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WEUNCOOAYi'l ' '" ' '
AM Tiiitlos membsrn ul Uo
Order are cordially invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
rfARINE EN6IHLERS othe Ano
BENEFICIAL AnpIATI0H. ciaUon. cor.
AWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Metta Try first and third Thura
iara at aacti month at ICnlghta of
Pjthlaa Hall. VlBltlns brother cor
lallj Invttrd to attond. .
IV J UOHINSDN, Hachcin.
11 V TUDD, C. of IL
tONOLDIU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 816, B. P. O.
Bill, meeta !n their hall, on Kins
Street, near Kort, every Friday evening-.
Visiting llrothem are cordially
Invited to attend.
p it, ihi:nhi:i((1. k. it.
OHO. T Kl.l'UUi:L, Keo.
WX. MoEINLKY LODGE. NO. 8,
. kfeeia every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Iloretanla. Vlilt
Jng brothers cordially Invited to at
'lend. F. F. Kll.ni:T, C. 0.
E. A. JACOIISON, K. It. 8.
OAHU LODQE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets ocir Hrst and third Friday nt
,7 Sii o'clock, I'jtlilan Hall, eerner Here
tnnla and I'ort Blrcetn. Ylaltlns hrotli
era cordially hulled to attend.
B. DlCCKl'.lt, O. O.
O. HIOINi:, K. of It. & S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meels on peeond and fourth Wednes
day cvenliiK of eaeh month riT 7:30
o'clock, In Sail Antonio Hall, Vineyard
iitreet, near Hiniua. Vlsltlnu brothers
nro Invited to attend.
cii:o. A. DAVIS, Vv I'.
W.M. t. St'COY, Secy.
Bread Baked Daily
You can have your order changed
dally and bo supplied with any of
these varieties .from
1134 NUUANU ST.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTERS
Telephone No. 3IS1
Flvo-horsepowcr hoisting rah enjjln'
lir perfect order. Can liq seen lit my
VV.irehouso lit foul of hV, til.
t.007-lvv WlliS LOW.
ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS
ONE SECOND-HAND STANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE, 16 H. P.
I4uq bWiviA biHU&t i eteonnne KW3 j
.'218," I'UHorlal rnonw 2250 C' T Akana Merchant tailor.
Iillslncss ofllcc. Tlichd nro, tho tele. ' eultlnns. 1039 Nuuanu St.
Iphono numWrfelliB UWUktiBLi''' "". 'Pf?rapt ,.s
No lests have been in. nil' to usccr
j .i In whether the maggots In tin' fruit
int over liy Iruncls Clay of Knudl
hvip .those or the Mi'illtcrriiiicuii, mill
ll.v or not, owing to tlm fact Unit tho
(Mlnple.s wcro not prepared In u proper
was u ml (oiiKiipmilly tlm maggots
wcty till di owned.
'Illillciiltiirlt J Edgar Higgles of
lh Federal experiment stnthm' lias
suit oxer for Fume Inure Infested fruit
mid will try mid breed out from them
ulwii llii'V I'limi. Tlm llrst satntilea
which wire feni over were Just .placed
in a pottii) without any iiiojk or Knnu
to mak up the fruit from the J nice,
whiih, when It neeumulated, drowned
whatever maggot there were.
An examination was made, hut the
inl things that lould he found wen)
the little vinegar lllei, mid Mr. 111b-
IBiiis ilocs not think that there wcro
i n fruit llloi. At the .uno time, ho
v.111 not in.ilu' any definite- assertion
until he h.iH had u (hatiee to breed out
The oil" Kent along to the Terri
torial experiment Million ou King street
wire In the name way, ami H;ls nlfo
waiting for come more Maniples.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
J. STONi:, of iMt AKcles, will tnkc
the iiiauacetiieut of the llllo and Ha
waii Telephone company, left vacant
by Ihu dentil of II 11 Hlcluirdft.
Itoad SuVervlKir Wilson Iiiik a fnrco
of men at work on repairs to llethul
Btieet today Tliu Htrcet Hill face Is
lenK illled with macadam and after
oIIIiir Is to bo rolled.
AHIioiirIi the money for the Tcrrl
torial bonds uliould lmc been paid In
jestcrday (!oernor Frcnr lias received
tin intimation from Treasurer Conk
IIiir up to the present lime.
No copy of the petition which is re
ported to he In circulation at llllo
iiKalnst shifting tho armory has
reached the (Imfinor. He stntcd this
morning that he had heard of it but
had had up olllcl.il knowledge.
The Itoad Committee of the Hoard
of Supervlsiira lias Riven tlm Territor
ial Public Winks Department tliu iifo
n' a lock ciiisliinK plant on Alewu
IlelRlits. The plant is to be used to
Mipply material for the construction
of the Industrial school bnlldliiK..
Hubert W. SIiIiikIo, City and County
TieitHuror, lias been Kranted mi c
tension of lene of absence cinerliip n
period of ono woek. Mr. SIiIiirIo moiiio
weeks iiko left for the coast lint was
called back to tho city on business
I!r 1.4 now ell route to San Francisco,
Tho annual meeting of I he Com-
nicrclal Club Is scheduled for lonior
low evenlnK. Dinner will be served
nt Tiot. and business will bo taken
up half nil hour later. Fla nlllcers
ol lha hoard of dileclors, whoso terms
have expired, will be elected nt this
The City and County Supervisors do-
elded at noon today to advertise for
bids for doInK work on Queen street
b'-lwecn Foil and Alakea. It Is tlm
Intention to resurface this pin Hon of
the business thoroughfare. lx)citl ron
tuutors will he given until September
lain to flic tenders according to spcc
Nuiinim iivcnuo was remembered
this morning when Itoad Supervisor
WIlKon sent a number of men Into tlm
valley to work on the upper end of
Ihe avenue which bus for months been
left, in an uncompleted state With
tho llrst of September tho road depart
uicnt contemplate confining their cn
lire effoiLs towards it completion of
Niiiiunii nvcniio Improvement.
Tho Jlelt Itoad Commission will ad
tprtiso for bids for completing that
bectlon or luo proposed belt road sjs
tern of the islands, for which plans
and specifications' hnvu'boen prepared
Hi tliiiolllce of City ulid Couniy Fngl
mci' Ucro. The section now to ho let
ut contract Includes nbout six miles
of ro.ul from tho north end of lleela
the Ileitis and extending lo tho Wula
halo bridge, In tho district of Koolaii
poku. Mnal action In this matter is
oxpected will hu taken by tho Com
mission at lis meeting to bo held to-
.Miss Ijiuim 11 J-'inllb of Republican
fits Neb., and Airred D. AiIkoii. n se
nior In I lie medkai school at the Ulil
versllj of Nehrasl'u, wen, mairied on
I'uMIe Itock, S.V) fict ahovu tlioRroiiud,
hi lloulder Can) on, Colo,
Olrl for general housework Apply Ho
liolulu Wlro lied Co, Alakea Ht
I 'unl tinning
enr, :i0-horsepuwcr, In
AddicsH "W. 55.", llullo
.Maxwell runabout III llrst-clusx condl
lion Address "II. O.", Ilulletln of
tlee - f,()l3-.1t
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAYt
City Transfer Co.
J AS. rl. LOVE
KOREA ON THE WAY
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ROOM FOR MM'
Little Gasoline Schooner Eclipse Away for the Philippines
No Inter-Island Arrivals This Morning Ldrline to Sail for
Kahului This Evening, Followocl By the Japanese Freight
er Buyo Maru for the Orient.
One bundled c.ihln passengers ran Hitchcock expects the surplus reve-
I'C accoiuimidalcd In the Paclllc Mall
liner Koica Hint Is now on Hio vv.i
fiinn Vokoliiima mid oxpecled lo nr
rfvo nt Honolulu on Frtdn), Seiitcnibcr
According to a entile ricclved nt
Ihe ngenry of II. llackfeld ulid Com
iany, tho Korea sailed from tho Inst
Japanese sirt of call vestcrday. Tho
Pacific Mall boat has seven hundred
and fitly Ions Oriental freight fur dis
The local agents feel assured that
I hero will be ample iicroiunindjtlnn In
tho Kurort or all applicants. I
It Is, 1hc present loteutlonto dis
patch 'the slcaiuor for Salt Francisco
the afternoon of the (lay of nrrlvnl.
Eclipse Beglnx Long Voyage.
The Utile gasoline) schooner Ec
lipse" which some v,vcoks ago was sold
to Manila parties and glnco that tluio
lins lecelved n general overhauling at
tho local marlno rullvvny began tho
long nyage to tho PltllipplncH ester-'
dny afternoon. Tho IJcllpso sailed
Ironi herd with ii crcw'of eight men
who for the nmst. part wero lhllplnos.
"Th,q Kcllpsc lif, to ho oprrjAlcd In
the coasting trade In the Southern
Philippine Islands. Tho Kcllpso was
nt one tlmo n factor In tho mpVcnictit
of enrgo'botween IslHndjortsutuI Hot
Ipyard ani( U
r schedulo of
nolulti. Tlio vessel was iuriCji oiu
from n racinc consi suipy
connection with n sister
prlso cnvcicd n regular
ports. Tho Surprlso was wrecked off
Hawaii ill 1002. The Krllpso Ue, an
nuxltllary gasoline onglue, but In de
parting Tor the Far Bnat jesterday,
the marliiucry will not ho ciiled upon
to aid In U'O inovcment of tho .vessel
ns tho schooner , w III depend wilcly
upon her sails,
Fast Ocean Mail Service.
WASHINGTON, D. U Aug. 15. All
older of coiislderalUo Importance, from
both a postal and eoininerclal point of
view, has been Issued by Postmaster
Oeucrnl llllchcock, looking to tho es
latdNhinent of nn ocean mull scrvlcoi
by slxteen-knot stunners between lead
lug Atlantic nnd P.icllle ports In tho
country nnil tho ports of Colon unit
Panama. Tho udvertUonient provides
Hint the service shall Ih-rIii In tho fall
of 1911 so as to he 111 operation when
the Panama Canal Is opened,
ITiuIer tho proposed contract fast
strainers will furnish weekly service,
on ono hand between New York and
Colon, calling nt Charleston or S.ivan
n.ih. or both, nnd from Now' Orleans to
Colon, nnd on thd other hand from
Seattlo and San Francisco lo Panama,
call lug-lit San Pedro or San Die go, or
Tho opening of the canal w(ll en.iblu
steamers, which, uni'ler this contract,
carry mails lo Colon or Panama, to
continue liielr Journey through tho
canal and to proceed on the western
voyage to points on tho (lulf nnd At
lantic coasts, thus permitting them to
carry cargoes between distant points
without hi caking hulk.
This will afford u convenient nnd ro
llablo transportation lino for freights
In swifter steamers than any now
iiviillablo between seaports on tho two
Thus, Ihu complexion of the Panama
Canal, which Is expected to open a new
ern In conimercu of tho world, will ho
aciompanled by tho establishment of
nn American ocean mnll service that
should (III ii InilK-fcIt want In our com
mercial relations w.lth Central mid
Tho postinaster-gener.il has provided
111 the iidvcrllseinent for a guarantee
against the control of tho IIiiok by com
peting inllway companies. This new
provision In ocean mall contracts Is In
kieplng with the policy of the iidmln-
Istratlou regarding restraint of trade.'
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
(Mont Rouge1 :Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
lino of the department will bo sulllclent
In meet the cosi of this new service,
which will bo close lo I,OOU,000 u sear.
Plague Injured Steamship Business.
At tho icceiit linlf-ycaily meeting
in Toko of Ihe Nippon Yuscn Knisha,
It was stated that 'business' had been
fnllly ncflvo In tho fnr eastern ser
vice, hut owing to this jirevnlotico of
plague Iri Manchuria several isirls In
North China it n it Korea wcro not
touched nt, nnd tho' nlitnbcr' of pas
scngora and Hio nuaiitlty of cargoes
wcro both adversely 'affected.
Resides 11 liners employed on the
European service, 3 special steamers
wcro placed on this run. Oiitwnid
hound cargo was scarce in Japan, but
brisk In Shanghai ami Hongkong. In
Ihe Straits .Settlements nnd Colombo
no Increase on other jcars was lo ho
On homeward voyages owing to
signs of recovery from the general
commercial depression and In consc'
ipiencu of liupoils anticipatory lo tho
revision of Ihe customs tariff, coupled
with tho small number of outsldo for
eign sleamerH trading In tho Fur ICast.
tho (intimity of cargo has nam
llui'6-hHiJ Tio iitimfer Vif passcn
jliHsj lul-r sl-,ij lliniegnoiif icx
'(iwlligrtbitlic popularity 'of liorw.sU
Mho ipiaitlK' of cargo lias naturally)
.. .. I A , I . " . 1 'I a '
gltbdhc popularity 'of herar steam
.fclalaVaElLick qf jtialbr Officer.
Tile lhrgV siitppnig'' companies on
Ihe Indian nnd China Coasts arc al,
tho pjusnnt lime cxporlcncliig cnnslil
cinblo dmYeuFty 1n obtaining the ser
vices iif Junior nlllcers. Tho reason
Is said lo.'bo that In Iho eiirllcr dnys
vvhci th'o pay and conditions' In the
merchant service were, fdr Inferior to
what thoy fnro now,' tho 'companies
wlio owned vessels serving on theso
coasts wcro able to pick uhd rhnoso
Just whero they desired In engaging
their officers; but nt that tlmo tho
remuneration for office! r on (ho coasts
was consldcralily higher thnn Hint
which ohtulued In tho "old country."
During lalo yeais ofllcers' wiircb have
luci eased lo such an extent that nn
officer Is fnr butler off In a good com
pany serving out of Iho homo purls
thnn ho Is abroad on IlierClilna coast.
Tc Replaoe Tug Navajo.
With tho transfer of tho fast bcii
golng tug Navajo from San Francisco
lo Honolulu station It Is stated on
good authority Hint tliu United States
government Is looking towards tho
purchaso of another vessel. Negotia
tions which arc likely to result In tho
Itcdstack' tug Dauntless going Into
the hands of Iho finvcrnincnt nro un
der way1. The well known tugboat Is
at Mare Island, where sho Is being
. liispccd by Federal 'engineers ns to
ueriuori iiuvtiuo survu suo win en
ter If Mlie'ls' purchased 'by Hio Navy
Department. If, Ihu Dauulless ds. pur
thiiHcd'ftuci Her present owners sho
will tako Ihq ptaco of Ihu naval tug
Navajo; which Is now stationed al
Honolulu. Tllo Dauulless Is a pro
duct of local ship yards, having been
launched hero In 1892. Sho is of Mil
net Ions nnd tins been consldcrnblo
service on tho bay nnd along Iho
New Tanker for Union OH,
SAN PKDRO, Aug. 3 Another large
oil tuukci steamer is being built for
lenso to tho Union Oil Company of
Cntlroinln. II will bo delivered early
Tho new vosbel Is being construct
ed by Swan, lliuilcr & Wlgham, Eng
lish slilp-bulldors nnd engineers. In
tho Woulis Kiul ship ymd on tho
Tjne. It will bo delivered to tho
Union Oil company nt Snn Frnnclsco.
Tho steamer will Imvo n tnnlc cap.i'
elty of 93,000 gallons. Its Inilklicnils
AUG. 24, 1911.
will ho 22 reel 0 Inches apart, Instead
of 3D feet.
Tho boat will hej 620 feet long nnd
will require n crow of 25 seamen. Tho
boat will ply between Port Harford
nnd Chile and Por( Harford and Uil
Lurline to Kahului.
Oeucrnl cargo to tho. amount of two
thousand Ions has been going out of
the steamer' I.uillno In u manner
which picssages tllo dispatch of that
vessel for Kahului dhls evening. Flvo
hundred Ions freight will ho left nt
the Maul port beforo tho I.lirllilu ro
turns. tiMlciiKjIulit to take on n ship
ment of sugar iicsiincu ror sun Fruti'
olscn. The l.urllilo Is to tako a ship
meat of about tlnec thousand; tons
sugar nnd over thirty tliousnnd leases
of pineapples' according- to present de
mands for cargo space.
Many Rocks and Shoals are Removed.
The report of the Ilrlllsh Admiralty
Hydrogrnpher states that during tho
year 1910 ns ninny ns 378 rocks nnd
shoals dangerous to navigation wcro
reported. Of these, 10 wore discovered
by vessels striking on tliemj 76 were
icporlcd by surveying ships; 19 by
other of It. M. ships; 9 by various
llrltlsh and foicign nulhoiltlcs; mil
258 by colonial and foreign Govern
ments; while In Iho samo period 39
previously icsirted dangers hnvo
been expunged from Iho churls.
Buyo Sailing at Five O'clock.
A mall tuny ho"diHpatchcil lii'Ui'o
Orient In tho Japanese freighter Jliicr
tluyo Maru, which Is scheduled to dci
part for Japan jports nt flvo o'clock
this evening. The Huo hns heorj'dls
cluirged of nearly seven hundrcijWonn
South American nitrates during1 her
stay nt ilaokrcld wharf. Tho Jijpan
cse steamer Is carrying .ncnrly' two
hundred Oriental, passengers Ini tran
sit to Iho const of AbIii. ''.'
to , '
Welch Taking Sugar Ballast.
It Is tho present Intention of C.
Hi ewer and Company, agents for tho
hark Andrew Welch, to dlsimtch that
vessel for San 'Frnnclsco on or uhotit
next Tuesday. Tho Welch will do
om t with sugar ballast nnd there Is
u possibility Hint u fovv passengers
will nvall themselves of Iho wind
jammer In making a trip jo tho coast.
Germans Strive for Coaling Record.
Tliq fouling record of the Herman
navy Is held by tho battleship "Wcst
fulcn." which on Mnv 12 last. loaded
coal nt nn nvorngo speed of 482, tons
tin hojir, with a maximum of t87. Ions
mi hour. Next In line, comes Iho
"Rchlcsvvlg Holsteln," with ui iiver
vjigo of 193.8 ions, nnd maximum of
Sugar Away for the Isthmus.
Sugar to tho ni'nojint of neaily
tvv'ehoth'msund tons Is, reporlcd to
have left the, Islands by Ihe Way of
Port,. Mien on last Monday wih .des
tination us Sallna ,Cruz Tho sugar
was lnad,cd hitp Iho American-Hawaiian
freighter Mexican nnd u portion
came from Honolulu us well as llllo.
Oil for the islands.
Oil Tor ihe (unit's of tho Union Oil
Company Is reisirlcd by cable ns hav
ing left tho coast In tho American
tanker Santa .Maria. Tho vessel should
arrive here by tho first part of Sep
tember nnd will bring In tho neigh
borhood of forty thousand barrels ol
Explosives for Hawaii.
The Intcr-Islnnil utonmcr Helcno
was dispatched nt'iioon lodav for Ha
wall ports Including Ookala, Kukulau
and Pnpiilkou, Tho steamer carried
no passengers hut .sailed with a fair
Blzoil g'eAcral. ca,rgo of whjch was a
quantity of explosives.
Japanese Buying More Tonnage.
A recent Tokyo .dispatch $tnte:t
that Japanese firms and Individuals
hnvo within Iho juist few months pur-
cnasco foreign stenmers to nn uggre
gato extent of 80,000 toils, In antici
pation o customs reforms, '.
Honolpu Makes Maul Port.
Willi lumber nnd supplies for' Maul
plantations, the. American schooner
Honolpu, elhgleen days from tho Pa
cific Coast port Is nn unlvnl nt llnnu.
The vesso) reached tho Vulloy Isla
lort Inst Tuesday.
Salvator is Reported on the Way.
According to advices received liuiti
Iho American rchooncr Salvntor with
n shipment or lumber Is on tho way
rrom Mul.llteo with Honolulu or Isl
nnd ort ns dcstlnntlon.
Hall Away thla Evening.' '
At llvo o'clock tills ovenlng tho In-
tor-leland stomncr'W. 0. Hall with n
Tnlr list of passengors and some gen
ornl cargo will ho dispatched for; Knit
nl poitB of call.
Expansion Away for Fort Bragg.
Island ndvlcos nro, lo Iho effect ,ihnt
Iho American schooner Expansion
snlleirfroiiPMnhiilnl Pir Fort Dmgg
on Iiibt Saturday.
Wat It Submarine Searchlight,
Ship niaslors mo seeing tilings of
nights out In Oriental waters, A slory
of myfctory rivaling tho successful ef
forts of a Julos Vcrno l chiles tho ex
perience of the sklpiior nud officers
In tho Dutch coasting stenmer Vnlen
HJn who saw large "wheels of bright
light" apparently projected from bo
nenth tho surface of Hio sea and In
somo quartern It Is believed that the
REPORTING OF CONTAGIOUS
Ex-OoveVnor Carter, chairman of
tho sanitary commission slated, At
the meeting of the bomd of (health
yesterday afternoon that tho vital sta
tistics of n country were Id Itnvhnt
lis halaiice sheet was to a big busi
ness' hdu'so. President Pratt fully
realises this nnd he Is also coiitilr.niit
of tho Tact 'that h great number 'of
the contagious diseases nro never re
'Ho Intends to bring the mutter ti.
.before the Territorial Medical Asso
shafts of brilliancy may hnvo como
from a submarine cruiser of tho Vcriio
type. As told by officers nnd nil of)
board tho Valenlljn n curious pheno
menon was observed.
About 11:30 p. ni. tho cnptaln
rftntcs, tho son was lit up by bands
of light which seemed to him to pro
reed from nn Invisible centre, and to
rovolvo round the ship at regular mid
short Inlcrvnls of about half a sec
ond. Tho hands or light weio well
defined. Tho phenomenon can best
he describe!! ns resembling a cnrrlaco
wheel with lighted sparks (tho bnnds
o lglu)t Eypry now vnnd, thentwo
p'trcnllisibt light shot nut from siimo
distance In front of tho ship and pass
ed on cllhor side of ,11 The water
nt the bow or tho ship was not light
ed up. Thoso two streams or light
nppemed to conic rrom nn ever shirt
Tho wheel of light Just referred to,
when viewed from tho fore part of
Iho vessel, appeared to rovolvo In tho
same direction ns Hie sun viewed
from aft tho motion was continuous;
Alter about it quarter of nn hour tho
motion diminished nnd light hands
Lccnmo less rharply defined nnd
shortly afterwards the motion stop
lied. Tho sea however still remained
bright nnd displayed changes of light
mid dark palches, tho whole) resem
bling n gigantic chess board with
while nud dark squares. Tho light
patches lessened gradually In num
ber till nftcr nbout half nn hour II
Tho samo phenomenon was witness
ed by the captnln of tho 'Valcntljn' lil
August Inst year very early nt tho
Biune place. During the. former the
cnptaln took notes of Iho event and
sent ' report to Iho meteorological
observatory nt Utrecht In Iho pres
ent enso samples of water havo been
taken for examination.
I IN FOREIGN PORTS.
.j, , : 4
Thursday, August 24.
ttmv vnitK Vrrlved. Auir. 2.1: So.
Kdward Hcwult, from Knhulul, hcrfco
KAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Aug. 21,
a a. in.: S. B. Teityo Maru, hence
KAANAPAM Salted. August 23: S.
S. Itosecruns, for Monterey.
BIDS OPENED FOR
(Continued from Page 11
llmry A Wilder, representing the
Humbler Chemical Engine Company
offered one, machine nt 15100, two'uia1
chlncb nt $10,800.
Tho Royal Hawaiian flarago stated
that Ihey were In tho market with a
Knox chemical ut $5960 and two ma
chines at $11,920. .
Tho von Hiiinin-YoiinB Company
siinngly urged upon tho hoard to In
sist upon tho chemical engines being
cqulplicd with pneiimntlc' tires. Fire
Chief Thurston on the otlior hands
much favors tho solid tiro for Hono
lulu, lie takes tho stnnd that 'there
Is not n great demand upon.Biich n
machine In this city to warrant tho
extra expense A prnpor considera
tion of tho sovcral tcndois will he
held Hits- evening.
If, us reports from Washington have
had It, Japan hns decided to ship somo
of her surplus population lo the Phil
ippine Islands, such ncllon would not
he construed ns opposing any under
standing with tho United Stntcs, ns
the Immigration regulations with Jn
pan aro held by homu not to nppls' to
thosu Islands. Tho Japanese govern
nient Is said to ho advertising 111 tho
tiriNH Hint It will tnakn nneeial IndlleC'
incuts ktof nil who wish, to vomlRrnte to
the Philippines orto Uioyulln-Ainer-lehit
republics. Army5 ulid Navy 'jour
Regulations prescribing tho stand
nrd'for flcltl firing mid the proficiency
test for-the U."S.Army hnve'boen la
sued-frdrtfUldfOluco' ofUho. Chief .ibf
Staff. Tho regulations, which aro pub
llshed In it pamphlet of thlrty-cluht
pages, Which Includes tables, woio
pioparcd nt tho School of Musketry,
Prosldlo of Montcroy, Cnl., for uso In
field firing nnd tho proficiency test
provided for In Iho Small-Arms Firing
Cunt, flcorgo Van Horn Moseley, 5th
II. 8, Cavalry, recently appointed to
tho General Stuff of the Army, hns
been assigned to duty In the Division
of Militia Affairs, War Department,
DISEASES MUST BE MADE
ciation nnd nsk for tho cooperation)!
tho doctors, That It la not Intention
ally neglected but only through for
gctrulnrss In his Idea nnd ho thinks
that If (t,, brought lo tho itotlco or tlm
doctors' Hint they will come through
with every case.
Thcie Is n law covering It but It
hns dropped out of use. In tho fu
ture, however, particular enre Is to
ho taken mid tho president will try
lo work mil all tho percentages to ho
Obtained ns to locality and nationality
lu relation to certain diseases.
Thursday, Aug. 24.
Hawaii poits Helcno, utnir., it. in.
Wednesday, Aug. 23.
Manlln Kcllprc, Mhr., 2 p. m.
Thursday, Aug. 24.
Ookala, iKiikalau, P.ipalkou Ho
lvne, slmr.,tuoon, , ; '
I PA88ENQERS BOOKED I I
Per stmr. V, (I. Hnll,, for Knual
ports, Aug. 21. J.. W. Ncal, O. Raid
win. J,Ml. riilldvvln.'IrrijK.irt.' Water
houso, C. .1. "McCarthy, S.n. Wng-
.'"in, .,lin. ,, .inviivi... u. .,.-
son, tllshppiiosuirlckj !l
Per stmr,' Cbiudltie,, for Hawaii via
irtint. I..u ttr..t.nnnl.
d. J. U llobln-
Maul orlH.i, Aug,i.25. C. lli Drown,
lilshop I.lclie'rt, J. J. WalHh, Mrs.
Walsh, A II., Kennedy, J. Dj'tdcVolgh
M. Morllo, H. I.ygan, A. F.1 Kwart.
Mis. N. Rnheck, O. I!aitui!w. Tto
heek, Miss II. Mnull, Missjlll. Ko.t
lohn, Mrs. Kcawo, Mnjor Willis, Capl.
Puck, I.lcut. Vennor, Rev. C. Nnka
miira. Mm. .1. I.ygan, M. Ah You, J.
I.ulz, Mrs. Lull, Miss A Meyers, Miss
Per stmr. Klnnn, for Knual isirts,
Aug. 29. Mrs. Mnhlkon, Pnul Iscn
herg, C. A. Rice. Miss I). Sopcr, Mrs.
J. II. Sopcr, Mrs. It. llainll, Mrs. .1.
W. Asch, h, T. Peck, Mrs. Peck, Mra.
A. I.acke, N. Peck, Miss C, Stewari.
IMr stmr. Muiinit Ken, .for llllo via
way port's, Aug. 29, Mrs. F. O. Snow,
Miss Fincltc, Mrs. M. Al, (Iralifnn, Miss
O. K. Allen. Mlsg K. 0. I.ynmn, A.
l.ovvls, 9. P. Cnrr. F. Dohrmnn, Jr.,
Ernest Ross, R. E. Rond. A. O. Wheel
er,, O. VS. Wright, Spencer nlckorton,
Mrs. A. K, Mln, C. Nlcliols, S.fNlchols, '
Mrs, Nichols, .1. A. Thompson!; Miss U
llcmner, Miss Nnluo, Miss A! Mttdge,
II. (l.iWInkley, Mrs. Wlnkloy.
Aeroplane Boat in the Phllinplnes.
Driven nt n fast rate of speed and
practically sklpidng over tho surface
of (hu water, u now nnd strange craft
Is predicted will soon inuko'i Its np
pcniauco lu Philippine vvntcrsjaud will
bo tho first vessel or Its klnd'to oper
ate In the Enet. The aoroplnnc boat
which Is now about ready (for sor
vlco will bo used by Insular Secretary
of the Interior Woicestcr In making
excursions Into tho many Inland wat
erways. The hull which will ho used In
theso experiments Is Hint ol a lanvJh
the properly of Mr, Worcester. Tho
engine mid piupcllor have been loaned
by Mr. Edward I). Schlmiulug, of tho
Manila trndo school. Tliu piopcllcr
Is designed to ho used lu Hie air, nnd
Is of tho twn-hlndo variety, mid six
feet long. Identical with tho ip-opcller
of nn aeroplane,
- Tho fifty horso power cnglno- which
it Is planned to use on the) boat Is
capaiilo of driving nn Overland unto
.mobile ut u speed of 60 miles (an hour,
nnd with such power it Is leonfldcntly
oxpecled Hint Jhq six-foot nlr propel
lers, 'when niTnrhod to this, engine,
will drivo tho launch ut a fast rate of
Tho ptlmary purpnso In tho enn-fc
stiuctlnn o( Biich a ci'nft.ls that Sec- "
notary Worcester dcsltes, tojllscovcr
some belter means of navigating tho
shallow rivers of tho iiorlhornjprovln- ,
cos. Ily means of tho uso of an nlr a"'
propeller, tho draft of n boat 'will ho
greatly lessened, as n water p'lopcllcr
of 12 inches In length requires nny-
vvhero from 20 lo 21 Inches of water
to operate In. Thus It will ho easily
scon what n great advantago' will bo
derived from tho use of this nlr pro
peller, whirl), by tho way, is Just be
ing Intioiluceil In tho United Stntea
In tho United Stales thoy have gone
a slop farther nnd placed mi nlr piano
nbovo tho bout which, hits a tendency
to ralso tho entfro vcbsoI out of tho
wnter whon In motion, with Hio ex
ception of a small, pa) t of tho storu.
s speed of 60 miles A-r hour was re
cently mnilo on the Detroit river ..l n
boat of this descilptlon.
GOVERNOR WILL REPORT TO
CJo'vcrnor Frcnr'lifts received a blank
form to till In in connection with tliu
scheme evolved by what is known us
tho President's Commission. ThU
was, appointed by Mr. Taft to look In
to tho matter of securing bettor effi
ciency nnd economy throughout Hio
Tho President's1 secretary, O. D.
Illllas, Is sending a copy to nil tho i
Governors throughout tho Union. '
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