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TWO -ryr i 4 WW: PlAFl ry 0 J 0t m lit urn - .. . jh liij.iij Id : :: r A S U I; E . -V a. a. 4 - 3 second largest shipment of bar " to leave tho faraoua . Sclby . :rs in one day In a trans-Pacific - i3 aboard the Toyo KIscn Kaisha : . : h!p Nippon Maru, and carried "-It to Shanghai and Hongkong i: o wealth, is to be turned over . rficntative of several large - ' corporations doing business 3 Far Kast - vcr bullion to' the value of JCGO, , rcrresented by 871. bars, occupies considerable part of the available ' ? la the Japanese liner's strong : and tpecie tanks. ve the Ehipment of silver, there found but little of Interest con 1 with the trim and yacht-like ::'s .vcyage from" San rrancisco . . . lcIuIu. . 1 rce cafc'n passengers decided to !n ovcr.'l i:.rr.!-u!u:;Ttis.will "t fifteen cabin, 10 second and tic steerage travelers to con- j:i:rr.ey to Japan, China and :i;;::;cs. ' . . u Leal Liedical c Ulcers con I with the Federal quarantine :n visited the Nippon early this :-g they found a total of but 54 crs. . - " ; t.e Nippon has no cargo for the . r tA will at this time require :hcr supplies of coal, the vessel i for a prompt dispatch. . The I i3 scheduled to tail for Japan at four o'clock. A few Asiatic e passengers may join - the 1 here: 3 Nippon "ani Is the first Eteam ' tl.e Toyo Kisen Kaisha to have led homeward via Manila di ir. stead of from Hongkong, end departure is of particular. In : ta parsengcrs and shippers in IHrrlncs, providing 6iy1Icient :t 13 forthcoming, the in term e rt earners cf this company," the . J'aru and the Hongkong Maru ; recced homeward1 via Manila -d of from Shanghai as hereto. res for. Northern Waters. Whaler Karluk, Explorer Ste-. . n's vessel, has arrived at Nome . Victoria with 12. scientists who accompany the expedition into Arctic, and a few hours later Ste n himself arrived on the steam Ictoria .from Seattle.' .The Karluk a plca&anr voyage, and was only day behind schedule. In arriving mc All meicbers of the expedi are in good health. ..-. i soon as Stefansson arrived he t aboard the Karluk and the vork w-ansferring supplies to the Alas , the Karluk's companion boat, was :n immediately. As the Alaskan tmaller and faster boat tthan the' :1c, she probably will ro -ahead cr whaler to Ilerschel island and t the arrival . of the expedition the last of the stores. From chel island the Alaskan will go .'ictorialand and the Karluk ,will north into Beaufort sea. - ' pulation BtatiEtlcs for France for 1 1 show that there has been -a t decrease In tho death' rate -and i ry slight increase in the birth rate 1 ;,ite of the fact that marriages never so numerous. The number divorces in France has also begun v'U. " ' i v '..' ,!;4- 3S sutj Aim r.iooN .1 i D. R B e.t: 61T 7.14 m. 9M 11 Sty i - 17 1.4 i e 2 6.47 , i 7.13 8.51 hn.m. T2 we u.4t " i wtn. 1.40iiX.42 . I 29 02 4X1 e 6.41 6.41 6.41 R e o a ? KlM .17 0.17 10.17 S 45! " 51 B.S5 . 1 1I10. 6.4010.47 6.40V1.19 6J3li.56 t cuartr of the moon 'July 23th: BE III CITY . An -echo fromMhe vislt.ff :lbe iig nrltlsli . battle-cruiser New-ZcaJkand waa wafted into central poice station last evening with the appearance of James McBryde, declared to have been a mess-boy with the vessel n its cruise from the. Colonies to' Honolulu, but who failed to iconacct ;with his Bhlp at the time the last ' cood.byes were spoken, prevloils to the depar. ture of the cruiser for British Colum bia. - f . McBryde is alleged a deserter from the British navy. As yet the consular representative of that government has taken no steps, to apprehend the man and he is at liberty, thouh his where abouts are well known to the police. L .Tiie former New Zealand seaman, is. raid by police ojScers.lo. have At tempted to secure a passage to the coast in the Matson Navigation steam er Honolulan. In thlsihe failed Lat er he. applied ;to wharf . oillclals con nected with the Oceanic line with a view of being given a": berth In the Sierra, to depart for San Francisco Saturday. - . ' McBryde ,was asked ; to tralghten out matters .with the federal Immigra. tica authorities,' which advice he neg lected or . declined to heed. . Yester day afternoon Harbor. OScer Carter was . told that a man answering to the description of McBryde , had . taken steps towards establishing his citizen ship. He is. tali. U. have wanted to take out first papers as an American. It is also claimed that McBryde i rep resented himself to cne.U.;S. oSlcial as a member of the stewards depart ment in the Canadian-Australasian lin er Makura. ' :-v ; ....... ; Less Menace to Navigation. . Logs jLii d Urn ber , alleged ,sls "Soating about San FTancisco hay is jdeclared to have. become a menace to navigation, according rto re port w h ich reach ed this city with tho arrival of . the Jap anese liner Nippon Maru 'this .morning.--Complaint-was received by coast launchmen and other navigators anent tho large number of logs floating about the bay and which are liable to cause Injury to craft colliding -with them. Ttcre Ic.ts .are 'those which' break away frcm lcg',rafts which -are towed about the bay and . from their lashings' 8 1 piers whare they are, being used as piling. The floating timbers are'.a menace to launchmen,'. particularly, and steps have ' been taken to - abate the nuisance unless there - is an Im mediate dearth of floating logs about the bay. ..... - Much Lumber Leaves Grays Harbor. June foreign lumber; shipments from Grays Harbor were far the best of any month so far in 1913,a total of 7,58 8, 035 feet and 'valued f at $100.628. ' ;In addition, fertilizer to the value' of $17,000 was "shipped foreign. The amount of lumber shipped foreign In June Is larger and the valuation great er than that of any June for Ihree, years. In 1911 June is accredited with a Ehipment of ab.out 6,000,00.0.. feet of lumber, the valuation of which was $70,C00.' In 1913 the outgoing ship-; ment of lumber suITercd from strikes. The' lumber shipped foreign . during June cf that year amounted to only 4,C00,tO0' feet, valued at $46,290.' ' : :' - . fci - ' Portland Proud of Marked Increase. Duties collected at , the .Portland (Ore.) custom bouse for .the - fiscal year endingJune SjO showed, an ln creaso of $27,37 over the fiscal year ending JuneSO, 191?. This Is due In part ; to ihe .fact that , two lines 'of steamers .are nowVmnning there regu larly from European and Oriental ports. r Duties collected during the fiscaj year ,just . ended .amounted1 to $ri7S,I70, .according to. figures ofsCap tain John D, Merriman; cashier or tho United States , customs, while; those for the preceding fiscal year amounted to $650,513. . ' . r-'"--;'' HEa"";' ': ::V; .-' : - ' Bark Allen In from Sound. V . The bark S. C. Allen, twenty-seven days from Puget Sound Is an arrival at .the port today the -vessel ibrlnglng 771,000 feet,- of lumber, consigned ito the local branch of. Allen & Robinson. The vessel met with fair leather on the voyage. Airs. Mather, accompan ied .Captain Mather, the well known navigator on tho trip to tho islands. : ;- ;- - No hope for the Casco v All hope ;of floating the steam schooner Casco, ashore, on .the-.south-era coast, .is said ;to have been Igiven up, The vessel has pounded heavily and the rocks have punctured the hull badly. ; - , 7. -r; ASISOFTRIAL of a a. Swatting4 an fditor caused the ap rwrnf Tone Kow. for years Wen iiified with the federal government as I "an" Interpreter, in the district court 1 this v morning, charged with assault ' and battery upon the, person of Ng Wing Sunivwho preswea. over me torial destinies liberty- News, a Jccal dally(printed in .Chinese. 7 ? tTong Kowtold hia sonr' in-English, lind jecited trpin cf wpes which Jed to an assault having been committed a wek ago -Thursday morning on Vineyard street ..The Liberty News is alleged to have published an article, greatly detrimen tal to the reputation of Tong Kow, and members of his. immediate family. jTho prosecution demanded ; to .he fchown a copy of the Liberty News containing" the 'allegations which will be brought Into court f The battle Is said,-byTpcctators, to hate been fast . and furious. . Much damage is reported to have been done to the person ct the. interpreter, while the, editor tfaietly adjusted his eye glas ses, put on his coat and went his way, prepared for future . fistic conquests. The case was continued. L - ,. . . . ..i : - . . . STA nBTJLLETIK i CITES TO 17 - - JTOnAT'S NEWS TOD AT . ; Ter T. K.-K...S. S. Nippon Maru, from' San l"Tanciscq, July 25.- For Honolulu H. M. Richards, Dr. . F. Freudenberg, ;Mrs. , iFreudenberg For Kobe F. J. BeiTS, C W. De Witt For Shahai Cho Tang, W. & Hilles. For Hogkong-rMrs. S. Ascunsion, J. B. r-erelson, -S.'-: Cotton, -.J. D. Hogg, 13. B.-, I ie s, Rev. - Father , Roman Julia, M ri II cNanney, J. R. Moodie, W'm. - L. Richard. ' - ' '- ; 7111.11 III (Continued from page one) niFLETEAClTfl LEAVE 4 A3 H. LOVC nnn iUiilUUiiUHIi nlAVA1 tn At th work 1I carr do no work with - San -Francisco points, however, as there are no stations r Per .tr, .daudine, sailing for La haina .and Kahului, July 23thr . J..L. Coke, C. C. James, Miss O. R. Homer, Mrs. ,A. R. Askur, Y. Takakuua, Mr. and .Mrs. ,-IL Lnomato, Y. Enomato, Master Enomato, , Miss A. Kamano, Mrs. Fraser, Mrs. A. H. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. M. Martinez, D. Kaeka, A. B. Lopez, Mrs. M. Tanaka, .Miss H. Ta uaka,.Mrs. J. G. Da Silva, Mrs. E. B. Anderson, Miss V. Stubbebien, - Miss G. rLiudsay, Mr. and Mrs. L. Lindsay, D. -KalanL ' . . ... '., Per str. Klnau, sailing for Kau il July 29. E., A. Back, R. G. Raadic Mrs. . JL. I. Booge, Misa Annet:j Boog. L. Arron.-vMiss 'C. iUnbenhauer, Mrs. F. jH. Webcr, C. Q. , Chiu...Mr. and Mrs. D. Lyons, Dr. and Mrs. J. . M. Whitney,, Mrs. W. AVeinrich, ,Matcr IV, Wclnrich, ' Master ; L .Weinricb, Mr.- and: Mrs. G. H. Mead, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Harding, Miss M. E. Cross, Mrs.-IL P. Thomas. ' . - ; ! . Per.stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hilo and way ports, July 26. Miss L. Rein hard t, L. .: A. ' Thurston, J. A. Carrol, Miss L. Stover, Miss'M; Epler, lis E. Carter, Mrs. Burke, II. S. Walker, A.: Loftus, Miss A. M. Farrell, Mrs. C. J. Austin,' Mrv and' Mrs. Geo.: R,; Carr, M r. and Mrs. F. O. Boyer, Miss M.; Smith, Miss F. M. Carter, Mrs. Geo. Akau. ;-- ' - ' Per str. Mauna Kea, sailing for Hilo and way ports July 30. Miss -Annie Maclntyre, .Miss J. Flanigen, pr. and Mrs. H.P. Nottage, A.HlIanebcrg. Blrs.' II. C. Lane and family, Mr. and Mrs. W ,J. MacNeU, Mr. and Mrs. O.L. Sanison.,v 1 i' ?...';;..'.'; ' ; Per stmr. Mikahala, for . Molokal ports, July v-Adrlan Dudoit .Misa Lucy .Dudoit Mrs. Lucy Dudoit, Mrs. Hattie. Fountain, Mrs.; Millie. Fonntain. : Per?, atr. ,Claudinc, sailing for La baina and.Kahulul July 28. Miss E J. Jones, Mrs. Wlllard, Bro. Lewis, Miss C. Rauivenhoist Miss E Currier. ' - Vilhjalmur Stefanson, the ejcplorer, expects . to leave .Nome this week on his 4hrea year trip Jnte the.fer.porth, won .$250,000. there adapted to it and, neither can he work with snips. The stagon . is now working with the parlous naval stations along the-Paclfic-.coast run ning -as far. north as Unalga,vAlaska: Marconi operators on board ships opt of San Francisco, who,, carry, apeclal receiving- apparatus, have now an then picked up signals from the1 local station. : ; ;;: ' ' - ' "Work is now being carried on at Seattle upon the - construction of a station " to k work with the station at Koko Jlcad during the night These stations, which have extremely small operating power compared with sta tions now in course of construction, wiJI be. Bsed.forbuIness communica tion between the engineers In charge of the local high-power . station here; and, similar stations being erected near San Francisco. : The local station will probably be completed - within six. months, at. which. time the prelim inary staff t of ,2 operators will start work at the Kahukn-and Koko Head stations." ' ..-'v. : ...,?.- '-K' -' , ilr. Slaughter leaves for the coast tomorrow in the .Sierra, and will go to San Francisco and New York, where he. will Jnspect the high-power sta tions in .those cities, especially . the one at - San . Francisco," which will work .with the ' station in Honolulu, and the station in New Jersey, which will soon bo in, operation for con stant . communication with; 1 similar Vtatlons irf, England.' The latter sta tion will be the longest distance yet achieved for both day and night wire less communication", , but will' be ex ceeded in distance by .the local Mar. coni station -at . ' Koko r" Head,; which plans to work exclusively .with Japan. Flan3 for.thls latter station are being rushed; with a . view to, have it 'com pleted shortly after, the? completion of the local station; which' will work with -an Francisco. ; " i.-4?. ' - While in New .York- Mr. Slaughter will ; talk, over ''questIotlS'wlth regard to. tho local Interest of the company, expecting to return to Honolulu with in a month. 'It. is expected that upon his return the bulk or tho construc tion material 'for " the local, stations will have arrived here,ahdkthe work of - completing the f: erection; of the masts and the bitildings' will be car ried forward rapidly,. ..Already moro than 15500 tons of material, have been takento the Jqko jiictdtatiopgsc and 'placed Vi .posltionand the con crete foundations, pf the, buildings are now Assuming shape under Jhe.dlrec tion of Jhe J. G, Whle engineering corporation of Ncvy.York. . Deepen Water Over ; the Bar. ; r That the governmentsurveys which are being made . - at Crays Harbor,; Wash., will ; show nineteen or twenty feet of water on the har at extreme low tide, is the statement made by. United States Engineer F. Lv Carpen ter of the government survey. . Cap tains entering the port who have tak en soundings -say there is all of the twenty feet of water, at extreme low tide, but the bar is changing and there is not a straight cut as formerly. Speaking .upon the subject, : Captain Jacobs said. ,v that ; fonner, Engineer Clapp's declaration in favor, of a high tide. Jetty should Jbe the plan adopted by the , government High-tide Jetties on either side of ;the harbor would keep the iwater confined, and clear the bar of lall ; accumulations which now bother mariners. ; s - Jjfiss' Daisy Jlarkham. . an English actress sued the . Marquis oL North hampton for breach of promise and Let' your .judgmenti'gulde jrou Consider your pocketbook; We solicit your transfers -from a. bundle to a carload. : , Nouanu.and Queen, Streets I., . .. - t , ' . .... : 11 u 1 i u TsTTT F-JTHT r z A TRAGEDY OF THE OCEAN 2 REELS; VESSELS TO AND -FROM THE ISLANDS . .Special Cable to UTerchaiiLi' '. V Exchange ii3r " V Friday, Jolv 25 '- . '. &VLINA CRUZ .Sailed, July 5 23, S. S. Virginian, for San Francisca. ' VANCOUVER Arrived, July .25, S. . S. Glenartney, hence July 15. Arrived, July. 23, H. Tt. S. Now ' Zealand, lleuce, July IS. . . S. S. Nippon Maru tails for Yoko hama at 4 p. ni. today. : ; ; ADDED ATTRACTION Only avthorized moving picture ever made cfOPE PIUS X in the VATICAN AT ROME. . :;i U ':. This film will .be especially interesting to the Catholic clergy, as the Pope is seen In his dally -walks through the beautiful Vatican gardens. ' ' ZUc .it The officers of tho 1st Infantry, Na tional Guard of Hawaii, gave a smoker at the Bungalow last night as a fare well to the rifle team that will repr sent the Hawaiian militia at the na tional shoot at Camp Perry Ohio, next mcnth- It was a glad-hand affair, and an enjoyable one from t start to fin lshr good music helping toward the success of the evening. . rThe team leaves here tomorrow on tho .Sierra, and is expected home about September 15 The Hawaiian guardsmen will reach Camp Perry about August S, and will work on the range until the 25th, when the pre liminary shooU take place. The national-match will be held on the 27th and 28th of August , Fnllowine " are the , officers of the team I and the principles and altera-. ates:. ur.icers. : . . , s li Colonel Arthur Coyne, 1st Infantry, team captain.' , i 5 Lieut Col. William R. Riley, 1st in- fantry, team coach. " ; Lieut Col.. John W. Short, Q. M. Genl. spotter and disbursing officer. f Captain Frederick L. Morong, Med. Dept surgeon. , 2 : " . 1 First Lieut Harry II. Morehead. lst infantrr. range officer, v Principals and Alternates. ' Captain M. M. Johnson, 1st infan-. try, Q. M. C. Captain Charles M. Coster, Company E, 1st infantry. ' . . ! . Captain Arthur W. Neely.lst infan-. try, commissary. V : ; j ! Captain Edward Hopkins, Company ; F, 1st infantry. ' 5 Captain Henry P. O'Suiliyan, Com pany A, 1st infnatry. First Lieut Luther A. K. Evans, Company F, 1st Infantry. yP. Q. M. Sergeant James K. Evans. ' First Sergeant John Stone, Company F, 1st iafanrty. - First Sergeant George W. Baker, Company. E 1st Infantry. ; v -Bn Sergt MaJ. D. K. Lemon, 1st infantry. (. ; -Sergeant'Thomas J. K. EvansTCom- pany A, 1st infantry. : Sergeant Manuel V. Souza, Company C, 1st infantry. v Sergeant Albert K. Lucas, Company F, 1st infantry. .' ,- . Corporal Aiau Alna, Company E, 1st infantry. ' ,: . Corporal Rerman . IC Holstcin, . Com pany A, 1st infantry., - A number of autolsts . who have teen apprehended through, the activi ty of Special Officers Chilton and Fer ry, will bo arraigned upon a variety Of charges in the police court tomor row morning. The defendants will be called upon to answer to tho LOTISVILUI Ky. Tho charge ranging from exceed ng the for rtD JiMjn:; the Allrt S. speed . limit, to lauuro 10 praiu wi isfact.ory numbers on sidellshta of their cars. ::' ' Vv of cjf.T'et inn th speed limit, and ala Utedltss or: furious driving when h rclvrue'i I rem the aviation niet at lc!rihm rome weeks njo. Lor-.l wai given the . hene.Tt of a doubt and r iranod. Attorney F?ank Thump: a. who defended lord. and Prooei'ution Attorney Chililnworth had several vr rlial and highly , illufciinating tilt3 dur'.r; the hearing. Ed. Ijoru today was found not guilty cinirx t fcrhoo! at Twrr.ty-f i:.th a:: 1 Dat9 ntrerti was given to the Gorsc II. Rcirmel Company at ?0D.Oii by thQ board xf. education In special scrslon recently.- - , -, . -,. - .-.-' .r O Til 1 - - - You've just got to have a do;:.', to keep Calif cue CooIdc5, cL disappear;: ' -: 1 . . . . 4 I It may Le strange, hut 'tis tnie O.lifanc Cookies have a get-a-way all their ovn, and the only way to account for it is that grora-ups must connive with Iilj to help them escape. Bilt then, Calif ene Cookies aro zo healthful, so good for tummies that a hig supply is only added joy. VGct !a Califcnc coo!; Lcoli anil Icam llio cc COtORS SALUTED BY. HAND; HATS STAY , ON NOW. It s u xt tt . No cjore hats off to the cblora' tt tt : by officers and men of the army, tt tt According to a new regulation, H tt .received at department .... head- tt U ;: quarters today, the right ;hand tt salute has been substituted for it tt - uncovering - when the - national tt standard goes by.V , ; .f f rS tt While Honolulu was drawing J? tt comparisons between tho British U and American forms of showing tt respect to the colors, as shown tt at the recent Schofleld Barracks review, in favor of the former U the new order was on its ' way tt here. - Ifc Is generally conceded tt that bringing the . hand to the tt visor and holding it there while U the colors pass, is a much more military proceeding than doffing tt the head dress, and the new or- M tt "der find3 favor Jn army- circles. ' tt tt .' There is another change in tt tt the saluting regulations, which tt tt" affects the entire army. The tt tt jeffhand salute has been abol- tt tt shed, , and instead of saluting '"tt tt with tho hand farthest from the tt tt . officer saluted, tho right hand tt tt only is raised, the perStm aalut-fc? U.Jng turning the eyes toward the it tt person saluted. t , . , . tt tt . .Another - regulation Is : out , in ' tt U regard to the playing of the na- tt tt tional anthem.: Now, f when It tt ",The ; Star-Spanglcd, Banner" is .tt t :played, any officer orvenli3ted tt tt f man in uniform must stand dur- tt tt lag the , entire rendition of. the tt tt piece, saluting with the hand at tt it its conclusion. .. 1 . tt tt tt tt tt tt it tt tt tttt tttttt ttttti t T72STERN MEAT' COimiiTI SAN FKAIiCISCO: I T 3 don't make the man but cer tainly help him over the rough spqts r enable yon to meet let ter people help you to find a; "better job - more pay. ; " DOXTfcandlcap-yourself; by making your old clothes do. By using nr.. IougtImepaymcnt plan yon ran dresn as well as the next fellow and hare money left over for other things. Let ns show yon. what we tan do for yon at $-0 to $30 In a Scfaloss-Baltimore nit THE 1153-1111 Fort Street Honolulu Largest Ext laslre C'lothlug .Store, JDpen eTen!nig3 till 8 :00. ri 7 ) ORIGINATORS .OF CHAIN DRIVE V lhor Motorcycles In thefr unparalielcd nuccess and superiority are the result of an organization of mechanical exptrta which has taken many years to bring together and perfect. , The aim of the AURORA AUTOMATIC MACHINCRY COMPANY is only to manufacture the BEST and summing up tho Tacts in con nection with . ' ' - '; Ongindity in design Originality in manufacturing process Accuracy of tirirkmariship explains the rc'markahle rise of the THOR .products throughout the entire world. . ' : - ; AURORA AUTO MAT iC MACHINERY COMPANY A shipment has just errived and is on dispfay at our salisrooms. The bh Co., Limited. Agents 4 ECl eiuick "