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HONOLULU - GTAU-B U LLCTI N.; TUUf SD AY, XO V. 7, 1012.
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for .six days, during stonny,jjas-;u expected to arrive tomoitqw.morn
B&ce from Honoipu, Hawaii, to San- inn at eight o'clock and depart tor
Francisco, a combination -of gales andiYokonama at aiz In tne afternoon,
tremendous aeas gravely threatened to .TLe liner has nineteen cabin and ten
cause . much .damage to the .- gallant Uecond-class pasaengers for Honolulu
American schooner Defender . with ; and . 105 through for the Orient nd
considerable loss of a valuable sbip-) 116 steerage. For Honolulu there are
ciett at sugar.'-; ;? ; u. ; . (11? bags of malL :. .- A :
iXalllng from Honoipu'on October 4,1 . The Siberia was1840 mllesputat
the schooner finally reached the coast fght o'clock 'last night i nr9uti?jto
only, after having gone through weath- Japan. ' All well aboard. : - ; f
er that tried the patience and skill ofj The Wllhelminaenroute to San
Captain Ericson, who finally-got his Franciico wasi128 jnllep o?T pprt last
vessel to the refinery with 1W55 night at eight. f-YAvr.'
sacks of sugar intact C .' ; r - ' T ' ''"; '
-Jte , Defender ; encountered . light Hy9 tiimitr .ieif fit ijrt Zjl
from HOnoIpu. Then came a succes
sion of southeaeterly gales wfcich last
ed for six days.' On October 23 the
wind attained a velocity, of 90 miles
an hour. , The - spanker, Jib and
staysail were blown away, everything
' movable was . wasted from the deck
and considerable damage was done by
tfce teas, that swept repeatedly clear
ever tbe'tlilp. ,. . . ? '? , '
According to reports received at Ho
nolulu yesterday tfce damage done the
Defender is rated as nominal, and re
pairs to.the vessel, will be made there
icfore the vessel proceeds . .to s the
r.crthwest to take on lumber. '. .' The
.wl::ds prevailing at-the time are said
tn l ".ve jnalntaiaedithe velocity of
Lurricanc, .. .. --..
r---th!p Magnate, returns . to New
. .i;r James Mills was the..- dlstln-.
ru! l.cd passenger' that JoInect the'Ca
--n-AuftraJian licer Jlarama at
'-lu, the. liner sailing -for tfce C1
s fhcrtly after ten o'clock, las I
't " ? British Etcarr.shJp magnate,
aL:.3 rcrr.iLinln? non-conam.!ttal while
i.erc rc-rding the effect of the Pa
j 1 C,i-.-l, on Taclfic Coast and
V.z . ehlrpins, Eamjtted that
vctcrvey fcn to be opened
industry i-"', a .topic of
:.-2 lrtercff V.-r t'. out J, Great
.-.r.J th? cc:.iicnt. .
- C o Etry cf Cir James .Mills
c i.t l:c U credited .with,-ex-
- ) is tctcrm.Ir.nUcn that he
. imr icvins the Union
c :t cf r-.n Trnnctsco. J Io found
- :t:;3 in i;urctn sins' new 'ship?
however, because cf the
'.zn cf-tho ynrds.cnd the labor
:. . N.'I.ca letter c;';crtuultieu
ct: .. :ci V r Jnmcs tnii that new
li I? purchn.-ci.and placed
. . is returning to Ixe'Zca
, : .' while a visiter at Honolulu
: '. -v'li Tv.eny ccurtcc.irs and.. vis
i..: 'ce'.ins rciats fclout . the -lsl-
' in IUI!s is i;'ow. master. of the
-.. r :'.'.::: II. A. :c:rrisoy.
; Itvl'.i r.dc his first appear
. t t:.2 ; crt ns the tUrrcr, cf the
, ly hevciins well r.Ish the
; ::...lt to the tn.rbor. much
1 r; rice
cf the pert officials
1 was trousht.to a herth
i wharf late in the after-
; 'I-iicwlns the di; charge of
ere hundred tons cargo, and
... -cf tevcral hundred tons
tl. 2 i:r.cr vas dispatched for
.u.hland and Cjdaey at-ten
: liner was' well fined v with
t . 'parrenrcrs. Eisht cabin and
t .1 t'.:.o pa.'acnsers , Joined the
v .1 at llcnclulu.. ; .
A tea-.n cf An straliaa cricketers
A ere perrons cf interest among the
r, r, ,. ,m, S .rt -, " J-' r
C :.!na V.'etl -Filled With Pissenjeru ;
The PaciSc Mail liner China now
c:: tne way down from San Francisco
t-1 exp-eicd to arrive off the port
a'.. : 7 alc-t eiht o'clock tomorrow
ir.;::-': i veil tiled' with cabin anu
Etc::wi raaaecseis according to a re-
The China . will berth at Alakea
The China Is listed for dispatch Inr
Jsp"n end China ports at five or Fix
Ce';ck'tan.3rrow eveniaif: The liner
la L.-.'a "ins 1S cabin, 10 second class
p. . :::: era for this porti while taoi
traveling through to the orient num
ler 105 cabin and 116 Asiatic steer-
l rr . ' .- '. ;
r ' . . , -
The ChiDa nac a rather small targo.
fui discharge 5 Jiere.. ; A . later ? mail
arountIng to .117 sacks is to arrive
dt this vessel.-; ; v
The China wil berth at ; Alakea
Frcrr.ite $ailirij for. the South Sea's.
.. The last: of 1100 tons'" phosphate
rock from Makatea : Is being - dls-
charged from, .the Norwegian '.ramp -
; freighter P;omise . and Jhat vessel is'
cTrretrd vn get -away- e for .the
Suuth Seas this evening. The Prom-
tca, there ro tan ,cn another shtp
ireiit of phosphates for Honolulu fer?
tntzcr coTEjianies. - The- vessel -has
1 ocn chart ered for at least one round
,-?rks Frow The. Wireless
tc: tiultu -wii eless '"station 1 was
te.a w 1th the Pacl39 Maiyinr.Chi-'of
it 4a&t nxsiit -acjcii vetsei is enroute
r-n .Francisco ; and is . "Deported
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Office, King Street opp. :Uni, Grill
S!f O LintE DffiOE
-The Matscn. raviatlon .freisrter
Hyades is bringing jl large Qu.-.ntity i
oi lumher for ciiChare -tt the xever
al island ports according, to a wire
less merEa.Ta received ct the eencyJ
of . Castle and Cocke. The vf-:el Js
nearlng .the port .and should , rrr.ive
at Jlcnolulu . ; tomorrow. , .aft cm oca,
where -.2100 tons carsa, 73,2 13 1 feet
lumber and several thousand bundles
of lath and thlnsles will be discharg
ed. The vessel also; -t;s freight for
Port Allen there being iCD tens Mer
chandise and 5,S24 feet lumber. for
that port At Kaanapali the,Hyaflesf
will be discharged of ISO tons cargo
and 22,913 feet lumber, Kahurui f rei' J
gbt including -760 tons merchandise t
and feed 'with '235 railway ties for
the ICahullu railway., At HIlo the Hya-
des will be discharged of 650 tons
freight and 111,457 feet cf lumber.-,.
The vessel will pre h ably remain la
the' Islands for ten days to two weeks,
in discharging and, taking on cargo? monster cargo brought to the Islands
destined for the mainland.. ; . - fin the American-Hawaiian frelshter
: ft,, '--' i,. j? ,V:ptcxican , from. file jnalnland. -...'
Mo'r'::l'!a Wet In Towch, with. WirsTets "' Tte Amerlcan-IIawailaa freighter
The Pacific. Mall liner Mongolia is Mexican will be . dispatched jfor San
still out of touch with . the local wire Francisco by , the way of .island , part."
lees stations, but the vessel Is under on Sunday evening according to Jth
stood as leaving thejast portof call jpreseat expectations of the a?ent .'-
in Japan with a . rather light list of 1 A tiredge has began at work fardeep
catin passengers,. According to ad j eclng the Walklki end of the harbor
vices received by cable' the- steamer? sheeted as the site for the new Inter
has room,Xor ona hundred and fifty 1 island Coating dock. The old shed
additional passengers in the cabin. formerly covering . the Bishop 1 wharf
..The Mougoia. is bringing a veryihas been demolltbed, ; . .
large freisht for discharge at Hono- Sailing from San r'ranclsco on Nov
lulu, there being 2300 tons of Oriental 'ember 5th. the ; United States army
merchandise and supplies oa board to Ursntport.Ch'eridsn 8hoiil'4 arrive from
be left during the stay at this portJ San Francisco on or about next Tues-
The Mongolia should reach the quar
antine Tuesday at noon and may. be
dispatched for Sah Francisco by ten
o'clock the follbw'lng day. ' 5
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r - -k . y,' elch'CI e? r? d I Fpr ' SanFraiv
vCifCO. . Ur'::
General cargo - for the. most part
scap Iron, tin, empty bottles and gaso
line drums to the amount of, six .hun
dred tons in ca the way to the ccast
in the Americsn tark Andrew Vtlch
T.LIch quietly '.!rped away frcm the
old KInau wharf shortly after, nine
o'clock this mcrnins her destination
Lcirj Can rranclsco. ' z "'''--'V I V
Three passengers were: booked - for
passage to the mainland in 'the wind
jammer.- "(.'"v - -. '-"-'v- VV-':V "vvfV
The Welch arrived here" the fiirst
part of October with a large, amount
cf material for Pearl Harbor ; . rl.
Waul An Arrival Today, . v -"
Little or no cargo was offered the
Inter-Island steamer Maul, on ,the-return
voyage from Hawaii to Honolulu.
ine vessel met ; witn tair, weatner,;shn Francisco Ed. S. Parker,: Mrs.
un moaerate wma ana seas, ine
Maul as been placed, on ; the t berth
and Paauhau at -f ve o'clock tomorr .
row evening, taking -out quantities cfj
forflHfff t rrmsnf anil' InnliA. fVt.t
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all ports along the Kona coast..- :!
Mex'can to Remain Until unds
, Sunday has been set lor the - de
parture of the ., American-Hawaiian
treighter Mexican from Jlonolulu for
San Francisco by .the. way of , Kahulul
and Huo. . The vessel is . being dis
charged cC a .cargo made up of about
tea thc :and ' tons merchandise, tlour,
feedstuUs and ; sundries., Tbe 'vessel
will sail froui the islands with'ahout
2a00 tons Hawaiian; products.,.
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THREE LEADirjG'SUGAR- ' -,
i' Except for a drop of a quarter point
In Honokaa, shown In the sale: of a
hlcck cf 135 shares between sessions
at S flat there is no change in , any
ugar stocks sold.' Only three others
are In this category7-abu,- Ewa and
Hawaiian 4 Commercial & Spgar-rrend
no sale is larger: than '. fifty -shares.
Hawaiian ) Commercial ?ls -the only
ptock' changing, hands ' on the .board
ioday;-v-::? , i-J K-: 'v v
i Besides Honokaa already mention-
Shares 'of Eva at 28, all in .lots -rang
ing from 6 to 50 shares, were sold in
; recess. on the Doard ti. u. ft.: B.- sold
at : Tor for 3
lots.;: 'iv .
liu shares in, six unequal
SonnyAw, pop, j dont ."wanter
study arithmetic. FopWhat! a ; son
vmlne, grow, up and notJe;aple to
figure., up baseball
scores and batting
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. Phone t2H
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SAX ;mA.VCICO Sailed. Kov. 7.
1 2 p. m.. S. S. Hilonlan. for Puget :
l ; found: . . :.' . ' . i-:'.-.::. ... . . i
Arrived, Jsv. 7, 2 a. at, S. SYen
tura, Itence Nov. 1.
- Arrived,- Nor. 7 g. S.: Virginian,
-v from. huo, Oct' 31. - ; , ?
W:r?&'-i Aererramsf ?J& :? I
S. fl. CHINA Will arrive from San :
r Francisco about . m: Friday and .nd the Carnival by distributlag poet
proceed to Yokohama about 5 p. m. ers ; literature among ita agents.
tttle, about 8 p. m. Friday.
u . - '.'u., '-v:r.: .."-t--. 'Nov. , 1912...;.
Temperature a, ;m- .70; .8. a. in.,
"7; lO.a. m, 77; 12 soon, 80. Mini
mum last jijght 9, v'. : ,
windr-e a. . m, velocity ,t , J.; a a.
VtlXiZK BMitffrtSe portrayal cf romeof
Barometer at 8 a. m. 30.04. Rela
tive humidity, 8;a.. m 7, rDew-polnt
at a.?xn.. f..
a. fiiCTf. r
v The . Interlsland steamer '.Kllauea
was sent to Pearl Harbor yesterday
where she will - unlaod : the six hen-
:dred tons sand brought down from the
coast . , - .;','.: '- . v
Material for ; Pearl f Harbor, dry dock
and Uation construction is on board
the barkentine Mary WJnkelman that
is reported, to have sailed from Mulke-
teo on "Tuesday 'ic; 'v
i Structural steei ; for ; Hawaii : anil
Maul railways was included ; id tf
day. The troopship Is enroute to , the
Philippines by the way of the. island
of Guam."-; ; 'M.' ,,V- ; . .' 7' .' : .'
From present indications, about
filty thousand. cases of preiervetl, plne-
apples will be forwarded to the .main
land -:ia:rtbe ; JAmerlcan-liawarian
freighter Mexican "now at the port dis
charging cargo from, .San Francisco
and Sound ports. v ' . !y
Victoria and ? VancouverMarama,
C.-A. S. ' S., pv m. ; --; ' ; " - T:: .
V-' Thursday, November 7. X-
Hawaii ports- Helene," stinr 'k.)tiL
- Wednesday, November t. ' V '
Sydney,, y ia . Sa va V and 5 Auckland-
Marama, C.tA. ,S. S 10 p. to. - i v
TASSX GERS DEPARTED.
vPer Am, -bark Apdred : Welch" for
JdA'KpIg!, andirs Wolff. :
i:t J - ' t -zy-oi '
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The old Channel wharf is to be re-1
Lpalfed for the use of Lewers & Cooke.4
who have lost the use of the pier on .
the vWaikiki side, of the Bishop street
Sllpy where the Inter-Island new float-'
i wfwnm. n w oensiaixea. ine
--."-. j .. WW.
P 1' : Channel wharf, -acting .
mppi nr iwKurniv , irrcrnrmn rorinn
ZZ ii3 rt- -Poor, to ,1909; when; Philippine
feed 'nufi V?XftStmiwn:4 admlttedinto our
i The board declined to consi
Plea at Walter Buck. San Frapclsco Zl
represenutive of the -Associated Oil W
Company, who asked that that con.' em",f J J ?f
cern be given sole use of the fuel oil V) he 7fT 4heir,Wans
pipe Oine... He-argued .thatfte uel,?cstr ?bJpmfn1or
supplied by his company .was of a! e M reached . . over 'eighty
different grade from the oils furnish-4 s9Ten-millIons.'. But as Manila cigars
ed.; consumers by the other-cpmpan-' practically new to .the trade and
ies, and that the pipe line could nottlnelr distribution : had not been well
be. used In common by them because 1 Planned, there follow ed a reaction
the oils gwould not mix. , The board and Imports leli; oft to some .twenty:
some time ago definitely decided that.
the. line, should be open to use by -any
and all oil companies, the oily, stipu-1
ia uuu-jjrmK uiai uiey musx.oe aDie io
Bend oil throuah it at a rate of .1.000
gallpns"j)erliour, and Buck's request
wasianiea fmaennuery. :Z:- . ; ; J
1V FRENCH WRITERS' PAY.
.' According to - a writer : in "
RtyueT, of Paris 4he'r?nk and file of
novelties in Prance draw on an aver-T
se HQOfor; ;each book,' and many of -
them . are thankful - ti" eet: half that I
,'thc topf . the tree earn large incomes
4 and ;.$ome of .them undertake r more
i W U .4 m . .U
, j cr mmtsslon sthan . they can fulfill: Re-
frfIco-arse is. then had to literary "ghosts
'o'whom there are Dlenty In- Paris,
WJJ'kJg to furnish a passable imitation
f$any "writer's work.
Will Help Boom Scheme for the
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Floral Parade Next
; la addition to Walter G. Stolth'aleo
tures, the-Pacific Man Steanashipxom-
Pany la ; going to help boost, Hawaii
the -Kprthwest . Tr. . ,V ' '.U' .1 V
" In a letter received by aecretary
Wood of the promotion comrsjttee, A.
G. Kerrel, general passenger agent
for the steamship company writes as
1 jyesterday received; ' call Jrom
your president Zeno K. Myert, and
had 'quite '?a . conversatldh :with im
concerning your next February Cap.
nivaV I understand Irom llr Myers
that' this, year it is -to take on a. dif
ferent Xorm, and that. you . are cop
the tarly Listory of ; the -aianda; for
VCy C. S. ALBERT
"fSpeelal Star-BulteUa1 Correspondence
. WASHlNX3TO,; IK Ml :Eoct ;25
Lying at the naVyi yard here ,1s the
pew revenue - .cutter Miami, which,
with her sister J ship,? the Unalga, is
the latest : addiUox to" the -new,- navy
of the Treasury Department, , which
now consists . of about thlrty:five ; fine
vessels . for . cruising service, - the
larger portion of which are new. As
the revenue cutters are: designed for
service In war as well . as : ml peace,
the news cutter is here . to, receive
her armament; of six-pouader rapid
fire guns, built for her by te 'me
chanics at , the. Washington naval ord
ranee foundry. She prpbably will' be
in port here, until ,the early part of
the next week, and will go from here
to Newport News for some minor
changes In ber coal bunker1, arrange-
raent before going, to Key; West, ber!
station. :'.-'.';.--; .::'-' --' -
The cruising territory of. the Miami
lies- within the tropical .hurricane belt,
and as she will often be called upon
to go to the assistance of yessels in
trouble in- these great storms, and
will have to brave theviolence of the
gales while on these' life and v prop
erty saving expeditions, she has been
built strongly , in, order -to withstand
pounding of heavy; seas..' ':-:..i r; ,-:' ;'
Within the past year many lor' the
revenue cutter service ships on the
Atlantic coast stations have visited
the navy yardi bP"! to- toe: fitted - with
new and modern, guns - in : place of : the
somewhat .antiquated armament with
which they , xare equipped, i , .Those
ships that . have npt come' here - to be
rearmed will do so shortly.; It is the
policy 1 of the Treasury ' Department
to have all 'its vessels in. the best. of
trim for service. JThe placing of new
armament -on them Is In keeping with
this policy!-:The ships on the Pacific
are being- fitted ; wth new uns at
Mare Island,' Cal.i .' ';r--i--:'i
- Encouraging reports recexyed ? dur
ing thr last- few, months by the "bu
reau of insular affairs , aa to. the
growth . 'of prosperity In J the " Philip
pines have been confirmed by the an
nual reports ;ot the. cdljeciors of r; ln
temal revenue and of customs f
. -The total amount of .'internal reve
nue 'collected iri the year ended "June
SO, 1912, was $1092,084.15, as com
pared with a -total collection during
the fiscal year ,-1911 .of .0,603,065.60,
an increase of 49S9.01S.&5, equal' to
10.3 per . cent, , of which the ,sum, of
$450851.50,18 due : to i receipts from
new. cources, a3 the sum "of J32S.1C7
is due to increases in the output, from
manufactories of taxable articles and
to : a . general improvement in .busi
ness " conditions ' throughout . the : isl?
ands.v .;i .v--r s-cC:.;--
; The total cost of collection. ,was
S.06 per icent heref; having:;' been a
constant: "decrease' of 'this . adminis-
tratlve ; expense since, 1908, ,wben it
was O per cent; a decrease due la
the past to the increased amount
.handled; by the various suborrices.
. - . . t m - , .
-gars- mauuiaciureu . irom -less ,i uiau
isq.ooojSOO in 1906 to 1 284,000,00 in
seven .muiions. the. next year. :
: in- tne meantime, nowever, f nuip
pine cigars were finding favor as
smokers came1 to know them and in
.1912 .the ahioments.- to the -United
States .reached upward, of 70,000,000.
t- The' increase ..in ; the amount of the
percentage tax-paid by merchants and
manufacturers indicated an increase
of nearly, 20,000,000: in .the internal
trade of the islands exclusive of liquor
and tobacco,;,;. - ,1 A. f v
The PhiliDDinn collector, of customs
. V ' k. W . .. - w ..WV. . VV
the .amount of. import, duties,. largely
due to the larger amount of rice. in-
ported .owing, to . the short crop 4 pro-
d need in
the Islands. Jhe tout cus-
toms revenue according to the ingui-
ar treasury was $8,908,122.64. Io, ad-
dition the amount of $230,723.39 was
lustance. the landing of Kamehameha,
and aubsequent doings of that illustri
ous gentleman. '. ''. ' . ;i
VI think that?thlariTan excellent
Idea. and without any criticism , of
your previous February Carnivals, one
which . will appeal jmuch ; more strong
ly to 1 the tourists, and '.certainty to
the interests pf all the residents of
the Islands. It seems to me rthrLtha
ol customs and life which ' are . fast
being forgotten and dying dut should
be brought np every ,so often in ortcr
to . keep the charm of the Island as
much alive as possible.
;In looking- over our proposed acft
dule for 1911. 1 find that we have the
"Mongolia: listed for February 15.
whicn would Tjrlng her to Honolulit at
the right time. We will do all we can
to '.get a,large crowd.,-;. i. :.
s "t bave recently received from" Wal?
ter Scott a, supply of your hangers
and postal .cards, wblch we ""will take
pleasure in distributing amcpg our
agents.. Permit me. t.to ..congratulate
collected at Jolo.and Zambcangs and
paid into - the treasury .of: ,Mxro. pro-
.' The Atlantic reserve 'fleet probably
will participate in target practice next
spring. In the orders organizing that 1
fleet it was provided that the vessels
composing It should conduct ;target
practice as nearly as ' possible under
the. service conditions as was done by
the - regular battleship fleet To d,o
that it will be necessary to (ncreas
materially the personnel of . the re
serve ships and active recruiting will
soonibegin. . "';.;,;'
: The ships of the Atlantic fleet now
at . the navy, yards IwlU . begin their
elementary, target practice about the
1st of November.' Shortly after 1 that
the divisional long-range firing will
be started. Invitations ..have been ex
tended to officers of the army and the
organized militia to visit the fleet and
witness the target practice.
.Gen. Bixby, chief nginecr has
gone to San Francisco to inspect for
tifications and river and harbor works
on the Pacific coast--;.".;.-u
'0 First gUeut Arthur Pi Crist U. S.
M. Cv bas 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 lieutenant in the Ma
Ine Corps in January, 1904, and was
promoted to.firsMIeutesant in-March,
1905.: Since June, 1903, he has been
on duty in -the office of the Judge ad
vocate general of the navy at the Navy
Department , a : , p-ix,:, i,:-
Second Lieut Clifford A.- Gardner i
of the Philippine Scouts, recently pro-1
mbted from sergeant of Company A J
Engineer JBattallon,, at ., Washington ;
barracks, has been "presented with a !
handsome sword by; the nonccmmls- j
sioned officers of the battalions He Is
a. native of VernonK N. Y and has
served three years in the : ranks. He j
l? now on "-his way toe the- Philippines.
(Continued from Pa 3s 1)
the basis for computing, strength here
after - : - ,-. '.. . -.i;. - ,"; :l
OnranizaL'on Gees On,' A 'Ai :,
With all the energy and Urelessness
for which he Is celebrated the colonel
has -now taken up the wprk of steady
organization and the education of the
plain , people to a realization , of the
fact that no other:, man can afford
them, protection ,rpm the trusts and
tbe "malefactors of great wealth',; but
himself.- He will create a machine for
political purposes In s every state ind
county,. 'He will continue Ills propa
ganda, oc enlightenment '. . ,-,
v. It goes without saying that j3eorge
W.. Perkins, Frank-A. Mujnsey Dan It.
Hanna and other men of enormous
fortunes will furnish alt the funds re
quired to carry , out the , plans formu
lated by CqL Roosevelt Jle wiU have
abundance, of cash at. his disposal,,
Task Not Thocgkt Hard., : u txl
The task undertaken by' Col.. Roose
velt Is much less arduous than might
jbe supposed. He was but .21 votes
short of. receiving the Republican, nom
ination at Chicago instead of President
Taft :v A change of 11 votes would
have rendered him vlctorl . With four
years of ; preparation and education .it
is easily seen that tbe colonel, may pull
down the plum without losing a great
deal of sleep,
UiSS BULKELEY WEDDED
- "f :T0 UR.iHY0E.SLlITH
3, The' culmination: Lof-' a romance
which-started on board a 1ner hound
for Honolulu occurred yesterday .. at
Washington, D-, C,, when : Miss -Gras-
sie Virginia Bulkeley, daughter .of
MrsT William - A, .GIllfc wlf,e of ; the
command of the U. S. S.-Colorado,!
became tl(e : .wife ! of ,51r. J Bayard
Hyde-Smlth brother-' of Mrs. Haroid
Dillingham: of , Honol ulu. v ; V : 'A
" -The engagement Lwas . asjiojunced In
Honolulu, Mr. iapd Mrs. ' Hyde-Smith"
having met when journeying 10 the
Islands. . The, wedding was a. sqciety
event ; at the National" Capital, and
-took place at the reeidenceVof thai
uuueo snuiuiuuiun, mis. ouiatuej.
at the Portland. The cpuple will
spend their honeymoon abroad.
FT RATE FOR dicplat ADvr:nTisi::3 ovua 2:t5 INCIUn... 's
, UXTII JAM. 11313 (PrtTerrti Poaltfaa ,15c r::a
TRANSIENT RATE JLSO first Insertion and tabsequent Uiues pro rata.
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. -V.rAClii:;GTCN, Oct 13. In view
of -: the fact . that several years will
elapse before tbe government will
have built the proposed. new tlrr-rt-mental
buildings on the river' tr.J cf
the mall, -arrangements are tciri
made to have priva'e cir'trl ir.t'- t
itself ia a new .t-'.'.IIag for tl ?
partner; t cf conrtree and ' ' .r,
whose various bureaus are r.07- wide
ly eeattered over the city. It U un
derstood ttiat in a short. tin: 3 . :re
tary Na-r:l will accrrt cne cf ; ral
propcalticn3 t-at Lave been c..-reJ
by local carltallsts, and tt within
a year thcra v. ill' be c - , ::ted, in
the.. down-to ?.'a eactlon cf t e city, a
building lare enourh to hau 3 the en
tire department .The lease will . be
made for five years, at the end cf
which periei it Is lihely that .th 3 nr.'
taarble buildin'r for the department
will bave teen cenatructrd.
The governmental pUs call ier
five decartmental tuildLngs ca.'the
five square3 of ground between Four-
teenth, "Fifteenth end B etrccti and
Pennsylvania avenue. These t ; arc 3
were purchaaai by crder cf C;. -
mere than a year r.5, ar. I
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