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IIOKOLULU STIt-BULLET, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1913. . v,; i ores of lit i fORoon Hfteen hundred tons of flour and - are ri'.ed high on, Richards street :f, t be property : of the X United rs army quartermaster depart' ..t and destined for shipment to i Francisco in tho transport Tho , now nearing the port from. Ma . by' the way of Nagasaki, Japan, duo here late tomorrow, evening at an early Ijour Thursday morn- .'1th many gangs of men set to : k in stowing away this' vast unt of provisions, the Thomas : rrobably be obliged to remain at ulu , for , at leas twenty-four re are at least two thousand cf rice in the consignment that : be returned to the coast. Much .V turply has been arriving here n tv.e past three months in com . XI liners. ' . " . ; ? Thorn as is to be given between tzi tlx hundred tons .of coal T tie ttay at the port. ? army transport Is understood - trir sing, nearly five hundred of i and enlisted men .for the sev I :.Tud posts. The vessel was late liing away from Manila, the sail-4 ! avicg been deferred until July ices received hore'indlcate that '. Lor-cs is well Tilled with cabin, 1 class and troop passengers. r.X.nce list received' at the local ; rmastcr ' department notes t the :-t officers and others: ' . Honolulu Lieutenant- Colonel XT' Kcnoher. Captain Arthur ?cls. Captain William P. Ennls, : r.ants P. D. Glassford, Harold E. -, I A. Heard. W. F. Wlnton, Jos O. Psly. William IJ. Dodds, 2 S. Cay,' Ivfris Jones,' cf the : I artillery, and . Major Dwlght '.a and Captains Charles ' M. .r and Samuel Frankenberger of r.rr.e command, with 373 er.listed rf th regiment. - . :n Iranc'sco JTaJor Julius Kll r, ..rtcrnaster corps; Captain I a. Fv crhard, medical corps; Cap. ,Vi..:;a' LX Ayros, ' PhCIrrlae -; CrrtaJn Harry "B. Jordan,. Ord IX ; artmcnt;' Captain ' Carnucl 1 x Lcffre, medical corps,, and :::c-.ts Jose P. Brown and Ed II. Had; ley, Philippine Scouts; :li P. Lord, 7th cavalry i Clar ::. EHefson, 7th cavalry; Robert i: .s, 7th Infantry;' Eugene Rey , cf:t artillery corps; Frederic' Tcr.gue and Waldo C. Potter, lsl ' artillery. d transport carries, twenty-two . thirteen general prisoners, a .r cf casuals and men for dls- cr.'s Troubles Nearing End. i the time the Pacific. Mail liner i tailed from Mani'c by the 'y ':-cV.rr.i? tud Japai iiocts, ibj t . tcamcr, - Nippon, which s rro -went arlicre on Scarbaro : in Ihe BouUiera Philippines, had . trought to Olongapo, for dock ca the tig Dewey, and the in , cf salt age was la a fair way of r. clory settlement. , ' , : i :i cfT.cer In the China stated this : ir.g that no more copra remaln--. tre vessel her hold having been 1 of all cargo and . Balyage ent' A marine surveyor from ..d had arrived on the scene and -!es of conferences were being . to better determine the adjust t of salvage. There is some talk the vessel being purchased by .rican Interests. . ) o Maru Heard From. wireless spark from the Japanese r Thinyo Mam from Sau Francisco ;:cnoIulu; .and the coastof Asia, ved last night indicates that the el will reach the island at an :y hour, Friday morning. The ves is expected will be dispatched for a ports and Hongkong at .five ia the evening of that date.. ... ... pj - - . rrcr Sheldon In the Inter-Island .iucr Mauna Loa from Kona and i ports , reported the following su- awaiting shipment on windward wail: Punaluu jS47, Honuapo 2600, .aiau 10S5, Paauhau 15,000, Paauilo Ilcnokaa 700, Kukulhaele 1000. TLe Matadn" Navigation steamer Hi--ian, with a full shipment of sugar i reported to have sailed from Hilo r San rrancisco-direct yesterday ' rning. '. .'''' p.BliDppi, I U l Li 1HU ! llffilii VESSELS TO AfJD FROM THE ISLANDS Epcclal Cable to Kcrehint' . XxthaoircT 4 Tuesday, August. 19. ictoria, Arrived. August 19, S. S. -ara, hence August 12. J.'-y - ckohama Sailed, August -churia,vfor Honolulu. f. (eroffram,' . : -r c t rr -rhnmna docks railway -rf Wednesday. 7m. from Ma. Follow lug a five days' visit to the different wharves and landings on the Big Island, the 'members of the-harbor, commission returned this morn ing well satisfied with their trip and its results. All are agreed that the new wharf at Hilo is the superior of anything in the territory and ' bne which , Is well worth 'while ftp ,keep in irind as sn example In future experi ments in wharf manufacture. - They report that the firm of Lord & Young will have finished its part of the con tract on this wharf by this morning rnd 4hat all that now remains is the erection of the overhead sheds' which will complete Ibis mammoth structure. This wharf extends to a distance bf 7 400 feet into the ocean and will ac commodate the largest ships that arc liable to visit" these' islands' in many ears, when the government has con cluded Its part of the contract, which calls for the .removal cf. several 'hars w hich mljlgate. agafnst the usefulness of the harbor at the present time. In cidentally,' this '' harbor, .'when com pleted, will bo about throe times as large as the harbor of Honolulu. . . At Kcau Hou the commlssion'found ro present need of repair work, al though 1500 has been appropriated to be expended at that pofnt.' At Napo bpbo tie new ?12.000 wharf was found to bd- in good condition,' with-the ex ception of a little woYk which' the contractors will be notified to attend to. and, In case prompt attention is not pajd to the noticethe workrwil! be completed and charged to the cqu tractors by the commissioners. ' , At Ilookeua, in the South Koh a "dis trict, conditions were lound to be ex cellent, but slight repair work oeing necessary. At nonoapa slight repairs were found to he necessary ' and these will have the mmedlae attention of the board. . ' . -v. Those making the ' trip included Mcr?rs..'. Caldwell; McCatthy, Mc SLbcLer and, Engineer Parke, . The.lat ter has been .requested lo' furiiish the board data covering the ambunt of work. handled at the, .different .points' along the ,waterfrca of .tie Big "Island in order that the, figures may he used In, the allotment of funds for repair and abw wcri:. i HHo Shipping.' ; ' Deep sea. shipping Is arrlrlng at Hilo according to late report brought to. this city this 'morning' with " the arrival of Purser Phillips In the Ma una Kea,' The schooner Okahagan fa believed to have heen sighted off the harbor, though the name was at first mistaken for the 'Yucatan. ; The latter vessel, however, is. now on : the coast havlng.touched at 'southern, Callfof nla port on Aug. 11. The Matson Na vigation steamer Enterprise arrived at Hilo late Sunday evening with a full cargo of mainland merchandise.. The Hilonian was dispatched 'for the 'coast yesterday morning taking a fulV ship ment of sugar, pines and other pro ducts. The schooner Spokane was be ing discharged of lumber at the rail way wharf. ; v;- : fci -v.' : , 7 Kona Ulner Brlhjs Varied pargo,. '-. A large and varied cargo of Hawaii products reached this port this morn ing with the arrival of the steamer Mauna Loa. The vessel brought many cabin passengere. The freight list In cluded consignments of plants,, 3 horsos, pigs, eggs, 24 head cattle, S 4 crates chickens, 48 bunches bananas, 6 bales hides, 328 sacks-coffee, 6400 sacks sugar and 320 packages sun dries. The Mauna. Loa is scheduled to sail for Kona and Kan ports at noon Friday. -: ' - .,. ' ; y-'Z Hundreds Book by the Shinyo Mara.: , i Two hundred Asiatic passengers are expected to join the Toyo Klsen Kai sha liner Shlnyb Maru at Honolulu for the coast of Asia, judging from the advance bookings-on file at the ohlce of Castle and Cooke. Taking passage in the steerage is one of the largest delegations "of Japanese,' Chi nese and Filipinos s to leave the isl ands in many, months.', A ;,wireless received today states, that the Shinyo from Saa Francisco will arrive at the port early Friday morning The ves sel is reported., to have a total of 435 passengers in the several classes on board. It is expected that the liner will be. dispatched for Japan and China ports at five o'clock Fri day afternoon. . " : . - - ' - ... ' - fa. : x: Sugar Leaving Big Island. ' " . Sugar is being shipped from the Big Island in" large quantities Judging from the marked reduction in the stock on hand as reported by 'Purser Phillips with the arrival of Ihe lnter Island steamer Mauna ' Kea today.' The following consignments are noted: '"' ; Olaa 1200, Walakea 5500, Hilo Su gar Co. ,8495, Onomea S810, Hakalau 18443, Laupahoehoe 2650, Kalwiki 2421, Kukaiau 2717,' ? Kamakua Mill 4100, Paauhau 15,000, Honokaa 700, Kukuihaele 1000, Punaluu 2847, Honu apo 2600 4sacks. , - - jxx;;;;; .." ''"' -.'''' r'. ' ..' '. Xv 'X "With 600 tons Australian coal, the British freighter Mannlngtry.is due to arrive at the port today or tomorroV. from Richards The vessel hails from Newcastle. N. tf fnr an Francisco Thursdays. W. The fuel is consigned to the ' lnter-Tsl.inrt m - m m . i VUULU, LtAVt A bold attempt to desert the Japan ese 1 iner Hongkong Maru by ' Low Chfng, a mess boy In 'company with Chinese woman dressed as a male w'as frustrated through the watchful ness of a customs guard while that .vessel ' lay "at" San r -anclscbl' 'r ' fTheHongkong.: Maru arrived, at Hh nblulu ' late yesterday afternoon; and was moored ;at Ulchards' strefct wharf during the' fe,w htfttrs stay 'aV the' port' for 'the purpose of landing" '450 sacks of 'taainjahd xtnail' and' Ukin'ori of oeveral' hundred tons of coal.' Tlj' 'Ja panese vessel was well:' guarded by locai officers who may have profited by the experience ! !of the coast offi cials'. "' ' -: vx'x;.; . , 1 1 "is"; stated ' lhat the tirbman raV eleiacros'she 'Pacific as a' stowaway. Latef jh'o couple were sent' to' Angel island for safekeeping.' ' The 'ttongkotig Maru'.'. broughf; but twd cabin passengers '.for ' this 'port: The ' through,' list' numbered core of travelers,1' about:' Evenly' divided tweenVChucaslan and 'orientals.'' X!!!l' I The ' Pacific, ' Matt liner Korea,' s'atl irig'Trom San;,Fr'dHc'fsd''on,the'i sami date.' left butTew 'Asiatic steerage pas sengers for th'o'ftohgkohg Marti. The essel. was dispatched through r. the Egencjh of Castlet''& Cookd for 'Japan and' China porW . , shortly'! after ' sis! o'clock: last evening. lA' small delega tion of Asiatic passengers departed for ttetfit M UtEi$ VaiO -x ; lif! LLERCaBPS I IffiCKSDflAT ; One ship boat, belonging to the In teMsland, steamer Noeau was wreck ed through, the accidental dropping of. a heavy sugar mill roller which be came fouled while in process of being raised from the bold ; of that steamer, End crashed into the smaller boat be low, narrowly missing doing bodily injury to several Hawaiian and Japan ese sailors x : , : X X '... X Tie Noeau, was anchored off Wai mea, Kauai, at the time of the acci dent -After great effort the roller was brought to the surface by means of grappling Irons.: It was placed on an other boat and was about ready to be sent ashore when the load over balanced 'tb craft and the piece of steel was agalnr precioitated to the tottom of the sea. The third attempt to land the machinery, however, pro ed successful.'- ;;t:-?-x'i'' ';'rs"X;; - The Noeau brought a small consign ment of sugar for discharge at Hono lulu. The vessel was dispatched on a return trip to Kauai last evening x-..'v 'x- a-- ; -: x Few Passengers But Much Cargo. ' The Honolulan of the Matson Navi gation1 line is sailing for San Fran Cisco this evening taking twenty-five cabin passengers and a large cargo of Island products. The Honolulan has been ' supplied with several, thousand tons sugar, 1500 sacks rice and con signments of coffee and-, pineapples. The -Honolulan will depart for the coast at six o'clock sailing from Hack- feld-wharf, 4 British' Freighter Here for , Coal. The British freighter Oceania, from Puget 'Sound, is expected to reach the port today to take on aeveral hun dred ions coal. X The vessel is carry ing several million feet of lumber des tined for Australian ports. The fuel will' be supplied; through the Inter Island,'. ' :r '. ' ' Boat Boy Mourned By All. ' " " , " Kauikeaniho Manuwal, the veteran stroke oarsman with the pltot boat, who passed away Saturday last, was mourned by all classes judging from the attendance at. the- services at the graVe. The tormer assistant at the pilot house "was laid to rest with ap propriate honors1 by 4 the Ancient Or der of Foresters to which the deceas ed belonged for many years. Captain Macaulay, pilot for the port of Hono lulu, contributed several touching stanzas as .a tribute to the memory of the old comrade, X. r-X.x r,rr::,:i- Chinese Students Left Behind.' ,v . Two students belonging to a party of young Chinese . who are ' through passengers 1 In - the Pacific Mail liner China en route from Hongkong to sail for the mainland.at eleven o'clock. The vessel had pulled away from the wharf and well toward the.- open sea before the, boys reached the wharf. ; .'Arrangements may be made for. for warding them to the mainland in the Pacific Mail liner Manchuria, due to leave this city von'Aug.' 26" . . : :'x-: - STAR-UniETUr 43ITES TOU TODAY'S NETT8 TODA.Y JAPANESEETED . ON 5ERI0US. CHARGE1 In apprehending yesterday the Ja ranese cook at the YjM. C A, and a Japanese woman with whom he Is alleged to have been living ever since January, the federal authorities be lieve they have uncovered a peculiar case of oriental . infidelity The ar test of the woman was made only af ter a; search of several days, the offi cials believing she was In hiding." information was given the -district attorney last week by Suze Kurihara, who claims to be' the husband of the woman. He declared that after he had brought tier to Hawaii 1 at great ex pense 'and tribulation, she lived with him only a few weeks, disappearing in the middle of the night, last January. - Since that day, he averred, he had never seen her and had no idea of her whereabouts, though a short time af ter her disappearance a certain man, re presenting Teruji Ishida, the cook at the Y. M. C. A. came to him, saying Ishida was willing to pay the deserted husband for his trouble in bringing the woman and offering recompense if he would proceed to divorce her. This the abandoned husband 'refused to do. carrying his complaint to At torney LV'.M. Straus, who Immediately took the matter up with the -federal authorities. - (Warrants were issued for the couple last week, " ;' -x .-; T Ishida was released on l.00Q bail and the woman, on i $250. bond, to ap pear before U. S. Commissioner George A. Davis for examination at 9 o'clock tomorrow OTning.; x "4 ' X ; "v lifllilB ; The local ? agency for the Matson Navigation steamer Jlyades has been advised that, the vessel' sailed from Seattle? bn Saturday with a quantity of. general' caf gtv lor jdischarge at sev eral island ports. X ' When vessels enter the San Pedro harbor " hereafter; slmbly ; for the par pose of taking ori fuel, they will, be charged only half the regular pilotage fee. This was decided by the narhor commission at a recent meeting.; Fifty Japanese took4 their departure for their native land in the Toyo Kl sen Kaisha - liner. ' Hongkong Martf, which sailed for Japan and China ports at six o'clock last evening. The Hongkong Maru remained at the port but a few hours. - ' '' '? ; The - Inter-Island steamer Maul is back from Mahukona with" cargo1 In cluding 7076 -sacks sugar, 3Q7 sacks coffee, 76 head cattle, 22 hogs and 17 packages sundries- The vessel met with fine weather, favorable winds and smooth B'easCir--.;' 'x;' AV . - I PISSBGEKS AJOHIYED Per stmrKMauna "KC-froml Hilo and way norts.4 Aug. IW.J. A. Ken nedy, H. F: LocW HrL. Strange, C. E. King, W. Rogers, XJeo, B. Curtis, W. R. Farrington, K. O. Matheson ana wife, C. S. Crane -and wife, H. Gehr ine and wife. E. MX Cheatham, wife and ' child, E. L. Scawarzberg . and wife, Mrs. E. Biley, Mrs. Bristol, L. Garrison and wife,, C(. R. Frazier, A. W. Van Valkenberg. J. F.' Childs, T. Sharp, W.! H. Goetz, - H. Ai Swift, J. Carey; W. Wayne, Geo. A. Brown, W.' Young and wif e, C. G. Hels'er,' Hjorth, EJ O. White, H. Giles,. W.C McGon agle, Marston Campbell; E. J. Lord, C. O. Hottel, E.E. Bodge, N. Slattery, X C. Ramey,.. J. J;,;SulIlvan, x J.iM. Giles, A. H. Ford, Roy D. Johnson, J. M. Phillips. C. H. Loveland. Jas. ; , i i wmmw RILES VOLTER (Continued" from Page One.) tesUgate the condition at the markets, and read at the last meeting of the supervisors,' had been published. He reckoned that the public should not be permitted to know the state d things at the markets, which tho re port" of the committee purported to reveal, and which was published in the Star-Bulletin yesterday." Hq add ed that the fish markets are -a place of interest to the tourists, ard that It was unwise to make public the condi tions there. : X . X : X - X i . :: : - - Tho portion of the report which no referred to was called by the commit teemen a , "pen picture" of the mar kets, oh a certain day. Charlock, who is a member ;of the 'committee, is given s credit for having indited the picture; J and " next time, he says, he will go a little further, and show a real picture as a complement to the pen one. - X"-'-.' c'-:,'-' ' ' '. . ' After declining to accompany ? At torney Cbllllngworth oyer the mar ket premises this afternoon, pointing out to him., what changes must ; be made to conform with the recommea oations of the report, the proposition of burying the indigent dead was tak en up, and a new rule made, under which it Vrill be necessary for a cer tificate to be obtained from Dr. James T. Wayson, city and ' county physic ian,: before a burial can 'be made at the expense of tho county. 1 Up' to this time the mayor has Is sued 'such certificates tinder the sig nature of his secretary. But neither the mayor nor the secretary are said to havo time to look into the financial auairs of the deceased to determine if he. has died without sufficient funds for, his" burial: From how on applica tion for borial out Of the county funds must be made to Dr. Wayson. - " 1 "Many times persons havo died here' and left 'money, yet the' cotmty i "was called on to bury them. Af tcrwards the money would be used to give a big luau," said Supervisor Hardesty this morning. X Tho expense of bury ing Indigent dead is increasing so rapidly that we must have every case investigated to determine whether or not It is a proper charge on thb coun ty. In that way we will savq much money." - : Supervisor Hardesty' is a member fit '! the (health ' committee, : and was present at the meeting ast evening. Hisr point of view regarding the fish markets; he stated this morning, dif fers from: that of Supervisor iWoIter, as he .believes the public is entitled to ! know the ; sanitary condition of places ' where food-stuffs are sold to it' He1 observed that as the truth of the ' "pen" picture" 1 was unquestioned, and as ' conditions s. were even worse than - described in it,' according to Charlock, it was possibly the duty of the committee to gtve the report full publicity. X , ':' "j."'., .. E'oves ; i ran: CITY TRANSFER Ca JAS. H. LOVE VEATHEfi TODAY : Tuesday; Aug. ID. ; Temperature 6 a. ml, 74; S a. m., 80;10 a. m., 83; 12 noon, 83. Mini mum last night, 74, Wind 6 a. m., velocity I. 8 a. m,, velocity 8; 10 a. m., velocity 10; 12 noon, velocity 12. Movement jast 24 hours, 118 miles. ; ' : x . Baromcter at S a. m., 30.00. Rcla tivo humidity, 8 a. m.; 62. Dew-point at 8 a. m., 66. Absolute humidity, S a', m., 7316.1, Rainfall. 0. KUUANU VALLEY v? PROPERTY SOLD i : : TO ALBERT HORfiER A portion of the beautiful Nuuanu valley property of the lato Williati PfotenhaUer -was sold today ! by the Henry Watcrhouse Trust Company, as agent for F. A. Schaeferwho bought the property" at a public auction sale recently. The deal mado today In volved . 15,00O, that amount being paid by Albert Horner for close-to one acre and a quarter of tho Ian1, including, the house which is located thereon. - " . , ': The estate of the' late Mr. Pfoten hauer is regarded as one of tho most beautiful In Nuuanu valley. A large lot included in the property iof the estate was bought from Mr. Schaefer the day of the auction. sale by Mrs. Spencer, Blckorton. ", ;X . ' ' , -i x- SEEKS TRACK OF ; '. RELATIVES DEAD ' , xx x HALF A CENTURY ' Robert Brooks Candage, of Gealson-dale,-Mass., has written to Chief Clerk Henry Smith, of the circuit court, ask ing to be advised concerning the es tates left, by the former's uncles, Charles Edward Candage and Samuel Franklin' Candage, who' came to Ha waii before :the days of the. civil war and died here during that revolution. Tho inquiry waa received by the court clerk this morning, and an ex amination 'of tho musty records dis closed the fact that Samuel Franklin Candago dltd in 1S63, leaving a will bequeathing all his property to a brother at BlnehiU, Maine. His . Ha waiian holdings, however, consisted only of chattel gooda valued at about $373. The will was duly probated here Mar 22. 1S63. r No record - per-talnlng-to the estate of Charles Ed ward Candage was discovered. Have. You vSeen The. x : i t'x".. i if .3 I- -I 1 i 1 8 r r 7 1. They are shown in the newest material and latest cut at - THE STYLE CENTER Fort and Merchant : LOCAL AND GENERAL 'X. :.. ( , - - . : , ' The Hawaiian Trust Company has j been appointed ancillary administra tor under the wills, of the estates of fc-lisha H. Allen and Julia A. Allen, for the former without bond, and for the latter under 850,000 bond, x 1 v Tuberculosis claimed six victims in Wakefield. C. J.. McCarthy, F. B. ' Mc--. "onoiuiu curing me nrst mteen days Stocker, T. M. Church R. B. Park, of the present month, according, to the A. L. Moses, H. H Walker, J. C. I semimonthly report of ; Registrar M. Evans, E. -M. Campbell, E. M. Ehr- ,H., Lemon, of the board of health. The horn.' Geo. H.' Angus. Mrs. J. C Car- onV other death due to contagious di valho, Mrs.' G. F Affonsa and daugh- ase to. that period was from typhoid ter,, F. F. Clark, W4 Witkawiz, Mrs. M. A. Conley, Master ?T. McLean; Mrs. M. G. Frick, ' Mrs. F. W. Wood, S. Fugimoto, Prof. A. T.: Jaggar, A. J. Wlrtz, Miss ,C; Shlpman... Mrs. . W. H. Shlpman,' VJst G.' Guerney, 'Mrs. W. F. Drake and child, I& W. Br'eckons and wife, Miss Breckons, Miss Ehrhorn, Miss Sherman; Miss H. Rowland, Mas ter J. Rowland, Mrs. E. K; West, Mrs. Warriner, Miss Franks, Mj" A. Nicoll, H. Shlpman, L. A. Thurston, P. Tal let and wife, Miss A. Tallet, Mrs. A. H. Tallet, Rev. H. Yuzirt, Tong' Lin, wife and 2 children; J. L. Perry T. Yasui, T. Ishl. H. Y. Kim, Miss E. K Lewis, Miss L. Ahold, Miss . I. Silva, Miss Kekuewa, MIbs Okamoto, W. O. Aiken, O. A. Berndt, H. G. Noda, Mrs. C. A. Buchanaa, Misses Buchanan (4), Mrs. Agawa, Kataklda, Quin Wong, M isses Dow (2), Mrs. R. C Searle, E. K. Hiram. Miss T Sato, Miss K Teraoka, K. Dal maru, Goo Lip...' Per str. Mauna Loa, front Kona and Kau ports': Lee; Fong, 1 Lee Chong, Miss Hookena, Lizzie Kauali, C. Lan ger. Miss Campbell." P. Correa, II. Jae ger, : H. Lempke. E. 1 Henriguez, N. G. Smith, C. Mahale, Mrs. Santos, T. Su da, F.- Fukuinoto, T.r Kudo, Yamogata, Mrs. J.; S. Walker, S. Stuts; D. Twee dy, Mr. and Mrs. R.' Hair. Miss G. Wilson'. Miss W. Wilson. Ii'.-W. Branch, Mr. and Mrs. F. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Burrls; H. Howell, D. Flemmlng, Mrs. Flemmlng, Mr.' and Mrs. Kelly, W. A: Clark'M. B. llenshaw, Mr. and Mr3. Collins. Miss II. Sheldon, D. E. Mooney; A.D." Shbtt.'TJIss M. Alo, 60 . . - y .4 - died. -U':'-. -'?-'i M ESICK In ' Chicago, 'August 3, 1913, George P. Mesick, formerly foreman of the Hawaiian Star job- printing - "department," and 'fora few; months . ; previous to hla departure from Hdn-c-lulu employed by the Hawaiian Ga ! zette -Company;.' f aged about fiftj years. x',"'X;v;.:i Vv::-"'(. Let your' ju'dgment' ouide' ytu -Consider your pocletbookv ';:'vxV:" Ring Up 2464---Smitli We iloTlcIt yrdr transfers 'from a bundle" t a eartoad.'- . A x EEawaiian Go;, fever. The resignation of Charles S. Dav is,; -United States commissioner, : was kecepted by federal Judge Dole this morning. . George A. Davis has been appointed, to succeed his son in the position. The young man left today for the mainland, whero he will enter the law school of Stanford University. Viola A. Doyle was- granted a di vorce from , Joseph : A. TDoyle ,this morning by Circuit Judge Whitney, on grounds of extreme cruelty. ; Divorce decrees also were granted to Lena K. Wilson, from Frank P. Wilsdn, non snpport; Tomezl Klmura from Matsu Saito, desertion, and Josephine Souza from John Souza, drunkenness. ? Dr. John Wlnthrop Platner, of the Andover Theological . school at Cam bridge, Mass.; will remain in Honolu lu the next two weeks, the guest of Governor Frear, his classmate at Yale. Dr. ; Platner has obtained a year's leave of absence from: his duties ; a3 professor of cccles'astical history at Andover and is now on a - leisurely tour of the world. X x x Nuuanu and Queen Streetiwork. ; George ' P. Mesick of Chicago, who for several years was foreman of the job printing departmsnt . ' of the Ha waiian Star, and later was in the em play of the -Hawaiian Gazette Com pany, died in the eastern city Aug. 3, according to - advices received here yesterday. .He was about 50 years old. X It'is'said that if the San Francisco authorities would offer the British gbvernment a pavilion for all the Brit ish exhibits instead of scattering them about-the,' grounds, the government might reconsider the proposition of exhibiting, at the Panama Pacific exposition.'-"'-' X,' .: Complaint has been made to the department of public works by Assist ant Supt-ijieeler to ihe effect that, npon a'rectjnt visit to the Palolo Val ley Jntake. he found that the - pipe which feeds a considerable portion .of the water to-Honolulu had been clog god with rocks and debris. An inves tigation is to be made by the depart ment in the endeavor to locate; the person or persons responsible for the " V s . ., X: i I 1 . of the 3 ii : C V'.'TFi n t i f , , Lb In Marvelous Acrobatic Stunts J . ;- X -r f . V" - X ;: -X i-- ; An act the equal . of which has f never been seen here. . Miraculous,. Marvelous and Thrilling A Big Price Act at Popular Prices N ; Added Attraction r Eccentric Buck and Wing Dancer Four First Run Pictures Good Orchestra mmm. Selected Pic tures Tonig ht ; Changed "Daily BEST LAUXDRI TVOBK iAD DRY CXE.VSLXO . FRENCH .LAUNMY 777 Kin g Street J.' ABADIE, Prop. fhone 1131 s I.