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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLUL'u.T. H, TUE8DAY, OCT. 24, 1911.
1 -. I
Hawaiian 'llitnl Ucgric.
Hawaiian 'I bird Hearer.
All visiting member, of tac
Order arc cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local ledges
Meet on th
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 F. H
If aniliAFa rt
Mftninc inoiHCcni othei Alio
4EHEFICIAL ASSIATIOH. ciatiom oor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M
Meets every flrnt nnd third Tuesday
of tnih mnntli In IYnttrnlty Hall, I. O
O. V. building. Visiting brothers cor
illnlly Invited to nttend.
W. J HOHINSON. Sachem.
II V. TODD, C. of .
HONOLULU LODGE, 610, B. P. 0. 1
Honolulu Lodge No. S16, D. P. O.
like, meets in their hall, on King
Street, uear Fort, every Friday eye-
Ding. Visiting Urother are cordially
'nvlted to atteni.
i). i'. it. isn.N'nnno. a it,
two. t. K,ui:it:i., aec
ym. McKINLEY LODGE. NO. S,
X. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
flail, cor. 1'ort and lleretaula. Vlelt
Ing brother cordially Invited ti at
tend. F. F. KILI1UY, C. 0.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. R. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Mets every first a ml third Friday at
7'5u o'clock, 1'ythlaii Hull,' corner Here
Inula and 1'iirt streets. Visiting broth
rp curdlully Irivlteil to attend.
h decker. C. C.
o iii:ini:. if. or tt a R
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on second und four 111 Wednes
day evening of earh 1111111111 lit 7:30
o'dock, In S.in Anionic) Hull, Vineyard
el reel, near Hiniun Visiting brothers
urn Iriv lletl to ntt'Mid.
Oi:o. A DAVIS, W. P.
KM C. M'COY. Secy.
Importer Fort St
coiihi'.ct styles and piiiceh
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite Young Hotel Phone 3088
French Model Hats
Direct Importation Received by the
BOSTON BLOCK FORT STREET
RECEIVED ex S. 8. Lurline, the lat
est stylet In LINGERIE, EVEN
ING COATS, and EMBROIDER
ED MARQUISETTES In boxes. All
Undo of novelties.
Mrs. F. Zeave
68 YOUNG BUILDING
Baby Bonnets and Dresses, Bootees
and Wool Baby Socks) Stamping
1027 Nuuanu 8treet
NEW MILLINERY .STYLES ON
Ladies' and Men's Hats Reasonably
PLAN IS MADE
"Knowing Honolulu" In tho plan of
tlio .Mirihunts' Association, members. of
which muilo arrangements tliln morn
ing for Secretary E A. Mott-Sinlth to
iiddress them In connection with tho
lllll UK In of lusnnltnr) lands, tho Ini
tial work In (onnectlon ulth which Is
to bo started right nwny
O. O Swain, (leorge tlullcl and 1 A.
Hwlft had n Ioiik coiifcrcme with Mott
Siiilth this morning In this connection,
and Dually requtstcd him to address
tin- uicmhirs of the association oh to
llm details of thu work In connection
with thu big llll that Is to lie made
bclwoii King strict and the sen In
that block bounded by Ward avenue
and South Mtr.it. He will nlso touch
on tho Kemrnl sanltnry work of the
Hoard of Health along these lines.
The hluu print of the big till Is to
bo hung In the rooms of the Mer
chants' Association for n few days so
thut ineiubers may hnvo n chance to
Kit tho d lulls Into their heads.
Mott-Sinlth will talk from this blue
print mainly mid he expects that by
the time ho gets through with this and
nlso with giving n short resuino of tho
laws limit r which the board has to
work, the members will be able to un
derstand tho situation more thoroughly
loiter he Intends to take the three
circuit Judges for 11 tour, covering the
snmo ground ns did the othir parties.
f,HI MI.SI.S NAME
Tho Hawaiian Chemists' Association
closed Its annual session with it bun
liiet last night at tho Han Tree, at
which tho guests enjoyed u tine menu
nnd talked over plans, for tho next
vear. Tho officers selected for the
j ear were: President, It. S. Noma;
vice-president, ltulph A. Lyon; secre
tary, 8 8. l'eck; executive committee,
II i:. Suvuge, II. J. Johnson, A. llro-
die, I. Messchaert, F. E. (Ircenlleld
und A. Kraft.
Tho meeting of the association this
je.ir shows the steady Increase In In
terest und nlso th high grade of work
being done by thu chemists, for the
papers contributed wore thoroughly
Interesting even though along highly
technical lines. C. C. James. II. E.
Suvagct K. i:. Ilattello und othern con
trlhuted to tho work of the annual
1). P. It. ISENI1EIU1 will not return
from Kauai for two weeks more.
FOIIMEIl (iOVEHNOIt OEOIIUE It.
CAKTIJIt, chairman of tho sanitary
i oiiuiiIsnUiii. Is expected to return
i inly next month.
II M. (HJNNEIt. of Cleveland, 0
has written hern that he expected to
spend two mouths In tho Islunds with
IiIh family this season.
HI) TOWSi: toduy was able to he
down at his olllco after his recent op
eration. Ho Is still a little under the
weather, hut Improving rapidly.
ELI WHITNEY, n son of tho In
ventor of the cotton glu, passed
through Honolulu yesterday. Ho la
on a lour of the world. Mr. Whit
ney's wlfo and two daughters accom
S5E.NO K. MYERS, manager of the
Homo Insurance Company, has re
ceived good news from San Francisco
about the company s business there,
the Ran Francisco agents and ttlrnis
being more than willing to cooperate
with the local company In reinsur
JOHN HOWLF.lt, an elderly resident
of Wuiklkl, fell from tho roof of u
housu ho was repairing to tho ground
yesterday, a distance of fifteen feet.
When he was nhla to Immediately got
up after tho full, nnd found thero were
no bones broken, ho thinks lie Is ono
of the luckiest of mortals.
Tho Northwestern, the last stcamor
to leave Nome this month, will bring
out $1,000,000 in gold dust and will
carry also all tho persons who do not
Intend to winter In the northern
camp. It Is estimated that 2000 per-
ions will remain In Nome, as against
2000 last winter.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The underslgnid having been duly
appointed Administrator of tho Estate
of l.eong Num. lute of Tong Knr V.IN
lage, lining San, China (and formerly
nsldent of Honolulu, Territory of
.Not lie is lie.cliy given to all persons
In present their cIuIiiih against tho es-
tatu of said Leung Nam, deceused, duly
authenticated, whether secured my
inoitgagH or otherwise, to the under
signed at tho oltlen of Cecil Drown,
Usi, 97 Merchant street, In Honolulu,
t'lty nnd County of Honolulu, Terri
tory of Hawaii, within six months from
the d.ito hereof, or they will bo forever
And all persons Indebted to said Es
tnte are lureby requested to make lm-
mediate pu merit to the undersigned.
D.itul, Honolulu, T, II, October 24,
I.DONO KHi: BIN, .
Administrator of tho Dstute of Leung,
G0C5 Oct. 21, 31; Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28.
City Transfer Co; -
JA8. H. LOVE t .
MAiA KEA PASSENGERS SCARED;
SAY VESSEL HIT THE REEF
Inter-Island Flagship Did Not Go On the' Local Marine Rail
way and Damage Is Declared as Slight Bark Rithet De
parts for San Francisco With Ballast Several Local
Steamers Leaving Today Hongkong Maru Not Com
The Inter-Islnnd steamship Maunn soya Captain Simpson, "and one of tho
Ken, the flagship of tho fleet Is Raid longest was made by u bottle put over
by passengers to have come Into con- board 140 miles northwest of Cupe-
tact with tho rocks near Moken.i
point off the coast of Maui, and re-
malnod In that position for about fif-
teen minutes before the steamer res-,
ponded to tho efforts of reversed en
gines, which finally succeeded In lib
'.rating the Manna Kca from what
might have proved a precarious posi
tion. A considerable scare Is declared to
have been thrown into a number of
deck passengers who were awakened
from Bound sTumbor on or about mid
night Friday nt which time the vessel
Is said to have ran Into the obstruc
tion. The officers aro Inclined to have
nothing to say concerning tho mis
hap which might hnvo turned out to
bo a tragedy.
Tho steamer was en roulo to Hono
lulu, carrying a fair list of cabin and
a goodly number of dock travelers,
An examination was mado of tho
vessel's bottom but no damage Is do
clared to have resulted from her Im
pact on the rocks near Makena point.
Tho Mauna Kca Balled for Hllo and
way ports at ten twenty-flvo this
morning tnklng among her passengers
a largo percentage of tourists who
propose viewing the wonders to be
found nt the volcano. The Mauna Ken
was well supplied with shipments of
Many Japanese Tramps.
The Japanese tramp steamers nuy
shortly bo a strong factor In compe
Hon with tho regular trauspaclllc
linos Is tho report, snys the S. I'
Chronicle, brought by (ho liner Man
churia. Forty foiclgn steamera woio
recently purchased In Japan, augment
lag the tonnage by 130,000 tons, nnd
thu ship ownoru aro seeking business
for these vessels. Tho Kobe Herald
snvs that In addition to seeking new
fields for trade east of Slngaiioru, tho
owners of freighters have begun to
look to tho development of tho trade
from Japan across tho Pacific. It Is
cald that thero 'has lately boon some
demand fur the timber to be exKirted
by the Mitsui Ilnssaii Knlstta from
This year the demand has been In
creased by tho rlso In the price of
Java sugar which has enabled Furmn
sail sugar to enter America. Tho
condition has directly affected tho
freight on whent and flour from tho
United States to Japan. Originally,
shipping companies which have ser
vices between this Coast nnd Jopin
agreed to adopt I ho same fixed rate of
freight. As, however, the Individual
ship owners who have started the new
service to America make efforts to
attract tho American goods for their
steamers on their wuy back, tho Nlp
IKin Yusen Kalsha and other conumii'
les have been compelled to eut the
rato on flour and wheat from $3 to
$2. It Is now said that the individual
khlp owners In Japan will endeavor
to attract shipments from America
by lowering freights even more, nnd
some competition Is expected In con
sequence In the near future,
Drifting Ilotllfs Cover flrnit IMsiunccn
Some Interesting stories ubout the
velocity and peculiarities of oceun
drifts and currents are told by Cup
tain Alexander Simpson, an old-time
Drlttsh shipmaster. During the past
twenty-six years tho skipper Iiob been
making experiments In this direction
'und has thrown ovorboard nearly 10,
000 bottles with messages enclosed.
Out of these nearly 1000 have been ret
turned to htm from all parts of the
world, und he receives them at pres
ent at the rute of about three u week.
"One of the most Interesting .drifts,"
W.G. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wlries and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlftz Beer
" - Phone 1281
town, which was picked up four und
a half years afterward on the Shetland
Islands. Another put overboard cast
southeast of Bt. Helena reached the
' VnPWUtrliin rnnal In anmntulitit ntmrt.
er time. These bottles are curried by
tho southeast trade winds toward
Cupe San Itoque, on thu llruzlllan
coast, nnd, passing through the West
Indian Islands, made the circuit of
the Gulf, of Mexico. Under tho Influ
ence of the Oolf strcum they uro do
IKislted on European shores. Ton bot
tles put overbourd In the vicinity of
Cape Horn were picked up off the
southern cuust of Australia after Jour'
neyg or from 10,000 to 12,000 miles at
an average dally rato of ten miles,
while, bottles put over the sldo within
20 degrees south of the equator In tho
Atlantic and Indian oceans made, an
uverugo drift of from eighteen to
twenty-two miles dally to tho west
Hongkong Maru May Sail Tomorrow.
There is no possibility of tho Hong
kong Maru, .tho Infected Japanese
steamship being nhlo to proceed to sou
nnd to tho Orient this evening. The
vessel has not received tho required
amount of water or coal.
Weather conditions had to do with
preventing any work being accom
plished along' these lines today. A
very rough sa was running outsldo
the harbor, and at the placo where
tho Hongkong Maru with Its yellow
fever patient rides nt anchor,
McC.ihe, Hamilton and Rcnny, I lie
locnl gtovedoiips, have holies that they
can complete tho coaling of tho .Tup
aueso steamer tomorrow. Tho Pio
neer, tho water bout, attempted to
proceed outsldo tho channel this
morning, but was obliged to turn hack
hecnuso of tho rough seas. In thu
menntlmo a strict guard Is being
maintained oier tho ship and no one
lb permitted to come within hulling
dlstnnco snvo tho coal and water sup
Would Haul Down Another American
A San Francisco reiiort in circula
tion along tho waterfront was to the
effect that the Canadian-Pacific Steam
ship Company had entered negotia
tions with the Orcnt Northern Steam
ship Company for tho purchase of the
Minnesota, tho giant liner, and tho
only vessel plying the North Pacific
and 11) lug tho American flag. Tho
story cannot ho confirmed though It
has been understood that tho Minne
sota has been operated at a consider
nhlo loss for time past. Tho loss of
tho ICmpress of China has caused the
Ilrltlsh company to look about for u
cubstltule vessel.' Tho Intermediate
steamer Montenglo has been tempor
arily placed on tho Victoria-Hongkong
Million In Sugar But not From Ha
What Is claimed to bo tho largest
cargo of foreign sugar over received
at San Francisco was brought by the
Norwegian tramp August, Captain
Iljurck, which anlved on Soptember
29, flfty-slx dnys from Souraboya via
Mojl. Tho shipment Included 21,051
baskets and 20,723 bags, and Is valued
at nearly $1,000,000. The duty on the
Imixjrtatlon amounts to $300,000.
Sparks from the Wireless.
II, Huckfeld and Company, agents
for tho Pacific Mnli liner Mongolia,
aro In receipt of tho following wire
1', M. S. S. Mongolia, on roulo to
San Francisco, 8 p. m.. Oct. 23.-508
nines tun; ngnt westerly breeze; calm
tides suM and iMoon
m" Sd 3 id 3d In a x J
Oet. ,i in. p in. p m a in.
i3 4iv if ill euitt4 ooi r,r, uo
'i ill is 4 to tot; it a) e.oa sk ;i;
SS Sm s 4 K 1030 134 BOJ '5SC StH)
i IS MlloM JM C03 in tit
T 7.1) 1.7 ll.lv 003 6S4 V47
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itnie il ii ooi Btl 1041
811 tioo io I cue 6 an il no
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First quarter of the moon Oct. 29.
Time nut stnted In tables.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to, Merchants'
Tuesday, October SI.
EAGLE HAHUOH Sailed, OcL 23,
Schr. Crescent for Penrl Harbor.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Oct. 24, 8. 8.
Tenyo Maru, for Honolulu.
Temperatures C a. m., 70; 8 a. m.,
70; 10 a. m., 70; noon, 73; morning
Durometer, 8 a. m , 29.90; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m., 7.581 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity,. 8 'a. m.,
95 per Cent; dew point, 8 n. m., 69.
Wind C a. in., velocity 9, direction
W.; 8 a. m., velocity 8, direction S.;
10 a. m velocity fi, direction S. W.;
noon, velocity Ii, direction S. W.
Ilalnfalt during 24 hours ended 8 a,
m., .55 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 230 miles.
Contractor John It. Wilson Is losing
his light against the loan fund com
mission on account of tho contract let
to the Lord-Young Engineering Com
pany for tho llrst belt-road section, no-
lording to present Indications. It Is
now up to Wilson to tnke some legal
step or Ills hill for nn Injunction will
bo heard with neuily every clause
First real blood In tho fight has been
drawn by the defense, Judgo Robin
son yesterday afternoon granting their
motion to strike with the exception of
one clause. Tho Injunction filed by
Wilson has now only one leg on which
to stand, namely, whether or not ho
was tho lowest responsible bidder.
The clause that Is now left In the
Injunction nnd around which the whole
of the light will center Is, "That your
petitioner wns und Is tho lowest re-
HpouslblH bidder for the said contract
and that said contract should by luw
have been awarded tu him for the
price as hereinbefore set forth."
What further steps Wilson will tako
In the matter It Is hard to say. There
Is the possibility that he will file an
Interlocutory appeal nnd that It will
onco moro come up for argument. Ho
limy let tho Injunction stand on the ono
clause nod havo It fought out on that.
It Is now up to him.
IS CALLED BY DEATH
Mrs. Elizabeth Cockctt, sixty-five
years of age, died this morning at 8:15
o'clock, tho death being duo to
Ilrlght's dlscaso. She was born In
the Islands, nnd leaves five children.
James Cockott, Mrs. William O.
Ilrasch, Mrs. U P. Fernandez. Isaac, I..
Cockett und Henry COckett, Isaac 1..
Cockett's 'place of business at 230C
King street, was closed this morning.
The body, will bo burled from Wll-
liums' undertaking parlors.
The funeral will take placo from
Williams' Undertaking parlors at 10
o'clock tomonow morning.
Per stmr. Kinnu, for Kauai ports,
Oct. 24. aeo. Peko, It. W. F. Purvis,
Mrs. Purvis, S. W. Wilcox, Mrs. Wil
cox, Miss E. lllBliop, J. P. Cooko. A.
Per S, S. I.urllno, for San Fran
cisco, Oct. 24. J. S. Colbalh, A. I
Hall, O. S. Cutler and wife, Mrs. A.
Cutler, H. J. Kino and wife, Miss A.
Apn, Mrs. It. W. ltlder, Mra. M. Camp
ton, W, I.. Coles, Miss E. Derlngcr and
Mr. T. Dorlngor.
A Seattle dispatch under date of
Oct. 4th stntes: Tho steamship San
ukl Maru lias been added tn the Nip
pon Yusen Kalsha licet plying bet
tweon Paget Sound ami the Orient,
making six vessels In the sorvlco In
stead ,of five. Only Ihrco or theso
flvo go to Hongkong, the others mak
ing Kobe Iholr lei minus. Beginning
in December nil tho steamships will
call at Hongkong.
A communication has been received
from tho president of "the Suez Canal
Co., stating that from January 1, 1912,
ino transit lolls of tho cinul will ho
reduced by 50 centimes (9.C5 cents),
and will stand as follows: For frelghi-
eii snips u irancH 7:5 centimes ($1.30),
and for ships In ballnBt 4 franca 2C
centimes (82 cents) per ton.
MOVE ON ROAD
DIXfftlt LOIrllL IU DCUIN NCIf
DipING WHENSITt IS SECURED
Tho Ilrewcr IMnte will be ready to real action on this Improvement than
proceed with Immediate cnustruqllou ever before, and tho long and the
of a splendid store and office building come delays for, one, cause and au
nt llio corner of Hotel ami what l.i other have been probihly stopped
now Union street ,ns soon an It nc- row. Mr. dalt said this morning that
quires from the Territory tho land while Hie estate will have to bid In
that will bo sold to It through tlio the property, It Is of 'course worth
Union street closing. J. It. Halt, of moro to tho cstato than to anyone
the Hawaiian Trust company, reprc-
Bentlng the Ilrewcr estate, said this
morning that when this matter Is set
tled, the cstato will begin at onco the
erection of tbe building.
In seeking to acquire tho properly
however, tho Urnwer Estate will have
to go Into the field, and bid, for tho
property Is to be put up at auction
end the estnle had to wnlvo all pref
erential rights before (he consent of
the Governor to tho plan for closing
the street was wcured.
All In all, things look mora IlkeJ
. BLOM GETS
With nn unusually attractive lino of
offerings for Honolulu shoppers, and
wiin ino nesi or reports ror the com-
lug .holiday season. A. Illom returned
yesterday on tho Pacific Mall liner
Manchuria from Ban Francisco, after
nn extensive having trip In the Eastern
centers of fashion,
lie has ordered nn elaborate lino of
dry goods, fancy goods, laces, cinbrnld
erles, etc., nnd reports n steadily In
creasing demand on the part of ills
criminating patrons. The holiday sea
son Is close at hand and Mr. lllnm.hns
made full preparations for tho biggest
business In the history of his establish
incut. Ho has been able to get tho hit
est nnd most up-to-date things In fash
ion and material, and is getting back
Just In tlmo for the season's opening.
Of course, everybody knows Hint
Illom Is going to occupy tho new cor
ner store In the Pnntheon block, nt
Hotel nnd Fort streets, nnd he Is llgur
Ing on being ready to open up on No
v ember 1 It Is there Hint ho will
make a display of the latest goods lie
gathered on his recent trip to tho
States. lie has the hut word In styles
nnd other goods that aro dear to the
,Tho grand clearance or moving aulq
that has been' gotrwjvon 'at 'this old
stand, opposite the convent, has given
the public a chnnco to get goods nt
Prices below bargains. Tho storo has
been put lied dally and will continue to
be lis long 'as the sale lusts,
Watch for Uloin's grand opening In
the new storo the first of next month.
(Continued from Page 1)
to the public works olllco where the
Mipeilntcndcnt will tako up tho mat
ter. Ho will notify each owner that
there nro bo many cubic yards of fill
ing necessary for his place and that
it will cost him bo much. If tho own
er comes through then tho matter Is
ended but if he does not then tho sup
erintendent of public works can order
that tho work be done and put a lien
on the place to pay for It. The own
er may object and mnko his appeal
to the circuit judgo In which cuso
the Judgo Is to appoint threo disin
terested people to go into tho matter
and mako an estimate. From tholr
decision thoie is no appeal.
The contract will be let nnd tho
firm that gets It can go right to work
011 the project. Tho grading of tho
land Is not to to on thq plan of the
roof of a house, tho land sloping to
(ho sea. This would be. too expensive
und instead the conference evolved n
plan whereby "crowns" w.ll bo mudo
nnd tho water led oft In ditches be
tween them. Thero Is at the present
tlmo a ditch running on Kenwo street,
another on Ward avenue and a third
Is to be put along the now street that
Is to bo opened between these two,
This will mean that all the wator will
drain Into one of those .three flitches
find be carried down to tho s'ea.
This plan was started by Secretary
E. A. Mott-Smitli when he was presl
dent of tho board pt health and ho
will follow it through. Tho law Is
so strict that there will be vory little
delay about any of tho work being
carried through, although he hones
that there will not bo much argument
needed and Hint the owners will pay
up their Bhaio right awny instead of
having to pay It later with moro add
ed to It.
Experienced press boy Is wanted nt
tho Ilul let In.
P,A Y l,N Q
A. H. DONDF.RO,'
83 MERCHANT ST.
$500 to $15,000
to nrniiti iirii'r
else and (lie bidding therefore should
not bo unduly high.
The erection of this building will
bo a big Improvement to this part of
thq city. Part of the plans nro for n
remarkably fine establishment for tho
Palm Cafe,wlth o, model kitchen d
partment that, will, bo jip-to-dnto In
every respect. Tho Palm has! wanted
improvements for a long tllne'.'but
the failure of j the Territory to settlo
the question pf tho "street-doling nnd
building sites has held tkq improve-
Tho draft of an agreement between
,0 ni0 Railroad Company and tho
,ar(1 f harbor commissioners has
been prepared and will bo submitted
t() t10 board at Its next meeting. An
invitation lias been Bent to the Hllo
board of trade 19 havo a member pro-
cent at the meeting which may tako
placo Saturday next. The discussion
will be public and Is slated nt llm
present time to ojien at ten o'clock.
The proposed terms of the agree
ment aro first that at, tho Territory's
expense and without cost to tho rail
road a wharf, warchouso and ap
proaches thereto cqulppe with rails,
switches, cross covers and mechani
cal sugar handling power plant shall
bo constructed nnd maintained.
Second that the railroad company
shall havo tho right to use the whaif
and shall also bo allowed to run a pipo
line over It which may bo taken up
nt the expiration of tho lease. An
office may be built on the wharf for
use of officials of thu load.or u'f ves
sels doing business with the road.
Third that all vessels doing busi
ness with tho railroad shall havo u
preference right to tho wharf, A pro
viso Is entered In this connection,
however, stating that the railroad
company, shul, use reasonable prompt
ness and dispatch In the loading' and
unloading of its cars and the removal
or freight so that tho wharf shall be
ns liltlo encumbered ns possible.
Thut subject to the said preference
lights and to the agreements herein
set forth the wharf und warehouse
nro to bo nvallablo for tho uso of
others on tho same terms as Is avail
able to tho railroad and tho ships
aforesaid. No, higher charges shall
,he made to any vessels, perron or
corporations, doing business than ,tho
lowest charges mado to nuy other
vessel of similar tonnage and char
acter. A proviso Is mado that tho agree
ment between tho railroad company
and tho American-Hawaiian steamship
company, given below, shall bo Incor
porated 111 this agreement. Tho obli
gations laid on tho .railroad aro that
It shall act as a common carrier for
tho term of ten years from tho dato
when such service shall begin. It has
iiIbo to furnish tho, power necessary
for tho operation pf the mechanical
sugar handling plant, maintain the
name (except such portions as may
by ordlnaryovear and tear need re
placing which will bo dono by thu
bonrd) and operate somo charging tn
ino ownor of freight not moro than
twenty-flvo cents, a ton out, of which
It shall pay to tho board three centn
a ton In full payment to tho bonrjl
for storage on tho freight placed In
warehout.0 and handled on tho jiowoj'
This charge is to Include taking
sugar from cars adjacent to tho ware
house, or fropi a vessel lying along
side the wharf and delivering tho
sflmq tothe.wniehouBo. piling It there
in, nnd., rehandllng, transferring and
delivery to a vessel 'lying nlongsldo
All tho obligations of tho railroad
In connection wltli Its agreement with
the,8teamsllp compnny shall be mndo
over to the .board. All moneys col
lected for docking ships nt the wharf
and forwharfago, on freight using
Bauio wharf i and for storage of freight
on wharf shall be tho property of the
Territory. All moneys coming for
loading, unloading or handling of
freight, done by or through the rail
road or Its employees shall bo the
property of tho railroad.
No sugar for oversea shipment shall
be stored or deioHtci upon the said
wharf except In, tho ,hed, this Is not
to bo construed, however, (hat sug
ar cannot ,be taken from tho cars dl
lect to tho steamer.
TO CURE A COtD IU ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bro'mo Quinine
Tablets. ' All druggists refund
the money if it, falls to cure.
E, W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS UCDIUINB CO, Bt. Louil, U, 3. A.