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EFFORTS OF INVENTORS TO SAVE LIVES
OF THOSE WRECKED UPON HIGH SEAS
In Ills great battle with the sea, nilenro ot the waves that are constantly
battle h loli never ends, in nn liru ells- shipped. To attain audi an end it vn
lilnjed miiclf Ingenuity While rcnll. found ncceiutary tcflticloc tho engine
tng that the foe will always bo tool
drone for ltltn, he neer relaxes his
efforts to tnako ocean vov aging as frco
Irora danger as possible. Captain J
M Donvlg, a Norwegian shipmaster,
lias Invented a floating globo which has
undergone repeated tests successfully.
This globe, capable of holding sixteen
I crsons, may be amply provisioned,
watered and tuppllcd with fresh air.
It is claimed to bo absolutely non
linkable, floating on tho surfaco ot tho
wildest sea. In his globe Captain Don
vlg has utilized tho principle of tho
hollow ball that floats readily upon the
Tiie shell Is constructed of steel and
Is brnrcd suflHentl) to make It strong
enough to withstand the battering of
angry waves, or ocn pounding upon
rocks or the shore It Is so construct
ed that tho part intended to be the top
will olwnvs float uppermost In part
tho ballast consists of two large tanks,
each capablo ot holding 250 gallons of
fresh water. Scats for passengers that
encircle the Interior nro built over
looker", In which a considerable quan
tity ot food may be Btorcd
In tho top of tho globo Is n twelve
I run ventilating pipe, which may be
raised to a height of flo feet or low
ered so as to be flush with tho outer
surface of tho globe. There nro three
manholes by which a passenger may
cuter or leave tho globe, and through
small glass portholes tho outer sur
rounding! of tho globo may bo oh
scrved The Interior contnlns toilet no
commodation and cooking appliances,
so that, with fresh water, warm food
nnd dry, If somewhat cramped, quar
ters enstawavs may manago to pahs
tho tlmo In more or less .comfort un
til rescued or tho globe drifts ashore.
Completely fitted out and lontalnlnn
sixteen persons, tho life-saver draws
twenty-throo Inches ot water.
When caught In it collision, passcn
gcrs and crew of a ship haa only to
climb Into lite-sating globes, close the
manholes, nnd, without-fear, wait for
their vessel tn sink No matter how
great tho suction, Captain Donvlg as
serts tho globes will bob to tho sur
face sercnly nnd right sldo up.
lly displaying a ling by day and dis
charging rockets at night he would ex
pect to be picked up without great de
lay, unless tho wreck occurred far out
of the usual lines of sea travel.
A marine engineer of a neighboring
nation Captain Engelhnrdt of Den
markhas Just invented a collapsible,
lion stnhnblo lifeboat, which, when not
in use, may bo folded and stowed away
in much less space, than is required
for tho ordinary boats aboard a ship,
Tho operation ot extending or opening
it Is very simple, requiring only a few
moments. A boat of such a type, twen
ty feet long, ccn when filled with
water, will, it is asserted, sustain moro
than IU00 pounds, and one twenty-six
feet long will float 8000 pounds.
The great buoyancy of Captain En
gelliardt's craft Is duo to tho fact that
Us bottom nnd fender are fitted with
Kapok, tho product of a plant that
grows in Java and Sumatra. It will
sustain from thirty to thirty five times
its own weight In water scen and a
half times tho buoyancy of cork.
AMien not in uso the superstructure
of the boat may bo folded down When
erect tho superstructure Is surrounded
by a fender, r.lso lilted with knpok In
water-tight cushions. In extending tho
boat tho oars are released, an oval'
shaped thwart supplied with cross
thwarts slides Into position nnd Blanch
Ions and other parts drop Into their
places automatically. Tho mechanism
is simple and not easily put out of or
der. It Is asserted that this boat would be
plugs lost and Its bottom crushed. Ho
Ing less than a foot In depth when
folded, It may easily bo stowed. Heavy
ccas are not likely to Injuro it. Fur
thermore, It Is always ready. Should
a essel with such an equipment sink
suddanly, the life boats would float u
rafts and still support their full tonv
plement of pasengcrs.
Captain Kngtchardt's boat is ory
easy to launch. If tho davits aro
Jammed, It may bo thrown overboard
bodily, and be manned and extended
later while In tho water. Its construc
tion Is such that It cannot capsize, even
It all the passengers It will hold are
crowded against ono rail
An interesting doctopinent of the
gasoline motor has taken plnce in this
country, where It hus 1h.ch applied to
n lifeboat for tho uso of regular life-
The motor Is intended to relievo tho
ciew from tho arduous labor entailed
tn approaching a wreck against heavy
seas and head winds. Sometimes life
tavtrs u nil those whom they nro en
dcavorlng to icscue meet death in the
niirf betnuso tho men have been ux
1 aucted by thu terrific strain of bat'
tllng with tho seas.
An experimental motor-driven life
boat has been put Into service at New
haun for this winter It Is expected
that all the Important stations ot the
Ilrltlsh coast will soon be equipped
with such craft
Defnro adopting tho gasolino motor
Into the lifeboat service many dlfllcul
tics were, surmounted. In tho first
place, It was Imperative that tho motor
be adequately protectod from the vlo-
?fictt fMw .. L j.asv.
In an absolutsly watertight case
Then again tho motor had to be as
nearly automatic as possible, Hut what
was far moro Important was that tho
lifeboat should not lose Its ability to
right ItBOlf becauso of the weight nnd
position of the machinery, and also
that tho motor should stop automat-
Icnlly in the event of the boat being
capsized. All these requirements. It is
asserted, havo been met In tho craft
Just put Into senlce at Ncwhaun
M. Probst, a native of Geneva, hai
Invented a new llfesavlng costume,
Dressed In It ho has remained fifteen
days at sea. There Is no limit to the
tlmo. this now life saving apparatus
may bo worn.
It Is made ot India rubber, and can'
easily bo put on It Is watertight and In a loose, woolen bag, open to niols
covcrs all but tho hands and face So lure, It Is contained, together with Its
light Is It that nearly half the body
remains above water. Ingeniously
mado watertight pockets contain the
necessary provisions, Implements with
which to repel tho attacks of large
fish, and a trumpet with which to at
tract tho attention ot passing ships
Francis G. Hall, Jr , a graduate of Yale
unlvcrslt), has Invented a modern
In Collier's for November 18, Mr
Doolcy, discussing business and potll
leal honesty, among other things says:
It's sthrango people can't see It th
wny I do. Thoro'B Jawn Cassld) Yo
know him, He's a pollytlclnn or graft
er. Th' samo thing. Ills graft Is to
walk downtown to th' City Halt at
eight o'clock tvry inomln' an' set on
a high stool ontll flvo tn th' nfthernoon
nddln' up figures. Ivry week tninty
dollars IV th' taxpayers' money, twlnty
dollcrs wrung fr'm you an' me, lllnnls
sy, Is handed to this boodlcr Ho used
to get tw tut) -flvo In a clothln' store,
hut ho Is a romantic young fellow nn'
ho thought 'tvvud bo a line thing to bo
a statesman. Th' dlff'renco between
a clothln' clerk on' a statesman clerk'
Is that th' statesman clerk getB less
money, an' has th' prlvllego lv wurruk-
In' out lv office hours. Well, Cassldy
comu In wan night with his thumbs
stained fr'm his unholy callln'. 'Well,'
says I, 'yo grafter arro goln' to bo
hurled out,' I Bays. 'I suppose so,'
sayu ho. 'We'll havo a business ad
mlnisthration,' says I, 'Well,' says he,
I wondhcr what kind lv a business
will It be,' ho says. 'Will It bo th' In-
surnnco business? I tell yo If thoy
Ivor Inthrajooco llfo Insurance meth
ods In our littlo boodle offlco thcro'U
bo a rlvolutlon In this hero city, will
It bo a ralroad admlnlsthraton, with
th' ofllco cargln' o twice as much f'r
wathcr as Armour paysT Will It be
th' bnnkln' buslnoss, with th' Biiperln
Undent tnkln' th' money out lv th' draw
er Ivry night an' puttln' In a few kind
wurruds on n slip lv paper?
What kind lv a business or ro yo
goln' to uso to purify our corrupt gov-
mint? Look here,' says he. 'I'm go
In' out lv pollytlcks,' ho Bays. 'Mo wife
can't bland th' sthialn lv seeln' th'
now papers nlways refcrrln' to mo bo'wo're put down as grafters, what Is
a nickname In quotation marks. I'vo
cot me ol' lob bnck, an' I've quit ucin-
a stnlcsman,' ho says. 'Hut let mo tell
yo somcthln', I'vo be'en a boodler an'
a grafter nn' a public leech f'r flvo
years, but I used to bo a square Busi
ness mnn. on' I'm glvln' yo th' thruth
whin I say that business ain't got a
shndo on poll j tics In th' roatther lv
honesty. Th' bankers was sthrong
ngnliiBt Muicahy. Hut I know al
about th' names, wnin i hi m
ointhtr business Minzenhclmcr used
to hnvo th' bnnks overccrtlfy his other words, n thing wo can do with
checks Ivry night. That wud mean out." I.ljtlo Willlo: "Then a mosquito
. , ,,". ..i.i.in fv n nnllvtl. "ot n w nter must bo qulto a luxury,
'?" y.0a. '." '! .B"r-b!n,r,L rffi. In-t It. pa?"-Chlcago Dally News.
Clall, IJUI, I UUU l. nvw MW MW...... M
th' wan-two in th' Iron gall'rles at
in wnu-irn. m "' " . ,
Jollet. I knew a young fc low tl at
wurniKvu i ". - , "-"
...... ... .1.. Tin I.J Olnl AS Ulfl..
prisiuini boiu in uuiKum"v"-
i umitu nuaciiH. i
!& foRDER"'. 1 I nnnem 1
mm I fm wM WM ro mSm
Nsw York Amsrlesn.
W tjtiuiJu, ijfa.ijiV.-i yjUiA&iltkdit4ik.
It Is considerably less limn three feet
in length, and I. built of steel and a
special kind of bronze unaffected by,
salt air It taper, from the breech.'
where tho greatest strain comes, to a
diameter of five Inches at tho muzzle
A special self locking mechanism, be -
Heed to bo the simplest and to haie
tho fewest working parts of any yet
devised, .clones tho rear of tho bora In
uch a way that anv water tlndlnc Its
Uay In will Instantly drain ouL The
firing hammer, with safety device, h
actuated by a lanvard and relics wholly
0n the pull of the gunner, all tho
springs and dcllcato latches ordinarily
used In army cannon being entirely
dono away with
Instead of having tho powder chargo
primer, In a hermetically sealed bronze
cartrldgo case, which slips easily Into
the breech ot tho gun.
The gun Is titled with a portable,
temporary platform, which can be
placed on tho ground without anchor
Ing, nnd at tho samo tfmo approximate'
In construction a ship's deck -London
. i.,,,, , ...1
to an or hook dealer to mako
f r n ticker In his office. Wc may
bo a tough gang over nt th' City Hall.
A foreign namo alwnjs looks lough
whit. It's printed In n rayform Idltory-
nl Hut. thank th' Lord, no man Ivcr
accused us lv belli' life Insurance prls-
Mints o nln't buncotn' an' ecarin'
peophs with til fear lv deatli Into mor
gedgln' their furnlturo to buy boozo
an' cigars f'r us,' ho says. 'Wo may
take bribes, bocauso wo need th' mon
ey, but wo don't give thlm becauso wo
wont more thin wo need. Wo'ro graft
crs, jo Bay, but thero's tnanuy a dob
lar pushed over th' counter lv n bank
breech loading firearm destined to
terlally Increase the effldemy of
that Mulcnhy wud fling In th' evo lv th' f ,,1U 1'8tato of Joao Comes Medclros, pointed tho time nnd plaro for proving
mnn Hint nfrrn,i it t i,i.n I deceased, testate Order of Notice of said will and hearing snld application.
"Vh. iK.ii ..rlu ... . I'otlllon for Allowanco of Final Ac- It Is further ordered that notlco there
.. Thll',01,,!"flan R . P "H"1'8 nni charge In this Estate, of bo given, by publication onco a
He an his Inlmles It don t seem nnnyion reading nnd filing tho petition an J week for three succcsslvo weeks, la
worse to him thin wlnnln' money on recounts of Mnria dn Lttz Medolros, ex-' tho Evening Ilulletln. a newspaper pub
a horse race Ho doesn't sou th' vvrltli- rcutrix under tho last wilt and testa-, llshcd In Honolulu, tho lust ntib'lca-
Ing lv th' man ho takes th" coin fr'm.
Hut theso ar6 high fl nnncoers grafts
on th' public nn' their Inlmlos, but '
Principally their fr.nds. Dump ,.,
cr pardner Is th' quickest wny to th'
money. Mulcnhy wud rnther die thin
skin a frlnd that had sthrung a bet
with him. Hut if Muicahy was a roll
road boss Instead lv n pollytlcnl boss,
he wud first wurruk up th' con fldcnco
lv his frlnds In him, thin ho wud sell
thlm his stock, thin ho wud tell thlm
th' road was goln' to th' dogs nn' mnko
thlm glvo It bnck to him f'r nawthln,
thin ho wud get out a fav'rablo ray
port an' sell th' stock to thlm again.
An' l.e'd go on doln' this till ho'd mado
enough to be Dieted prlsldlnt lv n good
govcrmlnt club. Soma lv th' bovs
down at our offlco aro owners lv stock.
Whin do thoy first larn that things
nr-re goln' wrong with th' comp'ny?
Afthcr th prlsldlnt nn' boord lv dl rec
tors havei sold out. Don't yo get off
ann gas at mo about business men an'
politicians. I nlvcr know a politi
cian to go wrong until ho'd been con
taminated bo contact with a business
man I'vo been flvo years in th' wath
cr office, nn' In nil that tlmo not n
postago stamp hns been missed. An'
political graft annvhow? it ain't
stenlin' money out lv a tlhrawer. It
ain't robbln' th' tnxpnvcr direct th'
j way th' gas comp'ny does. All there's
to It is a business mnn payln' less mon'
oy to n pollytlclnn thin ho wud havo
to pay to th' city If ho bought a sthreet
or a dock direct,
IV coorse, theru
ar-re petty larceny grabs bo pollsmcn."
LitUo Wlllo: "Say. pa, what Is a
,iuxury7' Pa: "A luxury, my son, is
bomcthlng wo don't really need: In
Thcro Is an agitation In Glasgove,
ScoUun(1 t0 hac llmbrcIla B,nndgbpr0'.
.mcil on the tplatform of tho clcctr c
MORTGAGEE'S' NOTICE OF INTEN-1
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT-
OAQE AND OF SALE. ,
rn'JnlP."r?U1 "T, ,IlC. I001" of Sale
contnlticd n that certain mortgage
'torn LUI WAIOLAMA nnd KANEWA.
MAeYnnv' .Hi", T' ,fV., W3"
MAQOON, dated March 3th. 1900, re
'ii-. on- "... ... .. ' .
'tvJ,Vi .h.i it7- J . co.
B 'v0e" ''l 1'(. "'""lB0 i"
0"dl,.o kiTlo' wil "ho'n pa y.
tllCnt of principal and Interest when
ciuc, and will on Monday, the 6th day
of January, 190, nt 12 o clock Noon
of said day, expose, for sale and sell
a' tho miction rooms of Will E Usher,
, , " ,r. r ,rl ?DU ween airects, uono-
lulu, tho lands and property described
In said mortgage.
Tho terms of tho salo aro cash In
Unlted States gold coin.
Deed at tho expenso of purchaser.
J ALFRED MAGOON,
ino premises ucscnucu in sam more uullctln, a dally newspaper published
Ertgo and to bo sold as aforesaid con in Honolulu
Hl ' I Doted at Walluku, Maul, December
FIRST. All thoso certain pieces or '27th, 1915.
pnrcols of land slluato nt Kalkalhe. In! (Sd) A. N. KEPOIKAI.
I'nuoa, described as Apanas 1 and 2 of
(loval Patent No 5GI9, Ijtnd Commls
lion Award No. ISO I in tho mime, ot
I'uowalnn, nnd containing nn area of
MS fathoms, nnd being the same prcin
tecs conveyed by deed of Akl tk) nnd
'fo dated May 22nd, 1S9C. to William
Hlc.0,?""J duly recorded In Uher 181.
)', lrh' a'd "'l.c . con f oi
l bnrlcs . Ilooth. and bj said Dooth
convevod to said I.ul Walolama. I
All that piece of land
lllunto nt I'auoa, Onhu, described in
,. c AttBr(, ,M1 ,, conUlnlng an
.ron. of 803 fathoms and more nnrtlcu
rly described in deed from Akl (k)
to L. Walolama dated May 3rd, 1890,
md duly recorded In Liber 125, Pages
t. anil 83
For further particulars apply to J.
Alfred Mngoon J. I.lghtfoot, Ma COOn
llulldlng, comer of Merchant and
ikea streets, Honolulu, nr to
WILL E. FISHER,
32C3 Dec. 23, 30, Jan C, 13.
IN TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate; nt Chambers In tho Matter
Iinent of Joao Gomes Mcdclros, dceens-
'tJ. testate, wherein sho asks to be
n''0.w,ci' "",n .""Jj ".no "h,Jl
"" ' " t"
tamo may bo examined and approved.
tmd that a final order may bo mado of
distribution of tho property remaining
In her hands to tho persons thereto
entitled, and discharging her from all
further responsibility as such execu
trix, It Is ordered that MONDAY, the
nd day of JANUARY, A. D. 1906, nt
nino ociock a. m. ucioro mo juugo oi
paid Court at tho court room of tho
paid court nt Honolulu, Island of Oa
hu, bo and tho samo hereby Is appoint,
rd as tho tlmo and placo for hoarlng
raid petition and nccounts, and that
nil persons Interested may then and
thcro appear and show cause, If any
they have, why tho samo should not
bo granted, and may present evldcnco
us to who aro entitled to the snld prop
erty. And that notlco of this order, In
the English language, bo published In
tho Evening Uullctln newspaper print
ed and published tn Honolulu onco a
wock, for thrca succcsslvo weeks, the
last publication to bo not less than two
weeks previous to tho tlmo therein
appointed for snld hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, this 15th day ot
J. T. DE nOLT.
First Judgo of the Circuit Court
of tho First Circuit.
J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court ot tho
A G Correa, attorney for petitioner.
3257 Dec. 1C, 23, 30; Jnn. 6.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers; In Probato. In tho Mat
ter of tho Estate of Samuol Nowlcln,
Into ot Lahilnn, Maul, deceased Or
der of Notice of Hearing Petition for
Administration. On reading and filing
tho petition of Emma Nowlcln, widow
of said deceased, alleging that Sam
uel Nowletn, of Lalmlna, Maul, died
Intcstnto at Lahalna Maul, on tho 5th
day ot December, A, D. 1905, leaving
property In tho Hawaiian Islands nec
essary to bo administered upon, and
praying that letters of administration
Issuo to James U Coko, It Is ordered
that Monday, tho 22nd day o' January,
A. D. 190C, at 10 o'clock a m , bo and
hereby Is appointed for hearing said
Petition in the court room of this court
nt Walluku, Maul, at which timo and
placo all persons concerned may ap
pear una snow cuunu, u uujr mj iiuic(j
Khy snld petition should not bo grant
td. nnd that notlco of this order bo
published in tho English languago for
i .- ............. .m . in ti,n i'tinini
thrco sucossivo weeks In mo i.vcning
n..i...- . ...ii.. ,.a,m..r ni.l.llthni!
f.lllllllll, U MtlllJ .IV M e' . ,...M. .-..--.
Dated nt Walluku, Maul, December
A. N. KEPOIKAI.
Judgo of tho Circuit Court of tho
2nd Clicult. '
(8d) EDMUND II HAIlT. '
(Seal) Clerk of tho Circuit Court ofj
(no .mi iirtuii
3257 Dec 10, 23. 30; Jan C
ritouM. !""-" - ":"::"
UWWM . ,... .. ..I.ratl..n.
iOSMTIO SBMfaotcr rtilwuoilt
r4oia uy iirwKK.'i,
(or SI Ml. or 9 Iwltl.i, II It.
IN Tim CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
Second Circuit, Territor) of Hawaii. At
Chambers, In Probate In the Matter
f the Estate of Fannie SoWery, Into of
Olowalu. Lalmlna Maul, deceased Or.
,icr of Notice of Hearing Petition for
A,inii,i.inik. r. r. ..T. .,!
,h0 eml" "' ' TKahuwa. mot
tr 0r sa,i deceased, of Olowaiu, Lahal-
rn ,Iaul- alleging thnl Fannie Saffery,
of olottalu' Lflhalnn, Maul died Intcs-
'n,t a fal "- " 3'" day ot
f,? he llaw VnuiZT
, bj , admlnirt c?4 " l..n and praytng
il.m imio,. ni ,imini - i....' ...
a N llajselden. It Is ordered that
Monday, tho 5th 'day of February, A.
D 'llOb. at 10 o'clock a. m., bo and
Perch) Is appointed for hearing said
petition In tho court room of this court
lat Walluku. Maul, at which tlmo an J
placo all persons concerned may ap-
penr and show cause, If any they have,
why said petition should not be grant
ed, and that notlco of this order bo
lubllshcd In the English languago for
tlireo successive weeks In thn nvmtni?
. Judgo of thu Circuit Court ot tho
(Sd.) EDMUND II. HART,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of the
32C8 Dec. 30; Jan. 0 13. 20.
THE CIRCFIT COtllT OF THIi
Circuit, Territory of lluwnll. At
hnmhpr. In I'f-nli.ltw In th.. Mntfn
the Estate of Henry Alexander lien-
,cri. dereaseil toatntc
.. win 7i... . .
Ordt r for
Itlon for Probato
purporting to bo
u,0 ia8l m nnJ Ustnmpnt of Henry
Alexander Iscnberg. deceased, bavins
on tho 29th dnv of December. A. D.
jyito, been presented to said probata
'court nnd a petition for tho probato
thereof, nml for thn lnmi.inr.. nf letter
Ala-(itnrucmary to Virginia It. Isonberg.
ltlchnrd M. Iscnberg and E G Dulsen-
I, erg having been tiled by said Virginia
it. Iscnberg. It Is hereby ordered that
MONDAY, tho 5th day of FEHItUAHY.
A. D 19uG. at 9 o clock a m.. of said
'day. at tho court room of said court.
at tho Judiciary llulldlng. Honolulu
Oahu, bo nnd tho some hereby Is nr
Hon to be not less than ten days pre
vious to the time therein appointed for
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, December
J. T. DE HOLT.
First Judge, Circuit Court, First
J. A. THOMPSON,
Kinney, McClnnahan & Cooper, At
torneys for Petitioner.
32CS Dec. 30; Jan. C, 13, 20.
PUDLIC LANDS NOTICED
Notlco Is hereby ,; hat at lit:
o'clock noon, Saturda. "iary 3rd,
l'JOG, there will bo son. , 'o no
tion under tho prov. " i '
Section 17, Land Art lb. . r. i K .
entranco to tho Judlcu i .
iiolulu, that certain p mo -
Land situated In lmu i j Isl
mid ot Maul nnd known a
These premises contain about 70.5
acres of land, moilly pastoral, togeth
er with certain resldcnco nnd out- '
buildings, adjoining road to summit of
llnltaknla, and at an elevation ofabout
4000 feet above sea.
Urset prlco 2&u0 00. Terms Cash,
U S. Cold Coin.
Tor plan and further particulars, ap
ply at Department of Public Lands, Ju
diciary Uulldlng, Honolulu
JA8. W PRATT,
Commissioner ot Public Lands.
Honolulu, January 3rd, 190C.
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