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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, OCT. 27, 1911.
Hawaiian Ihliil lligrrc.
llllril III (.TH .
AH visiting members oi tar
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local ledge
tfeet ou th'.
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M.
KABINE ENGINEERS' 0th Ano
JEKbFICIAL AJVIATIQH. elation, cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Micts ivir) first mill llilnl Tucsdn)
or villi month In I admit J Hall, I O
O 1' bullilliiR IhIIIiik brothers cur
ill illy Invited tn ultind
Vv J ItOIIINfeON. Siclicm.
11 . T()I)I), C C It.
5050EULU LODGE, 616, D. P. 0. 1
Honolulu I-odge No 616, I), p, 0
tiki, meetH In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Frldny eve
ning. Visiting Urothera are cordially
'nvlted to attend.
i) i u lsi'nuno, n n.
cn:o t ki.ui:ui:l, sa
McKIHlEY LODGE, HO.
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Bnturda)
tvenlng at 730 o'clock In K. ot P
Hall, cor. Kort and llcretanla. VUlt
Ins brother cordially Invited t't at
F. F. KILIIET. C. O.
K. A. JACOHSON, K. II. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every flrxt and third Friday nt
7 50 o'clock, I'j till. ill Hull, corner Here.
tiinli and Tort streets Visiting brotli
cm cordially Imlttil to attend.
h nizmv.n, a c.
O HKI.Ni;, IC of it & s
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on second and fourth Wedncs
diy ovinlug of rnch month nt 7.30
o'llock. In San Antonio II. ill, Vineyard
Mrtet, near laiimu Visiting brothers
nro Invited to ntt-nd
GllO A DAVIS, W. P.
VM O M'COY, Secy.
Importer Fort St
roititncT H'n u:s ami l'lticia
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite Young Hotel Phono 3038
French Model Hats
Direct Importation Roceivod by tho
BOSTON DLOCK - FORT STREET
RECEIVED ex S. S. Lurbns, tho lat
est styles in LINGERIE, EVEN
ING COATS, and EMBROIDER
ED MARQUISETTES In boxes. All
kinds of novelties.
Mrs. F. Zcave
68 YOUNG BUILDINQ
NEW STAMPING PATTERNS
1027 Nuuanu 8treet
MILLINERY STYLES ON
and Men's Hats Reasonably
This Woman Had to Insist
Strongly, but It Paid
Chicago. III. "I suffered from n fe
jnnlo weakness and Htoiu.irh trouble.
mm l went to tlio
Btoro to get n bottlo
of J.jdl.i i:. J'itik
Compound, but tlio
clerk did not wnnt
to It t tno liavo It
liu mid it was no
good and wuiitdlmo
to try something
t'lse, but knowing
nil about it 1 In
slsted and finally
trot It. nnd T nm an
gi m i did, tor u lias cured inc.
' I know of bo many oases where wo
men havo beumired liyj.jdla K.JMnk
bain's Vcgtt.iblo Compound that 1 can
My to every suffering woman If that
incdltino does not help her, tliero la
nothing tli.it will." llrs. JamiTzki,
LtWJAnlibt., Chicago, 111.
'1 his Is tlio ago of substitution, and
women who want a euro should insist
upon I.jdi.i II. rinkham's Vcgctablo
Compound just as this woman did. and
lint at cent sonielhlngelso on which tlio
druggist can m iko a llttlo mora profit.
Women who nro passing through this
rrltk.il ierlodor who aro suffering
from any of Uiomj distressing Ills ic
t nil ir to their sex should not lose sight
of tho fact that for thirty years I.ydh
i:. rinkham's Vegetable Compound,
which is m.tdo from roots nnd herbs,
h is been tho standard remedy for fe
nnlo ills. In almost every community
XIII Will llllll Women Who b.ivn been
restnrut to heilth by I.jdla U. I'Jnk.
ham's Vegttablo Comjwuud.
NO FUNDS FOR
(Continued from fge 7)
tin1. Hh tdtnrn of opponents hnweer
iiu I 'Ian proposed list it cuing unntlio
--tiililliliuiciit of n iiuinUr of Hinall In
Iih rators III tlio pcvrral populated ills
irlcln of tlio city. Thin would nlso en
tail u I irKo cxpuiKo In tlio original In
ithtniiiit (iik nuiulitr of the boird lis known
to rnoi auto titukft In tho rtpilpuunt
of n HinwiiKir wnliu In place of tlio
iniilr-diiinn (arts now In mikiio It Is
I ilini il Unit h) UiIh iiKthod of trans
portation the t lt would In tho end bo
the Kiilmr In that tlio lost of maintain
Ink' n large unmix r of nnliimlx would bo
lono awn) with, whllo tho cohI of keep
I in,- the iiutoK In rcpah would not bo
ii in h o Kreat
t'ntll kikIi it time ntrUrx tbat u spe
cial llHHelll( nt con bo likd, It would
iippioi that fno KarlMKc tolUctloii for
the ell) Is nllll In tho hi?) and distant
Announcement of New Steamers.
A Victoria dispatch imilei d ito of
October Mb stairs that It Is (ifllclill)
tnnoiinccil th it the Cniuulimi l'.iciflo
l.illwav has placed mi ordei In Kug
l.i'td for Iwn new steamships for Its
V'lnooincr-Ilonj.knii.j scnlte. Thin
step has been under contempt illou for
nunc time, tho C.imiitim l'.icllle's
iiilildl) liu casing fielRht mid pisscn
tor Imilic mi Iho I'.ullle ocean nceeh
siliillng Iho KHiirlng of Increased
transportation r.uilltlcs, Tho contract
fni Iho new boats has been let to Iho
Pall Held Shipbuilding Compau) ol
ilasKiiw. 'Iho new slilpu will bo id
Iho most modem (onstiucllou In c
ii) resicet 'Ihej will bo r.t)5 feet
long (iter all and will liavo n tomiuge
or iibiuit Ifi.OdU Ions. The) will lie
uiulppcil with indues of fmni 1(1,000
In 17,000 liiiiscpnwer ami will bo io-
ipilied in tn tl lit ill ri mi ucniKO speed
of 18 kiidtH per hour ami docop on
Iheli trial lilpj n spcid of 20 knots
mi hum. On sl?o a trlllo lnigci than
wni'l o'a ;Znod, l,r r TC
iibsciigi'iH and' will also havo a hugu
fielglit-i.no lug cupnclty. When c
phlnl the) will ho literally floating
pul.uis Thev will bo liixtnlously flu
ished up and aro expected to matoil
ill) deertaso Iho running tlmo bo-
ivvien Vtiiiiouvci and the Orient Tho
bunts will bo ready In Jiinuar), 1913,
and will (list ovet $2,500 000 o.ich fill
New American. Hawaiian Frelnhter
'Iho (list of tho four proposed now
rrclghtors In ho built for Iho Amorl-ciin-Hiiwnllaii
I'.iilflc ten ho will bo
eompliled wllliln u )e,ir ac cording to
ndvlecs hi might down iroin Iho Coast
In tho Muiiclunlu which nrilved this
inclining As pievlouslv noted In tlio
Hullo tin tu nutlelpilliiu of tho
earl) o.enlng of tho I'liiiiuui canal,
fin Amerlcnu-lliiwiillnn Steamship
iiuupaiiy awiiided tho contract for tho
coiiKtiui tlcm or loin 12,000 ton Htcim-
BhlpH tn pi) between I'nellle and At-
lanlle polls and to cost $K00,0oo each
'Iho sleamshlps will bo built at Spin
tows Point Mil, nnd tho llrst will
he dellveied In 12 months and the
olheis at blunt Intervals tin leafier.
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
Furniture aridPiano Movers
City Transfer Co. - Phone 1281
JAS. H. LOVE
AUSTRALIA A MECCA FOR
MANY DESERTING CAVALRYMEN
Five Men Said to Have Taken French Leave Within the
Past Few Days Mauna Loa an Arrival From Kona
Mindoro the Last Deep Sea Vessel at the Port, Prepar
ing For Sea.
Australia has become n imptilnr
mocci for those men stalloned In ll.l-
wall who would deseit the ticnlic ot
join Uncle Sam.
Fho enlisted men from tho I'ltth
f?nc.ilrc nt-n rfiifiilfil tn 1ino l.iknll
rrench le.ne ..r Iho Islands and their
respectlvo posts ulllilii tho pist feV
dnjs nccordliig to tho records now on
lly tho llrlllsh stciiiushlp Lodnrcr,
h ch sailed Minio dais niai for Now-
enBtlc, N. 8. W threo men belonghig
to tho Kirth were said to Imo taken
Ono of tho men camo tn Captain
Orecn. master f that csscl nnd lis-
plnjcd whitt purpoiled to bo a rcgu-
lnllon dlscharce. which has uisin in.
cstlgatlon turned nut to bo u foig-
cry i rntiRii weather during Iho caillcr part
A Becond ctalrjman prcscnlcd n "r ",0 ,r'l' Tll Nll'lii Mnru ear
fiulouHli but this docuincnt Is claim- r,Cl1 ,,llt bcvt 'l'1" pisscngers nnd
e,i entllloil the enlisted mill to hut ltt" "l,t ot "iIk """d'er decided to re
nno month's le.uc or nhtenco. As It ,"l" cr !lt Hcinolulti.
would lake tho llrlllsh coal carrlci ' Tll Nippon Minn was dlspitchcd
nearly that length of time to return ,or s,m Kranclscn slim lly uricr six
to Australia, It Is assumed that In de-,"'c,ock ,l,ls morning nflci so en huti
partlng fiom these shoics In tho I.od- lrC(I UmB ca" liai1 1,cc11 dlsehiugcd.
orer, tho I'lftlt cnvalrMiian has no real HtinalnliiBim hoanl nrosoino thousand
Intentions of returning to tho Para- ,n,ca of Bllk cl r"," to tlio. Hist
dlso of, tho l'acinc as long ns ho Is rMKt of ,llc ""fd States. i:lglit
ablo to keep n largo number of miles ,l",,sl!,n Immlgraiits wcro brought to
of salt water between hlmseir nnd,"10 lt,I""'s l H" steamer ns well ns
his post of duty. " number of letuinhig Japanese.
Tho Oceanic steamship Sierra It tin-' "
derstood to hao cnrrlcd away two' Honolulan Well Laden With Freight,
deserting enlisted men whoso iih- Shipping Maniigci John II. Drew, of
senco was not dlscocrcd until uftor Cnstlo nnd Cooke, Is In receipt or nd
llie Oceanic essel had ruled from vices which' Indicate that the Mntson
bight bejoiiil Diamond Head. N'algatlon Weatner Iloiiolulaii now
Tho United States gmernincnt ,1s en routo from San rranclsco and So
gcncrnlly rnted as a pretty jicrslstent attlo Is well laden with freight for
pursuer or tho levanting deserter nnd Island ports, The list Includes B10
It Is presumed Hint tho cihles will tni for Honolulu, 700 tons for Port
lear mossnuos which may result In Allen. 97B Ions tor Knlitilul, 12S tons
tho reenptmc or the men who havo
sought freedom from mllltnr scnlco
by Joiirnc)lng to Australia and other,
tar away isnts.
Hookena Waa Storm. Bound.
Ilookcnu vns Btorm-bound us far as
tho steamer Mauna Ioa was concern
ed and that vessel was unable to land
freight or passengers ut tho lxirt ow-
lug to tho provnlenco or a heavy svvclll
running Ihero during tlio sta or Iho
n-noi-i. mo .iiuiiiiu (.mi luiiirueii in
iioiKiiuiu nils morning minglng tho
usual vmlgatcd iiFBorlmcnt or fielght
und pioduetH fiom tho big istuiid. The
fielght list included shipments uftur-,
ko)s, horses, rows, calves, pigs, I
sacks awn, 19 crates ehhkeus, 27
biiles hides, ono aulo, SI Ininches
bananas. fi5 eases fruit, n Backs
neiius, si sneKs taio, lO'M b.icks eor-
c-u, ,u mi us Biigir nun ion pacK-,
nges sununos. rurscr Sheldon ro-
puriB sniooin sens nuuig iviiu eoist
with light rain and swells near I loo-,
kena. Tho steamer was dlsclmigliig
nt Utupahochoo wljllo Iho Nllhau was
pissed nt Maliuliona Imdlng sucai.
mis cssei is in can nt isns)(iSKi to-
nun nm mi- iiinieeo ami eoiteo, also
will tiku on a deck hud of soveul)-
flvo head cattle.
Mlndorp Prepares for Sea.
The American silmmicr Mlndnru
"ch -"I"- . . !-... "ember'
3id with a mil shipment m" lumber litis'
ecu Bunion in uiu iiiiiruiiuuo wnari
theio lo fumlgato bcrmo departing fin
I'uget Sound isnts, Tho Mindoro will
probably Ball ror the Sound In billast
Ibis afternoon or at an early houi to
Belle of Ireland Plays Return Engage.
Tho Itrltlsh Blenmshlp Hello or Ire-
land, Is lo play a leturii ( ngngemcut
to Honolulu nnd nccordliig lo advlcos
iceelvcd at tho olllco of C. lliewor
nnd Conipany tndii, that vossol Is
tcporlod to havo sallod from Now-
(astlo, N. S. W with a full hjdptnciit
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
1 e,iwr.artnaliftiliiiiiii 111
of Australian coil destined for Ha
wallnn ports. About two thousnlid
Ions or the coil will be discharged nt
the Inli r-lsl.iiii ste.iuishlp hunkers
whllo tho remainder will bo loft at
Port Allen 'I ho cnscl uinics to tho
"i!(!l,cf "' c 1,ror aml Company,
Mere Russians Join Colony Here.
I Thlrt-elglit I'lllplniM iiindo up
lrtlon of tho Asiatic pisseiiKcra who
"-'" "ic iiimi isiscn iMimua liner nip
I""1 Jlll''i " M l,,,r' " rril )cs-
I 'rll rilipliion wcro Immcdlntcl)
transrerrtd to the plaulcrs lccriilllng
""od. there to remain until inallahlo
transporlatlini Is at hand for Iheli re
nwil to Island nigu estates.
Caplaln Steens repoiled boiiio
for "llo and 100 long ror Kiiimnpall.
'" addition to IIiIh "'tween deck
-w go, tho (sc Is cnir)iug Ilini) fict
Itimhei ror Honolulu also ono bundled
head ulieep for dlschargo licie Theio
Is also no.ooo reel lumber foi Knliu
hii and a (ouhlKiiiucut or 10 head of
liortes nnd mules,
Tho Honolulan should urilvo hcio
on or about next Tlitirsdn) morning,
Sparks from the Wireless.
ino loimwing vvlicless messagos
wnie icielved hist evening fiom
sleaineis en undo to coast and Orl-
O. 8. S. Sierra, en roulo to San
Cram Imo, i, p m.-r-502 miles out;
M. N. 8 S l.urlliie, en inula lo San
rranclseo, 9.30 p in djo miles nut;
light soiilhwcst winds; smooth uca.
f. .m. s H Mauchiirla, en roulo to
Yokohama. S p. m. lint miles west
Small Mall la Due,
A small consignment of mill from
tho lunliiland U .xnoete,i win m-rim
nt tho sirt on Sunday with Iho Amo-
rlean-llnwall.in rielghter bthmlaii
This vessel Ik iiodnrstoo.i n l.iln,-lm.
down n largo general cargo a goollv
pnrllon of wlili h vvas shipped from
New Yoik by steaniors In tho A.-ll.
iMImillc servlte. Tho Isthmian Is
stea, g from R, Vcisco dV.ct
I'ugct Sound ports having hoen omit-'
led on this trip.
Thcro is not n great denl of sugar
awaiting shipment nt Komi and Kan
ports of call according to a ronort
brought to this tlty today by Purser
hhOldOII (if tho stoiimor Miinnti T.rin
Two consignments ono or 375 sacks
at l'unalmi and 4500 sacks at Ilonti-
epo aro listed,
HrlmJiig no eaigo hut a linlr doen
pahscugeis, Iho Inter-Island sleamor
Maul was an nnlval from Kauai ports
IIiIh inninliig ti,., nfileorH .oi,pt n..n
vvcnlluf - nu Iho trip
TIDESSUN AND MOON
sea- (7"2 Z Z
F ? (1 " S
,),,,c 3d H &d fa 1$ 2 1
Oi I. il id . in. p in n m
M . is hi OMiui eoi tn oio
51 S 10 l 8 I 10 10 IT IS JU 6.03 S a 717
3 6M in IMtODO 111 III) 59 HOI)
5 dm is MMusi sm oui r,s: v,
17 7 11 1.7 II I" C(l 5JI 9 17
nu " "I I
'" 8U) 0 II 15 8l 4 31 10 II
5 oon m I . I n.oi (igin Tn
I'lrnt iiuurtcr of the moon Oct. 29,
Tlmo not Hinted In tabic.
Temperatures fi n. in, 73; 8 a. m ,
77; 10 a. m, Ml; noon, 80; morning
minimum, 72; barometer, S a. m ,
SO.O'i; nbsoltito humidity, 8 a, m ,
7.212 gralnH per cubic foot; relative
humidity, 8 a. in , 73 per cent; (low
point, 8 ti. m , 18.
Wind. C a. in., eloclly 4, direction
Nil; 8 n. m, eloclty 4, direction Ni:;
10 a. m, eloclt) 12, direction NI2;
noon, velocity 10, direction N.
ltalnralt during 24 hours ended 8
a. in , 1 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, l.l'i miles.
VM. II STOCKMAN,
8ei Hon Director, U. H Weather llurenu.
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cable to Merchants'
Frldo), Ortnlier '-'J.
I'OKT TOWNSHND Arrived, Oit. 2C,
Schr. Alice Cooke, hence Oit .1.
SAN KRANCISCO Sailed, Oct. 27, Ilk.
Andrew Welch, for Honolulu.
Prosperity of the Whalers.
The dividend of 3l'4 per cent Just
dechred by tho whaler tt.ihicnn of
Dundee has attracted attention to the
handsome pioflts at picscnt being
realized rroin this Industry, which n
few cnrs ugo was believed to bo on
tho point of extinction. List )enr tho
dozen or so of whalers which prose
cute the fishing from Dundee hnd tho
most successful season experienced
ror twent) jenrs, and reports Just to
hand indicate that tho Norwegian
companies aro also cnjojlng a high
degree or prosperity.
Tho usual course pursued by those
Norwegian companies has been lo
buy second baud llrlllsh steamers
nnd then nt them out with all the
most modern appliances for whale
catching and trjlug out. With such
equipment tho whole pioccss of 10
covcrlng the marKctable products
from Iho carcasses tan bo curled on
Tho (list trial was mule in 1903 b)
a llrni In Snnderjord, and two jc.ub
later nu expedition was sent Id tho
Antarctic Oc.eu.l It met with imme
diate Biicecss, and slnco then Iho In
dusti) has Increased rapidly, until ns
man) ns twenty expeditions, with
ciows aggregating 700 men, nro nt
work, Indeed so marked wns tho de
gree or success which Ihoy met with
Hint their Incrcuscd supplies of whale-
bono wcro Inst year held responsible
for shnip decline In values which toox
Stimulated In emulation by their
oircosH a Tne Arm Is nboiit to des
patih live vessels, three wlialcis, a
fnetdrj ship and an oil carrier, lo op
erate In tho vicinity of Kcrguolcn Isl
and, where tho Norwegians already
havo stntlons. Three of tho vessels
will bo adapted for fuel oil. Norwe
gian w hnllng companies nro also reap
ing enormous dividends In southwest
African wnlers, nnd n rierimiii com
piny has Just been formed with a
capital ot 1:50,000 to paitltlpato In tho
Empress Liner Still Intact.
That all further attempts to snvo
Iho wieeked Catiadlan-Pnilllc sic un
ship llmprcss of China havo been
abandoned, la posit iv el) denied liyof
llceis In Iho Jiipiucso liner Nippon
Mam vvhlih sailed for San I'ranclsoj
Ibis moinlng nflcr having left seveial
hundred tons OilenUI cm go nt Iho
Tho distressed vessel lies soiuo fifty
miles distant from Yokohama hut not
far ridiu Iho tack followed by tho
Biomuois to and from Iho Jup.mobo
A icport had gained considerable
currency nlong tho China tonal that
Iho sulviigo company had decided to
cull off oierati(ins as tho China was
In u position wheio further efforts
yould provo futllo. Such Is not tho
cnto according lo roirls now reeelv
oil lioro and It Is claimed that tho sal
vage company has by 110 means given
up Its operations; on Iho cimtraiy the
work Is piogiesslng Blow!) hut Biirolv
toward n successful Issue. A canal
has been blasted through by which
Iho vossel ran bo rclloated, and ns
Jlio lies In a position faiily well pro
tected from the prevailing noitherl)
winds no present nppiehcnsloii Is felt
Ihnt Iho work will havo boon dono In
vain, Tho salviigo men havo been
closing up some leaks nnd making
the most eaierul prepaintlons for thn
not attempt at refloating.
'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin..,
-A-. 1..H& -lm.1. -
SWEEPING PEARL HARDOR CHANNEL
BUILDING WORK ID COMMENCE
The sweeping of the outer bar nt
t'eurl Harbor will bo started this lift
iriiiHin under the kem eo of tho navy
engineers. This N Uip llniil test to stu
whethir tho outer channel bun an cen
Hour coMted by ut linst thirty. Iho feet
of water Tho "sweep" usid for this
work Is of structural steel, fifty feet
hum mid weighing six tons. It Is bus
pouch d by Bteel chains from u coat
biirue, which Is towid ocr tho chan
If the sweep strikes uny obstruction
on the bottom, u dKer Is Kent down to
dim oxer Hh nature, nnd usually n ntlcK
or il)iiamlle iIoik the work,
The bltr Job or concreting the bottom
ot tin ilr)dotk under llft)-rour rect of
wutcr l prngrrsslng cen better than
the (ontraitors and navy engineers un
til Ipited, mid It Is prntlluilty eirtiilu
that this part or the work will be lln
Islml In about tlio time estimated when
the Tn mle sets were first put In place
Maniples or concrete laid for u weds
or ten da)s huo been brought up by
the divers and Into lit t n pronounced
excellent In every way.
Many Inquiries bnvo been received at
the olllie or the navy engineers In re
gard tn the construction of tlio inlmln
hdriitlou building nnd gi neral store
house at Pearl Harbor Sealed pro-
posnis ror this work will be opened a stllT one, but 11 number or )oung
Novunber 10, and as tho Job nine, lints men who had little or no previous ex
to nn uggregutc or 1&0,000, local con- perlehte suddenly decided to become
traitors are considerably Inti rested (draughtsmen, nnd couldn't miko good
The administration building, which when It came to facts and llgurcs
Thursday, Oct. 26.
Hongkong via Japan poits Nippon
Mnru, Jap. stmr., 2:30,
Friday, Oct. 27.
Kona ami Knu ports Mauna Ii,
stun., a. m.
Thursday Oct. 26.
Kauai ports Ukcllkc, stmr., 0 p. 111.
Friday, Oct. 27.
San l'lanclsco Nlpisju Mum. Jap.
stmr., C a. 111.
Per stmr. Mauna I.oa, from Konn
and Knu ports, Oct. 27. Jns. Morse,
11 C. Vaughan, C. Ariicmaiin, V. I.cp
or, O. A. Hermit, Mrs. U. Hardee, Mrs
J. Louis, 11. S. Moore, A. I.lojd, II. M.
(Illtel, I.. Tohrlncr. A. O. Ileer, Mrs
Norrls, I.en Wal. Ilov. C. Choi, H, W.
Diggs and C8 deck
Per T. K. K, S. S. Nippon Mnru,
from Yokohnnn, Oct 2fi. James M.
I-awrle, Mrs. K. Meguliv. Thiough
James I) Auld, Mr. and Mrs. C. II.
Sohree, II. P. Cromer, Clifford Jones.
Per stun. Maul from Knual ports.
Oct. 27. S. Spltzcr, W P. Trust, A.
Weill, F. Din, W. Thlelen, 1. A.
Per stmr, l.lkcllkc, for Knual ports,
Oct. 26 Wong Sam, C. Olson, Jim
Three Steamers May Change Hands,
Persistent rumors have been Inclr-
cul 1II011 that tho Pacific Coast Steam.
ship Company Is conducting negotia
tions for Iho purchase of tho steamers
Heaver, Hear nnd Hose Clt, owned
by tho S in Francisco & Portland
Steamship Company, which operate in
tho pissengor and freight trado be
tween Portland and California sirlB
It Is said by Iho Portland Tclcginm
that If the deal should bo consum
mated tho Harrlimiii Interests soon
will bo rid of nil their steamers, as
It Is understood tho PaelDc Mall boats
mo to bo taken over b) a New York
Tho Pacllle Coast Steamship Com
piny owns tho blenmeis Piosldctit and
(lovornor ami a largo number of othor
vessels which run out nf Seattle In
tho coastwise tiado. lames J. Hill
of Iho Croat Northern Is gcncrall)
credited with being Iho pilneipitl
Btockbnldci of the concent. 80 Ir tho
Btenmers running out or Portland do
chnugo hands us Indicated, it will
mean that the) will contluuo on tholi
present roulo. Additions nro expected
to bo made to tho fleet us needed,
II. P. Schwoiln, vlco president ami
general manager or tlio ilarilmaii
wntor Hues lias left San Francisco for
tho i:ast. Ho vvas aicomp.inlod b)
A. (1. I). Korrell, genoial passengoi
agent, and A. Otllngcr, general agent
of the San Finnrlscu S Portland
Steamship Compaii). It became
known homo tlmo ago that tho San
Fianclsco & Poitland Steamship Coin,
pany had decided deOnltel) to build
two more modern passenger and
freight sicnniors to rtm out of Port
land in conjunction with Iho Henvor,
Hear ami Hose City. If tho lopoitPd
transfer of the steamers Ui the Paci
fic Const Company should not ma
terialize a contract for Iho construc
tion of tho now stoameiB Is expect
ed to be let.
II 11 1 1 oil 11 IMIIorlnl Kooin Phone
2185- Hullo tlu Uusluess Odlre
I'lioue 2256. .
will (ontaln the oltceh ot tho comman
dant mid hendiiuarters of tho arlous
departments, will cost about tSo.duO,
while for the storehouse, which will bo
up to date In ever) particular of con
struction mid dislgn, 1100,000 has In ill
set aside 111 the npproprl itlou, One
tear from tho date or signing or tint
contract will be allowed for tho com
pletion or tho work, ,
lly the time that the unices nro ready
It Is expected that tho ollletrs' ipi ir
tirs will be ready ror occupancy. Plans
ror tluse, prepared here, were forward
ed to the bureau In Wiishlngtun to bo
prlnttd, mid when tiny nro returned
bids will be advertised Tor Kpeaklug
generally, the naval olllcers now sta
tioned ut Honolulu expect to take their
next Ihauksglvliig dinner at their new
homes ut Ptarl Harbor One and nil
lire looking forward to tho move, but
there Is a filling that u good roiuf be
twien the naval station ulul thn city
will be a practical necessity whin tho
thangc Is made.
Six applicants ennio up for exami
nation for draughtsman, held by tlio
naval engineers u few- davs ago. but
every tiindldite for the position failed
Ininentably. Aciorillngly upplliatlon
bin. liren turnip ror the transfc r or u
cnuipetent man rrom Clnrlestoii, H (',
to this city The cMimhmtloii was not
BEN WHITNEY FOUND
DEAD IN VACANT LOT
I.) big on the ginund, with 11 hand
kerchief sprend under Ills bead, lien
Whltno), aged forty )enrs, was found
dead ut 9,30 o'llock last night In 11
lot nt tho corner or Muunnkeii mid
Queen streets. Hurry llerger. who was
passing, made the discovery mid atonco
notllletl police heniliiiiarters.
Deputy Sherlrr Rose accompanied liliu
to the spot, nnd after an examination
the body was taken to the morgue.
Whltnc) bad uppareutl) hem ibad
ror two hours when discovered, and It
Is believed that his demise vvas duo-,
to heart disease.
The funeral service takes pl.ue this
afternoon ut Williams' undertaking
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record, Oct. 26, 1911.
lit of Tom May by Admr to Tis
or Kst of Tom May ,. AM
Kst of Tom Mny by Admr lo J P
Kst of Tom May b Admr to A II
W H lloogs and wf ct nl to J II
William It Mclncrny b) Att to .1
C Dual to Kol
A M Cabilnhn and wf to Henrietta
J Sllva ri
John Ilclhel to Dick K Diamond. ...U
Entered for Record, Oct, 27, 1911.
Antonio Tercelro to Joe Da Hough.. I)
S Ynninsakl lo Young Men's Snvs
Socy Ltd (j.M
Hon Lonilm and wf to Clt Mill Co
Mis 11 M Allen by Alt) to I, II Ka-
l,ll0 ' Itel
Melo Kaiilanl ct al lo W Ylm 8 1111.. 1)
W Ylm Sam lo Ilnthsheha M Allen.. M
OTTO IlWtNDT of tho Internal
Itcvcnuc department returned this
morning from Hawaii wheio ho has
t-ocn superintendent, tho erection of
Inter-Iiland and O. K. & I. shipping
booka for tale at ths D u 1 1 e 1 1 1
nfilrw Sflo eanh '
Sm ill nik'H button
(-all at liulli tin or-r.ocs-
REYNOLD B. McQRE
Assisted by Local Talent and
CHORUS OF FORTY VOICES
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
THURSDAY HVHNINIJ. NOV
Admission 1 Gallery 50o
Itesuved suits on sale on or nflm
Mondii) morning. Oi tuber SO. nt tho
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