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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNE8DAY, JUNE 21, 1911.
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l.cnhl Chapter No. -
TIiiiiiiIiiIii -Third Ilrgric.
llnmilf.iii Third Degree.
At' TlaltlDft memoirs of ttc
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
t K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' fihe, A..c
JEFICIAL ASVSIATIOH. cutiom cor
HAWAIIAN TRLBS.No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
txya of each Month at Knights of
fy thins Hall. VlBltln brother cor
sltlly lnvltod to attend.
II. FOSTER. Sachem.
B. V. TODD, C. of II.
SONOLUIIJ AERIE, HO, f. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY tuenlnc of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of I. Hall, corner
Veretnnlu anJ Fort streets.
VUltlng Eagle ira Invited to at
land. ono a davis w. r.
Y.1 r. Md'OY, Sec.
HOKOLULU LODGE, 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Iidge No. 618, D. P. O.
Elka, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday ovo
nlng. VUltlng Urothnru aro cordially
Invited tp alien!.
i) n. iSF.Nnr.no. n. n.
emu t ULunani,, sec.
WM. McKINLEY I0DQE. HO. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In IC. ot P.
Ilttll, cor. Fort and Ileretanla. Visit
Ing brothers cordially lnv)ted to at
tend. T. F. KIM1EY, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. R. 8.
THE GREAT BtNJAMIN COMPOUND
Monidch and Liver
diiros tho Kidneys.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building Tort Street
Over May & Co.
PALM BEACH HATS
Hotel Stl, opp. Young Phone 30S8
CARLSON CURRIER CO. WASH
C. D. and LA CROIX EMBROIDERY
New Stylish Hats
Summer styles in millinery at par
BOSTON BUILDING, TORT STREET
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
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o'clock tills afternoon. Tho question
of finances will probably occupy a
good ileal of attention, nnd It la possl
ble that steps v 111 be taken In some
positive maimer to assure at least ;(
small guarantee to cover necessary
expenses In connection with the work
the report mnde nt the meeting Inrt
Saturday night to the effect that no
thing could be expected from tho
ltonrd of Health fund baa caused some
complaint front the leaders Of tfio
Clean-up work since they claim lu
have ben assured of nmple financial
assistance from this source.
The mombeiB of the committee nrc
so busy with arranging details for the
woik that there Is no time to do nuv
canvassing for money even were this
desirable. ' It Is not expe'efed Hint
labor Is to bo paid for, and the ev
tionse In money of tho work on Sat
urday will not be great, but various
Mippllcs will hnvo to bo purchased
and It may bo necessary to hire some
vehicles, mi that n certain amount ot
cash must bo provided
President Tlerndt Is hopeful Hint
tho Finance Committee will bo able to
"come nctoss" In some manner. The
Committee consists of 17. I. Spalding,
J P Cooke, E. A. Mott-Smlth, Y.
knl, Chung Ming. O. F. Affonso and
District No. 3 (Mnnoa) Meeting at 4
A meeting of tho Captnlns nnd As
sistants, appointed for abovo district
will be held In the rooms of the Mor
ihnnts' Association, Young building,
at I p. in. today.
A full attendance Is requested.
(if.o c guild,
The prolTer of free clgarB for tho
workers on Clean-up Day has Injected
a new fentiuc of Interest Into tho Im
portant occasion. Manager Julius
I'nger, of tho local branch of M. A.
flutist Co, who offered to the Clean
up Commltteo 2,800 Owl Cigars, nnd
,i vehicle urn men to distribute them
among the workers lu various parts of
ilio city on next Saturday, stated that
lie believed some such little thing ns
this will help to inako the burden ot
the work lighter
"I was hi San Francisco when they
had their big clenu-up day them
about four years ago," said Mr. Ung
er, "and tho spirit of good-fellowship
was greatly helped by tho llttlo gifts
of cigars, hot coffee, and sandwiches
which woro distributed throughout Ilia
day In various places. Don't liavo n
day of drudgery mako It Instead u
day of good natured rivalry a sort ol
old fashioned house-raising or log
rolling occasion on modem lines, Men
don't mind working hard on nn occa
sion of this kind If tho Idea of work Is
not mnde too prominent. And they
get n lot of fun out of It too.
"Of courso our gift of cigars has Its
clement of advertising value to us,
but I think It will help mako tho day
go moic smoothly, nnd I should bo
only too glad" to seo a lot of other
merchants do Hume advertising of a
similar kind. If. would help the town
and do them all good."
What Will Women Do?
Tho suggestion that coffee and
sandwiches bo made by the ladles of
tho various districts and distributed
to the workers during tho day, has
been suggested, but whether or not
tho women of Honolulu Will see their
way clear to do this, remains to bo
seen. Tho matter may receive some
attention nt the meeting which will
bo hehl this evening.
O, O Oulld, chairman of tho special
commltteo of the Mnnoa Improvement
Clnji, to handle the Clean-up Day
work in the Mnnoa district, reports
Hint ills district has been fully or
ganlzed, and ho expects things to
move liko clockwork. A final meet
Ing lias been called of his captains
ami assistants for 4 o'clock this aft
einoon In Hie Merchants' Association
rooms. Young Hotel building.
Col. C. J. McCarthy, president Ot
tho Knahumauu Improvement Club
has about finished making appoint
incntg of captnlns for the vnrlous flec
tions Of his district. Ho expects to
mako n report In this connection at
tho meeting Of the general commit
teo this evening.
Prospect Heights" Lunas.
1). 1,. Wlthlugtoii, president of the
PiospeCt Heights Improvement Club
li is named the following gent lemon to
tako chaige of Clean-up Day In tho
district bounded by Pensacola, Ilere
tanla, Alupal and Punchbowl: W. A.
Wall In general churgo with thg fol
lowing ns captains of districts: W. W
Chamberlain, Fred 1). Damon, fitly I
Duckwoith, O. c. Swain and William
Purser Iigdn of tho steamer w. fl
Hall roiorts tho following sugar us
awaiting shipment at ports, of call o.i
tho Garden Island: (J. & R. 1300, M
A. IC 44.280, Mcll. 4187, K. K. 11. 5500,
K P 14.200. O. I". 12,319, P. U GC78,
M. H. Co. SOOO.
Two deep 30a vessols wero at Hllo
mi list Monday accoidlng to reports
bioiight to this city by tho olllcors
In the steamer Claudine. Tho Amo-
llrnti schooner Fldorado Is dlschari
Ing cargo alto tho schooner Hthcl
Personal attention to all orders.
CITY TRAN8FER CO. (Jot. H. Love)
SEARCH FOR OPIUM
Ashes of Orientals Enclosed I
Ancestors Two Bitj Line
While Crowds Line Wharv
Claudine and Hall From th
Canned human being, In the form
of n sinnll cnnnlster of ashes was
brought to light before tho squad of
busy customs Inspectors had complet
ed their research of the Tojo Klsen
Kalsha liner America Marti, at Ala
In a determined nnd persistent
rnngo or the little vessel the customs
men come upon some strange as well
as startling sights and experiences.
Nothing Is permitted to escape tho
vigilance of the Inquisitive youtig men
nr raj I'd lu their scouting uniforms. It
fell to the lot of the searcliers yes
terday to run across several suspi
cious looking tins. They wero bt re
gular shape and while the size did not
exactly mouse suspicion, the wiles of
the nverngo Oriental In' nn endeavor
to smuggle opium was uppermost In
the minds of tho Inspectors. A demand
was made that ono of tho tins be
opened. After much hesitation at
well as protestation the lid was re
moved, not without considerable dim-
The disclosure, brought to light thO
remains 6f a cremated human body
Tho weight of the cans howover had
been out of all proportion to their
size and when sh'aken a sound such
ns would bo caused by heavy slihil,
Within the last few months tho
mall to Japan and China has been
buidened with mysterious pjckag'o.s
outwardly resembling cans of fruit or
A Jnpanose claimed that In a mint
ber of Instances the bodies of tils
countrymen vyho had passed away On
tho coast ha'd been cremated1 and tho
nsheB shipped by mall or freight (t
An examination of Iho label reveal
cd tho fact that tho can enclosed
tho mortal remains of ono Sake Toto,
Th'o expense of shipping tho body to
wio uncni wns savei( ny cremating
u'u'd sending tho nshes by parcels
Recover Old Anchor.
Tho officers and1 drew of tho Inter
Island 'steamer Wallelo wero lucky to
pick up a vnlunblo piece of salvflRe
In tho shape of art bid anchor which
they dragged vvhll6 riding off Hono
kaa tho other dnv. A crannln wAs
soon rlgted and the anchor was haul
ed on board and brought to Hono'
Where Hawaiian Sugar ft Transhipped
Tho Teliuantepec National Railway
which spans tho Isthmus of Tehuan
tepee, from Sallna Crm to Puerto
Mexico, handled Hie following la'rgo
volume of truffle during the calendar
year 19)0: Transhipments, Sallna
Cruz, 277,989 tons. This tonnage does
not fncludo Untile that dilglnntcd oh
tho coasts of Mexico uud proceeded
acrosu Hie Isthmus with foreign des
tination, amounting to ir,000 tons In
round numbers; making thus a grund
totnl or U52.7C9 tons.
Tho bulk of tho traftlc rrom Sallna
Cruz to Puerto Mexico, fiom west
to oast, wns sugar from thu Hawaii
an Islands; tho residue being general
merchandise, embracing preserved
fruits, wines, etc., from California,
salmon from tho northwest.. and gen
erally the product!) of tho west coast.
Tho tramc from Puerto Mexico to Sa
llna Cruz, from east to west, Is gen
eral merchandise, embracing nil kinds
of manufactures from toys to steam
engines, us well as a great variety
of natural products. Tho tonnage
of 1910 shows a uotnhlo Increase over
the tonnugo of 1909.
Honolulan With Malls at the Coatt.
Tho arrival of the Mnlton Naviga
tion steamer llnnolulnii at San
Fianclsco Is rcpoited, tho vessel hav
ing leached tho coast with fifty or
W,C. Peacock & Co., Ltd
Tel. 1704 Wfn& and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
n Tins F6fwarded to Land of
rs Off for Coast This Morning!
es With Enthusiastic Alohas
e Other Islands.
mofo pnssengers and a' quantity of
mall yesterday morning. The newest
steamer In tho Mat sou service made
tho trip In a llttlo under seven duys.
It Is stated thut II. P. llaldwln, the
millionaire sugar planter of Mnul who
lias been On the coast recuperating
will take passage In the Honolnlun
for the Islands on the noxt trip of
Persia Is On the Way.
Duo here on Ki May morning tho
Pacific Mali utcumcr Persia from
Hongkong nnd Japan ports will be
gIV6n' a prompt dispatch fur tho coast,
sailing for San Fianclsco nt Ave
o'clock 'the evening of the samo day
according 'to the present calculation
of It. Ilnclifeld nnd Company, the
a gouts. Tho steamer will discharge
about throe hundred tons Oriental
merchandise while a number of Flll-
ntnn ntnl .TnnnnpHA Rtpetnim iinamn.
gers will bo left here.
Lurllne Hat Left the Coatt.
At ono o'clock jesterday afternoon,
tho Mntson' Navigation steamer I.111
lino sailed from San Francisco with
passengers nnd general cargo for tho
Hawaiian lslAnds. The steamer Is ex
pected lo arrlvo on or about Juno
27th. There lias been a perceptible
shortening up or tho schedule on
which tho I.twllne has been operat
ed. The steamer will now cover tho
round trip from tho coast port lu
ilbout twenty-eight days.
Spaniards Le.ile Hawaii for Coatt
A dozen Spaniards having become
dissatisfied with plantation life nr
lived lu the steamer Claudine rrom
Hawaii and Maul ports this moriiln,
The Spaniards did not loose u great
ileal of time (n effecting a transfer of
their belongings to tho Matson whmf
Where they boarded tho sfiainer Wil
helmlna bound fo'r tho coast. They
claim' that they hnvo been offered
greater Inducements to go to work on
California fruit farm's or In tho mills.
The Claudine Arrived at an early hour
this morning with n largo list of cab-
In passcngeig. On deck were eighty
travelers. Tho fi eight "list Included
110 sacks cano seed, G1 sacks taro,
17 crates chickens, 30C watermelon.),
a largo number Of empty kegs and
sacked bottles, 44 hogs, 28 bundles
hides nnd 133 packages sundries. Pur
ser Klbllng report's flno weather on
the homeward trip.
Magazines for Marooned Mariners.
Ono pleasing Incident with tho de
parture of the United' States revenue
cutter Thclls fOr Alaskan waters yes
Iciday afternoon, was tho presenta
tion of 11 large uutomqblle load of ma
gazines. Tho books were' hi ought
down to tho watersldo" Just heforo tho
government vessol cast off her lined
and the receipt of the literature was
lit complete but none tho less agree-
nmo surpriso to tno number of am
eers and men on board, who will make
tho long voyage to northern waters.
Mrs. McCandless was the donor. Tho
Seamen's Iustltuto was also on hand
with Eiiltnblo donations.
Moro than one message was Bent
through tho Thetis boys for ship
mates now In the Algerlne, a vessel
now stationed at Alaska.
It Is said that to the Thetis was
taking n larger quantity of literature
including books, magnzlnes and Illus
trated pnpeis than that received by
nny vossel calling nt Honolulu since
Iho nays of the heavy movemont of
at my transports.
Ilralh of Old-Time Mariner.
Captain Wllllum Day, well known
lu marine clrcloB, dld at llerkcley on
June 3, after an Illness1 of only u few
days. Death was dun to congestion of
tho lungs, '
Th6 United States authorities wdro
willing to take Ihnrge of the remains
bt Fred Wolkas", the former cavalry
sergeant who' was shot nnd killed
Monday by Paul Dunlin who after
wards committed suicide.
C(y and County Attorney Cathead
said this morning that the military
authorities had stated that they would
take the nx-soldlcr's remains and hold
them until his lelntlvcs could be heard
from. With this undcrstnndlngCiith
cart advised Sheriff Jnrrett to recov
er all of the dead man effects from
Illnnche Martin, the woman who fig
ured In (he tragedy nnd who was
slightly wounded by Dtimlii. The
Martin woman was nlsn anxious to
take charge of tho funeral arrange
meiils but Inquiry nt the health oitlcu
produced the ptnlement thut the ro
mains of tho soldier would bo ere
muted this afternoon nnd that no de
lay would do possible.
" ON FORESTRY
Thnt Chnrlcs H. Judd was the name
sent to thu Territorial cintral com
mitten yesterday up Governor Frear's
nominee for the otllce of lnnd commis
sioner Is now 11 certainty. Thu com
mittee. Iiiim postponed action on thu
iiamu until Monday next. It being 1111
derstood that tin re Is uell-dellned op
position to the Indorsement of thu iiunio
of the Oovernur'h nominee for thu
Clinrlcs S Judd Is now serving thu
United .States Forestry Deportment lit
Portland, Ore. It Is stilted that liu Is
Ktcund In charge of the United .States
ollleu nt that point and Iiuh uluiut DO
men under blin. He lias had n Inrgn
number of Important lumbering con
tracts under his supervision, nnd al
though ho Is only twenty-nine yeurs of
agu bah had much practtcul experience
crowded into bis yeurs In the public
service, having been llrst stationed lit
thu liendquarters of the department! n't
Ills technlcnl education was received
In tho Hhellleld Sclcutlllc School of
Yale University, after having com
pleted his academic courso In thu samo
Institution. In view of the record he
litis made lu tho service of the Federal
government nnd his thorough technical
training. It Is believed by the adminis
tration that ho will be able to apply
the most advanced mnlnlnnd methods
to the land nnd forestry work In
MAY BE DELAYED
Prlvato advices received In this city
from Washington n few days ago nro
to the effect thut not only Chairman
Fitzgerald, but tho Houso Committee
on Appropriations ns u whole, Is
strongly opposed to the building of In-,
fnntry barracks In Honolulu. In fuct,
so strong is tho Opposition to the.
plan that It la now confidently pre
dicted In' army circles hero thut no
action will 1)0 taken during the extra
session of Congress.
Goneral Wood, chief of staff, la In
favor of building tho barracks here
nnd Is given credit for having origin
ated Hie Idea, but his opinion Is by no
means shared &y all tho officials of tho
War Department. Senator Warren, of
Wyoming, chairman of the Senate
Committee on Appropriations, Is said
to be with Wood. It Is understood
that opposition to Gen. Wood's ideas
Is growing In Washington, and foW
of tho local army people expect a de
cision on the matter before the first
of noxt year.
IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Wednesday, June 21,
SAN FRANCISCO June 20: Arrival,
S. S. Honolulan, p. m., henco June
SHATTER Juno 21: Arrived, S. S,
Alaskan, rrom San Francisco.
YOKOHAMA Juno 21: Sailed, S. S
Siberia, for Honolulu (ono day Into).
SAN FRANCISCO Juno 21, 1 p. in,:
Haiiou, h, s. Teuyo Mam, ror Ho
nolulu KAIIIILUI Jnno 20: Sailed, S. S
Mlssourlim, ror Hllo,
Tho Inter-Island steamer Maul was
dlbpatched at, noon, today ror Kultnlau,
Kolialalclo, Paaullo, Ookalu and I.nu
pnhochoe diking n quantity of limi
ber, fertilizer mid supplies for tho
several plantations at tlm ports of
Haby'H gold ling, Initialed "V"
Finder return to Ilulletln otneu.
Wednesday, June 21.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudine,
stmr., a. ni.
Knunl ports W. (I. Hpll, stmr,, n.
Tuesday, June 20.
Japan ports and Hongkong Ame
rILa Mnru.'Jap. stmr,, G p.' m.
Maul, Molohal And I.anA! ports'
Mlknhnln, stmr,, 5 p. m.
Knunl ports Kliinu, stmi.; G p. 111,
Kauai ports Helcno, stmr., 5 p. fiV.
Alaska and Northern Crulso The
tis, U. S. S., 3 p. m.
Knunl polls Noenu. stmr., G p ,m
Wednesday; June 21.
Snn Frnnclsco Sierra, O. 8. S., 10
Snn Frnnclsco Wilhelmlna, M. N
S. S., JO n. m.
FOR THE COAST
Over three hundred pcoplo departed
for tho coast this morning by two
large trnns-Paclflq liners which
denied the port Bhoitly alter ten
Tho Matson Navigation liner Wll
helmlnn was (list to shove her nose
out through thu channel and Into the
open sea. Captain Trask, who Impa
tiently tro'd tho bridge of tho Oceanic
steamship Sierra did not looso any
time In getting under way, ita Boon
as the rival steamer hint cleared the
Tho Wilhelmlna sailed With 10.'
cabin nnd 22 steerage passengers.
Among the latter was a delegation ol
Spautaids, who claimed to have re
ceived n more tempting offer to take
up employment with the fruit com
panics or lumber mills on tho Pari
(lc const. They arrived In the Inter
IhIuihI steamer Claudine nnd made n
quick transfer or belongings,
Tho Mntson steamer went out with
thu larger enrgo. lu tho spacious
hold wus about G00O tons Biignr, 2000
bunches hamulus, 3000 cases canned
pines, 2C0O sacks rice and a quantity
of general merchandise.
With cargo totalling about two
thousand tons, tho Sierra Balled khort
ly before ten-thirty with destination
ns San Francisco. In her cabins one
bandied Slid thlrty-llvo passengers
found quaiters while lu the steerage
wero booked 61 pcoplo,
The Oceanic boat was given the
mail for tho mainland, und this wns
nil on board at ten minutes before
tho advertised hour ot sailing.
At the last minute, wimo bclntel
passengers showed up with n large
amount of bnggngo nnd this had I'J
rccelvo attention, thereby delaying
the departure to such a time that tin
Sierra was obliged to glvo way to the
Captain Trnsk Is understood will
attempt to overhaul tho Matson vos
sel BOiuetlme tonight or tomorrow
The nttendnnco at both wharves
wus, unusually largo. Tho dividing
or tho ciuwd failed to mako much of
an Impression. Tho Territorial baud
plajcd nt both departures,
Sachs' Dry floods Co. will close
their store tomorrow afternoon, June
22, on account of It being Coronation
ATTORNEY H. O. MIDDI.EDITCH
left today for Snn Francisco. Ho ex
pects to be gono six months and has
closed his otflco whlla he Is nWuy.
ED POI.I.ITZ, tho San Francisco
broker, sailed on tho Wilhelmlna this
morning for his home, after spending
several weeks here.
MISS V. JORDAN left on the Mn
kurii for tlo mnlnlnnd on n vacation
RESOLUTION ,NO. 521.
RDSOI.VDD, Ity tho Board of Sillier
visors of the City und County of Ho
nululii, Territory of Hawaii, pursuant
to thu provisions of Chapter 53 of thu
Revised Ijiws of Hawaii, 1905, ns
amended, that It shall bo the duty of
the owner of property adjoining or
abutting upon any sldowalk In thu City
and County of Honolulu to forthwith
clear mid keep nnd maintain cleur said
sldewnlk of nil weeds, bushes. loosS
stones, rubbish nnd overhanging
branches, nnd to forthwith removo nil
such weeds, bushes, looso stones, rub
lilsli, etc., from said sldewnlk and tho
HIIEN I. LOW,
Dater of Introduction: Juno 20, 1911.
Approved this 21st tluy of June, 1911
J. J. FDltN.
Coney Garage Automobiles
MeefJAll Inter-Island Steamers
MRS. C. 8AOK
Chicago, III, "I highly recommend
Duffy's Pure Mnlt WhUkoy I wus
very sick lust Spring with I.n Qrlppo
und took three bottles of Duffy's Pure
Mnlt Whiskey It cured m com
pletely und now we keep It In too,
house all the (fine." Mrsl I. Sage,
2227 Hurry Ave.
Thousands, like Mrs. Sage, have been
cured by Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskey,
wlilcti sllmultitcs und enriches thu
blood, aids digestion, builds' new tis
sues nnd assists In killing the disease
It Is sold overyvvhero In SHAl.tlD
DOTTLES ONLY, Medlciil booklet.
also doctor's advice, sent ficu to any
one who writes..
The Iiunj .Unit Whiskey ro
, Hiir hosier, '. YJI. (S. A.
Per stmr. Claudine, from Hawaii
nmjMaul portB, Juno 21. K. K. Fer
nandez. W. Jnrrett W. IJlack, i:. V.
Miller, Dr. Sexton, N. Omsted, A. K:i
nnc, H. II. Kanlbou, I). K. Wullcliua,
M. II. Rcutor, K. McKenzle, Thos. ..
Pa, D. W. Nuplhaa, John Hiram, Miss
K. Vosrf, Miss I. Br Tucker, Mlss C.
Wells Miss S. Pratt, Mlsa Schmidt
T. R. Hinckley, J. C Ahoong. Mrs.
J. A. Knii, Miss Crlcknid, Rev. D. N.
Opiuiul, J. K. Pun, Moses Knh-ilpo,
Mrs. Kolel, Fuji, Mrs. A. Tlllon. Mn..
F. K. Tllton, Miss Tllton, Mrs M.
I.nngsl, Lizzie Paulo, Miss A. Mitch
ell, Mis. Geo. Kaluna, Geo. Kaluna,
Itnv I. D. Inea, W. Robertson, Miss
Smith, F. Kunia. S. Huso, T. Osakl.
S, Illrano, Uong Chung, Father Jos
eph, AIlss C. 11 Townsend, J. S. Coke,
Geo Rhodes and 88 deek.
Per stmr. W. G. Hall rrom Kauai
porlH, Juno 21. Row . W. C. Mcrrlt,
Mrs. Wnlaso, C. Wnl Y. Ahnu, K."
Kondo, Julia Gardner, A. II. Rice, W.
N. Stownit, J. H. Coney, Mrs. Julia
Kalwl, Mrs Julia Pcahl, P. M. Cas
tro, Mrs. Castro, Mrs. P Panola, S.
W. Kniinnuo and 1 1 deck
Tho now ownois of Iho Ameilca
Mnru Is the Osaka SIiommi Kalsha
according to well informed Jnpaucso
connected with Iho sleniner which
made a shoit call nt Honolulu yes
terday onrmtto to tho Far East.
Tho Osaka Shoscn Knlslin Is at pre
sent much occupied, In cnlaiging tho
scope of Its business. In uddlMon to
two steamers, each having an nggie
gato tonnage of 3,0U0 tons, lecently
ordered from Messrs Armstrong &
Co., the Osaka Shoscn Kalsha has
piiiehiised a Ilrltlsb H'eamer of G,000
tuiiBviiiii tho America Maru from tho
Tokyo Kfsen Kalshn, to bo used on
tho Foimosnn ronto, the former cost
ing 2C0.O0O yen nnd tho litter 030,000
yen. Tho Iirltish steamer pm chased
la the Indrapurn, which Is to bo trans
ferred to her now' ownois next month
at Kobe. The America Maru will bo
taken delivery of In September, Tho
two steamers ordered from Mchsih.
Armstrong & Co. will bo bioiight to
Japan during tho courso of tho year
and be placed on the South China
sci vice. It Is stilted that the pur
chase prlr.o of tho Ameilca Main Is
to ho paid In throe yenily Install
ments. Tho Toyo Klsen Kalsha, tho former
owner or tho Llttlo Whlto Yucht has
heen negotlntlng with the Kawasaki
nnd Mltsu lilshl' Shipbuilding Yiiids
for the construction of a (000 ton
steamer. Which yard will hnvo tho
order bus not jet been decided. With
tho now steamer tho Steamship Com
pany Intends to replaco-tho Hongkong
Mnru, tho subsidy for which will bo
discontinued within a fow jcais on
account of her ngo. Tho Company nl
So Intends to cnnstiuct another
steamer In tho near fiituio. It may
bo stated thut the new steamer Shun
yo Maru of tho Company, "now In
courso of construction nt tho Mltsu
nlshl Shipbuilding Yard, will bo plac.
ed on tho Puclflc route In September
when tho Amorlca Mnru, sold to tho
Osaka Shoscn Kalsha will hnvo In
bo delivoicd to tho puichnseis.
The American steamer Santa 11IU,
which hmt left h shipment of fuel nt
the port Is to sail for Port Sail Luis
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