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H Tonic Free from
Are you pale, weak, easily tired,
aed do you lack nerve power?
risk your doctor if Ayer's
would not be good for
yon. He knows, and will advise
you wisely. Not a drop of
alcoliol in this medicine. It
puts red corpuscles into the
blood, -gives steady, even power
to the nerves; and all without
stimulation. Make no mistake.
Take only those medicines the
bestdoctors endorse. Ask your
rtm HOr. ' t ArK & C. tell. Mm., U. S. A,
ON0t,UI.TJ IRON WORKS
of Ttry rtserlptton mado to
INTO EMPIRE THEATER
(Continued from Pago Ono.)
consciences wo learn only what wo do-sire
The difference between tho two
was that one was a livo conscience, tlio
other; a dead conscience.
The spcakor followed with tho relation
of a number of incidents taken
from tho, Scriptures which illustrated
tie difference tetwccn tho livo conscience
and tho dead one tho inner
man. in ono caso knowing tho will of
God. and following it instnntcr; tho
other showing tho man with tho stifled
ho who knows what Uodj
MHM.ITa M.MMM H.M..MMIAk
t . m. .-
anoxnvD be pleasant to take,
When a medicino must bo given to
Oe&st, Orient and Colonial.
Han Francisco Por Manchuria, Wed-
Yokohnma Per Mongolia, tomorrow.
'Australia 1'cr Zcalnndln, Tuesday.
kVanconver Per Mnktira, Wednesday.
Mails trill depart for tbo following
points as follows:
0 a. m,
Yokohnma Per Manchuria, Wcdncs
'Vancouver Por Zoalandla, Tuosday.
'Australia i'cr Makiirn, Wednesday.
By Merchants' r.ichango.
Tuesday, Mnrch 10, 1012.
Yokohnma Sailed, March 10, 8. S.
Nippon Mum for Honolulu.
Port Allen Sailed, March 18, S. S.
Alaskan for Snlinn Cruz.
Suva Sailed, March 10, S. S. Zealan-
din. for Honolulu.
Sydney Arrived, March 10, 8. S. Ma
mma, hence February 8.
Wcdncsdny. March 20, 1012.
San March 20, 12:30
p. in., M. N. B. S. lionolulan for Honolulu.
Taeomn Sailed, Maroh 20, S. 8. Vir
ginian for Honolulu.
PoTt Allen Sailed, March 13,
Aurora for Kahului.
Honoipu Sailed, Mnrch 10, Schooner
Muriel for Bin
ThuTsdny, March 21, 1012.
San rrancisco bailed, March 21, 1:30
p. in., S. S. Manchuria for Honolulu.
Victoria-Sailed, Mnrch 20, S. S. Ma-
kura for Honolulu.
Kahului Arrived, March 20, Schooner
Aurora from PoTt Allcni
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Tuesday, Mnrch 10.
M. N. S. 8. Wilholmina, from San
Frnncisco, a. in.
Bk. IJ. P. Rithot, from San Francisco,
T. K. K. S. S. Kiyo Mnru, from Yokohama,
Wednesday, March 20, 1012.
Str. W. G. Hall, from Kauai portB,
Str. ClauJinc, from Maui and Ha
waii, a. m.
Tnursuay, Alarcn ai.
M. N. 8. 8. Hilonian, from Seattle,
S2TOr,"ritoSLB lo,- from IMi Torts, a.
Bin. and evil.
"Let each and evcryono of us go
hack to th6o earliest days we can
remember. Those were tho times when
we knelt nt mother's kneo nnd were
taught the little prayers so sweet and
mild and childish that wo havo Bince,
perhaps, refused with our so-called
manly lips to utter. Then do we recall
when that Gret sin came; how we -felt
ashamed of ourselves, and how in somo
way or another wo could not quito look
onr mothers in tho face in the samo
way ns wo hnd done boforot Ah, my
friends, that was your conscience talking;
nnd when in after years you havo
perhaps, become more sinful if your
conscience 'has. not spoken louder to
you, it a becauso you have stifled it.
Hiding' from Ood.
"Tri tills very day of ours wo almost
smile when wb think of Adam in tho
Garden of Eden hiding behind the
trees, ashamed to meet his God after
the sin ha had committed. But wo
most not laugh at Atlnm for many of
ns are doing that samo thing today,
endeavoring to cover up our sins hiding
them from of Qodl
"let tho iron here think over their
past lives and let their consciences
speak out. Wo men nnd women who
learned, tho word or Uod at our
jcothers' knees, who thcro heard the
words of lifo and true religion, when
we go back upon thoso teachings wo
really throw tho lie into tho faco of
her who taught us."
At tonight's meeting, by request, Mr.
Butler will sing one or two Southorn
Schr. S. T. Alexander, from Kahului,
p. m. i -
T. K. K. S. S. Kiyo Maru, for South
America, p. m.
M. N. a. H. L.urllno, for Ban Francisco,
Str. Kilauea, for Hilo, via way poTts,
Str. Niihau, for Mahukona nnd ports,
Str. Llkelike, for Honoipu, p. m.
Str. Miknhnla for Maui and
Str. Mauna Loa, for Kauai ports,
p. m. '
Schr. M. Turner, for Sound, n. m.
O. S. 8. Sierra, for San Francisco,
S, S. Santa Mnrin, for Gaviota, p.- m.
M. N. S. S, Wilhclmina, for Hilo,
A.-li. a. b. Arizonan, for lino, via
ports, p. m.
S. S. Restorer, lor Esquimau, p. m.
Str. W. G. Hull, for Knuni ports, p.
Per M. N. 8. 8. Wilhelminn, from San
Francisco, March 10. Jno. S, Adler B.
Buckholz, George Burminghnm, Mr. nnd
Mrs. C. II. Davis, C. F. Davis, Floyd
Day, C. Dowoy, Mrs. W. W. Goodnle,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Graham nnd children,
Airs. Emma A. Grnyand, Miss E. Grcon,
Richard Gurrcy, Mr. nnd Mrs. A.
Henry Hnncbcrg, Miss L. Hathaway,
Mrs. "W. J. Hole, Hugh A. Latimer,
J. Madden, Mrs. W. D. Manson,
Miss H. L. Mnnson, Chas. Maupai, F.
T. McIIonry, Mrs. Ruby Moorchoad,
Kennedy Park, Mr. and Mrs. 11. L.
I'feluor, Miss J. Platter, II. U. Parccll,
llflrl 1 1 K A K l L U ULUlMr. and Mrs. Huyward Reed, Mrs. S,
nfUiUlifT UN L I lOUIILu K-
United. States Attorney Breckons
spent a busy afternoon yesterdny,
over the figures in tho two Mahuka
site cases, now drawing to a close in
tho federal court. Ilo oxpects to begin
the argument in tho cases to day and
that tho ipattcr will go to tho jury to-
Evidence In tho case is all in and
most of yesterday was taken up
the question of instructions to bo
given to tho jury by Judgo Dole today.
The attorneys havo submitted a list
of suggestions, Theso were rend over
said closely debated yesterday, some of
the suggestions being agreed to without
argument while others brought
This jury has an enormous quantity of
testimony to consider. It may bo that
Ute verdict will bo given in short order.
Attorneys for ABert nnd Robert
met in Judgo Cooper's court yesterday
to thrash out tho sixty odd pages
of. Robert's answer to Albert's npplica.
tion for an injunction forbiddlnc Rob
ert from disposing of any stock in tho
plantation company to Theo II. Davies
Rindge, Mrs. Maud A. Roberts, Mrs.
II. Sternomnn, Mrs. irank Stevens,
Miss M. Stevens, Miss Helen M. Stores,
Doctor and Mrs. O, C. Taylor, Doctor
nnd Mrs. F. E, Trotter, Miss MaTinn
Trotter, Master John Trotter, Master
T--.l ITmIIh "Kf. nml "Vnln "MV
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1912. SfiMI WEEKLY.
Hobliunn, Juniri Mtrse, C NUMkawn,
rervntit nnil Pukuyit, Anlone Carvnl
In, 0. Pndmorc, Mr. and Mrt. V Han
ion, Knoka Lovell, ('. It. W. Ahl, V.
A. Hnrdoy, ('. Bsyer, J. K. Myer, .1. ll.
Mftioiros, Mir M. indinn, Jlov. M,
Malls nro luo from tho lollovrlng mhn, lshlrotn.
points a follows i
Per str. Mlkalmln.for Maul nnd Mo-
loknl ports, Mnrch ID. Jules P. Ole's
nnj wife, Loong Qunnson, Antono
Antono Cnrvallio, James Moro, Joe
Silvn, It. P. Qunrlcs, J. N. 8. Williams,
Kate, Mossman, IT. D. Drown, Capt. W.
0. Scott, Mrs. Dudolt nnd infant.
I'cr str. Kllauca, for Hllo, via way
ports, March 10. Miss J. Jones, Mrs.
finn Francisco Per Moneolin. Sunday. (r a im.i., ti .1 r r.ir.iA
... . , - - IV. O. IVlgUl, ,UI. UUU .,1.0. juuivuwir.
Mr. nnil .Mrs ji. v. woou, raui
Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Burbank,
I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Frost, Mrs. A.
and daughter. Miss Bond, Mrs.
Win. Itngsdall ami Infant, Master
Ragsdall, Mrs. A. G. Curtis, Jules
P. Glcss and wife, S. M. Spencer. D. B.
Murdoch, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Adams,
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. llawcs, Mrs. Chas.
Cash, V. 8. Clark, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II.
Becker, M. A. O. & Co., P. P. Woodford.
II. II. ScoVel, Geo. C. "Watt, wifo
and daughter, J. N. 8. "Williams, Fred
Jacchcll, Bow Chong Chan, Mr. Sowdcr,
Young Goom, Chun Tock, Frnns
Mrs. P. Willinm Cronin, A. C.
Jefferson, wife nnd daughter, Jno. Ly-all,
May Oreonboug, C. E. Vaughan.
Por O. S. S. Sierra, for San Fran-
Cisco, March 20. -J. B. Adams nnd wife,
Thomas Addison nnd wife. P. Adler, M.
C. Alvcrcr, A. E. Arlcdgo and wife, Miss
U. Armstrong, Ucorgo jucu. ArKioy and
wife. Richard Barbee, Mts. Belle Bell,
II. Bonner and wifo, II. Bcrghoff nnd
wife, F. D. Bcvcridgn, wifo and two
children, P. A. Bonehrako andovifo,
Mrs. II. G. Bosvey, Mr. E. D. B.
II. Brnley and wife, Bov. C. W.
Brimstnd nnd wifo, Ij. N, Brown, Mts.
S. J. Brunn, C. A. BrunB, P. T. Brun-
sing and wife, Mrs. II. a. hucii, Miss
V. Buell, F. Budgett and wife, W.
Bundock nnd wife, G. S. Butler nnd
wifo, Mrs. J. A. Campbell, Miss L.
Campbell, ,T. J. Cappon ana wife, "E. V.
Carter and wife, A. 1. Cheney and
wife, J. A. Clark nnd wifo, II. I). Clow
nnd wifo, W. W. Clyde, D. Conway,
liov. .T. A. Coonor. Rev. P. Cushnahan,
Miss Daniels, Miss Davenport, W. II.
Davis and wife, .T. Dcarflcld, P.
Mrs. .T. B. Doesburg, Mrs. K. 8.
ouglas, Mrs. M. L. Dow, Miss P. Dyer,
Mrs. V. B. Eaton, Miss C. B. Eaton,
Captain C. C. Elliot, U. S. A., U. M.
V. Porstcr, Mrs. .T. J. Foster, Uco.. I.,,
rranzen, Henry French, W. Gibb, wifo
nnd two children, Airs. ij. uiiDori, tv.
Gillnm and wife, .T. II. Hall, wife nnd
daughter, John Hnmpton, Mrs. W. J.
Hampton, Mrs. T. J. Hcnney and child,
S. T. Hills, John Howe nnd wifo, T. J.
Humbird and wifo, Miss X. D. Hum-bird,
B. W. Hustcd, Mrs. S. K. Huston,
Mis Ruth Hiiston, O. M. HutVcdt, TJ.
S. N., nnd Mrs. nustvedt, Mrs. Her-"
mnn, Miss Mnry Johnson, E. II.
.and wife, Miss Helen Jones, Mrs.
M. .Toyco, Miss M. C Joyce, C. 8. .Tudd
ana win--, j.. i,j.io. u. . .
nedy, Miss B. Kicrstad, W. Itlinger
and wife, John Krider, Miss
Kridor, Dr. Hugh Lagan, W. Larson,
Lieutenant Commander Leahy, U. 8. N.,
It. I. Lillie1, Mrs. J. Luquions, o. ,i.
Lynch, D. B. Mills and wifo, .T.
Mrs. M. L. Mitchell, U. Morrow,
T. Mortimer nnd wife, Wi. .T. Motley,
Myers, J. M. P. McEancy, Miss E. A-Mrs.
3. Bappo Myers, Miss Gladys lE.
McKensio, Mrs. V. MCfnerson. av
child, It. M. Nieholsj W. Norbyj wifo
nniT child. .David Oirivily. Bishon )E.
W. .Osborne, I. N. Pattison and wife,
A. J. Peck, Dr. J. E. Pickard and wife,
A. C. Pillsbury, Edw. Pollitz, J. D.
PoTtcr nnd" wifo, Mrs. C A. Putney,
M! W. tf. Itndcliffo. Miss M. A.
kln, W. T. Rawlins, Miss D. S. Rick-
nrU, l. JIUIIUIIU UIIU IVIiW, x. .
er and wife, Mrs. Ji Rosenburg, T. Ross,
J. Rotschlld, Mrs. P. Sailor, Mrs. J.
P. Schofleld, Mrs. E. M. Scoby, G. B.
Shaw, C. Henry Smitli, J. T. Smith and
wife, Miss L. B. Smith, Nathan Smith,
Mrss. .T: B. Southgato, Mrs. S. W. Tay
nnd child, WW. Taylor, Mrs. u Thompson,
Mrs. I. Turney, D. Wt Twohy, wife
nnd two children. Miss Mary Twohv,
S. Van Volscn, Mrs. J. Wallace, G. J.
Waller, Jr., C. P. Vatcrhouse, Dr. J. A.
Woborn nnd wifo, T. W. Webster and
wifo, J. L. Whitmore, Miss Florence
Wick, T. ,Wick, Miss A. K. Wilcox C.
Williams and wife, Mrs. Stophon Wing,
MisffB. V. Wright, Otto Wix, Mrs. Wm.
Yerdon, Mi-'s Lucillo Yerdon, G. S.
Per stT. W. G Hall, for Kauai ports,
March 21. II. S. Trnscott, Bov. J. M.
IiVdpnto. Mrs. C P. Wilcox. F. E. Harvey.
N. B. Lansing, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
land Mrs. G. II. Vicars. Miss Mallo I Tho predicted chango in tho manage
. ..-. I
Vicars, Master Gcorgo Vicars, Master mcnt of tho nfTairs of tho Kaimuki
Herbert Vicars, Mrs. II. n. Wilcox, Mrs.
A. G. Willey, Otto wix, w. K. wooisey,
Miss Frances S. Woolsoy, Miss Florenco
M. Woolsoy, M. Ynmashiro, Dr. Lillian
Yardley, Mrs. A. Znhycre.
Per str. W. U. Han, trom Kauai ports
March 20. M. Rankin, Mrs. Hansen,
Miss A. Wong, S. Decker, 7., L. Zollor,
O. F. Ottcrson, Tai Tong.
Per str. Claudino, from Hilo, via way
ports, MnTck 20. A. C. Pittsburg, E. F.
Niohols, Georgo W. Angus, Rev, J. M,
Uydgate, A. Douse, mts. u. w. Aiuon,
P. V. Cerosole, Mrs. C. E. Stanton, J. T.
Ross, W. T. Robinson, M. Pnchcco, Rev,
O. T. Ohoy, Mrs. llntsu, Bov. .1.
Rev. Y. Ynmnnalta, R. Motohiro,
Bmil Hutchinson, Willinm Kamolnmcla,
E. C. Dowsctt, Bishop Hestnriek, F. E.
Harvoy, u. t JAinn, .1. u. Melton.
Per M. N. 8. S. Lurllno. for San
Francisco, March 10. W. A. Baldwin,
Mi AIm ,hi. hb nu,,ii,v.vo uhuuiiicu i .. . ,., I... r.
dl afternoon and went over until this W,!B' """ vw" c"", ; ' "" ,
Ejorninir iDfRK8' Mr- Cox, W. M. Cummer and
Jud' Cooper has allowed an appeal lyp1 U?' vjdson nnd cljild. Miss
in the case of tho liberty Theater !r,?nZi?',Ml8S ?'" A. C. Griffin
against Blonaie Robinson of the Ho.WsJ "olmrt. C. A. Henry, Miss nurd,
nolula. Amusement Comnanv. Tho J- Trolnnd, Mr. Jones' Mrs. H. O.
ter win ko to tho supreme court now.':Lac'Ls(m an,i "iant, C. t. Lyday, Mrs.
D. E, Loomis, Miss W. B. Long, Theo,
McNeill nnd wife, W. J. Morris. Miss
8. M. Nowell. Miss A. C. Nowell, J.
Oswald Luttcd, Mr. Piorson, Mrs. W.
youns children it should bo pleasant to 'Plmcnthal, I. N. Reeves nnJ wifo, Miss
take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is ,M- Sherman. WaUon Snyder, Miss
suae iroro ioai. sucar, una me roots ,Trncy, Mr. Well and wifo, Miss C.
sed in ita preparation give it a flavor Wrny, C. G. Whito, wife and three
to-maple syrup, making it pleas- ,dren.
ant to tale. Tt has no superior for ! Por str, Mauna Loa. for Kauai ports,
tolls, croup and whooping cough. For MaTch 10. ltev. J. M. Lydgato, 8. W.
safe, by Benson. Smith & Co., Ltd., Tay, Miss H. Decker, Mrs. G. B. Ewart
Eata for Itawaii. Jr. nnd two children, JuJge nnd Mrs.
Land Company hns been accomplished,
nnd Mamigcr C. 8. Stanton will lcavo
on tho Wllhclmiiia for n couplo of
months' vacation on the mainland. In
the meantime tho business of the com.
pany will bo managed by tho Henry
Wntorhouso Trust C"npany. Tho Ko:
muki company remains as a corporation,
but tho control has been ptfssod
to tho directors of tho Waterhouse
R. W. Shingle, president nnd gen
eral manager of tho Henry Waterhouse
Trust Company, lias been cnosen presl'
dent of the Kaimuki company. A. N,
uampbell, treasurer or tlie wntorhouso
company was chosen treasurer, and E.
N. Campbell, also of tho Waterhouse
company, is tho now secretary, Tho
other directors nro F. E. Steoro. real
estate manager of the Wntorhouso Trust
company, and C. S. Stanton.
i 1 i .
NEW PEWS FOR THE
Now pews of beautiful
mission design, manufactured in Chicago,
aro being installed in tho First
Methodist Chureli under the diroction
of O. II. Walker. A fine earnet of the
newest kind of cork-fabric is being laid
to completely cover the floor of the aud
Itorlum and schoolrooms. This work is
being pushed so as to be in readiness
for tho services next Sabbath, when
Bishop Bashford of China will be prcst
FIFTEEN BUY HOME LOTS, BUT ME
NflT'PElinEO TO BIO ON THEM
Fifteen purclmscrg of real catato will
lodny join in thnt grand old chorus
"Stung!" Theso fifteen hnve been
stung nil in a lump. They nro tho
according to n report to tho
honrd of health, of fifteen lots in a
now tract just oponcd on uppor Fort
street by Dondero & Lansing. Percy
M. Pond is Raid to bo back of tho
Nobody scorns to bo particularly to
blame. But then that is usually tho
caso In nil real estate deals. This timo
the purchasers of tho lots, which were
oponcd in reclaimed taro land will bo
notified as they apply for building permits
thnt tho board of hoalth will
ultow no building on that tract.
ror.tiio last timo yesterday tho
In the request for advice regarding
thoir cemetery plot, tho Lunalilo Home
for Aged Hawniians yesterday brougat
up again tho cntiro perplexing ceme
tery question boforo tho board of
hoalth. That tho near futuro will seo
tho last of nil present available cemetery
spaco gone nnd that sooner or
later all cemeteries must bo removed
from Honolulu aro two insistent facts
which aro now beforo the board and
still complicating matters. It was yesterday
announced that it is likoly that
tho Pearl City cemetery will bo closed
down as tbo company controlling it hns
boendigging into its own bank account
too often to support it.
The Pearl City cemetery was started
as a check against further burials in
After careful investigation and tests,
however, tholr opinion emphatically
chnnged. Pnrt of tho land was found
to be below gtndo but this was not
taken into consideration. Chiefly considered
was tho lack of sawcrago. Each
householder would havo to put in his
own cesspool nnd tho ground is of such
a formation that thcro would bo no
drainago whatsoovor. Tho board saw
itself, if it permitted theso housos to
be built, up against tho samo proposition
as recently when it was compolled
to condemn houses on nccount of overflowing
Two nnd probably four of tho lot
ownors -will not bo nblo tp put in a
cesspool under nny circumstances as
they nro within fifty feet of tho Pajolo
stream. It is illegal to. dig cosspools
"imin mm ui&iuucu uj. uc. stream,
board put its foot down on real estate On ono of theso lota tho visitors found
iicnis oi tins sort maac without regard
to sanitnry demands. That tho purchasers
urc tho first Immediately hit is
their misfortune. Tho lots wcro sold
n short while ago, the first notice that
the board received being tho applications
for. two building permits for tho
property. ; Doctpr Shepherd, general
health officer, first investigated it, and
on his report, President Pratt mado a
personal investigation. Ho then ordered
the applications hold up and yesterday
laid tho whole matter beforo the
Tho members visited tho spot each
of thorn with a projudico in favor of
tho rn.altv mnn nn if hna luinn 1m
board's wish for a long timo to havo
miliums Jots opened in taro lands.
a house nlrcndy going up without any
Tho bonrd passed a resolution, authorizing
its president to rcfuso all
building permits 'for property in this
paitirular "district until a sower has
been run in. Tho sower will havo tq
be a privnto one. The hoard considers
its action a warning that in futuro tho
realty dcalorhj Well ns tho purchasers,
will coino out ahead if tho formor
build the sower nnd add price to
Professor Kollar, a momber of tho
hoard, yesterday figured that this tract
could ho connected with tho priVato
sower laid by tho Kaplolanl Estate for
$500 which would burden each lot Ten
ENLISTMENTS IN TIME OF WARFARE
Tho National Guard of Hawaii is
providing for enlistment in time of war,
the, first order of tho guard being issued
yesterdny by Colonel Jones, adjutant
general. The local order conforms
to tho orders issued by tho war
department to all states and territories,
and for tho first timo militiamen. All
thoso oligiblo as members of tho terri
torial guard mny now realize that the
prepared to moot war requirements. All
recruits wil bo lorwarded through tho
territorial mobilization camp when tha
samo is established, whore such recruits
will bo thoroughly examined physically,
fully nrmed and cqnipped. A generar"
lccruitlng party fqr all militia organizations
of the Territory will bo main-1
tained at tho territorial mobilization,
camp, nnd when a locnl organization is
called into tho service of tho United
States, its recruiting plliccr will at once
national guard is intended for actlvo ,.ucR'n rcuit tho samo up to war
war service instead of parado purposes
Colonel Jones' order states that a
recruiting officer of each local' organization
will bo designated as "recruiting
officer for war." He will keep himself
informed of all the requirements'
of his office, and in their annual inspections
fedcrni inspectors will report
whether or not local organizations are
TO BE SHORT
Board of Health Once More
to Face With Its Old
"When tho local organization coos to
tho territorial mobilization camp thoi
tho recruiting officer will remain
with n suitablcr detail of enlisted'
men and continuo recruiting.
''Each regiment nnd separate
will, before it loaves tho Territory,,
establish a party to recruit for
its organization during the continnnnco
of tho war," concludes Colonel Jones'
,- TO BLAME FOR
Engineers at Pearl Harbor are Still
Struggling with tho Stuff that
Certain chemical properties in tho
water which fills tho Poarl Harbor dry-dock
site are responsible for tbo disintegration
of tho concrcto which has
been poured over tho bottom and heads
of piling, and is tho causo of considerable
trouble to tho naval officials and
tho dock, engineer. In tho effort to
produco a concroto of sufficient durabil
ity to withstand the peculiar action of
tho water, tho engineer has imported
sand from various places, both in tho
Islands nnd rom the Coast, and still
tho results aro far from satisfactory.
Hard luck has confronted tho engineer
in charge of the drydock work
ever sinco tho first attempt was made
to pump tho first enclosed section. When
tho water went down about fiftcon feot
tho sheath piling began to rise. Examination
showed great presturo from
the city and tho board has been depend- Dolow- 'ln natni omciais mauo an in-.
.. . and after conferonco it
,, , ., 'vcstigatipn a
ng on it ns its ono hope when tho . J
8 dfl fl to in th(J hof A
tions once more arose This
lnnrJwith piling. occasioned a long
in rWnJt9?, nn.rin Molay. The bottom was "pinned" down,
it finally, Ooneral Health and . hnttU.
tilrmrth tbps t0 ln whern
tion uiiicor wns in- r: '
unepnord ycteniay ,,, ",.11 v. j: ...
structcd to secure all nossiblo data i?"ld he.. . . .
gardlng the Honolulu cemeteries. .. Ams n"" waJ "iioweq, ana wnon
Only One Loft, jt was found that tho sheathing leaked
Doctor Pratt, tho president, stated ni th.at t,ho concrcto was breaking
that he had been approached by W. away Places- .tPettor cotferoto was
O. Smith on behalf of the Lunalilo prepared, tho rotting sections chipped
Homo, who said that there was now but away and th now material placed,
ono mpro burial place loft in its plot Kvon tW nns not tad tho desired
tto Mnkiki cemetery and asking feet. Tho concrete will not hold but
whether the board would favor an o rotf quickly. AH Borts of schemes to
tension of the cemetery's lines or the lnko J;ho concrete of the highest gradp
commencement of a new burial plot on tave been ndobed, but hone of thorn
tho Homo's own property. (SO sr have proven satisfactory.
Neither of theso propositions will be Meanwhile tho remainder of the dock
favoroed, from nil indications given site is being enclosed in length
yesterdny and as tho creation of new sections, piling having beon driven in
cemetery ground depends upon tho ndvanco of the closing in work. .
bonrd of health's sanction, this
cully means that uoitucr course win do
"I am not in favor of nny burials
Honolulu at all," said Doctor Pratt,
"I believe that this city will sooner or
later bo compelled to take tho snmo ac
tion that San Francisco did, remove nllj
ita cemeteries." . I
Tim vniiouB nltornntes were discussed.
ther cemetery extensions in Makiki,"
said Fr-d C. amltn, voicing tlio sentiments
of the other momboni. "The
is buildins up rapidly in
and I do not believe that the
board should extend tho lines of flic
Makiki cemetery or permit nnv new
plots to be created for this reason,"
: DELI ROAD JOB
briefly but they offered themselves in' Tho Hawaii loan fund commission
scant quantity nnd tho board realizes met yesterday in Hilo nnd nWarded the
that it is up against tho hardest t t t A A Wu f u fl t
lem of its administration. 1 , .,
fur-' '' " roan vor, nucur.i
"I am absolutely against any
ing to tlio decision renehed nt a caucus
held in Honolulu last week, as report'
cd in The Advertiser. As was also do
eidcd in caucus here, the bids for tho
Point oln section wero all rejected, it
held that the cost of this section,
of road was too high.
At the meeting
AlcBrydc Sue. Co. Ltd.
Oaliu Sucar Co ,,
Olaa Sucar Co. Ltd...
Paauhau Sue. Plan. Co.
Walalua Atr. Co
Wailuku Acr. Co
Waunca Sucar AjiU..,.
Haw. Electric? CA. ,J... .
H R. T. &L.CO. Pld..
H. R. T. & L. Co. Com.
Mutual TeL Co
HiloR. R.Co. Pld.....
jliIoR. R. Co. Com..,,
Honolulu Brewing &
Mailing Co. Ltd.....
Haw. Irr. Co. Ltd
Haw. PineaODlc Co
Haw. Pincannlp Cn.S.R
'lamoneuioK kud. (o,
Haw. Tcr. 4 p c (Fire
claims) 1. ......
Haw. Tcr. 4p c
Haw. Tcr. 4 p c Pub Im
Haw. Tcr. 4!ip c....,,
Haw. Tcr. 4 pc
Haw. Ter. 34 p c
Cat. Beet Suc.
Honolulu Oas Co. 6s . . .
Haw. Com. & Sucar Co.
J v -
Hllo R. R. Co. Rel, &
Extn. Con. 6
llonokaa Sue. Co. 6 p c
Kauai RrCo. Gs
Natomas Con. 6s
McBryde Sue. Co. 6s .,
O. R. & U Co. 5 p c.
tOaliu Sucar Co. 5 p c ,
Olaa Sugar Co. 6 p c. . .
Pacific Sucar Mill Co.
Pioneer Mill Co. 6 p c
Walalua Acr. Co. 5 p c.
The only baking jHswrtM
matfa from Royal Ctrata
Groom off Tmrtop
Na Jllim, MiLime Phtspfaaft
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Ilonolnhi, Thursday Mnfch 21, 1012.
NAME OP STOCK
C Brewer & Co..
Haw. ACricnllural ....
Hiv. Com. SSH8. Co.
Haw. Sue. Co.,
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation
Kckalta Sucar Co
"23.125 on $100 paid. T2000 share
treas. stock. Redeemable at 103 at
37 Oahu Siig. Co., 20.25; 10 Waialaa,
10 Honokaa, 12.25; 9 McBryde, 0.625;
50 Olaa, 7.125; 24 McBryde Us, 0.G25;
10 Honokaa, 12.25; 20 Oahu Sug. Co.,
29.25; 5 Haw. C. & &. Co., 44.375; 00
Honokaa, 12; 10 McBryde, 0.625.
88 Dec. Analysis Beets 14s, 0dt
parity, 5.16; 06 Peg. Centrifugals, 4.48.
sionor J. D. Lewis, a momber of tho Hawaii
Lounty board of supervisors, cost
tho only voto against tho awarding of
tho contract to AVilson.
Tho Holaholn scc'tion of tho proposed
bolt road vork goes over for future consideration.
The supervisors are expected now to
take up tho matter of nn injunction.. to
prevent tho awarding of tho contract
to Wilson. They wijl probably malfo a
technical fight, it is statod, trying to
show that the actions of tho loan fund
commission nro not legal becauso of disqualifications
of somo of tho members.
drop fight on
The merchants association at tho
noxt mceiingvwill rocolvo a report from
Julius Uugcr "that the war department
order compelling nil army officers to
wear uniform on duty and off, wiU bo
rigidly ndhcred to, and nn effort by
local commercial .organizations will
havo no effect. '
J. Mr. Unger- made an Investigation yes
terday and tho result was that ho was
dntisfied that the? ordor is a good one,
although it hits tho merchants to tho
tuno of several thousand dollars a
year. Ho learned, that tho order was
mado with nil loeal conditions thoroughly
understood -at Washington, and
while no hardship w.as intended, yet
reasons were numerous enough to demand
that the uniform and not civil'
inn elothes bo worn.
The merchants' association will drop