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-flONOLTJLTJ STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, JAN. 20, 1913.
flliir , i IFLUATINIi liAKAlit WILHIililNAi
:, A DAY LM WAS VENTURA STORM-TOSSED
With but a nort engine and pro-
peller la commission, the Oceanic
. ,-ilner 8onoma, from Sydney by the
4 way of Pago Pago and Honolulu is
-making excellent time, according to
vithe receipt' of a cable yesterday at
the. agency of C. Brewer & Company,
which notified the local represents-
-tires 7 that the vessel was expected berth at, the wharf this morning, and
would arrive at Honolulu on January within fifteen minutes stevedores nad
25. and but one day behind the regular begun work of discharging the first
; schedule. . i of the large number of cars.
; The Sonoma Is predicted aa making The machines were in some cases
about; thirteen knots according to the "knocked down," boxes and crates
Interesting text of the message re- adding much to the seven hundred
celred at the port yesterday." Ifons of general cargo for disctarge
The vessel suffered damage o her at Honolulu,
machinery a few days after leaving i Few instances can be recalled alon?
Sydney; N. S. W. The starboard shaft' the local waterfront where a steamer
was 'said to hare been broken thereby from the coast ever brought a larger
causing' tne liner to steam along with number of motor cars than the cbn-
heU0 englne8, Isisnment received this morning with
: The Sonoma sailed from Pago Pago . tb, RrrlTal of the Ventura,
on Saturday evening, and is now;well For two iAJt leaving the coast
0n,; . rt0 Honolulu. - jth(; Centura .bucked a fierce opposing
ll w-.i '-P8t-M rt(?diB'l wind with an accompanying rough and
S1" ,Ki,in,BnonmBiu w disagreeable seal; Few were the pas
Ea!SCio Sda',ow "v'Benteni who failed to succumb to the
Captain - Cowell, master of the
SLtZ; Sl''oVag to forgo active
colonies has been advised to keep a . . . ,
lookout" for; the Sonoma. His vessel 2S! ?f-
w ill also keep in wireless touch with
the, disaWed , liner, v ; ,v
.Kinau Bringing Much Sagar.v;";
A repori has been received here to
t b e effect that the Inter-Island stam
er Kinau, expected to arrive from Kma
m ports early tomorrow mornings will
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.vT. r " "v::reV10 in the second class and 3 In
rc turning sWith1 3350 tacks sugsr, ,67
r:cks rice, and 63 packages sundries.
0.!!crtflh theNoean believe that tEey.
I "vrse4 the 'American' scbboerMary
ll. ToEter, at -three o'clock yesterday
i f (erpoon, the sailing; vessel at .-t that
t-r,W w 'STn,1-tiT.,freh included a quantity of general
toe being:, about two mllea to. the ,rK,. friAntaA nrnv.
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The following wireless message has
been received .by the agents of 'the
G. S, Wllhelmina bound for Honolulu:
For Honolulu: A 127 cabin passen
pcrs, 17 steerage passengers, '91 bags
rr-all, 17 packages Nyells-Fargo express
r.atter.' S automobiles, 2750 tons car
ro. For Hllo; 195 tons cargo,45 automobiles.--
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Ship will arrive Tuesday mOrnfng
and dock at the Hackf eld wharf.
Calvator back onthe Marine Railway!
It Is believed that several wee its will
be required to complete repairs to the
l cUom.of the schooner, SalvatOr, mat
l is again beep hauled on the local ma
rine' rallwayt C
The vessel will need a large section
of new keel"Other damage has been
donethe Vessel, through, a later colli
r.!on wrtH the railway whart . Tha Sal
vator has been, a' visitor at' the.pon
e'nee the. middle lof last December.
KawaU JSagar Keert.
Sugar is accuniutaUng at, the several
plantation ' wafc.boses .on.'he island
of Hawaii, accerang ta a. report
brought., to thlsci ttl3 inomlng by
Purset Charles Jones, fn the '.'Inter?
i Island, steamer - Mauna Kca. Sugar
Awaiting shipment includes the.fol:
lowing: , Olaa 1000. Waiakea; 11,500,
Onomea 800; Laupahochoe 950, Hama
kua 4000, Kukuihaele 3500, Punaluji
C650.V v " a,',. ' '
Pr.. Nelson leaves the sa.
' Dri George Nelson, a well liked sur
geon in tho Oceanic stemship tervice,
decided to remain ashore,, Just .before
the sailing of the", liner, Ventura for
"Honolulu. He may. retire permanently
from the sea. The new surgeon' in the
.Vetiura Is Dr. H. E, , Francke, who
while a stranger.to the.P.aciflc has for
3ears crossed the '.Atlantic In vessels
ia tbe Cunader andFrcnch Mall lines.
1 :X regular meeting of the Oahu Cen-
! tral .Improvement! Comnilttee will be
heldVin the 'rob-as 'of the Merchants
Association at 7:3 tomorrow (Tues-
day) evening. In addition to the regu
' lar business an important publicity
plan for the I cautifying of .Honolulu
will be presented by the Outdoor Cir
cle or the Kilohana Club. A full at
tendance is requested.
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: " Mrs. Sarah McCices, one of the best
known temperance workers in the
country, has just-dlcd ia Oakland, Cal-
' lfornia. ' . . . . . -
' HAVE YOUR BAGGAGE HANDLED BY RELIABLE BAGGAGE-MEN
mw 1 ransier
Thirty-seven automobiles and motor
dr.'ven cars and trucks afloat in the
t'aclflc and aboard one liner conies
pretty near becoming eligible for the
big stove-lid medallion, to a record
The Oceanic steamship Ventura
from San Francisco steamed to a
crcu sib vj iiu acai iuicicbicu iu
ar.y sort of entertainment prepared
by the ship's officers.
' Theone consolation that afforded
Ventura passengers a grain of comfort
was the belief that the Matson Naviga
tion steamer Wllhelmina fared no bet
ter at the hands of Old Neptune.
The. Ventura arrived at her wbarf
lout one hour later tflan is ttscal with
liners. . Cabin passengers for.
The through list Includes 30 cabin,
2? second and 25 steerage passengers
lor Pago Pago or Sydney. ,
In addition to the thirty-seven motcv
cars for" tfiff islaiia'i,1 the tVentura
lH7irauutoo v ruu - IWttftViUVVU awv
filoncV to the amount of seven "hundred
cThe vessel is well laden with
It rough freight, the principal lines Be
ing canned .salmon, to the number of
J.9,000. cases. ... .;.-
-The Ventura brought mall from the
mainland. to the amount of 334 sacks.
The .vessel. Is listed for dispatch to
ie.c6lonlea at four o'clock this after
noon. '' One of the several interesting fea
tures connected with the large list
of travelers, in Uhis liner is a large
collection ; of birds ' and animals, be
longing to the Qreat Scheg Shows.
The circus is being transported to the
colonies, there to open an extended
Beaton. Four ponies, .10 monkeys, a
large and educated baboon, 10 dogs,
a trick cat and ! 66 parrots are num
bered in the company.
Purser Baker . declared this morn
ing" that there was not a dull moment
pn the ship when' the green and white
polls' Legin lifting up 'the voice of
protest oyer the, rough weather. The
ccnVersation"never lagged Some of
It was ' highly spiced 'and really not
fit for publication in a respectable
wireless bulletin, such 'as is some
times . issued by Ventura officers.
When the parrots, aided by the si
means, opened up a taikfest, the hum
resembled that some times heard at
a suffragette meeting.
A quartette of mainland railway
men left the vessel on arrival here, to
Join , the Hamburg American liner
Cleveland with its crowd of five hun
dred round-the-world excursionists.
It was a delighted crowd of frost
bitten Los Angeles people who left
the Ventura this morning. With a
View of escaping the rigors and hard
ships of a southern California winter,
a delegation of thirty well-to-do Los
Angeles residents formed a. party
which booked -passage in the Ventura.
In some instances they will remain
in the islands until the return of -the
Ventura from the colonies. Others
plan to take passage in the Sonoma
and also in the Sierra,
i The cold and snow prevailing
throughout California Is declared by
steamship men as having greatly
stimulated tourist travel from the
coast to the islands.
The finishing touches to refitting the
Sailor Boy are under way as thrt ves
sel lies in the stream, this vessel" is
believed may enter the island trade,
carrying hard wood lumber from Hilo
tr Honolulu. Much labor hac been ex
pended on repairing the windjammer
s!ice she first arrived here is dis-t-essed
condition, following as event
ful voyage from the south seas.
The Matson Navigation liner Wilhel
mina from San Francisco to Honolulu
end to arrive here early tomorrow
u ornlng with 127 cabin nd 17 steer
a ge passengers, is reported through
w IreleES messages to have experienced
a decidedlyrongh - voyage for the'first
two days out ' T rom the coast' port .
The Wllhelmina and the Oceanic
liner Ventura were')ri almbst'constapl
wireless comm'unlcsitlOn , on tbV way(
down trom'Sanranclscb. , ' 1
The Wllhelmina' Is. to berth at Hack
feld, wharf tomOrrbW ;tnbrnlng where
270' tons general crgoare rto be iilW
charged. ' Three automobiles are In
cluded la the shipment.
The vecsel is also bringing down a
later aCcumuIatflOn; of mainland mail
amounting to ' 91"' .sacks.
.The Matson steamer is' to proceed
to Ilo there to be discharged of 193
tons freight and flve'autos. The liner
should "-sail for jthe' Hawaii port on Or
about Thursday evening.
Survey '$hows Deep "Water" in' Hawaii
jlnnef;'' .:' :. .', ' ;: . ; "
Deep water has .been .found t in; the
channels separating'he ' several ' .isl
ands" In the group,' accbrdlngtb a re
port of some Bbutfdrhgs taken by offfc
errs in the ' ' United States 'geiv
detlc survey steamer PatterBonl; A'.hple
of tonsideribfe 'deijth Was "dlscbvered
between ; this island , and -TdoiOKai, i
spundingftaXen sngaremarUbIe'00''One 0 upon hi8
chasm,; narrow in width and over JSt4!)fnr him that smoUnr-vu nrav
fathoms deep. Three soundings were
tafcen. th tint two' of Wch showed
19? nf-9ff'Mtlirti ' nfiA ' th third
showed only 25;' fathoms.
.Ti-' ccc,c: . iw X nZr eaid the Judge, aftersome deliberation,
announces Uhe arrival Of the; Dollar jfext
Steamship "Compdnya. freighter M. S.1v nia :tvA Tannnp
tf !?H-522SttS"-bIWrd parlor, waaoupd . guilty of al
ed the Maul port late yesterday after- loi-ne mlji6 6 to freViuent his place of
noon and brings mesv agMessaudorde to pay a fine ot
mcnt. Japanese coal and '"r'ftrettty dollars. Kaankea, an Hawaiian
consigned to the Kahulul Railroad Co.- .tt. ,... - 1f onl1 itforw
The M. S. Dollar is making her first
visit to tne island port. The vessel
completed the voyage in twenty-four
days. The coal on board, the steamer
amounts to 2,500 tons of "lump" and
350 tons of "blacksmiths." There are
also 11,000 casks of Cement and 85,000
fire bricks on board.
Hyades, not Pleiades, is Coming.
With a general cargo for the islandsV
the steamer Hyades of the Matson
Navigation line is reported to have
sailed from the Sound with destination
as Honolulu, Kahulul, Kaanapali and
The Hyades is reported as bringing
down a large shipment of lumber in
addition to a hold filled with general
merchandise. Definite wore concern
ing the sailing of the Hyaaes was re
celved on Sunday through the, local
branch of the Merchants Excbange.
Melrose Made Fair Passage.
It was a fair passage made by the
American schooner Melrose that is an
arrival, at- the port with 8000 feet of
luniber consigned to the agency of
Lewers, & Cooke. The vessel reached
the port yesterday afternoon.' Captain
Trainer reported some rough weather
at the beginning of the voyage. The
vessel brought lumber from Columbia
Kauai Sugar Report.
With the arrival of the Inter-Island
steamer Kinau from Garden island
ports, the following report concerning
sugar awaiting shipment there has
been received: . K.'S.'M., 100; V. R.,
1350; K. P., 2510; G. & R, 6597; McB.,
2887; M. A K;, 2800.
The Inter-Island steamer Iwalani is
on the boards, for departure for Ma
hukona and Kawaihae.at noon tomor
row, taking general cargo and late
The last work received from the
Pacific Mail liner Nile, now en route
from the " Orient was to the effect
that the vessel would arrive at Hono
lulu on or about noon tomorrow.'
The Inter-Island steamer Claudine,
an arrival from Maui ports on Sunday
morning is to be dispatched over the
regular route at five o'clock this even
ing, taking a few passengers and a
The Matson Navigation steamer
Lurline. to sail' for San Francisco at
six o'clock tomorrow evening will
take a mail destined for the mainland.
Practically a full shipment of sugar,
molasses and sundries will be for
warded to San FYancisco in this
Charles Bradley, accused of assault
ing and beating his little daughter,
Alice Bradley, on May 26 of last year,
because she refused to obey him. was
acquitted by a jury in Judge Robin
son's court this morning. The case
was tried on appeal from the district
Vessels to and
FROM THE ISLANDS
Special Cable to Meitbaits'
1 p. m., Mond-, Jan. 20. 1013.
SEATTLE Sailed. Jan. 19. S. S. Hy-
aics, for Honolulu.
KAHl'LT I Arrived, Jan. 19. S. . XI.
S. Dollar, from Japan.
PORT LUDLOW Sailed. Jan. 10, sen.
Camano, for HIlo.
YOKOHAMA Sailed. Jan. 10. S. S
Mongolia, for Honolulu (one day
S. S. WILHELM1NA Will arrive
frcm San FYancisco Tuesday morn
ing with 127 cabin and 17 steerage
passengers; 91 bags of mail; 3 au
tos; 2io0 tons of cargo; for Hilo,
19o tons of cargo, 5 autos.
S. f. NILE Will arrive from Yoko
hama Tuesday afternoon and sail
for San Francisco Wednesday
S. S. CLEVELAND W ill arrive from
Yokohama Thursday morning and
safl for San Francisco Friday after
S. S. SONOMA Will arrive irom
SydneySaturday morning and sail
. fof raahi FraAcIsco; In; the sfterjvbon
. On the docket of the police court
tMs morning appeared the name of
Dr.' Norgaard, territorial veterinary
surgean who fas arrested on January
by wharf Officer Calvert, charged
with smoking on one of the territorial
"Good morning, doctor," said Judge
cnsarraL; after the charge had been
rfead. :, "Have you never been warned
tht it 1s against the law to smoke on
pNo,' I never bave," answered the
doctor, as be BtblTed back at the Judge.
;pfficer CalVert was then called, who
mLae-'the 'sfatement tha,tr on January
J.S he had seen Drv,. Norgaard smoking
tQhls clgareUe. away. A few
Inujeg later tne omctT be siw
. . j .
Kim lighting anotner cigarette, and ar
. "The' court finds you guilty and or-
1 riar vmi in na v ft fin of. flVA rinllnrs''
XMU QVU - - f
pleaded not guiUy and his case was
set to ".come up for trial tomorrow
Walter Williams, charged with bav
in forged a couple of checks, one of
which was for 55 paid by the Y. M. C.
a. asked tnat tne case do po&iponeu.
Kwai Sing", whd pleaded guilty of
unlawfully deallng(,In "opium, was or
dered to pay a fine of fifty dollars.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
. On Tuesday evening, January 21st,
Mystic Lodge will publicly install at
their Castle hall, cor. Fort and Bere
tanta St.,. the following officers for the
Chancellor Commander, Bro. H. A.
Giles; Vice-Chancellor, Bro. F. Davis;
Prelate, E. W. Bull; Master of Work,
Bro. Wm. Gill; Keeper of Records and
Seal, Bro. A. B. Angus; Master of Fi
nance, Bro. C. J. Hummel; Master of
Exchequer, Bro. J. F. C. Abel; Master
at Arms, Bro. A. Anderson; Inner
Guard, Bro. B. S. Nott; Outer Guard,
Thos. Foley; Trustee, Bro. J. M. Mc
Chesney. All brother Knights and Pythian
Sisters and their friends are cordially
invited to be present. Refreshments
and cards will follow. 5448-lt.
JAIL FOR: GIRL WHO TRIED
TO BURN DOWN SCHOOL
The case of Julia Kaheli, the
seventeen year old Hawaiian girl ac
cused of attempting to burn down the
Girl's Industrial School Friday even
ing, was brought up before Judge
Monsarrat's court this morning, and
upon the recommendation of the judge
was committed to the county jail until
she reaches her majority in Sep
tember. According to a statement made this
afternoon by Miss Sterritt, superin
tendent of the school, this is the sec
ond attempt which the girl has made
to destroy the school by fire, the
first attempt being made in Septem
ber, 1911. Miss Sterritt also said
that the girl made the statement that
she would continue her endeavor to
destroy the school until she suc
ceeded, and it was mainly through
this statement that Judge Monsarrat
made a disposition of the case in the
manner which he did this morning.
KAUAI SCHOOL GIRL
ATTACKED BY MAN
LIHUE, Kauai. Jan. 17. Attacked
by a man within 100 yards of hr home,
Husa Morimoto. the ten-year-old
daughter of a rice planter. last Tues
day morning succeeded in breaking
away from his grasp. Her screams
brought the family hastily to the
scene, but the assailant escaicd. She
was unable to identify the man.
A little Portiipuesc girl called a: a
neighbor's hou.se last Friday evening
after dark and told them the was
afraid to go home because some Fili
pinos in the road were using bad Lan
guage toward her. She was scortol
home, her companion
of the Filipinos, however.
b 1 :: " - -
In a lencthy decision involving a hrst
of romplicstcil legal tcchnicaiitio?, T.j
District Judpe ('lemons this morn-1
'.ng finds for the federal government
in the latter's suit to recover a bond
of 17.960 from James F. Findlay. mas
ter of the British steamship Orteric.
and his sureties, T. Clive Da v tea and
W. H. Laird.
The suit is an old one, that has bcn
banging fire in the federal courts since
acme time in 1911, when the case of
the Orteric, the immigrant ship, be
On its face it involved merely a suit
cn a bond, given to secure the pay
ment of penalties of $7,960, which
were incurred by the steamship on its
voyage to Honolulu in 1911 with 1500
Portuguese and Spanish immigrants
and which were the subject of an in
vestigation and lengthy report of the
federal grand jury of July of that year.
The ship had not complied with the
'Tassenger act of 1882" to secure
health and safety of its passengers at
sea, and as a result, among other
things, the infant mortality was very
high and the sanitary conditions of the
vessel were declared by the acting sec
retary of commerce and 'labor to have
been the worst ever reported to that
: There were also violation3 of that
provision of the law relating to the
segregation of the sexes, for which
the master pleaded the excuse of an
unavoidable want of discipline due to
a riot between the Spanish and Portu
guese a few days cut from Gibraltar,
who thereafter had to be kept separ
ated as much as possible, though this
could not be done within the rigid pro
visions of the law.
There was considerable delay In the
presentation of proof and the court
suggested the re-opening of the case
after it had first been submitted, in
order to get certain evidence in the
hands of the department at Washing
ton. On the theory of the case as first
presented, the decision held that the
government's position could not be
sustained, but the additional evidence
disclosed a different theory, which
saredthe case from being lost on ai
technicality. ... . -J '
Capt. William Matson may be aboard
the Matson liner Wllhelmina, due to
arrive here tomorrow. No definite ad
vice that he is a passenger has been
received, but, on the other hand he is
rather expected. Castle & Cooke,
agents for the Matson line, have made
an attempt to get in wireless commu
nication with the vessel but have not
yet succeeded in doing so. Capt Mat
son makes a trip here about once a
year and it is thought likely he is on
this Wllhelmina. If he comes, he is
expected to stay about a month.
ARTHUR G. SMITH, assistant at
torney general, went to Waialua to
day on a short business trip.
W. B. THOMAS, president and man
ager ' of the Thomas Pineapple Co.,
Ltd., has been very ill for several
weeks. He was reported somewhat
improved this morning, having been
able to take nourishment for the first
time In many dayB. . , r r
TT7TTA s-.a TfTl ; ' A TTV
BY LARGE COMPANY: SALES MAN
AGER TO HANDLE OUR BUSI
NESS ON THE ISLANDS. STAPLE
ARTICLE, SOLD BY ALL DEAL
ERS. MUST HAVE SMALL CAPI
TAL, AS HE WILL HAVE ENTIRE
CHARGE OF STOCK OF GOODS
AND ACCOUNTS. GOOD FOR $3.
000 PER YEAR. CALL ROOM 61
YOUNG HOTEL AND ASK FOR MR.
F. B. MORSE. 5448-2t
Clerical, or position of trust, by German-American
bachelor, 37, temper
ate. References. "S. C," this of
Woman .cook, colored, wants position;
best references. Tel 3844 or "Cook,"'
this office. 5448-lw.
Two ladies' fur coats; one gray squir
rel and rme Mongolian cat. Apply
No. 6, Cottage Grove, S. King St.
54 47-1 w.
Pass Book No. 3955. Finder please re
turn to the Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Bull Terrier. Owner can have by prov
ing property and paying expense of
keep. Apply 246 Kukui St. 5448-3t
Stenciling and art Needlework.
1317 Piikoi Stdeet. r,14S 2v.
Business and visiting cards, engraved
or printed, in attractive Russia leather
cases, patent detachable cards. Star-
Bulletin office. 5440-tf.
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