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EVENING 'BULLETIN HONOLULU T. H, 8ATURDAY, MAY 20, 1911.
Red Seal Carbons
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MUCH CONSTRUCTION AT FORT
BY HYDRAULIC PRESSURE
Within n few weeks thn qunttcra
nt Kurt linger will tuko un an air of
permanency .through tlm strenuous
efforts of Captain Edwards, construct
ing quartermaster, and Ills corps of
helpers and laborers.
Tliu frames for the (imrtora of the
commanding olllccr and for the three
single and double quarters for other
ofllcers stationed nt thn fort are nil
tip, and the foundation for the bar
racks which la to hold 218 men Is
now being put In,
luuide the crater work on the res
ervoir la going forwaid rapidly and
by the end of Juno this work la ex
peeled to lio practlciilly completed.
Iloiv Tlicr Arc Unlit. '
Theso hulldlnga at Fort Rugcr nro
being put up under u new system,
being partially concrete over a wood
fi nine work.
The frame la put up na for an ordi
nary wooden building and then both
Inside nnd out there Ih a layer of
heavy sheathing papor nailed to the
Over thla paper la Btretched the
Rtfid mesh wlro on the wulla and then
tint coucroto part of tho wallH la put
on, being forced through and over
the wire by hydraulic pressures
For the outside of the wulla the
concreto la laid to a depth of one
Inch, and on the Inside llvc-elghtha of
an Inch over the Hteel nieah.
The procesa of putting on thla con
crete mixture la an entirely now one,
the machines for doing It being In
vented only last year and none of
them being on tho market.
They are let out on u royally baala
to do the work, thfigovernment be
ing the only party to whom they nro
It takes one man to run the gaso
line engine which operatea tho mix
er, two on tho mixer Itself nnd one
to attend tho nozzle of-' tho hose nnd
placo tho liquid cement on thn walls.
Ono hundred square yards a day can
bo put on by thla process.
The cement Is driven against the
wall hard, being put on by n hose In
tho snmo manner thntwnter Is play
ed on n lawn, and It Is Interesting to
Beo the machine work.
Only Thursday nfternoon was tho
mixer set up and Captain KM wards la
busy experimenting with different
proportions In the mixture for tho
walla of IiIh temporary olllce building
After tho wnlla are put on by the
machlno then they can be tinted In
the same manner by running tho col
ored, liquid through the hose nnd
spreading it over walla and celling
better than It It was painted by hand.
Where the enlisted men nro to livo
nt Ititgor tho building la Just being
started and It Is only ncrosa the road
a short distance from llattery Har
low. From ono end to the other the build
ing la, 220 feet, four inches long, nnd
part of Its length It la fi2 feet wldo
with a wing 40 feet wide.
The quarters of the commanding
olllcer are well situated on the high
est part of the reservation overlook
Ing the town on ono side, the valleys,
and the ocean on the other side of
Diamond Head on the other, with the
battery In the Immediate foieground,
Single and doublo quarters for the
ollkefs nro in a straight line near
those of the, commanding ofllccr. All
buildings nro two stories high nnd
single quarters have a frontage of 41
feet while tho double ones have C2
feet 10 Inches frontage.
All the buildings will be covered
with a shingle made of asbestos and
cement, painted red on the weather
side. Captain Kdwnrds states -that
these Bhlngles aro more durable than
wood, aro easily laid niid that they
will not break llko alatu or tiles on a
The Rctaiolr. .
Away up In the crater of Diamond
lleadis where the water to supply the
fort will como from, and the reser
voir there1 Is being built and lined
entirely with concrete, the dam being
of reinforced concrete.
The reservoir will have n depth of
30 feet and will hold nearly a million
gallons of water when completed.
I It will be entirely roofed over nnd
the roof will be aupported by large
columns of concrete.
to talk Kodak
We are always best satisfied when our
customers are best satisfied. That's
one reason why we like particularly
to talk about the goods' in our photo
graphic department. The Kodak
goods have quality written all over
them. They are our kind ot goods
because our kind of customers, the
quality kind, can appreciate them.
made and popularized
They- have always led in
improvements, in new
ideas. But what is of
equal importance is the
careful workmanship and
the superb lens and shut
ter equipments. Yet they
arc not expensive $5
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
"ISvcry thing Photographic"
Civil Engineer L. 11. Illgutow lifts
charge of the construction of the res
ervoir and ho expects to have it com
'pleted by tho end of June.
All the material fur its construction
Is brought up from outside, the crush
led rock nnd otlier supplies coming up
the side ot the crater nnd through
the tunnel by means of a cable and
ju donkey engine' at tho' upper end.
Curs each containing ono cubic
yard of crushed rock are brought up
by the cable, dumped Into n chute
which carries the atono down into a
mute cart below nnd hauled from
there to tho reservoir site half a mile
and more uway.
There bus been n stable built for
the mutes inside the crater and the
carta were knocked down and brought
Inside and then set up again for tho
Fort Ruger li n scene of great nc-
thlty these days, with nil the build
ing operntlona going on, nnd scorea
of men are busy front ono end of the
reservation to the other on construc
Ciiptitln Kdwnrds Is everywhere on
the Job, clad in tenuis shoes, Khaki
trousers and an old shirt, with neith
er collar nor sleeves. Ho lias his eye
on nil that la going on around him
and he la Just na likely to be seen
on the aide of a building with tho no.
7le of the cement machine Ip bis hands
spreading the mixture over the wnli,
as ho ia In his olllce studying plans of
AT THE HOTELS.
Ai ths Young.
Cnpt. and Mrs. Orton, Mrs. Han
rod, I.elleliua; IllBhop and Mrs. Mc
Dowell, Chicago; A. I). Thayer nnd
wife, A. V. Perrln nnd wife, Frank
lin, Map,.; Admiral and Mrs, Stev
ens, Washington, D. C; Mrs, C. C.
Ylall, ralnesvlllo, Ohio; Mrs. C. A.
Hoxett, Oilroy, Cat.; Kdwurd lllioiln
and wife, New York; F. E. 'Jago anil
wlfo, Singapore; W. Urune, New
York; Ambrose Swnsey and wife, Mrs.
II.. 11. Little, Miss U K. llascom.
Cleveland; Mrs. J. K. Worth, Phila
delphia; Dr. (1. (.. French, Lake
Faust, III.; Mrs. I,. II. Wlllltlghuni,
Mlsa Willlnghnni, Mncml; I,. C, Itno
gencr, New York; Mrs. Oeo. l'anll,
Miss K. V. filler, Whiting; Miss N.
Goodwin, Miss N. Do Caster, Now
York; Mrs. A. F. I.lghtlmdy, Kvnns
ton, III,; Mrs. C. J. Goff. ML- Vernon,
N. Y'.u J.,'Tschetlnlan, New Vork; J.
T. On Hols and wife, Singapore; A.
Young und wlfo, Manila; W. A. Wil
liams, F. K. Dowllng I'cnrl Harbor;
C. V. Hopkins, Catsklll, N. Y-; C. T.
I'nrsona, Hilo; Mrs. H. 11. Kenton,
Elizabeth Kenton, Kohaht; l'aul
Kncchbll, Zurich; It. A. l'nulsnn; Hov.
J. W. Gunn, Kohnta; Harry II. More
head, Hllo; A. J. Hllbort, Milwaukee;
F. Soaros, Wm. Canniro, Hllo.
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OOUCIHi.STIiH, MASS,, U, S, A.
M UIUIIKST AWAHDR IN
UUHOPB AND AM1UUCA
Kplscopal iiilnlstir and laymen
gather todny nt St. Andrew's cathedral
for the ninth animal cumoentlon of the
missionary illatrfvt of Honolulu. 'With
the celebration, of the holy communion
tills morning, tliOHConvocntlon formally
opened, although ''the real opening Is
this afternoon at, 2:30 o'clock, when the,
'business session Is held In Divles Me
morial Hall. ' V
Tho celebration of holy communion
this morning was" Mileinnb observed.
Onlj n few attended thn services.
Illshop ItcMnrlckiVvriK the celebrant, tljo
At tha Hawaiian.
Arthur It. Chenowlth Manila; A.
J. Tulto, John O. Kennedy, Hllo.
Nllhau Due Tomorrow.
Tho Inter-Isluud steamer Nllhau Is
expected to uriivo from Ilnwnll ports
tomorrow with a. quantity of sugar.
W-"e'or Pnl" cards, st rtulletln...
CLUBS TO TALK
President 13' A Hermit ntnf Kocre
Inrv Will J (.'ooinr of the O.ihu central
lmt,to fluent villi) yesterday sent out
notices to the various Improvement
club., calling for n meeting to consul. r
ii general "cleiin-up' day for Honolulu.
The notices, which urn self-explana
tory, nro as follows:
"Within the. next ten days n meet
ing of this organization will probably
be cnllcd for tho purpose of considering
tlm proposition of holding n great
home-cleaning ilnv for nil Honolulu.
llev I). D. M'nlliieo eiiUtnler un.'. the " " nigpiy ilesiraille llml. I.eforo
Itev J W. Gunn B"pelir. - tn,, meeting Ih held, cm h of the coiu-
lllsdiop IteHnrlck will deliver bis nn- ',,,nrllt ''"" organizations shnll
niil,nddresiat;n'h.'m.ltomoirow j.hny. consld.red tho infttter-dmlepcn-Hl.
Andrew's cathedral, mill nililresseHi ''enlly
on the progress of the church will ho "I'rcMdent Herndt thereforn asks tliat
made at tho cathedral on tlm same 5'"" C,,M n meeting of your club wlth
evenlng by tho Itev. W. H Hliort, HuV. '"" ,,cl"y ""'' lr P'wdble. arrive nt
Kong Yin Tet mid Itev D. T. Fukao. M,", 'lellnltii roneluslon before the
The progiam of today and tomorrow K,,,n' meeting In held. It would also
Is as follows: I"" deslrnblo If your club would lip-
Celebration of tile holy communion! ""I,u a Bl'pcInl eonimltli.i to represent
to th oioih inlt lait a inoiMl -Hlum
hint veil In the le son ut Ih. ii.iii-
Koilliii, or keeping eleuii "
nt 10 a. III. Celebinut, the bishop;
eplatoler, llev. D. D, Wallace; gospeler,
Itev. J. W. (lunn.
.Meeting of convocation for business
nt 2:30 p. in. in tho memorial hall.
Fifth Sunday After Eattcr. '
7 n. in. Celebration of tho holy
enintntinlon. ' (Vlebranl. llnv. . If.
Fenton-Hnilth;- fplstoler, ltuv. .1. K.'
llodel: gospeler, TlcV- WVS. Short.
0:ir a. in. Hawaiian service; innt
Ins. l'reacher, Itev. J K llodel.
11 a. in. Celebration of the holy
communion. Celebrant, lit. Itev. the
lllshop of Honolulu; vplstnler, llev
Canon I'ntwine; Riisi,-ler, llev t'linonl
l'slioriie. Tho bishop nt this service,
will deliver Jlls aniliHil nddntsNj j
7:30 p. in. United service. Ten-1
iiiliiutu addresses: 1, "The Forward
Moveiuelit." Rev. W K. abort; 2,
"Progress; In Cbliit1 llnv KOng Yin
Tet; 3, "The fiosrSd In Japan." 1. T
you nt this meeting
"President Mott-Smlth of tlie llonrd
of Health Is deeply Interested In this
matter, nnd Is really looking to the
nctlcn of tho central committee to put
Into motion tho plan which ho believes
will be not only a great'physlcal benellt
1 Maul KSMi!(. would like lo seo .1 M
I f)oheti in the (loverupr's chair, nc
; cording tn James Coke, the former
l Count) Atiprncy of Maui. Coko stales
'that Umsett would receive practically
united support fiom Maul and thai the
mention of his nnina has been receiv
ed with emphatic approval on , nit
"On tliu other Islands Howsett as :i
successor to Krcnr Is appiowd gen
ci ally," stntca Coko after miiiiiiIIiii;
Lliublii; Beiilnicut..,:;Ho Is known st-
soiiany xn iiio mnjomy of voiera anil
would be accorded absolute confidence
should he bo placed In tho olllce of
chief cxcciillo at the Capitol."
Coko Is the orlgtnnl Dowsott man
and hai been dually engaged In sound
ing public seiillment us to tho nam
Ing of Dowse! t ns successor to. Frcnr
basing his opinion pnrtteiilirly on the
nppioval of Dowselt'a name on the
Wreckage from the lost schooner
Mot Wnhino hits been picked up ut the
beach near Muhiikouu
There weie :.; rnes on iho docket
in the p.llci court ihli morning In
cluding chnrgii uf .iliuosl oory den
erlptlon, anil nmoi)g the lolnl tlioio
were 25 Chlneso gniiiblora nrrosted by
the Dig Ciller Inst night all or whunt
pleaded guilty except those who for
li'ited their ball inonc) and fnlh'il m
appear before Judge Monsnrrnt.
The cni.es .against (1. A. McKldow
nev, K. C Miller, Frank Craig and
Ihclr flo assistants for leeriilllng I.i
hoiers for tho Alaska canneries weto
set forward ono week forlioaiing, mid
I he case against James Hileker for
.porjurv was continued until Molality
Allen luegcr, jthrough hla v' For
ney, pleaded guilty to fast driving of
his automobile and the case was h"t
oxer to Monday for aeiiteiice
1). Tweedalo and Jarkson Allen,
soldiers, nrresleil for assault wnro
dlrchniged na tho complaining wit
ness failed to nppeur ngnlnst lli"iu
hough uotlflod that the case was
llesldcs these cases nnd the gani
IiIeiH who wero lined lle dollars pjrh
nnd costs, thero wero several plain
drunks who graced the ralendtir and
weio given tho usual flnos
IS NOT VALID
Tho Territorial Supicmo Couit
handed down two decisions this morn
ing. In nu opinion written by Chief Jus
tice lloboitsou in tho case ot Ano
Kuelm against Mceiui Namealolia tho
court holds that "a writ of'error dwa
not lie to ad eclslim of a Clicuit Court
In a case tried without a. Jury where
final Judgment has not been cnlcrod
lu tho case.
The failure of .Tudgo Kingsbury to
enter n proper Judgment also figures
In tho case. The action was Jmy
waived and tried In the Circuit Couit,
Judge Kingsbury holding that plain
tiff nnd defendants were tenants In
common and that the plaintiff was not
entitled to recover. Tho court de
clined a form of Judgment submitted
by plalntlrr's counsel on thp ground
that final Judgment had already been
Tho Supremo Court takes Issue
with this viow stating "the decision
refeiroil to was designated In the
caption's 'decision' nnd- It bears none
of tho rejnnrhs of a technical Judg
ment. It cannot bo properly bo ro
garded as a Judgment." Tho motion
to otiasli tho writ of error Is granted
hut tho decision states that thp writ
win no grained wuen mo unui judg
ment in tho enso la proK)rly entered
In Iho trespass enso of James Corn
well nnd othorsmgalnst tho Wallukii
Sugar Company tho motion to iiiash
tho writ of error Is denied on tho
grounds that the "more payment of
costa by nn unsuccessful plaintiff In
nn action of trespass Is not n waiver
of tho right to prosecute a writ ot
error from the Judgment entered on
This is not a Watch Club
Scheme or Gamble
No Competition Recognized
IN F0BEION PORTS.
Saturday, May 20,
VICTORIA May 1!) Hulled, It. M H
'.eahindla, fnj Honolulu.
Pi:ATTI.I-M.iy 20- Hailed, A.-ll.
H, H, Moxlean, for llfiiioliilu
HAN FltANCIHCO- May 2(1: Hailed
t). H. H, Hlcrru, for Honolulu ut
Mithodlit Church Muudiii servleeu!
Huniliiy school, ii l.i u in, piem lilng.i
II n m : lipunrlh I., utile, 'M i III !
Iiimii'IiIiiW, 7:80 p in
Widlleiolu)' evelllllH -m W I'llilW,
t! Ill pmvr piMihw, l- iruh'flf
Jewelry and Watches
lytttir ii u lint iii ii m ntr,