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B7BNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FIUDAY, OCT. 7, 1910.
Oceanic First Degree.
Hnnnllnn Second Degree.
SATURDAYS & 'r
All Tliltlng members ot tns
Order are cordially invited to
sttend meeting! of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at V V Woll
A' r ? .in -p m
r limine cuciiiLCBct Members of
KKFICIJU. AWGIATIQH. &?:
HABMONY IODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 in L O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street,
. E. R. HENDRY, Secretary."
W H. E. McCOY. Noblo Grand.
'All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meots every, first and third Frl-
oay evening at 7:30 In IC. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM, JONES, C. C.
O. V. HEINE, K. R. B.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M,
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each, month nt Knights of
Pythias Hail. ViKltlng brothors cor
(If i I y Invited to attend.
A. h. EAK1N, Bachem.
E. V. TODD, O. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E,
Meets on the 2nd and" 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7;30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
uereinnin anu J-ori srrceis. "r
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at-
' '' w- " RILEY. V. P.
-ir iWJt. c McC0Y, Bee.
HONOLULU LODQE, 016. B. P. 0. E
Honolulu Lodgo No. 616, U. P, O,
ElkB, meets In their ball, on King
8trect. near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. VUItlng Brothers aro cordially
invited to attend,
JA8. 1). DOUailERTY, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
Ki WM. McKINLEY IODQE, NO. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Ball. cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
tng brothers cordially Invited to at
H. A. .TAYLOR, Cv.0.
E. A. 'JACODSON, K. R. 8.
1 Complete Office Fixtures
. for immediate delivery. Address P.
0, Box 207, Honolulu.
Folding Chairs & Tables
.J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
Chairs Now at the
VU'N ION DAUBER SHOP
"NEW BARBER A competent man
has Inst arrived from the Coast.
M. VIEBRA Proprietor
SUGAR I mm
Reports of Polfiriscopc Tests
at New York and San Fran
cisco Being Scrutinized.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 29. Spe
cial Treasury Commissioner II. U,
Waters tailed upon tho representa
tives of tho Western Sugar and of
(tho California nnd Hawaiian rsfi
nerlcs )cstcrdny to furnish him win
certain data from their books rli.iv
lug tho polarlscopc tests and tho du
tics paid In nccordatico therewith
upon cargoes Imported from Java
Sugar pajs u rate of duty varying
with lis quality ni shown by the
polarlscope U-st, tho higher grnd
pajing the heavier duty.
This action of the commissioner
would seem to Imply that tho Treas
ury Depaitmcnt la gathering cvl
denco ngnlmt tho sugar trust In New
Yoik on a different lino from thai of
cheating by false wciuhts, and thnt
tho department nuspo ts that tho
Government has been defrauded at
that iort b means of fnleo polarl
scope- returns, thus ndmltting sugar
ot a high grade at tho duty ol tho
Shipments of sugar from Javi of
tho samo crop to the ports of S3 I
Francisco -niiil Now York nro bliig
compared to ascertain whether any
discrepancies exist In the pollrlscope
Should such bo found, tho Fcdcrnl
omclals bold that It will bo evi
dence (lint the lower polarlscnpu re
ports wero obtained by briber;- a.nl
collusion to cnah'o Importers to es
cape tho payment of the proper du
ties. The valuations by tho custom
officers at this port for a long series
of years past arc being compared
with thoso of the Now York ctnJoin
bouso for tho samo period on ciooi
coming from Java at tho samo B"r.wn
and from tV samo plantation.
In the absence of dlre-t proof that
any customs officials at this port or
Now York havo been bribed to maka
false reports as to quality, any evi
dence of Inequality between tho re
ports of tho two cities will bo merely
circumstantial, but will bo expected
to corrobornto other evidence not yet
made public on this prasb of ntlr.'.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
tnierea tor Htcoru, uciorjer oin, uiu,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Lcabi Homo to Jcnnlo IJ Ashrird..Rcl
Jennlo E Ashford and lisli In I.oilil-
Homo -, M
William Meyer to Honnkna Sugar
Joseph Kamanu nnd wf ct nl to
Mrs. Mnhluu Kulknlil ct nl I)
Mrs Malla Ah Yet to l.au K00....I.
Territory or Hawaii Notlco
Nahlnu Nahalc to Charles IC Nahnlo.l)
Jar Jock Kni to Chong Tong T)
Entered for Record, October 7th, 1910
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Trqnt Trust Co Ltd to Clinton W
Kauhano Ilolnalon to J Henry Ma-
Mrs. Kakallna Knlaaukapu to Iwllcl
Rico Mill Co 1
At flvo this ufternoon tho steamer
Claudlno of tho Inter-Island fleet sails
for Hllo and ports on routo taking n
general cargo nnd passengers. Xo
eral passengers who camo In on tho
Sierra this morning will leao on tho
Claudlne this afternoon.
SBVTor Rent" cards on tale'
the Bulletin office.
NEW - fO-DAV
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate. At Chambers, No. 3810. In
the matter of tho Estato ot Hannah
Fisher, deceased. On reading nnd
filing tho Petition and Accounts of
Richard II. Trent, administrator of tho
Estato of Hannnh Fisher, deceased
lato of Honolulu, Oahu, wherein pe
tition i. arks to bo allowed $277. 35
nnd charged with $302.05, and asks
that tho same bo examined nnd ap
proved, and that n final order bo
made- of distribution of the remain
ing property to tho persons 'hereto
entitled and discharging petitioner
nd sureties from all furthor respon
sibility herein; It' Is ordered, that
Saturday, tho 12th day of November,
A. D. 1910, at 9:30 o" lock a. rri., bo
foro tho Judge presiding nt Cham
born of said Court at bis courtroom
In tho Judiciary building, in Hoco
lulu, County of Honolulu, bo am) the
camo hereby Is appointed tho time
and place for hearing said Petition
uud Accounts, and that". 'ill poisons
Intcrected may then nnd thcro iio
pear and show causa, If uny they
jiavc, why tho samo should pot bo
granted, and may present evidence us
to who aro entitled to the said prop
erty. Dated tho 5th day of Octo
ber, 1910. Ily the Court: M. T. SI
MONTON (Seal), Corkof tho Clr
cult Court of tho First Circuit. IJ.
M. Wntbon, attorney for administra
tor. 4713 Oct, 7, 14, 21, 28.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet -Bold by the Bulle
tin for a nickc) is twice as large
as the tablet usually sold for this
Autos, II per hour, l.owls Stables.
It goes without saying that every,
thing Is Rest, at The Encore.
Duty determines destiny. Regi".
ter. Last chance on Saturday,
Miss I.ouUu Irwin, linlnlrosbor and
manlcuro. Rocni 05. Young Illdg.
A new stunt every day nt tho An
chor Saloon, Nmmtftt uud, King.
'Six-chair aho no lonr; waiti.
Silent Barber Shop, Hotel street,
The Royal panclng Adulemy will
glvo tho regular danco In tho Odd
Fellows' Hall Itmlclit.
Talto the hunch of the man next to
)ou, nnd ask for Itnlnlcr Ucor. Next
time, ou'll have )our own hunch.
Pay catjn mil ask for green slumps.
They're Ireo Call at the show rooms
and sec what you get tree for
J. B. Schnack rotlirned this morn
ing by tho Sltrnt from the mainland,
where lit) has Leon during tho pnst
Tho l-'rco Klndcrg-irten nnd Chil
dren's Aid Socio y hcljl Us regular
nii'iilhly mo 'ting this fmcnocn In tho
Y. W, C. A. rooms.
Twenty p r cent discount Is being
made on trunks, suit cases nnd big-
at Yce Chan & Co.'s on nccounl of
rcrchlng largo shipment by tho Arl
zoniiu for whlcli they hao no storage
Pioneer's drop was tho fotturo of
tho stock market this morning, whllo
llnwnllin Commtrclnl strengthened.
The downward tendency wns notice
able In oie'ry stock but Hawaiian
Miss l.ldn Sllva.nnd Joe Anlrrw
weio married on Wednesday ocnlng
at tho Catholic Cathedral. Mr. An
drews has been In Ibo employ of the
Hawaiian Electric Company for n
good many yoars.
According to rcpor's of victims
sneak thieves nre playing their voca
tion In Iho residential districts of Ibo
city. Henry Smith reports tho loss
of n rnuplc of lenghts of gnrdrn hose
from his yard on Tort street.
LABOR IS AT
Promotion Committee Gets Re
ports of Scarcity of "
Labor conditions In Iho Tenltory
nro not so had 11s thov nro mtintcd by
the liefsimlBtH. ncronllnir 1,1 rminru
received by tho Hawaii Promotion! w'" vl8,t "le blcnno beroro leaving, clflc Mnll has reversed Its policy and
Committee, yesterday afternoon Skill- Wnltor V. Dllllnghnm nnd wife nnd .Jumped In lo get tho business,
ed cltl7cn labor Is at a premium nnd Frnnk Thompson returned on the SI- A. SI. Garland, freight traffic man
carpenters In particular aro hard t,rl, bo"' l,c,nB '" California on busl- nger of the Pacific Mnll, ban n-tilrcxscd
And. Contractor Ouderklrk am! Mor- nc8B "'l18' n clrc.dar letter to nil shippers bid-
man Wntklns me nutboritles for some Tho ,lr8t Ilnn,,ln cy both asked ding (his business. The letter says:
of the statements nnd from ovory "I'on nrrlvul was tho condition of tho "1-rom copy of our oxpicss schedule
MtwowtoatmuZlnM. 8"Bar mnrket' "ni1 w,wt WM 8"""08- N' l nlr,!mly ,el"lcro,! 5'0"' u wln ,10
Z.CII lUUUr HI 1110 irniieB. Kil nil Mill Inrm tiiiilnnn limuiu 'Sin I.V.,.,,.1 r, xt... Vl. t.,..
The Promotion Committee heard a
kudu repori iron oecrcinry oii on
Inn titntrroeti nf lilo ilniinrlmndr ttiwl
..... ,..- ... ,.v,.
uiK-iinccu uiiii ni.puri.iiii im.iivilfrom vacations or bus ness triis.
Informally, among them tho esluh
llBlimont of tho proposed cof.'eo ex
change, the Hawaiian exhibit nt .U
lantlc City? nnd promotion literature
nnd ilcturojt. W. 11. M Incrny stat
ed thut ho believes tho coffee cr
eliuiiRO proposition will work o-it nil
right soon, It Is Intended to :en-
trallzo the distribution of cuTea and!
lo glvo tho growers tho maximum of
profit. Another matter Ulite 1 over
was tho beef supply of th? army
forces 'icru. It was stated that the
army Is supplied from the mainland
Instead of getting Its beef In the Is
lands, and an effort will bo mndo
to chnngo this condition If It Is found
Secretary Wood'B report wns pub
RERLIN, Septojjiber 20.--Tho (lor
nan Goiornmcnt has decided dollnltc
ly to abandon tho Zeppelin ulrshlpx
and rnndno Ha whole nttcntlon lo ncio
planes. This Is tho result of experi
ments with both aeroplanes nnd dlrb
glblo balloons in Ibo recent army
maneuvers and In secrot trials nt
Metz, and nUo of trlnN1wllh aero
planes at brigado maneuvers of tho
gunrd regiments, which' foreigners
wero',,otnllowed to attend, und whero.
the Katserlu wan tho only civilian
iThe minoiincemcnt (hat Ocrinany
will now ullllre neroplnnos llko thu
Ficneli a contained In a semt-oITIclal
nolo to (ho Krupps,
Hall to Kauai.
Instead of sailing yoslordny ns usual
the steamer W. (1. Hull docs not gat
nwny un'll this ufternoon at flvo
o'clock for ports of Kauai. Tho Hall
wns belli to enable pnsscngors on tho
Sierra to make closo connections to
1 tot li iho Mnuna Kea anil Wllhsl
mlna nro ilno In port tomorrow, Tho
Inter-lslaud mill tho Marston boat nro
both duo fi iii'n tho big Island coming
In from Hllo, '
Our Now Phone Number Will lie
City Tinnsfcr Co.
ADDITIONAL 8HIPP1NQ ON PAGE EIGHT,
BRINGS LARGE CARGO AND MANY PROMINENT PASSEN
GERS LEWIS RETURNING' SAYS WILL HAVE FLY
ING MACHINE HERE IN FEW WEEKS.
Klvo days, setnlccn hours nnd fir-
teen minutes was the tlmo made- by
lines was too timo ninilo uy
nlc steamship Slerrn, Captnln
e, which arrived this morn-
1 San Ernnclsco bringing n
Ing from San Ernnclsco bringing n
cargo of 2.9S0 tons, elghty-sl passeli-
gcrs nnd IIS sacks of mall for this
lt was Just nbout daylight when
tho Slerrn hove lo outsldo tho Imrbor
this morning whero sho wns boarded
soon niter sixty-thirty by nunfntitlno
nnd customs officers. Pnitlqiio wns
granted In n few minutes nnd nt fcv-
en o'clock tho steamer was alongside
tho Oceanic wharf nnd made fast.
Tho (rln frnni H.n l.-mnrl.. M-n
unoventfiil, iiccnrdlng to Captain
Houdlctto nnd tho ollleers of tho ship.
The vessel was three hours lato In
getting nwny from the coast, sailing
nt two In tho afternoon Instead of
nt eleven In tho morning us schedul
ed, this delay being caused by non-
arrival of cargo at the dock,
Durlnc (he first twenty-lour hours
of tho trip n heavy westerly swell was 1'aclflc Mali Company has gone after
encountered bjif for the remalndor of ,n' ""'"e business,
tho trip both weather and fen unit- The Pacific .Mall Company has liken
ed In giving tho Slerrn n lino toy- another slop (o thwart thy Indcpcnd
ngo. ' cnt steamship line, established by
,lncludei nmotig tho passengers Union & Chcsebarougb. II has en
ciimlng In on tho Sierra lodav tbeio deaoicd to obtain tho Pacific haul on
were many prominent Honolulu pen- 'HI goods runted Horn New fork, 'tin
pto In addition to some from tho "I 'ho Independent lino wns Inaugu
ocast. J rated, the Pacific Mall sought to ills-
Dr. A. Randolph Douglas Is on his rotirngo thin business, hoping to do
wny to Ailstrnfta and Is remaining fleet It to the railroads.
In Honolulu until tho next steamer of I It 'was understood between Rates &
tho Cnnudlnn-Austrnllnn lino arrive-), ChescboroiiKh and Iho Panama railroad
which Is due nqxt week, nnd then ho company that tho former were toliavo
will continue his Journey. ,tho up haul on nil goods not other-
II. I Wnldo of Chicago Is making wlso mhtcd. This Insured the new
a trip to tho Isljmds or pleasure, nnd
, , cty v,ero rcprosentcj nmonR
t)l0 ,TO8BcngorB ()f tho SPrra , .. 1
.... . ,
turning meniners or cmpio)ccs nacK
A. II. Afong nhd family, Oeorgo Instruct your shippers in New York
II. Angus anil wife, C. Itacbnmn midland lutcilyr isilnls to routo all ship
wlfo, A. lllnm. B. H. Ilrown, Rob- ments speclPcnlly la tho Pannma
ort Cation, J. L. Coke. Misses Julia 'rallioad sleamshlp company and Pa-
11(1 Q'ltMltl fillilln Ht ii (n Mil 1mtr!
...... .,.,, v,,,ul, .....,...,1.1 .-L...U, f..Hn mini niuaniHiiip company, in or-
W. M. ClfTaj-d and Miss Annlo Kcarnsjder Hint thcio may be absolutely no
wero all returning passengers on tho . delay en route." v
K. II. Lewis is back from the coast
nnd will have n Hying machine hero
on the second trip ot tho Sierra from
Snn Kranclscn. It wns Impossible,
Mr. Lewis said, to get n machine- on
tho coast that was good for anything,
ros. On that
iiiu omy ones lor naio uoiug
which had proed failures.
account bo Is having one
no win nnvo in Honolulu in mo int-
ter part of November. Mr. Uh
staled this morn ng tint 10 offered
nvlator Hamilton flvo thousand di.l-'
lars to come to Honolulu with him'
after the lllglit In Sacramento, but tho
uilator could not como as ho had nil
engngement nt Chicago.
Dr. Miirquos, tho Fionch Consul,
loturned on the Slerrn, as did H. A.
It. Ross, John L. Scbnnck and (' U
Tho repoit In regard to tho big
day's run of tho Slorrn which wni
glvon out from II16 odlco of tho
n.nu llrnii n. J-. f- i.r.u n.l.ln..il..
C11180V,1V ,.,..;'... nf,'
wlrolcss received fro'ni tho ship In
somo manner. Tho (Igures gcn nut
for twenty-four hours woro thnt tho
ship had mado a run of 471 miles In
twenty-four hours, thus uverngln
19 knots for that time. As a mat-
tor of fact the best run the Sierra
ttlflfln UrilU 97 U inllnn .n Ills (.MnnnH t
liiado was. 3J8 miles , in e present' at 5 o'clock of tho evening that the
rip. 'Wo Just Jogged nlong In order slerrn nrrlves , Honolulu. The SI
o go hero at dnyllght," snld Captain erra ltrrlvcs l0ro lt - 0.c,ock ,
r . 1 ",ur'""K "' B"ra"'
of tho trip.'
Cisco ngnln on Wednesday a Mho samo
hour tho Wilhelmlna sails, nnd tbero
Is consldorablo rivalry between tho
oincers of iho two ships to see which
will take nu the greater number of
ATl.n at.-. 11 - un T.....
Local Notice to Mariners, .
SAN KltANCISCO HAY, CAk
Notice Is , hcieby given that San
(Jus. 11. Love)
Antonio Creek Huoy No. 1, 11 2d-clcss
spar, was permanently discontinued
iur, wus permanently inscontir
Sopttmber 29. 1910,
,8A7 1'ADLO HAY, CAI-
..N"'ce Is nlso given thnt Lc
..,N.0,l'ce '" "Iho K'ven tlml LoHcr
;'iu-i.innci uas nnu wnistling llnoy,
8;' w"8 cstnbllshcd September 29,
1910, In tho position of Lower Mld-
clinnl"'l Whlitllng Uuoy, which (.was
lncn ulscontlnued. Tho new buoy, Is
" cjllndrlcnl lank supporting a steel
Bkocton frame-work, carrying,' a
wl,lslle, and siirmouiited by n lantorn
"bo"t M feo1 abovo the wntcr. "!
F,10W8 " nllll "fi1 ''"ring periods of
,0 8pc"l3 Hepnrnted by erllprcs of 10
Uy order of the Uurcaii of I.lght
Out After Trace.
With tho Inauguration of an cxpicss
freight rcrvlrc bctw en San I'raiicNco
und New Yoik ln tho ihtbmus New
Orleans nnd Charleston by Hales nnd
ChoscboioiiRh of San l'ranclseo, Iho
.companj n largo trafilc.
Now tho Pa
,Anc011 ,,, , ,, , , f ,
bccai 8ervtc0 a wcl, nH for Ul0
iioso or oxpciiiting tho forwarding In
ovcrv manner tKullln nin vn,. bin.ii
I fililA ftf..ll .. l.l. 1
Trip to Volcano.
In a recent Issue tho Call litis tho
following to say of tho possibilities
nf tho Hawaii olcjno trip for tho
nnin with but two weeks" vacation:
Tho Oceanic Steamship Company,
1 1110 oceanic steamship Company,
,-hy arrangements Jlistj completed In
. Honolulu, has mnifoi it 'possible for
I ti,8 man wiui just W, weeks' vuca-
n i i,i...i. 1.. 1.1.. .....1.1
ocean trips and a nvc-day stay In tho
,rrrii-.. .. n. ... , ... , ,. .
"U 'fnlr ""7" w'"' Vf to
' J'1" " Volc1n.0 of Klla"
"iruwn " fl,r K00!1 mtumte. Tho
VUl I1."0 Ia ""0 of wom'8 "f "'
wuriu unci wns never in n grenter
state of activity than It Is now. Do-
foro Its tcnlblu grandeur orators
hnvo found themselves dumb and fa.
mous writers befoft of it vocabulary.
umiorto It lias been beyond tho
lench of tho man whoso clrcum
btilhces llmltod I1I7 playtlnio to n
tttmlf-ll nt Iwn Wflntlu Hlin ....nn.l nt
.... IIllnr slnprn ..,, , ' . r
tweo evory thico wooks, nnd 1111 nr-
rnneulont with 0110 of tho lnter-
island transportation companies, have
cheliged all that,
vw tho cnnvenlonco of thoso whoso
outing Is llmltod to two weeks, a
steamer will leave Honolulu for-Hllo
I . . .
Hllo Is reached tho next morning.
nnd that afternoon tho truveler Is ut
(V0! ""' l,,e!llyf ",f "V" '8 E'V"
, f udy 'h orfii sight by day-
"K,,t I""1 dark' n"cl l,1 "v'r '9
",ck '" Honolulu with n few days
'" "luro 1,,,r"' " lrdlng tho Slorrn
iur 111111H-, in inn irnuspiiriniiou
(world tbo new arrnngonient Is ro-
Kanled ns it tilumjih, for In splto ot
the gieat distances covered tho trip
can be made Jn lclijuroly comfort.
Until this nrrnngement wns made,'"
three weeks was the shortest! possi
ble time- In w hi ah the ground could
be cocrcd, and then only occasion.
Captain Kilt of the .Mongolia In res
ponse to nn urgent request from the
agents wirelessed In Inst night (hat
bis ship would l3 oft, port tomorrow
morning nt ati parly hour. The skip
per cxiiccIb (o snll- for tiio coast t(
moricw ufternoon lint according lo tho
iigcnls It will hardly be possible to
dispatch tho vcsbcI heforo Sunday
Thcro nre 2,200 tons of general ear
go tn ho dlbchargcd from tho Mongo
lia and her cargo for the coast from
this port Includes 2,400 bunches of
h-inanns, BOO cases ot pineapples bo
sld's some sundries nnd emlillcs.
Tho vessel will hardly dock before
eight o'clock nt tho earliest and It Is
moro likely to bo arter that hour. To
discharge and load the nmount of car
go stated will bo bardlv posslblo be
fore six o'clock tomorrow evening, and
the silling hour of Iho steamer will
undoubtedly hi IcnVclock on Sunday
This longer time will give Iho l.os
Angeles Ktnmlncr party of tourists
n chnnrc to sec more of Honolulu than
wns possible on their way to tho Ori
Changes on Tenyo.
When tho Tenyo Maru arrives In
Honolulu on October IS It will bo Iho
Inst time that Lnccy Goodrich will Ins
soon here as purser of tho vessel or
WT If tlfll.f .. f..nt..1t Alnrl;
... ft. ..V.U in ,.... v.v.n. , ,
Under Ibc new arrangements with
tbo Western Pnclflr Goodrich Is go
ing to .be stationed In tho Orient
ns general representative of tho rail
road nnd steamship companies nnd
Illlllo Held will tnko over tho duties
of puiser on tho big lurblncr.
Goodrich has been In tho Pacific
Irado for many years and has a largo
acquaintance In lh" ITnst. field wnH
for some years on tho old Doric as,
freight clerk afterwards going with
tho T. K. K. on the Hongkong- Maru
nnd from that ship tn tho Tenyo when
sho went into commission.
Training 8hlp Here.
Sometime this afternoon Iho Gcr-
man training ship Hcrmglu Ceclto In
command of Captain Wnlks will be In
tho harbor from Lelth having mado
tho passago In 121 days.
Tho ei"scl wns sighted off Mnlokat
this morning nt Ion thirty. Sho Is
bringing n general cargo consigned
to Hackfold & Company nnd Is man
ned wholly by cadet sailors of tho
North German Lloyd Company.
These lioys nro getting their sea
training on tho training ship In pre
paration to ncllvo sea sorvlco on the
Btcamcrs of tho Oermin company.
They have all hnd the technlcil work
fiom school and aro now getting tho
Rumored Sale of P, M, Fleet,
Under dnto of September 30 n dis
patch from Otlnwa stnfes that Roy.11,
Mall Steam Packet Company of Lon
don has completed negotiations for
the purchaso of tho entlro fleet ot tho
Pacific Mall Steamship Company. Al
though this statement received wldo
circulation it was denied in both tho
Now York nnd San 1'ranclsco offices
of tho Pacific Mnll, Tho prlco stated
to havo been paid for tho licet was
Thcro aro but two vessels dlBchari!
Iur; coal nt tho naval docks today ahd
before night no of them Is expected
to snll. Tho Kllchattcn and Masuuda
nre tho two remaining, tho Knthcrlno
Pnik nnd Voluay having sailed nftcr
Mulshing their discharge. At tho coal
wharf the Ardmount ts iliechargln?
coal for Inter-Island Company 'and nf
tcr finishing hns orders to jiroceed to
Ocean Island for n cargo of guano.
Drlrrjlng Full Cargo.
September 28 tbo bark R. P. Itllhct
sailed from San Francisco with n full
general enrgo for Honolulu. Tho ves
sel sailed from tho coast In command
of Captain Dinsinnrc who wns formor
ly with tho Alaska Packers. Captain
Ncllson who was expected to com
mand tho'vesroU was not able to do so
on account of not having recovered
sulUelcntly from tho Injury to his
Automobiles On Sierra.
Included In tho cargo of tho Sierra
which wns tho'largont over brought to
this port, by tho vessel, woro sovoi
(automobiles. Thrco of theso machines
wero 1911 Cadillacs for vpn Hamm
Youup Compaio and Iho otbers woro
tho property of passcngors on Iho
Btonmcr who brought their own hn
chines from tho const.
Looking for Opium,
Huiln? tho fnronoon today a parly
of sailors from tho Thetis wero woik
lug under the direction of customs
qlllclnlH In searching tho steamer Si
erra for opium. A number of men
frotn (he cutter woro In tho search
as woll as all tho men of tho Inspec
tors division ut tho custom house
Lumber from Coast.
This morning tho schooner Philip
pine urrlvu! fiom Kort Bragg with ,
1 full cargo of lumber consigned' Id
Lowers & Cooke. The vessel Is In
command of Captnln Kredorlckson and
muilo tho trip from tbn lumber port
III twenty days. Sho Is discharging nt
lVookly Ilulletln il per jenr.
ARRIVED) .t 1
Friday, Oc. T.
Stuir, Sierra, from Snn Francisco.
Stmr. Nocau, fiom island iiclrls.
Ship Herzogln Cccilo from l.ellh.
Schr, Phlllpplno from Fort Ilrngg.
Friday, Oct. 7.
Stmr. Claudlne. for Maul and Hn-
Wlul. ' '
Stmr. Mnuna l.oa for Island ports.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai.'
DUE .TOMORROW. I
1 , .
Stmr,1 Mongolia from .Orient will
depaft Sunday morning. I
.. L J . .
Per O. S. S. Sierra, from SnuiKran-
iclsco, Miss Lucy Adams, A, H.
Afong, Mrs. Afong, Master Afong,
Miss Wilhelmlna 8. Agnow, Geo. 11.
Angus, Mrs. Angus, C. llachman.
Mrs. llachman, A. Dlom, Mrs. Alfred
Rrooke, Miss Hlsa N. Brooke,. H. II.
Ilrown, Mrs. J. IC. Ilrown, Master
Allen Ilrown, A. 11, Cameron,, Robt,
Cation, F, T. Clnrko, J. L. Coke, Miss
Julln Colburn, 'Miss Sarah Colburn,
W. J. Culley, Mrs. B. M. CusIiIiir.
ham, Mrs. S. IJccoto, W. A. Dickson.
Walter Dllllnghnm, Airs. Dllllnghnm,
Maynnrd Dodd, F, O, poison, Dr. A.
Randolph Douglas, MIm K. M. Field,
Miss Pollle Franklin, Jus. Oalaghor,
J. W. Gallagher, 'V. M. G.Tfnrrd, H.
IJ. Harper, J.. Kaopua, Miss ,JIabel
Knu, Mrs. Annlo Kearns, " H. W.
Knight, 1-J. II. Lewis, Miss Cattlo
Lucas, Geo. Ln"as, F. T. Mcllonry,
John AjcCandlcsstpItr McLa,thlo and
wife, krs. K. Maolenti, brVAi Mar
ques, Mrs. John Mcngcl nritt', child,
Miss N. W. Moffltt, Miss F. SCrrlsoii.
Mrs. Cnrollno-tMillicrCj P. Nlqkclson,
P. II. NottngoMrsH.'P. O'fiulllvan,
Miss Maude Peterson. Mrs.ft'c. H.
Plcrco. Miss Kllzabcth RoeaJ.'E. A..
R. Ross, John II. Schnnck. MIw Rose
L. Shnfsky, A. W. Sponcer,4C L.
Sprlnks, 8. 8. Taber, . MrsTaber.
Master Taber. lV'E. Thompson, Miss
Jnno Walte, II. L. WaldoVT. C.
White, It. Wink, C. A, Woo'4,' Choa.
D. Wood", Frank Wurtli.
Per stmr. Mnuna Loa, for Maul and
Hawaii imrts W A. Wall, M4 C. PI
roucr, A. P. A. IWit nnd wlfo, Ilcsslo
Wiley. J. M. Wiley, !!. N. Schoclfclrl.
Mrs. Schoclfold, Miss IJ. Hnwkcs, J,
O. Smith, Father Morris, Father Slo
vens, Thos. Sedgwick, Guy Gero, Ches
Per U. 8. -A..T. Sheridan, for San
Francisco. October ,G. George R.
Andrus, Lewis P Bnllej nnd wife, Mrs.
waiter U. lloswcil nnd infant snn. i.i
mrr J. Hunting, Henry CnldwolC,Kt
Lieut. A. II. Carter nnd wife, Mrs, fto
bio t"a(1er;''Captftln'John J. Clark
Frank A, Cook, 2nd Ucut, Win. A. Dal-
lanl, Mnilnlng Dawklns, J. W. Ferrler,
Surg., Hnrry A, Garrison, wlfo and
daughter, Thos. F. Oavlgnn, Harold N.
Graves, Dentnl Surg."WrOrTlhlimond.
wlfo-and two'dnmjhmiTvJIisldi J. II.
Howell, Miss Marlon'lIifrT.'MrsJ Jamci
S, Kennedy and son, 1st. Llcu. Robt.
W. Kerr nnd wlfo, F. L. Landriin. 2nd
Lieut. Mnnlcy Law-ton, Miss Junla A.
Latimer, Roono 'P, Lcnthcrman, Chn3.
A, List, M.rs. Thos. R. Moss and
ilnughtcr, 1st Lieut. Wni. G. Muller.
Hugh Nolan, Robt, K. Olive, wlfo and
Infant son, IC. Olson, John A. Perkins,
Mrs. John J. Pershing, three children
and governess, Mrs. R, I. Recs and
son, dipt, Edwin Rich. Win. Robertson
and wife, Mrs. H. F, Holler and bom,
Mrs. E It. Rynn, CnpC. Charles 11.
Sandgrson, Vcrno Slmklns, L. Smith.
Charles G. Smith. Charles II. Spruit.
Mrs. Chnrlcs Stowart, Hojvnrd Strov
er, Mrs. Ii. R. Swilling, 1st. Ucut.
Thos. C. Wnlkor, Mrs. J. T. Watson
und daughter, Mrs. .Myrtlo G. Whlston,
Theo. C. ZschokXo and Mn. For Ban
Francisco: 1st, Ucut. Preston S. Kel
logg, Miss Alma Krantlioff,, Miss Li
lian Kruathoff.-'J. H. Williams nnd
wlfo, Mrs. Geo. II. "Vosburg, Scrgt. J
O. Ilrown, Mrs. Charles P. Ilrowno
and Infant son,r(D, T. Clement, Mrs.
Win M. Downey, Otto Kdcnholm, Au
gustus Kink, George Gelling, O, C.
Hnrdebcck, Chos,ti;r llull, Ordnance
Serg', John Jnrdlne, Mrs. Anlhony M,
Kohler, Scrgt. James N, Iithrop, wlfo
and fcon, 1st, Sergt, Timothy Lynch,
1st. Sergt, Dennis Mack, Androw May,
John W, Monnhan, Mrs. Cornellui
Quick, 1st. Sergt, Charles Illttman,
Illrdic S. Sailers and wlfo, Miss Res
slo Tnrlston. Jumps W: Wakcley, wlfo
nnd daughter, llrdjhla Yuson.
Per 8. S. Mongolia, for Ban Fran
cisco, Oct. 8. Alice Mncfarlnno, Mr.
and Mrs. Maefarlano, W. II. Frledly,
Emll licrndt, W. Wiitcrhouso. Mrs. A.
II, Wuterhouso, Tsok Kal Tso, Mrs.
and Miss Angus, d'aul Wl'hlhgton, A.
W. Porolstrous, W. P, Stevens, ,, Ste
vens, Mrs. L. Ilchrlqueu and MIsb Hen
rlques, Samuel, Ing, U, Kopko,
' (Fnr Maul nnd Hawaii ports, per B
S. Claudlne, Friday, p. m. J. M. Lid.
gato, Wni. Zerbe-; Mis. H. M. Wells,
K. Rocndahl and family, Mrs, M, J.
Supor, J. P, Martinez.
For Kauai ports, Friday, per 8. 8.
,WI-G. Hall, i. ntr-'Mrs. W. II. Rice,
Mlbs E, Rico, A. II, Wacrhouso, Col
IN FOREIGN PORTS t
Thurtdnv. October 8.
MAIltlKONA Sailed Oot. 5.: Hktno,
B. O, Wilder, for Sail Francisco.
IHI.O-Sallod Oct. (: S.'S. Arlnmnii,
To register is a citizen's duty.
Last chance on Saturday,