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9 HONOLULU BTAK-BULLETIK, TUESDAY, DEC 3, 1912.
IA FROM COLONIES
I UI1ULII UUililU
Purser P. Coxa'!? sntil twa months
ago connected villi the lir. : Zea
landia and for the past fifteen years
a regular visitor at t!e port of Hono
lulu as an official in Canadian-Australian
liners dud at Sydney, ST. S.
V on November 20th.
Such Was the news brought to this
city this morning with the arrival of
the Zealandia? which completed a fine
run from the colonies to Honolulu by
the way of Auckland and Suva,
' Prior to the placing of the Zea
landia on v the Vancemver-HOnolulu-Suva-Auckland-Sydney
run, . Coxall
was identified with the official family
on board the old steamship Aorangi.
Commander J. S. D. Phillips was
much affected over the loss of a well
liked officer, the news of deaUThav-
lowing the departure of the liner from
Sydney to Auckland.
fVtYAll fa Raid tn have been about
t - vv.... - - - , - -
forty years old. He was a man of
a family, a. widow and one cmid sur
viving. He made bis home at Syd
'iiey during the greater part of his
service with the Union ' Steamship
Company. ; " '.;' -"v; '
t From what . could- be learned, this
morning the popular steamship man
passed away as the result of tubercu
losis. When the official last visited
Honolulu, tw6 trips ago, he appeared
to be the picture of health.. .
; .It was shortly ? after his arrival at
Hyaney mat ne is saia 10 nave con
tracted a sudden cold that rapidly
developed Into something far more
serious. .' -;-; '-..
H. S. Faulkner, prominent In Union
Steamship circles and rater' as an ac
commodating and obliging officer-has
been appointed to - take over-' the
duties of purser in the Zealandia.
He returned in - that capacity in the
; ) The death fcf " Purser Coxall received
at sea served: to cast a deep seated
BpeePof gloom about the vessel: ' ...
, :. , '--' '-;;'';
Charters continue to v Bring :
;r" :,; .i,:?!11;" " Deiieved to have been acute
: Tacoma, Nov. ll.In spite, of the for Honolulu and 2733 tons for dis
frelghts prevailing in the shipping charge at Hilo. In the Honolulu cargo
world, the charter retains a marked ere .three automobiles.- V f
activity. The list ' of charters made J One Interesting Item- !n the freight
lout iW1r InrhloA f iftn nr twptltT rrrnA In fho Hnnnlnlii la a atilnmant
fixtures In the foreign trade from the
North Pacific. Comparisons of -rates
.out some interesting figures, The old
union rate of 27 shillings 6 pence that
prevailed in ivu is now aooui aouo
led: for grain to the United Kingdom.
; In ; the lumber trade sailing "vessels
. a a . a .ai a i a a. i t
were receiving" In 1311; 61 shillings :s
pence to 63 shillings for the, voyage
'from the Sound to th United; King-
noV at Vancouver loading, is receiv
ing 80v shillings for the voyage. In
March, 1911, she was on Puget Sound
loading, for practically the same voy
age at 61 shillings 3 pence. At the
same period in 1911 the French bark
Le Perouse was at Eureka loading
for the United Kingdom at 64 shill
ings v pence. Tramp steamers are
' also receivings rate as high in com-
nnv4enn m f t rr a ihoHAffl Tti - loaf
week's charter list was announced the
British bark Jordan Hill to load lum
ber on Puget Sound for the United
Kingdom, for which she is to receive
5 shillings. She Is chartered by
Comyn, Mackall & C6. .
Persia Due at Daylight. , :
: With four hundred tons of cargo
from the ,Orieut, the Pacific Mailer
of . Japan ports is to arrive at' the
port at daylight tomorrow morning
1 according to a wireless received .to
day at the. agency of H; Hackfeld and
Company. - The Persia will berth at
Alakea wharf, where two hundred and
Jifty tens of coal will I e supplied the
vessel; Tne f ersia is unaerstood as
booked full with cabin '. passengers.
For Honolulu thera is a number of
Asiatics, including Filipinos and Japa-
i nese,: It is expected tnat tne vessel
i t . js i a . " J . oi- ;
win ue uispaicccu iur ;san rranexsco
on orabout three o'cIoca Wednesday
afternoon.' . - : -:
- ' . ,.
Japanese freighter Has Coal for
. Port. . " ' .
Sailing, from Japan on Nov. 20, the
Japanese freighter Tokai Maru is
ITnitit Stfltpa . oiiarterm a tpr' dpnart.
menu ,me vessel ana cargo -win oe
handled through the Interisland
Steam Navigation ' Company. The
freighter is expected to arrive here
onor about Dec 10.
- . . Pa .
Windjammers Depart for the Coast.
Two deep-water Vessels sailed from
Hilo for the coast last Friday evening,
leaving that j ort deserted of overseas
tonnage. Tpe American 6chooner
Okonogan an! the 'barkentine S. G.
Wilder havirg been discharged of car
goes of lumber departed Jor the north
Pacific coast, j
Interisland Saiiin;s This Day.
Following the departure of the In
terisland steamer Kilauea for Kona
and Kau. ports at hoo today with the
. steamer Mil.aha!a for Mahukona, Ka
waihae and Mokolau a close second,
HAVE YOUR BAGGAGE
several coasting steamers are sched
uled to take a departure this evening,
carrying passengers, late mails and
general cargo. ji
The Helene is slajted for departure
for Kohalalele, Kukuiau, Ookala. and
Laupahoehoe. the vessel to sail at
five o'clock. The Manna Loa has been
p!aed on tbe Kinau run to Kauai
ports, leaving at five this evening.
Tbe Likelike, to cover the run to
Maui, Molokai and . Lanai ports in
place of the Mikahala. will also de
part at five this evening.
Japanese Dies on Mauna Kea.
Death visited the Inter-Island
steamer Mauna Kea early this morn
ing as that vessel neared ; Honolulu.
A Japanese named. K.' Kaoiiro. ; who
! Ho died from
tuberculosis. ) The
man ; appeared
ailing when he took passage at JIllo.
As far as the officers were able to
discover, the deceased ' has no rela
tives in this city. : Coroner Charles
Rose took charge of the remains with
the arrival of the Mauna Kea; this
morning. ' He will hold an inquest to
day. ' . ?:..-: "
The Steamer met with fair -weather
on the return trip, A ; small list of
cabin passengers ; returned. " Freight
Included small shipments-' of ; wine, 2
autos crates of chickens, 2 mules,
and 57 packages sundries.! Purser
Philipps "reports. the Inter-Island
steamers Claudine, - Kauai, Kaiulani
and Keanhou at HIIo at the time the
vessel : sailed from the Hawaii port
for Honolulu. " No. deep water shins
j at Hilo. the schooner Okobogan and
oarKenune wilder, having sailed for
the coast on last Friday evening."
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Honolulan Here In The Morning.;.
The Matson : Navigation iteamer
Hcmolulan from San Francisco Is ex
pected to be an early arrival tomorrow
morning with 42 passengers for Hono
lulu and a mail including 84 sacks for
Australia and 238 sacks for this port.
The vessel brings 3381 tons cargo
0i, 2000 boxes' of apples. The vessel
v, 111 proceed td Hilo Instead of Kahu-
v i v ,t f ' -!:-
Honolulan Report. . ,-' .
The following wireless message has.
been received by, the agents- from
the S. S. Honolulan bound for Hono
lulu:;'" .".'i-V-i ;..;i;.4
; S. JS. Honolulan Dec. 2, 1912; S:0Q
p. m.For Honolulu: 42 passengers,
338 bags mail, 146 W. F. X. '.matter,
3816 tons cargo, 3 automobiles. ; For
Hilo : 2733 tons cargo ; 84 bags mail
to connect with S S Makura tor Aus
tralia, . Ship , will arrive Wednesday
morning and dock at the Hackfeld
wharf.- " '.;-"v-;- r-Yici ' -v,-.
Cadets Returning in The Zealandia.
; A company of i Vancpuvpr school
cadets to the number of sixty-two are
passengers in the Canadian-Australian
liner Zealandia, having spent some
four months on a tour of Australia and
New. Zealand where a series of ex
hibition drills were given. The lads
are under the care of a corps of able
instructors They report having been
royally entertained at many of the
centers of population In the common
wealth. ; -' ' '' '
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Wilhelmina Will Sail Lightly Laden. .
. Taking a small amount of cargo, in
cluding pineapples, coffee, rice and(
sundries but no sugars the Matson
Navigation steamship Wilhelmina is
to depart for, San Francisco at ten
o'clock tomorrow morning. The liner
will carry a small list of cabin and
steerage passengers 'judging from the
advance booking at the office of Castle
HHonian At Hilo.
The ; Matson Navigation steamer
Pinonian was ' expected to arrive
at Hilo today, there to complete the
discharge of mainland freight and
complete cargo intended for San Fran
cisco. The HHonian it Is believed will
(ail for the coast tomorrow afternoon.
Per C.-A. S.: S. Zealandia, from
Sydney via Auckland and Suva: For
Honolulu: Mrs. H: Blora field Brown,
Xllss C. Blomfield Brown, J. Ichicawa.
Mr. and -Mrs. W. S. . Mackay, F. J.
Moore, H. C. Moore, M. J. Get z. Dr.
W. C. Chilson, Mr. and. Mrs. W. F.
Markhams. Dr. Ireland, C. M. Wil
son. Dr. W. T. Brigham; Mrs. W. C.
Peacock,-Miss Peacock, Mr. and Mrs.
Odell. Miss B. Carelli and two child
ren. Jack Hall, Miss E. Glenlapper,
J.s Lycett, Mr. and Mrs. M. Wright,
Miss Wright, Master Jacobson, Rev.
and Mrs, H. Wason, D. .Donald, C.
Per str. Mauna Kea, from Hilo via
way ports: Capt. Wm. Home, T. J
Henry, wife and son, H. E. Smith, N
R, Smithr J. S. Escellas, F. A. Ross
HANDLED BY RELIABLE
DEAD AT SYDNEY
VESSEL TO AND
r - FROM THE ISLANDS
Special Cable' to -Merchants
Tuesday, Dec. 3
NF:WCASASTI.E Sailed, Nov. 21. S.
S. Saiut Kilda for Honolulu.
San Francisco Sailed. Dec. 3. 2:30
p. m., S. S. Sierra for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed, Nov. 29, BarkenUne
S. G. Wilder for Grays aHrbor.
HILO Sailed. Nov. 29," Schooner
Okanagon for Port Gamble. .
S. S. .PERSIA Arrives from Yoko
hama Wednesday morning and sails
for San Francisco about 3 p. m. .
S. S. MAKURA Will arrive from!
Victoria Wednesday at 2 p. m.
S. S. HONOLULAN WiU arrive from
San Francisco Wednesday morning
with '42 passengers, 338 bags of
mail, 38J8 tons cargo, 3automo-
. biles; for 'Hilo: 2733 tons' freight;
for Australia: 84 bags mail.
U. S. A. T. LOGAN Will arrive from
Manila Wednesday morning.
and wife. Mr. Sleeper,- Win. ! Pullar,
Jas. Webster, Mrs. Rabinowitz,
Misses Rabinowitx (3), H. Rabino
witz, L. S. Conness, Mrs. T. G.
Thrum, C.- C. Conradt, Jas. Hender
son, Mrs. Geo. Russell, W. T. Raw
lins, B. Magglo.
. Through: W. Barton; ',. Hon. Jas.
Borron, A." A. King, , H.; 3." Logan,
Captain 'Davey, Captain F. W. Evans,
Engineer Commanded Henry . Evanrf,
R. N., J. P. Gabbatt, Dr. Gibson, Mr.
and Mrs.' Hartwell, Miss Hartwell,
Mr. and Mrs. H. B.t Hyde. Mr. Md
Ardle,; Captain E.; McTaggart, U JL
Moore, B. Murray" N B. Perkins, W
Robertson Mr. Rosenburg, J. Russell
Sheppard, Mrs. S. Smith. :
Per str. aunaALoa, for KauaJ, Dec.j
s.-L-wr, ana Mrs. Jy.ti. jueyers, Misf
Jf. prown, Mrs. w; K, Orth, , Wm,
Knight, H. M.'-.-: Harrison i Paul
Schmidt, M, M. Graham, Wm. Knight,
Mr; and Mrs. J. R. Meyer3, J. Ef
Hughes, Geo. Buckholtz, Miss Mae
Brown, Mrs. W. K. Orth, W. H. Ree.
Per str. Kilauea, for Kona and Kau
ports, Dec. 3. Dr. and Mrs. Goodhue,
Miss Goodhue,- A". R. Gurrey, E. Kop
ke, Miss JTKapau, Miss Lani Kaaika
pu, J. Nakaiaha, B. F. Vickers, J. Kal
ona, J. M . Morse, Miss N .. R. .Wal
lace. ' ' '''.. V'
: Per str.' Likelike, for Maui' and Mo
lokai ports,. Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs.' J. P.
Per M. N. S. S. Wilhelmina, for San
Francisco. Dec. 4.Mr. apd -Mrs. Chas.
Hall, 'Harry .White, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Croni8e. D. H. Hltchcockt Mr.
Welnrich, Edwin L. Voorsanger, ; Miss
James,' Mr. and . Mrs. E. S. Aid rich.
Mrs. L. Heeh, Mrs. J. L. Fowler, Miss
H. Thompson, Miss F.. Thompson Mr.
and Mrs. Thompson, Miss M. M., Hupp,
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Kraft. Z. Cushing.
R. D. Cleavenger, E. Bishop, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Black. Mr. and Mrs. Percy
L. Davfs. . V.': -V ''.t-' X: '
Per str. Mauna : Kea, for Hilo, via
way ports, Dec. 4. Mr. and Mrs.' O.
Sorenson, U W. Branch, Mrs. W. F.
Sharratt, Mr; and Mrs. Pla, Miss Pla.
Per str. W. G. Hall for Kauai ports,
Dec. 5.- J. R.' Meyers and wife, Miss
A. Sterner. . ; "- j
Per str. Claudine, for Hilo via way
ports,, Dec. 6. Jas. Soon, Mr. and Mrs.
R E . Bond, C . G . Livingston, F. E.
Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Glbb, Mrs.
T, H. Thomas and two children. ' :
; Per str. Mauna Kea, for: Hilo via
way ports, Dec. 7. Mr. and Mrs. W.
J, G. Land, Mr. and Mrs. W. G.' Ogg,
A . Haneberg, J. A. Scott." E . . Scott '
v Per str. W. G. Hall, for Maul and
Molokai ports, 'Dec' 12.' Blanche Nis
hard,' Leslie Nishard. v ;
' Per str. Kilauea, for Kona and Kan
ports, Dec. 13. Mr. and Mrs. f E; E.
Conant, Francis Lyman, Mrs. 'F.': 'A.
Lyman, Master H. Lyman, Miss Ar
nold. "" " ;,'.:
Per stt. Claudine, for Hilor yia way
ports, Dec. 13. -Miss' M. Taylor, Miss
Myrtle Taylor, Miss O. Lindsay, Miss
M. Deas," Miss L Gibb, Miss E. Gibb,
Wm. Hitchcock, Ji Chalmers, A. Wads
worth.'D. Wadsworth, Miss G. .Mein
ecke. Miss E; Chalmers, Miss A Chal
mers, Miss t). Robinson. '
Per str. Jklauna Kea, for; Hilo, via
way ports, Dec. 13 L.,Gay, E. Gay, R.
uay, Kisie uay, Mary uay c. Baid
v.in," W. Paris, Aileen Gibb, Ester
Gibb, Miss Mr Austin, Miss V. Austin,
D. W ads worth, A. Wadsworth, S. Aus
tin,' W. Bond, K." G. Bond, Miss M.
Renton, Miss J. Renton, R Baldwin,
H. Baldwin; Miss Ethel ; Paris', Mrs.
J. D. Paris, A. Paris, Mrs E. Aungst,
Miss Akerman, Miss Madden.
Per str. Mikahala,' for Maui and
Molokai ports, Dec. 17. Miss M. Mey
er, Miss A. Meyer, Miss Annie Meyer.
Per str. W. G. Hall, for Kauai
ports, Dec, 19. Miss A. Grobe, Miss
C Bettencourt, Miss D. Grobe, Miss
V. Wenselau, Miss H. Schimmelfeh
nig, Miss A. Miller.
Per stmr. Claudine. for Hilo via
way ports, Dec' 20. Miss S. Kalino,
Foster Robinson, A. Robinson, C.
Robinson, Miss R. Hansen, Miss M.
Tuesday, Dec. 3.
Sydney via Auckland and Suva
Zealandia, C. A. S. S., a. m. '
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea,
stmr. a. m.
Monday, Dec 3.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, tmr., 5
Kaanapali and Maui ports Niihau,
stmr., p. m.
Hawaii ports Wailele. stmr., 4 p. m.
Tuesday, Dev. 3.
Kona arid Kau ports Kilauea, stmr.
1 d. m.
Pearl Harbor R. P.. Aithet, Am.,
bk., p. m.
Victoria and Vancouver Zealandia,
C A. S. S., 3 p. m.
Photo-Engraving of hirhest trade
ran be secured from the Star-Bolletta
Business interests and residents on
the island of Maui will be accorded
an almost daily mail service with the
Inauguration of the pew and highly
Important change of schedule of, sail
ing and', rearrangement of ports, for
the. Inter-Island steamer Claudine.
;f After months of endeavor upon the
rart of General Manager J. A. Ken
nedy of the Inter-Island Steam Navi-j
gation, Company working in conjunc
tion with Superintendent of Railway;
Mail service George W. Carr, the In-j
ter-Island. was able to make the an
nouncement yesterday of a decided
change; in the route for the steamer
Claudine,, which will result in the en-J
tire elimination of that vessel as a
factor in. the carrying of passengers,
mails and freight from. Hilo. j
The Claudine will cut out Hilo and
beginning with December 13th make
two trips to Maui island each week.
- The Claudine leaving Honolulu - at
five o'clock Friday evening, Decem
ber 13th will call at Lahaina and Ka-
hului, and returning to Honolulu
early Sunday morning. The yessel
will then- be dispatched the following
Monday evening, calling at Lahaina,
Kabului, Hana Keanae, Nahiku , and
Kipahulu, returning to Honolulu on
Thursday morning by the same ports
of call. : ThelClaudine, under the new
schedule now; arranged and announc
ed by the management of the Inter
island. will permit of the yessel re
maining' here on Sunday and Thurs
day evenings.. - : -
Another feature - of the important
change in steamer schedules which
also gdes Into effect with .the middle
of the month: will be the cutting out
of the port of Kahului by the regu
lar Molokai steamer.- Jn other words
the- M.ikahala itf departing on her reg
ular, schedule for Maul, Molokai and
Lanal ports on each' Tuesday ,'evenlng
will not. call at Kahului 14 .' future. ; ;
Manager Kennedy has; also arrangt
ed for the.; inter-Island; steamer Mau
na Kea to call at Lahaina only oh the
regular ' Saturday afternoon trip of
that Vessel ' to 'Hilo..; The- Mauia Kea
also1' will pay : a return visit ta the
Maui port, on the trip leaving Hilo for
Honolulu On Monday, afternoon.
rwith the exception, of but one day,
Maui will -be-served with, a mall each
day;-The Mauna Kea Is tq leave mail
and passengers only on the Saturday
trip. No freight .is, to . be accepted
for Lahaina' on the short run. : .
..v ;..t - ru- v-Tuesday, Dec. 3.
.Temperature 6 . a, m.. Ill 8 a. m,,
73; 10 a. m:, 76; 12 noon, 77. Mini
mum last night, 6S. , '
Wind 6 a. m.. velocity ,8, is . ti. ;
8 a. dl, velocity 2, N. E.; JO a, in.,
velocity 11, E. ; 12 noon, velocity:" iu,
S., E, Movement past 24 hours, 140
miles. v. ' ' r
Tiarometer at 8 a. m.. 29.88. Rela
tive humidity, 8 a. m 82. Dew-point
at 8 a. m., 67. Absolute humidity, 8
a. m.,'Y.202. Rainfall, .46.
Logatt sailed from Manila f Or Naga
saki, Honolulu and San Francisco,
Nov. 15. r : " .
Sherman; -from Honolulu for Guam
and Manila, sailed Nov. 14.
Warren stationed at the Philippines.
Thomas, from Honolulu for ban J? ran-
cisco, arrived Nov. 14. - ' '
Dlx,:: from Seattle for Honolulu, No
" vember 25
HIS NAME MAHUKA, HE
" IS LEFT 0FF.MAHUKA
JURY; ACCUSES C0LBURN
William Mahuka. summoned as
juror In the Makuka site case in the
U,S. district court, this morning de
clared Jn answer to a question oy
Attorney Olson that he had been
compelled bv John F. Colburn to sell
his property, now a part of the pro
posed federal building site, ior less
than he considered it worth.
He said that he originally had
eiveri Colburn an option on the lot.
Which lies behind the-Hawaiian Trust
Company property, fronting Merchant
street, and that he later was virtually
forced to sign the deed giving over
the title to the latter, who in turn
sold it to the federal government.
For this reason, Mahuka said, he did
not think he could decide impartially
on a valuation for the E. O. Hall site,
now under consideration.
Attorney Olson challenged him for
cause and Mahuka was excused from
the jury. " The selection of the jury
is nroceedine raDidly. and it may be
completed this afternoon or early to
Francisco Estrada Cabrera, only son
of the president of Guatemala, who at
tended the University of California in
ll09, died suddenly in h:s native coun
try. Kenda Miyamoto was given a di
vorce from Kinjuro Miyamoto on the
grounds of desertion.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children; -
rha Kind You Hare Always Bought
-: - -awaaaakaa '
SHED H'S ALL
"Ow, strike me blind, but we "aji a
rippin' good time on hour trip to Aus
trylia," said a good-lcoking member
of the band of Canadian high school
cadets which passed through Hono
lulu on the Zealandia today, dur
ing an interview with a Star-Bulletin
reported "But blime I cawn't
sy that Hi Hkes 'pnolulu and
tbe bloomin' Hamerican-customs. As
we cyme off the steamer 'ere, we was
naturally hafter a bit hof amusement,
y'knew, and so Hi ies me into a to
bacco shop and Hi. says to the clerk:
'Can you tell me, w'a ttram do you
tyke for Wy-kl-ki, and Wat is the
tariff?' and bah Jove, a bunch hof
bounders . as 'angs haround one hof
those plyces, set up a bally lawf,
hand for the life hof me, I cawn't
myke 'ead nor tyle to what they was
. "We 'ad tea-'ere at one of the res
taurants, and Hi never lawfed so
much in me life as I.did hat the wy
ters. ' Iawsked one hof them for a
water-cracker, and the bloomin' rum
my brought me iff han'ice pick. Hi
awsked 'im for the cheese,; hand he.
said that the bally cheese was bout;
I forgot to awsk "1m when hit would
be back. Awfter we ad finished hour
tea I lyed a five-cent piece on the
cloth as a bit hof a tip for the man,
an' he looked hat hit a long time and
then 'e said: . 'You must think that
Hi ham going to buy land with that'
Now, wasn't that, absurd? -Fawncy a
wyter buyJng land I , A nan cyme hup
to me hon the street and started to
talk with, -me, hand 'e awsked me hif
HI 'ad ever gone through Austria
Hungary, and ; HI says, to 'im: 'No,
but Hi went . through Austrylia
hungry. Deuced clevab, eh wot? ti
"HI was much hinterested hin the
Haquarlum, but I am: beastly j sorry
that Hi did not get a chawnce to see
the bother hattraction3. : Hi was walk
in' down a bit of a street ban' Hi 'ap
pens to see a sign with read: 'The
Lion. . Cleaned, Dyed and ' Repaired-
Bah jove, HI didnt know s that they
kept a : menagerie . hin De plyce. So
Hi goes in an' awsks to see the lion,
but there was a Japanese man there
who couldn't speak a bloomin' word
of Henglish, so "HI ' didn't get . a
chawnde to 'ave a look bat the animal.
But blime, they certainly keep the
brute In good condition, do't they?
"Hi 'ave been tryin' all morning. to
find a tram to the volcyno, but hevery
body that I awsks habout hit - lawfs
hat me, and one chap told me that jiit
was on hanother Island, so Hi guess
that HI will 'ave to go 'ome wlthdut
seeing hit. Well, Hi guess. that H will
ave to get back to the . bhiomla boat,
y'know, and sy, if you ever come ; to
Canada, look me hup, old chap, look
me hup." And after he had gone - the
street-sweeper came along and swept
up a panful! of the eight letter, of
the alphabet from off the- ground
where , the ; Canadian - had . been
standing. ' ., : ;., v
:'.; 1 ' '. : ' f '. " " "
As exclusively forecasted In the
columns: of the Star-Bulletin , weeks
ago, the British steamer Kestrel has
been purchased by the directors of the
Fanning Island Company and that ves
sel Is now en route trom Vancouver
to Honolulu, here to take on supplies
for Fanning Island the cable relay
station In the south seas. '
The news of the sale of the Kestrel
has been known in local shipping
circles with the arrival of the Ameri
can schooner Fiaurence Ward whlch
brought a, confirmation of the rumor
that the vessel had been purchased for
the Fanning island trade.
The Kestrel will come to the agency,
OC T. H. Davies and' Company and
should arrive here not later than Sun
day. . .,;
This yessel Is, expected to carry
caigqes of copra from Fanning to Ho
nolulu for transhipment to the coast.
REAL ESTATE TRA'SACTI0S.
Entered of Record Deeeraber 1912,
from 10:30 a. ni. to 4x30 p. nu
Chuck Hoy and wf to John Ama
siu :. .. I)
Ellen Bicknell to Chuck Hoy.ParRel
August Bomke and wf to George -N
Carlos A Long tr to John E Bar
gas . . . . Rel
Choy Yin and wf 'to August Bora
O P Soares to Maria Brede . D
Wra R Castle Tr by Atty to Hen
ry J Lyman . . Rel
C F Peterson, by Jdge to Napo
leon K Pukui . . DischgAttchmt
Fanny Strauch and hsb to Wm R
Castle Tr . M
Court of Land Registration
Chuck You to Wm R Castle Tr . . M
Entered of Record December 3, 1912.
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. in.
Manuel' J Tavares and wf to Man
uel M Theodore D
K Miyagusuku to Chas E King. . CM
Kui Hoopii to Wra L Decoto IJ
Mary A Evans and hsb to Mary
A Wiggijp .. D
K Tanisaki to von Harain-Young
Co Ltd CM
Allison M. McFarland, recently ac
quitted in New Jersey of j wife murder,
pleaded guilty to counterfeiting in the
United States district court at New
York and was sentenced to one and
one-half years in the federal peni
tentiary at Atlanta.
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, r v LINE ..VERY POSSIBLE
Hamburg-American steamers will
be running from, Portland to ;. the
Orient and on through to Europe Via
Sues Canal by the first of the year,
if the Chamber of Commerce and
others . Interested in the , establish
ment of such a line exert their, influ
ence to bring that result about, ' de
clares the Telegram. This conclusion
is. reached from remarks made by
Frits H. Krrchhoff. agent at Portland
fqr the China Import & Export Com
pany, who has just returned from a
hurried trip' to New, York, where he
conferred with head officials of the
pany. : .1 :
'"The company has not done, any
thing definite relative to the matter
of having its steamers stop at port
land, says Mr. Kirchhoff, "as the
proposals advertised by. tbe Chamber
of . Commerce have not assumed con
crete form. Until then It will be out
of the question to enter into negotia
tions. Meanwhile Portland should
bring the matter to a head to induce
the line to come here. In order to pre,
vent other Pacific Coast ports from
reaping the benefits to be derived
from the establishment " of the line."
The plan as proposed is for the
steamers to sail from Europe .to the
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W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants.' f
Merchant, near Fort St.
f tf at 4
Far East and thence to San Fran
cisco. On the outward trip they will
go to the Orient and back to Europe, -bringing'
the shippers in touch with
new markets in both quarters. of the
world. As yet it is problematical, as
to what other ports ; on this Coast
than San Francisco the steamers will
make regular, calls. If Ur should be
decided to send them to Portland,
ther will.be one steamer of 10,000
tons ' capacity . leaving J . here every
month. '-.;. .
V G Glese,: manager of the Orientals .
service of the Hamburg-American
Steamship Company, will arrive In
Portland ia a few days to confer with
the Chamber, of Commerce .officials
aad the various shippers. During his
stay it is: believed . that an under
standing of 'a 'definite nature will be
rfnrhor1 na tn . whothpr th ntparripra
will stop in here. It even is held
possible that Portland may he made
the terminal of the steamers on this '
side'; of the Pacific. . '. -
Mr; Kirchhoff formerly was man
ager of the Hamburg-American line in
the Orient, and he has a clc-3 ac
quaintance with all of Its' cfric!ali.
It was for this reason that he
the trip to New York to set t:;jro
them the advantages of Port'-r.l,
which he has decided to maka
t t V ii'