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V 2- , EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1911.
I Masonic Temple ' personalities Furniture and Piano Movers 25SflrT ysSi POLICE COURT
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,AA l'0, SAM I'AllKKIl nnd CIcuigo pj., T.anoffaw fA Dknnn 1901 l i, J" ? i'.' 1
ft Dims iirv ii-iiorii-ii to be iiiiuiiuiiiB to L-lljf I rouSIcr U). - - rnonci&Ol s,lt p,. ,,,.,,,, I
Ufppklu fulflrulnr Rluy sweiul vvcidts longer on tho is Kfc l ft-v fs. fi.Kis.MiiU I
niuxiy tmuiuai (0.IRl jab, h. love n iw n. 8w j i
I mill I liaptt r No, ''
llnn.iili.iii- l'lrl lligne,
lluunll.ni I'lixl Hemic.
IIiiiiiiIiiIii ( Ii.ipli r ltinl
AM Tlilllng raemuern ol taa
Order are rordlully Invited to
atf ami meetings of locnl lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
it K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
SARiNE ENGINEERS' othei ao'
BENEFICIAL ASSIATIOH. elation, cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Mcits evers Ilrxt nml tlilnl Tuesday
ii," null ninntli In Fraternity Hall, I O
() I' Inilldliig Isltlng brothers cor
ill.ilb Invil. d to atti ml
J KolllNKON. Sachem.
U V. TODD, O of It.
COKOLULU L0T5QE, 61G, B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lcclgo No 818, D. P. 0.
Hkt, meets !n their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday tv
alnjc. VIMtlng Ilrotben ar cordially
'nvlted to atteni.
n v it. i.si:Niii:no, n. r.
ui:o t. Ki,tii:i.i:i., sec
WM. McKINLEY LODOE. HO. 8,
Into tvry 2nd and 4th Saturday
Mtiilug at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Port and lleretanlai VUlt
tng liruthitrs tvtnllnlly lnvltd ti at
lnd. k. v. Kit.m:r, o. c.
K. A. JACOllSDN,' K. R. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
lleels eviry first and third I'rlday at
7 SO o'clock I'jllil.m Hull, rnrner Hire
taula and Port Bin its Ylslllug linith
frs cnrill illy Invited In attend
k ii:cKi:it, c. c.
(i im:ini:, k of it & a.
HONOLULU ACRIE 140, F. O E.
Jliels on Fieiiinl and fnuitli Wcdnes
lay ei-iiliiu of i aili inmilli at 7 3o
n'eliii K. In Snu Anlniilci Hull, Vlui'yard
slreft, near I'.nnn.i Vlsllliu; hrollnri
are lullid In all lid.
fiPO. A DAVIS, W. P.
V.M C MVOY, Keey.
MILTON & PARSONS
i " .
lire sIlimtllK II complete line lit
SUMMER AND FALL MILLINERY
Al n Hie liit.st iiiiM'ltleK lii IV.ithirs,
Pluwirs i ml Hand 'I rliiimliig
tlutcl Street - Opposite Young Hotel
HPAt'TH lfIj HDI ACTION NOW O.S
If I 'I'"' ' n.iiiir Vi. ;:- peeled back from the Coast next i sr, 10 ammo
r ...uu..... nimiii.iv . m m .. ... . . ........
v kiiiiiuiij - v i v i ., .ji in .ill in
Tai Loy Company
The doors of our NEW JEWELRY STORE will be thrown open SATURDAY, September 23rd. You are
invited to be present and inspect our selected line of Chinese Jade Jewelry, Chinese Curios, Cut Glass,
Watches, Rings, etc.
WE ARE GOLD AND SILVERSMITHS
COI. SA.M l'AHKi:it mid (ieoigo
DihIs lire l iiorli'il to be Inleiidlui; to
nliiy KuM'ial weoliR loiiRer on Urn
I ci. ist
It V SlllNdl.K, City and County
Tn'iiKinvr, mid Mrs. Hlilimli'. mu ex
pected IhilK from the Co.ixt next
(1 rUP.I) HUSH, of the Honolulu
U W H NIU. C v and County . . - I
. , ,. ... .,,.,...., 50 I-C IK S 20 93' 7-11 tMlM .1 -.7
, I eimiuei , mill ..lis, C1IIII1KI", .lie C'A- I
Iron Worku, will return from n bunl
ncsn trip to llllo on the Muunn Kea
.1. HANDY, who represented a nyn
ilU.ilo of niallilnnd HeUHpaperB while
on it tour of the Orient, Ih n through
pashengcr 111 the l'nciflc Mull liner
China. Mr Handy Ih mild to enjoy the
illRtlnetlon of living the champion long
illxtniieQ Bwlmmer of the world
ItKNi: UK qUHUN, a well known
newHpaper nrtlnt, whu lias been hlcn
titled with mainland publications, Ih
completing a tour of the, Far Kant and
tcttirnlng to the States ax u through
p.iHucnger In the Pacific Mall steamer
U MAUSCII, a. well known curio
dealer with several branches In .Japan
ami China, Is a through passenger In
tbo China which Is now visiting the
port vii loute to San Krunclsco. Mr.
Marsch Is lettirnlng to the mainland
after completing a business tour of
M IIOUNHOI.DT, from Yokobnnm, n
merchant engaged III business there,
was a passenger In the Pacific Mall
liner China, who will make a short
stay In the Islands before resuming
the Miage to the mainland. Ho Is
nciompatileil by his wife. This Is
the first Islt of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilorn
holdt to the Islands.
MISSKS M A. and MAHY HAIl
IIINRTON, who huo spent the great
er part of the past live years on a
tour of the world, were among the
passengers to airhe at Honolulu this
morning In the Pacific Mull steamer
China The party expect to visit sev
eral points of Interest In the Islands
before taking up the oyage to the
Sen nil luiFU'iiKerB In the Pacllle
Mail liner I'hlli.i, which called at Ho
nolulu tod. i), en rente flinn the Orient
In San Praiulsio, say they met with
retaliatory measures now In effect liy
the JiipnieHii Kuerniiieut, In that no
essils other than those llliig tliejap
miese Hag can accept passengers lie-
'hiipii Hit. Na.v.rtil ttnrlM .if i'iiII III the
IkI iii1 Kniplre
lliietoroie Hie Pacific Mall, as well
as ullii r lines, such as the Nonlileiit
si In r l.lnil, Priiuh Mall, Pi nlnsiihir
ami Orliutnl mid nihil' dig passenger
liiiis, has been acci ptllig local IiuhIiicsh
littuieii Japaiiiso purls of .call To
Hie aMiiige lsllnr to Dal Nippon, tint
pi Iv Hi ge of lirtuklng the Journey from
me end of the elliptic, to the oilier by
Die nsslxtaiiri. of Din llnely-appolnted
sleiiushlpH that make frequent culls at
NnKiKiil.1, Knhu and Yoknluima has
lirnvid a dillKhtfiil exptrlenco nnd
nildi d a iniiisiiru of rtthf to an other
wise iniiiiiitiiiiiiiiH Journey liy rail.
Ollliers of the China slate that the
in ciiihlulse laus In Japan have gone
Into i fleet, mid no more tickets call bit
Issind liy steainshlp companies In Ja
pan for Jiipnixso ports except on
Btiiimtrs uniler the Japaneso Hag. A
I miinlier of wotild'lie iii.seiiKers unnble
to leacli Knhe liy train tried to buy
tlckils, soinii liy the P. k O, others liy
Hie N D I., line, hut were told no
mote tlclii ts toiild be sold by them to
coist purls The government Is very
Klililly enforcing the law.
. ist in: (ii:mi:imi:. .iiomimii.h.
Am Ronnlng, ilen "tlen Beptember,
1111, wlrd tile Dimlscbe Klrrhe wieiler
geoeffuet seln. Uni IMfi wlrd Bonn-
Immui tniln ..... 11 III... 11 ,..A..nu
lllHim-Hlllv, lllll I, ..III HUUI'IK1'!1 I
" HBt (I till lllll 7.30 Abcildguttvsdlelist
Watklvr Uallotlo ai .r. Tr
lUCi n ni nA n 4?t e n m n in
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MESSAGES FLASHED FROM CHINA A3
SHIP SANK BENEATH THE WAVES
Bravery of Empress Liner Operator Much Commented Upon
By Visitors In Pacific Mail Boat To Sail for Coast To
,morrow Mauna Loa Away for Kona and Kau Big
Shipment of Canned Pines Dix Here On Monday.
A jotiiiR wlieless operator sat In
his little room on the upper deck of
the Canadian-Pacific liner Hmpicss of
China nud flashed calls for assistance
while the passenger steamer slowly
but surely settled In several fathoms
of water after going aground nml dam
aging her bottom, at n jsilnt about
lorty miles distant from Yokohama,
The bravery displayed by the wire
less man In Hie Cmprcss steamer In
sticking to his post and endeavoring
to keep In communication with the
shore station at Ttiklo, under the
must Irving circumstances, has been
a t'jplc for much commendation iiiu
the part of not only the largo list
of passengers, but with shipping peo
ple throughout the Far 1-tbI.
According to the Blory brought by
the ofllcerH In tho Pacific Mail steam
er China which arrived at Honolulu
after n very pleasant voyago from
China and Japan ports this morning,
the wireless operator continued to
send messages into space until the
water which finally entered his little
oHIco was well over his knees.
Still he Htaed by lils""ke"yinnd dur
ing tho minutes Hint tho seas found
their way Into his room, lie fairly
worked ngulnxt time. It was only
when tho water had reached n height
that it pi evented the operation of tho
powerful dynamo that tbo wlrolosi
man was compelled to discontinue
sending fiutli his signals of distress.
. PiirHef O. if. lenders of tho China
stated to visiting newspaper repre
sentatives this morning tliat when
the Pacific Mail steamer passed the
wrecked Kmpress liner, attempts to-
wauls floating tbo latter vessel bad
been temiiorarlly abandoned liy the
Canadian-Pacific Company. Tho sal
vago of tho Imipress of China lias
been turned over to n .Inpaucso con
cern, who arc said to have a fotcn of
men at work with tbo exsctallnn of
saving nlHiut ever) thing that Is of
any value. Considerable doubt ex
ists whether tho empress can ever bo
refloated again. Somo weeks ago It
wns freely predicted that tho distress
ed sleamer would soon enler tho C. P.
servlco ngnln, but later reisnts from
the wreck are very discouraging to
the salvage coris which first visited
tho sceno of wreck.
Tho Pacific Mall liner w-ns along
side tho Channel wharf by eight-thirty
this morning, nnd work was Immedi
ately begun In taking out 3C2 tons
Orlcnlnl cargo for discharge ot Hono
lulu. This mcrchniisfl Includes ship
ments of 1SGS packages of general
W.C. Peacock &Cv, Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
I Mont Rouge Wines
A Discount of 10 will
merchandise, 990 packages of Chinese
and Japanese provisions, 190 cases of
Chinese wine, 27 packages of liamlioo
wnie, 23 cases of flro cinckcrs, 1 case
of ninmifactiirqil silk goods, IS rolls
of matting, Gi ciscm of curios, 31
baleK of stnrwlioard, 238C tubs of
shoyu and mlo IS I bags of bonus
93 boxes ot tea, 3t! cases of clocks
and 35 cases of champagne.
The passengers landing at Hono
lulu were 14 cabin, second class
and C2 Asiatics. The Asiatic pan
sensors consist of 29 Japanese, 7 Chi
nese and 2G Filipinos. Among tho cib
In passengers for Honolulu aro Mr.
nnd Mrs. M. Uornholdt. Mr. llorn-
hohlt Is a Yokohama merchant who
with big wife Is visiting Honolulu for
tho first time. The thrco Miss Hnr
rlngtons aro tourists who havo heon
traveling for tho past five jcars and
who exicct to pass several hnppy
months visiting the Hawaiian Islands.
Passengers for San Francisco In
clude Mr. Frnnkel, n show man, who
Intends to return to Honolulu in tho
near future with a company of ten
peoplo. J. Handy and wife nro re
turning to Chicago after a visit to
tho Orient. Mr. Handy is connected
with a big Chicago Kiper and nlsoj
enjoys the tit lo of tho champion long
distance swimmer of Hie world. '
(!. Marsh, u big Japanese curio deal-'
cr of San Francisco Is returning home
after a visit to Japan.
Mr. Itenc ilctQiietln, an artist and
newspaper man, Is on his way homo
nfler nn extended visit to the Orient.
Irmgard Taking Full Load Sugar.
The barkenllno Irmgnnl is leaving
Mnliiikoua for the roast on Saturday
taking a full load of sugar according
to 1'un.er Itlleber of Ihe Inlor-lslai'd
steamer l.lkellkc. Tho steimer re
turned with five deck passengers ami
cat go Including 50 sacks charcoal
one horso and n quantity of sundries.
The Ukellke met with flno weather
on the tilp to Maul nml Hawaii miiIh.
Ono thousand sacks of Union Mill
sugar Is reHrted as lemalulug (hero
and awaiting shipment to Honolulu.
Whale Takes to Hanalel.
Tho Utile steamer Hanalel formerly
of tbo lntei-lslaud licet and now on
tho coaiil and In service with tho In
dependent Steamship Company has
been adopted by n whale. At least
tills Is Ihe belief of Captain llnmma
nud his officers, who reported iiKin
arrival of tho Hiinnlci at Ran Fran
cisco from San Pedro Hint for tho
third time In two weeks their vessel
bo allowed on all Cash Snlen on Opening
0 37 .171 S.M
MM 91 SUl SSI
i 1 1 ss ism aijjii it n.io s vi Mil
New union Kept. 22 at 4:UG a. m.
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cnlile In Merchants'
Frld.i), Seplcmhrr 'li.
SAI.INA CltlJZ Sailed, Sept. 21, S. S.
Mexican, for San Francisco via San
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Sept. 22,
noon, S. S. Siberia, hence Sept. 1G.
VIIU;t.i;sS S. S. Korea will dock nt
Alakeu wharf Monday morning fiom
San Francisco and probably sail In
tho afternoon for Yokohama.
had been escorted by ono of tho huge
leviathans of tho deep for a consider
It seems that the mascot, ns the
whalo Is now most generally rcforre.l
to, has In each Instnnco made Its uii
pearanco when tho sleamer passed
Point Stir. From (hU point tho mas
cot has accompanied tho vessel lo n
iolnt within n few miles ofatlio har
bor entrance. Tho big fish his nover
been Been when the vessel was steam
ing toward tho south.
The ntilmnl illsinirts his huge bulk
all about the ship, sometimes sending
columns of water high into the nlr.
At times dives under tho surfaco of
tho water nnd Is Invlslblo for several
minutes, but never falls to reapiicar
again from time to time until the
vessel gets within reach of the port.
Tho crow or the Hanalel believe
that their mascot is tho mate of the
whalo that was cut in two hy llio ship
Ilecla two weeks ago, when that ves
sel wan on tho wny to San Francisco
fmm Alaska, and has adopted tho Ha
nalel as its new mate.
The next trip of tho Hanalel Is
looked forward lo with expectancy,
and a number of wagers havo nlrt'ndy
been made as to whether tho mascot
will again mnko Its appearance when
the little steamer returns from San
Pedro. Those on board havo no fear
that tho big fish has hostile Inten
tions, for It nover treks a closo in
spection of tho ship.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Maul Island
Nly side V:.llukii Coast Spartan
Reef Ilell lluoy, 1, out of iKisltlnn
1200 feej to windward or Kahtilul
Ilteakvvaler, will ho replaced as 'soon
Among tho many palling viwcli
meeting disaster during tho recent
storm on the Went Coast was the
French baik Madeline. Tho Madeline
was driven ashoio at Iqiibiue. Willi
ilamngo to her bottom she was towed
Into shallow waters, but heroic io
palts could be effected she turned on
her side and sank In four fathoms.
It Ih retried that on account of her
condition nnd tho luisltlou In which
hho Is lying she will probably not be
salved. In tho snmo storm the Fiench
blilp Cavalier Clmnpa. stiuclc n sub
merged lock lusldo tho h'irlior at
Iipiliiuc and sank in eight fathoms of
water. She has since hen sold as she
Another effort will bo made to float
Ihe KosmoH liner Sesoitrls, which has
been aahoro on tho west coast of
South America for the past five years.
Tho vessel went nshore In tho sand
while en route from Hamburg for San
Francisco nnd attempts to float her
huvo pi oved unsuccessful timo and
again. Sho was Mild hy tho iindei
w diets mid baa been use.) ns a cof
fee wmcliouse. IMwurd Ilevoily of S.in
Pinnclhco has acquired tho stoamcr
and tho salvage will bo undertaken
In his behalf. The vessel has been
ki'pt In good condition nnd her ma
chinery is' said lo bo In fair shape.
8 17 f, 4J f, 13
kong and Japan mrls, Sept. 22. I'lir,
Honolulu: M. llornholill, Mrs. M. Trt..mo nii,KOit Chinese game
lloinhohll, .Mrs. II. HiiBagawn, Mis w(i Htro ntrvfU.lX nBt Monday
M. Harrington. Miss A. Harrington.' ' , ,,,)(,r ML.Dunu, lin,l bis staff
Miss Mnry Harrlngtoii, K. Ikc.la, T n ft bmm op) MllUllllk,. Mreet, near
Mllsuniigii, Choiig Kim Sing, Mrs. (( , lllHU(, t, ,Mlm i,,'tlon Hilt
Chong Klni Sing, Mrs. Chan Slice, ,, ,' rl nratory to the opening of
Mrs. Lcong Slice, S. K. Takagl, Mr.' mmVt curl. They were
H. TnkiiRl. For Han ItbiicIbco: J. . .. ...... y. ciilllliic-
Illcknell, Miss II. Drunks, S. lllakcly
,. .. ,.ii...i..
Mis. S. llrlggs, Miss C. Ilrlggs, Win,
Clarke, Miss A. Clarke, A. Cox, Mrs,
A. Cox, Cbarllo Chu Mrs. M. Do Von.
O. Duncan, Mrs. (1. Duncan, II, Fry,
II. Frnukol, Fung Hun, Chang Hun,
.1. Handy, Mrs. J. Handy. T. Harri
son, Mrs. It. Henderson, F. llamltsch
F. Ilaullmil, I. Hlrno, Mrs. I. Hlrao,
Mrs. F. Ilotln, Chlng Hung lp, Chuck
Jnw, Chu I. In, Mis. 1), Johnston, T.
Jordan, MrH. T. Jordan, Thos. Jordan,
Miss liesslo Jordan, N. Kellogg, 'Mrs.
K, It. Kennedy and Infant, l-eong
Kwoug, Mrs. Hi Pcprlcto, Mrs. I Ly
man, J. Mnltuin, K. Minnto, Miss .1
Murray, tl. Marsch, Miss M. Mlyie
zawa, T. Nlshlkawn, Mrs. T. Nlshl
kawa, .Vaster Harry Orrcll, Mrs. M
O'Conncll nud Infant, II. Ostrnnder.
Itcno do Quelln, Miss M. Ruiz, Mrs,
C. Sanborn, Miss I.. II. Scott, n. Shaw,
A. Spcakman, V. Stephens, Miss It.
Sato, D. Tatulbcig, Miss M. Tytlcr
Miss J. Turner, Jung Sing, Mrs. Jang
Shee, Mis. I.ovv Shee, Wm. Warren
er, S. Weschlor, J. West, Woo Ying
Chucn, Wong Chong Yet, Sen Yin,
Chung Quong Young, Hong Yuen,
Per stmr. W. 0. Kail, for Kauai
ports, Sept. 21. Mrs. W. Stewart, It,
W. T. Purvis and wire, Miss Nunes
F. Kggerklng and wire Miss I,. Rose
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Maul nnd
Hawaii, Sept. 22. Mrs W. I. (Irclg,
Mrs. W. A. Anderson and child, W. F.
Martin, It. S. Polllstcr, J. II. Ilnnnell
and wife, W, Kit and wife. Mrs. J. A
Williams, J. A. Williams, .Mr. Harnett
and wire, Jap. N. Iiarnott, II K. For
iiandcz. A, O. Henderson, I D. Dull'
can, Mrs. A. W. Richardson, Miss R.
Hocklugs, A. Rawlins, Miss M. Frel-
tua, Mr. 0. Freltas, Ed. Kcllett. W.
I.arsen and wife, S. O. Noda, K. Sab
to and wife, K. Walker, R. McQrcen,
Mr. nud Mrs. Hlclinrds. Ira. W. W.
Westcoat and two children, F. A.
Simpson. J. N. llonnell, Kva Rollaud,
Mrs. nlnham nnd W. A. Anderson and
Per stmr. Mauna Kea' for Hllo via
way rls, Sopt. 2G. C. W. Trlbo,
Mrs. A. W. Richardson, Mrs. Ilcldel
licrgcr, C. M. L. Watson, Frank May,
Miss ,M. Marion, M. Mclntyro, James
Mattoon, IL Aknna, W. D. McCnllum,
Mrs. McCullum, Miss Rarrcclougli,
Per P. Jf. S. S. China for San Fran
cisco, Sept. 22. Leon llonlsberger,
Airhle C.ulld, Mrs. J. K. Drown, Miss
H. Hughes, H. A. Illlbert, M. II. Hen
ton. Dr. J. 1 Richards and 11 second
Per stmr. Mauna I.oa, for Kona and
Kau Kirts, Sept. 29. Hong Chark,
lllshop Restarlck, Mrs. ,. B. Aungst,
Mrs. J.D. Paris.
Per slmr. Kliiau, for Kami ports,
Sept. 2G. Heo Fat, J. McClellan, A
KEEP GOVERNOR AWAY
As far ns enn lie ascertained, Gov
ernor t'renr will not be hack tomorrow
us was expected. Instead ho will be
hhootlng goats on Kaboolawe with
Klien 1.0W nnd some of tho heads of
ilepiil tuients in the Capitol.
Wuter Chief Martin leaves today to
Join them, nnd Forester Ralph S. Hos
mcr Is nlready on Maul, vvhero lie Is
trying to ascertain the cause of the Tor-
..I. ..n i.n.l ii Imlt, nnl In.il .1, llll- nfT
ists on east windward Maul living off.
Di legato Kuhlo may go down with the
party. It was snld today, but the report
Unit be will bo 111 tbo shooting party
with the downier Is considered hu
morous. WATERFRONT NOTES
U. S. A. Dlx, en route from Seattle,
8 p. ni. 700 miles from Honolulu; ar
rive Monday, a. m. I
P. M. S. S. Korean, en route from Two furnished rooms In prlvnto fnm
San Francisco, 8 p. m. 1120 miles off; Hy, suitable for teachers or students,
nil well. at 1445 King St. ram-at
Day I Hotel,
"i"'" ' -
worth, but owing to mutual arrange
ments kiiido hy the prosecution nnd
di fense, their trlnl was postponed until
Max Alfonso, who Is alleged to have
committed larceny on n United States
military reservation, was linndul over
to the Federal authorities for action.
,sslstniit District Attorney W T Haw-
llni, who was In court tlil-i morning
us special counsel for Tung lino, lis-
Blind Judge Mousarrnt that the easo
ngnlnst Alfonso will bo looked Into by
RECRUITING WORK IS
NOT HAMPERED IN SPAIN
Dr. Victor S. Clnrk, commissioner
ot Immigration, said this morning that
tho hoard has had no reason to be
lieve Hint the Spanish rovolts retri
ed from Madrid aro Interfering with
the progress of tho Terrltorj's agents
In recruiting plantation laborers hcu.
"Wo have received no such Intima
tion," said ho, "and If anything seri
ous should come up we should un
doubtedly hear. As a matter of fact,
tho situation Is different In Spain
Irom that in Portugal. Spain Is bo
largo and we nro wot king In bo many
different places that It Is not likely
that wo would bo much hninpered.
Then, too, our work Is mostly In tho
agricultural districts, and Ihe news
of tho troubles Is from tho cities."
Temperatures G n. m, 72; 8 a in,
75; 10 n. m, 79; noon, 80; morning
nitrometer, 8 a. m , 29.9G; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m., 7.578 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a m,
SI per cent; dew point, 8 a. m, (19.
Wind G a. in., velocity 5, direction
N. K.; 8 a. in., velocity 7, direction N.
K.; 10 n. m , velocity 10, direction V. ;
noon, velocity 12, direction K.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m., .01 Inch.
Dot little space remains disengaged
on tho trans-Paclflc steamers sched
uled to sail from Portland up to lata
in the Fall, and It Is announced that
the Frank Waterhouse Company nny
decide to send another freighter hero
in Noyember to assist tho regular
fleet In taking caro of tho Increased
Ira flic. The same situation Is said
to be truo with tho lines running
from Pugct Sound to China and Jap
an. Officials of the Illue Funnel lino
havo given out that they will ho un
able to makn additional bookings for
freight until after Chilstmas.
In tho meantime practically every
steamer leaving Portland and iho
Sound will go out laden lo capacity
with wheat and Hour. The. inrieined
business ts reported to ho attiihut
ahlo partly to tho cut In rales made
last month by nil or tho Hues npei
atlng rmm the Pacific Northwest.
Two steamers or tho Watcihouso fleet
tho Strath! on and Ortcrlc will
Ball trom Poitland this month, Tho
Strath! on was scheduled to go out
September 20 and tho Oitorlc Sep
tember 30. Tho Orterlc will take out
55,000 barrels of flour and 100 tons
of wheat fiom Portland and go to
the Sound to finish. About 35,000 bir
rels of flour will leave on tho Strath
lynn. Tlio derelict destroyer Seneca b is
jl(.Pn ordered from her homo fdatlon
t jfevv York to cruise off Charleston,
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S. C, nnd nlil vessels In distress.
Furnished room nnd lionrd In private
house, walking dlstanco from post
nlllce. Address "II. .", Diillellu of
" FOR 'RENT.
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