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HONOLULU 8TAB3ULLEr IN, FRIDAY, AUG. lfi, 1912.
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Several highly-educated Chinese
business men ana ' others connected
h i -ill jjkio
"who are proceeding to the Orient as
cabin passengers in jtfie Pacific Mail
liner Siberia, experienced consider
able difficulty in gaining shore lib
erty at Honolulu today, following a
riraatlr rtillh1 frrtm 'tTnshinp-tnn now
enforced by the Federal authorities at 'M mier-isiami bieamcr n. Bu .
this port, which prevents the free ac- rhe Kna Kau liner returned with
cess of Chinese from ship to shore, a large lisf- cabin and deck passen
Pacific Mail officials have added rrs. Purser Sheldon reports a fine,
duties heaped VPOQ. them in that the tr'P 'tn moderate winds and smooth
men who don the white and gold lace' The freight list included 4710
must take unustial "precautions' on ar- facks sugar, 5 sacks corn, 32 head
rival at the" Chintso ports, against tattle, 20 crates chickens, 61 bunches
the importation, of firearms. . 1 1 ananas, 115 sacks coffee, 12 crates
The Siberia, 'an ' arrival here this pigs.18 bales? hides, 9360 pieces koa
morning from the Coast, is believed wood and 109 packages sundries. The
to be well eunplled.with arms as well Kilauea is on the berth to sail for a
as immuriftion, herd to custody . by return trip to windward Hawai ports
members of Tier crew: or the AIatlc at Jnooh Tuesday. .
steerage passengers., As the order. !? f
now stands, the4 effects of all Asiatics Cattle from Hawaii Ransr&.
will lie rigidly searched before they j Cattle from Hawaii ranges to the
are.permktedj jtjo go Ashore aUShang-, number of 77 head arrived with the
hal. or Hongkong. , m;!. Isteanier Wailele this morning. This,
' "jW same -rule apply to Pacific vessel returned from -Hdnokaa and
'MalIsteameraloa ilcovinglJigkdng Kuktlhaele.with 8636 sacKs sugar, al
or Shanghai., so' a ; quantity of empties and 16 pack
Heretofore a' limited number of Chi- ages sundries. ' : ; l
nese belonging to the engineer's and ' According to her officers jthe vessel
steward's departments, were issued ' met with fine -weather ; and smooth
passes which permitted them to land seas on the voyage. ' The steamer
'At Honolulu -during vthte brefiStay Qf Maui is -reported as loading sugar at
; the &p sseT af . this L'port An order , Ookala ' for Honolulu. The steamer
from j Collector of Cnstoms. Stackable iwalanl was discharging freight and
caused the, immigration ; of flelals ' to taking on sugar at Honoipu.
'decline to' .issue further, passes unless fa
at the request of the Pacific Mall of-' Noeau Sailing for Kauai Today,
fleers.; The result of the new order t . The steamer Noeau for; Waimea di-
" " - o " .0 ,
r rOi luings ixas causeu uuxuy inummvuk
Chinese tptenter, ft protest at the enteral cargo, will be dispatched at three
' forced detention on , shipboard. . How-1 o'clock this afternoon. This ; vessel
, jfevcr, orders are orders In Pacific Mall j has , been discharged of 2080 sacks
circles, and despite mutterings of dls- jgugar, 467 sacks rice, a quaptity of
1 contenCthe. Orientals now placed un-j empties and 115 packages sundries,
der the ban are forcibly detained from , i he Noeau 1 steamed to Honolulu in
participation In the mad delights to favorable seas', and moderate north
be found- t"the 'Hawaiian-eapltaL - east"' wlnd: ' Purser Rlchter- reports
lue oiowa u wuv
from San Francisca.this morning, the
stay at the port, the sailing liour. hav-
te88fel comltgito A.bertn at Aiaicea w Kealla. , K ' At
v o is; WheMUlexl f to maw a,rauier , ions fnlf.
; v Ingnow been ixedj torvirrow
morning -iue -veBsei w
several, hundred tons of.ugar. milling
machinery . desUned for : -Formosa,
delay in the dispatch of the liner to
rha nf nf'lula; !I '.-ii T
, t , . .in"i,i-!t J' v' A
nonoxuiu urew iui, wu u.,; whIle a- faIr list - of passengers ' has
-e In " the
- Bengers Include 50 cabin, nine second t Claudine
class and 159 Asiatic : steerage . ,!
c;pTbe Siberia .w:dtag1t&H7iieiAW for Island Ports.
h M f erwral pafgo from the c?a8Mni. f At - it ; late hour this' evening the
- includes one automobile and 700 bales Matgon .gteamer Hyades will be dis-
...SfA-vvih- i-. mtiWer PatcaeAor . isl.an.d irts'
one thousand -tensKfargO) f or the-
H 1. .
'-Orient. The Siberia is to omit Ma
nila on the trip. v ; :
The local , postoftlce received "328
sacks ; of mail ' from 7; the mainland.
There were ntf BtowawaVs -aboard.
Among '4he prominent through pas
sengers are Alice ' Megan" Rice, author
of the famous "Mr.' "VViggs of the Cab
bage Patch" ; Cale Young Rice, her
husband, alsd,!an 'author, and Mrs. S.
v. BM.B r ' QuanUty of empty drums and 93 peck
. C. Almy. Uitefhsfa.re"r ages: sundries. According to Purser
-and wife. J or 7, Hustace, the steamer met with mod-
'SrS' crate seas and favorable winds.
W. Hegan, her mother; Commander A.
- . . a
; Rammed. - i ' -, v
An American HalUn: ;: freighter,
the well-known Nevadan, was rammed
at San Francisco, the freighter Mon-j
lara; poming Jijto . pQllision with the 4
. ? bigger vessel but slight damage was I
,, Bone, ine Ani?nga-iawaiiuqicaui-j
xin r, nf tiSf? Spa
IaI. " a n.lrlnn Inner' w Vl Q ' The
Nevadan struck, the' Montara on the
starboard quarter. It was a light blow " - a'1 AI
and the damage is -.estimated by the ! Jentoj l J. C. Goodwin T. L. Hen:
Pacific Coast Steamship1. Company at1 Vern'Mrs- -T- .?ende5s0Jn' ,Mrs
not to exceed 5200. Ohe of'the Mon- G- "fnder,son- M "fl
Ura's plates was'felTghny crclcell and ns. MissM. Howard, Mrs. Alex
another dented - - Jsenberg, Alexander Isenberg, Jr.,
; Mrs. Gustav Kennedy, Mrs. S ; G.
gfljp . WWW KQing, Master Ralph P. King, Mrs.
New Steam' Roller is Here." ! m?Iis ,Aileen McCarthy,
Twn lnrirp Ktfam mllprs have been Mrs- w- Macfarlane, Miss Alice
discharged from the spacious hold of
- . s . ... , . .
the Matson Navigation steamer Ho
nolulan. The machines, which will
serve in the building of county high
ways, were shipped here by John Wil
son, ft' local contractor. The road roll
ers are of -oyer ten tons weight each
and ' represent the highest-type of
Bark Rlthet Completed Long Passage.
The American bark R. P.. RltheL af-
ter a voyage of thirty-five days from Hiraiwa, Hachlro Hiroki, C. A. Pe
Honolulu, reached port yesterday, reira, Dr. W. M. Roads, K. Tomita, H.
Captain Nilson reported light winds M. Tuska, Mrs. H. M. Tuska, Mrs.
all the way. 7 over. .At this time - of .k Mary S. Ware. For Kobe: Mrs. Jos
year sailing vessels often take in the ephine P. Campbell,. Miss GQertrude
neighborhood of forty days to make
iL. ..nr.cn era The ttithet o nMirn-orl in
the stream and will go to Crockett to- nie Hughes, Y. K. Liang, J. F. Put
day. She brought 35.000 bags of nam, Mrs. J. F. Putnam. P. Thomas,
sugar. Miss M. L. White. For Hongkong:
Four passengers were on the bark Com. A. C. Almy. U. S. NM Mrs, A. C.
PITjc Kino-. 6triet-ippwUnion . Grill
j Mrs. Dr. A. L. Clark of Oakland, J.
Patterson of Sausalito H. Reinhart
and J. F. Moore of this City. Chron-
Coffee Destined for the Mainland.
Coffee shipments from Hawaii were
conspicuous in the list of freight
brought to Honolulu this morning In
. . . , . . , Tr ii -
reci wun a snipmeni. oi coat ana geu
aii suear cieanea oui ai Miauea
rW1jje xoo sacks remain for shipment
Island Departures This Day.
Two Inter-Island steamers are on
rfg ortdeparture' today. The
i wit inter-nianu HLKiuuerH Hie uu
steamer Noeau. with coal; fertilizer
and general cargo, is to sail :i at 3
& followediby the Claudine for
regular ports' of call on, Maui and
HaWaii, at 5 o'clock this evenlrig. The
I L-4iil' .n-;
ioeau;wiu. carry xaie mans -tor xvauai,
rt Alien, Kanuiui, Kaanapaii. ana
Hil&. The Hyades has a large ' and
varied cargo i f.or . discharge.' Before
the freighter departs from the islands
there will have been loaded a full
shipment of sugar for San Francisco
V- ' IBB
LikHike Back With Sugar Cargo.
Arrivals at the port include ' the Inter-Island
steamer Likelike from Ma
Hugona with 6763 sacks sugar, a
According to report brought by the
steamer . Wailele, the following 'sugar
is awaiting shipment on Hawaii : Pa
auhau 1000,-Honokaa 4017 and Kukul
haele 5638 sacks. -
p . a gjk a
PeF p- M- s- s- Siberia, from San
Francisco-For Honolulu: F,
Macfarlane, Julius Nunes, Mas Owen,
Mtc rn Dnnr V TntAM.An 1 T
Mrs. Dora Pans, E. Patterson, W. L
Pnrtor 4 Tec Cl Pnwcr Tro 1T XT
Ramsey, Miss J. E. Ryan, George
Scarfe, Miss Ethel L. Scarfe, Thomas
Schafer, F. W. Schutz, Mrs. F. W.
Schutz, Miss Laureta Schutz, Mrs. J.
M. Senni, Mrs. A. P. Sinclair, Henry
h. SmithbZ. S. Spaulding, Miss C. B.
Sperry. Otto Wix, Dr. Rene Clavel,
L- Barkhausen, Max F. Lindenmeyer.
For Yokohama;., a H. D. Fisher, T.
Cozad, Miss Elizabeth Ward. For
Shamrhal- S Cl RpfnUov fica Ton. I
TIDESSUN AND MOON
2 3 j 3.:
1I C7 5.39 6.59
2 1 , 412; 9.40
0.09 11J0 5.39 6-2'
0.38 12.35 5.40' 6-26)
1.05 15 5.40! 6.25; 10, li
4A f Jl
J.37 3.54 5.40! 64'10.54
.New moon Aug. 12. 9:27 a. m.
Temperature 6 a. m., 76; 8 a. m.,
75; 10 a. m.. 80; 12 noon, 83. Mini
mum last night, 73.
Wind 6 a. m., velocity 4, direction
Northeast; 8 a. m., velocity 5, direc
tion Northeast; 10 a. m., velocity 8,
direction Northeast; 12 noon, velocity
12, direction Northeast Movement
past 24 hours, 162 miles.
Barometer at 8 a. m., 30.01. Rela
tive humidity, 8 a. m., 77. Dew-point
at . 8 a, m., 69 . Absolute . humidity, 8
a. m., 7.204. Total r rainfall during
past. 24 BbursCH
VESSELS .TO AND "
FR01.f THE ISLANDS
) (Special Cable to Mecllant,
: ' Excnanre.) . c
, Friday, Autrast 16.
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived, Aug. 11,
S. S. Alaskan, from Hilo, July 28. ,
SAN FRANCISCO -r- Sailed, . August
15, S. S. Mexican, for Seattle.
S. 3. Siberia sails for
Saturday 5 at noon.
Almy, Carl D. Behrens, Ed. Block,
Mrs. Ed. Block, Miss D. Brandt:, Mrs;4
Isadore Burns; Mr. Chang Chin Garn,
Sam Chone. Mrs. Anita Orta 'do
Chon?, ATftstPr Sflirmoi ftnk rhJrt
Sydney K. Cohen, G. S. Folsom. Dt.
R. B. Gibson, J. M. Goode, ;jacbb G.r
Hanna, Agnes Hartbuck, Mrs. S.W.
Hegan, M. S., Keeler, I. S. Keeler,
Mrs. G. L. Lansing, Miss Esther Mer-
ray, Dynam Fredericw Randall, C. Y
Rirft: Mrs Ci Y Pio RidiaWh
Robinson. Mrs. -Benjamin F. Robin -
fon Ten Yew Fan, Mrs; E. P. Thomp
son, Alex H. Tomes. ; a:
Per stmr. Kilauea,' rrbm Jona and
Kau ports. E. E. Conant,' Jaa.Wilder,
J. Bf. Castle, Mrs. Castle, Mrs. S;N
Castle, Mrs: Hough1, Mlss Cv Donnell,
M. C. Mattos. Geo. Hapal. W. D. Ack-
erman, Mrs. Ackermari, Miss Simef,frl
ona. Miss G. Miller, Mis's IE.,, Clarke;
Miss b.'VClarke; .M."' Kasanibto, Mra,
Todd, Miss Todd,' M.; Cleghorni Cv-. Jr
Hoke, J; Vascbncellos, Miss ,M. Au-r
rana, S." G. Cohn, D. L. Meyers, J.
Garcia, J. R. Davis, Mrs. Timoteo, 101
Per P. M. S. S, Siberia for Japan
and China ports : . Mr. ,and Mrs. P.
Gordon, Miss E. B. Gordon, . Mrs.
John : F. Keator, Miss Rachael Kea:
tor, John F. Keator, Jr., Dr. Harry
Mi Keator, Clement S. Keator, H. S.
E. Randolph, Mrs. . A. R. Smith.
Per M. N. S. S. Honolulan, for Ka
hului, Aug. 16. Miss Beach, Ben F.
Vickers, Mr. Barnes; Mr.' Dowsett,
Mrs. A. E. Brune. W. D. Alexander,
S. G. Wilder, J. N. S. Williams, Mrs.
J. N. S. Williams and . child, Mr.
vii j, mr. . ni u . pmtat landowner near this city.
Greenwell, Mr. Waterhouse. Mr. Judd, Scheld wh he commenced boringifo?
Mr. Brekers, Mr. Roth, Mr. Anderson, arteuan water expected to find both
Mr. Horner, Mr. Lowrey A. L Castle, jgold water and the result proves
ATTKiUa' f,r KaUn -tS8'! that his theories were correst. He, has
?VT 2! f"f Mrs. C. L. Bo-)not foun(f water but expct8
derro, Miss Breckenridge, Mrs. K. M.; fn havBemirh tft irHMt0 ..1
Yates, Miss Grace Carroll, Francis
Gay, Miss L. Day, Miss D. Campbell,
Dr. Sandow, F. A. Boyer, J. M. Arm
strong, G. F. Rankin, D. Lyons, A.
Erickson, E. Kopke, R. Hayselden, P.
M. Castro, Mrs. Grace and ' infant,
Mrs. A. H. Sheldon, Miss Sheldon,
Mr. Wasano and infant, A. H. Rice,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Knudsen, Mrs.
Scudder, R D. Moler, Rev. Oleson, B.
D. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. T.
Purvis, M. Ishibashi, L. Conradt, C.
:' . . . 0 mt t
Maintaining an pvrn krel. and fore-
ing through the tumbling seas suf-rlnterest by mining men who claTm
rounding the island of Oahu, at a that the hills near Yreka carried gold
satisfactory speed, in tow of the isl- from the surface to a depth of 200 feet
and coasting steamer Kaena, the fam- but the finding of free cold at a depth
ous submarine, built under the direc- of 400 feet demonstrates to the miner
tion of SuDervisor Eben Low. bv the! and investor that treasures of gold
Honolulu Iron Works, has completed
a successful round trip to Koolau,
where a shipment of 165 barrels fuel
oil was delivered.
The "Libby Mac," a peculiarly con
structed craft, designed along the
lines of a torpedo, is intended to ply
between Honolulu and the windward
side of Oahu, in the transhipment
of oil to be used in the canning es
tablishments located there.
Some time ago. the craft was sent
on a trial trip, but owing to a num
ber of mechanical defects the voyage
had to be abandoned and the Libby
Mac reposed at a mooring near the
foot of Fort Street pending a number
of important alterations.
Supervisor Eben Low is the owner
of the tubular shaped vessel that is
to make regular trips with fuel for
Photo-EnTraTine of highest srade 1
can be secured from the Star-Bulletin
rhofo-EngraTlng Plant -
Indicted by Grand Jury Pub
lisher is Fined $50 When
Plea Is Entered
On the charge of using the United j
States mails to conduct a lottery, So- j
metaro Sheba, editor of the Hawaii i
Shinpo, , was indicted by the federal I
grand jury this morning.
At 2 o'clock this afternoCh Sheba
with his attorney appeared in court
and waiving a hearing entered a plea
of guilty as charged. He declared
that he had erred through ignorance
of the law. and would be more careful
in the future, A fine of $50 and costs
was thereon imposed which the Jap
anese publisher paid before leaving
the courtroom. i
After the jury held a brief session
at 10 o'clock Judge Clemons called
the district court to order and the
jury's true bill was handed in and
placed on secret file. Immediately aft
erward court took a recess until 2
o'clock this afternoon, when the editor
was summoned into court and rthe in
dictment read to him. '
The editor is indicted off three
counts, all. relating to the publication
of a subscription contest which the
Hawaii Shinpo conducted last 'August
His . alleged error and illegal act,
which, ; Sheba protests was made
through' his ignorance of the law and
not wilfully, was in advertising a con
test In which winners were to be de
cided by a drawing of numbers from
a hat or other receptacle, and in bold
ly "announcing that it was to be a lottery-
This is held to be in violation of the
federal Statute, which has been in! ef
fect many years. The contest Sheba
proposed differed from the ordinary
newspaper contest, which is held Con
tinually throughout the United States,
in that he would have chosen the"
winners by. a process that found winners-purely
by chance, while the usu
al contest is decided on merit, in
which the dinners are those who, by
their own work and that of their
friends, are able to gather the largest
number of subscriptions for the newspaper.-
; Both kinds, of contests are intended
the circulation of the
newspaper, but the one depends , on
luck; or chance, and as such would
develop into a gambling game, pro
hibited by1' law
Behind, Sheba's indictment is saif to
bealstJoty tef k feud between the edi-
Atprjatfd ah6ther Japanese.
f " -saw Ia"elVj'n
reianiiou, seni wora uireci 10 siue
Attdrn General at Washington, TtoU
iyinhuri, 6f the subscription contest
and geaiandlng an investigation, his
Js, . ttoUjgh to - be one of the reasons
for th4 present visit 01; Special Aent
,Peytvo Gordon to Honolulu atithe
er.vhe latter has been ordered
is Unknawhbut ft is thought that 1 his
uties have been cdncIUded hereThe
federal grand jury adjourned shortly
ajfter ttte,' court';' had ."taken 'lis- repess,
and" wif not ' meet, . again' ' until .next
Mohday, Gordon expects to 'leavef on
the Siberia tomorrow morning fo( ;Ja"r
pan, where he will take up the rwbrk
of gathering evidence at Tokio, Naga
saki, K6be and other' cities in the; big
customs', case that has arisen through
thVcusfonis port of St; Joseph, Mo!
BORES FOR WATER,
OPENS GOLD MINE
YREKA, (Siskiyou Co. CaL), Augl 3.
1 Finding a promising ledge of gold as
well as a splendid supply of watet is
, the good fortune if Louis Scheld, a
dred acres of land. ''j
Scheld for years has believed that
artesian water could be found in Sis
kiyou county and made offers to Any
one that would bore for it. No' ne
accepting his offers he decided to bpre
for himself. From the first he encoun
tered difficulties in the way of inabil
ity to obtain competent help and in
the necessary delays of sending.' to
San Francisco for parts of machinery
Thursday at a depth of 360 feet he
struck a gold bearing ledge with stor
ings showing free f gold. YesteVday
Scheld reached the depth of 400 feet
and was on the ledge as the borings
continued to show gold.
The water in the well is within
twenty, feet of the surrace and If
Scheld does not find artesian water he
has a flow uifficient to irrigate several
Lhundred acres. He will dig deeper
In the hope of finding artesian water.
The ore drillings are being assayed
and th result is awaited with mUcb
deep in ground are in the hills of Sis
WATSON IS COMFORTABLE
BUT CONDITION UNCHANGED
Prince Kuhio this morning receiv
ed a cable from Secretary McClellan
stating that the condition of Attorney
E. M. Watson is unchanged, although
he is resting comfortably. Mr. Wat
son is a member of the firm of Thomp
son, Wilder, Watson & Lymer, and
was stricken with paralysis while in
W. C.v PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
': ' k
AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
Merchant, Near Pert
SAYS ROSS: URGES
8000 Laborers on Big Ditch
With Vast Commerce, but
Business, Admiral Declares
That the Panama Canal is almost
ready to yield a harvest of both com
merce and labor to Hawaii, and that
Honolulu must be up and doing in or
der to fit itself to receive the benefits
which will come with the opening of
the big ditch, was the theme of a
ringing talk on the canal, given by;
Rear Admiral Albert Ross, U. S.
retired, at luncheon at the Commer-,
cial Club today. J
"There are 8000 European laborers j
who can not be surpassed anywhere.'
in the world, who are fond of tropical
cliruate6, and who could be brought
over to Hawaii on the completion of.
the canal," said the speaker. "It;
would be to the benefit of Hawaii to'
ook into this phase of canal comple-
Uo?- . , . , .
Admiral Ross is an enthusiast on
the canal, and believes firmly that no
mistakes have been made eithei in the
selection of the men who are rapidly
bringing what he terms the greatest
engineering feat the world has ever
known to successful completion, or in
the methods which these men have
adopted.. - -He described clearly and In -
terestingly the history of ther canal
from its earliest inception to thepres -
ent time, ahd told of the engineering
features with which he became' fa
miliar during a long stay on the Canal
"And now we come to the part
which Hawaii will play In the opening
of the canal,'5 said Admiral Ross, af
ter carrying an imaginary' ship through
the locks and lakes from the Atlantic
to the Pacific.
CROWDED FIRST NIGHT j
With the standing room sign In vi -
dence all through the first perform
ance and a full house at the second i
performance the Hawaii- theater open
ed up last night under the most favor
able auspices as a more satisfied audi-
ence never left a motion picture theat
er. ... 1
The Hawaii proved to be ayery
cozy . heater, .and.., the, senjc pbenr ' air
arrangement made"' thiqgjs1' Ideal ! last
night. The pictures werepH' tharthe
management- claimed of : them, - new;
interesting and instructive. The pic
tures were thrown, on the screeU withi
out a flicker and there wasn't any
tiresome delays or waits between the
reels. Of the four pictures shown: last!
night it would beThardcto iay Which
one was the best ' as they were all
The crowded condition af the theat
er1, last night showed that the Theater
going populace have explicit! confld'
ence in Manager. Noyes and as long
as he continues with his first pictures
which by the .way means . pictures
that comes out direct f rota New York
as soon as they are released, Jhe Ha
waii will be. the, most popular. iheater;
ffttown V-. f ij ) .. k ' j"
:'jrfieame program illbe xonUnued
tonight and tomorrow night and those
wha haven't .seen :tte ur;u feature
fllm;, shouI4 hy.-jaft ' means .'ee, th$m.
LOOK AT SOME OF OUR N0N0SENARIAN STUDENTS Af.'OGETYClH CCSZ ZS.Z I f
miss Ci55t vvoouPUt-BA&toyo
of cosvcorncr.n'h who
IS TAKiNO DRAMATIC IN
STRUCTION PROM M. DAVID J
WHO 15 LEARNHNO CUM
ARAB'C PREPARATORY' To
0"eG. a Cook ic- school.
MASELfXYR SHRUB or COWHruL
Hr ACCD 92 .who S Tak in G
VOCAL CULTURE AND MANDOLIN
LESSONS FROM prop, BEJM2INI
6 BALTIMORE, . -
TO i HAVAII
Can Be Secured for Islands
People Must Get Ready to Get
' luverything In the way of slipping
from Alaska to the Antipodes will go
through Honolulu. But what have you
In the shape of a harbor? Have you
any docks that can accommodate a
thousand-foot ship? If not, what will
become of you ?
"The demand from the outside is
that you should have good health
here. In order to have good health
you must have good water, good
sewage, and a good sanitary harbor.
You must eradicate the mosquito and
the fly. If there is any question of
quarantine, ships will give Honolulu
a wide berth.
'It is up to you to see that these
na An not m hv Ah trt VAtir ha.r-
rm afrald lt wiU have to be gen-
I erally admitted that it is Inadequate,
and it wI11 not be lonJt before you
forced to uke ,n Kam and make
a clear passage way for ships through
j channels. You should have a
.-.coaj 'Pue with half a.mllllpn tons of
, "on hand. which can be
procured as cheaply or even cheaper
n at otner porta. That will "bring
' e shipping. W K
j "When T come back acraln'. as I hope
' db. I exnect to .see a new Ilono-'
lulu, with doubler the . population and
with fine ' villas dotted over the hills.
And took after the tourist crop. .That
is one of the most Valuable crops that
a ; community can have. " ; v f". ', i?
'Depend upon it the canal will be
opened a year f roni ! next September,
and from then bri it wilt the 'most
lmnortant factor '' W Honolulu's "com
An entirely " new program will - be on
uiunuay uigui ...... : .. , . .
1. ITTkC CtAD-nC TCKltMCMT
nUudto uii TUuUriDUWL
The ne , nroperiy . owners in the
Punchbowl district , need have little
fear, of tenements in that neighbor
hood. Such Is the opinion of Joshua
Tucker, who says .that he doesl not
believe more than ten. of . the lts" sold
ar ' vspaterdav'a auction were "Durchas-
'edehutatfaMdrthat such P'
Phased, tore Hd scattered. that'they wilW
be, unable Ja aflwrs-surocjenuaao. jai.
any ohe locality , to erept a tenement
of anyiUft i t '?0 'i
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the 'master of the 'American Booter',8? senate derca.
rrpspejpj.Hov at iej puik.otvitIi'ti
Inifcjto sail for xuad . ports.
I The Interisland steamer Klnau is to
go on the local marine railway nerore
the close of, the month. . The; vessel
kwillrecfiiva luclelaning.aiid repainting.
. The pacific; Mail liner . SlDerla , will
be dispatched for Japan and: China
ports on or about noon tomorra.
carding to 4he announcement coming
from, the oftce of H. Hackfeld & Qm-
peny the local rresfUtivesrthiuPV?tln-vtnt to VTtt3f
liner. t ilt ? : if -rlna-furttsrjnews'.to c3
r verythinjf In the printing line at
S'-Dullrtinf Alakea street; rraBiS,
y.erehant street , .
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tariff for revenue only,
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