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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, MAR. 8,-1912.
Perfection 1 llli Degree.
Order nf tin- Temple.
l.cl Aluh.'i Chapter (i. :i,
0. I!. S. Itogiilur.
11' vlsltlm memBtrn of tr
Order ire cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local ltdfM
31 ret on the
lind mill 4th
Manila) s of
nt k. r. iiuii
7::iO l'. M.
MARINE RHGINtEHy. 3I"l,l,r" f
wji. iiriiii,i:v l.onci:, xo. s
Iv. nf P.
Mets every Still ami -till Sattir
dav owning at 7:30 o'clock In
K hi P. Hull, cur. Kurt anil
II' .-iiiiiln. Visiting brothers
contlull) inv lli-il tu atteiiil.
A. R HKItTZ. I". C.
R R KILIIF.Y, K. It. S.
ouir i.ontii: no. i, k. nf v.
Hall, rurner lloietanlu ami
Kurt streets. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited tu attend.
S. DKt'KKU, C. C.
0. IIKINB. K. uf It. & S.
iioMH.ri.u l.onci:, en;, 11. r. o. i:.
w Honolulu Unlgo No. C1C.
II. I'. (I. I.IK8, moms in
their hall, (ill King St.,
near Fort, every Frldu)
evening. Visiting llroth
ers are eurdlally Invited
tu 11 1 1 1'lKl
I). 1 It. lSHMIF.UO, R. I'
ll no. t. klhf.ohl. sec.
HAWAIIAN Tllllii: .NO. I, I. 0. It. .11.
Meets every first and third
Tuesday uf each month In
Fraternity Hall, I. O. 0. R
building. Visaing brother
eurdlally Invited to attend,
IICVllY A. ASCII, Sachem
LOUIS A. l'KUHV, C. of It.
'lioxoi.iu.r Ai:itiK no, k. o. i:.
Meets nn second ami fnuitli
, Wednesday evening of each
moiitti at ,:3li o'clock, In
San Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, near F.niinn. Visiting brother
nm invited to attend.
I'. IIKifllNS. W. I.
WM ('. McCOV, Story.
no.Noi.ri.r i.oiitii: mi. sun,
i.. o. o. .iu
will meet In Odd Follows' linllillni!
Fort Htieet, near King, every Friday
evening nt i .311 n clock.
Visiting brolliei-H cordially Invited
AJlllltORi: J. WIKTS5, Dictator.
M. A. JACOHSON, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
MILTON &. PARSONS
Now Styles by the Lurline
PHONC 3088 FORT STREET
THE VERY LATEST IDEAS IN
Millinery Parlors. Boston Block
1027 NUUANU STREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men's Hetl
. K. 0. HAM, Ss SO.V, I.TII.
Cor. King mid l'orl Sis, IIO.NOI.l'I.U
p-' Meets every llrst ami llilril Frl
lfrilduy at 7:30 u'cluck, 1'jtlilali
I Harihvare, I'iiIum ami Oils, Ship.
I chandlery, Slows, Crockery, 1Iuks.
ware, mid lillclien Utensils; Sporting
J Hoods, duns, HtioherM and Ainniunl-
You must get the Hit Met In lo
fr Krl Hie New.
PIANO and FURNITURE
OFFICE, KING STREET
(Additional Shipping Newt on Page 10)
CHINA 15 BADLY DAMAGED;
MAY BE SOLD TO JAPANESE
Chiyo Mam Officers Brinq Report That Empress Liner Is In
Hopeless State Filipinos Arrive for Island Plantations
Claudine Departing for Hawaii This Evening Alaskan
Brought Mainland Cargo Siberia Due 'Monday.
Japanese capitalist-, are declared to
stand ready with approximately one
hundred thousand en to purchase the
Mattered remnant of what was uiieo
the iih!e uf the t'nniiilliiii-Paciflc llect
raat trans-Pacific liner, the -Kin-picfs
Ulllrvni In the Toyo Risen Kntsha
liner Clilyu Mam liefoie the sailing of
that vessel for San Francisco UiIh
morning, stated that the time uf the
visit uf the Chlyo at Nagasaki, dell
nlto word wan received through .lup
ine) sources that the Kmpress was
liiund to be so badly damaged and
iiuuctiireil with holes from her long
.-intact with the iocIsh or Awa poiiin
sula. that an cxamlnatluti made while
tho vessel renialtu-d In duck proved
Hie liopeleHsness of attempting to
It has been eoiifervatlvely cstlniat-
! that It wiiuhl eot Jl'o.onti to analn
place the ICiupress uf China In first
The vessel's hull Iipr been badly
holed ami in many nlaccH Iiurc rips
.mil iluiits have been illscoveied. Her
interior will till have to be . e'Utoil, as
the salt water durlnp; tho tlino lie was
ninmeiKeil ilnintiKOd ovorytliliiR to
4uch an extent that It will be Initios
ihle to make further use of tho fit'
tltiKs. When the preliminary exiunl
lutlonx wero eundiicted at tho dock
vard. It was slated that Che stennislili
was not as seriously damaged us the
iIIIcMIh or the company uxectei shu
would lmvo been after I10I1115 on tho
ocks of Awa peninsula Tor nearly six
nunths ami biltcrc-il by turrlflc
(lorins. Later, howoer, when tho
ureyors oMinilned inoro carefully
110 injured hull of the while liner. It
ivuh discovered that tho damage
iviiiim amount tu Jino.Oui).
Tho Chlyo arrived shortly befuro a
iVIock yesterday afternoon with Si)
'aliln. SI second-class and t'7S Asiatic
itoerane passeiiKers. Fur Honolulu,
1 a 1 Asiatics lert the vessel, aniuni;
1 hem hehiK III Flllilnnst whllo tho ro-
iiiaiiiuer woro .lapanese.
iniritiK 1110 stay or tho vessel at
llackfehl wliarf, in;3 tuns Oriental
"'"' "ere iiiscnarKCti, inciuillli); ex
tensive cunslRiimcntH of mattliii;, kiiii-
lies, clears, ami Japanese pruvlslnns
riiwer Chnpnian slated that tho
w-ssel met with ralr weather nn the
voyafto acruRs tho Pacific.
Two sluwnwtiys wero illscoered
1101 uy artcr leaMni; Yokulinnia, but
11 is Mated that Ihey will bo returned
.'11 imlnt or emb.irkatlnn in tho ves
sel. Tho Chlyo Mam salleil with a con
dderable quantity or later mall dos
tlneii for tho mainland. A row lay
over passeiiKers lert Tor San Francisco
in tho liner.
Alaskan Brought No Mall.
It was with much illsapioln(ment
that local business Interests were
made awaio with tho arrival or tho
iuerleaii-IIavallan rielKhler Alaskan
this mtiriitiif; that tho San Francisco
pnslal atithnrllli'E failed tu fuiward 11
later mall by this vessel.
The Alaskan sailed from tho Call
lunila port two days following tho do
paituro or tho Shlnyo Mnru. Captain
'"""i''"1 aster or the Alaskan, sta-
letl that his departuio rrum tho port
hail been properly announced, yet
no mall which Is constantly nccn
niulatliiK at San Francisco had
been sent down to tho steamer.
Tho Alaskan hnnislit a largo roiioi
al can?o, a coiisiduriibln iuantlty hav
iiiK been transhipped at Salltia Cruz
limn steamers In the Allantlo servlco
In 1I10 cunslKiiiueut are noo tuns tin
plate fur the local eanulnu cnmpaiilos,
Hill tuns Iron pipe fop Hie Territorial
water department, besides Hues uf
'oucial merchandise, to the amount
of teveral thousand tons.
Heneial Freliihl AKent C. 1. Murso
ainiduneeH Iho departure uf tho Alns-
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
kau for Inland ports, Including Knliu
In I. Hllo and Port Allen, on Sunday
evening. Tho Alaskan will bo ills
patched from Port Allen for tho Isth
inns 011 March ISth, taking 12,000 tons
sunar and 2.0 tons or oilier lines uf
llawnllan products. j
During her stuy at the Coast thej
Alaskan was placed In dry dock, at
which time a cleaning and repainting
wns given tho Vessel.
Daylight Wireless Is Assured.
MA1IH ISLAND, Cal., Feb. 21. Tho
Mute Island v. Ii ideas force will depart
for Alaska May I. Tho trip will be
made either 011 the I'rumetbeus or the
Keiu, and the men will bo absent nt
least four months.
Lieut. IC. II. Dodd will have rhargo
or Die paity. The uprposo of tho ox
peilltlmi Is to establish 11 daylight
wireless servlco between Alaska and
Several or tho northern plants prac'
tically will bo rebuilt by tho Mure Isl
Assistant Paymaster Thomas Coch
ran, nttaclici tu the receiving ship in
dependence, received urders detaching
him from tho guard and ordering lit 111
to the Asiatic station.
Grace Dollar Joins Ranks of OIL '
Iho steamer Oraco Dollar, which
lia.i been chartered by Swayno &
lluyt, Is to lie converted lulu an nil
burner for greater economy In oiwrn
Hon. The contract Tor making tho
change has been awarded to tho Un
urn iron wonts, which win install a,
mechanical high-pressure, oil system.
The change will be completed In lr-
days. Instead or building tanks 111 tho
hull of the vessel tho fuel containers
011 the draco Dollur aro to bo Installed
on deck art on each sldo ur thu en
glne-roiiui. The bulkheads uf thu
coal bunkers down below will bo re
moved so that tho spaoo formerly used
for coal will be available for cargo.
Made Port Jackson for Repairs.
Iho .Norwegian ship Vollore, from
the Isbuiil of St. Helena, In tho South
Atlantic, en mute tu New Cnlcdiiiila,
has put Into Port Jackson for ropalr-i.
It was discovered while tho vessel
was making her ousting, In heavy
weather, bound for New Caledonia tu
liiad ore, that tho mainmast was start
ed at tho base. As soon as the weak-
nesK of tho mast waa noticed, Captain
.iiiiiiiaiisseu, leiinng mat tho mast
wuiiltl come uway, effected tomporary
1 epulis to tho' lower mast. TI(o work
was performed under groat difficulty,
The captain then decided to como on
tu Sydney and havo repairs oxeculed.
Mariposa Now, on Northern Run.
With thu departure or Iho steamer
Mariposa through thu (loldon dale
was ended tho trade to tho South Sea
Islalld isnt ol Papeete handled by tha
Oceanic Steamship Company. As bus
neen reported many times previously.
ilosplle tho ludelliillo answers or tho
company'H manager, tho Murlposa has
been sold to Iho Alaska Steamship
Company ami will oporuto on a run
between tho Sound anil Alaskan ports.
Captain Fred. Warner, who wns skip
per or tho steamer St. Croix, which
burned at sea oil the southern coast
three years ago, took the steainor
Kukul on Fortnight Cruise.
Away for a iiiuIho around tho Island
of Kauai, which It Is believed will io
ouiro a fortnight tu complete, tho
Unite,! States llghthouso louder Ku
kul sailed yculcrdny, Tho vessel car
iled a number of workmen Including
carpenters, who will bo landed at Ma-
kawoll. Tho vessfll was supplied with
material to bo use( In tho construc
tion or n largo beacon light now or
dered for establishment near that
TIDES SUN AND MOON
r"5 Er" H-
b o.k a.
.m. , I'm.
4 31 1.7 a.cu
All 1.4 iM
V 111. "in-
an 1.5 5.:w
7.31 I..1 -'chi
K2u t.i o.r,
0.1 1 !,.'. OH
to.w t.5 I '
11.10 0.10! oji;
11.M e i.t on;
n.ili n.u e.Uiet!
J.IH. 0.11 0.1
4 IS 0. II, SWj
ji.t iiuarter uf tho iniioii .March 10.
Temperature At 0 a. in., !; 8 a
111., uTi; 1(1 a, 111., OS; noon, OU; liilnl
llarometer nt 8 a. 111., ."10. IB; dow
point at 8 a. m., r!i; relative hunildit
8 a. 111., 8U; absolute humidity h 11. in.,
Wind fi a. m., fi, !:.; 8 a. m in,
N.K.; 10 n. 111., , N.B.; noon, in, U.K.
.Total inoveincnt past 2i hours, 2 III
Total rainfall past 21 hours, .01.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable (u Merchants
Friday, March 8.
UlLO-SMIed, .March 7, S. S. Hyiulca
for San Francisco,
Sailed, March 7, S. S. Columbian,
for Salltia Cruz.
Crown of Aragon Nearlng the
Fred. Waldron, ugent for tho Harri
son Direct Lino, has been advised that
the llrltlsh steamship Crown of Ara
gon, with genorul cargo horn several
Kiiropoau ports Including Liverpool,
salleil from Is I'almas on Feb. Sth,
and according to present calculations
should arrive at Honolulu the last of
the present mouth. The Crown uf
Aiaguii Is expected tu call at South
American coffee i torts and it is be
lieved Rho will soon be reported fruiil
Piiuta Arenas or Sandy Point, the
last point visited by steamers before
entering the Straits uf Magellan,
The Crowir of Aragon Is understood
to lief b'rlhKlifK a 'quantity or fertilizer,
galvanized Ironware, and Illinois in
her cargo fur the islands,
. . T Pa
Matson' Steamers Depart for Coast,
Two' Matnijii Navigation stcamem
aro reported to have sailed from Hllo
rnr San Francisco yesterday, accord
ing tu wliolefis received by Castle &
Cooke, the local agents ror the line.
The F.ntorprlso, with sugar and a lew
passengers, sailed rnr tho Coast port,
as also rilil tho Hyades, which has vis
ited several Island ports ur call, galh-
enng up iiinntiticR or sugar and mo
lasses to he slilps?il In bulk.
Quick Dispatch for Andrew Welch.
Captain Kelly Is expecting to ills
patch tho hark Andrew Welch for San
rranclsco by Monday, according to
pieseiit calculations. Tho vessel will
shirt finin tho rallwuy to Oceanic
wharf tu take on a consignment of su
gnr. The Welch will sail from this
port with a full cargo. Several pas-
sengers have signified their Intention
of taking advaiitago of u sailing tilp
tn thu Coast In I ho Welch.
New Type or Lumber.Carrler.
I-lrst uf tho special tramp tyKi of
lumber-carriers advocated by marine
men as tho best character of vessel
ror trade between tho Pacific and At
lantic with Iho opening of the Panama
Canal, will bo built by the Olson &
.Muhony Steamship Company, Tho
vessel Is to have a capacity of 3,500,
000 reel or lumber, and her estimated
cost Is about $13li,0(HI. She Is to bo
leady In August.
More Steamers for Australian
It is reporled that Androw Weir Inn
purchased for his Paclllc servlco two
steamers, the Aoleii mid Salamls, bnt'.l
HrlllRh cnrrlors. It Is not unlikely
mat tho names of tho vessels will bo
chniigeil beroro they begin operation
for their new owner. The Aotca Is a
steel vessel nf 3187 net tons. Tho Sa
lamls Is a newer steamer or 2SC8 tons
Honolulan Meet With Rough
Tho Matson Navigation steamer Ho
iiolulan, on route to San Francisco. Is
mooting with iiiugh weather, accord
lug to a lato wireless iiii-ssago ic-
reived here, which Is to the effect Hint
tho llonnliilaii was 270 miles off purl
ni o o clock last night steainliig
through rough pean aoconipanloil by
strung trade winds,
Claudine Departs for Hawaii This
The Inter-Island Rtoamor Claudlnn
will ho dispatched for Iluwall norts ot
rail this evening taking freight, pas-
sengers ami malls for Iho Illg Island
ns well as purls along Iho roast uf
Maul. Tho Clauillno will sail at r,
o'clock this evening,
Virginian To Sail March 20th.
Tho American-Hawaiian freighter
Virginian wllli general cargo from Iho
mainland bv wai- or hriu vni-b. H-iiinn
Cruz, Sau Francisco and Paget Sound,
lis expected lo Hnll from Senltle on
March 211II1 mid should nrrlvo at Hi
nolulii on Mmch 29th,
Thllrrtdnv. lnr.h 7
Hongkong via Japan porta Chlyo
.Mnru, .lap. stnir., 3 p.m.
Friday, March 0.
San Francisco Alaskan,. A.-ll.S.S.,
n .111 .
Tliursilny. March 7.
l'uget Sound porta Prosper, Am.
llunukna mid Kiikulhnclo Wal
lele, stlnr., p.m.
Kauai pints Manna l.oa, stnir., p.
Knual porta W. 0. Hall, Rtmr.. r,
Hawaii ports Maul, Btinr., p.m.
Kahulul l.lkcllko, Rtmr.. 6 p. in,
Friday, March 8.
San Francisco Chlyo Maru, ,Iai
stnir., hi a. m.
UATi:ilF)l('T MITKS I
Lloyds Post Loss of Gulf Stream
Wnjerfront men will learn with io
grct that the llrltlsh bark (luir Strcuni
una neen posted as missing nt
LloyirV Tho (iulr Stream was well
known on the Const, having been ti
tlio North Paclllc a iiumbor or times
She wnB In command of Captain I).
Nlcliol, who has many friends In thoi
l'nclflp Ttin ttrt .i.l.tnt. i....u .. ..u,.l'
Pacific. The bark, which was a vowel'
of 1373 tons net register, was bound
fur llrltlsh Columbia ports from (lias.
gow ntiii she has been heard from only
once In the 300 days that have passed
since she squared away on her Ill-fated
voyage, alio was spoken Muy 27th
last year, in latitude 11 north, longi
tude 2.1 west.
I.lko tho Norwegian bark Solway,
which Is also posted as missing ul
Lloyd's, there Is nothing to show what
iK-cnnio of the (lulf Stream, altliougl
u steamer reisirtcd several months
ugo Rcclng a sailor go down In tho
South Pacific and It was thought ui
tho time that It might havo been her
The tliilf Stream was an Iron bark.
liuill nt (llasguw III 1881 by Itussel &
Co. mid wns owned by T. I.nw & Co.
Shu was 231 root long, 38 feet beam
mid bad 21 feet and 8 Inches depth
Windjammers Will Do Some Sparking.
When the famous old sailing vessels
mi. Nicholas mid lleuce. for many
years the prldo ur the Atlantic, leavo
fur their summer operations In Alas
kan waters (hoy will bo equipped with
wiieless apparatus and capable of
communicating with any of tho coast
wise or Oileutal llnors plying thu
North Paclllc. Whllo the windlain
mors will not bo the only Hailing craft
on tlio Coast having wireless equip
1110111, ineir uiitnts will bo tho most
IHiweiful. Several sailing vessels III
Hie Herman merchant marine hav.i
wireless, but they are all craft with
auxiliary engines, while the Hence and
St. Nlcholus dciciid solely on the
wind ns propelling power., Tho cost
ur the equipment on each ur the ves
sels will bo approximately $ir,00.
Steam Schooner. Are Busy.
That tho coastwise steam-schooner
business Is steadily Improving Is liu'jl-
caled by tho activity of companhis in
ordering new vessels and tho fact that
there Is little, If any, seaworthy ton
nago disengaged. In Iho near futuro
It Is understood that several steel ves
sels will make their advent In the lo
Columbian Carried Much Sugar.
The American-Hawaiian freighter
Columbian sailed from llllu for Sallna
Crur. yesterday, according to reports
lecolved by Ceneral Freight Agent
Morse, with 12,000 tuns sugar ami
about 20(( tons pineapples and other
HneH of local products. Tho Colum
bian called at several Island ports for
To Fumigate; Then Away.
The barkentlno Jauo U Stanfoid
will Ronn bo discharged or a shipment
ur fertilizer and Is expected In bo shlf
led to tho quarantine- wharf for fumi
gation tomorrow. Tho vessel Is fixed
to leturn to tho Coast In ballast.
New York city will sell Its garbage
bereiifter Instead of giving It away, If
It can til ni 11 purchaser,
I Banana j
I Claims I
(Who is the "Sucker"--
See Harry T. JVIills of the
Past Due Agency, 848 Kaahu
manu Street, for -the collec
tion of claims;1 the TIME is
ripeeven if the FRUIT was
-i.-i . mi
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Pearl City Fruit Company, Limited,
At the iilililinl meeting uf the stock
holders or the Pearl city Fruit Com
pany, Limited, held at the unices of
Messrs. Thru. If. Da vies & Co, Ltd.,
on the 1st March, 1912, Hie following
ofllrvr and directors wero duly elect
ed to serve during the ensuing year:
President and Director
Mr. 11 H. Wodeluiuse
Vice-President and Director
Mr. R W. Jordan
Treasurer ninl Director ...
Mr. J. R D.ivles
Secretary mid Director
Mr. V. II. llnlril
Director Mr. II. II. Sinclair
Auditor Mr. II. W. M. Mist
AY. II. IIAIUD,
Secretary, Pearl City Fruit Company,
. . Limited. MSO-nt
ELECTION OF OFFICER8.
Humuula Sheep 'Station Company,
At Iho annual meeting nf the stuck-.
liohUrs uf the uliuvo company,, held
In Honolulu on the 1st day of March,'
"" ""' 'f,,ll"wug "Ulcers nml dlrec
iiirs were eleeleil to serve ror the en
President and Director
.Mr. H. K. Parker
1st Vice-President mid Director.., '.
Mr. i".. II. Wodeluiuse
Mr. Samuel Parker
Treasurer mid Director
Mr. (J. F. Uavlcs
Mr. Henry lliilmes
Air. (1. J. Wnller
..Mr. W. O. Sluglehurst
Mr. II. W. M. Mist
W. O. .SINOI.IHIUltST,
Secretary, lliiliiilulu Hlirip .Station
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Wnlanae Lime Company, Limited.
At the annual mooting of thu stock
holders of the Wnlanaii I. lute Company,
Limited, held at thu olllees or .Messrs.
Thou. II. Davles ,V- Co., Ltd. In Ho
nolulu, 1111 tho 1st March, 1912, tlio
follow Ink oIMcith mid directors were
duly elected lo servo during the en
President and Director
Mr. (I. F. Dnvlci
Vlci" President mid Director
.Mr. J. J. Ilelser
Treasurer nml Director
Mr. O. II. Angus
Secretary and Dlreetih- .'
Mr. R II. Wodehoiisa
Auditor mid Director
Mr. W. C. Hhleldi
K. II. wodkuousi:,
Secretary. Wiilanao l.lmu Company,
FOR PEST FIGHT
Tho committee on tho allotment of
the Territorial conservation fund IhU
morning gavo JIDUO to Maul und $3C0d
tu Hawaii tu be used In connection
with the fight against the Mediterra
nean fruit fly. Tlio meeting was held
In the (lovornor's olflco.
Speaking of tho matter this morning
Iho Governor said, "In tho caso of
Maul the fly Is not It) thero yet, and
the money will bo spent mostly on In-
Hpectors whoso work will ho to see
that It does not get In.
in Hawaii tho work will bo that of
eradicating, as far as possible, tho fly.
where It has gained' a hold at North
Kohuhi nml also to prevent It spread
ing from thero tu the other districts.
Tho duiiger finm Iho fly is puitlcular-
ly groat In Hawaii because or tho ex
tensive cofteo industry that Is threat'
NEW - TO-DAY
Election of Officers, Royal Hawaiian
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders uf the Itoynl llawnllan Oarage,
Ltd., held III Honolulu on the 7th day
or March, 1912, the following directors
were elected to serve for tho ensuing
F. W. Mncfnrlnne, F. K. Thompson,
Oeorge 11. llvbertson, Oeorge Ilodlek
mid C. J. Fnlk,
At n subsequent meeting of the
Hoard of Directors, the following mil
cers were elected to serve for thu en
suing year, namely:
F. W. .Mnefarlnnt) , .... President
F. K. Thompson Vice-President
V. J. Fnlk....Hocrctnry nml Treasurer
Oeorge Hodlek Alidftor
C. J. FALK,
Hecrotniy, Itoynl Hawaiian Oarage,
Honolulu, T. II., Mnrcb 8, 1912.
Election of Officers, Union Feed Co.,
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Union Feed Company,
Ltd., held on the 7lb duy or March,
1012, at tho'Compnny'H oilier In Hono
lulu, the follow Iiik millers and direc
tors Were elected to serve for the en
President and Manager
J I'. W. Miicfnrlniin
Vice-President.. Oeorge II Itnhcrtsoii
Secretary mid Treasurer... C. J. Folk
Auditor A. CoiiMnliel
DlrectorsF. W. Macfarlane, (leiirgu
II. Robertson, Oeorge ltodlck, K. I).
Tenney und C. J. Falk.
U. J. FALK.
Secretary, Union Feed Company, Lid.
Honolulu, T. II., March 8, 1912.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Castle & Cooke, Limited.
At tilt- annual meeting of the share
holders of Castle & Cooke, Limited,
held In Honolulu on Thursday, .March
7, 1912, tlio following directors ueru
elected to serve for Iho ensuing year:
O. I. Caslle, Ii II. Tenney. W. A.
How ui, c, 11. Atherto'n, T. II. Petrlc.
I T. Peck, F. C. Athertou; mid nt a
subsequent meeting of the said direc
tors, the following oltlcers were ap
pointed to serve for thu same period:
O. P. Castle President
R. D. Tenney ,
....1st Vlco-1'rosld.-nt und Manager
W. A. Hun en 2nd Vice-President
T. 11. 1'otrle Secretary
C. 11. Atlierlon Treasurer
L. T. Peck Auditor
t. 11. pirritit:.
Sccrotnry. Castle A Cisike, Limited.
Honolulu, March 8, 1912.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Hawaii Railway Company, Llmitod.
At the annual meeting or the share
holders of tho Hawaii Hallway Com
pan. Limited, held In Kohulii, Hawaii,
on Thursday, February 29, 1912, thu
follovvlllK olllcers were elected to servo
ror the ensuing year:
II. II. ltentoii President
K. D. Tenney Vlee-Presldeiit
T. II. Petrlo Hci-rvlnrv
'. II. Alhertoi Treasurer
T. Cllvo Davles Auditor
The above-named olllcers also con
stitute the Hoard of Directors for tho
t. ii. Pimm:.
Secretary, Hawaii Hallway Ciiuipuny,
Honolulu, March 8, 1912.
HOSPITAL CORPUS. ATTENTION I
All membirs of the First Hospital
Company, N. CJ. II., are ordered to
report at tlio liungiilnw at 7 a. m..
March 10, 191:, for. the annual Inspec
tion to take plnco on that date.
Hy order or
MAJOR V. ,. MOOItH.
(Signed) F. ANDU1LSON.
Kergt. 1st Class, 1st Iluxp. Co.. N. (J, ,
QUESTION UP AS
TO MOVING OF
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natures tu serious question and might
iiiviiiiuaio inoir votes.
The Mayor's secretary, ll. 0. Itlven
burgh, has also been scanning iho
pages of thu sosrIou laws of Iho last
Legislature and has found no author
ity for takinir Iho lionku lm., ii... .... ..i
oils districts. Keawohaku said thl.i
"Ifnllko the oro'ee.lnrn It, nil.n. ,,,,,,
ties, tho Clork or the City aim County
or Honolulu Is sioclllcally required by
law to remain In his ofllce, wboro Iho
voters may como and register their
names In the book. ThiM i.i,.,. ....
Clerk KulHuokulinl has no business to
go out Into otherulstrlrlH r,,i- tl. ......
poso of icglstratlon."
Kenweliakti said that ho did not
want to luso llliv vntou ..t ,1,,. , i....
- .-.. uv ..u VUllllllK
election. On behalf or his party, he
wants tn savo voters houi being dls
qualllled through un Illegal .net of thu