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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, -MOXt)AY, AUGUST 23, 1913.
it.. Quench That Thirst :'V" LooK for the Trade-EM i Af.'p GErpiL i CBELIIO SAYS A wireless has , been received from Midshipman Iran Graham stating that he will arrive in Honolulu tomorrow oa the Lurllne. The banana commission resumed lis hearings today, with a session begin hlng at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Prac tically all hearings. this week will be given to the claims of Chinese proper ty owners. uliwEFuRU Police Kotcs The territorial grand Jury Is expect ed to make a report late this after noon on the Chalmers automobile ac cident The inquisitorial body is to . reconvene at 1:30, and It is understood 'only a- few mere witnesses remain to . be examined, s , i The members of fhe Summer Cltib -j-ave a dance at the Kalulani Home, King street, Saturday evening, which was attended by about SO persons. Music was furnished by a Hawaiian quintet and refreshments were served during the evenln?, the dancing com ing to a stop at 'midnight .,' The contract for supplying and In stalling standard wood furniture in me Judiciary building has been award ed to Wall Nichols & Company for .12271.75,' and F. M. Fiesell has been given the ..contract 'to- supply and lay certain water piping :'ia the Kaimukl district -on his price of 15655.06. Governor Frear's annual report' is nearly finished end probably -will be "ready for the printer In the next two or t !.rce days. The only work re- . Making the declaration that a "cloud df enemies", had descended up on . him yesterday afternoon, A. St Claire was brought o the central re ceiving station, add later removed to the rcspltal; suffering-from a scries of eu'3 and bruises about the face. The man altd was treated for a badly lac erated hip.-"bt" Claire was unable to Confirming-; statements by John It the police any possible clue to Wise that he had paid a; considerable sum of money for proof-reading 'the senate Journal in addition to the $150 handed over to Lester Fishel, William J. Coelho, one of the" clerks of the last senate, made a "statement this morning with reference to the Coke charges that Wise had grafted in the compilation of the journal. ,. Coelho arrived on the Mauna Kea He was reported as somewhat under the inCuence of liquor at the time. The "ping" of a gullet, followed by the crash of shattered glass and wood arroused several residents of Buckle Lane yesterday afternoon, who, per ming an immediate investigation, dine upon Kim Chen Sing, a Korean, from Maui last Saturday. - He says heanJ Amaras Mahini, a Hawaiian, arov f u-'llin? to mat a-fnnnal statement e wuu a gun. me ponce were no- - tm. . a ai on behalf of Wise if it should be call ed for. . . ' ."J '',: ? .-I was paid about $200 myself for procf-reading, out of the money that Wise Was paid for the senate Journal work," said Coelho "The reason was tnls: FisheJ wasflrst given the proof reading, but a great many mistakes were found in his work. He would read until late at night and ; then, tired and sleepy, he would make many errors. He got behind in; the work. Along abcut the fifty-fourth day of the session, I was employed as proof reader, and worked fcr ve "weeks at $f..3 a day. s '." ' i- "There is undoubtedly some wase in connection with 'the" journal com pilation and printing, - Irat, it Ma the ,malr.!r. is the composition of the j fault of the senate itself. i The: com- tjo introductory statements, under the headings of v general conditions and legislation. mittee on. printing should oversee the compilation of the journal, and say how it should , be typewritten, .and what matter should go into it The clerk is now 'held responsible for get ting everything in, and has no author- 5 CIRCUIT JUDGE - W. J. ROBIN SON is one' ct a . party of fourteen Hcnolulans who have left town on jity to leave anything out. V , the yacht Hawaii for a week's Cshlngi Coelho says he is- .in hearty sym trip. During Judse Robinson's ab-lrathy with ithe efforts to Eave money sence the tfTrirs cf his division of In handling the senate- journal, but the circuit court will be handled byitnat the reform rests with the sen 'Judge W. L. Whitney. '.-' 'ators themselves. 4 -1 AUGUST 2Sth ?0th V- v . op SOCIETY VAUDEVILtE MUSICAt COMEDY TJ'GO DAHCEta Jokes LOX OFFICE NOW OPEN AT HE HONOtUtU MUSIC CO. tifled, and. the arrest of. the pair and their removal to the station followed. Th& statement .was made that It was a stray shot from the gun, fired dur ing target practice, that penetrated the house. Nobody was In the dwell ing at the time, and what might have proved a serious accident was averted. Two rear wheels of a Chinese de livery wagon, driven by , Chung Wo, were wrecked as a result of a collis ion this morning ia which automobile number 1217 figured. fThe police were notified of, the accident It is claimed that some minor injuries - were sus tained by the horse. The driver was unhurt, The'autoist and the Chinese later came- to an amicable agree re garding a settlement of the damages. hut ' 1 1 d Ti d ClilU' to us for; Developing end Prlntin.1 i . Y ' v. .. a-. : iv s . ; . - . : J - "'.'-. - - t Yotl In:ov7 the quality of our 79rlr: HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO. - - "Everything Photographic" Fort Street The estate of John L. Pvormann, who committed suicide several weeks ago, is tound to be $5,000 larger than the figure set in the original esti mate, according to the Inventory filed in circuit court today. py the Hawailaa Trust Company, administrators. This showi that the estate, after paying $556.11 to the temporary administra tor, is worth $32,723.52. It consists of the "house ah d lot in which Pvormann and' his'aged mother presided, valued at $7,500, personal , notes amply se cured, for $17,000, and stocks "and per sonal property making up the balance. 'i , Kawana has filed in circuit court acknowledgement of - the - judgment against him for $361.39, obtained by ri. Hackfeld & Company on -a person al Bote.,-.- - , ' ANTIALIEN LAND BILL . : IS NOW DEAD IN JAPAN . ': . ; - ' ; ' . . - ' (Special cable to the Japanese Chron- .. , . . . icle.) : TOKIO, , Japaa Aug. 24.Dr. ; So yeda, who recently yrent to Washing ton, D. C, as envoy for the Japanese chamber of commerce lo Investigate the legislation la OsMfornto with re gard to the passage .of the anti-alien land-holding bill, hao returned fp this city, i The Japanese "government has refuted to file further protest against the passage of the' till. ; 1,1 , SETS uECGH (Continued from page one) are ; givea by ; the president to be $1,330.215.81 ; the toUl operating ex penses at $540,965.19. Under the head of fixed charges it is shown that the interest paid during the year amount ed to the sum of $100,205.76, from which $1,890.43 is reduced as interest received and old business. The taxes were $74,915.99. From the above fig ures it is shown that, the net earn ings total the sum of $616,019.35 for the period. Dividends on $5,000,000 capital ; stock: during the year wero aid monthly at 65 cents per share, Lbn 50,000 shares, a disbursement of $390,000, leaving the surplus net earn ings at $226,019.35. To bear out the statement that the- present year has been the most pro fitable of any. year in the history of the railroad, a table is incorporated la President Dillingham's report, giving the gross earnings and operating ex penses and fixed charges of .the com pany for five years beginning June 30, 1909." :--.-. The tables are given below:, - - Gross Earnings . $ 96,3719 1,055,749.53 326 .0209 12.T1 .0204 Juae. 30.-1S09 Juae 30, 1910 June 30.1911 June 30, 1912 June 301913 June 30, 1909 June 30, 1910 June 30r;i911 Juae 30. 1912 June 30. 1913 1,02973.38 .I..: U07.425.76 : 13015.81 $5,589,135.7 Operating Expenses and Fixed Charges 511,282.34 598,0901 684,170.61 632,242.47 714,196.46 .'. 11SM1I1 Fort Street Honolulu's Largest Exclirslre v 1 Clothing Store. Charge Accounts Invited. Weekly nd Monthly , raymcats. - .'Ji7 ford's is a superior preparation for eltafing, Or or tan or sunburn" . .. r 'A t.U-'..V r f ill I I A A irv, 'Ml V.;M I : i u u u ' : - Sp ecial Reductions in Price : Size ordinarily. 50c, now ; ;S Jj.K . y Size ordinarily 25c, now 25 c 15 c A v U hi ; ;( no n n .11 p KEVER BECOMES RANCID l?f AKT CLIMATE, Ig made from absolutely pure aad harmless' ingredieats, aad may -be freely i;sed without injury to the most delicate skia.- . '. v .' S10LOSTER DRUG ICi).vLiffliied ' Fort street "HoUhlers Js the plaec irhax you so enjoyed that soda? $3,039,983.09 The report of 'George P. Denisoa. the superintendeat of the road, fol lows that of Presldeat . Dilllagham:s. The. following are extracts taken from his report, in which, his work during the period, is reviewed and the work for the coming year outlined:- .. "All of the. locomotives, passenger and freight cars - have received the necessary repairs and are ia good or der. - The freight cars mentioned la ihe last report were completed aad ia addition, thirty gondola cars and fifty pineapple flat cars have been added. Four new; passenger coaches andtwo new baggage cars are nearlag cora pletioa. ' The. two locomotives men tioneij in the previous report were re ceived and in addition two new forty severl ton ? consolidation locomotives' reTe placed in service during June. "The roadbed, r track ' and bridges have all been) maintained at the-usual ctandard.Stf miles' of inairf line have been' replaced;jwlth sixty pound rails; 1.01 miles -of "additional track "were completed at Helemano "to reach new pineapple fields and 2.04 miles of sid ings and spurs have been installed at various places. " ' " "The Honolulu freight I house : has been extended seventy-eight feet The tipper sugar warehouse has begn mov ed back and a new wharf shedr ISOx 400 ft, with bitulithlc pavement and Cooper-Hewitt Lights, basr. been erect ed. A ' road to tb new wharf shed has been built and the roads leading from Queen street ttf the - wharves have been repaired ' and re-surfaced with asphalt filled macadam. "A new train shed has been erected at Wahiawa. . . , .. 'I'-: -. . -"The ' improvements' contemplated for. the fiscal year ending June 30th. 1914, include 4 passenger coaches aad a possible 23 additional pineapple flat cars. The relaying of 6 miles of track with 60. pound rails, the rails released to be used for sldifigs, re pairs, and an extension of 2 miles in to Kunla Iands.K Permanent pavemeat in the Hoaolulu freight yardr the fenc ing of the Hoaolulu yard north of Iwi lel road and an overhead foot bridge connecting the r end of . Dowsett lane with a new road in the vicinity of the pineapple canneries. ; A . fire ploof concrete buildftik to be, erected neaf the Honolulu depot the upper floor of r which is td be' used as an. engineer's 'office and map room to properly care for the mapi-of the company and the ; lower fjoor. to be used for the storage of old records required by the L'C. C. to be kept for a term of years. '.and .for the storage of tickets and statlon- from each, passenger ; Average receipts per pas- senger per mile Total passenger earnings r (includes mall, express, baggage, chair car and v special service - train revenue) . . .. . ..... ..$237,100.71 Passenger earnings' per ' - mile of road 2.406.28 ' Tear Ending Jae 39, 19U Number o f passengers . ? carried earnlag revenue 1.071.062 Total passenger revenue. $277,986.63 Number o f passengers carried one mile -13,618,103 . M a . . Average oisxance cameu. mlles. Average amount received from each passenger, . . Average receipts per pas- senger per mfle Total passenger earnings (includes mail, express, V . baggage, chair car and special service train revenue) $296,499.08 Passenge ' earnings . per mile of road STASTISTICS OF FREIGHT TRAF FIC TO JUyET30. 1913 i Tear Ending Jane S3, 1911 Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue i 516,697 Number of tons carried -one mile . .: . . . .. . . .. . 11,193,598 Average ttlstance haul of I one ton JIM , ToUl freight revenue ...$576,186.56 Average amount received for each ton of freight. - 1.11513 Freight earnings per mile of road . .. . j . $ 5,847.83 Tear Ending Jane Z 1912 Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue Number of tons carried one mile Average distance haul of . one ton .. ........... Total freight revenue ...$711,778.52 ' Average amount received for each ton of freight i-ioua Freight earnings .per mile - ! of road .. ... .......... v.zza. Tear Endlnsr J'une SO, 1915 Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue Number of tons carried one mile V. Average distance haul vof one ton . . Total freight revenue .$804,577.39 Average amount - received , r for each ton of freignt. xu. Freight earnings per mile of. road .. i,- m o .,"'. 613.141 12J3M46 20.7G 660.308 '13,701.875 '. 20.75 Dr.: . M Plroae . JBrodle's ad- lress at the Bijou theatre last even- ing upon me Buujeut, owmus Oats" was exceedingly timely, as at f present the topic 'is well worth dis cussion locally, r The aaaress was ine third of the series being conducted by the Inter-Church Federation, and "was largely attended. Doctor Brodie showed in a forcef yl manner the " three things which are the inevitable on tcome of 'sowing a crop of , wild oats. . Flrst the man reaps' the kind of bats he sows; .sec ond, he reaps a good deal longer than he sows, and third, he reaps a good deal more than he sows. The years a man spends in ' sowing wild oats. Doctor Brodie showed,would provide him with a crop of misery and shame lasting through the rest of his life. Two .texts were takea up la the ad dress, bae of which was: 'As a 'man soweth so Bhall he rap," and the ettoer:.Ue sure your sin will find you cut" The meeting .was presided over by Judge Quarles, Mrs. G. K. Tacka mry contributing to the program with two vocal selections. ery. A small stKicn building' at Cast- ,ner, a new baggage, mail and express i room at Honolulu and the erectjen of the 16.D0O barrel oil tank now on hand." , : ; - I Possibly a clear idea may be had of the growth of the business of the ; company from .the followiag tables, , which give the number' and amount of passengers and freight carried each year for the last three years. - Marked Increases are shown , all along .the line.-: V; '-:.''-"'. " 1 The following are "the tables; STATISTICS OF PASSENGER TRAF FIC TO JUNE 30. 1913. Year Ending Jane SO. 1911 Number o f passengers. carried earning revenue " 708,755 Total ' passenger revenue:$203412.05 : Number o f passengers j carried one 'mile .'. . . . . Average distance ' carried, miles 7. Average amount; received j from each passenger" t Average receipts per pas-; ' ; " ' senger ?per mile .....V; -0211 Total passenger earnings y (includes maipexpress, J baggage, chair car and " 8 pecial service train :." revenue)-'".iivv V.'.'i r. $216,1639 -; Passenger x earnings- per ' - ! ' ? mile of road V:...V.i. - 2,193.88 I . Tear Ending Jane 30, 1912 ;. Number o'f passengers t'f ' carried' earning revenue ' 787.939 Total passenger revenue. $222,742.80 Number o f passengers .' ? carried one mile ....... 10,632,709 Average distance carried, . -miles ... . . . ii.. ...... -13.49 : . -' Average " amdunt received , . ; 9,601.442 865 tiLdjiilO V ni O v- 'J. 4 . - -.. L't -. iTsi. il I '. s uiuL iiuii - . FOR SALE. Two California mules, weight, 1050 : lbs. each, well broken, In excellent condition: also harness. A. A. Wil son, office, 58 Voung Bldg., or Waia- hoie Water Co. v 56U2-1W. Papa's Pants Will Soon' Fit Wilhe -and it won't be a hard-job to make the necessary changes If Willie -stands still and the; shears are. sharp.,: ;We1I sharp en the shears for. 15c- up fit you out with a spick span new .pair worth 50c up. vl i J ; i E. 0. Hall & Son, Umlted. ; . Cor.. F.drC and King : Sta. ' f- S "4 : ' : Phone ' 3481 i i ..mm Sum- I u . il ,.4.... 'T v ! J ; . V - the various oakcj of clof.i icj sold in tL:: tovn znd vicin ity and the favor of Alfred ! '""-Ml dotllZ3 - V vitc conipw.i on fT' :.;;-v - y" o thin? cn:;r:!; M r m found in c:I::r 4 s wwAway k . OTw w fr 1. r to 1:2 - . - - - --y , - -A . r 1H r ;" Sm a" tv o HUI fJALU TO TALK . : sv;i:.:;.:i;;g to;:ight meetiag of the Hul NaUi will be held at the Moana hotel thi3 evening, at which matters of' interest to the members ulU b'j'dlscussed. 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