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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.'H, TUESDAY, MAR. 12, 1912.
Ifrgiroj.I'MHUWMU .11.1 .
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Oceanic First OcgriT.
llannllan Vlr-t llcgrir.
lliiniiliilii Chapter, It. A. M.
ICt CruK eighteenth
lluriiiiiii) Chapter 'n. I
0. I.'. S.- Itcgiilur.
M vlsitlnc msrabsrs of ti
Order are cordially Invltid to
attend meetings of local Indues
Jtcct nil (lie
J n (I mill llli
at K. 1'. Hull
7:80 I. .11.
W.M. JtrhlM.LY LIIIKIi:, Ml. S,
K. nr p.
Mc"t', every 2nd ami lth Satur
day evening at 7:30 o'clock In
K mi I'. Hull. cor. Fort anil
- Horctunlu Visiting brothers
cordially Invltcil to attend.
A. F. GKUTZ. t. C.
F. F. KILliKY. K. II. S.
o.viur i.onci: mi. i, it. or r.
McctB every first and third Fri
day ut 7:31) o'clock, Pythian
Hall, corner llcrutania and
Fort streets. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
S. DF.CKKR, C. C.
0. HKINE, K. of R. & S.
Honolulu 1.011m:, en;, n. r. o. i:.
vH Honolulu Lodgo No. Oifi,
Yf n. P. 0. Ulks, meets In
tliclr hall, on King St.,
near Fort, every Friday
evening. Visiting Ilroth
crs nru cordially Invited
I). IV It. lSKMlKltO, 13. It.
oi:o. t. ki.ui:gi:l, sec
Hawaiian Titim: no. i, i. o. h. .11,
Meets every first and third
Tuesday or each month In
Fraternity Hall, I. O. 0. P.
building. VI', ting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
HKNIIV A. ASCII, Sncliebi.
LOCIS A. I'BIIUY, C. of It.
HONoi,n,u Ai:i(ii: ikv. v. o. 1:.
' JUlH'i Meets on second and fourth
Vj--t Wednesday evening of each
(P4 month at 7:30 o'clock. In
San Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, near i::nmn. Visiting brothers
are invited to attend.
I. IIIGGINS, W. I.
W.M. C. McCOY, Secy.
HD.MM.ri.r Loniii; no. sou.
h- I.. (). 0. .M
t will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Ik Fort street, near King, every Friday
, , evening lit 7:110 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
f ,MUR0SK J. WlllTSC, Dictator.
K. A. JAC01IS0N, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
New Styles by tho Lurllno
h. THE VERY LATEST IDEA8 IN
J Spring Hats
PC, Millinery Parlori, Boston Block
1027 NUUANU STREET
Ki Up-to-dato Millinery and' Men's Hats
" . i:. 0. ll.UJi & SON, I.TII.
Cor. King and Fort Sts, HONOLULU
' Hardware, 1'uliits and Oils, .Ship.
' cliunillcry, Stows, Crockery, (ilnss
. mum ami Kllrlien Utensils Spurting
.. (inmlx, (in us, Jieiolurs and A iiimii tt !
' "You must Btt the Hut let in to
- K" the Nl'.
PIANO and FURNITURE
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OFFICE, KINO STnEET
(Additional Shipping News on Pago 10)
MAUNA KEA IS REFLOATED;
NOW MOORED AT BISHOP WHARF
Army of Workmen Engaged In Cleaning Ship and Repairing
Damage, Which Is Declared as. Nominal Andrew Welch
Sailed for San Francisco With Sugar and Passengers
British Slvp Cumberland In From Europe.
The Inter-Island UnLTxliI Mnunit
Ken was iFtloatcil nt daybreak HiIh
morning am! a few hours afterward
van brought alongside the IIIkIiop
uhatf. after hnWng been partially
submcrged for the pant lnrty-elKht
hours, due to nil accident to tho local'
marine railway on last Saturday
Two poweiful ptinips reduced tho
water In the aller-hold and the eu
ginciooni well throuRh a 12-luch anil
K-tnrli li.iwn tilt. Ininl ,i( llin U'nlnr
'ha villi: been lowered to a inateiial ex
tent late cterday afternoon and dur
ing the night.
As the volume of sea water wan
toiced out of the easel the Manna
Kca readily assumed a lighted keel.
It was with a decided feeling of icllef
Hint the force of engineers and ex
perts who hate been constantly on
the Job for the past two days, wit
nessed the successful culmination of)
tlie heroic efforts expended In salving
the liiler-lshiiid steamer.
A vlDlt to the .Manila Ken mndo this
morning by a Mullet In represen
tative Immediately after the vessel
had been tied up at the lllshop wlmrf
revealed the sad ravages wrought by
the deluge of water.
Tho decks mid walls of the steamer
were found covered with a sticky
scum formed by sen water und fuel
oil, tho latter cscirplng from tho boiler
loom and leaving its traces In nil
jiarts of tho vessel that had becomo
siiunieigeii. nio lower decks worn
littered with the paraphernalia used
by Hio wreckers 111 their work of rais
ing the sunken vessel.
Dangling from tho promenade deck
and extending well down Into tho en
gine room wcio the nozzles of the two
pipe Hues which hud been roiinectc I
with the ceiilrlriigals pumps which la
the main were responsible for reliev
ing the vessel of the vast quuntlty'iir
The engines ami all machinery In
this compartment showed the effects
of the water mid a force of me'ianlcs
were set to work to renioto fittings
and connections for the iurxiso of
cleaning. It Is predicted that Iho
dynamos and electrical fittings and
v.'nies may hnvo suffered material
damage. In tho ease of the dynamos
they will probably have to be le
woiind. Deckboys and employes of the Inter
Island steward's depaitiucut swanued
the main sulooii, dining saloon, and
staterooms, and tho work of cleauliiR
this portion of the ship Is bolng rush
ed to completion.
1 he illnlng-rooni In the Manna Ken
appears to have escaped with llttlo
Injury, savo along tho starboard Bide,
where the wntor found Its way Into
Iho compartment and left Its mark on
ihe hlghly-pollslied native woods iifccd
In the furnishing of tho saloon.
Staterooms lucalc-il In tho after-iurt
of tho vessel, especially those on tho
starboard side which were completely
luunuaieii. are iccelvlng nttentlon.
The bedding ami (ittlnga in tlieso
rooms were in many Instances not 10
niovod. us the vessel sank so rapidly
that little time was left for saving
anything fioin the advancing flood.
Tho doors to tho submerged state
rooms are swelled to such extent that
it was found Impossible this morning
to open them. Tho windows aio also
Ouo of tho llrst mutters to lecelvo
nttentlon this morning alter tho ves
sel had been brought to shore was tho
opening of iho lefrigcrntors where
was stored a largo quantity of provi
sions and meats. The latter was In ;i
high stale of decomposition ami th,i
air reeked with putilf.tlng meat as the
contents of the storape-rooms wero
bioiighi out and removed from the
thief Kngmeer Mulrhead of the 111
ter-lsland Company and a corpi of
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagnt
( Schlitz Beer
assistants were working like beavers
in getting the iii.iclilucry In shape at
tho cnrllcHt posslblo moment ami
placing the llaHlilp In commltmlon.
The cabins nswlsticil to the Manna
Kca nlllccrs anil crew are In about o-
lHtntico r.cvcrcly utfcctcil by the
tcr A cck , 10 j,;,,,.!,,,,,,,.',,
ca,mi ln.ilottto.1 that It had mopped
nt sovrn minutes after !i o'clock. Per
sonal effects of tlieso men are n most
cases ruined by the water, savo In the
rare Instances they wero saved before
the vessel sank beneath the waves.
Piesldeiit and (lenenil Manager J.
A. Kennedy expressed himself highly
pleased at the success of the salvage
of his csscl. Mr. Kennedy, as well
ns n corps of faithful officials connect
ed with the company, huvo been la
boring under a terrific strain for tho
inst two days and the raising of the
vessel brought a deep-drawn sigh of
icllef to all concerned In tho salvage
of the SI anna Ken
Tho steamer Is to go on the marine
railway again. This time partlculnt
car.c will be taken to guard against a
repetition of the disaster of a few
days ngo. The liner will be hauled up
tho railway again, but tills time a sc
ries of strong cables will also bo used
as a safety guard. It Is predicted that
with the excrclso of these precautions
fchoiild the chain pari, as It did last
week, tho cables will prevent tho
liner from slipping down the runway
Into tho harbor.
it is declared useless to venture n
prediction as to Iho length of time
that will bo found necessary to place
the Manna Kca In commission, hut
It Is believed that the vessel will not
be Idle for many days at the present
into of progress made In her cleaning
Kllauea Will Be Given Quick
Tho Inlcr-lsland steamer Kllaii'cu
iiii arilval this morning from Kim and
Koun imiHk, will ho e'ven a very quick
dispatch. This vessel has been placed
on llin borlli to sail at 2 o'clock to
morrow nlternoou for l.ahalna, Mc
(Jregor's and llllo, taking up a portion
of tho Matina Kca run to Ilawull. Tho
vessel will carry tho llllo freight, nas
scngers and malls, and arrive at the
Hawaii metroiiolls hut one dnv late.
Tho hllauca returned to Honolulu
early this morning with cargo includ
ing the following Items: fiSnO sacli3
sugar, 33 sacks nwu, II cases fruit,
in bales hides, 1331 sacks coffee.
barrels fish, 12 crates chickens, 700
cubes pines, 3D cases preserves, 30
head cattle, 21 crates pigs, 1 auto and
US packages sundries. Purser Logan
reports strong northeast trades und
Nile with Fifty Tons Carno.
Tho'l'iiclflc Mull Intermediate liner
Nile may urilvo from Oriental Mirts
into baiurilay ovoniiig according to
present calculations of II. Hackfeld &
Co., her agents. This vessel Is uu tho
maiden trip In tho trans-Paclllc sorv
Iro with tho .Mall company. Tho Nllo
Is bringing but fifty Ions Oriental
freight for dlscluirgo at Honolulu. On
ly a fow layover passengers from thlj
port lire booked for San Frnncltsc.9,
Fine Weather Along kan Coast.
According to Purser Logan of tho
uiiauea, nno wenuicr Is xuld to huvo
prevailed along tho coast of Kan dur
ing the 'stay of that steamer lliore,
Tho Inter-Island stcamor Wullolo waa
passed at Hoiiokua und tho Kalulanl
was taking on sugar at Paniiliiiu,
Tim tXmorlciin schooner S. T. Alox
iimler Is reported as discharging lum
ber at NapooKio, whllo tho bark Al
itor! was passed at Knlliia us tho In
ter-Island steamer Kltaucii steamed
TIDESSUN AND MOON
1.7 I .M
1.7 I M:
ii. m. ..ln
im ii in
inuon March 18 at
Temperature C a. m., (17; S a. m.,
70; 10 a. m., 71; noon, 72; morning
Ilarninetcr, 8 n. in., 30.12; dew point
S n. in., .10; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
C7; nbsoluto humidity, 8 n. in., 'i.:il7.
Wind 0 a. m., velocity 9, direction
K. ; 8 u. m., velocity C, direction K.;
10 a. in., velocity II, direction K.; 12
noon, velocity I), direction .V. K.
Total wind movement for 21 hours
ending 8 si. m., -"- miles.
Rnlnfall during 24 hours ending 8
a. m., ,00 Inch,
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchants'
Tuesday, March 12.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed March 12,
1 p. m., S. S. China, for Honolulu.
OAVIQTA Match 12. ship Falls or
S. S. I.UUI.INK Will nrilve tomorrow
mid dock at Hacklcld whaif.
U. S. A. T. THOMAS Will arrive
off port about 2 p. m. today from
Klnau Sailed for Hawaii Ports.
The Inter-Island steamer Klnau was
dispatched for Mahiikonn and Kawal
liao at 10 o'clock this morning, taking
passengers, mulls and freight for
points along that coast uf Hawaii as far
as Laiipnlioehoc. The Klnau will re
turn to Honolulu In time to load cuvtin
and take up tho run formerly covered
ny ino steamer Klluiiea to Kona mil
Knu ports, sailing from here on Fri
Andrew Welch Proceed to Sea.
Tho .American bark Andrew Welch
was dispatched 'for San Francisco this
morning, taking a full load of hiigar
ami several puHsengors. The Welch
has been at the quarantine, wharf for
tho past twenty-four hours, where sho
was thoroughly fumigated. Tho ves
sel was lowed to sea by the tug In
trepid, the lug inking a lino ut 11:30
Ship Cumberland Make Port.
Tho Ilrltlsh ship Cumberland, 1.11
days from Hamburg with u full ship
ment of fertilizer, consigned to the
Hawaiian Ferlllljtcr Company, wu.t
sighted oh Illnck Point this morning
mill the Matson Navigation tug In
trepid was dispatched to sea to bring
jn the deeply laden ship. Tho vessel
Is to berth at tho railway whuif to
Siberia Carried Few Asiatics.
Alter having taken on .'00 tons coal
ut this purl, tho Pacific .Mull liner SI
hoi la was dispatched for Japan and
China ports last night with !) cabin,
10 second class and 10 Asiatic passen
gers Joining the vessel at Honolulu.
The Siberia discharged a Utile over
200 tons freight from the mainland
dmlng tho stay at this Mirt,
Thomas Due This Evening.
The United States Army transport
Thomas, fnmi San Francisco en louto
to Manila by the way of (iuani, will
arrive nt this port this evening.
The Thomas will rccctvo prompt dis
patch ami Is scheduled to sail for (he
Philippine Islands nt G o'clock Wed
Nothing Too Good for the Sailor Lads.
WASHINGTON, I). C. Feb. II. -Undo
Sam's lighting lads al sou will
not lack lor butter, oven If the ptlcn
Is high, Illds for 300 tons of tho fin
est butter Iho host dairy herds ran
produce wore opened ut tho Navy Do
paitiiicut today. The proposals shc
Ify Unit ,11 0.Ofiu ixiiiuds are to bo dc
llteicd in Now York und 18,000
pounds In San FiiiucJbco, Tho lowest
bid was inoietliuu 7 rents above tho
nvorage weekly market wholesale,
prlco at tho timo of delivery. Tho
Government pays this extra chargo
for packing and handling,
Novelist London Seeks Sallno
IIAl.TIMOItH, Mil.. Feb. 2!l. In
order to get tho inateiial at Hist liaui
ns well as Iho proper splill, Jack
l.oiiilon. the novelist, lias shipped as
third iiialci on the square-liggor l)lr
go, which sails tomorrow for a voyugn
around Cape Horn to Seattle Ills yvir9
signed articles as stownrdoss and
their Japanese sorvrnt will iro alona
ns niessliity. Captain Chapman said
ho expected to inako the voyage ''f
11,000 miles In nbont 100 dajs.
New Mexico will Instruct Its dele
gates to Ihe Itepiililleiiu national eim-
en! Ion nt t;hIriiK to vote fur Tuft.
Transpacific Steamer Calls at Korea
Chemulpo, Korea, Is a port at
which the Ilrltlsh steamship Hazel
Dollar, which recently sailed front
Portland, Ole., will caP while en route
to Takn liar, Chlnii, her real destina
tion, At tho Korean port she will
discharge 198,993 feel of lumber, bo
lng exported by ho China Import and
lCxport Company. It will lc the llrst
time that any of the utcaincrs loading
at Portland have gone to CIiciiiiiIiki.
Tho cargo of tho Hazel Dollar con
sists or 3,131,077 foot of lumber, val
ued at ?31,O20; 7600 bauvls or flour,
worth J2C.230, and 025 crc of con
densed milk, upprnlscd at $2031. With
the exception of tho consignment of
lumber destined for Korea, tho cnllro
cargo will bo discharged at Takn liar.
Tho regular captain of Iho Hazel Do!-
lar Is III nt San Francisco and Captain
(low. who has been nshoro with tho
was chosen lo go mil as master of tho
vessel this trip,
Sp"anlh Line Seeks Coast Terminal.
San Francisco Is to have n now
steamship line. That much wits defi
nitely decided nftcr Salvador Mnrls
Inny, commissioner especial of the
Transatlantic Steamship Company or
llnrcclona, Spain, mid l.uls Vllnseca
or the same .company, had romplclcd
their Investigation or Sail Framisco'M
facilities nml IHitenllalltles ns a tei
inluiis port, says the .Clironlcle.
They have been In Iho city sovcrnl
days, devoting nearly atl tliclr lime lo
ii lesenrrh of the waterfront rondl
tlons and tho matter or dockage raclll
lles ror the twenty-six steamers oper
ated under Iho company's flag. Tim
ships will operate from tho Spanish
ports or llarrolonu and Cadiz through
the Panama Cannl. with western head
qiiuitcrs and termini nt San Francis
co, They have viewed tho situation
rrom every angle, with the single pur
pose or determining what Pacific port
Is best adapted to their needs and af
fords the largest cirrylug tonnago for
the chips or the llnp. They nro ngieed
that this port Is San Francisco, ami
that business relations with the Span
ish titles will bo Inaugurated ns booh
ns all preliminaries aio settled.
LOCAL AND ' GENERAL
-"... I j tmi.s wi JVIIIO
Jus, Casey, a frequenter of Judge
.lonsairniH courtroom, was this iuorii -
...s ..".-.i six .i.ttiuiB aim cosis oi,,0ssel will be nil nsiirabln and nroli.
T. Morlguclil. Japanese, wns up In
Judge Monsnrrats couit this im.niltis Utnir Stream nailed rrom GlaBgow for
charged with assault and battery. Ills. Vancouver, 11. C. April 21), 11)11. Sho
. uv ...in cuiiiiiiiicu iiniii iiiurstiay
Ocorglann Ilrash and Mary Torres.
Portuguese, who had each other ar
rested for assault and battery, wero
hath lined Ibis morning by Magistrate
William J. Fltznliiurlco In nrrnng-
. . ,, "
ng to do Iyer a second lecture. Tilts
T," "", "V" Mm ",!l"es,,",llN
or Hawaii. ntzmaiirlco Is nttuched
.., , no s air or tne London Times.
TIlO l!lliru tliilit.lilnpa ,.m I,. I.. .1.1
delicatessen sale on March 1(1 at tho
Promotion Committee rooms. The la
dles working ror tho movement have
spared no efforts und tho ulTalr
ihoiild be a success.
I.n u Hon, Chinese, who wns nabbed
by the police lor assault and battery,
appeared before .litdgo Monsarrnt this
moinliig and requested that his cuso
go over until ne.U Thursday morning,
l.nu's wish wNib nranlcd.
.. " , ' " "-v. ... in .in ii
TAFT LEAGUERS TO
MEET THIS AFTERNOON
Fifth District Republicans who aio
also suppoiters of Tall ror reelection
are to meet this iilternooii at 1 o'clock
at Republican headquarters, . sJTttwretnry j;, . Mott-Sinltli talked
von Holt un, others nro in tho inoo-
nient, which Is oxiectod lo cxlciid tho
Tart League's precinct work.
MERCHANTS MEET TODAY.
This uriernoon nt 3:30 o'clock tho
trustees of tho Meichnnls' Aswlallim
hold a meeting In their headquarters
In the Young Hotel building. Impor
tant biiiilnesa Is to come up.
II ii 1 1 r 1 1 ii Want Ails will find It.
I Claims I
(Who is thp "Sucker"-
See Harry T. Mills of the
Past Due Agency, 848 Kaahu
manu Street, for .the collec
tion of claims ; the TIME is
ripe-even if the FRUIT was
Per fitmr. Kllaiica, rrom Kona and
Kail and way imrts, March 12. (Ico.
Mel). Arkley, Mrs. M. Knimiko, 1).
Kainn'io, Mrs. Klmtirn, Mrs, l.ouo, I,.
hono, .Mrs. W. Muller, Miss C. Perry,
ltov. A. 8. Ilakcr, 11. W. M. Mist,
IS. T. Anilcr."(iii, T. Mori. P. Nua,
.Ins, Kaiikit. K. Ham, David K. Daker,
Airs. Daker, !!. Hewn, Isbada. S, K.
Hohuapo, .1. W. K. hclewn, S. Kiihla,
Mrs. Alnwnl, Sarah Ahoy, J. .1. Shep-
hold, It. It. Klgln, Mrs. l'!gn, M,
Farrell, II. C. Austin, Dr. C. Itiiftett
IT. D. (Julnn, W. llitthcr, II. (Ionium,
Per stmr. Klnau for Kona and Kan
ports, Mnich 12. It. .1. IJIIlo,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ii. Cheney, .Ins. A.
sri,',,,,, Mrs. F. S. 'knight ami party.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Carter, Miss
Draco Kahonlll, Mrs. Washington, .MIss
Washington, Mr. mid Mrs. W. II. Dec
ker, Dr. J. H. Plcknrd and wito, Mr,
Patteson nmt wire, Julian Monsarrnt
and friend, Mr. and Mrs, A. Richard
son, Mrs. Mory IC. Ijow, KrncBt Par
ker, Mrs. A. (1. Curies, A. Jergeiii"
and wife, M. Jonos, I). I,. Itoscnfccd,
Nathan Smith, Mlss IC. Honcrr, I. S.
Uiigbcc, Mr. Mid Mrs. J, Glenn, Miss
llogau, Mrs. Davidson. P. J. (). Ills
gins. II. II. Hewlett, .M. Jones, David
Dowsclt, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. O'HIgglni,
Mrs. II. II. Hewlett, Miss .1. i:. ltlca
nioiKl, Miss Hogan, J. F. Hohorts,
wife, Infant and servant,
l'ASSKMli:i!S HOOK I'D
; tt- -r
Per stmr. Mlknhaln, for Maul und
.Molokal poits, March 12. W. K. Kerr,
Miss McCorrlston, Mr. and Mrs. It.
Per stiur. .Manna l.oa, for Kauai
ports, Murch 12. Col. V,. I. Bpaldlns
nml party, W. D. Mcllryde mid party.
Per stmr. Claudluc, for llllo, via
wuy poitn, March 13. Miss Spald
ing, .Mlsn Mlnnlian, Mly.a M. K. Pcnr
ley, C. Cooper, Mrs. Washington, Mis.
Washington. l' 'VATKItr'HONT NOTKM
Gulf Stream Given Up c.i Lost.
Hope practically has been ubanllon
cd that the Uiitlsh batk Gulf Stream,
Captain Nlcol, over will bo heard
f I inn, as leliiBiirnuco on the vessel has
, mounted to 93 per cent. I'cfnro long
,t s nllclpated that tho long-overdue
nbly will ho posted ns missing at
Lloyds. With n general cirgo the
wus spoken hint May In Iho North
Atlantic, and since then nothing has
been heard of tho vessel.
POUTIjANI). Ore.. Mutch 1. Pro
viding u regular uorvlcc. the Kast Asi
atic Company will operato n steam-
ini iiui.1 ij(.mimiii hi iijiui-, ui:ii;uii
rKiltopr-iUi ports and Portland, San
Ulllli II tlrl liAailll 111 ti .. ..i.aa I. .....
Francisco and Pugct Sound, accord,
lug to olllclal nnnotincentcut luado to.
,lay by Meyer. Vlloon & Co.. agent or
..!,. . .. . ... "
mo company tor tuo l'uclllc Coast
General freight will bo brought In thlt
direction and outward trip steuincis
will load with wheat, Hour, lumber or
ALMOST READY NOW TO
CONDEMN PAL0L0 WATER
All the preliminary mutters In con
nect Inn with the securing of the l'u
loln water lights by the Territory are
being completed mid this morning prac
tically the last details wero discussed
in the Governor's olllce, when Super
intendent of Public Works Miu-ston
Campbell, Water Chief Murtln, Attor
ney General Alexander Lindsay Jr. and
matters over with the chief executive.
".Matters are now practically 111 shape
for starting tho condemnation pro
ceedings." stated the Governor urter
wurds, "and wo have been going Into
the last details. JIi I'mnpliell bus se
livted the site for tho reservoir, Mr.
Martin has been looking- into the wa
ter supply nml Mr. Lindsay Into the
general Jegul end of It. I think that III
a very short while we shall be able to
II. Gooding Field, municipal expert,
now conducting nn Investigation of
the city and county's financial affairs,
under tho authorization of tho Cham
ber of Commerce, has turned his nt
tentlon to the police department. Ho
has started n prultc or this branch or
llin r.ltv i-oviriiliiitit niiil llu nllW.lr.il.
Icy, which will bo Incorp-.trnled in tho
report ne win inane snortiy in mo
Mr. I'Mohl tins ttrartlcallv c.iietitiliil
his woik nt tho city hull, lie was up
at tne hall awhile this morning, hut
said Hint he has llttlo nunc there lo
do. He declared this morning that
every aid has been given him by tho
departments nnd their heads.
The Supervisors who shut tho mu
nicipal doors In Mr. Field's ruco rol
lowlng nn Interchange or formal let
ters dealing with his credentials, hnvo
not been able to stop his woik, as In
Iho capacity of u private cltlcn ho
has secured the small nmouiit of ma
terial ho had sllll lo get.
(Continued from Pago 1)
years and nine month to run, was
In connection with this figure a ra
ther interesting point was raided iiliout
the necessity of a sinking fund. Held
foril stilted tb.it if on December 23.
IU10, the fro.OltO worth of Improve
ments bad been made, there would
have been no need to calculate u sink
ing r ii ml. but that In nil probability
the rent would have been j:ioou more.
An It was, however, ''astle At Cooke
bad spent ?20,000 which ho classlllei.
us advance rent. This had. of course,
gone Into Improvements, but It was us
though they bad been forced to pay
out that amount for rent In iiilvanee.
As they bad spent tills amount after
December 2.1, 1910, they must show
on their books at the end of each year
111 u sinking fund account, or what
ever they liked to cull It, $30U0 hi or
der to balance mutters.
Iteferrlng to u piece of bind iiftlm
buck of the Cummins building, Hi"
witness stated tbut ho bud rented It
to u linn for t20li u' month net In lit
unimproved condition, ami tbut the
llrm bad erected n building on it. Ol
der ertiis-exanilnulton be was usknl
by Jlreckons whether he could have
got this amount from the llrm if It
had net needed the piece of laud, which
only contains about 2C0 feet, lis uu ab
solute necessity, llu staled that be
cunbl and, furthermore, be had not
been ublu to dictate Ills own teiius to
Kvory inniiager to bo mot from llo
nokua to llllo will bo asked to Inaug
urate it strict campaign ngalntt nils,
according tn u letter rrceled rrom
President Prutt or (lie Hoard or
Health, who Is at tho present time on
Hawaii with Federal Dr. McCoy.
A campaign bus been started
against tho rats and It Is hoped that
is a result tho number or plaguo
cases will tall off. Tho letter Mules
that Manager Alliens of ihe Kukiilha
clo plantation Is doing great work and
has his placo looking In lino condition,
Tho doctors expect to be back here
Saturday morning next, having laid
tho foundation for good work that Is
to take In not only tho plantations but
tho outlying districts us well.
Health Officer Shepherd, who waa
with tho party, returned this moiulng.
iioy scons :
Next meeting March 12, S o'clock,
iiitinbcr of ('ommeice, to discuss plans
ror a General Itiilly, Field Meet and
Second-Class Trluls. Members of t'oiin-
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'il and Seoul masters only.
J. A. WILDUIt.
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