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, EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, NOV. 20J9t1.
Al visiting mtmbsrn of ttc
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
'Meet on th
2nd and 4th
. t K.P.Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0th A..T
BENEFICIAL ASSHTUm ciationi cor.
KVL. MoKINlEY LODOE. HO. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd aud 4th Baturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock Id K. ot 1.
Hll, cor. Fort and IterctanU. Visit
ing brothers cordluily Invited ti at
P. F. KIMII3T, C. 0.
K. A. JAC'OIISON, K. H. S.
aONOLULTT IOBGZ. 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. 618, 0. P. 0.
Elks, meets in their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday ts
alng. Visiting Druthers art cordially
invited to attend.
v. v. it. iSENnEiia, e. n.
OF.O. T. Kl.UKOP.U Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO, 1, I. O.lR.'M.
Meets every first nnd third Tuesday
of eucli iniiiitli In Fraternity Hull. I. O
() !'. building. Visiting- brothers, pur-
llnlly Invited to attend.
W. J. ItOHlNSON. Sachem.
D. V. TODD. 0. of R. .
OAHU LODOE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Friday at
7 ." o'clock, Pythian JInll, corner Here
Inula and Fort streets. Visiting broth
rs cordlully Invited to attend.
S. DECKER, C. C.
O. HKIXU. li of It AS.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E..
Mi ets on second and fourth Wednes
dny evening of each month ut 7:30
ii'rlock, In San Antonio Hull, Vineyard
street, near Hmma. Visiting brothers
rn Invited to utt-nd.
p. inaatxs, w. p.
W.M C M'COY, Secy.
lMwnrd Curie, the noted Psychic of
finn Francisco, who for out twenty
yiiirs h:iH been prominently Identllled
w It It tlio Spirit imllxtH' sncl( tlcn ,V Amcr
U'.i, Is In Honolulu nnd will demon
ntnitt phychlc pliooiiomcn, etc. Spirit
ual advice on till mutters given. Dally
10 lo 4, evenings by appointment. Tel
i phone 3!13 or ut residence, 782 Klnnii
ftiiet. (Irnud Sc.tuce. eery Thursday
live, S o'clock C073-2W
MILTON & PARSONS
Oppotite Youny Hotel Phone 3080
WHCN BUYING ROOFING
Several vcirw' satisfactory use.
In tlio Islands have demonstrated
lis Mipeilnrlti for tills climate
File, in-1. 1 and water lexHtlng.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET
lnter-Iund nnd O, i & L, rthlppni
books for tulr nt (lis Hullotl?
ntllco. r0o euch
City Transfer Co.
BELLE OF IRELAND
UNCHARTED 111 1 1
Captain Davidson Greeted By Invasion of Excited and Out
raged Natives Robert Lewers Made Fine Trip Down
From the Sound Honolulan Completed Seattle Voyage
In Record Time Many Inter-Island Departures Tomorrow.
Cnplnln A. M. Davidson, a Bonliil
in.tHtcr of I lie 1 1 1 in llrltlsh frrlKlitvr
I'vllo of liclnnd hud iiccislou to
cratch his head In perplexity while lie
coiiKultcd IiIm cluiitH In n vain endcuv-
ur to locntn what IiIh olUccrH bellced
an Islet of mi inuau propiirtkni, ultual
oil within n few hours HtvainliiK and
In the southward of Honolulu to which
I oit hu v.iih IkiiiuiI vilth ii full Hhlp
inoiit of AiiHtralliiu coal
ViiliiK pahns nnd the hrlRlit urcen
.ilinues of the haiiiiua tree greeted tho
vision of a tarry old salt who kept
I he lookout on tho forecastle head of
tho "HoiinilluK ISelle," ns she majesti
cally forced aheiul under full steam
on u Sunday mornini;. The sklpiior.
nnd all hnuds were on the tlp-lou nf
epuctnticy at tho prospect of an ear
ly arrival nt Honolulu with practical
ly a whole day ashore.
"Land n ntiirliuiinl!" exclaimed tho
lookout from his pcarch aloft.
A ulnss U said to have recaled n
ple.isliiK aud tuvltltiK plcllite to tho
iitllo rompatiy i)f iiivn uiv hoard ,thq
TJHtlsli traiiiji 41114;' ua'oiity-lwaE'iIayie
As they nenred the spot, iiumlstnk
nhlu signs of civilization wcro brought
lulu vcw, RttllaillwiDiirejncilaiM'iiin
lllur !enls "of'On'Hif falieirliJ'tyoin up
with the closer approach of lo' 'lying
Innd. This oiuIhkIoh caused' j-onie
purji(elty' ami frequent consuljiyhnm
of the chart folluwed. A closer ln
entlmitlon plainly Indicated that no
such land should rightfully exist nt
the spot marked on the charts. .
Taking the glass In turn theof".
ccis trained the lenso Unm wrtp
pom eil u miniature parmllsamThe
inure Imaginative could rcadlty? dn
st'ilhc tho' habitation of presumably
South Sivi Island inugtiute In the olT-Ing-
Kvrjlblng polnied 'to"'an 'aflioUo
of clvlllzatlun. Ileddlng In pictures
mho array was Iluiuitcil to the breeze.
Colois were noted Hint denoted the
I onio of various consul's representing
lorelgn powers. An InWtlng picture
was afforded In a buth tub which be
tokened cleanliness being rnlher moro
essential than godllnoss ns a more
minute examination fulled to rowal
tho piesenco of an) thing resembling u
The sceno changed nnd becamo
moro tinlmated. Also, across tho gra
dually nun owing stretch of wntor,
sapnratlng tho Hhlp nnd Ihe new found
Islet u great hubiib ntose. The sound
was likened to Ihu breaking up of an
animated Democratic caucus or it
upliitcri gathering of tho local hoard
An hour passed then another, nnd
skipper and nil hands ucie again call
ed on deck there lo be brought face
lo face with a lather painful tevcln
tlon. ' Tho once Imagined tioplcal Islo
proved to be u miniature "Sargusso
Sea," made up of the once hanpy and
iindlMuihcd home nnd place uf lucu
ballon of our dear old friend, Stego
mylii Calopus, formerly uf Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii.
Tho banana tree that onco was the
pi hie and Joy of the Honolulu house
holder on being convejed to soino
listanci) at sea has presumably under
the dliectlon of the Civic Fedemtlon
of Slegomln, becamo banded togeth
er The attachment Tor Honolulu
town Is, lmwoor, too strong to bo so
lightly enst aside, which In n manner,
may account foi tho collect Ions of
Ireos, stumps, brush, nlso household
i rtlcles such as mnttrcsses, discarded
I oils, furniture miiiio minus Important,
piulH. Ioiih of bottles, vainly Booklnfe
u snfo lutu'ii within abandoned Ico
boxes nnd oilier nitlclos, which hovorl
pot far from the plnce whoro they,
weio ruthlessly mialcheil by an oner-
Tel. 1704 Wines andUqiioW!,Tel."hM
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
gollc nnd well meaning clean-up com
niltlee. And tho poor but hoieful -Htcgo-myla
Cahipus. Nollilng daunted I hey
greeted the Hello of Ireland nsian old
ft lend, ns Iti ill not be remembered
that Captain Davidson and his com
nianil Mis,a vlsllor-nt Honolulu 'from
September lUth 'to the 2dlh of that
mouth when n Inrgo shipment b'f Aiir
trallau coal 'was left, for the, Inter
Island Steam Nnvlgntlon Compiiti).
Stegomyin nnd his but little diminish
ed (impolicy boaided the Hello of Ire
1'iud in such numbers that the bo's'n
wns on the point of bringing out the
ship's nrscnal. The short nnd unmol
ested (ire ut sea Is said to have prov
ed highly beneficial to tho material
development or the Insects and some
rnre sjsirt Is promlfol Die ntmroil who
becomes tired of comiuests with mere
birds or flying fish.
A nutation will probably follow on
the Ik'lle of Ireland's charts nnd
"Davidson's Island'' near Honolulu
may et go rattling down the corri
dors of time nnd fanio and. become a
Shipbuilding returns of tho llurenu
of XuWgutlon of Hie Department of
Commerce und Labor for the quarter
ending un September UOth lust show
n fulling off when compared! with the
corresponding period of 1910. There
weie 3.V) sail and steam essels of
rG.!lS tons constructed In the United
States dining the quarter Just ended,
Lust year the number was 37C of 91,137
gross tons. Of the 3.0 vessels built
In the last quarter 131 were construct
ed on the Atlantic und Gulf Coasts,
while ninety-two were built on the
shores of the Grout Lukes. Seventy
were built on the l'ucltlc Coast.
Belle of Ireland to Kauai.
Captain A. M. Davidson, master of
Die Urlttsh freighter IK-He of Ireland,
will not liuvo n great while to enjoy
I ho delights of Honolulu town. The
vessel wll! piocced to I'ort Allen. Kutt
nl, there to complete tho discharge
of 5C00 tons Australian coal. Twelve
hundred tons of tho fuel are colniroii!
of the ship at tho Fort street wharf.
'I'lin llnlln at Iml.,,.1 nl.xt.nn.. In,., ll.n
v i.vitv- ... i.vt.iMii nictituvii iiiitj me
harbor yestcrdny afternoon nnd wns
entered nt tho customs this morning.
Twenty-two und one half (lays 'Were,
consumed In tho voyngo Irom Newcas
tle, N. S. W. For flvo dnys after leuv-i
iug the Australian poit, the Hello
(lanced tlaouKh a hoavy sea biit no
damage was done because of rough
weather und strong llcnd winds. Tho
vessel and her master havo visited
tho port on (ucvlnus occasions. C.i
nrewcr und Company represent the
vessel at tho port ami the coal wfl(
also he handled thy 'that 'firm.'
Captain Davidson slates Unit he huco
visited tho Hirt as the umster of Iho
Hello or Scotland. There is a well
balanced cricket team enrolled with
tho members of the crew. Two sacks
of later Australian mall vvero received
Hall In With Small Cargo.
Foily passengers leturncd from
KiiiimI ports In the steamer W. O. Hull
which wns nn nrrlvnl on Sunday
morning. 'Fursor Logan reported
fresh trades and choppy Kcas on the
homeward voyuge. Tho rnrgo 'Includ
ed 1!0 sucks cocnauuls, some ompty
sacks nnd 28 'pneknges Hiindrles'.
Sailing,'? for Tomorrow. '
Tho Mauna Ken, tho luter-lslaud
flagship Is due 'to ileiatt for llllo and
way iorls ut ten o'clock tomorrow
morning taking among tho (lnMongois
n number of touilsts destined for the
TIDESSUN AND MOON
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1,7 "-T-M 3 4i i t.i call .m;
New moon Not '2D nt 10:18 a. in.
Temperatures 0 a. in., 72; 8 a. in.,
73; 10 a, 'in., r; noon, IT,; morning
llnrometer, S a, In., 30.0-1; absolute
humidity, 8 a in., 0.848 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 u. In.,
78 per cent; dew point, 8 u. m., t!0.
Wind 6 a. in., velocity 12, direction
N. K.; 8 'u. in, velocity 12, direction
.V. K.; 10 n. m., velocity 23, direction
II.; noon, velocity 17, direction X. II.
Hnlnfnll during 24 hour's ended 8 n.
in., .01 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 310 tulles.
volcano. Following tho Mauna Ken'
will be the Mniina l.oa to sail at noon
for Komi ninl Knit ports. This ves
sel will be well laden with cargo nnd
curry it big list of passengers. At tho
noon hour the l.lkcllko for Hotioknn
nnd Ktikulhnele Is to sail with cargo
only. Tho evening departuies now
on the berth Include the Klnau for
Knitnl ports and Mlknhnlu for Maul
nnd Moloknl purls, these vessels sail
ing un or about live o'clock.
Will Navigate Amazon.
Captain IC. K. Drown, for inuliv
jears a navigator on tho Yukon river,
who was scut ns nn expert to Inves
tigate tho tpo of vessel best suited
lor the rubber trnde on the Amazon,
will take with him to the tropics
twenty steamship captains and engi
neers to opcrnle tho lleet of fourteen
vessels now building In Pittsburg.'
Captain Drown has returned after
tlnco years spent In traversing the
Amazon nnd Us tributaries, which tap
the rich rubber districts of South
America. According to Captain Drown
the Yukon river steamboat men are
the Jiest In the wot and he believes
they will make the best pilots on the
Amazon because of their experience
In the swift northern waters. '
Mexican Bringing New York Freight.
The Anieilcan-Hnwallan freighter
Mexican, the. first. vessel lo resume the"
tiluugnhtr, service which Includes Su
llna Qruz, San Francisco, Seattle Ha
waiian Island ports nnd n return to
the Isthmus of Tehunntepec, will bs
here on or about December 4th accord
Ins to Into advices received by C. I'.'
Morse, general freight agent ror the
line. The Mexican is bringing Now,
York cargo 'transhipped us follows:
No. 241 Kehtucklan, 242 Oregonlun
and 243 Texun, which left New Yoik'
nn Oct. 11 th, 17th nnd 23rd respect
Captain Plltz Plays Return Engage,
ffllit!llii Pill n uninn nlwtit'u ,,...
incntly Identified with the shipplilfc or
tho Hawaiian Islands. Is ni-iilii enroll.
nl ut tho customs house this time us
the master of tho trim American
schooner Ilobcrt Lowers. The wind
jammer urilved yesterday wllli 790,099
feet or 1'itgot Sound lumbor nnd was
brought Insjdo byCuptiiln Hyde, mus
ter of the Mntson Navigation tug In
trepid. The vessol Milled from Port
Townsend on November 1st. Fuvor
able winds nnd sens woro met on the
trip ifown to the IsluiidH.
Lady In Charge 'of Engine Room.
Manila boasts "the only fully quill
fled lady engineer lu tho whole of the
Orient " Miss Haas, who Is the i-ln-clpal
iiHslstant to Kngluecr Dobbs, Is,
' are told, an engineer of consider
able experience, a graduate of tho
universities of California and Coluin
I'la (New York), and a member nf
tho most Important Institutions In
her profession. She has had long ex
perience lu flold and construction
work lu Southern California aud Is
un engineer not only with a wlilo
theoretical kowlcdge or the woik but,
with a sound pructlcal training.
'Lurllne to Sail at 8lx Tomorrow Even.
The Mill son Navigation steamer
Lurllne will sail nt six o'clock tomor
row evening und not Ave o'clock as
announced lu a morning (iuer. Tho
vessol will depart with about twenty
four passengers and cargo Including
120(1 tons molasses, 3!0il cases pines,!
-'uuu hauanas nnd quantities of colTe?,
lice, honoy und sundries. The Lur
llne sails fium Huckfeld vvhaiL
Pasting of Another Clipper Ship. '
The ship Cromilnle, well known in,
the ilnvH of Iho Australian clippers.
Mruck a rock whllo enlorlng Queens
lown Harbor In u heavy seu. It Is
feared sho will become a totul wreck,
Tho Crnmdulo took nway 30,34,", h ig
of whent fioin Sydney. A steel shin
''of IS 19 tons, she wuh built nt Glasgow
OneWlndjAnjmer at Kahulul.
-Onti wltilljaniilicr, tho Ktikn Hend Is
still holding foith at tho haibor or
Kahulul, according lo Purser French
uf. the.lutet-lsliiud steameiMlkiiliabu
The Koko Head biought Australian
coal ror the Jtnul rt. Tho Mlkahnla
Is'dischnrglilg if genernl cargo brought
from .Maul nnd Molokul ports Includ
ing 82 hogs, 14 crntes chickens, 5
boxes eggs, 53 bags empty bdl(les
nnd 1 1" pneknges sundries.
Derelict Pasted In North Pacific.
VICTORIA, II. C Oct. 20. Thp do
minion wireless station received the
following message t inlay: "9:12 a. m.
Kmpress or Japan, enslbound, reports
passing n water logged 'fl'hlng vessel.
lUtltuilo 49-11 north, longitude 127:31
west. No one on board, Kniprcaa
made attempt to pick her up. but wns
unable to do so without great loss 01
Change of Wharf for Matton Liners.
Steamship companies which have
leen petitioning the California State
Doaid of Harbor Commissioners for
months to hasten construction of new
wharves have been notllied of the as-'
slgument of four of the new struc
tures, which will be built nt Sun Fran
cisco ns soon as bids can bo tecclved.
The docks weie nsslgncd ns follows:
Nos. 30 and 32 to the American
Hawaiian Hteaiiibhlp'Coinpany; No. 2S
to the Mntson Navigation Company,
nnd No. 20 to the California and At
lantic Slenmshlp Company,
These docks will be constituted be
tween Hpear and Harrison sttecls.
I'latiH nto also Mug completed for
two uddllloual docks ninth or Lom
It la cxpeclcd thai the dock to be
constructed at Union stieet will be
assigned to 't'lte Ocedtilc 8lentnshl
Company. As soon ns the Matson
Company moves rrom Pier 38, this
dock 'will he'ttirned oVer to (he South
ern l'ucltlc Company.
A. V. Saph, 'clller engineer of tho
board, repilrted (hat plans for the
new work were so nearly complete
that they would be parsed tiM)it b)
Iho Strtto Engineer at Sacramento
niil be ready for, advertising wllhln a
Instead or constructing one n- two
docks at a time. It Is announce,! that
tlin entire Mix will be construeled si
multnneously and (hut they will be
rendy for use within a your.
MR. A. A. YINO'S
Friends of A. A. Young nroenngrnt
Hinting hint todny. It being the occa
sion of'Tils thirty-eighth birthday.' Mr.
Young is "an Island buy." nnd ulthoiiirli
his snei'JiilLv In eiVDri,. wuh enifltiet.r-'
Ing, he Is marl; Ins" his caret r with a
suecessful liuslnesH recoriT". he. having
assumed practically all the responsi
bilities carried by his father, the late
Alexander Young, In the miiiuigeineiit
of the hotel properties of the city";
' 5- I
Chief or Detectives McDuIIlo, Cap
tain C. II. Hukei- and other olllcers,
who went out yesterday afternoon in
somen or Peter Itotlilgttns, who es
caped 'from the prison have not been
heard from. It Is likely 'that (hey arj
now plowing their way thiotigh tho
thick laiitiiua bushes lu Klpapu
julci. Where It Is believed Iho prison
er Is hiding himself. ,
Ciller McDullie und his men have
ample supply or provisions to last
them, ut least, a week. Sheriff Jar
rot stnted today Hint no' report has
been received by hlui fiont Iho lllg
Chler. Heforo leaving yeslerday lift
crnoon, McDulHo Htuted that 'ho would
return with tho prisoner.
K Tlillilnson, 'flrrough 'their at-
this morning Hied a suit
the Maul Sugar Company for
J33.000 and Interest at K per cent The
'complaint states that the coinpiiuy
r i w
uiaile notes to Wong Knwul aud that xuiuw, ami quaiiriliie-Ker(HV ships, and
he i ndorsed tl i to tlie plnlutlfis. They j" will sboilly be ililvlng, thioitgh
beenme due on October 20, Ifloii,' lnit'BeHrB' '" "evernl Bliiglo-berevv and
tlu company refused to pay them
There are eight promissory notes for
400 each nnd one for llnuo, mid nre!,'"m,lll"lll,n with toelpiocatliig stoam
part of a niortgagv for IsO.ono iiulh(ir-c"Kll"'H, "",l ' ilestioj(.r which was
Iwil ty Iho ittockbolders away back
-v jo. be set-f0r hearing
The Loi'd'YouiIg Dnglnrerlni! t'om-'
lmny. through their attorneys, this liner Honolulan maili- a very good
morning llle.l n Inotbln that the hear-ltilp to Seattle, the lime being under
Ing of the exceptions taken by John H. eight days. The Honolulnn sailed
WII"on to their answer as defendants! from llllo lo the Sound pint dliect,
In the case biought ngalnst them by . leuvlui! llllo at i'.-:in ,i i, i.,'
him be set ror hearing.
This Is In cnnneillon with the In-
Junction suit llleil by Wilson against
the engineering III in retard Inc- tint
ii wind lo them of the contract for the'lMit lor Kohalueo, l.aup.ihoehoe and
llrst seitloii of the belt mad jPapaaloa on Wednesday evening. The
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
'Just n few lines from n man who
owes bis existence to you, This writ
ing Is n happy 'anniversary as It Is
now one venr that 1 have not lost n
driy due to my old trouble 1 am f( el
lug line nnd the tist Is normal 1 can
not express or uttir nn appreciation
suitable Wishing nii unlimited suc
cess "P. CHANDI.F.n,
"3.VJ Main Street,
Two years ago on Christmas Day,
riiiiiidlir wiik given up In flay. N. V.
by bis Inline physicians, lie Iniil dropsy
to the bursting, nenrlv 60 ', iilbuineti
mid early death was looked up us cer
tain. The family was III despair They
heard of u rot every lu an adjoining
town nnd one of them Went to see about
It. They lent lied that the recovery was
iffeited by Fiilliin'i", Henal Compound,
anil I'linnillcr wns put on It on that day.
It was ii very hard case and recovery
was slow, but about n year thereafter
be was able to n turn to employment.
The nbove nnnlv usury tells the rest
Wonder whdt physicians think of nil
this, who nr wedded to nltro glycerine,
digitalis mid Ilaslmm's Mlxtuie, umUr
which failure Is certain.
Ask for pamphlet At alt druggists
I a it ii I vmi i
Sunday, Nov. 19.
Kahulul Lin Hue, M. N. S. K.. a. in
Maul, Molokal and Uinal ports
Mlkahaln, sltiir., a. in.
Kauai pints W. G. Hall, ntnir., it.
Hawaii (Kills I. Ikelike, stinr., a. in
Newcastle, N. S. W. Hello of Ire
land, llr. stmr., p. m.
Pugct Sound Robert Searle, Am.
selit-., (i. in.
I 1'AS.SJfXIJKHS AHItlVh!)
Per stmr. Mlkahala, from .Maul and
ilolokal ports, Nov. 19. Mrs Mala-
kuii. Jus. Goldstein Mrs, Oiiltukn,
Miss L, Wnllncn, Mrs. Kuleptia, Mis.
A. Hnttle, Ah Moon, Mrs. .1. S. Town
aend II. It. Meyer, Mi v. IC. lloll aud
child, O. 0. Cooke aud wife, Mrs. Wea
herby, Miss Cahlelru.
Per stmr. W. G. Hull, front Kunnl
ports, Nov. 19. Chow Yuen. Wong
Yee Chit Ylm, llcv. II. T.tkedn, J. II.
Townsend, (1. P. Thloleit, A. I.nrnach,
S. G. Colin, Otto Schmidt
t ztt-tt-z 1 :
Per stmr, Mnhua Ixiai for llllo, via
way iorls, Nov. 21. J. P. Curls, Mrs,
C. M. Durcston, J. II. Clint lea. J. A.
Worthen, A.-L. Castle, Mr. McUttgara
and wife, A. D. Daldwln, Mrs.- II. W.
Rice. I). iM. Klllnnhe. J A. McOulre.
Miss Helen .McOulre.
I WATKKFItOXT NOTKS
Geared Steam Turbines.
It is stated that tho Socletcd Coe
kcrlll of Antwerp Is about to build
two turbine steamers ror (he Divei
Ostend kervlce. Tho vessels me to
be piopclled by twin-screws, driven
by Pat sons turbines or 8U0ll shaft
horsepower, geared down by means
or Fottlngcr transformers. Similar
pinpclllug machinery Is (o be Install
id In n Vessel which Is on the stocks
til Dunlg foi a German coast service
Iho Holtlngor apparatus has never
been used In association with mailnc
turbines of anything like this power,
although many engineers have been
or the opinion ror it long lime that
this was Idenl employment Tor II. In
It n ccntilfuga pump Is associated
with u water turbine. '
Only, one lliitlth vessel has had tho
Fottluger gear the gas eiiglued
coaster llolzupfel 1. Ililtlsh shlpown-
eis huve, to dale, (ircfened tho luecb
nnlcal gear which the Paisons com
.puuy titled expoitincutnlly to the sin-
gie-setew steumer Vespasian. Two
tw lu-serew llrltlsh dostroyeis of 14,
I'OO horsepower, which ute being built
at Dumbiiitoii, ute to huve this sys
tem or transmission. So nre the two
twin-screw steamers which Ihu Fair
field Company, or (lovnn, Is Imlldlin-
mr the Southainplon-llnvre service ol
the Loudon and Houtli-Wesleiii llu'l
way Company. A vesfpl which Is on
tho stocks ut Wnllseud, ror the llie.it
Western Hallway 'Company's, I 'Ish
Kiiard Russian- service, Is also to !.
fitted with It.
The number or ways lu which tho
Parsons turbine Is applied in marine
propulsion begins lo be notable. It Is
driving direct In IuIii-hciuw, niple-
twlii-sciew veascl. In thy Olympic ami
one or two other llneis It works, lu
' eenuy oiuoied linui Mesrs. Thoiny-
L""1 " win no usii.l lu association
with a Diessel oil engine.
Honolulnn Made Fast Time.
A cable lecolved at Castlo and
Cooke, agency, this moiiilng, was to
tho effect that the .Mntson Nnvli. nl.,,,
of November Dili.
The Intel -Island steamer Heletio
mis uecu piaceii on (lie north to do
vesscl will sail at llvo o'clock
evening Hiking caigo only.
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mournfully ut the thought or movlm,
the hundreds or tons out to sea "
tinder the guidance or "General" J
I. Helset, named special commllkc-
niitu lu charge of handling the gaih
lige from the city to the wharves, an
army of men and wagons worked yes
terday. Something like lift wagons
were lu service. As it lesult, It was
Impossible to get all the stun out to
Tug lit n llurr).
It wns deelured this morning that
tho tug Intrepid, which had been
hired (o low (hn scows to sea, was
not operated rigid- Supervisor I.ow
'said today that twice the tug brought
back (lie scows with only about hair
of the loads dumped overboard, lin
ing being anxious to race outside
again and get a more prolltnhle tow
In tlm form of vessels oh port.
The volunteer organization, made
possible by the cooperation of many
business firms ntnl Individuals who
contributed drays and ill Ivors, was
available for one day only, ntnl now
the Sttpet visors must wrestle with Iho
problem of disposing of the gaibage
The citizens' coiumltlco will hold u
meeting ut 3:30 o'clock tills after
noon, ut which lopotts on yestetduy'fl
work will bo made.
Big Territory Covered.
Reiser did the woik of tlireo men
yeslerday, but he couldn't be lu every
place at otire, and sometimes he round
things lagging lu his absence. One
gioup or (iilsoiicni on the ilock.4 did
very little Wink, und Hie lima In
chaige appeared to eate little wheth
er tbey worked or not.
Generally speaking, there wan mote
ofroctlve work done lu getting life
ilelirls down to the wharf than lu
handling It (o the scown and out In
tea, and a pari or this Is undoubted
ly due to Hie fnct that the prlsoneia
weren't handled rlftht.
The m my or men and wagons wis
at work very shortly after seven
o'clock, nnd "Genetnl" Reiser ha I
marshaled his foices will. They weio
fairly evenly distributed, and tin
nilx-upH were surprisingly few, cou
tldcrlng the big territory 'to be cov
eted, the lack of tlmo to perfect or.
ganlzntlon and the tendency of a giod
many of tho man to loaf when a good
chance ptescntcd Itself.
Not until the teams fairly got to
work was It realized what an im
mense amount of material was to bo
handled. Three thousand tons Is not
putting It too high, Tho debits Is hard
to handle, loo, ror each piece must
be handled separately. Tho Maklkl
district, patts of Punchbowl, King ainl
ncrctnnln sticets, Kallhi and oth-.-r
sections looked almost like hnyflehl ,
(Contlnuod from Page 1)
required rifticii days In Jill nnd al
lowing the government lo keep half of
the money he Is alleged to havo mail"
luring bis last trip by smuggling and
peddling opium, will be at libel tvt
start It nil over again If be wants to
llnel.uns stilted that Smith only
made up his mind to plead guilty tills
morning, ami that the case was one
with a vi ry Interesting blnry -,vhhli
he would give out later, being too liusy
lo ivplalu It at the present time Hu
said that most probably the reason why
Smith decided to jilead guilty was that
be h.nl round out what evidence was
For the llrst time since he has been
appearing before the court, Smith
showed some signs of iirrvousnesH when
standing up receive seuleiue.
When seen nftir sentence bad been
I"' Miiiciil this inoriilng. Smith Slated
that he had nhsoluttly nothing to say
In coiiuiitlon with the matter.
It Is truly a fortunnto tiling for
most of us that wo are not compellid
in transform nil our thoughts into
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASE OF PUBLIC LANDS.
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, IV-
ivmbir 23, inn, at the front door of
the I'upltnl lliilhllug, Honolulu, there
will be sold at public auction, under
provisions r 'aii -, ijini Alt f imi;,,
Hi 1 1 Inns 27ii-L5 Inclusive, Rcvlsid
Laws or Hawaii, a lease of the lol
lowlnit desiilbed laud:
loveriuiiint lot at the coiner of l-3t
and Allen sin els, Honolulu, containing
un area of Snoil squaie feet.
Dpsi I n ntnl, louo.oii per minimi, p i.v-
nblii seiul-mimiallv In niU.-inee. IVrin
of lease, 3 years flom December 23.
l'JII, subject to termliiatlou on onn
Jem's wrlttui notice. If said lot Is re
quited ror public uses.
For mai nnd fuither imitleulnrs, ap
ply at the nlllee or the Commissioner
of Public Lands, Capitol Hulldliig, I In
'chahiVdh K, JIJDD
Commissioner of. Public Ijiuds
Honolulu, November 20, lad,
fWsfc Nov. 21, 2C; D'C. 2, 9, 10, 23,
. f,'v un,