -rks From The Wireless. . ; i .
Kahukn witeless" station was In
t rich ltb the;' Pacific Mail liner Chi
, -1 last night whih veifiel is enxoute
livnr San Franeisco and is reported
Sonny Aw, pop. I ' don't: : wanter
study: arithmetic ipp! What! a son
of miae grow tip, and not be able to
figure up : baseball scores and batting
averages? . 'Never!, :;:v. ;"":.-:: i: a;,,:-
send oil through it at a rate of 1000. 1912 the shipments
them and in
to the United
gailona per hour, and Buck's request .States reached upward of 70,000,000,
was tabled indefinitely.
FRENCH WR ITERS PAYV
The increase in the amount of the
' percentage tax paid by merchants and
"La manufacturers indicated an increase
It -; . -
According to a . writer in
j RtvueT-f Paris .the rnk and file of of nearly $20,000,000 in "the internal
novelties in France draw on an aver- trade of the islands exclusive of liquor
iage $100. for jskch book, and many of and, tobacco. "
J them, are.' thaakfnl to . get. htU ; that The Philippine collector of customs
amount On Jhe-.other hand, thoie at reports f an .increase of 5625,676.94 in
- the top f the, tree earn large Incomes the amount, of import duties, largely
and some (of ;tbem' undertake .more due, to the larger amount of rice im
ccmmlssion sthan thiey can fulfill "Re- ported owing to the shortcrop pro-
r-f .. ' coy se Is then had to literary ghosts duced in the islands. Tda total cus
V vio whom 'there are pleny in Pari?, toms revenue according to the insul-
waurer to rurnifn a nassable imitation ar treasury was SS.S08.123.R1. in au- ai me
n.. nrrtfor'a n-rrV iliMin lha ntnr.nn .if tO'tA'TO
collected at Jololaid Zamboanga an !
- Gehr Bixby, ' "chief "engineer, v has
gone to San , Francisco to 'inspect for
tifications and river and harbor works
on the Padflc coast ', :;. r '-:x :
First UeuC Arthur" P. Crist, t). S.
At. C has been placed on the retired
list with the rank of captain, on ac
count of disability incurred In the line
of duty. Capt Crist is a. resident of
the "District of Columbia, He was, ap
pointed second Jleutenant In the Ma
Ihe Corps In January, '1904, and ,was
promoted to first lieutenant In March
1905; Since, June. 1909, he -has been
on duty In' the office of the Judge ad
vocate general of the navy 'at the "STavy
Department f : r -. X:iy.
Second Lieut-Clifford ; A. Gardner
of the Philippine Scouts, recently pro
moted from sergeant of Company A
jfinglneer. Battalion, at , . Washington
barracks,: has been presented with a
hahdsome sword , by' the noncommis
sioned officers "of . the battalions He" Is
a native of Ternon,';-lrY:,and has
served three years; in the ranks; He
Is now, oh his way to. the Philippines.
v'-l . M4 If
(Continued from Paas.l)
the basis for computing strength, hereafter.-
- j: - ; - --a
Organization Goes .On.' ;"'." 'V;:; ' ;
; -With all the energy and tlrelessnes3
for,w.hich he Is.jselebrated the colonel
has, pow. taken tip the ,work.oX steady
organization and the, educatiaa.of : the
plain -people, to a realization . of. the
fact that no other man ? can afford
them protection from -the Hrusta aad
the "malefactors of great wealth" but
himself., He .will create a machine for
political purpose3.,;in;every.,,6tate and
county. V He. will continue ; his. prppa?
ganda' of enlightenment J;,..;;S.
..It goes .without saying'that George
tV Perkins Frank A Munsey, Dan: R.
Hanna. and . other, men ,of enormous
fortunes will furnish all the. funds re
quired tot carry out the; plans formu
lated by Cok Roosevelt :k He will bave
abundance of, cash at. his disppsaU r
TaskCXot thdughi Jlard J, ;;!;
C The task undertaken by Col.; Roose
velt Is much .less, arduous 'than might
he supposed, He was bnt, 21 ,vqtes
short of receiving the Republlcan'nbm
ination at Chicago instead, of President
Taft A change of -Unvotes .would
have rendered him victor. With four
years of preparation and education, it
is easily seen that the colonel may pull
down the phun without loslng'a great
deal. of sleep. ;; r r- ; . . ;
MISS BULKELEY . WEDDED
:T0 MR. HYDE-SMITH
The culmination '
la vrnich Is -combined5 the flATTAliAIi "uTAR, establlahea 153X' arJ the ;
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washinqtcn; Oct ns.-ia- Vlw
of; the fact that . several years will
elapse before the ; government win
have built the proposed new depart
mental buildings on the river tnd of
the mall, arrangements are .belna
made to have, private capital interest
itself In a' new' building for. the de
partment of comnkree and lator,
mrhose various bureaus are now" wi '
ly scattered over.. tha. city, : ;lt" li un
derstood that in a short.-time Secre
tary Nael will accept one of several
propositions, that have been cT'red
by local capitalists,', and that Aviwin
a year there .will be completed, in
the down-town section' of the city, a
bpldlng.largd enoush to house. the en
tire department . The ,lea3a will be
made for .five years, ; at tha . end of
which period it is likely that the new
marble building for the department
will have, been constructed. ;
The .'governmental plans : call for
five departmental buildings on ' the
five squares of. ground between Four
teenth, Fifteenth and B streets and
Pennsylvania avenue. . These squares
"Were purchased by order of Congress
morethan a year ago, and p!o3 have
been dra.v.i ari r :
but the diiro cf t") ;
to hold err:" '-t-r:3 s' -point
as pcciltl: I-' .-" .
making cf u crrr;
beginning cr c: :tr. : :.
' The goverr.rr. r-.t , r' '
pernr.r-t her.:- f.r t; .
of stato. , t!:a C --.rt:
ari the Orrirt: ..: c! ..:
labor, ar.d they vi:i !
made sevcntl yr -.-3 c: t
gratlon Ccrnrr.L:c..:r F::':
sistant Corr.rn!:2::r.:r I" -city
astTrtcd tcra-t'.-il V.. y
the exr'r.aticr. cf V :
ticn cf tu- ::zlz cf C"
lea via Ur.lt: 1 Et:.t:3 :
ded C"t,'"? cr'!; '
call, v. ere r.' c -: -V.
which arrived ! . :
In, lnvesJr-.".t!"T t '-"
legality cf tv.c:r : - - -port
'the cc ' .
ed that wcr I. t: 1 1
annexed to th3 Ur :' '
the way to cr.ter tl. .5 1 "
was to get lata Men;. ; - '.
which started on board a liner bound
for Honolulu occurred yesterday at
Washington,. D. C, when Miss Gras-
sie Virginia" , Bulkeley, daughter of
Mrs. ',Villiam; A. Gill, .wiCeot the"
cqayander.of th U. S. S. Colorado,
became", .tbe wife of Mr.. Bayard
Hyde-Smith, brother of lirs,., Harold
Dillingham, of Honolulu. ; ;'
The engagement was announced l
Hoaoluhu ;Mr. and Mrs. Hyde-Smith
havinghiet when journeying , to, the
Islands; The wedding, was. aKsocjety
e vent :' at .the ; National . Capital, "and
took place, at the. residence of. the
bride's grandmother. .Mi:JXJu;ke'Ay,;
Port'and. The couple, will
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