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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 27, 1911.
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BOARD TO PROBE TO SEE REPORTS
RULE IS OBEYED
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Littered With Debris, j
TIip! run way' Is fairly Uttered with
debris from the wrecked nmrlnu rail
way according Id tlio rcimrls from
llio United KUtcH naval divers who
liavo been nt wink un tlio Job bIiicc
The Went Virginia was drawing
twenty-six foot of water nt Die time
nf the collision, The ilujitli of water
nt (ho sill or cntrnnro of the murine'
railway wan hut twenly-two feet. Tim
heavy and apparently unwieldy cruls
er, In swinging around, presumably
to gain her berth ut the nnvnl whnrf,
smashed tlio submerged run way like
ro tnnch match wood. The divers
Bla'to that as far an they have cu
lled out their examination, tlio Door
of (ho 'rim way for many feet Ik III
teied with debris, hellecd to have
been stirred up hy tlio propeller In
'.ho West VlrKlnla.
It Is the present Intention, follow
ing the recommendation of tlio dlv
tb, to Install a centrifugal pump nnd
tints attempt to clear away some of
this innlerlnl, and In this way ennlilc
the men now winking tinder water to
pursue their Investigation.
Inter.ltland Believed Hard Hit.
The Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company Is hollcvcd hard lilt, though
President and Oeneral Mannger J. A.
Kennedy declines to make any state
ment whatever concerning tlio
amount of damage dnno tlio concern
ihroiigh the movements of the West
Virginia In a disastrous attempt to
gain her berth.
Tlio Btcamcr Clnudlnc, a very ne
cessary factor on the Hawaii and
Maul trailu Is maiooned on the rail
way with prospect that thin vessel
cannot he removed and placed In ser
vice lor ierniiw weens. Tiiero is an
other vessel now laid up, which wa
expected to takn the placo vacated
ly the Claiidlnc. This leaves the
Inter-Island very shortliniulcd and nt
n season of the year when" the de
mands wcro never heavier, In tlio
movement of sugar and the transpor
tation of passengers and other lines
Tlio Client Northern steamship Min
nesota appears to meet with continu
ed III luck In Asiatic waters from re
ports received from tlio East. The
l'nor, Iho largest In the Pacific is re
ported to have gone ashore In Kuril'
slilma Straits hut was successfully re
floated tlio nftcruoon of tlio following
duy. no great damago being done so It
Is claimed by Iho agents. Tho liner
was en route from Hongkong lo He
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these ri ports on or before the 10th day
of the month next following that for
which report Is made.
"Please give this matter careful at
tention, nnd regard It as of great Im
portance, as our duty Is to sen to It
(hut the law Is strictly observed In
the matter of these reports.
TWO YEARS FOR
Dennis Kroho, the postoltlco clerk
who was caught red-handed robbing
the mull, whs tliln morning sentenced
to two years' Imprisonment without
costs. The kentciice was Imposed by
Judge demons In the I'edcral Court
after long consideration. The tommu
tatlon nllowed Is live days In every
thirty, and this will reduce the sen-
Tills notice In nil thntViin tic given tence to sixteen months for good be-
on tins suiiject. I lie lie xl tiling is iiici Imvlor
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FOR BU8INESS AND
Alexander Young Bldfl.
legal proceedings provided by law. Of
course. If you have been making and
still continue to make these reports
properly and within the time provided
by law, no embarrassment can come to
ou, but If not, you may bo Interested
to know that thu law provides, among
other things, n penalty of $i00 for ench
cosu of failure, neglect or refusal to
mnko these returns,"
llesldes this notice there Is another
that has been sent out to nil corpora
tions reminding them that they must
tile returns of the business dbnn dur
ing 1911 not later than March 1 tinder
n penalty ranging from J 1000 to 10,
000. This return must bo filed even If tho
corporation has disincorporated during
the 5 cur or hns only been Incorporated
for n part of the time. It must nlso
lin filed even If thero hns been no busi
ness done or If there has been no proflt.
rurthermore, all returns must be tiled
with the collector and not sent through
(Continued 'trom Psge 1)
K. .1. Urd, who. according lo Iho
evidence, handed 115 to Gordon suli
jeipicntly did not testify.
Atkinson, appearing for tho defend
ant, nroso to state to tho court that
his client did hnvo money In the
llshop Hank, which It received
through tho Ilungkpng-Slinnglini Dank
in San Krnticlscii.
Iliown objected to such evidence
ps being Immaterial and lmpioicr, I;
that tho money. If (lordon had any.
subsequent to December II, had no
thing to do with the cas3.
Joseph Carter, Jr., cashier of Ulshop
A Co., stated on tho itanu lint when
t'le check for $15 wui presented at
Iho bank, he found that Cordon did
not hnvo nny account with tho bank,
Although Atkinson tried to provoby
Carter that Oordoi. lud notllled him
that certain sum of mou.'y win ex
pected from tho bank In San. Fran
cisco, Carter could" net bo shaken,
(lordon was loxt p'it on stand by
Atkinson. Tho aviator stated that ho
nude out tho "heck In expectation
of receiving money through tho III
Hlu.p Hank from tho Hongkong-Shanghai
Hank In Ha'i I'liinclsco. At the)
time ho made out tho check, ho said,
he did not have any account In III
rhop & Co., hut rclteiated tho state
ment that ho was sum that Iho mo
ney was coming shoilly. On tho
fitiength of this he passed tho check
to Hoomnnls of tho Union drill. Ho
Btnled In court that I e had no inten
tion of cheating any one.
Ilrown stntcd this afternoon that
lordon should liavo been punished
moro severely than a meio fine or
fifty dollars. Ho declared that had
Iho defendant been n oor Hawaiian
or a Japanese, ho would liavo been
Rent to prison for six months nt least.
Ilrown said further, that It Is likely
that tho other two charges of gross
cheat against (lordon, una for giving
n check for $10 to tho Honolulu Dm
Co, nnd tho other for Issuing a check
for $23 to Chauffeur linker, will he
pressed In court. All this depends
iiH)n the dettlro of tho hank on which
tho checks were made Issued.
The ene Is one that has nruiiMil a
eertnln amount of sjmputhy for the
prisoner owing to the fact that he was
occupying n position of trust and only
receiving n small sultry for the work,
On (100 n month be wns supporting
his own family, consisting of Ids wlfis
nnd three children, nnd also his mother-
in-law ami a child of his brother.
This Is the first time that n sentence
has been given for tho ?rltno In this
Territory, and It Is thought that tho
fact will prove a deterrent to others
who might be working along tho same
l'olo nt I.ellehua got n Revere set
back in the opening game for the Col
onel's cup Saturday, when two play
ers of tho Whlto team suffered In
juries which may keep them out of
the saddle for some time. It is doubt
ful whether the second game of the
series will bo played this afternoon,
as originally scheduled.
Iloth of tho Injured officers being on
one team puts' that four out of com
mission for tho time being. The un
lucky players are Lieutenant Ilnrnard
and Second Lieutenant Qiickemeyer.
Tho former was hit un tho head by a
wild swung stick, unit the latter gut u
bad fall and had his pony roll on him.
Neither Is dangerously hurt, but both
ale badly bruised and shaken.
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thousand exhibits, and when tho at
torneys on either sblo travel froai
Hawaii lo Ilostnn or vice versa they
carry trunks full of papers relating
to the case.'
Outside of the largo amount of mo
ney Involved In the suit. Interest H
keen in Hawaii. Uiwrlo n ganlzed
'ho Hawaiian Commercial's plantation
Ostein nnd It was later taken over
and reorganized by tho Into II. 1
Ualdwln. After Lowrle's dismissal,
ho claimed $100,000 due him under
his contract and' thu defense? has been
ittemp'.lug to p-ove Hint his admin
istration was lav, itubiiilnessllko nnd
that ho did nut make the plantation
what ho had pr mlscd It to be.
I.owrlo Is now n resident of lliook
lyn, N. Y.
.Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a tonic
and alterative, free (ram alcohol.
that imparts strength or tone; a
medicine that builds up, gives
vigor and power. What is an
"alterative"? A medicine tint
alters or changes unhealthy ac
tion to healthy action. Ayer's
Sarsaparilla does all this with
out stimulation. Ask your doc
tor if a family medicine, like
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, is not vastly
better without alcohol than
! i r i p
PLAYERS HURT LOW WILL
THE ONLY REAL
H. " a 1 1 f 1 1 tl r rear
NEW GUILD HALL
TO BE DEDICATED
Hlsliop llcslnilck, assisted by the
clergy of tho Kplscopul chirch. will
dedicate Iho new (lulld Hall at Knl
iiiul.l nt 7'30 Thursday evening, tho
service lo bo followed by a recaption
nnd refreshments served h tho la
dies of the (lulld, who are nil espe
cially requested to he attend. All
those intciested In the work aro car-
dlally Invited to bo present. Tho hall
Is nt tho corner of Tenth avenue and
Palolo, ouo block mtikul of tho car
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chairman of the lln.inee lonnnltlee In
terposed derided objections, was the
niuouut auoiieo lor ine uicmisu ui ui"j
polke department forte.
These Ileum do not unit with the
approval of the supervisor and he
doubtless will liavo sunn thing Interest
ing lo say nt the incillnit or the board
to bo Ik Id tomorrow night
Low Shows Soma' Figures.
According to the llgures secured by
Chairman Low, the whole revenue for
the genirnl fund fur the ear 1SI2 will
total tSSO.llii. To this Is added an al
lotment of 1125,":!" spullhil for per
manent Improvements. This makes u
grand total of J71a.li.14 to be placed at
the ilNpteuil of the board for the year.
The appropriation bill for the a lo
cal Is for JI'JO.IJO. Supervisor Low sits
nshle $11.1,777 fop maintenance and new
work on roads. He states that thero
Is upproxlmately ".0.000 to be di rived
from the. road tux fund. lie places
about (30,000 ns n pcrmincnt lmpioc-
iiieut appropriation Jn 'the matter of
overhead charges, making n total of
Tor the maintenance of roads only
ns proposed for the coming twilwi
mouths Low nets aside $1S1,H0, uhlill
in rdh'ur to his estimates will le'ivo
but $:'0,r,77 us n net balance In the giu-
He admits that to maintain perma
nent work tho city must employ Its
force of ollleers, wagons and other ap
purtenances In service.
Nothing for an Emergency.
The present appropriation bill leaves
nothing for un emergency, says I,nv
Hit cites the deplorable condition of
the Queen street brldgu which eiond
This structure Is doclnred to bo In
such condition Hint It may give way
at any time. The matter was brought
to the attention of the supervisor In
the repairs being made hy tho ltapld
Transit company In Ihe renewal of Its
tracks. Low alo mentions oilier In
stances where bridges In Ihe country
a man needs in this climate, warm enough
for evening wear, and guaranteed to shed
rain in stormy weather. They arc 52
inches long, cut wide and full to permit
Wc carry them in two qualities,
$22.50 and $25.00
They are genuine, PRIESTLEY
CRAVENETTES, made of the best
material and carefully cravcncttcd.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
districts are very liable to be carried
uwny with n freshet ,
If such an accident should happen,
be says, under the present framing up
i.r llu. veinlv iHiiirmirl.itlon tlule Is
nothing set nsldo to cover the contin
A..ii.lliir t.i tlin biiiu.rvlMiir. ill lerist
$LMi,iiui) sl oiibl be placed un un euier- ;
gcuc) fund, lie contends tliut. It Is u
mighty fool polity lo set aside some
thing for the proverbial "rainy dav."
hl( h In llauall sometimes works ills
uster to road nnd bridges Knptrvlsor
Low does not favor the four udillllon
ii 1 lire engines until sin h time as thoiu
nlready nrdirtd are placed In scrvlco
nnd given u good trial.
SEE THE HOLIDAY COOD3 AT
DEFORE BUYING. YOUR CHRIST
HAVE YOU PREPARED FOR
NEW YEAR'S DAY
Moet & Chandon.
and a full line of
We Solioit Family Trade
Full Line of
pomestie and Foreign
Tel. 2026 P.O. Box 488
and all other brands
of Scotch Whiskies
Aproisis of Iho holiday season, Iho
Colonial Hotel was beautifully drcir-
ntcil with scarlet and greoti for Iho
mooting of tho Co'lego Club which
took placo In tho spaciom parlors
cslciday afternoon. ICach incnili'i'
was pilvllcgcd tu Invito guests and
tho assembled company numbeicd
A feature of Iho afternoon's enter
tainment was thu reading of an orig
inally story hy Mrs, Hamilton I'opj
Ageo (IViinlo lleasllp l.oo). The
sloiy apiened In Scrlhliet'H several
months ago and Is uuiMiiully appeal
ing. An Informal hour over Iho tea-cups
followed tho Informal ptogrnm.
Mrs, Krank Atherton was the hos
tess of tho afternoon. Klin was ai
slsled hy Miss Frances Dillingham.
The l'lajlioy of the Western World,
Ihe Irish play lliat caused n riot at
Muxlne lllllott's Theater, New York,
will not bo Intirruptid hy the city nu-Iborllhs.
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
Office, King Dt, next Young Hot.l Telephones 1874 jnd 1S75
BEEF and MUTTON
you wn.i. i:.vjoy i:iTiu:it ni:i:r on mutton tiiom
THIS MAHKr.T AS MUCH AS YOl' 1)11) Till: rilltlST.MAS
TtlltKllY, AHKD.MINd THAT IT I'AJII! I'llo.M UCIti:. Till:
lli:ni-' AN'I) MUTTON AltH IN Till: IIICIIHST CLASS Oh'
Metropolitan Meat Market
HCILDRON & LOUIS, Propiietor. TELEPHONE 3445
Art Loom Rugs
Yee Chan & Co.
Special New Year's Goods now open.
Silk Shirts, Silk Pajamas, Panama Hats,
Men and Boys' Clothing
Corner Bethel and King Sis.
M AOF ARL ANE & CO., Ltd..
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