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Wares twenty teet high that taught
up steel rails and tossed them on the
shore as though they were HtUe more
than driftwood, and tore rocks five
feet ; thick from their cemented beds
In the -plerV base tossing' them up
onto the shore -with - the same wild
abandon, played hatoc with the Mahu
kona pier on the west shore of Maui
; last week.
. It was Just abbut-thit same time
that the narbbr commissioners voted
V an additional expecditure of funds to
- strengthen the. wharf, and now it is
. k understood still - further appropriation
must be made, to rebuild thfe end of
the pier; which the sea tore away dur
fn the stbrnt. '"" "H '
M "James Morse, wharf foreman re
' ttrraed today with a report of tbdam
age fldne1 by- the storm, which1 will be
presented ; to ' the commission at its
meeting tdmorrow; Tke board had Just
. .toted enough, money to Wy . a coflfcrete
ri60r ' over the' pler base, but Morse.
-r Bays .even this floor would) not have
r saTei: the- wharf frbtt damage had it
i been laid before the tempest came. 1
- -The commissioners; were.1 unable 'to
have this, wharf . completely finished
t the present trm because- thef is
-not sufflclrtt moneyon" hand for that
ttrpose.' ? All that can be done, imtll
' Jufthfer funds are to behad for fiew
; wharves; is to draw from the, mainte
nance and k repair '.fund , from); time to
. time as the- partially: fiolshed pier is
: damaged by the waves.
Jory Takes to Aerial' hUvltfstton.
.s . i - From the " placid " deck ot 'a trins
v pacific liner to the tinceruin destinies
'"; ' of an Airship, is declared by no ieSs
frreproachahle nd trustworthy source
, of1 information thta" CJhltf Steward
. T Farrell. ttre- transition' bf Obfef Offl
J cef J W. Jory, the, genial Hatson Nav
' if ation" steamship 'man; who failed; to
, -'line xip'fdr the roll call on. board Uhe
"Wilder this morning.- J 5 ' " r:-h:-t
- jatf ' ft - tow : navigating - an t aaro
planfr between the bay cities Insisted
v Farrell, brushing away an imagtoan
? tear 'over the fate of his old ahlpmate.
; v : "You : Lave i heard of the-- new. aerial
post that "has . been" established" be
" vttev the Pahtce, Oakland and Del
.' ; Mohto Hotels, haven't you??V" :
- ;.'Wetl, 'Jory.' whd tears an enviable
'' ' f cputatlon as a skillful navigation, was
-v finally prevailed upon, to try - his luck
' and being in the Welterweight class,
f he has been induced to 'stay with the
.I'"-ame 1 :-?)l
;Mueh-:Sucsr AWalts fihlpminL.' V'.
v According to report brought to this
city ; by Purser Jones in the Inter-Isl-'-
' and steamer Manns Kea the following
; '. coislgnments of sugar awali shipment
. -.on' Hawaii:" ' OI4a 22.505 AValakea
SOO. Hawaii MHIOOf, HllO "Sugar
U Company If .OOOf. Onomea 5400, Pepee-
leb 2700T, Hohomu lCQtr," UaupAhbehoe
, 2250. Kalwiki 550 Hamakna Mill '4200,
- Honokaa 400, KukuihStlft 3200, ' Puna-vy-
lua S500 f j: :C5f-j;
-.'l LOCAL. . AND 'GEKERAL
fr kivcj in 'circuif iuage: Robinson's
f cturt this morning returned, a verdict
- of not guilty In the case against .Ha
suss and sixteen others, who appealed
' frcm the verdict- of the district court,
" m hienvfound them !gilty. of the charge
" or being present at a ganibliag..game.
'-; vUng Yet and .seven othersbarged
with being prtsent-'at a ambag
: ' gomei withdrew their apiel fruni the
circuit; court today.v . ; , : y- .
James . Morse, ; barf foreman for
pvblic. works 'dtpartment; leaves to
"i morrow: for lio to inspect the sup
v ' piiea to be used on the new whaxL
R. R. Cralk, Inspector In the public
Vcrks -: department "of. the territory
- lit leave tomorrow to examine the
. naterfals and work" on the 'new La
tainaluha schodl, the $25,000 edifice in
- course of construction' on MauL
1 ' - i -r- .'' ' '
; It -is Expected that Uhe v Oceanic
. t steamship Sierra; which sailed from
" San .Francisco today 'will bring down
large- list of passengers.
' .The Canadian-Australasian liner Ma-
kura Is to be dispatched for Vancouver
V and Vfctoftac at eight o'clock thfs even
t ing. . About thirty passengers Vwill Join
' the "ressel at this port. ' , -
'' The American-Hawaiian . freighter
' Alaskan enrouto from Sallna Cruz to
'""-'-V Honolulu" by the way of Pacific coast
' . ports Is reported t6 have sailed from
. f San. Diego for Stn 'Francisco on Sun
; ; ' day. - -7
I The Amertcitn schooner Annie John
; ton from Mahukona was reported to
' have arrived nt San Francisco today
- according to fables received at the
' joca"! branch cf the Merchants' Ex
HAVE YOUR BAGGAGE HANDLED BY RELIABLE BAGGAGE-MEN
"w f -. i .. 3
One or more seafaring men; believ
ed to have been recruited from the
ecst coast of the United States, are
declared to have been- numbered
among the list of fotty-8t cabin ptft
BetiKers who filed dowii 'the' gangway
u' the Hackfeld wharfs follbwlnr the,
st rival of ; the r Matsotr Navigation
pteamer Hdholalan' front Siii Pran-
At the last moment prio? to1 tfie
hauling away bl the ' ltoer from "her
San Francisco1" wharf, . several belated,
passengers deniSnaed ad nilttince to
the ship1 tJnce bit board they? gate
their names to ' the 6fflcrirr an'tj-fp.tar
clased trknsportStloTi tdthe IslihCfs
Accoraing td- itotie that sotra. g4lft
ed currency bnboafaeMatSbh
steamer ohtf or hlbre bf Ul6 tfMvelfers
posses masters ahd plWls pSpfe'hd
are believed1 will sootier 6rlaterrta1te
positions In the costihi!6rvlcfe ' ;
One- passenger wha hdm'ttCe; jLhat
for gome fatrs h had been Identified
with iopflfartnir lif e :ll6nK tffe Atlantic;
finalry sUted that he was-CoirifngV to j
the Hawaiian, nianas o w-
let with the TJnlted State annytrahs-
port . service. As transport omciais
pro ait eneaeed at 'the Ban Francisco
J terminal the declaration waSTreceived
wltn tne provexoiai grain m. w-
Wlth. the' -arrival or the ' Matson
steamer .this morning jcbmes thb re
ptfrt that the Stewart Hotel, San Fran
cisco was' the rendevbos for -6, delega
tion bt men4 bo were: painfully) sil
ent concerning the business thtt wat
erpected J tov take' theih to Hdnotultt
wilhinl a fewweeks. Tk statement
was freely made that1 between thirty
arid forty, maritime men were gather-
Honolulu, to take up.eniplbyment?
.The Honolulatftailed-ffom the 6oast
port "with plenty, of- passenger accon
modation.to spare. The vessel could
h've$ brought between twelve and fif
teenaidd1aorial; passengers had ;they
appllecl: for transportation -teethe: is
lands. . f-rf!'f ?'-:.':
Fine weather Y was the rule for
the greater part of the voyage. Chief
Officer J. . W.- Jorey Is no longer with
the ' Honohilan his place having been
ftkeh by Chief Officer Hctuihns. fonn
crly with the Matson freighter; Hydet.
They do say that Jorey may return
here at a latter idate as office
other Matson vesseL ;?
The Honolulan v brought down five
head of cattle of the pedigreed variety
and to" the order of ; local, importers.
Five automobile were landed.;
Mail Troin the mainland numbering
V. sacks f eceived prompt dispatch by
the local post office .omcrals.
Three thousand tons miscellaneous
cargo are to be discharged at Honolulu
before the vessel proceeds to KahuluL
It b expected that the Honolulan will
get awav for the ' Maui port on ot
albut Thursday evening:
Among the passengers are several
wbd will tranship to c the 2anafi1an
Atretralitian liner 1 Marama, for Aus
tralia. : ; ;;: Tt "c- ;' : ' . ' ' ""' ." : , '
CONSERVE HERjt AGE
Five daughters And Jour, sons of the
late Mrs. Kahaina-ttose 'of Hikijhave
Jolhed "In executing. a itrnst deed to
the First Trust .Company tof Hilo, for
a term of five .years,- of , two pieces of
property in HUd, including; th f Rose
homestead on Churchstreet for the
purpose of taking care 'of it and , pay
ing off a mortgage. In, the preamble
it is stated, that Mrs.- Rose died in
testate without leaving , any persona!
property but being seized of .certain
real estate, and ' owing some . debts,
and that the children were anxious to
retain the real property and prevent
its being sold under foreclosure of
mortgage. The home place contains
2-lOths of an acre and the other piece
llMOOOthse of an acre. A; yearly
accounting by the trustees Is required,
and at the end of the trust period
the property is to be reconveyed to
the present grantors. The children
are Mrs. Louise Weight of Papaikott,
Mrs. Anna W. K. Anderson, of San
Francisco, Otto Rose and Mrs. Pauline
D. Ruttmann of Hilo, MrS. Mary
Lindsey of Waimea; Heinrlch M. P.
and Bdwin M. K. Rose of Honolulu,
Carl P. Rose of Maui and Airs. Emma
Estes of Sacramento.
The American-Hawaiian freighter
Virginian is reported to have sailed
from Seattle for Honolulu on Sunday,
the vessel carrying In transit' a large
amount of cargo transhipped at Salina
Cruz from the east coast of the United
i ran Bier
A typhoon encountered shortly after
leaving Yokohama, Japan, made
things interesting for the officers as
well as passengers in. the big " Pa
clfic Mail liner Mongolia, , then ' en
route ta Honolulu aid- San Frttncisob.
Luckily the vessel passed some dis
tance to the rear storm center, ana
ilttle or nb serious" damage was 'ddne.
Brihgtrig1. 17 cabfh; Sectmd'' daii
4422 Asiatic steerage 1 passenger
for ' the 'Hawaiian Islands, the - Mbn-!
gdifii berthed at Alakea'Srf by
filne8V:lock? this 6rn&gi h"s-:
hta! nif rchandlse arid ihr lbadldg' of
severer ntmarea tons;oai win serve
tof4rvthfe wiHlnr trf'tffeTreSSel tin HI
ls4r mult' i2itU nl..Aliv --iiit.
zm m l m x i in ii riMiiiH r m - m m iiiii
ecel&l IT Finpo'taboretW.ha them
fSmOtei-bf , the Mongolia C Sxt-
Japanese picture onaes werff -nnnv
bered among those who : traveled '-In
th-third class for Honoidiu.
Ontft at tho lnrcpat shlnfnantta tt
freight frdin the Far East carried in
a single, bottom by thevway tit Ho
nolulu in mahV months ia en route to
6ari Francisco in the Mongolia; : the
vessel carrying in transit '10J3S tons
cargo for the mainland; k "
Through- passengers' Include 30
cabin, ' 25 second, class and 138
Capuiii Emory Rice reports very
bad weather for the first" four to five
(Says but from Yokohama. The rf
znainder el the voyige was' pleasant
Death visited the linef ' wifle stemm
ing between Japan and Shanghai, G.
H. Stewart, a prominent Lol An
geles capitalist, passing .awai ; very
suddenly, his death being caused
Jhrough: heart failure. 'Mi, Stewart's
remains were embalmed and will be
taken on to the . coast. He wis ac
companied by Mrs. Stewart md they
were completing a tour of the world.
j i y-.'r '. y. . ; . V SSi 5 'V
(Continued troznpaget L) ? i
of this body In anyt controversy that
may: be taking place' between the
Inter-Island: Steam; Navigation Com
pany, Ltd and their employes in
other. departments; and nse ctoly such
references that may ; be based on
statements over the signature Of the
responsible officers of the assocla
C B. COTTRELL, President -Judge
Humphreys- and. Attorney
Aahford, the attorneys for the harbor
likewise protested their Ignorance of
the plans . of the engineers. -
"I don'it- know what the engineers
are going to' dd;"'Said the "Judge, "but
I do know what Mr.; Kennedy is - try-
us. c ubtb - verj. imi imormauon
or aR his moves, and were not at all
surprised this rndrnlng-WHen we were
ipformed by one of the captaiha 'that
the President 'of the sf nter-Ishuid is
trying to make individual agreements
with different captains belonging to
the harbor. He wants to break down
th' organization, but I can assure hhn
that, every ' man with; whom he- has
spbken- has come right to usr-with 1
full report of the cbnversatlonr
"Another jthing Captain Cland, a
well known and veteran skipper 6f the
Katt coast came here this morning on
the- Honolulan: Others are expected
wi,thh-a short time, They'win ohe
and 'all come here as v the results of
the efforts of Mr. Kennedy while oh
the mainland: We know a lot abotft
the moves of Mr. Kehftedy while' away,
kror far more than we have printed
In a formal statement for the ; pub
lic this morning Captain Tullett again
referred to the story of the- dismissal
o' two rnembers of 'the Masters ahd
Pilots association some years ago, folj
lowing' their attack upon the company
in a meeting of the harbor. The Cap
"I can not make it too strong that It
I? not the intenton.of the harbor to
compell the cbinpaay tb do anything.
We are employees and expect only the
right of falthfnf employees, but we do
insist upon-fair treatment. The resolu
tion adopted at the time "Mr. Kennedy
fired Mr. Leslie and wax. sued by that
gentleman for $50,000, was taken to
V ashington an submitted to the head
htrbor of our association and there
ai proved. This would tndlcate v
the demands made then were not oot
rjj:eou8. In substance and principle
the demands we are making now are
Continuing the captain spoke of the
question of boat's crews.
"The say they can not get the same
work out of us they used to. Of course
not Ther have adopted a system
which makes it impossible for us to
get together a crew of competent
men. The company sends us to tea
with riff-raff, pickings, Japanese and
Porto Ricans. who do not even under
stand English. It is murder to send
sreb men out in a boat on' some of
the landings we have tdV make, and
our failure to do so atirr the larndlns
A typhoon encountered shortly after I i i i i I -I - I t ' ) ' NJ I
leaving Yokohama, Japan, made U f S A i .;.-( J , s I
BTAR - BULLETIJf, TUESDAY,
somehow c&ntio&brLkfcEfc PGnGrohL--Give them 'c7yt. YiJ
KtS.GAKES PJjYf,iOUGriNUTSj RiAYONNAISE
W ES TE R
TIDES -SUN AND MOON
its tad && in
Last rjarte f the moh; Jan; 22th.
'VESSELS TO AND
FROM ;THE ISLANDS'
Special Cable to Kerelamts
' . vvr ' "Exchange '-
SAN.FRANCXSCO Arrived, Jan. 28,
' 8chr.' Annie Johnson, from Maha-I
i Sailed, Jan, 28, 2 p. m., S. S. Sier
ra, for Honolulu.
UMPQUA RIVER Arrived, Jan. 27,
schr. Caroline, hence Jan. 9.
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived, Jan.
28," a S.-Tenyo Maru, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA. Sailed, Jan. 25, S. S.
Nippon Maru, for Honolulu.
3. S. MANCHURIA Arrives from
San Francisco Wednesday morning
with 144 cabin passengers and 286
bags mall for Honolulu.
S. S. MONGOLIA sails for San Fran
cisco Wednesday, 9 a. m.
S. S. MAKURA sails for Victoria, 8
i m. today. ,
men and the plantation men to wrath.
"Notlong ago I made a landing in
fairly good weather. There was no
one1 on board I could trust with the
boat except the boatswain, the donkey
itan and one of the quartermasters.
They were not boatmen, but they
were the best I had. I sent them in
and they wrecked the boat and lost
the cargo. As there was no one else
I had to megaphone in to them to go
overland to another port, more than
twenty, miles away, where I picked
them up later.
"Another instance of the same
thing. I sent a boat in shore some
tln.e ago, loaded with machinery. The
crew wrecked the boat and Io'
nitchlnery. Sucn a state of affairs is
a nfenace to the lives of the traveling
pivMlc. and the company refuses to
net although every captain in the ser
V!ce has at one time or another call
ed attentibn to it."
San Francisco Honolulan, M. X. S.
S.. a. m.
Hongkong via Japan ports Mongo
lia: P. M. S. S.. a. m.
Sydney via Anckland and Suva Ma- -
kura. C.-A. S. S.. a.m.
Hilo via way ports Manna Kea. j
It's queer what funny things pome
men can see when they are blind
JAN. 2$, 1013.
will iriike yoiir xri6nds wonder how oii
gef : tliajbr.nicev rick dsavoirjr crust ttey
'. :-.S-.. li ,- i .
cnnofvhake-r-Bfi PGnnrotafcLGive them
UNITED STATEppVERNMENT INSPIXTTED. 1
,NaM iEA)t GO MP A
san franciscoy u. s, jl
j "xjsttally-a" man's - sense of humor
goes lame wheh ,th?Jolce lsta him." :
It sometimes" happens that when a
man arrives hdm at"2 a. m. and his
wife carhrhands him to go straight up
stairs tb bed she is asking the impbs-
I - .
A-strong- girt tc io light: hanse -work
x and take care" of baby. Address "M,"
, this prnce.-. r ; v: : ;-: 5455-3L
Young "Filipino of good education,
wants position in office; wages no
object v: Will work on trial for rea
sonable time and demand no wages
pending his acceptance. References.
Address "B. G. D.,w this office.
. 5455-1 w. , :..
Savings Bank Books Nos. 531 and 645.
Please return to Bank of Hawaii;
Ltd. . , , 5455-3L
FOR RE, NT.
Six-room house, 9th Avenue. Kaimukl;
modern improvements. Inquire 3420
Walalae Road. 5449-tf.
A very desirable lot in Pasadena, Cal
ifornia, with fine bearing naval or
ange trees. Only one block fr'ora
high school. Apply J. O. Lutted, Ha
waiian Hotel. 5445-1 m.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Beautiful residence of ten rooms, bath,
garage, stables, servants' quarters,
all modern improvements, conserva
tory. Pensacola St., nr. Lunalilo. A
Eight cottages, dining hall, fine
grounds, all improvements and fur
nished, now clearing $4,000 per year.
A fine investment a chance in a
House and lot 75x137, Park Ave.,
nr. 15th. All modern improvements;
five rooms ,In house, completely fur
nished, beautiful upright piano goes
with furniture. Chickens and good
sized yard. End of Kaimuki car
line. A snap, all for 52,550.
Fine corner lot, 100x150, beautiful
view, worth 800; will sell for cash
at a bargain; cor. of 12th ave; $500.
Lot cor. 15th ave.. 75x150; only $975!
Lot cor. 19th ave, 75x150, bargain $875.
Lot cor. 10th ave., 75x150, cheap at
Lot cor. 9th ave., 75x1 50,-snap for $1000
Lot cor 10th ave., 75x150, sacrifice?
Eight lots on Waialae Road. cor. 3d.
ave., cars will run by within a few
months, sewer, water, gas, etc.,
beautiful panoramic view; easy
Waialae Heights; a beautirul home
completely furnished, splendidly
kept grounds, 100x150, palm, "oanana
and pear trees. End or car line.
Now rents for $35 per month. A
: Spalding & Co.. Kaimuki, Tel. 4266.
. A second steamer will not. be charts
ered to bring immigrants to Hawaii
from Portugal and Spain until the re
salts of the s charter of the Willesdeii
hare further developed. If the Wllles
deh does not fill up promptly with peo
ple it is not likely that another steam
er will be engaged until the. demand
for passage becomes more brisk,; ?
There was a meeting- of the Board
of Immigration yesterday afternoon
e if I
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h i in V
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IT JUST ra
The. "Peer" of :All Eeague Balls
v , - I '
Is made in strict accordance ;with the requirements and specifics
tions of (The National and American Leagues and is official for use In
any game played under the National Agreement Rules. ; ;
THE FIRST AND ONLY EIGHTEEN INNING GUARANTEED BALtl
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Loans, Discounts and over
Furniture and fixtures , 1.726.241
Cash on hand and In banks.. 7.570.S3 j
Other assets 6,430.70 j
I. M. Komeya. manager of the Japanese Bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best cf my knowledge and belief.
Subscribed and sworn to before mc this 21st day of January, 1913. i
J Notary Public, First Judiciary District.
4 j 5419 Jan. 21. 2. Feb. 4.
"gsnUil.l - -
to cousldf r the offer of another steam -cfs
jlt wasdeclded td defer action In- ...
volvlng any expense in the mm
UI the board saw whether the Willes.'
t!en already chartered, to leave next
r ohth, would be filled. ;
-1 No , other, business wa transacted.
There was a full attendance of mem- .
Lcrs-for the first time-in-many months
President ' E. H. Wodehouse In the
chair, Richard Ivers, L.- Waldroii.
J." J. Carden arid A;. I C. Atkinson. '
Dr. Victor S, Clark, commissioner of
immigration,' labor end statistics, aal '.
Ii.-,A. Kearns, . secretary, were also -present
1 .i U . . ,
Feed man honeyed words and he
is almost-sure td get stuck cp.
No man's, credit is-so bad that he
cant borrow trouble. ' ' :
Li ; .La U H-r"
DECEMBER 31, 1912:
Capital and surplus
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