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HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN. THUlfeDAY, FEB: 27, 1013. -
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FROM TIIE COAST
Caleg of more than usual Intensity
ere held responsible for the delay of
the trlm( little "white yacht" Nippon
Maru that Is now steaming across the
leagues of Pacific Trom San Francisco
to Honolulu. " i
, The Tbyo .Kisen Kai$h a liner; "Svlth
n few. lay over pacsengerg and a con
tlderable quantity of mainland mail
lor the islands, 6hooli have under or
rlinarr conditions of the weather ani
fc2s, arrived her?, early ;tbls morulnj.
Captaia .C G. Stevens has, however.
"virelessed in to Castle -& Ccoke,-tne
Iwal agents, that It will be Impossible
.o bring the fast little Nippon Maru
tr a berth at her wharf this evening.
The vessel is now timed to arrive oft
the port at daybrea tomorrow morn
ing. As the vessel .is one day late in
rival here it is the intention 'to 'give
her a quick dispatch for Japan and
C him ports. Despite ' the consign
ment of 500 tons coal required by the
Nippon Maru that liner , is believed
vill be sent forth to the Orient oa or
alout noon. A number, of Asiatic
fcteerage passengers are booked for
lhf- Far Ea;t in the vessel.
Imperator Hat Acrea of Deck Space.
Deck space In he great German
sffamship Imperator need not be con
f.ldered In feet, out in acres, accor.d
jr.g to the magnificent !Im-ns:oj
;rlven lb the leviathan that Ic oon to
nter the Atlantic tra3e, as a pas
Kuger and freight carrier. ;
The dimensions, of the Imp?ra'6r
rre, approximately, length 87& ft:; an 3
extreme breadth, 9$. ft; an3 deptn
):duldcd to the top continuous decU,
-T ft, The .vessel will .have accom
)::o2ation for, about-700 first, COO, sec-
. c::d, ,940 ..tnird ahd 1750Iourth class
j cssengers. with a crew of 1100. "She
is now being fitted out at -the ne'
Hamburg, yard, of th Vulcanwerkc.
vith the aid of .a 200-ton cantilever
rcne, and Is expected to be redy io"
tcrvice this tpring. Deck plans tor
,1 Lis huge transatlantic passenger car
rier have been oa.file at the agency
cf H. Hackfeld & Co. for some. time.
The -various -decks .-show hundreds of
Ftate rpoma, believed sufficieat to ac
commodate the inhabitants of a small
. City.- ,: , ' ' .' ,' . .- ; .. ,
The Impsfator succeeds In dwarf
ing .many. of New York's large build
ings when dined trp for comparison.
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Thomas Gelieved Will Sail on Tinie.
The United tate3 army transport
VESSELS TO AND J
FROM THE lSLAIfDS
Special Cable to. 3crcilants
- ThursdaT, Feb. U7. ; w
YOKOHAMA - Arrived," Feb. 247 S.
S. Cleveland, hence Feb. 13. '
SAN FRANCISCO ' Arrived, Feb. 22,
S 'a. ra S. S. Ventura, hence Febru
ary 21.- ; V , ' -
S. S. NIPPON MARU Arrives from
San Francisco Friday morning and
- sails for Yokohama at noon same
day. Bad weather. . '
1 jj, f--' m&w-i
connect tee Key 'ana tne Jou wa
e siogau adopted by , a number of
t , rommc-ai citizens ana memuers or,
i the board of education, who are into-j
. e&ted ia tha furtherance of Industrial (
auu vocational training fa the pub::c
j schools of the Territory, at a meeim
( held yescerday afternoon in the rooms
1 VI tue ooaru ot euucatiou. in oroer
I to secure the necessary co-oDoranon,
it was decided to ask the legislature
i for an appropriation providing for the
j engaging cf a vocational guidance ex
l jert from the mainland to ass:st xn
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CITY TZB AJTSUBB 1 GO.,
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S. S. HILONIAN sails for San Fran
cisco with mail and passengers Friday
BERLIN, , Feb. 1. The offer or provin
Charles E. Finley, president of the In- antipathy Ho -Dr,
ternational Bank of New York, of $1- ally and 'criticisa his Institute
100,000 for Dr. Friedmann's tu'oercu-. , Mrs!,-Walter - Powell of Boston, the
lo'sls serum has caused a stir in medi- first American natient io be treated
j the training of boys and girls for the
cupations which they Intend to make
their life work. -
t The meeting yesterday afternoon J
?revv' out of a similar meeting held
during the last session of commission-
era of education, when a committee
composed of Emil A. Berndt, Vaughan
J MacCaughey, Edgar Wood, W, L. How
i ard and R, M. Cros3 visited the meet
ing and asked for the cooperation and
advice of the board in carrying out
their plans, to broaden the scope of In
dustrial and vocational training tn the I
public schools of the territory. It !
has now been planned to resume the
task tf collecting data as to the posi
tions which are open in the various
lines of business to the boys and girls
of. Honolulu, what qualifications are
necessary and, if possible, what sal
tries would be paid. . Out of this it 13
expected will develdp a. system wnere
by the boys and girls will spend a part
of .their time in school and a part in
learning a trade. ; .
..With regard; to asking the. legisla
ture 'for an appropriation, this meas
ure will provide for, a vocational, ex
pert who , will . come .here from the
i mainland, and also for. two trained in
j structors to work on eachlsland. who
will cooperate with the principals and
'teachers cf the. various schools In the
I work of instructing the pupils in agri-
culture, manual training, and oilier m
j dustries. In time, it is believed, the
establishment cf vocational tra:R:Jg
. schools will gwy out of this plan.
? .y,ii :'-t' Upon a resolution presented by the
rapidly, while others express e. nrn,aa t ha WMt;,
Friedmann pert on- .,j,. fn t r
cal circles here.
. Dr. Friedmann said last week he
would give. the government his discov
ern on a certain day. but a week has
board's subcommittee, wa3 asked to
arrange a hearing cn the matter be-
fnro tho pnmmltteps on prtiicattnn in
by. Dr. Friedmann, left a few-days.. the.nouse. and. senate, Ed Towse also
after the first Inoculation. -Her hua , belng a3ked to bring the pian to the
tand said to the correspondent of tic : attention of the legislative committee
Sun that white he believed the rem-- of tne chamber of commerce and the
edy had some virtue, Dr. UTieamnn., merchants' association. The appropri
Strenuous time for Lurline Passengers.
Private cables received in this City
indicate that passengers . In the Mat-
son Navieation steamer Lurline who rone by and he has not done so.
left Honolulu for the coast on last Saturday night he said he had cabled personajly did not "inspire any confi-ation which will be asked for will be
Tuesday Jiada strenuous time before 'a New York paper that he would sa:. dence, perhaps because he doss not sufficient to cover only two years.
lighting the Golden Gate. The gale,' cn. the aiaureania today, ana ne noti- i-now' how to deal witn American:, during which time the work will be
accompanied by monstrous seas, was ted Mr. Thackara, tne American con- V'hile his terms for treatment are started on a solid basis. In this way
met with three days out from the coast i tul-General, personally of his sailing cenerallv considered reasonable, aver- the next legislature will be able to see
Thomas, that passed through Hono port, and brought, the majority ot the at this time, ine tonsui-uenerai lm- pging perhaps $25 for Inoculation ant wkat work has been accomplished In
lulu en.route from Manilla to San icompany of sixty cabin passengers to mediately asked w'howould watch the jj0 fr consultation, some Americans fitting the boy to the Job and the jab
Francisco last week, is believed will 'e full realization that seasickness is. American patients now nere ana j.ere deciare they are very high. One to the boy, and for educating tho girl
leavo the Coast port for a return tripiuore than a myth. . ,
t the Philippines on schedule time. A private, message received over the
' 'he Thomas met with an accident to Federal Wireless from a passenger on
others who expected to arrive to get vatient claims to be' paying 51.000 To so
the cure. Dr. Friedman replied thai tbe entIre treatment" Dr. Friedmann ho
her propeller while steamin3-in -Kail
Ippine" jvaters...- The troopship
fcent to Olongapo drydock, remaining
there for some weeks. Should
Jonnd impossible to dispatch
Tf bmas from San Francisco op M.-
5. the date of sailing may be enanged
until March 10, bringing the -vessel
into Honolulu on or about March 17.
Thousand Sewing Machines Damaged.
It was a' serious fire that burned in
the hold of the Japanese liner Mexico
.aru while that vessel steamed from
It: get Sound, ports to. Japan. Four
days after leaving Tacomaflre broke
out and when tha Steamer reached
Yokohama vat the lime , the Pacific
Mail orea remained a tha port. -it
Proved a difficult task to accurately
estimate the damage done cargo or
the vetseL One thousand sewing ina-
Lines consigned to the Singer, com
pany and a quantity of cotton, fi our
und sundries- were included in the
fveight either damaged or totally de
stroyed. "" - - , ' . .
Ililonlan Prepared for Passenger
- Trade. -. a m t '
- Arrangements are completed for
the transportation of forty cabin pas
sengers from Honolulu to fcan iran
the, Lurline statea that the .vessel was.' ous surgeons, would take care.of them, ejan, t0 Vary" their charges in a?-1 snd Smith and Superintendent Willis
that she may earn an honest liveli
hood. : : -;; '
Besides Commissioners Farrington
was leein 01 a gaie lor ininy nours, ; " llt (or(i3nr(i with the ability or tne pa-', i. rope, wno represeniea me noaru o.
. ounng wmcn ume neavy seas pounaea yeeu m u uuucwucu u tu wu 1-. t tri na- ' . eaucation, tnose present at ine meei-
tK.;decks, tearing out railings. and doing ho was in negotiation with the. Ger-. n c-.U. t Edgar .Wood, Vaughan MacCaughel,
vl - j - ,nt. tvi. nWKt Kansas Citv SCOUtS TO .. ' - .
4Trh i carnage to me iigmer worKs.. . a steam , 6oejuu.tui-cua -r - B,4. wh!nftn Inspector Gibson, K. M. -Cross.-1, m.
Weeden was very
Colonials Spend Busy Day.
Two hundred- or more ' passengers
enroute to Australia, spent a busy sea-;
Cox and A. E. Larimer, who repre
sented the different organizations and
citizens interested in the furtherance
of vocational and Industrial training
in the public schools of the territory.
pjpo Fas DroKen. dui tne vessel was unuir. . i n . - fn
handled with skill by the skipper, who ! Dr. Friedmann declined to discuss ' - . . S ,rSn
kept at his post for almost.two days.' Mr. Finley's offer, and it was surmis-. Kansas City. MiaMmi., we : P"gJg
r ---.t .j... A i ,4. v.of. TO-H ot,i i?ff!Hv- to take a triD on horse-bach, to wasn-
i tie message . cuxiciuueu wiui iae ck -"' .uco nM. , ouiu uuwvu.iv .s,i r.
about a guarantee of the expenses of ingion ims m5. uCJ j -the
trip. It was intimated that the.charge , of J. S. ,MePdenhall, .field
matter was being arranged through the : secretary of the . Boy Scouts ot
American Embassy . here, but Joseph I America. . Every scout will carrjr on
C.. Grew, the secretary of the em- his own mount a small tent In wnicn
bissv. a4d It was not conrarned ini will be wrapped necessary . cooking
tr.Ai..t.. ...'- .1.- .....'tho mattpr'nffiriAliv. Privafolr he saifi .' utensils and bedding. The route will.
rvii jii i luauiuiu uui lug uie unci. Biaj - - .. . - .... . , ; .y, ! on . a i.uuiiuuuiv;auuu. iu uur w
a u.inn that hp had mprfiv intprviswpd Dr. be carefully planned In advance, ine ... . , va
kura at this port The vessel was dis- Friedmann at the request or a rrienci scouts wil spend some ot tneir mgnts Jtor and wno stateg that the music
patched for the Antipodes shortly after 'to, get; some information in regard to on the trip with Boy bcouts in otner tbat Jg furnished free here is not ap-
six o'clock last evening, following the : remeay. '
LIKE THE MUSIC
Editor Honolulu Star-Bulletin, '
Sir: A communication to one
discharge of a hundred and fifty tons
cargo, and taking on supplies of coal
and water. A score of passengers en
route to Australia departed in the Ma
kura, . ; : : -
A 'large mainland mail is due to ar-
.uu ho Hmarture of the Matson rive at tne port eariy tomorrow morn-
Navieation steamer Ililonian. ; This.inp ia the Japanese liner Nippon
ressel has been placed on the berth to Maru. v
sail for the Coast tomorrow evening, k Taking freight and passengers for
a o'clock being set as the sailing' Kahului only the Inter-Uland steamer
Ivoup The Hllonian Will lane feuiy-i v wuuuie uu iuc ucn.u iui uwqw".
DT1fa nf ennr as well as an assort-rat 5 o'clock tomorrow evening.
meat of Hawaiian products. . A. late
mail will be dispatched to . the main
land In this liner. f
foal for Local Naval Station.
What is believed Will be a forerun
nr nf other large shipments of east
coast coat to the local navai siauon be dispatched tnis evening witn rc
is reported In the departure of the Rauing of the Inter-Island steamer
British steamship Frankmount, a res- w. G. Hall.
sel capable of carrying between five ( piacing the Matson Navigation liner
and six thousand tons of fueL Accord- Hilonian on the berth to take passen
' jng to a cable received at the local ?ers for San Francisco, Castle
hranrh of the : Merchants' . Exchange, y.av( done much to relieve a
the steamer sailed from Norfolk, Va.,j1)S.Sjhje congestion of passenger trar-:
2c from the Islands to tue coast.
. COMPANY OFFICERS
Following is the list of officers and
i a run oetween LtZ, directors of the Home Insurance Co.
JLof Hawaii, re-elected at the annual
meeting yesterday: Cecil Brown, presi
dent; J. A. McCandless, : vice-presi-
The . Matson ; Navigation steamsr,
Hilonian is to sail for San Francisco,
at 6 o'clock lomorrow evening, : the,
issel taking passengers as Well as
f. eight. .... .i. . .
Considerable general cargo an 1,
supplies for the island of Kauai will
cities. Where there Is no Boy bcout nrarta ta A the, anH oithnnah
organization the travelers will camp -tne party daims to oc only a visltor.
ou. , x - ... -,' ' and is sorry to leave such a treat,
The tnp. of course, will have great VisItor, know3 what he . or she , is
educational value," the scout leader. taiking about.
says, "ine Doys wni see more oi uiw.-.. Qn last Tuesdav eVenin the Roval
, Privy Medical Councillor KIrchner,
trie head of . the Prussian hearth de
patftnieht, stated to the correspondent
of. the Sun that Dr. Friedmann had
not given his culture to. the govern-
ment, but had merely asked for an 'country than is possible to see 'mak- ua'Wajjan band gave a "concert
fuiei view, . ; ui, uii tuiivi ssm ue iui; mt; mi; ujr . ic.ii. nucui6cunmo
not' prepared to say whether, the gov-will he made for them to meet the
crhment would accept the remedy un- president, and to be shown through
fir after it had made an investigation the public buildings. In all it, will, be
cf the entire matter. . la seven week's trip, three on the road
. Dr. Frienomann's friends say they (going, . a week .in. Washington, and
cannot understand his actions and his
premature announcements. - They can
ctly attribute them to the fact that n ?
is chiefly a laboratory man, has little
knowledge of dea'-ing with people and
is not a practical business man. , No
one knowy : where his laboratory is
and the culture, it is said, is prepared
by a young woman laboratory assist
ant, who is the only person he really
seems to trust and who will probably
accompany him if he goes to Ne-v
York, r Vv-; .:. v -v
Some fifteen American . patients are
bting treated here by Dr. FriedmanT:.
Some of them declare that they are
getting excellent results and are im-
three weeks returning . by a different
route." ;:'';v,,-, -' "... -tU iif'u.-: . k
Thomas Square and at the time the
writer was there listening to the mu-
sic there were but two other people
within the confines of the park.
Certainly many thing3 . that are
free here are not appreciated.
'Plararrta linro hdon nntp1 nil nvr
V,V W. Bn'xdage, schot commis- the town of Cairo. 111., warning all ne-
sioner of Buffalo, New York, tells an groes t0 leave the vicinity within thir
interesting story of a scout who stuck 4 ty days.
to his principles. "A' woman," hfti ' mmm
MIILCS, Witii IlLillln 111 UUS Ui.UUI 'V j
offered a lead; nickel to a boy. ."who
was Eitting next .'to . her, .explaining
that he might be able to pass -it. The
boy bowed and then quietly answered:
T don't want it .h am a .scout'." ? V -
I read It In the Star-BuJlelln.
Blue seal ring on Fort street Return
to Hawaiian Hotel ana receive reward.-
; , S481-2L
1 JAS. H.
If you walk Into a store and s'mply saiy: "I want
old kind will do I want it for a flcor" you are ta
you may get a varnish that win spoil ycur rioor,
you'll be handed a brand that -pays the dealer the
But if you "Specify ELASTlCA' you know in
tNr resorting effect will be, and that it wiii be In
we explain the details to yau? . " - :
some varnish; any
king a long chance.
and it's a certainty
advance just what
YOUR favor. May
siwii! mm., ; m
BECOME INTIMATELY FAMILIAR VITH THE
lo be prrseofed during tli 'r omlnp Onera ,Seosou hy scrnrlr a
'" : copy ef
contilniiiff tLe story of etfry opera
to be presented here by the LamburdI
Opera Co. llany illustrations, ts
of; musical numbers, etc., SPECIAL
phice; m-KiMi this season
cToiMrt'onps ron kigoletto"
87()18--MicV the Fair Tlimn SOn-Onro Xome
A 88341 Vile IJakvof Ctmrtiew ;;
8S179-AVe Are Equa V OdOOO-l ioletto Qnar f ot
VICTOIl KECOKDS FOR '1L TKOVATOnEM
Odd Fellows' Building
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?5C00 PRINCIPAL SUM' $10,CC0 , :
ClOO a Year
For total loss of time through, any accident Every sick
ness covered. Double benefits provided for under certaiu
conditions and 50 per cent increase in principal sum.
SELECT POLICY A YEAR
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Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., 923
frtr Honolulu yesterday. It is possi
ble that some of the coal to be trans
ferred to Hawaii will be stored at
Pearl Harbor. -
Kestrel to Arrive Soon. r
The British steamer Kestrel, now
nm hPtwoen the Hawaiian Isl-
. Li '
M ill bp dispatched from the south, seas
cable station tomorrow, with destina
tion as Honolulu. The Kestrel is Creu
, "u"r:r::;,;r.":rn;r,t ;?J,dent: Norman Watkins. secretary;
;tea wiun - rrn" .1 7" Zm tf. Mvrrs. treasurer and
SSt r cover 7 distance In four IZeno K. Myers, treasurer and man-;
The vessel will doubtless brTnger; AI W. Eames Jr. auditor, and
a shipment of copra, or the dried pro
duct of the coccanut tree.
F. D. Lowrey, J. A. Kennedy, Chu
Gem, John A. Scott (Hawaii). A. S.
Wilcox (Kauai), R. ' A. Wadsworth
(Maui), directors. ; - r ' f
The auditor waff , elected 1 by the
board, the Hamburg-Amer-, stockholders where there was 76 per ?
Cleveland is at Yokohama.
1 rfve hundred round-the-world
r...riia nn DO
ican liner Cleveland has arrived at
Yokohama, according to a cable re
delved here today. The Cleveland left
here on February 13th.
Tne wheel of. fortune
man s neau.
cent of the capital stock repre-j
sented. ' ' . , ; I
Great Britain's textile mills employ
more than 1,000,000 persons.
has turned ' The path of failure runs along the
Ktmam of orocrastination.
many a m rwv ia WOrth two' A reputation "for hospitality costs
in the drugstore.
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