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All visiting mrmbtrn nl tb
Order re cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINtERS" 01het W
BENEFICIAL A?Sftr.IATI0R. elation, cor
HAWAIIAN TRIDE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
3 Meets evil) llrxt (Hid llilrd Tue.l.i)
j ir mill uiniitli III I'nitt i iilt Hall, I U
f O V building Visiting brothers cm
illally ln Itetl to iittcnd
- V J ItDHIN'SUN. Sachem.
SE 11 V. TOIU, C if It.
HOKOIUtU LODGE, 610, B. T. 0. E.
Honolulu LodRe No. 1, n. P. 0
lks. meets in their hall, on King
llreet, near Port, very Friday v-
: nlng. Visiting Hi-others are cordially
'mlted to ntlcni.
i) l it. iri:.n'iu:r, h. it.
UKO. r. kmti;gki Sco.
fWK. McKIMTEY LODGE. HO. 8,
K. of P.
jEjfcV Meeie every 2nd and 4th Baturdar
fining at 7-30 o'clock la IC. 6t P.
Hall, cor. Port mid lleretaula. Vlalt
tng brothers cordially Invited to at-
F. F. K11.I1CT, C. C.
Ii A. JACOUSON, K. n. a.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. cf P,
ml ...id ll.lr.1 IT.dnv .1
' Meets ctcry llrtst and third I'rlilay at
,. 7-50 o'clock, r tlil.m Hull, comer Horo-
,' S ftiinlu ami I'oit Htrrels, Viiltlns hroth
L ii.,,.. , ... ....,
, via vijkii.in; iiiii.-ii in lull-nil
b nr.t'KUR, c. o.
O HHINi:, IC of It & 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Metis on fcicoud and fourth Wednes
day t'Muing of caih inontli ut 7:30
o'cloik, in San Aiituuln Hall, Vineyard
Btrril, near Ihnuia VlfllliiK brothers
are luvltid to nlt-ml
en :o. a davis, v. p.
VM C JI'COY, Secy.
2.UT0N & PARSONS
Have received ex Sierra especially
'trimmed STREET nnd DRESS HATS.
HOTEL ST., Opp. Youna Cafo
III.'AtlTll'l I. NIII'IT rill.T
Millinery Parlors, Doston Uuildinj
N Kntniday MRS. F. S. ZEAVE, lit
hir rooms In the Young luillillii;,',
will npi'ii up new lines In Shirt-
I waists, Coats and Novelties utulud
t ex H. S. f.i.rlliiu
Manila and Madeira Embroidered
Collars, Cuffs and Handkerchiefs
Baby Pillow Slips
1027 Nuuanu Streot
BEGINNING JUNE 3
j All the Hats at Reasonable Prices
W k I j II u 1 1 e 1 1 u hit J ear.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JME ISLANDS
(Spul.il Cubic u .Mirchnnh'
Wednesday, Oct. 4.
HAN rilANCISCO-Anlveil. Oct 3:
Hchr. Muriel, front lliiniiliii, Sept 7
HAN ITIANCISCO Arrived Oct 3 4
V in-. H S. I.urllnc, licnco Sept 2t.
tlltAYS IIAItllOlt Salted. Ilkt News-
ls). fur 1 1 oiioliitii on Sept 3D.
SAUNA CItl', Sailed Oct. 2 S S.
Allssonrlun, for Ban Francisco via
IT. R A T. ShiTlilnll ulll nrrlvi
Mnluril.it morning fioin Manila nnd
nll In the nMcrnoon for San Fran
S S Chlvo M:irll. will i.rilvn In
niortow ul inion. from Yokohama nnd
h.iII nl 10 o clock Friday inoinlug for
MISS ANNA ItOSi: nnd ('apt Ilrn-
cBt Anderson arc to ho married this
Mlt AM) MRS It CllltlHTIi: hnc
irtnincd from Hulciw.i and ale re
siding at Kalniukl
(Wlll.i: OPHItATOIl MOOIti: Is go
lug to Mldw.i) lo relieve an operator
mm theio. .Moore ulll he there for
MISS MY DAMON dcp.ulcd )cs
leid.i) Tor n I rip thioiigh .lap.m mill
China. Sho ma stop In .l.ipan scv
V i:ili:i.l.N(l, who has hern with
the Wiiinukii plantation fur twenty
thiee vcuis In the cipachy of chemist
and sugar holler, has resigned the po
sition MARTIN A CIIASi:, of Mtcrsldc,
(nl. who has heen spending n six
weeks .iiii(Ioii in Honolulu, was one
uf the outward-bound passengers on
Hie Sierra this morning. Mr. Chaso
Is a paituei' In tho National Fruit Co,
the Inlgost .'Spotting concern In Cal
ifornia. Ho Is ii iccognled expert on
scientific orange culture.
MR. I.KNNIX, manager of thu Sachs
Dry ('oods emporium, will ictiirii to
Honolulu on the uct steumer from
the coast Mr Iciiiio has been on
ail extended puichasiiiK tour of the
States nnd litis runsneked nil of the
fashion (.enters for tho latest up-to-date
goods for the holiday trade.
These goods mo arrlWng by oiery
steamer and uro being placed on ex
hibition. ' lIllUirLu ul I
SiipcHntciideut of Kdiicntlon Willis
T I'opo has jimv ierclcil ropoils
fioiu neail) all of tho siiiieivlsiug
pilmlpals nnd taken light thiuiigh
llio me ery ri.itlHT.ictor .
Tho principals are lo meet Satiu-
1 . i moiuiiiK ut tho deiuiitmcnt wlieu
tlie will ho lustnictcd In tho Mirlous
schemes that ntc laid doun for thu
' ear ahead of them. One of thu inula
items will ho lh.it In (ouncctlou with
lie giadlug of teachers, This Is til
lie curled nut this cnp bo thill all
of them will hu graded according lo
Iho same sj stein. Ily tlicso means n
teachci c an ho Iniiisferred from any
one vcIhhiI to tho other without nil)
chance of llmllng an Inequality in the
(.railing when ho nirlU'H ut tho new
Reports fiom Hawaii show Hint ar
irangcniciilK havo now hecu made for
Iho Kapeho kiIiooI to open. Tho imp
'HiMirs Iiiimi made a deal with the
owners of tho Korean ihurcli whereby
Iho srliool authoiltlcs can hao Ihu
use of it for Unco or four months at
nil) rale. Tliey uio furnishing R and
geueial lilting it up for school put
II Is hojied that by tho tlmu lliey
want it hack again that some rur
Hut airanguinciils can ho arrlu'd at
foi building a now school there.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Manuel Ituinos, cliaiged with as
i.iult with a deadly weapon was ar
raigned this morning hcfoio Jtin'gu
t'onpor in llio ciluiiniil couit. He
plcailed not guilty and Ihc caso has
been plat oil on tho calendar.
Mall dlspitch in tho Matson Navl
gallon steamer Luilliio Is tojinrtod to
luie an hod ut San rranclhco at foul
o'clock )csteiila aflornoon. Tio
1. inline s'liled fioiu Honolulu uti Hep
TJiu Aineilcan baikentliio NcwBlmy
is eu unite to Honolulu with a full
caign of lumber acioidliig to cables
tiielvcd fiom Iho Coast today. Tio
Nowshoy sailed from Ulus llaihor
on last Satimliiy.
Itusukl, JiijuiiKse, charged ltli leav
ing his liorno unlliil, forfeit! d Ills hall
money toduy Jcrr Ktipajiu was tax-
id 'l for gilllng drunk u a public
plied 1) O'llilen, who piouilhod Judgo
Muiisarrut jiatinlay iniiiiiliig that iu
uoiild lc.no the Immud iiloiin III tile fit-
line, was a touhpUiious llgurii in II. u
pll'iipeis' iouiM)iipil He iniiilii lines
planatjou tills morning when usked
wh) lie did not keep auaj from Ihiuor.
The i unit hulided diiiiu u stllT tuiuisli-incut
EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY,
City Transfer Co.
JA8. H. LOVE
PACIFIC MAIL SEEK ADDITIONAL
STEAMER FOR PACIFIC SERVICE
Report Has It That Schwcrin Is Dickering With Atlantic
Transport Company For Suitable Vessel Oil as Fuel for
Trans-Pacific Route Sierra Departed Witli Few Pas
sengersWindjammers Race With Lumber Destined for
That tho Paclllc Mall Steamship
Company Is iiioio than likely to add
uuothcr steamei to tho tiaiis-l'aclllc
tertlec "llhln the coming jcar Is tho
prediction which was made hero )cs.
terday with tho arrival of the To)o
Klscu Knlslui liner Shlnjo Maru.
The story going tho rounds In San'
Francisco stcainthlp elides at tho
time of departure of tho .lupaucso
vessel for Honolulu hi lolly stated Is
to the effect that thu mission of It. P.
Schwerlu, tho Pacific Mall VIcc-lTo-sldciit
ami (ieneial Manager, who is.
said to have hastened lo tho Atlantic
coast, was to attempt to close a deal
for charter or purchase outright of
ono of the remaining steamers oper
ated by the Atlantic Transport Com
pany. The Paclllc Mall has for some time
past used oil us fuel on Its vessels
In tho coasting and Panama service
It Is stated on excellent nutlioilty
that the company has decided to ex
tend Iho use of oil tr the liners now
traversing tho ttniis-Paclllc and semi
tioplcal mute. To effect this tin
Kirtaut change for an extended pe
riod, the liners Manchuria, Mongolia,
Slbcila, Korea and China would bo
placed out f commission In turn for
an extended pcilod. To lay up iuiy
ono of these vessels Is figured would
seriously illsni rango tho existing
ichcdules now In oguo besides gtc.it
ly crippling the service from u pas
senger and cargo standpoint.
In acquiring; another vessel, the
Pacific Mail would ha In n position
lo maintain the sumo sailings is
planned nnd lliolcfoie ho ulilo to M-
pcily euro for the business offered t.io!
It Is stated that there aio several
steamers In Iho Atlantic that aio
available for use of tho Mull com
pany. In ono or two Instances they
would reipiiie hut little ultcutliin to
render them serviceable for tho Paci
Vlco President and General Man
ager Schwciln Is also dcchlrcd ns
about to enter Into a contract with
an Atlantic const shipbuilding con
cern for tho construction of two big
llticis of which extended mention was
nude through tho columns of the
11 ii 1 1 o 1 1 u months ago.
Pacific Mall Tries Out Oil Burners.
Tho Puclflc Mull liner Pouns)lvu-
lila, which lias iceu coi.v cried at the
Union Iron Works iuto an oil burner,
has liceu given lis trial trip. Tho
liner Is pulppcl wllli Iho latest sj
tcm of oil burning apparatus, Tho
oil, liral. il to u temperature of about
20') degrees, )n fed under pressure und
goes Into tho fuinnni practically In
tho f(iu of gas. The steam Jot ami
Klomlzcr of earlier -jjbtcnis urn dope
away with. Under tho new system
tho cost of operation Is sal.) o ho
icduccd In a minimum uml practically
pcifcct combustion gives tho highest
degree of clflclciicy.
Tho City of Para and Iho lolanuvv
mo already similarly eqtipiin am)
o;i them the, now method lum given
ovciy satisfaction. Tio Pennsylvania
trial proved all that had hecu expect
fJann Smith Smashes Several Records
As an Illustration of Iho advantage,
to eommerco of pioper facilities for
the handling or f eight, the recon!
mado this 111911th by fho steamer
N111111 Smith Is IJIuuluutlng. It Is a
cusp of scjcntlllc maiagement pine-
tlcally applied, suys Iho San I'Van-,
Tho Naiin Smith Is owned by llio
U. A. S)iili J.umlier company, .which
litis lis vhurf jit Hay point. Tho Nairn
W,C, Peacock Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors ' Tel. 1704
Family trade a Specialty
(Mont Rouge Wines
Sojp Agent? 1 M.umm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Siullli runs between Coos Hay ami
Ihls port anil brings home each trl
about l,Kim,iun feet of lumber. In
Inadlng the vcsbcI ut Cons Hay, tho
lumber Is placed 011 liond In slings
ami when II icaihes Ray point all
the stevedores true to do Is to hook
on to theso sling i and swing Iho lum
ber lo Iho wluirf.
Tho Kfinii Sli'lh left Coos ll.i)
Wednesday and in lived hero Friday
with l.CUtl.COn feet of Im.ibrr. This
as dlscliiiigcd und .vcileiday t lie
steamer sailed aga:i, foi Cjos Hay.
The Nan n Smith has been moving,
with this expedition for mouths. The
steamer has nlroidy biotight four
cargoes tills month, and will hi lug
one iiioio before the cud of the month,
making n total of sumyum feet or
lumber delivcie.l ut ll.i) point din
O. S. K. Plan for Fact Transpacific
That a faster trans-P.icllIc lino
with passenger slcaineis Is nntlcl)iat
cd by the Osaka Shosen Kalsha
which maintains a forlnlglitly service
with tho stcamcis Panama Maru, Me
xico Maru, Chicago Maru and Caimlit
Maru, freighters with sin ill iiccmiiino
datlotis for iia.s.sengers, Is goueiall)
icporlcd. The O. S. K. his onleied
two cargo steamers of ,1000 tons each
fiom the Armstrong Compiuy of i:ng
l.nnl, to nrtlvo In Japan In December
for the serylco to the Island of For
mosa nnd South China. They have
also piirchtiboil n Ilrltlsh steamer of
liOOO tons for the riiiiio lino, which
will operate In loujuiiclli 11 with the
loiiuer Too Klscn Kalsli 1 liner A1110
Chinese Sailors Performs Brave Deeds
Tho dlsastioiis Shanghai, China
shipping lire In which tJn.e large
steamei s were badly dainagod devel
oped a number of acts of hcjolsm on
Die part of Chinese sailois. It Is re
potted that tho Haiiihiitg-Ainoilca
lino steamer Melshuii burned follow
ing nil explosion on hoard ami that
tio crew had no lime to cut llio ves
sel udrlft or kivo their belongings
and vveiu foiced to Jump Into tho
river, in my with their clothing on
lire. All weie rescued. A daring deed
was done l a Chlticso sailor of tho
lug Samson, which maiiciivciod closo
to tho burning vessel, Ho swam will)
11 hawsei and made It fast to Ihc an
chor dialii tvvjee, Jwt thu llro burned
Iho rope tluough, hut the third time
Iho Oiiental, despite serious hums
made fast a who cildo which allow
ed the steamer lo ho towed out from
Iho other gulpplfig and Iho wharf and
prevented much iiioio damage.
Bark Met W)th Oleaster.
Advices fiom Melhoiiruo contain
dctulls of the mishap lo Iho lliillsh
Imrk. Druniiuiilr, which was leccnlly
icporlcd ut S)dney In distress. Dur
ing the passage of tho Druiiimiilrfroui
Algon Ha) to Sidney licr forciinst
was curled iiway In u heavy sloriu,
and, In falling, luniight with It Iho
main mval must and gear attached.
Tho deck was plciccd by tho fallni;
wicckage, which had to bo cut away
lor tho vessel's safety.
Big Shipment of Canned Goods.
What Is claimed to ho tho luigcst
cargo of canned goods over shipped
fiom San Fianclsco lo Iho United
Kingdom was In (lie hojd (,f 1)10 Hart
ilbim lino steamer Candidate, Capt
tulii Hushrorth, vvhlcji sailed on Supr
temher l.'l for Umdon ami IJverpool,
Tho coiislgnmont consisted of "03,000
cases, )7ri,00fl , rases, of , wlilcji ,aro
mado yp of v;ilims Califiri)l!i, fruits.
WJijj.i 1 11 m
,1 '"II1 III " 11
OCT. 4, 1011.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
I m ii in. p in
II IV, I 0 mu tu
l I! 16 I r. SOI
is', i a i .in mi
' I J J!t S.ls
tl! II UT 0U
I, Ml p III
.it: ii 3 ti
Ii LL '! .y
s .HI. f, m'
Knit iiiooii Uelohcr 7 ill 0:40 p.
The balance consisted of new season
salmon. In addition to this tho Can
didate had shipments of wine, honey
and lumber, tho entire cargo being
valued at 1750,000.
Schooner Mlndoro a Winner.
In ii yi)iigc from Columbia Itlvci
In Honolulu In which the America!,
schooners Mlndoro and tho J). J). Jlcii
cllxrm participated nnd which vessels
icaclicd tho port Into )cslcnlay aft
ernoon, the Mlndoro, under the com
iiianil of Captain 13. C. Larsen arriv
ed a winner of what might ho termed
n spliltcd race.
The Mlndoro cleured from Astoria
on September ltlh while the llendlxoii
left the Oiegou lumber port the da)
before. Captain Tliumcll, master of
the Hendlxon now uttilhutes Ills fail
ure to make poit ahead of his rival
lo the fatal "thirteenth" of thai
Tito Mlndoro was boarded by the
Federal customs olllcers at .1M0 yes
terday afternoon while the llcndlxop
was visited some twenty minutes lat
er. Tho Mlndoro brought SfiO.OOO feel
or lumber consigned to the Clt) Mill
Company while Hie llendlxoii hns
timber to the amount of 1133 pieces
which Is destined for Pearl Harbor
Tho Mntsoii' Navigation tug Intrepid
took a Hue on tho latter vessel und
she was towed to tho slto of the new
naval station after arrival.
Laupahoehoe Was Storm Bound.
A storm signal dlsp!.t)cd from the
landing ut Uiiipahoehoo warned the
olllcers In tho Inter-Island steamei'
Cluiidliic that heavy hc.im would pre
vent a safe landing being mado at
that port. Tho steamer Clniidlne
therefore carried malls und passciir
gers destined for Laupahoehoe to
Hllo. Puiscr Klhllug of the Claudlne
reportB some very rough weather on
tho outward trip to Maul and Hawaii
ports of call. It was found too lough
to nttempt to land malls or passen
gers at l.ahalna and these were trans
ferred to tho steamer Mlkahala Horn
which vessel boats were dispatched al
a lutcr hour. Much rain is reported
along thu coasts of Maul and Hawaii
Tho Clauillne returned with a fal.'
list of cabin and dee'e pisscngcis.
Her Height list Included n lot of
sciap lion. Hi sacks peanuts, 20 toids
wood, 13 hogs, 2 autos, 40 sucks corn,
in hales hides, 12.55:1 reel lumber, II!
crates chickens nnd 151 packages sun
Hall Brought No Sugar.
The lnter-lsland steamer W. 0. Hall
ictinneil fiom Kauai polls this morn
ing without any sugar In hor genura
cargo, Tlie vessel's freight list In
tituled 101 tous scrap Iron, 00 cubes
pineapples, I horses, 20 ciutes coou
mits mid 53 pjekuges sundries. Pur
ser I.og'in repoits sugar awaiting
Lhlpmcut on the (iarden Island lu In
clude tho following lots; M. A. K.
33.150, C. mid It. 301 U and K. S. Co.
Sheridan Hern Saturday Morning.
Tho United States army transpoit
Sheridan with officers and troops des
tined for Hie mainland is cxicctcd lo
alllve at Honolulu caily on Saturday
in. lining aecoidlng lo latest wlielesH
advices ic.chcd at tho local iiurtcr
master department, Tho Sheililan Is
raining from Manila hv Iho way or
Murlveles and Nagasaki, Japan, It Is
pmposcd to glvo tho tioopshlp a
piorupt dispatch to Iho coast.
Siberia Departs from San Francisco,
A rajilu iceclvPil at tho olllcu of
II. Hnikfeld ami Coiipany, thu local
lepiesentullves for tho Paclllc Mull
Steamship Company today aiiiiountes
tho dcpaitiiro of thu liner Siberia
f l mil San Francisco ut ono (I'clocli
ihls afternoon with pjsscuguis, mails
.mil geueial cm go foi Honolulu. Thu
Slbcila should urrlvu hco next Tues
S, C. Allen for the Sound,
Today's dcparluies fiom Ihu pint
included thu American schooner S. C.
Mien which lias been at (Jiianiiitlno
whaif for ruiulgatlon and was dis
patched fur Pugot Sound isirls this
morning. Tho vessel has completed
l)io illsihaigo of a full shipment of
lumber copslgiic1 to llio agency of
Aljon urn) Itohlusoii. Tho schooner
Hilled In ballast.
Paid Toll to Angry Alaskan Seas'.
Tho wooden steamship Itamona of
tho Paclllc Coast Stoniushlp Com
pany, bound from Skugvvny for S. -utile,
went ashoio on one or tho
Spanish Islands, oinxislto (hum Heel.
sio;i, Alaska, on SojMeniber 10, ami
is a (Oi.ii loss, tiiu iUEsengciH and
crew vvcio taken off by the sloujn
shlp Noithvv ostein nnd laiided at Seattle.
Vanishing Sailing Ships.
The fact Is that the advantages ate
by no means nil on Iho sido of the
steamship. Though tho sailing ship
takes n longer time on the vojiige
tho expenses nro corresiHindlngly
small. Tho motive power costs noth
ing, snjs tho London lonomlst, unit
the nbsenco of engine Bpace and bunk
ers makes it possible for the sailing
ship to utilize nlinoU tho whole of
her capacity us curgo space. In Ihu
ordlnnry tramp steamer nl the present
day, one- third or more of tho gross
tonnage has to ho deducted beforo the
net tonnago Is ascertained. More
over, tho crew required for n sailing
vcpsel is In general, pioportlonatcly
lo tho size, much smaller than on a
steamer, because no pnglno staff Is
needed. On Hie other linnil, nt coursa
more men will bo needed to trim the
Hut there Is a further reason. Tho
construction of sailing ships has not
by any means remained where It was
a century ago. Hvcn then great ad
vances hud been made by American
builders through the Invention of the
cllppcr-bullt vessels. The clipper was
long mid narrow nnd was the fastest
sailing vessel afloat. Considerably
later than 1812 tho clipper could, un
der favorable conditions, beat the
steamship In Hie vojage across the
Another typo of milling ship was
tho schooner, the main ieeullarlly of
which lies In tho arrangement of the
sails. There nro no )iirds or spars,
and the sails swing upon the mast
und ure supported by booms, ns in
it small sailing boat. There is also
u topsail, hut this, us well ns the
other sails, can bo hoisted fiom tue
deck, enabling great economy or lab
or to ho made. This type or ship bus
been much developed by )iiiiltlpl)ing
Ihc masts, uml in 1902 a vessel, Iho
Thomas W. l.awson, was constructed
with seven musts, uitllt of steel, cir
rjliii? 7500 tons of cargo, and icqulr
lug n crew of only 19 men.
In regal d to tho usu of iron ami
slccl, sailing ships have had the same
advantages as steamers, though sail
lug ship builders weie pcihaps not
so much alive to tho possibilities of
these materials ns steamship build
ers, Tho most importnnt single
cause or tho disappearance of the
sailing ship Is Its Irregnluilty, which
fits In III with tho prevailing desire
lor co-ordlnaton In tho conduct of
business. Consequently tlio Bulling
vessel bus been driven from one
occ.iu highway after another. At the
present time there are only a few
lou tea, which. In consequence of Ihc
small liuportnicc of speedy delivery
or of tho grealcr iclhiblllty of thn
trndo winds, still enable the sailing
ship to gain a precarious llvollhco I.
The most Important or theso nro tho
ones .wjilch lend around Copo Horn lo
Chile, to California uml to Australia,
and ataiind Iho Cupo of Coed Hupe
to India aud Australia.
Purser Kibllng of tho Inter-Island
btcamer Claudlne iiriivlug fiom Maul
and Hawaii ports this inoinliig re
ports tho Aineilcan schooners Pius
per, C. S. Holmes and Salviilor dis
charging lumber. At Kuhiiliil, the
Claiidliio passed tho schooner AHcl
which Is also discharging lumber foi
Cold Goes to the Bottom of the Sea,
When tho steamer Itamona found
cic.l off Spanish Island, Alaska, on
September 10, sho can led down with
her SIKO.UOO of gold lulllon fiom tho
Treudwell mine, consigned to San
Francisco Tho fchlp lies Jn water
that Is usually binooth, and It s
thought Iho treasure will hu iec.cn
Noeau Met With Rough Weather.
The little steamer Noeau or Hie
Iptcr-lsland licet met with lough
weather on wlndmiiil Knti.il poits ac
(oi.llng lo a repoit binughl hcic b.
the ufllceiu In tho Hull. Thu steamer
was pui-M'd at Kallhlwal, The Hall
ciicoiiiucicd Kliong Northeast tiades
and choppy seas In returning to Ho
Twenty suivlvors or Iho Satilu llnsa
disaster uro prpparlng to hi lug n Joint
ilnmago action lor not less Hum Jioii,
nou uml possibly as high us $250fini
against the Paclllc Coast Stcnmhp
(Company, on Hip gioiuid of Incom
petency uu thu putt of Captain Fill hi.
Per stiiir. Claudlne, fiom Hawaii
and Maul, polls, Oct. I, II. Shaffer.
(;. A. Hableiiuaii W. H. Dlckuiisep,
Ceo. Hiigio, I). Shciwood, T. Islihli.
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