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EVENING RULLETtN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, NOV. 4a, J90).
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WHARF AND WAVE
INTERESTING TESTS of a newly keo & St. Paul Uy., for the trans
invented life saving and wreck lo- continental jdilpment of Its freight
eating Bear Invented by Frank 1, when delivered ut Tacoma and Se
Urust of Seattle, were held some
weeks ago at Victoria, II. C.
- The Invention Is a buoy held In a
cylindrical tank fast io n steamer'
deck, with a connecting rope colled
mi a windlass, and when a vessel
blnks equipped with this gear the In
lush of water through apertures In
the cylinder forces the buoy free and
It lloats to the surface. The buoy,
which Is pear-shaped nnd surmount-ed-by
a bclf, rung by the action of
the waves, has a number of buoys
attached to It. The released buoy
floated up from a sunken vessel not
only maiks the spot where theves-
hp! foundered nnd the denlh- this
is shown by the marking of the line
ioloasn.1 from th windlass but of-
fern succor to the survivors. They
... nitrnctnil liv tha rlnirlnir of tho
bell tn the buoy, where, on teaching I
II, they can easily detach (he life
buoys fastened to It and cling to
lashlnga made fnst to It.
Mr. IlrusL says that during his
years of travel In nqrlltcrn waters,
.ll.lltlrv li-niil IGfi'l wtlAII llo Ufflu n(.
board tho old Aii'con, he has noted
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life and also for locating a wreck,
nnd a few mouths ago, after several
J cars of effort, he patented the de
lco he has boon exhibiting before
pionilnent shipping men in the har
bor at Victoria.
THR NAUTICAL MILK . The
United States Hydrographlc Ofllcu
, 1'iih Issued n circular explaining
tho dlffcrencd In the longth of a sea
iiiiiu, iir-miiiucm iniiu, uuii u geuiirupii' neiu at lirussols, a regulation has
Iml utile. "In tho United States," been agiecd upon as to helping ves
miys tho circular, "tho sea mlle,or Bels In distress at sea. This Is
nautical nillo, or knot, used for the ,Cant to bo effective even though
inoiisuicmeiit of distances In open 'the leBiioctlve nations l, v.,
navigation, has n length of 0,080.2
ft.; in France, Germany nnd Aus
tila the nautical or sea mile has a
ltugth of 6.07C.23 ft.; In England
tlui nautical mile, corresponding to
tho 'Admiralty knots,' Is 6,080 ft.
The geographical mile, which Is the
length of one minute of longitude
of the equator of tho terrestrial
spheroid, Is 0,087.15 ft. long. The
statute mile, , used principally In
measurements of land, In C,280 ft."
MAKINO A HID for the lmmoue
Oriental frelght-carrylpg trade, tho
Ofalta Shosen Knlsha has made ar
rangements wjth tho Chicago, Mil
waukee & Puget Sound Ry, In con
tho Chicago, Mllwau -
ijj be With us again .SATURDAY, November 27, and willbe ready to receive the children, both young and old. He has presents
Beautiful presents given away this year
TnE iArcie AND HANDSOME DOLL'ON DISPLAY IN OUR' Wwl
DOW WILL BE GIVEN TO THE MOST POPULAR GIRL.
vote coupon will be given to everyone purchasing 50 cents worth of Roods
toy purchases of $3. 00 or over on Christmas moraine.
KERR & pD, LTD.,
THE SCHOONER Eva Is reported
as thirty days out from Grays Harbor
tn route to Mahukona with a shipment
of lumber Intended for the Hawaii
Hallway Company. Another Ions pas
sage vessel from Grays Harbor is the
tchooncr Dauntless, which vussel Is
now twunty-elKht days out and bound
for Honolulu. The Dauntless Is brim
liiK down lumber fur the City Mill
KIIO.M NEWPORT news is reported ", V " .,,,.
I.. .,.:....:.:.. :. .., ..... ........... ......vices fiom Europe tu India. Till:
mo uvjmi tutu ut mo JVJllCl lUll Blliu
f&wanl-8owall. 19 days ago, llio Brit-
lcl freighter Kails cf Orchy, 35 days
oul. aa Hrltlih steamer Mntunda, 34
''"-VB u,lt. ll11 u0,1'l '" Honolulu with'
Shipments of coal. The last named
VCK,!"1 '" "or caw are consigned to
the locyil agency of T. II. Davles & Co ,
while, tho Kalla of Orchy brliigs fuel
for tho U. 8. Naval Station.
FHOM POUT LUDLOW In retried
three windjammers that are thirty 'or
J"""' out. jeh bound for Hawaii
I"n I101-'"- The schooner Kona is des
tlnod for Honolulu, bringing lumber
for II. Hackfeld & Co.; tho Robert
Lewers. now thlity-fho day out.
Comes to tho agency of Lowers &
Cooke; the bark Albert goes to Kn
mapall ami is bringing down lumber
consigned to 11. Hackfeld & Co.
FOR DISTRESS AT SEA Jn a
dlspaieh from llerlln dated Oct. 9 It
h stated that at flm Intornntlnmit
Marltlmo Conference which Is being
THERE IS over Beven thomand
Ioiib of general cargo from the main
land to discharge at this port from
tho American-Hawaiian lino freighter
Alaskan, which arrived hero yesterday
u is expected that tho vessel will be
ready for dispatch for Kahiilut and
Hllo on or ahout Friday ovcnlng. The
lessel will take on a shipment of sug
ar and other Hawaiian pioductH ut tho
NO RAIN along tho Kau and llama
kua coast Is the input t that has been
brought hero by tho steamer Miiiiun
Loat which has arrived fiom tho Kona
anil Kau side of the big IbIuiiiI. The
; veB8el met WIUI "uo weather on tlioimoiioy was surel' well Invested.
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city and comprises Dolls, Air Guns,
Remember Saturday, November 27, at
trip with smooth seas In crossing the
THE INTEn-ISUAND Btoamer Iwa
lanl Is reported by tha Maunn l.o.i as
at Hopoapu loading sugar and was
vduo to airlvo ut Jllln tomorrow. The
Bteaniur Heleiie and the steamer I.Ike
like wcro rcpoitcd as discharging
freight at I'aauhau and Honokaa,
THK UIHTISH ship Celtic Chief la
now out one HimlK'it and tweiity-nlno
days from Hnmbuig. The vossel is
bringing a shipment of fertilizer to
tho order of tiie Hawaiian Fertilizer
Company. This vrtwl Is duo tn kIiow
up here within the :n xt few wooks.
NBW SHIPPINO COMIIINI-: A
leccnt dispatch stntoa that the North
German l.loyd nnd the ICIIrnnan
r. ... .. ..u u ...v HIi (.(hi
will bo with cheap through tickets!
THE SCHOONI-n: Churchill, now (If
teen dnys from Columbia River X)rtn
with a shipment of lumber conslgncl
to 1-owern Si Coolie is tin tho way to
A RKPORT briiiight hero by tho
steamer Maunn I.oa states that there
are SOU suckn Piinuluu and rti(M Hacks
Honoapu sugnr awaiting shipment on
' TUB STEAMKR Maul is scheduled
to Kef uway for .Hawaii ports at fi
o'clock this evening taking general
lines of cargo.
Uufnrd. arrived at San Francisco from
Honolulu. Oct. IS.
nix. nt Spattlo.
Logan, at San .Francisco.
Thomas, fiom Manila for Honolulu,
Sheridan, from Honolulu for Manila,
Malls are duo at Honolulu from
polntH as follows: '
Yokohama Per Hongkong Mnru
Vancouver Per Makura, Dec. 10.
Colonics Per Aorangl, Dec. 8.
Malls will depart for the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Hllonlau, Nov. 30.
Vanpouvor Per Aorangl, Dec. 8.
Colonics Per Makura, Dec. 10
Duffalo has just purchased 2500
trees, which aro to bo planted on both
tides of tho streets, It being tho pur
pose In that city to continue this work
until' all of Its thoroughfares shall
have been beautified. The cost of tho
present treej wai $.1 each, and the
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in our store, commencing Monday,
Irish Mails, Mechanical Toys, Rubber
PEARL HARBOR TO
BE PACIFIC'S KEY
Taft Indorses Plan To
WASIIINHTON, Nov. 11. Presi
dent Tuft in conference jesterdny
with Secretury Meyer, decided that
Penrl Harbor Bhall bo tho key to tho
This means Hint Pearl Harbor
man be tno radical point tor onensc
nnd dofenso of tho United Stale.)
operations In tho East, It Is evi
dent that this new and itillilng
move on tho International chess
board gives tho United States thu
domination of tho Pacific ocean.
Inasmuch us the Piesldent hlmsolt
has determined upon this move It R
n fair, Indisputable evidence that
battleships must bo translermt In
Pearl Harbor, which will ho great
est naval base Jn tho Western hi'inlw
pliere. This announcement by Secretary
Meyer for President Taft read bo
tween the lines, means that the
work of llio State department will
henceforth be an easy matter when
dealing with tho enemies' of IV.t
United States In the Orient.
dt Is the most Important niovo
made by the United States slnco tho
Philippines came Into this country's
possession, It apparently settles In
ndvanro the International Issues.
Equally Imnortant Is tho deter
mination of the
President that tho
a rtn y must defend the Philippines.
Tho noccssnry corollary of this"
(imposition Is that Manila Is to yield
Its placo as tho Pacific base for of
fmso and dofensa. 1
Tho administration has nlnlnly
determined that Manila Is not the. Sheriff Jnrrott has received' from a
pioper place for tho base. It io. sergeant of police" at Oakland, a ro
tains Olnngnpo as the real local nnv- quest that ho try and locato Harvey
nl baso In tho Philippines. The K. Wilson, a young man who dlsap
great steel dry dock Is thero. it Is poared from his homo last August. "
fairly well guarded by guns which The man, who was born In Stockton
weio unshipped In emergency from Cal., has fallen heir to a largo estate
nnval vessels and placed In position, loft by one of his aunts, and his fam
ine estimate now is that from
$200,000 to 1300,000 only will bo
necessary to porfect the scheme of
defoifso at Olongnpo and establish It
as a port of call for thu ships of the
navy cruising away fiom tho baso
at Pearl llaibor.
The neai cat adjunct for tho Penrl
Harbor bimo Is San FraiuUco, Tho
THE MOST POPULAR BOY WILL GET THE HANDSOME FRENCH ,
MOBILE, ALSO ON DISPLAY IN THE WINDAW. f ,
November 22, and the contest will close
Toys, Tin Toys, Electric Can, Horses
lulorost iclutlons are thcicforo es-
itahllshcd between San KrancUco nnd
I the key to the Pacific. San K.ran-
cisco will be the homo port ncccs
sirily of nil ships sailing the Pacific.
The fact that San Francisco Is
fortified according to the views or
l.cneral Murray, chief of urtlllery,
In a llrst.claK8 niunncr, makes It cer
tain that ships of an enemy will
never wander by tho Pearl Harbor
l.asn toward the Pacific Const of the
The practical abandonment of the
Hchemo to spend millions of monoy
at Manila means more millions for
Pearl Harbor and the Pacific coast.
Piesldent Tnft's conlVronce yes
terday with Secretary Mcjer has
fullll(ileil ,,, 'Euro,,e chancollor-
Its fcOinelhliiK to think about. Tho
bcltonlo lert.U outlined was worked
olU , ,,,,, b . (h y ,, mivy
liuaid under direction of the Presi
dent. It is, of course,- approved by
Meyer, secretary of tho navy, anil
IJIcldnscn, secretary of war.
Mcllrdu strengthened up today mi
tho ICxcluiigo and bids are now made
lor the Block nt 0.25, about two hun
dred rliarcs having sold at that figure
this forenoon. i
Tin. largo stock transaction roorted
on the board was that of 1237 shares
of Pacific Sugar Mill, reported ly
llroker Roth and representing the deal
by which Schaefer & Co., tho agents,
take over full control of tho stock of
Walalua sold yesterday afternoon at
122 nnd bids wero made nt that flguro
this forenoon with no sellers. Thero
was considerable dealing In Onhu Suti-
ar Co. at 32.7.'. Ewa sold at 31.50 and
Hawaiian Commercial ut 35.50. Olaa
advanced to G.37V& on a sale of fifty
shares this morning.
Hy want proof of his death In caBo he
has died. Wilson was about 27 years
of age, 5 feet 7 luches lu height and
weighed about 160 pounds. Ho currloi
ouo shoulder much higher than tho
other and Is of u dark complexion,
Anyone knowing of 'his whereaboutB
l requested tn cnmmiiiilcato with
Sheriff Jarrett at tho police station,
Friday, December 24, at 10 p. m.
and Carts, Tea Sets, Drums, Carts,
PROBE WORK OF
Tho United States official this morn-
Ing continued their examination Into
tho opium ring and Its operations that
was uncovered through tha arrest of
John Kekaliuiin, the stevedore who was
caught trying to smuggle the drug
nsnoro irom mo Asia. At tno exam- '
lnntlons this morning United States
Attorney Ureckons and Collector
Stackablo were present.
Kckahuna and William K. Luther
were examined and given an oppor
tunity to tell what they know of tho
operations of tho smugglers. Tho men
now under arrest are William K. Luth
er, John Kekaliuna, Kalknl, Kane,
Charles Park anil a Chinese, Cliarlci
BULLETIN ADS PAY 'MB
MINCE PIES WITH BRANDY
MINCE PIES WITHOUT BRANDY
Theie piei will be made of the
excellent. This we guarantee.
Pies and Cakes of any kind will be made to order, Orders will be
promptly attended to and filled,
Beginning with the first of the week the Vienna Bakery will run
a delivery wagon to all parts of the city.
Remember this :
PURITY OF MATERIAL is our
SHIP our Motto.
SHERIFF AS CHIEF
With regard to tho aliened charges
ngalnst the suspended Chief of !)'
tvctUcs, Joseph Leal, Sheriff Jnrrett
has at present nothing to say for pub
lication. Tho Sheriff has had ccrtaii
Ktmles carried to him and lie Is unlet-
ly tracing them back to their original
As soon as something definite can
be brought forward the whole matter
will bu put up io tho Grand Jtu y. nnd
they will have to decide whether thero
la anything In the matter or not.
In tho meantime Sheriff Jarrett Is
acting as chief of detectives hlniiieir.
With I.eul under suspension, and Dep
I'ty Roxo confined to his room with ,i
bully Injured leg, tho Sheriff Is being
kept cry busy nnw-a-days.
Lot mince and their taste will be
Boast and, SKILLED
No. 1129 Fort Street
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