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Oceanic Tlilnl Degree.
llnwnllnn l'lrit Degree.
.HI visiting members of ttis
Siruor are coruiaiiy intimi w
hid. ii meetlngi nf local lodges
Meet on the
2nd nnd 4th
nt K. T. Hall
7:30 T. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' ?2!!?e7.
KliEFICIAL-A?S"!IATIOIt elation, cor-"
HARMONY L0DOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mooti ovcry Monday evening nt
7:30 tn I. O, O. r. Hall, Foil Street.
E. II. HENDRY. Secretary.
H. E. McCOY, Noblo Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
1 1 0AHU L0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets ovofy first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of . Hall,
corner I on nnd Ilerotanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend,
WM, JONES, C. C
O. F. HEINE. K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets ovcry first and third Thurs
darn of each month nt KnttrhtM nf
Tythlas Hall. Vifeltlnc lff?th,OK.coJ'-
aiauy invited to atto,nd. xa r
A. Ii. BAKIN'.'-BaoTiem, it
E. VnTODD, .Cot It.
HONOLULU AERtE:,',i'40, !F.0, ,E,
Meets on the 2nd' ami'"?!") WED-
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7;30 o'clock In K, of P. Hall, corner
V Derctauln andFort atrcejju
W. R. RILEY. Yv r.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616. B. T. 0. E.
-Honortuu- Lodge XO.-616-, n. r..o.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, nour Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers tiro cordially
Invited to attend.
JA8. D. DOUGHERTY, B. R.
GEO. T. KLUEGEU Sec.
WM. McKINLEY L0D0E7 NO. 8;
K. of P.
Meets eve.ry 2nd and 4th Saturday
ovenlng at. 7:30 o'cloclc In K. of P.
Hill, cor. Fort and Ueretanla. Visit--'.lnglbrothers
cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR, O. C. ;
E. A. JACOriSON, K. It. S.
' , SAN f RANtUCO.
" A CREOSOTE STAIN TJIAT IS
ii PERMANENT IN COLOR AND A
, i-lho-Wrtjtin -whtn-an-nttractivc
'finish in soft, mellow tone is de
sired. Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.,
All SOUTH KIND STREET
ML E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEn
. . Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN J A HE, OPPOSITE
Phone 170 Hleht Call 10U
ASSESSMENT HO, I?
Honolulu Ilrancli nf tlm Jfcrrlion
. a btiu railed wml I. DI'll JUfiK
ii'md iWMNXVUr wkJUIiV i.
I hereby nnnourr o myself n n ran.
dldate for reeIertlon to tlio olllco of
CITY AND COUNTY TREASURER.
subject lo Hip n tlnti nf tho Demo
cratic Count t fVmvciillon
RICHARD H. TRENT.
I'lrit Prttlnrl, I'mirlh RMrlro, lip.
A meeting nf tho 1st' Precinct, 4tli
District, llepubllciin ('mil, will Iiq licld
nt Alllnlnnl College, Kulmukl, Friday
evening. Aim. 20, 1910, ul,7:30 o'olnck,
for llio purport's in nominating dele
gates for tlir Territorial nnd Counlv
nml District Conventions,
j: a doittiIitt,
I'. II. KJL1IEY.
i:ipuiitli Pp-.tncl, Flflh DMrlcf, Re
A meeting nf tho tltli Prrrlnct, Rth
District. Itcpiihllrun Cluli, will lm hold
nt tho Paaluhl llulldlng, on King St.,
I a little Ewn nf AnM Lino, l'nliimii, on
Friday ccnltiK. August 26, 1910. At
7 30 o'clock, lor tlip puipoin of nam
IniiHiiK tlPlFKntpx lor lli Territorial
and County ntnl nis'rlef Conventions.
H C DWIGIIT,
Nccmiil I'rciliirl. fourth llNlrlrt, lie.
A nipcllni; of tho Hoimlillciui Club,
Second Precinct, Fourth District, will
be held nt the Public Hath, Wnlklkl,
on Friday ovenlng, Aimust 2C. 1910, nt
7:30 o'clock, for the imrpo'o of nom
linitliiK dclc,iitei to tho Territorial
and County and District Contentions;
to bo oted for at a Prlmr.-y to bo hold
on Saturdiy afternoon, September 3,
1910, beluom the Jiour of 2 and 7
o'clock nt tho iiolllnR place, corner
KiiiK and P.iualinu si iron
All mcnibeis and tl.oto deslrlni; to
become tm-mlipr lire iciit"st',d In be
II) order (if-JJio-J'rtjgt.iil.
40C-2t -tA-,), S-Vfrctarj''',
s otici:. ',
.. ' ,. '" '.''
i'lftli Vrrrlmj, Vnift-tU IlMrlct. lie-
A meeting tof the, r,th.. Precinct'. 4th
DlBtiloti.Repililldani'Clllb 1lac hold
nt Ballry's' llalli JVlnpitl ihtrcet, on
Frldayi'ovenlng, August 2C, 1910, nt
:30 o clock for tho purpose of nom
inating delegates for tho Territorial
and County and District Conventions.
, C IH'STACi:. JR.,
Ulitlilli rrrrlntt. Fourth I)llrlcl, Hi
A meeting of tho 8th Precinct, 4th
District. Republican Club will be held
at San Antonio ball nn Friday even
ing, August 20, mo, ut 7:3d o'clock
'or tho purpoFo of nomlnntlrg dele
gates for tho Territorial nnd County
and District Conventions
JOHANNES F. ECKAI1DT.
4700-21 2nd Vlco Pre.idcnt.
Tfiitli I'rcclncl, Fourth llhlrlcl, Hc
A meeting of the 10th Precinct, 4th
District, Republle;in Club, will bq held
at Concordia 'Ililll, Punchbowl street,
on Friday evening, August 2Cth(. 1910,
at 7:30 o'cloek for tho purpose-of
nominating (lelpgates for tho Terrm
torlal und County and District Con
ventions. JOHN II. WISE.
I'ourtli I'rerlurl. I'nurlli Dlilrlrt, He
A meeting of tho Republican Pre
cinct Club of tho Fourth Precinct of
tho Fourth District will bo held FRI
DAY ctenlng, AUGUST 20, at 7:Q0
o'clock, on tho premises of J. 1L pop
er, corner of Lunnlllo and Kccamno
ku streets Meeting called for tho
purpose of nominating candidates Tor
delegates lo tho Territorial, District
and County Conventions.
JNO. II SOPEIt,
Setcnlli Precinct, Fourth Illilrlcl, lip.
A mepllng ot tho 7th Precinct, lib
District, Republican Club will be held
nt Hip roslilenco ol Thomas Kaknlla on
Friday mrnlng, August, 20, 1910, at
7 30 o'clock for the puipokn of rnmln
atliig Delegates for tho Territorial
nml County nnd District Cotnentlons.
FHIJII K. COCKK'IT.
Siieretnry, 7lh Pioclncl, 4lh District.
IN FOREIGN PORT!
Thursday, Aug, S3,
IIIKl Anlvt I Aug 22 Ki'br 0iO
ii fn in iliiivi lliirbur
tiliATTI.I-: Hiilleil Auk 21 H H 1 1 V
inpw fur Honolulu
IIAVKITA Alllvtii! Auk 21 H H,
llni)i inns, fmiu Kuiiiiiipiill. Auk Is
HII.U tiolleil Auk II HH llllunlim,
nr riaii I'iumi'I'ii,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, 14 per hour, I.owls Stables.
Oct high-ball soda from UltheaJ
nnd Woodward, phono 657.
Tho Honolulu Times for September
was lesuoil today.
It. goes wUnout saying that every
thing Is test nt Tho Encore.
Ml Roro Trosk of Kllnuea, Kauai,
was an arrival yesterday morning
Final nccnunts of A .1. Campbell n
temporary administrator or tho cslato
nf Robert Rycroft hnvo been filed.
For distilled wnlcr, lllro's Root
Rccr nnd all other popular drinks.
Ring tip phone 71. Consolidated Soda
Up till noon time today, 681 nnlo
mobiles had been registered at tlm
pollco court and the motorcyrlo list
stood at 70.
Thorn worn only tocn cases on
Hip police rourt calendar this morn
ing nml It was tho llitrchricld caso
that look up nil the trine.
I,ep CIipw Ims brought suit against
King Mnrkn. Company In n hill to
havo certain shares or slock cancelled
and others Issued In their plnccs.
"Maul No Kn Ol" was the cry yes
trrday nl tho pnlo gnme. nnd It will
be tlir same on Salunlny next when
tho Oahii loini meet tho Valley 1st
nndrrM. Clerk Tliompxoii of tho Supremo
Court Is on wu-ntlnn until September
ft nnd In tho meantime' Cprk John
Marcalllnn of the Circuit Court Is act
ing In Ills plnco.
Polk ii Olllccr Wills found u sick
Porto Rlcun woman this afternoor
and at nnco had her enmnyed tn the
(Jnoen's hospllnl where sho was nd
mllted for treatment.
Tho caso against Yamnda, who was
rliargoil with assault nnd battery, was
strlckrn from tho calendar this morn
Ing at tho pollco rourt, as tho wit
nesses for the prosecution did not turn
Tlirco tippling toasters were In
court this morning, and they were
ncrusoil of Inning looked upon tho
wlno whllo It was rod. It cost the
trio l ench to square matters with
Honolulu Gas Company lias flulshcd
Moving to tho corner of llerqtnnhi nnd
Alskcu streets and Is now Installed In
the new olllcos. Several gas lamps in
front of tho new quartcrs'tmako the
street there us light as day.
Th: Saturday Spec! Us aUS.tchs will
bo unusually uttrictive this week
There is 32 In. Victoria Madras usual'
ly selling at 2Dc, rpeclal , l'Sc, and a
gieat many other bargains.)! Ilcmcm
ber tho sloiu closes nt oriaVo'clock.
Katig Clio who was indicted yester
day for rescue In connection with tho
(scnpoofDuckSoonon Mnyfc17 plead
ed not guilty to tho oliargd .this aftcr
nopn nnd ball was fixed In the sum of
1500. Attorney Ltghtfoot appeared for
the accused and started to tho court
that tho boy hud been his yard boy
for several months.
M. K. Goto has filed spll iigalust
Mabel C. Gregory for tho recovery of
$362 90 alleged to bo duo on a con
tract for building at Maklkl Heights.
The contract price for tho work to be
done was $r40 but extras brought tho
cntlro amount to $612.20, of which
Fisher Is mimed as garnishee In tho
$362.90 Is still said to bo due. J. II.
p-occcdings us the defendant, Is -i
teacher In Central Grammar school.
Her Majesty (Jucon LllluokalanL
who will Ii? 73 j cars old next Friday.
September 3, wll colebruto her birth
day anniversary Httlngly nt Washing
toi place, Jier resldepcc, on Ueretanla
street. Tho reception v 1 1 1 bo held In
thq morning nt 10 o'clock. Col. C P.
laukea, jlll hao charge of tho ar
rangements for reception.
Rang M, Clio was Indicted by tho
tiraiyl Jury yesterday afternoon
charged with tho crimo of mono, lie
having, aided Duck Soon when tho lat
ter escnpudtJroni Jail. Tho penalty
for tho ofrci)Sq Hinges from one ypar
and $100 lino to three years and $500
lino according lo (ho length of tlmo
which tho one rescucii Is In gnol for.
An atmospheric condlt on novcr be
fore pepn hero obtained-In Pnlulo
Valley tills morning. The upper rim
of tho mountains which form tho val
ley was clear cut ngulust tho sky,
whllo the valley llsoir, for a distance,
of two hundred feet up fiom the
ground, was a solid mans of wli.'to
cloud, k tli:k tho oyo could not
penetrate It IIHy fcot.
A timing inlxtip of two nutos oc
curred on King street this forenoon.
A machine, driven by young Nott, be
ing cut out frdhrpassiitg Ti'-drnyoif
tho iiroper Bjdu going In llm same ill
lection, swered In tho right. A ma
clilut, bi'lotigliie to Mr. rlpaldlug. driv
en by a chaiirteur. coming fimp tho
nppnylto direction but (airly close to
the pilildle of Hit street, ncrasloned a
slight head on colllslmi which result
ed In very Utile ilnmago tn either
machine ua both anion wero under
conliol One fender nnd ouo spring
slightly bent Mimed up the total ro
pnl re lii't'dKl
tti:i I, KNOWN
Mis John Thomas Wiilurlimiso nn.
iiniinptM iiu umsKi'iinni or her iiniwh
Iki' HImiiiiiii to Mr filing.' lenlieiH ut
I -J'W '"'H1 MAUi .aiti'vfil kiniuii
Ili1iljhviil IN I'liiiPli,
Our Now Phone Number .Will He
City Transfer Co.
frfAMtM,4 tmm Van i
and Ihreo sorvnnti quaitcrs, one story
Tho barrack bnlldltct Is to bo of
four stories . The crou.id floor being
occunled bv the l.iunrtn. lavatories.
etc. The f rat. or main doer, will bo
drvnjcil lo spncloiis oOlccs rnr tlio
commanding olllccr nnd staff depart
ments. Kimrd room. .vl room, etc.,
nnd n laigo. nlry dining room wjlh nc
romtiiodntlons for about four hundred
men. Tho tlilnl nnd fourth floors will
bo occupied lij the enlisted prrsonncl
Everything entering Into the con
struction or all or the buildings Is to
bo or "tho most modem flrcproor con
struction: - . . ..
Two sets tit bids were subtttcd by
the l-ord Young Compiny. Tho fact
that thclr'.bld was the lowest received
plainly Indlcntis that tho firm will
recclvo tho award which Is expected
will bo forthcoming In n short tlmo
nnd then will follow tho necessary
steps being taken toward tho con
struction of th buildings that will
llouso tlio Mnr!nn corps.
As the result of a rather rough tlmo
following u' liiau, John Cannon, well
known to many people In Honolulu
was arrested nnd charged with as
sault nnd batten- As a matter ol
fact It appears that .lohunlo wns the
victim. Instead of tho uggrcsmr In
Tho trouble stalled ai a liiau and,
nllhough quelled at tho time, 'l( was
fired niujw ,nhrn tho guests wern idA
parting frpm ho scene or lhe fonsti
It was (hen that- n bunch of toughs
assaulted snd nearly killed a friend
of Cannon's. Tho latter ciinin to the
rescue of hip friend nnd, In turn, wns
Jumped bv Mm toughs. Then In des
paration Cannon, who Is a slim oung
follow of medium height, picked up
a stone and threw It at nno or his
tnrmepjor., Thp ccsuU.juvs .UinUWIU
lie Soiizh. T.-ho Is alleged (o havo been'
In the thick or tho billle. foil to the
ground with n wound In his head.
A warrant was sworn to ngalnst
Cannon and, ns tho pollco nt tho tlmo
only had heard ono sldo or tho caso.
Cannon was nrrcntcd. Sheriff Jarrctt.
houcor. soon released tho lad, and
tho matter will bo attended to nt tho
police couit tomorrow morning. At
torney L. M Strauss has taken up tho
dcfi ni-e of Cannon, nnd there may b0
homo developments that will astonish
thrt proscciillon before tho caSo ends.
GRAND FAIR AT
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE
There -.I'll bq n Kua day for (hi.
members ot the Knllhl-waenu and Mo
iinnlua churches on Saturday after
noon Aug. 27, at 2 p. m. They will
huvo tlielr unnuiil fair In the beiiutl
lul gruiinds or St. Inils College. No
elTort has been spared to make the ut
falr a great success. For sovoral
months last tho ladles of the par
ishes havo been working and prepar
ing Hawaiian curios and fancy work.
Some other thlnga to bo on sulo will
bo beautiful Hawaiian kupas, royal
ktihllls, Hawaiian fans, nupkln rings,
lels from pheasant feathers, ruro pot
The coiileutH of the grab-box will bo
the delight or everyone who tries hlt
luck at grabbing.
Delicious Ice er.cum, lemonade, cake,
Poitugiieso sweet bicad will be
ni-, -ulwtioiuo IiuuJiittt dellcncletr
as kukiil, liiau, liuuplH, papain pud
ding etc. t
The lair will take plnco from 2 to !
p. in. and Ihu band will liirnisli iippru
prlate music Nn admission will bo
charged. Everybody Is cordially In
vited FORT SHAFTER NEWS
FIELD AND BARRACKS.
Hen clary nf War Dlltlusoii whllo
In Honolulu on his lliviistlgatlou trl
lirniiud tlm unrld Msllod Hils -)t
tie ui'in'u nun ii niiniier was ns
il'un u ihmi a h ho liiid ynt vUllod
Huinl this must bu li'iin Tlm gem-
em nr emu in iniii n nn, mnionr-
unci' nf tho piMi fiir ini'ii iiio kepi
' 'iMHillilHll) "imlliilim Ii " Per.
h.w "pttlnl iHtsl" winiM h,. h Mood
mini' fy' I'm i Mlmiiui
(Jns. II. Love)
15 NO BLUFF
HAN FRANCISCO. Auj 13. The
llrst gun In (ho contemplate, I sugar
wnr between members of the Spree
kcls ramlly wns fired yesterday with
Ihn arrival of tho w-llknown Ameri
can ship l.yrn rroni Y'onkers, N. Y..
bringing lo tho Federal $ugar Refin
ing compiny sugar amounting to 10,-
000.000 ikiiiiuIs. The nrrlvnl of the
csscl rrom her trip around the Horn
signifies tho beginning or tho contem-
plntcd war1 between the Western
Sugar Refinery, controlled by Adolph
Sprccke s und John D, Spreckels, and
the Federal Rclltilng Company, con
trolled by CInus A Spreckels and Ru
Tho latter corporation Is onp of the
largest sugar refining companies In
the world, nnd If present plans do not
miscarry wll tight .the Western Sugar
Refinery to n finish.
When .the news first leaked out that
Clans Spreckels Intended to preclpl
tnto a sugar war by shipping tho
Iniro cargo to tho Pacific Coast by
way of tho Straits of Magellan on tho
steamer Lyra, It was said by the trpst
that Spreckels Intended only to bluff
his brother, John D. Spreckels, nnd
that the shipment wns not made with
any Idea of commercial profit. How
ever, according lo statements niado
by Claus Spreckels upon his arrival
from the East, ho told tho press that
ho Intended to fight the truit to a fin
ish nnd that, with th.- arrival of the
steamer from Now York, others would
start Immediately with large cargoes.
Effect on Local Market.
Jut-t w)ial effect upon the local mar
ket tho arrival of tho Lyra will have
remains tn b? fecn. When tho Lyrn
left on her Journey to tho Pacifle
Coast the price of sugar was $5.15,
while It was quoted at $5.65 In tho lo
cal market.. ' j -
The Jibhi'hl clalpt that tlio .urrlvijl
of-lhe Ueahier nnlytdumfw oh tho mar-
ktt DJO'i. tons ot Biirplus sugar und
.that lliey aro (helical "foil guys" for
'ho HplJciels4 btttor warfore. The
piiblieollon or tho shipment last May
had tho tendency to scare the retailers
from buying inoro than hand-to hand
quantities, and, ns a result, disturbed
the local' inirrket thrco monlhsi before
tho sugar really urrlvcd In San Fran
Cisco. ( . '
Now, bow over, the tiugar Is Here.
The Lrall0H 6fT Mclggs" wharf; and In
tho courso of today or tomorrow will
discharge her Immense cargo. Thoso
who bcllced that tho shipment wns- a
bluff are beginning to rcallzo now that
n great sugar war has commenced.
Everything, It Is said, depends upon
the profll Claus D. Spreckels derives
from this shipment. R It proves satis
factory. It Is said, ho will start ships
from tho Yonkors' refinery, and regu
lar sailings will be niado with cargoes
of sugar to this port.
THE AMERICAN schooner Fred K.
Wood that Arrived nt tho port on Aug.
0th from Grays Harbor with a ship
ment ot lumber consigned to the City
Mill Company has completed discharg
ing und wns shifted to tho quaran
tine, wharf, this morning for fumiga
tion. Tlio' vessel Is '.expected will sail
for Paget Sound within a fow days,
ACCORDING to a report brought to
Honolulu by tho steamer Holcno tho
Inler-lBliuid steamer Wallelo was dis
charging frrlght ut Muhukona and tho
Llkellko discharging ut Pepeckco at
Ibc tlmo nt depnrturo ot tho Hclcno.
Flno weather was met with along tho
CASTLE AND COOKE tho local
agents for tho Mutant! Navigation lin
er lllloiilnu havrf been advised that
the vessel sailed from Hllo with des
tination an San Francisco nt seven
o'clock last livening. Tho vessel car
ried a shipment or sugar and other
pioducts rrom tho Islands
ELEVEN THOUSAND nlno hun
dred mid fifty sacks of sugar has ar
il ved ut- tio port from Hawaii ports
by the luler-lsliind steamer Hctvue.
Tho vessel also brought 20 packages
pundiies nml 75 head cuttle.
MATEIIIAL consigned to tho Houo
lii'u Rapid Transit Company has nr
llm I at the port by llm Amoileaii
schooner Ethel Zaun. Tills vessel
comes filing Caspar nnd Is now moored
at tho old Kiniiu wlinrf."
T1E CONSTRUCTION of u stern
Portland, The boat Is to havo 2000
liorifo.pnwer unit lis tobt will, bn
wheel lpw boat ISO reel long and 36
feel lieaiii s planned by the Port of
PILES CUHCI) IN 0 TO M DAYS,
I'AZO OINTMI'.NT h miownteeil
lu ruru any raw of Jtchlnn, llljml,
IIU'oilliill or I'mtmillni' 1'lu In fi lo
i lil'iyrmoiivy ri-fimilcil Miil v
V 8. u(A "
ADDITIONAL 8HIPPINQ ON PAGE EIQHT. ' '"
ARRIVED , ,'jl t DEPABTED' -. I
WcdnoJitay Aug1.- 21
Caspar, Ethel Zane, schr., 3 p. tn,
, Thursday, Ag- ?'
Ilnwnll ports Helcne, stinr., n. m.
ONE I1Y ONE Rrltlsh ownors of sail-J
Ing ships liro parting with thr-lr ves-
. .. ! . ...
scis. mey say incy cnnnoi uibru i.iunna, ii. , .,..-....-., ,
them pay, what with high rntos of In- Tawne, II Kwock. Bee Wo. .
surnncc, tho Workmen's Compcnsn-I Per stmr. Mnuna Loa, lor Kona
Hon Act, nnd other caufes tending to nnd Kau ports, Aug. 20. A. Poluna,
Increnscd expense. In the clrcum- J. 8. Cockctt, Sirs. Cockett, in P.
stances tho question of tho sail train- Judd, S. 8. Tootncy, Mrs., Toonipy,
Ing of omcers of the mercantile ma- Miss Case, Miss L. Mclneckc, J, 'J.
rlnc, so much commended ns develop- Fern, Mrs. Fern.
Ing cournge and Initiative, has be-1 per stmr. Manna 1-on, for Kona and
como n serious problem, Tho Whl.c Ka,, ports, Aug. 26. A. Pohlha, M.
Star Line Ims solved It for ItscR by . Molakaua, J. 8. Cockctt, Mrs. Cockctt.
tho purchasovor the sailing ship Mcr- Jor Aoa jtrg Aca , p, juid, 8. K.
scy, which has JiibI arrived In on- Toomcy( Mrg Toomey. Miss O. Miller,
don Dock from Bydncy. With lxtvlMs Case. A. h. Orocnwcll, Miss L.
cadets In Iralnlng as future ; afflceni Mentckc, Mr. and Mrs. C..R. Hemen.
under he While Star (lag tho Mcr-1 j j y Rov
scy left Liverpool on July 16 of last , ' -,,. ,.' A n ai.
year, under tho command of Captain J; Co"' Mrs' Cowan., A, C. Alex.
Conor. She sailed from Sydney .on n'"Ier- ' M- " Jamea
January 16 last for homo, but thei'10,"0,
winds wore unfavorable for a quick . Pcr R,mr' Klnau for Ka,1,a' P,rtg
passage. T.hat. however. Is a mattor u5. 30.-Mrs. Ho, Mrs. Haxelton, .tpu.
nt no moment. The unlnt Is thai lmr.
cadets got n practical Introduction
to sen llfo, and nt tho same time pur
sued their education under competent
Instructors. Onp pf tho, attractions
ot thp schemo Is, of course, that it Is
part ot a definite, program, leading
up .to .nctuaf employment ,n, an. ex
ecutive capacity, und tho clmncp of
ultimate promotion to the, ,commnnd
or famous liners. In ncqulrlng the
Mersey tho Whlto Star .Line un
doubtedly set a fashion among Ilrlt
Uh steamship lines which may well
havo to bo Imitated.
IN THE North Pacific the crew ol
tho Ilrltlsh bark Antelope thought
they saw tho wreck of a vessel, nnd
Captain Mathlcsnn sent n boat's crew
off to lnvetgato, The Antllope wns
then In latltud'c 4(1 degrees north, lon
gitude 170 degrees yfCX, about, 600
miles sonth ot Unalnska) What had
looked like tho upturned bottom of n
wreck wns, however, the dead, body
of an Immense whato about 100 feet
long. Upon und all around It were
tbdusands or sen birds, nnd Uio war
tors about wero swarming -with hugo
sharks, Tho whalo's carcass appear
ed to bo food for every living thing
In sen and air, but there was nothing
about it that appealed to the AMI
lope's men, and they returned to tlieli
bark. Tho Antllope got in yesterday
morning, 73 days rrom Newcastle,
Australia, with a cargo or 2093 tons
of coal for Hind, Rolph & Co. Tho
passage was in good weather, ex
cept for tho first day but of New
castle, when In a gale tho forp ynrd
was carried away.-r-S. F. 'Call.
. .. . . .
THE FOUR-MASTED schooner
Forest Homo is lying In tho stream
nt San Francisco unable to go to sea
for luck or a crew. Her master has
been unable to pick up .enough men
to man tho schooner. Along tho wa
ter front, It Is said that Bailors aro
unusually scarce now und will, bo un
til tho cannery employes return from
Alaska. The Forest Homo had n diffi
cult tlmo ranking port on her latest
voynge to San Francisco with a enrgo
of coal. Her sails wero blown away
und sho was In distress for a good
part of her voyage,
. SEATTLE immigration officers
havo Augmented tho deportation col
ony at tho Smith Cove detention
hotiso by twenty-live, that number of
Chinese having been found In hiding
in a twenty-foot square room under
tho cargo of tho Ilrltlsh steamship
Kumcrl'c. Cooped up In their Iltllo
don slnco the vessel left China In
July, tho celestials had stolidly en
dured discomfort, lack of proper food
and a poisonous air .In tho hope thut
they would bo ublo to slip aslioro
when tho craft leachrd Portland.
THE PORT OF PORTLAND, Is look-
Ing for a master for the pilot of tho
schooner Joseph Pulitzer, Captain O.
8, Dexter having resigned becauso the
commission refusod to advance hi
salary from $100 a month. Tho Pu
litzer will not proceed to her stntlon
oh tho mouth or tho liver until u new
captain Is signed. Tho Slnto I'Mot
Commission has recommended tho
sale ol tho pilot schooner San Jose,
which Is out of dato und no longer
sultnblo- for tho servitor
THE OLD German battleships
WeUbcnburg und Kurlurst, Fried
orlch Wllholni, y.cro dellvoied
to tho Turkish navy recently and sail
ed for Constantinople Thoy aro un
der (umiunml of Rcur-Admlrul Kooh
und havo twenty-six Tuiklsh ottlcors
ACCORDING TO l. resent enlenlu.
lions nf her ugcutH tho Malawi Nuvl.
gaiiou inuriiircti Mounter Novadan will
sail from Hllo fur Han Francisco ill.
reel lonmriou. Tho vnsscl him uatli
errd up n goodly shipment (if mig.tr
unit pluuapplo,) ut varloim Island purls
Till; AIIIIIVAI, of Hi.. Ain,i,
Innk sli'iiiiicr llnseniuiH nl frtllit h
ipoii..,i ypsinnirt,.. .,.,iu (4)M) ,,
PIWI sliliuiieiil nf fi nil m (,,.
' : WtdoesdoTi Aug- 21.
J'r'fjel Sound ports Jean UapiUte,
Fr. life, p, m.
KUrCKIV .' VinHICIUBII, K v. III.
Per stmr. W. O, Halt for Kauai
por. Apg. 25. J., M. I.ldgatc, Mrs.
t i.i ,. ti. n l. llAiiilnv H M
ua"' lr,t w.", i. Dniunt,
Per stmr. Mauna Kcs'forItllo amf
way jmrts, Aug. 30. Mrs. Husscy,
SIlss R, Ilnscer, MaryCabrlnha, Lucy
Kopd, Antono Fraga. Paul N. Tallett,
Mrs, C, A. MacDonold,' Mrs. Cameron,
Mrs. J. D. Kokl, Mm. Madden, Miss
Wight, S., Richardson,. Jack Downer,
Miss L. llnfVil, Miss Edna M. Harncs,
Mrs. J, 8. Low, Miss F. Asnnf.
For San Frnnclsco, pcr O. 8. 3.
Sierra, Aug, 31. W. J. Lynch, Mr.
and Mrs. von Hnmm, Mr. and "Mrs.
J. McLatchle, Mr. and Mrs. O. Clint
mers. Miss Ayers, Miss Kelllam, Mr.
and Mrs. F. L. Hill, Miss N. R. Win
ston. Mrs. W.. F. Lucas, Mrs. P. N.
Ward, Miss it. Ward, Miss Ilryati.
Miss M. F. Ellis. Miss O. Durr, L. C.
Attco. P. a Jones, E. O. Falkner,
Capt. Marlx',. Miss C. Schumgor. Dr.
nnd Mrs. Ingalls, R. S. Thruston. D.
H. flond, G. W. Coleman, tDr. and
Mrs. Whlto, Miss M. ShawJ Mrs. J.
8. nisbop, O. Kaawc, J. Kamakau,
A. J. Falrweatjier, Mr. and Mrs. L.
H. dry, O', Makenn, C. P. Halcukoa,
B. Kaa'l, Miss.', W; "Mutch, MhJ. C. A.
Uelloti, Mr.' arid Mrs. O. C. Scott.
M'lss A. Nfwlngtori. II. F. Hill. C. K.
Sackwltz, d:v 'Yardbrough C. If.
Pf r M; N. 8. S. Lurllne, for San
Francisco, Sept. 6. A. J. VVurtB, Mrs.
Wurta. Miss L. Wurts. Thos. Wurts.
Jorin FKBsoth, ti. 8. McAllister, 8. Be-v
Ingcr. H. R. Hitchcock. Jr.i R. F.
Thurston, B. 1L Bond, J. f. Dunn,
Miss Edna Henry.
WIRELESS reports received rrom
Incoming andV.aiitgoiiigjBtcamers last
night include the following:
8. S. Siberia, At Sea. Latitude,
30:68; longitude, 177.31; 1941 miles
S. 8. Siorra, At Sea. 521 miles
from I(onolulu. Clear weather, smooth
sea. Arrive oft port 6 a. m. Friday.-
8. 3. Hil'onlan. At Sea. Left Hllo
7 p. ra. Strong northeast wind; mod
erate sea; heavy ra.ln.
8. 8. Tenyo Maru, At 8ea. Lati
tude, 25.4; longitude, 16S.1S; 625 miles
OENERXtt FREIGHT agent C. P.
Morsor announces the expected arrival
of tho "Amcrlcaa-Hawllan freighter
Mlssourlan' froni Seattlo and Tacoma
on Saturday, Augv 27th. This vessel
Is bringing New York cargo that left
tho Atlantic coast port on Juno 30th
and July 6th. Tho Mlssourlan cnlted
at San Diego, San Francisco enroutc.
FOLLOWING THE arrival of tho
Amorlcan-favallan freighter, Mlssou
rlan will bo the. Columbian, which ac
cording tp tho present calculations ot
her agenta will sail from Seattle and
Tacoma for Honolulu on August 30th.
This vessel should arrive here with
cargo from Now York via Tehuanto
pco on or about September 7th.
THE DANISH BARK. Danmark was
shifted to Bishop wharf thlsmotnlng,
there to discharge a thlpmont ot pig
Iron brought horo from European
pptls, The. Danmark has left a largo
consignment of fertilizer at tho rail
llyudes ,1s ropprted to have Ballet
from pan Fjdncltco, yestorday with
destination ns Soattlo and Honplulu.
This, vciueUs., expected will bring n
large shipment of general merchan
dise from tho cu'iet
THE. DEPARTURE of tip Amcr
Icnn syhoouo.r I'nburj; I-eveni from
Port Ludlow with a shipment of turn
bof for llono(ulu Is reported. The
vessel und cargo uro tonlgned lo
Lowers & Cocke,
AIX'OIIDI.NO to udvlres rsclvri m
! thu local ai,?ncy. of Cantlo t Cooke,
' tho Million NhvIeiHIoii sicamp' i.nr
lllllu Is reiwuliwl i !,... . ,ir..i ,
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