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HONOLULU STAR RHLLETIN. WEDXESDAY, DEC. 4, 1912,
n - nr ' i
'Aloha' Temple, Regular.
. . All Visiting members of the
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
OLULD LODGE, CIS, B. l 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No
616. B. P. O. Elks
meet In their hall, on
King iJt, .near Fort,
erery Friday evening
Visiting Brothers, are
cordially. Invited to at
A. K. MURPHY, E. It
1L DUN8HEE, Sec
Meet on the 2nd
and 4 th Mon-
; day of each
month at P.
HaC 7:30 p. m.
, Members of oth
' ! nt Engl neerV r Associations
r. t a - 11-11 f
ucncnciai are curuiauy in
Association vlted to attend."
r:r. KcKLslet lodge, so. 8,
: K. Of P, . '
Mrttl imr ?n;1 hd ifh Rat nr.
)day evening at 7:30 o'clock In
K. of P. Jlall, cor. Fort and
Beretanla. Visiting brother
uly invited to attend. ,
. - jl f. gertz. a a
F. F. KILBEY. K. R.' ft.
::03i0LULTJ LODGE 50. m,"
, . ' Li p. 0. M. v-
nieet tn ..Odd FeIlowv jmlldlng;,
t street near Klngt every Friday
at 7:30 o'clock.
Itlng hrotberi cordially Invited
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.'. MBROSB J. WTRTZ. Dictator.
JAMES W, LLOYD, Secretary. . :
r MEETING NOTICE:
O'abu Lodge, L O.
G. T., will meet in the
roof garden. Odd F,el
lowa' Bldg., "first 'and
third Tuesday at half-
- . , . past seven p. m.
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2SOTICE TO CflEDITORS.
The undersigned,, having been duly
and .legally appointed Executrix of the
Will and of the Estate of Ezra Augus
tine Rowland, deceased, late of Hoco
lulu, Oahu, hereby gives notice to all
creditors of said deceased to present
their claims duly authenticated and
with : proper vouchers, if any exist,
even' if, the .claim is secured by mort
gage, upou real estate, to her, the said
executrix, within six months from the
date -of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be fore7jr barred.
Dated, Honolulu, Nov. 6, 1912.
ELLA LOUISE ROWLAND,
Executrix of the Will and of the Es
i late .of Ezra Augustine Row
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Attorney for
Executrix. " ..
15386 Nov.-6,13, 20, 27; Dec. 4.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. A'.
Chambers In Probate. In the matter
cf the Estate of Alfred O. Rosa, De
ceased. Order of Notice of Hearing
Fetltion for Administration. On read
ing and -filing the petition of Emily
Rosa of Honolulu alleging that' Al
fred O. Rosa of Honolulu died intes
tate at Honolulu on the 16th day of
October A. D. 1912, leaving property
within the jurisdiction of tlii3 Court
uec?aiyt he administered upon,
and praying 1 hat Letters cf Adminis
tration issue tb her. It is Ordered that
Tuesday, the 17th day of December,
A. D. 1912, ay 9 o'clock A. M., be and
hereby Is -appointed for hearing said
Petition in the Court Room of this
Court in the old Y. M. C. A. Building
in the City and County of Honolulu,
at which time and place all persons
concerned may appear and show
cause, if any they have, why said Pe
tition should not be granted.
By the Court: .
s JOHN MARCALLINO.
Clerk First Circuit Court.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 12. 1912.
5332 Nov. 13, 20, 27, Dec. 4.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Prof. L. A. de Graca has removed
his studio to 421 Beretania St., oppo
site Dr. Straub's Sanatorium,
Office of Chief Quartermaster, Ho
nolulu. T H., Nov. 30. 1912. Bids
will be received until 11 a. m., Mon
day, Dec. ' 16. 1912, and then publicly
opened for the construction of a Res
ervoir. Dam. and Pine Line for Scho-
- ' m
j field Barracks, Oahu. T. H. Full in
formation can be secured upon appl
ication. 1 MAJOR R.-F. CHEATHAM.
5407 Dec. 2, 3, 4, 0, 13, 14.
rAssoclatfd Prei Cable 1
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Dec.
3. The armistice which lias been un
der negotiation was signed late this
afternoon by the plenipotentiaries of
Turkey and of all the Balkan States
To the Advertiser
Major B. Frank Cheatham, Quarter -
master Corps, will resume charge of
tne army transport service at Mono -
lulu this months relieving
No item of swimming news has
created such a stir in aquatic circles
in years as the report that a match
race at one hundred yards would
take place this season between C. M.
Daniels, the idol of the American
water men, and - Duke Kahanamoku,
the Olympic hundred .meter cham
pion. That Austria is , really preparing
for war with Servia, and possibly
Russia, was made much more appar
ent todav with the nublishine of re
ports that one hundred thousand Aus -
trian troops, heavily armed and pro -
visioned, have been massed at Semlin,
Hungary, opposite Belgrade
President Taft today submitted to
congress a message on the foreign re
lations of -the United States. He urges
that the fundamental foreign policies
of the United States should bo raised
high above the connict, of partisan
ship ,and wholly disassociated from
differences as to domestic policy.
The Daily Telegraph's Pekin . cor:
respondent states that among the de
mands of Russia for the settlement
of the Mongolian question is a clause
which .states tuat Russia is determ
ined to obtain railway connections
with ber Persian'" line, not only : at
Urga, but In the western Mongolian
administrative center of Kobdo.
Captain Robert Dollar of San Fran
cisco, before -a senate committee to
day, recommended. changes in the sea
man's involuntary servitude act and
declared his company American Own
ed, operated under ' the .British flag
forfy - per.' cent cheap"eii;than ; it could
under the Stars andisirlpea, because
the laws of England -twerk . not so
Secretary of War Stlmson. has re
turned from a six-dayi visit - in the
Panama . Canal Zone, whither he went
to familiarize himself with the prob
lem of military defense of the: canal.
His' views on this question fwill - be
presented' shortly in his annual je-f
port "The Canal Is almost done,'
said the secretary, "and-there is every
reason to believe that It will be com
pleted well within the time set"
(Special Cable to The Nippu Jiji)
TOKIO, Japan, December 3. The
entire Saionji cabinet will tender its
resignation tomorrow following a
conference held today at which
Premier .Saionji presided. The con
ference was hurriedly called after an
nterview between the Premier and
lis Majesty, the Emperor.
The Premier explained frankly to
the members of the cabinet, the diffi
culties ' confronting them, particularly
as to securing a minister of war.
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HEAVY LOSS IN
Tremendous are the loses sustained
by the sugar men of Hawaii in getting
their product to market, according to
one of the most interesting renors
made to the 1 lanters Association, this 1
: nri - . . . r
uiuiuiux. iue rpon reaas inj)ari:
"All those actively eneasred in tho
- manufacture and shipping of raw tug-
ars from the Hawaiian Islands are
fully aware of an incidental loss
wLi?h occurs during the handling or
sugar in bags, which has not as yet
: received" the attention It merits; your
I committee refers to the mechanical
lor,s of sugars in trans.it from mill to
' market. This loss varies with the dtf
! ferent destinations, and from the dif-
i ferent ports in these Islands. In
j amount it varies from about of a lb.
to 1M lbs., the average being in the
neignoornood or 'lb. of sugar per
. bag of 126 Ibc. gross weight, or a lit
' tit more than of 1 per cent.
"From the present crop of 600,000
tons of sugar per annum we Ioe In
, this direction not less than the amaz
! in quantity of 3600 tons: value to the
: plantations at present-prices'' about
$2."0,000. It has been argued that this
less is to a great extent imaginary be
cause of the impossibility of standard
izing and comparing the scales which
are used for weighing the sugars at
j the shipping and re-eiving ends of the
i rcute. Your committee attaches very
little importance, to any sucn argu-
i ment, as the facts which this report
will disclose show that there is an
nually a serious mechanical loss of
sugars in transit, which can be easily,
accounted for, and should be prevent
ed as far as possible.
"The mechanical loss of .sugars, in
transit from mill to market arises
!fir'm, and Is chargeable .to three dis
. tlucl conditions, as follows:
The quality of material and work
manship in the hags themselves, and
the method of . fastening the filled
bags, the character and class of sug
ars sent to market In the aforesaid
bagr, and the amount and kind of
handling, the hags of. sugar are sub
jected to in transit from sugar factor
ie& to the; refineries. . '
'Some- makes or bags" are more
loosely woven than others. The tight
ly woven bags break more easly -than
the loosely woven bags; on the other
hand the loosely woven bag loses sug
ar by sifting through the fabric espec
ially If such sugars have been first
Washed in the machines and then
steam or air dried, and are of small
grain. It Is of importance to note
tfat the fastening of the bags has con -
siderable influence on the loss of sug-
nr If 'thfl hnffs r hand sewn with
long stitches, and bags are filled full,,
the bag mouth will open between the
stitches, and allow sugar to escape.
This Is entirely obviated by machine
tewing, fcut on the other hand ma
chine sewlag Introduces weakness in
the bag by the very short stitches, and
the ,bafes,i unless: carefully handled,
tend to break along the line of the
machine ? sewing. : Experienced how
ever, shows that there Is less loss of
t ugar in .this direction from - machine
sewn bags than from hand sewn bags,
'The character and class, of sugar:
Sugars that, set hard In the bags are
difficult of handling. Such sugars are
usually those dried in a Hersey Drier,
and have been washed In the centri
fugals, and are of email grain. These
, sugars are very dry, and If they should
be contained in a; loosely woven bag
will lose heavily' after the bags have
become Umber by much handling, due
tc the fine grained sugar sifting out
through the fabric of the bags in con
siderable: quantity. It; Is. a familiar
sight at any of the shipping ports to
see this fine tugar sifting out through
the bigs aa they are hoisted from the
lhters, or surf boats, into the steam
ers awaiting tneir cargoes, iarge
grained sugars on the other hand that
are dried without washing in tho cen-
trirugnis no not get nara in score, ana
are subject to much less loss, in lact
it may be said that there is no loss by
reason of their sifting through the
fabric of The bags. The amount and
kind of handling the bags receive n It
ij to . this that a great deal of the
mechanical loss of sugar in transit is
"It is a matter of observation that
I sugar bags transported by mechanical
r.eans suffer less punishment in nand
linc than sugar bags transferred from
point to point by hand; furthermore it
Is obvious thit the fewer times that su
f ar hajrs are handled the less mechani
cal loss there will be, therefore part of
fhf remedy as it appears to your com-.
7'iMtop c to provide wirehouses at.thn
various mills large enough to hold all
sugars made hetween tteamers, so as
to obviate the necessity of double
handling between mil's and strainers;
tn provide thPse warehouses with con
veying machinery well designed so as
to handle the bags with faulty and
Rsfetv. and to cover the whole area
and height of such wirehouses to
lad cars mechanically: to have
Ffcnic-s romp a'onesMe docks where
sugar can be loaded from carsj a: d
t'ansferred into the ship by mechani
cs' mpan?: in nt.hpr words to handle
sigar by manual labor as little as pos
sible. "Such appliances will tend to large
ly -reduce the mechanical loss of sug
ar in transit, but as up to the present
t'me no devices have been invented to
pile sugar in tiers in the hold ofjfo'ur
carrying steamers, or to discharge such
rugars from the FteameVs on arrival
?t distination.. it aopears to your com
mittee tha a further part remedy for
tie loss of.rusar due to handline by
stevedores on the ship is a more close-
K wo'ven fabric in. and stronger qual-
i ot, our rugar Daes. wnicn win aiso
cover the loss due to a very dry and
si: all grained sugar sifting through
the bag fabric.
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Office of the Board of Health, Ho
nolulu, Hawaii, December .2, 1312.
TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF
HIDES. . '
Sealed tenders. In duplicate, en
dorsed "Tenders ; for Purchase of
Hiles," for the purchase of hides be
longing to the Board of Health, for
the period of six months from Janu
ary 1st. 1913, to June 30th, 1913. wil
be received at the office of the Board
of Health until 12 o'clock, noon, De
cember 16th, 1912.
Tenders must be for the price per
pound for hides delivered on the
wharf at Honolulu, on weights ap
proved by an agent of the Board of
Payments required In U. S. Gold
coin inimeliately after delivery.
The Board docs not bind Itself to
accept the highest or any bid.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH,
By its President
J, S. B. TRATT
Office of the Beard of Health. Ho
nolulu, Hawaii. December 2. 1312.'
TENDERS FOR BEEF CATTLE.
Sealed tenders, in duDlicate, en
dorsed "Tenders for Beef Cattle," wil
be received at the office of the
Board of Health until 12 o'clock noon
Monday December 16tb,1912, for
supplying the Leper Settlement, Mo-
lokal, with beef cattle. for the period
of six months from January 1st 1913,
to June 30th, 1913, under the foljow
ing conditions, namely:
1. The bidder must offer to fur
nish fat beef cattle to weigh not less
than 350 pounds net ; when dressed,
In lots averaging about 60 head per
month, more or less, as may be spe
cified by the Superintendent of the
Lefier Settlement, delivered at the
Lener Settlement, Molokal. For fur
ther information apply at the. office
of the Board of Health, Honolulu,
2. Hides, tallow and offal to bethe
nronerty of the Board of Health.
3. Each bid must De ror tne price
per pound live weight with an alter
native offer of a price per head
4. The successful ' bidder musl
agree that all cattle are offered for
j delivery subject to the right of the
1 Sunerlhtendent of the Leper Settle-
I tnent to reiect any or all unfit for
use, in which event other ..cattle must
I be forthwith furnished to mako up the
reaulred number and those rejected
forthwith removed at: the expense of
the bidder. ! - :' ;-:;'
All bids must , be submitted In ac
cordance with, and subject to the pro
visions and requirements of Act 6
Session Laws 1909. O . , i
Tenders must .be accompanied by
a certified' check equal In amount to
5 per. cent of the tender on the basis
of 60" head per month weighing net,
when dressed, 350 pounds each.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH. :
: By its President;
, J. S. B. PRATT.
Sealed Tenders will be received at
the office of the; .Maul Loan Fund
Commission, at 'Walluku. Maul, T. H.,
until 10:00 a. m., Saturday, December
14th. 1912. and then opened for the
construction of a reservoir at Keokea.
Kula, Maui, according to the plans and
specifications, copies jof which, to
gether with other information may be
had upon Application to R, A. wads
worth. Secretary . of the Maul Loan
Fund Commission or at the office of
the Superintendent of Public Vork3
atj Honolulu. T. H.
A deposit of Sa.OO will be required
for the safe, return of such plans and
The right 13 reserved to reject any
and all bids. -
Tenders must be made on forms
furnished by the Commission and
must be accompanied by a certified
check amounting to not less than .5
of the amount of the tender.
R. A. WADSWORTH.
Secretary Maul Loan Fund
5398 Nov. 20, 22, 27, 29, Dec. 4, 6,
11. 13. -
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Board of Harbor Commissioners
of the Territory of Hawaii up until
2 p. m. of Friday, December 27, 1912,
for constructing a wharf and ap'proacu
at Kihei, Maui.
Plans, specifications and blank
forms of tender are on file in the of
fice of the Chairman, CapUol Build
The Board of Harbor Commission
ers reserves the right to reject any or
H. K. BISHOP,
Chairman, Board of Harbor
Honolulu, November 27, 1912.
54 03-30 t
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of -Public Works
up to '12 m. of Wednesday, December
4, 1912, for the construction of a -dispensary
and patients' cottages at the
Leper Hospital, Kalihi, Honolulu.
Plans, specifications and blank i
forms of tender are on file In the of
fice of the Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Building. Honolulu.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, November 23, 1912.
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