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JJQNOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FKIDAY, SEPT. 13, 1912.
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? J Pointing with pardonable pride Ho
; magnificent silver and golden cup,
"; fourteen and one-half inches high, of
. Grecian design, and suitably , ln
; v scribed. Captain J. H. irealy, master
of the United States army transport
Thomas, recounted some of th thriV
ling experiences In the treacherous
praters and ice pack of the far north
'jrfience, after veeks of hardship, he
leafelX brought he transport Sheri
. . can to ner nome pore at aan t ran
fclsco. Captain - W. P. Stlmson, former
shipper In the . Thomas, has been
transferred to shore duty. Captain
Stimson "Is now rated as. chief care
taker of vessels in the transport fleet,
remaining at San Francisco. 1 '
' '-Captain -Mike" Healy was the'een
ter of a group of friends this morning
apoh hls arrival from the Coast He
was the recipient of a volume of sin
cere congratulation over the success -
ful outcome of the voyage which car
rled him and his 'command to p the
Arctic Circle. . ' -";
It was with considerable reluctance
that Captain Healy told of some of
the difficulties that were continually
encountered on the memorable trip
'of the1 Sheridan, which-on that occa
sion 'carried eleven 'hundred officers,
; soldiers and ,-crew. Fob, days the
: Sheridan was held hard and fast in
; a gigantic ico pack. It required much
presence of mind .as well as a display
of skill as a navigator to bring the
vessel through without damage ordls-"
v The blg, handsome navigator iilgh-"
,;' ly rizes'the loving cup that was tea
dered him on his return from the
frozen north, which presentation was
. xnaae last month at a time when a
large representation of the Sixteenth
and Thirtieth Infantry, both -of -which
organizations' had -traveled 'under the
: guidance 'of Captain Healy; then mas-
; ter of the Sheridan, ."was-1 present V
in;additlon to the? silver token, the
genial commander of the Thomas1 also
:v pesserses a writteti. testimonial of
his courage, which hears the signa
turcs of thirty or more officers prom
' Inent in -military affairs of the coun-
;.; try. V-z- '; . v -
. The Thomas arrived off the port
at an early hour this morning ;ahd
wxs 'moored at the 'new Richards
street wharf before 8 o'clock. A fine
, ; trip down from the Coast is record
; . ed. The weather was fine and this
, is Eiid to hate, contributed' to. the
success of .' many dances and enter
' : Uicments given on board. . - ; ; : -One
of the' largest lists of first-
.. class passengers to arrive at; Hono
lulu in an -army vessel in ; many
months reached ; port in the Thomas
this morning. '': There are . forty-one
passengers1 who left the transport at J
Honolulu, including 1 a number r of
: teachers and a delegation. o, clerks
for' the quartermaster's "department
For Honolulu four second-class and
48 troop "passengers were left --.' -The
Thomas will continue the voy
, age to Manila' by way of Guam at' 10
o'clock tomorrow morning, taking, 93
cabin, SO second 'class and SOO-troop
passengers." ' ;-: . ''-..',
Brigadier General H.H.' Baildholtt,
v Philippine Constabulary, is the rank-
ing officer on board the Thomas. Ma
jor Thomas G. Hanson of the Eighth
- Infantry Is In command of the troops.
, The Thomas has been fitted up with
. a fine new barber shop,- a convenience,
greatly appreciated by travelers. The
.troopship also U rings a.' new s quarter
master in the person of Captain N.
1 K. Taylor, who assumed - the duties
formerly . performed by A. J. McNab.
Captain Taylor has a host of friends
on. both sides of the Pacific ,He is
rated as the ; right man. in the right
':'lUace. :- ' v - .:"'-
Chief Steward W. J. Davles is mak
- ing his first trip to the Philippines
In the Thomas. He has taken the
. place vacated by T. Peterson, who, it
vl is 1 predicted, will take over the man
. " agement of the big new hotel at Ma
mia. .- --r-.v::: -, '-.'.-r
The Thomas will be given a large
' consignment of coal before her de
parture for the Philippines. In addi
tlon to a small amount of mail, the
vessel brought a quantity of quarter
. master supplies and personal effects.
Ilonolalan BacK Sunday.'
The Matson Navigation steamer Ho
nolulan, now at Kabul ui to discharge
a quantity ; of mainland cargo, is ex
epcted to return to Honolulu Sunday
' morning, according to advices receiv
ed at the agency of Castle & Cooke.
The Honolulan : is scheduled to sail
' for San Francisco at 10 o'clock next
' Wednesday morning, . taking a full
quota of cabin passengers and large
consignments of sugar and preserved
pineapples. '-Nv ; -v l -- ' ..
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: Again Tanker Rosecrans is Refloated.
Having been given up for lost the
American oil tanker Rosecrans; which
figured in a serious fire, has again
- Tie refloated and before the Matson
Navigation steamer Honolulan sailed
from San Francisco the Rosecrans
had arrived at the California port' to
go into dock for a general overhauling
' and , repairs. Those who , visited : the
? ' steamer say that- . except for 'the
smoke stains on its funnel and a Hre
: wrecked bridge 'the tanker shows no 1
outward sign oi tne aamage wrougui
T5y the conflagration, which .was not
as extent if e as at first supposed. Not
until thete has been a thorough sur
vey will it be decided whether the
vessel 'will be restored to its former
condition or coverted into a' barge, i
i A. ' f, . ':, fOX y
Hilllon Feet ef Lumber for Honolula.
j One million two hundred thousand
feet of lumber besides a quantity of
1 shingles and building material, arriv
ed at this port yesterday afternoon in
the American schooner Mary E. Fos
ter, 24 days from Port Blakeley.
. This vessel came down under favor
able weather conditions. Captain J.
H. "Johnson reports a fine trip. ; The
Mary, E. 'Foster arrived with a - new
third mate,, in the person of Eugene
Aliens a well-known Honolulu young
man, who is making the trip to the
Islands, in the windjammer on vaca
tion bent ' , . A '
The vessel, and cargo is consigned
to Allen & Robinson of this city
Ml at Alakea Wharf.
The Pacific Mall liner Nile; from
San Francisco, due to arrive In port
late this afternoon, will be berthed at
Alakea wharf. : The Nile is bringihg a
few lay-over passengers for Honolulu.
The vessel will be supplied with sev
eral hundred tons coal before sailing
for Japan and China tomorrow morn.
Ing. IL Hackfeld & Cq. expect to dis
patch the vessel for the Orient on or
about 10 o'clock tomorrow. "
Claudine for Hawaii Ports Tonight ..
,,The ,Inter.-Island steamer ClaVdine,
with a fair cargo and ; ' number of
cabin and r deckv passengers, is ; on s the
berth to depart f or-'IEawati by way of
alaiil ports 'atr? o'clock thfsevening.
5-.- .f ! 4 f t:ti-' ''.I
The arrival of the army, transport
Thomas early this morning filled the
streets with I soldiers, and I iustered!
the corridors and lounging ' rooms of
the Ycrang Hotel with ' officers and
their-families enjoying to the iull ex-
pnt tr w fan ashore, befow the
te.nt their last fun ashore, befora the
last and longest leg of the - voyage to
th Far East , . - f
The Thomas is Half empty; this trip,
there being plenty ; of room for all
the first and second cabin and troop
. Among the officers of : local organ
izations returning from leave or duty
on the mainland, is Major- McClure
Fifth, Cavalry, who ent to the
Coast to act as ohfe of the - umpires
of the California maneuvers. . Lieu
tenant Chamberlain, Seventh- -Caval
ry, land Mrs. Chamberlain 'are one of
the several bridal couples aboardand
both have many friends aboard.. Mrs.
Chamberlain was Miss .-Garlington,
daughter of General Garlington, In
spector General of the army.
Major Charles :C, Walcutt Jr., Fifth
Cavalry, who has been attending the
Army War College has been detailed,
as assistant to the - chief of the ,Bu
reau of Insular affairs, with the rank
of Colonel.; An order to this effect
was - received at Department head
Quarters this morning.. "; ; u
' A War - Departments -circular Just
received shows that the 'Fort Ruger
mortar battery was placed 2ith out
of -29, in the record firing of 1911. A
much better position is expected this
year. ; . " : ..
Wren Timberlake, son of Major t E.
J. Timberlake of , the- Coast , A.rtillen.
and at present a student at Punahoa,
has Just received a Presidential ap
pointment at West Point' He will re
main here for. a few months, and will
then go to an Eastern 'school to com
plete his special coaching' for ; the en
Chinese" Built Motor Boats .on Pacific
', Coast . vU:-x;
A remarkable shipment of motor
boats has just been completed on the
Great. Northern 'Minnesota, which
sailed from Hongkong for Seattle. Two
sixty foot motor' boats (twin screw)
weighing 23 tons 'each one fifty-foot
motor hoat weighing 10 tons with h
single screw, one forty-five foot motor
boat weighing eight tons (single
ssrew), ; and a general ; shipment of
nine motor and rowing' dingheys have
been placed on board. This l com
pletes a consignment of orders jcar
ried through by Mr. J. B. ,Wood, of
26 boats ' built for Vancouver parties
at the yards of W. S, Bailey & Co. dur
ing the past winter.
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Two Liners CCllide Off Japan Cearst
A Moji," dispatch appearing in the
Japanese papers reports a collision be
tween the C. P,tR. steamer Monteagle
and 'the Shlsgu.-Marti of the Osaka
Shosen Kalsha, the latter vessel being
slightly injured.. , . . . .. . -: .
f ' :ia i
Temperature 6 a. m., ; 8 a. m.,
80: 10 a. m.. 83: 12 noon. 85. Mini
Wind 6 a. m., velocity 1, direction
I 1 v- Ik T Ta ""
direction Xortheast: 12 noon, velocitv
W V -
dilution .Xhrthist MnTmnt
cast 24 hours. 116 miles.
Barometer at 8 a, m., 29.99. ReIa
ative humidity 8 a. m., 4. Dew-point
at s a, m., 61.- Aoaoiute nmmflity.:
a. m 6.998 ... -j--l
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
September 13, 1912.
KAHULUI Sailed Tuesday, Sept 10,
S. S. Hilonian, for San Francisco,
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Sept. 9, S.
aiancnuna, nence August 29.
SAN FRANCrSCO-Arrived,' Sf nt. 13,1
9:00 a. a, C. S. A. T. Logan. henceJ
Sept 5. . .
ASTORIA Arrived. Sept 13. S. S.
Harley, hence Sept 1. - .
S. 'S. NILE arrives at 4:00 d. m. from
San Francisco and sails Saturday
10 'fl-'m. fhr TVilrnTiamji .
u. s. A.'XrtioaiA sails lor Manna
m . . n . . .... .-..I
Saturday. ; 10 a., m. - , '
Francisco For Hoaolulu: Captain!
J. E. Belt Miss: C.M. Bement, Rich -
ard Bolton, 'wife and son, Miss Helen
Burton. R. F. Clayton and wife. CaDt
C. R. Day, Miss Sallie Douglas, Dan
lei w.risn ana wire miss Caroline
j uicner,; Mrs. warren i n annum,
Lieut T. C. Martin. Major. N. F. Mc -
Clure, J. A. McKeown, J. M.; O'Con -
nor, 1st Lieut. Dorsey Rodney, lstlkio for ;the funeraL of the late Em
Lieut Herndon Sharp, wif and child, peror; Mutsuhito, and with Secretary
W. P,v-. Sledge, Lieut Co., -W. Y. of State Philander C. Knox represent
Stamper.J. N. Taggard, wife and 3 tag'the :United States, the solemn
children, ; 1st Lieut G. E. Turner, ceremonial takes on much interest lor
wife and 2 children, Miss Inez Under- Americans - i;,vC .. aY
hill,-Herbert A. Wade Edwin Alberts, At tbTuer ertmohies, iHtsr Ma.
Brig. Gen. "H. H. Bandholtz and wife, jfesty ' the 'Emperor w was represented
Miles H. Barber, Lt CoL -H. C. Ben- in the funeral procession' by. Prince
son, Mrs. E. s G. 3ingham . and . child, Kah,In,vand -the VEmpress Dowager by
2d. . Lieut II. D. Chamberlain "and PrifideSs -HigashlFttshimi. HIs- Ma
wife, Miss Elizabeth Claggett and sis- Jesty, together with the Empress 'afid
ter, Frank M. Crone, Mrs. Herbert B. the JEhipress "JJdwager: drove-; on
Crosby,- 2 children and governess, 2d. ahead 1 to Hhe 'jaoyama ground, "where
Lieut Ralph. E. Davis, Capt Robt they 'awaited ' the Imperial coffin 7 at
Dickson, 1st Lieut. A.i H. Dieg, Major the Second torii' (Shinto' gate. - After
T. TQ. Dohaldson. iWm: L.- Doud, Mrs. the funeral service' their majesties-will
D. M- Erwin, Capt Chaa. Famel, Capt. witness -the; -ntrainment bf the -body
SamueJ Frankenblerger and wife, Mr&.lat the Aoyaina satloif. Prmce Kanin
iJohh' W. French, 1st Lieut Robert will lso represent the Emperor at the
1 & Goodman, Mrs. Geo. H. .Guer-
A. GIHmbre, wife 'and ' mother. Miss
drum and daughter, Mrs. C. H. Ham-
Hn ? and 2 " children. Major Thos. G.
Hanson, Major W. O. Johnson, wife
and daughter, P. J. Kane, 2d. Lieut
Emit Korjan, Andre E.- Lee,; ( 1st
Lieut O.' A. Manseau, Mrs. Catherine
Morgan and' daughter, Capt F. W.
Morrison, 4 2d. r Lieut ' Clarence E.
McAdam,-- Mrs. ' U. G. McAlexander,
3 1 Lleutf Bert H Nlckerson ahd wife,
EJ1 eide, i Miss : Elizabeth PatUson,
Capt Peter Peterson, lat Liet Jno.
It Pinion, ; Mrs.- Ray O. Porter-and
child,v Judge Jno. ; S. Powell and son.
FranclsUr Randolph; i&i.- Lieut 8. 3. 1 In : the center'of the procession pro
Reynoids, wife 'and 2 children, W. ?E. ceeded the chiefj master jf ceremo-
Rlchards and wife, Mrs. M. D. Simp-
son, 1st Lieut A Bernard AiSchaaf and
wife. -2d.-Lieut Max Sebald. wife and
2 .children, 1st Lieut-Halleand M.
Smith,-. Warren D.! Smith ; arid rwifev twenty-eight musicians Jand the direc
Capt v Jna !P. Spurr. Maior ' IP F I for of the Bureau of Imperial Matrso-
Straub.; Jno.r'T.- Swift? Mrs. ; g ' A-
Warner. -ist T.ut j s Vhmf J
ahd '. child. -2d: JJeiit. ;Kdw. Winn
i ; ; v , v r ... .
Per stmr. Claudine.fOr Maui arid
Hawau -; ports. Sept 13.-Miss C. L.
Turner, Miss E. Dunn, Miss TamYan,
Katie Wong Tong, Miss A.- Hoapili,
Mrs. Pj 'Pratt Miss U Pratt Emit
Wilkins. Aiii wnwrfqT.iA -sv.nioM
w n rtishn -it.: a mi i. r-v-.i-J I
Gay, Mi;' K'j; Smithies. Itfrs;
Kaleo; E. J." Smithies, S. Uvingstdn, "Mwwl. , prewueui. 1
p n. nmnn Un- n w t?Tr perial -funeral committee, who also
Mrs.' Frein, Miss M;VTodd, Miss Plant 1
Mrs. G. S. Muriroe, Miss Nellie Awana,
MISS F. G.tYnn: TUIsa K M naso - Mw I
L; D. Mearckv Rev. M; 2. Santos, Mrs.
Santos, Henry Santos, Fred Santos,
Alice Santos, E. B. "Blanchard, J. AI-
lAneistprJ MrWa m ftai Mfw t; ph.
hrdson, G. S. llaymorid. Dr. -von'Berg.l0' Chrysanthemum' and aU others
man. A. Martlnsen: J. A. Merfifros. , I
rer stmr. Mauna Kea, for.HIlo dl - i
rr . ' t" 7 - .
rect'Sept 14. A. Gartley, Alex. Na-
wahl, Geo. Cool E: A: Brown, M.1
Jamie, A. Haneberg, E. K Hartman, 1
Mrs. "M. M.' Johnson, TdIfis L. Beer-1
man. Mrs. A.; Menefbella. Miss Merie-
fbgiio, Mrs. B. Cartwright Jr., Miss E.
Williams, Mrs. C. Short 'Miss A. Btt-
chanan, Bruce Cartwright Jr Harry
Gaylord, Mrs. Ned Austin, Mrs. M. F.
Peter, Mrs.".-Leal, Geo. Desha, Mr.
and Hl'rsv-J. .A.-Parker, v
NAMED IX 11TH OF FIFTH. I
At a caucus of the Eleventh precinct
of. the Fifth district held last night,
N7Feroandez,"Edward Drew arid B. K.
Ka-ne were 'named ; as the stee'ring
committee. ' Harry Arild ahd "Frank F.
Fjernandez will receive the support 'Of
the delegation for, the supervisorshlp,
as 'will Charlie Achi and B. K. Kane
for the senate. Harry Auld,. Henry
Vlerra ahd James Young are the classy and foreigners employed in tne
choice for the hohse, and Robert W.igovernment service who are corded
Parker for the shrievalty. I
When a" Dachelor gets the idea un-j
der his hat that he understands a 1
young widow all she has to do Is lead I
him to tte parson.; j-' k r - I
Star-Bulletin Ads. are Best Boslness,
Getters. - .
Elf Ml TuOURNED 1 flffl
(Continued from Fas T)
large, vase containing chrysanthe
mums. Each side of the front of the
v' .. ... . Ja'7"c ua6
Children Come First
1 f .
ne ceremonies oegan ai eignt
I o'clock, and from that time on the pu
P" me arIOus jayauese scnoois.
- J0,'w"a"" UJ lcaiucl aiir
I a j M X rA K KaIw IaaaK am nn'il
the late Emperor. As the pupils
marched in they formed two groups,
the boys on one side and the girls
on the other, in front of the stage.-At
a word from one of the teachers, all
made a low bow to the photograph,
and at another signal marched out in
perfect 'drder.- School after school
came' adj went, until about a tjuarter Most of toe Japanese stores are dec
Of ten. From this time tin the Japan-! wui.
d and e!t!n attended in otJif'f!T'Sm'!a :0mC8
Man soldiers who had served
der the late Emperor were noticed!
S.J among those who came to pay their,
respects, some waring tne aecorauons
they had woa in-battle, and it was an
impressive sight to watch these men,
some of whom had seen the fire of
many, batues, as they stood before the
(photograph of the dead Emperor and
leaze&:tor ,maay. minutes-upon it be -
I fare: retiring.
I Many of the local -consuls attended
I a hov wom Vivn nntirA vRtMavnnalhr insoected: Y. Akai." manager I
that the ceremonies would be held to -
day.; They were met at the door by.
momhPi-K if .ronwil Mnri d stuff. Art.
ing ConsulSeneral Mori, with Assist-
ant ViceCcdi8ui Kurusa, stood on the
main floor of theihaR to the left of the,
: V.n i ..n j
Daw Thir ReDet.
J ,a1' the' Jaoanese visitors entered
f the v advanced to the center bf the'
Uoii hMi- fcot ifrnm th tarA
- 1 and made three deep ' bows. They
I then Advanced towara thestage about
1 . ? 7 . i r"
l Preparations are complete at Te
j burial service, i,;;? A
The' f uneral AproeessIon, which v was
to' leave 'the Imperial pahu5e- at
o"cl6ck in the evening, was headed, ac-
cording to the; pffkial program,
thirteen police guards,4 jmcludf rig 'the
chief of the metropolitan police -office,
followed by the military and naval
guards ot honor,. Alter them ;came
n various brder courts-Bervahts
tjarryin M! torches hannrs, v spears,
bows,-, arrows, musical i instruments,
etc- 6retaries and commissioners of
wiunerai commutee, niuaxisw auu
assisxani niuaiisra, ew
Order of Procession
hies, andthe minister of the imperial
household, 'accompanied - by several
petty ; officials in he household de-
partmeht: arid preceded by.a band -ofl
Ieai -Af ter the" Minister of the impe-
rial f household' ; proceeded twelve
torch-bearers, ' then five" oxeh attend
I ed -by twentyeightmen 'and drawing
the imperial funeral car. y Before- it
walked -two riarriage attendants and
e'rals aritt admirals. ;Then ' there fol
lowed v-'ithe'-' grand chamberlain, the
chiefs aide-de-canrp to ''the vEmperorAf
cer!n generals of thJmperial
bodyguard. v - Next comes the Empe-
ror's deputy, attended by certain gen
Tvhe -'Princes ofthe blood,their -at-
latucH, juiu me uuuiw maicu
laterEmperorc followed;- and -after
em there , w, ere.. the physicians , who
attended the -Ute Emperor. -Afterwards
come-the holders of the Grand " Cordon
permuiea join me proueoBiuu,
-hi.. i . i j 4k - i
- wuituvwiu oe coociuucu - "t1" ?
nr and' naval guard of. honor and a
band -of PQlice 'guards.
573 Attendants. : .
-: The 'attendants in tne procession
will number 573, while the soldiers
afe expected to number 1500 or more,
while there are ' 78 torch-bearers,
the torches being made out of pine
tcees. Ia the famous forests in KIso, in
T'hose who were permitted inside
the 'enclosure at Aoyama are,' besides
the court and government Officials,
the mayors, chairman of municipal as
semblies, members of the Toyio Alder-
chiirmen f Ue assmblies in
jTokio, the president of the Tokio
I Chamber of Commerce, the principals
of -private Bchools of -middle or-higher
grade, the representatives -'frpm Ko-
rea, Formosa nd fKarafuto. members
of. the, diplomatic ccrps and the -cxra-
sular body, foreign holders of the Or-
der .-of Meritnd orders of higher
the privileges of Chokunin rank, uen-
tlemen -must appear in evening areas,
bearing a mourning badge, but ladies
were fallowed to wear ordinary dress
with a, mourning badge,
Coffin in Chapel.
The entrance to the enclosure at
Aoyama is guarded by a number of
soldiers. The imperial coffin was
four feet and again bowed, stepped
back as many steps and retired.
All Japanese business houses in the
city are closed today and will remain
so tomorrow and Sunday. The Con
sulate will also be closed today and
tomorrow. The Japanese churches
throughout the Territory will hold
memorial - services tonight which wrill
tte?.6d:b5r ihe .re?,n! wMf
or tne Miaaao. un tncpianiaiions an
Japanese laborers "wiirabstainir-from
work today and tomorrow, and the
managements of the various "Dlanta-1
all trans Dortathn facilities nossible to1
enable' them to attend the services.
aii i-ederai-courts ana mcea are,
closed, foday "and the flag ."over .the
all over the world and bears his auto-
Prominent 'among those -who called
at the' Japanese consulate uenerai ana
paia .ineir jspeciiAcioier Quarter.' anywhere In United States ..5v...
General Y. Mori and Eleve Consul Ku-
rU8hi were W. O. Smith, Isaac H. Har-
1 bottle, Ji H. 'Hakuole, Both, of whom
; were formerly students In the -Japan
ese : Peers School in iTokio, . Japan;
which the late Emperor Mutsuhito an-
i m . 4 . w.. i ii ri W J iil.
!i we i osonwna oyecie iu nutu
staff; VI. Komeya.-manager -oi ma
Honolulu jaoanse ttanK. ur. iKa. aiorii
Dr. I. iCatsuni, Dr. Mltamiira, Dr.TJyet
mura, Dr;' Uchida,tDr.Oshima, Revj
Motokawa, Dr. T, Katsunuma O. Ta
vKfliroWil Irdtvotioim S nAJ
L Editor Onodera of the Hawallan-Japj
anese Daily Chronicle;' K. Haga, Ki
Ito, H. Tsurushima, Kobayashi, .prot
nrietor of. the Kobayashi HoteL Ka
I'wfcsaki Rev. Y. Imamura 1 and 'othetf
.leadmgt Japanese t tionomiu.
placed 'at once : in the specially
constructed chapel. The Emperor, the
Empress and the Empress . Dowagerj
and other Imperial people were then
come .forth from their ;resting roomsH
Prinoe -TakatsuTusa,r'chief V irUuaUst;
minister and the'minlater of the house
hold made their devotions 'nextboth
representing their subordinates, fandj
then cariie the high officials,' hoblea
arid others. ,; Vv - -;:j,'cV ' x
' at'ls said -that the-heir apparent and
all ' the other 'imperial princes and
princesses ninder age' did ribt 5 Joiri the
funeral 'procession, but.v Will t ''merely
follow the coffin ! from 'the state ' cham
ber to the Nijubashl, whence they will
proceed to ATyyanarahead tJt"the cor
- -ployed -by the -Federal
; At a meetin -of the 'bdard of agri
culture arid forestry -tote Afternoon;
President' W. M. -Giffard -gave a mri
ten statement of facts f egardfrig "tK
taking over.' of the fruit fly control
work h v the Federal 'authorities.- Its
gist has -already beehpubttshed
(through previous latervlew with tMr.
Giffard In the Star-Bulletlri.'-'Banaifas
and pine may be exported pfbvided
taey - are Inspected and couna vtree
from nests. Other fruits now forbid
den may have the: embargo removed
if found to be froee from attack or
mtection. . Mr. Giffard saysr
; MIvam personally Informed by Mr. C.
L. Marlatt the assistant chief -of the
bureau of entomology and chairman of
the Federal horticultural board, ' that
he has recommended to the Secretary
of - Agriculture .that the Inspection f
bananas and pines' intended for export
to Pacific Cbast ports be placed in
charge of Dr. E. A. Back as soon as
the quarantine has been officially pro
mulgated." ; -;y":''' ;:;
t On or before'Septenlber, 15 .the !prct
mnlgatiori will be in effect, and after
that date the Hawaiian "and Callfor
nian officials will no longer, as Tsuch
participate In the inspection of fniit
exportatlons. "MrJ . Giffard, . however,
says he Is further iriformed by Mr.
Marlatt as chairman of ? tiie Federal
horticultural board, 'that he will rec
ommend to the Secretary of 'Agricul
ture the appbintment of the Terrftoh
V superintendent of entomology 'and
his assistants, as deputy quarantine
ninnt Insnwtftr tihdpr thA ileW 'law Ilf
--r .. . .
order that the duties olt Territorial
and Federal inspection of tmportea
nursery stock, fruits, etc., may be com
bined, thereby preventing duplication
and overlapping of government work."
From the Sound the Algoa is ex
pected to take at least '400,000 bushels
of wheat on her coming trip, the equi
valent of about four cargoes for the
average sailing vessel. Her cargo j
will be delivered at some port on the
Mediterranean, and she will'make the
passage via Suez Canal, stopping In
the Orient to replenish her bunkers.
It is declared that she can completei a
much quicker passage ' by following
this route than by going around Cape
Horn or. through the Straits of Ma
gellan. Many 1 a woman can be won with
brass who. cannot be bought with gold.
How civilized those Mongolian
troops are become doing their. own
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Coast Artillery. Practice Tester day at Schoficld Brrc:ks Sat
isfactory to theDepartment Commancir "ri. i to Hajcr
. Timberlake -7 Firing More a Test of :.t:;l:l Thnn Reg
ulation Target Practice Oahu's Defen:;3 Slrcrthcncd
-The ? 105th ? company - of Coast AK
tillery has taken Its turn at firing the
big siege guns and -howitzers, and on
the' whole," has Tdone itself proud."
Drag s Coast defense - soldier " away
from his rocky stronghold behind Dia-
mond Head, Joad him down with.
equipment march -him SO miles, and
then' turn Tilm loose T on 'Unfamiliar
cMnarice. larid'-he fat considerable
tilsadvahtage. i-Itt spite of all this, the
ririh'rirs of Cabt - Johnson's - combany
hnade gdod shbwlhs at the practice
yesterday -with tHe-Wnchi siege1 guns
pahd ttnc howrtzers and the point
bh the lhillirdes Against whldh the fire
f "sh6trJaha shell Vis directed, has
be'eh 3riirihty 'uncomfortable one for
f smyof 'the thebretlcal Jeriemy serving
Torsa ? locklrig customers rare the
Sig'sle grihs,ari(s'Elbrisside!of the
hdWifiera re buslnes-lll'e appearing
guris, shbrt caha r-chuhky,-' like the
Ruger mortars, but capable of being
Tala 'fisr'elther direct or indirect- fire.
They -hslve more ' "'-elevation ; than -a
riflebtrt'-iiot -v& Tnuch 'as a regular
mortar, and are effective up to about
6,0QflU)rarda tr I'mr-Arii. '! -i 1
Wirtt'Wriag '4ftti4t; .lif h
A'Jw'fth iVxb&nst'ot i xribathscf disuse
upbritSem, Igtlca 'guns and four
howifrars tire1 been-lyiss Idle'in the
grraseJa ''atA GcHcrisld '-Yesterday
they eT6'f Ired f6r thenrst time, and
the-ptectlce,was iaore a 'test of 4ina-ferial-Uhan
"a1 -target practice In-'the
acceptetetise of the wotd. The Idea
Was'td'?see hatf the' guns were good
fmr, arid also-'to train ithe-'Ccast Ar -
tillei'meh ln-handUIris -thein. Hits
wer of ' sdcondary impcr tliice', and
the 'shdwirigas ;ulte fcatlsfactery.'i
uTh'e-'ieSthf icoriipanyr'v broCoh- Ihto
action-bnly 'four slege "sfdns-'arid ' two
howttiers, 'leaving'- &' like number iof
the -159th company, under Lieutenant
Vaughan to ; ossembie .xand jfire next
J Cn a 'small khbll 'across the ravine
frorii r the Field 4 Artillery 'cantonment,
their-sinister muzsleB 'poihted to .'the
distant slopes, theuns' bf th: siege
battery made a- warlike'tih'owlng yes
terday. Half of "Schof ield Barracks
turned out t$ see the firing, a gen
eral invitation having been extended
to-all the; officers of the -post, and the
enlisted 'men, turning out in force to
see the fun, and : observe the "red
legged infantry -Jn action. - : ;
General Macomb Present . , ; -
'General Macomb; Who 'was- a Field
Artilleryraan bebre ae von his stir.
was on harid eariy; accompanied 'by
his aide, Lfeutenant Andrews, and by
Lieutenant "Cirmpahble. 'Major Tim
berlake, commanding the - Artillery
District' of Hawaii, motored 'out from
Fort -' Ruger to observe results, while
Major Cmfkshank,-and Captains -Ap-
pel and Hand of the First Field Ar-;
tillery were interested onlookers, ren -
" , Reliable, Harmless "Danderine" Get Results .
Thin, .brittle, ; colorless and scraggy
J hair; is mute evidence of a neglected
scalp; of i dandruff th'atrawful scurf.
There is nothing so destructive', 'to
the hair as dandruff.- It robs the hair
of its lustre, its strength and . its very
life; eventually producing h feverish
ness' and itching of the scalp, which
if not remedied causes the hair roots
to shrink, loosen and die then the
hair falls out fast
A ilttle Danderirie tonight now
anytime will surely save your hair.
. Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's
General Business Manager
Position 20) 13c PER 1NC!I
and subsequent issues pro rata.
cents ner line oer week.
...... MEBCHANT STREET
. . . 8.00
. . . . . . , ... . , 12.00
dering : considerable assistance ia
supplying transportation for te guns,
and otherwise glvins a friendly vfcxr.i
to the Coast Artillerymen.- - : .
TThese slese era s!r:!:ir'ta the
ones used by the Hu:zar3 durinz.tha
Japanese war," sa!J Gcn:ral Macomb,
who was attached to tha Ru:s!ah array
ha brie of the military cUcrvcrs cf ths
United 'States. "TLy ure c.r-ctive
pieces, and it Is pc:cit!5 to Co very
accrirate shootlrs with then. It should
be understood that tha Srlr tL!3 a:t
ernoon fa more a test-cf nutcrlal than
anything else.' Tha- hive c:n
fired before, -tut rot tsre, ar.d it Is
hecessary to 'itd wht scrt cf 'condi
tion they' are in." ; : - ...
"Just wharccnst:iu:i ait w3 cot
aecifisd; the Zrlzj t;:.-- directed tit a
grtupcf ' four snail tirkets, tnrc!y d!i
cernable to the naked eye, cf tha
size as a gun and llnter, at a rnrri tf
S700 yards. Tha to w:t:;n r.sro Urcd
at'a groupk'of.tTTo tzrc:t3
nearer. This - rar.3 Tria chra r'-y
tof the .slce -suns, -whlc!: era c'jhtoi
np to SSCD yards.' Tha zt'.'.i rhct-dr:
petl close round tts.tir::, tut t-a
shrapnel for the most F-rt turot ihort
Observers ea a till in 113 with tha
targets marked the even ari tt-zris,
and 'communicated with tha tziteryly
field telephone, wtlch wzs .ctrur just
prior to -the firing. The howitzer f.r
leg was quite accurate, one of the
shots dropping within 7 yards of the
target ' c V '.,
"These re some guns," said a-brly
Coast Artilleryman after the last' shot
had whistled toward tha hills oa its
errand of destruction. - 'TJut give n:8
the old mortars every tiros. Th:3 L -I-
ness of getting the Una with .a crow.
bar yanking aaic3t ths trail. aia t sci
entific. Then again. It doa't scaia nat
ural to see what you'fe Sriog at And
they don't make'extcush noi3e. Wfcy.1
conld stand right next to one of these
siege gun3 ana hot get my "ear drums
busted. It don't seem 'rlt " -
The 103th company will start its ion?
hike back to -Ruger tomorrow, 'ahd
Monday ;the 159th 'comjany-will hit
the grit for the two-day march. The
camp will be left standing, and the
Second company walk ' right Into the
tents of the first ' ' v;
: - ' o ' 1. '
-. Twenty-fife TpeK cent ras bchrs
quoted for 'reinsurance ia Lonica ca
the Glenroy 'at thebsinning of last
inonth, when 'news cf ter -strand 13
in the 'Straits of 'Asushiriia was re
ceived; The - value -"of the ship " was
Stated to be ?283,0Ca. t' rr : s j -tt
. , X2 -.' . "rt f n
Japawte-TaTce Over LateifPurchata.
1 The' British steahier IaravelU,
which has bees -'sold -to-Japanese.-arrived
at "Kobe from Khkohama on the
16th trit" The buyers are, the Mitsui
Bussan 'Kaisha, and the 'Sua -paid, for
the vessel is 'reported to-be $140,000.
The tndravelli is a steel steamer of
4828 tons gross, and was-built t Glas
gaw, In 1897. 4 : . . . , ,
Danderine from - any '' drug store - or "
toilet 'counter, and 'after the first ap
plication you will say It was the best
investriie'nt' you 'ever :made. iTour hair
Will friimediately take ,on that Tife,
lustre rand luxuriance which k Is so
beautiful It -will become t wavy , and
fluffy rind 'hatfe the 'appearance of
abundance; an incomparable gloss
and softness,-; bat what will please
you most will be after "Just a few
weeks 'use,- when: yon will actually
see a lot of fine, downr hair new
hair growing all over the scalp.'
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