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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912.
LONDONER IN SECOND CABIN
TELLS GRAPHIC STORY OF TITANIC
People Thouuht Themselves to
Be Safer On Ship
MOW BOAT 13 TOOK
THE WATER WITH LOAD
Caul Game Not Distmbed By
Shock of Collision Horrible
Scenes When Ship Was
Seen to Be Doomed,
The following account of the disas
ter was gleii by Mr Ij lleaslev, a
( ninhrldgp t nlerslty man who lles
In London Mr lleasle) was In tho
second cabin and had not been men
lliin-d In the list of the sated
'The votago from (Jueenslown liiil
hen ipilet and uueieniful, ery line
weather was experlenct d and Hip sea
was finite onlm The wind hud been
weslirly lo southwislerly the whole
way but or i old, particularly the
ln1 itnv In fail .iflnr illnnnr mi Qnn
f'nv ivinlng n was ulmosl loo cold to
Le out on iln k ut all I hud bull In
my In rili fur ubout Un minutes when
at about 11 K, i, m I felt a slight Jar
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"I 'I Zta
tray hate been However, the eiiulnes
etoppeil Imm.dlateh afterwards and
my llisl thought was she had lost a
promller 1 went on the top (boat)
deck in n dressing noun, nud found
onlv a few people Dure who had come
up sliullurl) to Inipilro why shu stop
ped, but there was no Rort of anxlct)
In the minds of any one We saw
ihiiiugh the smoklngroom window a
game of uirds going on. nud went 111
to luuulre if they Know an) thing. It
pi-ems the felt more of the Jar and
looking through the window hid seen
a huge Iceberg go b close to lie side
of , boat 'Ibov thought we had jusl
rrazeel It will, a glancing blow, and the
engines had been stopped to see If mi)
n huge Iceberg go li close to the sld
damage had been done No om. of
nurse, had am conception that she "'K 'he t arpathla Immedlntol) below
hud been pierced below by part of the """ VaS tlv exlin,lst of th' "
Biibmerged Iceberg Tho game went "?I"",r"- a ''B" strenni of water pour
on without nut thought of dlsasti r. '.'"'' aM. ,ho ,l,no rr,,m "-' Mlll,,a fW"
and I retired to my tubln to read un
til wo went on ugalu I never saw any
of Hie p!aers or the ontookers again.
A little later, hearing people going up
Finlrs. 1 went nut again and found e
el) nne wanting to know why the en
fines had stopped.
.No doubt many were awakened from
sleep by tho sudden stopping of a vl-
biatlou to which they had become ac-
customed during the four days we had
been on board Natural!) with such
powerful engines as the Titanic car
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rled the vlbrntlnu was very notlctoble hard lo move among so mail) peoplo;, watching for half an hour and seeing al. (he Superintendent of 1'ubllc
all ;iie time, and the sudden stopping w' 'lttd i0 or TO on board Down wo! no chaugo In tho light, realized It wasj Works and I, A Tliurston, ropresent
hud someUiliig of tho same effect ns wcnt and present!) Moated with our! tho northern lights, ng tho Hllo ltullroad, tho application
the stopping of a loud ticking grand- ropeH still holding us, the exhaust "I'rescntly, low down on tho horizon, of tho railway for a right-of-way
father's clock In n room vashlng us away from tho Bide of the I we saw a light which slowly rcsolveu
On going on deck again, 1 saw thoro vtssel and tho swell of the sea urging Itself Into n doublo light and wo watch
was an undoubted list downward from "8 Lack again. The resultant of allied eagerly lo seo If the two lights
stern to bow, but, knowing nothing of
what had occurred, I concluded some "B parallel to the ship's side and di
or the front compartments hnd filled recti) under bont 14, which hnd filled
and weighed her down I went duwn rupidly with men nnd was coming
again (o put on warmer clothing nnd clown on us In a way that threatened
as I dressed, heard an order shouted submerge our boat
"All passengers on deck with llfo bolts "Stop lowering 14,' our crow shout
on" We all walked slowly up with c(' and the crow of 14, now only 20
them Hod on our clothing, but ovon feet above, shouted tho same. Hut the
then presumed this was a wlso procau dlstante to tho top was gomo 70 foot
Hon the captain was taking and that and the creaking pulleys must have
we should return In a short time ami deadened all sound to those above for
let Ire to bed There was a Jotal ab- down she camo "G feet 10 feet, G
senre of any panic oi any expressions feet, and a stoker and I reached up
of alarm, and I suppose this can be and touched her swinging above our
accounted for by tho exceedingly calm heads Tho next drop would havo
night unci the absence of nny signs of brought her on our bends, but Just be
the accident Tho ship was absolute fure she dropped another stokor
ly still and except for a gentle tilt sprang to tho ropes with his knife,
downward which I don't think one per- "'One,' I heard him say, 'two,' as his
son in ton would havo noticed nt Hint knlfo cut through tho pulley ropes and
time, no signs of tho approaching dls- the noxt moment tho exhaust stream
aster wore visible. She lay Just as If had carried us clear while boat 14
she wcro waiting the ordor to go on droppod Into the water, Into the spneo
again when Nome trifling matter hnd wo hnd the moment beforo occupied,
been adjusted Hut in a few moments our gumv bales almost touching,
we saw tho covers lifted from tho "Wo drifted away easll) as tho oars
boats and the crews allotted to them wore gotten out uud headed directly
standing by and curling up tho ropes away from tho ship Tho crow seem
which wero to lower them by tho pul cd to me to bo mostly cooks In white
ley blocks Into tho water. Jackets, two to an oar with a stoker
"Wo then began to realize It was at the tiller There was u certain
more serious than bad been supposed amount of shouting from ono end of
uud my first thought was to go down tho boat to tho other and discussion
nud get moie clothing and borne mun as to which way wo should go, but
oy but seeing peoplo pouring up the finally it was decided to elect tho sto
Btalrs decided that It was better to ker who was steering, captain, and for
cause no confusion to peoplo coming all to obey his orders Ho went to
up by doing so Presently wo heard work at oneo tu t,et into touch with
tho order ,tho other boats, calling to them and
"All men stand back, away from tho getting us close as seemed wise, so
boats and nil ladles retlro to next deck that when tho search boats cume In
below tho smoking room deck or II the morning to look for us, thero
deck. Tho men all stood away and would bo more chance for all to be
ugnliiBt tho end rnlllngs of the detk or rescued by keeping together It was
walking slowly up and down Tho now about 1 u in . a beautiful star
boats wore swung out and lowered light night with no moon nnd so not
from A deck When they were to tho very light. Tho sen wus us culm ns
level of 1; dock, where nil the ladies n pond. Just a gentle heave us the
xvere collected, the ladles got In unlet
y Willi tho exception of some, who io-
fused to leave their husbands In sii.no
.u.n . wen. lorn i iiioni u in
pushed Into tho boats, hut Hi many In
Btntiees they were allowed to remain
because there wua
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they should go
XT' ,r:,"i,r .hn "?
linn I A flntt fl fl nlpnAilU t llm lllilns
(JWMin !"" hiv mhvuu; in mu nuitit
II I , I ll ll I t
ruiMMiiB qioeiij. .iu, n eu ino nam
iioss. ami presently t no uoatH nenr to
mo were lowo.ed nnd with much erenk
lag us mo new ropes slipped through
the pulley blocks, down the ninety feet
which separated them from tho water.
An olllcer In uniform camo up us ono
ll.inl Ui.lll ili.tltl tld.l Ult.tlll.l IUI.S
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ou uro aflout, row round lo tho com
piiuioii iiiuuer uiiu siunu uy wun ino in do grnuncci 111 titej citstunco sho 'bourcl who reels enpnbo of oxprcsslng send uny press messugos bevond n. ' u...... . .. 1 ,,,.....
other boats for orders' looked an enormous length, her greutiln adequate terms I Is gratitude for el bur. twenty wcrnl" to J Is aSlal , T7 r. 7 1 ', , . A ",''" ,l """' """,H '""
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Mil j uniii iiiiiik any uoai was auio tu ry sgy, every port hole am sa 0011 call a In, o cerB, trow and passengeis' placing tho needs of tho urlv.it ..., 1 . .1. , . ,'.""" ""' , ', ", ,,',,. v""" '""
l.nv the otdor. wlien they wire ullont blazlnc with llebi. It w.. Imuoii,!..1,,,, i,nr,i n,n r,.,ii,i iS'J ...... I. ...It ...".VSS,"":.-11.1.0 l'"V'te pus-, ho tlmo ho gutH big ennugli to bull) I mud to i.eover p.nallles foi viola- !
nd ,he nars at work the conditio,, of ,0 Ihlnk anjlhlng could be wrong wl.hlcul.ed upon suddoi'ily In'mMoc'cn lo, 'l'uZ' '" 'rm "' """Kt olirSulnVoX'r''0 '""'iMlelt'to'llniiuw l.ile In ""l
boat was ru much1
Ivl.t nf nlnn,, fm- II...... In tl...
boats than those on board, that In
o . .w. ..... v ... .-j
common prudence the sailors saw they
louiii no uothliiK but row
sinking ship to savo nt an rate, somei
lives The) no doubt anticipated that
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wn, W I,. o nr,. .1 ,? ' ,., v I ? .
would be more than usually dangerous
"n nlV r" W""l
e'of a " s, "r .r,,
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women sobbing hystor en y such ni
one generally pictures as happening at
lni..;.r um,., i .. n. ii-.
danger hen It was realized that we.
iiiikhi uii w im'reimj in me sea wiui'
nothing but our life belts to support
im until we were picked up by passing I
steamers. It was extraordlnao how
might till be presentlj In the sea with'
itself cor:ne7S """ "0tt COm",Clt
ly self controlled.
"One In one the boats were filled
wuii niiiiiin aim ciiinireii, iiiwereu anu
rowed awa Intn the night I'resent'y,
tho word wmt uroui'ul among tho
men 'Ihe men a. e to be put In bonis'
on the starboard side i
I was on the port tthta and most of i
the men walked ucross the del k to sen ,, , , ' :, , ,i "" tnuir lie nas cnrriuu out
If this w'ns so 1 remained whore illsapiearulbeninth the waters nndjmm) taclfll nm ofreillvu moves tlial
""V1"1 presuitly heard
'""""IK over the side of tho ship, 1
Fuw ,h,' ,'oat- N" ,3 HWlnglng leel
tllili It Ab Imlf full nf l.ltn. a... I..
'I ul Iwus repca ed 'Any ; more I ' "' r""m '" ,"t'" aml omrn ln "v '" Hlmforra lih the retiring May
"'"J" ''ei, ,.ncelM1ble,ondltlonof,lreSKnIlllir Mt(.arll,y Al l(.aIiy.H ,u.1Igj;
' "" '0"p """ nii.l then one'
!".!"" tr"w 'ookeil up and said, 'Aid
ladles mi our deck, Rlr?'
No, I replied
"'Then ou hnd better Jump1
"I dropped In and fell In the bottom,
ns tbej tried, "l-ower awa ' As the
boat began to deHcelid two ladles were
pushed hurriedly through the crowd
on II deck and heaved over Into tho
bunt nml .i lmiiv ,if im. i.w.,.ii,u ..n.,.1.
down arter them Down we went tliol,rl,s "r hundreds of our fellow belnm
crew tailing to those lowering which! struggling 111 the Icy wnler, trying for
end In keep her level 'Art' 'stem i ,p'l ltli a or) that we knew could
'both together,' until wo we're some'11"1 Ul' ausweied We longed to re
"""' "'" "'"' e "ere some;-" " " ,
,c" ''T' 'm .""' ttater and here oc j"'"' and pick up Home of those swim-
:,lr1,,,,l ,llP ,nlv anxious moment we "'Ing. but this would have meant
liai' ,l,,rl,, "lp wll",,, lf "" -Pori swamping our boat unci further loss of
ence iroin leaving the deck to reach
jusi auuvc mo wnler lino. It was
lllaltl Wn llli;lit In Im miinrltv nuiv!
rrom this not to bo swamped by It
when we touched water.
"We had no olllcer aboard nor petty
clllcer or member of tho crow to tako
thargc Soon one of tho stokers
shouted 'Someone find the nln which
. ; "- ...j unilj
releases the boat from tho rope uud
"N "ne know where It was. We
'''I' as "I'll as wo tould on tho lloor
anil sides but found nothing uud It was
these fortes wus a forte width carried
boat dipped up and down In the swell;
an Ideal night extent for tho bitter
cold for anyone who had to bo out In
mo in iciuie oi mo Atiaiiuc ocean 111 an es. deadly white, still, and peaked In were supplied Individually by passei .
open boat u way that had easily suggested nlgers Herlhs were , g Iveii nii I by men
"The taptaln Btokor told us that hoUthooner Wo glanced around the ho 'who slept cm the smoke loom floo or
" ":" "l " ji uu uuu uuv
v, jv-i. D.ein mii.ii u tuiio nibiii uu mu
t s xzi?'?
'I'llnnln , .. 1....1....I t.n 1. . at i..l
(lUIIIU. nv iUtjnrU UUL'ft 11UIII L1II1U LU
ll 111 1 .
moo to wuicu uur, uuu u more BiriK
ing spectacle It was not possible for.
an) ono to seo, Only the evening be'
fore at dinner, I remarked to my neigh-
bor that when we .arrived at New
York I should tako an opportunity to
get a look at her from a distance to
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,.,,i .,.,.., , vl uiiiiciiaiuiiB.
Did not think our desire wns so soon'
such a leviathan, were It not for that
ominous tilt downward In the bows
where the vvntcr was by now up to the'
Inst row of portholes j
"We were now about two miles from
her and all the crow Insisted that such
a tremendous wave would be formed'
b) suction as she went down that wol
ought to get as far away as possible,
The cuptaln agreed and all lay on
heir oars and widened the distance
"ei- ui uiiu 1110 roimiiifc ,essui
llra..ntl nlif.iit 9. n
m , as near as 1
ton remember, we observed her settling-very
rapid), with the bows and
,i brlilL- Lumiilutnlv under wntert
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nnu cpiiciuuuu ii wnH now oniy a uues
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UUII UI III I II III Vn UtlUlll Bill I'll It Ullll
"" ll I"-0""1 Sl' "' " '"l
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" an7u;.e did so the IWrt.ln'
'. -ml -alaon. h.ch had .not,
.inicuereu for a mouient since we ?(.'
, , , . f r , ,
.." . uul: .." ...OI1 "r"'." ".." ..Ma.
X' ,o an "' ie t h rh.i rf oa
r"ltIe ""' BroWl llg that Could bo
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""' r Vho ocean a th-msan miles1
Jwa, from laud ' 1 irtihh S no?ySt
a,a? J.rm..,n.,w: '"'". ."'"". .y.?
.. .uirlgM Uon ",o?
p Unc Mch , ,,,, at n, ,,.
ni08. others In the boat sa less, but It
ttnH certainly some minutes, while o'" """" '" """" '" "'" !"'"",
wntcbed ut least ir.o feet of the Titan- JK'a ,0 Bcn ""' "iK' iiuestlon In oui
c towering up nboe the leel of the -"ml"K--amialgli beie It'H going lo
Bcn aTld looming black against the.1" n," "l.,",n',t ', m .. 1 i
-i... Mr. Watkins b.ds lh.it Mayor Itolpli
.' . ... , . , ,, . . , already making a line record In tho
I ' I linil Ullll II llllllll HIIllllllll' IIIVII Kill)
I oui ora i" ." " ".- . ."
on the glguntlt essel wo hud set out
on from houtiiaimuon lust weunesuay
Aim ineie mm leu m un mu Kumi)
htailug sea. the bout filled lo Htaml
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brilliant sturu with not n cloud In the
rky, all tempered wun n inner con BOr Taylor booking down In tho
Hint made ns all long lo be one of the lfowil on this occasion, llolph saw
irew who tolled awn) with the oafs Taylor, and at once sent for lilin and
nud kept themselves nrtn then by- a brought him to the platform, but In
curious, deadening bluer cold unlike ,H speech he made no nlluik on Mc
anything wo hnd felt before j('iirtli, merely outlining what ho lilin
"And then Willi nil theso there fell seir hoped to aiiompllsh
on thu ear tho most uiipalllng noises. u Mr. Wutklus sn)s t hut Sun I'iiiiilIs
liuiuau being ever listened to Hie
the lives of all of us.
"W tried to sine; to keen the women1
from hearing the cries and rowed hard1
to get away from the stone of the
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wecn, urn i ii uiti cm' nifiiiuij iu
those sounds will be one of tho tilings!
the rescued will find It dllllcult to of
face from menicir) We are all trying
hard not to think of It
"Wo kept n lookout for lights nnd
several limes It was shouted that
Kttamer lights were been, but they
turned out to be either a light from
another boat or n star low down on
tho horizon About 3 a. m. wo saw
faint lights showing on the sky uud
all rejoiced to seo what wo expected
was the coining down but afterward
would separate and so prove to bo
only two of our boats or whether they
would remain together. In which case
we should expect them to be tho mast
head light and a detk light below, of
iv rescuing steamer.
'To our Joy they moved ns ono, and
I mind wo swung tho boat and headed
for her Tho steersman shouted.
'Now, bo) s, slug,' and for the first time
tho boat broko into song with 'How
lor tho shore, boys,' and for tho first
time tears rntnn In Ilia even nf liu na
.. ... ...v ... .... .,
we realized that safety was at hand.'
Tho song was sung hut It was a very,
poor Imitation of tho real thing for) tho now plan of tho American-Hawaii-quivering
voices make poor songs. A, en Steamship Company wont Into of
cheer wns given noxt and that was lect. With the now service the Amer
better you needn't keep in time fori lean I lavvailaii Ib to lncludo Portland
n cheer on the l'aclflc Coast stops, tho Colum-
"Our rescuers showed up rapidly Ida river clt) having made n stioug
and ns sho swung around we saw her bid for recognition. Chronicle.
cabins all alight and knew sho must bo
n large steamer.
Sho wns now motion
less and wo had to row to her. Just
then dny broko, n beautiful quiet dawn
with faint pink clouds Just above tho
head and a now moon whose croscent
Just touched the horizon. "Turn your
money over, boys,' suld our cheery
steersman, 'that Is, If )ou have any,
he added. Wo laughed ut him for this
superstition nt such a time, but he
countered very neatly by adding.
'Well, I shall navcr say again that 1.1
Is an unlucky number; boat IJ has
been tho best friend wo over had.
Certainly tho 13 superstition Is killed
forever in the minds of those who es
caped tho Titanic in boat 13. As wo
neared thu Carpntlila wo saw In the
dawning light what wo thuoght was
n full rigged schooner standing up
near her and presently behind her an
other, all sails set, and wo Bald- 'They
are Usher boats from the Newfound
land banks nnd have seen the steam
er lying to and are standing by to
help' Hut In another live minutes the
light shone pink cm them and wo saw
thoy were Icebergs towering many
leet in the air. huge, glistening muss
nun uuu more woro ottierB wnerevei
inn u)u ciiu.u lentu. nio h. earner wo
i .. i .. . . . . .1..
Ullll t IIUlI in tliniCit fl i I ol in l r li wmrii
I ... ... XVIUOI v ichui
Her lor Uelweoii hi r nnd us luy ail
other huge berg. Wo rowed up to thu
Carputhia ubout 4 JO uud wore hoist
ed or climbed un the ship's Bides with
ery grnteful hcurts. j
"Wo were received with n welcome
that was overw 11011111111! in its wnrnniu
1.....1 I ..I I., Ill .. ... ...
uuu 1 niiiium one 10 suy uore uiui itierci
Is not a member of the Titanic o
SUFFRAGE TO BE
AN ISSUE HERE
So Thinks Norman Watkins,
After Seeing Women Vote
In San Francisco.
v,.M... tt.t.i.. .i. it n-..
4,U,11IU1 hiki.. vi mu uiiwmmii
I it(IHrr r1nttinntit ntnl iitntnlmr tf
"- wiiiiii u..v "iviiiuvi u
t,lu lnst "" ' Hepresentntlves, bad
n i,,.w iu,liti,i .,u.,n,,n i ciifnr,,in
". trip from which ho returned,
." """ '""i " sec-iiiH me miming
or women's stUTruKi' In the I'res den
ti,.i ,i,nn,i..u . o.. u-r... i, v.....
" -Watkis b Hevl-V that" woinal
""V " '"", l" leuuunni earn,
I lialgn It will plas an Important part.
"It was something iiiiluue to seo tho
"it was some h ng un ipie to se
''' at Ho polls, lined up wit
,nc n'"l ' llkp tciiw."
Mr. Wntklns in.lnv illseusslnir
f"-"- ... ". an. not able U, say
ust how widespread the otlng among
t,le W,""C" wai, but (crlnlnly there
... . t. . -. .
pave won him tin ailmirntiou or tho
, ,,) am i.opnlni ll with nil rlasws.
,h an Illustration of his tnctfiiluess.
j Mr Wntklns iltes the Instniice of his
' i ubllc Inagiirul. win u Im was seated
niade a bitter attack on lilx predeces
'"".""". ''U,H "'"" .""",,)r. """
oih plans for ii civic tenter are broad
and of line conception The bunds lo
cam out Hie Kolieme have lit en voted
Hpcuklng of business conditions Mr.
Wntklns savs Uul while busluess In
nit- wtiiiiiii mm- in; ii'i-uit u nine
dull, there is u sic adv volume of It and
gnnl deul of hope fur the revlvlf)
I 'K Innuente of the big exposition
U !,Va". '" '''.."'', Hlllll Jlll .
""V!1 '"? """'" H agiilii ca him
" '''" C1,",8,, tl"l,. J"' Ha.S', ' .I"-
net to be back to take part in tho
n,ii ii. . . i,..
I'""cal doings next fall"
HILO II. R. GETS
During a conference between tho
Acting Covernor, tho Attoruo) (loner-
through that city to tho slto of Hie
proposed new wharf was granted by
tho Territorial Kxecutlvo yosterda)
It is considered likely now that tho
property near the head of tho proponed
wharf, on which At tome) Carl S
Carlsmlth holds a lease, will bo con
demned by tho Government, ns it Is
requisite to tho wharf site. A hoard
of appraisers specially appointed for
tlie purpose recently estimated
vnluo of tho leasehold nt $2000.
To Stop at Portland.
When tho steamor Callfornlan sailed
Imm Vou' V.iplf Insl wnnlr u.111. .-ir..,.
....... ...... ...... .H,b ..ku. ...... VU.,)-'
for tho l'aclflc Coast that will bo tran-i
shinned via the Tohuantonec route.
The Itonnl of I.liense c'ommIli)ii
crs for the City nud Count) of Hono
lulu will hold u inciting ut the
Hxceutlve Hiilbllui: on Wtdiusdiiv. Junu
10. 191.' lit 4 ii in. to consider thu '
application of Oalm Hallway & Lund
Co Ltd, for n renewal of the Second
c'Iusm (hotel) License now In Id b) It,
tu sell Intoxicating liquors nt Huleluu
Hotel Wiilultiu, Oahu, under the pro
visions or Act 119, Session laiws of
All protests or objections against tho
bo-muiic eif u license undo suld iippll
cullou should be tiled with the Hoi re
tar) of tin. Huiiril not lutcr tliiiu tho
lliiin nt for suld hearing
CAHLOS A LONO,
Si i re Per), Hoard or License C'omuils-
1211 .Mn) .'J. 30; June C, 13
t V I '? S ! fe ., .
receive, they mudo every nrraiigemont
foi so doing. Hot meals luiikels nnd
berths were pre vl.led for : entli us they
tdiiiu on board. Clothing and ino ey
ntowheio elco that u corner could
. ."". "n. i. ont r, h..n.i.od. or
l nn ..i. I .r.. ...
-...- mvii ri (UUnill
' vutni (11
iinrcoiilgrnu.s fiou of thnrge to nnv
lous relatives Tho ealerlmr nrrnnite.
incuts In chnrgo of tho nurser nn.l
iileunrds luive, linen mi ndmli-nii.v ,.r.
gunlzid thut It would not ho posslblo,tnr "f ,1"' I,ouri
to bo better served hud wo been regu '"""' "" '"' uM
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A Stirring Novel of the Broad Frontier
And of the Life That Means Happiness to Those That Follow ll
By Emerson Hough
Author of Many Other Stories of Wide Popularity
To Appear Serially in This Paper
The Ilinnl of License I'cininilsilnii
or fur tin t'lt unit Count) of Hono
lulu will hiibl u inciting ut the
UmiiiIIm- llulhllug on UiclnoMchi), June
-1. 1'Jl- ut 4 p in, to luiisbUr the
iippllcitliui of John T Ktiill) feu u
renewal of the Hccuiid-Clusi (salnon)
l,lic-HHu now held by lilm. to sill In
toxicating liquor nt Wnlklkl Inn, Will-
Hoiiululii, under the provlxlons
of Alt lltl. Session Laws of 1807
All protests or objections iigulnst the
Issuance of u llrc-nxe under sulci uppll
entlon should be tiled with the' Secie
tur) of the Hoard nut Inter than the
tliiui set for Bald Inuring.
CAW.OS A I.O.N'IJ,
Sccrctur), Ho.lril of License Commli
slonirs GJ1B May S3, SO; June C, U
Thu Hoard of License Commission
ers for the I'll) nml Count) of Hono
lulu will hold a muting ut the
Kxctiltlve llulldlnj; on edneschi), J line
JO, llli.', ut 4 i in, to ccinslibr the
npplle til lull of K
Siisulcl (I'rost Sl-
loon) for ii I cm-will or the Hi mud
I hiss (stiloon) License now held by
him, to sell Intoxicating liquors lit No
101 Hiritiinlu stre-it Honolulu, iiuilii
thu provisions nr Act 119, Session Ijins
All protests or objietliins ngalnst tho
Issuunee ofrfi lleense i.iitle r snld uppll
ciitlon shniild be III el with the Hccie
tury of the Hoard not liter than the
time sit Tor sulci hearing
(WHI.OH A I.ONd,
Hecretar), Hoard of I.lcenso I'oni.uls-
C2I5- Muy 21, JO; Juno C, U
The Hoard of License Commission
ers for the City uud Countv of Hono
lulu will buhl ii meeting nt the
nxeclltlve Hullilliig on Wednesday, Jilpo
.'C, l., ut 4 p 111, to consider the
application of Walter 11 Hroinle) nud
Thos McLean for u Htcond-Cluss (Si
Iiioii) License, tu sell liitoxlciitlug liu-
U0uorM ut the southeast lorner of Illvtr
uiiu iiiik sine is, liouuiuiii, illlili'l lie.
provisions of Act 119. Session Liws
' ,"., ' ,
All protests or objections u Kill nut the
ItBiiaiiiH or 11 lleeuso miller snld appli
cation should be llled with tho Sun-
Hoard lint later tli.lll the
CAHI.OS A LONO.
oretnry Hoard or Llieuse C'oui.uls-
C24G Mn) 23. 30; Juno 8, 1 1
'I he Hoard of License Commlsslnii
cih for the Cllv uud Count) or Hono
lulu will buhl a muling al the
Hxiciitlve Hullilliig on Wediiisibiv June
.' I'M.' ut 4 p in. to consider the
application of 1'itriik 1' It)mi for u
renewal of the- f!icnnil-CuiH (siilonu)
Lie c use now held b) him, to sell lit -
tnxluitluir llquurH ut No Abikeu
strut ' I e die nliiV Hotel," Honolulu,
under the provisions or Act lit). Ses
sion Laws or 1907 '
Ml protests or objietlous ngalnst the
Issuance of n license under suld iippll-
cation Khoulil be tiled with the Secie
tnr) br the Hoird not lutir than the
time set forVihl hearing
Kiretnr), Hoard of License
slum rs. .
n.Mr, May 21, 3lT; Juno
'1 liu lloaiil or Llceusq Co.nuiisslou
c rs ror the Clt) mid County tr lloun
I11I11 ivlll bold 11 luce ling ut the
i:itiilive Hulldlng on We due sd.t), June
20, 191.', at 4 p in, to coosltlci the
npplle atloii or (lunge J W0111I for it
n ni'Uiil,of the Sicoud-Chiss (siloon)
Lice use now held b) ll Im. to sill lii
toxlciitlug liquors at Alia, Una O thu,
undir the (uovl-dons of Act ll'i, Ses
sion latvvs of 1907
All prolists or objections iigulnst the
issuance of 11 license uiub 1 said uppll
iatou should be Ilia I with the Secre
tin) of the ltu.it il not lain tbaie the
time set for said Inuring
CARLOS A LONO.
Suiilnr). Hoird of Lliiiiso C'niiiinl-
r,J4& Mn) 2J, 10, Junu o, 11
The lloiril or l.lcinin Coniuilssloti
iu fur Die Clt) uud c'onnt) of llono
lulu will h6ld a nne ling ut the
Hxeelttlve lluilillug bit Wcclniuili) June
20, 191.", ut 4 p in, to Innsldcr the
iippiiciiuon or josipn t siivii for 11
mievviil of the Mccoiid-l'lUMH (hiiIuoii)
Lb 1 use nui In Id b) lilm, to sell lu-
tnxlciitlng Illinois ul No IIJ'l Nuitniiil
street, llouoliilu, uiiiltr the piovlslouH
or Act 119, Session Ijihs or 1907,
All piutctlsui objee lions agiilnsl the
IssiimnH of it lieeuie undei said iippll
cation should liu lilt tl nltli the. Hecie
tnry or the Hoald not lain than tho
tlniu sit foi said hearing
CAHI.OS A LONO,
Sieietai). II011M or Llieiisn lo.iunls-
fiJ4'. Mu) .'J IU Jinn, ij, i
1hi Hu iril or Lice ii-ee ConinilSHlon
irs Tor tin Clt) anil Count) of Hono
lulu will hohl, a me e ling ut the
Hxecutlve Hulldlng mi vViilucilu),,luuu
191.', ut 4 p in. to lonslibr thu
npplle itlon or Wilms. I McTlghe, Ltd
(I'logrixs H.iloun) for u renewal of the
Seeontl-CliiHS (sulooii) License now
held b) It, lo sell liitoxlciitlug liquors
ut No 101 N King street, Honolulu,
iihibr the provisions of Act 119, Ses
sion I.UIVH or 1907.
All protests or objections ugiihiHt tho
'Issuance or ii lliein-o undir said iippll
cation should be llleil with the Secre
tary of the. Hoird not Inter than tho
tlniu sit for said licbiiug
CAHI.O.S A LONO,
Surelnry, II0.111I or Llceiisq Coiuiuls.
r.-'lfe May 23, .10; Juno C, 13
The llmiil of l.lieuxi! Ciunuilssliui
irs rot tin Clt) mid County of Hono
lulu will bold it uniting nt the
Hxic utile Hullilliig on Wnlnesd i), Juno
JO, 11IJ, ut I p in, to consider the
application of Charles I.ninbtrt (An
chor Saloon) ror 11 renewal of tho
Siioud-Class (saloon) License now
held b) him to sell Intoxicating liq
uors ut mmiiIii ust cornel or King and
N1111111111 stin Is, Honolulu, under the
piovisious of Act 119, Session Ijiws of
All protests or objections agnlnut the
Usiialui' of 11 HiciiKe under said uppll
cntlon slioiihl be Hied Willi the Secre
tin) of tin. Hoard not liter than h"
Uuu set lor snld hciiilng
CAHI.OS A LONO.
iicntary lloinl or License Cumuil'i
r.'lt. -Ma) 21, 30; Juno C, 11
The lloiiil or License Couuulssloii-
ers Tor the Cj and Count) of Honu
lulu will hohl 11 inciting ut tin
LxniiUve Hullilliig 011 Wt din sda) .III no
-'0 l'lJ lit I p Ul. to tOUHllltl Utt
application, of P, A Hclim-ler i. Co,
Lid for 11 mu will of the I'lrsl-Class
(vv hop sale) Lleense now held by p, ()
till Intoxfeulliig llquois at tho niultnl-
j Hint 1 in 1111 of Mi 11 limit nnd Kuuhu-
iniinti streets, llonollllu, uniln Ipepro-
nvons 01 ,vci ns, Heslon Laws of
All prole sis or objections against tho
Issiiuuii. of 11 lleeifse under said iippll.
cation should be lllul uth the H,tre
tnr) or the Hoird not Inter thin tin.
Utile sit ror suld hulling
Secretin), Hoird of Lleense, Coni.nls
sjtri Mn) 2J, 10
Juno fi, U
Io Jim viiint in rAuli counlry noo.
iIf-.Um1 the Ihelilv Ilullelln.
iiliil'Al.!tIWuTOi A JMbtHrJMliftWlti. BifAi:.jf.i-iiiJ.