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From San Francisco:
Wilhelmlnn Feb. 1G
For San Pmnclico:
Lurllne Feb. 1C
Mokura Mar. 4
Moana .....Mar. 2
Guard ajrainst the chances of loui
in your business by using Bulled
tin advertising. It is the business
equalizer of business chance loss
and profit. '
Printed in Today's Bulletin
ESTABLISHED 1B82. NO. 4C44.
j lO'PABES HOKOLULU, TEBJUTOBT OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, FElltTAlY 16,, ,1110,
PEICE 5 CENTS.
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WASHINGTON, D. 0., Feb. 16.
United States Senator Benjamin
Tillman was taken suddenly ill
while at the Capitol this morning.
The Senator was conveyed to his
home and is resting easily.
(Special Bnlletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 16
The amendment to the Postal Sav
tags Bank Bill, to the effect that
Mvinirs of suoh institutions be com
pelled to be invested in government
bonds, introduced by Senator Boot,
threatens to defeat the bill.,'',
SAN 'FHANCISCO, Feb. 10. A
noint was gained for the old Taylor
Board of .Education today, and the
commissioners are in temporary ros-
sesucn.o: the educational depart'
ment... .members or
board who .were ousted
tecurea on injunction ironi inc court
.. (. ..-.. .i.,i l. inti o.
tinted MrPrt,r1 frntv
Vented McCarthy beard from the
education board rooms.
filttTtN o PAY
mmw-mtf i i ipiaii-
HAW THIS COMPANY
STAND8 READY TO
is ill mm
While ll,o public has u gen
eral Idoa of tho bUhlnrts of
a trust company, there are
many who do not know In Jiut
what manner such an Institu
tion as ours can sorro their
Individual needs. Thnraroio
o pnumernle tho following
features of our Trust Dcp.'rt-rut-iit:
Our Comiiany arts as Trus-'
,10 and FJxcoutor of w Ills, and
as Administrator and Gunr,
Our Company Rets as T;ut
tco under mortgage, and trust
deeds, as Trustee under agree
ments relating to "Life Insur
ance ami declarations of trust
geuoially, and receives and
manages sinking funds.
Our Company nctB as Trus
teo for Imestlng money, col
lecting Incomes and caring for
Our Coaipany acts as Depos
itory (or Truatoos nnd OnUcrs
having the management of es
tates and funds.
Our Company acts as Ho
celrer and Asslgnco under-appointment
Our Company acts as Regis
trar and TranFfer Agent in
the iBBtilng nnd recording of
stocks anil bonds.
In addition to theso trust
Our Company writes surety
Our Company writes, fire,
accident and life Insurance
Our Company Insures auto
mobiles against flro and acci
Our Company acts ns brok
ors In tho purchase nnd ealo
of stocks nnd bonds.
Our Company has an upto
ilato rcuf estate and tcntal cle
partmont. Our Company rents Bafo de
TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
Tort nnd Merchant Streets.
AUTO MEN FINED
aaIa UAt'n.l.n.a iJjfrom lhe Coast:
IvWIXC, TTTJIC1IIIIU5C, AIIU
Hack Insncctor Scullv enthercd In
some auto nnd 'motorcycle speeders
vDt.in. nn.i i.i. MAKinM inKM
iviui;i ....ii i.iis uiui lull., ituuu
Watcrhousc. Ilichnrd fonkn
John Choy Lo faced the mnalc at the
police court. Tho first-named pair
wore fined $25 nnd costs each for
nuto atunts, nnd tho last-named gen-
tleman had to part with tho same
of thii Tflirlnr.Iullount for sPdliiB liU nlotorcyclev,0'u"1
tiH hv MrParthv Tllcr0 wns no lefcnso ortored In With a first class cabin capacity for
m-frnm fh,m!rt lIl ""'o cuBcs. and tho dofeiidants "early ohq hundred and fifty persons
.. . ... . .. ...
ineauca guuiy ni once. ino nnca
'"ore promptly paid, and the ama-
chauffeurs dclmi ted.
John Choy I.o. whoso bosi, r. h.
Waldrrn. had to die un for tho same
kind of amusement some weeks ogo,
Btnted that ho had no means of tell-
inir tho imp. his .nntncpln wim co.
lng at. but he ulso pleaded guilty.
Scully nnd his nsslstunt had timed
the -speed merchants as they went
along llerctanln street, nnd accord-
ing .to his figures, the bunth had all
been traveling nt n rate of twenty
niii n.i ,nro nor hnnr. I
IS GOOD BOOST
Melody Should Speed
The Hawaiian band Is a valuable
UBiot in the program of promotion
whlth Is being can led on by tho city
nnd county of Honolulu. In tho opin-
Inn nf Knnorul.,.. "llm" Onlnn whnl
at last nlght'a meeting of tho city
fnlhpra rnllpil Mnmhnr Knnn tn tinnk
for nttempting to discourage tho
practise 01 pet muling mo unnu uu)n
In plajlng nt tho deimrturo 'of the
Kano objocted to the musicians
hnvlng been present at the sailing of
the Herman liner Cleveland on last '
Sunday evening, wjion Eome seven
liu.ulicd and fifty tourists took leato
of Honolulu and conuneiicod their
journey to tho Tar Hast. '
Kano declared that the National
Guard wciy participating In a base-1
ball game at one of tho locol recre
ation pounds, n ml the game was a
tamo nffnlr bemuse of nyi ubtonce of
brass-band melody. He therefore
DBked that Immaftcr tho band bo
not allowed to dispense music save
ut tho express order or command of
the Mayor or the Biiporylsors. . I
I Kane 'contendnd that It has been
' (Continued on Page 4)
.- 4' 4t f-f
-f Bulletin. Honolulu.
f Had south winds since leaving Snn Franclnco, with moderate ein. Weather cloudy amt rold
4 4- with conrlderahle ruin last Up days. Ship cry sleidy an 1 comto. table and passengers !! ell
-f and happy. r ,
Passenger t.lst Mr. and Mm. Nicholas OhlitnrltolII, Stifiin Mc ab MIks.'OIba Young Bloth Mr.
t- -T- iiid .ii tb. j, ii. worry air. j. uigcr, air.niiu mis. viinaui a. i,vuia . iss.
-r -r ivriiv, ir. ;fc a. oionari, uv. i.
4- 4- Mrs. Nirbamn, Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
ft- ir. u. Hlrliop- Mr. L. narkhausen. Mrs.
M.tll.1 MpMnmn Mlaa I ItrllnA
L. K. Ward MrB. 0. W. Klrttldy, child ,nitil ma'd. MS Ctu-st Bren'
L.nzaiieiii urown, mibh uoarKiana nosers, .tiiss .m. lox, Mr w. w..
pnd Mrs. J. Daniels and two children Mr. nnd Mrs. Tjndil 1'ilmar
rnv Mnv aflun 1a IV XI
v, ..i.j umu. .i,o, ,,. ,l.
wrs. v, u. vnn uaiKcr. wn.
Johnsnn Mlin FMnn I.fnilfliv
Camiiliell MUr C. U Camnbill
S. 1). tmov, Mr. anil Mrs. P.
4 t ' 'f Mrlt4fl ll V ffM
i HE foregoing wireless was
received by the Bull e-
tin this morning from
the Wllhelmlna, at sea, In
response to a wireless gent to Cap
tain Matson, who Is making the trip
to Honolulu on the newest vessel or
the Matson Navigation Company., It
gives the full Vassengor list, In addi
tion to the details of the voyage
wireless recclTCd-UbrniiKh the
agenoyof Castlcr& Cooke this morn
ing announced the -tact that the
Wllhelmlna would not arrive oft the
port' much before 4 o'clock this aft
ernobfl. According tn tho renort.
tho new liner Is bringing 1C0J tons
of Eee"-l cargo. :n this are. In-.
cluddd five new automobiles for local
imnnriflru infiivjinriR imMativant
"l'V, ,WW t1.IIV.IMl.U .MU..b.n.H
are to nrrho by the vessel, nnd there
la on uoaf a shipment of 130 sacks
' mainland ijinll.
Th veERel nlBO brings the inual
We""- "argo express matter for Ho-
.. .sri,ni . i . ... h..
- .".. ...v.... u. .v. ....i- .......
dred lu the steerago tho vessel will bo
found about two thllds ns lu.go as the
BlhetU or tho Korea.
'J cargo capacity of between six
nl ocu thouiaud tons and with
room "ln hpr co! t"aKe tanks for
an additional fou- or five hundred
,0s "' lu'r,B"" , " VV" " P""!
'"". n i" "'-snnru
lo l,rovo an imiriani lacior in tno
iransuonaiion oi una lino oi com
"'"' i mc ...,.., am. uuuuio.
The new liner Is 4ol feet In length
1'tyi mi i.viihlii nil iiiv waiuiniiu, iitii
(fcct; beam molded 54 feet; depth!
1 molded to upper dock. 33.C feet, (
I The vessel dlffLMs from tho general
typo of ocean going vessels of blmllar
I'.lmeuBlons and power In having the
propelling machinery located In. the,
nftcr end of the teasel. Hhc hus the
usual type of straight steam and ellip
tical stern, and Is schooner.rlgi;cd
with thice steel polo masts. Thnro
aie two completo stool decks In thol
hull, nlso an orlop deck In tho forward
Tho cssel iaa n completo dnublo
bottom nnd a deep tank amidships, ai
rangod to carry fuel oil or water bal
last In all compartments except thoio
under tbo engines nnd bollerB. which
are fitted to carry ftesh water for
boiler feed, etc.
ACCOnWlOdnllonB for firsf-ClaSB 1138-
songors are nil located amldehlwi on
vkyj ' 5 - m. .tmmtxttt-xWix ' '4'fttef.fiSK!tf-ywu.. A'.iW '.? j"i l
nwemiLTiit irHLJiOfi zi "hiuaiM r rnw . v im'aniirwri'it. .i-i-yiu- n: jt n'fi .v-. ms,' :, 11
il j ft VI it' fii h ' VIrissssssssssssssssl
N PORT B!
ntll o.. nl.11.1 MJ tf 1 r.J, tl
tl, u.iu vitilU, ilUfl. l, l ..uunvil H.
K. ,".f. Hiiynrcr. .JJr.J. K. ..)nri;,i, Mr.
'Mr. iml Mrs. H Htio Alr.Antim II
Mir. 1 ft. Knlnlit mil ii"i!il Mr. V J.
V. Br'dse an 1 child. Mr, 0. P. TJUelen,
The Wllhelmlna was reported off
Kjko Head at 3:35.
tbc umici ,lcck nn,i lhe .jr..t. ,,Mi,
houses, thero being forb-utght stnte-
rooms. wltli two bevtlip naoh, mi 'J
ll(i-fo special rooms v 1th brass tied,'.
All flrst-clafta r'tatcrcoms 'are fitted
with metal berth mahogany folding
lavatnrlea find with a wldo uphul
rtorfi'l trstisnm r'nt, which may also
b, urt'd for v Ufith -JV.
Tho Mutton llnr- eonitructcd tho new
i1' . .
liner principally to meet the hoavy pas
senger traffic domands which for sev
eral months liuo been testing tho ra
pacity of tho four uleiimrys the line Is
operating on tho run between Ban
Fiunclsco, t'ugct Sound porta nnd tho
Hnwallau Islands. Tho ptescnt steam
ers, which were built principally for
freight traffic, hao accommodations
i onlj ndpquntn onoush fur about thirty-
lx passengers each, while tho nccom
LMINA, WHICH AR
i'1r. h. i- tionaru Mr. i, it ureugo air. iiuorjoi. iiojr, t v
r,-Mr. and Mn. A. F Mori eon, Mr. and Mrs. n.'.A- Bree, 4-
I.. Towart Mlf P. .Toirarl Mlm Thelma Parker? lla .'.k.f
Hnitl oti.l Mm lVm Mat nn ffrli Tma If Alltnnu Ultri 4V 2
mIlv'l?-J ftlBBBEBM VJtSglPM-BBfcwS
--.- v -.,., .
Jessie uouie, mi rran u.
in, Mre. J, MelYlllcBroWn'MlM 4-.
Mruner Mr. A. unistwim mi t
Mrs. 0 K. Maybqll ,Mrs. C. K. 4 4-,
m.I If.. 1 ' l I1C. Him m A
J.' O. Kccd, Mr. and 4 4- 1
. ReM Mrs. J. A. 4 4-'f
, B. Clark Mrs. J U 4- '
nd Mrs. J
Ills. Mr. T
I.cvv Mr. E. C. Ilflnteke Mr. 4 - I
Mr. ll. W. Ololfclpy, Mrs. C, 4-
t't 7,jr 4- -r
modatlons on IhoW'ilhelmina aro cod,
structed to carry Hi In tho cabins and
10S In .the steerage,
Captain Peter Johnson, tho new mas
ter .of the handsome liner, has taken
pardonablo tprlde tn dliplaylng the
points' of the new ttcsuer.
Tho main dining saloon, with a seat
ing capacity for llO persons Is located
at the forward euci of tho bridge
dock; h'n'd 4xtnds the full, width, of
and ftirtiltlict with mahn.r.inv tabled.
',A large social ball ts located at the
forward end of the home on the
bridge deck. Tho cargo of tho vessel
will generally be more or less bulky
In nature, and heavy machinery Is
also carried at times. To suit such
conditions large hatches huvo been
fltted and largo cargo parts hate also
Kor cnrrlng refrigerated cargo a
cold storage space of 10.4S0 cubic feot
capacity Is provided on the main deck
amidships. The plant for circulating
brine In this space consists of two
elghi.ton ammonia compression ma-
chlms, supillcd by the Vulcan Iron,'
Works of San I-'rnncliro.
Starting froin, New port
with 17, COO barrels of
oil In the tanks. tho Wll-
ho'mlna arrived at San Francisco with
2500 barrols remaining. TJio best day's
inn nn tho trip was 354 miles, and tho
best speed seventeen and a half miles
nn hour, without difficulty. The en
gine Is said to be tho largest driving a
single screw that was over turned out.
-The steamer's engines and machlneiy
are aft, leaving more space forward
and amldhls for passenger acconi
modatlons. With Captain Johnson In
command, aro Chief Orarer Peterson
Chlof Engineer Joseph Darker. Puraor
Charles Drew and Chief Steward
Joseph Lohilmrdo also assigned to tho
Captain Johnson formerly wna in
command of tho hark Roderick Uhu,
Hllonlan and the ltorccrans and ho
has been a prominent figure on tho
llrldgo of several of (be other Matcon
esscls, Captain Johnson numbers
his friends as leg on both In tho islands
and along the ciMst.
Tho Wllhelmlnc was launched
wlthAut mishap. The builders notified
Captain M Ht son that she would be
launched at eloicn o'clock on a cer
tain day In September. At two min
utes to eleven ono of tho builders
htandlus pext tonvilhelmlna Tcnney ' ,all). ,,,, lnornlllK le foowlnK or
said '.Now! and as the bot lo of flccr8 ,, lIlreclors we dl cIccH
chamiMigno struck the bow, thrown to Herve for ' M
WUU-.1UUCU OB ' '
.' I1M KINfi M4V
VII ftllllUw I111UA
. 7'- I
Tho Unfed States Grand Jury
this morning voted an an Indlct-
ment of Klug Max Schlemmcr of
Lajsau Island, anil it la practically
n certainty that n truo bill will be.
returned ngnJnsC -Bchlemuier In tho
next repot L of tho Federal Inquisi
tors. The cnfce prononted ngalnst.
Srhlrmmer, nnd considered by tho
gluiil Jil.prs, is Bald to hive been
(oaiplcte mid ample jo warrant his
indictment on h cbdrgo of Uejatlni:
the United Stutei law under whlcli
the grand Jury jcMcrduy returned
Indictments against tho tv.enl
thne Jupancsc tnken by the liirtls
The evidence was considered by
tho grand Jury at length, and It Is
kicceptcd as u finality by tlios-e Inter
ested In the outcome of tho poaching
cases that a true bill will be relum
ed against Schtcmmer at an early
Hononiu and Wailuku
At tho annual meeting of tho
htnr.kiiti(lpr nt Wnlliilrn Qti'-nc'f'.itn-
I'. nobliii-oii. president; 13. p. Illsh
j up, vlcc-prefldent; o. II. nob.crtson.
irenBurcr; w. w. Mirth, secretnrjj
0. H. Cooke, dlrcLlor; T, It. Hobln
j Tho chnngea mndeiit this meet
ing ate na follows;. K. P. lllshop
will ortlclate ns lco-presldont In
plore of I. C. Jones, retired; W. V.
North will act as w-cretnry In plare(.
oi r,. i, iiibuop, ami u.'ll. toohe in.
place of C. M. Cooke, deceased.
At tl;o annunl meeting of tho
etockholders of Honomu Sunni Com
pany this morning, the following of-
fliers nnd directors were elected to
,. ,,. ...'. ,, .,
.. ,u. i u a, ,K , v-.,r; ... i .
"""l'l JIl IB1I1V111 , If. 11. lllllllllj , I
Yice-preoicieni; ii. u. uoneriFoii,
trcasuier: W. W. North, secrolar) ;
T. it. Ilnblnson, nudltor; V. 11.
iiriisn and II, A, QooKe. directors.
I All of the nbovo-iuuued constitute
the board of directors.
l inn changes inado nt tbla mccllnrj
SAN FRANCISCO. Tib. 10. Ba-
dolnh Snr!(ktls and his brother Au-,
Tt;piras KMns HpictKris n"i: apptt-
uaiiv.t v fcitu ,. tviwi iv uu u-.,
i-itcv-Teo ooja'iiiJirrcri unucr mo
. . . 1.1...... . "1 .! .
iT'- of th:ir late father, Claus)
SAK FHANCISCO, Feb. 10. Sate
r: 86 dejrres test, 4,17c. Previous
..iAit.. a m. '" .
UUi lAbtVll. V.11U. T
I Icets: .88 analvsii. 139. 3d.: car
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'Sce;ial Bulletin Cable.)
PHILADELPHIA. Feb. 1G. The a
Eepublicnns earned tbn citv cleo-
ticr.s ttday, completely roating the
Public Land Bill
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. 1Q. M
The Senate sjh-commiltce nn nuhlin .
lands becai its hearings tcday on "l
inc administration bills dalinp; vitn4
111C IUU1IC 1U11U9. 'ii.i
. -; r- ,-
By Miss Elk ins
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Feb. 10.
Mils Agnes Elkins, niece of United
States Senator Elkins, attempted to
commit suicide by shocting while in
tnis cut today.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Feb. lG.j
ine itotiRc t;orommcc on Military.",
Affairs renorted favornblv toda on i
inc bin to maKc ucncrai bicceis a .
LILIUOKAUANI BACK EAST.
..Iloston Monitor Jan. 31, Kx-Quecill
I.tlluokalpul of Ilauall, othcrulso MraTI
I.) dlt uomlnls. arrUeil In Ilottan Sun?
day afternoon, uccompanled by J, D.1
Almoku. her prhnte ccrctary. andl
Mlsi Hobo Otis and Mra. A. Q. Aldrlch
or itcno u'ii
ANNATTA In Honolulu Keb. l,
4I!,,' '" Mr- '" . J. W. nniiat.
tn, a son. ,
J j: M ,. :J n t: j. n
aro ns touows: t;, r, nishop wnn
Jelcoted tu act us president in plnco
of l. C. Jones, lettred; V. V. Nor
ini. eloctcd to olllclntu hh ocretur;
In place ut 1.'. I lllshop; It,
Cooko to bo n dim tor In place
C, M. Cooke, deceased.