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- HONOLULU. BTAR-BDLLETIN, FRIDAY, .MAY 23, 1013.
PRETTYRACE Well - Known Windjammers Hasten to Honolulu With Lumber Shipments. The supremacy of a barkentlne or schooner rigged vessel is again to l threshed out, , with tlm, expoc fed ar rival of the well known hnrkenlin" N'ewsboy and,, the familiar schooner Fred J. Wood. ,v V These windjammers- are now re ported to have sailed from Grays Har bor 19 days -jjso,, eac h heavily laden with lumber and other, linos of build ing material. ' : ' A pretty rare from .'the- north Pa- ill nSneiftn V? llr,!! " " , ,3 ITf n r f ,T have recently reached this port by tue several trairs-Paelhc steamers. The Newsboy Is no BtrariRer to the rapid ' mv j "-'T?'.! jr'B, "". ""planning to establish a coaling sta- hn. ,V8,,ni:"iShPd ,1fVr" "on at Hilo, in which even the pteam- fcelf in taking p the lo)lK voyage fn.m ors of ,he South American-Oriental the Sound to the Islands. ; i flpet win g0 direct to that town, only me jewsiMiy is saui win unns rar go consigned to tho City .Mill Com . pany." . , ; ; ' . The trim sihoonor Frei'J Vrod Is equally a fast sailor pu of late has been a more or less frequ'-mt visitor to Hilo and Hawaii ports. ??i - Ship Burnt: Six of Crew Perish. ' VANCOUVER. B. C, 1 M ay 9. Hemmed In by flames, which started from some unknown cause, six mem Vers of the crew of the steamer Ophir, which sailed from Vancouver last night and tied up at the Brunswick cannery. Canoe Pass, near Ladner, In the Eraser river, were burned to death In a fire which Is still ablaze and twill destroy the vessel. Tho catastrophe occurred at 3:30 this morning. There were eleven men in the crew, many. of them only being fclgned on In Vancouver last night for tlje trip to the cannery hvith a cargo of tlnolate. ' . - The vessel arrived too' late for un loading and the crew retired, after having tied the vessel to the cannery wharf. ' The Ophir is a :wooden steamer or 200 tons deadweight capacity and is owned by the Uncoln Steamship Com pany, of which Captain I. Rogers is' agent In Vancouver. She was cm ployed in carrying freight to points on the Fraser river. '"' ...... v " : '. -.: Seeker UMder Wireless Operators, As a result of the wireless strike along the Pacific coast affecting all of the steamers in the. Pacific zone of ship wireless, it is .rumored the' Com bined shipping interests are preparing to demand JLhal Jio operators be placed on their vessels unless they have reached the age of 21 years. Several days ago the Pacific Mail Company decided in future all .cura tors employed on their, steamers must be 21 years old. This ""is expected to create more satisfactory, service on the Pacific Mail ships: and within a few days it is ftxpcfeJ 'that most of the ship owners will ,fpUow tlw ex ample of the Wvftid Mali. ' :fTbetfchip onerisiylhe cjtiploy' ment of mere boys .as. operators is ?. menace to their property and. ijt case of accident, the lives of the passen gers and crews may re endangered. It is claimed JLU(-, be employment or many voting operators since t3ie in augural lop of the wireless strike haj resulted In an -unsatisfactory service. Grace Liners Make Their Bow. . The next of the new .Grace liners to come to the. coast Will be th" Sunta Clara. hich is exiiected to get away from New York in July. ' The Santa Cruz will be here again next Septem ber. While on the Sound the latter vessel loaded her lumbo. cargo, tak ing shipments of general freight and most of her passengers at San Fran cisco. . ' '.: f ' WELLINC.TON. N. Zealand, May 10. The Pritish mail steamer IndraLa rah, which sailed from Irf)ndon Febru-( ary 12th for Auckland, was wrecked today on the Manajata coast.' No de tails have been received here. The steamer Indrabarah is a 730."-ton steel TsseI. She was built iii 1910 and owned by the India' line. TO AND FROM ALL Best Equipment In the city for BAG GAGE Furniture Union - Pacific Transfer Co., Tel. 1S75 Opposite Lewers & T. tt. K. VESSEL TO HAKE TRIP TO HILI) For the first "time in the history of the company, a Maru steamer will rail at Hilo. This announcement was made today. It was stated that when the. Huyo Mam. one of the steamers; in the South . American-Oriental freight fleet, arrives here July. 1, it will proceed to Hilo, to discharge and receive freight, perhaps returning here later to coal. Consul-General Eitake will make the trip from this city to Hilo on the 1 i m 1 r A 1 Z a. T official to cover the distance on- a of his country. .'He will remain h a.number of days to look Into ,A r.., - calling here; when, their cargo de mands. -. .. :'.' ' - .'- ' J ' New Line to Tahiti. The Compagnie Navale de l'Oceanic, a French shipping concern, proposes to put a steamer in service between this port and Papeete, in the French island possession in the South seas, according to inquiries which have been made here through North Win ship, American consul at Tahiti. The need of a more frequent service be tween the Golden Gate and Papeete has been felt since the Oceanic com pany withdrew the. liner Mariposa from the run.' Although; the"' Union line steamer calls at Tahiti; en route to 'Australia and return It is! apparent that more tonnage is necessary on the run. 'According to the plans of the French company, t whic,h : has asked Consul- Winship for. data concerning tfie inducements offered . in this city for such a line, nine trips a year will be made The concern has a?ke,d the consul t for . information concerning the cha rges that would ha ve to be paid here by a 2500-ton steamer, including.! wharfage, pilotage, wage3 of steve dores and other expenses. San Fran cisco Chronicle. Coast Shipyards Are Busy. The various shipbuilding concerns J Hack feld and Company have been about San Francisco bay are enjoying - notified that twenty additional pas a boom. Ship construction and re-; sengers can be accommodated at Ho pairing of old vessels has made It nolulu. - Eleven hundred tons of necessary to increase the number of cargo from oriental ports are to be men employed until, . without excep- j discharged during the stay of the ves- ticn, the volume of smoke and thejsel at this port clanking of hammers is equal to the condition which existed years ago be fore shipbuilding took a slump. , The Union Iron Works has numer ous vessels under construction and a greater number being overhauled. The same condition is noticeable at the Alameda yards. The feature of ship yard activity is to te ' seen at the smaller plants where la specialty of small craft construction is made. It is estimated that , more launches ana oiner. sman crau wui oe ixn structed here during 1913 than for the tu-o nast nrecedinir vears. . In addition to th launches a great number of Pa Allen Gets Awjit for the Coast. barges . and lighters are under con-J Completely repaired, and placed in struction or contemplated. first class condition, following a dis- jrj . - astrous fire,-the bark S. C. Allen was : ,1 - . i dispatched for Puget Sound ports ye,s- Wirsless Men Make Fine Showing. jterday afternoon The vessel has been Some excellent wireless work wad at the port since March 16th, when, accomplished on the outward trip by 'shortly after arriving with lumber to II. E. Williams and W. E..Gathorne, jAJlen & Robuisoji, a" fire destroyed the operators on the Oceanic: liner , the after part of the ship. Vcntunr.:' While thevessel was at I "' T ' Fsa Pago-Pago they succeeded in getting Left Hilo for the Coast, a message to the coast by relaying it The American schooner J. H. Bruce through the Pacific 5 Mail steamer has been discharged of a full cargo Korea, which was 2280 miles away. 'of lumber and was dispatched yester This is the first time the arrival of a day from Hilo for Fort Bragg, taking steamer at. Pago-Pago has been re ported by wireless. Hawaii was on the list. Turing the month of April 47 vessels loaded at the mills in the lower Co lumbia river district and their com bined cargoes amounted to 3I.129.S63 . feet of lumber. Five of these vessels, carrying 4,768,863 feet of lumber, went to foreign ports. ' In addition to the lumber shipments there were 76.0S9 feet of piling, 161,000 shingles. 20.S29 railway ties and 27.S5S bundles of I shooks sent from this port in the cargo trade last month. LINES OF TRAVEL this Line of .Work. Ltd., 174 S. King SL Coc ke Movmg OLD WHALER SEEKS MATES Member of Crew of Ganges in the Fifties Trying to Lo cate Comrades. In the stirring days of a half century ago when Honolulu harbor was filled to capacity with vessels belonging to the south seas whaling fleet, the ship Ganges was then a famous figure at all ports of rendezvous where seafar ing men congregated. George Wooley, a retired whaleman, who in the fifties was a member of the crew of the ship Ganges, which sprang a leak off, the Australian coast and was abandoned there, has written to Postmaster Frank C. Barrows of Brooklyn, N. Y., to ask if any of his shipmates are living. Mr. Wooley s letter is as follows: ; ''- Bellevue, Michigan, April II, 1913. Mr. Postmaster: I have been trying to get in touch wita some of the. crew of the old ship Ganges, that sailed from Nantucket in the early fifties oh a whaling voyage, the last voyage she ever made. I was one of the crew of that ship. John B. Nicholson was commander and Henry C Ray second mate. Our ship sprang a leak, and we had to put into Sydney, Australia, where she was condemned as unseaworthy. We all separated there, and I have never heard from any of the crew since, ex cept the commander, who, I was in: formed, was still living in New Bed ford about 20 years ago. But as he was an old man then, I suppose he has passed away 'ere this. I am an old man now, hut there were many young er than myself among the crew, and if you would kindly hand this to some old resident, who followed the sea in those days, I might get some inform ation. Yours truly, (Signed) GEORGE WOOLEY. Captain Nicholson,, who was a na tive of Nantucket, . died In this city on Nov. 14, 1911, at the age of 90 years. '.'"" ' A -' :." --''' . Siberia May Sail for Coast Tuesday.. The 'announcement is-, ; now madeH that the Pacific Mail liner Siberia will be dispatched for San Francisco on or about ten o'clock Tuesday morning. This vessel is now enroute from China and Japan . ports with a large list of through passengers. H. Union Line Secures More Tonnage. ; The sale of the new Weir liner Gif ford to the Union Steamship r Com pany of New Zealand for $283,000 is reported. . The GiiTord is to be re named the Waltcma, and it is not un likely that she will be seen on the coast in the near future. The Gifford was built at Newcastle-on-Tyne in inn'.'hv .--the Knrthnmberland Shin- tuilding Company, and is a freighter of the most modern type. ballast only. The schooner reached the Hawaii port on May 10, and' brought some very heavy timber as' well as building material. Oil Due From the Coast. A shipment or oil ror the branch of the Associated Oil local Corn- l)an' is expected to arrive here in the American ship Falls of Clyde, which vessel, according to recent cables, is reported to have sailed from Gaviota yesterday, . "'. -; Coal from Australia. According to dispatches received ; here today the British steamship Hor nelen is reported to have sailed from Newcastle, X. S. W.. on May 9th. with coal destined for discharge at Hono lulu and island ports. P1SSE GERS ARRI TED Per str. Kilaua. for Kona and Kau j ports, June 10 M r. and M rs. W. Mul ler. Miss. M. Muller. Miss F. Muller, I Mrs. G. F. Campbell, Miss M Camp , bell. j Per str. Mauua Kea. for Hilo via j way ports. May 24 V. Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Smith. J. D. Kennedy, R: M. Lindsay. J. G. White, Rev. W.-.S. Short. Sam Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. F. i'.arnett. .Mrs. James Crozier and in fant, A. D: Short, Rev. and Mrs. Bod el and three children." Miss CaldwclL Miss Agnes Jane Simpson and Wil liam Burnett were married at the, reb.1 dence of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Lillif.'l Mnnoa. yesterday -afternoon'.- Rev; A. A. J Kbersale performing the ceremony. VESSELS TO AND FROM THE ISLANDS Srclal Cable to XrrrkaaU 'Friday, May 23. HILO Sailed. May 2LV bciuner J. It. ' Bruce, for Fort Bragg. NEWCASTLE--Sailed. .May L. S. "llornelen, for Port Allen. " Aerograms. S. S. SIBERIA Arrives from Yoko .'' hama Monday, 10 a. m., with ll..o tons cargo and room for 2t passen gers; proceeds to San h 'rancisco Tuesday at 10 a. ra. .-; Hilo Sailed. May 22, sch. J. II. Bruce for Fort Bragg. - Newcastle Sailed. May 9. S. S. Hornelen for Port Allen. Aerograms. ;-':; :'-''v;- S. S. Siberia Arrives from Yoko hama Monday, 10 a. m., with 1150 tons of cargo and room for 20 1 passen gers; proceeds to ?an Francisco Tuesday at 10 a. m. Gaviota Sailed, May 22, ship Falls or Clyde for 'Honolulu. Port Gamble Sailed, May 23, sch. Robert lowers for Honolulu. San Francisco Arrived, May 23, 10 a. m, S. S. Enterprise from Hilo May 14, ' '., ".-' LOCAL AND GENERAL F. M. Swanzv has filed a petition In circuit court asking that he be ap nointed euardian of the estate in Ha waii of Julie Grinbaum, an insane person now in a sanitarium at San Francisco. The Mercantile Trust Company Is her guardian. Pronouncement of sentence on Wasati Taruya, who pleaded guilty May 12 to assault and battery with a weanon has been continued by Circuit Judge Robinson to Saturday, May 31. Because or illness m his family Tar uya was unable to appear in court. Ah On and See On. Chinese, con victed in the district court of selling ooium last January and who appealed from the verdict of the lower court, entered nleas of guilty before Circuit Judge Robinson this morning. Sen tence was ' suspended for thirteen months. Follnwlne the failure of the defend ant to appear in court Circuit Judge H. E. CooDer this morning entered Judgment bv default In the sum of f 1097.95 against H. Makuto, in the suit brought against him on account by T, H. Dayies & Co. The account was for goods purchased of the firm by Makuto. ;'.J';';- '. ':.- ' ; The Hawaiian Trust Company, which has been named as executor of the estate of Alice M., Hastings, de ceased, has filed an inventory in cir cuit court showing that . the entire estate, which is inherited solely by Ifae Hastings, a minor, is worth ap proximately 116,557. The will was probated May 19. , fha.. .Honolulu Planing Mill Com pany was awarded the contract for the extensions to be made upon tne Queen's Hospital Wednesday after noon. The improvements consist of a hew dining room and a two-story j structure for the home of nurses. Four, companies submitted bids, the Honolulu Planing Mill Company being the lowest, its figures for the work being $9486. It was announced to day that,,work will begin at once. A lecture by the famous Hindu teacher "and ' physician. Rev. II. Dharampala, who arrived here the first of the week, will be given this evening at the Buddhist school. The lecture will be in English. Monday evening he will lecture at the Asahi' theater particularly for the Japanese. Dharampala will remain in Honolulu two weeks. He is on his return from the mainland, where he gave many lectures' on 'the! religion of Buddah to Japan and India. Finding that his friend was unable to' come to his assistance with special legal counsel. Domingo Rodrigues, one of the four Filipinos indicted for the murder of the young Chinese grocer and his - wife at Kahauiki, reappeared in circuit court this morning and asked that an attorney be appointed to defend him. Judge Robinson named Attorney George Davis, Rod rigues, like his three companions, was then given until 8:30 o'clock next Monday; morning. to1 enter plea. Failing to obtain tne quorum re quired by law the federal grand jury was Unable to reconvene this morning at 10 o'clock, as announced, and those who appeared were excused until 1:30 o'clock this afternoon. Of the 23 mem- Make the House Look and the Housework Use woolen rugs or "Crcx" grass rugs on those floors and sec how much better the home will be (and how much easier the housework will be!) ' You combine beauty and utility when you add rugs to the rooms they seem, cozier and more cheerful with such floor coverings. (For some rooms, Linoleum, be preferable on account of ".1 WlyMot use your credit as other do? You men, working for wages, you younj . men in 'offices on salaries,' if you are ready for that new suit of clothes, you can get it for a few dollars cash and the balance at your convenience. And furthermore, you will get as good clothes on credit as you can buy for cash. ! You will ; get them as cheaply as you can for cash. And you can get as good service - with your credit as you get with your cash. This is a new kind of credit store. Try it now. We guar antee everything we sell. Sat isfaction or your money back. We feature SCHLOSS-BALTI-MORE CLOTHES You know what that means. THE MODEL Fort Street next to the Church. Open Evenings. . (Continued. tfrom page -one) ment's land adjoining them. This weakness In the statute was remedied ty the last legislature, and the private owners there can now be forced to make the same fills as those on the territorial properties; otherwise the territory is empowered to make them, the costbecoming a lien on the land. The first step now will be to pre pare a survey of the metes and bounds of the district to be filled. Then this district will be condemned, the superintendent of public works notified, and he will prepare plans and specifications, working with the grade commissioners of Hawaii coun ty. . The owners will then be notified to make the fills . within a certain time. ' " : , , , V ; At the conference . this . morning were First Assistant Attorney Gen eral A. G. Smith, Superintendent J. W. Caldwell, of the public works de partment; Dr. J. S. B. Pratt and Prof. A. R. Keller, of the board of health, and Auditor Fisher. -.. , . bers all save 13 had"T)eett 'exefdsed for the term.' This necessitated the draw ing of 10 more names by Jury Com missioner R. H. Trent this afternoon. The jury cannot sit with less than 16 members present - - ; A letter received yesterday by Alex ander Hume Ford, editor of the Mid Pacific Magazine, from Percy Hunter, who is now In Great Britain, Is to the effect that the Australian publicity roan and writer Jntends establishing in London a tourist bureau which will feature the Hawaiian islands as an at tractive winter resort. ' Hunter sug gests that literature and photographs be forwarded him as soon as he has the matter well in hand, and Mr. Ford will take the matter up with the, pro motion committee. . At the request of his counsel, Frank V. Hustace's $3000 . damage suit against Angus P. "McDonald, for inju ries sustained by I lustace last sum mer from McDonald's automobile, was continued this morning by Circuit Judge H. E. Cooper until the Septem ber term of court. . McDonald, well known here for many; years as a con tractor and -builder, suddenly: disap peared last fall. leaving a large num ber of creditors. So far as known he has not been heard from since his un announced departure. v ':'.. Two well known windjammers a re said to be engaged In a pretty race from the north Pacific coast to the Hawaiian islands. The barkentine Xevsl)oy and schooner Fred J. Wood sire reported to have sailed from 'Grays Harbor on the same day. " ' in plain or inlaid patterns, may lasting and sanitary qualities.) STEPS MEN TO RECLAIM LANDS Better Easier See the good things in Floor Cover ings at Hackfeld's. crrr NEW TODAY XO. 260 -TERRITORY OF HAWAII. LND COURT, Territory of Hawaii to E. H. WOLTER. JOHN WALKER. ANGUS P. McDON ALD. MANUEL S. PERRY. S. KIM URA CO.. LTD.. E. FAXON BISHOP. W O. SMITH. A. W. CARTER. A. t JUDD. JR.. and SAMUEL M. DAMON, Trustees un der the will and of the Estate of Bernice P. Bishop, deceased : TOKIZERO OGAWA, TERRITORY OP HAWAII by Waue Warren Thayer, Attorney General and Josh ua D. Tucker. Commissioner of IMblic Iands, CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU by Joseph J. Fern, Mayor and President of the Board of Supervisors; and to AIL whom it may concern: WHEREAS, a petition has been presented to said Court by Lincoln Loy McCandless, to register and con firm his title in the following-de: scribed land: Beginning at- an iron spike in the side walk at the South corner of this lot. the co-ordinates of said spike be ing 203 feet South, and 354.45 Tect West, from a Government.'; Surrey Street Monume.pt which Is, on thq' In tersection of a 12 feet offset in the street from the Southwest line ' of Beretania Street running Northwest erly, and a 10 feet offset in the street from the Northwest line of Nunanu Street; runnlnff Southwest erly, by true azimuths: 1. 147 38' 215.70 feet, at 0.65 feet from the initial point, passing over the North corner of Nuuanu and Paftahi Streets, and thence along the Northeast line of Pau- ahl Street to a point marked by an iron bolt; thence 2. 214 15' 36.7 feet, along L. C. A. 3375 B, thence ' 3. 228 55' 37.5 feet, along L. C. AJ 8001; .thence 4. 151 45' 17.0 feet, along same; thence 5. 147 56' 4.95 feet, to South line of Smith street, along same; thence 6. 237 52' . 5.84 feet, along said , line of Smith Street to a point 70 feet distant from the South : corner of Pauahi and Smith ' Streets; thence 7. 326 25' 56.99 feet, along. L. C. A. 783; thence 8. 225" 45' 28.00 feet, along same, -: thence . ; 9. 319 25' 55.60 feet, thence 10. 318 37' 98.59 feet, along same and Land Patent Grant. P.W.' D. ' No. 18 trr premises described1" in - Petition No. 145, In the Court 'of ! Ind Regfslration ; thence ' ' ' 11 52" 10' 52.70 feet, along same and Li. C. A. 585 to the West corner of said Award; thence 12. 328 39' 51.05 feet, along L. C. A. - 585, at 50 feet from the point of j . commencement passing . over the Northwest line of Nuuanu Street to an iron spike' in the sidewalk; 13. 59" 00" 76.50 feet, along ' said street to the initial point, con- ' taining an area of 24,103 square , feet exclusive of lot B lying with in the limits of Nuuanu Street, area 65 square feet, total area 24.170 square feet YOU ARE HEREBY cited to ap pear at the Land Court to be held at the City and County of Honolulu on the 20th day of June, A. D. 1913, at two 6cIock in the afternoon, to show cause, if any you have, why the prayef of said petition should not be granted. And unless you appear at said Court at the time, and place, aforesaid your default - will hct " re corded, and the said peti yon will be taken as confessed, and you . tfill be forever barred from 'contesting 'said petition or any decree entered there on. Witness the Honorable W. t. Whit ney, Judge of said Court,, this 22nd day of May, in the year ' nineteen hundred and thirteen. Attest with seal of said Court: (Seal) JOHN MARCALLINO, . t Registrar. 5554 May 23, 20, June 6, 13 NO. 263 TERRITORY OF HAWAII. ' LAND COURT. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, to JOHN F. CO LB URN; Y EE TAP; LUM YIP KEE; TERRI TORY OF HAWAII, by Wade War ren Thayer, Attorney General; and - Joshua D. .Tuckerl Commissioner roi Public Lands; CITY AND COUN TY OF HONOLULU.'by Joseph J. . Fern, Mayor and . President of the Board of Supervisors; and to ALL whom it may concern: WHEREAS, a petition has been presented to said Court by Francis M. Swanzy, to register and confirm hi3 title in the following-described land : Being iKrtions of Grant 373 to Mc Tavish. Grant 369 to B. F. Snowr and Grant 33 to II. Rhodes. Rpretania Avenue and Kinau Street. Kulaoka hua Plains, IJonolulu, Kona. Oahu. Beginning at an ' iron bolt in the concrete base of fence at the West Corner of this piece of property on the mauka present new line of Bere tania Avenue,; tn is bolt bears by true azimuth 2S73 -30' 23" 310.46 feet from rhe Government Street Monument at the East corner of Beretania Avenue mid A'ictoria Street on an offset of 2) feet from the mauka line of Bere tania Avenue and 10 feet from the Southeast line of Victoria Street. The aovq bolt is also 300 feet from the East corner of Beretania Ave nue and Victoria Street and running by true azimuths: ; : 1. 201 12' 290.0 feet; along Grant I to J. M. Byran arid Grant 37; tn C. E. Stewart along fence to n 2" galvanized iron pipe set in concrete on the mnkai line of Kinau Street: 2. 2!tT 12' 2S3.0 feet, alonsr makai line of Kinau Street at 20 feet r transfer co. JAS. H. LOVE 4 passing orrr an iron bolt set la . concrete to" a fevce; X ' 21' .45-' 2HA0 Uct, along' remain Inf: portionj of Grant 369 to R, F. Snow and Grant 373 to II. RhoIes, along fence to Beretania Avenue thcnc 4. HIT: 12 2S5.0 Teet. along present new llne of Beretania Arcnue. at S feet passing ovt r an iron bolt set in enncrrte to initial point Area 82070 square fceL" You are Hereby cited to appear at the lnd Court to be heM at the City and County of Honolulu on the 20th day of June. A. D. 1513. at two o'clock in the afternoon, to show cause if any you have, why the prayer of f t petition should not be granted, f I unless 'you appear at said Court at the time and place aforesaid your de fault will' be recorded, and the said petition will be taken aa confessed, and you will be forever barrwl from contesting said petition or any de cree entered thereon. Witness the Honorable William L. Whitney, Judge of said Court, this 22d day of May In the year nineteen hundred and thirteen. Attest with seal of said Court: (Seal) ; JOHN MARCALLINO. v ' f Registrar. r554-7May.23, 30, June'6, 13. t rt eTs u ry department,"of fi cn OF THE SUPERVISING ARCl TECT. Washington. D. C, May 9. 13 SEALED' PR0l0SAL3 will be ceived In this office until 3 o'cl. p. m. on the 20th day of June, 19L;. and then opened, for the construction t complete' of Iatrlno buildings.. sewnri purification tanks. and . connect ' pining'fat quatantl,ne .iI'm,' Hoi lulp; Itawait i aecordantewlth the specification and th& drawing. ' Draw ing and specification may be obtained from the custodian of the station at Honolulu, Hawaii, or at this office, at the discretion of the Supervising Architect ' O. WENDEROTH. Super vising Architect. 5554 May 23. 242627, 28; 29. . ' Police Court licks In the pathway of a- rapidly des cending .block of ice weighing three hundred pounds, W. P. Bowers, met with serious injuries- yesterday after noon that required medical treatment at Queen's Hospital Bowers was at the Oahu Ice plant when he came in contact with the cascading ice which was being sent through a long chu. to the. lower floor of the building. The man suffered . a broken an J lacerated leg.' " Other bruise of a more or less mln of nature will serve to detain the patient under the care of his physician for some time. - Madly charging, down Nuuanu street, a runaway horse attached to a delivery wagon belonging to W. C. Peacock '& 'Company was brought t a sudden hait late yesterday ' aft noph, through the valiant efforts of Captain Kahanamoku of central polios- station. ' No accidents followed 'n tf Ing wake .of the runaway, accordli police report Two little maids, from Japan, all in tears, found their way to central police station last evening, bearing a sad tale of alleged perfidy of what they presumed had been a friend. Morris Cohen, an' enlisted man with one of the military' organizations was arraigned this morning upon a charge of entering the premises of the Jap anese women, and abstracting a rin: Cohen demanded a preliminary her Ilig: before JJdstrict Magistrate Mon sarrat. He will be committed to the circuit court for; ' trial. The police allege that Cjheri was found con cealed in a neighboring house, but when brought before the Japanese, iie was positively! identified aa .the man, seen rumaginj? through drawers and chests In a bedroom. WANTED Bright 'white boy. Good chance for advancement, start with $3.00 pr week. Call at Liebman's Basaah 13S.T to 89 Emma ttreet 5554-lt A first class machinist. Apply Thomas Pineapple Co., KalihI. r,.",4 tf FOR RENT Nicely furnish! room for one or ttrqr gentlemen. Apply 9 Tregloan Plac, ' 55S4-2t Cottage on 9 th avenue, JKaimuki. ' 'Ring up 1643. . ' " 5534-3t FURNISHED ROOMS , Helen's Court Nicely furnished rooms Centrally located. Electric lights and bath with all conveniences. Reasonable" rates. Opp Y. M. C. A. 5534-lw RED STAMPS Honolulu . (!ash Coupon Exchange. Everything free for red stamps. Ask ycur dealer for red stamps. Nuuanu nr. Beretania St. 5324 6m BED MAKERS ) O Fujii. ...'Wire spring beds, sofas 4 ?r. 17 Koa furniture. Made to order, Nuuanu cr Kukui street. 5554- TAILOR Grote & Crimer. Up-to-date styles. Mad to order. Cleanel and repair ed. 1131 Union nr Hotel. 5334-ly