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T 2 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1912. '
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lliiiinltitii third llcgnp.
llniiolulii ( hnpUr, II. . M.
Ori-milr I lrt Rnrroo.
lliiriunii) Chapter No. I. 0
V.. S. Regular.
Ml Tliltlox memBarn ol Ur
Order ar cordially lnvlttd tft
attend meetlnra of locM Iad(M
Meet on I hi'
'-'ml nml ttli
n( K.l'. Hull
7:30 V. M.
illRINF FMRIHttnP Members of
BENEFICIAL ASSnCUriOH. "wion. E
1VM. McKIM.KY I.OIint, M). 8,
K. of 1
Moots oory 2nd and 4tli Satur
day evening nt 7.30 o'clock in
K of r Hull, cor Fort anu
llerotanla Visiting brothers
lly lnitcil to attend.
A V. Qi:itTZ, c. c.
r V K1L11UY, K. It. 3.
iiooiiUi.u Loixii:, cm, n. v. o. 1:.
IS-' Vi Honolulu lxidgo o oil.
NV yjO. V. 0 Uks, meets li.
near Fort, every Friday
evening. Visiting llroth
era aro cordially Invited
a b Mrni'iiY. c n.
II DUNSIIEU, Sec.
.ARPftOPX'LY SA XMfrYii&lWriWWiKe
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rF mx 17 r cix
1 stonm and sail craft to carry surtlclcnt
lifeboats for all passengers and crew
, wns llio Inconllvo IhrougJi which a
general lnspoctlon of llio hoats, raits
imd other Rear carried In the Sherman
Tin' troopship Is soon to have n
much larger number of hoats Installed
on her upper docks following tho rub
Iiir from lohn K. llulgor, supervising
Inspector at Han rrnnclsro.
Oltlcors In tho Sherman state that
Colonel Knight, tho San Francisco su
perintendent of tho United States Ar
my transport service, had ordered a
score or more now boats for tho
trniis-l'aclfle transport fleet.
Sugar on Hawaii.
According to reports received with
tho nrrlval of llio Inter-Uland steam
er Wallelo. the following sugar is
awaiting shipment on Hawaii: I 'a
(Additional Shipping on Page 6)
"MM OVERBOARD!" WAS THE CRY
Huge Transport Stopped In Her Course, and Enlisted Infan
tryman Rescued in Eight Minutes Mauna Kea Brings
Word of Contemplated Race of Windjammers to the
Mainland Railway Wharf An Animated Place These
O.U1U J.ODfli: NO. 1, K. of 1'.
Meets every first and third Frl
j day at 7 30 o'clock, I'ythlau
Hall, corner Herotnnla and
Fort streets Vlbltlng brotheri
cordially Invited to attpnd.
V A HAWKINS, r l
Q liniNi;, K. of It. & 8.
HAWAIIAN Tltllir. NO. 1, I. 0. II. M.
Meets every first and third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hall, I. O. O. F.
building. Vlritlng brothers
cordially Invited to attend
IIKNRY A ASCII, Sachem.
LOUIS A. l'KRRY, C. of It
' Mnn iierl)oard!"
This was the fearful er that hoiiiiiI
d from the bridge of the I'nltcd
Stales Army transport Shermnii when
that bout wns three days from the
pori of llniiolulii. It concentrated tho
attention of practically the entlro list
of n thousand and more cnbln and
troop passengers to the sldo of tho
In the water, managing to keep
afloat by menns of large air life-pro-
-errors that had been flung Into tho
-oa was an enlisted man belonging to
i he 1st Infantry, whoso frantic calls
lor nsslstnnro added to the general ex
Ship Ena to Figure In Exciting Race.'
A rnco with Its starting point nt
Hllo nml ending nt Delawnro llrrak-
water Is planned between tho ship
John Una, now completing tho loading
of HURnr at tbo Hawaii metropolis and
tho bark Fooling Suey. commanded by
Captain llletts, which vessel raised
her mudhooks from Mnhukonn anchor.
ngo on last Wednesday. The Fooling
Suey sailed with n full cargo of sugar
(icBtlned for the east coast of the Inl
iJeforc getting away, Captntn Wll-
lctts of tho bark and Sklpiicr Olcsen
of tho ship .lohn Din Intimated that
there might be a possibility of a raco
between tbo rival windjammers In
getting their valuable cargo of sugar
around tho Horn to market. Tho Una
railed with 4500 tons of It, while tho
Fooling Suey departed with something
less, being a smaller vessel.
Willi tho departure of the linn from
Hllo that harbor will soon nrescut a
rather deserted appearance. The!
schooner Prosper and barkontlno Kllk
foots belonging to the First Infantry: "K. nrp 'f 'mrgiig urn nor ai mo
Is u mntter of much loncoin to those ,r" n,y w,mrf' ttllil, ''"'. "'J'8"" llm'r
i iiuuiniiiiii vunri'irtMi iiiki'ii mi hii
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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BLiaA m B Lm m, B aLB LBaLr Hal
m -Wm liaaaB aa aka aaaaaaaV , aaa aa -aaaaa Iaaaaa
M aHaaLn m lV
should be nt Alnken wharf not later
than 8 30. It Is the present Intention
In dispatch the vessel for San t ran
olsco on or about fi o clock
evening of the same day.
Tho Manchuria has room for about
seventy cabin passengers.
si.im,r Kauai Here for Repairs.
To undergo a general overhauling.
plr.-inlnir nml reiia In ng. the inter-isi
and steamer Kauai, which has boon
..intl.n,l nl lllln wnu Knot to HollO-
lulu and arrived bore yesterday.)
This vessel goes on tho local marine,
railway for Ikt overhaul preparatory
to tho annual Inspection. The Kniml
brought three thousand Backs sugar
end a small quantity of sundtlcs.
rtarkentlne Loadlnn at Mahukona.
Tho barkcntlno Hawaii Is reported
iir loading sugar at Mnhukonn. This
pnalon lC.r.00, Ookala nG."3, Kukalnn essel Is expected to soon uepan lor
W.o. Paaullo 31,700, Paanhau 12,700, tho mainland.
Honokna C.'OO, Kukiilhnelo Cr.OO sacks.. "
m The Intcr-Islnnd steamer Unit got
M.hnpi. Fari Arrival Tue.dav. nwny for Kauai ports yesterday even
Tl. 71ln llnll llnnr Mnnril.urln Itlg With n fair list of OnSSCtlgerS, tt.
Willi two thousand Ions Oriental mer- Into mall nnd general cargo.
nlinhillun tif iMunlinrrn nl lit la lrttl I
will bo an early nrrlval on Tiiesdnyl Tbo Oceanic steamship Sierra Is Thc Sherman will tnkc In several,
morning, according to the receipt of sailing for San Francisco nt 10 oclncK lHI(1rc(1 tons coal dm lug her tftny nl
& jolzs vi j? - s
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I.ncl qunrtrr of tbo moon May 8.
OUUS ANU tNUIJ
AI 11 FUKI
lalo wireless messages nt the office of Wednesilny morning with only n falr-
IJ. Hnckfcld K. Co. bizcu list oi caiim pu-ineiincin.
Tho Mnhchiirla, from Mnnlln by tho'
way of Hongkong and .Innati ports. Bniltl Want Ad will find It.
who have tho movement of tho equip
ment In charge. Tho Shermnn was
crowded with passengers on hor nr
rlval from INirHnntl this morning.
In addition to tho big list of nlllcers,
their families nnd enlisted men who
disembarked nt this port, tbo Sher
man cnrrles a fair list of cnbln and
stccrnge passengers who nro destined
for Manila, I'hlllpplno Islands.
Colonel (!. K. .MtOonnoglo wns llio
ranking ofllcer on board during the
ongo from Portland to Honolulu. He
Is In command of the 1st Infantry.
HOMIM'M' AKIIIK 110, I'. 0. K.
Meets on second and fourth
. Wednesday evening of each
Mnnlh n 7 flO r'fnif In
,W"' ,,.,, ..I. . .. w ........ ...
w K of P Hall, corner Fort
and nerctaula Visiting brothers aro
Invited to attend.
W.M. JONES, W. P.
J. W. ASCII, Secy.
IIO.MIM'I.U I.OIKIE NO. 600,
1,. 0. 0. M.,
will meet in Odd Fellows' building,
Fort street, near King every Friday
evening nt 7 30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially -invited
AMBROSE J. WIRTZ, Dictator.
K. A. JACORSON, Secretary.
DCAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at the
"THE V7ERY LATE8T IDEAS IN
MUlintry Parlors. Boston Dlook
I Thc MticBt 8ort of weather was re
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i..: i,.i i. .,iin7i ! n, i...,i. B" roast. The Shermnn picked up
with n slight Illness, and his Ummatlotl'il0 .' '"0' ""'
icseiie, proved to ho n topic upon
which nil hands Indulged In much
In some ipinrtcrs It Is claimed that
the man inn along tho dock of tho
Sherman rind as ho nc:n oil the after
part of the ship about whore the hos
pital li located, resisted a detaining
baud and dovo Into the sea without n
word of warning. They think tbo uu-
foriiiuato mail was temporarily de
mented. Others who witnessed the spectacle
InslRt that tbo follow was simply
tempted to perform the stunt ns nil
exhibition of bravado. At any rato
the I'nited Stntos Army transport
Sherman, which was then stcanilir
gnr nt tho time of depnrturo of tho
Mauna Kea Back from Pleasant
Tho last round trip of the lutcr-lsl-nnd
steamer .Mauna Kea to Hllo Is de
clared as one of tho p'casantcst In her
blHtorv. The wentbor whs tint nnd
left hut llttlo to be desired. TliojH
Mauna Kea luct with light trade winds (fc
and smooth sens In irnsslng tho cliauij
Tbo Hllo liner brought a general ns
hortinciit of cargo intituling emptj'i
bottles, 2a cords wood, n.uont!t!cs nl1
vegetables, 20 i.ncks rice, 5 sacks nwa.
bales of hides. 2.10 packages sundries,
11 tins lilies, crates of turkeys and'
Purser Phillips reports passing Iholft
Inifoa in tho llnwali channel on thotJS
The co'n whiskey of the middle
West ; the Tiswin of the Apaches
of Arizona are undoubtedly pure,
but are lacking in quality.
wns turned over to tho postolllco au
thorities on nrrlval here.
Dllihlnil Danilra tn Q KI P-ietU
Ilntl I lin lifwiffw linnli uniionuufiilKtl 1I1
put to romo from tbo .looks of llio! Ic,"r 1,r,1"'. TI-" , ln"8 Ukcllkc
barkcntlno S. N. Castle? Captnln von al"' Ivululaiil nrc at Hllo.
Dahlron Is of tho opinion thnt there "
Ah n decided chnugo of luck In sloro Hamakua Sugar Heads the List.
for him and his command. According to n sugnr report brought
Tho Castlo Is lying nt anchor in Rot to port this morning by Purser Phil
ten How, where repairs aro bcliiR rush lips of the Inler-lslanil Btennier Man !
,xl In rrtnr tlifit tlm imr,,rl unnln wlnrl.. tin Knn Ihn mllnwinir Klffrnr In flUfill.i
Jammer may be ablo to get nvvny for, Ing shipment on Havvnll: Olaa 1S.1."0.! )
the Coast by tbo mlddlo or.tbo tomlng Wnlakca l5,noo, Hawaii Mill asini, lllln;
week. I Sugar Co. 10,000, Onomea 9214, Pepeo
Tho flro which visited tho craft on keo 1000, Honomii 7noo. Hnkalnu 17,
Saturday last dostrovnd n enff tmmnll. OlTi. I.aunahoehoo 20.000. Knlwlki 7.'
along In leisurely fashion on Its jour-ja mainsail, nlso n considerable. Iength000, Kukalau 4S0S, Hamakua Mill 2').-'
ney from Portland to Honolulu, was! of ropes and halyards. Tho vessel; 000. Paanhau 14,800. Honokna .'iGiio
brought to n round stop. Tho vessel I will bo fitted with new hatches and, hiiKiilhaelo 10,2.10, I'unaluu H,os&, uo-
was put about nnd tho fellow was nlso a batch strong back befora going iiunpo si,u.i sucks,
WE GIVE PURITY-Plus
,The goods you buy of us meet
Eight Stowaways Found on Sherman.
Tho Sherman was searched for
htownways on tho wny down from
hauled on deck within- eight minutes to sea.
after he had tlrst Btruck tbo briny. Willi those exceptions nothing fur-
Save a wetting, tho mnn wns saldlthor will bo dono In tbo promises,
this morning not to havo suffered any! The S. N. Castlo Is declared by tho
Ill-effects from his plunge into tbo' members of a special board of survcyl Portland, Ore., and eight members of
peaceful blue Pacific. as In every way seaworthy when thcso this selfsame gentry were discovered
Tho transport decks wero lined with repairs have been effected. Work was In vnrlous portions of tho ship. Tboy
enlisted men ns.tho vessel Ateamcd begun In tho transfer of tho copra 'were rounded up nnd sent to tho brig.
Into her berth nt tho rallwny wharf i from Miller's schooner Sailor Hoy to. The men nro to bo sont back to tho
this morning. Tho Sherman was nitho Castlo this morning. There nroi Const in ono of tho returning Army
very early arilval. (fifty tons of this enrgp, a portion of, tioopshlps nnd for that reason they
Whllo nearly ono thousand tonslw-hlch had hecomo wot by wnter from may bo left hero to await tho next
general army equipment Is going out tho nro nose.
of tho vessel nnd being transferred to
railway cars, tho troopship Is being
supplied with six hundred tons, coal,
sulllclcut to carry her to Manila.
The railway wharf presented an nnl
mated scetio this morning whllo tho
trnnsfcr of 77 cabin. 70 second SS0
In tow of two Young Urothor harbor
launches, the American schooner
Alert was hent on her wny to sen this
morning. Tho Alert has been under
going repairs to her bowsprit whllo
hero. Tbo vessel arrived on April
troop passeiiRcrs wns being effected' 28th with a full shipment of lumber,
from the Sherman to tho wharf nml 'after having collided with the sailing
to tbo waiting trains. ; vessel Uardlner City. Tho Alert Is
The disposition of the personal of- bound for tho Sound In ballast.
transport for tho Coast.
Sherman Life Equipment Overhauled.'
Tbo life-saving equipment on board,
tho United States Army transport
Shermnn wns given n gcncial over
hauling nt Ban Francisco beforo the
troopship sailed for Portland, Ore.,'
and Honolulu. I
On arrival of tho vessel at this port
this morning It was stated Hint now
orders compelling nil oceah-gdlnR
Ibis nor I.
Lumber destined tor Hllo hns left
Hnrcka In the well-known windjam
mer Mary Wlnkelmnnn.
Tho bark S, C. Allen Is reported Io
havo sailed from Fort Ilrngg with
lumber destined for Honolulu.
A number of late-arriving Immi
grants departed In tho lnter-lsland
steamer Claudlno for Mnul nnd Hnwnll
Tho Pacific Mall liner .Manchuria,
to bo dispatched for Sou Frnnelsco on
Wcdnesdny morning, will inrry tho
next mall to llio mainland.
Tho United Stales Army tiaunport
Sherman Is to shift to tho Alnkou
whnrf to load some COO tons general
enrgo nnd supplies destined for Mn
nlln. Tbo discharge of n shipment of re
frigerated meat from Maul has been
completed nnd tho little power nam
pnu Mnkcun returned lo tbo Valley
According to report rerelved here,
II. C. Howard, (or years Idcntllled with
(ho Pncillo Mali ns agent at Japanese
ports, died at Santa Ilarhaia, Cal on
San Francisco ndvlccs report tho
Malson Navigation stenmer llouolu
Inn settling on a mudbnnk In Snu
Francisco harbor on tbo occasion of
her last visit there.
The next mall duo from tho main
land should arrive In the Mntsoii Nav
igation steamer Honoliilati. This ves
sel is expected to como nlougtddc tho
Hnckfcld whnrf early Tuesday morn
ing. No nctlnn has yet been tnken by
Harbor No. Til, Masters and Pilots' As
sociation, regarding tho reported Ill
ness of "Pclorus .lack," the famous llsh
Hint frcquciitB tho danger straights
near Wellington, N. Z.
VESSELS TO AND
(Sreclal Tnble lo .Mcrclumls'
Saturday, May 18.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Mny 17,
S. S. Hllonlan, from Hllo Mny 0.
Sailed. May 18, 1:30 p. m 8. S.
Shtnyo Mnru, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, May 18, S. S.
Chlyo Mam, for Honolulu.
Ni:WC8TLK, AUS. Arrived, Mny
10, S. S. Harpallon, heneo Apr. 27.
Wine and Liquor Merchants
Merchant St., near Fort St., Honolulu
S. S. MANC1HTRIA Will nrrivo
Tuesday. 0 n. tn from Yokohama.
Temperature 0 n. m., 71; S n. in.,
74; 10 u. in., 7C; noon, 77; minimum
lust night, 70.
Wind 0 u. in., velocity 3, direction
N. B.; S n. m., velocity 5, direction
N. K.; 10 n. ni velocity 12, direction
N. E.j noon, velocity 8, direction N K.
Total wind movement for past 21
hours, 183 miles.
Daromctcr at 8 n. in., .10.10; dew
point nt 8 u. m CO; rolntlvo humidity,
8 a. in., r9; nbsoluto humidity, 8 u. in.,
Total rainfall during past 21 hours,
SALE is MONEY- SAVER for BUYERS
Bigger and Better Bargains HPHE display of goods made here during the past f . . s . f .
Wppp Npvpp Offprod two weeks brouSht many shoppers" who be Lome In ana JCine M0CJS
VYCie niever Uliervu came satisfied buyers. The prices marked on
the goods appeal to men and women with economical BE WITH THE SATISFIED
WE ARE THE LEADERS tendencies in the matter of cost of living. Broken 0NES
A ... v down is the barrier that separates quality goods from ., r . . ,
Opportunity is Yours the men and women whose incomes are limited. Your Money-Saving Chance
King St., bet. Bethel and
Nuuanu, Mauka side.
KWONG SING LOY GO.
King St., bet. Bethel and
'Nuuanu, Mauka side.
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