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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, APR. 2, 1012.
Oceanic I'lrst Degree.
lIoi(( Crnl Muuinlj I'll ii r -day
WHEN YOU WANT TO
n TJ-v CITY TRANSFER CO,
(J3. H. Lovo)
(Additionl Shipping News on Page 18)
AU visiting nieraDirs of tftc
Order ir cordially InTltI to
attend rscctlngH ot local Itdgtt
CAPTAIN RICE SLAIED TO SUCCEED
TO COMMAND OF
TIHIT;..-;iIN AND MOON 3lerra Figured In Enterprle Salvage.
lllEJOWn WU mVVStl, . ," .,,.. ,.,, ,,, no.nnlr. till.
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11.11 55J si) emiMtt
11.119 4 HI S.II OIH
cr Sierra llgnrcd In llio salvage of tlio
Mtilsmi Navigation rI earner I3iil,cr.
prise In that distress tncssaRos from
Captain YnuiiRrcn of the Kntprprlse to
Captain Wectlon In the Lurllno wore
rnlnvpil thrntich the nmiaralus on hoard
the Sierra. Late Cont advices stnto
' that the repalrH to the tall shaft In thu
, m' ISnlorprlso wcro being rushed to com
llcfoie Iho day of the wireless, the
plight of the 13ntcrprlso
I'ull iiiouii April 1 ut 11.33 n m.
S a. in
Meet mi thi' i
'.'ml mid Ith,
Miinihi in i
ClICll lll'llllil !
at K. I'. Hall
7 j:h r. .ii.
Young Skipper Has Powerful Influences at Work in His Be
half Kona and Kau Passengers and Freight Arrive in Ki
nau Chiyo Nlaru Deeply Laden With Morchand'se for
the Orient Ship Cumberland Prepares for Sea.
The through lint
71; 10 a. in., 72;
Ilarometer at S a. m., 30.18; relative.
humidity, 8 a. m., .62;, dew point, S a
in.. .","; absolute humidity, 8 n. in.,
Wind C a. 111., velocity !.", direction
X. K.i 8 a. in., velocity 1 1, -direction
1-1.; 10 n. m., velocity 10, direction X.
13. ; noon, velocity 14, direction X. K.
Total t.'nd movement for -I hours
ended 8 a. in.. 384 miles.
Ilalnfall fur 24 hours cndliiR S a. in..
Mtnir., a. in.
Kona and Kail ports
Tucsdav, April 2.
Chlyo Mam, .lap.
heen serious. It would havo hecn tl
to arrive attracted attention nud It
nilRht hnvo heen a month or two be
folo tlio steamers Rent In HCiirch could
hnvo located the disabled frclfihter.
Thin mlRht have Involved Ihoso on
hoard In serious hardship nnd would
have cost underwriters and owners,
shippers nud consignees, much worry
I'nderwrlters, illscussliiR the case of
tlio Kntorprlso yesterdny, said that tlio
value of the Rcrvlcc rendered by the
wireless ill this ono enso would prob
Installation and maintenance to dnto
on nil the Mntson ships, which wcic
among tlio llrst to ho so equipped.
Sal Ina Cruz
u-nilhl irnvn'Rlninn. A.-ll. S,
Mondnv, April I.
tin Island ports Vlr
I Knual ports V. 0. Hall, slinr.. "
1 lav. nil ports llelcno, Btmr., p.m.
?" PASSKMIKIIS AltlilVHI) " '
Per T. K. K. S. S. Clilyo Mnhi.'from
San rrnnclsco, April 2. I-'or ilonoln
In: 1. .1. Hell, Mir. P. .1. Hell and
Infant. For Yokohama. K. ARkal, I-'.
V. Ilaxtcr, t). I). Cntly. Mrs. I). I).
Gaily. Miss M. Cady, Miss M. Carpen
tlor, Mrs. A. Dcichmnii, .1. II. Dow-
lug, Mrs. .1. II. Dewing, Miss 15. Dew-
more than offset the cost of Its'lng. Miss M. Kliuor, Miss A. (1. Kb
(Continued from Pago 1)
HcsIiIch the Seafarer, the well-known
schooner Miirrlon. owned by I'M Vim
IIMRcn of the I'lirliitlilan Yneht Cluli,
has intend the lists. Huron Long, tlio
owner of the JUlle schooner Swert
bcfirt, which plneeil set-oiul In tlio rin-o
tn Honolulu III 1!U0, has onco iiiino
entered his yacht. This will lie a for
midable trio of ocean Hailing yachts,
and will take consldcrahlv beating In
the long race.
t" PASSKXHIIHS l)KPAI(TKI) I
It. of P.
Mort-. i'iitv "Jlid and Ith Sutur
la eveiilug ill 7:30 o'clock 111
K of P. Mull, cor. Fort and
lii-K Inula. Visiting brothurs
coidlully Invited to attend.
A. V. OKIITZ, C. C.
K. I'. KII.HKY, K. II. S.
Tlio Chlvo arrived with several
DA UP l.ltllfii: Ml, I, K. of P.
Meets otery first and third Krl-
I day at 7:3u oclock, Pythian
I Hall, cornur lleretaiila and
Kort streets. VIsIiIur brothers
cordially Invited to nttond.
S. DIX'KKIt, ('. C.
0. IIKI.NK, K. of II. & S.
lKIMM.UU; MIHOi:, Oil!, II.. P. . K.
Honolulu IOiIro Xo. ,1t'..
1). P. o I-:lkH. meets In
their hull, on King St.,
near Kort, every Friday
evening. Visiting llroth
ers are cordially Invited
n. P. It. ISKXBEttO, K. IL
(11CO. T. KM IXIHL. Sec.
behalf of ('aUaln ICmory lllee. mnsier "" "" '"' "'"" I
of the Pa-dllc Mall steamship China, I1'1;;. H- second, and 12S .lapanes-,
as the iio.Klble siikphsoi- to the com- ' i"-e. laus me.
manil of the big liner Mongolia, with Aslntle steerage. I ml-,- Hose coullno.j
. .. . .. .. I, in. itt ni-r lr.it Aulntloa v lw. nc. lit.ltil-
tlio retirement of-I'apiain itcnry '"" ,.:,,, ., , . ,
Morton, who Is to assume charge as 'returned to China nt the instance ol
tu-ll as bc(ome a guest on iho palatial the 1-eileral aniliorilles on the main
and private yacht of the French Duke ' "" s ottawavs are also beiiiR
,i.. Mnntiimmler. for n round-the.world returned to .lapan, the plncc of their
cruise covering a period of a year or ntl,,lvl,y
I I lio
-m. ,i. -hii ,.r ,i,., T..v i;i,. changes In the official personnel. The
,....i... i .i.u... m, f,., ,, ever-genial "Tommy" McCombe. who
l-rnnei-co this morning, the statement f"r, ex ?'':''hr? ht,y UK ,h'
.. , i i -.i i,ni vuoi fielRiil clerk of the Clilyo and preced
I.-, her well-known officers that Cap- '" -;' ' ll,,. "" rvlcc has
..... .,1... ....I . .i.i.. ,ri- ,.,. ii. heen eletated to tlio rank and station
,,omotloi. f.oin the China to the Mim-"' "l,s" ""'," B ?' ', R '"
polla. The derlanulon was forth.-om- " "' ' J taM '"' l? "" ,""1'"1,,;Mn'
Inn that much Inlliienco was being ' " '" "-xt trip. (1. (!. 1 elding,
.. i... ...i,i. v.... i.r..i,t.,i ' l'" extended ncqualniunc'
7, , ,, ,, i, o,.i,,...r:,. thniiighoiii thu Kast as an olllclal in
IIU.I ,.!,., .1, ...... lllh.'I ........... ,,,,,, V..-1I... II....- III.,,. Ij
townnl ihe appolntnient of Cnpt. IIi-p.i"" w,w" """ "- ......."......-
o, ., .,... ' , .iiu,.in..i serving as freight clerk In the
' 111 '111 tt (III rnii nt ' ' w- j-....-.
be carried through Captain lllee will
be boosted over the heads of set oral
old-timers in Hie Pacific Mall service
ii'cludlng Captain Adrian
( aptnln And'-pw Dixon.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable tn .Merchants'
Purser McCombe Assailed
Thomas McCombe, former fi eight
clerk In tho .lapnueso liner Chlyo Mn
ru, now at Honolulu en unite to the
Orient, was the victim of a cownrdlv
assault In a San Francisco street In
hrond daylight, nccordliiR to the story
brought to this city todav by fellow
onicers In the Chlyo Mnru. McComho
has Just been npiminled purser In thu
Nippon Mnru and Is to mnkc his ap
pearance In Hint npaclty the latter
ner, S. Fiikushlmn, Miss M. Pukiishi-
ma, Mrs. S. Fuktfshlma, 11. K. Mar-
lit. Mrs. II. K. Ilnrrls, Mrs. C. K. liar
roll, MIsh I). Harris, .1. K. Hinds. Mrs.
.1. H. Hinds, K. llorlguchl, Miss 10. XI.Mrs
iinrmon, it. i iroy. - r. inoiiyo, sirs.
M. Kness, T.Kokndo, 11. F. I.um, Mrs.
K. 11. I,um, S. MI1I7.11110, .1. .Mnrrlscy,
K. .f. Moss. Mrs. K. .1. Mosh, .Miss C.
Moss, Master 1-3. Moss. Mrs. M. Muel
ler Melchcrs, Miss M. Mueller Melch
ers, Miss M. O. Mitchell, Vv M. Mil
ne, Mrs. V. M. Milne, M. Nngann, Y.
Nlshlda, 13. H. Page, Mrs. 13. 3. Pn?o.
O. A. Poole, J. Itulz, Y. Sakuiai.Mrs.
Y. Sntturnl, Miss T. Saknral, V. .1.
Sclirolh, Mrs. Vt .1. Scliroth, K. So
Per stnir. ,Mnunn Kca, for llllo via
way ports, April 2. Mr. and Mrs. V.
T. Itoblnson nnd child. T. It. Ilobln
son, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. l.owden and
daughter. Mrs. 53. K. Myers, Mrs. 13.
V. II. and servant, It. 8. Norrls, II
Dumont. Mrs. Carl Welters', h. .1.
I lodge. Mnstcr Hodge, Mrs. Cressntv,
Mrs. Knmeakaut, Miss Knmaekaui,
.1. WlllliiR and child. Mrs. C
Wotcrs, M. 13. Prentiss, Mrs. F. II.
Shanks, Mrs. V. It. Ilradley and In
fant, It. A. Woodward, .1. If. Town
send, Mrs. II. .1. Willing and Infant,
Selgt. M. It. Itohcrts, .1. h. Cullen,
Comb. Schnciilng, I.orrln K. Sinltli,
Mr. nnd Mrs. 13. M. Nlchol, A. Ma
son, W. S. Stnckwcll, Saml. Parker,
,lr I)r. W. S. Ongat and wife.
part of tho month. It appears thatij1"- in-K- Soko. Miss KScko. Mrs.
'..... . ... W I MlltlM A Sill It It II 11 II Cnllln
HAWAIIAN Tllllti: M). 1, I. I). U. M,
Meets overy llrst and third
Tuesday of each month In
Frnternlty Unit, I O. O. F.
building. Yhitlng brothers
cunllally Imlted to attend
1II-3XUY A. ASCII, Sachem
LOUIS A. PKItllY, C. of 11.
1 1 Clilyo,
' Four hundred and sixty sacks malt
! arrived In tho Japanese cel this
53eeder and' w (..nii, is iu ou iiimi.uk-ii-
'eel for Japan mid China potts at ."
Tuesday, April 2.
OAVIOTA - April 2. S. S. Itosecraiis
was Heated today.
P. S. A. T. SIII3IIMAX Will arrive
from Manila Friday morning and
probably sail for San Francisco tho
Mall for Yokohama per S. S. Chlyo
Mnrn fltwi.u I 11 111 liubiv
' Mull T.ir fin l.-rtinlur... imp U 2 11.
- ...v.w. .. ,.. . ... ... ....
uolulau closes 8:30 a. in. Weducs-
..-.1, 1. ..t.l. 1I1C 1 ..l.lll.. l.lfAXn
Laden with 72i) tons freight, ln-i",,ulB- "ln,,,,i ' '""" -h
,.... .,.. ,u , ,. liinsseiiRer as well. us a score or mora
(Ullllllfci I'.Mi'linnv imil'iiit inn hi vmti'in-. ,,
leather, machinery, Automobiles mull '' r ral'"' I'-engeis
nlo 700 bars silver bullion In the spo-l a
I" tanks, tho Clilyo Mnru was brought j Spokane Due at Hllo,
A shipment of lumber from "Wlllapa
Wash., Is on the way to Hllo, accord
lug to local advices, and tho vessel
(Should arrive at the Hawaii metropo
lis nt any time. Tho lumber left the
Northwest iu tho American schooner
alongside Alakea ttharf shortly after. Word lb expected any day from I Illo Tho Ilrltlsh ship Cumberland will
in o'clock this morning. concerning the arrival of tho Amerl- ho dispatched for Newcastle, N.S.W
Captain (lieene repotted n lino trip Can schooner Spokane, which vessel today or tomorrow, the vessel. proceed
down rrom tho Coast, the vessel bring-1 has nailed from Port Ludlow with n lug tn the Australian conl port for or
lug a big list ot passengers who em-'full shipment of lumber to tho agency dors and cargo. The Cumberland hns
barked al San Francisco. Three lay- of II. llackfeld & Co. been discharging nitrates at. this port.
W. .1. Shaw, A. Shlto, II. 11. II. Sonic,
C. I,. Tlldcn, Mrs. C. I.. Tlldeti, C. I
Tihleli, .lr., .1. W. Wilson, Mrs. .1. W.
Wilson. L. A. Wilson, Mrs. Don Wag
Kobe: C. S. Averlll, .1. Culln. Fori i
McCombe suffered n mysterious ut
tack by two men on Itealo street be
tween Folsom nud Harrison. McComh
(Icclnrcd that he heard footsteps ap
proaching from behind, and was In-
slnutl.v struck down hv a blow with a
blunt Instrument. He fell, and Just
then W. Drown of tho llinoklyn Hotel,
who chanced to be near, ran across
Ihe street in McComh's assistance.
The lntter's assailants ran ami escap
eil. Iloth are described as wearing
sailor's clothes. McConib said that!
this Is the second attack that has been
made upon him on the streets of this
city dining tho last few months by two
Predict New Skipper for the Nile.
It Is fiecly picillctcd on hoard Iho
Japanese liner Chlvo Mnru, now In
port, that n new skipper will bo placed
Iu command of the howiy-ncqulred Pa
cific Mnll Intermediate steamer Nile
when that vessel departs' from San
rrancisco on nor nrsi ouiwnrii voyage ;. Schul.o, M. Seiidn,
lo tno uricm. mis. M. J. Weaver. J.
mo .tno is iiiio io arrivo nero on j y Wood, It. .1. Wvnne.
next Tuesday en routo to .Inpan and ' ' - ' -
Chlur portR. Who will succeed Cap
tain F. O. P. IScclcston, who brought'
Superintendent of Diliicntlim Willis
T. Pope this morning furivm-dt'd his
report fur 1911 to tin- (Int-mior. In
It be covers the ground Hint "bus I u
illsiusxcd from time to time as Hie.
work lias been done, laying spit'liil Im-
. lHirtnnee nil the filets that the Icmh-
gniier, K. Ynninguchl, S. YntnnJI. For inK ntuiT bus been Improved. Unit there
Xagasakl: Mrs. I. O. Schuylor, 13. F,
Wood. For Shanghnl: II. llroun, 11.
0. Yung, For Hongkong: Mrs. M. II,
Ilrace. Illshnp Chas. II. Ilrent, O. 13.
HreWRler, Mrs. 0. 1-3. Hrowster, II. W,
Hurt. ('apt. T. A. Campbell, .1. P3.
Carr. II. S. Carr. C. W. Converse, Itov.
It. T. Cowles, Mrs. It. T. Cowlea,
Master M. S. Cowles. Master P. W.
Cowles, (3. 13. Doty, Mrs. C. 13. Doiy,
W. ICvniiR, .1. W. (taming, A. V. (tan
o'lig, Mrs. M. II. (iiirhum, Mrs. 13. J.
Mill. . I. II. I labor, II. Iluutsbcrger.lt.
lluntsberger. Hear Ailmlinl C. It. T.
Moore. Mrs. C. II. T. Moore, C. II. Mini-get-.
K. Ynniagiichl, lie v. .1. Mac-
Knight. Miss (3. MncKulght, II. Nor
ton, MIsh O. Norton, M. M. Norton,
O. F. Qulnn, It. II. Itellly, Col. W. C.
Itlvers, 13. Ilnsenfcld, 1-3. Schnlze. Mrs.
S. M. Slow.
rim nc.coiintH of Mn'-sluil Hendry nnd
('oiniiilsslouer Davis tveio iippiuted In
n more tlioroiigh uicthnil of sopcr-
t-lslnif aii'l that plans have been iiiinli"
fur the dcvolnpiiient ot a more lluu
oogli system of Industrial edueiitlon.
Hear Admiral C. II. T. Monro, en
route tn command the naval station ai
Olongapo, P. I., accompanied by Mn.
Moore, arrived on the Chiyo .Mnru tins
morning. Admiral and Mis. Moon aie
spending their few oura nshoie In
mild sightseeing and In renewing sev
eral old friendships.
A shipment of nitrates from Iinliin
Is en route to tho IsIiiikIh Iu Hie
American schooner lOMorado. This
vessel Is now out thlity-ono dnys rrom
tho well-known nitrate port.
Hull, the Hawaiian nrrested ; i-stei-day
for stealing coal ftoin the navy
heap, was leleascd this mnrlilug on
Ills own recognizance nnd is to ap
pear before CoiniulsMoiior Charles S.
Davis on April 8.
iioxoi.ri.r vintii: no, r. o. i:.
MeetR on second and fourth
b Wednesday ovenlng of each
month at 7:K0 o'clock, in
San Antonio Hall, Vlneyiiid
street, uenr Kinma. Visiting brothers
aro invited to attend.
W.M. .KIXI3S, W. P.
J. W ASCII, Secy.
iioMii.ri.r i.odci: mi. mio,
I,. 0. (I. Mm
will meet in Odd Fellows' building,
Fort street, near King, every Friday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMHItOSI'3 J. WIUTZ, Dictator.
13. A. JACOHSON, Secretary.
" Importer Fort St
MILTON a. PAHSONS
THE VERY LATEST IDEA3 IN
, Millinery Parlors, Boston Block
1027 NUUANU STREET
Upt9.dats Millinery and Men's Hats
Just received by S 8 HIKHHA. tlio
.very latest In LirJutHit uuwno
also a lino assortment of MORNING
DRESSES nud SPRING TAILORED
SUITS tn all colors.
66-67-68 YOUNG HOTEL
Delivered to any part of the city.
Also, the finest line of
ino oriiisu steamer across uio raciiic, yw i,-Q,,,ni ("()urt this
is sun u manor in eoiiji-ciuu-. i ili, passed for payment.
jicuin iu uu hviii-iituj nunc-, a.u.iu in,,.
Inasmuch as the Nile went ashore
near Yokohama and was obliged to bo
sent Into dry dock on arrival at San
Francisco, a change of masters will
result, following out tho well-known
policy of the management of the Pa
clllc Mall Iu Its relation to vessel-mantel
who happen to meet with Ihe mis
fortune ot their command going
Russian Saved from Drowning.
A Itiisslnn laborer fell from tho
Manna Ken wharf as tho steamer
bearing tho same iinmo was depart
ing on tier regular run to Hllo, and
for a fow minutes It looked ns if the
man would go down for the last time
before nsslstnnco could be render"d.
Tho Itusslun was saved through the
efforts of tho crew of the Manna Kea.
who lowered a rnpo us well as several
boat-hooks and dragged tho man to
the siirfnco and onto tho lower deck of
Captain Freeman brought tho Manna
Ken back to tho wharf to permit tho
half-ilrowncd Muscovite tn laud,
Klnau Back from Kona and Kau.
Ilrlnging shipments of sugar, coffee.
fruits, chickens, cattlo and sundries,
tho Inter-Island steamer Klnau, from
1 Konn nnd Kau porta, was an arrival
tills morning. The vessel mcl with
rough sens and strong winds In tho
chntiuels. Sho Is to return to her old
run to Kniinl within a short time, ns
the Manna Kea has been restored to
.to duty and Iho Kilauen will bo scut
to Kona and Kuu ports.
Schooner Johnson Now Due.
With n full consignment of North
west coast lumber, tho American
schooner A. It. Johnson, rrom (irnys
iliiihor, Is duo to nrrlvo at tho port
of Honolulu any dnv now. The vessel
sailed from thu Washington lumber
port twenty-three dnys ngo. Her car
go Is consigned to Lowers & Cooko.
the II n lie tin
"If the men couio Into your prciu.
Ihos, shoot them."
Such, according to Morgue Keepei
Billion Kino, is tho advice given to the
residents ol tho beach road by a ser
geant at Fort do Itussy, following com
l plaints tiiado to him by tho liouseliold-
' ers. Matters wern brought lo u climax
last night when a private nainiil .lor
I dan was arrested and lodged in the
.police station, charged with shooting
'off Ills revolver while on ihe Heach
si'oad. Ho was turned ovor to tho uu
, thorltlcR at Fort de Itussy this morn
i s I
Charged with the hiirghiiy or Jewel
ry and other valuable ai Hides, belong
ing to Louis Abruins, Chi Mlloml. .Jap
anese, appeared before Juilgo Monsar-
jrnt this morning for a hearing The
defendant was represented by Attor
neys Peters and 0'iiw.i, while Drown
appealed lor Ihe pioseciillon.
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Dog's Head Alo and Stout Sclilitz
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