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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, AUG.29, 1911.
1 Oiriililc Sluled.
lliilHilulil Tlilril Degree.
Honolulu ClinpliT Murk
lohii Temple- Regular.
AH TliltlDi msmbsrs ol tka
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local ledge
Meet on the
2nd md 4th
7:30 P. M
uMiiir nAltir flfW JIA1.4M
U.ttllflt EHSIHCtiia othei Alto
JENLFIGInl ASSrtp-IATlOJ. ciations cor
HAWAIIAN TltlBEJJo. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meet erery first and thlril Thura
flavii ot each month ut Knights ol
Pythias Itot.11. Visiting brother tor
(tally Invited t.i attend.
J RulilNKON. Sjclitm.
I; V T(llil), C nf H.
HONOLULU LOBCE, 016. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Inlge No. 616, B. P. O.
r.lki, meets lu their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday tYt
ulng. VlKltlng Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
11 1 It. 1SEN1IERCI, K. K.
UEO. T. KI.UEUEL, Sec.
HENRY K. AIKUE nnd Miss Annie
lMo were married last evening, Rev.
J. JI. l'ociioo officiating.
PRESIDENT OUIFF1THS of Oahll
College will he In his office from ) to
11 o'clock on next Monday.
l)R. AND MRS. E. S. GOODHUE
niul family leave In the Lurllne thin
turning for Santa Barbara, Cal.
F. W. MAXWELL, of Little Rock,
Ark., ha returned to his homo after
a tour -of tho Orient nnd the Island
CHIEF CLERK 0U8 MURPHY of
the United State District court left
yesterday for n few days vacation, He
S. DECKER will sail for the coist
In the hurk Audrew Welch for Iho
benefit of' u 8ea voyage. He has been
on the Islands nearly twenty yeaM.
PRINCESS KAWANANAKOA In li"
liorted to be recovering nicely from
the oneratlon of some weeks ago She
expects to arrive home early In De
IX)T KAUWE. principal of the Gov
eminent school at Napoopoo, Kona,
returned to his home today in tne
Maunu Loa. which sailed at noon. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Kauwe.
J. A. THOMPSON, clerk of the ler
rllorlal Supreme Court, was nmong
tho outgoing passengers this morning
In lh Manna Ken. He goes to Hllo on
ii business nnd pleasure trip and will
be iibsenl from his desk for about two
JAPANESE CONSUL - GENERAL
I'Vi-SO lq III receipt of a cablegram
friini Mlnfsler Komuiii of Foreign Af
fairs. Inforiiiliig him of the departure
from .l.ipall of Prof Nltobu for the
States Pior Nllobo Is expected to
nrilvc here In tin' new Iw Klscii
liner Sliiiiivn Muru, next month.
MRS. METTA S. MACK, who left
hero u few weeki ago to be married
on the mainland, has born wedded to
Hnwaid M Chandler, In Kansas City
on August ii. mo '"" "
le.tchcd heiu yislenlay. She was sup
erintendent of the Susannah Wesley
homo and mtlve In church niul ennr
ltablo work In this city.
rniture an Piano Movers
City Transfer Co. - -' , Phone 1281
TIDES SUN AND MOON
J M .1.41
4 is' S.4S 4V
RECORD SlIII'MIM OF PINES
FOR MAT30N STEAMER LliRLINE
Quantities of Sugar,, Bananas and Rice to Leave s for JJoast
: u wneeni The Pupmnn Severa Inter-island Steam
ers to Sail For Island Ports Chanslor Chief Engineer III.
Harbor Well-Nigh Deserted.
First qimrtir of the moon Aug. 30.
Time not Mateo in wuyw
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
McKINLEY I0DQE, NO. 8,
Metca eviry 2nd and 4th Saturday
Tenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, for. Port and Heretanla. Visit
ing brotbsie cordially Invited t at
tend. F. F. K1LRET, C. O.
E. A. JACOllSON, K. IL 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every ftrt and tjilrd Friday at
7-S0 o"clock, Pythian Hall, corner Bere
tanla and Port streets. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
8. DHCKER, C. C.
O. HEINE, IC of R. & a
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets n second nnd foerth Wednes
day owning of each month at 7:30
o'clock, In Pan Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, near Kmnin. Visiting brother!
lire Invited to uttsnd.
OEO. A. DAVIS, W. P.
WM. C. M'COV, Secy.
JARRETT AND McDUFFIE
LOOKING FOR KING
Sheilft Jnrrott and Chief of Dctec
II ws MoDutllo are trying to locate
M. M. King, who la wanted by Wa
wife, who resides in uw Aiigeies.,
Yesterday afternoon Sheriff Jnrrett
receded a loiter from Mrs. King. It
i uuils as follows:
Chief of Police. Honolulu: Will
you look for M. M. King? He Is a
theatrical man, insurance agent aud
n musician. Ho was to sail for Ho
nolulu June 6. Plcnso look In your
city for him. He Is an Elk, belongs
to C71, Blsbce, Arizona. Kindly let
mo know or hear from you as 1 have
Inst track of him. Am In destitute
circumstances with a little girl. Please
find him, If there. Mrs. M. M. King.
1602 So'uth Orand Avenue, Ios Angeles."
The largest consignment of pre
served pineapples believed to have
ever been shipped In the Matsun
Kalgatlon steamer Lurllne hna been
placed aboard that essc! and before
the liner nets away for San Fran
cisco at six o'clock this evening there
will he forty-three thoueand cases of
the (able delicacy for shipment to
The l.urllno shipment will bo fol
lowed by others of like magliltin'o
and It will !o i.omo weeks before thn
bulk of ihr product will leave the
Islands and Hail a maikct In
The Lurllne Is also taking 2800
tuns siigj)r Oilier lines of lluwnllan
piodiicls Inrluilc about -Will hunches
bananas, 2UUU uaekH rlrn and ii:iull
tli's of sundries such as hides and
The xcssol will sail from Ilnckfcld
whuif and It In exacted that the
Territorial ban J will bo on hand with
a musical kerciinde for tho forty-five
cabin pasvengefti who have booked to
depart for San Francisco in the popu
ArrlrnlH From All Inland. .
There Is freight from many Islands
in the group included Intliu shipments
received ut Honolulu through
the arrival of six Inter-Island
steamers. Today the wharves present
a busy Bcene where cargo Is being
discharged and supplies are loaded on
The Bteamer Wullele, from Kuwal
count of damages sustained In heavy
weather. After discharging wliaiwas
left of her lumber cargo, a good por
tion of It having either been washed
i.vnrhoard or jettisoned, the llabcock
proceeded for Newcnstlc, whero she
loaded 2S65 tons of coal for Hind.
Holph & Co. of this city.
Tho voyage or the windjammer
from Newcastle Is the longest of the
season, light winds being encounter
ed the entim Mijngc. Captain Mc
Nnught reported that on January 28.
In passing close to the Pllcalrn Isl-
Iliu anils, two boats, containing twenty
Inhabitants of tho Islands, came on,
requesting stores and clothing. Tho
Inlanders were overjoyed at being
IIiiih supplied mid the Rabcock'M
crew weio equally elated at receiv
ing n supply of fresh meat, veget
ables and fruit. ' Captain McNaught
reported that tho opulatluu of the
Island now numbers about ICQ. Tho
Inhabitants aro the descendants of
tho mutineers of the old ship Ikmnty,
who wcro cast nwny on tho lonely
Island in the South Seas many yearn
ago. It Is vciy seldom they receive
any news from tho outside world, im
the IsJaml Is not in the (rack of vessels.
o,.,..,,.. m. v.. Atlanta, ua.,
liig W. Va., Sioux City. la., Durllng
...' v finliiiaue. la.. St. Joseph.
Mo.', Chattanooga, Tenn., Dayton, O.i
Pnducah, Ky., Lincoln, imco., .u
-iiio Tonti.. mid Houston. Tex.
u... now nnrts of entry would ho
seated, among them Springfield.
un Cincinnati. Louisville, St
i.ouls, Memphis, Evansvlllo, Omaha.
Kansas City, Des Moines, uunuuuii"'
il Mnshvllle and Orand Rapids.
inlno' fourteen customs houses
would he reduced to, four: Mnssachu
nniia- frnin eleven to four: Now
York's from ten to
from seven to two
from six. to one: Klorldn'B from eight
to' four, and California's from four
to two. '
In some Instances tho collection
districts of Important collectors would
be enlarccd and deputy collectors
udded to their stairs.
Routlna Welcome for 8hunyo Maru,
Tho now Toyo Klsen Knlsha liner
Shiinyo Maru' will bo, given u niuslng
welcoino iiK)ti Bieaming annum nar
ber's lolnt and approaching the en
trnnco to tho harbor. Thus far, some
twenty-live Japanese sampan owners
have tilEiilllod their Intention of pro
ceeding to sea nnd lliero lay In wait
for the appeuranco or thu latest ad
dition to tho T. K. K. licet duo to ar
rive here from the Orient on Sep
tember 8th. Day fireworks will bo
sent heavenward, while tho sampnm.
will bo decorated In keeping with tho
occasion. Thousands ot spvetatorn
ore expected will visit tho now ship
during tho stny In jiort. A series of
entertnhimcnts nro planned Including
n dinner to be gieu to Invited guests
of President Asano.
Tuesday, Aug. 29.
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived, Aug.
28! Schr. Robcit Iajwois, honco
HILO Sailed, Aug. 29: S. S. Hllo-
nlan. for San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Aug. 29:
S. S. Sierra at, 10 a. in., hence
S. S. KOREA, will arrive from Yoko
hama 8 n. m. Friday and sails for
San Francisco about B p. m.
VOTE MONEY FOR
Monday, 'Aug. 28.
Japan ports, Mntilln nnd Hongkong
Mongolia, P. M. S. S., 5 p. in.
San Francisco Persia, P. M. S. 3.,
4 p. m.
Kauai poits Nocau, stmr., C p. m.
Tuesday, Aug. 29.
Hllo via way poits Mauu.i Ken,
stmr., 10 n. in, ,
Kona and Knu. ports MnmiaiUia,
Kipahnlii and Mokiilou Llkclikc,
1 ' Mahukonn and Kawalhao Nllhau,
Silverware Under Lock and Key.
J. A. Chanslor, tho California oil
king, Is the donor of a Hue set of solid
slUrrwnre which reposes In the Mrontc
Iron-bound cheats of thu new oil-tanker
J. A. Chanslor, which Is credited by
Captain mis Holmes of that vessel u
A. N. SANFORD
hae, brought 4337 sacks Kukulhaele P""'"'" wnrtli n leutt 12000
STOCK EXCHANGE HAS
SPECIAL MEETING TODAY
A peclnl session of the Honolulu
Stock and Dank Exchango was held
this munilng shortly after 11 o'clock
for tho purpeso of receiving from the
Hawaiian Trust Company the proposal
of an nlternate for Hoble Walker, who
Is to take a trip to tho mainland short
ly. Louis Abrams, secretary of tho
lompany, was named, the name being
taken under consideration by tho mem
bership committee for tho regular pe
riod ot live days. The meeting wns n
formal one, called according to tho
rulot of tho exclunge.
CONKUNG IN 'FRISCO,
BUT NO WORD OF MONEY
I I M'll'S IMSSI'MllMtS
Passengers who uriived in San
Francisco on the Japanese liner
America Maru were favored with a
rnro display by a meteor the second
night out trom Honolulu. It shot up
suddenly from the northern liorlrnn,
described n thlrly-tlo degree nic
across the heavens und vanished.
.Moht meteors make their lllsht
downward. Tlili one went up llko a
. Whllo they wore still discussing the
Phenomenon thu iiasViigiTH beheld In
the Bky a Inlltlaul lunar rainbow. II
lemalned on view marl)' half an hour'.
. m .
(ilMIR TOIltlfO I I'.OSI'IUXS.
William H. Sohi.ulcr. nwn.iRiT of
(he Hawaiian Twimi Cominuy at
S'oilli Kullii, Is i-ntliiwiiihtle -r the
irosjifctit rr tobaiTo-growliig In t'o
alaiids. Mr. Srhnuler Iiiim been lu Ho
nolulu on u business trip. Hu says
that he believes TiirUlah tolmuco can
be mado to grow hero. Tho tobacco
company now has about sixty aciei
ilawitHil to Ita tobacco crop, und
Scliiiuler expects u good yield tills
Ooornor Frear has received word
from Treasurer D. U Conkllng that
ho Is at Sun Francisco He has had
no word, however, as to whether the
money for tho bonds has been paid
A cable was despatched to .Mr.
Conkllng this morning asking for the
details, As soon cs an answer Is
roceUcil then tho Coveinor will pro
ceed to Inform tho heads of the
various rommliglons Just exactly how
they stand In tho matter and how
ninth money they will hare available.
POLICE COURT NOTE8.
nnd 4C29 sacks Houokaa sugar und 28
packages sundries. Purser Ilyrno re
ports moderate trades and fine weath
er. One large automobile wns taken
on at Kawalhae.
Honey to the number of 400 cases
was included In the freight list of the
steamers Mlkahalu from Maul und M,o
lokal ports. Other Items were 100
sheep, G! pigs, 10 crates chickens, 29
empty drums. 49 barrels wine, 7 bas
kets eggs, and 135 packages sundries.
Purser French reports the schooner
Carrier Dove at Kahulul. It was too
rouah to land frolght at Wallau.
The steamer Noeau, which sallod at
C o'clock Inst evening for Kauai ports,
has discharged a miscellaneous cargo
lncludlne ducks, empty drums and
barrels, G sacks awa, 741 sacks rice,
748 sacks paddy nnd 2000 sacks sugar.
Purser Kalpo roports about 700 sacks
sugar on hand at Kilauea.
In despatching the steamer Nllhau
for Kauai ports ut noon today that
vessel took 20,000 feet of lumber
as well as a quantity of fertilizer.
The. Nllhau arrived at the nort yes
terday, bringing 4900 sacks sugar, r,0
sacks rice, 19 bundles hides und 20
nnekuces sundries. According to Purs
or Penke the Nllhau met with line
weather and smooth seas on the home
ward trip. ,
hu thmisnnd sneks of rugor aro be
ing discharged from the Bteamer Like
like, nn arrlvul from Humakuu iwrts
vo.tor.iuv. The Llkellke met with
strong wlndB nnd choppy seas. Purs
er Rlchter rcportH that Kohululelo
Mill will llnlBli grinuing ni mu u
ot the month. Tho bark Albert at
Kallun has nnlslieu uiscnarBmi;
load of lumber und will suil for the
Sound today. The schooner Muriel
is discharging ut Honolpu.
Tin' valuable plate Is kept under lock
mid key and not used In the serving
of the dally menu on board the lino
oil tanker, but on state occasions liui.
Ikcii brought out for Inspection by ad
The Chanslor has been nn object of
much Interest nmong shipping men
since her arrival nt tho port on Sunday
morning. The vessel represents tho
hint word and highest typo of steamer
to engage In tho fuel-currying trade.
A. U Davldm. manager of the local
branch of the Pacific Oil nnd Trans
portation Company, Is justly proud of
the vessel which Is 'the latest addition
to the oil fleet to visit the Hawaiian
The steamer represents nn Invest
ment of nearly n million dollars. In
general outline she much resembles tho
MntMin steamers when viewed nt n
considerable distance, In that her fun
nel Is located away nft.
The Chanslor bears tho name or a
former president ot the oil company,
and has a rapacity of from forty-live
to tirty thou.and nnrrels of oil.
Tho appointments In tho sklppcr'H
and olllcers' quarters ure the very lat
est In shipbuilding. Hardwood Is used
In the llttlnu ot the staterooms.
It will require not more than 1H
teen thousand dollars to place -Nun-nnu
nvonuo In good condition ti n
imlnt now selected os the terminus
ot the Rapid Transit car line, 4c-
cordlng to tho rough estimates mado
lu Iho oince ot Road Bupervlsor
T.. rtnmtilotn thn mfldwav to tho
o six; Virginia's premises of tho Country Club would
; New Jersey cnta, an nddltlonnl fivo thousand
dollars so It Is believed. Thu most
expenslvo Item being tho cost ot
Tonight tho City and County fnth-
i-i'B will in nil prohnbl.llty consider
an appropriation or four thousand dol
lars a month for tho special purpose
of completing work on Niiuanii avo
niic and mnklug this prominent thor
oughfare In 'every way real road nnd
one that can hold Its own with the
best In the Territory,
In anticipation ut tho expenditure
or an additional sum or money along
Nuiinnu avenue, Wilson has had a
few men at work placing tho rock
crusher In priqier Bhspu to turn out
the necessary material for the new
Wilson believes that wcro ho given
even a larger sum at his disposal
theio would bo inoro economy lu
placing u greater forcn or men on
tho Improvement. Ho hopes nt any
rale to havo tho work pretty well
under way before tho npuroach ol
bad or unfavorable weather.
The appropriation or four thousand
dollars u month for this work will
keep something llko eighty to one
hundred men on the job. Ho hojics
to have the portion ot tho roud or s
mllo or mdro completed within three
Real work on Niiuanii nvonuo la
slated to begin with tho first of Sep
tember. It Is then that thn illrl will
lly, Rond Supervisor Wilson deefnros
that the Nuiinnu crustier can turn
out 1C0 yards ot load building mate
rial a day.
Per P. M. S. S. Mongolia, for Jnpan
ports and Manila From Honolulu:
Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen L. Corey,
Per stmr. Manna Ixia, for Kona mid
Kan ports, Aug. 29 L. Kauwe, Koio
Drown, May Low, Miss R, Lyons, It.
Wallace, Mrs. Wallace, II. Jones, E.
O. Allen, Mrs. Allen, A. Pohlna.
Per Btmr. Manna Ken, for Hllo via
way jKirts, Aug. 29. Mrs. F. (1. Snow,
Miss Flncko, Mrs. M. M. (Irnham, Miss
O. E. Allen Miss E. O. Lyman, A.
Lewis, 8f P. Cnrr, F. Dohrman, Jr.,
Ernest Ross, R. E. Hoyd, A. C. Wheel
er, O. S. Wright, Spencer tllckcrtou,
Mrs. A. K. Mlfl.'C. Nichols, S. Nichols,
Mrs. Nichols, ,f. A. Thompson, Miss L.
Ilcnmer, Miss Nnluo, Mlsi A. Mndge,
H. O. Wlnkley, Mrs. Wlnkley.
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Qutnino
Tablets. All driifjRists refund
thu money if it fails to cure.
U. W., Grove's signature! is on
, each box
I'AKlS MUDICINB CO, El. Lui, U. S. A,
Only eight nines adorned tho po
llen calendar In Judge Monsarrat's
court loom this morning. Aliuny Co
iey, C. Wahlcyor and fleorgo Ji
llrawn, whose ciihch for hoedlesxly
driving their mnehlnes In public
pluiTK, were continued from August
22, w'rro taken up this morning.
Cmoy had his ciibo nollu prossed.
0, Wnldoyer was granted n contluu
r.nro until next Thursday montlng,
when ho wilt inako u plea. Itriiwn,
who did not want to como Into comt
again, pled guilty ami was fined lln
ilollatH ami conIu of court.'
Mow Yen and John F. Sllvn will bo
Irlftil lomori dw morning. 1). W. Da
vis and Yngl, u Nipponese, charged
with being ill link, wcro each taxed
$3 ninl cohIh.
Smart Pauage for the Smith.
Tho schooner Gilbert L. Smith,
Captain A. A, Ross, which arrived at
Aberdeen a few days ago, made one
of the smartest passages ot record
tho tilp from Everett 'to Cnllao and
from Cnllao to a rays Harbor occupy
ing just four months and four days.
aixty-rour nays wcro occupied rrom
Everett to Cnllao and forty-one days
coming from Cnllao to Grays Harbor,
Honolulan Takes Enterprise Run.
Tho Matson Navigation steamer
Honolulan which sailed from1 San
Francisco may not make Hnnnllilu u
port of call on this trip. Tho vessel
lias taken on cargo and passengers
for Hllo and it is the present Inten
tion to send tho vessel along to Ka
hulul before returning to the coast
The Honolulan is taking up the run
coverod by tho steamer Enterprise
which Is nt present laid up pending
repairs and alterations. Should cargo
or passenger demands bo sufficient
Inducement, the Honolulan may bo
dispatched for the coast from this
port Instead of from Hllo and Kahu
lul as is the present intention.
Chanslor Engineer Is III.
Chief Engineer Harry Moclnc, of
tho now oil tanker J. A. Chanslor,, was
conveyed to Queen's , Hospital this
morning whero he will undergo an
operation which will result In his be
Ing left behind. Moclno has been
nlllng for some time past. His III
ness became moio acute as tho big
oil steamor ueared tho Islands and
Captain Holmes. hastenrd to make the
otirt lu order fbot tl)o engineer could
receive medical attention.
Captain Holmes Is now looking for
nn engineer to take tho place of Mo
cine. This may cause tho delay In
rer m. n. H. a. i.urime, ror Mini
Francisco, Aug. 29. Mrs. 8. A. Ilndg
er, Mrs. W. II. Haiilon, Mrs. Curls,
Dr. B. D. Dond, Mrs. H. D. Rond, Mr.
Llppiiicott, Mrs. Llpplncntt, Miss Ma- "
Hon Austin. Miss Alice Rond, Miss a
E. Hoppln, Mr. Nichols, Mr. Franklin,
II. H. Hitchcock, 3i II. V. Lope, Dr.
Peters, C. Townnehd, Mrs. C, Town
send, A, 'Bchneer, II, E. Lelnnd, Rov.
Rider, Miss Eva U. Schafter, L. K.
McOaffey, Mrs. L. K. McOartey, Miss
.1. C. McCarthy, Miss E. McCarthy
Miss aoodhue. Miss J. M. Eraser, Dr.
E. 8. noodhne,- Mrs. E. S. Goodhue,
Mr. nostwlck, Oeo. Jamleson, W. L.
Williams, Alfred Youug.
Per stmr. Klunit, for Kauai porta,
Aug. 29. Mrs. Mnhlkoa, Paul Isen
berg, C. A. Rice, Miss 11. Soper. MrB.
.1. H. Sonor. Mrs. It. Huuill, Mrs J.
W. Aseh, L. T. Peck, Mrs. Peck. Mrs.
A. Lacke. N. Peck, Miss C. Stewart.
Per Am. bk. Andrew Welch, for
San Francisco, Aug. 29. Mrs. A. L.
Macatilay, Mrs. F. Waldron and 2
children, MIsb Reltoncouit, 8. Decker
and 0. S. Schacfer
P MAILS. i
Halls are dtfe Trom the following
points as follows:
San Francisco America Maru, Sopt.
Yokohama Shiinyo Maru, Sept. 8.
Colonies Muktira, Sept. 12.
Victoria Maruma, Sept 13
Mails will depart tor the following
points as follows:
Yokohama America Morn. Sept. 5.
Vancouver Mnkura, Sept. 12.
San Francisco Persia. Aug- 28.
Sydney Mnrama, opt. 13.
Hvades to be Repaired,
Tho JdntBon Navigation freighter
Hynden will be next In line for re
nalrs. at H;i JYanclsco. Tills vessel
will' uo'luliv-iiu following the complO'
lion of work on the Matron steamer
Kiitorpriso. Tile riyaues uaa ueen
In continuous service for many
mnnttia u'lllinnV n'lirnnk in the sched
ule Tim .rrnlithter lu- Iii need of "'e departure of the Chanslor thoiiKh
ii is nopeu mat mo tanker will ho
ready for dispatch to tho coast to
Honolulu Figured. In Babcoek Ad.
Ph American shin W. P. Habcock,
which nrrlved at San Fianclsco nfter
n slow passage, or 103 days from New
castle, Australia, has had nn eventful
lime tlnce. Sho has tell mo i-acnu
Const In January. 1B10, Lumber lad
en tho well known wliidjiinmer
squared nwny fiom Port .Ludlow Ter
Capo Town, South Afrlw, nnd1 It took
her nearly u year to reach her dim-
Jlnatluii. On Match 2IbI, luio. tme
llimied lulu I imo Ulu unucr a jury
milder. Alter ulleotlug rop.ilra she
again set Ball for Capo Town, but was
compelled " inako Sydney on c
cleaning and repainting. Some work
will necessarily have to be done ou
her machinery ueforo going Into
commission again, Tho Ilyadcs Is
unlet stood will make one mora
round tilp to the Hawaiian IslamM
before going Into dock.
The Axe for These Customs Officers.
WASHINGTON, 'August 10. If tho
Treasury rieiiirtinent'H plans ror ro-
dhttilcllng the customs territory of
llu' Hulled Slates aro appinved by
Congress, Iho number of customs
houses will he reduced from 124 to
73, anil unity collectors' who now hold
Important milltlcal ofllccs will fljid
Among thoso which would bo ro-
I dnced to siih-pmts are Albany, N. Y.,
Alaskan Next in Line.
Tho American-Hawaiian freighter
Alaskan Is scheduled to sail from Se
attle ror Honolulu and Iscland (torts
on September filh uccordlug to ad
ylros received by C. P. Mprse, gen
eral freight agent for tho lino.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquor Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
8teamer on Firs In Kobe Harbor.
A flro occurred n tow wooks ago
on board the Gorman freighter Silo
sin, while that vessel was taking on
cargo In Kobe harbor. Tho first re'
ports had It that the steamer ilaimig
ed was the Ilelene Klckmers. Tho
llro was gotten under control within
tluco hours through tho timely as
xlstancc of tho water police. I.lttlo
damage was dono tho cargo.
Lumber for Hllo.
According to reportn received by
(ho local branch pt tho Merchants'
Exchange tho American srhooner C
8. Holmes sailed from Port Gamble
yesterday wlfli destination as Hllo
Tho vessel Is bringing down lumber.
Allen Makes Fair Passage.
Tho arrival of tho schooner S. C,
Allen at Fort Rragg Is reported yes.
torday. Tho vessel lH credited with
making the voyago to tho northwest
coast in twenty-six days.
Arthur F. Wull, dlrecto'r of tho 1911
and 1912 Floral Parades, returned
yesterday on the Mongolia from n trip
to the coast during which he found
everywhere much Interest In the big
carnival that Hawaii will pull off next
February. All thu San Francisco poo-
pie are Interested in the parade plans,
even though they have u hot mayor
alty fight on their bunds nnd must of
them nro banking nil they can on put
ting MeCurthy out and James Ilolph,
Jr., in. t
"I toolc in the Rohemlan Club Jinks
and siw some original things thero,"
said Mr. Wall 'today, and kept In
touch with things as much as I could.
I found that Hawaii's parade is get
ting to occupy u bigger nnd bigger
place every year. This year, ought to
bo u great one for tho tourist traffic
here. Now that I'm back, the Floral
Parade forces will get down to work.
KEKAHA TO PAY
FIVE PER CENT
Dlx nt Seattle, out of commission.
Logan, from Honolulu, for San Fran
cisco, arrived May 12.
Sheridan, rrom Honolulu for Manila.
flherman, sailed from Manila, Aug. 14.
Crook, arrived S. F. Apr. 13.
Iluford, Balled rrom Honolulu for Shu
Francisco, arrived Aug. 15.
Wnrren Stationed at the PhlllpplnoJ.
Thomas at Sau Francisco under re
J i .
Kekalm Sugar Company Is going to
pay another dividend, according to re
port lodny. It I expected that this
limitation will pay a R per cent, divi
dend at the eml of this month. The
nmiual report Is booming the price, und
111 Ik inoinlnn'H sesilnu of the stuck ex
chiinge showed four blocks of live
shales each bought for 225, an advance,
of live points.
Keknha'H dividends are paid Irregu
larly, whenever funds permit. Uist
year the company puld 30 per cent. In
dividends, niul with the G per cent, now
foilhcomlug will pay 20 per cent, this
The mnrkot wns strong today, with
Walalua going up nnd up nnd up. This
i.tock, which has I ecu selling cheap, Is
petting back whero It ought to be, fifty
ilinii'i, being houiiht hi ut tho session
tlili morning for l'Ji.f.9. Oahu Is
ttrnnu at 32 nud Ewa at 32.7S.
Gamble at the Coast.
Tho lumber schooner Gamble from
Hllo Is leportcd n h an arrival at I'oit
Oumblo yestordoy. Tho vessel mado
the trlp'to tho Sound In twenty-seven IiiVb for sale
days. office, COo each.
Ilulletlu Editorial Uoom J'lionr
2185, U a lie tin llusliu.s Ottlre
Inter-Islana apd o. R. & L.,Slilpplng
at , tho llullotlu
Transport BufordWHI Be Laid Up.
Tho United States army transport
Buford which passed through Hono
lulu the first of the month with offi
cers troop and .civilian ivssongeri
en i onto to tho homeland Is to bo
laid up for overhauling. Tho vessel
will probably uot mako another trip
across the Pacific tor porno time un
less bomcthliig unforeseen happens.
Thu Huford Is'nn extra ship and mudo
Iho trip to Manila in place or tno
Logan, which was held here to help
bring from the south tho troops Hint
had been stationed on tho Mexican
Lorder. Tho lliirnrd will bo hauled
out to an nnchorugo In tho stream
as soon ns Us freight and stores havo
been discharged. The Uigun Is Just
oft the Mare I Bland navy yard dry
dock, wheio It wits placed Iho other
day to bo scraped nnd painted.
Many Asiatics Leave by Mongolia,
llcfore departing ror Iho Orient at
fivo o'clock labt evening Iho Pacific
Mali liner Mongolia was tho mecca
for hundreds or Jupaneso who gath
ered to bid bou voyago to a largo
delegation or Iholr countrymen who
departed for Japan In, that vessel, Tho
Mongolia loft hero with (inn bundled
and ten additional Asiatic pasiieu
gcrs, who In the main traveled In
tho steerage. The liner loft somn
seven bundled tons freight during tho
fow horns slay nt tho port,
Honolulan to Call at Island Ports.
The Malson Navigation steamer
Ilunoliilnn which departed fiom San
Francisco on labt Saturday lor tho
Islands Is to inako a call at Hllo and
perhaps ono oilier Island port bororo
pioccedlng to Honolulu.
Sparks from the Wireless.
P. JL S. S. Korea, rn route Yoko
hama In Honolulu, S p. m., Monday
1271 miles off, arrlvo Filday morning