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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1912.
Hawaiian l'lr1 Itigrcc.
A lull, 1 'I cinpl- Ittgulur.
Ill liltlux tncmKrn ol tk
Order are rordlaily Invited to
attend meeting's of local ladfts
Meet on (lie
'-'lid mid llli
nt Ik. 1. Hall
7:30 1'. 31.
Wjl. Mt'hlM.Ki I.OIIGE, 0. 8,
Iw of I'.
Meet evpiy 2nd mid 4th Satur
!dn evening at 7.30 o'clock In
lh of p Hall, cor. Tort and
lleretunl'i Visiting brothors
cordlrlly invited to attend.
A l". GKUTZ. C. C.
F V. K1LI113Y. K. h. s.
IIOMIM'l.U I.OIKIK, 610, 11. 1. 0. K.
.Honolulu Lodge No. CIO,
II. P 0. I31ks,- meets In
tuolr ball, on' King St.,
near Fort, every Friday
evening Visiting Ilroth
cis nre cordially Invited
to iittcnd. ,
A H. MHRPHy. II n.
OAHU 1,0 DOE .NO. J, K. of 1'.
$B&. Mccts cvtry "r8t "" third Frl
K M day nt 730, o'clook, Pjfulan
wSHnll, corner 'jllerotuhlaf'uiul
vS Fort streets. Visiting brothers
cordially lnltod to attend,
r A HAWKINS, C C
O HI31NE K. of R. & 8.
HAWAIIAN TItinE SO. 1, I. 0. It. 31,
Meets every first and third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity .Hall,. 1. ,Q. O. ,P.
toillillni VlViHnt Knll.Mra
..... ..n, ........c M..j,.,.in
cordially Invited to attend
HENRY A. ASCII, Sachem
LOUIS A. I'lJKHY, C. of It.
IIOXOM'I.U Hill E 110, F. 0. E.
Meets on tecond and fourth
, Wednesday evening of each
month nt 7.30 o'clock. In
K of 1' Hall, corner Fort
and Derctunla. Visiting brothers are
lnitcd to ntcend.
W.M JONES, W. P.
J W ASCII, Secy.
iio.Noi.n.u 1.01x11: .o. goo,
i 0. 0. 31.,
will lnppl In fldil l.Vllnwa1 hnlMInc
Fort street, near King evory Friday
evening iu 7 30 o clock.
Visiting brothorB cordially Invited
AMUHOSli J WIUTZ, Dictator.
E. A. JACOUSON. Secretary.
Importer Fort St
, i Just received by S. S. Sierra, the
very latast In fancy TAILORED
TLINEN SUITS) also ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE'
t BON TON
HIGH . CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
Br MILTON & PARSONS
ME Pantheon Dldg.
fE PHONC 3388 FORT STREET
T ' '""beautities in h'eadge'ar'
B Aro Always Found at the
JSl Bonnet Shop
IHsS FORT STREET
SB Exclusive illillincry
H , Miss Power,
9HPr , Doston Block, Second Floor
Br K. UYEBA
' 1027 NUUANU STREET
K r " HATS ::l
JPPKr Up.to-dato Millinery and Men's Hats
(Additional Shipping on Pago S)
HORSES AND MULES FOR HOLE .
SAM TO ARRIVE NEXT MONDAY
Army Transport Mauna Kea Carried Many Volcano
Tourists Big Shipment of Tinplate Soon to Arrive Chi
yo Maru Pulled Away Frqm Alakea Wharf Leaving Jap
anese Passenger Behind.
t'nclc Sam has apparently Impress- find both piers occupied nnd nro corn
ed an American-Hawaiian freighter! I'0110,'1 ""rlinrKo In the stream nt
Creator cost and Inronvcnlence. Again
Into service ns an Army transport. wl(M, (Iin 1)lcr u nol occu,,c,i ))y nn.
The A -II. S. S. Virginian, from San ()tlcr vessel It often happens Hint tho
Francisco by way of Scntllo nnd Ta ' wharf Is ho congested with cargo dls.
eoiiia. Is In nrriu at port qarly 3don jcluirgeil and 11OL K't -cared for t lint
da morning with ono of tlio largest, "icro I not sulllelciit room to work
consignment of animals that lint bven 1,1C of Incoming ships,
shipped from the Const to tho Islands " '?, "' tomlcHon of shipping men
.,..,,... ,. . ...Hint Manila needs two more p ers of
in a steamer of this lino In mniiy, ,,.,. HlllKn ,,,,....,.,,,,..,.' .,,
The Vlrglnlnti sailed from Scntllp
with Lis homes and mules destined
for Honolulu. Included In this num. men that two moro piers would bo fill
ber aro 1. horses nud 1! mules for tlio.Iy occupied In handling these cargoes,
I'nlted SlhtoB (loverliment which are
to ho used In conuectlou with the rug
ulnr Army nuarlermaster depart
ment. Oilier animals on board lucliido
.'.0 brail horses and 21 mules consign
ed' to tho Club Stables of tills city.
Kenernl Freight Agent C P. Morse
of ijie Amcrlcnn-IIawallan lino has re
ceived a cable which announces that
,1.- ,TI 1..I.... ll.l , .,. - ,
... w.miuuii ." ....... ... .'"lnni, tho MlUs(m Hienmer did not reach
wllh n largo ipinutlty nf feed, forago c i,vn.,ni.n,. irn ii vin.v
nnd grain. Tho cssel also hns a big
consignment of tln-plnlo for tho sev
eral pineapple canning companies
here. It li the- present Intention, to
iltsn(cii; tho, , Virginian ;(or,.,lk1und
norlH. Ilinliiillnir Pnrt .Allnn. .Knlmliil
anil ,llllo On Tlvurs'dty. t,ho V.lrglnian
win ibko on uie rcgulntlon 12,000 tons
sugar and In addition will receive 200
tons pineapples .from the several Isl
and ports of call.
",Llbby Mac" Ready for .Maiden,
. .!VoYage:;.k'.:i" ,, '.(I'l; :. 'r,J
Suiicrvlsor 13ben Low successfully
cnglnecreil tho launching of the first
submarine nt Honolulu yesterday aft
ernnon when tho "I.lbby Mao." n big
f'll tank of cigar shape, :ir, feet In
length and hoien feet in diameter,
was sent into tho water of tho harbor.
Miss Clarlnda Low, tho pretty daugh
ter of tho distinguished municipal
legislator, smashed a bottle of raro
Mntngo over tho bow of tho craft as
It sped down tho runway and Into Its
The tank Is to bo used In transfer
ring fuel oil from Honolulu storngo to
tho windward side of tho Island. Tho
"I.lbby Mac" will bo taken In low by
tho Low launch Kucna on Thursdny
after lonn and will bo left'-at Kuhaluii,
whero tho '',; barrels of fuel oil which
(lie lank can carry will bo pumped
out nnd delivered to tho I.lliby, McNeil
& I.lliby pineapple cannery located at
Philippine Customs Find MucluOope.
a .iu,o(i.i snipmeiit 01 niiludi was
commented by Philippine Island rus
101ns sleuths Just before tho depart
uro or tli Toyo Klf.cn Kalshn liner
Clillo Marti fiom' Hongkong. Wlicn
tho Isliis do Flllplnns arrived at Ma
nlla in ballast from Hongkong, when
Blio had bepii for a general oprhuul
ing nt tho Kowlnon docks, her ballast
consisted principally of prepared
opium, tho customs becret service
agents romoWng 1000 tins of poppy
weed from tho doublo bottoms of tho
vessel soon nficr her arrival.
A new method of secietlnu tho ilrnc
had been doviscd by tho would-bo
smugglers. Tho dope. In tho conven
tional small tins, wns removed from
the packing ensos and laid In an even
row along the linttnm plates of tho
ship, aftor -which they were covered
with cement, which In turn was given
n liberal coat of red lead.
Under ordinary clrctimslnnces. this
would hnvo been ono of tho most suc
cessful Illegal Importations iu recent
j ears, lint I ho ageifts nf tho custom
lioiiso at Hongkong were posted nnd
tipped off tho local ngents 'ns boon ns
tho vessel set sail 'with her valuable
Tho valuo of tho shipment Is In tho
neighborhood of 110.000 pesos, exact
figures being rnthcr doubtful owing to
tlio depreciated market for opium of
tho smaklng variety.
Emphasized Need for More Piers.
Theio Is on 111 gent demand for moro
Htcainshlp docks or piers nU Manila.
n ceo riling to tho claim of IiiisIiicsb in
terests there. Willi tho nrrlvnl or tlio
.lapancso liner C'lilyo Mnru yesterday
Mm declaration was freely mndo that
Manila In growing nnd this Is evi
denced In a number of ways but Jn
nono moro forcibly than In tho num
ber of ships arriving at that port with
cargo and passengers. When tlio two
big (lovernment piers woro completed
some tlmo ago it was thought by tlio
averago man that Manila had accom
modations for all Bhlps likely tn no
there for many jears In tho future.
Hut thoso piers nro already greatly In-
udenuato to handlo tlio Blilpplng now
maklncr tbnt nnrt. II la tnlil 1, fm.
quoutly happens that vcstelH arrive to
Virginian Will Be a Veritable
llnrppr In linmtln nrnnnmlpnllv ntwl
pmmptly all cargo arriving here.
Moreover, It Is tho optulbn of theso
Merrn Wins Out In Trnns-l'iirlllc Hare
The Oceanic steamship Sierra, from
Honolulu, leaving here at ill o'clock
last Wednesday morning, beat tho
Mntsnti Navigation Btcnmshlp Willie
mlnn Into port nt Sun Francisco by
socrnl hours, according to n cnblo
recelcd lierc today. Tho Sierra and
Wllhelmlna sailed nt tho same hour
,..,,,, , Rrrn n. ., ,,. ,,,,,, ,
Inter-Island Steamers Take Many.
Tho departure of tho two Iutcr-Isl
and steamers for Hawaii ports this
morning drew out n largo delegation
of visitors. Tho Mauna Kea sailed at
10 o'clock and on time, taking a good
ly number of passenger nnd a gen
crnl cargo. Tho reports received to
day nncnt tho activity at the volcano
served as ao Inducement for a number
of tonrlsU'tn Uko'ln tho trip.
Tho Kllauca, for Kan and Kona
ports, departed at tho noon hour with
a fair number or passengcra and n bl;
consignment of freight.
Chlyo Left Japanese Behind.
Tho .Inpnneso liner Chlyo Maru pull
cd nway from Alnkea wharf shortly
after 10 n clock this morning destined
for San Francisco, taking a fow lay
over passengers. During tho Btay of
the Chlyo at Hip port. 700 tons Orient
al cargo were discharged hero. Ono
Jnpaneso stecrago passenger had a
pretty close shavo from getting left
behind and ho was finally persuaded
to tako a chanco of regaining tho ship
by means of tlio waiting pilot-boat.
Borneo Buys American Steamer.
'I ho Ilornco government lias coma
to tho fore and purchased 0110 or tho
seiernl expensively constructed Phil
Ippluo coast-guard cutters built under
tho Tnft administration or tho "Far
nway Islands." Tho const guard cut
tor llalabac has been sold to Ilrltlsh
North Hoineo, the price agreed urfon
iicing mi.imiii pesos.
Tlio llalabac Is of tho same slto and
general typo ns tho Pnllllio 'and other
hotter-known craft of. Unit class. It
has a gross tonnage of 1C0 and is welt
euglned and equipped. It liaH been
out of service bIiico Jnst September,
when It was withdrawn from n special
Tho North llorneo government has
been nilxlous to secure a vessel of thli
typo for cutter service nnd Drat coil'
lemplateil purchasing tho Hlzal. That
vessoi prned too lurgc, howovor, and
Captain Kcrkham began an examina
tion of tlio Bmnller vessel belonging to
Railroad Ties for Hllo.
Tlio American harkentluo Muiy
Wiiikelmnnn, with n full loud of rail
road ties loaded at Kurcka, Cal., Is 011
tho way down from tho Coast destlnoil
for lllhi. Tho Mnry Winkolmnnu sail
cd from Hurcka twelve duys ago.
After nn illness ot a fow weeks.
High Chief A. K. Pnlekalulil, well
known among tho llawallaus, especial
ly during tho monarchical days, died
this morning nt 9 o'clock nt his resi
dence In Knllhl.
L'aloknlulil was tlio son of High
Chlejess I.illha, lineal descendant of
Kamchamcha-nul. Tho funeral ot tho
deceased will bo held this aftornoon
fioin the Williams undertaking par
lors on Fort street.
An assignment for tho benefit of
creditors was mndo by Hooper, Low Is
& Co. wholesale and retail stationers
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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9 IK MJi
io.m, 17, CM
II 96 & 17, 0 3H,
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BID Oil M7 6.10 S31
10 OS 101 M7l .40l 4 HI
Full moon Mny 30 nt 0 f, 1. m
Tuesday, Mny 28,
Temperature (! n m 71, K a, m
74; 10 n. in., 7G; 12 noon, 79; mini
mum Inst night, tJD.
Wind 0 a. m., cloelty 12, direction
N'.i;.; 8 n. in., velocity 12, direction 11.;
10 nj m., velocity 12, direction N. II.;
12 noon, velocity IS, direction 13.
Harqmetor at 8 a, m .1(1.03. Rela
tive humidity 8 n. in., 74. I)owponl
8 n, in., O.'i. Absolute humidity S a.m.,
Total rainfall during past 21 hours,
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JTHE ISLANDS
(Special ruble In Merchants'
Tuesday, May 28.
SAN FItANCISCO - Arrhod. May 2S
f, a. m. 9. 8. Sierra, hence Mny 22.
Arrhcd, Jlay 2S, S a. m S. S. Wll
helmlna, henco Ma) 22.
Arrived, May 27, S. S. Hercules,
henco May 18.
VICTOIHA Arrived. May 2S, S. S.
Mnkura, hence Mny 21.
SAUNA CIIUZ Arrived. Mu 21. S.
S. Columbia)!, from llllo May It.
Sailed, Mny 2ii, S. H Mexican, Tor
San Francisco via Snn Diego.
YOKOHAMA Arrived. .Mny 27, S.
S. Korea, hento May 10.
PRATT SAYS HE
DIDN'T SAY IT
OF HAWN. TRUST
Ucnlty 13xiiert James W. Pratt, in
the course of ils cross oxamlnntlon rtv
tho Mahuka-slto. case In Federal Court
this morning said ho hail llxed a 'slid
Ing scnlo" or valuations for Iho land
Bought li)' thu (lovernment, and that
while he set tho properly occupied by
tho Hawaiian Trust Company nt $16
per squaro foot, ho would estimate tho
adjoining laud, occupied by 13. O. Hall
& Son, nt $18, and tho lot on tlio cor
ner at $2 por.sn,uaro foot.
Tho Blatcment credited to him yes
terday that Iho Hawaiian Trust Com
puny, by virtue of Its leasehold, had
no actual Interest In tho property It
occupies, caused Pratt tn 'attempt a
vigorous denial iu court today, lie1
vowed he had only meant to Kay that
they had no direct interest In Iho real
ty, not as a denial of their Interest in
tho Icnsoliold; ho declared their Inter
est was worth nothing from a selling
standpoint, but that they were entitled
to dnmago from tho Oovernrncnl.
Attorney Olson completed his testi
mony tills morning for Iho Austin es
Into, ond ns tho nttomoys for tho nth-
cr Interests wero not prepared to pre-
Bent their experts, tlio hearing wns
continued In 8:30 o'clock noxt Monday
morning. Tho long postponement vvnB
purtly duo Id tlio fact that Thursday
Is a lioliday, and that Friday is tho
last nt tho mouth, when tho business
men of tho Jury dcslro to attend to tho
GO BY LINERS
There arc n few army ofllcers here
and Boino civilians rntllle.l to gnvrrn
mint trnnsporliitlon, who will have to
travel to tho Const by tho regular lin-
erH for the next two months, owing to
tlio uniiMial crowding of tlio army
transports i-clieduled to leave Mnullu
Mny in mid Juno 1C.
There Is very llttlo clinnco of any
Uoiloluluiis being grunted transporta
tion on either of theso ships, as large
detachments of scddlers, together with
their nlllcers, nro scheduled tn return
to tho homiland, nnd '.hero will prac
tically bo no stutcrooms empty when
nil the ollleiTS who nro under orders
have been assigned.
On the transport to arrive hero about
Juno 4 tho entire Second Cavalry und
the Nineteenth Infantry will bo trans
ferred to their stntlons In tho United
Stntis, nud on tho Jjily transport tho
entire BJxth nnd Nlnfti Infantry will
bo transferred. When theso troops
havo left Manila practically all tho
soldiers who uro to bo .sent homo In
largo numbers will hnvo been trans
ferrcd, for It will bo some time before
any large detachment will lenvo tlio
Islands Tho civilians will then have
their Inning und bq grunted trunspor-'ant
Tho arrival nf tho Ilrltlsh steamship
Mnkura from Sydney via Honolulu Is
reported nt Vancouver today.
Tho lied Stack tug Hercules, which
sailed from Honolulu on Mny lSlh,
arrived at San Francisco yesterday.
Mall forwarded to tho Coast In tho
Pacific Mali liner Manchuria Is report-l
ed to have arrived at San Francisco,
yesterday morning. I
Tho Pncinc"'Mall liner Koren, sail
ing from Honolulu for Yokohama on
Mny ICtli, arrived at tho .Inpancso
port ycslcrdny. 4 I
Increased nctlvlty at the Volcano'
proved an Incentive for a number ott
tourists to tnko passage today In the.
Maunn Kea for llllo.
The Pacific Mall liner Nile, now en,
route from Yokohama to Honolulu
with ISO tons Oriental cargli, will
berth at Alakea wharf. I
Sugar which left the Islands In tho
Amcrlean-Hnwollnn freighter Colum-,
blfm Is reported to have arrived at Sa-'
linn Cruz Inst Friday, - I
The launching of Tho oil tank to lio)
used In tlio transportation of fuel In
points along windward Oahii, wat pro
nounced n successful affair.
Tlio Intcr-lslnnd si earner Kllauca,
Balling for Kona nnd Kan ports at
noon today, carried a fair list of pas
sengers and a genernl cargo.
With n full shipment of Hiignr, the
harkentluo Hawnll got away frdin Ma
liukonn on Saturday. The vessel and
cargo arc bound lor Snn Francisco.
Tho next mall for Hid mainland will
ho forwarded In tho Mntson Naviga
tion steamer llonnliilnu', to call nt 10
o'clock tomorrow morning fcrr Situ
Willi general merchandise frtr local
Inipoitors, the American bark It. P.
lilt hot Is report ed to have sailed from
San Francisco with destination as Ho
nolulu on Siindny.
Fuel oil consigned to the locnl
branch of tlio Union Oil Company li
en route to Honolulu in tlio American
tanker Lansing, which sailed from
Port Snn Luis last Sunday.
The American Bclioouer Itopo.it,
with 11 full shipment or lumber from
Sound ports, wns nn arrival at Hono
lulu this morning. Tho Ilcpcat sailed
from Tncoma 31 days ago.
After undergoing n fecperal over
hauling and renovation tho schooner
Annie Johnson, nncO n familiar flgura
In Island shipping, sailed from Sail
Francisco on last Sunday with desti j
nation ns Mahukona.
Two Inter-Inland steamers vorc dls
patched for Kauai ports last evening
Tlio Noenu sailed nt r o'clock for vvjujl-,
ward ports, tho Hall leaving shortly
before for her regular ports, taking
passengers and malts only.
Willi genernl enrgo from New York
transhipped nt tho Isthmui or Tehh
nntcpec, tho American-Hawaiian S, K,
Mexican sailed from Snllnn Cruz for
Const ports nnd tho Hawaiian Ibl.inds
Capt. Berger's Farewell Brings
Out Effective Organ'za-
tions and Soloists.
The farewell concert given In honor
of Cuptuiii llciKir by the Hawaiian
blind at the opera House hist night
wns iittcndcil Jiy, only it Mii.dJ niidJ
. in , but tin. nnuiriim vi,k 1111 (uti
,mm,,v an,, ,.n ., .u-S'rve.l nfurf
KminM h. Ule ni,t ,,t numbors
Although the program vn a Inns;
one, It vmik over In good time. Tlio
ICiiiieliniiieliH glcp.'luV. ' the nllhiif J
quintet led by Mrs, , U IpgallN I3i-1
nest Knot's quintet nud tlf soloists'
did very PlTettlvo work. TJio string,
quartet vvjis 11 snrprlxo to many who I
Iiiivii not Known o( its meritorious
vvoik ". I
Mrs Alexander (1 M ltolrtBon.was '
given much applause for lie r solos anil 1
Xtrt., t'lmrlcs 1, Hull n-ored iu tlio 1
beautiful I.11 llohenip waltz Mrs A
II IiiriiIIs wiik, us always, triumphant
with her violin
BOND FOR RELEASE.
Charles Bradley, employed on board
tho Inlcr-lBlnud liner Kllauca, was In
Pulleo Court this morning i barged
wllh assault and battery on Alice
llradloy. Ho was released on his own
lecognlranco to appear ngaln liefoic
Judgo Monsarrat after tho Kona-Kaii
liner returns from her trip, but when
tlio prosecution learner tho serious
condition or tho complainant, Drown 1
dispatched a special ollher and had
tho dofondant brought In court ngaln.i
Ilrndloy 111 rived Immediately nfler-l
wurda und was oulercd to furnish n
bond of ono hundred dollars to unsure
his nppenrnnco befoio Monsarrat lift-'
er his return frmi Konn. I
Ilrown staled Hint owing to tlio hu
rlousuess of tho Injury or tho com
plaining witness ho nsked that llrad
loy bo required tn furnlBh u bond of
$100. Ho said ulso that llradloy
would bo out of tho Jurisdiction of tlio
court after he had reached Hawaii,
und thought It wns proper for tho
court tn phico the ilefpndant under
bond. This wns dona nnd the defend
employed Attorney Andrews
prepare tho ncccssaty papers,
Three of tlio biggest barges ever
seen In Hawaiian waters will bo cm
phijed by tho flroakvvnlcr Company of
Philadelphia ns rock-inrrlcrg.oii' tho
llllo brenkvvntpr Job. They will bo
built on tho scene of tho vvoik ns soon
ns I ho necessary lumber arrives from
Hie Coast, nctordlng to tho latest
plans announced by Charles ) Wood,
vlco president or Iho company, who
hn recently returned from Hllo.
"Wo have tho schooner 13. I. Wood
under chnrtcr how," Bald Mr. 'Wood
this morning, "nnd sho Is bringing
700,000 feet of lumber, a full cargo, for
us to build tho barges from. Theso
barges ar6" of a typo used by lis on tho
Fast coast ami on Lako Krlc, and aro
considerably larger thnn anything
seen hereabouts. Wo will construct
three 115 feet long, 10 feet wide nnd
1014 feet deep. These hnvo n capac
ity or &00 Ions of rock, and nro lltted
LOCAL DEMOCRATS HOPE WON'T
HAVE TO SWALLOW "FREE TRAD
Although tliore Is n probability that,
thero vylll bo only llvo Democratic del
ogatos at tho llnltlmoro convention,
those llvo hopo to l)nvo n good deal
In say as to the party candidate for
President and tho platform. Tho
Ihmrbun delegation from Hawaii Is go
One or the things Hint It may ask
or tho plntrorm committee Is that su
gar lie oxrepted from tho "freo t-ndo".
plank that will certainly hot) up. Ha
wall Democrats hnvo already gona on
VANCOl'VF.It, P. C, Mny 10. The
Stale of Victoria, Australia, has decid
ed to establish a direct lino or passen
ger and freight steamers from Mel
bourne to Vancouver within the next
six months. Tills Information was
given out yesterday by Major Harris,
tho rcproscntntlvo of tho Slnto gov
'Tho Victorian government," said
Major Harris, "Is prepared to subsl
dlzo a lino of steamers to carry both
passengers nnd freight bet w ecu Mel
bourne and Vaticouver. and negotla
tlons wltli that end In view nro alrea
dy on foot. TJio Melbouruo mcr
chants havo tycm grpnUy concerned
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants,
Merchant Street, near Fort Street
WILL BE USED
with derricks (o hnmllo tho atone. Tho
derrick Is an A-frnino affair, with an
SO-foot boimi. '1 ' '.
"Work Is n(iv well under way, ill
'hough wo nro of c'ourso dumping no
rock ns yet. Ifls necessary lor us to
build thrco, miles of railroad from our
Quarry1 fo tho wharf, whore It will ho
l.niiilltMl by tho bargos."
Mr. Wood Intends to icturn to Iho
Slates In about a month, but his fnin
lly will remain hero occupjtng tho
Wood coltngo at the Seasldo Hotel,
whero they have been for tho past
"I can't sny just when I'll get hack
to Honolulu for another trip," said
Mr. Wood. "It will or course bo lis
soon ns I can inako It, ns my family
stnya here, but the llllo brenkwnter li
only ono of eight brenkwnter con
tracts, most or them much Inrgcr lliau
tlio local proposition, nnd tlioy keep
mo prelty much on tho Jump."
tccord against free sugar and don't
want to hnvo to Indorse n National
I lalform now which Is contrary to
their views.. O. J. Waller Is spoken
of as a,probahlo member or the plat
Tho delegates suro of going are Mr.
Waller, Harry Irwin of Hllo, John Ff
linger, M. C. Pnehcco and Allan Her
bert. Herbert Is already on the mnlii
land. David llwallko ol llllo ninv go
provided ho can combine this (rip wlUi
oud ns n labor union delegate.
over tho loss of direct communication
Willi Vancouver s'uco tho trouble Unit
uroso with tho I .(on Steamship Com
pany of Now aland regnrdlng the
calls to be ino.io nt Aus'trat.au pnrK
At picscnt Now Zealand renps all tho
advautngo or tho direct steamship
communication nnd tho Victorian gov
ernment, rccognl7lng thla, has made
up Its mind to make n bid for tlio
trade, particularly since tho New
South Wales government lias entered
Into nn arrangement with n San Fran
AitMIc Job prlnllnir can nlunjs be
olilaincd from Hie Itiilletln'i loin
Jilclely equipped Job prlntliii; plant.
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