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HONOLULU BTAR-BULtETIN,. WEDNESDAY, DEC. I, J912.
l)iS.S, GtACIER'f LL BE
ill
The United States naal supply
.steamer Glacier while announct-d to
. vlr.it Honolulu s'-ortiy alter the first
of the- year, will be thoroughly repair
ed and refitted, at an expense of over
$100,000 before leaving the coaBt on
- ibe inext vovafce for Honolulu. Cuam
and 'the Pblljppines.
. -The last visit of tLe well known
- iii val transport and supply, steaiuet. to
this port at the time of departure of
tLe fleet. It was developed thit the ves
sel tos in need of a general overhaul-
It Is claimed . that for at least two
years tLe Glacier has "received no at
' tention from the nivv vard enmlovees:
The , steamer has teen more or less.
, censtant service. 4
- v It is estimated that over $100100
,T crth of work will be done and that
: . S a -.m "
feel again tjoes into commission. It has
been rumored that the government
nay take the Glacier out of commis
sion for a long time Instead of hav
ing her repaired' and then ' sent to
ee - All of the -officers axe honlnar
' ttat , it "wIH be, only a case of repairs
fcr a few months; for this will give
them an opportunity to ' remain on
- tl'ore and fst, up from sea duty. If
iUt! UJI7 In UtKCn OUl VI lUUJIUlbSIUU
nil of the officer would be transfer-
led to other ships. -.-'' ;
Plague Enters as Cholera Flees,
the run a the several Oriental ports
Tl. .. i. i i i ; - 1 A. w .
; cording, to report brought to" Hontf
lulu with .the arrival of the liner thi
. morning. . . -''.. , - y
. Shanghai J is no longer under the
ban and Pacific Mailers now visit the
Paris, of the Far - East, much to the
satisfaction- of a large clientele of
.business men of : North China. ;
'., -'A pasage across the Pacific devoid
- of excitement . fell; to the lot of the
Persia, nn the raturn from Ifnneknne.
.Shanghai and Japan ports to Hone
lulu and San Francisco. .". V
The weather left little -to be de-
J . , . m mi t . . ' , j- . . .
. - Eirea. h.u omr.ers in ine wssei unu-
lng in announcing a very pleasant
trip. , , ' - - r.
, . - Passengers leaving the Persia1 at
Honolulu included. S cabin, 4 second
class and 132 'Asiatic steerage. Of
; the latter are. 79 -Filipinos who Come
; tp take up work on, island sugar plan
tations. , The through list of passen-
; gers includes 1 cabin, 5 second class
.and 43 Asiatics in the steerage, -
The Persia is to be discharged of
came time three hundred tons coal
will be .placed ; in the bunkers. - The
liner is scheduled to' depart for Sao
FranciBco at three o'clock. .
'mil uuicu mm
:" 1timTir-h 'rami in iht-tmnnnt nf 32Stl
tuusi rut iuis tni uui ki iuiic on
, was shipped,' the hulk of the freight
consisting of tea, curios, Chinese, and
Japanese provisions and sundries. :
1?. kl. 1 T4-t 1 A ctTtr
rar loiiision in rog. - j -
The schooner Kons." : Cautain Hanr
aen, arrived from Hana, H. I., early
yesterday . morning with a tale of a
. . j; a rrl. n
narrow i jr escapeu uita.aici. huu-
ble came Friday night when an un
Vnnwn vprkp.I collided with the Kona
off the harbor entrance. .When the
Kona arrived ; off :. the Farallones the
vrnother 'van RrV thick 1 that the loOk-
outs could not 6e more than twenty-
five feet from theiri stations. At 2 a,
m. yesterday a steam vessel suddenly
loomed up througU the dark and pass
ed so closely that it came within ten
iCC I V)l LUC IWUd C'ICI U.. JUO Oirwtl
jassed out of sight so quickly into the
fog that the Identity could not be dis-
fcovered. The Kona earned a full
:rari-n nf curar. which Will be dis-
: charged at the western refinery.
For Midway ls!cr.d Tomorrow. -
ated by the , Pacific , Commerrial
: ml . : A 1. i
i cn a rnmnanv . . is. - iu lie uis-
patched for Midway Island to-
niGrrow. ip.r vensei iSRin? a -nuaniy
, t nrnvicinm nnH f nrtetnifla Vhter-for
a W a w v- - ( '
the isolated colony of cable joperators
and employees stationed at the lonely
aoi in me ah- acinci -The
Flaurence Ward should airive
: at Jlidway some days before the glad
some Yule-tide season as the vessel
da. fronnnitlv wnvri1 Ihp plPVPn
hundred miles that separates Hono
lulu and the cable relay ttation in
eleven days.
The, FU urenvt Ward will ,maie but
' the call at Midway on this trip. '
Paving Material For New Wharves.
. Thirty seven thousand paving blocks
from Hawaii wcie discharged at jthe
new Queen street bulkhead wharf
from the intcrlsiani iteamer Claodine
1 1: i& Ail vr i uiiik. . ' -
' rtrt or a iair tizca Ktatrai raigu
v brought to this port from Hawaii and
Maui ports. The Uaudlne freight list
'Included 20 cords - wood, one auto,
1494 sacks klawe bean 38 tons scrap
. iron, 29 hoRS, 6 bales hides, and 87
A heavy' northeast .swell accompan
iiAVt YOUR BAGGAGE
ECGACE-MEN ' v
(JAS. H.
ied by much rain served to prevent the
landing of freight at Laupahoehoe. At
the time the Claudine called at Ka
liului, the .Mat son Navigation steam
et Hilonian was being discharged of
general cargo. This , vessel has since
sailed for Hilo, - -
Wandering linojs Greet Patterson. .
CapL 11. R. Patterson, master of
the American-Hawaiian steamer Ari-
zonan, was a bewildered navigator on
Nov. 8, when he met a procession of
aids to navigation In a place where na
aids should have been.' It was 7:30
o'clock in the morning and the steam
er, northbound from Sajina Cruz, was
about seventeen miles southeast of
Acapulco. Within a mile he met a can
buoy, a nun buoy and a spar buoy.
They had been torn from their moor
ings and sent adrift by the hurricane
that swept Acapulco and ' the . vicinity
October 30. -j ;. ' . ; ;
Spencer Awa) on Leave of Absence.
Charlie Spencer, well known to
i he traveling public' and shippers as
the wharf superintendent for the Mat
son. Navigation line at this port, was
given a hearty send-off upon his de
parture for the Coast - this morning
as . a passenger in the liner Wilhtl
mina, Mr Spencer; ; will be away
from his duties for several ; weeks,
during' which time the management
of the. Matson : Interests :at . the
wharves will be looked after by As
sistant Superintendent ,h Maguire. -
' ".; - .;v.. ft:, .;:. '
Hall Brought Small Freight : w
Little cargo arrived in the Inter-
Island steamer W G.Hall from Ka
uai ports this morning. This vessel
made a quick round trip, lea vingo
noiulu on Monday evening for i Na wili
wili, and returning today - with twen
ty sacks cocoanut plants, one auto,
urates of poultry and packages of sun
dries. Rough weather with strong
northeast winds " prevailed '" for: the
greater part of the trip.. 1 J s - u!-
'
k'aual Sugar Piling Up. , .; . :
Sugar Is now piling up at several
mills along the coast of the Island of
Kauai, according to a report received
with the - arrival of the Inter-Island
steamer W. G. Hall this morning.: The
sugar, now on hand and awaiting
shipment Includes the following : M.
A. K. 22.209, G. & Ry 1300. McB. 2350,
K. , S. M . 2750, K. P. 7765, K. K.' B.
500 sacks. ' : - J::y v.x,
v fa:
Want Pay for Peo Food. , I
- Libel proceedings were instituted in
the United States district court by A.
Erlckson and four of his companions
on the schooner Mabel Gale. . The sail-
- M.-. ' M Mi
ore as&-lor compensauon lor. insuin
cient and lack of food on a recent trip
on the vessel. Chronicle. - . . ..
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ARBITED
v f; -:; v Wednesday,Dec4. -
' Hongkong via Japan ports--Perela.
P. M S. S. a, m. -. vv-'... " ri." '- or."'.;:
San Francisco Honolulan, M. N. S.
S. a. m.
Hawaii via . Maui ports Claudine,
stmr., a. m. ' : "' :;-.&
Kauai ports -W. G. Hall, stmr, a.
I
DEPARTED
. Dednesday, Dec. 4.
Hilo via VT&y ports-Mauna Kea, stmr.
10 a. m. -V:!; r 'l I ' '
- San FranciscoWllhelmina, lL N.
S. S. 10 a. nv'-''-'- -s : ' l'
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PASSENGERS AERITED
I
Per P. M. S, S. Persia from Hong
keng via Japan ports For Honolulu
E. H. Diamond, f. A. Morrow, U Mar
tin Lee Choy, Mrs. Choy and Mrs.
Sugihara. , Through Mrs. E. Adams,
.Mr. Wm. Balrd, Mr. H.; Berents, Mrs.
M. Rlair, Miss M. Broz, Mr. ChFU.
Sjm, Mrs. M. B. Dukes, Mr. 1. Gold
man, Mrs. I. Goldman, Miss Zelda
Goldman. Master Walter Goldman, Mr.
r. W. Hawks, Rev. J. Hedley, Mrs. J.
Hodley, Mr. A. Henderson, Mr. Jeong
Fong - Lai, Mrs. Jeong Fong LaK Dri.
W. O. Johnson, Mrs. W .O. Johuson,
Miss Mary P. Johnson, Miss Ruth D.
Johnson. Master Newton A. Johnson,
Mr. E. J. Kearns, .Mr, F. A. Ekkelman,
Mr. Iee Gwong, Sir. Ixok Chee Hook,
Mrs. Look Chee Hook, MrH. Mullikin
Mrs. H. Mullikin, Mr. D. Q'shea, Mr. G.
H. Perriam. Airs. I C. Porter, Miss
Elizabeth Porter, Master Dudley Port
er, Mr. A. B.'Ritchey, Mr. E. B. Broach
Si r. Fred. Sisson; Mr. D. F. Sprouse,
Mr. Tom ; Pun Sing. rs. Tom Pun
SUig, Mr.- W. H. Walker. Mrs. W, H.
Walker.-Mr. R. WTarfielfl. Mrs. S. R.
Bagg. Miss E. C. Booth, Mr. D. Browii
nR, Mr. a W. Clifton. Miss B. Cress.
Mr. J. Culin, Mr. H. Fuller, Mr. R. Goft
Mi. T. IchijoMr. E. Johnson. Mr. K.
Hita, Mr. M. Tanouye, Mrs. T. Tm
ouye. Mrs. H. Tanouye. Mrs. J. Q.
Thompson. Mr. K. Yamamoto, Mrs. K.
Ya garni, Mr. H. Saners.
' -Per M. N. S. S. Honolulan, from
San Francisco For Honolulu: Mas
ter Allen Anderson, Mrs. Frances An
derson, Andrew Adams, Mr, and Mrs.
J., P. Ber.to, W. B. Cowan, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Castle, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
HANDLED BY RELIABLE
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New Moon Dec. 8th at 6 : 30 a. m.
Wednesday,. Dec. 4.
Temperature 6 a. m.t 71; 8 a. m.,
76; 10 a. m.. 78; 12 noon, 79. Mini
mum last night, 67 .(
Wind 6 a. m.. velocity 4, S. E. ;
8 a." m., velocity 2, E. ; 10 a. m., ' ve1
locitt 3, S. E.; 12 noon, velocity 9,
S. Movement past 24 hours, .
Barometer at 8 a. m;, 29.92. "Rela
tive humidity, 8 a. m., 69. Dew-point
at. 8 a. m., 66. Absolute humidity, 8
a. m., 6.662. Rainfall, -.07. --
Correll and ! children, Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew J. Copp, Jr., B. Cody, Mi33
W. H. Cutler, A. Ellison,: Mrs. . E. L.
Frick, , H. Fredericks, Clarence Glen
denning, Chas. Jeremiad C Lang; G.
Mires, -V. J. Moran. Mrs. ' A. V.S.
Mooney, David McManus,.M;;F.' Pros
ser, Miss Anna M. Paris. Ai G. Paget,
H. L. Rosenberg, , Mr. and Mrs. H. U
Rawley, Miss Flora A, Siegel. Gen.
J. II. Soper, K. J. SkreUing, W, M.
Templeton, Mrs. E. J,aJsh; Frank
Wall, Mr. and Mrs. JMU Williams.-
Per stmr. W. G. Hall from- Kauai
ports Mrs. A. H. GandelL Mr. 'j Kami
Jr.ma, J C;. PIcaaco, Roman Joseph, S;
T. Starrett, E,F6untaln, 10 deck- '
Per, stmr. Claudine from Hawaii via
Maui port Cl Mafquez, F. Wiltrack,
Mrs, Wiltrack 8. -Kawasake. Mrs. -W.
. Dereveaux,! J R'. S.. Winiams, J.
Rosenthal, O. Martensen, E.-J Welch,
T.MJDalto. J. P.Kapihl, Mrs. Bal A.
Parsons, Mrs. Parsons4 MUa A Barba,
Miss .F. Azefada, K Wiehman, E. tL
Harty' D. Young, J B.- Barlow,!. Annie
Kahele, K. Kumura, Tong Sung; G.'JL
Lindsay; S. Kelllnoi, H. Hanaberg. H;
Focke. Miss E. nariey. Miss William
son. M Is M acDonald, S. Weinzhelmerr
1? deck. r-r ' ',v i r r i V i -:
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PASSESOEBSDEPABTED
v Per M. 1 Nv-S. S. Wilhelmina; for
San ."-Pranclsco J tv.Ei. Bishop, Mrs.G.
P. Castle, Miss 'D, : Castle,. Dr. W. C.
Chilson, Mr. : and Mrs., A. J. Cronise,
Mrs. C C tCunha and child" R.. I. Cle
venger Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Davis, C;
Dodson. Mrs. J.' H Fowler, Geo, X
Gerasimos.Mr. and Mrs: C. B. Hall,
D. Hltthcock. Miss ? 1L MMlupp,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A.' Hogg; Dr. J(U
Ireland, Miss ' If. M, 'James, N. Jerry,
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaole, Mr: and Mrs.
E. P. Kraft Mrs. I, H. Lutgen. W.
S. MeArdle, Mr. and Mrs. W. ;S. Mao
Kay, .H. C. Moore. Miss M L. Millard,
E. ' IL RyanR, H. Sawler, C. K. Spen
cer, Mr.' and. Mrs J. , Thompson, Miss
F. Thompson, Miss'' IL Thompson, L.
M. Voorsanger, W. Welnrichv -4; -
r Per str.' Mauna Loa, for Kauai, Dec.
3. Mr. and Mrs. J. R.. Meyers, Miss
M. Brown . Mrs. ; W .K. ; Orth,? Wmv
Knight, - H; M. :' Harrison,1 Paul
Schmidt, M.' M.1 Graham, Wm. Knight,
Mr., and Mrs. J. R. Meyers, J. E.
Hughes, ; Geo Buckholtz, - Miss i 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 J. Kapau, Miss' Lani Kaaika
pu, J. Nakaiaha, B. F. .Vlckers, J. Kai
ona, J. M. Morse, Miss N; R.'. Wal
lace.: V---:-.V!V-r :.V:' -.;.;- v "
I Per str. Ukellke, for Maui and Mo
lokai ports, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Brown. ,- '" '. ' .-:
i Per M. N. S. S. Wilhelm'na, for San
Francisco, Dec. 4. Mrand Mrs. Chas.
Hall, Harry White, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Cronise, D. H. Hitchcock, Mr.
Weinrich, pdwin L. roorsanger, M1ss
James, Mr. and' Mrs. E. S. Aldrich,
Mrs. L. Heen, Mrs. J L. Fowler, Miss
II. Thompson, Miss- F. Thompson, Mr.
and Mrs. Thompson, Miss M. M. Hupp,
Mr.- and Mrs. E. P. Kraft, Z. Cushlng,
R. D. Cleavenger, E.. Bishop, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Black, Mr. and Mrs; Percy
L. Davis.
Per str. Mauna Kea, for Hilo, via
way ports, Dec. 4. Mr. and Mrs. O.
Sorenson, I.. V. Branch. Mrs. W. F.
Sharratt, Mr and Mrs. Pla Miss Pla.
Per str. W. G. Hall, for Kauai ports,
Dec 5. J. R. Meyera and wife, Miss
A. Sterner. . v '
I PASSENGERS BOOSED f
' ... '
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, Oibb, 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
Per str. W. G. Hall, for Maui and
Molokai ports, Dec. 12. Blanche Nis
hard, Leslie Nishard.
Per str. Kilauea. for Kona and Kau
ports, Dec, 13. Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Conant, Francis Lyman. Mrs. F. A.
Lyman, Master H. Lyman, Miss Ar
nold. Per str. Claudine, for Hilo, via way
ports, Dec. 13. Miss M. TaylorK Miss
Myrtle Tavlor, Miss O. Lindsay, Miss
M. Deas, Miss I. Gibb. Miss E. Gibb,
Wra. Hitchcock, J. Chalmers. A. Wads
worth, D. Wadsworth, Miss G. Mein
ecke, Miss E. Chalmers. Miss A. Chal
mers, Miss O, Robinson.
Per str.-Mauna Kea, for Hilo, via
way ports, Dec. 13. L. Gay. E. Gay, R.
Gay, Elsie Gay, Mary Gay. C, Bald
win, W Paris. Aileen Gibb, Ester
Gibb. Miss M. Austin. Mi6s V. Austin,
D. W'adsworth, A. Wadsworth, S. Aus
tin. W. Bond, K. G. Bond, Miss M.
Ren ton. Miss E. Renton, E. Baldwin,
H. Baldwin, Miss Ethel Paris. Mrs.
J. D. Paris, A. Paris, Mrs. E-. Aungst,
Miss Akerman, Miss Madden.
WEATHER TODAY
VESSELS TO AND -,
FROM THE ISLANDS
fSpecIal Cable to SerrhaaU'
Exehanse
Wednesday, Dee. 4.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived. Dec. 4,
6:30 a. m., S. S. Lurline, hence-November
26.'
PORT SAN LUIS Arrived, Decem
ber 3, S. S. Lansing, hence Nov. 24.
Aerograms. 4
U. S. A. T. LOGAN Arrives from
Manila at 4:30 p. m. today and sails
for San Francisco Thursday, .12 m.
; S. S. PERSIA sails for; San Fran
cisco today 3 p. m.
I Per str. Mikahala, for Maul 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. G robe. Miss
C. ' Bettencourt, Miss D. Grobe, Miss
YV Wenselau, Miss H. Schimmelf en
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.
Christophersen. .
- A fairly good sized list of cabin
passengers departed for Hawaii by
the way of Maui ports in the Inter
Island steamer, Mauna Kea that sail
ed from ' the port shortly after ten
o'clock this morning.
" The Pacific Mall liner Persia sail
ing from Alakea wharf s at three
O'clock this afternoon, will be given a
large i accumulation of mail destined
for the mainland and to points be
yond the United States. .
i Cargo including lumber, fertilizer,
and : lines of general . supplies have
been : loaded into the Inter-Island
steamer Helen whieh is now on the
berth, to sail for Kukaiau, Ookala,
Laupahoehoe, Paauilo and Koholalele
today., ; ; - ' : :4:
; The Oceanic liner Rierra, with pas
sengers, late mails and general cargo
is reported " through Merchant's1 Ex
change cables a having sailed from
San, Francisco at 2:30 yesterday after
noon. ; The 7 vessel a is dtie to- arrive
here, early MondaymornIngv Js ? :
November suMmarVh
: 7 ; of meteorology
. i-'Z-tr.) Uff'ty? 1 ii:4H r'. --v. .-
; The following. data of meteorological
conditions in Honolulu during Novem
ber, were compiled by4 the local branch
of .the United States weather, bureau:
Atmospheric pressure 4 (reduced to
sea.. level; inches and hundredthslr
Mean,1' 30.05J highest,' 30.15;! date, 21 ;
lowest,- 29.95; dates, 25, and 26. ?
Temperature-Iiighest,' 82 ; date 2;
lowest, 66; date. 28 ; , greatest daily
range, 12; -date 7; least daily range,
7; date, 7. Mean for this month in
1890 74, 1891 75 1892 75; 1893! 73, 1894
74, 1895 74, .1896 76, 1897 74, 1 1898 75.
1899 74, 1900,74,1901 -74, 1902 73, 1903
74. 1904 .73, 1905 75, 1906 75, 1907 74,
1804 74 1909 74, 1910 751911 75, 1912
75: Normal for this i month 74. Ab
solute maximum fori this month; for
22 years, '86; absolute minimum for
this month for' 22 years, 59; average
deficiency J1 for " this , .: month as con
pared with the normal, 0.3; Accum
ulated deficiency since January 1, 76;
average, deficiency since January 1,
0.2. . tfi-4 V ' V- -
Precipitation Total , this .' month,
2.50; snowfall Oj. greatest" precipita
tion in 24 -hours, .86; date 21; snow
on , the ground at end of month, 0 ;
total precipitation this month in 1877
1.73. 1878 1.07. 1879 3.52, 1880 8.23,
1881 8.9i; 1882 . 2.89, 1883 2,91, 1834
0.59, 1885 30, 1886 8.70,' 1887 13.40,
1888 3.84, IS89 1.96, 1890 1.71, 1891
0. 54, 1892 0.71. 1893 10.10 1894 8.58,
1904 4J1, 1905 2.18, 1906 5.69. 1907
2.05. 1908, .1.10, 1909 0.43, 1910 3.05".
1911 0.47, 1912 2.50. Normal ! for this
month 4.60. (Deficiency of this month
as compared with the normal, 2.10.
Accumulated deficiency since January
1, 14.99. .
Wind Prevailing direction NE;
total movement 6003 miles; average
hourly velocity 8.4)3 miles; maximum
velocity (for five minutes) 30 miles
per hour, from the NE on the 21st.
Weather Number of days, clear 5;
partly cloudy, il; cloudy, 14; on
which .01 inch, or more, of precipita
tion occurred, 12.
Miscellaneous phenomena (dates of)
halos, lunar, 24.
PUBLIC TAKES KINDLY
TO HUGHES COMPANY
That the Huges Company is meet
Ing with the approval of the Rublic is
shown by the excellent houses greet
ing leach performance at Ye Liberty.
Each member of the company is cap
able of good specialties, and the ear
nest way in which they do ther
work is perhaps the secret of their
success. Then, again, popular prices
are what Honolulu wants, and the
management being quick to see that
noint.. rood houses are the rule at
every performance. In "The Graft-1
ers," almost every member of the
show has an -opportunity, but the.;
comedians. Bert La Blanc, Frank
Vack and Dave Nowlin. come into the
spotlight oftener than the fest.
Hany Burgess gives a very neat
turn, while Carlton Chase in "Saa
Francisco 191.." has a very good spe-.
cialty, but the turn, which brings;
down the house is Nowlin & St. j
Clair's "Wild, Wild Farm" in which:
this clever .team imitates every in
mate of the farmyard to such good(
effect that they are rompeMed to re
spond to three or four renlls. To
night is the last pert'onraiu? of "Thv
Grafters,'' one of the best shows yet
presented .in Honolulu.
Tomorrow night the comp?ny pre
sents a double bill, the curtain raiser
being a one-act farce "The Bull
Fighters," followed by a farcical mu
sical comedy "Three of a Kind."
HARBOR PIOTES
TERHASTER
The expected shift of officers of the
quartermaster corps In the Depart
ment of Hawaii came this morning,
when war department orders reliev
ing Captains Game and Frank B.
Edwards from detail ; as quarter
masters arrived. Their places in the
corps had already been filled by the
detail of Captains Hall and Lister, so
the department has just as many Q.
M. officers as before, but with the
consolidation of all the staff corps,
and the assignment of Captain Case
to Schofield Barracks, the work will
in reality have to be consolidated in
some cases.
Major B. Frank Cheatham, as chief
quartermaster, .will be in charge of all
branches. Captain Ralph B. Lister
will be in cnarge of the supplies,
which includes both the commissary
and the depot material, lie will do
the work formerly hanlded by Cap
tain Case and Captain, Game, anil will
have station in this city. - Captain
Chalmers ; G. Hall has already taken
over the construction work at Cast
ner, the site of the permanent Scho
field Barrack Captain . Edwards,
first as constructing quartermaster,
and later as assistant to - the chief
quartermaster of the department, has
had charge of this important work
Captain B. 1. Cooke will continue to
run the paymaster's end of the depart
ment; although he is expected to be
relieved in a short time. Captain
Case, who may expect promotion any
day, will take over, the duties of post
quartermaster at, Schofield in a few
days; ' 'V ; . v.' : . . '' ;
There ia a mix-up. over the relief
of Captain: Game. wbose detail in the
Q. M. . isn't up until next April. He
is relieved under the supposition that
he is .at.wManchu" but in reality he
has enough service with tr6ops to his
Credit to keep, him in the corps until
his regular detail "is up. A communi
cation explaining this has been for
warded to the ,War Department, and
it; is quite likely, that the order re-.
Ueving him will be rescinded, and that
he will remain here until: next; spring.
In the meantime his status is that of
a captain: of infantry, nhasslgned.
i x Captain - Edwards this morning re
ceived the, order assigning . him to,
Commands the 13th Company, Coast
Artjlleryf at Fort Winfield Scott, San
Francisco Bay.4 This is the new ar
tHleryiipostiiand is about the most
desirable in . the district; Captafn
Edwards has applied for- leave, and
in any event will not leave Honolulu
for another month. ,: o
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..A - large - crowd r- gathered at Hack
feld wharf this morning drawn by the
arrival of the Matson Navigation liner
Honolulan as well as the departure
of. the ' Wllhelmina.' The . Honolulan
came o berth within a short time of
the hour set for . the. sailing of ; the
Wilhelmina for San Francisco.'- ; '
I, A Christmas mail will be dispatch
ed for. Midway Island in the schoon
er Flaurence Ward - which has been
placed on the berth, to sail for the
mid-Pacific cable 'etation tomorrow.
' : The present intention Is to dispatch
the Canadian-Australian liner Makura
for the colonies on or about mldnighL
This .ve8sel will. be. discharged of a
small amount of cargo... ;..
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Cut Glass Toilet Atomizers $2.25
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TO VISIT HILO
- Twenty head of lively and' youthful
mules are on the after-deck of the
Matson Navigation steamer -Honolulan,
there to remain until the vessel
goes alongside the, railway wharf at
IIIIo. : . : ' . ' - 4 4
i The .' Honolulan brings the Hawaii J
port in direct touch with the main
land for one trip at least. The vessel
will depart from the usual custom of
calling at Kahului . and proceed .to
Hilo. where 2732 ton& general cargo
and supplies for the new breakwatefl
and railway lines wilt be discharged.
The .Honolulan was given freight
while at .San .Francisco' which would
have been forwarded to the big Island
port direct in the steamer Enterprise,
had the fatter vessel not, been with
drawn from service. The Enterprise
is to receive the annual and general
overhauling, which work it is believ
ed will require some "weeks to ; com
plete.' .v ''T .' 44; -4 - ' "
The Honolulan was at the Hackfeld
wharf at 10 o'clock this morning and
as her lines were1 made fast the big
Wilhelmina slid 4- gracefully- down
stream and into the harbor on her
way to San Francisco. , "
Honolulu . cargo, in the steamer
amounts to 3818 tons, for. the most
part made up of : consignments ' of
ceedstuffs, flour,, groceries and sun
dries. ' i -: ; ': , r: ? 4-' -
Forty-two cabin passengers arrived
in the liner,-three of whom will con
tinue the voyage to Hilo. Two pas
sengers left the Honolulan. to take
passage to Australia in the Canadian
Australian liner Makura. leaving this
port' on or' about midnight 7 - T ''
Roger and Gallet's
Extracts
in Handsome Satin Boxes, con
taining: Fleurs du Passe $5.50,
Jacinthe $3.00, Rose Rouge,
$4.50, Fteur d'Amour $4.50,
Gloire De Paris $4.50,' Reve
Fleuri $40, Violette Merveille
$4.50. Amberose $4.50. .
A BOTTLE EXTRACTS OF COLGATE; CHARMIS, GRASSE ROSE,
A very large, mail was received by
the local post of flee officials this
morning, the shipment amounting to
422 sacks. Much express matter was
1 . l. A. .VI- . ..- -
. Much interest was awakened by they
receipt of several urates of rodents,
including white rats, mice and guinea
pigs, said to be consigned to one of
the experimental stations. , The - lit
tle fellows stood the trip in good
shape, notwithstanding the limited
quarters assigned to them.
, j. a., uorngan is a new ouiciai in
the Honolulan. He is holding down
the. desk in the purser's office, and
fri h ftre (Imt mif nnrl nfflMaTa
ijcluding federal quarantine. Immi
gration and customs officers. Corrl
gan was for some time past an offi
cer in the Enterprise. He is rated an
efficient and accomodating official
and Is by no means a. stranger to. the
islands or Honolulu. .
t ,
3rakura bearing the Islandju . '
: Believed to be. bringing a large del
egation of-mainland tourists and vls
1 ors, the , Canadian-Australian liner
3'akura is nearlng the islands and
should reach port eirly this after
noon. From Vancouver and Victoria,
en route to Suva, Auckland and Syd
ney, the Makura is reported to have
sailed from the northwest ccrut with
410 passengers in the several classes.
The liner is slated for prompt dl3-
ritch for the 'colonies through the
agency of , T. If. Davles & Co. The
Kakura is.ito berth , .at the Alakea
v',harf.' . , . , "
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Three compartment sets, con
taining: Extract, Soap and Face
Powder in ' Violette de Parme,
$3.50, Bocruet Des Amours $45,
Indian Hay $45, and Peau d'
Espagne ?4.25.
Pressed Glass Atomizers $1.25
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