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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, f. H., TUE9DAY, FED. B, 1912.
Mat V . ,' -
I Id t lliln Slnll'il,
Honolulu -Sei-iunl llcgrco.
Honolulu Chapter, II. I. 31.
lliniiiliilii Coiniiiiuiih'r) -Order
of Hie Temple.
Oceanic KIM lltgrrc.
l.il loli:i Chapter . :i,
, 0. I.'. .- Ilrgular.
l tliltlaa mmttni ol t'
order ere cordlnlly iuvKfd to
attend meeting of local todf (
3lrct on Hie
iml mill llli
.Manila) s of
ill K.l'. Hull
"::ill 1 31.
V13I. .ilelilM.IIV UIIK.'i:, Ml. S,
K. of I.
Ap Meets ctcry 2nd ami ltd rfntur-
;'S:iliy evening at i Tin o'clock In
VsS'- 'f !' "all, cor. furl ami
XjJ' llerelaula. Visit lntr brothers
cordially Invited Id altenil.
r. v. Kii.nnv. c:. c.
II. A. JACOIISON. K. It. s.
ouir i.imci: mi. i, k. ot p.
Mrets iety Hist ami tlilnl Pri
nt 7 .10 n clock, Pjlhtnli
iW7llall, inrner llcictanlu ami
1-ort streets Visiting brothers
loiillnlly Invlteil tu utteml.
s i)i:ci;i:ii. c. c.
o iiihn'i:, k. or it &. a.
HiiMii.i 1.1; i.oiKii:, hi ii, it. i. o. i:.
V lliiniiliilu l-o.li-.o No. filC,
ii r. it Kit, niectH in
tlielr liall, un King St..
near Fort, every Friday
evening. Visiting Urnth-i-rt
are eonllally Invlteil
p. it. isicNiiiiiui, j;, n.
(JKO. T KI.UKCSnUTeVT"
IHVUIIA.N TIIIIIK .X). I, I. 0. It. .11.
MeelH nvory first nml tlilnl
Tuesday uf each lunntli In
Fraternity Hull, I. 0. 0. F.
building. Vis, ting biothcrs
cordially Invited tu attend.
HUNltY A. ASCII. Raehem.
LOUIS A. I'KllUV, 0. of It.
Ho.oi.ri,r .vi:itiK iiu, r. o. i:.
VL.T) Meets on second and fourlli
vgzt. Wednesday evening of eacli
,W niontli ut 7:S0 o'clock. In
San Antonio Hall, Vlnejnrd
street, near Ktnma. Vlbltlng brothers
are limited to attend. '
1'. HIGGINS. W. I.
WM. C. McCOT, Secy.
IMwnrd Hurle, the noted Psychic ot
Rm Francisco, who for over twenty
years has been prominently Identified
with the Spiritualists' societies of Amer
leu, Is In Honolulu nnd trill demon
nlr.il ii psychle phenomena, etc. Spirit
ual advice on oil matters given. Daily
10 tu 4; evening by appointment. Tel
ephone "UI3 or at residence, 782. Klnau
street. Crnnd Seance every Thursday
. Eve., 8 o'eloek. 5030-tf
importer Fort St
J 8 P n I N 0- MILLINERY
J MILTON A PARSONS
.Latoit Styles In Shapes and Trimmlnoj
, PANTHEON DLOCK, FORT STREET
' Phone 3088
THE VERY LATEST IDEA8 IN
Millinery Parlor", Boston Dlock
.'j027 NUUANU STREET
Up-io.tlat Millinery and Men's Hot
If 9 a .iy
-mmm-mmm mmaMMm .iiiHfi
City Transfer Co.
1 ' ; i
STAUNCH LITTLE NIPON RIDES
HURRICANE-SWEPT SEAS IN SAFETY
Damaged Bowsprit, and Funnels Discolored By Deluge of
Seawater Rides Tempestuous Seas Like a Duck Sier
ra Departs With Many Passengers and Fair Cargo Ho
nolulan Back From Kabul ui Mauna Ke'a Carried Tour
"Gales swept ncross tho Pacific anil
in tho path of the Nippon Mnru with
the Intensity of a hurricane," so slat
ed Commander A. 0. Stevens, the
pleasant skipper of tho little white
irl., Vltti.ttn Mtiri, ulilln unnlr.l l,i
in. r.l,l,. 1,1, mnrnlnir. at tl. torm:-t"f
nation of a slx-dny stormy passage
down fiom San Francisco.
"The wind Increased to a degioo
that we estimated lift eloelly at olio
iiiimlred miles nn hour."
Purser II. J. (irasett was loud In his
pralsu of thu seawurthy ijiiallllcnttoiiH
of the ecr-pnpular N'lppon Alain.
"She rode thoto ureen swells like
a duck," ho added when naked this
miiiuiiiK CiincernliiK the trip, kuiiwii
lo limn been one of the Unruliest ex
perienced by that ousel out from
Sail l'lnnilhro In ninny monlhii.
"(live me the rmatler esscls for
weatlieilUR a sturni," oililud Purser
Tin Nippon came nliiiiKsldo Alakc.i
Ali.uf hefoio S o'clock this inorliliiK.
Captain Kloens Is nnxloin tu bo tin
his way across the Inst lei; of the
Jouiuey and tu thu cnasl of Japan and
China. Tho Nippon therefore receiv
ed Hie hiii. ill nniotiiit. of t-lnri'H leiiuli
ed at this jifitl. rthd wns"OISpatch'eil
(or Yiiliiiluiin.i at iiiKiii, taking tweu
ty-one passeiiKers from this port, who
in the main, were meiuhorx of the
lluc,hes Musical Comedy Comp.iuy eli
route for a reason tour .of the Oileni
- The Nliipou brought tlnoo lay-over
iasseneis for -oiiuliilu. One, C. T.
Calkins, Is said to have paid n fine
of $21)!, Tor the Infraction or const
wive laws which calls for this penally
In traelliiK from the coast to the Isb
nnd in a foreign bottom. Calklna
elalius ho was obliged to leach Ifouo
lulu by a Klven date, and thu Nippon
furnished tho only available niciini
He may I'i'er tuKc iii tho matter of
tho fine with the Kederal authorities
with a view of n reimbursement.
The NIiH)ii was ohllKcd to slow
down ii portion of tho way down rroni
I ho ooafct The stcamor sailed from
Sun l'lancltco at noon on January
vitli, I'rom the tlmo or leaving be
hind the Oolilen (la'o tho weather
was simply villainous. Seas washed
the decks itiul tho funnels were do
hiKed In spray.
An Kimllshmnn was found stoweO
away In colls or niie In the forw.il il
lmrt of tho ship. Ho was unearthed
by the olllceis and made to contribute
scrvlceo In tho stcwa's department
Captain Stevens endeavored to nr
I'miKd for tho hian's rcleaso at this
poll, hut It was decide f that the bet
tor plan would bo to cariy tho stow
away to tho first Jnpanese iort, there
to be trunsfcried to a coast-bound T.
K. K. liner.
Tho Nippon Is packed from bow
sprit to stem post with cotton. Kilo
hundred thousand dollars In bullion
Is snfely slowed In tho specie tanks.
Tho through list Includes 53 cabin
mid Ci! Asiatic steerage pjssengers.
Tho Nippon sailed from Honolulu
with eiory stateroom tilled to capac
ity. A mall amounting to 250 sacks
Was received by tho local postolllce,
Opium Seizure a Surprise.
The icporled solzuro of one hundroj
tins of prepaicd opium found on
board tho Paclflo Mull Intermediate
liner Persia occasioned much surprise
to tho officers of tho Nippon Mnru
when Inrcirmcd or the receipt or such
(allied Information, on arrival here
Tho Peisla pasted thioush Hono
lulu en route to tke cona on .laim
my 2fith ut which time tho vessel
was subjected lo tho usual Inspection
by tho plaln-clolies squad from the
local customs slalT. As far as was
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Roude Wines
, Sole Agents Mumm's champagnj
( Schlitz Beer
LOVE" ' ' ' l ' l
practical, the officers delved Into the
hold and the lire-room armed with
prodding Irons nnd dark lanterns
Save n Tew scattered tins of the dope
used by .smokers uniting the Chnpso
crowv little else rewarded the elti.rls
Prepare for Chann I -Dredging.
Work of dredging tho channel en
trance to Honolulu Jmrlior Is soon to
commence, nml ulnoUflrallun to 'that
effect lias been received from Mnjor
v. u. wouiiii, in cnaige or too uuiieii
States Corps or Hnglnccrs of the U. H.
Army, which reads:
Notice Is hereby given Hint In tho
diedglug of tho channel entrance to
Honolulu harbor about to ennuneiiee,
temiHirary buoys will bo placed In tho
center or the channel for the benefit
of navigation, nod Hie west side of tho
channel will bo loft unobstructed un
til the cast half Is completed.
Further notlflcatlMi will bo given
hcfnru the dredging operations arc
shllU'd to the wc3(crn hair of- I lie
Very respectfully, '
V. I'. WOOT1N.
Mnj'ir, Cutis oT Rng.. IJ. S. Army,
Honolulah Back from Kahulul.
Taking on a considerable nuantlly
or sugar nl 'Kahulul and leaving. about
one thousand 4ons general cargo, the
Mntsun - Navigation steamer Honoln
bin steauiei Into the haihor this
inoiuliig nnd is now nt tlie railway
wharf finishing cargo which Mill In
clude about kcvcu thousand five hun
dred tons sugar for coast refineries
Tho Honoliilait Is taking nw.iy u fair
list of passengers. This vessel is tn
sail from Hnckfeld wharr at fi o'clock
tomorrow evening, taking inail fm
Tourists Off for Volcanic Wonders.
A fair percentage of the travelers
who lined the rail of tho luter-lsland
llngahlli Mauna Ken mi departure for
Hllo nml way ports this morning were
tourists who are intent on viewing
tho wonders to be found at tho era
tor of Kllnuca. The Mauna Ken sail
ed rroni her usual whnrr shortly nttcr
111 o'clock this morning, taking n fair
cargo or general merchandise, Tho
flugshlp or tho licet Is duo to i el inn
to K)it on Saturday morning.
Local Notice to Mariners.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Maul Isl
and WniliikH Coast Spartan Itcef
Hell lluoy, l, previously reported
iidrlft, was replaced February 3, lUllj
uy oruer or tne commissioner m
Lighthouses. 1.1 CO 8AIIM.
I.t., U. S. N., Inspector, lftth
Tho Sierra sailed amid showers of
florul tributes nnd tho blare of band
music, getting uwny from the wharf
shortly after 10 o'clock this morning,
bound for Han Francisco.
The Oceanic steamer carried 51
cabin mid 11 steerage passengers.
Tho vessel steamed through tho
channel rather light, her totul cargo
being something under two thousand
tons, of which 1-100 tons wns set down
as sugar, nnd the remainder being
made up or shipments or rice, bana
nas, pineapples, hides and sundries,
A usual delegation of visitors gnth
eied nt the wliiuf to hid farewell In
departing rileuds. Captain lloudlettc,
Purser Smith, Dr. Clnike and Chief
Stownrd Cnrletun were tho recipients
of well wlblies fur better weather on
tho homewurd-bouud trip. The Sier
ra Is due to I each the CoubI uu next
A mainland mall was dispatched by
TlbES SUN AND MOON
l.nst ninirter of tho Union 1'eb. 9.
Tl'nie hot Mated In table.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchants'
Tuesday, Feb 6, 19t2.
SAN KHANCIHCO Arrlled. Teh. fi,
11 a, m.. S. iS, Wllhelmlna, hence
SAN KHANCISCO Sailed, Feb. 0
2:15 p. ni 8. S. Cleveland. Tor Ho-
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed. Feb. fi
1:25 p. m., S. S. Teno .Mnru, Tor
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Feb. fi. H
' S. Columbian, from Sallnn Cruz via
SRATTI.H Sailed Feb. B, S. S. Mex-'
lenn, for Honolulu.
SAUNA CHUZ-'Arrlved, Feb. A. U.S.
Arizonntvfrom lillu, Jan. 20.
Mlsiourlan Still on the Briny.
Tho American-Hawaiian freighter
Mlsshiiiinn with general cargo, n xr-
tloil transferred from the Atlantic, mid
tso a dcchload or llfty horses and
mules has tiitis far railed tu show up
though the dtcamor Ib expected tu nr-
live from Pugct Sound nt nny mo
ment. The Mlssouilan Is bringing
down a general assortment of freight
gathered at the Sound por.s. The
Vessel will load rugar nt Island port
destined for Tehiiaiilepec.
Tho American-Hawaiian ficlghte
Mexican sailed rroni Seattle jester
day with destination as Hie Island
poits. The Mexican Is,-due to nrrjvo
ut Honolulu onfof 'nlioiil J'ebrunrv.l t
and Is rcpor,ieil. Shy (leiif ml Frelglit
Agenlu C. P. Morse, ns bringing down
wcvb-boiitidl chrgl) T.hlt-li left Now
York, pn IX'comber I'.ith and Decern
ber 23rd. (
Tho Mexican hfis ah nit two thou
sand Ions general merchandise nnd
supplies for dlschjyge here. This ves
sel will visit gtbpr, Island ports tt
gather up consignments- or sugar for
Tho big llaniliiiig-Anierlcan llnei
Cluvcland with over fiOn rouml-ttie-world
ImirlRlB sailed from San Fnin
clsco at noon tmjay with first desti
nation an Honolulu The Cleielaud
Is duo tn nrrlie here on next Tuesday
This morning tho Portuguese slopes
of KnllliJ weie InVuded by Dr. McCoy,
Chief Sanitary Inspector Charlock and
Jlidgo I.jmcr of tho legal department
of the Hoard ot Health. They suc
ceanfully withstood the onslaught
mid not a wriggler was dlscovoicd In
the numerous rain barrels from which
tho residents obtain their water siii
ply. The barrels were, all round tu
be thoroughly screened and snmo ot
them wero found to bo well oiled
showing that the tnspc'ctuia lnio
been watching them caiefully.
Within a couple of blocks or tho
heaCiuartois or the Hoard or Health
there was n different story to tell, for
at tho Territory Houso tho toor gut
ters woio found to bo in a very waver
ing and waving conditions, and filled
with 'wator. In which mosquito larvuo
abounded. Orders will be nt once Is
sued to the owneis tu remedy tho con
dition without dijlay.
PLAN NEW YEAR
With the elettlnn nt Chung Ming ns
president or the United Chinese Ho
eli'ty, n position which O. K. Al ill
i lined tu ueeeitnfter the members had
iiiianhmiiiFdy elected lilni to tho olllce,
the lending liienl Chnese merchant
will meet tlilHvevenlng In the society
hall andc illfi-imp the- Chinese Now
Ytiir season for 1912. According tu
the undent style, tt is customary for
the Chinese lo celebrati; New Year
this month, commencing next week,
but owing tu the Chinese revolution,
of which itlniDst the majority or the
bicnl t'hlncxu nre In favor, II Is expect
ed Hint the Chinese New Year thl
cur will not so so tlubornte us fo.
merly. On the ollur bnnd, this will be the
last ('lilniho New Year to be relebrat
id In Honolulu m-cordlng to tho an-
Iflnl ftfi'l, 'il.tnl.ril.i. tlm lo,.ftl nni.
lieso will eeUlirntH tho same new yelir,
us the reel 01 tho voild annually oli
Ua, 3g Jdld t H g I I
Vrb. a in. u in, p m. p m.
& .V4U I 9 0 SI t.M 11.40 0.3.V &.M CM
B.IO tgif.CI 101 DMI RM moil
it til. i
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p.hj. Iri tu. .
.17 '.1iM 2l ' d.S.1 S.'O 11.(9
1IH0 1.'1 7.M S.H ". 1 !t - '
1" 11.10 l. .1.M 6JIJ SI 0.1J
It .- . tfo -,-1 KM l.0
Tuesday, Feb. S.
San Francisco Nippon .Mnru, Jnp.
stmr., 7 ii, m.
Kahulul llouolulan, M,- N. 3. S., n.lu,
Tuesilny. Feb. fi.
Japn'n Porla and 'llitiigk'ong Nippon!
Mnru, Jnp.. stmr,, nnnn., J
illlo, via Vny 1'ilrts Mnunn lea,
Rlnir., lo a. in.
nn Kranelsco Sierra .O. S. 8... Irt
Mnhiikoiia and Kawnlhnc Nllhau,
,1 . I'AHHOdHH.S A1III1VKI)
Per T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Muni,
from Shii Kranelsco, Keb. (I. Vir
Honolulu: Chus. T. Calkins, .1. It.
Cooke, II. M. dobbins, Mrs. II, M.
Ilohblns. Through: Y. Aniamutn, K.
HaJIkano, Mrs. 0. I), i'rcscolt, T.
Abe, T, Mnruyama, Miss II. Hagnn,
Miss 1-:. I.. Cummliigs, '. Naka)n,
A. J. llaiinnfurd. Miss M. Page, li.
T. Freeman, Miss tails 1). Lyon, Miss
SI, Wnnzer, .1. J. Austin, Mis. II. I.
P. Chlene, E. Fnrnsworth, F. C. Hi
gleston, W. Peterson, J. U. Scliooloy,
S. M. Trnicrs, J. II. Wagner, Tims
M. Hall. Oroier T. Ohang, Wong
Mil Ouey, C. Milter, .Miss M. Penrle,
.Mrs. J. It .Schoolcy, II. M. Travefs,
Miss T. Uldckof, Clio Wing Chang.
Mrs. Lucille 0. rny, .Mrs. C. Miller,
Miss Q. C. Itoblnson, O. F. Simpson,
II. Van Hees, 11 L. P. Chlene, Miss
I,. Krankevlch, P. If. HIckey, Fred.
I). Paslcy, Mrs. B. It. Schley, Nllss V.
Saledn. Mrrf. IJ. K. "Wong.
SWEEPING CHANGE IN ARMY
P08TS TO SEND TROOPS HERE
(Uontlnued from P'a 1)
eiiilsv the regiments remaining will Ii'
brought up to mil war strength an. I
Kept that way.
No less than J 1, 000,000 will In. savul
by the change. It Is estimated,
Following this niinuiiiieeiiient came
another Unit Heiretnry of War Htlui
miii, lifting upon an exlinictlte riport
from the gun nil starr, hud deelded that
no less than sixteen mid probably
eighteen existing army posts Vlimilil
be iiliiiiidiiiiid nt once, 'to put mi end
tn the extravagance mid llulllcleney
reultliig from Improper illxtilhutlmi nf
the vmblle uriuy."
Lltt of Condemned Pottt,
The -posts eiiiideiiined are Apuelie,
Arl..J Ilidse HiirraekH, Idaho; llr.nl',
Midi.; I'l.uk, Tex; Uiorge Wilght.
Wnsh.i Juy, N. Y.: Lincoln, N, ) j
l.omn If. HootH, Ark.; Mcintosh, Tex.;
Mnel.eiizlf,, Wyn.: MadUuli llarrutk,
X V.; .Meads. S. 1).: Nhignrii, N. Y.;
Oiiliiiiln, N Y.; Wiiyni-. Mich.: Whip
ple Hnrrutks, Ariz.; Wllllain Henry
llairlson, .Mont., and Yellotvstoue,
There Is another formidable IM' of
posts which, wlillt- urn- ri commended
for Immediate hlmildiiniiiciit, ultimately
will be withdrawn This Includes Cm t
Heerelnr' StllnKon'H report Is made
In answer tn u House resolution by
lleprtscntatlve Hulkley of Ohln.
Mobile Army U Aim.
The iirlnelp.'il nlijei t Is tn dispose
of the present small army with dls-
lliut reft ri nee to Its mission In case
of war. This first Involves ndequato
furies for foreign gurrlMtns, which can
not be relnfocced from the United
States after the outbreak of hostili
ties. With the rest of the urmy
mobile force is to be organised and
distributed anionic 'about eight great
strategical oiijhtt. In the United States
,'nrtrntl ,t scattered III forty-nine
posts, ns now,
The annual, cost ef maintenance
would lie redqecd iilinut 15,500,000.
The following posts are said to liesn
locntul ns to permit of tlielr being
letalned ,ns strategic concentration
points: Fort Purler. IliUTalo, N. Y,
(Albiiuy Is suggested ns tin alternative
position); Fort Oglethorpe, On. (espa
chilly deslrnbln for it envnlry brigade)
Fort Mcpherson, Atlanta, (la, (of great
strategic vuliio with reference to the
Koutli Atlantic and Oulf coasts); Fort
Hum Houston, Tex. (the best strategic
position for the Suuthern frontier):
Fort Uiuton, neur Seattle, Wash., nml
Vniieoiiver Ilarraeks, Wash, neiir Port
land, and the Presidios of Snn Fran
Cisco and Monterey, Cnl., one or both
of which may be Included In tile Cali
fornia strategical group.
$30,000,000 Waited in It) Years.
The report snys that each BiicCeol-liv-C
yenr of war hns bii-n hampered
In getting rid nf useless and expen
sive pofU by local mid political Infill
nice, h Is upserted llmt-nn less tiuili
J.IO.COO.000 has been spent on such
posts In the last ten years, and" every
dollar to expended became cm argu
ment against their biindoument,
"Doubtless tills argument will be
used ugulust to prevent the concentra
tion deslrid by the prevent Secietary
of War," tho report coiiHniies, "and
unless approached In tlm spirit of the
gient business corporation which ruth
lessly tuns down a slx-slnry laillilln.c
no longer suited tn Its needs, to erect
a twenty-story building found neces
sary, thu present movement for cill
elent nnd economically iidmlulstered
forts will fall us have preceding ef
Tho inasler'B loiwirt In Ihn estate
nr tho Into John F.iiimcliith hns been
filed lit tho Circuit Court. Tho total
leeelnttt idinw nt i'fl.SST.'jn. tvlilln I In.
disbursements show nt $lti,835.02. -
AIlltlVKI) fr '
Chairman Hani Dwlght of tho mail
committee or the hoard or supervisors
and oilier members of Hint committee
havo authorized City and County Kn-
glneer Gere to forward n written noti
fication lo all property-owncra on the
Walklkl side of Hethel street lo ths
effect that the pity will InMH on nn
early compliance wllli the reciues
t Iiu t n cement sldQwalr. he laid along
Hint tliuroiighraro between King nnd
This matter hns been Jugging along
without having received nny nttenllon
rroni the 'owners or tho ubiit'lng
property. With every rain tho side
walk lias hec:i little hatter than r,
Chairman Dwiglit will ha ready to
report on the mutter or compelling
residents along n isirtlon or Ntmanii
avenue laying a curb along their
lespcctlve premises. This will be
brought up nt a meeting or the board
to bo called ror; this evulitttg.
Tho road committee profess to be
trnanlmoiiH In their approval of the
appointments made by City Hnglnocr
(lere, ns iiertalns to the selection of
road overseers for-the city unit coun
ty, (lere's nppotntments will be ratified
so Hie mnjorlty members declare.
Chief Officer J. W. .lory, of tho Mat
sun Navigation steamer Honolulan,
was taken tu Queen's Huspllnl Inline
dlately upon tho arrival or that ves
sel fiom Kahulul this morning, suffer
ing from a number of sol ions hiulsei
about tho body nml lace, owing tu the
breaking or a lurie caigu Ilium whirl
let i'.owii while freight was being din
charged nt the Mnui port mi last Sat
At Puiinene Hospital near Wa'llukii
Maul, William Wnlsh n.tsiktnut suiwr
Intc intent or tlm Kahulul llnllivny He
In n piecarlous condittoii ns a icsul
of the same luvlilcnt,
Tho snapliliig (if n steel cable whlc'.'
8iippoited the boom sunt that .le.tvj
pltcol or wood ai.il steel t'j tho deel
below mid In railing the twu men re
celled their Injuries, which lor suim
thlity minutes tendered both uncoil
.liny Is suiTerlng from a broken Jaw
among his other Injuries, It Is de
flated dnulitriil this morning whethei
ho would he nblo to ncconipany Un
steamer tn Sail Francisco tomorrow
That both Jory and WuMi escaped
Instant death Ih pronounced as ml
rnculous by thoro who witnessed, tin
Wtilsh was not expected to llvo lit
tho tlmo the Honolulan sailed for Ho
liolulu. Ho i said to he bully hurt
ICxamlna Ion levealed cnnctissliiu n1
BIG SALES IN
Yesterday tins u good selling day
for the KalinilUI Land Company's lots
In Ocean View- trait, and us a I exult
of It the tract Is closed out except for
Mrs. Kiumn Nnkulna bought four
teen lots In the tract for M000, and
thu loiiipnny Mild other lots as well,
bringing the day's leeord up tu 15200
Manager Stanton soys that there Is u
great demand for KulmukI property
mid theru are n number of other sale"
nn the wny now.
Still another lunihcr-lnden Hchhouer
has departed from the sound, destined
for the Islands with u big cargo or the
products nr thu northwestern mills
Tho A. F. Coafes, well known to ship
ping men hero, Is reported to have
Fulled fiom Mukltcn ror Honolulu on
Mam Ice It. Carey hah filed n rcpll
entloil In the Clleit't Court In connec
tion with bin rnsU against the Ha
waiian Lumber Mills ct nl,
Finther hearing In tho ciso against
Phoney Davis that Is being tried In
Ihn Federal Cuuit was conlliitiod tills
lleeaiiro of falluio tu settle a hos
pital hill of (32, Mrs. Paula K.izzaiu
ur Mltldletown, Cutlii., was orilered dn
porled tn Italy by uHIcIiiIb or the Fed
Waft-i'-llko slices of lil-ead, Fpieuil
with cat I. lie, spilnKlc.l with lemon
Jllli'e iltut Salt, make tasty sandwiches.
Use piu-nlllne pnier .which lines bis
cuit boxes tn polish lluttrous. It Is
aim a gnod lining for Hie cuke. Huh.
Hanging Hie nieii door Is rexpousllih,
for half the liiuvy hre.nl nnd enlee The
door should be c.losed vny gently.
A be-tter Iron rest than Hie ordinary
metal stand Is u llrebilek, ns.lt does
not cool the Iron so rapidly.
Special excursions will be run from
all over the Islands by the lnter-ls-hind
Hteiint Navigation Cnmpanyl for
I'lurnl Parade feitltltles.
The excursions have been arranged
by President nhd Oeneral Nlnnnger J.
,W Kennedy. Hume days ngo the Mer
chants' Association named 11. M. Hep
burn, ehiilrniiin of the publicity nnd
promotion emimiltti-e, tn take up with
II P. Wood, secretary nf the Hawaii
Piiimotliin Committee, the inntter of
Flora) Parade excursions, nnd ntter a
conference tliey iook llie mailer up
with the trail'portiitloii people.
The O. It. & 1.. Co. Is nlsii expected
to run xmne s-elal excursion trains,
announcement f which will be Innde
The Intir-Ixlnnd's' excursions nre
iiniiuiince-d us follows:
the H H. .Mniilia Ken will leave Illlo
em Wednesday, February 21, 1912, lit
10 a. m., calling nt Mabulconn nnd Kn
wnlline In tho nftrennon mid Meari'g
or's and lailuilmi the suinfl evening,
urrhitig nt 'Honolulu early. Thursday
morning, IVlirimry 22, giving passen
gers from llnwnll nnd Maul an nppnr
tiinlty to xeei the inllltnry' parade nnd
Floral Piirado fextliltles.
Pasxengrrs. run aim rnmo from Kn
liulul nnd Ijibulna per K. S. chiudlne,
nrrltlng lit Honolulu on Wislnesilny
hioinbig, Febrimry 21.
Spc-clitl miinil-trlp tlekets, llmltrdtn
return from Honolulu not later thnn
Tuesilny, February 2". will be Issued
nt the following rates:
From llawnll ports tn Honolulu nnd
return 115 each.
From Metlre-gor's to Honolulu and
return t'J eneli.
From Knhiiliil tn Honnlulii nnd re
turn 19 1'iieli.
From laihalnn tn Ilnnoliiln and re
turn IS each.
The H. S. W. n. Hull, leaving- Nnwi
llwill, Kiiiuil, Tuesday evening, Feb
riulry 20, nnd nrrlvlng at llolioliilu nn
Wednesdny, IVbrunry 21, will give pas
sengers from Kniml nn opportunity to
see the military parade and Floral Pa
rude fi'StlvltleH ,
Special rnutiil-trlp tickets, limited tn
re turn from Honolulu by the W. O.
Hall, leaving em Friday nftcrnnnn, Feb
ruary 23, will bo Issued nt IS each.
MANLY TEARS WERE SHED.
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struggled In the crowd that gathered.
In an attempt tn plant a farewell klr.s
upon the upturned and tear-stalued
features or.n maid who onco tripped
icrnbH tho rootllghts.
Fortified, as wero many, by Joy-pro-ducliig
stlmiilntitH. the scene bet on
thu NIpiHin's decks and also ut thu
wharf, could Holdom bo duplicated,
savo under like circumstances. Kino
lions run Hot mini grave to gay.
.Vhlle one eniiple essayed the "Toxas
Tomtily," Tilrkey Trot, Wnshliigtou
Wtlgole, or Cincinnati Clinch. Oth
.'is sought sweet seclusion behind u
rtendly shelter and Indulged In a lit
le sobbing heo. Just for two.
Shipping Manager John Drew or
Cnsllo & Cooko heaved a huge sigh
of relief when the Nippon dually pull--'d
Into the stream. Ills iilillg)ug staff
or assistants ulsu added n fervent
"Amen". Stecly-heiiitoel (cnstnnis
men, while uttcmptlng'.f;, to sep.-ir.ilo
beauty-from u rcluc!anlf lover, llngei
'ng over n final llp-to-llp communion,
v.-r.ic frequently obliged to turn aside.
il ivai torrljily touching.
"You would think that tlioro wasn't
mother girl left in tho town," Inter
posed one cnsc:hiu-denod wro'ch ns
he fled from n position which would
have nindo him n target for n seiien
if bunny hug from ardent sweet
hearts, It w-us a safe bet Hint each depart
ing damsel hid rervent farewell to ut
least a dozen local hdmlicrs, and
IlifcBe In many Instances wero drawn
..'rum the ranks of tho business mid so
cial circles or the city.
Tho Nippon ami Its inelollous living
riclght Is away, iiud great globs of
loom now iiorvmlo the haunta of the
FLEET WILL STAY TILL JUNE.
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icgiil.ir boat schedule Is maintained.
A number or Jack Tars on the Ha
ider and other ships or tho licet aro
wondering what they get ror n pleco
or caiilbaard entitling Ihem tu nno
chnncn In Kino to win a smashed au
tomobile. Tho machine Is that driven
by .1. I:. .lohiiHon In the almost fatal
acelcVnt oil King stteet tho other
night. On Iho tlckots, which weie
peddled at $2 per, tho owner appears
as Mrs. .1. I:, Johnson, niiil Iho (2 also
entitled Hie pitrchnfer to atlend a
supper and ilnuco In ho given nt thy
Alnken wharf. nei that eien the losers
could get a run for their money.
If there lire nny people on the other
Islands who wish tp be registered as
having In en born In the Territory they
should keep their eye-s open nl;uut the
end or March nnd the beginning of
April, when Henry P. O'Siilllvnn nf the
recretary's olllen will moke n trip
t.pough Hawaii mid Maul in order to
listen to the various claims.