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, tfONOLULpA FE;13r19i;
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STORK VISITS TRANSPORT SHERMAN
! j Ringing Its way across many leag
ues of Pacific ocean and following
tn tie wake of the United State3 army
transport Sherman, a stork alighted
on' that vessel on last Tuesday night,
and when the hie bird had taken its
flnnrtlirA fnr narte nn'.-nnu'n it ivni
discovered that Air. and Mrs. William
A. Sduires. dental Kiirernn nf 1 v
United States army, proceeding o
Manila for station, were the proud
possessors of a bright bouncing baby
4g t . j- - . t i a. i
name of the little arrival in the troop
shin Sherman thin mornlTie. a nneApn-
ger for some reason or other the San
Francisco quartermaster clerks over
looked in making up their enrollment
of. trans-Pacific travelers.
Vorseon And Mrs. Squires were th
appy recipients of a host of con
gratulations upon the advent of the
joung itranger. pr. 'Gregory,- the
Sherman .njedical. off lcer is declared
to ; have vmodeEtly: declined the honor
Ceto'nd .name, but without avail.
) In' deciding upon the name of Sher
man, the, parents of course had . Cap
tain ftaH's gallant ccanma;jUuvleV.
' ,the little fellow proved an ob J ect
of vmuch Interest in troonshlD circles
4wlta the arrival of the Sherman at
an early. hour this morning.
' Quartermaster Agent J. W. Wicker
aham is now in charge ef the trans
port Sherman office. Hereafter, tha
business of the United BtateB army
transports has been placed in the con
trol of regular detailed army ca'ptalin.
Agent Wlckersham is an old timer -the
Quartermaster 'denartment. Ha
hat been Identified with the servics
on the '..mainland and in the Fa"
East ' '.
. ; The Sherman Is the. first troopship
to sail front San Francisco under the
new order, of things. . It is predicted
t-uair vunnermasier asem.3 win oe iu
e tailed in thfe Shefoanfi Tmomas
' At, least ten thousand tons.coal'arc
soon to be?on the way to the order
of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company, according to cables received
by the compaay today.
--The British freighter. Harmattan, a
nf mnElrfprnhlf .tnnnnrp. haq
been, placed on the berth at Moji,'
; Japan;: to load between 4500 and, 5000
tons coal, destined for Honolulu. The
Inter-Island has been advised that the
Harmattan is expected will soil from
the Japanese port for the islands on or
about February 25th.
.The Japanese freighter Koju Maru,
wnicn has on previous occasions visit
ed this port, ls,pn the way from New
castle, N. S. W to.: Honolulu with 500
tons. Australian ccal consigned to the
, Inter-Island Company. The vessel Is
expected will anive here on or about
March 5th. .
Nile Js Bringing Carnival Visitors
Visitors to the Carnival are said wilt
arrive as lay-ovtt' '.passengers in the1
Pacific Mall intermediate steamer
Nile, now on the way; down from Ban
Francisco, and due tV reach port' early
Saturday morulas. Tea passengers;
in "the Kile, will remaia ever at Ho-
cable received at the agency of H.
llackfeld AV Company today.
It fs the present intention to dis
patch the- Nile for Japan and China
rw-rf at flva nVlrwV Jrv-'tho nftprnnon.
Forty-Tlve through passengers are
: set otner travelers inciuae ten sec-
i J Art 1 1
Olia Class auu oo luiru cm&a iiaoecu-
Man lor tionoiuiu numDers
RAclctL The Nile will be berthed at
Lurtlne for Kahului Tonight
.The Matson Navigation steamer
' liarline will to dispatched for Kahu-
lul tonight with a .view pf bringing'
thatVessel 'al the ' Maut port on Fri
day as per regular schedule. The L.ur
: line' will Jbe jJUscharged pt,six hnndreji
tons. general cargo trough't "down frbia
: the coast .1 ha Lurline is expected
will return' froni Kahuul early Sun-.
,; a !v.
uay morning, a:m uruweu tu imw"
taking on n thipmcnt or sugar and
miecellanecus, cargo, with a view of
; a "dispatch" fcr an Francisco at six
o'clock Tuesday evening.
-At the office of Castle & Cooke,
the mainland have been booked.
"r Tani Matczo of Yokohama has re-:
cclved a pt mi" frm the Yokohama
narpor pJ rf 1 . us" 41iC 1 ai
the object ir1-". i- remove the sunken
articles in , b arbor. These ob-j
stacles h." 'r ( n r. source of great
. ON M WAY
danger to I end frequgptly pro-,
pellcrs havr sw. laired damages. All j
L articles lr ' -V to shore are to be!
reported t -:'r i arbor police, and will
be duly re. r.".:d to the owners there-!
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I ACROSS PACIFiC
and the Logan, following the adoption
of a new regulation in army circles.
The Sherman was berthed at the
Oceanic dock by seven o'clock this
morning. The vessel is to be given
a quick dispatch, much to tho dis
comforture of many of her military
The sailing of the vessel for Manila
at five o'clock this evening win of
course preclude any possibility of an
enjoyment of a social dance at one
of the beach resorts.
Eighty-five tons quartermaster nip
plies or personal efTects of officers and
men, will be discharged at this point.
The Sherman is to be supplied wUh
"00 tons coal before departure for the
A lata mail consisting of 190 sacks
r i rived in the vesiel.
Captain Hall, reported some- rather
rough weather from ,the time of de
parture from San Francisco until a
lew days before coming within .range
of, the Hawaiian islands. Tne Sher-.
man like the Lurline and the Cleve
land was obliged to' steam through
heavy seas and strong gales.
No sickness was reported. The ves-'
rel is said to have been frea from,
the' stowaway gentry who made a
point to secure passage between the
roast and the islands via the transport
'Passengers who left the troopship
at Honolulu included 30 cabin, 31 sec
ond .cabin, and 153 troops or enlisted
wen. Among the l?,tter were 143
casuals of the army and a few civilian
employees of the navy.
Five paxsengers and a quantity of
supplies are to be left at Guam.
For Manila the transport carries 10S
cabin, 19 second class and 213 jtroop
No regular organizations are on
board the vessel, the steerage passen
gers including 45 casuals United
States army, 96 casuals United States
cavy, 65 casuals marine corps and a
few civilians. . , ,
Two steamers In .the Inter-Isiand
Steam Navigation service departed, on
regular schedule of ports on time yes
terday. There is no dearth of officers
to man the vessels, according to dec
larations made by the Inter-Island
management this morning. All ves
sels are working, save two that are
laid up at Honolulu harbor for needed
repairs. The movement of cargo from
Honolulu to the many island ports has
never for an instant been interrupted,
despite the efforts made by a little
band of dissatisfied men who were
discharged from the company service
some weeks ago.
The Helene has been dispatched for
southern and windward Hawaii ports
under, the command of a new skipper,
who took. the place made vacant by
the retirement-of Captain Lane. The
new. master of the Helene . was for
years a mate in other steamers in the
coasting trade. -
Captain jFteeman took out the Ki
lauea yesterday desplte-the predictions
made by the strikers that be was to
leave the company
The eleven new .men arriving from
the coast in the Matson Navigation
steamer Lurline are said to, be steam
shipmen of much experience along the
east as well as the west coast, of the
United States. The recent arrivals
are held in readiness to take up work
in-tbose vessels where dissatisfaction
may have existed among the oid offi
cers. The Inter-Island company is gener
ally conceded to have more than suf
ficient men to navigate all vessels of
Along the waterfront today the gen
eral opinion expressed among ship
pingmen was that the backbone of the
alleged strike of a minority of masters
and mates was broken with the close
of last week.
When asked concerning the outcome
of the difficulty the management sim
ply point to the .regular arrival and
departure of all steamers with capac
ity cargo and lists of passengers, as
evidence, that the matter has been set
tled. Kosmos Line to, Circle the Globe
The Kosmcs Steamship Company
of Germany, contemplates opening. It
is reported, a round-the-world steam
er service, the line starting from
Hamburg and reaching the Far East
via Suez. The time to be covered by
the voyage will be eightly four days,
including the return voyage, which is
two weeks shorter than the round-the-world
service of the Holt line. The
service was to be inaugurated last
The Kosmos S. S. Co. has also un
der contemplation, says another re
port, the opening of another round-the-world
line which runs to the
North Pacific coast from Hamburg
via Liverpool. London, and Honolulu,
from next June, the distance to be
covered in ninety days. For the pur
pose the company is building five 12,-000-ton
TIDES SUN AND MOON
p m. p.m.
6 16 1 2 (".ft! 1 04 , 0 45 6.32 5.57
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2 0! 4-16 6.3
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First quarter of the moon Feb. 13th.
- Time not stated-in tables.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
Special Cable to Merehait'
Thursday, Fe. 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived. Feb. 13,
7 a. m., S. S. Tenyo Maru, hence
Arrived Feb. 13, bktn. Aurora,
hence Dec. 28.
MAHUKONA Arrived, Feb. 13, schr.
Muriel, from San Francisco.
S. S. NILE Arrives from San Fran
cisco Saturday morning and pro
ceeds to Yokohama in afternoon
S. S. CLEVELAND sails for Yoko
hama at 4 p, m. today.
U. S. A. T. SHERMAN sails for Ma
aila at 5 p. m. today.
Heavy Seas Prevent Landing at
Mail Intended for Mahukona, Ha
waii was carried on to Paauhau in the
Inter-Island steamer Wailele, owing to
rcugh seas prevailing along the coast
of ihe Big Island. Several mill roll
ers were also included in carried over
freight. . .
The Wailele is an arrival at Hono
lulu this morning, the vessel bringing
8373 sacks sugar, 11 tacks coffee, 10
l arrels tallow, 278 bales hides, 75
lad cattle and 63 packages sundries.
In returning to the home port, the
vessel is said to have met with Jinv
weather, light winds and smooth seas
being the rule. The Wailele wtil je
ceive a prompt dispatch for windward
Virginian at Maui Ports.
the Ametlcan-Hawalian freighter
Virginian was the only deep sea
steamer at Kahului, at the time the
Inter Island "steamer Claudine called
at the Maui port. The Virginian was
being supplied with a quantity of
sugar, to make up twelve thousand
tons of this product, to be shipped to
the isthmus of Tehuantepec for tran
shipment to the east' coast -of the
The Claudine met with fine weather
on both outward and inward voyages.
Captain Nevill. the new master of the
Claudine, is predicted will become a
popular navigator with the Maui peo
ple. The Claudine freight list includ
ed shipments of hogs, crates chickens
and 123 packages sundries.
Persia Has Small Oriental Cargo
Three hundred tons Oriental mer
chandise will be discharged from .the
Pacific Mail liner Persia during the
stav of the vessel at this nort on next
iTuesday. The vessel is, believed will
arrive at an early hour in the morn
ing, and it Is the present intention
of Manager Klebahn of Hackfeld &
Company shipping department, to dis
patch the steamer for San Francisco
at five o'clock in the evening.
It is possible that the Persia will
be given a ten day accumulation of
mail destined for the mainland.
As far aS Is known the Persia is
bringing a small delegation of Fili
pino, Japanese and Chinese steerage
passengers for the islands.
TYilhclmlna Hastens Trip to Hilo.
No time will be lost at Hilo so far
as the Matson Navigation steamer
Wilhelmina Is concerned. The vessel
has sailed from San Francisco with
2,450 ' tons freight for Honolulu and
690 tons for Hilo. The Matson liner
should arrive here at an early hour
Tuesday morning, and on or about
Thursday, proceed to Hilo. It is the
present intention to have the Wilhel
mina return to Honolulu on the morn
Ing of Saturday, Feb. 22, in order that
a. delegation of Hawaii folk may be
given an opportunity of witnessing the
Floral Parade festivities. The Wil
helmina s expected to bring at least
100 passengers from the coast.
'o Word from the Buyo Maru.
The Japanese freight and passenger
steamer, .Buyo Maru, believed to be
steaming from Central and South
American port's for Honolulu and ul
timately to the coast of Asia, has not
been heard from through wireless,
though Castle & Cooke, the local
agents, expect the liner to reach here
by tomorrow morning. The Buyo Ma
ru should .have .arrived at Honolulu
last Tuesday morning, according to
regular schedrle. The vessel has 900
tons nitrates for discharge at this
port. Following a fumigation at the
hands of the federal quarantine offi
cials, the vessel will be berthed at the
Los Angeles Party on Sonoma.
Thirty people are traveling towards
Hawaii nei in the Oc?ani? liner So
iioma who were organized at Los An
geles, according to advinces received
1 1 the agency of C. Brawer and Com
f.ny. The party includes: Mr. and
Mrs. Harison Teller. Miss Emma Tel
ler. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Whlteney. Mr.
aid Mrs. E. P. Warner, Mrc. M. T.
Rowley. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Morehouse.
Davis party. Mr. and Mrs. J. Beiird
Jr.. Master Beaird. Mr. and Mrs. Allan
Wheeler. L. R. Mason. F. O. Mason.
Thompson party.' Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
liobllt. Miss Alice Tuttle. Mrs. John
Wolfskill, Mrs. Robt. E. Moore. Mr.
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lOOT llli ' ilTS HlORfi Fl loll 1 01
(HI I f THE
One of the first official acts of Gen
eral Macomb on resuming command
of the Department of Hawaii this
morning, was to put his o. k. on plans
for the military parade for Washing
ton's birthday, which were formulated
by Colonel McGunnegle and Adjutant
general Campbell. Owing to the long
hike from Schofield Barracks, and the
lack of funds for railroad transporta
tion, it has been decided not to bring
the First and Twenty-fifth foot regi
ments into town, and the column will
he considerably shortened by the loss
of two full regiments. This is a great
disappointment to the Floral Parade
committee, and to the citizens in gen
eral, but even without the organiza
tions, the army showing will be a
The following are the principal
points relative to the parade, contain
ed in a memorandum which has just
been issued from department head
quarters. Brigadier-general M. M. Macomb
will 'command the parade.
The.. staff pf the general Officer com
manding the parade will be as fol
lows, and wHl report to. Him at de
partment headquarters at 9 a. m., Feb
ruary 22 : Major Al' S" . Conklin, chief
of staff; Lieutenant-colonel Archibald
Campbell, adjutant general; JJeuten-ant-colbnel
J. ti! G.ilbraith, Inspector;
Lieutenant-colonel H- I- Raymond,
chief surgeon; Major B. Frank Cheat
ham, chief quartermaster; Major Wm.
P. Wooten, chief engineer; Captain J.
S. Johnson, chief ordnance officer;
First Lieut. Frank Andrews, aide.
The head of the parade will form
on King street, In front of the en
trance to the executive grounds.
The following organizations in the
order named will march in the parade,
place of assembly of each being indi
Fourth Cavarly on Richards street,
south of King; head of column at
First Field Artillery on Richards
street, north of King in column, fac
ing south; head at King street.
Second Infantry at Merchant street,
between Richards and Fort; head at
Richards. . i . .
Coast Artillery battalion, and Com
pany "I," third battalion of engineers
on King street, between Richards and
Fort;. head at Richards.
First regiment, National Guard of
Hawaii on executive grounds; hpead
of column at King street entrance.
Kamehameha Cadet battalion on
Mililanl south of King, head at King
All organizations 'will be at their
designated plates of assembly; forma
tion complete, at -9: 80 a. m. sharp.
The guides wHl be right.
The cavalry will march in columns
of platoons of three Bets of fours each,
The field artillery in column of sec
tions. Infantry, and troops acting as such,
in column of platoons of three squads
The line of march- will be from the
executive grounds 4ong King street
to victoria- street, thence along Vlc:
torla to Eeretania avenue, passing the
reviewing stand on the right between
Young street and Beretania avenue,
Thence along Beretania avenue east
to Punahou street. ;
Bands will not turn out of column
In passing reviewing stand.
The general officer commanding the
parade will leave the column at his res
idence, 1031 Beretania avenue, north
side of the street, from which point hg
will review the parade as it passes.
At Punahou street the parade will
LETTER GETS HERE
JUST THE SAME
"Mr. M. Philipps & Co.,
This is the address on a letter Trom
Germany found by Mannie Phillips,
of M. Phillips & Co., Ltd., in the firm's
Everything in the printing line al
Star-Ralletin, Alakea street; branch,
and Mrs. Gilber Kintey, Benj. F. Field,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Strong, M. E. Mitchell.
A. C. Burall, Mrs. W. A. Gardner, Miss
S. Conor, Mrs. C. Bowie. Mrs. M.
iiartley, R. M. Walker. W.c A. Faris.
Mrs. M. M. W'alker, Mrs. A. Faris,
Mrs. Clarke, Miss Clarke, Mr. and Mrs.
V. W. Gunther. Miss Edith Dampier,
J. M. McComville. Joseph Usher, Hoyt
piirty, Mr. Allen, Mr. Robin3.
Says Shfr Trust Exists.
WASHINGTON. Shipping agree
ments whereby the North German
Lloyd, the Hamburg-American, the
Red Star and other trans-Atlantic lines
keep out of each other's European
ports were acknowledged before the
House committee on merchant marine
by W. C. Sickel of New York, vice-director
of traffic of the Hamburg-American
Hilonian in Passenger Trade.
The next trip of the Matson Naviga
tion steamer Hilonian to the coast,
that vessel may cater to trans-Pacilio
passengers, according to the an
nouncement from the agency of Cas
tle and Cooke. The Hilonian has ac
commodation for forty travelers. The
vetsel is on the way down from th?
bound and is listed to sail for San
r'ranciseo on Feb. 27.
Maui Returning tomorrow.
Wiih sugar to the amount of n?ar!y
ten thousand sacks, the Inter-Island
steajrer Maui is expected will return
to Honolulu early tomorrow morning,
the vessel having picked up m cargo
along the coast of Hawaii.
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CITIZENS KILLED g M !
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rebel battery came .forward, .were
struck and instantly kilted. Others are
reported to have been seriously
wounded, but this cannot be verified at
Shrapnel from other batteries and a
rain of rifle ouiiets Jell upon the
grounds of the American legation, but
so far as can be ascertained now none
of the inmates of the building was in
jured. Ambassador Wilson Ts now caring
for more than 600 refugees who have
been driven from their homes, many
of whom are unable to provide food
for themselves and their families.
Others among this crowd were forced
out of their homes by the rebels, who
evicted them when they wished to
post shartshooters in the houses the
Americans were occupying.
Transportation and all trade is at
a complete 'standstill. The bank are
closed and the fronts of all the houses
near the center of. the city completely
RELIEF WORK NOT RESPECTED
MEXICO CITY, Mex Feb. 13.
The .White Cross is already caring
for twelve hundred " wounded tn 'and
around the scene ef rioting and bat
tle.' ThY president jpf this society,' a
Mexican, and several members have
been executed because the Diaz forces
clajm they were detected -..carrylhg
ammunition. ' " '
jfne ' Madero troops, on the other
hand refuse"'' to recognize the " Red
Cjrps; alleging .that yC Is pofittcalfy
hostile to the present "government;
Neither side respect the' ambulances
and ifletd "hospital work of the other.
BARRETT HAS "PEACE-PLAN
'WASHINGTON' D.' C.; Feb. 13
John ' Barrett," dTrecJtorQeneraf ;of the
PanmeHcahUhlon. and; head r the
bureatijof '; Pan-AmeHcan. Republics,
propfise'd a Vomrrilttee of demliatlon to
take. Vntarit actiort to stop hostltrtles.
He proposes ""'Sfchatoir EHhu Root,
Francisco de la Barra, the noted
Mexjcan statesman, the third to be
named. 'v ; :
taft wTitlL rBiPtaKe ' ,
. ;;THE;INITIATIV.E NOW
Associated Wess)1 ' ' " '
WAS H 1 N GTO W.TD. Ci 'Feb. J3.4
With 'two wdfe'' Americans killed' by
MexIcW'butteWe "crisis x'to thej
south nas?broughtPresldeht Taft faee
ti, face IWltb 'wriatrf declared to be;
the tgraYest" tltu'atlo that' n con-?
fronted ;hinv 'In ' 'off icfc ! " " ' ; j
; A 'joltf 'aHny ".and "navy ' Heard, conJ
v'ened with the' most urgent haste, as
sembletf today fn 'Admlral Dewey's of
flee' Thl -bbanf'Went oveFthe eh-?
tire situation arefulfyr ' ' ' j
"President faff himself declines to
take tile initiative 'in any Intervention
plan. He is .frankly quiescent. He'
says he is unwilling to act without
the authorization of congress.
KNOX TAKES ACTION
Secretary of State Knox has author
ized Ambassador Henry Lane Wilson
to draw $10,000 upon the United
States treasury for the relief of desti
tute Americans. Americana are urged
to. shun danger wherever possible.
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prominent citizens of Hawaii of both
parties. Democrats prominent in city
and county affairs and many Demo
cratic members of the territorial leg
islature have given their backing to
Mr. Watson in strong terms.
Attorney Watscn's friends here are
entirely sanguine of his appointment,
the more so because of assurances of
support he has received from Wash
ington. Ajnong those who are enlist
ed in his support and whose Influence
is to be counted in national affairs are
the chairmen of many important com
mittees of both the house and senate.
Returning here several months ago
suffering from the illness that attack
ed him in Washington, Mr. Watson
has improved in health rapidly. For
some weeks he has been hard at work
in his office, and now spends most of
the day in his professional duties. He
has been informed by his physicians
that the improvement in his health
will be continuous and that it will not
be long before he will be almost en
tirely recovered from the effects of
illness. The fact that he is now able
to undertake much difficult work is
cited in some of the indorsements, it
I is said, because part of the opposition
. to his candidacy has been openly stat
l ed to be based on allegations that he
is nui puj-sicaiij auie io carry uu me
arduous duties of the governor's of
fice. Mr. Watson's friends here are giv
ing him the most faithful of support.
He is assured, they say. of stronger
local backing than that given any
other candidate, and they point to the
largely nonpartisan character of his
indorsements to prove that his candi
dacy is popular with representatives
of al! parties and all classes.
The China Import & Export Lumber
Co., Ltd., has established a regular
steamship line between North China
and Japan ports and Portland, Ore.,
and Puget Sound, and will quote es
pecially favorable rates on shipments
in the Pacific coast. Steamers on
I this service include the Unkai Maru,
( Manshu Maru, Bangor. Powhatan,
ranging from 6000 to S200 tons d. w.
The Unkai Maru was reported to have
sailed from Portland, Ore., for China
on January 15th.
Upon arrival at San Francisco by having it SEALED before leaving Hono
lulu. We giva our personal attention to
that it is proptriy Sealed. f p -.
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
J AS. H. LOVE.
No distinction was made In permit
ting Honolulans to board the Hamburg-American
liner Cleveland during
the ho':rs from 3 to 5 yesterday after
noon and from 10 to 12 this morning.
The declaration that enlisted men
from the United States army were de
nied the privilege, ofxotag,'abpafd the
big excursion steamer during , the re
ception hours 'was . Indignantly denied
this taornirig at the office of H. Hack
feld' & Co., the focal representatives
for the German linear.
t Soldiers were. neVef refused pe rm le
sion. to visit the vessel ' at the time
specified. On the .other hand, a'tdn
Slderable' number of Uncle Sam's
fighting-men weVe numbered among
the throhg that', boarded the ' vessel
yesterday and today.; -
However, when .the tlnje limit for
visitors oh , board the Cleveland .had
expired, ,ofdiers 'as ellas .'civilians,
women ' and ; children '.were 'excluded
from the vessel 'that 13 Moored at ; Ala
kea wharf. The ;aevelahd' is; to sail
for Japan, China and the " cruise
around the 'wbdat J. o'clock, this aft
ernoon. The., trmdrifxl band will
play laS (vesseU frff. jfr f ?A) ;
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bu- where the '' trouble lay.,
The wharf .was .built under the ' de
partment of public1 works and tho 1 ko
thdrity of the bdard of harbor (bm'
missioners.v' Several 'of the commis
sioners; it 'is khoVh, '.-are as 'angry
over the' matter as ire the legisla
tors. ,The commissioners. It Is stated
6ri: good authority,' trusted "to the de
partment of jpublic'brkk'tD pass ex
pert' opinion :on the'' ;plans for- the
wharf and " its 'CohstrtictioH." MihnSn
campbelT; as superintendent 'M pub
lic works 'was chairman of the harbor
tommission until a few weeks ago
when he was ' sncceeded : by H - K.
Bishop. : '. - , ,
' The Mahukona Vwhart probe Is one
of several ' ;threstlg3,tiohs that are
spoken of -as '' eertaintb he launched
at;tho deparMeht "of tnblic: yntt.f- -'
' Some ' Republican members tf the
legislature ' say , that party - politics ' is
back of the : fight, : and . that the Demo
crats are going to demand a series of
investigations for the purpose of put
ting the Republlca nparty and the
government of Hawaii In as unfavor
able light as possible. - .:
Small cottage, : furnished or unfurnish
ed, walking distance from town. Ad
dress A. L. S this office. 5f69-2t
Expert chauffeur wishes position drfv
lng for private family. Address
"Chauffeur," .this Office. 5463-2L 1
Position as delivery wagon driver, by
experienced driver acquainted .with 1
town.- References. Address "Driv-
this office. 5469-2L
One long, black Spanish lace scarf, be
tween end of Kaimuki car line and
corner of Fort and Hotel. Return
to this office and receive reward.
Pearl cross, on Monday. Reward if re
turned to this office. 54693L
Choice Jersey Durham French milch .
cow.- Heifer calf. Apply to 1839 j
College 3t. 5469-3L . ;
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Spalding & Co., Phone 4266
Dargain $1900, House and Lot with
fruit bearing trees, ferns, flowers,
etc.. chickens and chicken run; lot
75x200; Tenth ave., near car line.
$2750 House and large lot. beautiful
home, grounds improved; Park ave.,
near car line.
$1500 Hou.se and lot on Waialae road
one block from cars; water, gas,
street graded; near school.
$2900 House and lot 90x100. rents for
$35 per month, including furniture;
Sixth ave.. near car.
$3200 House and lot. Over an acre
of improved land, fruit-bearing trees,
i beautiful country home on Eleventh
avenue, fino panoramic view.
$675 Large Lot on Lurline Ave, will
double in value in a few months. En
$750 Large lot, cor. Hilonian Boulv.
and Pele Way. High elevation, fine
view of Koko head, water on the
$850 Lot 75x150. Waialae Road near
15th Ave., land improved, street
graded, water and gas.
$800 Lot 150x100. cor Kaimuki and
8th ave., unexcelled view.
$550 Cor. lot 50x75. cor 13th and
Park Ave., stone fenced, nicely im-
Spalding & Co.. KalmuXi Locators.
5469 tf. Q
he.tJoible of havino Your Baggage
Baggsge entrusted to us and see
With a more active market than
'yesterday, there is no improvement in
the prices of stocks. Sugar is not ex
clusive in the depression, for Pinoap
jple has lost a point In two dpclins.
Oahu has come down within a half
point of par, and is beginning to look
attractive to buyers with an eye to llw
future when the cloi'ds will hav
rolled away. Onomea is down half a
point, and Ewa a quarter. Hawaiian
Irrigation sixes show a fall of half a
point. Pioneer and McBryde are un
changed. Of Pioneer 5 and 10 shares at 20.2.".
are reported. McBryde brought 4.5ft
for 20 shares In recess and 90 on the
baord. Hawaiian Irrigation sixes sold
at 100.50 for $3000 between sessions.
On the board Onomea sold at 32 for !
shares; Pineapple, 46.23 for 10 and 4i
for 50 and 5 shares; Oahu, 20.50 for 13
shares, and Ewa, 23.75 for 5 shares.
In several cases the asked, price is
at or below last-sale figures. .
The governor has received work
from the state department that tho
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of the coming of His Majesty's ship
the New Zealand, to Honolulu, to visit
here from June 4lith to June 19th, In
clusive. r read ! .!a the SUr-BaUeUa. It
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our mo:t active moveaients .
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