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THE HAWAIIAN STAR. TTILTIWDAV, MAY 30, 1W2.
OIL 5UBI1EJATS HARBOR 10
Vessel Upends And
is Taken on Board Local Man Invents
Non-Rolling Device Siberia in
Early W. G. Hall Leaves
With hor Btora burled In tho mud
of tho harbor bottom and with her
bow appealing to tho high hoavens In
piteous appeal the submarine oil tank
or Llbby Mack lies a wreck. The
accident occurred yesterday afternoon
and when final arrangements had beoJ
mado to tow the novel craft to mo
big cannery on the other side of thoj
Sho has a full cargo of oH, and has
.suffered no damage beyond tho sink-
Ing. Eben Low, owner and designer,
la spending tho day figuring out what
happened and how tho apparent ue-
feet in tho vessel's construction can!
The Llbby Mack took her oil cargo
In yesterday afternoon at the foot of
Fort street preparatory to being tow-
ed to tho Llbby. McNeill & Llbby cau-
nery on tho other side of the island.
Everything was going well when sud-
denly sho was seon to sink by the ,
stern and gradually settle down until
nhn rontwi nn ihn Rnli.i hfirhnr bnt-'
HXW - '' I
What caused the submarine to sink
Is all conjecture at the present time,
but the most feasible Idea advanced
to date is that the wooden noso be-'
Inn- Tnnrn hnnv-inf AtA nnt alnV ovotllv
with tho rest of the body as sho was'11 can then be talen out and nlace(1
iiinj or, j oiir.r,.o,i ihn vucoi t m
11IICU (Hill UilV II VU f V ? I . ' .1 V. 1 . J fc.V
so that the oil flowed to tho stern,
the heavy weight caused tho upend
Tho strango little craft Is tied to
tho Fort street dock at tho present
time and work will bo started to
morrow to straighten her again.
THE LONE WORKER.
With tho exception of one steamer
belonging to the Intcr-faland fleet no
work Is being done on the waterfront
The sugar cargo is being taken out:
of the Likclikc and when this is finish
i ed sho will wait until tomorrow be
fore taking any cargo in. '
Two of tho Inter-Island steamers get
away tomorrow for various ports.
The Claudine will make her usual
run to Maui and Hilo and has a num
ber of passengers booked up for tho
Tho W. G. Hall takes a cargo to
Kauai, leaving at five o'clock, and has
also a number of passengers booked
for return to tho Garden Island.
Per Str. Claudine for Maul and Ha
waii ports. May 31. W. W. Taylor,
John Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Aiken,
Tv W Q Qtinpt T. n Wnrrnn Tra
u, r. uua;i aim iiuiiiu, u. vuu iuiuisk,
and party, Chcv?. Kealaluhl, M. Keala-
luni, Martha Kea'aiuhl, V. L. carter,
George S. Smithies, Mrs. H. Jardln.J
Louis Jr.rdln, A. Jarclln, MIes M.
.11.. 1,1 , S. T'
inn, .uish .11. r urmiuuus. i
.Per str. W. G. Hall for Kauai, May
31 t a Balch Francis Gav Mm.
Watorhcuso. James Mooro and friend,
W. A. Hardy.
FLY FLAGS HALF MAST.
, Flags were flying half ma- from all
the vessels lying In the harbor today.
1 Most of tho crews were up town to
-"sea. the various exercises.
TO PREVENT ROLLING.
A device to stop vessels rolling and
one which, if It was adopted by tho
Inter-Island veasls, would save thous
ands of dollars for the company v
Lordy's Trained Dogs
Sinks When Cargo
ory year, has been Invented in Hono
lulu and Is to bo patented, according
to a statement made by the Inventor
who docs not wish his name to bo
disclosed at the presont time.
Ho Is an old seafaring man and has
, made a study of the matter for years,
"I believe that I have solved tho prob
lem on which so many people have
been working," ho stated to a Star re
porter this morning, "and I am quite
ready to demonstrate It to anyone
wiio is prepared to stand Deninu me
niter being shown the practicability
f tho Invention.
"I have tried it out already on
.small boat and found that It works
"It would cost about $1500 or flSOO
to instal on one of the Inter-Island
steamers and would pay for Itself In
' very short time. The boats have a
bad time along tho Hamakua coast
a"d other parts of the islands In land
their freight. If they remained
steady it would facilitate matters all
"Tho Invention onco Installed needs
little further attontlon. If a
very heavy sea is running a little ad.
J"tmcnt is necessary but that is all.
It Will Olltlast the lifetime Of a boat
"I have not tho capital to put into
the thing myself but i stand ready
to show anyone who Is really inter-
cstcU ,n the "er-'
SURVEY FOR CANAL.
SAN DIEGO: Topographical and hy
I urograpuical surveys of the I'aclnc ap
proach to the Panama canal, covering
an area of( about 450 square miles,
are completed and in readiness for
the vessels that are to use the isth
mian waterway. The United States
coast survey steamer Patterson cani)
Into port here en route to Seattle,
after finishing a four months' survey
period there from January 15 to April
The Patterson stopped for coal at
Acapulco, Mexico, whence it caino
direct to San Diego. Here it will tako
coal again, leaving for San Francisco
tomorrow. The steamer is a stranger
WEYMOUTH, May 9. Dense
8 "P8t all arraecraents for
ueet maneuvers today, the program
hcins llractically abandoned except
jfor brief target practice in tho aftor-
noon by tho Neptune's twelve-Inch i
Sims, uattlo practice with tno lo.s
Kans wil1 uo carried out tomorrow if (
the weather clears. Tho King mado
a trip in a submarine which traveled,
two miles submerged, accompanied
by his son Prince Albert, who Is a
student at Dartmouth naval college,
and by Winston Churchill.
Claude Grahamo White and naval
aUators carried out interesting ovo- ventor Short expressed confidence In
lniions, which included a flight frot.i ( his ability to construct a hydro-acro-thc
deck oi the battleship Hibernia plane capable of carrying a bomb con
in f'ciuimaudpr Samson. tainlng a ton of explosives.
In "The Burglars' Fate" now appearing at tho BIJou Theater.
In this port, and imimes most of Its
time In Alaskan waters. It Is barkon-
tlnc-rlgged, built In 1882, 710 tons
dlsplacomont, 103 feet in longth, 27.3
beam, 14 foot draught and has a
speed of nine knots an hour.
Thoro nro ton ofllcors on board
Capt. H. W. KhodcB, Uxecutlvo It.1
A. Luklns, Assistants 10. E. SmlU, A.
Joachims nnd O. J. Bond Jr., Chief
Engineer M. F. Flannery, MateB A. It.
Hunter, J. M. Coleman and W. Wide-
lfch, nnd Assistant Surgeon D. T.
Gochcuaur. Former Executive It. S.1
Pntton wns relieved at Panama, to re
There are forty-seven
port at Seattle,
The lighthouse tender Kukul re
turned from a short cruise yesterday
Leaving San Francisco at noon yes
terday tho steamer Lurllno is on her
way to Honolulu.
Tho steamer W. G. Hall of tho Inter-Island
fleet will get away for Kau
ai tomorrow afternoon Instead of to
Mall from San Francisco will ar
rive at daylight by the Siberia t
From San Francisco, Siberia, May,
From Australia, per Zealandia, June
From Yokohama, per China, May 14
To San Francisco per Nilo, June 4.
To Yokohama, per Persia, May 11.
To Australia, per Makura, Juno 15.
To Vancouver, per Zelandla, Juno 18.
For Hawaii Ports via Maui.
Mauua Kea, I.-I. S. N. Co., every
Claudine, Inter-Island S. N. Co.,
For Maul, via Molokal.
Mikahala, every Tuesday.
For Kauai Ports.
W. . Hall, I.-I. S. N. Co., Friday.
Kinau, I.-I. S. N. Co., every Tuesdny.
For Kona and Kau Ports. I
Kllauea, I.-I. S. N. Co., alternate'
Tuesday and Fridays.
Siberia, from San Francisco, May
Nilo, from Yokohama, June 4.
U. S. A. T. Logan, from Manila, June
Lurllne, from San Francisco, June 5.
China, from San Francisco, June 6.
Sonoma, from San Francisco, Juno 7.
Wilhelmina, from San Francisco,
Referring to a flight Commander
Samson mado yesterday with his hy-
' dro-aeroplano when he circled the
fleet at a height of a thousand feet
and remained In the air an hour,
nghUng in broken wator Horace
short, inventor of tho hydro -aero-
plane, said that as a result of that
test tho aerial machine will rovolu
tionizo naval warfare completely.
Samson was able . to see tho rocks
under tho water and It theretoro
would be easy to locate a submerged i
Samson carried a
bomb 300 pounds In weight, and In-
Mongolia, Yokohama, Juno 11.
Manchuria, from San Francisco,
U. S. A. T. Thomas, from San Fran-
clsco, Juno 12,
Klyo Mam, from Valparaiso, Juno
Honolulan, from Ban Francisco, Juno
Nippon Maru, from Yokohama, Juno
Zealandia, from Auckland, Juno IS,
Makura, from Victoria, Juno 19.
Ch,y Mnru rom San Francisco,
Tcnyo Maru. from Yokohama, Juno
Nilo, from San Francisco, Juno 28,
Siorra, from San Francisco, June 8.
Nile, for San Francisco, Juno 4.
U. S, A. T. Logan, for San Francis
co, Juno 6.
China, for Yokohama, June 6.
Lurllne, for San Francisco, Juno 11.
Mongolia, for San Francisco, Juno
Manchuria, for Yokohama, Juno 12.
Sonoma, for San Francisco, Juno 12.
U. S. A. T. Thomas, for Manila, Juno
Nippon Maru, for San Francisco,
Zealandia, for Victoria, Juno 18.
Wllhelmlna, for San Francisco, Juno
Makura, for Auckland, Juno 19.
Kiyo Maru, for Yokohama, June 19.
Chiyo Maru, Yokohama, Juno 21.
Tonyo Maru for San Francisco, Jun
Honolulan, for San Francisco, Juna
Nilo, for Yokohama, Juno 28.
The Buford is In San Francisco.
Tho Warren Is on duty In tho Phi
Tho Crook Is In San Francisco.
Tho DIx Is on Puget Sound.
The Thomas left Portland for San
Francisco May 12.
The Sheridan 1b in San Francisco
The Logan, from San Francisco for
Manila, sailed from Honolulu April 15
The Sherman from San Francisco
at Honolulu, May 18.
Tho Supply Ib expected at Honolulu
The Buffalo from Hon., at S. F. May
VESSELS IN PORT.
Stmrs. Hyades, Arizonan, Prome
theus. Sailing vessels, Blakeley,
James Johnson, Wm. P. Frye, Flar
ence Ward, Robrt Lewors, Repeat.
Wh ere Vessels Are
Alaskan, from Hllo for Salina Orus,
Arizonan, at Hon. from, Seattle, May
Buyo Maru, from Hon. for Yoko
hama, Fob. 20.
China, at San Francisco from Hon.
Chlyo Maru, for S. F. from Hon.,
Columbian, from Hllo at Salina
Cruz, May 24.
Crown of Arragon, irom San Pedro
for S. F., April 17.
Enterprise, at Hllo from San Fran
cisco, May 19.
Glacier, from Hon. .for Manila
Harpalion, from Hon. at Newcastle,
Aus., May 1C.
Hilonlan, from San Francisco for
Honolulu via Puget Sound, May 24.
Hongkong Maru, from Hon. for Yo-
kohama, April 15.
Hyades, from Seattle at Honolulu,
Kiyo Maru, from Hon. for S. Ame
rica, March 19.
Korea, from Honolulu at Yokoha
ma, May 27.
Lansing, from Port San Luis, for
Hon., May 2C.
Lurline, from S. F., for Hon., May
Makura, from Hon., at Vancouver,
Manchuria, from Hon', at S. F., May
Marama, from Hon. for Sydney,
Maverick, from Hon. at S. F May
Moxican, from Salina Cruz for S. F.
via San Diego, May 20.
MUsourian, from S. F. for Puget
Sound. May 29.
Mongolia, from Hon. ror Yokohama
Nilo, from Yokohama for Hon., Ma
Nippon Maru, from Honolulu at Yo
kohama, May 4.
Persia, from Honolulu at Yokohama
Prometheus, from JInkateo at Hon.
Santa Maria, at Gavlota from Hon.,
March 29. '
Santa Rita, from Honolulu at Ga
vlota, May 13.
Shinyo Maru, from Hon. for Yoko-
hama,May24. jt , (r((
SUIntsu Maru from ttureka for Mel'
bourne, May 11.
Siberia, from H. V. for Hon., May St
Sierra, from Honolulu at dun Fran
cIrco, May as.
St, Kllda, from Honolulu, at ISureka
Tonyo Maru from Honolulu at Yo
kohama, May 10.
Virginian, from Seattle for Hon.,
Wilholmina from Honolulu at San
Franclgco, May 28.
W. F. Herrln from Kaanapall at
S. F., May 20.
Zealandia, from Hon. at Sydney,
Alert, schr. at Hon. from Grays
Harbor, April 28.
. AB, Johnson, from Hon. at Grays
Harbor, May C.
A. F" Coatcs, schr. at Port Town
send from Kahulul, Mar. 25.
Albert, bk., at Port Townsend, rroni
Nnpoopoo, April 18.
Allco Cooko, for Hon. from Port
Gamble, May 14.
Andrew Wolch, bk., for S. F. from
Hon., May 26.
Annio Johnson, bk., from S. F. for
Mahukona, May 26.
Arago, bktn., from Grays Harbor at
Honolulu, May 25.
Blakeley, schr., from Iqulquo, a
Hon., May 22.
Camano, schr. at Port Ludlow, from
Carter Dovo sch. fromUmkilteo fo
Honolulu, May 9.
Cecilia Sudden, schr., for Grays
Harbor, from Kahulul, May 18.
Cumberland from Hon. at Newcas
tle, Aus., May 22.
Defender, schr., at S. F., from Ha-
na, March 30.
Edward Sowall, ship, from Kahulul
for Delaware Breakwater, May 18.
Eldorado, schr., from Hon. at Port
Townsend, May 22.
Ersklne M. Phelps, ship, from Hon
for Philadelphia, Feb. 16.
Elfrclda, ship, at Newcastle, front
Hon., April 14.
E. K. Wood, schr., from Grays Har
bor at Hon., May 25.
Falls of Clyde, ship, at Graya Har
bor, from Hon., April 22.
Flaurenco Ward, schr., at Hon. from
Midway, Jan. 15.
F. M. Slade, schr., at Graya Har
bor, from Hon., Jan. 6.
Foohng Suoy, bk., from Mahukona,
for Delaware Breakwater, May 15.
H. Hackfeld, ship, from Hamburg
for Hon., March 24.
Hawaii, bktne, from Mahukona for
S. F., May 25.
Horzegln Ceclle, ship at Newcastle,
from Hon., Feb. 27.
Helene, schr., from Tacoma for Hon.,
Honolpu, schr., to San Francisco
from Honoipu, May 21.
Irmgard, bktne., from Mahukona, at
S. F., May 15.
Inca, achr., from Newca tie, at
Mahukona, May 22.
John Ena, ship from Hllo, for Dele
ware Breakwater, May 19.
Jane L Stanford, bktne., at Otays
Harbor, from Hon., March 24.
James Johnson, bk at Horn., from
port Townsend, May 6.
Kllkltat, bktne, from Port Gamble
at Hllo, May 9.
M. Turner, schr., at Graya Harbor
from Hon., April 11.
Marlon Chilcott, ship, for Hon., from
Gaviota, May 13.
Mary E. Foster, schr., from Port
Ludlow for Honolulu, May 13.
Mary WInkleman, bktne., from Eu
reka, for Hllo, May 16.
Melrose, schr., at Port Townsena
from Mahukona, April 22.
Mlnnlo A. Caino, schr., at Port Al
len, from Grays Harbor, May 9.
Muriel, schr., from San Francisco at
Honolulu, May S.
Nuuanu, bk., In distress at Falkland
Islands, Nov. 18.
Prosper, schr., from Hllo for Port
Townsend, May 23,
Repeat, schr., from Tacoma, at Hon.,
R. P. Rlthot, bk., from S. F. for
Hon., May 26.
Robert Lowers schr. from Port
Townsend at Hon., May 22.
Robert Searles, schr., from Hllo, for
Port Townsend, May 11..
CHANGE IN SCHEDULE.
S. S. MAUNA KEA.
Beginning Saturday, June 8, 1912,
and until further notice, the S. S. Ma
una ICea will make two trips each
week to Hllo and roturn, running on
the following schedulo:
Leavo Honolulu Wednesday at 10 a.
m., for Lahainn, McGregors, Kawal
hae, Mahukona, Laupahoehoo and
Arrlvo Hllo, 'Thursday a, m.
Leave Hllo Friday at 10 a. m., touch
ing at Laupahoehoe, Mahukona, Ka
walhao, McGregors and Lahainn.
Arrlvo Honolulu, Saturday n. m.
Leavo Honolulu, Saturday at 4 p.
m., for Hllo direct.
Arrlvo Hllo Sunday a. m.
Leavo Hllo Monday at 5 p. m., for
Arrlvo Honolulu, Tuesday a. m.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
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SONOMA LEAVE HON.... JUNE 12 SONOMA ARRIVE S. F....JTJND 18
VENTURA LEAVE HON..... JULY 3 VENTURA ARRIVE S. F.....JULY 9
Rates from Honolulu to San Fran clscb:, First-class, $65; Round trip,
1110. Cabin with bath, ?50.00 extra.
Reservations will not ho hold lat or than Forty-Eight hours prior to;
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AqiPIC RAILWAY COMPANY, between Vancouver, B. C, ana Sydney
4. and calling at Vlotorla, B. C, Honolulu and Auckland, N. Z.
rOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA. FOR VANCOUVER,
I. B, MAKURA JUNH 19 S. S. ZEALANDIA JUNE 18
I. D. ZHALANDIA JULY 17, S. S. MARAMA. JULY 16
5. 8. MARAMA AUG. 14
CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAQES.
Cheo. H Davies & Co., Ltd., Geal Agents
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
SUkiuara ol tKi abore company will call at Honolulu and leaTd tklfl
rt en or about tho dates mentioned below:
For the Orient: For San Francisco.
S. S. CHINA JUNE 6' S. S. MONGOLIA JUNB 11
S. S. MANCHURIA JUNE 12 S. S. KOREA JULY &
Will tall at Manila.
For seneral Information applj; to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. - - - Agents
Matson Navigation Cos Schedule, 1912
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU.
Arrive from San Francisco. Ball for San Francisco.
3. 8. LURLINE ...JUNE 5 S. S. HONOLULAN MAY 2&
I. S. WILHELMINA JUNE 11 S. S. LURLINE JUNE 11
S. S. WILHELMINA JUNE 1
S. S. Hilonlan sails from Seattle
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD.,
American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
i . . . j
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU, rla Tehuantepec, eTory elith da,
freight rocelred at all times at tho Company's Wharf, 41st Btremt, Bcmtb
FROM 8EATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
S. S. MISSOURIAN TO SAIL ABOUT JUNE 5
S. S. MEXICAN TO SAIL ABOUT JUNE 1(J
S. S. COLUMBIAN TO SAIL ABOUT UJNE 27
Wot further Information apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents, Honolulu.
0. r. MORBE, General Freight Agent
Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
Steamers of the abore Company, will call at and leaTe Honolulu ba os
iftout the dates mentioned below a
FOR THE ORIENT: FOR SAN FRANCISCO;
8. S. CHIYO MARU JUNE 21 S. S CHIYO MARU MAY 28
3. S. NIPPON MARU JULY 12 S. S. NIPPOON MARU.... JUNE 13
B. S. TENYO MARU JULY 18 S. S. TENYO MARU JUNE 25
S. S. CHIYO MARU JULY 10
Calls at Manila omitting call at Shanghai.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd., Agents
I UNION-PACIFIC TRANSFER CO,
HANDLE iYOTJR BAGGAGE IT GETS ON THE RIGHT
Office King St, ntxt Young HuteL iTelepfiones 1874 and 187S.
or Honolulu direct on or about Juno 1,