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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, APR. 18, 1912.
Until llmplcr, o. L). i:.
S. - lliiriil.ir.
Honolulu Second Hogn-i'.
lliiviiill.in-'Ililril Hi en f.
1 1 oiiol u til Chapter, It, A. Mn
I tegular, , ji. in.
Oceanic 'I bird llcgric,
"I'M p. in,
Harmon) (huplcr n. I, 0.
1'. S. Itcgulnr.
AH Tliltlnt mmtrs of tkn
Order art eordUMr InTlttd te
attend meetings o( local ld
Meet on thr
Snd mill llli
lit KM'. Hull
7tS0 T. M.
wm. iiciuM.i: i.onui:, o. b,
u. ii r.
&&. Meets miry 2nd nnd 4lh Fatur-t'J5-jlI;'v
eviulng nt -30 o'clock III
Kffljl! i.l I Hull, cnr. Kurt ami
XuS' Iten-intilu. Visiting brothers
cordl.ill) in vlt.-.l to attend.
a i tiKin "., c c.
F. F. KlI.IiKV, K. II. S.
honoi.um; i.oihii. cie, u. r. o. e,
Honolulu Lodge No C1C
II I O F.lks, meets In
their hall, on King St.,
near Tort, In cry Friday
evening. Visiting Urotli-
era are cordially Invited
a i: Mrui'HY. i: n.
ii nrNsiini:, sec
(iahu j.owh: m). i, k. ot r.
Meets every first nndi third Frl
j day at 7 30 o'clock, l'j thlan
' Hall, cbrncr lleretnnla and
Kort streets. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited 1o attend.
S DKCKKIt, C. C.
o. imixi:. K. ot 11. & S.
HAWAII VX Till UK NO. 1, I. 0. 11. 31,
Meets every first nnd third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hall, I. 0. O. F.
building VPntlng brothers
cordially Invited to attend
HfiNRY A ASCII, Sachem
LOUIS A I'KRKY, C. of H.
HONOLULU AEIIIK 110, 1'. 0. K.
"JrTfO Meets on second und fourth
Jr&i Wednesday evening of each
.&' month nt 7 30 o'clock. In
San Antonio I nil. Vineyard
street, near Kninia Visiting brothers
are Invited to attend
WM. JON'nS, W 1
J W ASCII, Secy.
HOMILI'LU I.OIM1H M). SOO,
I,. 0. 0. M
.will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Fort street, near King, every Friday
evening nt 7 30 o'clock.
Visiting biothers cordially Invited
AMUROSi; J. WIHTZ, nictator,
K. A. JACOHSON, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
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LOCAL STEAMER PREDICTED WILL
ENTER FANNING ISLAND TRADE
British Syndicate Has Representative Who Is Dickering for
Suitable Vessel Spanish and Portuguese Immigrants
On Harpalion Are Detained On Board Pending Filing of
Bond Few Inter-Island Departures.
A local steamer of fair tonnage, It
in predicted, win be secured as a pan
predicted, will be secured as n pas
,gcr- and cargo-carrier to operate
tween Fanning and Washington Isl
amis and Honolulu,
A representative of tho big llritlsh
sndlrate, bneked up by a million del
hrs, gold, is understood to have Indi
rectly nppro.iched one or more local
parties within the past feu weeks with
u possible view of the purchase out
right or :i lease of a wiltublu vessel
for this trade.
'I ho Rale of Wnshliiglnn and Fan
nine Islands by Futhcr Rouglui, It is
slated on excellent authority, mil
have been comploted at the end of the
The matter of transportation for
supplies an well ns the shipment of
ropra Is a matter that has received
serious conshh-ratlon Iry those who
have been at work closing the ibnl.
Ii 1h staled that the prnseut Inten
tion is to socuio a vessel of fair ton
nage, operateil liv coal or fuel oil. ca
liable of taking two hundred tons co
pia as cargo and, In addition, possess
ing passenger accommodation for
about a dozen persons.
running Island lies to the south
uniil of Honolulu aboilt a thousand
miles A vessel possessing fair en
gine, equipment ought to cover tho
distance In live days. According to
the plans set forth In Loudon nnd re
ceived here, tho Intention Is to opor
ato the vessel on a schedule which
would Insure at least six round trips
between Fanning nnd the Hawaiian
Islands each year. The vessel bo pl.ic
ed would, It is understood, be expect
ed to carry all Riipplles as well as em
ployes for the llritlsh table conipany,
which has u relay station at Fanning.
At least one w ell-know i," vessel now
111 port has been mentioned as a pos
sibility for this servlre.
Dynamite Used to Free Rosecrani
liynutnlle was used to free the
American tanker Hoseeriins from her
position on Hie rocks off the Southern
California ro.isl. according to reports
brought to this cltv in tho Wllhclmi-
1 he Asioilatcd Oil Company's tank
er llohccrans, which went ashoro at
Fort San I.uls three weeks ago, arrlv
ed at San Franc isco In tow of tho com
paio's tug Navigator, hating been
floated after salvage operations that
are considered lemnrkahle by sblli-
plngmen Tho work of getting the
steamer off Into deep water was In
chnrgo of Fred J. Irlst, superintend
eut of construction of tho Associated
Oil Conipany, nnd Captain T. 1'. II
White-law, tho veteran wreqker, whoso
ethers and gear wore used.
Iho Itosecrnus wns found to he
tlriuly wedged on the rocks and it
wns decided that the only way to get
her free from her tcntncloiis lied
would bo to resort to using dynamite.
Although this was a dangerous opera
tion It was cairled out without dam
age to tho wrecked vessel. Tho divers
Inserted light charges and llnnll)
cleaied tho steamer. Tim lugs Sea
Hover and Navigator towed on Iho
Hosecinus for two days until sho came
off nt high water.
Upon her anlvel tho damaged ves
sel wus taken to tin, Union Iron
Works She will be do docked In a
few dns lor a Mine) when It will bo
able to tell lust how badly sho is dum
uged. It is believed that a number of
her bottom plates nro punctured to
siilIi an extent that they will have to
bo leplaeed. while others that aro den
ted will have to ho repaired.
Marama Crowded with Passengers.
The Cnnadlun Austiullau liner Mn
rnuiii, fiom Aiihtiallau ports, is crowd
ed with pusseiiKeiH In tho soveial
classes, nu oidlng to n cable lecelved
at I lu tigenc) of T II. Uavles A: Co.,
tlie local lepresentntlM's foi tho line
Tlieio Is a health) list of npplUnllonH
foi iiauhporlullnn to Iho Coast at the
downtown ollltn heio, tho gieator
iiiinihii or which are believed to be
loomed to dlsnppolntinent so far as
gaining passage In this vessel for llrit
lsh Cohiumbln Is concerned. Tho Ma
in mi Is expected to nrrlve at Hono
lulu on Tuesday, in muling u present
Southern California Wants Revenue
Tin need or a lovenuo cutter to pa
Irol the Coast liom Santa llarbara to
Hun lilego is shown In Iho work ac
complished by tho rovenuo cutter
Hear, whldi has made two tilps to
San I'edio reitutl) to secuio mi en
lorceineiit of the maritime and naviga
Kauai Sugar Cargo Received.
With the arrival of tbu Inter-Islnnd
steamer Nllhaii, COSH sacks or sugar
were received fiom Kauul poits. The
BE MOVED DY M0VER8'
CO. (Jas. H. Love)
.vessel took on cargo nt Ahuklnl nnd
' leaving that port over 33.00C
b,Ncis on ,,t. rullrn trip.
on leaving thai port over 33,000 sacks
sugar were reported left behind. Tho
Mauna Loa an Arrival from Hawaii,
Hringliig soon sacks sugar, tho In.
ter Island steamer Mauna I.oa is an
tin 1 al from I'uunluu and Hoiiu.iuo
This vessel is now taking 'op it uiilH
meut of general mcichnudf'so and will
lie given prompt despatch til nig Is
The leader of a gang of smnll bo)
who hnw been umiislug themselves
b I browing rocks nt people passing
will take a trip to the Heform School
this afternoon, lodge Whitney so de
ciding In the Juw-nlte Court today.
They recently vented their sport on
a man who passes thiougli tne Kaka
nko dlsttlct regularly every night. As
ii preludo thoy tilled n tin can with
stone and when he drove by pulled a
string, eiuptjlng tho stones on top of
the mules, which bolleil.
Not mulshed with this, they attack
ed the man himself n few nights nso
and haul) bruised him This after
noon the gang attempted to 11 x the
blame nil one of the members but the
Judgo would not bdievo llils. "You
tell mo tho truth," he told tho leader.
"or I will send )ou to tho reform
school." The boy denied that ho had
thrown mi) stones, as did all tho otli
They thought better of it, however
after the Judge bud ordered them all
to tho school. Kveiitunlly the leader
wns sent down und the others lire to
come up touioriow ulfi-rnoou
Mrs Frank Wilbur of llostnn, own
er of the Jupaueso pug dog which the
Territorial authorities Insist on keep
ing in quarantine, lias not declined to
Inml from the Wllhelmliia until tho
eniilnu pet is nl lowed to land with lion
nor mo nirs wiiinir anil tho clog go
ing to stay on the Wllhelmliia.
au a mailer or met, tliu pug wns
ipiartered out at the anlmnl quaran
tine station H'sterdny, und Mrs. Wil
bur Is a guest of tho Young Hotel,
whoro she was registered on tho day
of the steamei's nnlvn!, Inst Tuesday.
(Jvcr this manor of tho dog und tho
iliinriintlmt regulations u morning pa
per not only mlsstuted fuels yesterday
and repeated misstatements today, but
pinceil Mrs. Wilbur and other iiioiu.
bei 8 of the parly which nrrived heio
with Mrs. lleorge I'ullmiiii of Chicago
in u position that is resented by them
mid their friends,
Mrs. I'ullmaii Is not (ho owner of
the dog, although she has been repre
sented as such by the morning paper.
And Mrs. Wilbur, although sho Is sor
ry that her pet must remain ut the an
lmnl quarantine station, lins not re
fused to come aslioio nt this port.
Mrs. Wilbur Is still n guest nt tho
Young, It was said at the hotel this
ninnilng. Tho other inemhers of tho
Pullman patty have gone out to tho
Mouna It was reported this morning
that Mrs. Wilbur may tnko tho Vol
cano t lit. leaving on tliu Wllhulmlun
this afternoon iitifi o'clock, hut not bo
causo of the quuriintlnu rule.
Caplnlu Johnson of tho Wlllielmlna
said toduy thut Mrs. Wilbur bus nl no
llmo wished to ho placed In tho light
of opposing the law, although she re
grets that her pot dog will have to ho
kepi In qiini anllne. Captain Johnson
nnd .Mrs. Wilbur visited tliu anlmnl
qiininntluo Hint Ion yesterday afternoon
and tho Captain said this morning that
Mrs. Wilbur Is satisfied the dog will
be woll lukeii enro of,
Tho stories given publicity havo
been very unfair. It Is Insisted, und
have caused cmhuirussuicut to a par
ty of distinguished touiists who aro
In the Isluuihi on u pleasure trip.
Dr. Norgaard, Territorial veterinar
ian, spoko to tho (lovcrnor In refer
ence to the matter und was Informed
thut the control of the quaiantlnu lies
In tho bunds of tho Hoard of Agricul
ture und Forest!)'.
"It Is up In Iho Hoard," stilled tho
Governor this morning, "and I told
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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10 3 48 I 6 V BIT lilt" 517 051 1 .'. II
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' tun to mi m tuUai osmoai
t T3 t oualiitf' isl orinno
Now moon April 17 ut 1 UU a ni
Temperatures 0 a m . fiC, 8 a in.,
C9, 10 u in, 71. noon, il, lululiiium
lust night CI
lluiometer nt S a m, 30 11; dew
point at 8 a in, G3, lelatlve humidity
nt 8 n m., 'ill, absolute humidity nt 8
ii, in., C 2.".S
Wind 6 a in, velocity 2, direction
X K ; 8 n in., velocity 2, direction S.;
10 it. in, velocity 4. direction S W.j
noon, velocity 4, direction N K
Total wind piovemeut for past 21
hours, l-'!l miles.
Ithlnfall for past 24 hours, 37 Inch.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchants'
Thursday, April 18. '
VICTqiilK r- Snllcd. Apill T, S. S,
Zenllindla ror Honolulu.
MONTUKI3Y Arrived, April 17, S
l( S, .Win. Vt IlerMiyheiice April II
J'OIIT TON'SIINU Arrived, A
18, BChr. Alice Cooke,' hence March
CAI.Cl'TTA Arrived. April fi. S. S
Cleveland, hence via ports.
MAHHKONA Sailed. April 17, bk,
It. I' Itlthet, for San Fiauei-io
SUVA, FIJI' Sailed. Apt II 1, S S
Marama, for Honolulu
1IH.O Sailed, April 18, S. S ll)n
deH, for Kdanapall,
AT THE PORT
Tho Amnrlnan nil looker f P ll,.i-.
rin fjvliJcli Allied from Honolulu cm
April "Jin. arrived ill Monterey )ester
ilar. ' '
The Persia sailed for San Francisco
last evening talcing but h Jew layover
The Mntson steamer II) ados Is ex
peeled lo sail from Illlo for Sail Frnn
The next mail lo nrrlve from tin
Coast is duo In Iho Nippon Muru Tiles
Tho Williolinlna, sailing for Illlo
this evening, in siheduled to return lo
this port early Sunday morning.
Mull leaving In the stenmer Persia
)esterdny afternoon Is expected to
lencli tlie Coast 1 uesduy mom lit.
A visit lo outlying bird Islands will
lo mndo by tho United Stutes levenue
cutler Thetis, which sufled last even
lug An 18-day voyage Is recorded for
tho Ameilcau schooner Alice Cooke,
winch arrived ut Fort Townsend to
The Claudlue, snlllng for llnwall
ports this evening, will cniry a fair
sized list of passengorH ami n gcnciu:
To dlscharira 1000 tons mainland
cargo, tlie Mutson liner Wlllielmlna
will depart for Illlo nt f, o'clock this
Tho barkeiitlno It. 1. Itlthet, with a
full shlnmunt of suirnr destined for
San Francisco, sailed from Mnhukoim
taking a few passengers and n gen
eral cargo tliu Steamer W. 0. Hull do-
pailed for Kaiitil portn ut ! o'clock last
A mall will bo dispatched for San
Francisco In Iho Pacific Mall liner Un
ion, scheduled lo lenvo this pint next
The Inter-Inland steamer Wnllele
has huen placed on Iho berth (o sail
for Houokaa ami Kiikulhaelo tomorrow
According to ndvlces recolved by
Castle & Cooke, the Matson Nnvlga
Hon freighter llyades left Illlo for
Tho llrlllsh steamship Haipallou,
with l.rit)0 Iminlgrnnts, Is moored nt
Quarantine wharf pending further ex
amination of passengers.
Cnptnln William Flliuer Is believed
to bo in command of tho .lupauese lin
er Nippon Muru, now en louto from
Sail Frunclseo to Honolulu.
Sailing In ballast, tho American
srhilnner A. II. Johnson was sent to
sen yesleiilay ufteinoon, The vessel
was towed outsldo by the tug Intrep
id. Tlie Johnson will iclurii lo tho
Sound for lumber.
'I Inn's no iiv.ui n woninii couldn't
inuriv hv pre tending how sho nduihed
his liialux ami inloied his couiuge
lleiuy Miner of Lnncaster, O, has a
piece of hologii.i sausage that Is 3:
)ears old He had put It 111 Ills trunk
flixli ut Hie time his partner In IK"
hutihei InisliiexH died nnd It was left
time untoiu In 1 until last wctlc, Thn
bologna lias pi ti Hied, hut bus the up
P'lii.iiue oi having Just been made.
: : -j. !
Dr. Norgaard this when ho enmo to
bee me about it. I bellevo Hint ho hns
spoken lo several of tho inoinliorH and
thoy decided Hint thorn would bo no
exceptions to tho lnvv. Fiom all ui-
counts tlie dog is doing very well In
lllitory dating from nwny hack to
the time of King Kninchiiini'lin HI wns
ilug out In Judge Whitney'" court this
morning during the lie.iilng of the ru
inous Atchtrley case, In which tlie Kn
plolalil IMute Is proc(fdlnK ngiilnst
.Mary K. Atchcrley, cluliulng the own
ership of mound now occupied h) I.cv'
crs . Cool.e as u lumber )nnl
JObti I'pe. who stated that he was
rimevvhere over sixty )mrs old. told
tlie court under eross-exuinlnatlun
something or the stale of tilings In
Honolulu when lie was n child Jinny
of the Interesting old customs were
In Vogue then, such ns one which re
quired thul n servant should not Ionic
nt the chiefs unless be was Kent for to
John wns vcrj vnmie ns to nctunl
dates, however. "Time," he told Iho
court, "did not matter In those dns
e uhl not tnlce nnv piutlcuhir notion
of how mull) cnrs went h) " He told
or how nrter the death of his own
chief nnd later of the chlefess, King
Kiilnkaua hail scut the fondly nwuv
from the house In Honolulu where tliev
lived ror such a long lime He stated
however, that he could still remem
ber where tills house wns situated
The ciiku Im likely to lust for mime
time yet. ns there are n number of wit
nesses to put through nnd It tnkes n
long time to cstnhllxh the iiccisxuiy
facts and dates with vvlluessei. of John
Aigument In the Kalvvlkl linmi stead
en"c i Is till. log ii long time mill It In
thought that all lod.iy will he iiteded
to lllllfh pii-mntlug the facts In the
Supreinr Court Iitpul) Atlorne) (li n
mm I Arthur (i Hiullh iirRiitd fin time
hiiiiix VHl'iUii) und Attornev li tvlit
of lulu lined up tin- e.vlui Imiir
Thh inornltig the) starli-il In again.
and II In, J, id as though there would
be mmthcr Cull d.i taken up
The homi-slf ,ii)h me at ICalwihl mid
u limn ii.iintil Hi tidi-i Mill Is In hi log
the I.l ii lit or llii- uttiicU It will Iwie-
iiieiuliiMil th.it when the mutter whs
liefnie Hie Illlo lourt, evidence wus
blouglit out lo show that thy kejhnlo
or llcnlersoiis unuse hau been stopped
up with putt) and that he hud not been
there for some considerable time Tim
decision In the case Is one of the nioul
Important that will be handed ilftwn
hv I lie Supreme Court, ns on It de
pends whither or not tbe hind laws
shall he Changed.
iUH rre.'iwil linliiv lie Aleviiinli.p
A ll.ililwlu 1 1 i-i t 4.i'3 sugar M'na In.
sikiii. iioiiiiih or raws asKiug tnut ug
Uie, uctid as mi Iniiuidl.itt- viuiiiliis
on Die IikiiI Hiigui in. il kit Tlie tu.ir
l.i t Iuih in edeil a Hthuullls hadl). mill
triiilliig has been hi ic-k foi weeks with
the last tew d.i)s p.u tic ul.il Iv dull nnd
ln-nt IkIi 1 he news, hnwevii. at unco
storied lindhig, though (be full effnt
of it will piiilubl) not be Kit n until
wold lohii nf iictuul sahs at that
tlgure or Im tter.
It, III, . li l.ii.llil-, llltle wrin ilnllll.
Souii llawulPin CouiuKrcl.il ut 4t,
Oalni at -'sr.O. (i It .v.- I,, nt 17U and
Olnll ut 7 r.ll were noted
Al llu, t.yelinliifi, uw.klnn Itnltiv Wtil
ulna stieiiKthi-iied to l'lO nnd (linn to
i 70, wlille llaiviillin commercial ui nt
iVii r.d , elilM fi hleili, I'toiif,., tvnu lli-m
at 3 S r.ll Fifteen share h of the si-hhuu
sold Kekahu biouglit J3l0 a share and
Oahu was stioug lit 29.
After hehiir out for a short norlod.
tin- Jim hi (be I.ojiez euse that has
bun ht hue the reilernl Court for the
last two weiks. nnd In which the prls.
oner Ik iuiumiI of linvliig loinmltlid u
statuloi 1 1 line, biought hi u veidlet
of not guilt)
'llu d fi lihi nut tin hv I.iitcz was
that he was not at the place when the
Japaiii-He wiiuiiu states he was. iiml to
nils i ml In- liiouglit witncKHcs to iiovo
II l)eiuiv I'ulteil Stntis lll-lilcl At
loinev c (' Hitting appeaiid fur the
Kowiiinii-ut mid Atlorne) Lion Hlnluss
foi tin ilefimliinl.
Suspension of senteiie u Tor thirteen
months wus tliu dee Islou which Judge
Mom.aii.it handed down this inonlng
to Muiy Davis, of Ivvllel, for keeping
a dlsoidcrly bouse Tlie piosecutlon
sluteil that while Qiilnu, counsel for
tho dereiidiint, wus iigieeahlo lo the
lining of his client for live dollnrs
nuclei the e bin go, llrown thought It
was a bad pieeedent to Ut the do-femlant-
go at that small tine. He
suggested that suspension of sentence
was more Batlsfaitoiy to tho nroso.
ciitlon undoi the clrcuiusiunces, and
the court grunted the leuuost
Hvldeiice of ii pest of v h e In the
Killuuiko illstlkt h.is I,,-, i, .,,,,,,,! l.i
Judge Wldtiie) tbionuli Xh mj .
mini, who bioiihlit Hi-vunl ghls lie
fdle hilll )estiilav llfliruooll ill the
Jiivinile 'uuit Tin- (,ti,r , ,, i,y
till 111 In bud inullidl. lint It tt lullevid
Unit lliile Ih 111, Me In lillnl nml that
when i vide iii. IhnuiihI vvhnleNuluhe
clllitluu will be slmwu
MUTINEERS TO BE LANDED
WHEN HARPALION !S FREED
Portuguese and Spanish Immigrants
who nrrived In the llritlsh steamship
lturpnllou .vestciday are still kept In
strict quarantine. Throughout tho
morning soveral unsuccessful ami
more or less frantic attempts were
made by the more nudaclous relatives
nml friends of Immigrants In thin cit)
lo gain the deck of the steamer, which
Is now moored nt Quarantine whnrf.,
An the visitors In launch or rowbont
ncarod the Infested ship, a strong
guard wns Invariably thrown out
which succeeded in repelling nil
The Hnrpnllon crowd has, neverthe
less, managed to keep good-nnturted
notwithstanding their enforced deten
tion under imcli tnntnllrlng clrcum
The Immigrants, numbering nearly
I'iOO, from Portugal and Spain, nre not
ciunrautlned at tlia Instance of thr
I'edernl Government. Dr. Trott'-r,
port physician, whole not having gran
led the vessel pratique, has declared
that Hie Hnrpnllon passengers aro not
suffering from any Federal quarantln
able maladies. On board Hie vessel
at the present time nro nearly one
hundred cases of Illness, ranging from
threo cases of diphtheria to forty
cases of inenslcs. Tho United Slates
medical ofllccts passed upon the Immi
grants yesterday and the Harpalion
and her human freight Were then turn
ed over to the Territorial health au
thorities, who are by law required to
quarantine tho vessel nnd her passen
gers, for the present nt least.
Who Will Pay the Piper?
Captain V. T. Pope, master' of the
Harpalion, came across the harbor and
called at tho otllce of T, II. Dnvles &
Compah'y this looming and then fol
lowed n series of conferences with tho
representatives of sovornl branches of
Federal and Territorial Covernmentii
nnd the steamship's agency. Tlie rep
resentatives for tho steamship tnko
the stand Hint Inasmuch ns tlie llnr
palloii Is now being detained at the In
sluncn of the Territorial (loveriiment
nnd not by the Instruction of the Fed
eral quarantine service, tho Tcrrllor)
of Hawaii should rigidly settle nil
claims made for tho maintenance of
the largo number of immigrants.
There is an expense of fiO cents per
day for each person kept In quaran
tine and this 'nmount must bo paid to
tbo Culled States Government. Inas
much ns tho immigrants will bo kept
at tbe Fedeinl station, since tho Terrln
tory hns no such Institution available
The contention Is raised by tho Fed
eral reprtscnlntlveH that the big claim
Involved In tho "keejl" of the 'Wllles
den passongei'H lias lienor been settled
cither by the steamship uvvnem or the
Territory of Hawaii. This time, It Is
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Wine and Liquor Merchants,
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said, Undo Snm will look well lo tho
rcsponslbllll) of his debtors, beforn
(he Harpalion Iminlgrnnts nro permu
ted to step ashore from the s'hlp to
Quarantine Islnnd, According to Cni
tnln Pope, there Is nothing In tho liar
pnllon's charter that calls for saddling
the ndded expense of mnlntnluliig the
Iminlgrnnts upon tho owners after ar
Tho Harpalion has not yet officially
entered the port so far as complying
Willi tho customs regulations nre con
cerned. Tho vessel has 480 tons cur
go. Including shipments of pig iron,
cement nnd canned provisions for dis
Captain Popo was In consultation
with the llritlsh Consular representa
tive nt this port Ibis morning concern
ing tho disposition to be mndo of two
rebellious Chinese firemen who mudo
nu unsuccessful attempt upon his life
white the Ilariallon was ploughing Iho
high seas off South America,
Mutiny on the high seas is a very
Berlous olTengc. The Chinese wuio
this morning still confined to the Hnr
pnllon brig, heavily Iron. Ono Is de
clared to bo n desperate character.
One of the mutineers Is said to have
received a bullet wound in the ntlempt
made by an officer to disarm him. ho
being alleged i havo wielded a heavy
Iron bar In an assault upon the skip
per. The local staff or customs Inspect
ors contemplate sciino busy times
when tho vast quantity of bnggagc and
pcrsonnl effects belonging to the Im
migrants Is finally released. This
buggagu must go under a thorough
fumigation before being turned over
to the customs bouse, j, t
AD CLUB LUNCH
Although Its turnout was not large,
the Ad Club luncheon this noon was
u Very Instructive session Harry T
Moon nl the Pacllle Coast Papir Coni
pany. nnd n number of the H.m I'liin
ilwii Advertising Association, wiih u
gin st nt the lunch In uu Informal
talk lie told of tumic of the wink etoiie
by tbnt org!inl7atlnn to develop the
staiiilaidH of advertising ami also si -euie
the uiiiiuul convention of the Ail
M-rtlsIng Clubs of America fur S.m
Fraiielxe-o In 1913.
One of tlie schemes used by n mem
ber of ,the Sun Francisco eluli to get
the drift of business hentlment on nd
VertlslHg, nnd llius get down to wlint
the Wn needed, wart 'to send 'I'lieh
nKmlier o( the ol till a request to give
his definition of ndv'ertlflng, Thus Wus
n n)'ilpoluin tiCvlews ohtiiuei) (hut
eli.lbl'iil the club to bei-t ilrtcrmliiH Its
liHjhoil of operutlon In order to me. t
Hie needs nnd hold the Interest of Hh
OuV newly inaugurated de
livery! service for the family
trade, ivvhich the superior qual
ity of diir wines and liquors has
drawiv to us, includes every
portion of the city. Kaimuki on
Tuesdhy and friday; Manoa H
anu uoiiege mis, Monday,
Wednesday and Saturday; Ka
lihi Thursday. All other parts
of the city daily. Your order
have prompt attention. O
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