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rVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, DEC. 1, 1911.
Wntcrliouso Co., Lid.. Gets
First Shipment of Won
Tin- Wntcrliuiire Co., Mil., wlio havo.
oUotiilvely nilvcrtliri'il tlio tart Hull
they would be In position to deliver
Noiseless tyiicwrllcrs on November
Kith, Imvo ri'colvcil their first nlilp
turiit of tli"o silent writing' iimehlnoB.
Tim representative of this miner,
when ho called, fomid demonstrations
being iniulo to a nnmbef of Interested
spectators, end from tavoraulo rnin
tui'iitit i. aile, there appears to be no
iloul). but that the Noiseless Type.
wilier, when seen In operation, fully a unity of action capablo of tho high
suustia'tlales nil claims made for It est operatlns speed.
(Continued from Pno l
t, anil iKAt time he lakes llii'rOj
'Kill nrtlrers and old h.liid alike
tnko Inlorc-t In helping law men, and
t.tiln;.B ire tnnile as easy for them ns
pii-slhlc. oricn men are detailed spe
rlnlly In look nftT and Instruct the
rcrrults. . The cruisers an' holding
i l-rtro ilrllls, but not iiiirii of them than
would !) the ease nt nny other port. '
Piohnhly when wr rnino back from
man' -ivers this end of the work will
l, ib v.khm1 At previa only rum
IkiiiIiii an. Iiilinr drllleil loiter there
Will I- , till for the lilltlllllMII of each,
slilp ami pwstbly evolution for the
til If. Il.. b.itl.illniiK of the regiment.'
Tlii- n - will iiIkii get ii chance to
pin i. Ii II.. Ir I, 'nx ashore"
I Il8l!l!r fi"d
- lh Territory for transcript at all.
j The roiitciitloii of the Supreme Court
Mrs Jordan's records at the Assoel- In Umt us the Judge and ebTk of tho
at'fl ClmrllP'S xlimv that Ihlr'ly-fonr Court of 1-nnl IlcgM ration servo wlth
f.iii'itl"! wire prorld'-il with dinners 'nut nny extra hay, that the court can
on 'i hi'ikiRlxin? Day Contributions' not ho cnnslilcrcd us one of the Clr
I., 11 i-li inllrH were ninilc bv ll lllirn- mil 1'itnrtR. lint hiiikI lin tonketl on as
Ih-v oi ill,- M'hnols and also by prl-
vnte Individuals. In addition to nro-
rcrics and fruit, money for fresh meat
was B'ven ench head ot a family
THE TYPEWRITER PUUO
nrPEWRrra has come
by the manufacturers.
Tim N'oIi-cIobb Typewriter Company,
which la hacked ly u powerful aggre
gation ot financiers mid mechanical
experts, RimrnntecH that tho nolselcHH
operation of ItH machine has been ob
tained without sacrlllcliiK those. feat
tncs ot clllelonry, facility and dura
bility, which characterize tho rccng
illicit typewriter standards ot tho
Tho methods of operation nro uni
formly standard and tho key arrange
ment of the machlno follows tho mil-
Ucrsal arrangement and Is equipped
to willc SI characters. The company
stateo that tho Noiseless typewriter
Is so nicely adjusted that It 'possesses
That the attorney-general Is nut in-
t receive free of cot u Iran-
'wrlpt'of the evidence and proceed I lies
III a ease tried In the Court of Land
Ileitlstnitlnn. Ill which Hie Territory
was ii p.irly. by reason of the fact that
the stenographer who reported inn
ease uns nil olllelal stenographer of
the Circuit Court of the Kirst Circuit,
. Ii the opinion of the Supremo Court
biindeil down this morning. Too
only exception to this rulo Is what tho
slenosraphrr has been nsslgned tho
duty of net lug as Mich court reporter
ninlir Mellon l!2 of the Revised Ijivvs.
Tbli Is the result of a ease that was
taken up to the Supreme Court for n
riilln;?. and which arose out of the fnct
'that lb" iittiirncy-Rcncrnl linked for a
j Iramirlpt of a case In which be was
appearing for Iho Territory In tho
i Court of Uuid Itcglstrnlloli. The
stenographer. I. Mourlro Me.Miihnn.
asked SO rents a folio, whereas the
Irfunlnr price Is 12 1-2 cents.
The nttorncy-Kcncrul not hot about
vl,at o thought was a hold-up. and
(stated tint he would have the matter!
tested out as lo whether the court'
Utcimgriiphers had any right to charge
ln.nR UmielliliiR distinct and that
therefore' tho Territory lias no rlcbt to
ilomnnii a free trnnscrlpt ns allowed In
' tho Circuit Courts,
IN LAND COURT
are cordially invited to witrtfess a demonstratioft of this
at our offices or our showrooms
THE WAT ERHOUSE COMiPAtfY9 LTD,,
"A llionsniiil workmeii now swarm
over the Oceanic stcamshliis Sonoma
and Ventura at tho Union Iron 'Works
III Sail l-Valiclsco," declared all olllrcr
of the Sierra on arrival Ibis inornliiff.
The work Is belnc rushed ns rapidly
as equipment and nun will permit, and
It In the general expectation in loasi
shlpplni? circles that the Sonoma will
be ready to take up a run, presumably
to New Zealand and Australian ports,
not later than the middle of April. Tho
Ventura, also under l-oniplelo recon
struction, will soon follow In n service
which will undoubtedly unlto Honolulu
Willi San Krnnclsco In a much more
At tho time or ileparture or me ru-
crrn, the Sonoma was praciieaiiy in-
iiudeil of all her machinery anil Don
ers. The wharves at 'Iho shipyard are
reported as having been Uttered with
the parts which will, nflcr a Rcncrui
overhaullUB, ko back Into the liner.
Pago Pago a Possible Port of Call.
The S.unoan business, which unco
went to the Occiuilc line, ,1s credited
by Sierra ollleers who were In the
trade as always u hlahly prolltnble one.
Kadi trip of the Sprrckels liners n
lariic amount of frelabt and supplies
were shipped to the American port In
the South rucllle. This business now
Is beliiir handled by the Weir Line,
which coniimny has but recently been
very unfortunate In the lo. of two
vessels the Aeon and. Inter, the Kiilnht
of St. Ucorite. It Is claimed that In
IniiiillliiL- the t'ano I'iikii bU'lnesM tho
ricriinle I'omiiiiiiv nlways) recelveil a
suhMuntlal sum In frelsht cluirKes.
Honolulu Sure to Benefit.
Honolulu Is sure lo rrcelve the ben
ellt by a more frequent service throiiKli
Iho reconinilsslonlUK or the Snnoina and
Venlura, It Is freely predicted that
these vessels will have hs their ter
minal either Auckland or Sydney. That
they will not pass by Iho prollliiblo
trade between San I'ranelsco and Ilo
nolulii and vice versa Is n foreRono
conclusion In the opinion of those who
profess to know on board tho Sierra.
Many cIiuiikcs are planned In thri re
construction of the vessels of the Oce-
nnle llit. The Sonoma and enturn
will bum oil, anil It Is now salil that
some elialiKOS are in oe oi.ino in "
Sierra In order Hint that vessel may
use ruel oil III the nalleys Instead of
Drought Tourists and Dr. Clarke.
The ttrcnler hulk of tho one hundred
passencers nrrlvliiR In the Sierra 'this
iiinrnliiR were lourlsls. mainly from
Southern California points. When the
smllliiK features of Dr. (1. V. Clnrko
were- noted this ninrnlnit, he was show-
ered with ronRrntulntlons by, hls le-
kWii of friends In this cljy. Dr. Clarke
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CALL AT HONOLULU
was compelled through Illness lo re-
nn In iisbore for one trip. ThoiiKli not
eoniiiti'lelv rcemernl. the Keiilnl liiedl-
il olllcer s ran d V rcRilllllni: "is
l'urser "Tom" Smith and Chief Slow
aril Carleton sine did things In tho
nrrnliRcincnt of a ThaiiksKlvliiR "lo-
bratlon on bonrd, which will remain
fresh In the memory of the travelers
for n lonir tlmo to come. Captain
Houdlctte sened as an cntertalnlnR 0 n nurtnco contrarteil with a con-'
host at n sumptions) dinner Riven I'"'t tnictor for the erection of the billld
evenlnif. which from a Rastrononilo;. .. , ,rr rcnilses nlid the said con-
stntldpolnt Is declared would Imvo few
equals In the best holelrles III New
Two hundred and four sacks later
mainland mull arrived In Iho Sierra,
which was at her wharf beforo 8
o'clock this mernliiB. Tor the first few
days after lenvlmi San I'ranelsco Iho
Sierra met with variable wimls mill
some roiiRh seas, Tho Sierra Is a
fcteady-rldhiR boat and no dlscomllluro
to passengers resulted.
The liner arrived here with over two
thousand tons enrso, n dozen iiutomo
blles. 100 I'lililn and 40 steeraee paE
renders. SCULLY SUES
J. T. Scully, former theatrical ninn
hero and more recently aviation pro
moter nn the mainland, returned from
San Krnnclsco on tho Htenmor Slorra
thin illumine and simultaneously
came news of tho fact Unit Scully has
filed milt Tor $.Vl,Ono datuascs against
Iho Stewart Hotel Company, nf San
Krnnclsco, C A. Stewart and 11. J.
Ilohliisou,' upon whoso complaint tho
San Krnnclsco police caused tho ur
rcst of Scully In Portland, Ore., on n
charge of grand larceny.
Scully's nrrest In Portland, owing
lo n misunderstanding over it dishon
ored check, was given wldo publicity
ut tho time. II wns quickly explained
by the fact that some local people up
on whom Scully was depending lo
ninkn payments did not deposit tho
money hero lu,lils account us ho had
oxpccled. An ,: mailer of fart, Iho
Blory that Scittly was In, I rouble Was
received hero as an exaggeration nml
tho later iliiveloptueiiiB showed Hint
his friends hero woro right.
Ilut ibcaatlfu'l,', houses do not neces
sarily nmlso onutlfnl hoinea.
Write or Telephone and btir
.representative will call
DLL DOTAGE 1
That the material-men's Hen can not
be defeated by virtue of certain spc
ellle provisions contained In the con
tract between the pemon makliiR the
contract with the orlKliuil .contractor
of which the niaterlal-men had no no-.
lice, Is the decision of tho Supremo
Court ns iilveti out this morning In
connc.ctou 'with the case
j,rothcr aKaliit Mclllo K. 1
. ., n.ivt,
.,, ,,,, ,,r ,i, - ,.- ,iint Mel
tractor havliiR purchased material,,
rrom the plaintiffs In this case,, ns ma-terlal-nien,
which materials were em
ployed In the construction, of said
bulldliiK. nnd said tnatcrlils not being
paid for and the plaintiffs within tho
statutory tlmo utter the completion or
the building, duly perfected their lien
as matrrlal-mcn. Tho defendants re
fused their right to n Hen on the
grounds that In tfio original contract'
between Melllo'K. lluttaco and the con
tractor thero was a cl.iuso statlnRthat,
po siib-conlrnctor or other person fur
nishing innterl.il or labor to tho con-,
tractor will be recognised, nor will tho
owner bo responsible In' any way for
persons taking n bond. There wns n
further rlauso stating that all lumber.
was to bo purchased fropi Allen &
The syllabus handed down In con-,
neitlon with the derision reads: "Tho
right In u lien which Is Riven by stat
ute lo n nintcrlal-man can not lie-destroyed
by u provision ugnlnst Hens
contained In the contract between the
owner of the building nnd tho con
tractor, to which contract tho ma,tc-rlal-man
wns not a parly mid of which
ho had no knowledge."
SOUTH DAKOTA GETS
OUT CLEVER PAPER
The hhlp. ot tlio Pacific licet nro
known IhriuiRhont tho service for tho.
snappy uiul wcll-eiiiteu papers poo-
llshed aboaril, and certainly the "Ass
Dee." it booklet gotten out on tho
Bimtli Dakota, Is a big asset to tho
Heel's reputation, nnd Is lis Rood as
anything done In the entire navy.
The paper has been published con
tinuously on the ship for four years',
and durliiB Hint time has been edited
by Chief Klectrlelan W. It. McLcnil.
lioth editorially and nieehniilcnlly tho
booklet Is lilr.b class. ""
Hero nro mine samples, clipped
random rrom Ihe current piiinber:
The feat of a battleship entering tho
harbor of San Diego was, but a few
rhort months ago. considered to bo nl-
most tho eighth 'wonder of tho world,
BRITAIN'S BfG NEW
PORTSMOUTH, Kng. Tho latest i,
British siipcr-drcailnouBlit. the King
aeorgo V, recently launched here by
Princess Christian of Kchlcsvvlg-Hol-
Rleln. mav bo described ns an lnv
proved Orion. Hho wns laid down
on January IB last, and was therefore
it little less than" nine months nn tho
slocks. Hor sister Bhlps, the Ocntii
rlon, tho AJnx and tho Audacious, arc
to bo completea by tho middle of .Inn-
nary, 19J3, on which uuio tnc uruisn uiaciiiirs-ju " " "" - --"-Navy"
should bo In possession of n pounds, as ngalnst C80U pounds In tho
homogeneous squadron of eight super- case of the orlglnnl dreadnought,
dreadnoughts. ' ! where only eight of tho ten twelve-
n'i,i, (h A.lmlmliv. rotlnwlnirlhc1 Inch EUlls could be brought to bear.
custom of the Inst few yenrs, 1ms not
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publlsheil nny ouicini iicscriiiiiun ui i """" " "- -
the new hattleshlp, the following par- llrltlsh battlcBhlpa slnco Iho ilrcuil
llcnlars hrny bo taken ns correct: nought era ttimo In, namely, tho phi
Displacement, 24,00(1 tons; length ituresquo slcrlivvnlk. This will bo
between perpendiculars, r,r,5 feet; ' Introduced In coiiscquonce of Iho ro
lcnRth over nil, CTO feet; beam, 80, turn to the practice of quartering tho
feet: speed, 21 knots; main nrma- 'men forward and tho ollleers art, nn
ment, ton 13.0'-lnch guns; nntl-tor- arrangement which was reversed In
pedo nrmoment, twenty four-Inch the dreadnought nnd III eubsequont
gunB1 """ " MilpViftho ilrendnoiigli typo. '
but today tho big lighting ships of. the tutlon committee. A committee eon
Pnc'lllo tleet are such'U rnmlllar sight slsllus of l'Valik A. Tliomisnn nnd 1..
to (lie residents or that city that they T, Peek was appointed to confer with
h'ave become coiiimonphifcc wo have the Hovernor nbout the mntter.
reference to the ships; Niono would The county at the present tlmo l
.1.. J1.I.A, ..f mn'klni? such n unable to eopo with tho amount or
statement about thc'Bnh DIcro' folks,
will nevr becomo common-
"Will- do they usually drop the an-
chor tvvlco when they eo.no Into port 7"
asked Snookems. "(Ihce, but yon'ro a
dope." rVpllcl Plintty; "they have to
let It ro the llrst tlmo to find out It
It will reach the boltom. nnd, It It does
they haul It up and drop It iiRaln."
It Isn't every sailor boy who can
get two young ladles to pull lilm back
to the ship In n nice rovvboat, but, then,
Denny Sullivan was always u winner.
When Rum TiiRcnd nsks the ladles
In ilniien bo savs It this way: "How' Is
(t t(l Ktei, tlw llcxt lmp ,tlt wm, yoliV
me niiiouni in g.iriiiigi: oeinn
nt.mil out on Ihe streets at Iho present
tliue Js loo iniieli fpr tho system Audi
that some other way of handling the Us ensy for a mull In ndmlro bin
matter wltlt. Territorial money" Is ud-l'.'lfo's relations If alio hasn't any.
vIsuliK was the ileel'slon i.rrlved at J Talk not of your charllnblo acts,
this morning at' a meeting of the sanl- but lot them speak for thcnis'lvffi.
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Rooms: 14 Quean Street
As In tho Orion, the ten lS.r.-lncli
Runs will be placed In pairs In Uvo
turrctu nlonj; Iho center line of tlio
ship, tho second turret from cither
mil Doing rniscii iiuovc mu iiiiiciuiw,
turret In such it 'way that the guni
ol each pair of turrets can lire ahead
or nslern ns tho case may he. Tho
u-hnln of tho tell ISXi-lllcIl glltlS Cllll
be llred oh the brondsldcj nnd t'
total wclRht of metal which can I'OJ
t In tho lievv vessel a feature will np-
l..M l.lnl. I,.,u t,nnn nli.nnt from
gnrbaRo that Is 'being put out on the
sireeis iiauy. nno " ,v.."".n."u ...
making; Inquiries as to whether or not
Konie of tho money impropriated for
'tlio special mo-qullo campaign frofu
tho Territorial funds can lint bo used
m nnp oui .no mini ... ,...... h.
The matter was fully gout, Into nt
the meeting, but nntfijng dellnlto wly
bo decided on until the comiulltco
makes Its report. . -
GREAT ENDURANCE TEST
SAN DIRflO, Nov. 2t. Tho mib
mnrlnoB Uratnpun and Plko Imvo com
pleted a remarkable ondiiranro lost.
Kor 4S hours Iho two little ve3sola
woro In constant motion, submerged
or on the surfnec.
Their scope of net Inn extended from
tbolr station In the harbor to the Cor
onado Islands, 15 in Ilea out In Iho
ocean. Ono feature of the lest was
practice with torpedoes while tlio vcb
uels wcro BUbmcrKcd, a feat not pre
viously performed on this roast.
During tlio IS hours Iho ollleers al
lowed themselves only llvn bourn
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