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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, APR. 16, 1912.
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Order are eordUllr Invited M
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v. Honolulu Illlge. No filC.
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tlioir liall on King St,
near Tort, oiry Krida)
evening Visiting Druth
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Meets i'iitj llrst and third
1 uesdiiy of cadi iniiiitli In
Fralernlt) Hall. I O O J'
building l .ting brothels
tnidlall) lii(led to attind
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ttpi .Meets mi second and fourth
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(4"" month at 7 flu ixlock. In
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street, near 1111111.1 Visiting biotliois
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will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
1'ort street, near King every Frlduy
evuilng at "li o'rlod;
Visiting brotheis cordially Invited
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NOVEL ENTRYJNTO DIA NIPPON
Air Craft to Fly From Ship to Shore on Arrival at Yokohama
Wi'hclmina Brought Distinguished Touring Party
Captain Morton of Mongolia to Brihq Back Pacific Mail
Liner and then Take Command of French Duke's Yacht
Glacier Met with Rough Weather.
Two acriiiilatiot repose in the rnpa
f Ions hold of the l'nclfle Mall liner
Mongolia, now herthed at Alaktu
wharf whero I7J tonn Kenernl cnrM
finni San 1'iaiiclKCo nru hilni; illn
iliiri'oil. ' H Atwalei ntul It II Yniini:, n
p.ili of well known mainland nvhtors,
me t In n 1 f , 1 1 passenKciH In the liner
for Orlentnl ports and will make ,111
exti mli'il ma In Ijpan
Messrs Atwnter and Yniini' Intend
lo in.iko a noel nnd spcitncnlar entr)
into the I.'unl of the HIbIiii; Sun Nine!
Hi hence, ns the IiIk Htemnshlp Mon '
Koll.i nenis the lie.idl.uidH which Kiiard
the eiitraiiin to Tukjo Hay, the will
liae completed the niist'iiililliir of olio
of the inachlnes. As the esm,l sleims
lietween the well fulfilled Islindfl lead
iui; to Yokohama iiaiantlne i;roninl.
the nlatorH are nou deli riiiund to
I luncli one of Hie liver 1 ami from tliei
Hiirlace of I lie waur hcgln 11 IIIkIiI'
nhhh It is hopi il will not terminate
uiiill the machine and Its passenKus
ire sard) landed wilhln the limits of
At w alti and oiiiik modestl) declin
ed id fo into ilitalls conccrnliiR their
piflimlnnn flight Into the .Mikado's
i) aim on nrrhal of the MoiikoII.i nt
Mm uliilil this morninu This much, I
however, has been definitely learned,
Mini either Atwater or Yoiiiik will bo,
aicompiiiled by their whon1, who arei
numbers of the llltlo paity, who ux '
pett to remain In Jnp.ui mid Clilnal
v It li the aeroplanes for some months.!
'I lie exhibition of course will be rei;-,
ulnled li the weather prevailing at.
the time of their irrlMil. rollowliiRl
the ndient Into Yokohnma, tho nia
tors will tour the country mid kUc a
lerleH of exlilhltlons before proceed-,
Iiik ti China and to tho I'hlllppluns I
Captain Morton, master of I ho .Mini-'
Koll.i, is mnkiiiK his last trip for some
souths as imitator In the liner Cap
lain Morion loufirms In nil details tho
evdusiio miiioiiucenn nt made In tho
miliums of the 11 11 lie tin weeks
nt;n to tho effect that he had accept
ni the command of the beautiful pil
vate )ncht of tho Prench Duko do
'I will brim; the Mnui;olln back to
S.111 rianelsco, and then pioceed t o
.New m: ami later to l'ails, where 1
ulll Join the Duke," said the Captain.
Aicordliit! lo Morton thero Is a
strum; probablllt) of tho Montpenslerl
ncht lsltlnt; Honolulu on tho propos
ed world cruise which is to tnko tho
better pari of 11 )ear to complete. Tim
uu hi will trnwrso a louto through
the At lain Ic, calllni; at tho South
11urltan cities. With the openliiK of
tho r.inania (laiml tho )ncht is to
proceed to Iho Pacific, makliiK n lets
ureH iruiso amoiiK tho south sea Is
uiiIm It was Intimated this innrnlni;
that tho rrcnchinnn'H )acht would
follow a direct course from Panama to
'I ho cxilusho prediction offered by
tho Mullet 1 11 that Captain Kmorr
Itlce. now In command of tho China,'
would bo In lino for transfer to tho
MoiiKoIln, was practically confirmed
this morniiiK. Captain Austin, former
ly with tho Minnesota, Is also men
tioned, hut it was stnted that Captain
lllce has powerful backlm; for his pro
motion to tho larger ship. With the
exception of two dnjs of rather much
weather tho Mouttolla enJo)ecl a pleas
ant 0nK0 from Ban Tranclsco to Ho
nolulu 'Iho essel bronchi SI cabin,
9 hi c mid chiss and 2 Asiatic slecniKO
insseiiKers for Honolulu. Tho throunh
list liiLludes 108 uihln, 11 second class
and Hs Asiatic steerage en route to
lupnn and China porta In addition to
the Honolulu taiKo of uuaily TiUU tons,
the Mongolia Is well laden with freight
destined for the Orient amounting lo
Hi1)!! tons, for tho most part consisting
of cotton for Tnpan 'I hero nro ship
ments or COlin sacks barley, KUOO bales
rotton. .tuiiii sackB tauhark, lUtKI bales
buy 1 aiilos, 1(10 tons Hour, nnd quail
lilies of miscellaneous inerchaiiillse j
Among the thiougli passengers nro
thirty live ic. 1 Inijers, many of whom
haw been making annual pllgi Image s
from Occident to Orient fm many
yars and are well known to Ilouolii
The most pioinlneitt ten men nro tho
following C Waller Cllflou, A C.l
Rrjei, r i: 1'ernald, N T Saunders
and I C Siegfried Other prominent
trno!frs nro I V Tnlt of the linn of
Talt (V Compaii), Hankow aguits fin
the I'acllle Mall, and W S. King of
the Hi m of Westphnl, King iV Itaiusay
rormosa ngenls foi the I'acllle Mail,
ami Mrs. King, who are returning from
William Marl In, forme rl) United
Slates Consul (Jenernl at Hankow, no
companleil hj IiIh daughter, Miss
(iiaiii II. Martin, Is also going out
Martin Is going lo linestlgato trade
conditions between China and tho U.
C' 1 J rftWfaliiilllftti rlllt iv
S. lohn A llrlltnn, president of tho
Pat lllc Has nnd hlectrle Company, Is
n through passenger.
Opium on Columbian Confiscated.
Tim American Hawaiian freighter
Columbian which Is soon to nrrlvo
heie with New York anil l'nclllc Co 1st
nr,,, )ielded fifty nltiu tins opium
during the stay of the steamer at San
Diego The discovery was mndo by
customs inspectors oil Information
supplied fiom Collector of the Port
Slrattou nt San Francisco. ,
Charles I, Young. Chinese steward,
was arrested mill confessed to funug
gllng. Ho was held for arraignment
before tho United Stales Commission
Captain Cnlmrcl of tho Columbian
was lined ym by Collector of the
Port Walter T Tllake for nllowlng
iuiitrali.mil 011 his ship
'Iho steward said ho Intended to
land the opium ut San Francisco II
was prepared for smoking.
Mongolia Loaded with Cotton.
Offerings from cotton exporters
hnu! been bo great that Iho I'acllle
Mall Company is reported ns seeking
additional tonnage to transport the
Immense ipiantlty of this commodity
from San I'rMiclscei to tho Orient. Tho
Mongolia 011 arrival hero this morning
was laden to tho limit with cargo. Ja
pan Is making henvy demand on the
United States cotton product mid ev
ery steamer lealng tlm Const for tho
Orient takes out 'a. quantity of It. So
largo has been the offorlug of the ex
port that the regular llno-i have been
unable to handle It nil and have re
sorted lo chartering outside stenmcin
in order to fiicllilnlo tho incneinciit.
Little Damage Done the Alaskan.
Reports reeched nt Ilouolulii today
state thai the damage done tho Amer
ican Hawaiian freighter Alaskan nnd
her enrgo through lire which occurred
as tho vessel ncarcil Sal Inn Cruz was
mciely nominal Tho Alaskan will bo'
surveyed at n Coast port to determine,
tho extent of tho loss. About a year
mid n hair ago while nt San Diego se
rious lire broko out on board tho Alas
kan, which was only subdued through
the Judgment of Captain Fred. .1 Den
nett, who was presented with a gold
watch for his services.
New Commander for Kukul.
Captain W T Warrlncr Is nn nrrlv
ni h urn tho Coast today to nssuiuo
command of tho United States light
houso tender Kukul. As predicted in
the columns of tho Unllotlii somn
tlmo ngo, Captain Fiederlck Knrlger
Is In bo transferred to a station on the
Captain Warrlncr will likely tnko
hold of his now duties with tho llrst
of tho coming month. Ho was an ar
rival In tho Matson Navigation steam
ship Wllhelmlna this morning.
Per P. M. S. S Mongolia, from Snn
Francisco, April 10 For Honolulu:
Miss Caroline II. llatley, I.lnyd Hates,
Mrs. Lloyd Hales, Mrs. Kliiabctli Illx
el, II. T. lllackwood. Mrs. II. T. Illack
wood, Heinz von llocttlngcr. Miss Lil
lian 1 1 rady, Charles Drown, Mrs. Chas,
Drown, Chns. F. Drown, A. 12. Drown,
Mrs. A. 12. Drown. Mrs. Mabel llrj
den, Miss Dounldlua Cameron, h. ..
Colvlu, Mrs. I, L. Colvlii, J as. I).
Coylo, Mrs. .las. I). Coyle, A. J. DeLa
mare, Hev. Tyler Dennett, Mrs. T)Jor
Dennett, Miss Fllzabcth Dupimr, Col,
(1 French, Mrs. Frances (lay. Dr. I)
M. (icdgo, Daron I.udwlg Hey zu
llerrnshelm mid servmit, It. T. Kim
ball. II. II. Lltlcll, Mrs. II. II Mttell,
Mia, II l. Marvin, Dr. J. J. Mono
ban, Mrs. J. J. Monohan, Mrs. 12. D.
Minor, W. Q Mcl'herson, Mrs. W 0.
McPhersoiu W. 8. Monro, Mrs W. S,
Moore, J. F. Niigent. W, S. Palmer,
Mrs W S. Palmer, Miss Allco Palmer,
12. W Raphael, Mrs. 12. W. Raphael
and Infant, Ueo. L. Raymond, Mrs.
Ceo, I, Ita)inond, I). Rich. Mis. D.
Rich, Mrs. Hugo Richards, I,. 12, Sea
man, Mrs. J Sloan, ltev. J. Smjth,
W T Spalding, I 12 Spalding, Mrs.
(I L. Spalding, Mrs F. S. Spraguo,
.1 K Slowart, Mrs J. K. Slowart,
MIsh Marlon Stewart. W P. Stewart,
Valerlo Togtmzztnl, Mrs. Valorlo To
gunzlnl, Miss Alleon Togunzzlnl, Mas
ter 12II011 Toguazi'lul, Dr. T O Trecu.
Mrs T. O. 'Iienn. Mrs. fl. II. Vnn !
ilerllp, Mrs, C O Wnslibiirn, (I. P.
Wlillo, Dr 12 V Wilcox, Dr. Fmmn
K Wlllets, Mrs. N Winch, Miss Uu
ra C. Derby, Mrs. Julia 8. Hopcr, Miss
II F. Parmeleo, Mrs. M. A llrowci,
Mrs. A. W. Drower, Miss H. F. lliew
ni, l,liliatiii llorelern, Franz Olio
Koth, Mrs .1 Wnlford. For Yokohn
ma Kingston linker and servant, I
Decker, John A, Britten, Mrs, M. P.
iiMi: tfrjhiWt.rtiriii. 1 ( irHt -"",
TIDES SUN AND MOON
F3 30 5 trl Is 8
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pl 11 m. 'a m. h m p m '
15 3 j I & I Vit 5 V I C3I 4 tl
10 lie 10 I && 9 in id 10 sit! cji &n
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I I l null 11 vt t Hi U.4I -"i-in
I 801 19, 4 Ul KM finlf3. !M
I .VII 111 t It IK "I uicl till D.M KM
I 3l n in n 1 III m'il I III R1I fl 93 lillfl I
I 'I T:3C V 1 01)3 II !H J33 a 33 CM II (
New moon April 17 nt 1 09 a In
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to MrrclianU'
Tuesday, April 16.
SAN FItANCISCO - Arrived. April
If!, C a. 111., S S Slorrn, henco April
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived, April 11,
S. S. Arlronnn, from IIII11, Mar. 28.
Sailed, April 14, S S. Alaskan, for
Snn Francisco ln Han Diego.
SRATTLI2 Arrived, April Ifi, S. S.
Illlonlan, from Snn Francisco.
S. S PF.IIS1A - Arrives nt 4 p in In
day from Yokohama mid snlls about
o'clock tomorrow morning for
Snn Franc Isoo,
Dronks, Dr. W J Carpenter, Mrs W
J. Carpenter, C Waller Clifton, 12. J
Cowan, F 12 IViiinlil. N (lottlleb,
II K. Itadanll, Mrs II 8 Hadsall, A.
T Hollyer, Mrs A T llellyer, Mas
rer Frederick llellyer, Muster Arthur
llellyer, Miss Dnlla Hill, K C Howe,
MrB. 12 C Howe. Plenum C Irwin,
Freds Oglovee, Mrs Fred Oglevee, J
Henry Philips, Alfred Plielau, II A.
Hosenbaiim, Henry Smith, J II Swin
nerton. For Kobe ltev Itobt. C. Arm
strong, Mrs Koht C Armstrong mid
Infant, Miss Nellie Armstrong, Master
Ashley Armstrong, Mnstci Keith Arm
strong, A. C llr)er, F D Molt, Miss
Marian Osgood, U-Igh F Pye, lohn C.
Siegfried, Mrs lohn C Siegfried, J.
M. Tnlt. For Shanghai Alexander
Campbell, A. S Campbell, 12 II Hart,
Mrs. 12 II. Hart and Infant. Welting
ton Hart, Miss Virgil Hart, Miss Caro
lyn Hart, Mrs A llornb), Sidney
Moss, II. D. Morrison J W Ode. N
T. Saunders, Mrs N T. Sauudcra
and Infant, Mliti Vesta Saunders. Mrs.
W. t. ShnmbaiiKli. II Sydney Smith,
Mrs. II. S)duo Smith For Hong
Kong: W. II. Alwntcr, Mrs. W II.
Atw liter, Chas 12 Alwood, Miss CI)do
llartholomew, Wnltir Dollman, Mrs.
Frank A. Uranuugun, Clevo Callawa),
Mrs. Iteliu II. Campbell, Miss Ade
laide Campbell, Dr Harlem W. S. Car
ter, ndward M Chllds. A. 11. Cobcr,
Mrs. It. S. tlouglnn, Dr. Thos. C. Hall,
K. 8. Heck, Howard 12. Hopkins, 11.
O. .Inrohson, Mrs. II. O. Jncohson,
Tom I,. Jackson, W. S. King. Mrs. W
S. King, (i M. Malcolm, William
Martin. Ml.s ('race II. Martin, Miss
C. I'm melee. Miss K. Paddy, I. II.
Potter. Mrs Henry I. Raymond, Ar
nold Roth well Il)ron II. Summcrlol,
.Mrs. W V Tomb, Master .las. II.
Tomb, 12. A S Watt, Mrs. 12 A S.
Watt, Miss 12 L. Webster. Rev. (1 S.
Webster, Mrs. tl. 8. Wobstor, Oliver
O. Wonger. Mrs. May 8. Wise, Mis
W. 12. Woodbury, Mrs T. S. Wilson,
Miss Niimv Wilson, It. II Yoiiug.Mrs,
II. It. Young
Per M. N. 8. 8. Wllhelmlna. from
San Piauclsco, April 10 Miss 12.
Arps, Miss Lillian Dell, Mr nnd Mrs.
A. Caesar, Miss Viola Caesar, A. J.
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. S. 12. Cahlll,
(!eo. W. Carr, W. N. Ci.nc.innn, Mrs.
M 12. Doyle, Mrs. P. M. Dunn, Mr.
and Mrs. I,. 12. I2dgewoith, Mrs. 12
llhlets. Mrs. F. 11. Fnssctt. L. P.
Flelshmnu, J. 11. Frlgar, II. St. Coar,
F. Graham. Fred. (Irecu, Cordon C
Ureen, Mi. and Mrs. A. L. II. Hnllett,
Mrs. It. It. Hair, Miss Mabel M. Hair,
Mrs. I.. I., llammerly, Mr. and Mrs.
11. II. Ilelnoinaii, Mr, anil Mrs. 12ml!
Herman. Mis. A. Ileucrniau, Howard
n. Horner, C. llujc-k. 0. C. Hull, Al
lan M. II) ile, Mrs. F. A. Hyde, J. W.
Kmker, Miss Jessie, Kaufman, Mrs,
Ilerthu Kohlherg, R. I. Llllle, Miss 121
la Mann. 8. Mitchell, Mrs. S. Mitchell.
Mr. and Mis. Harry T. Mooro aifd
Child, Mrs. T. F. Osborn, Miss Clam
Paid, Miss Viola I'nlne, Capt. and Mrs.
G. l'aiker, Mr. nnd Mrs. Antonio Per
rl. J. M. Perry. Mrs. O. M' Pullman
and mnld, Miss 11. H. Robinson, Frank
(1. Rosa. Mrs. 12. Rycroft. J. F. Sang
er, 12. (I. Schonwnsser, Mr. nnd Mrs.
II. D. Slnnley, Mr. nnd Mrs. II.
Thomas, Capt. A. Tullett, Mr. and
Mrs. M J. Vargas, W. T. Wurilner,
Miss Fatiulo Walto, Max Waterman,
Mrs. F. 12. Wilbur, Udu Wnldrop, Mrs,
W. M. Wyalt, R. It. Zane.
DR. GILLESPIE IS HOST
AT DINNER ON THETIS
Dr J M nillespto of tin) Marian
Hospital Service, who Is attached to
the II S Revenue Cutter 'Hulls, was
hou at a dinner party given on board
Iho Government vessel on Monday
night Tho following guests partook
of Dr Glllesiln's hospitality Dr and
Mrs. Fred 12 Trotter, Dr and Mrs
Geoigo W McCoy, Dr. ami Mia l C
Ilolliuali, Miss Virginia Miller and the
ward-room olllcers of tho vessel
Splendid electric tablo deooiallolis
lint added dial in to the beauties of
the M-mel'a uurd-ioqm An elaborate
electric coloi scheme representing the
national colors was u special featme
Argument 011 tho Kalwikl cases
comes before the Supieinei Court to
morrow morning. Deputy Attoruoy
Cciiertil Arthur (1 Smith appe irs for
tho Terlloi) mid Attorney lrvvn of
llllo fo the defendants
The Gov el nor hi(S received 11 copy
of tho executive older setting liable
pint of the h.urticks lot in Honolulu
lor the Ti irltory
Tarulchl Hlga this morning applied
In the Circuit Court for u dlvoico from
Itslil lllgu Dc-seitlon is the glound
itWifi taM.-l-i i- ?u.$i. 'AiJvi.tiAiM' Vbk &. 4 - 4..iJ.1KWsr
BY JUNE i?
(Pncrlnl It II II ft In CorrpnoniVnro
WASHINGTON, 1) C, April C
,A11 the necessary facilities for
establishing u postal savings
bnnk in Honolulu have been oh-
f iniiioii, according to nn nn-
iiuiiiicciiiHiii, iiiucie oy 1110 ('OKI v
ofilcu Department authorities
hero. It Is expected to Institute
tho llrst bank either in Honolulu
or sonic other Hawaiian city not
later than Juno 1.
A statement has been Issued by
the postal officials that they have
"accepted the proposal of Jonii-
than Hlinw, treasurer. The Mc-
Cuudless Dulldlng Coinpnny, Mm-
Ited, lessor," to lease uddltloiml
fr room iidjolning present nuititers
for five years from April 1ft, 1912,
or date Of occupancy Including
emilpinent, heat, light, water,
safe, and when necessnry, postal s
4- savings bank equipment
C S ALI1KIIT
M. N. 8. 8. Wilhclmlun Is scheduled
to still foi Hlli) on Thursday evening.
A million dollar steamship for the
Paget Sound San Francisco service la
The Pacific Mall Mongolia, for Jn
pan and China porta, will mill nt fi
o clock this eVttiilng.
Tho Pacific Coast Company, It la ie
ported, will udd six vessels to Its ul
ready largo licet of passenger inrrlerB
Tho Koron nailing fiom Yokohama
yesterday Is expected to bring a delo
gut Ion of Filipino laborers for Island
The Japanese freighter Shiatsu Mn-
ni, from Newcastle, N. 8. V with
fuel for Hip liiter-lslniul, li berthed at
the co.il slip
With the arrival of the Mongolia
-llid Wllhelmlna from tho Coast today
ninny pnssengers wero ndded to the
quota of tourists
A pleasing program of dances and
dinners was given on board the Wll
helmlna 011 Iho vo)ugo from San Frnn
Cisco to Honolulu.
The Mulson Navigation steamer
I.urlliin. sailing for San Francisco nt
6 o'clock this evening, will carry n
lull list of cabin passengers.
llierei Is much activity nt tho Kwn
end of the harbor, due to the presence!
of an Increased number of trans Pn
rllle sliaiiiers mid deep sea craft.
With 12,Ono toim sugar, gathered at
Island noils, the American. Hnu. ill. in
j freighter Missourlnn Is schediih-il to
sail from llllo for Sullnu Cruz on
Two hundred tons coal nro going In
to the Japanese liner Hongkong Mar.i
preparalory lo tho sailing of that es
sel for Julian nnd China ports nt fi
o clock this evening.
The Run sacks of innll received In
the Wilhclmlun this morning were
rushed to tho postoltlce mid readied
tho hands of the distributors beforo
the vessel berthed.
Canada las claim to what will be
the largest drydock In tho world, on
whl li construction will start shoitly.
It will bo 1IM1 feet In length, .'17 feet
ileep, mid 137 feet width.
A consignment of "bright )oung ro
dents" who are to tnko part In 11 van
dcvlllo performance nt one of Iho lo
cal I heaters awakened much Interest
nt the Haikfeld wharf this morning
II C. Dukes, formerly surgeon In
the PnLlllc Mail liner Korea, has liecu
transferred to the Mongolia to tnko
the olllro formerly held b) C. A Mac
ki'chule, who will remain nshoro for a
The American oil tanker Roseernns
wns taken to tho Union Iron Woiks
Just before tho departuro of tho Wll
liclmlna from the Coast port. It Is
slated that many bottom plates mo
cither punctured or dented.
Iho Union Steamship Coinnnm'.i
now- liner Maunganul, from Great Drl-
tain, has in rived at Australian ports.
(ouiplellng what is claimed to bo the
longest nonstop vovngo from I,mi.
don to Melbourne, a distance! of ap
proximately 12,0110 nines, which was
donn In .11V., dnvs.
The strict eiuaiantlno ngalnst elous
fram mainland or foiclgn potts enter
ing the Territory iioaily provoked a
deluge of tears from ono thoroughly
disgusted woman passenger In the
Wllhelininn Despite the soothing ef
forts of Purser Drow, Iho fall owner
of a diminutive and homely Japanese
pug retuseii to no consoled.
START HEARING ON PHASE
OF ATCHERLEY CASE TODAY
distraction of tho marine barracks
at 1'ehrl Harbor has been tnken out
of the hands of tho Marino Corps, nnd
turiifd over to Iho Ilureaii of Yanlu
and Docks of tho Nnvy. A rnblo In
this effect was leeched by Major No
vllle, commanding Camp Vely, tills
Arriving simultaneously with thn
table la Mr. Spalding of tho Spuldlug
Const ruction Co. of I'm timid, which
Hun recently hcrured tho contract for
iho marine but racks Mr. Spalding
comes to see that the work is stalled
but, Instead of being under thn supei.
vIbIou of Captain Hanker of Iho Mar.
lue Cm m, a giaduato engineer who
wns sent hole with the Idea thut ho
would ad as ccmstiiictliig ipi.irltrmas
lei, the Job Is now under tho Navy dv-
II engineer, I; It (lu)ler, who has
charge of all othei Penil Harbor work.
Vein in 11 M git the II 11 lie till ta
Kt'l I he ."..
ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PORT
GLACIER BAHLE5 WITH HEAVY
SEAS; DAMAGE IS SERIOUS
After hmk'ng tremendous sens for
the llrst two dns out of Han iTan
eUco, being smashed an battered by
honvj gear that went ndrlft on her
decks, nnd rolling tn the nlmot un
believable extent of til degrees, the U
H supply ship Glacier was suddenly
transferred from nn ocenn meat-hound
to 11 sure enough Ocean greyhound, rac
ing the Manchuria for the last part
of the run here nnd beating her Into
port. It wns the fastest run Hint the
iliac Irr has ever made, hut It will take
several dnvs to repair the dnmsgo dnnn
by nn nnchor nnd three spare propel
ler blade", encli weighing three tons,
which cut kittenish capers on the for
The (Under left Snn IVanclsco at
nhout 11 n in, Monday, April 8 At
7 o'clock Wednesday morning she was
rolling heavily and one particularly
vicious lunge set three of the eight
spire screw- blades that ore being car
ried tn the Orient for the Saratoga,
adrift They rolled from rail to rail
before the ship could, be headed up,
tearing the steam pipes wrecking
RICE TO RESIGN;
W. II Rico, Jr., Sheriff of Kauai,
will resign his position In the near fu
ture, nccorellng to authentic reports,
and his place will bo filled by J. II.
Coney, who has been Sheriff of the
Island for many years. Rice, nrcord
Ing to tho present plans, will becomo
County Treasurer In plnco of his bro
ther, Arthur II. Rico, who resigned
some time ago to becomo n member ol
the firm of J. F. Morgan Company.
Coney, a delegate to tho Republican
Territorial Convention, will return to
Knuat this evening in the steamer Kl
nan It is expected that ho will soon
reassiimc tho chief policeslilp on tho
MR. ST. GOAR HERE
II SI Onnr of tho 81111 Francisco firm
of 12 Pnllllz cv Co arrived this morn
ing 011 the Wllhtlmlnn Mr. St Gear
mini's to the city no a combination
trip of business nnd perhaps 11 little
vacation He Is by no menus worried
mil' Hid outlook for sugur either here
or whit on) come from the hulls of
Others may circulate papers hut thn
llulletln Is ailiullleii lo lime the
I II11lt '
Wine and Liquor Merchants,
Mi:il('IIAM NKAIt TOUT STItllCT.
Jiitf&,'fct .-y. a,
woodwork mid incldentnlly, cutting
l.n!.. I.t .1 full .1,19,111 nflll ,lf Hltllllll-.
which streamed over the plnnkliigiind
I Hummed up what gqvr wns ten intact
I Thru the port anchor slipped off the
I lillllinnrii. ntul tiimir Drrlloilslv hv the
jrlng stopper, while the crew. In Im
minent danger of being squasln d lint
or cut In half, attempted to make
The (Under will coal, yppnlr her
damaged pipes and overhaul the cold
storage plant before proceeding to the
Orient She will tnke oil board he-re
10(1,000 pounds of potntoes for the
licet Captain 11 H Douglas expects
to get nvvn) Friday morning He has
nn further news of the (bet's move
ments jttucli to the disgust of the liitilie
lors the Glacier Is now n "nmrrli d
ship" Lieutenant Withers and 12iisIrii
Tipton, the only remaining liitrlif Inrs,
have bought n iiiotnrocle In self de
fense and the nn) their I1U77. wagon
Is swung nutbnarel the moment tiny
dock, leaves Captain Harlow of the
California with "nothlnn; on them"
Tho fumous Atchtrle) rase hnhhfd
up again In Judge Wliltiny's court this
morning, when hearing 011 the ti clini
cal point token recently, nflcr the Su
preme Court of the United States opin
ion was handed down, was started
The session of the court was u wry
short one and the testimony was only
of a rrellmlnnry nature The matter
has now gone ovtr until Thursday
morning next, when mole evidence Is
to be tnken
HARRY T. MOOIH2 nt the Paclllc
Coast Paper Company arrived In town
todav hv the Wllhelmlna. Mr. Mooro
Is a member of tho San Francisco Ad
vertising Association anil will lie a
guest nt the noonday lunch of the Ho
liolulu Ad Club tomorrow'.
At 2 o'clock this afternoon no word
had been leeched from the Ilrltlsh
Immigrant steamer Harpallou, which
Is bringing Spaniards and Portuguese
Tho Paclllc Mall Bleamer Persia
will berth nt Alakea wharf on arrival
fiom tho Orient am) after completing
The Oceanic steamship Sierra ar
rived nt Sun Frmielscn ut 0 o'clock
Our newly inaugurated de
livery service tor the family
trade, which the superior qual
ity of our wines and liquors has
drawn to us, includes every
portion of the city. Kaimuki on
Tuesday and Friday; Manoa
and College H!lls, Monday,
Wednesday and Saturday.-Ka-lihi
Thursday. All other parts
of the city daily. Your order
will have prompt attention.