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EVENINQ BU'.LETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FMIOAY, SEPT. 15, 1911.
Hawaiian- iiilnl Digrtr.
Honolulu ('inuninttili i) -Itrgu'hir,
Jloitultitu I'luiiilrr-r. M.
unit .11. 1'. .11.
l,rl Alnlin .No. 3- lln.-ul.ir.
All tltttlnx niniDrn of tfto
Urdnr are cordially Invited to
illxnil meetings of local lodg
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
tt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINtEH? othcT Aitu
f IEFICIAL A?S"rIATlOH. cUtioui cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIOC NO. 1, I. O. n. M.
Meets every llrt unit llilnl Tuesday
of c-nrh inonlli In Krntt-rmtj Hull, I O.
O. F building. Visiting brothers cor
dially lniltcd to nltrnd.
U J. ItOHINSON, Sachem.
II V. TODD. i'. "I It.
ROWOLULU LOBGEJ B1G,B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu ldge No. tit, 11. I1. O.
ICIki, meet !n their hall, on King
lireet, near Tort, every Friday to
oln, VIMtlntj Drothar arc cordially
'ntlted to nttoni.
P. V It. ISKNHlIIttl, K. It.
IKO. T KLUIOi;U Sec,
VX. McKINT.EY LODQE. MO. 8,
K. of P.
Metis V(i 2nd and 4th Saturday
nlng it 7. .10 o'clock In IC. oil'.
Hall, cor. Kurt and Herctanla. Visit
ing brutbsra cordially Invited ti at
land. F. F. Kll.niiY, C. C.
K. A. JACOIISON, K. It. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every llret mid third Friday lit
7-30 o'clock, T) till in Hall, corner llere
tanla nnd I'ort streets. Visiting broth
ers cordially invited to attend.
s: Di:rici:it. o. c.
o. IIL'INK. IC of it. .t H.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0 C.
Meets on second mid fourth Wcdiics
day evening of eiieli inontli lit 7:It
o'clock. In Sjii Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, near Ihniroi. Visiting brothers
ire Invited to ntt?nd.
oi:o. A DAVIS, W. I.
VM. C. M'COY, Secy.
MILTON & PARSONS
lire showing a romiletp lino of
SUMMER AND FALL MILLINERY
Also the laleit novelties In Feathers,
Klimers unit Hand Trliumjlig
Hotel Street Opposite Young Hotol
NEW SCHOOL HATS
Handsome Panama Hats for Ladies at
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
Boston Block Fort Street
MRS. F. STZEAVC returned from
New York on tlio S. S. Wilhel-
mina with a rULL LINE OF GOWNS,
ready to wear, and novelties personally
ucjacteri. These goods will bo on dis
play MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, when
Mrs Zeavo will he pleased to seo all
her customers ami friends at her rooms
in the Youiij UuiUlinu.
Manila and Mndelrd Embroidered
Collars, Gulfs and llandkerchlcla
Dahy Pillow Slips
103 Niiujiiu fill. I
PEQIMNIM0 JUNG 3
All hi Hits a IIimoiuMi PfUit
F.MVAUD MIINUO, a ntitlio of
Scotland, has petitioned for naturali
zation. T. .1. KINO, of the California Feed
company ii expected back, fiom a
coist tilp shortly.
JACK MeVHIHH nrrlvrd this morn-
iiiK from .Mnlokal anil expects tn put
In about ten days here.
Pit. K. V. WILCOX, now In tin)
Northwest, will ictiirn lo his poit nt.
tho lodoral cxiorlinvnt station In
about throo weeks.
I. II. SF.I.I.F.HS, of St. IiiiIk, ti
tccent lisllnr hero, expects to re
tin n in the spring mid may ho hero
for tho Floral Parade.
(I KAWASIIKIK, ihc Japanese art
1st who experts to ultnly In IMrin, Is
e.xhlhitlni; himiio paliilliiRH llilM' week
at the Publie Sen leu Ansoclatl-Jii
J. I). CANriCI.I) of tho llanallan
Kleclrlr Co. rcturnel Wcilnesday
niornltiR on tho Clandlno, havlnR
inailo an rxteiidUo pleiiBiiro trip
mound the Wnmln.
,11'IKIi: SII.I.IMAN who baa bocti
In Hawaii sonio weekn in eomieetlon
with thr l.owrlo-ll.ildwlii cae, will
iill Tnr the Coast on the Siberia on
Satiirdas golriR direct to New York.
Completiuj; the fastest passago oor
made betueen Seattle ami Honolulu
lij that puKel, tin) Aiiioric.in-llnwall-
an freighter Alaskan ramu Inutile the
harbor early Hi Ik morning and work
uiih Imiiieill.ilely bi'Kiin In tlio din
(hnrpltiK of two thousand lire hun
dred tons general rari;, gathered at
Bou'rnl points fiom Sallna Cruz, and
extending along the west coast of the
Captain II. It. Patterson stated this
illuming that the Alaskan steamed
dowif from Pontile in eight d.ijs and
twenty-miu hours, cutting off a gen
erous l Ice of her former records, cov
ering this distance The Alaskan was
cut along at an average speed of
M.:r knots per hour on the entire
Captain Patterson states that ho
passed tho Fiench lurk llnnrhnntps,
which was en route to Portland, Ore,
fiom Honolulu. loiter in the Miyage
lie passed the Canadlan-Anstralinn
liner Mnkiiia. One Item In the cargo
hi ii largo seu'iily-lle foot "spud" to
he used on one of tlio dredgers now
nt work In local waters. The Alaskan
Is scheduled In depart for Sallna Cruz
via island ports on Wednesday even
ill;:. Tho tosscl will bo supplied with
tlio usual amount of sugar for trans
fer at the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.
GOES TO JAIL
Seven months, Mx months, four
months and three mouths, respectively,
were tho scntinivs which Police Judiri)
MniiHnrrat linnihil down thU mornlnii
to FjKeilir Kapiiia, Hawaiian, who
collected Mirlous iiuiiHintH of money
limn fieir prnple yesterday after rep
resenting to them Hint ho war tax
collector of the Terrltoiy of Hawaii.
Kapiiiin, who wiih caught In Chief Mc-
Dullle's trap yestirday nflrrnonn, wan
In iiiurt this morning charged with
gross cheat, lie appeared In u nfiit
gray suit of clothes, and each tlino
Hie charge was read by Prosecuting
Attorney llrouit he ilmh;tl guilty
Hiowii Htnlnl tn tho court that lenl
ency should not be considered by tlu
judge In piisrhiK sentenco on the de
fendant lie repotted that llieru uito
thirty or I oily other similar charges In
Chief McDiiIIIh'h secret list. The court
nccordiuiily sentenced KHpiuil as above
slated, Intlmntln,; ut the same tlino
that the ilifelidaiit Is to servo tlio sec
oml sentenco nl tho expiration of tho
first . the third nl the c.ilritlon of III"
vetoiid, and the fourth to follow.
KaiHIin, nccoiilliig tn I'hlcf Ml'Dilf
lie went up to Pauoa, Manou, Kalllil
mid several oltur il,ices mid collecled
srlous sums of n'ouey fropi tho poor
and Ignorant pi nolo on tho icpriwn
tatlou Hint lie was lax collector of tin)
Territory of Ihiunll,
Tills morning Kapaua appeared In
(oiirt charged with having obtained
ipnhcy fraudulently from U'o Hum, tlio
sum of f 7.r,0 as I mil tnxeu; MII from
I'liJItn, H Jap,UK.se; II. ID ft mi Leo
I. iiiii, Chinese, ainl 12.10 from a Japan-
ifii uniueil MlynKI,
Sllirrl.i An Early Arrival Tomorrow.
Tim Paelllc Mall llnor Hlheila
Hliould lio nn ouily iirilval at Ih'i
IKirt liuiiorrow iiioiiiliig biliiglug
uhmit sOou liiiiiilreil mill lllly lunx
Koni'inl t'liign fiom Oili'iilnl 4iiIh,
II Is tho piiikeui Inlimtlon of II, lliii'H-
old nnd L'ouiMiiy In iIhhiIi'Ii IIio )
riil foi Kan I'lniieUrd nl llin nilock
Iniiiniliiw hm'IiIiik Tim HlMir Int c
linn i lints iuitkiiiK' lirniiUM'l'iloi
fur ono iiiiiulimi inni iwiiiiiy-ihii imr-
(linn i .us 4 I linn onti Imihlii'il hmo
Hills fin MMi.nd nt Hi Inpill MHI'H'O'
MH II u I ill ii l ir Mfi
City Transfer Co. -
JAS. H. LOVE
,(DfG Iff IE DOUGH" SAYS
Sailor Boy Crew Can Not Become Public Charges, But Must
Bo Paid Off, Here Maiina Kea' Will 'Make Special. Trip to
Maui tor Accommodation of Regatta Day Visitors
Alaskan Made Fast Passage From Sound.
I)lg up (he dough! Captain. Tlieso
men can not hccoiuo public charges
nt Hie port of Honolulu," was tho
pointed tip passed out to Captain Kr
rntt, master of the distressed tliieu
tnasled schooner Pallor' Hoy, by Ship
ping Commlssioncry Harry Almy this
morning, nt the close of n protracted
conference In tho otrico of the Ship
ping Commissioner nt which were
lrcsent several members of the iicw,
as well as thu skipper of tho Sailor
Captain Mr rat I claims that he has
not rrcelu'd money from the ownelR
at San Francisco, desplto tho several
cables which have been sent across
the IMcille telling of tho illsticssful
plight of Hie Sailor Hoy.
"I havo not recoiled any money
from tlio owners In months. They
own mo over n thousand dollars for
services rendered." Captain Krratt
further stated tn Commissioner Almy
this morning that what little nloro ol
funds ho had In his possession, could
not ho turned over to tho sailors mi
he must look out for means to cover
Ills personal expenses while at the
Sillnri l'ennlleis ami llniiilr.
"Wo lim en t bird a bite to -eat since
yesterday noon," Insisted a-tjiiarlel of
Bailor men who were present at n
meeting between the skipper nud the
"Tlieso men can return to tho ship
nnd thcro they will bo fed," bo uti
lised tho skipper.
Tho, men however claim Hint tho
cook In tho Sailor Hoy refused lo glie
them food, that functionary stating
that it wiih nt tho orders of tlio cap
tain that their sustenance hud been
"Wo time been staricd for tlio last
four months, while with this ship.
and what wo want now Is our bark
pay, now covering eight months' ser
vlco In tho icssel.
Captain Erntt suggested to some of
his men that they tnko up shelter nt
n local sailors home. Commissioner
Almy reminded tho skipper that rail
ors with eight months pav coming
to them should not need tho charity
dispensed nt such an Institution.
"I think that nu had better get
Inlo quick communication with yom
owners nt San Francisco, and Hint
they Inso no tlino In cabling somo
funds hero to pay off Iheso men," re
marked Almy after listening tn the
several hard-luck stories coming from
Tho plight of tho men who have
been working tho Sailor Hoy for tho
past year Is not n pleasant ono to say
tho least. They camo hero In n leak
ing nnd iinsenwnrthy ship. They
claim that the rnnstant inrush of wat
er hits kept them ever on tho Jump In
manning tho pumps or other hard
ConiniNshiiier Will Hold I he Nlilp.
Commissioner Almy plainly told
tho sklppqr that ho would hold tho
i esse) until ho had sntlsllcd the labor
elalniB preforrntl by tils men. Captain
Krratt sent another cnhlu to San
Francisco tills morning ami slated
Hint ho hoped for n fawirnhlo reply
There Is a possibility that sulllclcnt
money to pay wages will ho forthcom
ing ami there Is a prospect that tho
owners wl authorize, the Installation
of ii gasoline pump which Is said can
easily euro for the water that Is nt
present making Its way Into the ves
nel. I. Is argued Hint tho Kallor Hoy
would bring a far belter ligiire If sold
on the roast, where I hero Is u demand
for siiieniniiiitcd windjammers as
barges, than If mi attempt was mndo
to dispose of the vessel nt thu port of
Tlio Sailor Hoy Is far from being
seaworthy, though tho skipper pro
frssos In hcllnto Hint lit) could get thu
ivlndpiiimiior to tho coast weio n bel
ter pump fitted In tlio vessel While
lim sails mo not In good condition lie
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Roimp Wlnou'
Solo AfjunN Mumin's clinmiMune
( Sohlllz Bour
' Phone 1281
says that they would stand ordinary
Tlio cargo, amounting to Jess than
ono hundred toon copra, is said will
bring a fair ligiire, as this commodity
Is always In demand by ' mainland
manufacturers of line oils or soap.
At last nccounts tho famished men
were offered food mid shelter on
hoard tho ship to such time as tho
money with which to pay them oft
will havo arrived. Commissioner Al
my nays Hint he will stand for no
foolishness mid will insist that tlio
men receive their Just due.
Manna Kea to Make Special Trip ts
Tim Inter-Island steamer Mauna
Kea will bo dispatched on n special
Irip tt) Knhultil, Mnul, on or about
flio o'clock on Sunday afternoon car
rying ono liiiudicd Mnultes who arc
to arrive at tho poit early tomorrow
morning as spectators In I lie Itcgatta
Tlio Maui delegation Is coming for
the puriMiso of championing the cause
of tho Piiunenu towing team. They
mo to arrive acre at least ono hun
dred strong 'and haio practically
rhnrtered tho Mauna Kea for n round
trip. Tlio Mauna Kea will In nil pro
bability return to Honolulu at mi
early hour on, Monday morning, mil
her extra lrii will in no Wny Intor
fcio with the general plan for tlio
dispatch of life flagship to Hlto and
way ports on Tuesday morning.
And the Cat Came Back.
Tho eat camo hack. This tlino she
was n passenger in tho Koim.aud Kuu
steamer Mauna l.oa. The liner which
regularly makes windward Hawaii
Hawaii ports brought In her collec
tion of livestock a crato of tabby cats.
They added to' tho general lining up
of tho voice of protest nt tho whaif
tills morning where shipments of 30
lioad rattle, 'calves, horses, mules.
pigs, turkeys, ducks, chickens and
tlogs nivnttcd tholr owners. Tlio
freight list also included 43 biles sisal,
,111 auto. .18 bales hides, 211! hales goat
skins, 0 hunches bananas, 7298 sacks
sugar nnd 175 packages sundries.
Purser Sheldon reivorls 2005 sacks
sugar nl Puniilmi and 10C0 sucks nt
Hoiiiiapt) awaiting shipment. Wcnth
er iins been cloudy along tho Kona
and Kuu coast while smooth boas pro
Mauna Loa Will Carry Large Cargo.
Tlio cargo to he supplied (ho Inlor
luhintl steamer Mauna lm on her
next trip to Koua and Kail porli will
Include shipments or 20,000 feet of
lumber, HO tons fertilizer, 100 sacks
grain, lr.il bales of Hay and &nu) brick
The i esse) is fccheiliiled to depart lit
noon mi next iTnosilny and will also
carry a largo list of cabin and dock!
No Dullness on Waterfront Tomorrow
No freight will ho received at the
scleral Inler-lsland wharves Ininnr
row, tho day being considered n legal
holiday nnd will he so observed. Tho
beveral nlcmnom on the berth for ills
patrh on Tuesday' will get away nr
usual, but cargo must bo brought to
the wharf on Monday.
Nllhau to Depart for Anahola.
Tho lutor-lsiHiiil steamer Nllhau
will ho dispatched 'for Anahola at lim
o'clock tills afternoon taking planta
tion supplies hut no passengers.
A Direct San rranclsco. Manila Line.
Manila luminous men inunngo to
Loop up a moio nr less constant ngl
Intioii for u direct nloanishlp line, nno
that will do away with tho delay ami
aminymieo of n timi'shlpmciu of
freight nt Hongkong. Tlint 'in es
tablishment or u direct steamship line
fiom tlio INielllo coast In Manila
TIDES SUN AND MOON
!We ft f f rT$ fl! - I !
Henl, ii m p.in, ft m i m
IC Mi I.I MTll.K i.1 5.17 (lit s.M
13 Of 15 eon li-itsM; mt ooo
n nl I
1.1 ?! lo UI "l J S 00I 95!
II Sl.S in 7.1 CHS iM 5. IK (IIMO.II
14 0 10 1.(1 0.50 lJ f, 50 5.4 & SO IMS
l tin; 1.7 It. 10 t.to tjo Ms &.s
. 1; lii.i i.s . H.n jh1-b4s tit; 0.W
1.11st (imrtcr of tlio moon" Sept. IB.
would tin more toward Increasing tho
lirosporlty of tho Philippine Islands
lhi any other slnglo agency, that
tho months trip from Ihc coast Is n
discouragement to financial Interests,
nnd that In llew of tho unreasonable
pcilod occupied In transit of goods at
the present tlmo Manila is suffering
from n serious commercial disadvan
tage, woro statements mndo by Har
old M. Pitt, a member or ho econo
mic committee of tho Manila mor-
hunts' association. Mr. Pitt said
that (ho trip should bo mndo In fif
teen days Iristcnd ofMhlrty, and Hint
mi effort would ho niodo to cooperate
wllh tlio business men of tho Pacific
coast toward the establishment of a
new direct steamship line.
"Thcro Is n grout need felt nt tlio
present time,'' said Mr. Pitt, "for' n
direct'' shipping lino from ono of the
larger ports of tho Pacific coast. Tho
gooti resulting from such a move
would bo of thousandfold value. A
great saving would bo effected In tho
capital Invested on goods In transit,
for nt tho present tlino over onc-slxlli
of tho oxHirls' of tho Phlllpplno Isl
nnds Is on tho water nt nil times.
Tho prosperity of tho Pacific coast
would ho Increased materially, for a
quick shipment to Manila would mean
a groat lessening of tho shipments
fiom .tho Atlantic, to this port. Wo
will endeavor to secure the help of
Parlflc Coast shippers toward thu
supiHirt or a new lino, which would
ho patronized to tho oxclusloti or oth
er lines not ortorlng similar facili
ties. American. Hawaiian at San Pedro.
Tho positive statement Is forthcom
ing tliut the Amerlrin-llnwalliin line
will occupy a largo trip of recently
artpilrcd land at San Pedro, C.il., up
on which big warehouses are to ho
erected. II Is argued Hint It Is only
a question of a very Bliort time -before
tho American-Hawaiian lino will
haio to land Los Angeles freight lit
Iis Angeles harbor. Al the present
tlmo tho freight Is landed nt Sim
Diego and hauled to I,os Angolcs nt
tho same ruto Hint Is charged be
tween Sun" Podto and !s Angeles
but the Interstate commerco commis
sion hob lately ruled In defining n
proposition tarllt that It Bhall bo un
lawful for a railroad to chargo a low
er rnte on freight moving partly by
land nnd pnrl(y by wncr than tlio
regular local 'tariff 'hctwecn tho two
mil points. Tho present locul rato
from Los ,AgcIe to Ban Diego Is1
much lilglior-than tho loOal rato to
San Pedro and to lowcr'thls to tho
proportional rato would lirfolvo n re
adjustment of nil loca rales to com
ply with tho 'provision of tho now
stale railroad law,
It Is generally believed that tho
steamship company has leased tho
sotilh tstdo of tho slip for Its steam
Gamblers on the Logan.
An attempt Is being mudo to dis
courage "wido open gambling on the
transport Logan, which sailed from
Honolulu yesterday morning on louto
lo .Manila by tho way of tho Island
of Oiiarn. Hcrctofoic ran riot on
transports Vroni tho tlmo they leave
tho docks In' San Francisco until they
get b;iek, nnd as n rule tin effort Is
made" to restrain It. Tho principal
games plajcd are poker, craps and
blackjack! with n preponderance to
favor or tho latter two, pokor scorns
to ho too Blow for many of tho nion,
and others do not understand It, but
nny man run easily loam tho game
of "craps," which Is played with dlco
ami as Is generally thu rule among
IiuiicIich of men In tho ordinary walks
of life, by Ihu end of each trip ono
or two have most of tho money.
Senator Loct a Seaman.
Ilopnillng the loss of n seaman tho
Hiltlsh steamer Senator, Captain Al
kliisou, arrived nt Ban Fianriseo on
August in from ICiuopoaii pots via
S.in Petlio. On August 4, shoitly lio
loro ho stcaiuor arrived at tho lower
Cousl port, Alexander Wlckliuni and
Fietl limax, tailors, vVho wcro rig
ging tlio slurbuiird gangway, weio
jhiovvn (ivorlioard by tho currying
nvviiy of tho tarklo. Two hunts, wcro
lovvoicil linmoilately and llfn-pio
f.'ivoiB loshi'tl in or, l.oniax was ids
cued In it short time,' hut his unlnr
lunate companion was not seen after
he went down. It is hollovctl that
ho wiih luiofkod senseless in fulling.
Wliithiiiii was iv iiutlio of Kngl uid, MS
joins of ago,
8herldan on the Way,
'I ho Dulled KliitoM army Iiiiiihxh t
Hlieildiin Is iosirlotl in havo lofi Ma
nila OBlniiiy fur Miillinhm, Nuki
tulil, Honolulu noil Hmi Fruiiiiui'it.
'I lui Hlii'ilil.'in s srhoilnloii In pick up
it tmiiiiiiiiii ur "wfiitim i iiuntiy nl
Honolulu fur tiiiiisiiiiiuiiiu in Ihu
1'niihl Tin Hliuililmi kiiiiiIi hiiIvi1
ml" mi nr iimi'll llnnhur li.
Hrm-LUTIN Af)V PAVM
Sparks from the Wireless.
C.-A. B.,8. Mnrnmn, en route from
Vnncoiucr, 8' p. tn., Sept. 14. 420
miles' from 'Honolulu; flno weather.
C.-A.. 3. S. Mnkura, en routo to
Vancouver, S p. in., Sept. 1L 6J6
miles from Honolulu".
T. K. K .8. 8. Tcnyo Mnru, en
routo to Yokohama, 8 p. in., Sepl. 14,
R00 miles from Honolulu; sea
M. N S. 8. llynilcs, en route from
Scattlo, S p. in., 8opt. II. COS miles
from Honolulu; moderate northeast
wind,- moderate sea! nil well.
' M. N. S. 8. Wlhelmlnii, eh routo to
Pan Francisco, 8 p. m., Sept. 14.
490 miles from Honolulu! fresh north,
cast wind, sen modcrato, wenthor
fine; nil well.
Olad to ome Back to Hawaii.
Filipinos, Potto Hlcans nnd a few
Havvtillans, who wcro so anxious to
leave the Islands somo months back
to take up work with tho Alaska can
ncrs, nro not having tho merriest of
times, If existing accounts now re
ceived through' tho mall can bo taken
as a criterion. With the return of
tho salmon packet Star of Iceland,
'nt San Francisco, there ensued a freo
for' all fight.' Captain Tanner of tho
packet Is said to havo prevented moio
I ban ono tragedy by timely Interfer
ence between warring Filipinos who
In one Instanco attempted to uso a
loaded lcvolvcr (h tho melee.
Donation to Seamen's Institute.
A snug: sum of money was raised
nhiong tho largo list of passengers
who arrived with tho Oceanic steam
ship Sierra on last Friday, tho amount
bclno; turned over tn tho management
of tho Seamen's Institute. Through
the kindness of Captain II. C. Iloinl
lettc, a concert was arranged at which
tlmo a collection was taken. Tho
ofltcorB In Hip Sierra havo a warm
aloha for thoMocal seamen's club as
has been demonstrated on many prcJ
i Ions occasions.
Hare I DoJIar Floated.
Tho freighter Hazel Dollar has
been Honied and now is at Muroran.
Tlio hull Is damaged but tho ship's
pumps nro able tn keep tho hull clear,
Divers' huvo liccn sent down to mnkn
an examination.1' Tcniioriiry repair
will bo mado nt Muroran and tho ves
sel will proceed to Shanghai for per
manent repairs. Chronicle.
French Bark Hat Reached the Co.
A cuhlo lo tho locnl branch of tho
Merchants" Kxcliango states that the
French hark Honchnmps calling' hero
on August 19th arrived at Portland,
Peking Playing Farewell Engagement.
The City of Peking, one of tho oili
est mid best known liners on tho I'n
cllic Cousf, made Its last voyago yos
tcnlHy w'lioii It wastowcd by Crow
ley launch No. 5 from tho berth at
Point Sail Pablo, whoro It has lulll
lor tho past seven months, to another
beith tn mora shallow water, says tho
All Hint remains of tho onco big
liner Is Its bottom, nnd whereas it
drew twenty-soven feet of water sev
en -months ngo, vvhon It was towed nl
to Point San Pablo by two lnrgo tugs,
jesterday it only drew four foot of
water and was arf easy tow for tho
Tho City of Peking was orlglunliy
owned by tho Pacific Mall Steamship
ComVany ami for" many years was
the flagship of that company on (ho
China line. In 1898 tho big boat was
chartered by tho United states gov
ornmcht to transport troops during
the Spanish-American War, and It
cmrlcil tho First Itcglmcnt of Califor
nia Volunteers to Manila.
' When Its charter to tho Oovernniclit
expired It was anchored out In Mis
sion Hay, tho place on the China run
having' been taken by a fuster and
moio modern liner. It lay out In Mis
sion Huy for Bovcrul years until a
group, of spociilntois decided It would
ho u good Investment as scrap iron.
A short tlmo Inter theso sivccula-
lorB sold It to tho California Iron
Works at An advanced price. After
removing part of Its works and ma
chinery tho California Iron Works In
turn sold tho old vessel to Hales &
Chosohroiigh ut another advanco In
Tho Hates & Chesohrniigh ponplo
intended to uso tho Iron of tho Peking
as hnllust In their sailing vossols,
il)ng liotucoii this port mid Now
York h' way of tlio Horn. At Hint
tlmo (his 111 m was not doing a big
business mid most of their vessels;
went out of this port with small car
goes. Tho now owners of tho Poking tow
ed the ship up to 'Point San Pablo
mid utmeil lo tear It down. Shortly
iiflorwanl thoy established a lino of
st earner s which run fo thu Isthmus
or Panama, vvheio Iho Kiiitcrn Height
was transhipped, In a few months
their business grow lo such an ex
lent that It w.ih no longer n ipiestlon
of how o got li.illast, hut tiw lo
gel enough vessels In wiry Hid cnrgn.
However, us Iho City of Tolling hud
by this llmo la on so far loin down
Hint sho ciillhl'liut iii;iiIii io iccotil.
inlssltinml, It win) derided u itmtlmin
Hit) Job mill In sell fur sera 1 1 Ihu iiin
Hint wiih In liuvn hut'ii iisci us lut -iik
Thin n wiih bii much lion In t tin
old lliior mit It s In such mnii mndl
lloii Mini pIiIiiiik int'ii suit Union ft
OliiwbiDiisii will mil nu mi)' iHoiiey
mi III" (Ml mill ll ft uli iliv rninti
iuiI u fww Iniinlii'ii iluiliiin in Uiu
Friday, Sept. 15.
Kona land Knit ports Mauna Loa.
stnir., a, m.
Sallna Cruz via San Diego,, San
Francisco nnd Scattlo Alaskan, A.
II. 8. 8. ,
Thursday, Sept. -14,
Kauai ports W. U. Hall, Blmr., C
Hawaii ports Holene, stmr., G 1.
' Per tmr. Mnuna Loa, from Kon.t
arid Kan isirls, sept. IS Miss Lalna
holo, Miss D. Dawson, Miss A. Kau
hano, Mrs. Ilertloman, O. Ilertlcman,
Miss M. Mnrllnscn, Mrs. 8. Kckola,
B. Baton, Mrs. K. Hills', Jnn. Ander
son, Mrs. It. Knpon, D. Knpca, Mrs.
Akana. T. C. White, D. Mnconachlo,
C. Melncckc, Rev. 8. 1 Desha) IIov.
W.'ll. Olcsen, Mrs, Aliol, L. Kealohn,
Flora .Kaal, L. Ana, D. Kaal, Miss K.
Kahtwa, Miss Paklko, Mrs. Jno. If.
Drew, C. Muller, Emma Brnllh, K.
Umo, C. Slmeona, I. Horn, Mrs. Mc
Ilr do. Miss Hindi, I Mncfarlnno, A.
Orceliwcll, Miss I Ackcrman, Ov K.
Hryant, U. Hlndcrl, Ilov, Kopn, Mlsi
M. Wnssmnn, Miss I,. Akunn, Mrs.
Wcstervolt, D. I Meyers, W.'L. West,
Win. null, F. Vdelcrs, .1. F. Miranda,
Mrs. F. Wilcox, Mnbel Wilcox, .1. Wil
cox, Mlsa F. Wilcox, .1. I). McVeigh,
H. Alapal, I.c,q Pon and 119 deck.
Per stmr. Mnuna. Kea, for Hiln via
way ports, Sept. 19. U W. Tribe, 8.
Johnson, F. 8. Dodgo, Mrs, Dodge,
Mrs. Soulo, Cnpl. Soulo, Miss I. (Jcrlz,
Mrs; A. Itichardsoii, F. .1. Short, It
Wnlkcr, J. B. Walker, MUs C. K.
Short. .1. 8. Modelros, 8. T, (landoy,
V. M. Hatch, IL B. Irwin, J. Olcnn.
Mrs. (llenn. ' ' '
Por stmr. Mnuna Ixia, for Kona
nnd Kail ports, 8ept. 19. C. Wills,
Miss O. howls, Mrs. II. F. Wehrmsnn.
II. F. Wchrniann, Mrs. .1. A. Mrtgoon.
Por stmr. Mlknhala, for Maul, Mn
lokal nnd Lmiui jiorts, Sept. 19. Mrs.
Umgtinies, 'Mrs. C. F. Jiidd.
Per stmr; Kinnu for Knunl ports,
Sept. 1ft. Francis (lay, Mrs. Easton,
Mrs. W. O. Crowd).
More New Wireless Stations.
Three now wireless telegraph sta
tions havo been erected In Alaska
and "aro now In operation at, Kodlak,
Unniaskn and St. Paul, .Prlbllofs.
Theso stalons nro using a sending
wrfo of 1,000 meters, so states the
8. F. Call.
They communicate with each other,
with Iho United States Army Signal
Corps stationed at Nome, with tho
naval wireless station at Cordova at
night only, ' In addition, the follow
ing daylight communications havo
been established: Cordova, Kodlak,
Nome, St. Paul and St. Paul, Un
alaska.. For tho present government ami
commercial messages Intended for
Kodlak nr for vessels In that vicinity
shnuld-bo sent by land wire and army
cnblo to Cordova. Messages for tho
bureau of fisheries agents at St. Paul
or other government officials or com
mercial concerns at llnalnska, or for
ships In tho Itorlng Ben or In tho win
ters nenr Unnlnskn, should ho bent
via Cordova, to bo relayed by wlro
less nt night. Urgent government mes
sages should ho sent via Nome 'In
order that thoy may bo transmittoi
hy daylight If nocossaryj
Coast Skippers Seek Pilot Jobs.
That a number of Pacific skippers
may go down to Panama for pilot
berths when tho canal Is opened
sceinB likely, for tho Government Is
offering good wages, and nttractlro
employment t8' tho seafaring mon
who caio to tnko up tho work. It Is
proposed to havoy fifty pilots lor thn
service In tho canal nnd they will
each 'receive 1300 monthly tho yeai
round. In addition to this pay thoy
will have quaiters and sustenance fill -nlshed
them nnd enrh year will havo
a month's leavo In tho United Stales
under full pny.
The straight Biliary offered Is less
than whnt Iho pilots In San Fran
cisco, for Instincc, make, but thu
fteadlncss of tho pay nnd tho sub
sistence offsot a lew extra dollar
made by tho men who tnko vessels
in and out of tho (lolden (lute. Ac
cording to (ho sklpiiem of vessels thhl
havo been to tho Isthmus recently tho
pilots' positions are going to ho good
places ntitl thcro will likely ho many
applications for tho fifty Jobs. Now
i that living conditions aro Improved
In tho canal zono thcro aro ninny1 af
flictions to tlio seafarer anil the woik
In going through Iho waterway will
l.e ninrh less strenuous than In tak
ing vessels In nnd out of tho coastl
PAItlH, Sept. :. Franco wilTlnvo
tho biggest sailing vessel hi thn
wot hi. II Is In hq launched within a
fnv weeks mid will ho called Li
Frmirti, lllie tho now .sle.im.-.lilp be
ing coinpletctl Tor Iho Fieuch lino. It
will leplaco as the nisi sailing ship
of tho win Id Hio huge (lerm.in Hillei
Pioiuson, which was lost last yo.ir on
lllll Kllgllhll CO.IHt,
l.li Flaunt will ho :i!i; feet lonu mid
.11" hviuii will ineiiniiio U'i foot, lit)
I lllultlll, I, I, till! I drill I... ,i. ,011 ,
,,,,.,. .-I,,,',,, ,, ,,q i,ni IIUH,
On Hs lln lunula will bo si(i!i, hi,.
film Minimi fmi of cuuviia, i'H)riii)
hi fniliMi n uti'ni nf n knoll mi
Imnr TlK'H' will, lnnvi'ii'i', ,o nn tm
lllluiy siHti- nf iH-ti i.iiii) oriiuiw
it inuinr, enrh iiiiiiIiik n tiiinir
Uihl iIiwIhiuM In hUii h poemi nf