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I.r-ulil Clinplcr No. 2, . E.
Honolulu 'I bird Iligrcc.
Hawaiian- 'llilnl ItegrcP.
Ill Aloli.i Chapler No. 3, 0.
K. S.- Spuliil.
Oi ciiiilc icotiil llcgrco.
All Tltltlag member of o
Order ir cordially lnvlt4d to
attend raeetlniri ot local ledfM
Meet on tliu
Slid 11 nd 4tli
ut U. 1. Hull
7:30 1". 31.
Mt-hlM.I.Y MIIKli:, X). 8,
K. uf p.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Batur
1l.1v evening ut 7:30 o'Uock In
K ut I' I Mil, tor Furl und
lien 1 ml.i Visiting brothers
tnidtslly lnwti'd In attend.
a f oi:ktz, C. C.
1'. F- KII.UUY. K. It. 8.
iio.oi,::ui l.onia:, cio, 11. i 0. r.
V . IIOUOIIIIU l-OUKU .1U. IV,
U 1'. .r IIKB, lui'uin 111
lliilr Iiull. onKliiR St
near Tort, every Friday
etcnlng. YlsltlnE llrolli'
em uro cordially luvltod
a 1: Mrni'HY. e. r.
II DUNHIIHU. Sec.
OAIIU I.01K1K X). I, K. (if 1'.
'i Meets eery flrst and third Frl
Jdjy ut 7-30 o'tloelc, t'ytlilan
lllull, curlier Dcrotiinlu and
I'urt streets Visiting brothers
cordially lialtcil to attend.
1' A HAWKINS, C C.
o liniNi:, k of it. i s.
HAWAIIAN 'IKIHH .NO. I, 1. 4). It. M.
Meets eery first and third
Tuesday u( each month In
Krulernlty Hull, I. O. O. P
building. VlTitlng brothers
cordially Invited to attend
Ili:NHY A ASCII, Sachem
LOUS A. PEURY, C. of It
IIOXOLUI.U AKItlE HO, 1. 0. K.
-Wj Meets on second and fourth
&& Wednesday evening of each
St month at 7 -SO o'clock. In
u K. of I Hall, corner Fort
nnd lleretanla Visiting brothers are
Invited to attend.
wm. joxns, W. P.
J W. ASCII, Secy.
HO.NOU'U' I.I)0E XO. 800,
li. . 0. 3U
will meet In Odd Kellows' building,
Fort street, near King every Friday
evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMIlllOSn J WIltTZ, Dictator.
E. A JAC011SON, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
MILTON &. PARSON3
PHONC 3088 FORT STREET
Botton Clock, Second Floor
HIGH . CLASS MILLINEnY
Club Stables Block
MR8. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
BCAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Aro Always Found at the
Just received by S. S. Sierra, the
very lateit in fancy TAILORED
LINEN 8UITS alio ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
1027 NUUANU 8TREET
UP'to-date Millinery and Men's Hate
rei i.m...v .....r. . 11 I Tf V I WT I ft-J. I . S'J&i- s. ii - g t . . i
Office, King 8treet opp.
(Additional Shipping on Page 8) ,
SHPPNG COMM , S ONER OHM
WILL CONTMIE AT TIjIS PORT
Honolulu Commercial Bodies Saved the- Appropriation
Mexican Bringing Heavy Mainland Freight Mauna
Kca Returned With Manv Tourists Two Inter-Island
Steamers. Back With Sugar
to Meet With Troubles.
The olllco of rnlteil StntCK Shipping'
CunimlHMluiipr fit the port of Honolu
lu will not lie aliollHhed. Such Is the
declaration made thin morning folldtt-
Ing upon the receipt of calilo advices
from W ushtiiKton now in thu posses
slnn of I'nlted States Shipping
nilssloner llnrr N. Almy.
A ft w w eeks
ago camo what was'
HIipiHiheil to he the
that Honolulu as
well as a half-doien fldently expected that efTorts will ho
ighout tho United Jiiailo to bring the troopship Into Ho
deprUed of a ship- 110I11I11 harbor In time for tho fourth
1 titer 1101 in tin 01:
Slnles would be deprived of a ship.
plug rotnmissliiner with tho cIohc of
thti flsi.nl ear ending June 30, 1012.
Under that arrangement nil IiusIiicih
permitting to tho signing 011 or ills
1 hiirgo of seamen would receive attcn
Hon at the hands of Collector of Cus
Shipping Commissioner Almy Im
nii'illutely got bus) upon thu receipt
or Information which predicted thu.
abolition of his olllcc. Iluilnom In.
teiests at tho port also took n decld
ed stand and n series of cables soon
found their way In tbn direction of tho
powers that be at Washington.
In addition to efforts madu by the
local Chamber of Commerce, several
Important shipping linns with head
qunrterH at this port entered tho lists
nnd petitioned for the retention of
such an olllccr hero.
Commissioner Almy has been ns
uirid that despite the action taken by
the House commuted In attempting to
cut the Honolulu appropriation from
thu schedule, tho United States Sen
lite Committee on Appropriations has
1 sported favorably upon tho matter of
letalnlng Honolulu at least on the list
of seaports throughout tho country
uheru u shipping commissioner will
bo retained In service.
Records maintained by Commission-
et Almy show that during thu past
o.-ir 210 vessels, both sail and steam.
niro handled and tner 1S0O men pass.
ed upon. Tho Commissioner arliltra
ted twenty-two cucs In which testi
mony was taken In matters pertaining
to falluro to collect wages and a host
ol other complaints.
Slnco tho first of Juno Commission
er Almy lias been holding forth In of
fices at tho customs-house.
Mauna Kea Popular with Tourliti.
A delegation of tourtits returned
from n short stay at tho volcano as
passengers In the Inter-Island flagship
Milium Kca this morning, Tho visit
ors report that tho shrlno of I'olo af
fords a lino spectacle at the present
Purser Phillips tells of a pleasant
trtii w"b fresh trades and fuvornblo
seas crossing tho channel.
Tho Mauna Kea was alongjlde tho
wharf before 7 o'clock and stevedores
began to discharge a miscellaneous
cargo Including a largo (inutility uf
mpty barrels and drums, 18 bundles
sacks. S this lilies, 4 sacks corn, 21
sacks iiirrots, 12 cords wood, 4 crates
chickens, and 170 packages sundries,
Tho steamer Is to bo dispatched on
a tettirn trip to Hllo at 4 o'clock tak
ing n fair list of passengers. Tho
Mary Wlnkelman was the only deep
sea vessel remaining at the port of
Hllo with the depaituro of tho Mauna
Kea for Honolulu,
Will Tell of Canal Work.
Much Interest has been awakened
by the promised lecturoVm the Pana
ma Cauul and tho progress made in
tho great undertaking, which Is lo bo
dollwrcd In this city on next Thurs
day evening by Captain Warren T.
llnuuum, Corps ot Engineers, rum.
innndlng Company I at Port do Hussy
Tho tulk will bo given at tho Opcrn
Ilousn Cantata Ilnnnum ias nn elniviport from tho (Jardcu Island by tho
In tho Canal Zone for some llino, and's'oamer Noenu this morning were 1320
Is thoroughly conversant with all
phases of digging thu big ditch.
Japane&e Propose to Reduce Steaming
The Yokohama Maru, which left Yo
kohama for Seattle on her maiden
lruus-Pacific o)ngo, carried twenty
tlrsl cabin passengers and 240 third.
ami a full cargo,
l'ho new Nippon
Yusen Knlshn liner
duc'ci the schedule tlmu between Yciko
'- ,"-" - -,,.. ....', j . - -
liuiiiu nnd Scuttle 011 this run for tho
first voiiigc, as the trip Is watched by
Hie ollleinls uf the company and ship
pers with much Interest.
Wool Shipment from Hawaii.
SKty-oue bales of wool woro In
cluded In tho freight brought from Ha
waii purls in (ho steamer Ivvalant,
This vessel arrived from tho lllg Isl
and this morning and her olllcers ro
port 30110 sacks sugar awaiting ship
ment nt llonolpu. Tho Ivvtiluu! met
with stiong hoilhcast trades and bead
Transport Sherman Bringing 6th
Tho Otli United Statos Infantry Is
teported on board tho transport Shot-
man, which, according to Into cables
received by tho local Quartcrmnstor
department, sailed from Nagasaki fur,
i Honolulu nnd Snn Francisco on Thurs-
Tho Gtli Infantiy has been stationed
Flaurence Ward Continues
for the past two sears at Camp
Ketthlny, Mindanao, In tlio famous
Lako l.anao dlnlrlct. ' During Its tour
theru illlTcrcnt detachments of the reg'
lincnt had many encounters with thu
hosttlo Moros of tho lake district, and
Com-jworo largely liiHtrmnental In brlngltm
them to their present pcaccnn state.
The Sherman is 11110 to arnvo at n
iiioltilu on or about July 3rd. It Is con
llcdiicllon In Tea H'-ilKlit DciiiiiiiiIciI,
The negotiations between the repre
sentatives of tho Conference lines and
ton-shippers with 11 view to arranging
u reduction of freight on tea arc pro
gressing, at Shlruoka The A911I1I
states that the steamship companies
1 com to have no particular objection
to reducing freight; thu only differ
ence between the shippers nnd tho
steamship coirils being In regard
(o rebates. Ti... foreign companies In
the Conference aro said to have
threatened to stop sending steamers
to Shlmlzu If the tea-shippers perlsst
In their present demand The ship
owners point out that they aro making
largo sacrifices in the Interests ot tfie
Japan tea trade. On the other hand,
some of tho shippers propose (0 up'
peal to public opinion should tho Con
ference steamship companies reso
lutely stand to their guns without any
concession whatever. It Is believed
that the dispute will be eventually
settled by a reduction of from ICTiU
to $.".1G por-ton, with n rebate of $1
Small Carao In tho Persia.
A cablegram received Ibis morning
nt the agency of II. Hnckfeld & Co. Is
to the effect that tho Pacific Mall lin
er Persia sailed from Yokohama des
tined for Snn Francisco via Honolu
lu. Tho Perala Is reported to be
bringing 350 tons Oriental freight for
dischargo at Honolulu. Tho vessel
should arrive hero on or about July
2nd. and according to advices for-
warded there is room far but thirteen
Mexican Will Bring New York Freight
Freight for local Importers leaving
New York on April 30 In tho steamer
Callfornlan and also In tho Hawaiian
on May 4th Is duo to arrive at Hono
lulu next Tuesday morning In the
American-Hawaiian freighter Mexl
can. Tills vessel Is now en route from
Puget Sound ports. Tho Mexican was
also glen a quantity of merchandise
at San Francisco and Seattle and Ta
coma destined for Island ports'
London to Australia via Panama.
A. M. Culver, Sail Pedro, agent of
tho Oceanic Steamship Company, left
that port on May 29 for Loudon, where
he will endeavor to divert a part of
the shipping business botweon Eng
land and Australia from tho Suez Ca
nal route to New York, San Pedro and
Klyo Maru Due Tomorrow.
With a small consignment of fer
tilizer, tho .Japanese liner Klyo Maru,
from Central and South American
ports, is expected to come Inside the
harbor tomorrow morning and berth
at the railway whaif. Tho Klyo Is
1 roceedlug to Japan und China, where
the bulk of her freight Is consigned.
Noeau Back with Sugar,
Included In tho cargo brought to this
sacks sugar and several packages sun
dries. Tho olllcers roport that tho
steamer Nlihnu will arrive from Ka
ii.il ports 011 Suneluy morning with a
full shipment of sugar.
Transport Sheridan Off for Alaska.
According to dispatches from Seat,
tie, tho United States Army transport
Sheridan, carrying 814 enlisted men
nil! ut-.a.niav ....Jof thee 13th Infantry under e-ninmnnil
, - - ---. ----- r -
1"' Colonel Cbniles McClure. was lo
I'm"' sullen from mo Houim port for
Alaska 011 Juno
Rigid inspection of Tea Ordered.
SlIATTLi:. Wash., Junu 7. Tho
customs authorities 4bnve received In
structions from tho Treasury Depart
ment to make a more rigid Inspection
of lea being shipped Into this country
through Puget Sound ports.
New Camlno a Fine Vessel.
Tho new $.100,000 passenger and
Irelglit-carrler Camlno. being built for
Hvvnyno & lloyt. will be launched at
Craig's shipbuilding yards at Long
Reach on Juno 10. Tho Camlno will
bo a 300 foot llrst-class steel vcsbel.
Bark Allen Ready for Sea,
Tho bark S. C. Allen Is now dis
charged ot a slilpinont of lumber, and
that vessel Is bolne made londv for
sen. Tho 8. 0. Allen Is to bo fumlgat-
rd nnd will probhnly sail for Sound
ports on Monday,
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quarter of the moon June 21.
Temperature C n in., 74; 8 a. m
78: 10 a in. 78: noun, So; minimum
last night. 74.
Wind 0 n 111., velocity 1C, direction
N. i:.; S a m., velocity 12. direction
N K.; 10 a 111., velo61ly 9, direction
K.: noon, velocity 12, direction 12.
Total wind movement for past 24
hours, 282 miles.
l)nroinetcr at 8 a. in, 30.05; dew
point nt 8 a in., CO; relatlNo humid
ity, Sam, UG; nbsolute humidity, 8
n. m.. I.7uT
Total rainfall during past 24 hours.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchants' x
Saturday, June 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Juno 22,
1 11. in.. S. H. Ventura, for Honolulu,
Sailed, Juno 22, 1 30 p. ill.. S. 8.
Nile, fur Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Juno 22, S. S.
Persia, for Honolulu.
PIH1KT SOUND Arrived, Juno 21,
sclir Mlniili) A. Calne from Port Al
len, June 1,
S. S. TI2NYO MARU Will arrive
from Yokohama Monday at 4 p. in.,
unil will probably sail Tuesday
morning for Snn Francisco.
S. 8. KIYO MARU Will nrrlvo to
morrow (Sunday) at 9 a 111. rrom
Valparaiso nnd will probably sail
for Yokohama Monday p. in.
Ift n . 11
AT THE POfT
"ir.0 sacks' of mainland mall
received by tlio Jap
The noxt mall duo from tho main
land should nrrfvo In the Pacific Mall
steamer NJle), duo hero on noxt Frl
A galvanized Iron shed located near
tlio old Mauna Loa wharf has been
purchased at public auction by C. II.
Taking' n full cargo of sugar, the
Matson Navigation steamer llllonlan
departed from Hllo fdr San Francisco
The Japaneso liner Tcnyo Mary, to
sail for San PrancUco on or about
noxt Tuesday, will carry tho mall des.
tinod for the mainland.
The United States Army transport
Sherman, with olllcers and enlisted
men of tho fith Infnntry, sailed from
Nagasaki fur Honolulu and San Fran
cisco last Thursday.
A big delegation of Japaneso gath
ered nt Alakea wharf last ovenlng on
the departure of tho Toyo Klsen Kal
slin liner Chlyo Maru for Japan.
Three hundrod Asiatic passengers
sailed for tho Orient In tho vosscl.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, from (Hllo and
way portB, Juno 22. Miss J. K. Pflf
fciiUorgor, Dr.. W. K. Nichols, Mrs.
Nichols. Miss Nlcholsj N. Furber, F.
Pliickner, A. K. Aklna, Mrs. Aklua, II,
n. Campbell, J. a. Sorrao, H. F.
Ilrovvn. C. L. llluott, I). Crockett, C,
F. Merrill, U. S. Wlso, W.- II. Deck
or. A. Llko. A. IC. Nawahl. C. J.
Wells, Mrs. Wells, FJ M. lllggerstaff,
W. K. CliainUorlaln. Miss Wells, Pros
Albert. Joseph, Matthias, Raymond
C. Hollo, II. T. Hnyselden. II. C. Wal
dron. Miss L. do Ilarno, Mrs. (1. L.
Koiin, II. S. Gray. J. Smcaton, Rov.
J. F. Cowan, F. II. McStocker, J. A.
Hughes. J. M Young. C. II. Gngo, L.
It. Gregg. W T. Robinson, A. (1.
Smith, H, J. Gucrro, Rev. A. Aklna,
Mrs. H. Hanebcrg, Miss W. Lnwton,
Mrs. 8. Meyer. A. D. Mnrtun, Job. L.
Coke, It. Hitchcock, Father Ilinmer
man, II. 11. Hond, C. 0. Clark. 8. II.
Fuglynma, M. Yoknynmn, Mrs. Heda,
L. Malakau, wife and two children;
Misses Nalllma (2), Mrs. P. Ilrovvn
and child, Mrs. Aklona.
Saturday. J.uno 22.
wny ports Mauna Kea,
slliir., a. in,
Kniuil ports Iwnlanl, stmr., n.m
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr., a.m.
Friday, Juno 21,
Japan nnd China poris Chlyo Mn
ru. Jan. stmr.. r, n.m.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claiidine,
Etmr., ii p.m.
ifllnwall portB Heleno, stmr., p.m
Kauai ports Llkcllko, stmr., p.m.
First Steamers Off for Bering Sea.
Tlio formal opening of navigation In
llerlng Sea, which Is closed by Ico
lieuriy uvo muuillH oi mo yuui, wun
marked on Juno 1 by tlio snlllng of
the steamer Senator nnd tho freight-
crs Soward and 81. Helena for Nonio,
lltilletlu Waul Ads will find It
OQDS AND ENDS
1 " j 1
Onhu College will end Its school yenr
tonight, with iciiniiitlitenieiit exercises
ut Charles R HMiop Hull, beginning
ut 8 o'clock
With the announcement of the prlxJs
and awards for the ear, the extremes
tonight take on added Interest ntl.l the
ii.idlturluin will lie crowded' with rela
tives and friends uf the graduates and
cither students '
President A I Clrlfllths will preilde.
nnd the urogram will be usToIIomh
Invociitlon Rev, l.eoiid Krrll
. ...Miss Maltha Louise MtChoMiey
Mltx Huzel Muiklnnd
Tho Panama Canal
Hubert Alexander Anderson
Marlon HlliUibeth llrown
Trio Dance of the I'ulrles
.Misses Thelinii Murphy, Murgiierltu
Wudiimn, (llena McL'riicken
Address Vocational Cultural 1MUC1
tlon I)r John H. Cumin
Presentation uf the Class Olft
Randolph Howard Hitchcock. Prei
Idcnt, Class uf 191.'
Announcement of the Damon Rhetori
Announcement of the Roll of Honor,
Pri'seiitutlun uf Diplomas.
Quintet Flouting Mid the Lille
Crane Is Smith, IMnin 1lbl, Alex
Anderson. Oswald Stenen Solo
part sung by Chester Livingston
Iluudkllon Itev Leopold Kroll
The list of graduates Is lis follows:
Culle-gi' prep!iiutiir 1 nurse William
Patterson Alexander, Holurt Alexatidir
Anderson, .Marion Maude I'liaplu. Fran
cis Clark Ciiwiiii. IMnln lliilehesun
(lihb, Randolph llimunl Hitchcock,
Mill on Lle Holmes, Helen Jones, Har
old Kerr, John Troup Molr Jr. Wil
li 1111 Llonal Morgan ami Dal Tung
dun nil iciurse IMIIIi Luis Dubinin,
Crance-H Hazel HiicMnml, Frames Hal
let Cothraii, Helen Itosu Culliurn, Allie
Hello Davis Margin, t Stewm t Forrest,
I.oina Uoolelii Jarrttt. IMIth Dorothv
Kiohi. Ruth Diiiothiii Llinlley. Martha
Louise McChesney. William Woods
Pat). Ituth Hoppln R, uton nnd Ileatrlcn
Commercial course Marlon Kllznbetli
llruwp, Hii7cl Clear and Cumin Lille
Music certificates - Martha Louise
Tho Japanese luncheon given yes
terday noon in tho Shtii-rlu-tei Club on
Vlnejard street was especially pre
pared at the Instance of Ilaron T
Oznwa. head of tho Japaneso Red
CroBB party, and licit Mr Mori, tho
Acting Japaneso Consul General.
Ilaron Oznwa, an enthusiastic pro
moter of tho Japanese Red Cross So
doty, entertained prominent locnl Jap
aneso at a nine noun 111 tlio suiii-riu ici
Club. Acting Consul General Mori, of,
fleers of tho local .laiianoso Red Crobs
Society, and a few Invited guests
toasted tho distinguished baronial host
sincerely during tho participation of
EDITOR TO BECOME
CITIZEN OF U. S.
Rodorlck Mntheson, who gives his
CLLiipntlou ns editor and sals ho was
born nt Lincoln, Norfolk, canuua, 011
Juno 21. 1870. vcslcrduy tiled nppllcn
lion for citizenship papers. Albert
licrco Taylor and A. 13. Murphy, clerk
of tlio united States District Court
appear as witnesses to tho application
Tills signature, written in full lis ac
cordance with legal speclltcntluns, has
given rise to iiuestlons among I he edi
tor's friends hero as to tho meaning
nnd origin of tho Initinl "O.," with
which .Mntheson ordinarily parts his
name In tho middle. It does not np
pear on tho application.
Ho will now be able to votn nt tho
noxt general election, as his Dual ex
amination will bo tnkeu September 20,
tho last data before election on which
citizenship applicants may bo beard
by tho court.
Thomas Douglas Skinner, born at
Ktrkuldy, Scotland, is another who
llled bis application for final papers
PROGRESS IN JUDGE
In Police Judge Monsarrat's court
Mile morning Wong Chung, charged
with uppropiiatlug funds uf the Singer
Sewing Machine Couipau, was sent tu
Jill for live months
Tiikahiisbl, 11 Japanese, who lefuted
to tie ills hoi see to a post Yibiti c-u
iieml hi other l,iiMl,if.,iM ve-iiM IIiikiI S'.
unit eeislH uf eoiiit 11,. i-nlil Hint lu.l
did not see any policeman Around when
bo left Ids animal untied.
Marin Ake, I.UzIo AM ami Sum Ku
11 Ul till were taxed J5 each foi disturb
ing the (pllet of the night
Puk Sun Chin, Hung Puiig Uug ami
Clioug Yung Chick, Kol cups, chut ge el
with assault and hutte-iy, were Irleel
Mils morning before Judge Munsarrnt
The! prose ciitlon piove-d that llui de
fendants beat a Chliiiinian, and they
were iiccurillngly lined
Advices fiom Carney, Okhi., say
robbers entered tho Hank of Carney
and escaped with booty amounting tu
-,-- - - - - :-; , , --- t --
Rl'0,lt 1".000' ""'"""I y blasting tho
. ' " . , .
Invest your mime) In II u I let In
iiltcrtWug mid It returns to you n
There linve been n number of trans
fers among the ulllcers of the Paelllc
licet, nnd when the cruller Colorado
reuehis hole Jillv 2, em her way to the!
Coast, she will have on board Several I
ulllcers who llgured prominently In the
round uf guyctlcs and entertainments
aboard othir ships during the fleet's
long stay at Honolulu
Several officers have been detached
from the Pacille and given duty with
the Aslutlc fleet Among these li Kn
slgu Samuel Wilder King of Honolulu,
who has been detached from the South
Dakota nnd will do a tour uf duty In
tho Fur Last
The wardroom of the flagship Cali
fornia, which harbored a mess that had
been together longer than am In the
fleet, Is sadly broken up. Lieutenant
"Dusty" Rhodes goos to tho supply ship
illaeler, presumably us executive, nnd
Lieutenant II II Rlebe, who was trans
ferred fr'um the (flaclcr to the Cali
fornia In this port, goes to the Ceiln
rado. Lieutenant "Tummy" Withers,
who went from the California to the
(llaeier as executive, Is now with the
Colorado, and his smile will be seen
un Honolulu's stnets soon ngiln.
Llcutenunt Albert Itees, who was
chief patrol olllccr during the gri'nter
part uf tho fleet's visit here, was de
tached from the South Dakota and I"
now un tho Colorado, homeward bound
Fiislgn (X H A. llotsford goes from
the Colorado to the Asiatic station Mrs.
llotsford, who spent Viomo tints here.
Joined her husband 'In the Far Fast
some months ago. Knslgu M C. Ilow
inun foes from tlio South Dakota to
the Asiatic station, as does Lieutenant
lliinnlgau, former! entice r nf the "H
Lieutenant Ross 13 Rovvell, F, S M
C, who passed thlough here on the
navy transport Iturfiilo, going home to
uvvalt ureters, has been ordered tu Den
ver eiu recruiting duty
The local naval station expects to
get In wireless touch with the Colorado
about June SO Her arrival with news
of the future movements uf the Piieltle
fleet, and the results uf target practise,
Is eagerly looked for, here.
Seattle Submarine Made Fast Time,
Though her actual best time Is
withhold, tho submarine Ft, built for
the United Slates Navy by tho Seattle
Constrirctlou and Drydnck Company,
under tlio supervision of tho Flectric
Hoat Company of Now lersoy, mate
rially surpassed tho spued require
ment of tlio contract during her first
preliminary trial run held recently
over the trial course off the east shorn
of Vashou Island. Four of these sub
marines are being built In tho Seattle
sards fur this Government and nlso
two for that of Chile.
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