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HONOLULU STAK-BULLETIN, JUTtfRDAY, FER 15, loTi
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Reconstruction and alterations in j
the Pacific ..Mail . liner Nile, accorap-j
llshcd within ten days' time, and dur.
Ing the stay' of the vessel at San
Francisco, arc declared . to add greatly
to the existing popularity of the Nile
as a trans-Pacific passenger carrier.
It was with pardonable . pride that
Captain. George S.Lapraik; master of
the trim little, liner, was Induced this
mprning to point out a fevrof the im
portant changes being ' made in the
(prrangement of ' staterooms and ac
commodation for the traveling public.
Eight new cabins have been added to
the equipment of the. vessel. These
.rooms are all large, well lighted and
ventilated and ; are r lavishly fitted
; jrlth -. all modern' ppliaai(Jes for - the
comfort of the traveler. k ;
' "PurserUolin Bloonter iow attends to
Ms multitude "fcf duties In an office,
the tqual of wh.Ich' Js seldom found on
bbard a steanjerj calling t'sinoluluu
JTh purser's headqisarters are " locat
ed at a iar more convenient jxnnt ana
a mattei' that serves td appeal! to' the
Uaveler.1 w;i-i , wi--rj -No sickness Js reported on the trip.
Before 14 tho workr of Valteratlcn is A search ' for; Btbwaways alsb'iproved
completed, the Nile Is BaidHWiUpbs-jfruiqess:' : A!vHsr:i' Vi -
seas ;f ar more accommodation f or Asl-1 The NUe vs:. listed for- dUpateh lot
atic ateerare passengers. When the ' Japanand, China ports atllve:'ciocfc
Nile; arrived fcat , ;3an Francisop.frpm'lilis etentag"rA;lew:;ABlatIcpassW
f tne orient two serious cracks ' were' gers'jWUi joiir the vessel at;XJus. poru
- found Ihilhestefn traaeV tJlirtng theA small p4fJ3t;ot fcoaj is Irelng-sup-t
C8."? ?" Lf Co; plied, biss16datT.J
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VThe, Oceanic s liner Sonoma, from
V Fan f Francisco for Honolulu, VPago
t'ago andfSydncy,' will' be.'delayed in
. tirrl val ' at this port. A. .wireless re
ceived 'atj the .agency of , C5 Brewer . &
: Company "today, advises ' that the
Sonoma, now on the- war. 4pyn from
the,' coar t 'will te at Ilonoluln bnMon
day evening. '' - V.,V;''" r '
. A Unfavorable, weather lt"telieved the
" causa, for. the liner falling to make
this ; pcrt'At the ccaEtomed ; -Ottr'oa
'' Mpnday mofnlng! Theonoma, sail
ed from" San Francisco with both a
':: pew . port as ; well r as starboard tail '
, thaft -The repairs to- the vessels
machinery .'Wereald, to have been
completed In record time. . v
Qne of the 'largest lists .of cabin
fKEsenfers.for.Uonolulu to arrive In
h Sonoma is abord this vessel on the
; present : voyage. -; , ( ' ;
It was announced this, morning that
.140 cabin, two second class and thir
, teen steerage passengers are . des
tined , for "the islands. , , Between forty
, and fifty cabin DaEserucers ' are nro-
efidinr to Australia: , -
i No definite : announcement Is yet
;made where Jthe Sonoma-wiU berth,
but It js hoped, that with the arrival
' Of the' ship Marion ChUcott fromithe
coast the Sonoma may receive a-sup-
ply of -fuel . ell while ; moored at the
Pceanic .wharfs Should tho 6iltanker
fall to put in an appearance, t the So-
soma Ijnaribe. aent to the Hackfeld
Vkharf, where oil mains are i laid. s
,The Sondma" has 558 tons cargo for
discharge at -Honolulu. The vessel,
Is said will bring-259 sacks of mail
few ih uiqt-b . ... t
-Royal .Ma!! Une bids -for. Csnai
. . h. J. M. Nash, special repre:entatlve
ot the -Royal v Mail - Packet br?amsuiv
Company? for the United 'States and
Canada, on arriral at San Francisco j
nnnnnAa,l thflf fnmnonv he ronr
nta 'r1Tl "Ra' rfir (ia flrf Pti-r.-.aTi
nrn i i i n 10 irivnnw t no 1 r m 'ii on iot i
ctmberus' to se the Panama canal to
Z. ; . i ? -
reach SoBth' and -Northern American b( lh fael 6hlls authori2e4 by Con
ports, Inchtdfng ' the 'port of San Fra- g,ss- 4, .
ci v?o. The company Is one or the big-' . S4uPplemKe a"5 feT!7 ieyel 8
;;gfsfsteamihip organizations in the i"lWh!ithe fuf! fP Kanawha
world,-controlling a number of sub- J hult,here, carafe instructions ji-um
sidiaries," whose lines give it a foottoll Vashlngton that figures be submitted
In practically al. the important pofls " the of bulldinS a sister iue,
orthe-world ' 1 ' - ahips, tha Maunce.
" Nash's visit was primarily for the - Tentative estimates on the Kanawha
purpose of''inalng -pUm!nty.aTevweJJ within the 81.140,000 maxK
rangJments for Obtaining dockage Tac-, Kwm allowed -by Congress. -and naval
ilitics for the Royal Mfcil Packet'lin- . constructors here said that ir.Marels
ers in San Francisco bay, according t and should receive the contract for
his announcement. ..The company .i-th ships, the cost of building them
ready has been'tendered reports. con- M b proportionately less than for
cerning port charges and dockage fa- either. one. alone.
cllltles, but Nash intenas gaining moTe :
detailed Information concerning those Phillips Sack From Coast Tour
two items. Peter T. Phillips, well known purser
, Ft! (With the Inter-Island Steam Naviga-
.The report arrivps from San Diego. Jion Cornpan y and a popular eClcIal
where Mr,Pau! La Royal, a millionaire in the Mauna Kea, Is back at his desk
mining engineer cf the City of Mexi- following a six weeks tour ofthe
o. and 'representative of a 'uig Ens- f.oast and the. mainland. JurserThil
"llsh syndicate is Investigating the JP. dectares that he spent a delight
"t', f..n ti.B tht f vacation on the. Pacific slope.
cate is purposing to develop the trade
vlc jiuiu.u3 .
t the -western coast or Mexico rur- ,
Xt by the inauguration of another nfpd0a lA?TlZni frin
steamship company. Mr. La Roynal Philips completed his first round trip
"SVc "tolt San: Pedro. San Francisco, in the , Kilauea this morning, and to
Portland. Pnget Sound. Victoria and ? is removing his effects to the
VancouvCT to secure all the data ob- JIa?a K? b baa been Placed in
tainable regarding each harbor, in rvic' after a general overhauling,
order that he may report to his com- "
pany. It is further stated that this Durinp the la: t several weeks five or
English concern will start its service six schooners familiar to Honolulu
with eight vessels. Mr. La Royal have been chartered for South Amer
will not divulge the name under which ia. No rates hive been published,
the company will operate, as he says but it is believed they are holding up
it would result in increased difficulty well, although below the figure reach-
In the purchase of vessels. d several months ago.
plates have been riveted over the
cracks and the repairs have been
passed by the underwriiers' surveyor
tnd by the government inspectors.
The damage was caused by the rud
der, which is unusually heavy: ""A
change in the method of hanging the
rudder win be made at Hongkong,
where the Kile will be drydocked It
is believed that this ' will' relieve ( the
.strain which the patches, Vfco'tferer',
are sufficiently strong'to bvercobxe:
The Nile was berthed atAlatfea
wharf this morning followltig a ."plea
ant voyage from"-San Francisco., Her
officers agree In -declaring; tnatvreathv
ei conditions - were of' "the 'sc1 M
Ten cabin passengers f will !remat
over , at HonoluHiTlie throttgh Hat
includes 45 cabin, 19 second class and
34 Asiatic iteerage1' passengers.3
The NUe is 'loaded to . the baten
covers with a' rarled cargof -general
ir.arctairdlseVliThe vessel Is to 'make
a can at Manila; at which, point 'a con-
KidraW 'rrdstitltr it ' miflrtprVnaatpr
? cargo W1H be left.
Tuesday , morning'1 should bring'- the
Matson Navigation liner Wllhelmln
to an anchorage ' at the quarantine,
foUowed at an, hour later by her arri-
val at the wharf.
The Wilhelmlna, with 123 cabin
and eight steerage passengers, is od
the way down from San Francisco
and is to berth at Hapkfeld Iwharf . at
the usnal hour TufeBda ' morning.' -
An interesting', item In the freight
fcr the Islands is a shipment of twenty-nine
.automobiles, fourteen for Ho-
nolulu and ' fifteen for discharge at
Honolulu cargo amounts to 2450l
tons,, while the vessel will leave 690
tors during the stay at Hllo. '
In addition to a quantity of express
matter, the steamer is reported as
bringing down 154 sacks of mail.
Castle & Cooke will arrange for
the dispatch of the steamer for : Hllo
to permit prospective passengers an
extended visit at this city during the
.Snarks from the Wireless.
vTne ioiiowing wireless message has
been received from the Oceanic S. S.
Co '8 S. "3. Sonoma, bound for Hono-
Iulu frm San Francisco:
.' s- s- SONOMA, at sea, Feb. 14, 8 p.
m- 140 cabin passengers, 2 second
cabin passengers, 13 6teerage passen
jsers, 558 tons general cargo for Hono-
ilulu 29 sacks mall for Honolulu. Ex-
pect to arrive Monday evening.
The following wireless message has
been received by the agents of the S.
s- Wilhelmlna, bound for Honolulu:
"For Honolulu: 123 cabin passen-
i gers, v steerage passengers, i4;nags
mattef; 245o tons cargo, U automo-
biles. For Hilo: 15 automobiles, 69Q!way portg Feb i5.Mr. and-Mrs. S.
tong cargo. Ship arrIve Tuegy
j moroiag . and . 4ock at the Hackfeld
United States Favor. Mar l.land.
VAT.I.P-Tr Mara T'i-nl mrv hniM
thf, cold weather then prevail-
t-i r aoi.caH dim n ulna fnr tha cimnv
' In m i (Ul 10! Ofi
In m l U.m. .
2 04 6-Jl 5
5. 30 8.14' 6 6 001
i - i - - i
" 10 2fc t.5 , a- 3 08j 4.16
14 1 1.41 1.7 ; 3-06'
1,0.371 1.8 llllhj
Krst-quarterof the moon. Feb. 12!VP wr,'.!irtlll, M fniJows- ramn.
Time not stated in tables.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM Trit ISLANDS
Special Cable 4o-Merchants
Saturday. Feb. 13, 1913.
San Francisco Sailed, February
J3, 1:20 p. m., P. M. S. S. Mongolia
.Grays Harbor Arrived, February
Hischr. Lurlow,, hence January .29. i
Aeroarams. " " " i t,
' a S. PersiaArrives ' from .Yokoi
hama Tuesday morning and proceeds
fco San Francisco ' probably in 'the
afternoon. ' j ? . .
' S. S. yVllhelnna--Arrives Tfronir
San Francisco Tuesday morning with
wi v uiwi, wv yi vft6"
km ha m Af wittil 'Jj-.fl . lAna AF. .Am.'
autos;- forTillo, or autos WO tons"
Ir?'mtn im', fmn, .'.fi
h u i m nn ; m.1 rn n n v vvani n t r-vr n mil i '
- W M- J . - . t A
cablnf:2 second cabin and IS steeraae
AVSSJlVtrtnk f1. MrM iorl
259 '8lcks;f mall - ,
1A -. "3 n -c
SugarPound at Many; Plantations, v
VracUcaUr all plaatations along' Hav.
wall are rcDfesented in " the ' Ust lot
i silgar awaldfig;shIp'eiiti5rac)Tding
i p report1" '.that has1 reach ed'thls -city
,lanea.".Tne folldwlni stdpnients are
listed : - blaa 29t300, aWlattea 8GO0; Haf
wall MirCo. -3400, Hifo' Stfgar,Coll,
300,, Onomea; esSOPepcelteo-'lSOO.rHd-'n'omu
2(K). Hakalati' 11. laupahoei-
hoVS400 kalwlki' 63d0(-Kukaliu 1690,
HamaKnaAiuir4Suu, r aaunaa uuu,
.Honokaa 4Q0O,,Kulraihaele 5000r Puna
ItHttUO, Hon.uapd'1586 ;sacks."i. )
Mongolia failed Wjth Many fasten.
iers. v'-'.-' " ' ' -
:The, Pacific Mail 1 iner
sailed from San Francisco at 1:30
this afternoon for Honolulu and tne.Kahaluu; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Smith,
coast of Asia.1, The big liner la due
t ' ' m A . mmmtm V . WW I J
t0 arrive here early Friday morning
and it Is understood that a large
number of passengers are , destined
for this city and will remain over for
the Floral Parade and carnival.
01! Tanker Makes Port
Bringing forty thousand barrels of
fuel oil, tne. oil tanker Santa Maria
is ari arrival from Port San Luis,
j witn 0x consigned to the local branch
Inf thfl Union Oil Homnanv. The
Tessel steamed down to the islands
in cine days.
It is the -intention to dispatch, the
Pacific Mail, liner Nile for the orient
at five o'clock this evening.
The steamer Nilhau with general
cargo ror Honoaaa ana ivuKuinaeje is
tc 'be dispatched this afternoon.
The Inter-Island steamer Mauna Kea
jhas been placed on the Hilo run after
a general overhauling. The vessal is
; ur heduled to depart for the Big, Island
Ut-three o'clock this afternoon,
The Japanese freighter Buyo Maru
nas been released from quarantine and
was sent to the Hackfeld wharf to dis
charge nine hundred tons nitrates.. Tb'
vessel is expected wIU be dispatched
for Japan ports on Sunday morning.
PASSEJrCERS BOOKED. i
Pr Rtr. Mauna Kea. for Hilo via
Payne, J. P. M. Richards, Mrs. E.tV.
Smith. Mrs. Geo. W. Daw, Miss E.
Da Mrs. J. B. Nuss, Miss Vina
Nuss. H. Busher, Mrs. W. ,J. Moody,
John'Breault, J. Fernandez, -wife and
two children; Mr. and Mrs. F. Fer
nandez,.Mrs. A. V. Fernandez, Mrsi
Patterson, Mrs. E. M. Foster, J. Mei
hecke. R. 'Ii. Halsey, C. B. Hall; Pal
mer Hext, Kan Yen, Col. Sam Johnson,
A. Haneberg, p. H. Glade, Mrs. Blor
meyer, Miss McMillan, -Mr. and MrsL
M. E. Church, H. Glade, Mrs. Cowles,
Miss Randolph, Mr. .and Mrs. -E. -P.
Marshall, T.'M. Barrows, Miss Atchin
ebn. Miss M. E. Averille, Mr. and Mrs!
E. Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Kemp. W
U W. Miller, J. P. Keppler, Mrs. L. Ti
Gatese. Mrs. G. A. Meyer and two in
fants, Mr. and Mrs. A. Greery, Mr. and
Mrs. F. G. Hummell, E. A. Sherlock.
v Per str. Kinau. for Kauai ports. Feb.
13. Bishop Libert, G. Bustard, M. Gsa
ki, S. Spitzer.
Per str. Claudine, for Maui ports,
Feb. 17. Lv.Tobriner, Mrs. Henshall.
Per str. W. G. Hall, for Kauai ports,
Feb. 20. Mrs. J. K. GandalL
Per stmr. Kilauea. from Hilo and way
torts Cecil Brown, Geo. Lycurgusj
Geo. F. Bush. Dr. . V.. Wilcox. J. M.
I . , i , ..j't T r-., a . nA
lurlan and wife,' B. J. Boorman ani
wife. Miss C. Wild,Mrs. T. E. Cnrtian,
.MrsxC E. Conrad. Miss A. Conrad,
WlssvD. Hay ward.' .B. Higraan and
wit?, H. A; James, W. M. O'Brien, Dr.
D . E. Gibbons. Mrs. J. Raggio, Mrr,. M.
Patterson. Mrs. E. M. Forster, Mrs.
A. McKlllop. Thos. Hext, Mrs. H.,
V, alU. A. J. Leister and wife. Miss
Girvin. Mrs. B. F. Walton. D. Mc
Manus. C. W. Weatherwax. C. G.
Fcwnrtz and wife. Jno. A. Scott. Jno.
T Moir. D. Fullawar. W. M. Glffard.
p. E. Jletzser. wire and child and two
servants, Dr. A. Irwin, Lee Cochrane,
W7 10.44. Ill 111 I 1 1 ltd III III II I I 111 ' w-V 1 1 i i k
H4U DDUUM fflUUUKL Lffl
The annual meetine of the Honolulu
Yacht Club was held at the Myrtle
.boathouse at 7:30 o'clock last evening,
'-.li.l i rr- u t
-M ' " " - v v w v ' "
k Several important matters of busi
ness were. discussed following the elec
tion of officers, and it was decided to
take over the house at the peninsula
which has been given up by the Ha-
waii Yacht Club. The yachting sea-
son will be opened during the latter
part cf April, with a social and dance,
Three new members were. voted into
theclub at the meeting last; evening,
bringing Jthe total membership of the
club to. fifty. As reported bythe re-
tiring treasurer, the finances of the
club- are In sgood condition; there
Ingat-the present time more than two
hiindred -dollars in the treasury.
During the last year Max: Bolte won
the Honolulu . Yacht Club enp for sail-
lngttne ivy ; in the , Honolulu Yacht,
irinlv 'moot ..TM, rMtafl tn
,: uri..iv,f nnf.
bell Crozier, commodore; E. Crozier, ing a call to take passage to the ts!
vice commodore; Ted Cooper, secre- and? and enter the service of therla
tary; Max Bolte. treasurer; W. Lyle, ter-Island Steam Navigation Company,
port captain; C; Simms. auditor; and This was the announcement that
Luther Hough, chairman of the regat- reached here today with the arrival of
'Ca88iay was presented with the E. O. ,alohg aUthe wharves and ? with the
ABush cup.;steamers'aa if nottlng happened. The
I ri.1!. It5 'ee'.v?? a )e.nnn5 ..:
' ainouse tne peninsula wm
A WT VVl M.' Btikk 4m. A A MM f a4m4?mm AMffff
bers'of the club will get together and
place and improve it generally
? a--1 l A LEX AN PER YOUNG.
4 John ;.3c0tt, ijilo; Thomas .E.
MaTtin;San Francisco; R. H. Brlttan,
FanvFrancisco; C. G. Anderson,: San
Francisco ?. Thomas .' Hext, Denver;' C.
S.toid,l?ofcala; J. P. Boad.Kohala;
Mrs. .Thomas ' E. Curtin. 'Colorado
Springs;" H. A. Janies, Virginia City,
Sfev.;'R..?W. OlsenKahukn; L. Weiczr
eimer, Lahafha; Charles Gay, LanaU
Mr. "and Mrs. F: R. Webber, Boston!
W. H. Eustis, Minneapolis; Col. R. U
j Heist, Leilehua; Dr. George B. Tuttlev
- ... .
Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McGowan,
Portage, Wis.; E. A. Heacock, Phila
delphia; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Henry,
Kahuku; Dr. Olsaon-Seffer, Mexico
City; A. Robiusonj San Francisco; J.
R. Mclaughlin, Seattle; W. E. Biggs.
San Francisco -
1 ROYAL, HAWAI (AN
..G. C. Hawkins,, Edmonton; Archie
Irwin,' Hakalau; D. McMahus, Ed
monton; Dr. and Mrs. van Driven,
Hamburg; Mr. and Mrs. Willis Marks,
Los Angelesf Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Pelton, "Pasadena'; A. Hull, Hilo; K.
B. Bennett Heeia; J. N. Cualde, New
York; D. G. Crandon, Boston; W. K.
H. H. Morehead, W. P. Johnson. Rev.
Kipl, Mrs. Bright and five children,
N. K Lyman and wife, F. D. Chandler,
T. Hagen, F. Stange, Mrs. Kekuewa
and daughter, Mm Waiwaiola, H. W.
Kaaleiboa, Sam Pua, Mrs. H. C. Aus
tin, Mrs. C. S. Bond, Miss J. Bpnd, C.
B Gage, Frank Woods and wife, C. C.
Anderson, H.; F. ' Sorenson and wife.
Miss HartweH, Mrs. J. C. Searle and
daughter, H. F. Knudsen, W. C. McCoy,
Rev. W. H. Merrill, G. Tanabe, G. W.
Lonamy, Miss H. Pickard, R. H. Brit
4ain, 1. C. Regd, P. Goodness, J Wil
ton, A. C. Mozetta, Mrs. Pak San.
Ferrelra, wife and child, W. Buchanan,
wife and child and servants. E. Waiao
holo, Mrs. Waiaoholo, Misses Waio
holo (3), Mrs. Henning and child, R.
11. -Makekau, C. Makekau, wife anj
two children, A. V. Peters, P. Hall,
Mrs. Tanga and. seven daughters, A.
K. Ting and snow, Aki Tom.
Per P. M. 3. S. Nile, from San Fran
cisco For Honolulu: Mr. and Mrs.
D. M.-Dyer, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice V.
Joyce. Mrs. E. M. Magee, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. E. Maufl, Clinton La Mou
tagne, D. Querzani, Miss L. K. Whit
ney. For Yokohama: Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. ; Blood, Chas. Chambers, James
Conners, Reverend and Mrs. A. F.
Ewert, Fred Martin, Samuel Nichols,
Mis9 Henrietta Nichols, Mrs. A. H.
Piatt, Miss Julia Fay Rogers, Chas.
Scribner. For Kobe: Mrs. W. C.
Fairfield. For Nagasaki: J. D. Bono,
J. E. Brooks, Miss N. E. Zirkle, Mrs.
M. B. Cameron, H. A. Vanderbeck.
For Manila: Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ben
del ( Paul Boteler, L. Brown. Mrs. F.
E. Brady and infant, Wm. Van Bus-
kirk. Mrs. A. S. Coffin, Miss K. C
. - . Vi-
Dugan. Mrs. C. B. Furnell, Mrs. J. jgeon, chief engineer officer, and chief
A. Jeancon and infant, N. Trafaglia,; ordnance and signal officer did not
Miss Jeannette Jeancon and servant,
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Laffin, Geo. Suss
man, Mrs. W. E. Smolt. For Hong
kong: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Golden,
H. Murphy. W. O. Ocker. Samuel Sjt'.
ro, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Pierpont.
I ARRIYED I
Saturday, February 15.
San Francisco Nile, P. M. S. S., a.
Kahnlui T.m-iirP. m. N. 3. s.. am.lhead of the drug firm of Frederick
Hilo via way porths Kiiauea,
Friday, February 14.
Kahuiui Claudine, str.. ' p. m.
Saturday, February 15.
Hawaii ports Niihau. str., noon.
A decided sensation among the Lib-
erals was caused by the resignation
of David Lloyd-George. Chancellor cf
the Exchequer, and Winston Church-
ill. First Lord of the Admiralty, from
the. Reform Club.
' Twelve or fifteen captains and
iTates. all well known in Pacific Coast
thippins circles, were at San Fran-
ti,. w . rairt k r a 11
linr vn u for Hnnninln. .wait-
; Despite the eleven masters and
mates that left the coast in the Mat-
ron Navigation steamer Lurline, and
now here 4o take up their duties in
the coasting fleet, the local steamship
company Is said to have sent instruc-
tions to its Pacific coast agent :to
stand .ready . to .-forward anywhere
from a dozen to twenty additional
men upon the receipt of a cable.
. The men were "held i at San Fran-
clsoo subject-' to ;an emergency calV
from iHonoTulu.i It was stated today
be-jthat all masters and mates so fat sent
- to the islands-are duly qualified licens-
1 ed officers, . and ; they were engaged
along the coast with the distinct un-
derstahdlng that i here existed a strike
in . IntpMsland circles.
il- T T-l. J .nnn.
. j. :k-i,; , i. .
f?ere ' clf?n i vessels are 'ar-
nvag and Being dispatched on regu-
' 1 . X ' . . i. l 1 '
ar ruut.es on scccuute.
The, statement is made that no dlffi-
cuity is . experienced in banning aU
Tne steamer. Manna Kea. wnicn nas
been given a -general overhauling and
j repairing was placed ' In comniisslon
today ana wm De. aispatccea ior tuio
and the .way" ports at three o'clock
this afternoon." I"
Three : Vessels ? arrived from Island
pbrts ' this .morning , bringing passen
gers and large consignments of
The Hawaiian i Department of the
United States t Army came into offi
cial existence this morning. Yester
day the military' organization of the
Islands -.was .known as the Depart
ment of Hawaii, which was a part of
the Western Division, and under, the
direct tauthjorityi of Jthe -major general
commanding the. Western Division at
San v Francisco. Today Hawaii ' be
came an independent command -with
even "greater, pgwers than were form
erly held by the divisions, all admin
istrative' work: being with Washing
This is the day that the reorganiza
tion of the army, planned by the gen
eral staff more than six months ago,
goes into effect .Divisions are abol
ished as geographical units, the word
applying only ta tactical bodies . of
troops. Instead, continental United
States is divided into the Eastern,
Central, Western and .Southern De
partments, while the foreign garrisons
comprise the Philippines, Hawaiian
and Panama Departments.
This morning' a new series of gen
eral and special orders was started,
the organization of the department
and the designation of the staff, be
court martlais for Ruger, Shatter and
Schofield were also, issued.
Promptly at 10 o'clock this mornr
Ing the staff of the new department
reported to General Macomb, the de
partment commander, . for duty. The
officers wore the white dress uniform
and side arms, and while all have
been working side by side for months
past, the new status was made the
cccasion for a bit of military formal
ity that launched the new organiza
tion, in due form. Those who report
ed to General Macomb this morning
were Lieutenant Frank M. Andrews,
aide de camp; Major I. S. Conklin,
chief of staff; Lieutenant-Colonel
Archibald Campbell, adjutant gener
al; Lieutenant-Cclonel J. G. Gal
Lraith, inspector; Lieutenant-Colonel
H. I. Raymond, chief surgeon; Major
B. Frank Cheatham, chief quarter
master, Major W. P. Wooten, chief
engineer officer; Captain J. S. John
son, chief ordnance and signal officer.
This makes up the full staff al
lowed to other departments, with the
exception of a coast defense officer.
As tberei8 only one artillery district
in the department this office Is done
away with. The staff positions of
chief of staff. inspector, chief sur
go with the old department or Ha
waii, although Colonel Galbraith is
the only newcomer to the official
famUy. j-Lt headquarters. ,
FREDERICK KIMBALL STEARNS,
Stearns & Co., Detroit, is tarryiug at
the Young Hotel on a trip around the
.' world. It is his first visit to Hono-
lulu, with which he is infatuated, and
he intends to come again. Mr.
Stearns has a residence in Paris,
where he spends a couple of months
ever yyear. E. A. Dike, of the New
York branch of the firm, accompanies
him. They will make the volcano trip
next wcck ana leave ior nome in me
Mongolia on the 21st inst.
PhotO-Earavlaff of highest grade
ran be Mcnred frtBt the Star-Hallftll
Up9n arriv at an; Francisco by having UNSEALED befort leaving: Hono
lulu. We give our peronaJ.att$rtion to Bagsaat entruxtcd to us , and tee
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Whether tbe present .public, .market
on KinVrstreet can oe altered 'suffi
ciently; to. comply with the sanitary
requirements or whether .It is in. such
bad condition that it should .be con
demned ' utterly, - Is to ? be determined
by a Joint "committee of the supervis
orsand, territorial health, board which
probably will .begin, its investigation
next Tuesday, afternoon... ' -'i : s
At the meeiting - of the board of
health .yesterday,. afternoon a request
was received from thi board of super
vigors asklng that a' committee te ap
lointed;,to cooperate ;with, the super
visorial health and sanitation commit
tee in making such an Inspection.. Th3
health authorities granted the request
and Dr. Pratt named a committee, con
Kirting of himself, tha attorney genera!
std Prof. A. R. Keller. He will notify
the supervisors ' that the committee
will be prepared to begin vtha" inspec
tion of the public market Tuesday..
The health board yesterday, approv
ed the appointment of Dr. W. D. Whit
can ab government physician In the
North Hilo district of HawaJL Jle ana
cfeda Dr. Archer Irwin, who was elect-
irom ion uiauicu
The bid of the Hawaiian Electric
Company, offering tor supply tho ma
terial for the Ice manufactory .and
cold storage plant for the Molokai
settlement was accepted. ; Its bid waa
$3200. The building, for the plant al
ready has been purchased and the in
stallation of the machinery and , ac
cessories will be .handled by the
board. The last; legislature set aside
an appropriation of rf 5000 for this
plant ... .
Seeking executive clemency for
their son, who was recently sentenc
ed to twenty years' imprisonment for
first degree murder, Mr. and Mrs.
Galmendez, the parents oB Benito
Galmendez this morning told their
story to Secretary Mott-Smlth, who
acted in the matter for the governor.
They laid their case before him by
the aid of Joseph Rose, the court
interpreter, and were supported in
their request by a niece, Mrs. Ed
ward Parker; a cousin, IPQjjCiO
Owebb, and a friend, Raphael igiL
Their story, in brief, .was that they
believed tfceir son Innocent and that
justice had gone astray. The sub
scription list, showing that about $180
had been contributed by friend3 for
r' dsfpnse. also was exhib-
ited The secretary declined to com-
ment on th evidence received rrom
the nnrtv. savins he will present it to
governor, who will carefully re-
v5pw the trial proceedings and all the
facts obtainable in the case before
ftttPmntin2 to determine its merit
he cDjef executive's only power in
affars cf this character is to grant a
, pandon, a commutation or parole. The
first j3 granted only rarely, in cases
wnere he is thoroughly convinced a
vital error has occurred an tne coun
hearing. The others are exercised
after a portion of the sentence has
been served and he is convinced, from
the facts at hand that the prisoner has
already expatiated his crime.
JAS. M.' LOVE.
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: Call Monday, 10 a..jn. Fisher,' Young"
Hotel Auto Stand. 547Mt.
Small furnished or' unfurnished housa
' : or; cottage.;?. Address -iV this' of
: : flee.- r-:' .. --- ' , -4 '-. . 5471-2U :
Experienced .hlght'-'watchrnan - wants
C' position;: Best- references. - Address
; MC. L thli office. 5470-lm.
Moving picture outfit withifUms for .
sale. Address . Herr . Bowman. Gen
eral Delivery, City. 54Tl-lw.'. '
College, Hills homo, of John W. Gil
more, contains, 4- bedrooms and bath
upstairs; and the usual, apartments,"
including '.study; downstairs., Beauti
ful .view t-the mountains. ..Serv
ants' quarters, ( garage ,apd poultry
yard complete. ,The house is open
, for inspection .and . further informs-'
vUnnuy-be Qbtainod .on:tha.j)rcm
v ises,72290 Kamehameha Ave.
Furnished; qpttage 7 torf six f months, 72
'' bedrooms, of which pneU , rented
and occupied." .For. further partlcu-larsiapply-
to 754 .Luaaino .St, be
' tween AJapai and. ilackfeld. Sts., be
tween 3 and 5 p. m Sunday. .
2 bedroom furnished .bungalow, rent
$40. Apply 1334 Magazine 3t -5470-tf.
i. Haradav Fanahl and Fort; TeL $029.
, Dell vers, any ; part . ci ty. ' W357-ly
Tho annual meeting of the- Honolulu
ItapidtTransit and Land Company will
be held at'4.he .company's office, '6 W
3 tangenwald -Building, Honolulu, Mon
day, February 24tb, at'2 p. m. - ",
ALFRED Lv CASTLE,
Secretary, Honolulu -Rapid Transit
and Land Company. "
The Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of Lew era . Cooke, Limited;
will be held on the evening ol -Monday,
February 24tb. 1013. at eight
o'clock . P. M., at the office of the
By order of the President:
F. D. LOWREY.
The Kotoa .Sugar Company
By order of the Board of Directors
of The Koloa Sugar Company, th an
nual meeting of the Stockholders of
the Company will be held at 10 a. m.,
on Monday. February 24th, 1913, at
the office of H. HackfeUL& Co., Ltd.,
Honolulu. T. H.. for the election of a
Board of Directors, and the transac
tion of such other business as .may
come before the meeting.
5471 Feb. 13, 19, 23.