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Honolulu and the Territory of ham-ail
arc given considerable promln
rnce In a work new from, the press
that has to do "with t,he shipping and
terminal .facilities in' tne Pad He
Wharf space, dockage, pilotage and
numerous other phases at the port are
brought to the fore. -
The Terminal Facilities of North
Pacific Ports is the title of a volume
wljich has Just been issued by the
Terminal Publishing Company, Seat
tle, it covers the principal ports from
fan Diego on the south to Nome on
the north. The regulations govern
ing these ports are given in full, and
all charges that are assessed against
cither the xhip or the cargo arc in
t hivJed. . The? names and addresses of
i ?vernment officials, foreign consuls
j-.d' others in each port, whose Dames,
and addresses : are Of value to mas
ters and shippers, are given. One sec
tion is devoted to the depth of water
in all the bays and Inlets on the I7nit-
1 States Coast The customsmarine
I.-.surance, immigration regulations
md matters of that sort are Bet forth
i:i detail. " : ' ; - '
Tl.tro are Bcorea of tables in the-
T t rlc The money of all foreign coun
tries is reduced to Its Canadian and
United States equivalent and-foreign
vc'shts are reduced to avoirdupois
l uads. One remarkably useful table
v Men is Included gives at a
lanco thc amount of freight doe on
nr.y shipment that is paid by its cubic
ruasurement. With this book at his
c'.Low a transportation man need waste
i n more time in figuring out rates.
To find the cost'of 17 cubic feet at
r:.00 per -ton 'entails no mora labor
V :ix running a, pencil along a line
1 copying down the figures. . ' "-'.;
No review of the book that does, not
.tain its mi tire list of contents can
ve.a comprehensive idea of the field
it covers. The arrangement of the In
ci is in itself a refreshing departure.
As soon 'as one opens the front cover
! e finds the Index, which is the first
tMng offered In the book. Typograph
ically the work is easy to read and It
1 well and substantially bound In
t .oth. It should find a ready I place
ia all marine libraries and on the
c'rks of all bnsy people who have to
ij with chipping. -
V.rr ployerWhy did yoa take a
r hole day off yesterday? You only
i :i.ed for half a day. ' ' .
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Ten years ago a factor in the freight,
carrying trade between Honolulu and
Island ports, the former Inter-Island
steamer Hanale), whkh after leaving
the shipyard remained In island wat
ers for a short time, has rounded 'out
an active ; career along the Pacific
coast, receiving extended repairs since
going out of commission.
Captain F. j Hamma.v wh'o is well
known as a veteran In lsjand waters
and who accompanied " the llanalei
when the vessel wat sold by-the Inter-i
Island company, retained' command, of.
the steamer, until his promotion to1 the
bridge of the steamer Aroline; news
o? which 'ws received here yesterday.
Since - entering the' coast . trade, , the
Hanalei has been given a . permit to
carry passengers.' "William - Jackson,
w ho was at one time a familiar figure
on the local. watertTout, has succeed
ed Captain Hamma to the command of
the HanaleU! y c - ' . -;; y
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Old' Freighter to the Discard. ' .
s Operating 'a ' fleet of cargo carriers,
several having visited Honolulu, bring
ing European cargoes and departing
with shipments -of - preserved pfries
destined for continental norts, the
Harrison Direct Line Is weeding out.1
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us oiacr vessels, accorains, xo news re
ceived by Balfour, Guthrie & Co
agents for the line, and has disposed
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September of 1912, has been sold to
South American buyers. She was built
by Workman. Clark & Co. at Belfast
In 1S92 and is a steamer of 4689 rross
tons and 3049 net tons.- The Barrister
was built In 1S93 at Mlddlesboro by
Sir Raymond Dixon, Limited. She is
of 4700 tons gros srd 3080 net tons,
and has been sold to the Anglo-Spanish
Coaling Company. Limited, of Car
diff, Wales, and has been rechristened
the Gaditano. ,' .... '
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May 'Remove Danger of Collision.
Of interest to seafaring men in the
Pacific are the series of. experiments
now being conducted - b officers in
the Canadian Northern steamer Royal
George which recently sailed from
Great Britain for Quebec. .This ves
sel is fitted with an apparatus en
abling a vessel in the thickest weath
er, without the aid. of compass or sex
tant, to ascertain her position, when
she is within a radius of 50 miles of
a fixed w ireless station or a wireless
ship whose position is -nown.
It is also claimed -for this apparatus
that should the Royal George pick up
a wireless distress - signal she ' would
be able to set her course toward its
source, even though : the- distressed
vessel-were not able to. Indicate her
position.
VESSELS .TO AND i ,
FROM THE ISLANDS
Special. Wire less to Merchants'
Thursday, July 1&. ' ' .. ,
Seattle Sailed, July 15, S. S. Mon
tanan for Honolulu. ; '
San Francisco Arrived, July 16,
9:20 a. m., S. S. Nile, from Honolulu
July 9. - - ' . .
Monterey Sailed, July 16, S. S. ' J.
A. Chanslor for Honolulu. '
Hilo Sailed, July 14, 7 p. m., S
Hilonian for San Francisco. '
S.
Sailed, July 15, neon. S. S. Enter-
rrise for San Francisco. -
Aerograms. v ' . ' ., . :
- S. S.' Manchurja will arrive . from
San Francisco tomorrow at 9 a. m
and probably sail for Yokohama to
morrow at .p..m. Has on. board 162
cabin, 25 second, and ' 134 Asiatic
passengers. Will take 500 tons' coal
at Honolulu. --- -i- T
S. S; Mongolia ;will arrive from Yo
kohama Saturday - afternoon, and sail
for San Francisco Sunday morning at
9 o'clock.- Has 92 cabin, f4 second,
and 275 Asiatic passengers on board.
Has 2117 tons cargo for Honolulu and
want3 SO tons coaL . r . '
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After remaining some time out of
corami8sicn. the yacht Helene, pnee
the pride of local yachtmcn. is to enter
trade as a carrier of island -products.
according to present, plans of a hui of
local capitalists, Including George Tait,
H. L. White And T, Howein who have
been refitting; the vessel . preparatory
talis departure for the island of Ka-
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The Helene Is stated will be em
ployed In the transportation of cocoa
nuts from several garden island ports
to Honolulu, t , i - f
The. yacht has just left the local
marine railway where it was given a
cleaning, repainting and general over
hauling. ' . - : . : v '; ;.-v
- The vessel is now anchored at pier
16 to remain until the early part of
next week before beginning the initial
voyage in a new . venture. ' ' "
POLITICAL! NOTES.;
A meeting of Kuhlo forcW Is to be
held tonight at the prince's yTaikikl
home. Plans or the 'campaign will
Ilenry. Vlerrjyvnias issued an . an
nouncement ofrfois candidacy for reo
resentatlvo it6va the fifth district. He
is a Republican, i . : '
Oeorge R. Carter. Progressive, candi-
idatp for delegate, nas gone t Kauai,
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f5n,zl.ng P-lnct tfubs as he did on
' Wll'.im '3J Sheldon, candidate ' for
the Republican nomination for sheriff,
will begin his active campaign short
ly. . He is going to start a speaking
tour- at Koolau -and. .work - around the,
outside precincts - Derore coming into
the city BccUons. Sheldoo.lhas been
mailing numerous cards and, circular
letters to voters, v v
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Palmer P AVoods. Reported this
morning to be about 'ready to come out
for the Democrat?? nomination tor del
egate. : laughs a.y. the .rumor. Jlr.
Woods': future . plans,. r it is
known, largy 1 depend, ' on wheth
er, or ? ; noV be ; is appointed , to
territorial office by Governor Pinkham.
He is a candidate for the land commis
sionership and any political candidacy
depends on the outcome of the. situa
tion at the cap! to! building, v .
China's thief Will Hunt Blot Game.
To seek big game- find-4ttso' try his
hand at. persuading the . fliiny -tribe
from California streams' Info a waiting
hamper. Chief Engineer IL - V. nar
bera. ot; the Pacific' Mail liner Chlnn,
wbo was missed trom: his port with
the arrival of tlat vessel, at Honolulu
some -days agowill join the vessel on
Its. return to S&n Francisco. "Bob' as
tho . ever ffable 'Taclfle Mall' officer '
is known -to the Island shipplngr fra-
ternity.. has hunted '. game,- llg- and -small,
in man v ct on tries 'and expects
to bag at least one bear before he re
tarns tor the shjtp.uTbe hief.englneer
is v the bpst - amateur photograBher of ;
the PacWo. aiid Chief Officer: Maloner, J
who is said be -the second best, will :
take all of the-official pictures" during;
the next Toyage-ofc the China.
SW Irismere Scuttled. -
,k Ttie coal' sbip-.Irismre . which 're-:
cently, N3 reported, ra art fire in. four
of her holds, was scuttled in the pre-'
sence of , Commander Mclntyre, : Mr.
Muir, government surveyor of shiOs,'
and various other harbor and govern
ment officials at Penang. - The vessel
was sunk in 24. feet of water, which
was sufficient io envelope the holds.
This extreme ; measure,- liowerer., did
aot. serve to extinguish the i fires,
which-bwrned even more furiously dur
ing the 'night nd were still '.burning'
the following day.'. V -. :
Preliminary "arrangements are being ;
made for 4he initial, trip to, Venezue-l.-u
probably in STt ember next, of the"
Flnndre. a new 11,000-trn fttearaprof
the Comfmgnle' Generale Transatlan
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1425 MY 1
At a meeting of the board of direvt- j
ors of the Yrung Mens Christian As-
sociation held at noon today, th.e con
stitution of the newly organized Ko
rean branch was. adopted. This had
been drawn up by officials of the Ko
rean association and with its approval
by the central board, the Korean Y. M.
C. A. is now , officially . launched.
Twenty-nine new . members were
elected- -ifpon recommendation of Ed
Towse.. chairman of the membership
ccramittee. This makes the total
membership 1425 as of July 1.
Chairman Pratt of the improvement
committee reported work found for
11 out ot 20 men who applied at the
central association. Six men were
placed through the Korean branch and
94 by the Filipino employment bu
reau whictns under the direction of
the Y. M. C. A. employment commit-
itee. i ' . ; .
1 A committee consisting of W. A.
Love. H. G. Dillingham and Ceo. C,
Potter was appointed to study the
matter of using the boys' field as a
baseball ground ; to supplement the
fields now available for amateur ball
players. A. E. Larimer. was appointed
the Y. M. C. A. representative on the
board - of directors ot the associated
charities.. ' : v : .
RELAT1VE-IN-LAVV BY
FORMER MARRIAGE ON
STAND IN DOYLE CASE
A search for a number of letters
alleged to have been written by the
defendant to Mr4.. Edna Ferguson
Doyle when she was living ia Seattle
shortly after, ho had divorced her,
caused a delay in the trial of Joseph
A Doyle in the federal court this ait
ernoon. .One of the letters was pro
duced in .-court and read, but a tuoo
ough search . for the others tailed to
disclose their whereabouts.
; The attorney lor the deiense stren
uousiy objected to the reading of the
letter in court, declaring it to be ini
material A mild deoate, bet ween, the
attorney and Judge Clemoni ensue J,
following 'which the objections were
overruled. Tho letter was read and
appeared to contain nothing of
portance other than an invitation from
Doyle to his former wife to .visit Ho
nolulu, he stating; that he! would pay
all expenses. - Mrs. Margaret Fergu
son was called on-.the witness stand
gala this aiternoon anj examined by
both the prosecution and the defense
regarding the allegation . that, after
she and ker daughter., came Hono
lulu at v Doyle V request,.: they ; were
forced to sell some of ' their clothes
and . Jewels and ; borrow , in", order . to
obtain funds with which to return to
the mainland. Mrs. ..-Viola , Lukens
Poyle, another of the defendant's for
mer .wives, -also is being examined
this afternoon.-;
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BIG MARGIN BETWEEN
v highest: KUU LOWEST
: FAIrVJUILDlNG BID
: Hawaii's buUding at the San Frarir
ciscolexposition of next year; held the
limelight at the' meeting of ' the , Ha
waii fair commission this afternoon. A
number cf communications'relative to
the building, letting of the contract
for its erection and the breaking of
ground for the building, were read at
the meeting by Chairman H. P.: vyood.
C. W. Dickey, the architect who de
signed the Hawaii structure, wrote of
the opening of bids, reporting the fol
lowing tenders for the job: Lester H.
Stock. $29,500 secured the award;
boyd,;Keer & McLean, $30,000; Cald
well & Son, $30,897; Dunnavant-
Houghton-Van Sant, Inc., $31,880;
Fester Vogt, $31480; Peter Hamilton.
$32,000; Strehlow, Freeze & Peterson
$32,750; Lanse & Bergstrom, $35,311;
Prlngle-Dunn & Co., $35,447; J. O. Kuy
kendall. $35,916; W, Mutcb. $37,388;.
A. T. Spcnce, $37,500, and W. D. Hen-
dereon, $3875. - .
A. P. Taylor wrote, concerning-the
celebration ..at the 3 ground-breaking.
giving in detail the arrangements that
already , have been published in the
Star-Bulletin. , ;
. The more dignified a man is when
sober the bigger fool when full.
In conjunction with the British Elec
trical and Allied Manufacturers'. As
sociation fthe city cf Bradford is ar
ranging to hold an-, electrical exposi
tion in Bradford October 6 to 24. 1914.
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On Saturday thb 1st day of August, sit 12 o'clock noon
' V ':.' .'-''-v" I shall sell by ortler of John Mart-allino, ConimisiontT, 'r r
. . A LOT U)0x200 f(t. fronting on Kalakaua Avcihh and Ix'wis Koad,
J TWO HOUSEB THEIJEOX. One nous( i-ents for ?20.(M) per iiionth and the lar r for "-".$30.00. They are
in good condition. The whole of the veranda of the front main House is glassed in. (as, water ami electric lights
are all connected in thev Houses. ' IJath tnhs aiid sanitary pliimhing.
r The grounds are planted to several kinds of Hawaiian fruit trees. The hedges are Crotens. There are several
Trellises covered with I Jose bushes., Shady summer houses of old Han titM's. ' V e
" : THE WHOLE A PROPERTY WORTHY OF YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION'. ' .
The amount of the mortgage is $6,000.00. The p:ife Ifshairsi'H at is what you will bid. ee -me about it.
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4 SUPERVISORS
Mayor J. J. Fern followed up his an
nosncement of his candidacy for re-
election by launching last night his
campaign with a speech at the fourth
district municipal stables, where a
number of Democrats were assembled
to hear him. I le was accompanied
by Supervisors Lester, Petrie. Who. H.
McClellan, John Markham and E. H.
F. Wolter, all of whom announced
.their candidacy, for reelection.
In two instances these announce
ments came as a surprise. It has been
accepted as an established fact in
municipal circles for the last few
months that Markham would not run
again, His announcement, tnereiorc.
came as a surprise. . Wolter has hint
ed strongly In late weeks that he
would become a candidate for mayor,
but his announcement last night evt-
dently shows he has thought better
of this and will be out with the others
on the board for reelection.
Mayor Fern's speech last night
touched on both the political and the
road situations. For the problems of
both he offered a solution, the most
picturesque one being for tho roads.
He proposed to have the city aud roun-
tr divided Into 10 wards and Kide
the road money equally among these
wards.
On the delegate race he expounded
this theory:
If Kuhlo loses out in the primary.
his sunport will go over to McCand
less. If Rice loses out in the primary,
his support will go over to McCand
less. According to His Honor's the
ory. Mccandiess win win in enner
event .
In his own case he expressed mod
est confidence In , being able ': to get
enough votes at the primary to be de
clared elected.. . i . t
The fastest time in the Pacific is
reported being made by the new Em
press steamers In the Canadian Pa
cific service between Vancouver .and
Hongkong,: according to officers in
the Canadian-Australasian steamer
Makura that called at .Honolulu yes
terday on the voyage to Suva, Auck
land and Sydney. The three-funnelled
Empresses will cut the time from Van
couver to Manila to 17 days. The fast
est time on any transpacific schedule
before has been ,28 days from this side
to Manila. The Russia and the Asia
make the Pacific passage almost a
week faster than any other transoa
cific steamers. There Is no doubt that
the Canadian Pacific Manila trade will
be a rich one.
. The new transpacific schedule calls
for seven visits to Manila, the Philip
pine capital.1' -Both the Empress of
Asia and the Empress of Russia
smashed existing speed records In the
maiden, voyage .from the British Co
lumbian coast to Japan.
Before the advent of the larger ves
sels the Empress of China, India and
Japan were grated as . fast passenger
carriers.- ' : V . . : . : . . ' . ;.
HARBOR HS
General Freight Agent C. P. Morse
today received advices that the Amcri-1
can-Hawaiian' freighter Montanan with
more than 1000 tons of cargo for Hon
olulu and the Island ports, has sailed
from Seattle, The Montana Is the sec
ond steamer, in the Magellan service
to steam to the Islands with Xew .York
freight- .; ., . .
Sheriff Charles Rose, acting in the
capacity of . coroner, will today hold
an inquest over the death of Hama
taki, a Japanese laborer, at Pearl har
bor who. yesterday was fatally iniured
through a fall ifrom a scaffold adjoin
ing -a -new two-story building.- It is
stated that the man missed his .foot
ing and dropped to a distance of 30
feet, suffering internal injuries which
caused- his death at Queen's hospital
late vestprdav afternoon.
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ASK REELECTION
BIG EMPRESSES
CUT TH TO
MANILA
ers
We give our Personal Attention to All Daggage Order.
Jas. H. Love
Mother What are you cbiklicn do
ing? '
Bobbie Haying court.
-What part Is the cat taking?"
-Kittle killed a bird and now he fa
on trial for; his nine livesr Young
stone Telegram. J
Celluloid wings tor aeroplanes that
are said to be no transparent aj to
be Invisible 300 feet in the air hav?
been invrnted by a German engineer.
The French, ministry of marine Is
planning to recover about 10WO brass
cannon that were lost in a naval bat
tle in the English channel 222 years
asp.
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NEW TODAY
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. NOTICE OFLOST CERTIFICATE
t OF STOCK.
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Certificate o. 861, for two (2)
snares 01 me capuai siock or wuiuni
leiepnone company. Limited, nas
been lost or destroyed. ; All persons
are hereby warned against negotlat
irg or otherwisa dealing In said
Honolulu. T. H July 14. 1914.
Y. S. LAU.
5907-JuIy 16, 18, 21, 23.
ANNUAL MEETING XF THE HONO
LULU PACKING COMPANY, LTD.
By order of the president, notice is
hereby given that the postponed an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Honolulu Packing Company, Lim
ited, will be held on Monday, July 20.
1914, at 9 a. m., at its office at Iwilei
for the election of its officers, the
reception of annual reports, and the
consideration of any other business
that may properly come before the
meeting.
K. B. BARNES,
. Secretary.
Honolulu, T. Hi July 15, 1914. '
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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF
AND SALE UNDER CHATTEL
MORTGAGE.
Under and pursuant to the terms
of the certain chattel mortgage from
G. A. Bower to M. E. Silva, dated
October 16th. 1913, and recorded in
the office of the Registrar of Convey
ances of the Territory of Hawaii ia
liber 294, on pages 413-417, the un
dersigned. The von Hamm-Young Co.,.
Ltd., as assignee, has foreclosed said'
mortgage upon the ground following,!
to wit: default of the mortgagor in(
the payment of the notes for which'
said mortgage was given as security,
with interest thereon, at the time and j
tn the manner in- and . by said notei
provided ; and on Monday next, th?
20th day of July, A. D. 1914, at th?
hour of 10 O'clock In the. morning cfl
said day, at the salesroom of the . un-i
derslgned, on Young Hotel alley in the
rear of. the Alexander ; Young HoteL
Honolulu, City and Coynty of Honolu
lu, Territory of Hawaii, will expose
for sale the property, assigned to the
undersigned in and by said mort
gage, to wit: the certain "Model 30"
1912 Packard Touring Car No. 20745,
and will then and there sell and dis
pose of the same at public auction.
Dated at Honolulu, this 16th day of
July. A. D. 1914.
THE von HAMM-YOUNG CO.,Ltd.
By GEO. W. FARR,
Its Treasurer,, Assignee
5907-July 16, 17. 18.:
One Week,. Beginning Saturday,
Motion Picture Show.
POPULARTMEDATER
The Phenomona! Child Performer,
v-i ALSO ; ::;-X,. "X'X
Pharos
; The Wonderful Illusionist
Five Especially Selected Films Never Shown Previously In Honolulu
TWO SHOWS EACH EVENING
Children's Matinees Saturday and Wednesday.
Saturday Evenings, special Music by our Premier Quintette.
PRICES 15c and 25c. Children (Balcony) 10c
Opp
bsite Sunny South
O.A STEVEN, Auctioneer
MONGOLIA
CITY TRANSFER CO. Phone 1291
Our
Get Ac
YOU ARE ASKED TO JOIN IT
AND GET ACQUAINTED
WITH Orii METHODS OF
DOING BUSINESS.
YES! WE HAVE A GKI";
ITS A HEARTY AND TIKM
CLASP OF THE HAND-A
FIRM HANDSHAKE.
YES! WE HAVE A PASS
WORD. TOO ITS "HOW ARE
YOU?
1)0 YOU WEAR MODEL
CLOTHES?"
THIS SOCIETY IS FORMED
FOR BUSINESS REASONS
TO INTRODUCE OUR
and
0y
Suits
WE WAGER THAT IN HONO
LULU THERE CAN BE
FOUND SCORES OF PEOPLE
WHO DO NOT KNOW THE
NAME OF THEIR NEXT
DOOR NEIGHBOR LOTS OF
BUSINESSMEN WHO DO NOT
KNOW 50 PER CENT OF
THEIR CUSTOMERS BY
THEIR LAST NAME: IN LAR
GER CITIES THI3 PERCENT
AGE INCREASES.
WELL. WE WANT TO KNOW
YOU AT THE '.' i
AND WANT YOU TO KNOW
ITS. DROP IN AND GIVE
THE GRIP AT
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A aRussian has invented a floating
storejiouse for fuel and other naval
suppties which can-be sunk out of
sight In the sea at the approach of a
foe. . ."
After many tests an Internal com
bustion locomotive, using ; crude oij
fuel, is proving satisfactory In Ger
many, frequently attaining a speed of
60 miles an hour. -
July 18th. : Special Vaudeville and
Return of the Favorite
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f,
quainted
Society
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