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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATUnDAY, JAN. 27, 1912.
Oceanic Steamship Company
j.ciiic s. r.
JAM IIV J7
renin au to
I nniti Alt !J
ti" MM d,ii, single, S. I'.: lln llrvl I,is, niiinil dip. Sin I'niniNiii.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD., General Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
Stunners r Hip Un, i niii ui will
port on or about l ho dates mentioned In
nil! nil. oiiii i.
S. S. Mongolia January 29 S.
S. S. Persia February 20
S. S. Korea . . February 26 S. S. China February 23
for general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
T0Y0 RISEN KAISHA
Miners of the above Company will t .ill nt anil leave Honolulu on or
the elates incMtUillul In low
I0K t Hi: OKIDM'. 1'OK M TltlMlMO.
Nippon Maru February 5 S. S. Chiyo Maru March 8
Tenyo Maru February 12 S. S. Nippon Maru March 29
Shinyo Maru . . March C S. S. Tenyo Maru April 5
Chiyo Maru .. April 2 S. S. Shinyo Maru April 30
Nippon Maru April 23 S. S. Chiyo Mar.i May 28
llborn s. s.
S. S. :
Tenyo Maru . April 30
Shinyo Maru May24
CASTLE & COOKE,
Matson Navigation Company
Direct Service Between San
I'icini sv ritwnsio.
S. S. Wilhelmina January 23
S. S. Honolulan . January 30
S. S. Lurlino February 14
S. S. Wilhelmina .. . February 20
S. S. Honolulan .... February27
.S. s. in llll.S sails ruin M.itllr for llotiululit illrul on or nliuul .l.
L'Wtl -'7, I!1.
Tor further juirllt uliir-, nppl) (o
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., General Agents, Honolulu.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
nut nil vmi tr.siiai.it.
S. S. Zealandia . . . January 31
S. S. Marama February 23
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
M.i Idiii.inlipic, mrj -kill tin). Frilght rurhnl at nil times ill (lie
Coiiipatij's wharf, IM Strut, .Smith llreiokljii.
FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT
8. 8. MISSOURIAN, to sail about JANUARY 25
8. S. MEXICAN, to sail about FEBRUARY 5
S. S. COLUMDIAN, to sail about FEBRUARY 16
Fur fiirtlur liiforiiinlliin iiipl) t II. II W'hrTI.I) A CO., 11 P., agents,
IIiiiihIiiIii. ('. I. .MIIIISK, (.'riirrul Frilght Agent.
PL one 2295 Reaches
l,l, KIM1S 01' IKK K V.M) S V.M 1'Olt CO.U'ltKI II IWIIth.
Tllll.iHIOII M) (0I..
U 1)1 l.K SlHI.hr. p. o. BOX 'JI'J
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
Mill I I.I)
(.'(in nil Iguit for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Coiiiiiinj of l.ouilim.
iu lork rnclorwrlters Vgene).
Providence Washington Insurant c Co.
till r'l.OOIt, .MAMIKWI U,l HUM.'.
Is not ii I.tmirj; It Is u i( ohI(j.
Hut J on llo-l liinu the lll.sr
mill Hint Is iirovlilod lit (lie finiioui
mid most (-iiiilt.ihlc J.uns of .Mnssu. '
(Illlsl'lts, In tlio I
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF I10SION, MtSNlCIU'.sr.l IS.
If j on Would III' full) lllflll UK (1 ulioiit
these lints, nildriss
CASTLE & COOKE,
iioxoi.iti.1 t. ii.
irrho .S. 1".
.MA 1 10 II r.
1 1 Mill AIt
mil .it Honolulu ami leave tills
rou s ntvxisro.
S. Persia January 26
S. S. Korea February 2
S. S. Nippon Maru . .. January 12
8. S. Tenyo Maru .. .. January 19
8. S. Shinyo Maru February 9
LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu.
Francisco and Honolulu.
roit m niivisro.
S. S. Lurline January 23
S. S. Wilhelmina January 31
S. S. Honolulan February 7
S. S. Lurline February 20
S. S. Wilhelmina February 28
S. S. Marama January 30
S. S. Makura February 27
LTD., GENERAL AGENTS.
iOahu Rail way Time Table
Tor Wnlaiinu, Wiilalun, Kahukii and
Way Stations !l in u m , J 20 p in
I'm Peml C'lt), IJun .Mill mill Wu)
Stations .7 .10 ii in, !) tr ii ill,
ii no ii iii, j in p in, :i jo p in
n i.i p in, ' Jo n hi . tn in p in
I'oi Wulili.WB unci Lollelmii !() 'M
a in & 15 p in, fj 30 p III, Til 15
I ii nurd.
Arrive Honolulu fiom Kiihukii, Wal-
itl nit and Walaimu 8.2C n in, 5 31
p in ,
Arrive Honolulu fiom Cvv.i Mill nml
Pearl C'lt) ?7 fi a in, S JC a in
"II 0J a in, ! to p in, ! 20 p in,
'. Ill i m , , JO p in
Aiilve Honolulu from Walilawu and
i.eiiunuii u r a in, ti lo p in,
:. at p in, tin ID p in
lliu llaleivva l.lmlteil, n two-hour
train (only Hut c Inns tickets lion
oieili, leaves Honolulu evory Huiiday
nt 8 31, a in , returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10 10 p in The l.lmlteil
stops mil) at I'earl CI!) and Wulnnao
mitvwiid, and Walaiuie, Wulpnliii mid
Tear) ( it) invvaid
Dall) Kundii) i:iepted Sun
u ! oi:mson', r c smith
Silperlnteiident (1 ! A
ii 1 1 p I ( a plrnae mmlirri nri
HiKlaeiK OMr Kit.
K4IUrUI ! 1181,
I. cine Htm.
lMiililNlinl In 1S.1S.
Bishop & Co.
Common lal ami 'Irnultrs'
l.i Hi ri nt Crulll Niuil on
Hie Hunk of (nllfiiriila nml
I he London Joint Mink II. ink
('irri"iwiii1riiti for (he
Viiiirlimi Ihpriss Ciniip.ni)
mid 'lliiii. Cook Son.
lnleiol ulloivdl on linn
nml .Smlnu's llmik HeiolK
BANK OF HONOLULU
Mill I III).
i'i 0 cm i iL ifi;im,oiiu
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO
linllcs )our (;(ounl mill
oflirs MilSfiKtor) M-rtltc.
l.iuiiii ill iiinrliit riilc.
Ku'h.itiKc nml ('aide Ir.ins.
InnilcrO Credits nml
(luiki ntiilliilile en r) where.
The Yokohama Specie
ii i:ii Ol'FICi: YOKOIIAM v
Capital Suhsurllied.Ycn 48,000,000.
Capital l'ald U Yon 30,000,000
Kosuned I'und ... .Y'eu 17,150,000
(icnerti! banking business
traiis.iitcd. Savings accounts fjr
$1 and upwards.
I'lro mid burglnr-proot vaults,
with Safo Deposit Iloxes for rent
ut I J per )eur and upwards.
Trunks and cases to bo kept on
custody ut moderate rates
Pmtlculurs to be applied for.
YIJ AKAI, Malinger.
Honolulu Olllco, Ilethel and Mer
chant Streets. Telephones 2421
und 1S91. P. O. Dux 1C8.
TWO FORD MACHINES
Just as pood as new) three Mats.
One $200 1 one $250.
Oahu Machine Shop
J01 QUEEN AND RICHARDS 8TB.
We do 8HEET METAL WORK and
PLUMBING of all kinds, and nuarnn
tee satisfaction. Your patron is so
licited. Promot attention to Jolting.
EMMELUTH A CO., LTD.
Phone 1511 145 King Street
OF ALL KINDS
DEALERS IN LUMBER
ALLEN & ROBINSON
Queen Street Honolulu
ALQARODA BEAN MILLS
ONE 8ECOND.HAND STANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE. H H. P.
1494 EMMA STREET Telephone 2411
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc , manufactured by the Bulletin
GRADING IS OUR LINE
We have the men and facilities for filling any contract for
grading lots and building cement walks. There Is no material as
good as ours.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.
Alexander & Baldwin,
and Insurance Agents
HnwallHii Coinmcrclul A Sugar Co.
Haiku Sutnr Coiupuny.
lluul Airrlculturnl Company.
Hawnllan Sugar Company.
Knliuku Plantation Company
Mclliydo Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Kauai Rallnuy Company.
Haiku Fruit and Tacking Company.
Kauai l'"rult and Uind Company.
Honolule, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION
SUGAR FACTORS AND QENCRAL
Ewa Plantation Co
Walalua AhTlcultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala gugir Co
Walma Suar AIM) Co.
Apokai Sucar Co Ltd.
Fulton Iron Worka ot St. Loula.
Uabcoci & Wilson I'uuipt
Orsen'a Fuel Uconoralicrt
Matron Navigation Co
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND
omeens and uihcctoiis
u r. uisiiop....
(ii:o. u ltoiinitTsoN'
Vkc-I'rMililuit und Manager
IV IV. NOIITI1 Treasurer
IMCIIAItl) lVUnS Secretary
J It GAI.T Auditor
Clltt) It fAItTKIt Director
It A COOKI1 Director
A. a.UlTI.KV... Director
Tho Oil That Lubricates
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Chemical Engines and
For hale Ii)
J. A. GILMAN
Consulting. Ile-lgnlug mid Con.
Ilrldges, llulldliigs, Concrete Struc
tures, Sliel Kliuctiues, Saultaiy Sys
tems, Ilepmts .mil Ustlmntes on Pro
jects Phono 10IG.
Pau Ka liana
MOVES THE EARTH
Will Do It
"TODAY'S NEWS TODAY"
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King 8t.
YKHSKLS TO AUII1YK
Sunday, Jan. 28.
Maul, Molokiil mid I.nnn.1 ports
llllo Wilhelmina, M N. S. S.
Kauai ports Klnnit, stmr.
Monday, Jan, 29.
San rrnnclsco Mongolia, P. M. S,
Tuetday, Jan. 30.
San rrnnclnco Honolulan, M. N.
Australian and Now Zealand ports
Mnrumn, C.-A. S. S.
Koua und Knu ports Kllauoa,
Wednetday, Jan. 31.
Vancomer and Victoria Zealandia,
C.-A. S. S.
Ilnuall l:i Maul ports Claudlno.
Kuuiil ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Friday, Feb. 2.
Hongkong )la Jujian ports Korea,
1'. M S S.
Sun I'rnmlHio Sierra. O. S S.
Saturday, Feb. 3.
Hllu via way potts Milium Ken,
Sunday, Feb. 4.
Manila la NuBasakl, Jnpnn Tho
iiias, U, 8. A. T.
Maul, Moloknt and linnl ports
Kauai ports Klnnii stmr.
Monday, Feb. 5.
San rinmlmo Nippon Maru, Jap.
Wednesday, Feb. 7.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlno,
Knunl ports W. O Hall, Btinr. '
Friday, Feb. 9.
Hongkong Ua Japan ports Shinyo
Maru, Jap. ptnir.
Monday, Feb. 12.
San KranilKio Tcii)o Macu, Jap.
Wednesday, Feb. 14.
San l'ranelsio I.iirllnp, M N. S. S.
Saturday, Feb. 17.
Hongkong Ia Japan ports Siberia,
1'. M. S. S.
Cintrul and South American ports
Ilu)o Maru, Jnp. stmr.
Tuesday, Feb. 20.
San Franclsi o I'crslu, 1. M. S. S.
San Francisco Wlllielinlna, M. N.
Thursday, Feb. 22.
San rrunUtwo Sierra, O. S. S.
YKSSELS TO DEl'AKT
Monday, Jan. 29.
Hongkong via Japan ports
golln, P. M. S. S.
Tuesday, Jan. 30.
Vancouver and Victoria Marama,
C.-A S. S.
llllo via way ports Maunii Koa,
stmr., 10 n. in.
Maul, Molokat and I,nnal 'ports
Mlkahala, stmr., S p. m.
Kauai norlH Kliidti, stmr., 5 p. m.
Wednesday, Jan. 31.
San Tranclsco Wilhelmina, M. N.
Australia and New Zealand ports
Zcilundlii, C.-A. 8. S.
Thursday, Feb. 1.
Kuuiil ports W. (1. Hall, stmr., 5
Friday, Feb. 2.
San Tranclsco Shlnjo Maru, Jap.
Kona and Kau ports Kllnuea, stmr.
Ilawull via Muni ports Claiidine,
San rrnnclsco Korei P. M. 8. S,
Sunday, Feb. 4.
San rrnnclsco Thomas. U. S. A. T.
Monday, Feb. 5.
Ilmi(,kmig via Japau ports Nippon
.Maru, .lap. stmr.
Kniidl pmts Noeau. stmr, 5 p. m
Tuesday, Feb. 6.
llllo via way ports Mauua Kca,
btmi , 10 a m.
Maul, Molokat and Umal ports
Mlkuhulu, stmr., Ii p. m.
San l'ranclHco Sierra, O. S. S.
Kauai ports Klnnii, stmr, 5 p.
Wednesday, Feb. 7.
Sim rranclsco Honolulan, M
Monday, Feb. 12.
Hongkong via Japan ports Tenyo
.Maru, Jap stmr.
Saturday, Feb. 17.
San rrnnclsco Siberia, P. M. S. S.
Tuesday, Feb. 20.
Hongkong via Japan ports Persia
P. M S S.
San Tranclsco Lurline, M. N. S. S
Wednesday, Feb. 21.
Hongkong via Japan ports Hong
koug Maru, Jap stmr.
Friday, Feb. 23.
San Tranclsco China, P. M. S. S.
Monday, Feb. 26.
Hongkong via Japan portB Korea,
t'. 11. a. S.
Tuesday, Feb. 27.
Victoria and Vancouver Makura,
u-a. a a
Wednesday, Feb. 28.
San Tranclsco Sierra. OSS.
Mm Tranclsco Wilhelmina, M, N.
Austiallnn and Now Zealand ports
Marama, CA S S.
Mis Marj It McXamara, mother ot
James It und John J. McNiimurn, ,on
reused dvnainlteis, Is said to bo dj Ing
slovvlv ut In i hojiio ut I'liinniliiHvlIlp,
neai flnelnnatl the. homo lit sons
helped to build tor her.
Vojut'o Filled Midi I'cVlk
The N Y. K S Tamln Maru, whkh
nrrled nt hnnghnl recently from S
nttlo nml Japan, had a er) perllouo
o)nge between Seattle and Yoko
hama. The Tamlia left Seattle n
November 21, with twelve saloon, nine
second class, and ino thlrdclass p.is -
Angers on board, and inrr)lng n full
inrgo. On November 20, when n little
more than 1,100 miles out from Vlt -
torla, she encountered n furious Imrrl-
iniip. At one time the ship was almost
engulfed by n wave about eighty feet
high, and the bow vns wholly Im
nursed for nbout three minutes.
Sinrtely had It recovered when an
other gigantic wave tame, which was
apparcntl) about one hundred feet In.
height The lalllngs and other fix.
lures on the ilcik were swept awny
and In lonsequetitc the saloon au.I
cabins vvcro nil Invaded by the sea
Six of the revv were Injured, more or
less seriously, and one, who was badly
hurt about the head, Is still In a (ri
tltal stnte. One of the boatswains was
hvvept by n wave for about ISO feet
nml had one of his legs broken.
After reaching Yokohama, Mr Par
Iter, one of the saloon passengers, pre
sented Captain Noda with a letter of
thanks on behalf of his fellow-passengers
for successfully guiding and ill
reeling the steamer to the port of des
tination. Canadian AiMriill.iu Mt-mncri .ot
At the oIlkc of T 11 Davles and
Compnn) preparations arc being mnde
for the reception of two Canadian
Australian liners. The Maranm from
Sydney by the way of Auckland and
Suva Is due to arrive here on next
Tuesday. This vessel Is believed will i pound of the Centrnl Police Station
appear off the harbor In the morning' Thc l)olltc ',0 not antlclpato any trou
and will be given a prompt dlspatc h ' 1)lc- le step being taken as u iirccau
for Vancouver anil Victoria There lstlo
plenty of room for all applicants fori W
transportation to the Sound. At the
local ofllce 2." prospective passengers
nave iicen bonked.
Thc steamship Zealandia from Van
couver and Victoria en route to Aits
trallan ports Is due to arrlvo here on
Wednesday on or about the noon hour
and will be dispatched soon after for
S)dney, N S W. Thirty passengers
have been booked for the Antipodes
In this vessel.
The rnpld udvance of tin marine
"team turbine, whether Independently
or In combination with the reelpio
intliig engine. Is made abundantly
cienr by tho report of tho Parsons
rompmi) The I'unnrd company, with
tho cxperlemo gnlnecl with tho I.usl-
timla i.t.,1 the Mauritania. Intend that
limit tints. loc 1'illiiin tlm A i.iiltmiln
shall bo propelled by turbines So
also will the two very big liners vvlilcli
uro being built for the Hamburg-
American company, the new Trench
Trans-Atlantic liner Iji Triune, and
tho two new Htemiiert union il by tho
Canadian Pacific rnllwuy for their Pa-
clllc trade On the other hand, tho
conioinuuon siem iieiopioei in mo
wiiiiiuc i iur,r cii iiu iiiumM-u in wim
Titanic, mid these vessils arc referred
to as the largest mid swiftest of Its
examples In addition the new Trench
TrniiH-Alliintlc Intermediate steamer
Iloehambeaii has combination engines,
and thc) are likewise to be furnished
to the Ito)al Mall Steam Packet Com
paq's new liner ArhuiAi, and to
NtemiiKhlps building for the Spanish
Trails-Atlantic compaii) In tho cross
diuiinel services tho turbine Is now 111
eiulto general use In this direction u
new departure Is the arrangement
that tho uwo new passenger steamers
for the London and South Western
rtiillun) company shall be driven by
geared turbines Tho decision repre
sents assured progress In tho solution
of what tlie Tin sons company speak
of as tho numerous mid elilllciilt prob
lems which Influence tho efficiency ot
murine steam turbine s and screw pro
pollers In this relation something Is
nuturnlly s.ild with rcferenco to the
experiment with thc Vespasian, n ves-
sel Intended to demonstrate tho advaii-
tages of geared turbines In cargo
steamers of moderate or low speed.
The hope Is expressed that this
"coKtly but successful cxpulmcnt"
will lead before long to all extensive
iixe iif geared turbines In cargo boats
It may lie added that tho Pal sons
company Is stendll) continuing tlio
experiments to which Its iidvanco Is
so hugely attributable.
More New Steamers.
Conduits have Just been nwardeii
by J. I.udwlg Mowlnekil, owner of the
Oriental liner H)gju, now under chat
ter to the Wnteihpuso Interests und
formerlv runntoL? out of this oort. for
the construction of two modern freight '""" "1B "K
carriers, according to advices received I At l''hol live robbers wero cup
In local shipping circles Taeh ot Hie I ture(1 ? ll' soldlcis nml beheaded
vebbels will bo of 11,000 tons capacll) pN",1011t rcinon) So famuli ally
and will cost $309,001) Ilcforo lhewro"slu " Wl're I'"' tionps against
work ot la)lng their keels has bcenillle tlaws that tho) literally cut
started both riatt have been e bartered
for fiom ten to twelve )ears to cany
ore from Stavangcr, Norway, to Hot
tcrdam, Holland The owner lives at
llergen, Norway, which Is the home
port of a majority of the Bteameis
and ships II) log the Naivvcglan flag
Of tlio great fleet of vessels being
turned out In the Turopeun )ards It
Is claimed there Is not a windjammer t)-elghi da)s from Tslngtaii, Chlm
among them As no new sailers are The birds flew upon the vessel seveial
being built II ls predicted that not hundred miles nit tho Coren coast, and
many )enrs will elapso until they dls weie so numerous that they dotted tho
appear fiom tho sen, giving way en- spars llko day pigeons lu a shooting
tlrely to tho modern tramp Chionl galler) Tlio eiew hnd never witness
l1. fl Midi an. unusual occiureiuo heroic,
and nin at Ihe nntnlnn eht.l tl, rn..lu
Public spirited men aim vioiuen are1 "ere driven off shoie In the prevail
lil.liiulug In decorate aulouinblli's fur luc henvv enle
tlm Plural Parade. An. ton nun ..r
OF THE WORLD
Milpplng Coiiililm- IiiIitchIs .Mini).
The nnnnunicmcnt of n hlg nlilpplng
tomlilnc, made In Oriental liimlness
clrdes has created much Interest nl
tlio time of departure of tlio I'adflo
Mall liner Persia from the China
i It Is anuoiiiued thnt the New Ze.v
land Shipping Company has nmalgam.
nted with the Federal Steam NnWgu.
1 tlon Company.
In shipping clrdes the topic of ion
I vcrsatlon Is the now boat belonging
to the Peninsular nml Oriental Steam
Navigation Co. The building of tlio
Mcs?el Is regarded ns ctldcmc that the
Compnny Intends to maintain Us
position In the Cape route no mntter
what ma) bo the outcome of the Ito)nl
Mall mid I'nlon Castle negotiations
It Is thought It ls probable that tlio
Peninsular and Oriental Co, will make
an announcement shortly of far-rencli-Ing
Importance to Colonial shipping
Hongkong Hon diet Cimve Trouble.
Purser I.. Mni Phcrson, a wide-awake
and observing olllclal with the Paellli
Mall steamer Persia, reports business
as rather (pilot at tho several China
coast ports, although the rcvolutlonniy
forces aie continuing to create more
or less trouble nt times.
Twenty boldlcrs from the King's
Own Yorkshire Light Infantry wire
sworn In ns Bpcdnl coustnblcs nt
Hongkong The authorities decided to
take this step since the commence
ment of trouble by Hongkong's rowdy
clement, but It was only a few weeks
ngo that accommodation could bo pro
vided for the troops In the Police liar
racks, for which purpose a special
mat shed has been erected on tho com.
Honolulu!! lldlc'U'd Mill Tilled Willi
I'm ru K ri.
It is generally believed that the
.Matron Navigation steamship Honolu
lan which Is due to arrive from S.m
Tranclsco on next Tuesday morning,
ls well filled with cabin passengers.
A cable received ut the ofllce of Cas
tle and Cooke Is to tlio effect that thc
steamer sailed from tho coast port with
1875 tons enrgo for discharge ut Ho
nolulu. There ls S75 tons freight to
be left at Kahulul,
The Honolulan will bring down a
later mainland mall.
Up to-Date Names for Liners.
The question of Biiltablo names for
their two new liners ls beginning to
, orry t10 0indnlij of the Tactile Co.st
steamship Company. The ships are
Wins to ta tlte flncat on tho coo.1 rt.l
"", onk,lala Im, cnlUte(1 tl,u "ll1 of
tllelr f""'cn's ' Hi" work of Ilndliig
' names that will harmonlre with tho
names already bestowed on the oMicr
thlps and at tho bame time express
something of the superiority of tho
iate8t additions to the fleet There Ii
, aircuily a Scator. n (lovemor and
Piesldcnt. Manager Ocorgc II. Hlgbco
received a suggestion from a friend to
whom he had appealed for help In tho
i FeIo "on of names.
'Am surprised that )ou should even
hesitate," wrote tho friend "Call tho
new ships Kciall anil Referendum "
The plans for tho new vessels aro
hearing completion and within a few
weeks bids for tho construction ottho
first of the two big coasting liners will
be called for Call.
Mor t lliillets for Itlicr Miiiiiiirs,
Dcpredntlons from Canton river Th
oles continue to the great concern of
shipping along that great watcrwii).
At the tlmo ot departure of the Nli
lon Maru from Hongkong, sovciul Hag
rant acts of outlawery were reported
to the foreign authorities lliltlsh and
American gunboats were exeulslng a
persistent patrol of ' the river from
Hongkong to Can (em Wnd on to Wist
river ports, aieorlnftK'fii stories told
uy tn0 om,ors 111 thn'Uupunese Unci.
Two motor boats owned by prlvaio
parties met with a terrlf)lug expert-
While near Kwelplng the boats weio
nml upon by pirates from tho shore,
Tor soino time tho crnft were In a
perfect rain of bullets. In spite of
the efforts mado to shelter tho pas
rengers two of them were wounded
and one Is dying.
Martial law has been declined
throughout the region and rlgoious
even savage methods are being i m.
plo)ed by those In authority to sup.
out nnd nto the llveis of tho executed
iird Vrnis ii Hunting l'ri'M'rie.
Shooting owls, fulcoiis and him ks oft
tho )nrdnnus was the unique dlvei
hlou of tho eiew of the lliltlsh li.uk
cuuiiiui, wnicn arrived at Ban Trail-
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