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WW, EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H THURSDAY, FEB. 15, 1912,
WOE W i
Ilolloltllll ( OlMIII.UIlIlT) -
Onli r of llio 'Ii'inptc.
Hawaiian Ihlril Hegrio.
IIiimiiIiiIii ('linplcr llurk
Harmon) ( hapler . I. 0.
' I. S. Kignl.ir.
All TltlMnt meintisrs ol Ur
Order rs cordlslly invited to
atteud meetings of local lufljee
Mill mi the
LMhl I llli
ill h.l'. Il.ill
7:::o l u.
Hi labors (
K. of I'.
Mi pis oMiy L'jnl nml llli Natur-
Idiv owning nt 7 to o In K ill
' I. or I' Hull, (or 1'url iiiul
lli-ift.iiii.i VIhIUmi; brothers
rmdlnlly Invited to :i 1 1 iinl
a v ci:itTZ. c
r KII.IIHi. h It S.
(I Mil! I.OIMii: Ml. I, h. of I'.
Mrcts ivory Hist ami third Kri
iiluy t 7 :1D uVloik, I'jlliluii
Vilnll. turner lteiotanln anil
I'ort Rtni'ls Visiting brother"
tordinlly iiwllnd In alli'liil.
S DIX'KUIt, ('. ('.
o iii:im;, k r it & s.
iiomii.ii.i; i.oniir, tin:, i:. r. o. i:.
v Honolulu Ijidgo No. nifi.
yf n i- o cii'H, meets in
llii'lr liull, on King St,
lii-.ir Km i, every 1'rlili
evening. Visiting Hi lltll
crs urn cmdiully Invited
n l'. h. isuNiirtito, n. n.
oi:o. t. kluhghl, Soc'.
1IAMAIIAN Tllllli: .NO. 1, I. 0. 11. .11
Meets every llrsV mid third
Tuesday of each month In
I'intPinlty Hall, I. O O !
building Visiting brothers
(onllally Invited to attend
IIHNIIY A ASCII, Sachem,
LOUIS A PHIlItY, C. of H
iioNoi.ri.it mm: no, r. o. i:.
Moots mi second mid fourth
Wednesday evening of each
month at i !iu utluck, in
Sun Autonlii Hall, Vineyard
street, near Kininn Visiting brothers
a ru luited to attend.
I' IllfJUIXS, V. 1'.
VM C Mi COY, Secy
HONOLULU LODGE NO. 800,
L. 0. O. M,
Will in.it In i l.l.l Pillows' building,
Knit Mriel, ni'iir King, Thursday even
ing, IMmi'iry 1'.. I'M-.', at ":3D oloek
Visiting broth. rs mrdl.illv invited to
at 1 1 ml
AMUitOSi; J WIRT., Dictator
Ii A JAl'OHSuN, S-'iritary.
IMward llurh', the noted l'ajilllc of
Bali KrnneHco, who for oer twenty
)ears bn-i been .ro:nlni ntly lili-ntlHul
Willi Hi" .Silrltu.'ilts' mh b ties of Amer
ica, Is In Honolulu nnd will demon
rtrilto pi'yililc iihenomi'iia, ite, Spirit
ual iidvlcn nn nil matters Klwil. Dally
10 to 1; e'iilnuH by uiiolnliiient. Til-
ephonn rtain or at resldi nee, 7S2 Klnail
"etriet rlniiid Se.ineu mery Thiirsday
i:ve., 8 o'llock COKO-tf
t Importer Fort St
SPRING MILLIN CRY
MILTON & PARSONS
Latett Styles in Shapes and Trimmings
i PANTHEON BLOCK, FORT STREET
THE VERY LATEST IDEAS IN
Millinery Parlors, Boston Block
City Transfer Co.
JA0. H.LOVll ' I .i
SHERMAN 15 NO TRANSPORT
FOR UNCLE SAM'S EMPLOYEES
Troopship Filled With Militant Passengers Cleveland De
parture Was Spectacular Mauna Loa Arrived With
Sugar From Hawaii Hall to Sail This Evening Mexi
can Still Out and Greatly Delayed In Arrival with Main
The l'nlloil state Aitn.v traimport
h'liiioi.in mi anivnl at Honolulu job-u-ni.iv
nl km noun IhoiikIiI kIooiii to a
I. .in. I ol I oileial employes stationed In
tin I'.'iiioliHe of the I'aclllo.
I'm the roiirlh consecutive tlmo. Ilia
head olllilnl of Uncle Sam'H opeintlon
.if the Heel of transiHirtx ban tiirncl n
ill ar i.ir to Ibu otltlon coming from
'he IIoiioIiiIii delegation of 1'eiloral
wnpln.vox that they lie iiciniltted to
niille the transput ts In making Jour
ueH to and from (he Coast.
"Iheie is nothing doing," was the
irjoliiiler coming fiom one trnnspott
illlelal when tho mailer was brought
m the fine kooii after tho Sherman liaililt.
.nine ainiiKi-iiie uceaiuc nari uoiii
die Coast I
Some wieks iiro n Joltifgathoilnt! of
I'liipiines ui an mi i vueiai uepai i-'
on ins lepiesenteil In Honolulu was.
In Id ami a petition woh fotwarded to'
V.iililimton asking Hint relief ho glv
ii !u the form of tho light to receive
trmihiMii tatltm on goxeriiment tnui:,
linith The eoiiteiitlou Ih madu that
leirlunlal omplocs now bao tho
iiiuih-iotetcil permission wi far as
lies In tho power of the local (luar
tei master to aceomtnoilato i-ersoiiR
eonni.cted with this branch of the ser
vice Tho matter hns been carried up
through the regular channels but tho
last appeal, an answer being recelvcu
csterdiiy, npiwnrH to hno foitvr set
tled thu status of Uncle Sam's repro
t.cnhithox In tho Hawaiian Islands.
The Shorinun Is iiroreedlng tn
Soulberii l'lilllpplno Island ports be
lore her last stop nt Manila. She will
make nil extended stny nt Honolulu,
lemalnlng here until 1 o'clock tomor
iow afternoon n order to take on 12U0
inns or coal. Tho Sherman will leavo
itTiciu and tioops nt .Malahnng, Join
nn' Zaniboanga. and then proceed to
Manila, arrlilng at the l'lilllpplno cap
iat on or about March intb.
Whether the dlveitlng of tho Shoi
nau will serve to disarrange tho pres-
nl tiaiis-I'aclflc schedule, no olio on
jii.ii l wns piepared t,say.
For Honolulu 181 passengers nrrlv
"il, 21 being cabin, 2 second cuhln and
lis steerage, consisting of ono bun
Ired and flft-llvo recruits and three
(.Ulllans. Tho total niiniber of pas
sengers on board leaving Monterey
Tor IIoiioIiiIii Col. J. S. Hogers wan
the tanking olllcer ami ho will ho sta
tioned at Schofleld llarracks, rcllelug
iJolniiel Mnnsflelil of somo of his regi
mental duties. Ono hundred and ilfty-
flo teeiiilts are to ho distributed
iniong tho reglmentH at Schofleld llar
racks. The troopship has on board tho en
ure i;ikIiI1i luratitry for l'lilllpplno ilu
ty In Mlnnnnuii nnd Jolo. Kroni Hono
lulu a detachment of K8 murines will
gi Hi the I'lillpliilnes by tho Sherman
Divers. Free Lurline Propeller.
YuitlH of heavy maiilla cable woiin.1
iioiiuil the impeller of tho Mutson
ali;iUioii sleamer Ltirlluo as that
csi-el was lucking into u boith lit
llai lifeld whaif yeslcrday afternoon
will ho temoveil before tho vessel goes
to tea tnmoirow ocnliig on a hldo
tilp to Kaliuliil. DImuh luno been nt
uiuk fieilug tho wheel of Its encitni
lii'jiue No damago Is ieioitci us n
lesult of the cablo winding nruuud tho
Tho l.nrllno Is being dlsclmrged of
some thrre tliiiiisunil tons of mainland
freight 'IIiimo Is an luldhlonal HIM
I'iii.s for dlhchatgo at Kahulul,
I'urser Waneii stuJos that tho oy
aeu iiowu horn Han KranclBco waa
rather lough Tor thieo days. Tho ves
sel was ciowded to capacity with cab'
In passengers. Tho l.mllne will leturti
finin the Maul imit on noxt Tuesday
moining and will bo dispatched for
San KuiiivIhcii n t C o'clock In tho oven-
lug of the mine day.
expected to sail with n full coniplo -
nient of pisseugem and her hohH
filled wllh sugar.
.(vi .coc-v, ,a
W.C. Peacoltk& Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wines and liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagnt
( Schlilz Beer
Customs Cold. Water Club.
The very Intent f internal orgaulzn
(Ion to mnko Its how to Honolulu Id
thu "Customs Cohl-Vater Club", Its
lot iiintlon having been conducted
quietly and without thu nolsonio ac.
rompaiiliuciit of bolstornusiioss or the
slapstick, IIh lino array of the youth
mid llnner iiiuwii from Mr. Stnckublo'.i
BttilT of buxtllui; younri men, comprise
the charter memlierslilp of the "Cold
Don't run away with tho Idea that
ttilrf club was oocnfclouiil through a
piolohKcd hchsIoii with one It. I
Alorse, or that HiIh llctlthius Individual
lias nuythliiK to do v.llh It. Fur from
To it RtnlT of workers whose cllns-
nK ac(lialntiluco with tho Kilt ball oil
the top of tho polo Is of long xtniidliifT,
..w Year's Day resolutions m)Ssl-ss
The "cold-walcr" club Is nrcnnlzmt
, iuiurlly for tho relief of oxcesslvo
thirst and tho chilling of overheated
(opiiers of those whoso business culls
them to remain nt Alakea wharf. Its
dues aio nominal nnd Its mission Is
purely beneficiary. Whero before
patched throats prevailed a cooling
iiraugnt is now obtainable.
Siberia To Sail for Coast on Saturday.
The Slbeila of tho l'aclflo Mall serv-
Ico Is due to arrive from Hongkong by
tho way of Japan potts tomorrow
morning and will leave 700 tons of
Oriental cargo at Honolulu. Accord'
lug to tho present calculations of II.
Hackfeld & Co., her agents, this ves
sel will ho dispatched for San Krun
clsco on or about 10 o'clock Saturday
morning. Tho Siberia has room for
one hundred additional cnbln pnssen
geiB from this port, and bookings at
tho local agency Indicate that about
Jiovouty travelers will depart for tho
Coast In this fine slenmer.
Wllhelmlna Bringing Down Fair Cargo
Tho Wllhelmlna of tho Mntson Nnvl-
gullon Line has sailed from Sun Fran
cisco und should arrive horo on Tues
day morning with a largo list of pas
sengers, 2)00 tons cargo for Honolulu
and (Mi) tons freight for dlschargo at
lino, tiio Wllholnilnn Is believed will
bring tho last of the Klortil I'aruiro
visitors, with tho oxcoptlon of those
arriving bj tho Sierra on tho morning
or me rarado day.
Hysdej on the Berth,
As far as can bo learned throned
cables, tho Matson Navigation steamer
Myuileg will bo dispatched from Soat
lle on Saturday with desltiatloti as tho
Hawaiian Islands. This vessel has
been undergoing Homo repaint und
nisi one i rip in consequence,
Hall for Kauai Today.
Taking a general cargo Including
lumber anil fertilizer, tho Intcr-lslund
n.v..iiii- ,. u. nan win nan lor Kauai
IHlits nt 5 o'clock this evening. The
Hull will also farrv luiHKPiiimrx mi.i
mans ror llio Harden Is land.
The Inter-Island steamer Clamllnn
Is loading for Maul and Hawaii ports
today unil will bo dispatched nt C
o'clock tomorrow evening, taking 'i
number of pHssc-ugors und malls,
Seven thousand sacks sugar wore
included in the cargo brought to Ho
nolulu this morning with tho arrival
of tho liitor-Ishmd steamer Manna
I.n:i. The vessel galbeicd sugar at
Per U. S, A. T. Sheininn, fiuni San
Francisco, Keb, H.-Kor Honolulu:
Lui. J. s. Hogem and two sons, MitJ
i:. V. Smith. Cipt. fl. ii. Prllchnid,
Jr.. wife, five children und sister; l.t.
I.. .1, Ely ami wife, r inni u- n
Christy nnd wlfo. Uent i.nr n'n'
i .. . . . ....-:.- ' ' "lli
l wife, Miss Kdna A. Porkl'iiB. Mr O
I'. Parson and wire; 155 ca'suals U
s. A., 3 civilians.
jiii-u nun u n i, r I.- vr . .
TIDES SUN AND MOON
.Jr 3 II S i e r" A I a
t SIS-.P I " 8
m" Jald'glg f i
b. n in. I m. p m u m
U (l.o 1.7 If Ol w S.W 831 5t 1S6
II I.N I.S 1.11 6-31 BIS 6710 5 SSS
I' IK Mi 7.11 0 37 C 5W ll
s an i.e '-ii mo to in c iw so,
10 311 so set Kinor- C2 OHO 6.13
' 3 4J t.B,.1l6 BISIlHJ BS) 8.00 0.IU
'" 1.13 1 9 1 I gl BWH07 S7 coiImmj
New mnon Kebruury 1" nt 7 13 P. '
71; 10 n. in., '
-G u. m , Oil; 8 a. in.,
; noon, 70; morning
Iluromclcr, 8 n. in.. 30.U; nbsolute
humidity. 8 n. in.. SOD grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, X n. hi.,
"r. iicr cent; dow point, n. m., ii.i.
Wind 0 a. m velocity 11, direction
N. W.; S ii. in., velocity II, direction N.
R; 10 u. in., velocity 7, dliectloii S.;
noon, velocity !), direction S 1'.
Itnlnfall duiing 24 liours ended 8 n
in., .0 Inch.
Total wind movement during 2-1
botirH ended nt noon, 121 miles.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special ruble to Merchants
Thursday, Feb. 15.
OAVIOTA Sailed, Keb. 15, S. S.
HosecrtiiiH, for Honolulu.
TACOMA Sailed, Vb. 14, 11:10 p.
in., H. S. Columbian, for IIoiioIiiIii.
SAN KANCISCO Arrived, Keb. 15,
1:311 p. m., H. S. Ilonoluhn, lattice
SAN KILVNCISCO Arrived, Keb. 15,
I! a. in., S. S. Shln)o Marit, heiico
S. S. SIIiHHIA -r Will dock nt Alakea
whaif toinonow (Krlday) morning
early ami sail for Sail Krauclsco ear
ly Saturday moriiiiu;.
U. S. A. T. SHKHMAN sails for Ma
nlla tomorrow (Krlday), 1 p; in.
HARD AT WORK
At I'rnrl Harbor the drydoek force
Ix busily engngeil In taking out soma
or lliu (oncrile originally lain nnu sun
Htltiitlng u richer concrete In tllo liucli'
etx of Section 1, This, It Ix believed.
will check the troublesome leuks which
ngnln made their appearance two dnjii
According to the tmvy englneirx
there Is no iilarmlng jiiovemcnt or tho
bottom of the doth, und no chance of
u cuv i'-In or hiiIoiih trouble.
'It might Ih) Coniimred tii the blow
out of mi auto tire," Hold Civil En
gineer Unvhr "It's annoying, and you
hiiVH to get out and IU It before you
go nn, but It doesn't put the whole
machine out of commission"
PAUL It, ISKNI1KUO. Mrs. Iscn
boig nnd Mrs. M. T. McOnnley lenvo
In tho Slbeila for an extended visit
to tho Coast.
Lieut. Frank M. Andrews, Sth Cuv
nlry, uldc-de-cump lo Oenerul Ma
comb, has been granted a month's
leavo of absence, to take effect about
AillS. K. .1. I.OWIIBY. Mrs. C. M.
Cooko and .Mrs. (letirgo Sherman havo
been named by thu Kilohami Art
League ns delegates to Hie Central
TAIIN M'HIIKW nnd his mother.
Mrs Mcdiew, nro settled for nn In
definite i-i iuil In an npaitiiiout In
Paris. Since they left lliolr liiimo In
Honolulu last summer Dr. Mcdiew
died In the Islands.
JOHN II. l'KltltY, a steamship man
of Seattle returned from tho Hawaiian
Islands jogterdav'. Ho went to study
what effect tho opening ot tho Panama
Canal would havo on tho commerce of
the Islands. Sun Krauclsco Call,
MltS. WALLACE IIRUTHOl'T nnd
Miss Kulhcilno Stileklor Balled Tues.
day for Honolulu. Among others who
sailed on the namo steamer wero Mrs
It. P. Schwerlu, Mrs. Hiirrlot PcteiBou
Miller, and Miss Carnlluo Peterson.
Sun Kriiuclfcco Argonaut,
Hnllwny Mall Clerks' $90 month. IIo
iioIiiIii examination May 4 Prepar
ation free rrauklln Institute, Dept
43.1.M. Hoihester, N Y. ' CtOI-lm
Auto brass bull en p.
He ward. 134
1 39 Merchant Street
THOUSANDS WATCH SPECTACULAR
FLIGHTOF CRAZED OFFICER
A thousand or moro people crowded i
on mid ucnr Alnken wburf nt tho hour
of o o'clock last evening, at tho time
of departure of tho big Hamburg
American liner Cleveland on her
round-the-world 'cruise, watched Villi
breathless Interest Hid successful 'nt
tctnil of an' apparently crazed mem
ber of tho trow of that vessel to guln
bis frceilotn from further service ' nt
Tearing along tho upior gallery of
tho wharf, thrusting scores of people
nslilo as be raced tho length of" tho
structure to n stlitrwny'li'adliig to 'tho
groilud floor, n Herman ofllcer with
tho steward's department gullied tho
sidewalk, hastily lord IiIh merchant
ninrlnomiilforni of white from Ills
son, thrust the clothing Into the lunula!
nf it 'surprised newsboy, and, arrayed
In civilian clothing, wns soon lost'ln nesxed the flight nnd transformation
the mass of people gathered nt tho put till by the ofllcer last evening state
waterside, watching the Cleveland pull that It was the' 'work of but an Instant
n way fiom her berth nnd swing lulu for the man td'tear off Ills white
tho harbor. clothes, under which was ills't'overcrt n
Fur it half-hour prior to tho sailing to'mplcte slllt of civilian raiment. Ar
of the excursion steamer, the (Icrm-iii rnyed In u less conspicuous 'garb, tho
with several other members from tlio man was goon swallowed njT'ln the
ships official staff, had maintained vast crowd nnd lost bight of,
their station ot the gangway, there to! Under ordlnnry conditions and In
regulate the truffle fiom wharf to sltlpRtrlct observance of Hie federal laws,
The fin nl deep haying of the Cleve-
land sirens bad been rounded nml tho
Inst stiagglcr from nmong the $00
louiid-the-world trippers had been hlir-
rled aboard, when the young and rath-'
Honolulu will soon bo brought Into
very closo touch with the mainland
by wireless, following successful ex
periments hero by Manager Jnqlt
Ilulch of tho wireless company. Tho
Unvernor announced today Hint Mr.
Ualch had placed before him tentative
plans for the establishment of u sta
tion nt the Pall.
Mr. Ilulch has for somo tlmo past
had wires stretched between tho two
peaks nt the Pull and nils been very
successful In catching messages from
APPLICAT ON MADrFORBfi
' WlRELES!SllflfAT BALI
tho Coast. He Is using tho I'oulsen mean Interference with the 'andsoapo
method, hut at the present time has and nt least should not be permitted
only a receiving Instrument set up. to Interfere with the' landscape, -or
To set up the necessary apparatus for having nitntinn there should not' he
dispatching will mean considerable permitted to Interfere with the purity
outlay mftl also tho erection bf build- of the water supply for Honolulu.'
lugs. ' "But at the Pall, right at' the gup.
Speaking of tho matter this morning there Is n slope townrds ' the other
the Governor snld: side nnd It may be that the station
"I have received an Informal nppll- could bo put entirely on' that so that
cation for tho establishment of u none of tho drainage wouhl'coine this
vviielers station nt the I'all. Some wayi Then there would of course-be
time ago I authorized Mr, Ilulch to tho question of having- tho buildings
string some wires ncioss with n view down In the hollow,
to testing that place for the purpota Matter for Public, '
of receiving messages from tho Paclf- "This Is all n matter of public In
to Coast. This has been dono and tho terest nnd they might llko to know
place has been found eueclally well
sullen ror mat purpose.
"Now he suggests that It might he
'(Continued from Pagt 1)
of the change. He will havo It raised
on thu Consulate nett Saturday, Chi
nesu New Ycai's Day,
Yuan an Organizer.
Pending tho recognition ot the Re
public of China by tho l'owuis, Consul
Chen Chlng Ho will not call on tho
foielgu Consuls stationed in Honolulu.
Ho sluled this mottling that he recog
nized Yuan Shlh Knl ns the organizer
of thu republican form ot government
In China, but until further' official
wind has been received frum China,
icgniiliiig the recognition ot the now
guveiiuneiit, ho has nothing to say
about thu political ultulrs In the tem
He was Informed by tho II it 1 1 o 1 1 n
lepotter that uccoidlng tu u cable re
ceived this morning by the Liberty
News front Dr. Sun Yut Sen, the nu
llon.ll Hag of China remains uncuaiig'
cm, Tho Consul was surprised to hear
Editor Tho of tho Liberty Nons sta
ted this mottling that the cable ho re
ceived fiom Dr. Sun Yut Sen was:
"National Hag samo as before,
"(Signed) DR. SUN YAT SBN."
The Iocs I Chinese are iinablo to In
terpret thu meaning vt the cablegram
Some belluvo that 'thu old dagon flan
which flew over thu Kinplre of China
fni many generations, Is the recog
nized flag In Culnu now. Others think
that tho cable referred to the familiar
revolutionary Hug, which is now flying
Ih Chinatown. Another cnhlu is ex
peeled to coinu fiom Nanking today
Chinese New Year,
Next Saturday Is tho regular Chi
nese New Yeu'duy, according to Con
sul Chen Chlng Ho this morning.
Kiom !:30 o'clock in the morning un
til 11 o'clock a reception will bo giv
en at the Chinese Consulate tin Shot I
Inn htruoL l( is expected that Gover
nor Kicar, tho Kedelal, Terfitlnlul and
County officers will bo among thu
callers tit tho Consulate.
Thloiigh the courtesy or Mayor
Kein, Hie Hawaiian band will piny dur
ing the reception,
Tse for' China.
Kdltro Tad of the Liberty News sta
ted today that ho will leavo for Can
ton on tho Japanese lluor Chlyn Mam
on March 4. Ho Is going there In re
sponse to tho urgent lequost of Gov
ernor Chun Hwang Ming or Canton. It
is believed that Tse will ho given nn
advisory position In the Governor's of
lice Whllo In China ho will cull or.
Dr. Sun Yat Sen mid ncqiiahit him
with the sentiments of the local Chi
er good-looking officer hastily Bpoke a
few words In German to his associates
nnd pointing to Hie entrauco of tho
Wharf, slnrtcd for the stnlrwriy bit a
Ills actions startled hundreds' of
lieoplo who lined tho upper portion of
tho wharf. It wus nil ovor1 lnNnn In
stant, and while the remainder of the
Utile band of officers wondered what
It wus all alio nt. the word to haul In
the gatigway was sounded from the
Customs Inspector Reeves nnd sev
eral other port officials look up -the
pursuit of the fleeing man, but whei.
they renched the street they met n
newsboy with an nrinful of what was
ner-'bneo the uniform of n flmmnn ntllrer
A hundred or more automobile1
'chnuffoiirM if fid bystanders 'who wit-'
Hi6 (icnnall steamship lino would
come In for the Infliction of n fine of
live bhmlred dollars, as tho man Is an
iillcn and would be considered lis hav-
lug Illicitly landed.
cV JW' 4 mtmift i
ns well -to make a permanent station
there for sending messages ns well as
receiving diy the, Ponlsen 'system of
wireless. Of course the"cxpono of
putting In a plant for senium; mes
sagen would be considerable and
would also mean the erection 'Of neV'
oral buildings for conducting the BtO'
tlon. s - ' '
"It Is of -course desirable to Itnvo
such n station but whether tn the pub
lic interests It should be' lit the Pall
Is more of n question.' Ofl,eoiirsc
Hrlnglng the wires across would 'not
that such n project has been suggest-
eii, although of courso not ns yet In a
formal way. Th establishment sliotih
tend to reduce the cost ot messages,'
fLeet ' sfAVs
Some licet "dope" of unusual Inter
est, which Is being taken ax authori
tative by ollieerx of the ships now' In
port, wax brought jestiiilay by Julius
Itothscblld, who arrived en the l.lil
llue. tlotliHehlbl Is u uiembir uf tho
firm of John ltntln-chlld & Co, whole
sale grocers and provision merchants,
who' tinvu praullcnlly all tho govern
ment I'onimlMsury lontnictx on the 1'u
cllli Const, Tlmo and again when Meet
hlghcr-iipx have been In doubt ax to
future movements, Itotbschllds Infor
mation from the lliiri'iiut of Supplies
hi Washington hux prove'd correct,
In this Instance be says that the Pa.
I'lflc fleet Is to remain, here Until the
last of April. Tho Glacier, however, Is
to make n trip to the Coast for sup
plies, leaving here thu latter part of
this month, noil returning ns soon us
possible. Rothschild says that prep,
iiriitliuix for re-Mnoklng the supply ship
are already under way, und that a full
cargo will lie ready for her ux soon us
she arrives nt Male Island.
The second examination for hoallh
luspectoiH started this afternoon at 2
o'clock at tho College of Hawaii,
Until Just before the tlmo for start
ing tho examination arrived It was
not known who was to sit, At a
meeting nf tho Hoard of Health some
tlmo ago It wn agreed that ns the po
ultlotiB vacant were all to bo filled by
city and county appointees that Chair
man Kranlt Krugnr Bhotild forwuTd n
list giving tho names of thoso -who
were acceptable to his couinilltoo for
Piesldont Pratt received a note this
morning, howover, Informing him that
Krugcr had no list to forward. Seen
lalor, Krugor not only had no list hut
A good report was mode this morn
Ing nt the annual meeting of Wnlma
mi lo Hugiir Company, held nt the of
fices of C llrewcr & Co. The only
change inmle In the lift of officers
was that W. 1 Hopper Is nn ndded
Mnnngtr George t'mtlinprii r(,HirtMl
"It Is needless for me to sny' thnt
the past year has been the most pros
perotix one for the company on rec
ord. The crop was tho largest ever
taken nit 'here. Although the itiinllty
of the Julie win poor throughout the
whole M-nnon, the iiunntlty of enne nn
tho ground moro than offset the poor
Ituillty, and the exceptionally high
prices received for the latter part of
tho crop helped greatly to swell the
The 1912 crop n year ago was flir-
ther advanced than Is usual nt the
same time, nnd did well up to'the last
of' June, but tlm latter pio-t of the sen
son wax exceptionally ilrv, so .that It
did lint make1 tho growth that It'uhonbl
have done, If It hnil'Bnt more 'moisture.
This Ix shown miiire -on tho shnrt"rn
toons, 'Which have tnsxeled more 'freely
than usual, which innkex. rather n short
growth. However, from what1 wo nave
ground so farl 'the Juice Is standing
much better than It did a year ago,, so
Hint I hope my estimate of 400(r tons
will be realized. ' ,f '
I'or 1913 crop we plnntefr Talher
less than usual, (ix 1 find thnt t'nle
donla rntoons do just ns -well hx plant,
Willi n great dcnl less expense. There
were 200 acres -planted, nnd SfiO ncres
of long rntoon. and probably will be
t50 ncres of short ratonnx, nlitl In addi
tion to the nbovo the Japanese plant-
on. have got f.O acres of plant ami SMI
ncrex of long rntoons, making n total
fur thlx crop of 1400 ncres. .The young
plant and long rntoons nro not quite
so far advanced nx the 1912 clop vvns
n year ago, on necount of the continued
dry weather, but Is a good, cloostnnd
nil -over nnd promises well, nnd 1 have
no doubt that Willi favorable weutber
will make an average crop.
"The labor supply hnx kept up well
throughout the yenr.-whleh box enabled
ux to keep the work well In hand. On
necount of the Increase of married men,
wo have had to mako Tjulte a few nil
dltlmiH to their itunrterx during the
enr. and which helps to keep them
The flhnnclnl -report by Treasurer II.
M Whitney shows net profit for the
year of 152,028.b2. $81.1(0 paid In div
idends nnd bnlnnco brought down of
Knthuslastlc over a combined vaca
tion and business trip but glad to get
back to Hawaii, Mr. Jacob Cooper, of
the Clarion, returned yesterday on the
Lurline. ,He camo buck with the
statement that whereas business In
many section of the country Is n lit
tle dull Just now, his Honolulu busi
ness while he wus away surprised nnd
pleased him by Its steadiness and
"Los Angeles Is about tho only city
on the coast and middle West doing
much retail business," he said.
He went as tar east us Boston and
had, he says, a splendid trip through
out. " ' "
"Honolulu and all Hawaii Is going
io have a great tourist traffic this
year," he said today. "Hvery steamer
from now to March 20 from the Coast
Is booked full, and I enme down on
the Lurline on a settee." '
Mr. Cooper made some habdsomo
business deats while away and has
ordered a large number of .special
Hues of clothing which follow htm im
mediately. "Honolulu's business la growing so
fust we simply have to keep ordering,"
be said. "I nm very much pleased
with tho prospects."
(Continued from 1)
seeh In company with the woman, nnd
who In every way nnxvverM to the ap
pearance of the seaman. According to
In tip received at Honolulu some days
lieroro the airlvul of the Cleveland
with her smsll army of world-trippers,
the man alleged to buv'o committed
the crime wax believed to have taken
puKMigo In the German steamer In the.
capacity of a xtiwnrd or a sailor.
The reported presence on board the
Cleveland of n murderer caused much
comment along the Honolulu water
front, nml yesterday afternoon the cli
max vvns tapped by llio wholesale
round-up of the erew, the news of
which freely circulated among- the pus
xengtrs and thu throng which crowded
It was with reluctance thnt tho local
police were obliged to abandon further
quest On board tho Cleveland owing to
the lateness of the hour.
The Mutual Investment Company
has applied for Its corporation papers,
Details ot tho personnel have already
did not seem to ltnvo tho slightest
knowledgo that nn examination wus
even going to bo held. "Thoy "come
down here," ho said, "and t shy, "All
light, boys, go abend am) act accord
ing,' and that Is all I know about It.
Anyone can sit If they want to and
thnt Is all I Ttnow about It.'
then disappeared, around the corner
und of course It was Impossible, to get
any mote Information out of him.