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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1912.
Honolulu Scrotul Degree,
Honolulu Chapter, It. . AI.
Murk .Mnilcr. I'oiipoitcd.
All Tliltlag member ol tkt
Order art cordially Imrltitl to
attend meetings of local ladcea
Jllt'l UU lilt
Slid mid 4th
lit K. 1. Hall
7i.no v. ai.
urine engineers'. M",er,8 '
1131. JIcIUM.EY LODGE, (). 8,
Iv. lit 1'.
McotB cvorv 2nd nnd 4th Satur
ilny cvitilng ut 7:30 o'clock In
K. or I' Hull, cor. Fort nnd
llcrctnnl.-i Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to nttend.
A. r. GERTZ, C. C.
r. v. KiLuur, k. n. a.
iiomuumj lodge, cie, n. i o. t
.Honolulu Lodge No. 01G,
n. T. O Klka, meets In
their h.ill, on King St.,
near Fort, overy Friday
evening. Visiting Hroth-
crs uro cordially Invited
A i: Mt'RI'HY. E. n.
II DL'XSUIIC. Sec.
OAIICJ LODGE 0. 1, K. of 1.
iw Meets every Jlrst nnd third Frl
PSraday nt 7 30 o'clock. I'ythlan
Hall, corner llcrctnnla iind
Fort streets. Visiting brothers
cordially United to attend.
F A. HAWKINS, C C.
O HniNi:, K. of It. & S.
II.HV.V1IA' TI1II1E A'U. 1, I. O. II. 31.
Meets every first and third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hall. I. O. O. F.
building, Vhiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend
IIKNRY A ASCII, Sacl.cn).
I.OMS A. I'KKHV, C. of R
homilum; akiiik no, v. o. k.
i) Meets on second nnd fourth
SjrC Wednesday evening of each
(spc month at 7'30 o'clock. In
K. of ! Hall, corner Fort
and Reretunln. Visiting brothers aro
Invited to attend.
VM. JONKS, W. P.
J. W. ASCII, Secy.
IIO.VOLL'LU LODGE NO. 800,
1,. O. O. .Mm
will meet in Odd Fellows' building,
Fort strcot, near King ovory Friday
evening nt 7.30 o clock.
' VUltlng brothers cordially Invited
AMIlHOSi: J. WIHTZ, Dictator.
E. A. JACOHSON, Secrctury.
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
Boston Block, Second Floor
HIGH . CLA8S MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
BCAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at the
Just received by 8. S, Sierra, the
very latest in fancy TAILORED
LINEN 8UITS1 also ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSE8 and LINGERIE
1027 NUUANU STREET
Up to-date Millinery and Men's Hata
UT . ijj
Office, King Street, opp. Union Grill
I (Additional Shipping on Page 8)
SCAMPER IN SCULLERY ON
Would Forsake Uncle Sam's Service irr Hawaii for Pastures
Green on Pacific Slope Inter-Island Steamers Hasten
to Port with Rich Sugar Cargoes Break in Steamers
Causes Delay in Mails Mauna Kea Carried Big Crowd
' Itent li'"
This was the sharp and brief com-
matul uttered In the scullery of tho
Mat son Navigation steamer llonolulan
a half hour before the sailing of the
liner for San Francisco, that caused a
scum Ing to cover, participated In by
a bevy of husky, nud khakl-clad men.
who had already begun their duties as
assistants ln tho stewards department noiiblo cellular bottoms and numer
on Imniil ship. "cm water-tight compartments.
"Walt n minute, lllllt" called out' On board Is a band under experience
Harbor OIHecr Carter to ono young
man who was making frnntlo efforts
lo conceal his person within tho nnr-
row confines of a crevlco found among
somo crates of vegetables and boxes
Hotter come nlong, and tell It to tho
Captain, Insisted Carter as one Yvll-
Ham (Jrubb, alleged deserter from tho
l'lillnil Stolen nrmv lrlo.1 Mi l.nm lo
convince tho pollco officer that he had1 , Tlll steamship Orterlc. formerly of
been a mero plnntntlon laborer, and t,le Wotcrhouso fleet nnd well known
In fact had never shouldered a gun ' thls lort' having brought 1S00 tm
or dug n trench under a tropical sun. migrants to tho Islands, Is on her wny
tlrubb failed lo concct with serin- to Calcutta to load general cargo for
hlon as afforded by n friendly hiding' Now York. Tho vessel, which was re
place on the Honoltilnu. ' ccntly taken out of tho trans-Pacllc
It appears that soveral members of service, sailed on April 11 from Horn
l ho local workaway guild had nrranged bay for Kobe with n enrgo of cotton,
passage to the land of tho free nnd and nftcr discharging sailed from Ko
Iiome of political dissension, through be for Cnlcutta May 10. Tho,Orterlo
the permission of tho ship's officers.. Is expected In New York somo time In
That there nre several army deserters August. She Is In command of Cant.
at large. Carter. In turning to hi
'Who's Who" can readily testify. Ills
visit to the llonolulan this morning
followed by ono or two brother ofll-
cers, wns heralded as soon ns the mlmj May 12 and expected to Ball for Ma
Ions of Inw and order bad lilt tho nlla In a few days. The vessel wns
Hackfeld wharf. While several work
:twas succeeded In gaining a passage,
(iruhb has been detained hero and now
languishes at tho police station await
ing action by tho military authorities.
Tho departure of tho llonolulan for
Snn Francisco promptly nt 10 o'clock
was ii merry ono from tho standpoint
of south and beauty, melody and flow
ers.. Tho long wharf was crowded
with hundreds of spectators. Tho us
ual belated rush of messengers bear
ing mall was a feature.
l-'Ifty-ono passengers sailed for tho
mainland. The delegation includes a
number of school teachers, among l"K aboard covered tho crow ond pas
which Horsey ! Miller, only n fowisengers with their rovolverB. Tho
nays ngo a promising HHo pedagogue.l hold-up of the comprndoro of tho boat
w.ih no Inconspicuous figure. Miller, iml tho dozen passengers netted tho
Is making hnsto to gain tho mainland I robbers $5000. When tho pirates had
following his sensatlonnl escapado at secured everything of valuo aboard
tho Rainy City In which ho figured as, tho little craft they disabled Its ma-
e target for tho ball from a gun mill
er poorly alined by K. F. Nichols, man
ager of tho Illlo Mercantile Company,
Willi whoso wife Miller Is alleged lo
bavo becomo too Intimate.
Miller silently stole aboard tho llo
uoliilan early this morning, remained Moxlcan will depart for aSllna Cruz
under cover or his stateroom until a uy lllc wnJf of 1'ort Allen nnd Illlo on
moment before tho llonolulan pulled Friday evening, according to an
nway from tho wharf, when ho wa3 nounccment mndo by C. V. Morse, gen
obscrved by several to imlnfnllv find. oral freight agent for tho line. Tho
l.lu i n v ,1m. n ( 1. n ....,....... ... .. ..nl..t I
in n nnj Ulinil IIIU fUIIK'.tlJ' III a IHIIII t j
where he could rccelvo a big bunch of
flowers, presented to him by n rather
liniidsoino appearing woman.
Tho llonolulan carries a largo ship
ment of sugar aggregating flvo thou
sand tons, nlso 20,000 caBes of pro
rerved pineapples and shipments of
coffee, rice, honey and tildes.
Tho llottolulan Is scheduled lo nr
rive at San Francisco on next Wed
nesday morning, with a later mall.
Railroad Ties From Big Island.
Railway ties lo tho- number of near
ly ono thousand arrived as part cargo
in mo intcr-isinnu steamer Claudlnn.
I'ho Claudlno brought freight and pas
sengers from regular ports along Ha-'
wall and Maul. Items of cargo In-1
eluded n quantity or empty bottles, 281
1 ocs. and 137 lmnkaces sundries. Pur.!
her Klbllng reports tho Matsnn Nnvl-i
i-'iillun steamer Kntcrnrlso loading stig-
nr and discharging cargo at HHo, also
tho barkcntlno Mary Wliikelman ills-'
chnrging lumber at tho samo port.'
l ho sclioouors Carrier Dovo and A. F.'or sundries
Cnatos vvcro passed at Knliulul. Tho I
l luudlno mot with flno weather on tliu
( Hawaii Cattle for the Slaughter.
Hawaii c-aitio in ino nuinnor ot sev-
cnty-flvo head arrived at tho port this
morning In tho steamer Maul. . Tho
vessel nrougiii u largo and mlscnllan-
eous cargo Including 4170 sacks sugar,
21 bales hides, a quantity of hardwood
logs. 23 tons soil, and CO packages
sundries. The Maul met with strong
iinruieaBt vviiius nnu heavy sens whllo
working along tho Hnmakua coast.
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Russian Liner on Maiden Trip.
Tho liner Czar which arrived on
.nine su ni .w mrK on nor mnicen
vntinlrn rrnm I inn liiui a u Mm n .
1 nat Vi n : , .
r. , "' ""' "J ' "u "7' ' lw ""I
Atnnrlrnn linn. flhn iMnbndtpH llin
A,;r. 1, hi, r.n;J .
hlghost work In shipbuilding, and Is n '
fit slstor to the. well-known steamers
Kursk anil Russia of tho samo Heel,
which, 111(0 herself, wore launched
from tho yards of Scottish builders. '
Tho now steamer has flvo decks nnd
neronimodntlmiR for 60 first.elnss. 260
' tecond-class nnd 1100 third-class pas
eengors, She Is of 13,500 tons ills-'
placement, 425 feet long and 58 feet
beam, with boilers furnishing 10,000
Ten days Is required for the voyage
between Lllmti and New York, a speed
of flfteen knots being maintained. The
vcsscUls equipped with every possible
device Installed for the safety and
comfort of passengers. Including wire-
less telegraph, suhmnrlno bell signals,
ed Russian military bandmasters, and
concerts arc given several times daily
during the voyago from I.lbau to Now
York nnd outward, on which trip tho
steamer calls at Rotterdam. The
C'zar Is commanded by Captain Smllt-
neck, formerly of tho steamer lllrma.
Mllllinlllll Orlfrlc 1.003 (III 0VV Hull.
Tho steamship Suvcrlc, nlso a for
mer member of the Wnterhouso fleet
and well known In Seattle, wna In Mn.
ordered to proceed from Manila for
Colombo, Island of Ceylon, whoro she
will take 1000 Mohammedan pilgrims
bound for Jeddah on tho Red Sen.
From Jeddah they will go to Mecca,
Chinese Pirates Defy Foreigners.
Hongkong A (Jlilneso passenger
motor' boat, flying tho Ilrltlsh flag and
engaged In tho West river trade, was
captured nnd robbed by pirates near
vviiciiovv. ino mrntes ran their craft
alongside tho mbtor boat and spring-
riilncry nnd escaped In their own
Mexican to Null I'rhhij.
Atfivlnnn la til Illlo ,wr, .llaolin rnlnn
'--,v " ." i-"v u.i.iiiii(,iii(, .,
largo consignment f freight nnd mer
chandise, a portion of which comes
from New York and was transferred
at tho Isthmus from tho vessels In tho
Purine .Mull Murr lo Coal Here.
Soven hundred tons coal will bo sup
plied the Purine Mall liner Nilo dur
ing tho stay of tho vessel nt tho port
or Honolulu. Tho Nile Is duo to nr-
rlvo hero on Friday morning, tho ves
sel bringing no cargo from San Fran
Cisco. Tho Nile will berth at Alakea
wharf. It is tho present intention to
C.nn norls on tho evcnlnir of ihn .Ihv
Mkl'llke ill VfHll Sugar.
Sugar to tho amount of C000 sacks
"as Included In n cargo arriving from
Kauai in the steamer Ukollko. Other
lines of freight noted were orates of
chickens, turkeys, pigs, and packages
leaded vvltli a shipment or Makco
sugar, tho Inter-Island Btenmor No
cau Is expected to nrrlvo ut Honolulu
on Friday morning.
Kauai Sugar Report. '
mignr uwniting shipment on
Island 'of Kauai as reported by tho
omccrs in ino steamer vv. u, nan in
eludes tho following consignments:
Mak., 1G.312; U. & It.. 1200; Mel)., 11,
515; K. K. II., 0390; K. S. M 5700; K,
I 15,650; h. 1. 13,036; O. F., 10,210.
,s,,7uor HllU ll(.k fr0I k.m.i.
With tho regulation 5000 sacks su-
gnr Kthorod at ports nlong tho Island
ot Kauni t10 mtor-Island steamer W.
0, Hn), wnB arriVIli tha lnornlnB
. . "
uritiKlng n row nasaengors.
. Tho vessel met .with lino weather on
Iho horaowanl trip.
Shoe Polish at
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
SUN AND MOON
S Is' 5.21
l'lilfmoonTune so nt 3 03 ii. m
Temperature G a. in., 71 j 8 n m.,
74; 10 n. m., 77; 12 noon, 78; mini
mum last night, 69.
Wind 0 n. m.. velocity 3, direction
N.; 8 a. m velocity G, direction S.W.;
10 a. m velocity 10, dlr-ctloii 8.; 12
noon, velocity 12, direction S.
llaromcter 8 a. m.. 30.0."i; relntlvo
humidity. 8 n. m.. 71: absolutely lui
mldlty 8 a. in., 0.709. Dowpolnt ut S
a. m gc.
Total rainfall during past 21 hours
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cable to JlcrchnntV
Wednesday, June 26.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Juno 2S,
8 p. m., S. S. Wllliclmlna, henco
I'ORT TOWN8ENU Arrived, Juno
2.", schr. A. F. Coats, from Muklltco.
HILO Sailed, June 25, S. S. Mlssour-
Inn, for Sallna Cruz.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed. Juno 2fi, 1
p. in.. S. S. I.urllno lowing S. 8.
Hcnnlngton, for Honolulu.
IinKMKIlTON Arrived Juno 20, U. S.
R. Supply, henco Juno 15.
Compressed Air to Keep Ships
.Captain Charles C. Marsh, cotnmnn-
dor or the nrmored cruiser North Car
olina, makes tho statement that tho
only wny "that ship? can bo made un-
slnkablo is by tho use of compressed
air In each water-tight compartment
Tho North Carolina, under Captain
Marsh s urgent recommcndntlon, Is bo-
Ing fltted out with tho compressed-air
system, and tho authorities navo un
der consideration the proposition of
having this system Installed in every
other vessel of the service.
The Titanic, said Captain Marsh,
was believed to bo unslnkablo by her
, ,. , , ,. , . .,l"W-- .-wn,n IIIIIIV. till! Kl tllliimtlllil ,11
builders nnd accordingly by many of llltf ,mBcl)a, KriIlln(I hne lc II1CI1
Ihn nnssoniTprM. nnm nr wlinm nil-' . . ...
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uuuuiuui; mat t tiV4i i'o aa n itnim
of this faith In the ability or shipbuild
ers to provlilo an absolutely safo
means or tmnsportntlon ror them
across tho sea. Thp sad result has
thaken the faith or the world In tho
absolttto safety or ocean traffic.
"From what I havo been nblo lo
learn from reports and other Informa
tion previous to this disaster nnd from
statements made by survivors I bo
llovo the Titanic was as near perfec
tion its ship constructors could mako
it, Willi the only exception of tho use
of compressed air. Had this system
been In use I think the snip would
not have sunk and all of those thou
sands or morp lives would havo been
Tho captain pointed out that tho
owners of tho steamship Mount Tem
ple, which was ono of tho nearest ves-
blcls to The Titanic at tho tlmo It
struck tho Iceberg, aro In position to
boar out his statements ns to tho suc
cessful application of compressed air
In keeping ships afloat. This was
first proved nn tho Mount Temple- hep
soir, which wns sunk In tho St. Law
rence River a row years ago. ARor
every customary means or salvage had
been tried without result, John Ar
hucklo or Now York oxpcrlmonted
with compressed air and raised tho
Captain Marsh has been a convert
to tho uso ot compressed air on ships
over siuco 111s own memoraiilo exper
ience In tho sinking or tho United
States steamship Yankee off tho Now
England coast In December, 1908. Ho
wns lu command of tho Yankee, which
wns tho parent ship of tho torpedo
Tho Yankee struck a rock In n
heavy fog and went to tho bottom
In forty-two feet of water. Salvage
operations conducted by tho Navy De
partment, in which colliers and togt
were used, proved without avail. Hope
of floating tho ship wns abandoned
when Mr. Arbucklo cam a along with
compressed air. Tho vessel was
raised by this system, but It sank
again through no fault of .tho nir.
Tho second sinking wns duo parity
In n collision with n collier which was
working nlnngsldo and tho fact thai
tho vosscl bad only ono steel deck.
Tho nlr iiressuro necessary to float tho
vos8ol proved too strong against tho
under woodon decks and thoy burst.
Tho Ynnkeo was an old morchant
ship when sho wns acquired by tho
United States government during the
Spanish wnr and her construction was
obsolete Nearly all merchant ships
theso days havo steol decks and
stronger bulkheads, which would ron
dor tho compressed air systom offee
Still Another Japanese Line.
Tho Chosen Yusen Kalsha has Just
opened a regular service between Fn
sail and Kangku, North Kyonsnng-do,
via I'nlmng. Tho flrut liner Kelho
Maru, 128 tons, weighed anchor at
Fusnu on tho Ut Inst, Tho liner will
bo run overy thrco dayB.
1 i 1
Dr I.esiigo of I'arls was uwurdeJ
first prlzo of 12000 lu tho exhibition be
fore tho ninth International Red Cross
conference. In Washington, for nppll
nneeH designed to lessen safferlrg of
viounded snldlc-rs. The vv lulling evhlbll
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wus u uuge iiuioinooiie ior ..-ray nwi
Shocking Crime Against Three
' Maidens Is Laid at Door
Thrco Hawaiian girls, less than 12
years af .age, took tho witness stand
this morning In Circuit .ludgo lloDin
son's court as tho principal .witnesses
against Chin Fan, a Chinaman, who
Ujaccused of a criminal offense
against each of tho three. Threo
charges have been preferred against
Chin Fan, tho prosecuting witness In
tho present cast) being Helen lllla, a
child apparently not mqro than 7 or
8 years years old.
In tho presence of n Jury and n
small audience, those children. In turn,
took tho witness chair and related tho
dclnlls of tho alleged assault. Tho
evidence, most of which Is unprlnt
able, was to tho effect that the as
sault on alt thrco occurred at prac
tically 'tho snmo time, tho offense
against each being witnessed by tho
Some evldcnco of minor conse
quence, such ns tho Introduction of a
map of tho Chinaman's promises, on
which tho crlmo Is said to have been
committed, also was introduced. Tho
map was produced by Detective Harry
T. Lako, who aided largely In gather
ing tho evidence against tho defend'
unl. On the nrntcst of Attorney Wlh
llnm T. Rawlins, counsel for Chin Fan,
Lake was excluded from tho court
room during the .testimony of tho
Tho Jurors sitting In tho case aro
Robert Hair, Charles II. Hall. Charles
S. Hall, Otto F. Heine, David K. Hoa
pill, Hen F. Ilolllngcr, James I.'.
Jneger, Frank lister James, William
K. Kerr, William L. I.yle, Thomas Mc-Ix-nn
nnd Fred. .1. Turner. Deputy
County Attorney tlrown has charge of
Wllllo Ah King wns iirrestcil estrr
dny by Acting Chief of Detictlv'PH Kel
Jclt for tho iillc-geil theft of money be
longing to the baseball players at Ath
According to the reports. Ah Hlng
and 11 number of other boys have been
In the habit of visiting the baselmlt
" ln l '" Prnciising.
Henry Chllliiigvvorth, one of tho best
ball players In the local league, nnd
others lost money which had been left
In their coat pockets whllo they were
In tho Held practising. When they
returned to their rooms they found
that considerable money had been taken
out of their pockets. They could not
find tho thler, nnd Kcllott wus noti
fied Yesterday Kellett stationed some of j
ins men unuer mc grunustaml vvlillo
the players vvcro practising-. No soon
er had they got there than Ah Hlng
mul others entered the rooms of tho
bull plajors and. it Is alleged, took
money from their clothes.
All Sing was nrrested mid escorted
down to the police station Kellett Is
Investigating the case
AT Y J. LA
The boyM' department of tho Y M. C
A. Is holding "open honic" this nfter
noon for the boys and girls of tho Cen.
trnl Oriimmtir School. Tho principal
feuturc of tho celebration Is to be tho
presentation of eight sliver medals to
tho members of the team that won th
basketball championship Tho medul
winners ure Captain Harry Mclln. Clif
ford Melln, Henry White, Krnest
Wlcko, Albert Hush, Joo Stlckney, Net
son Robinson and David Rent.
An exhibition baskctbull gnmo Is to
bo played by teams selected from
among tho students of the High School
nnd Central Grnmmur School An
other contest nlso probably will tako
placo between tho team of the gradu
ating class of tho Central Grammar
School utid mi llvo selected from tho
sixth and seventh grndo pupils of tho
same school All indoor liiiseball game
li to bo Included In tho program of
sports, and during tho cRtcrtulnmcnt
punch will bo served the visitors.
WAREHOUSE BIDS ARE
ALL HELD TOO HIGH
Rccaiibo tho bids ran higher thai)
tho money available, tho California
Feed Company has not let Its contract
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,vi .... um.uiui, ua p..,i.iim;.i 1 u. K
(ii,-iii, umi tti uuuii nun viiHKuil
streets. Tho bids vvoro oponod recent
ly, but nil ran higher than tho direct
ors cared to go, nnd Architect II. I
Kerr will chango Iho plnns, nftcr
which now bids will ho called for.
A lurgo female ulllgutoi lays from
fifty to sixty egijs every summer and
u small ono from twenty-live to thirty,
uiul practically every egg will batch.
W. C. PEACOCK 4 CO., LTD.
i,,,ir- , .in ,,?mn tar-n..,,A.,v,.
uic nnu wuun mcncnHivia
Merchant, Near Fort
L , . - - .. . ....-
ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PORT
Taking a largo freight and many
passengers, tho steamer Klnati salted
for Kauai ports lost night.
In addition to ftvltiit. n number of
passengers left ror tho Maul and Mo
lokal ports or call, last cvouintt in Iho
A nineteen-day passage Is credited
to tho American oil tanker Marlon
Chltcott, which reached Uavlota from
Mnll leaving Honolulu on Juno 18th
In tho .Inpaneso liner Nippon Mnru Is
lcportcd to havo reached San Fran
cisco yesterday morning.
A big freight will bo carried to Ko
na and Knu ports In tho Intcr-lsland
steamer Kllauca scheduled to sail tor
tho Dig Island at noon Friday,
Tho schooner Nakomls, well known
to shipping ot this port, Is reported
en rou to from Tocoma to Honolulu
with a full shipment of lumber.
Lumber destined for local Importers
Is en routo from Tacomn In tho
schooner William II. Smith, which
vessel left tho Sound port on Monday.
A largo number of passengers de
parted ror Maul and Hawaii in tho In
tcr-lsland steamer Mauna Kea, sailing
for tho IHg Island nt 10 o'clock this
Willi a full complement or pasacu
E"ra, a largo number Joining the ves
sel at this port, tho Canadlar-Austr.il
lati liner Zcnlamlla Is reported lo l.avo
rrnved ai Victoria yesterday.
Three Inter-Island steamers aro list
ed Tor departure on Friday. Tho Kl
lauca Inking passengers, cargo and
malls ror Konn and Knu, tho W. (1.
Hall departing lor Knunt whllo tho
Claudlno will call at the usual Maul
nnd Hawaii ports.
Wharf Superintendent Spencer, rep
resenting Cnstlo & Cooke, shipping
agents, was Iho hero of tho hour In
tho successful quenching of a small
blazo on Hackfeld wharr yesterday,
which if It had not rccelvod prompt
attention might hnvo developed Into
a llro or no mean proportions. Tho
overheated machinery of nn auto truck
was tho cntiso of tho disturbance.
Appropriations amounting to 176,000
for new school buildings In tho Ter
ritory nre being held up awaiting tho
flotation of the new bond tnnuo In tho
liist. The buildings to be erected from
this total nro ns follows: Iihnlnnluna
school, (25,000; Kiiultiweln school, iftO,
000; Kiilllil-kal school, IS000; Kahuliiii
school, tSOOO, and Nnpoopoo school,
IS000. In addition to these nbout 110,
000 more Is needed for mlHcrllaneoiis
building, such as adding rooms to
structures now In use
"New- school structures nnd nilsccl
Inneous Improvements now In process
of construction, for which funds are
available, represent nn outlay In con
tracts of more, than 1:00,000.
THINK MAN WHO VISITED
BRYAN IS CHICAGO CRANE
Although Senator Murray Crano of
Massachusetts Is reported In tho morn
ing cnblo dispatches as having visited
Drynn In company with Francis J.
Henoy, It Is probable tho cablegram
was misinterpreted, and that tho Crano
niennt Is Charles Richard Crano ol
Chicago. Murray Crano is n stand
pat Republican and one of Tnft's con
vention generals. Henoy' Is ono nt
tho flro-catlng progressives of Call
ferula, and that thoy should call to
gether on Ilrjan Is regarded as pre
posterous In tho light of what facts
aro known hero.
Charles It. Crano Is tho man nicked
for minister to China ln 1909 nnd re
called by Taft almost beforo tho Ink
was dry on his credentials. Crano has
never forgiven Tart ror tho humilia
tion ho endured nt that time', and the
news' was spread world-wide nnd
Crano's offense which, It was stated,
was in talking too much, was de
clared by many prominent men nnd
uy n largo part of the press to no com
Crano's family Is Immensely weal
thy -and Crano himself is a man of
abundant means. Tho Crano family Is
said to be helping very largely to
flnnnco tho Roosevelt campaign, and
ono statement tins appeared In print
to tho effect Hint Crano spent $150,000
in tho Ohio primaries and a very largo
amount In Illinois also.
Henco thcro Is good reason for bo
llovlng that Crano, tho "angol" of tho
progressives, Is tho man who has gono
to llnltlmnro with Honey,
TO SEND PICTURES
BY WIRELESS SYSTEM
MILAN, Juno 13 A Turin jouthhiiH
lie terms a "wireless
Iconograph," an apparatus far in ud'
vuncc or mi) thing of tho kind yet re
corded. It transmits, besides ordinary
messages, autographs, shorthand nnd
all sorts of designs of cryptograms.
i:aet repioductlon follows upon tho
Interaction of SMic-hionlc periods of
electric vvuves In correspondence with
synchronic periods or hellocoldal move
ments. Kp simple Is tho arrangement that
tho transmitter nnd receiver of tills In
strument ma'be applied with ease to
Hny ordlnury wireless telegraph plant
Surprising results havo been obtained
between Milan and Turin. The Italian
War Oltlco has been so Impressed with
Its advantages for Imparting orders and
i-unti'inK ski 11 ties in wnr lime will
tho Utmost seereev that It Ih nrrnni;liii;
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10 secure lor limy 1110 exclusive nos-
session of tho patent.
find tho strength nnd health giving
qualities that nro so necessary to
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
It is a safo and
sure remedy for
nil Ills iieciillnr to
women. It nets?
directly on tho
vital organs, stim
ulating them to
aids digestion and
Tho Duffy -Mult
Hnchcter, . YirtS. A.
WH-l.itmln.'. JitTio 26.
Hdwall via M.11I port Chiudliie.
fcU'.r., a. m.
K.-.ual ports W. O. Hull, Btmr.,
Hiiwoll ports Mini, sttnr., n. m.
T i)Einm:i 1
Tncj'r-v. ..lino -".
Maul, Molokal ;mrM Mlkali.ila,
nrrr B p. m.
Kaunl ports Kln;iu slinr. r. i: in.
WeiVttiltiv, lime SO.
San Francisco Hono ultii , M M H.
S. JO a. m.
Illlo via way po-.s Mauna Ken,
idmr., 10 a. m.
For stmr. Claudlno, from Hawaii and
Mnul ports. S. Kawasaki. .1. Gold
stein, II. K. 8avagc, Miss Kaleau, Mrs.
Marques. J. II. Uracllus, miss wins,
Rov. II. I. Judd, Mrs. Judd. Mrs. C. F.
Rosn. A. Rurlom. Father Stevens. W.
J. Coelho, D.- Fcrrclrn. T. Osnkl. U I.
George, Mrs. George, G. L,. Iladley, II.
F. VIckcrB, Mrs. VIckcrs, 40 deck.
I'cr stmr. W. G. Hall, from Knunl
ports. O. N. Wilcox. Mrs. II. F.
Hrodlc. Miss llrodle, Miss Mabel Has
tic, Miss Woodman, Mrs. Hot li, Mrs.
Combs, Mrs. Reynolds, F, O. Rivy. N.
II. Lansing. O. F. Rnnkln, S. Spltzcr,
I). Lclth, K. Lowell, 10 dock.
t" I'ASSKXflKItS DEPARTED I
Per M. N. 8. 8. llonolulan, for Sim
Francisco, Juno 26. Miss O. K. Allen,
Mrs. K. L. Austin, Dr. G. S. Aiken.
Hrother Alfred. Mrs. H. H. llrodle nnd
child, F. Ulechncr, S. Ilcnrdmorc. Miss
M. Rrydon, Miss U Crnlg. H. N. Castle,
.las. Cahlll, R, J. Casement, Chas. A.
Davis, Miss Dora II, Hnglo, Miss II.
Flshor, I.. Gibson, Miss I.. Gibson,
Miss M. Hnstlo, Hrother Joseph A.
Lauder, Miss M. I.. Lucas, G. I). Little.
W. II. Laramoro. F. McTlghe. C. K.
McLcllan, Miss K. Morgan. Mrs. C. I'.
Morso and two children, Miss IJ. Pet
erson, Miss II. M. Peterson, Mrs. II. II.
Ronton, Miss M. Ronton, Miss H. Ren
ton, Mrs. P. P. Scnour, MIbs B. Sen
our, II. H. Splccr, Miss R. Sheldon.
Rev. A. V. Bonres, Miss Soares, V.
Sllvn. Mrs. F. 8. Spraguo, A. J. Vlelrn,
Mrs. A. J. Vlclra. J. Wacholder, Miss,
M. II. Williamson, Miss Woodman,
Mrs. F. S. Zcavo.
T PASSENGERS HOOKED I
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Maul and
Molokal ports, July 2. M Moyer, A.
Meyer, Mrs. J. P. Cooke. Dora Cooke,
Kdlth Keola, Dalns Zablan, If. Joy,
Mary Caldclra, Miss Rrower, Miss
Baker, Miss K. Keola, Miss M. Keola,
M. Filler, W. Schuman, M. It. FrollaH,
A. Sousa, F. La Mero. J. YnmaUilio,
M, Orndllas. Hilly Williams, D. M. Me
Corrlston, Alleen McCorrlston, Cnnlo
Dunn, May Dunn.
Learns No Lesson From Titanic Fate.
LONDON, Juno 14. Tho Ilrltlsh
court of Inquiry Into the Titanic dis
aster will find that the steamer Call
fornlnn defaulted from Its duty. In
the courso or Thursday's hearing Lord
Mersay, tho president, stated, without
"I havo no doubt that tho Cnlifor
nlan did sen distress signals; that
thoy wcro signals from the Titnnio,
and that tho Cnllfornlan ought to havo
made efforts to get to tho Ttanlc."
Sir Alfred Chambers, present advis
er of tho Marino Hoard of Trndo, ex
plained to tho court tho reasons why
the Hoard of Trado's lifeboat scalo
had not boon .altered ror olghteeii
years. It was becauso "traveling
across tho Atlantic wns tho safest
mndo of traveling In tho world." Tho
disaster had not caused him to think
changes woro necessary. No lessons
wcro to bo learned from tho ralnstro
phe, becauso It wub an extraordinary
Allen C. 1M wards, tho attorney tor
tho Dockers' Union, Interjected Hint
tho Hoard or Trado seemed to bo nn
extraordinary department ror guurd
ing against ordinary occurrences.
Now Comes the Submarine Cafe,
SANTA MONICA, Juno 12. What
Is believed to bo tho (list suhmnrlno
cafe In tho world Is to bo built hero.
Its main protection will bo tho iinlquo
broakwator wall on which tho Great
Western Amusement Company has a!
leady begtm construction nt Marino
street and Ocean front, Whllo tho
(Ido thunders Its iniislo over nud
against the cafo, dlnora and musicians
within will enjoy Its added charm.
The breakwater will ba 22 foot long
and tho cafe will oxtvml tho cnlliu
length, with a width, of 100 feet. The
frontage will be the cntlro distance
between Marino street and Nnvy
street In Venice Heyojicf tho cafo
tho amusement company proposes lo
build a pleasuro pier Into tho ocean.
Tho total expenditure on tho bi oak
water, cafe and pier Is estimated ut
Patrons ol th cavorn cafo vylll bo
able to reach ncrosi tho tnblo and
clasp hands with friends In Vculro
as part or tho company's propoity In
In the latter city.
Tho depaiture or two steamers rrom
Ihn port this mnrnlni! hroiiL-ht n inn.,.
tlnlnfrntlnn nt fililitiinm-u nt 11... ... ,.
.. .-...,.... .. .. . .- .n..,.-v...iii iui'rii,'i-
in wharves. The Territorial band was
much In evidence,
;.wto.:u4fc JlM MtiJu'rim;xtli:Mto atfutoftM,.'-wit, .A ." j&j... m. pfiiiiiiTiAli- fjtSjTrttinj-1 yt